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I "?-?' CALIFORNIA BEAUTY
Published livery Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street. Iltnolulu,
T. 11., by the
BULLETINPUBLI8HINQ CO, LTD.
WALLACE JOVVUMNQTON. ..Editor
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lulu as second-class matter.
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Al'GTrfT 23, 1901.
The lwllcl prublcm Is b no mi.ms
set at rest bj closing the lwlltl corral
Hut the police must sick some other so
lution for It than a disregard for Kd
Henry T. Oxnard, the beet sugar
magnate Is contemplating a contest
for Senator Perkins scat in the United
btatea Senate. Oxnard la undoubtedly
n mutt nf mniprlar canalillltfes but It
It not likely California will turn clown
one of Its iiiUU able representatlcs to
give place to a new and umricu aspir
nnt. The Island of Guam seeemg to be giv
ing Washington authorities more trou
ble than nil the new possessions put to
gether, Hawaii Included This new
possession business Is showing that
ninrUUn Ainprlriiiis arc not Impossible
to find, but be It said to the credit of
the country, when they are cllscoerea
they are promptly weeded out.
Mr. Alexander's gift of a four mile
boulevard comes ut a time when the
people aie In n state of mind to thor
unitlilv ntmrpclntf. the mescnt benefits
The public spirit of tli donor will not
he forgotten b future generations who
..ill nri.nt hv this material work to
bcautlf the city and add to the many
attractive rcattires enjojeel uy resi
dents and visitors.
Tlw. llritnn tltllt' IWllV makes HO IlllS-
take In showing a leadlness to allow
tho countj bill to rest until a icgukir
session of the Legislature. With tha
Terrltor) In Its present financial con
dition the comity olll and any number
of other measures ceriaUi to Bee m c
marked benefits may well b put down
as luxuries of legislative debate that
should be tossed on to the next elec
tion. All the people went now Is the
governmental machinery they have
put In good running order.
Application for second writ of ha
beas co. pus bv one of th transition pe
ilod pr'"-iPcrs Illegally conUcted ought
to "convince, the nw.t who stalled the
Grand Jury, of the error of their vns.
Amnrlrfin Inu, In rnmtllnn IllStl 1 .Hid
when men attempt to warp It Into a
tool witli which to accompiisn men
own ends In spite of the splrl ntui In
tent of the law the) vvlfl dud then.
selves fighting a losing game.
Again has a proper icgard for the
law placed upon Chinese citizens what
nppcartt fmm n business standpoint on
unnecessary hardship. The decision of
Judge Estee In ordering Much dial
dcpirted is uuiucstlonably In lino with
a stilct construction of the law and
no leeway Is given the Judge to nssumc
ouasl legislative powers thereby secur
ing greater freedom to Chinese in tho
same category. Whether It Is posslblo
for the Treasury department to secure
for these Chinese tho rli'ht to return to
Hawaii remains to be seen. From the
standpoint of the la) man It would ap
uppear that all Chii.ese within the Tei
rltory Juno H, 1&U0, ought to be grant
ed tho same rights and dealt with
leniently when falling to compl) with
tcgulatlons easily overlooked or mis
understood nt the time of tho tiansfor
nation. MORE IMPORTANT THAN Till!
Citizens of'thls Terrltor) have the
light to talk of and plan foi a new Gov
irnor to their hearts conteut. Just at
tho present time, however, the busi
ness of the Territory is in such a con
dition us to make the personality of the
Governor n nutter of least importance
Whatever President McKluley may
do lu the futuro It Is certain he will
not make any change In tho Governor
ship until Congress Is In session
Should the oftlco be vacated by death or
resignation, the Secretary would doubt
less uct as Governor till Congress as
sembled. Meanwhile the Territorial treasury
is struggling along on n makeshift ba
sis, public work is at a standstill. This
will continue until the Legislature can
bo called together to piovido funds.
