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T. II., by the
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lulu as second-claes matter.
Per month, anywhero In U. S....I .75
Per year, anywhero In U. 8.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, fo-elgn 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance
Post Ofllce Dox 718
,t.. JULY 20, 1901,
All Is not lost. The Public Works
department has discovered the where
withal to carry on Improtcmcnts ou
The Treasurer of the Territory can
now heartily smnnthlic with tho
man who loaded up on asessablo
stocks. Money must be paid and tho
banks vlll accept only preferred securi
ties. Having failed to accomplish any
thing tluough Us Executhe and Legls
lature, what Hawaii needs now Is n
conjuror like llryan who can make two
dollars from one of tho old st)l. On
this basis the country might see Its
way out on Its present Income.
Artlne Oocriior Cooper Is quoted
by the offlctal organ as salng there Is
n "good chance" of the President ap
proving the Hepubllc of Hawaii bond
scheme. Capable and conseratlo
business men don't bank on "chances"
especially when conducting financial
affairs for the people.
Tho Acting Governor realizing that
the Tcdcral departments are tired of
Ills blockading tactics and foolish park
Ideas conjured up to create additional
stumbling blocks, now plajs the bet
ter part of alor. How much raoro ac
icptablo It would hae been to tha
Territory and all concerned had the
Chief Executive followed the straight
forward plan In tho llru place.
What a politic Chief ExecutUe wo
hae! I'lrst the Chief Execute o
charges the Lcglsalture as a whole
with being bribe takers and corrup
t'imlsts. Now the Chief ExccutUc an
nounces that to call this U-glsalttire In
hcsslon would be a public calamity.
With the present Executive In control
we are Inclined to believe hlw last
statement Is correct. But the Chief
Executive seems to forget Tuat this
Legislature Is the only material he has
to do business with, and the foolish
utterances of tho Legislature have done
no more to widen the breach between
these branches of the government than
the foolish public statements of the
Outsldo the payment of debts con
tracted by the departments there are
no party lines drawn within the Legls
taure In regard to the proposals of tha
Acting Governor. The legislature,
Ilepublicans and Home Rulers, are
practically a unit In opposition to the
bond proposal of the Governor which
Is the sourco of contention that causes
the present blockade. The Home Rul
ers lacking confidence tn the good In
tention of the Executive seem to think
that tho Governor is endeavoring to
play some trick on them henco their
refusal to consider favorably any prop.
osltlon, however sensible, that he may
offer. This fear was within the power
of the Chief Executive to allay had he
the good sense to confer with party
leaders of tho Legislature.
The legislative blockade, with the
majority party, that marked tho close
of tho regular session, now becomes, at
the close of the extra session a block'
ado with the Lcglsalture as a whole.
The Chief Executive is at loggerheads
with his own party, all on account
of bis refusal to give pioper consider
ation to the vote of his party as record
ed In the Senate and tho conference
It Is supposed that both the Execu
tive and Legislature had reached tho
point where they vvero willing to
respect to a reasonable extent the busi
ness interests of the Territory. This
last move of tho Acting Governor Indi
cates that this supposition was 111
J. A. Magoon, guardian of Kalua
Kapuklnl, a spendthrift, has filed an
answer to tho petition of his ward
which asks for his removal, Tho ans
wer alleges that the estate Is small and
composed chiefly of lands which If
prudently managed would yield a suffi
cient Income to support the petitioner.
Respondent avers that his accounts
filed In court will show that be has
paid petitioner more than she was en
titled to receive out of the estate.
Guardian states that If petitioner')! re
quest Is granted, It will be only a short
time before fehe will reduce herself to
poverty and want.
Another ejectment suit has een filed
in tho Circuit Court. Emma M. Na-
kulna complains against John Kldwell,
it. i that, he unjustly and contrary to law
lias converted to bis own use certain
parcels of property situated at Wallele,
A temperance drink that resembles
champagne Is compounded as follows:
Taek a good sized lemon, nn ounco o
ginger root, a pound and a halt of
whlto sugar, one ounce of tartaric acid,
one gill of yeast, and two and a halt
gallons of water. Bruise tho ginger,
slice tho lemons, pour boiling water
over them, and when It has cooled to
lukewarmness add tho yeast and let It
stand tn tho sun all day. In the even
ing put It Into bottles and cork tight
It may bo used In a couple of days,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
PROF. K0EBELE WANTS
HUNTERS TO GO HUNTING
Says Vegetation 0we3 Its Disappear
ance to These Ravenous Dwell
ers Among ClifiVof Waia-.
