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evening nur.LwriN, Honolulu, h. t., Wednesday, auo. 21, 1901.
Published Ecry Diy Ejcept Sunday,
at 210 King Street. llmolulu,
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE n. KAIUHNOTON... Editor
Entetfd at the Post Ofllce at Hono
lulu as rccond-class matter.
Per tnonth, anywhere In I" S....I .75
Per year, nnjw litre In U. S.... S.00
Per jar, postpaid ro clgn 13.00
Panble Invariably In pdiance.
Post Ollliu tox 718
WEDNESDAY . .ALOVST 21, 1901
The arloti8 explanations of Secre
tary Hitchcock recent letter to the
Ooernor of Hawaii offeied In the
ufllclal press nmount to nothing moro
or less than a labored attempt to throw
the burden of criticism upon the su
perior oillcir Hitchcock. The fact that
Secretar Hitchcock gac out the Bub
stance of his letter to the Associated
Press Is sulllclent proof to those ac
quainted with department methods, ol
the administration's opinion on local
Eccutlo foolish schemes.
While New York and other eastern
titles and towns are making a lgor
ous war against mosquitoes, Hawaii
assumes n scinl-cjnlrnl rflr but roakis
no effort to destroy the pest, which ap
parently might be wiped out If tho
peoplo will set themselus to the task.
Prom all Indications the mosquito has
become such a llrnil) tstabllshed In
stitution that the piople prefer to give
it free swing What New York lan
do, howeer, Hawaii ran accomplish,
It needs onl an energetic clfort.
Tho Adxcrtlscr's hare brained jam
Is followed by huic brnluul attempts
at txplanntlon and childish bllllno
gate. I ho olllclal organ has made a
complete lizzie of Its r.ian sthenics to
mislead the public and It has leached
the point w litre the orly circulation
It taics to talk about Is that secured
fioni patrons of a soda water stand
controlled bj an Ailieitiscr employe.
Tho dishonest nitthods of the organ
are rapid!) placing It on the
debattd plane to which It-appaientl)
aspires In public tstttm.
SUGAR TKUttP SC1IL.MU.
What wc want above all things Is
free raw sugar and we are going to
get It llenrj 0 llaeniejer I'lesldent
of tho Sugar Trust.
This itmark of the Sugar Tnibt
leader Is worth of serious contempla
tion bj local biihlntss men when map
ping out plans for uctlon during tli4
next session of Congress. It may bs
llaeniter Is talking to bear himself
talk ,but as a rule he Is not given to
such amusements. It may be that this
lb a counter tlnead to scare off poach
er upon what the Sugui Trust con
siders Its exclusive picservts. Col tain
It Is that it fight against the tariff on
raw sugar Is to bo made at the next
bslnu of Congress. This If not se
emed through direct revision of tho
tin iff will be sought in reciprocity
treaties framed to accomplish practl
tnllv the same rt suit so far us the
main lndustr'v of this Ttnltory Is con
cerned. 'I his play of sugar factors previous
to the sission Is of sullle..ciill 3crlous
purtcut to wairunt the conclusion that
Hawaii will be put on the defensive,
having enough to do In taking caie to
maintain present favorable conditions
without looking about to obtain spe
cial exceptions for its special benefit.
Our sugar men will undoubted!) de
cide to keep their present fences well
icpalud and lut well enough alone.
IS Till'. INCKNUIAKY ABROAD V
It Is about time the Attorney (Jen
eial's dcpiutuiuit tuiuul Its forces to a
thorough Investigation of tho causes
of the disastrous fires that have de
stroyed marly a quarter of a million
dollais woith of propel ty in the last
The general public is satisfied that
tho Stock Yards lire wis of Incendiary
oilgln nnd nothing has been produced
to prove positively that the Hall &
Son Are was not the result of malice,
lioth disasters are shrouded In Hi) ti
ter), Just such ruvsteiy as it Is tho
business of the pollcs authorities to
uni a el. 1 he superstitious may satisfy
themselves by placing icsponslblllty on
the shoulders of fata. It Is even said
that some citizens consider tho Hall
Tire ns the work of And In meting am
punishment to a firm once an importer
of tire arms foi a revolution Possibly
the htot k Yards ilro can be worked out
on some such basis. '1 ho various
foims of disaster for which the Lord la
held responsible are past finding out
Tho old form ot bigotry by vv hleli Ood's
hand is discovered In tho misfortunes
oi an enemy la still oxlant.
