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H J 4 EVENING- DUt.LWTIN, HONOLULU,!!. T MbNDAY, AUGUST C. 1901. - "
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.AUGUST 5, 1901.
General Kitchener's success In South
Africa has not bien as marked as many
had anticipated. He withdraws, how
ever, with the satisfaction that the
nrmy office at the other end otthc crv
ble has been largely rtsponslble for
whatever degree of failure Is to bo
scheduled against him.
The press of these Irlands needs no
defense against such half baked maud
lln charges as thoso published by the
New York Tribune. Like all new spa
permen the editors of the Island press
hae nt arlous times been charged
with all tho crimes In the category by
the same kind of curs that produced
the Tribune article. These editors.
howeer, nro not npologlilng to nny
one. They do not have to, nnd certain
ly not to nny snipe gathering denizen
of the Ilowery who through some ap
parent mlstnko earned a few dollars
by handing n fake jarn to the Tribune.
Hawaii's newspapers have their ene
,mles nnd each paper Is thankful for
the cmmles It has made. The author
of the Tribune article can never rise
to tho dignity of an enemy. His sta
tion In life Is at tho outlet of the scwor.
KEEP UP THE FIGHT.
The Hllo Tribune taMng up the dis
cussion of the duty on caffee ncepts (ho
sad truths spoken ty .Mr, Haywood re
garding tho Improbability of Congress
granting a protective duty for this lo
cal product, and counsels tho small
,-. . ... I I n .1... ..Hnn nf
"7 , . ',' , ..r n '" f"nl themselves on tho ground,
higher prices on account of a protec-, KoulmtrIri ,,,, one 0, ,hc laM
tlve larm. ,.. .,. , were huit but Mr. Colton wns kicked
The ndvee of the Tribune is In keep-
lug 'with the facts of the situation nil' r,inflli i,rc
p,esent. but It U to be hoped thai the , r J f t after the occur-
coffee planters, the bus In sa men and
"' ' V . I i mi. ,V"'t t the catclrtsncss of the driver
down" and ca nily ac c pt be death t, CMun o ft ,,
tho coffee Industry simply bernuso
there seemg to be little chnnce of se
curing favorable legislation. It may
be accepted as an absolute truth, that
the coffc growers of Hawaii will never
obtain any asslstnnce from Congress If
they throw up their hands and give up.
It Is true there Is comparatively little
American money Invested In coffee.
The same was true of the tin plate In
dustry and n hundred nnd one other In
dustries of the Mainland. It Is not
true now for no other ti'ason than that
Congress urged by the business men
of tho country enacted a protective
tariff for the product of these mills.
Where Is the citizen of Hawaii who Is
ready to admit that the coffee mills
nnd coffee fields of this Territory aro
not of as much Importance to the wel
fare of the country as the manufactur
ing establishments throughout tho
Mainland, created by tho McKlnlcy
tariff. This Territory may bo a small
factor In the national game. It should
never bo allowed to become so Insigni
ficant that Its peoplo lefuso to make
themselveB heard In Congress and by
reason of their Inactivity allow an In
dustry to dlo out.
A protective tariff- for coffeo may bo
Improbable but by no meant Is It Im
possible. Protection for coffee means
u new prosperity for American citizens.
H not only opens an acceptable Held
of labor for tho present citizens of tho
Territory but makes It possible for
citizens of tho Mainland to establish
homes in this and other new posses
sions. It furnishes an opportunity for
the smnll American farmer with prac
"tlcally no barriers.
Shall Hawaii give up the fight for
the protection of roffee Just because
bomeono fears Congress will turn a
Saturday evening at a meeting of tho
Francis Murphy temperance pledge
signers, called for the purpose at Fran
cis Murphy hall, most Important
changes were made in the method of
management of tho movement for
practical temperance. Tho officers of
the' Gospel Temperance League had
filed their resignations with President
Franklin Austin to enable him to cITect
the moro permanent organization.
A new charter was adopted which
changts the name to the "Francis
Murphy Temperance Club Assocla
tlon," and places the power of 'organ
Izlng clubs In all parts of the Terrl
tory In the hands of a territorial cen
traj board of trustees of five members,
and at the same tlmo allows each club
tho fullest possible meaouro of self
government, with Its. own club secre
tory and local hoard of directors, all
nets of tho various clubs, however, be
ing subject to the approval of the cen
tral board of trustees.
Franklin Austin was elected presi
dent of the) new organization by ac
clamation with power to appoint the
central hoard of trustees to assist him
In his work. Upon being cnllcd upon
to namo the trtibtces, Mr. Austin ap
pointed, subject to their acceptance, J,
P. Cooko, auditor; V. D. Hancroft,
secretary and treasurer; Mrs. J, M.
Whitney and Moses Nnkulna, directors,
These names were approved by a una
Francis Murphy Club No. 1 wis then
organized with V. H. Ilradley, club
secretary and musician; C. J. Austin,
F. O, Noyes, A. 11. Wallace, Harry
Tromhy and Mr. Hnmus as directors.
After 9 o'clock the regular Saturday
evening entertainment was given, in
which C, 8. Desky's fluto performance
was the pilnilpal feature, Mr, Dcsky
so pleased his audience that ho was
compelled to respond to four encore.
Newport, R. I., July 25. The Colum
bia today, In a rattling thresh to
windward from New London to New
port, gave the Constitution n great nnd
unexpected beating. The Constitution
finished a good third of a mllo off.
