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nvnNiNo nw.LvriN, Honolulu, h. t., fiuday, auoust ic. 1001.
BHPflTOHri v Jr
Publlflhed livery ly Htcept Similny,
at 210 King Street. Ilrnolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE II. KAUIUNa TON.. .Editor
UnUted nt tho l'oit Office at Hono
lulu a second-class nutter.
SUDSCKU'l ION HATES.
Per month, an where lu U S....$ .73
Per je.ir, an where In U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, ro ilgn 13.00
Payable InviirliiMj In mltanco.
Post Omce llox 718
AlOl'ST 1'J. 1901,1
Average street tales per month
ot 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
Street sales of the Bulletin Mon
day, August 12
Street sales of the Bulletin Tues
day, August 13 .
Street sales of the Bulletin
Wednesday, August 14
Street sales of the Bulletin
Thursday, August 15
BUSINESS MEN OF THE CITY
ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE ANY
iMvrc-rmA-rinU tufv pi rAQP A3
to THE ACCURACY OF THESE1 '" """ respects It will he foi the oujlctonnUe frtures arc those In con
FIGURES. THE BOOKS OF THE bcnellt of the Terrltoiy for the ma- ma with the law
BULLETIN ARE OPEN TO THEM.
tin.. .. Ml rM.I. t li.ttllnr, IVmr nv
plain his rcmaiks to Judge dear' 'I he
Circuit Court ludgo has passed the
wold up to the higher court for lutu-i
Had Aiting Governor Cooper ns
i.uniul the duties of Acting Attorney
General and Deput) he would not hnvu ,
apologized to ludgc dear. Indeed no.
tic would have pulled a iinrdoii on tho
Judge signed bj the Acting Govouior.
Attornej Central Dole and Chief
Justice Kiear have siirreedcd lu treat
ing more chaos approaching annuity
In twentj-four hours than tho 111 gai
ly convicted prlsoneis could pi mime
lu ns mauj j tars
Norman I Culmau who Ins been In
vesicating the touilltloii of the Kansas
haj trop saji the situation Is tho ninct
disastrous the State ins ever known.1
Politicians will do w II to wntch th"
llifluonte of this haj trop. in dajs of
adversltj freak political Ideas sweep
over Knrn-nt like a fierce prairie lire.
What about the appointment of
Houert iiojd, an incompetent and
n Home Hultr, who was made
Koad Engineer after the Republi
can organization, in strong terms,
and In the presence of a leproson
tntlve of the Superintendent of
Public Works, who had refcrrtd
the nntTtr to the organlr.itlon,
had protested against sum a
t ourKe Adv t itlser.
What Republican organization pin
Ic steel" against the uppnlntmcnt of
Koliut Hovel'' The Htpubllian oigim-
Izatlon did not and has not piottsied
ng.ilnst tho appointment and i.on I..1
si) well aware of the fatt as tho Advo. -
Now wheio does Justice Perrj Chlel
Justice Kreai's scconcl-tho-motloti ns
botlate on the bench, get off It ap
peals that this bicond-thc-inotlon Jus
tice was the same person who, ns Judge
of the I'lrst Circuit, sentenced men
now Illegally held In prison, and nou
ns an associate Justice again sits In
judgment upon the rights of these
men. Can It bo that Chief
Frcar and Justice Perry did
member the fact of Perrj having been Jcbto Jnnicg has nlioady lie-n mri
Judge of the lower court when lortaln' duecd bj the club In satlsfaetorj shape
of these pilsoners were illegally eon-1 but the Punchbowl thtater Is mulled
vlcted? Or wero Chief Justice Drear as to seating enpacltj n that In older
and his associate ignorant of this scn-to atccde to tho demand of well wlsh-
lente in the Organic Act: ".No Judgo.trs and ndmlieis of tho tlub tho Oi-
shall sit on an appeal 01 new tiial, In
nny case, In which ho mnj have given
r. previous Judgment"? Or dots Ptrrj
now tonsldei himself only a second-1
the-motlon iiEsoclato nnd not a Judge' I
It looks very much us If Justice Peiryl
has ustii pul d now authoiltj true to
transition period methods. An expo
sltlon of the law In the tase by Chief
Justice Krcat is awaited with no little
PLAYING TI1H OLD GAME.
The Attorney General and tho Chief
Justice are again nt loittrhtnds with
the Plrst Circuit Couit. This Is a
pastime In which the executive depart
ment seconded by willing followers of
the Supreme Court havo Indulged
before and the samo methods arc In
evidence, tho same appaieut desire to
defeat and disci edit the Circuit Court
nt ul linznids.
