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RVENINO nUI.LV.TIN, HONOLULU, 11. T WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 1901.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Ilrnolulu,
T. II.. by the
BULLETIN PUULISI1INQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FAItlUNQTON... Editor
Entered at tho Post Offlca at Hono
lulu as sccond-ehps matter.
Per month, anywhere lu U. S....I .75
Per year, an) where In U. S.... S.00
Per year, postpaid, lo elgu 1J.00
Pa) able lnarlub)y In advance.
Telephone .. ..
Pott Offlcc Uox
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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7. 1901.
Average street sales per month
nf fh. RnllMIn for the five
months ending July 31st 9,235
Street sales of the Bulletin tor
the first four days of the pres
ent month 1,913
etc, al. nf h Bulletin Mon. '
day, August 5th 540
Street sales of the Bulletin Tues
day, August 6th 641
BUSINESS MEN OF THE CITY
ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE ANY
INVESTIGATION THEY PLEASE A3
TO .HE ACCCURACY OF THESE
FIGURES. THE BOOKS OF THE
BULLETIN ARE OPEN TO THEM.
TIIIJY EVADE THE ISSUE.
The Aihcrtlser crawls on Its belly
In most npnruud st)lo. and (ontlnues
to hide behind the barrier of the news
stand controlled by one of Its ini
plojes. Eery newspaper man and eciy
business man of these Islands knows
that the news stand ictiirns nrc not
In any sense a complete or honest test
of the circulation of any paper. When
the AiUcrtlser and Star will publish
the street sales of th"lr respective pa
pcrs, thereby chine tho business men
of this city a complete knowledge of
the totnl sales of these waning organs,
then the Uiilletln will urge upon nil
newsdealers to glc out the sales of
this paper to an) one who may apply,
The Ilulktln has no means of ascer
taining the street sales of the Ader
tlservor Its wavering Kinlng Echo.
Nor hns it endeavored to obtain the
talts of Its contemporaries at the news
Hands. Tho Bulletin Is satisfied to
mind Its -own business, stand on Its
own bottom without icar or favor from
any one. The Ilullctlu Is and nlwa)s
has been ready to meet any honest.
btraightforwnrd propositions regarding
circulation or general business matters
which Its contemporaries may offer
Honesty and falrdcallng hns been and
Is the policy of this paper. If our con
temporaries ennnot meet on this com
mon ground wo sincere!) regret It.
lA't the Advertiser In 'manly fnBh
Ion" publish Its street sales each day.
Let tho Evening Echo follow meekly
In tho trail of Us suzerain lord. Glva
the business men of tho city the honest
Information that Is their just due.
, Irft the Advertiser b a step further
nml stnte bow many regular subscrib
ers It has along the line of the rallwa)
and then compare figures with the
The testimony thus far offered by
the Advertiser would not be accepted
In any court of the land as establishing
its circulation. It Is not accepted nB
reliable testimony by the business men
of the city, nor by any newsdealer ex
cept the cmplo)e of the Advertiser who
presides over the Oahu railway news
stand. The testimony of tho Uulletln
Is accepted by nit business men, and
the Advertiser Is free to put this testl
mony to any test It sees fit.
The pondeious oigau started out
thinking Its club wns loaded with sand
but, unfortunately for the organ and
Its echo, they find thctr weapon Is
meiel) a windbag, easily punctuied
Official Call at
Sam Johnson, th ehead of the gar
bage department is now nicely quarter
ed In now ollices In tho basement of
the Capitol building. He Is properly
proud of his layout, but is feeling bet
ter over a compliment paid htm by the
heads of departments, Including tin
Governor, than over anything else.
Johnson s report on tho cost of run'
nlng his department contained start
ling revelations on the subject of run
nlng a stnble. Johnson has charge o
a stnblo on South street where forty'
four head of horses and mules aio kept,
his report showed that It costs the
Territory less than $12 per month per
head, Including tho hire of hostlers
and stablo men, to keep this equine
tetlnue. This Is more than 33 1-3 per
cent less than the usual cost in other
government stables. The facts seemed
Incrcdlblo to the! heads of departments
As u consequenco Acting Governor
Cooper, Supeilntendent of Public
Works J. II. llo)d. Treasurer Wright,
Marstou Campbell and other govern'
ment (initials have called at Johnson's
(tables to seo how ho runs thing's,
These distinguished callers have gra
tified Mr. Johnson very much and
while ho did not consider his barns
of especial Interest, he now feels It Is
only pioper to say to the public that
cullers aie welcome at all hours,
Tho trim baik Albert, which for
years has neen running to this port,
leaves tor tho Sound In ballast and
will load lumber for Illlo. This is tho
first trip tho Albert has ever made
from tho Islands la ballast.
Tho steamer Sierra from Ban Pran
rlseo, with a great number of passen
gers and n big. mall, an hod this
morning nfter a very pleasant trip of
a llttlo over six dn)s.