The ever present demand is money
tc properly carry on tho public busi
ness of the country. A now Governor
cannot create funds and the people of
tho Teirltory nrn merely wcitlng time
in useless endeavor by dwelling upon
tho chief executive problem. Legisla
tive leaders as oil as their supporters
should dovoto their tlmo iind energy to
reaching an understanding whereby It
will bo posslblo to assemble tho Legis
lature, hi special session for the pur'
poso of providing bonds for public
work and an additional Income through
llcenso or land taxes It .requires no
grc&t amount of education to convince
tho most humble citizen that the pres
ent state of affairs Is I'uneccssary and
utterly devoid of any good lesiilts.
No more serious relic ctlon can bo
offered ngalnst the citizenship of tho
Territory, than the record made by
demonstrated Inability of factions or
partlCB to reacli a mutual agreement
wlitwli) tho pre'nt situation In Tcirl
torial finance can be relieved The
Executive and the leglsaltlvo leaders
bhould get together on a non-partisan,
business hisls Put the Teirltorj Hist
and for once let personal Munitions,
factional strife and legislative fads
Under the title "Tho Wonders and
Glories of California, ' .1, YV. Lrwln will
present the following views at tho Ha
waiian hotel this evening. Looklug In
tlic Golden Gate, Sunrise nt San l'ran
Cisco Day, On San Francisco 11 ly, Shlpr
at Anchor, The Claus Sprcckcls IJulld.
Ing, San Francisco, !n Golden Gate
Park, Moonlight on tha Lake, Golden
Gate Park, Electric Tower, Mld-Wlntcr
I'nlr nt night, The New CHIT House,
The Golden Gate. Sunset in the Golden
Gate, The lljttlcshlp Oicgon, The
Transport Sherman, Last Vleiw of tho
Transports. Ferry Steamer Piedmont,
San Francisco Pay, In the Wake of the
Ferry Uoat, Sunset Limited Ladles'
Parlor, Sunset Limited. Gents' Head
ing Hoom, Sunset on the Hay, lu the
Dining Car, The Arcade Depot, Los
Angeles; lnnornma, Los Angeles; Los
Angeles County Court House, The
Stlmson Residence, Los Angeles, Sixth
Street Park, Los AnglcHi Scene at
Wostlako Pnrk, Los Angeles; Palm
Drive, Los Angeles, Chinese Dragon,
Los Angeles; Hotel del Coronado,
Ocean Front of Hotel del Coron'do,
The Combing Wnve. The Court, Hotel
del Coronado; Old Date Palms, San Di
ego, Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica, On
the llathlng lleach at Santa Monica;
A Cure for the Dines. Mammon Wharf.
Santa Monlcn, Avalon, Calallna Isl
and; A G10 Pound Fish, Catallna Isl
and. A Field of C.ill.i I. lilies, Somo
Pumpkins, Palm Canon, San Diego
County, The Sea of Salt at Salton;
Plowing Salt, the Satlon Salt Works,
Hcdlands from Smiley HclgTits, City of
Riverside. A Hlverslda Orange Grove.
Help Yourself, Magnolia Avenue, Illv
irsldc; A Hoso Covered Porch, At San
to Anita. Mission Hells. Mission
llelles, A Yosemltc Stage Coach. The
Hotel at Ahmanee, A California Pas
toral, Tho Hotel nt Wavvona, Interior
of Ihos. Hill's Studio, In the Dig Tito
Grove, The Fallen Glnnt. Stnglng on n
Tree. A California "llelglan Hare,"
Yosemltc Valley from Inspiration
Point. Yoemlte Valley, Artist's Point,
Hrldnl Veil Meidovv, Overhanging
llnck. Glacier Point, Outlook from Gla
cier Point, The YcsemltT Itaplds, Yo
cmlto Falls Upp r Yoscmlte Kali Yo-
I feirtlte Falls Through Tri'es, the Lip
i of Yosemltc Fall, Yosemltc Falls from
aeioss tho Valley Neiir View ot llilelcll
I Veil Fall, the Vernal Fall. Nevada Fall
and Libert) Cap Nevada Fall. Ilaln
I bow nt foot of Nevada Fall. Near the
.Happy Isles Cathedral Hocks and.
