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EVENMNCI BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY,. JULY 23, 1901.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WALLACE K. FARniNQTON... Editor
Entered at the Post Office at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
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TUESDAY JULY 23. 1901.
Just to keep things Interesting, tho
Constitution and tho dag drop In to
take the place of thu Legislature.
The people of Honolulu care little
whether the mall carriers work on the
eight hour plan or the forty-eight hour
scheme to they arc favored with the
blessing of free delivery.'
If District Attorney Balrd required
nny Justification for his official actions,
he need only forward a few editorials
from the Advertiser to the Department
uf Justice to show the sentiment of
those opposing him and which he has
The end of the legislative session Is
again "In sight." The Acting Governor
will fulfill the desires of the business
community by keeping troublesome
lingers out of the pie and not forcing
another fight on the Territory during
the warm summer months.
The statement of Attorney Vivas
nrups what the public was already
convinced of that the effort of tho
Advertiser to represent Vivas as an
tagonistic to Judge Gear's ruling was
a malicious misrepresentation, a vic
ious effort to discredit Judge Gear.
When Attorney General Dole asks for
a vacation because he has worked hard
lie finds many who differ with him,
but the suggestion that he Is about to
be married disarms all opposition.
That's different. May his Journey be a
tale one and Ills happiness unalloyed
with nny thought that the Attorney
General's office Is In existence.
That letter fiom McKlnlcy Is a long
time in coming. The supposition of
the Acting Governor that he can bring
the President Into his local war far
with the Legislature Is unwise, but the
lesson the Incident teaches should im
press upon the officials as well as the
people that our battles must be fought
out here in Hawaii, not in Washing
Owing to extensive changes being
made in the mechanical equipment of
the Bulletin the editions ot the past
few dajs Jhmc been delayed. These
changes are now complete and with the
addition of a new Merganthaler lino
type machine Just installed, the Bulle
tin places at the disposal of Its many
patrons an equipment second to none
In the city.
Having devoted nearly twcht
months to politics and settling up old
scores, the citizens of Hawaii ought
now to be In a sufficiently calm state
of mind to Join forces for the advance
ment of the Territory without respect
to parties. Our magnificent resource
should not longer be wasted or mad
subservient to the bitter contentions
of the past.
Sir. Haywood presents an outlook
for an import duty on coffee that Is un
doubtedly pregnant with unpleasant
truth. It takes more than one Con
gressional session to secure tariff fa
vors and the fact that Hawaii's plea
will receive slight attention furnishes
good reason for urging Its claim for
coffee with renewed vigor. CongreBi
has never granted an Import duty on
any product merely for the asking.
One of the Vnnderbllts has shown
himself capable of being something
more than a rich man's son. He ha
made several Inventions adopted In
the railway equipment ot roads ho
owns and thus established a record
which to say the least Is unusual for
men ot his class. ThU gives promise
that the day may come when tho aver
age rich man's son will establish a new
name for himself other than the pres
ent reputation of exlstlug for the single
purpose of spending bis father's money.
, The superintendent of the Queen'
Hospital offers a somewhat gruesome
forecast when he suggests the necessity
of an emergency ward on account, of
the probability of accidents when tho
Rapid Transit onco gets running.
Doubtless the number nl y ciSints will
increase until Japanese are taught not
to slumber while crossing tho street.
The demand for an emergency ward
for the hospital Is no more pressing
than the need for a hospital ambu
lance. The Legislature having failed
to make any provision for such emer
gency equipment tho burden falls upon
the philanthropic citizens of the com'
- m.unjty. ''.V- ,'V-
ATTACK FEDERAL OFFICERS.
It has reached a pass when tho
commerce of this port is being
menaced by the avid zeal ot the
Federal authorities to try ship
captains on the mere say-so ot a lot
of human ilffraff from the fo'castle.
The second Sodergrcn trial
showed that whatever eagerness
there may be In other quarters to
cripple the commerce, of this port
end destroy the discipline of the)
merchant, navy, there Is not much
of that spirit in the Jury box.
Thus does the official organ of the
Territorial government demonstrate
its thoughtful consideration for the
Federal Court presided over by Judge
mvanfar-T .ife. ma m -frraKjak 3&i.