The average, police authority and
business man, however, has learned by
expcrlcnie that material Influences alo
prlnio factors necessary to icckon with
at al Itlmcs and pnrtleul.it 1) when In
dications point to a malicious flic
fiend being abroad. Tires liko tlioso
Hits (It) has experienced aro more of
ten the pioduct ot human revenge than
distressing evidence or the wrath of
Cod. When one man succeeds In vent
ing his spite by firing the property of
an enemy, there are all too many tough
uliaiactei'B ready to take up the same
method trusting to public regard for
"nijsttrj" mid banking on It for pio
tcctlon against being discovered and
btought to account.
There Is Just as much rtv.on to be
lieve that the recent Arcs were started
with malicious Intent ni theio Is to
ci edit them to accident carelessness or
spontaneous combustion. There, will
be moro fires unless the pollen make
diligent (.catch fur possible! Int t ndlat -les.
The Evening Dullotln, 75 cents per
HAND OF INCENDIARY THOUGHT
TO BE IN STOCK YARDS FIRE
(Continued from pige 1.)
the fire. The statement Is mado thin
afternoon by men Intimated) connect
ed with the affairs of tho stables that
boventy horses weto binned to death.
Uhe ones that wore turned loom nr.
being gathered up tafia' nnd taken tn
the itlce stables on Brhool street.
Ihcro nio quite a number still ouf.
Vr probabiy these will ho securol
Three of the horses found th'a
morning weio so bidly burned that
the) had to be shot. A number of oth
crs have been tnken to tho stablea of
Dr. Shaw, where nicy are receiving
It Is Impossible nt this time to stato
Just what horses were nnd those that
were not burned In the Are. However,
the following Is n partial list of t'to
losers, tne majority nf whom also hud
carriages In tho stables: Pacific
Hardware Lo , 2 horses nnd two dra)s
tost: J. '. Morgan, 2 horses and w
gons lost; Ilergstrom Music Co.
horse nnd delivery -wagon lost: L. do
L. Ward. C. A. nice, C. O. Hall-n
tne, C. P. Orlmwood, Dr. E. C. Wa'fii
house, horse and carriage, each, loit.
Last week Ave hackmen of tho No
191 stand took their ancles and horses
fiom the Stock 'Vnrdu Stables Mid
put them ill ..ic new stables on Hole)
street opposite the hotel. Thus the)
escaped the fa to that met tho hacl.f
and horses of eighteen otner hnckniou,
nmong whom aro the following: Spoil
cer, Prniik Mills. Hugh Ilooney. Plnrco
and several Chinese and Japani"i.
Theio were twenty one hncKB ,11 all at
the stables, but four had not born ni:
up when the Arc started.
Lint of Irmurnnce.
So far as can be learned, tho folio v
Ing Is a complete list of Insurance
risks held by tho different compnnl
represented here: German American
Insurance Co. Jfi Dim; lto)al Insuranco
Co $3,300; Union Assurance Society,
$5,000: Commercial Union Assurance)
Co, 2 Win! Liverpool, London niid
(llobe, SJ.fiOn; Greenwich InBiiranco
i Co. of now York. $2,000; imperial In
jsurance Co. $2,0)0; Caledonian Insur
lance Co, $2 000; Northern Assurniuo
Co, $2,000; Niagara Fire Insurance
iCo. $J.0)n; German Alliance Assur
nnceCf). $.'000; Norwich Union, $1000,
Scottish I nlpn nnd National Insurance
Co, $700. Total. $a'.,ono.
