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EVFXim- BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. TUESDAY. JULY 1C. 1901.
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at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
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TUESDAY JULY 16, 1001.
It Is the privilege of the Acting Gov
ernor to cto the appropriation bill If
lie wants to but If he allows hlms1f to
commit such a foolish act he w Hi enow
how little he appreciates the teiiii-t-r (it
the voters and mora especially the
The voters of Hawaii who fly into a
rage every time their policy regarding
the disposition of public lauds Is inks
tloned will do well to note that even
the President's order'opcnlng up Oklt-
ltoma lands to settlors Is to bu con
tested. These lands have been scinr
i'il from the Indians. Immediately tlm
President's order wns Issued an li
Junction was requested to precnt the
disposal of the lauds on the grounds
that the lands of the Indians aro Il
legally and unconstitutionally wrutril
from them against their wlihca. Wj
have yet to note tlut the olllchl or-
sans of the President, have followed
the example of Hawaii's organs and
relegated to eternal political damna
tion all citizens who oppose or differ
Kith the Chief Executive.
The official organ this morning
makes the announcement that the Act
ing Governor has requested of the
President nn opinion on whether the
bonds authorized by tliu Republic can
bo used by the Territory.
The conference committee nt its
Monday session refused to accept the.
following amendment to the Appropri
The Items In this bill trans
ferred from "Loan Appropriations"
and "Appropriations of fund of
$7119,000, etc.," us submitted by the
Governor In ms message to the
first Legislature of this Territory
may be re-Incorporated In Loan
Appropriations should a Loan Act
become law before the expiration of
the biennial pctlod for which tlfose
appropilatlons arc made In that
event the appropriations herein for
Items to transferred shall lapse.
If anything further were needed to
demonstrate the lack of capacity or
desire of the Chief Executive to co
operate with the legislative olllcern,
this ought to prove sufficient.
The Bulletin does not believe the
ay so of the President or the Federal
Attorney General would strengthen
the alue of these bonds in the marKe
any more than the opinion of tile Gov.
crnor and a "biased" Attorney General
of the Territory. Taking, however, the
Acting Governor's view of the matter,
the amendment proposed was just what
he required to carry out his plan to
make, possible loan funds available and
thus forestall a special session to pro
vide bonds and teventie. Without this
llder to the appropriation bill the ne
cessity of a special sesflou Is without
the possibility of a doubt, and that
through the negligence of the Chlcl
Executive or his pompous Idea that the
Legislature Is not worth a second
thought. None of tho legislative mem
bers nor members of his party had
any knowledge of the Acting Gover
nor's plans or what sort of a scheme
he was trying to work out.
Tho Acting Governor's letter to tho
President was written some weeks ago
ax he anticipated a reply by tho Doric
rnall. Why has he coddled this mow
to his breast until the last, but .one,
day of the extra session?
Secretary Meheula cf the' House was
niillml nrtit hnntpil nVr ihn ertflln be
tween two opposing factions This morn
ing. The whole trouble nrose over n
resolution of Kakaula's giving the
clerk 30 days cxtrao time to complete
the business of the House. Tho resolu
tion was ns follows: t
Do It resolved, that the clerk o'f tho
House be given thirty days after the
adjournment of the Legislature ten the
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tumi'ii'iuiu ui liis uuuvB.
And be It further resolved that the
clerk be given the custody of tho hall
furniture and writing materials of this
House, to be by him turned over to the
proper authorities for their safe keep
ing for tho sole use of further sessions
of the Legislature.
J. K. KEKAULA,..,
Dickey begnn the assault on Meheu
la. He thought that ten days would
bo an ample sufficiency In which to
complete the work.
Hoogs thought that while ten days
might be enough, still the clerk ought
to have a Bhort salaried vacation be
fore he retired to the Isolation of pri
vate life, so he moved that he be al
lowed twenty days.
Bmmeluth wns 'desirous of giving
tho clerk the unexpended balance of
the appropriation and calling It
square. He wanted to hear what
Meheula had to say for himself.
With much hesitation and clearing
of tho throat, Meheula suddenly started
out for better or for worse.
"I have made a contract," he began,
slowly, "with the Bulletin Publishing
Company to have the Journal finished
twenty days after the closing of this
session. After 1 receive them I will
have the distribution of the Journal to
attend to, which 1 calculate will take
ten days additional. Thirty days I
think will be sufficient (or the remain
ing work yet to be done."
