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nVHNINO nUr.Lk.TIN, HONOLULU. II. T MONDAY. AUGUST 12. 1901.
Published Every Day EJcept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, llrnolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE II. FAIUMXGTON...Kdltor
Entered at the. Post Office at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Ter month, au where In U S ...$ .
Tcr )iar, oniwhoro In U. 3.... 8.00
Per icar. postpaid, fo elgn . ..13.00
Pn)able Invariably In advance.
ever except that assumed by practical
lj pla Ing the fraud so far as the peo
ple of these) Inlands lire concerned.
Alfred S. Hartwell whether he be
agent, attorney oi prlvnto citizen
know. well that the peorlc of these
Islands afc a unit for a cable tu'eon
ncct Hawaii with the Mainland He
knows also that, with the exception of
u few Individuals who like himself are
Interested In a private corporation
tihtiuc, the people of these Islands
did not at that time and do not now
CAPITAL GROUND LOAFERS
Vagrancy In Honolulu Is growing
dally, notwithstanding the efforts ol
the police to rid the city of the unde
sirable element that persists In walk
ing abroad during tlio early hours ot
the morning nnd sleeping or prowling
about on the premises of icputable
An j cue passing In the Capitol
grounds during tho day time may bcv
care a snap of the linger whether thai a number of questionable looking
cable Is laid, controlled or conducted, characters lying about on the grass.
Ly the United States Government or n 'Uio Place has been thrown open to
private corioratlor asslrted by a sub- the public and anyouo who wising may
sidy. In posing as a representative of tnku advuntage of tho cooling shade
the people Hartwcll misrepresented f tho trees but when It so conies to
PROTECT YOUR CLOTHING.
Post OtIUe llox 718
A fill ST 12. 1901,
Average street sales per month
of the Bulletin for the five
months ending July 31st . ..
Street sales of the Bulletin for
the first four days of the pres
ent month . .. .
Total street sales of the Bulletin
for first 10 days of this month.
Average sales per day
BUSINESS MEN OF THE CITY
ABE REQUESTED TO MAKE ANY
INVESTIGATION THEY PLEASE A3
TO THE ACCURACY OF THESE
FIGURES. THE BOOKS OF THL
BULLETIN ARE OPEN TO THEM.
the people. No one knows It better
After n lapse of two cars It Is pos
sible to view HartwcUs mission to
Washington calmly nnd without preju
dice. Ills work hns had time to speak
for Itself As a special ngcnl of thA
IjIiik about on tho lawn and sleeping
un the grounds ut any time during the
day and sometimes at night, people
In the vicinity register d vigorous kick.
It Is Just this kind of pcoplo who are
appealing1 In tho Police Court dally on
the tlnrgo of vagrancy tnat are to be
then President Dole he was a complete found lolling about on the Capitol
and absolute failure. The $10,000 paid grounds dally. A citizen living op
him out of the government treasury iPoslto the Capitol grounds on ltlchards
might betttr have been thrown Into stint snld to a Bulletin reporter this
the street. His fee from the cable com- forenoon
pany Is not known bit what he did "The people In charge of the Capl
for the cable company Is clearly set tol grounds should bo moro careful
forth by Senator Perkins of California
It Hnrtwtll can be proud of his record
hp Is not open to congratulation
GOOD TORSI TR0U8CR HANGERS
THE HAVORITB SIlfaT HANGER
GOOD FORM COAT HANGER . . . .
8IIEL.F BARS AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
ures, and our prices are mirked according.
Lc Pnftctt Liquid Glue, In package to ult.
Fcntlicr DuHtcrtt, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
.... Stnnctt'H Tooln ....
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
ITAIOENWAID BtD , MONOIU
V, HOFFMANN. J F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
Estimates Furntthe J.
p. a Box 160
When the Advertiser nnd Slnr will
publish the street sales of their re
PpiUlvo papers, thereby giving the
business m n of this city n complete1
Knowledge of tho total sales of theso
waning organs, then the llultctln will
urgo upon nit newsdealers to give out
the sales of this paper to any one who
mn npply. Bulletin. 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
still open. Bulletin, August S.
