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EVENING nUI.LETlfj, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, JULY 29, 1001,
fcfitwtmE& ' 7!T'i Li
rubllohed Every Day Ejcept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, llmolulu,
T, It., by the
BULLETIN PUUL18I11NQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE 11. KAHHINOTON... Editor
Entered, at the Post OHlce at Hono
lulu as second-claw matter. '
Per muntli, anywhero In U. S....1 ,
Per year, anywhere hi U, 8.... S.OO
Per year, postpaid, ro-elRii 13.00
Payable Iniarlably In advance.
Post OIHcc l!o 718
..in.Y 29, l'.'Ol
It Is nossllile for a Grand Jmy to be
railed without the Attorney Gencial
pleading '"I ills Is too sudden?"
President SUyn Is deserving or syra
jiathy. Ills hope for foreign Ititcnrn
iImii hna nti.mt flip innio fhniirp of bf
lug fulfilled as his id-a that the Urlt-
lih army can be defeated b Do et.
Thurston must have slipped a cog
somewhere In his sthenic to oust Hum
plueys. Attorney General Knox not
oiily tells Hankey to wall awhile, but
puts off action on the third Judgeship
til he can talk the matter with Judge
Humphreys. In the courso of a few
months employes of the department of
Justice will be lighting Arcs with those
TO HTUDV THE C1I1NII8E.
Columbia t'nlvcrslty has received
$100,000 for the founding of n depart
ment for Instruction in the Chinese
language, literature and allied Chinese
To the average American this doubt
less npocars as a sort of freak dona
tion that will attract little favor with
the oung men of tho country. To
those who by their travels or residence
In tho Enstirn possessions have come
Id contact with Intelligent Chinese the
great benefits that may be derived to
the country arc at once apparent.
The China known to the citizen of
the Eastern Stntes Ij ft far off country
furnishing nn Intelligent Minister In
Washington and wash men nnd high
binders of n I6w class for the eltlf
The people don't know China and
what's more are satisfied to remain In
Ignorance. The recent dllllciiltlcs at
Peking have moused a general interesi
In the place and Its people bat thin U
perfunctory nnd passes out of mini
ns soon as the nowspapers lease to
publish Hash hcud stories about the
state of nftulru
Up to the present time China and tha
Chinese are set down as bad eggs gen
erally. The proof of Innocence of tli
charge devolves on the Chinese npaiAir
the prejudices of a nation.
As a matter of fact China has an In
teresting history, Intelligent men, nn-1
finally what now begins to appeal to
American communities, offers n manul
flcfiit opening for American product
Gindually It Is dawning upon :!io peo
ple that something can to made out of
tho Chinaman, it is lmpos'lilj to
reach his pocket book by a battle axu.
The shortest and best route Is thiough
a study- of his language, his diatoms
and methods. Approached on this ba
sis lit is found to be tractable and hon
est; on any other he is a wild heathen
regardless of the "civilized" method
of warfare, counting human Ufa of r.o
more value than a chicken's.
Heretofore the attitude of Anieil
cans toward Chinese has demanded
that the Orientals shall learn cur vvavi
if they wish to do business with us
and as many barriers as possible have
been placed In bis way to prevent his
acquiring knowledge. In tho Western
States li is a cr:mc lo eugges: that
this method of dealing Is iinbfa-unilnt;
B strong progressive pecplo.
The missionary has failed to con
vince the American public tha. any
good can come out of China. What tho
pre-achcr and teacher has failed to do
the merchant Is uow nccompllshln
Chinese gold Is as good as American,
hence It becomes necessary to a prj-nh
the undeveloped market In u civi''zel
Whether It be greed for goll or a
kindly Christian spirit that Is bring
ing about an endeavor to stiicy the
Chinese from their own standpoint, tho
ultimate result Is certain to bo belief)
clal to our own country as well an the
Chinese. Tho progressive element In
the Chines: empire Is bound to sceuin
control sooner or later. Tho leaders
ore looking to the United States for
example nnd assistance.. With Am
ericans educated In the language, his
tory nnd customs of this downtrodden,
benighted people it will be possible 10
deal with them Intelligently nnd se
em u a humane and beneficial asfclmlla.
