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HONOLULU, II. T., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, IDOL
Published Every Day Ieept Sunday,
at 210 Klnc Street, tlriiolulu,
T. H by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FARRINOTON... Editor
Entered at tlio Tost Ofnco at Hono
lulu ns second-class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, i
Per month, anywhere In U S....I .75
Per )eur, nnjnlicre In U. S.... S.00
Per ycai, postpaid, to elsu.. .13.00
Pitiable Invariably In ntUnnco.
Post OUlce llox 718
A 10 1ST S. 1901.1
Average street sales per month
of the Bulletin for the five
months endlncj July 31st 9,235
Street sales of the Bulletin for
the first four days of the pres
ent month ... . 1,913
Street sales of the Bulletin Mon
day, August Sth 540
Street sales of the Bulletin Tues
day, August 6th 641
Street sales of the Bulletin Wed
nesday, August 7tl 523
BUSINESS MEN OF THE CITY
ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE ANY
INVESTIGATION THEY PLEASE A3
TO THE ACCURACY OF THESE
FIGURES. THE BOOKS OF THL
BULLETIN ARE OPEN TO THEM.
When the Advertiser and Star will
publish the street sales of their io
specthe papers, thereby glUng the
business men of this city a complete
Knowledge of the totnl sales of these
waning organs, then the Bulletin wilt
uigo upon nil newsdrnlers to glu- out
the sales cr this paper to any one who
may apply. Hullctln, August 7.
The only answer the Advertiser has
to this honest proposition Is billings
gate and braggadocio. IT OFFERS
NO FIGURES. The Evening Echo
doesn't even peep. The proposal is
The Adertlsir's .iln effort to pump
wind Into Its circulation Is the laugh
ing Block of the community.
The Bulletin desires to express
thanks In nihatue for the kind words
the. Advertiser will otTer in the morn
ing for the llulli tin's Intetcst In tho
popular baseball boys.
The poor old wavering oigan still
take lefuge behind the newsstand con
trolled by an einploje of the Adver
tiser It was n sad cla for the pap
fieders when they bumped against the
ever popular Hullctln.
In these dajs when mechanic ul ap
pliances are being developed to anni
hilate space, llesh and blood Is keep
ing well up with the times. The re
cent performance of Crtsceus on tho
race track shows that the horse Is
tstlll a factor.
It Is to be hoped that bias Is not In
terfering with tho Attorney General In
his dealings with the Grand Jury. Un
til Mr. Dole makes fuither explana
tion or makes good by doing his plain
tint), however, the people are strong
ly of tlio belief that he Is treating the
public to .mother exhibition of unwar
Pinal performances of the Constitu
tion and Shamrock II would Indicate
that the aclit builders of Hngljnd and
the Unite il States havu about reached
the limit In the art uf designing for
greater speed. All Indications urn that
the earning International race will bo
a struggle between calling musters
lather than designers.
Acting Attorney General Cooper has
a clncli. If held for contempt for de
feating Justice In the Circuit Court
he can as Acting Uuvcrnor wrlto out
his own pardon and as Sccrctuiy of tho
Territory transmit the btory of tho af
fair to the Dcpaitment of Justice. Act
ing Governor, Acting Attorney Gen
eral, Secretary Cooper Is fast gaming
u imputation as a peach. The kick
that Is given Dsputy Attorney General
Cak heart evidences the reward meted
out to one of those thlrty-bcvtu inciii
beis of tho liar Association.
Whllo tho Territorial land ofllto Is
In the hands of Commissioner E. S.