The Btrlko of teamsters and feder
ated labor organizations In California
nml nil over tho States, In fact, Is .in
sinning nlarmlng proportions, and It
was with dlWciilty that tho big steam
er got away on time.
At tho Inst inlnulo all her firemen
wnlked out, and men had to bo picked
up In n hurry to work in tho flro room.
A gnng of men from tho Illsdon Iron
Works was got together and they went
The Sierra went to tho Pacific Mall
whnrf to let her passengers ashore.
She moved to tho Oceanic whnrf lo
conl and discharge Ivor Irclght as soo.i
an the Sonoma pulled out.
Tho Sierra brought many well
known Honolulu people, nmnng them
being J. C. llalrd, W. A. Dow en nnd
family, Mrs. Porter Ilo)d, Mrs. Henry
Castle, II. Congdon, Miss Hose David
son, John Ena nnd wife, E. S. GUI,
Mrs .Haalclea, A. Herbert nnd wlfo.
Wnltcr CI. Iljiiian, Mrs. K. G. Krueger
and family, J. Lcadlngham, vvlfo nnd
fnmlly, C. A. Long, Miss M. E. Lyman,
Mrs J. A. Magoon nnd children, J. P.
Merry, V. S. .V. .Mrs. P. Moaner, V. T.
Rawlins. Mrs. Hanoi Itickctts, C. dil
llol. .Mrs tlcnry lloth, J. V. Sopor, C
H. Tcaff. Goo. S. Wntorhouso, II. M.
Whittle) and many others.
T here nre a number oi through pas
sengcrs for the Colonies.
IN II NEW (Oil
New York, August 1, The Indepen
dent Sugar Kenning Co. had filed with
the county clerk nt Elizabeth, N. J.
articles of Inrori oration. The capital
Is put at $125,000 but this ran be In
creased nt wilt. The home olllce of the
company will be at Kenwood where
Henry C Chrlstensen. one. of the Incor
porators, resides. The other Incorpor
ators niiuud are Henrj 1. llohart and
George II. McGlnnls. Their address's
an given at front street. New YutK
Ity. While the delnllt of the concern
nte not made public hre, It Is said
that th( formation of tho coniern Is
the foundation or development of a
strong rival to e-.lstlnj combinations,
Tho charter Is ample to cover almost
an) thing or to be expanded In Its
scope nt any time. It Is drnwn under
what has bo-omc known as the "blan
In the Police Court this mni-rlng.
Joe, a bread wagon dilver, was find
5 nnd costs on the charge, of leaving
his horse untied In the street. Tl.a dn
fc ndant was represented by Attorney
Corren who stated that the man had
been driving a bread wagon for the
past five )ciiih and had never gotten
himself Into trouble before. He
thought the defendant should be rep
rimanded as It was n great hardship on
drivers of bread and milk wagons to
bo hauled up for every offense of the
kind. It would mean that a man
would havo to tie up his horse at
every place he mlgTit happen to call.
Judgo Wilcox said that ho did not
make the law and ho would theiefore
tmposo the fine already mentioned.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Wilson was fined $5 and costs on tho
charge of assault and battery on Win,
Smith, Doth are sailors, Ab soon as
Wilson appeared before Judge Wilcox
he was recognized as having been in
the Police Court about three months
ngo. The Judgo asked sono q icstlops
and the answers proved that Judgt
Wilcox has a good memory for Luc
It Is reported from Rome that Arch
bishops Ireland and Corrlgaa will hci
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Notice to Creditors.
The unJmlgn4. CM -a T Morrliin. fuvl z b en
arpolnei Lxecu rl ( the will of Hugh Morrltnn
lot of Maktell, Kiuai, drctatvJ, hereby glvei
notice to a I pertons having c im agalnt Hie bttit
of mI J Much Morrison, JteaJ, ti pre writ (tit
fain io her at the office of W ). Srt Ith Honolulu
within fix months from the dt of the publication of
the notice or they will be foievtr barrei
CLAHA T. MOkRISOS.
Honolulu, Aug t, i o4t Aug'T u t8
Notice to Creditors.
The unitrfigneJ, Hanuea havmg fcn ippolnttd
acmlnlMtatrU of the ettiie of HaUi Kil i (ki, late of
honolulu, Oihu, dtceateJ, herety , vei notice to
all pernor.! hi vine claimi agilnit thtthtate of tald
Halal Kalu, deceased, to irttent the wmeto her at
the offce of W. O, mhh, Honolulu, within x
months from the date of ihe first put! catkn of this
notice, or they will be forever barred,
Honolulu Aug y tool iQiot Aug-T n n,?8
Notice to Creditors.
The unJmlgned having hetn duly appointed Ad
mlnlitrator of the estate of James II Hunt, late of
IK no ulu, Oihu Jecraw I, hereby gives notice to all
per tons htvli g claims agiinst he estate of sa'd de
ceased 10 preM.nl ilie same duly authcntlcatid and
with proper vouchers. If any exist, whither secured
by mjttgage or oiterwlse, to Mm at hlsothceon
Aurchtnt street, Hotolulu within six nonihs from
da v, cr such claims will be forever barred
Administrator of the Estate of James H Hunt,
Honolulu, Aug. 7, loot. 1610-4. Aug-Ttii.t iS
PROTECT YOUR CLOTHING.