Tho incidents connected with tho
habeas corpus eases before tho Grand
Jury, the dealings of tho Chief Jus
tice with tho Attoinej General's de
partment aid tho Grand Juij of the
Circuit Court aie along tho samo llncj
as the attitude of thu Chief Justice
' when Thurston under ec litem e of tho
courts was admitted to the chambers
of the Justice, to confn regarding hid
The Chief Justice of tho Supremo
Court now ns then has put himself In
u most pitiable light. He Is not satis
fled to allow the law to take its course)
In his own court, but must meddlo nud
Interfere with the administration of
Justice) lu thu lower court. He with the
Attorney Generals department phi) a
tho game to mnko tho Judgment and
action of the lower court Inoperative)
not by a legal decision, but thiough a
eonfc'ixiice with the Grand July fore
man of tho lower court, the icsult ot
which is to tnlluiuce the Juiy against
the emit is and statement ot law given
bj Judgo Geai,
Justice Frcar secKs tc sae himself
fiom the disgraceful petition In which
lie U placed by raisins the citiisttun of
personal ernclt. He states that ho
did not positive!) nssot what the de
cision of Ills court would be In these
h n liens corpus cases.
Is the Chief Justice ready to nisei t
tl.at the decision of the Vlupicmo
Court will not be lu tuor of licarlnk'
the habens corpus cases appealed li
the Attorney General? Is lie prepnrid
to state that he dues not know, und
did not know when tutKing with the
foreman of tho Grand Jury that the
anneal of the Attorney amoral would
be allow id cm n majority decision of
his lourt, Justices Krnr nnd I'eny
fur and Justice tinlbrulth against?
It Is piesumed the Chief Justice
takes the same position as the Deputy
I Attornej Central who raid ho did not
'ndlt' the Grand Jury but "told
them It might be n good. Idea."
Doubtless Chief Justice I'rear
thought and still thinks "It might be
n good Idea" for the business of Jiitlne
dent's couit In so far as It relates to
prisoners Illegal! convicted during tho t)anison of the Master Plumbers As
transition peilod to be ihickcd or stop. ,otutl,, nd President O'Donnel of
ped until such time as his court Is able ,,, Ilml1,cr8. Union, tailed nt his
tc make a decision favorablo to the olUcc ln ,he Jll(1Unry Elding, when
Attorney lUncral or cen till such the) nrrm1i th(,. ttero hmui C0)J
time ns hit court bIiouIi! ocrrule t hc.nt lhv nBl.cenient between tho two or-
uccisions oi me anpicuii- conn ui i..r
I'liltcd States lint such "Ideas nre
along tin line of political scheming. '
niwr. uiL- iiuijuiii, oi .uu .imiu.li:
iuiui unu uiB .i."-.- .. . u :
iirmngm is iog.in s.iiiicicniuni-in
.. t.tnl tl.la ,.iil. .t Ctiti.onin 17m, rt
.....in ,..o .....j..... ....I'tw... -....
mnj again perfoim the quasi legisla
tive functions of the transition period
and rule out of this Tcrrltor such
portions of the Constitution as do not
suit the will nnd pleasure of former
joruj oi ine supreme uoun nn. mo,
Attornej Orneral to uirry heir sc homo
to r full frult.on. Let them tamper '
" """ ,url(',s ?m,,"?rr.",5. V'C
ClanaMn fViliKl . ln lT.vCtl it Ulnlnd 1
oU,.i-m..- y.n "' '"- Y """""""
nun inereoy csinousu iiejouu titles
tlon the true character of the men for
which the Republican administration
Is iinfortuintcly responsible. With
such convincing nnd Incontrovertible
evidence nt Its illKpcnlil there will
be but one thing for an honest ndmlii
Mrntlon to do. Put the olllclul life
of this Ton limy on an American li.i-l
tin. Such n bis's v III never bo
le.ulicd till the Doles .ind Trears nio'
ctlred to pilvrtc life
lS IN TO A WOMAN.
h Wn a Chinese bltjillfct was
fined $-" and costs lu the Police Com I
this foictioon for running Into nnd
capsizing n ludj on Nuui.n linear .Mer
chant strett jtsteidny afternoon The
an est was mndn bj Ollltcr Kalal'.lcln,
the clcik of tin' receiving station. Ka
laklela states tint when he saw tho
Chlnamnu, ho h.n? loit control of his
hltjtle. A couple of ladles were vvnlk
Ing across the street on the trostdug
and Into one of these the Chinnuinn
lode. Iloth fell to the ground. The
blejellst arose, mounted his wheel
qulcklj and was about to ride off when
a detaining hand was placed on his
Judge WUcoy told the defeiMnnt runt
ho had no more right to learn to rlclo
a blcjele on the street than lie himself
had to train u wild T.-lVBe In the sninc
place People had a perfect right on
the street turnings nnd In well regu
lited cities, vehicles of all kinds were
made to stop and nllow people to gi t
across '1 Ills state of affairs will prob-
ably come about In time when llono
lulu should hao municipal govern-
JI'.SHIi JAMH8 OAT; II.
