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r.VGNINO nUI.LV.TIN. HONOLULU. It. T SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1001.
PuMlnbeil Every Day Eicept Sunday,
at 210 King Street. Hr.nuhilu,
T. 11.. by thn
BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ CO.,LTO.
WALLACE It. FAUKINGTON... Cdltor I
Entered at the, Post Office at Hono
lulu its eecond-elasa matter.
Per month, nnywhere In V S....S .73
. i ... ,. f O rtrt
Per leur postpaid to ' vlgn..!!!l3!co'
Payable Inv.irlably In pdvancc,
Post OKIce Ilox 718
..ACGl'ST 10, 1901., Lctdlng has been reviewed In an appel
- - late tribunal, sitting perhaps at a dis
Average street sales per month
of the Bulletin for the five
months ending July 31st 9,233
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 5th 540
Street sales of the Bulletin Tues-
day, August 6th
Street sales of the Bulletin Wed
nesday, August 7th .. . 523
Street sales of the Bulletin
Thursday, August 8th 502
Street sales of the Bulletin Fri
day, Augutt 9th 501
BUSINESS MEN OF THE CITV
ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE ANY
INVESTIGATION THEY PLEASE A3
TO THE ACCURACY OF THE3E
FIGURES. THE BOOKS OF THE
BULLETIN ARE OPEN TO THEM.
When tho Advertiser and Star will
publish thu street sales of their ro
spectlvo papers, thereby giving tho
business men of this city a complcto
knowledge of tho total sales of thvso
wnnlng organs, then tho Bulletin will
urge upon all ncwsdealeis to glvo out
the sales of this paper to any ono who
mnv apply. llulletln, August 7.
. , .. ... ...... h.
The only answer the Advertiser has ,
to this honest proposition Is billings
gate and braggadocio. IT OFFERS i
NO FIGURES. The Evening Echo
doesn't even peep. The proposal Is
still open, Bulletin, August 8.
August 9. 3 till the Advertiser glvis
August 1U. More billingsgate and
braggadocio on the part of the Adver
tiser and a repetition of the firjursa
obtained from a newsstand controlled
by an Advertised employe. BUT NO
STATEMENT OF SALES.
Th AdvertUer publishes this morn-1
lug n Hpttial Wusulnfcton dlspatrli
vu-lttm In the Advertiser ofllce signed
by I). C. I.. Who the deuce Is I). C. L.7
If the Advertiser and Its echo Indl-
v Idueliy or collectlv ely could equal tho
street sales of the Bulletin, the lmsl -
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Th S wt, P bl, r .,;' uo
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thtlr sales without fuither urging.
The official organ says Hint the
"thirty-seven" membes of the IJ'tr
Association are still held by the Thurs
ton leading string of persona! spite.
It Bays nothing, however, of the oiw ' prcttJ. tll ln lhU Terrtory notvvlth
F. W. Hanker, who is kicking hlmulf ,lln(, , lnuny rt,,,ort8 ,0 til0 eonttary.
The auditor's summary for the
State of Iowa shows that the cost of
conducting tho State's affairs for tin
last two vcars was JI.570.CCS.T0. Com
pare this with tho $5,000,000 rcquitrr to
run this little Territory of Hawaii and
it Is not difficult to determine whether
the "btBt government on iarth" U not
also the most expensive on earth.
As a result of the strike masters and
mates are forced to turn to and bundle
the Honolulu cargoes la San Francis
co and Oakland. If the shortage 111
goods which local met chants fear, ma
terializes, Honolulu houbebolders will
soon have to turn their lawns Into
kltihcn gardens and spend their spare
time hoeing potatocn
Prisoners released by Judge Geai on
habeas corpus proceedings are hclu In
Jail; a prisoner Incarcerated by order
of Judge Gear 'and his release refused
on a writ of habeas corpus Is rdmltted
to ball by tho Supreme Court. What
the biased Attorney General and Chief
Justice Frtar can't do to discredit the
rulings of the First Circuit Court of
tho Territory Is past finding out.
Tho Evening llulletln gives better
value to Its advertisers than any paper
published In these Islands. It has first
the circulation; Is popular with the
people and follows the renerally recog
nized good business policy of favoring
the smaller ad fit a higher price as
against tho ponderous collection of
ifostcr advertisements that require a
mass of paper which tho subscribe!
uover takes tlmo to wale through.
It Is interesting' to note that the com
mission appointed to draw a plan for
beautifying . tho city of Washington,
ufter having traveled thiough Europe
aud making exhaustive investigations,
goes back to the original scheme drawn
up by direction of George Washington.