GOOD FORM TROUSCR HANGERS
THE FAVOIUTiJ SHIRT HANGER,
GOOD FORM COAT HANGER ....
SHELF BARS AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were dourM direct from the manufact
urers, and our prices are marked accordingly,
Lc Pngct l.lititd Glue, In packages to suit.
Fcnthcr Dufttcru, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
.... Stnnctt'H TooIh ....
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Pacific Hardware Co., w.
.One Style Out of Many
of a new
UP - TO -
, Stylish, roomy anil comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN 20;. P O. BOX 664
W. W. WRIGHT
Spacious New Quarters
at the junction of
KING and SOUTH STS
Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons and
8 Vehicles of all sorts made
CARRIAGE MATERIALS AND . I
TRIMMINGS ; a full stock always on band
Carriage Repairing, Black
smithing, Painting, Sign
Writing, Etc., Etc. ; ::
KING AND SOUTH
John A. Hassinger
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses anj
General Business Agent.
Office. Mclnerny Block nxttoC. I. Falk.
to order. : : : :
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
Lunch and Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, ntir Nuumiii, n.il dooi lo rtii)
Ryan't "Encoft" iki9-ia
AT RIGHT PRICES. ALSO P CTURB
MOULDINGS AND WINDOW SHADES AT
ALAKEA ST., BET. MERCHANT AND QUEEN.
Phone Main i;8. P. O. Box &8.
1178-1184 Dnlon St.
P. O. Box s-22. Tel. 62 Main
rchltects, Contractors and Btitldera
Edward R. Swain,
JTANOEIWMb ELD ,
V. HOTFWANN. U F. RILtY.
Hoffman & Riley
f. O Boi6o
Geo. V. Page. Tel. 229
F. W. Beardslec. P. O. Box 778
BBARD8LEE b PAGE
rchitccts & Builder
Offlco, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1441
OP ALL, KINDS.
'ealors iu Lumber and Goal
ALLRN A ROBINSON,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
t. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or oluco 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
H. J. NOLTB
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Wllliarns
Art Embroidery, and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : i :
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building. Fort Street
gl'P.CIAI. ATTENTION TO
25 cciUh, at the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
The Evenlne Uulletln. 7K i. .,.
THREE OF A KIND
BEAT TWO PAIRS .-
But n lull House bents them hot It
A FULL HOUSE OF
UCBICIS 111 rdllll5, -ll5, ViUUISIICS, ft
Stains, Putty and Glass, oria-
mental and plain ::::::
In all shades and at prices to suit.
Window Shades, Curtain Poles
and Fixtures, House Lining, Room
Mouldings Llnerusta Walton and
EVERYTHING FOR INTERIOR
DLCORATIONS. : : : Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint ,
Guaranteed to dry hard and glossy tt
and will not crack, peel or chalk. 4
OUR MIXED PAINTS g
are the best on the market. Send
for sample card. ::::.: 5
Chinese and Japanesa Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
0$ Hotel street, jnd
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O Boxi. TEL-HiTto?
Lallt' tklrts ctttnt J . Clothing
clHlwd,dtJ ind itr'irtJ.
Suits nide to o'ltr.
Fit eu.r.mt.j. lotttpiki
Furl Strttt. ntir Kukul, anj
nr Orpbiun Tbtattr.
. fl Cltinlnr on suit, jui
Hawaiian Bricks t
Pntronlzo Home 0
An artlc'e which has stood severe
tests, and which can be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Simple can be seen
at the store of...'...
Lewers & Cooke,
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON All KINDS OP
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 j$2.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND ; : :
Plans n4 nllm.lt, furnished for .11 cUns of
ROOM jco, BOSTON BLOCK, . HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
Compl'cd from Government Surveys and Charts,
Mars of Suar Plantations, Rallwas. and Other
Kellabl. Sources. THE MAP is )lxtt ifccHBS,
with artistic colorings and neat mountlnts, malt
Inc: very useful as well as ornsmen al wall map
TUB PBICO OF THE MAP IS $10 oo. Copies Can
n JAS- T- TAYLOR.
P. O. Box too. jo Judd Hulldlng, llntulut T, If.
or HAWAIIAN NEWS Cli . LID
aonolulu Iron Works Ct
Improcd and modern SUGAK MA
CHINEUY of every capacity and de
scription made to orilar. nailer work
and nrVETnD PIPES for Irritation
purposes a specialty. Particular ntten-
uon pam to JOLTWORK, nnd repairs
executed- at shortest notice.
F. W. Thrum,
ROOM 400. ttOSTOX "RtQCK.
Al Choice olSolldSllvcr.Uold I'litc
.., 0iitu,,, ii,wuriiiit,iuittl.
A new and my J Ian. Send Stamp
ami we mail in.triictlniiH.t.tlmnnU
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