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gVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, JULY 22, 1901.
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MONDAY JULY 22, 1901.
What little public work Superlnten-
.Ian, tlnf.l la uMa In tin tn fhlMU tlrv
financial times Is finished up In a first
class manner wnicn ucmunsumvn uu-
wifft niiDiMnn ttiA ntnoHnr capabilities
ot Mr. Boyd. It Is to be hoped that af
ter a vacation of a few weeks the
Executive and legislative departments
will have become sufficiently calmed to
warrant the possibility that bonds and
retenue may be autborlted In order to
pte the Public Works department free
The agreement between Republicans
and Independents of the Legislature to
ptts the unpaid bills presented by the
Acting Governor Is n sensible conclu
s-ion and satisfactory settlement of a
most unfortunate situation. It is ap
parent that neither the I.cglslatutc nov
Acting Governor arc In a framo of
mind to turn out a competent bond
measure. Klnleh up the approprlv
tlons and go home. Give tbo Actlrm
Governor an opportunity to show how
t. Government can be run on an empty
treasurer, and It may be experience
will drum a little business sense Into
the mind of the Chief Executive.
Delegate Wilcox will have a difficult
task obtaining serious recognition for
Hawaiian statehood in Congress until
the citizens o'n this end of the line
demonstrate a more settled state of
mind. The necessity for more thorough
ful and conservative action is as much
a part of the duty of executive officers
as It Is of the popular representatives.
It Is to be hoped that the warfare of
the legislative session has served the
good purpose ot having exhausted the
superabundance of contention that hat
characterized Hawaii for many years.
It should convince the Chief Executive
that Its sweet will must bo subservient
to the mandates of the people, and
teach legislative members that tht
Executive has a power worthy of con
sideration when wielded by falrmlndcd
Director Smith ot the Federal Ex
periment Station is having a taste of
the experience through which bis de
partment passed la Its early days on
the Mainland. Mossbacka from back
towns and intelligent men who ought
to know better charge that the the
ories of agricultural scientists were
nonsense, that the government was
wasting its money, that the farmers
had discovered all there was to b
learned regarding soils and best meth
ods of production. As the agricultural
department of the Mainland has risen
triumphant over the strenuous endea
vors to cry It down so the operations
of the Hawaiian station will upset the
foolish predictions of local citizens. It
IS safe to say that before many month!
have elapsed even Tantalus heights
will be found capable ot producing
something more valuable than forest
trees without reducing the rain majflug
On the basis that misery loves com
pany Hawaii may find a source ot
gratification in the report on tho sugar
product of the Philippines made by
Warner, Barnes & Co. of Manila. In
a recent letter to a Hongkong agency
this firm says:
"Estimates of next season's crop, wo
I egret to say, have been adversely
modified, and yield Is now reckoned
at from 1,200,00 plculs (75,000 tons)
to 1,500,00 plculs (93,750 tons). 1.0
ciibts have done some harm, and will
no doubt do more, but the chief danger
that threatens the crop lies In tho
scarcity of field buffaloes (Carabaog),
eplzootla having played serious havoc
among them all over the Islands. With
out plenty of theso animals. It Ib Im
possible to raise abundant crud In
these Islands, and unless the Govern
ment deem It a matter of political
economy to step in and aid In tho Im
portation of field and traction animals
trom other countries. It will tnko a
long time to revive the agricultural
Industry, especially sugar."
SECRETARY WILSON TALK6.
(Iowa State Register.
Walter Wellman, tbo Washington
newspaper correspondent, has found
one man In official life at the capital
city who has no fears of a tariff war
against tho United States, and that
man Is "Tama Jim" Wilson of Iowa,
the Secretary of tho Department ot
Agriculture. Mr. Wilson says: "Give
the United States a little time, and this
country, with Its Insular possessions,
win ue raising ana producing every'
thing needed by our people, and if a
commercial war must come we shall
be bo strong that all the nations of the
world can not beat us down." Mr. WH
son points out the remarkable fact that
we purchase only half as much agri
cultural produce as we sell, in isuo,
tor Instance, we purchased but S420-
000,000 worth of foreign produce while
wo sold them (844,000,000 worth. Tho
principal commodity we purchase from
other nations Is sugar, and as soon ns
the people of Iowa and the other
States in the sugar beet belt learn to
appreciate their resources we suall
need no moro of the foreign sugar,
Mr, Wilson sas tho experiments in
raising tea In Summervllle, South
Carolina, have been more than satis
factory, and tho two tons produced
there last yenr were of such a high
quality that a syndicate was Immedi
ately formed, and C000 acres of land
purchased for the establishment ot a
great tea farm, lie believes tnat u is
a question of a short time when we
shall bo raising nit the tea required
by the- American trade. Three years
ago the department began experiments
with rice, the country at tnat lime
producing but 23 per cent of the rlco
required by the American trade. Now
American rice Is the best on the mar
ket and next year there will be enough
to supply the home demand. Coffee,
rubber .silk and everything else Is be
ing looked after and Mr. Wilson sums
up by saying: "There Is no doubt that
this country, wllhln a ery few months
will be In a position to ignore every
other nation on the globe. We will
produce within our own country every
thing that goes on our table and upon
N FtDERAl COURT
In the Federal Court this morning
the various sailors and ships' officers
lately arrested for violating United
States laws were arraigned berors
F. Hanson, C. Reed, H. Forst and
R. Schrooder, the four sailors who re
fused to assist in extinguishing the C.
D. Dryant fire were arraigned, but had
no counsel. They were allowed until
Thursday to procure legal assistance.