Estec; thus do tho Territorial officials
pny their respects to trc laws of the
The law under which captains of
American vessels have been bvought to
answer before the'Kederal Cour reads
'flogging and all other forms of
corporal punishment) arc hcieby pro
hibited, on board any vessel, and no
form of corporal punishment on board
any vessel shall be deemed Justifiable
and any master or other officer thereof
who shall violate the aforesaid pro
visions of this section, or cither thereof
shall be deemed rulltv of a misdemean
or punishable by Imprisonment 'not
less than three months and not more
than two years. Whenever any.offlcer
other than the master of such vessel
shall violate any provision of this sec
tion, it shall.be the duty of such mas
ter to surrender such officer to the
nroDer authorities as soon as practi
cable. Any failure upon"the part ot
such master to comply herewith, which
failure shall result in the escape of
such officer, shall render said master
liable In damages to the person illegal
ly punished by such officer,"
This law Is mandatory. The "avid
teal of the Federal authorities" is
nothing more or less than the exercise
of plain duty under the law they have
sworn to uphold. It Is not left to them
to Interpret law according to the pecu
liar and biased methods for which Ter
ritorial officers have stood sponsor.
What the Advertiser wants Is that
Judge Estee nnd the District Attorney
should take the law Into their own
hands, thereby prostituting their office
according to the mandates of Its clique
that holds Itself above American law
Epidemic of Seven-Eleven."
The Pacific Mall wharf and, in fact,
tjie water front in general. Is ngaln
buffering from an epidemic of "seven
eleven" games which are carried on
during all hours of the night and day.
yesterday, three young men, among
vhom was Klklla, a n Morions native
gambler, were fined In the Police Court
on the charge of playing the game.
Yesterday afternoon, Captain Harry
Flint arrested five more young men.
included In this gang were three na
tives, n negro and a white man. Two
natives and the negro pleaded guilty
and were fined the usual amount. The
white man and a native pleaded not
guilty, were given the benefit of 3
doubt nnd allowed to go.
Judge Wilcox remarked that It was
getting so that he was afraid to go
down to the wharves. There were so
many games going on that, to step on
a wharf In the vicinity of any playing
might lay him open to arrest for being
present at a place wheie gambling wai
On account of the great' nmount of
passenger traffic between this city and
Maul ports the steamer Maul which
took .the regular steamer's place for
one trip has been withdrawn and to
morrow the Claudlnc will resume her
run. The overhauling which she ha
received In the ten day sho was laid
ud Is very thorough but not as exten
nlvc as it would have been had mote
time been taken.
Tomorrow the Claudlne, will leavn
for Maul ports at 5 p. m. The steamer
Maul Balls tor Hawaii tomorrow at
lernoon at S o'clock,
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send In
their P08T OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for dellvtry by the post
J. M. VIVAS
Attorney at Law
& Notary Public.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Financial and Real Estate Agent
POST OFFICE LANE
HONOLULU, T. H.
TEL MAIN 115. P. O. BOX 442.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected.
Agents Hazlewood Cream Co.
of Portland, Ore.
Agents Occidental Oil Co.
of West Virginia.
Office, No. 307 Stangenwald Building,
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, . HAWAII
j; g. HExnicSujiS, prop.
Horses and Carriages
For Bxcursl ns
To tho Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
' 6EB THE COUNTRY.
' Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Pacific Heights Electric Railway.
Commencing today (June 25th) all the
cars on Pacific Heights Electric Railway
will start from Nuuanu Avenue Station
connecting with all Tiamways Cars.
i The PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
has Just received
A CARLOAD OH
Picture Framed, Brass
Cbrtaln Rods xi in.)
With Brackets. Pole
Ends, Hooks and Rings
YVood' Curtain Poles
(from 1 to 2 in.) with fittings
a'largk variety comprising
the latest f1nish2s. : : : :
PACIFJC HARDWARE CO,
ART ROOMS -:- FORT STREET.
One Style Out of Many
1 I AnZI2 1 i77772l
of .1 new
UP - TO -
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMANS CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
MAIN 20s. P. O. BOX 664
W. W. WRIGHT
Spacions New Quarters
at the jiflction of
KINQ and SOUTH STS
Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and
H Vehicles of all sorts made to order, : : : :
CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND
TRIMMINGS ; a full stock always on hand
Carriage Repairing, Black-
smithing, Painting, Sign
Writing, Etc., Etc. : : :
KING AND SOUTH
John A. Has8ingcr
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent.
Office, Mclnemy Block next to C. I. Falk.
BNgyawE - g .
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND PAY.
Lunch and Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, naar Nuuanu, nut doci to fadl
Ryan'a "Encoia" Uil-ia
FOUR CASES ON POLICE
COURT CALENDAR OF TODAY
Deputy Sheriff Chilllngworth is Hot
on Trail of Violators of Law
Will Rid Honolulu of
The young man In question has for
some months past been acting as a
private watchman at various places In
the city. On one night last week he
entered the house of a native, Lllllehua
by name, a man who until recently had
been a police officer and deputy sheriff
off and on tor fifteen years.