FnMt HorncH Hnvcil.
.Mosquito tho property of I It
l.ouekB mid Nettle II. the Inure- tint
mado siuh n good record nt tho la it
incii. were snveil
The Stock Yards Co has taken a
Unipolar) ofllce In the Wright build
lug, Immediately opposite the site of
the burned stables. The safes have
been carried to that place nnd nil busi
ness of the com pa in will bo carried on
There Is to ho a meeting of the dlrec
lors of the conipan) tomorrow fore
noon. At that time, a statement of
the affairs of the corporation will bo
made and suggestions as to rekuTidlng
will be talked over.
No matter how fault) the telephones
of the eity have been In the past. It
must be said that tho management Is
nhve to Its responsibilities. A force
of men was on the scene before the
Aro had progressed ver) far nnd all
that could be done was being done to
save the property of tho company. One
man went up the pole that stands In
front of the Triangle storo and car
ried with hltn a bucket of water at
taeied to a wire. Tho bucket happf li
ed on one or two occasions to come
I Into contact with somo of the live
j wires and there was a great display of
blue lights. How the uiiin escaped
I fiom death. H a mjstcrj. He however
suceeded In putting out tho ilro that
I line! alieady beeu tommunlentcd to the
Grateful to Police
Tho stockholders, oltlccrs und dliec
lors of tho Stock Ynrds Co. wish to
thank Patrolman Kaeo the High Sher
iff, his deputy und the pollco officers
who did such excellent sen Ice al the
Weather Iluieau, Puliation, August
21, Temperature Morning minimum.
74; .Midday maximum, S3.
Daiomcter at 9 a. m. 30 02, Falling.
Rainfall 0 01.
new Point C8P.
Humldlt) at 9 a. m. 70 per cent.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50 x 150 planted with
fruit trees, 300. feet from
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKKKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIKXKIQUKS, PKOI
'Horses nnd Criri'iiftcM
Fop Gxcurtil ns
To the Volcano or th'j Mountains.
An excellent chance 1b offered for
SEE THE COUNT RY.
Carriages meet the S B. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and lal.o passengers overland ,
in uuuneuu, wuero mci bieainer is met
HE PROTECT YOUR CLOTHING.
GOOD rORM TR0U8CR HANGERS
THE FAVORITIJ 6IIIRT HAISGER
GOOD FORM CdT HANGER ....
HIIELF BARS AND CL08CT LOOPS
These were bouf-ht direct from the manufact
ures and our prices are marked accordingly.
Lc PngcB Llqtitct Glue, In packages to suit.
Fcntlicp DimtcfH, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSJA CEMENT COMPANY.
.... Stnnctt'H TooIh ....
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Pacific Hardware. Cn.. Ltd.
blUUCuAKCr Light & Heavy
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will )ny jou t InHpcct eiui
Htocle. i : t : i i
Mci'cluint Street, between Fort unci AlnKcn.
isahstltuteivridhr j. ,
Vy E IIAVH every fiiclllty for
putting these tires on
Inn rcjlnhlc nnd Hiitltitnctory
C. F. HERRICK
Carriage Co., Ltd.,
125 .MnnciiANr sr.
NEXT DOOR TO 8PANGENWALD BUILDING.
John A. Hn8Ginrr
Agent to R'ant Marriage Licenses and
GensMl Buslncsj Agent.
Office. Mclnetny Block .ifxttoC I. Falk
ALWAYS luic jinel
iiIvmijkWILL HE the
The excellence of desipn
and const) uction reconr
mend' themselves to .ill
Thev are a great gain
over all others in ease
and itrength as well as
OYSTIIIJ AND CHOP HOUSE.
. OPEN MOIIT AND DAY
l.uncli and Dlnnvr'n bpcclalty.