House Woqld Play
Ball With Senate
During a lull In tho proceedings lit
tho Houso of Representatives this
morning a lestloss member secured
tho Hpcakor's recognition nnd pro
posed that, a challenge) bo sent to the
Stnato for n gamo of baseball, to bo
played according to American rules.
Interpreter Wise, who la an cntliusl
ast on baseball, amplified on tho prop
ositlon and managed to stir up Inter
est, Somnolence left tho hall and
Bomo one proposed that tho Governoi
bo asked to extend tho session for a
brief baseball season between tho two
Nl W TROLLEY TIMED.
An. informal run was mado by a
Rapid Transit trolley car up Alapal
street and along I.unalllo, Sunday at
noon. Tho run was made without hitch
or accident, tho car being occupied by
Manager llallentync, Engineer Uark
ley and Col, J, H, Fisher. There wero
no Invited guests, tho run being with
The Coroner'sc Jury In the ease of the
death of Mlsa Kffle Givons Is sitting
th i afternoon.
MY ' KHIte
DUNNE MAKES A TRIP
fi . TO BARK SL JAMES
Result of His Investigation is Motion
to Dismiss Case Against Cap
tain Tapley Which
"Captain Toploy you are discharged
and your bondsmen lelenscdj" were
the words nddiessed to the captain of
the bark St. James this morning In tho
l'tderal Court by JudRO Estoe.
A motion to dlsailss had been mado
by Prosecuting Attorney J. J, Dunne.
The motion to dismiss was accompani
ed by an Interesting explanation.
In tho charge ngalnst Captain Tap-
ley, ho was not accused of having
struck n blow, but of having witness
ed the Illegal punishment administered
to a seaman by the second mate. Iron
talking with the captain and tho prose
cuting witness, Mr. Hadley. Mr. Diinno
became doubtful of the Justncssof the
prosecution of tho charge against Tar
ley. He therefore mado experiment
on board the St. .Inmes last Friday,
which resulted In the discharge this
Accompanied by tho United States
Marshal, the defendant nnd tho prose
cuting witness, Mr. Dunne went aboard
the St. James. He asked the prosecut
ing witness If all things were In tho
same position on tho poop deck ns
they were at the time of tho alleged
assault. Hadley replied that they
were. He then risked that Hadley sta
tlon blm at the place where Captain
Tapley stood, and that the prosecuting
witness take tho position of the second
"From my position," raid Mr. Dunne,
to the Court this mornlug, "I saw that
it was a physical Impossibility for the
captain to have seen the blow struck
1 then put the complaining witness In
the captain's position and he admitted
to me that it was impossible for one
standing at the spot to see blows
struck by a person ctnndlug where
the M'lond mate stoud. Ho further
more frankly told me that 1m believed
the charges agalubt Captain Inpley
rhciibl be withdrawn. 1 make this
ctatement, with tho liore that the
Court will agree with mo that Captain
Tapky should not bo further .withered
Willi this busluess Mr. Dunne thin
called Hadley, tho complaining wit
ness, to the stand and Mucstloncil him.
The attorney's statement was entirely
The Court said, "While It in not
mandatory In a United States Court
to dismiss a case upon a motion of the
piosecutlng attorney, it Is usually
done.nnd eertalnly will be In this e-ase."
Captain Tapley thereupon iu formal
ly discharged nnd his bondsmen ie
leased. LOOKING FOR FUJIHARA
Wolluku, July 27. Maul police nr
on the lookout for I'ujlhnra, the escap
ed murderer fiom llllo Jail. The pi
Ike here do not kno-v nlm and the
absence of a photograph makes mat
ters worse. The natives of Knualo
and Kahlklnul report having sighted
open Japanese boats sumo nights this
week heading towards liana district
and they swore that tho beat was from
llllo. All landings on Miti; aro being
carefully watched by tho polled
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 "or delivery by the post
Fine Job Pi tilting at the Httl
For Sale at a Sacrifice
i " t
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANI!.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected.
Agents Hazelwood 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.
KEALAKbKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIEXKIQUKS, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To tho Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chanco Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
a Kallua and take passengers overland
tn Hookena, where the steamer Is met
The PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
has Just received
A CARLOAD OH
Picture Frames, Brass
Curtain Rods MxHrn)
with Brackets, Pole
Ends, Hooks and Rings
Wood Curtnln Poles
(from 1 to 2 in.) with fittings
A LARGH VARIETY COMPRISING
THE LATEST FINISHES. : : : :
H PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, LTD. 3
One Style Out o? Many
of a new
UP - TO -
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMANN CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN 2os. P. Q. BOX 664
W. W. WRIGHT
AND REN0YAT0RY ......
Spacious New Quarters
at the junction of
KING and SOUTH STS-
Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and
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. I1a88iner
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent.
Office, Mclnemy Block n'xt to C. I, Falk
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIOHT AND DAV.
Lunch and Dinner a Specialty, ' r
HOTEL STREET, ntir Nuuinu, mil 4ooi to t'titt
Kyin't "Encon" itil-ia
AT RIGHT PRICES. ALSCvP CTURb
MOULDINGS AND WINDOW SHAL.KS AT
AUKEA ST., BET. MERCHANT AND QUEEN. '
Phone Main ,,8. KO.BovS)S.
1178-1184 Union St.
P. O. Box 522. Tel. 62 Main
icbltects, Contractors ma Ballto
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. KILkY.
Hoffman & Riley
K O. Dox 160
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. Boardslee. . P. O. Box 778
UBARD8LEE b PAGB
Architects & Builders
Offlce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu. T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. Mil
OP ALL. KINDS.
eiilers in Lumber and Goal
Queeu Street, Honolulu.
C TRACTOR AND
. Jobbing promptly attended to.
To rear of old stand. Entranco on
Kin? street. Orders Iett nt either shop
or office at John Nott's storet King
street, will receive prompt attention.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
a New Lot of ,
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J, NOLTB
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
Horses and Mules
can do so by applying
' by letter to the : : :
Umuula Sheep Station
Have horses on hand to suit any and all
B. W. JONES, Manager.
Kamuela P O. Is'and of Hawaii
The Evening Bulletin, 76 conti nr
THREE OF A KIND
' BEAT TWO PAIRS
But n full House bents theni both
' A FULL HOUSE OF '
Dealers In Paints, Oils, Varnishes, j.
Stains, Putty and Glas, orna- 4)
mental and plain :::::: K
In all shades and at prices to suit.
Window Shades, Curtain Poles
and Fixtures. House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
EVERYTHING FOR INTERIOR
DECORATIONS. : : : -Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint
Guaranteed to dry hard and glossv
and will not crack, peel or chalk.
OUR MIXED PAINTS
are the best on the market. Send
for sample card. ::::.:
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
O5 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuinu
P O Box ail. JtL WH1IP g) '
T. KATSUNUA1A 6- Co.
A e OlAWA, Mibiki,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
fiaportr? OBcl i , npittlri SpiKttll lU
I Til. 544 ,
Ldtf' tklrts cleantJ. Clothing
clcanti, deJ and repaired.
Suits tntd tio'Jff,
Fit Kuinmeed. lot.tp let.
Fori trrt t, ntar Kukul, and
ntr Orpheum Theater.
Hrtcti: Otanlng out tult, ?jc;
iWQ.m Dvelnp auli ft i
to suit everv
taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
A. Harrison Mill Co.
tSTIAATIS Fl'RMSHED ON HI KINOS Of
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box SS2.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND ! : i
Planl in4 estimates turnlshe lor all classes ol
ROOM jco, DOSTON BLOCK, - HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
Compl'eJ from Government Surveys and Charts.
Macs ol Su,ir Plantations. Railways, anil Other
Reliable Sources. Tin MAP is jImi IMTHE-.,
wltrt nllstlc colorings and neat Mountings, mak
In? a very useful as well as ornamental wall nap
THO fRICt OF THB MAP IS Sio OS. Copl.S Can
be obtain d Irom
JAS. T. TAYLOR,
P. O. Do . ic Juld Bull Jlnj, Hr nolulut T. II.
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.. LTD
aonoivau iron Workb v.. v.
ImnrOVPrl nnil mnrlfirn Attn ATI T A
CHINEUV of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, nnd repairs
executed at snortest notice.
Pacific HeighlsEleclric Railway.
Commencing today (June 2jth all the
cars on Pacific Heights Electric Railway
Will statrt from Nmiiinii Avnn tntiA
J connecting with all Tiamways Cars.
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