History and experience havo demon
strated that tho first American poDie:.
ed an oiWlnallty which no Eutopeans
have ever been able to improve upon.
If the toffco growers of the Territory
want an exumplo of tho spirit they
must show In seeking, protection for
their Industry, they may well take a
lino fiom tho effort to secure an Ameri
can Pacific table, Congies3 after Con
gress has hct tho cable proposition
aside. Hut nre tho people or is the
President giving up thn fight? Never,
That cable, llko tho woodchuck has got
to (omo, nnd Congress wlll not bo al
lowed to rest until tho necessary legis
lation Is provided. Constant, unremit
ting elfort wlll secure the duty on cof
fee If the people of this country will
take up the task with aggressive deter,
DEFYING TUB LAW.
Th Honolulu Republican piiMlahM
the following statement of Ian licnr
lug upon the appeal of AtlorncyT Gen
eral Ilole to the. Supreme Court to se
cure n reirsal of judge Gears action
hi the habeas rorpds cases where prls-
or.cra were released because of their 11
legal conviction during the high hand
ed transition period' (an'a one year's experience against thu
Moore. Justice, In Mcfarland s. I eighteen cars' struggling and check
Juhmcn. 27 Teas 105, says: red career of the Advertiser with ofll-
"To nllow appeal by the respondent i rln boodle marking lis every mile
from the Judgment of the court d Is- stone,
charging the applicant would defeat As n matter of fact, the Republican
lho l"lri'05e of the writ as a speedy and
prompt relief against Illegal detention. i
If the Judgment for the discharge of
the nppllcnut may be superseded by
Ian appeal, and the writ shall only ba
effectual for his security after the pro-
tant point and holding its terms at
long Intervals, It may well bo ques
tioned with how much propriety wo
have been accustomed to boast of tho
writ of habeas corpus as the great I
palladium of personal Illicit'. Such n'
construction would render the writ, In,
the cases where it Is moat lmncratlvelv '
'needed, but a solemn mockery. If the,
Judgment should not bo superseded by j
the appeal tho appcllato court would
be unable effectually to correct the ci-J
tor of tho Inferior tribunal. The nppll- j
cant would probably lmo passed bo-1
ond the control of tho court, and no
decision that It could make would In
many tascs effect his recapture or ,
rcstoratlon to the custody from which '
the original Judgment discharged him.
8o also the cases of Thn State s,
Everett, and State vs. Potter,' Mm!. IS.
"Says Church on Habeas Corpus!
'Sound policy forbids tho right of ap
peal being granted to the respondent,
nud the law has not conferred It upon
These habeas corpus appeals which
Chief Justice Krotr sajs will bo taken
up first at the special session of thn
Supreme Court will be Interesting for
more reasons than oil". First on nc
count of nn opinrtnt desire of tho
local Supreme Court to overrule the
s.)rcmc'Collrt of ,h0 Unlei, sutc9
u, 1)(J nmllslnK , 110te h(ltt it ls
,on(. Second, because tho public may
i,c trcntcd to some form of nn rxtuv
for ni-eptlng thu dictation of Attorney
Gnetnl Mole on ti most Himsy prt-
text, tueieby postponing Important
nwsin.oii mar. siioum ui nsiu up
I.Istcu to Thuiston's political follow
(is tail, of a policy of rule or ruin on
the nit of opponents. Wouldu't !
niuku von laugh?
Tlw Hniilil TrmiU l.i mnUni? snppd
f(J vlM(h ns (0 E,u, ,,rnmte thllt ,,,,.
of jts em,i0yfll wlll tench thu thro-1
scon-nnd-ten-llmlt before the road u
oi en to public patronage.
I ' ' '" '" " " "": " , " "",' 6 ".
. " 8,""'E J1 ' ,r-, V ' , m?
i the source of the tidal wave In the slllj
-l "'" of tc morning o,
.gnn which runs n close seumd to the
Thr- public Is surprised. It was gen-
The settlement of the plumbers
strike practically puts un end to the
,aLir oiKjme,, of Hawaii. Tul.eu by
..,, ,,. ..,.. ,., rilI1itl,i . uiona
THE SANDUAGGER RAMPANT.
Tho sandbag was featured In yester
day's editorial column of the Adver
tiser. A gunny sack was stuffed with
figures and swung from ambush to hit
the heads of passengers who wcro
vainly sized up ns "unsuspecting. ' Hut
the tuirian's weapon misted its mark
every time with the tesult that his
own head aches today from tho Inip.ict
of the thins on completing Its circuit.
