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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T THUIISDAY. AUGUST 1, 1001.
Published Eviry Day n.icept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, lltliulultf
T. II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLIS1I1NO CO. LTD.
WALLACE It. rAUlllVCOTON... Editor
Entered at tlio Pof Ofllco at Hono
lulu ts fecund-class mitter.
Tor month, nnyv, licrc In I' S....J .75
Tcr enr, an) where In U. 8.... S.00
Per jnr, postpild. ro'efpn... .13 0J
l'uyauln lnarlauly Hi advance.
1'ust OITlr-u Ptx 71S
AfGfST 1, 1901.
Col Pirkcr lias the heartfelt f)ta
pa thy of the uaolc eoTimun'.t In his
Bad homo coining. Mrs. ParUcr was a
type of true Hawaliin woaianhoojj
whose Inlluen i will !le as Ions as
Thurston tolls the San l'randsco
Chionlclv th.it he Is tr.UIni; no actle
Interest In the cninpaliri naalmt Hum-
IilircjH. Unit a rlRht. caddis.' the onus
of Ignominious ttitent on the un. K or
tho overworked li.ir Asaoi laiion.
President McKlnlcj'c decision In the
cafe of the Legislature against Gov
ernor Dole confirms the contention of
the Ilullctin that Hawaii must work
out Its own salvation thictigh the bal
lot box. Neither the governors, the
Judges nor the Leglshture will be nred
indiscriminately. Like naughty chil
dren thty'inust learn to get alons to
gether at.it without . (instant appeals to
No greater national calamity can be
ImasluVd than the icsurrectlon of the
Sampson-Schley powwow A suffer
ing public had hoied the corpse was n
real one, nnd haull become settled to
that Idea btforc either Sampson Schley
oi same fool filend drops a wunl that
brings the whole thin? to life with
lenc.ved vigor. It Is to be hoptd that
the Pghteis Sccor.aij I.o.ig has np
iolnted on tho Hoard of Inqulr will
be able to sutle the affair once and for
At last Acting Govc-nor Coopei has
received nn answer tj lit foolish prop
osition to use Hepu:llc of IHwall
bonds for the lcrutorj of Hawaii. The
answer Is Just what the people ex
pected, and the cxpeil'nie can t i'o the
Chief Executive an harm. Aftei a
few moiu lebulfs fioic Tederal authoil.
tics our Exenitlve ma) iialize tnat It
mutt stick to the OrgMnle Vu ti Stand
not attempt to whip the dvll of Am-
irliau law about tho bush "if peuonal
Bthemea, hoping that McKlnlej will ' mtvre and ta gieatly dlitereut from the
give hla supicrt. Tho Chief Executive Isabella grown on the Mainland and In
must now, reullic tha he pr sides over Curopc. The cuttings will be put out
a Territory .that Is In financial straits. In, the department grapery and a stud
Tho only wa out in thioagh adultlonal wlll'le mrde to determlno whether it
legislation. This means a tpcilal see- uttcroirates or Improves from long
elon to provide revenue and bond3 nnd c utlvntlon In the tropics. A few cut
It is to li; hoped tho double heanJ lugs, eft with Jared Smith nt his olllce
Executive will not shliK Its plain dut
btu will endeavor to reach r.n uncle.-
standing with mcmbeis of the Lcgls'a
lure. A special session In September
mif-)if In flml tho mi.n.hprtl Romplvli.lt
cooled otf and the Executive lesj stllf-1
necked. It ought to bo possible to st-,
cure a mujorlt to do buslne-s that ll.o
Territory may not bo held up for tho
full period of two )oar.
FOUHIGN NDW NOTES.
. Alice Neilsen will sing In grand
opera next season.
Theie are more rumors or peace ne
gotiations In South Africa.
The tcrrlllcjlly hot weather still con
tlnues through the Middle West.
Emperor William Is gi owing a beard.
Ho low looks mure like his father.
Hussla is demanding of the I'orte- two
coaling stations on the Persian gulf.
Over 500 rillplnos have surrendered
to Lieut. Hickman of the Fifth Cav
alry. Shoemakers of Vicuna arc making n
combination to keep out American
Tho Mining Congiess has passed a
resolution asking for a national depart
ment of mines.
Lord Mllner In a Bpeech tlellvercd nt
the Guildhall opposed granting inju
dicious concessions to the Uo.rs,
Agulnaldo Is the head of a new
movement that lui3 for Its object ihn
Independence of the Philippines.
' (!en. Cot bin has retommendej that
two of tho fastest transpom be used
for a month) mall set vice to Manila.
An cecldt-ntal chot from thu battle
ship Kc a; barge hit the city hall at
Newport. Tho shot was fired during
heavy gun practice.
Tho untl-scalplng law passed by the
New York Legislature has been de
clared unconstitutional b the Suprcido
Court of tho State.
An explosion of pertoleum on board
the barkentlne Louise Adelaide while
In th eharbor at Stockholm killed Cain.
Orr and several seamen.
Tho Capitol Freehold Lan3 nnd In
vestment Company, one of tho laigest
ranch properties In Texas has been put
In the hnnels of a receiver,
1 A minister who scived as a olunceer
has sent the Governor of Colorado u
,r .blanket ho stolo while a soldier. The
minister's conscience troubled! b.lm, ,
Chicago, July 23 An audience of
thousands, awed b th esolemnlty ana
music of Roman Catholic ceitmonlal,
todiy witnessed tho consecration of
Rev, Pather Peter J Muldoon us Titu
lar lllshop of Tamnsssnals, nnd nuxlll
nry to Most Rev, Pufechan, Althlblsh
op of Chicago.