Prof. Koebele, the Indefatigable and
popular entomologist, Is In favor Of
the organization of rifle clubs among
the lovers of gqud sport In Honolulu
for tho purpose of exterminating the
mountain goats which, he says, are
dcstrojlng all kinds of vegetation In
the heights of the Walanae mountains.
He blames the goat for the disappear
ance of the luxurious tropical forest',
which once clothed these high hills.
He blimps the goat for the absence
of graes and shrubs and every living
thing of green. These goats nte the
bark from tho forest trees and the
trees died. They ate the shrubbery
and they piw out the grais roots with
their sharp hoofs.
Prof. Koebele has Just returned
from a bug hunting expedition of a
week. He went with Prof. Perkins.
and together they explored the woods
and heights of Walanae. The gimoy
will cattle and wilder boars were In
evidence ns usual and plenty of gool
shooting was on every hand. He was
especially Improved with the numer
ous mountain tgoats and the mischief
they are doing to the vegetation at
tho higher levels.
This led him to suggest that' the
lovers of the field and the gun In Ho
nolulu should revive their energies
nnd'go gunning for goats. "In Swlt
crland." said he, "there Is no more
popular and thrilling sport than hunt
ing the mountain sheep In the high
pascs. It requires a daring nnd ad
venturous spirit and no little energy."
Goat hunters, headed for Walanae,
should get off the train at Wnlnnae
station nnd go prepared to fight tb!lr
way through untralled tropical for
Col. French, the Salvation Army
leader, was given a fine reception last
evening by the members of the nrmy at
the headquarters. Flags of every na
tlonallty ornamented the walls, and a
banner of welcome was placed above
tho platform. A welcoming speech was
made by .Major Wood. Col. French and
Major Harris made Interesting and
Tonight tho public has been Invited
to attend a reception at the army hall
In honor of the Colonel. The meeting
vvlll be preceded by an open air demon
strntlon on tho streets. At tho hall
short addresses will bo made by repre
sentatives of tho different denomlna
The meetings tomorrow are to be n
follows: Sunrise prayer meeting at 7
a. m., which will be led by Major
Wood. The open-air service on the old
(lshmarkct wharf for the benefit of tho
sailors, at 10 a. m., will be In charge of
Major Harris. At 11 a. m. the Colonel
will preach In tho M. E. church, hl
subject being "The Religion for the
Twentieth Century." The service In
the Jail, at 12:30, will bo led by Cap
tain Burgess. -The Sunday school
meeting, at 2:30 p. m. will be-reviewed
by Major Harris, who Is tho Army's
Young People's secretary. In the
evening, after an open-air at the corner
of Fort and Hotel streets, the Colonel
will speak in the Army hall, at 8 p. m.
on "The Great Crisis."
Anxious Daughter Papa, dear, you
must not worry because Harold Is
going to marry me and tako mo from
Fond Parent No, daughter; a llttl
thing like that Isn't going to worry
me; but if ho ever does anything that
will cause you to come back to me
again, I'll certainly do him bodily In
Jury. Chicago News.
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
g. .f. .
Agent to Grant Marriage LIconses.
Financial and Real Estate Agent
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. II.
TEL MAIN 115. P. O. BOX 412.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
4 KONA LIVERY
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIEXRIQTJES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tho Volcano or tho Mountains,
An excellent chance Ib offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookeno, where the steamer Is met
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
DIAMOND BEAD GASOLINE
In specially coated tins and heavy
cases to prevent leakage : : :
Simple, now on
An Invoke to .rrlv. on tht
A Full Line of Dixon's
. One Style Out of Many
of a new line of
Stylish, roomy and 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 f
KING and SOUTH STS-
I Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and
Vehicles of all sorts made to order. : : :
T ill V Ja WHsy f h9'uglBM
CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND
TRIMMINGS ; a full stock always on band
Carriage Repairing, Black-
smithing, Painting, Sign
. ' Writing, Etc., Etc. ; ; ;
KING AND SOUTH
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
, General Business Agent.
