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nVEN'INO BUlil.HTIN, HONOLULU. H. T THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1601.
Published Every Day Eccpt Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
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, Post Office Dox 718
TiintsDAY jn.Y ::., idol
Since It means only one day more of
Icgl&latlu labor, there can be no linini
in the solons tnKlnt; time to (lml out
what the money they arc appropriate
will be used for.
.The National Municipal League hag
Just ccclcd n report from a commit
tee appointed to ascertain the extent to
which Instruction In municipal govern
ment nnd Us betterment Is offered by
American Institutions of learning. Cir
cular letters were sent to 357 univer
sities nnd colleges throughout tho
ctntiia Tlin tntmiilf ttn vpnolvpti pnr-
dial responses from 222 Institutions
or C2 per cent.
The committee find that there Is a
wide sprtad Interest taken In tho bet
ter understanding of munlciiml gov
ernment In nearly all the educational
there are co
the value of this line 'of study but aro
often handicapped tuiough lock of
funds to secure Instructors.. Nearly
Pain Puzzles Road
The nctlon of vtho Hawaiian Ttam
wnj's Company In putting a force of
men at work" on their lower Fort street
line tearing up the macadam recently
put down by the Hoad Department is a
puzzle which Supervisor Lloyd Is vain
ly Irjlng to solve today. He says:
"They have Just paid this department
two cents per foot for doing tho work
they are now tearing up. The Tram-
t.n p tvt niillrt! t r It ri ai i rin iln wt
rf the country, though b n h u ,wo f on each
mparat xely few offering , , fln
ics. Educators apprcclato , ,.. .hn, ' ,.,,., n
perfect piece of work between King
and Merchant street. What the com-
nra . . hiAnha vwtttf ! lAAInif tnla rati 6
... M , (111 t I'HllJ IIKOliO iwn if IIUIIIIK 11119 UUt
al , however, offer courses In political rcl)lttc,ng lt ,, cobble ,toncs u
Men who were illegally convicted
during the "transition period" arc be
ing released from prison. What be
comes of the men Illegally convicted
who served their sentences during tho
Kitchener all but cfught President
Steyn. ' That's been the story of tho
Uotr war since the start. The Urltlih
all but conquered the Doers some time
ago and have been doing the same
thing ever since.
Chicago Is reported as being in dire
financial straits. Acting Hovernor
Cooper ought to extend the glad hand
to Mayor Carter Harrison. He would
get as much assistance from Harrison
os he will from McKlnley.
A Buffalo dispatch to the New York
Sun states that the management of tho
Buffalo Exposition have ordered the
Hawaiian Village dancers to put on
stockings. Tho happiness of tile Ad
vcrtlser ought now to be complete.
Willie Hearst Is sending out tele
grams asking for the views of promi
nent Democrats on the reorganization
of the party. If the Democrats will but
secure a hew lock, stock and barrel
they might be able to do something.
Assessor Pratt states that Income tut
blanks arc being rapidly filled out and
placed on file. 1 his Indicates that the
people are ready to make their state
ments hut they shonlil sec to It that
they also file a protest against the
The great and only Towne who bolt
ed his pnity to follow Uryan, now bolts
Bryan nnd says the silver lsue Is dead.
All this is brought about by Towne's
successful play in the stock market
and the contaminating Influence of the
If Thurston were only here he would
call a meeting of thirty-seven mem
bers of the Uar Association to formal
ly request the removal of the consti
tution, and falling In that demand that
Chief Justice Fuller resign and Krear
appointed in his place.
The wrangling of the Powers over
the nffatrs of China Is worse than any
thing the Legislature of Hawaii ever
put up. No sooner Is a decision reach
ed, than some nation playing the part
of Acting Governor Cooper pokes a
spoke In the wheel and the scrimmage
Is renewed along another line.
Judging from the arduous endeavors
of the Attorney General he has an Idea
the Supreme Court of Hawaii will re
verse tho Supreme Court of the United
States. Now this is interesting. In
deed It Is the next best thing to Act
ing Governor Cooper's appeal for Pres
ident McKlnley to authorize a bond
Issue that has no legal standing.
science and economics whch bear in
directly on the municipal organization.
Referring to the work of the Institu
tions In different divisions of the Union
the report says: "Of the twenty New
England colleges only five, or 23 per
cent, report courses In municipal gov
ernment, and yet from supplementary
statements lt Is evident that many of
this group of colleges treat of the sub
ject of municipal government to an
extent which entitles tbem to credit
for Instruction In this subject far be
yond what the bald niimcrltal state
ment would indicate. Of tho forty-one
colleges In the second group of Middle
States, Including Maryland nnd the
District of Columbia, eleven report
separate courses In municipal govern
ment, or nearly 27 per cent. Hero
again seven colleges which have no
courses with that title say that much
Instruction In municipal government
tomes Incidentally under other courses.