It appears that the company own
ing tho Advertiser maintains on its
payroll a huckster who deals ln vari
ous descriptions of Iced swill, nlso.pic
tends to be a general news ageuf "on
tho side," his place of business being
n turner of the freight room of the
Oahu railway's terminal station. Quite
likely this merchant, fiom his connec
tion with tho paper mtutloned, has
leeched notice to take away his pres
ence fiom the station precincts on ac
count of the villainous fake perpetrat
ed on the company last Monday. In
I Buch a case, it would beromo necessary
to use tho cicuturo beforo It was too
late. Thereto! o he Is made to poso as
authority for a statement of sales
circulation of some of ihe local papers
upon the railway line. That any state'
ment of the kind, Involving dlvulg
encc of the private business of prin
cipals by a common agent, should be
made exposes tho true luuaidness jOf
i no sanuuagging assauu rigm away,
The indecent attack upon the chief
news agentB of the town, becauso they
decline to glvo an ay the affairs of
their clients In like manner, Is sim
ply corroborative evidence of the fact
that the railuay news agent Is con
ducting his business under false col
orsthat he Is not a general nens
agent, but a stipendiary of the Adver
tiser paid to destroy lnstend of pro
mote tho business Intrusted to him by
the rhula of that paper. That is, the
public is given tho evidence already
familiar to the legitimate newspaper
publishing trndo of Hondlulu.
The Kepublloan, that Is 'glVen "a
comparatively Insignificant flguro by
the uxuturo has long since ceased tu
give him business beyond whnt he begs
to sae his name with tho public, by
making a pretence of meeting calls for
different papers Impaitlally, Tha
Bulletin has nlrcady ehown, In cold
arithmetic, that despite tho creatures
efforts to retard Its circulation In faor
of the Star, tho old standard after
noon paper pioneer of dally Journal
Ism In Honolulu has been advanc
ing by leaps and bounds In public pa
tronage, leaving either and both of tho
"organs" far In tho rear. This Is
enuully truo of the Hepubllcan as
compatcd with the boodle nnd.slogger
guild of local journalism. The Sun
day Hepubllcan alone fur tho month of
July only four Issues has enjoyed
sales three times tho entire boasted
talcs of the Advertiser at the railway
station tor ihe twenty-seven of tla
lames that month, A? It Is highly Im
probable, that the Advertiser's entlro
sales amount to onc-fourtn of the C.75
times more than the Sunday Republi
can, the ndxertlslng community nay
readily see how far superior this pa
per Is to the Advcrtlcr as a regular
Advertising medium, ullh the Ilepubll-
'has received unnumbered testimonials
without solicitation of
Its value as
nn advertising medium.
tion is steadily on the increase and at
the picsent stage of its existence far
exceds that of any other dally paper
In Honolulu at the same age. Its oft
teprated beating of the Advertiser In
the matter of news Is surely mnklng a
irarit for It In the community. Twlco
within a few weeks hau the Republi
can given the main news feature of
the day to Its patrons many hours
ahead of Its competitor nourished In
recent limes past to Its ponderous
avolribmnls of tinner ntunVrl with
"sc'entlflc miscellany" to make It an
eclectic wonder and a heterogeneous
hodgepodge of "original" hogwash.
COMPETITION HUG R REFINING
r san Tranclsco Chronicle.
Wo do not believe that tho sugar
truEt can cvor C8ca,)e effective compc-
t.lIon. Uaw matCrlal Is too abundant
nniI thcrc lg no ho,)c ul moopoiy ex.
t-pt by the control of production.
Capital for competition In the sugar
business Is abundant. Announcement!
Is made by a strong and well known
(lrin of New York Biigar dealers that it
Ir about to cicrt a teflnery of a capa
tlif of 1500 barrels a day on the Hud
son river, oppns'te New York. This
Arm has been n lirgp importer of re
fined sugar. Later it obtained its sup
plies from the trust, but wns cut off for
undci selling, and icturned to thcN Im
pelling business. Now the firm and
Its Llrittsh allies have concluded that
they might as well have the profit of
refining, and there will be moro com
petition for the trust to buy off or in
dure. If the trust buys this new f,i
tory another will bo lirllt fc- rale 'o
It and so on forever. Ilulldlng sugar
faitnrlts for n certain market Is a
TUB SUGAR CONSPIRACY.