Bnnel Concert Jon TencherH.
Hy tho eouitesy of Acting Governor
Cooper, tho Government Hand will
glvo n concert on board the U. 8. A.
Transport Thomas In honor of tho
teachers now on the way to Manila,
at 7:30 o'clock this ovenlng. Tho Su
perintendent of Public Instruction, tho
Commissioners of Education and the
beads of tho Government departments
will bo present. AH teachers In the
city are Invited to be present.
New London, Conn., July 25. Tho
n.htsmen of the New Y.ork Yacht Club
came on deck this morning to find a
conipkte change In th" neither condt
tlons and a cold north"ai rulnsioru
tmciplni; over tho fleet anchored at
the mouth of th Thames. Soon after
S oclo'k, howevir, the rain ceased al
together. 'I he w ImU did not subside
but was piping ut a cood fific$i;-knot
rate with something more In the
Most of the acMs got away cartv
but the big sloops did not Mart until
Just before iri0. ' Columbia trotied
the line sixteen stconds ahead of Con
stitution. At the starting gun Consti
tution o-cupled th" better position but
neccrar for the Constitution to gylm
Columbia took advantage of the sltua.
tlon and ipt 1 ar-rosi ahead. The olU
clal time of the start-
Constitution. 11 25 45.
The Uilllsh ship Klnros, Captain
lLoeke anlvcd trom Cardiff, Wales, i
this morning after a remnikably fast
. voyage of 112 dnyg. j
i ine txuuosH icie (.muni un prn
ildth and crushed the equator twent-
two tlni Inter. On Juno 2nd shu
doubled Capo Iloin, with nil sails set.
This is a thing that It Is usually Im
possible to do. On July 1st tho Kin
ross again crossed the equator. Tho
vessels best days run wns 300 knots.
Her vojnge, whllo very fnHt, Is not na
good as other vcscls which have mndo
the trip under KiO ilajs.
Captain LockeMhu commander of
the Kinioss Is an American. The ves
sel was lately bought by Alexander 4c
Baldwin and will bo put in the coal
trade between Ojster Harbor and lsl
and ports, she N t remarkably fine-
looking vct-sil and will be quite an nd
dltlon to the Island licet.
Her earso of coil Is lor the United
To Experiment Willi
tV. A. Taylo.-. asls'ont ponio'.oglei
at Wjehlrgton, I) C, his written Jn
red Smith, asking foi euttlnvs of the
Uabella gtape crown hue. It has been
reported (to the pomologlsts that thla
giapo has been cultivated In Hawaii
to long that It has completely changed
lr tho Capitol will be forwarded tc,
Police Court Notes.
In the I,0,lco Co,lrt lllls fonoon,
AuK- "'chardt. alias Richard Kunst.
wns n,lcJ "50 n'"1 tosts on ,ho a""G
of selling spirituous liquor without a
license nt hU parents' place on Queen
meet, July 27. Two of Detective Ka
p.ia's men testified to the purchase oT
a bottle of wine at -hc Queen street
phce and the pajlng over of twent
llvo tents to Kunst. Tho defendant
denied taking any money, s.olng that
he was exile red by the old folks to glvo
tho natives wine but that he did not
take a cent. He saw tvent-flvc cents
on the table.
During the testimony of Detective
Kaapa, It was brought out that the
following had been fount stowed away
on the Kunst place: 37 dozen bottles
of beer, 33 etuart bottles of wine, one
u gallon keg of wine, 2J' small bottlet
of gin, nnd 5' llasks of whiskey.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. :::::
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POST OFI-ICE LANE.
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Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
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Flents and Bills Collected.
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Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. O. IIKXKIQUES, PItOP.
Horses and Curria&es
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chanco Is offered (or
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
tn Hookena, where the steamer Is met
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bos JHt received
A CARLOAD OF
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Curtain Rods (x-Kin)
with Brackets, Pole
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Carriage Repairing, Black
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Writing, Etc., Etc. ; ; :
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John At Hussingei
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent,
Office, Mclnerny Block n'xttoC. I. Falk.
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY,
Lunch and Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuanu, n.il toot to faddy
Ryan'i "Eocora" itiHiai
AT RIGHT PRICES. ALSO P CTUR&
MOUlDINGS A.ND' WINDOW SHALES AT
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rcbltects, Contractors uil Builders
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Honolulu, T. II
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1411
OP ALL KINDS.
'ealern in Lumber hik! Goal
Queeu Street, Honolulu.
c ntractor and
Jobbing promptly attendtd to.
i. F. BBRTBLMAN'fi
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street Orders left at either shop
or offlco at John Nott's store. King
strctt, will recclo prompt attention.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
a New Lot of .
Beayer Lunch Rooms
1 H. J. NObTH
TEL. MAIN C4.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping,
Full line of Art Materials : : t
Art Embroidery Taujht : : :
Love Building, Fort Street
Royal Huwallnn Hotel
have changed hands and wltl be con
dclcd on antiieftlc plans, it, 1
Antiseptic Trcatmen o Instrumerits
The Erenlng Bulletin, 75 cents per
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Stains, Putty and Gbs, orna- 4
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OUR MIXED PAINTS
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C; Hotel street, .inJ
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9 O OOXdtl. TEL WHITt m
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Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
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All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
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