Robert M. Tapley, master and Pat
rick McCarthy, second mate of the bark
fit. James charged with assaulting sea
men on the high seas, were represented
by Thos. Fitch, who was given until
10 o'clock tomorrow to plead. George
A. Baker, master, Charles McDonald,
first mate and Andrew Kernes, second
mate of the Emily Reed will also plead
at the same hour by the same attorney.
Albert Wallace, captain and Charles
Albert, second mate of the Sea King,
were represented by W, A. Kinney and
were given until Thursday morning to
A recess was taken until 1 o'clock
at which time Judge Estee stated be
would render a decision In the case
of Kut Yong, the Chinese woman, de
tained for deportation.
PROUD OF CHILLINGWORTH.
Walluku, July 20. Deputy High
Sheriff Chllllngworth landed at La-
halna from Honolulu the other day,
and on Thursday, came over to Wal
luku with Sheriff Baldwin. Walluku
is the home of the young and energetic
deputy high sheriff, and Walluku is
Justly proud ot the brilliant record
that he has made. Chllllngworth was
present at a liiau given that after
noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. IS.
Lyons where he met most of tho ac
quaintances of his youth. The only
regret Is that he returns to Honolulu
this evening, and the proposed progrum
of feasting him every day next week
has been abandoned,
Coroner's Jury Verdict.
The Coroner's Jury In the case of Ka
(una, the native who died while fishing
near Pearl Harbor Saturday forenoon
met In the office of the Deputy High
Sheriff this forenoon. 'Ihe verdict was
death from acute congestion ot the
lungs caused by the Irritating effect of
the presence of salt water In the lungs.
This shows conclusively that while
the fit ot coughing was on, as testified
to by the companion ot the deceased,
Kaluna'a head was deep enough in the
water In the bottom ot the boat to
Some time ago a well-known San
Francisco attorney, who prldea himself
upon his handling of Chinese witness.
was defending a railway damage cue.
Instead of following the usual ques
tions as to name, residence. If the na
ture of an bath were understood, etc..
"What's your name?"
"You live In San Fraaelico!"
"You sabe Oodr
"Mr. Attorney, If you mean 'Dol un
derstand the entity of our Creator?' I
will Bltnply say that Thursday evening
next I shall address the State Mini
terlal Association on the subject of the
'Divinity of Christ.' and shall be
pleased to have you attend."
Needless to say, a general roar ot
laughter swept over the courtroom at
this clever rally, and It was some min
utes, much to the discomfiture of the
lawyer for the defense, before order
was restored and the examination pro
ceeded upon ordinary lines. Argonaut.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Financial and Real Estate Agent.
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MAUI ATHLETES NEW
Baseball Game Between Ulupalakua
and Wailuku Teams Good
Crowd Present to Witness
Walluku, Juj,20. The first game
played on the new grounds ot the Maul
Athletic Association was played at
Walluku last Sunday, the 14th between
the Ulupalakua and Walluku nines, A
large area 01 once irniie cane tauu
was cleared off and ground rolled over
with the steam roller.
The Maul Athletic Association Intend
Improving Wells park, lor this recrea
tion ground has been named after the
donor ot the ground Manager C. B.
There was quite a large gathering
present to watch the opening ot the
grounds by the two contending teams.
The game lasted two hours and a half.
The Waltukuans won; score, 23 to 18.
Geo. Cummlngs of the home team made
the most brilliant play of the after
noon. He made a running catch from
third and caught the ball forty-live feet
from home plate.
The Oswego Times says a little girl
In Ireland was asked what was the
sacrament of matrimony. She said:
"It'es a state ot torment Into which
souls enter to prepare them for another
and a better world." "That," said the
curate, "Is purgatory. Put her down to
the bottom of tho class." "Leave her
alone," said the parish priest. "Kor
anything you or I know to the con
trary, she mar be perfectly right."
Henry R. Worthington
aid Fort Streets.
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Afaiiistraters' Netice ef Sale.
The undersigned, M. A. Gonsalres,
Administrator of the Estate ot A. C
Pestano, Deceased, by ylrtut' ot an
order gUeo and made by the Honor
able A. 8. Humphreys. First Judge of
the Circuit Court of the First Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, granting leaie
10 sen ueai taiaie, nereoy gires no
tice .that ha will expose for sale at
Publlo Auction at the salesroom of
James Ft Morgan, No. 05 Quoen Street,
Honolulu, Island ot Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, on the 24th day ot July, A. D.
1901, at 12 o'clock noon, all that piece
or parcel of land In Honolulu afore
said, popularly described as;
That certain lot or parcel of land
bounded znauka by home ot John
Ouderklrk, Walklkl by property ot W.
II. Hoogs, makal, by Enos Lane and
Ewa by Maklkl Street, lying opposlto
to property of W. Llshman and XL
Llshman, and particularly described as
That certain piece of land at Ma
klkl, Kona, Oahu, being a part of that
land described In It. P. No. C033 con
veyed to Manoel Enos from Walter It.
Seal by deed d-ted 27th ot June, 1881,
and recorded in Liber 71 on pages 69
and GO, the same being 120 feet deep
and bounded mauka by Manuel Enos'
homestead lot and makal by Enos'
Said Sale being subject to the con
firmation ot the Court
Upset price Five Thousand (5i000)
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Deed at the expense ot the purchaser.
For further Information apply to the
undersigned administrator, or at office
of said James F, Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu, July Stb. 1901.
M. A. QONSALVES,
Administrator of the Estate ot A. C,
ffARTIS DESIRING TO'PURCHASE
California Bred , f
Horses and Mules
can do so by applying
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Have horses on hand to suit any and all
R. W. JONES, Manager.
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