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evening, nuu.v,TiN, Honolulu, h. t., Wednesday, auo. 14, 1901.
Published Ecry Day Escort Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Hroolulu,
T. H., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE II. KAHUINaTON... Editor
Entered at tho Tost Ofllce at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S....J .75
Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
Per jenr, poatp.ild. ro elfin 13.00
Pn)nhle lnnrl.ihly In fihnnce.
Post Ofllco Hot 718
Wednesday .. AtiorsT n, .1901.
Average street sales per month
of the Bulletin (or 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
Total street sales of the Bulletin
for first 10 days of this month. 5,107
Average sales per day 510
Street sales of the Bulletin Mon
day, August 12 . . . . 522
Street sales of the Bulletin Tues
day, August 13 309
BUSINESS MEN OF THE CITY
ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE ANY
INVESTIGATION THEY PLEASE A3
TO THE ACCURACY OF THESE
FIGURES. THE BOOKS OF THE
BULLETIN ARE OPEN TO THEM.
When the Adtcrtlscr and Star will
publish the street sale of their ie
specthe papers, thereby Riving tho
business men of this city a complete
Knowledge of the total sales of these
waning organs, then the Ilultetln will
urge upon nil newsdealers to gle out
the sales of this paper to any one who
may npply. Ilullctln, August 7.
The only answer the Advertiser has
to this honest proposition Is billings.
gate and braggadocio. IT OFFER9
NO FIGURES. The Evening Echo
doesn't even peep. The proposal Is
still open. Bulletin, August S.
August 9. Still the Advertiser gives
August 10. More billingsgate and
braggadocio on the part of the Adver
tiser and a repetition of the figures
obtained from a newsstand controlled
by an Advertiser employe. BUT NO
STATEMENT OF SALES.
August 12. Childish wrath evinced
over Bulletin's baseball contest. No
August 13. Complete silence on th:
part of the Morning Organ.
August 14. More silence. No fig
ures. The men who figured on the sale of
the Huckfeld proper! as proof of a
slump In the real est J to market reck
oned from a biased basis. The slump
Is not even In sight.
When the official orwn of the Terri
torial government represents Hawaii
us being the sewer outlet of Oriental
Italian and l'ortu Klein labor how can
tho people of the Territory expect to
overcome the Idea that Oils Territory
prefers debased labor.
The Naktilna affair has brought tho
registrar's olllee out of tuv comer of
peaceful obscurity In which It has
basked for years. It Is to be hoped tho
Acting Governor can get nt tho merits
of the case. The genera! public can't.
The friends of'both -Mr. Thrum and Mr.
Nakulna hnvo fanned very postlve
opinions which they have no hesitancy
Tho Homo Rulers are grnbblng fa
ther time by a great long forelock. Gov
ernor Dole would undoubtedly enjoy
himself more thoroughly In the capa
city of a private citizen free from tho
cares of office but there Is absolutely no
foundation for the presumption that his
Illness Is sulllclcntly serious to pre
vent his completing tho full term of
the Governorship If ho desires to do so.
Health Commissioner Ilosley of rial
tlmoro Issued q,u appeal tu the people
early In the summer asking their co
operation In the extermination of the
mosquito. Ho advised every house
holder to pour one gill of kcroscno
oil into all wells and i proportionate
quantity Into nil pools nnd drains
whero stngnant water may collect, at
least once every two weeks. It Is ta
be hoped Ilosley will report on the re
sults obtained. The use of petroleum
to kill out mosquitoes In Hawaii has
alwuys been luughed it becuuse it Is
said that tho use of sufficient quanti
ties In lice fields and taro patches
would kill vegetation as well as mos-
nultn 1L'R. Plnrlni? notrntnnm tn unlla
Indicates that tho Health Commission.
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, .i V . , i i. t
quanti y of petroleum will kill the
mosquito without Injuring tho water
for drinking purposes.