August 9. Still the Advertiser glv;s
August 10. More billingsgate and
braggadocio on the part of the Adver
tiser and a repetition of the fifurea
obtained from a newsstand controlled
by an Advertiser employs. BUT NO
STATEMENT OF SALES.
August 12. Childish wrath evinced
over Bulletin's bassball contest. No
Tho Supreme Court pas ris little
attention to the Hag as It dots tho eon-ttltutlnn.
VII IIMIILIW M
Ibo Advertiser Is having n horr'St
lime trjlng to dlscovi-- Its correspon
dent "D. C. L." credited with a special
dispatch from Washington.
W &AAA A. A jA.
One of the latest additions to thu
published norkn of the lamented Eu
gene Fklil Is n volume entitled "A Lit
tle llool. of Tilbune Virsc." This Is a
collection of Klclds' poems that ap
peared In the Deliver Tribune whllo
ho was connected with the stnlf of that
paper. 'I be v.ork of compiling has
been done by a friend and associate,
Joseph U. hiuvvii. I lie volume con
tains a few of thu poems which first
tunrlcd Held un the mad to fame and
wile later inlaid nnd published b)
him The majorit), however, hnvu not
hitherto been asueii.blcd in book form
though maiij were copied far and wldo
without Keiicml ciedit btlug given to
the author. 'Ibo richest or the field
KeniH :ue to be found In tho voluuia
and while that si'itlun uevottil to
,ooii.s of eliiluhuud Is the most at
ti.ut ve the woiideiful versatility of
the- nutlioi Is biuught out In Poems of
the liople, Western itso and l'nro
d.es, etc., wherein the p.isslng com
ment of the ilu) and the politician
furin the theme. No collection of
I'lelds work t an bu complete without
this volume'. It hi lugs out the poetry
In humdrum llfo as It appealed to the
author In the dally grind of newspaper
toil. Ever) thought Is bright with
I'ield's stcadfust originality.
'land), Wlioler & Co, of Denver,
Colo , arc tbo publishers.
about this matter of niton Ing people
on tho Capitol grounds, when the
H net Ice wns first begun during the
rigular session of the Legislature, la
dles could go In of an evening nnd
spend nn hour or so In what Is one ul
tho eoolcst spots In town. 'Ibis Is no
longer posslhlo for bums of all kinds
congregate there and women who go
li arc Invariably Insulted."
Geo. V. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. BeardBle., i' ' -Vfio. Box 778
trch.tecte & Builder
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice. 1411
OF ALL KINDS.
ealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Pacific Hardware Co., m.
Labor unions set a high standard for
celebrations last car. It Is not
their custom to fall below provlou
averuges, the pcoplo v.ilrhavo nn c
portunlty to make up for lourlii e."
An ex-Governor of Alabama furnish
ed all Incident In the proceedings of
tho constitutional convention b) draw
ing a knlfo when tho iergeant-nt-arms
attempted to remove him from th
floor of the house. Had as It was the
first legislature of the Territory nf
Hawaii can't hold a candle to tbo
brethren of Alabama State.
Acting Governor Cooper dlsplajs a
glimmer of good Judgment when ho
sets about discussing the special ses
sion with party leaders Mr. Cooper
ma) Justify his own conscience In tak
ing nn optimistic view of Territorial
Income, hut business men are unable
to Join In his views when public work
Is completely tied up throughout the
Territory. A special session Is tho
only businesslike solution of the situ
ation, and the Chief i:ecutlvo should
get himself in line with the legislative
branch ns speedily as possible.
This anniversary of the American
flag raising In Hawaii finds this Tcirl
tory as peaceful and Its people as gen
erally contented as could bo expected
under tho circumstances for whlct 'l.e
(lag Is In no way responsible. Tho
Hag should never be held responsible
for the net of a shortslghte 1 Pr-sldeiit
in forcing upon tho people a ren-nl
of bitterness nncTstrlfo which It was
within his power to wine out. The tUi
should not bo held rcsnoimlbl for, tbo
effortB of local officials to tipd itndei
foot the first principles of human lib
erty nnd Justlco which every Aincil:aii
outside Hawaii Is taught tl.o Hag rep
resents. The flag In ll.twull lmjw.