Office. Mclntmy Block next to C. I, Falk.
"MUANU" now du..
OY8TER AND CHOP HOUSE.
j OPEN NIGHT AND DA.
Lunch nnd Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, Mir Nuutau, nut toot la ftUt
Rjrin't "Eicon" iliS-ia
and every other kind from any cause
and Including neuralgia, In 20 min
utes. Don't fool with a headache
It wastes time and nerve strength.
Buy box and be prepared.
Contain no harmful substances of
any kind. They are positively help
ful to nerves and system. Sold
by all druggists at 10c. and 25c. a box
(four times as many In tho 25c. box.)
The genuine put up
In tablet form only.
Avoid powders put up In
cachets (made of pasts)
because such covers
warp open, spoiling the
cowder and when damn
are wormy. Cessler's
Magic Headache Wafers
are guaranteed to cure
or return partly used
box 10 druggist
and he will re
Mai GtilUr, ,
Chinese and Japanfsa Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
9 O, Boxgti. TEL WHITS 911
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. JUlBlfW.
GBNERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
ftaporarr OSkai Rosa f gtltatn SprKktlt btlll
I Tl. ;4
Ladles skirts cttanei Goth In
cleaniJ, dyed ml repaired.
Suits madt to o'der.
Fit euaranitfd, Loatstprlct
Fort Stmt, ntar Kukul, and
Prlcts Cltan'at oat suit. 7jC.
i66q-iw Dvlnr u f n t
Henry R. Worthington
Corner Queen -
and Fort Streets.
TEL.. MAIN 108.
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
W. H. THONE, Proprietor:
Bon-Ton Ice Cream Parlors
CORNfcR UNION AND HOTEL
ONLY CALIFORNIA CANDIES SOLD.
Pacific Heiehts Electric Railway.
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Commencing today (June i$th all the
cars on Pacific Heights Electric Railway
will start from Nuuanu Avenue Station
connecting witn all rtamways Cars.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN i
R. W. Sharp, formerly In my employ, Is
iiu iunc! luuiiciicu wiiii me, mm is nor
auinonzea 10 collect my accounts. S
Decker has been appolntej In Ills place.
igQHW W. W. WRIGHT.
Durlne my absence from the Terrltity
of Hawaii, (have appointed W; Wright
and J. T. Wright my attorneyln-facts.
!8qj-iw W. W. WRIGHT.
rchltects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
ITAKQENWAIU BIO ,
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O Box 16a
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. Deardslee. P. O. Box 778
BBARD6LEE b PAGE
Architects & Bulldem
Ofllce, Rooms 2-4, 'Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Nctlce. 1111
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or ofllce at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
to suit everv
taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ISTIMATES rUBNISHED OK All KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
, ,,.,L1. KAWAIAHAOSTmKEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. 6. Box w.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : ,:
Pl.ns md tttlmitti lurnlihed lor all cUimi ot
t- Conu.ctlBf work,
ROOM joo, BOSTON BLOCK, . HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
CoBpl'JfromCovernnirtSurvti tnl Chiru.
Mip. of Suor PLnutlunt, k.llw.ji, ,n4 Other
Rell.bl. Sourc.t. thb map is ,8,u cutl
IU .nunc colcrlriei.nl neat mounting., mak
In . vry useful a. well at ornamental wall man
Vi'W THB MAl l$ " " Com'. c!S
fceottilnid from '"' "
JAS. T TAYLOR
P 0l ""WiwtiWii'JiU'i H:sill T. H.
caouiuuiu iroaW oiHb . u
Improved and modern SL'GAIl MA
CHINERY Of OVerv rnnnoll.. j j.
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler worlt
" "naajiu rii-iis ror Irrigation
purposes a sDecialtv p..h.i.. ...
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