Tho Advertiser states that some Re-
publican politicians are vvro.h over
what arc termed severe throw downs
of regular committee commendations
by department olllcers. This wrath
should bo of short duration and serve
us another Item In tho political educu -
Hon of tho Territory. No committee
should attempt to forco uny employe
on any department olllccr, nor should
a committee refuse to teturn the good
r,.i.i. n .i ,'",,
....... u, .. uM,a.i.,.tlll .,,,. vi , I
uro to Inform him of Its action re
garding uny candidates submitted by
htm Two men might bo equal
y good Republicans, ono acceptable to
the depiiitiiunt otllcei. tho other ac
ceptable to tho committee It stands
to lenbon Hint tho candidate approved
by tho department reaiouslblo for his
work should sec uro the appointment.
Supiemo political folly would bo evi
denced by tho endeavor of uny poli
tical (omiulttio to d I Unto tho employes
of uny department.
WOKK IS NtlEDCD.
Endeavors on the p.irt of the Re
publican executive committee to
strengthen part forces nro nlwojs In
order. It Is doubtful, honevci, whether
specific results can ho recured through
the precinct clubs nt this time. Par
ticularly In the uutslile districts Is It
dlmcult to stir the people to n realiza
tion that good politics if (mires con
stant work and careful wntch of every
flnffill tir nnsalMn mmn tn flin tmtltlrnl
giiiie. The average precinct club In
Hawaii usually tins three awakenings, '
first, before the primary, second, two
dnvs before the election and finally
p. hen the ballots are counted.
The opportunity now offers for tho
Republican party to carry out n lino
of lnslc work hitherto neglected. Thlt
Is Instruction In gcncril lines of Am
erican parties and Amerluin political
activity. A large pioportlon of the na
tive population went Into the last elec
tion with practically no knowledge of
American political parties what they
are and what they cndcivor to accom
plish Republican speakers Informed
voters that their party was the best:
Democrats followed the same Idea ami
Home Killers took up the same ery.
There was and has been no steniliakt.
continued campaign of education. It
was n complete play upon prejudlct
from start to finish and the next elec
tion Is likely to see the same thing re
peated unless positive work Is begun
now either through printed matter oi
public speakers to pou the voters of
the Terrltorj on the general IIiiih of
polltlc.il thought ns established b) Am
Delegate Wilcox's realization that his
position ns the representative of an In
dependent party reduced rather than
Increased his Influence was a practical
factor In Impressing the facts of Ani'
erlcan politics on the minds of novl
tlatc citizens. The Republican party
ought to follow this up with a further
exposition of political methods Get
the people once well grounded on Am
crlcnn political customs and facts and
prejudice will give wnv to principle,
the proper basis for political action.
rsOCKY OH ANARCHY.
It Is asserted that nearly 100 comic's
wire set at liberty jestcrday under the
irovlslons of the commutation net
pissed by the l.eglslatuie at Its Inst
Bcsfllon It Is nlsu stated that practi
cally nn ciinl number wl,T turned
loose In the nxl week under the pro
visions of this act. Philadelphia Mill
I'wo hundred prisoners set free In
I'tniisy Ivimla by vlitue of a recent net
oi tin- Stale legislature, vl no irj of
anaich is tuised within I'cnnliui"
nor Is the pence of the community se
riousl) threatened. Heio In Hawaii a
fen prlsoiicis were released because
they were Illegally convicted, deprived
of their liberty In practical violation
of the Constitution of the I'nTTod
States, the supreme law of the land,
and the- binned Attorney (Jenciii'l of
the Tcrrltoiy tushes through the
courts crying "Anarchy! Annrchy!!"
Furthermore, he Is cm1e.nor.ng to
force the Supremo Court of Hawaii to
defy the Constitution of tho United
States and overrule tho Supreme Court
of the L'nlted States. The least Hint
can be said Is that the officials of the
Territory have a gicat deal to Icjrn,
More Habeas Corpus
Argument is Heard
Tho Supreme Court heard further ar
guments today In tho habeas corpus
appeal of Trunk l'nhla. In his speech,
Geo. A, Davis, friend of the lower loint
went Into the merits of the guardian
ship out of which tho trouble giew,
The records of tho proceedings of Him
lower court In which the transaction
nf l'nhla and Attorney I'oepoe were
brought out were submitted.