Spires Sentinel Hock, El Cnpltnn, The
Crouching Lion, Half Home from tho
Valley, Merced Hlver and Half Dome
The Ho)al ArcbcS and .North Dome,
North Dome, groin Vernal Trail, Mlr
lor l.ake, Yoscmlte In Winter,
University of California, Outlook
from the Ilcrkelcy Hills. A Berkeley
Sunset, A Berkeley Hoso Climber, Tha
Qunili angle nl Stanford University,
The Stanford Residence, The Ha) wards
Ildce., Hotel del Mnn'c from Garden,
Hotel Del Monte-, tho Tower; tne
Grounds at Del Monte, tho Arizona
Gnrilcn nt Del Monte, Lagiinn del
He), Del Monte, Through tha Onka.
Del Monte; Midway Point, Point
Dout), Hotel Venuomo, San Joso; On
the Hoad Up Mount Hamilton, Lick
Observatory, Mount Hamilton; Lick
Observatory In Winter, Lick Observa
tory at Night, tho South Domo, tho
Great Telescope, tho Moon as Seen
'through tho Telescopo, the Tomb ot
James Lick, Clouds Over Snntn Clara
Valley, California Nightingales, Gold
en Gato with Cloud Effect, On Siilsiin
Hay, tho Duck Hunter, A Good Hag,
Just a Pointer, Sacramento Canon.
Castle Crags, Castle Crags from tho
Canon, Mossbrnc Falls. Mossbrae Falls
Side low, Shasta Soda Spi lugs, tint
Soureo of tho Sacramento, Mount
Shasta, Mount Shasta Morning, Sac
ramento Canon ami Mount Shnsta by
Moonlight, Ascending Mount Shasta,
the Summit ol Shasta. MeCloud Hlver
Falls. Exteilor of HuowshedB. Interior
of Snow sheds. Clearing tho Tracks of
Snow, n Hotary Snow Plough, the Cut
Through a Snowbnnk, Capo Horn In
the High Sierras, ijonner Lake, Graves
nt Donner Lake, iho Truckeo Ice Pal
ace, A h lower Festival Turnout. In
the Floral Parade, On tho Truckeo
Hlvei, Lnko Tahoe, Mount Tnllac.
Looking Across Lnko Tahoe. A Morn
ings Catch Lako Tahou, Cave Hock
lako Tahoe, Emerald Hay, i.aglo Cas
cadi'.oiislo Lake. Heather liko. Snow
Plants, California Popples, tho Track
of tho Setting Sun.
Haseball enthusiasts aro looking for
ward with pleasant anticipation to tho
gamo that wilt tako placu on l.abjr
Day between tho Honolulu and Star
teams, rifis arrangement has boon
llnall) decided on, and the ti'iims will
get to work immediately 1 ho Stars
have nn old score to settlo and tha
Honolulu hnvo a reputation to bus
tain, 'I be latter team has succeeded
In persuading Albert it Cuiihn to play
for them the most Important position
of first base. Mr Cunha is a strong
hitter and a good all around plajer.
His fort Is behind tho bat. There '
no doubt In tho minus of tho Honolulu
pla)ers that thoy nave materially
adeieel to tho strength of their team
by securing Cunha.
The first gamo in tho winter base
ball lenguo scries, icccnt!) Instituted,
will ho p!a)cd on tho campus of Oahu
College tomoriow ntteinoou nt tho
regular time, tho custom House and
E. O. Hall A. Son teams will comncto
'.or, tho uonois. llo.i the, teams'are
very stiong. ami tliero in no doubt
tnat they will make u good beginning
of tho new scries.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Aenuc. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
l08T OHI'ICE LANE.
EVENING DUr.I-.bTlN. HONOLULU,
i Closet Sets
JC: PROTECT YOUR CLOTHING. 3
GOOD rORM TROUSEtt HANGERS
THE FAVORITE SHIRT HANGER
GOOD FORM COAT IIANGElV. . . .
SHELF BARS AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
urers and our prices are marked accordingly,
Lc Pfic8 Liquid Glue, In packages to suit.
Fcntlicf DuHtcrn, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
Stnnctt'rt TooIh . . .
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Pacific Hardware Co., i 1
FORT STRHE. 12
IWfflWWfffflWrllfffltlll ftWfiflfflfflftlWt P
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will pny oti ti Inspect our
Htoclc. I i : t t :
Mcrcluint Street, between Fort unci Alnkcn.