Patrons of the drama will hnvu an
opportuultj to indulge In their favorite
amusement tomorrow evening it too
Orphcum when the Vouths' Di.uiiatl?
Chili will give n icnclltljii of the buidcr
trngedj Jesse James' Oath. 1 Inv
Youths' Dramatic Club Is quite an am
bitious organization possessing their
i own seenerj and stagu In the.li social
hall on Pundibovvl.
plieum has been tinted foi toniocrnv
'I he general publli will prolnbly ap
probate tho pt escalation of bomotl'li'
n tho nnuisemtnt line and them is
every piobnbllltj of a eiowdrl house.
The box olllio will be open all duv
tonioriovv and intending patrons v.ll
find no lack of nmiisement and excite
n. cm In the thrilling scenes ot the do
lugs of the bold outlaw.
The case of Kallluli, charged with
distilling lleiiioi nt a place In Kniihl
was completed In Judge Dickey's court
jesterdny afternoon. Attorney Kaulu
kou appearing for tho defendant and
Deput) Sheriff Chllllngwortb for tho
prosecution. As In tho case of Men
el cs and Cnwilho, the testimony was not
very length). There wns nbsolulo
proof of the fact that tho defendant
had distilled okolchao and he was sen
tenced to six months' luiid labor and
to pay a flno of JJOO
A Iftttl llnhlt.
A Poitiigtiese appeared In tho Po
lice Comt this forenoon on tho ehnrpo
of tiding u hit) do without a light 'lhv
defendant stated that ho was ildins
along by the side of a tramcni because)
his light had gone out and he had been
unable to set It going again. Judgo
Wilcox fined thu man $5 and coses und
then delivered himself ns follows'
"This piactlte of ilding along bv tho
side of (laments Is a very bad one If
thu management ot tho 'lintiiw.
had sciib'C incjui,li they would stop It,
but 1 do not suppose thej will"
Those wishing reliable horses, z-
pcrlenccd drivers, new rigs fair prices
.end courteous treatment should call hi
the Territory Stables Their telephono
numbar Is Main SB They deliver ud
call for rigs free of charge.
II SEE BID
RECENT AGREEMENT WAS ,
AGAINST l). S. STATUTES j
Compact Between Strikers and Bosses
Ordered Toru up by District
Attorney to Avoid
The ngreement rcachcul by the mas
ter ami Journeymen plumbers, after a
stlll.e and contentions lasting nearly
tin re months has been knocked Into n
locked hat by United States Attorney
J. C. Ilalrd.
Yesterday In response to a request
from tho nlfttrlrt AHnrnni lrnadlnnr
s..,ut0ns. It was poTTitcd out 'tit
,,,, thn cnT;ltl , H progloni are
, l0nnkt ,, tll0 Ullltcr S(atc8 Iaw
aKnst combinations. The penalties
w,.ro mcl,ti(lcii nd the the way to
nuiI troul), wag ,,, 10lnlf.n , i
... ... I
'inp rnnrnftrmnf Una nf llm wn np.
ganlzatloiis, which are now nt peace I
wltli each other, but wlflth hao been I
at war, thought the matter over nudj
told .Mr. Ilalrd that they would nt
once rclse the agreement nrul remove i
all objectionable fenturcs. Tho only
Mr aril ,,, lh,3 Inorn,Jg ,
Bllllctln Iel,0,,cr thl, ,hc ,,llln,ucr,
ma(Ic no lfmMo u aU ult woul(, n,
nnrp ntitl l11tnt.v mmlliV thnlr mn.
tract to conform with the Ian
What must be done to tho contract
to make It legal?"
Mr. Ilalrd replied: ' Like the nig
ger's gun, nil It needs Is a new lock,
stock ami barrel."
Dcslcles the amounts collected by
the finance committee of tho labor
unions and published 'n nnntlicr col
umn, tho following nmounts have been
collected- Hlshop fc Co, $. M.