At the noon hour Davis had not yet
concluded his argument, which will be
resumed at the afternoon session.
Yokohama, Aug. ;. General Sir Al
fred Gaselee and bis suite arrived at
Kyoto on .Monday last nnd put up at
tho Mlyako hotel, where tho Generul
lecclved a visit fjom Governor Takn
sakl. Sir Alfred afterwards paid a
visit to the Klyomlzu Temple and on
his way home witnessed tho sukiimi
(taking the cool of the evening) In the
liver bed nt Shljo. A walk In Shin
Kyogoku, the theater street of Kyoto,
concluded tho day's slght-seclng.
At 9 n. m. on Tuesday tho General,
in a canlage sent by tho city govern
ment, paid a visit to Governor Taka
sakl, ami then Inspected tho embroi
dery and other works In tho storo ol
Mr. Nluhlmura nt Snnjo. Subsequently
he paid a visit to several other stores
An Intended Journey down tho Ilozu
rapids was abandoned.
BLOODY FIGHT AT WAIPAIIU.
Thcre was "'""''V Rht between a
Chlneso nnd Japanese at Walpahu
'Oahu plantation, between 8 and !)
o'clock last night. In which tho China-
man wa8 qllUe badly cut up. It Is ro.
ported that tho light took place In ono
of the Japanese camps and that the
?f wns tho aggressor.
borer (,alc(1 , nt , ,aco of Uly
chinaman mentioned nnd ordered a
jdato of soup. This was given him
nnd he Immediately set to woik. Th.)
j Japanese then ordered nnnthei plato
r soup, which the Chinaman, ror soniij
reason or other, retuscd to glvo iilin.
'1 ht'n came tho fight. A number of the
, r'T'B "f, V" ,eHt,a"lnn.t1kceor we"
I to tho asslstnncii of tho Clilnninan, and
thi. JniinniBn uiw fcnim li linilnr imiii
In the scrap Upon being allowed to
n rise to his feet, he seized n knlfo
and wen' lit tho Chinaman. Tho uy
Htumlera again luterlerod and tho vi
lice weio sent loi
"I wonder what Evo said when sho
found felio hnd to leavu tho (linjcn of
Dion," said Mr, Grumpln'n wife, "It
was Just about what nil women say
when they are starting on u Journey.
Slio complained that sho didn't have a
thing to wear." Washington Star.
NHW CURE FOB TRUANTS.
An Austin father has Invented n curs
for truancy that Is warranted to be ef
fective In the most aggravated cases.
He has two sons, one 11 and the other
10 J cars old. They aio pupils at a pa
rochial school on Washington boule
vard. They are not bad youngsters,
Just bos. Tho father and mother wcro
Inn rifled n month ago to learn from the
sister In charge of the school that their
bo)s had been absent two weeks. They
had been leaving homo every morning
at the regular time and returning
promptly at 4 o'clock In the afternoon,
but the time Instead of being devoted
to study, had been given to explora
tions of the prairie country about
The father bought a conductor's
punch and gave It to the principal at
the school. To encn of the boys he
cave a card, having much the appear
ance of n commutation ticket, on
which was printed the dates of the
school dns in the month. One edge of
the cards was sewed to the boys' vests
under their coats so that they could
not sn) they had lost them.
Each school day the teacher uses tho
conductor's punch on the proper date
on the cards, and the Iiojh return home
hcailng proof that they have been to
school. Columbus Dispatch.
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost n faded old umbrella
.Made In IS 10:
Color, green; material, glnghnmj
Sewed on shaky' whalebone sticks;
I'reclous ns n family relic;
Rnther buggy, somewhat torn;
Like the one that grandma carries;
General character, foilom.
Found A brand-new silk umbrella,
Silver handle, stylish make;
In the very best conditio i.
(Just the ono a thief would take).
Why the owner ehobc he other,
Leaving this. Is passing stianire;
Hut If he's contented, I nm
I hnvo made a good "xchunge.