The suggestion of the picsident of
1 sugar Trust that tne duty on raw
sugar bo abolished can only be tle-
tcrllicd as a tool piece of audacity. It
is u calmly expressed desire to ste tho
tugir Industry of the Un
destrojed entirely, and tho
'dined sugar given over without re
bene to the trust. In delivering this
death blow to n great and grow Ing in
dustry, In which hundreds of millions
aie Invested, the Nation would cast
aside as an unconsidered item of tariff
icvenuc In the list. It ls not likely
that mi thing so monstrously unjust
and unwise tan be In ought about.
The following cases wtre disposed of
In the Police Court this forenoom
Three cases of gambling, ball forfeited;
one tasc gambling, $10 nnd costs; one
case gambling, continual until August
12; Joe Aknna, vagrancy, reprimanded
and discharged; Ah Chcong, larceny
Ir the first degree, conmltted to the
Circuit Court for trial; Vokoyama, rid
ing without a light, $5 and costs; Chl
jono, larceny In th" tcond degree
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted Willi
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. :,::::
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
HENIIY 8T. GOAIt.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign, Stocks anr
408 California t.,
(tan FpancUco. Cat. 117
W. C. ACH1 & CO
Brokers & Dealers
J"Wo will -Buy or Sell n,eal Estate It
all paits ot the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 West Kino Stw i
L'JKE F LEIUOND,
CIMS. M UniOND
. . Agency . .
AH Collections Promplly At
PROTECT YOUR CLOTHING.
GOOD FORM TROUSER IIANGER8
THE FAVORITI1 8IIIRT HANGER
GOOD FORM COAT HANGER ....
SHELF BARS AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
ure's, and our prices are marked accordingly.
Lc PngcH Liquid Glue, In package to suit.
Feather Dutcrn, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
.... Stnnett'B Toottt ....
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW G00D8
e Pacific Hardware Co., i
One Style Out of Many
JIiiiMmLWt-- IfiiliiiW '
i (JIJ' 'fi'lj'J i '-''larrffeiR -v-w.
of a new
UP - TO
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. .- None Better.
SOMAN'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET.
12 MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANOENWALD B'LD.
Two Seated Wagons....
Heavy HnrncHS, Sweat Pntls, Coolcra, Housings, Halters,
Ciirrlngc Mats, Lumps, Brushes, SUN SHADES, Collars,
Whips, Lap Holies, Etc., Htc I I I I I t I I
Anybody wishing second-hand carriages
yil do well by consulting us. : . : : ,
Jt-f 'illjii laflss. fu. Wy
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. P. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
John A. Ho8Siner
"Agent to grant Marriage Licenses and
General Business Agent.
Offke. Mclnemy Block nu(t to C. I. Falk
FORT AND ALAKEA.
P. O. BOX Km
Si 30.CO and upward
J. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
l-uticli and Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, ner Nuutni1, ntit loot to f'H
Ryiti'l "tncort" mip-ia
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
STAKOtNWAtU ntD ,
J. f. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boa ito
Geo. W. Page. - Tel. 229
F. V. Dcardilee. P. O. Box 778
BBARD6i.EE t) PAGE
Vrchitects & Builder
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. 11.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
ealerB in Lumber and Goal
Queen Street, Honolulu.
C NTRACTOU AND
Jobbing promptly uttended to.
rl. F. BBRTELMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hitel near Nuuanu
P O Box 961.
TEL WHlTIi qi
La3l' ikliit ctrantJ. Clothing
cltniJ,dveJ nJ rpiri.
Suits mi J too'dtr,
F.t ruarntteJ. Lomtp let.
Fur trett, near KVkU, aai
nr Orphcun Ttttaicr.
, . M''c OcanlDttont ult, tic,
An artlcfe which has stood severe
tests, and which can be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
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,
fel. White nil P. O. Box 552.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plins and eitlir.tci furnished for .11 cltsies of
ROOM jco, BOSTON DLOCK, HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
Coaipl ti from Government Survey! and Cham,
Man of Suar Plant.tloni. Railway, and Other
Reliable Sourcei. THE map is jgxit inches.
with artlktlc colcrlngt and neat mountings, mak
Ing- a very useful as well os ornamental wall map
iTHgroicaopTiie map is Jto.ee, Copies can
teobtalmd fron M
JAS. T TAYLOR.
P. O. Ilox too toVJudd Hulldlng. H nclulut T, II.
I NEWS CO , LTD
Honolulu Iron Works C .
Improved nnd modern SUGAK MA
CHINHIIY of every capacity and do
scrlptlon mado to order. Doiler work
and ItrVETUD PIPES tor Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular attor
tion paid to JOB W0IIK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
TEL. AiAIN .
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping,
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroldery'Taujht : s :
Love Building, Fort Street
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