Is slowly but surely upholding Its
reputation us an edunitn-. Iho oPl
clals and the people an learning, not
withstanding thn regretubln fact that
It becomes ncccsiurj to whip u frnc
ttous minority ito linn with fair
minded American thought. The rude
awakening that tho peip.o will nile Is
steadily approaching 'he status of a
llrm though unwilling c-invictlor.
Dr. 13. S. Goodhue, author of "Be'
ncatb Hawaiian Palms and Stars" has
brought out a new volume entitled
'Out of the Pigeon Holes." Dr. Good
hue has made a vast Improvement over
his effort that produced the book on
Hawaii. The title Is well selected. The
subjects dealt with ranfblo from
poetry plet), childhood and the g-ave.
Theie are many original and refresh
ing thoughts well put, to fit the pass
ing mood. It Is not a volume that will
bo read from cover to cover at one
sitting but rather furnishes refresh
ment for a leisure five minutes n doe
tor's moralizing to bu taken In small
doses ns needed. '
Tho author thanks no ono In i ar
ticular but cvcr)une In gcnernl for
their help In the production of la
book. He puts the Individual en 111"
same' piano ns the pharmacists. "We
are nothing but triturates, wo could be
nothing else unless wo neic hoiu In
space or In a vacuum J jr." He then
tirreeds to draw from miny pluses
of life, moralizing hero and nu occa
sional Jest there, whero the ncMonV.liy
of the author tells what e.tlierb think
ot him w Ith the same (reuJuu. that he
prescribes methods of Ufa for others
To one In a mood for a raniutlug dis
cussion of life's everyday affairs t'iei
Is much that is suggestive and attrac
tive in tho volume.
Published by The Oorge K. nutlet
Publishing Co, Alma Mich.
Lord & Lee, publishers, Chicago,
have brought out a now Illustrated edi
tion of Comtc C. de Snlnt-Germnln's
"Practical Palmistry." This Is one of
the most complete and attractive vol
umes on palmlstr) that has )ct been
published. No detail or lino Is left out.
The sclenco of palmistry Is given a
thorough explanation and accompany
ing charts furnish all that It needed
to become an expert hand reader.
Cloth 50 cents, paper 25 cents
Acting Governor Cooper entertained
Delegate Wilcox and a number of ofll
clals at his euuntr) fiomc on the
Peninsula Satin day After a delight
ful luncheon ut thu Cooper home, th
party took the launch mid weut for u
ride about th cbeautlful harbor.
Among those present were the follow
ing: Delegate und Mrs. Hubert Wil
cox. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. T.od, Mr. and
Mrs. 15. S. Ho)d. Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Wmrlght nnd .Mr and .Mrs. Cooper, the
bust and hostess. Mr. Wllcoz. In
speaking of the delightful outing till"
forenoon, said that the pnrt) vv is ta
in to the place where thu liau'i sti
tlou would probabl) be located He
said fuithcr that he had been over tbo
hnrhor prtvlousl) but never before
was the excellence of Ho plate
brought as vividly to mind. In his
mind, there wat, no doubt whatever
tint it largo amount of money would
be nsknl for the next session f Con
gress for the Improvement of Peari
Harbor. Among other thlnts, Mr.
Wilcox bad the following to fiij :
"The Nav Department will do all
In its power to develop Pearl Harbor
as soon ns possible. Of course the
great trouTiIo w 111 be when ft is sought
to obtnln tho li estnto lani.s. Tin 1 1 be
Hove that can be arranged. "vVhcn the
Nnvy Is fairly settled In Pcatl Harbor
von will see tho shipping interests tak
ing steps townrd tiirthcrliig.Uiclr own
Interests down there.
IIAIJTWKLL AND THE CABLE.