Of the fifty-nlno colleges In the South
ern group, six only report courses In
municipal government, or ten per cent,
and nine say that some attention Is
given to the subject Incidentally. Of
the sixty-seven colleges In the Western
group (mostly east of the Mississippi),
twelvo report courses in municipal gov
ernment, or 18 per cent, and sixteen
say that the subject iccclves Incident
tal uilentlon. Of the tnlrty-flve col
leges In the group west of the Mississi
ppi, eight rcpoit coutses In municipal
government, or nearly 23 per cent, and
eight Indicate Incidental treatment of
"It In questionable whether it would
be profitable In the picLent dUcusslou
to make un anaylsls of the statements
icportrd with rtfemu-c to tbo courses
In political science and American gov
truuunt. lu general 't may bo said
that of the 222 college.) responding to
the clicular letter, 174 reported iomsc3
in political science, or over 78 per
tent; and 130 In American government,
or nearly 5'J per tent. As was befoic
said, many of the college, presidents
and piofcssors In replying said that
they found It very difhrulf to arrange
their courses under these heads.
It will thus be seen that tho cnthu
siasm for the study of municipal gov
ernment Is most marked In the north
ern and eastern States. Tho South has
yet to nuke up to tho necessity for In
struction In the government of cities.
Its citizens apparently devoting their
moit serious endeavors to ways and
means to reduce the voting population
Taken as a whole, however, tho educa
tors of the country are fully nllve to
tho value of furnishing Instruction in
tho theories of 'municipal government
that young men may be better equipped
to successfully copo with tho practice
of hontst government that shall secure
the best results for all citizens.
moic than I can understand," nnd the
puzzled- supervisor, turned again to tho
telephone ,ovcr which ' ho had been
soliciting Interviews with Manager
Pain, without success. .
SATURDAY'S BA8BBALL GAME.
There Is much speculation as to the
league baseball gamo set for Saturday
next. The supporters of the police
team are backing their men, while the
Mallc-Illma boys nre smiling In aliao
lute confidence. So far this week
each team has had one day's practice.
There will bo one more day a work be-
roro tbo game. While this is by no
means sufficient practlco to assure the
best of amateur baseball, still there Is
consolation in the fact that neither
tm has tho advantage of the other In
tuc matter or practice.
Tho poltco have not distinguished
themselves bo. far this Beason. How
oyer, they 'played agalmU the best
teams In the beginning, and now that
they have a team more on their own
level to play on Saturday, It Is very
likely 'they will 'make a better show
; The PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
has Just received
A CARLOAD OF
Architects," Contractors and Builders.
.Edward R. Swain,
STANOE1WALD BID ,
J. F. RILEY.
Picture Frames, Brass
Curtain Rods H in.)
with Brackets, Pole
Ends, Hooks and Rings
Wo.od Curtain Poles
(from 1 to 2 in.) with fittings
A LARGH VARIETY COMPR'SING
THE LATEST FINISHES. : : : :
MAY HAVB ATHLETIC PARK.
Col. W. H. Cornwell, the purchaser
of the l'nn lands on the Walktkl road,
has planned 'to have them filled In to
a level with the street, it Is his Inten
tion to build n half mite track. Col,
Cornwell said yesterday that he might
lay out a thorough going park for all
kinds of sporting events. In the field
enclosed by the track, a baseball .leld
could be Intel out and the same field
could be used for cricket mid tho like
I'ulo could also be Indulged In.
As the leaso of the land does not ex
pire until November 11. 1DU1. OI.
Cornwell will have over a year to tliliK
otcr the matter. It Ih understood tliuv
he has already had an offer of $1200 i
car from the present leasees for a r
uewal of the lease. This is almost
twice the priscnt rental.
The only object of an appeal from
Judge Gear's constitution decision le
to have the Supreme Court of Hawaii
declare that the constitution applies
to 'matters affecting dollars and cents
but does not extend to tbo liberties of
the people. What an exhibition of
American justice such a decision would
be, yet It Is the only one that could
accomplish the result sought by the At
The objects sought by the content
plated Native Sons of Hawaii are high
ly commendable and tne organization
will doubtless be taken up enthusiasti
cally by tho more progressive young
men. Every organization that seeks
to Interest young men In affairs of gov
ernment and raise the civic standards
of the Territory or hamlet should be
given all assistance possible for the
people to render.
When Oxnard, leader of the beet su
gar Industry, talks of demanding it re
duction of the protective tariff on sugar
to defeat tho trust, every business man
and politician knows that Oxnard Is
talking through his hat. It is the far
mers whoee beets Oxnard buys who
profit by the tariff more than anyone
else, and while the western farmer de
mands a tariff, Congress will do mighty
little tinkering with tho sugar schedule.