llojil there Is no question of the home
steaders being given an equal stand
ing with the combinations of corporate
wealth. lly placing the homesteader
first without necessarily discriminat
ing against the corporations, Mr, Bojil
if. establishing a land policy that Is n
bine homo builder and consequently
u power for a higher standard of In
dependent citizenship. Make Hawaii
n Territory of homes though they bo
Miiall, and Its future advancement U
The Immense combinations of capi
tal find thoy have to deal with equally
Inct cased organizations of labor. The
labot situation throughout tho States
is the most serious the country has
ever faced. Thus far it Is free from
rioting and tho many unfortunato oc
currences that so often accompany
strikes, 'lhls, however, augurs no ad
vantage to tho capitalists. It means
that labor unions have learned their
weak points and strengthened by ex
perience; that tho strikes are guided
by mora Intelligent leaders, that tho
fioth of excitement hub given place to
it culm determination more illlllcult to
overcome Ijtbor Is finding its tre
mendous power when its activities are
properly ellrected, and capital Is learn
ing that the checks to possible greed
mo not to bo dealt with lightly,
The Hall flro calls for an Investiga
tion by High Sheriff llrown ns to the
whereabouts of tho night police. A
newsboy states that ho Bavv tho (Ire at
a: 20 a m, and at that time there wcro
no police In Bight, the alarm belli,;
tarried to tho flro department by still
another lad who took up the try of
the news carrier. Tho Hall store had
lilatu glass windows on two sides nnJ
the larger part of tlio plate was open
to full view from the street. It Is In
deed remarkable that such n structuiv
should be In the full grip of n Ante
file before the fire department C3
summoned and then by a newsboy. It
may be that the Police department ha
not sufileletit men to pioperly patrol
the business district. If this Is true,
tlio fact should be mado known ns soon
n.i io8lhle that the business men may
take such stepi ? will give the valua
ble down town property reasonable pro
tectlon from a repetition of Tuesday
Ah On, the plucky little Chinese oU-
cer at the Police Station, sajs that h
would rather tackle a great big strong
man any el.is thnn n woman, be sh"
ever so small l-'rom the appearance
of the otllcer upon his return froii
tcrilw; a warrant on a Chinese lady
esterday afternoon. It Is supposed
that he speaks with feeling.
The story Is this. A Chinaman cp
peared at the Police Station that 'ill
wile, Ah Young, had deserted him. V
warrant was prepared and Ah On was
sent out to serve It. Arriving at the
house where the woman and her moth
er were living, tha ollli er proteede I'to
do his ilntj. lleforu ho knew It. some
thing grabbed his hair, his toit ns
suddenly torn In twain, mid quickly
moving hands wete proceeding Io ill
vest him of the remnlnder of his gar
ments when he recovered himself
somewhat mid turned to find n Chinese
woman with ees each of which look
ed over the bildge of her nose He
bioke away, but was at a loss what
pait of himself the woman Intcnikel
tnrkllng next for the evis refused to
take on u decent nngle. Shu made an
other running Jump nt him and grab
bed the w;u rant. This brought A'l
On to his senses and he caught tho
vimian anil prevented any fttrtner vio
lence to himself. The ) Hunger woman
was arrested and taken to tho Pollta
Station. The mother followed In hr
wake .and nt tint I'nlicu Station used
such language that she too was put
behind the bars. Until defendants np
pcated In the Police Court this fore
noon and their enses weie lontluued
Oabu Athletic Club
Theie will be a meeting of the
eighty (haitcr members of the Oalin
Athletic Club tonight lor the purpose
of perfecting the organization and the
election of ntllcers. The meeting will
be held nt 8 o'clock In the new quar
ters of the club on King street opposite
the rullroad depot.
The charter membership includes
some of the best known citizens In the
city and tlio organization will start out
under the most favorable conditions.
The boxing Instructor for the club
Is J. S. Fox a man of wide experience
In athletics und a prominent authority
on boxing. The clb will give mouth
1) exhibitions at which only members
may be present. Public entertain
ments will also be given from time to
The home of the club Is a largo hall
which wilt be fixed up with all the
paraphernalia requisite in u first class
Decision was handed down by tho
Supreme Court today in the case of
Virginia Gomes vs. The Portuguese
Mutual Hencllt Society of Hawaii, up
holding the decision of Judge Hum
phreys lu the I'll st Circuit Court.
The bv-laws of a mutual benefit so
ciety pcimittcd a sick member to elect
elthei $1.25 per day during ills Illness,"
oi "medical attendance medicine anil
half u dollar a day," or tlio amount of
his hospital bill up to $1.25 a day. A
sick member elected "medical attend
unco," but afterward went tp n hospi
tal after being Informed by tho so
ciety's otlUeis that if he did so he
could have only $1.25 a day. Ho also
bigned a note for $100 loaned by tho
society to pay for an operation at the
Held, ho changed lili election from
the second to the thlid class of bene
fits and that therefore tho noto was
not void for want of consideration, as
suming that the society would have
Lecn liable for tho operation as "medi
cal attendance" In case, the member
hud continued under his flist election
and that the noto would In such case
have been void.
The opinion Is by Chief Justice
Prcur, Justice Galbralth and L. A. An
drews in place of Justice Perry, dis
W. A. WliitlUE, W. J. lloblnson and
J M. Vivas fur plaintiff; J. T. De Uolt
WAN TS 15 cents a line one Insertion, 25
cents two Insertions, 30 cents one week,
40 cents two weeks, and 60 centt one
month. 1 his Is the cheapest ujvertls
I ig ever offered to the people of Honolulu
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
.. .;. .;.
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPI'ICE LANE.