Tho statement of Senator Perkins
regarding tho activity of Alfred S
Hartwcll In blockading cable legisla
tion brings Into local prominence facts
that were common taM: In Washington
during tho time when Hartwell was
under pay of tho Hawaiian govern
ment, as the special agnnt of the then
"President" Dole. Hefercnco was
ivnde by tho Uulletlu at tin- time to
tl.o dual I obi Hartwell wns pla)ing,
but this paper was unable tit tint tlmo
to Kccuie the direct cbargo which Is
now lodged ngulnst Hartwell b) Sena
lly what authority did Alfred 8
Hartwcll p'uto that tbo people of Ha
waii aro In favor of a cable built and
controlled 'by u prlv.ito corporation'
Was ho authorized thus to spnak by
thu then President of n defunct He
public whom ho represented' Or did
Alfred S Haitwell, speilal agent of
the then Picsldent Dolo lake occasion
to play Into tho hand of Alfred S
Hartwell, nttorney for a private cor
liorntlou without any authority what-
L, W. do Laurence Is the author of
an Illustrated volume on Hypnotism
published by tho Alhambrn Book Com
pany of Chicago. The book Is attrac
tive lu make up and well Illustrated.
H)pnotlsm In all its phases Is dwelt
upon. Directions are given how to
h)pnotlzj nnd the usca to which the
art may bo put full) ret forth.
A Dlnrcputiible Locnltty.
Tho vicinity of Hcllct Camp No 2
baa been a very much complnlne
about placo itf late Natives have ben
idling swipe:, in d gambling gi ips
havo been running nightly. The heap
liquor sold has encouraged ill kind'
of debauches and the law abiding resi
dents have been vciy n lull auuoycl by
the resultnnt fight l nnd brawls.
On Saturday .light I lie pollca r.tdil
a number of '.hi joli.u about eh pl.u.
and (.tic of tho 't n pmced u i lei ar
rest was S. K Milui) The dc.cndin'
appeared In th'i Pull, o Court thli, fere
noon und plead.'d guilty to the charge
lie explained tln II v.r.i. the vei) 111 Bt
time he hal o r lciio anjthlii of
the kind. Ho would never do It again.
Ho bad been getting verj blind of l..'e
and could not do any wirk." 11" lia)
therefore taken to sellin,; llquui as u
means of gnliilns n livelihood.
Walalua finished grinding on Friday.
Tho yield for tho season Is reported to
be 12,000 tons. This Is about 4,000 tons
short of the estimate. The stock was
offered on tho stock board tiTTs morn
ing for $79 a share. ITic old made for
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
T T V
J. M. VIVAS
POST OF FJC E LANE.
a New Lot of . . .
CHINE8E GAMHLHRS FINED.
Fourteen Chinamen, nrrestpd In
I'auoa vallcySiifurda) night while ln
dulglng In n gaino of 'ptlkaii," appear
edIn the Police Court this foicnoan
Hvcry man plcnded guilt). Judgo Wil
cox remarked that a good man) com
plaints had been made "by ynrlous pen
pie about tbo Chinese being discrimi
nated against In tho matter of nrresls
on tho charge of gaaibllug. Ho w lulled
to demonstrate to tho Chlnebe his do
slro to treat them Just as he had a
number of white men who had appear
ed before blm on the charge of gamb
ling He would therefore lino each
man $10 mid costs.
In explaining the arrests of tlio Chf-
Qii gumblcrs Deputy Sheriff Chllllug.
worth said that a gnat many com
plaints had e omn lu of Into from thu
vicinity In which tho fourteen China;
men had been arrested. Heshlcnts
stnted that all kinds of games wero
going on up In that direction at all
kinds of times.
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H.J. NOLTE t
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Jobbing promptly attended to.
of a new line of
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or office at John Nott's store, King
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Standard Goods. None Better.
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Surreys S130.CO and upward
Phaetons 140. "
Top Buggies 95 "
Road Wagons 00. "
Two Seated Wagons.... 100. "
Brakes 35. "
Delivery Wagons 90. "
Carts 35. "
Harness 11. " s I
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