Etumcluth next precplpltnted him
self Into the breach. ' I hardly nee," he
began, "why It Is necessary to tako an
other thirty days for the extra work.
Thcro has been no extra work to do
In these sessions, but keep an accurate
account of every, day's proceedings. I
think Hint at $fVp?r diem a man ought
to have his work light up to time.
think that too much time Is being
asked, and desire to be excused from
voting one way or the other on this
"If the honorable gentleman U
nfiald," Makekau Interjected, "we will
After numerous other amendments
and motions the resolution was adopt
ed In Its original form.
Hoogs then suggested that the House
go out and play ball to sea If they could
not do that better than they had tilav
ed at law.
Prendergast wanted a committee of
threo appointed to wait "on the Gover
nor and Inform him that the Legisla
ture was ready to start homeward
The committee aupolnted Is Prender
gast, Kumalae and Aylett.
Hoogs on behalf of Monsarrat moved
that the House adjourn and din.
The first part of his motion carried
it 11:30 o'clock.
SHAMROCK II. FASTER.
Ilothesay, Plrth of Clyde, July 9.
In the first five miles of the racing trial
between the Shamrocks .thbH-uiornlng
both yachts apparently sailing for all
they wero worth, the challenger beat
the Shamrock I quite a half mile. The
boats started to wludward wl'.h u
steady, gradually, strengthening
breeze, about sufficient to cover the
American cup course. Tho challenger
had Just come out off dock, where her
hull was cleaned, and bhe showed Im
mensely Improved farm, outsailing the
Shamrock 1 on every tack. She led the
latter by half a mile off little Cumbr.ie,
Ave miles from the staiL
Policy In Hawaii
, Some time ago, Jared Smith wrote to
Dr. A. C. True, director of the office
of Experiment Station? nt Washing
ton, suggesting that before certain
crops should be recommended or en
couraged here, It ought to be first
shown that a good market for tho same
existed and tdTild be depended on for
Dr. True replies, stating that It Is
not the policy of Secretary Wilson to
pursue such u course. Ho wants the
station hero to pay particular atten
tion to the matters that will help the
owners of small land holdings to pro
duce their own supplies. This Includes
garden and field crops and tho dairy
business. Mr. Smith Is nlso directed to
tuiouragu In cveiy way possible the
production of loffees and spices.
White Will Resign.
Berlin, July 9. Although the United
States Embassador, Ar.drowjD. "White,
who recently denied to the correspon
dent of tho Associated Press that ho In
tends to resign, tho conespondent now
leains from a close personal friend of
Mr. White that ho will resign next
year upon leaching his seventieth
Members and friends of tho Y. W. C,
A. are Invited to drop In very Infor
mally to afternoon ten In tho new
rooms, HO am! 411 Boston building
from 3 till C Wednesday nftcrnoon.
Mrs, E, W. Jordan, Mr3. Henry Water
house, Mrs. 1). l Dillingham, Mrs, Ar.
thur Wood and Mrs. II. C. Brown will
greet tho guestB. A hearty Invitation
In given to all ladles.
The new tnilff for the Philippines
has been completed and will soon be
forwarded to Governor Taft.
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Financial and Heal Estate Agent.
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. H.
TEL MAIN 115. P. O. BOX 412.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
x SOLE AGENTS FOR
DIAMOND BEAD GASOLINE
In specially coated tins and heavy
cases to prevent leakage : t :
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
MAIN 100. '
WILKE PORCELAIN REFRIGERATORS
Samples now on exhibition.
An Invoice to arrive on the "NUtfAMJ" now due.
A Full Line of Dixon's Graphite Products.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HEXKIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tho Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. Mauna Loa
n( Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookcna, where tho steamer Is met
314 FORT ST.,
XX Has 'tho Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUIUOS
In the City.
FRCSII HOMI3-MADK POI ON TUES
DAYS AND VIlinAYS.
F. W. Thrum,
ROOM -100. BOSTOX BLOCK.
One Style Out of Many
" L-J MvvLff B'KWP"Kttcfcv A
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect
rically Driven Pumps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters.