Phillips S. Co. ?2.'.; Paclfle Ilardn.im
Co , $25. and Ilcnson, Smith d Co , $2. I
' ' i
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKJJA, - HAWAII
j. g. iikxhiques, ruop.
Horses and Carriages
For Bxcursi ns
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages taeot the 8. S. Mauoa Loa
a Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookcna, where tho steamer Is met
An artlc'e which has stona severe
tests, snd which can be furnished
as vvantcJ, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
Sole AgcntH. ,
BISHOP & CO.
Tiuiunut n Genet nl Banking
aiul Mschmigo Business.
Coinmeieial nnd Travelers'
Lt'tteiii of Ciidit issued, nvnilnble
in till thu ptiiieijul cities of tlio
Inteiot nllouitl nftcr July 1,
1S9S, on fixed ilepoita 7 tiny
noliio 2 per cent, (this foua will
not licnr inteieit uiiltss it rcinniiis
nmliitiiilinl for ono inonth), 3
months H jicr eeni., 0 months !) 1-2
per tent, 12 mouths' 1 per itut.
Finn Job Punting nt thu Bul
EE PROTECT YOUR
GOOD FORM TR0U8ER HANGERS
TIIC HAVOP.1TH 8IIIRT IIANGCIJ
GOOD FORM COAT HANGER ....
SHELF I1AR8 AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
urers, and our prices are marked accordingly.
Lc PngcH Liquid Glue. In pickages to suit,
Fcntltcr DimtcrM, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
.... Stnnett'H Tools ....
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Pacific Hardware Co.,
One Style Out of Many
x tSTT'S.- ''Its hltl' i'j---"S&j'ry
of a new line of
Stylish, roomy and comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
MEkCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN 2o. P O. BOX Ctqa
Chas. F. Herrick
I3S .MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANOENWALD BID.
Two Seated Wagons....
lleiny llnpncH, 8ent PiuIm, Coolcr, Housing, llnltcrH,
Ciirrldfic AlntH, Lmiin, IIpiihIich, SUN 6IIADC8, CollnrH,
WlilpH, Liip RuIich, lite, lite. I I 1 I I 1 I 1 1 : 1 1 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 MeJal, Paris Exposition, 1900,
John A. Hassingfr
Agent to R'ant Marriage Licenses and
Gener-U BlsIiusj Agent.
Office. Mclnerny Block :i-xttoC I. Falk
Si 30.CO and upward
J. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1900.
OYSTIili AND CHOP IIOIHJE.
OPbN NIGHT AND DAY
1 iinch nnd Dinner a bpcclnlty.
HOTEL STREET, neir Nuuinu, neil doot to r44)
Ryan 1 "bncort" tkcf-im
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
ITASGtIWAlU BID ,
J F RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
V. O foi ifo
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. Dcardslce. P. O. Box 778
BBARD8l.EE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II,
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
pished on Short Notice. 1111
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sr Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
C WTRACIOR AND
Jobbing promptly uttendei to.
1. F. BBRTELMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or ofllco at John Nott's store. King
street, will reecho prompt nttentlon.
HOTELS I REET.
W. H. THONE, Proprlttor.
WhenYon W&qfe & ig
RING DP THF. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 618 FORT STREET.
8Uhl. 'Phone, 477
Hack Sund 'Phones, S19 unci 7
n IT HFT.T.'ntA
Drays for Freight
Our reprcscntathe tuccts all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and tie
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. White and Black Sand For Salt
Office nlth Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. SC.
W. LARSEN. HYr.
FOR BALLAST !f
f White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished j the Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FUDMSKED OS Ul KINDS Of
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Bllrds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
Ete Etc. .
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box ;;i.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINfcERS AND : : :
PUns nJ tillmate, lurnlthtj for .11 claim
ROOM joo. BOSTON 1UOCK, . HONOLULL'
New Map of Oahu.
Cotrri ed from Ciovcrnirnl Scrvcf An4 Chtrti,
Mac, of Suir PUntallum Railways, anl Oih.r
RellaM. Sourcti. THE HAC is )8xja inches,
cllhartlnlc coloclnc anj neat mounllnes male
Inp t very uaeful a, well at ornamental wall map
THE I DICE OP THE MAP IS $10 on, Copies Can
be obtained from
JAS. T TAYLOR.
P. O, flo in )o Jjdd HulUlnj, Hi-nnlulct T. H.
or HAWAIIAN WEWb CU , LTD
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAH JIA
CIIINURY of eeiy capacity and de
scription inndo to order. Boiler worlc
and WVnTED PIPUS for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notlco.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Willlpms
Art Embroldry and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials ; : .
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building, Fort Street
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