The poor showing made by the yacht
Independence Is a greater disappoint
ment to many Americans than would
be caused by the loss of the cup to Sir
Upton. The New York Yacht Club has
dealt with the Lawson boat In a man
ner that proves anything but true
sportsmanship. If the forthcoming in
ternatlonal race were simply a contest
between the New "York yacht club and
Sir Upton, the latter's "boat would
carry the major part of the American
Captain Uradley Strong had sense;
enough to get out of the army before
ho was asked to depart. His antics
when ho first passed through Hawaii
were sufficiently wild to warrant the
anticipation that the time would coma'
,hen tho United States army was too
small for him. The- Spanish war prov.
cd that tho army is no place for rich
men's eons who falling to make a
success in any other line think them
selves capable of bossing soldiers, A
man who docs not hesitate to disgrace
his family name is mighty poor mater.
ial to call on for the protection of na
Early yesterday afternoon, a wall
paper sign in big white letters was
observed on Punchbowl just a little
below the highest point. Superinten
dent Doyd was one of the first to seo
what, had been done and took occa
sion to at once notify the High Shcrllf.
Mr. Ilrown used his Held glasses and
made out three men at work on the
sign. Assistant Hack Inspector Fen el.
ra was at'once dispatched to Punch
bowl to arrest the violators of the law
but, upon his arrival, tbey had JU
ajipeared. Kerrelra found that the
daubing had been carried on at th
back of Punchbowl and also In the
crater, lust at places whero people rid
ing-along tho rbad can see the adver
In the matter of the estate of Allna.
Muffoon & Thompson have filed notke
of appeal from tho decision of Judge
Gear, nllowlng attorneys for the lega
tee a fee of $10 for services and order
ing the same charged against the ad
ministration of tho estate.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x15 planted with
fruit trees, 3N feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
i" "I "i"
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Later on, one of tbo Japanese who
did the daubing was found. Questions
were asked of him and lie gave the de
scription of the while man who order
ed tbo work done. Thomas McGltfin,
the painter, was sent for but ho satis
fied the High Sheriff that he had had
absolutely nothing to dn with tho daub
ing. On this showing. Mr. .McOinin
was allowed to go and now the police
aro looking for tho man who really
did do the Job. i neio is no uouut tliut
be will be located sooner or later.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected.
Agents Haztewood Cream Co.
of Portland, Ore.
Agents Occidental Oil Co.
of West Virginia.
Office, No. 307 SUngenwald Building.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
A SURPRISE PARJTY.
In tho neighborhood of tliirt
friends of Mf. and Mrs. M..A. Gon
salves called at their homo Tuesday
evening nnd gavo them quite a sur
prise. Tho ovent was tho annlverjary
of her wedding as well as the birthday
of Mrs. Gonsalves.
Laden with eatables anfl drinkables,
tho Jolly party Invaded the prem'sos
and took charge of the house, su that
Mr. and Mrs. Gonsalves woro lonod
to becomo tho guosts of honor of tho
evening. A good time followel, tbo'
merry makers keeping up tbo festivi
ties until after 12 o'clook,i'whcn,a
special car took tho Invaders 'to their
Mrs". Gonsalves was tho, recipient of
a beautiful case of a couplo of dozen
silver tea and soup spoono as well as
an elegant sugar spoon nnd butter
knife. Among thoso present were tliw
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Sllva, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Fernandes, Major and
Mrs. Camara, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hod
rlgues, Mrs. and Miss Kckardt, Mrs.
and Misses Franca (3), Mrs. Madeira,
Mrs. Ainaud, Messrs. Dotellho, Viclra,
J. J ,Dlas. J. D. DIas, Mossman, Sea.
bury, Meat and Wckcrton.
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send In
their POST OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
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CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND
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Honolulu, T. II.
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'ealers in Lumber and Goal
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P .HTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
1. F. BERTELMAN'S ',
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at cither shop
or ofllce at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japaceso Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
C5 Hotel street, unJT jj?l
Hctel near Nuuanu 1
P O. Botti,
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rrapuMy OCmi Rcok , uritalr, SpiKtiti kalta.
II- Tl. ;
Udlo tklrtttltantd. Clothing
cltancd, dri ird rtrA'rcJ.
Suits mid too'dr.
Fit cutrantecd. lotstp let.
Fori SttMt. ntar ICukul, and
or OrplMum Thttttr.
. CrkM: Cltinlit mi lull, lie-.
to suit everv
taste and every
purse : : : :
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John A. Haeeinger
Agent to Knt Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent, '
Office, Mclnemy Block next to C. I. Falk
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGtIT AND DAY.
Lunch and Dinner a Specialty.
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New Map ol Oaliu.
Compl'tJ from Government Survey, and Cham.
Mara of Sucar Plantit'om. Kallwayi, and Othtr
KeilaMe Sourcei. the map is )8;i inches,
with artistic colorings and neat mountings, mak
ing vtry useful as wtll i ornamental wall map
the I'SiCE of the map is $10 oo. Copies can
be obtain, d from
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P. O. Box too. jo Judd Rulldlng, Hcnolulut T. .
or HAWAIIAN NEWS Cli" LID
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CHINERY of every capacity and de-
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and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a apeclalty." Particular attec-
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(executed at shortest notice.
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