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8IIELP HARK AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
urers, and our prices are marked accordingly,
Lc PniVcH Liquid Glue, In packagf s to suit.
Pctitltcr DtiHtct-K, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
... Stnnctt'H TooIh ....
LARGE INVOICES OP NEW GOODS
i racmc naraware io., w.
One Style Out of Many
of a new line of
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. - None Better.
SCRUM'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TEL MAIN 2QS. P Q. BOX G64
I2fl .MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BID.
Two Seated Wagons....
llcnvy HnrneKH, Svvcnt PiicIh, Cooler, HnimlnftH, llnltcr-H,
CiiitIiiiVc MntH, Liiiiipti, HiuihIich, 8UN SHADES, Collnr-H,
Whips, Lnp RuIich, Ctc, Utc. tttitittitttt
Anybody wishing second-hand carriages
will do well by consulting us. : : :
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. P. HERRIQK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Bugy Co.
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
John A. tlassingcr
Agent to R-ant MarrHEe Licenses and
General Business Agent,
Office. Mclnemy Block n'xt to C. I. Falk.
S130.CO and upward
J- A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900,
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIOIIT AND DAY
i-uncli and Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuanu, neit dooi in Kadd
Ryan's "Lncor." ikiS-m
AT RIGHT PRICES. ALSO P.CTURfc
MOULDINGS AND WINDOW SHADES AT
ALAKEA ST., BET. MERCHANT AND QUEEN.
Phone Main is8. P. O. Box 818.
1178-1184 Union St.
P. O. Box 52?. Tel. 6j Main
ichltects, Contractors and Builders
Edward R. Swain,
SIANGCNWACU BID ,
J F. RILEY
HofVman & Riley
P. O. Box 160
Qco. V. Page. Tel. 229
F. W. Beardslco. P. O. Box 778
BBARD8l.EC & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Ofllce, HoomB 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice. 1111
OP ALL KINDS.
'ealers in Lumbor and Goal
Queen Street, Honolulu.
C .HTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attendel to.
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
Kins atreet. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will recclvo prompt attention.
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Heaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Hu Inline. Fort Street
gPHCIAL, ATTENTION TO
'J." centH, nt the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop
I'titt Kveulnc llullctlu. 7S cents tier
THREE OF A KIND
BEAT TWO PAIRS
But n full House bentR them lioth
A FULL HOUSE OP
Dealers In Paints, Oils, VamWies,
Stains, Putty and GU, oria- 4
mental and plain :::::: 2
Wall - Paper I
In all shades and at prices to suit.
Window Shades, Curtain Poles
and Fixtures. House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
LVbKVTHINQ FOR INTERIOR
DKTOKATIONS. : : : Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint
Guaranteed to dry hard and glossy
and will not crack, peel or chalk.
OUR MIXED PAINTS
are the best on the market. Stnd
fir ..mnl. -.r.l .... . XX
,v, aampit vuiu. . . .... j
CbluBSt) and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods-
fij Hotel street, .md
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O BOX 01. TEL-mmtqi
La J lr' skirls clean.. Clothlnc
Cleaned, deJ anJ rtrltJ
Sulti ma it too'ier.
Fit guarantee. Loctpilct.
Fur' Ctrtet. near Kukul, and
nar Orpheum Theater.
Price- Clean lor one suit, rsc,
i64q.m Dveinr tuli ft it
Hawaiian Bricks )
Patronize Home 0
An artk'e which has stood severe O
tests, and u lilch can be furnished
as wanted, In Rood condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers S Cooke,
Sole AjicntH. J
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON til KINDS 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 mi P. O Box 55a.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plan! inJ tttlmtlci furnlttwJ lor ll cUimi of
ROOM ko, DOSTON IILOCK, HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
Compl'eJ from Government Survey, and Charlt,
Mac. ol Suiir plantation.. Halloa) t, and Otl-er
Rellatl. Sourcei. THE map is 8xh inches,
wllh artlailc colcrlngi and neat mountings, mak
lnp a very uteful a well a. ornamen al wall map
THE I'KICE OF THE MAP IS Sio oc, Copies Can
JAS. T. TAYLOR,
P. O, U01 oo 10A Judd Ifulldlnz, Hi nolulut T. It.
or HAWAIIAN NhWh e.'j , LID
Honolulu fron Works Co
Imnroeil and modern BL'nAit ma.
CiIINi:RY of every caraclty and de-
Bcniuion maae to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular nttec
tlon paid to JOD WORK, nnd repairs
executed at shortest notice.
F. W. TtirumT
rtnoAr 4on nnsTn v m ook.
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