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all services
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
HOFFMANN. J-i RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Box lo
Geo. V. Page. lei. 229
F. W. Beardslce. P. O. Box 778
BBARD8k.EE tt PAGE
Irchitecte & Builder
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H. ,
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS."
Jealors in Lumber and Goal,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
of a new line of
Stylish, roomy anil comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN 20S. P. O. BOX 664
W. W. WRIGHT
Spacious New Quarters
at the junction of
KING and SOUTH STS
Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and.
Vehicles of all sorts made to order. : : : :
For the Convenience of the Patrons
of the MOANA HOTEL,
busses will leave regularly to
ana from the city, as follows:
From corner King
and Fort Sts.
8:00 a m
8:45 1 m
4:00 p m
4:30 p m
From Moana Hotel
8:00 a m
8:30 a m
9:30 a m
4:45 P m
1 rVjr. n m
P NTRACTOR ND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
fl. F. BBRTELMA1V8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King Btrect. Orders left nt either shop
or omce at John Xott's store, King
street, will rccelvo prompt attention,
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
6:4$ p m
Commutation ticket mav be purchased
at the Hotel Office;
E. H. CARD, -
Manager of Moana Hotel.
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered free to any patt ot
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and jElectric Co.
TEL. BLUE 3151
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and '
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. Bootr.
TEL whim aii
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, Mu.tM.
' GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
fwi.or.ry One: Rom t nr.tati 5prack.lt balli .
if. T.I, v..
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND
TRIMMINGS ; a full stock always on hand
Carriage Repairing, Black-
smithing, Painting, Sign
Writing, Etc., Etc. : ; :
KING AND SOUTH
John A. Ha8singer
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent.
Office, Mclnerny Block next to C. I. Falk.
(FORnrniY tjib eatt)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS KKOM G:30
A. M. TO 11 1. M. EUItOPEAN
THE NEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
1 Will handle the new
Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLESOME DRINK.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular ENCORE
SALOON, NUUANU AND HOTUL STS,
Where the Beer is on Draught To-day
Corns removed painlessly.
Ingrowing toe-nails treated
successfully. : : : : ; : :
. HOTEL STREET.
BILLY LUNOGBEN, Proprietor,
HOTEL STREET, neir Nuuanu, not door to fidly
Ryan'i "Encort" iKil-im
A CURE FOR PUUPUU FEfER
nJ other (kin disease! tn Horses,
Cattle and Dogs, Surtdeattito
Ticks and Flees. On sale at the
CITY RE13D STORE
Price jo cents rer bottle or fa co rer cation.
Pacific Heights Electric Railway.
Csmmenclng today (June sstIO all the
cars on Pacific Heights Electric Hallway
will start from Nuuanu Avenue btatlon
connecting wltn all I tamways Cars.
Tho Evening Uullctln, 73 cents per
Ladltt tklrts clttntJ. Clothing
cltaniej, d)eJ anA repair.
Suits madt to o'itr.
fit guiuntttct. Lotfttp lc.
Fori Strwt, near Kukul, and
tsaar OrptMuea Tneatef .
,, . Prices: Cleantaf one ault. tjc.
l6to-e Dv.lnc sull J. .,
to suit everv
taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
rjTIMAIES FuaNISHID ON All KINDS Of
Brick and 6tone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
, . ...L. KAWAIAHAOST..KEWALO,
Tel. White mt P. O. Box j.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plans and estimates' furnished lor all classes' ot
. t-ueiraciing; worK.
ROOM joo. BOSTON nLOCK. . HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
Compiled I lrom(iovernnntSurte)i and Charts,
Maos of Suaar Plantations. Railways, and Other
KellaHe Sources, tub map is jSxjs sche,
lth artistic colcrlngs and neat mountings, mak
Ine a very useful as well ns ornamenul wall ma?
tub raici of thb MAI- is Jio oo, Copies can
be obtain, d from
J.AS. T. TAYLOR.
P. O. iloi too it Judd Huildlnir. Ilenolutut T. It
r HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.. LTH
Honolulu Iron Works Go
Improved and modern SUGAR M.V
CI11NKUY of every capacity and de
ncrlptlon made to order. Holler woil:
and ItrVETKD PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular ntten
Hon paid to JOB WOItK, nnd repalts
executed at shortest notice.