Somervlllo (Mais.) Jouri.i.1.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50 . 150 planted wiih
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIKXRIQUES, PItOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the 8. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallun and take passengers overland
to Hookcna, whero the steamer Is met
An artlc'e which has stood severe
tcst, and which an be furnished
as wanted, In good condition.
Simple can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
Sole Agent. 7
HENRY ST. GOAIt,
Members Stock unil llontl
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pun
chase and sale of Hawallai 8ugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
-103 Ciilliornln St..
Sun Ftnnclncu, Col.
W. C ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Roal Estate In
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Propeitles on Reason
'PICK, 10 WPST IflNr. STRFU
I'ino .lob Piiiitmg nt the Bui'
PROTECT YOUR CLOTHING.
GOOD FORM TR0U8ER HANGERS
THE FAVORITIi SHIRT HANGER
GOOD FORM COAT HANGER ....
SHELF BARS AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
urers, and our prices are marked accordingly,
Le Pfigcn Liquid Glue, In packages to suit.
Fcnthcr DimtcrH, fresh Irom the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
.... Stnnctt'n Tools ....
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Pacific Hardware Co., ud.
One Style Out of Many
of a new
UP - TO
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. - None Better.
SCHUMANS CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TFI.. MAIN 20s. P O. BOX 604M
I2 MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANOENWALD BID.
Two Sea ted Wagons....
Henvy lliii'neKH, Sweat PjiiIk, Coolers, IIouhIulJh, HnltcrH,
Cnrrl(ie MntH, Lumps, BpuhIich, SUN SHADES, CoIIuph,
VIiI)k, Lii RuIich, Etc., Etc. 1 t 1 1 I 1 t 1
Anybody wishing second-hand carriages ,
will do well by consulting us. : : ,
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY C. P. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
Gold MeJ.il, Paris Exposition, 1900.
John A. Massing?!
Agent to K'ant Marriage Licenses and
Gtnernl ULslness Agtnt.
Office. MclnernyHIock rwxttoC. I. Falk
S130.CO and upward
J. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
GolJ MfJal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
OYSTEIl AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
l.unch anil Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, neir Nuiunu, not dooi to Mi,
Rytn'l "Encort" tbi-iu
Architects, Contractor, and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
STAN.ENWAIU Bltl j MOIOltl
V, HOFFMANN. J. F. RILtY.
Hoffman & Riley
Oeo. W. Tagc. Tel. 229
P. Vf. Bcardslee. , P..O. Box 778
BBARDSt.EE & PAGE
irehitecte & Builder
Office, rtooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
ealera in Lumber and Goal
ALLKN fe ROBINSON,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P HTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
1. P. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlco at John Note's store. King
street, will recche.prompt attention.
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
When Yon Waqi&I(ig
, RING OP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 618 FOKT STREET.
Btabla 'Phone, 477
Hack 8Und 'Phones, 819 and 7t
P. R RKT,T,TTA
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
Wblte Jod Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. 86.
W. LflRSEH. Wft.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
EXCAYATIHG - CONTRACTED
30RAL ARD SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump CartB furnished by the Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON Ml KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO STm KEWALO,
Tel. White mi. P. O. Box 5 fa.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND ! ! :
Pltns and itlfnlcf fumUhfi for all clattti of
ROOM jeo, BOSTON II LOCK, HONOLULU
New. Map of Oahu.
Coispl'eil from Government Si.rvf)S and Charts,
Maoi of Suiiar Plantations, Railways, and Oilier
Reliable Sources, the map is iSxjs inches,
with artistic colorings and neat mountings, male
Ina- a very useful as well as ornamental wall map
THE pbici OF the map is Sto oo. Copies can
be obtain! 4 from ..
JAS. t TAYLOR
P. O. Boa og lo Judd Building, Hrnoklut T, H.
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO , LTD '
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAIl MA
CHINERY of every capacity nnd de
srrlptlon mndo to order. Holler work
and ItrVETKD PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular attcr
tlon paid to JOD WOIIK, and tepalrs
executed at shortest notice.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroldtry and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Tauilit : : :
Love Building, Fort Street