The victory was surprising for the
race wns sailed In weather that, as n
rul4, has Just suited the Constitution,
the wind never exceeding n 12-knol
gale and tho Bea being comparatively
smooth. It was not until Newport wni
reached and the Constitution had been
shackled to her moorings that an In
lelllgefit exxplanntlon of her rare good
drubbing could be given.
The Constitution following right In
the wnkeof the Columbia, the leading
yacht In tho big bIood class, struclf
twice on a ledge near tho Hace Hock
lighthouse. Thcro was a substantial
bump on each occasion of tho strike,
and after this accident the Constitu
tion acted like a lame duck. Mr. Dun
can, who Is In command snld this ev
ening that ho believed that some of
tho plates on tho leaden keel were
wrenched off by tho force of the im
pact on the hnrd rock, and that theso
plates, forming a fin, acted as a drag
on tho yacht, and mado her Incapable
of showing her usual racing form. A
diver was sent down shortly alter the
Constitution had been docked tonight,
hut was unable to make a satisfactory
examination, and Mr. Duncan decided
not to rncn the boat further until sho
h.s been hnuled out and opportunity
given for a thorough Investigation.
'I heie will bo no rate between tho big
sloops tomorrow, therefore, nnd tho
Constitution Id expected to go to Bris
tol to he docked In the morning.
the official finish time was: Colum
bia, G:21:S5, and tho Constitution,
G:2i:W. Elapsed time: Columbia,
G:34:lfi; Constitution. 0:58:31.
The course covered was 40 nautical
Mr. Colton, formerly of the O. H. &
'I.. Co., Mrs. Colton nnd n oung lady
friend, had a er unpleasaht expert:
ence on Hcretanln'street Saturday af
ternoon while on tlifllr way to the base
ball game In n hack. They had Just
reached Union street when the horse,
became frightened nt something 'and
turned suddenly Into that thorough
fare, llefore nny of the occupants of
the hack knew what had happened,
leporter about tho affair this morn
In;, said that the driver was In no
wise to blame. Tho horso had become
frightened and had gotten beyond the
tonttol of the driver. Ho said further
that the man wns very nice about tho
whole nffnlr. He took his pnsscngers
back to the stand and there had them
transferred to another hnck. They
wire driven out to the baseball
grounds, and, upon their offering to
pay, the hnckman refused to take a
rent and drove off. Mr. Colton stated
that an attempt hod been mndo to get
him to have the hackman arrested for
carelessness but that he did not intend
to do anything of the kind.
An Eastern paper states that "a
green little boy. In a green little way.
a green little apple devoured one dav;
and the green Ilttlo grasses now ten
derly wavo o'er tho Ilttlo green apple
boy's green Ilttlo grave."
"MIbb Passe was bit on the cow by
a dog while riding on her wheel,"
"ou mean on tho cnlf, don't you?"
"Did you ever Bee a calf 48 yeura
"No one," grnVely announced So-
crateB. "can arrest tho flight of tlmo,"
No? querying!' Interrupted a by-
Mnndcr. "I thought anybody could
Stop a minute.
And even the disciples of the great
philosopher were forced to :nllo be
hind their togas.
"Now," remarked tho bride, ns tlmy
departed on their wedding tour, "let
us act so that no one will know we
havo Just been married,
"All right," responded tho groom.
"Just lug this valise."
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
T T T
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Judd & Company
Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
Stock and Bond Broken,
Real Estate Agents,
Rents and Bills Collected.
American Arithmometer Co.,
Burroughs Registering Accountant.
St. Louis, Mo.
Office, No. 307 Stangenvvald Building!.
Tel., Main 223. P. O. Box 667.
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
CallTorn a Bred
Horses and Mules
can do so by applying
by letter to the : : :
Umuula Sheep Station
Have horses on hand to suit any and all
R. W. JON fi8, Manager.
Kamuela P.O. Is'and of Hawaii
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These were bought direct from the manufact
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Le Pngctt Liquid Glue, In packages to suit.
Fcntlicp DiiHtcrH, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
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LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
e Pacific Hardware Co., i
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One, Style Out of Many
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Standard Goods. None Better.
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Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and
Vehicles of all sorts made to order, : : : :
CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND
TRIMMINGS ; a fall stock always on hand
Carriage Repairing, Black-
smithing, Painting, Sign
Writing, Etc., Etc. ; : ;
KING AND SOUTH
John A. Ha88iner
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent,
Office, Mdnemy Block rxt to C. I. Falk
CLOT ill NG.
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
Lunch nnd Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuanu, neat dou to faddy
Ryan's Encore' ikit-ia
AT RIG4T PRICES. ALSO' P.CTURB
MOULDINGS AND WINDOW SHADES AT
1178-1184 Union St.
Tel. 62 Main
1 n p. o. Box 522
rchltwts, Contractors and Builders
Edward R. Swain,
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Honolulu, T. H.
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'ealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
4. F. BBRTBLMANNB
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
TEL. MAIN 04.
JMne. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building. Fort Street
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
havf ctuitd hindf nJ will t con
d.cteJ on antlstptlc plini. 1 1 ,
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Window Shades, Curtain Poles
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An artlc'e which haj stood severe
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Sample can be seen
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A. Harrison Mill Co.
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Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
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All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
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ENGINEERS AND : : :
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ROOM . BOSTON BLOCK,
New Map of Oahu.
Conpl'ed from Government Surveys and Charts,
Maps of Suar Plantations, Railways, and Other
Reliable Sources. THE map is )Mt INCHES,
with artistic colorings and neat mountings, mak
ing a very useful as well as ornamental wall map
THE PBICE of thb map Is $.0 03. Copies can
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Improved and modern, SUOAIl MA
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executed at shortest notice.
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