HOTEL STREET, ncir Nuuinu, mil dcoi lo riii)
Hjjni "Eficoti" im-ia
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
Kulku St., near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLF.
THE NEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
HOMtl Will handle the new
INDUSTRY Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLESOMb DRINK.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular ENCORE
SALOON, NUUANU AND HOTEL STS.
Where the Beer is on Draught To-day
DRINK KOMEL SODA
NotlilficJ lllcc 'It to Kiitlnty the
tlilr.Ht. It'H ho rcfrcHlilnji too.
Cnrlxinntcd only by the I t
Consolidated Soda Water
WORKS CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Territory ol Hawaii,
Office and Work Cor. Fott and Allen
Telephone;, .Mnln 71.
I Hawaiian Bricks
V Pntronl7c Home
X An artk'e hlch his stood severe
tests, and wlilch cin be furnished
as wanted, In good' condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers S Cooke,
HENIIY ST. GOAR.
McnihcrK Stock nnd llonel
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur-
cbaco and Bale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks ant!
403 Ciilliornlti St.,
8nn FimiiicIkco. Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate It,
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 Vest King Strk- i
233 MERCHANT STREET.
Piopcrty In Town nnd Suliuibs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
FINING AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stock unci Uonil lli-olier.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Office Queen Street, Opposite Union
gIMJCIAL ATTENTION TO
llli centH, nt the '
Hawaiian Hotel ttarber Shop.
I'ino .lob Piintui,' nt the IJul
Architects, Contractor and Bulldes.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANOtNWAtU BLD , HOIOCU
J F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Rtley
P. O Boj t(o
Oeo. W. I'age. Tel. 229
F. W. Bcardslce. P. O. Box 778
BBARDBLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office, Itooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. It.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice. 1441
Of ALL, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen 5b Robinson,
(Jueen Street, Honolulu.
P ' NTRACTOR AND '
Jobbing promptly attended to.
1. F. BBRTELAtAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
i King street. Orders left at either shop
or olllco at John Note's store. King
street, tv 111 receive prompt attention.
W. H. THONE. Prnrrletor.
When You Waqt a lig
WNO TJ? THF. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 818 FORT STREET.
SUble 'Phone, 477
Hck SUnd 'Fhonos, 819 nnel ?i
. H KFX.I.rvA
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays fop Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and v.
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. White and Black Sand For Sale
Offlce with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street, Tel. 8G.
. W. LARSEN, MV'r.
f White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by tho Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co.
L Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 12JI. P. O. Box 553.
Sawlnjr, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all its branches.
Lumhcr - Kiln - Drj Ing
a specialty, and In htce or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINLtRS AND : : :
Plins inl ttllmaici lurnlilitJ for all clam,
KOOM joo, BOSTON ULOCK, HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
Coirril ti from Government Survey, and Charts,
Man of Sur Flantttlom, Kallteayi, anj ejlUr
Kelatl. Source.. THB MAP IS jU.j inches,
wliri artistic colcrlngs aui nett mounilnis. nak
tn a very us.ful a well as ornsmen'al wall map
TUB PRICE OF THE MAP li Slo Ob. Corlo can
n n J.AS T TAYLOR.
P, O. flox 7M io JuJJ HulUJne, llrnolulut T, II.
or HAWAIIAN NLWb CO. LTD
Honolulu Iron Works.
Impiou'd and modern SUOAU MA
CHINLiltY of cery capacity and de
scription made to order. Lloller norlc
and RIVUTUD PIPK3 for Inlgatlon
purposes a specialty. Particular i.ttep.
tlon paid to JOD WORK, nnd repairs
executed at shortest nntlco.
TLL. MAIN 01.
Mi. H. II. VViHIanis
Art Embroldtry and SUmplnc.
Full line of Art Materials : : .
Art Embroidery Taught : i i
Love BulltJlnil, Hort Street
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