Lllllehua heard the intruder and.
wrapping his strong arms about the
young man, secured and took him to
the I'ollce Station. He told the au
thorltles that Lok Kcau had absolutely
no business In his house and that,
when he appeared on the scener the
fellow extinguished the light1 In the
The defendant In the Police Court
today admitted having entered the
house. He had seen a stranger go In
and, In his capacity as a watchman,
followed him to see If he had nny busi
ness In tho place. He also admitted
extinguishing the light, but explained
that he had Intended turning up the
lamp, but had turned the wrong way.
Judge Wilcox smiled at this effort
on the part of tho Chinaman to extri
cate himself and then gave htm six
months on tho reef, remarking the
while that the snuak-thlcf business In
the city must stop.
That vagrancy Is dally becoming
more prevalent In Honolulu Is beyond
doubt, as can easily bo proven by the
Police Court record. This morning's
calendar showed four arrests on this
charge, and for tho past week or so
there has been at least one case dally.
The city Is becoming filled with loaf
crB and bums, who not only have noth
ing to do but who do not care to do
The case of .the two negroes pub
lished In yesterday's Bulletin Is a case
In point. The fact that these two men
came from a place In Queen street
near Kakaako makes the case still
more pointed, for this locality seems
to be the gathering place of the worst
type that Honolulu has to deal with
Deputy Sheriff Chilllngworth has
been working for weeks along the line
of stamping out vagrancyln'HonoluIu
and he has been well supported by
Judge Wilcox, who has always given
vagrants who have been proven such
enough time on tho reef to allow them
an opportunity to do some thinking.
In other Instances, he has allowed
cases to run long enough to allow va
grants to get out of the country.
Notwithstanding these (acts, va
grancy continues. However, Deputy
Sheriff Chilllngworth does not despair,
since he has sworn to rid the town of
the undesirable element; that Is ready
ror anything snort of murder.
Henry R. Worthington
aid Fort Streets.
TEL.. MAIN 186.
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 '
Administrators' Notice of Sale.
The undersigned, M, A. Qonsalves,
Administrator of the Estate ot A. O.
Pestano, Deceased, by virtue ot an
order given and made by the Honor
able A. S. Humphreys, First Judge ot
the Circuit Court ot the First Circuit,
Territory ot Hawaii, granting leave
to sell Real Estate, hereby glvca no
tice that he will expose for sale at
Public Auction. at the salesroom of
James F. Morgan, No. CS Queen Street,
Honolulu. Island of Oabu, Territory of
Hawaii, on the 24th day of July, A. D.
1901. at 12 o'clock noon, all that piece
ur imrcei 01 inna in Honolulu afore
said, popularly described at:
mat certain lot or parcel ot land
bounded mauka bv home nf .Tnhn
Oudcrkirk, Waiklkl by property of Wi
ii. riuuga, uiukbi, uy linos j,ane and
Ewa by Maklkt Stroet, lying opposite
to property of W. Llahman and ,U.
Llshman, and particularly described a
follows,' to-wlt: ;'
That certain piece ot land at Ma
klkl,.Kona Oahu, being a part of that
land 'described In R. P. No. C03S con
veyed to Manoel Enoi from Walter It.
Seal by deed d..tcd 27th ot June, 1881.
nnd recorded In Liber 71 00 pages 69
and 69, the same being 120 feet deep
and bounded mauka by Manuel Enos'
homestead lot and makal by Enos'
'.' Said Bale being subject to the con-
nrmation or tho Court n
Upset price Five Thousand ($5,000)
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold. Coin.
Deed at the expense of the purchaser.
For further Information apply) to. the
undersigned administrator, or at office
of said James F. Morgan.
Dated at Honolulu. July 5th. 1901.
M. A. GONSALVES, l
Administrator of the Estate niA. C
trchltwts, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
CROCKER BUILDINO, '
V. HOFFMANN. KWuiLEV.
Hoffman & Riley
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Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
Pished on Short Notice. - 1411
'OF ALL KINDS.
'eaters in Lumber and Gout
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dUILDER . . .
Jobbing promptly attended to.
1. P. BBRTELMANS
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at cither shop
or office at John Nott store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
65 'Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu'
P O. BOXtti.
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f ITIMAUS FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes anJ
Frames.Bllnds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds if Vood Work. Finish Turning
' KAWAIAHAO STm. KEWALO,
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ENGINEERS AND : : :
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. rjeoi end estimate furnished for all classes of
ROOM ko. BOSTON BLOCK.
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New Map of Oahu.
Compiled from Government Surveys and Charts
Maoa it Su jar Planmluni, Railways, and Other
KellaHt Sources. TUB hap is i8)i mcHts.
with aitls Ic colcrlnes and neat mountings, mak
ing very useful as w.ll as ornamen'al wall mas
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Imprbyed and modern, SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work .
and REVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposeY.a specialty. Particular atten
tion, paid, to JOB WORK, and renalrc
1 executed at shortest notice.