Kelly - Springfield
on Hw market which't5:
Vy E IIAVB every facility for
I'littliijv these tires on
In ii reliable unci Htitliifiictory
Carriage Co., Ltd.,
IUH MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
John A. Ha88ing?i
Agent to K'ant Marriage Llcenes anJ
Cenenl UlsIiksj Agent.
Office, Mclnemy Block :mttoC. I. Falk
H. T., FRIDAY, AUGUST . 2?, 1001.
ALWAYS have unci
iilvviiH WILLHE the
The excellence of deii(;n
and construction recom
mends thems.'lves to all
Thev are a great Min
over all others in ease
and itrerijjth ns well as
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NK.IIT AND DAY
l.unch unci Dinner n hpcclulty,
HOTEL STREET, near Nuutnj, n.xt dooi to Kid,
Ky.n'i "tncoit" imt-im
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
Kullcu St, i near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLP.
THE NEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
HOMB 1 Will handle the new
INDUSTRY Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLbSOME DRINK.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular ENCORE
SALOON, NUUANU AND HOTEL STS.
Where the Beer is on Draught To-day
DRINK K0IHEL SODA
Nothing like It to ttntlxfy the
thlrHt. It'B ho refreshing too.
Ctirbonntccl only by the s I
Consolidated Soda Water
WORKS CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Territory of Haw a 1 1.
Office and Works Cor. Fort and Allen
' Telephone, Main 71.
X Hawaiian Bricks
9 Patronise Home
O An artlc'e which has stood severe
tests, and vv hlcli can be furnished
as vvinted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of......
Lewers & Cooke.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MentberH Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and eale of Hawaiian Suga;
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Callfornln St.,
, Sim Frnnclhco, Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate 1l
ail parts ot tho group. '
We will Sell Properties on Reason
3FFICE, 10 West King Strp i
233 MERCHANT STREET.
Property In Town nnd Suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKE:. '
REAL ESTATE AND
f 402 JUDl) BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stock unci Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Office Queen Street, Opposite Unloo
gIMiCIAL ATTENTION TO
lift ceutH, nt the
Hawaiian Hotel Uarber Shop.
Kino .loli I'lintiiii; nt tliu Hnl-
let in oilic-c.
Architect., Contractor, and Bulldet.
Edward R. Swoin,
STANOCNWAtl) BID .
V. HOFFMANN. J F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
I'. O Boi 160
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 229
F. W. Beardslee. . V, 0.,Dox 778
BBARUHLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
OQlce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches nnd Correct Estimates fur-
nlshed on Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
" WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
I. P. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Fntranco on
King street. Orders left at cither shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
VihenYan Waqt & Fig
,.RINO TJP THE.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : Eis fort street.
BUbla 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, S19 and 71
C. H RELLTNA.
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggago on all outgoing steam
ers. While and Black Sand For Sale
Office Wth Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEH, MV'r.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Teed Co.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Lid.
Tel. White 12! P. O. Box 552.
Saivlnc, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In la'ge or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENOINfcERS AND . : : :
Plliu nj titlmjlt, (urnljhtj lor til clJlitj
i-umrt! nir worK.
ROOM 100, BOSTON ULOCK,
New Map of Oahu.
CoBplelfroniCovtrnnwilSurie)! anj Chrti,
,.'Jbl s,our". Tie ap 1 Us ISCHLS.
ltli irtliile colcrlnm anJ neat moumingj. male
K.VbdTS. v:',u ,: 'l.;,.o,l,,M"V!, "." mp
kl r.ir.Z m ' mnr '. -or" can
a A n J.AS- T- TXyLOR, "-
P. O. Qo ' , Iff JjM HullJIntT. Hi nolulut T, H
" "" nimn nuwj 1AJ , LIU
Honolulu Iron Works.
Imnroed and moiiprn RIinATi rfA.
CIIINKRV of every canacltv n,,,i ,i.
Bcrlptlon niudo to order. Iloller work
ana uivuted PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOU WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
TLL. A1AIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line nf Art Mjterlals : : .
Art Embroidery lau;ht : ; :
Love UullcJInc, Hurt Street
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