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EVENING BUI.LWTIN, HONOLULU, . T., TUE3DAT, AUQU8T 27, 1801.
Published livery Day nucept Sunday,
at 210 King Street. Hrnolulu,
T. It., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO..LTD.
WALLACE II. FAUIUNUTON... Editor
Entered at the I'ost Offlco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
SUUSCKin ION HA'IES.
Per month, anywhere In U. S....I ,75
Per jear, anywhere in U. 3.... 3.00
Per ytur, postpaid, to-elgn 13.00
Payable Itivarlaul) in advance.
Post Oillce llox 718
Aiausr is. 1301.
Thurston and his gang will And
Judge lluniplircs to be the most lively
corpse the over attempted to quiet
b slander nnd malicious spite.
It takes more than 150 000 fires to
stop the progress ot Honolulu business
men. The best o( It Is that larger nnd
more modern buildings arc to replace
the llrat ilass structures destroed.
Justice Qalbralth knows more law In
u minute than his associates, wno
nnpr tirnrttretl av,. have been able to
ltnrn In nil thplr pTtiprlcncp of dolus I
as the Atlorncj General's department!
The feentrnl emigration of officials
during the mxt month, and the prob
able peace and quiet Hint will reign
r.urlug tlulr abseiue, adds force to
the contention that Hawaii would get
uiong better without ary officials.
What a glorious opportunity Cooper
will have to furnish Secretar Hitch-.earth, has dealt with the problem be
cotk with detailed Instructions on the' fore. The Marshal case contained
proper form of his replies to any ticak practically the same elements of fortl
queries the local officials, more cspe- fled Injustice. Hut It was practical!)
clallj the Acting Governor, maj ofttr. . Impossible to enrry that case to thn
1 ' I higher Federal courts. Mnishal had
. ,, ... . . . , been sentinccd to ) six months of
Justices irenr and Peirylmc signed ,,, , lln,r,80Ucn,, conu ni,nt bf.
a decision that puts an, nd to any pos-1 forc e glm whcc)g of Fc(lera,
slblllty of reappointment to the Su- tcp cou)(, bc turn(,(, Marabn, wouI(,
preme bench. 1 hey are )0ung enough I ,me Mnm, h,g gcntelUP No glcll
n j ears and knowledge of the law o barrier, arc now offered. Illegally eon
hall with pleasure a forced period In UclC(, piemen, have been remandul tc.
the, to them, unncccssarv experience ot ffnt mu gcntPn(.C(1 , from ,
'"'""'"" ""' liars to a life time. The Supreme.
Court of the 1 nlted States is not noted .
Judge Wilcox's struggles with hood- for Its speid hut there Is cause to be
lums suggests that a turn of servim Hive an appc.il of lliCJe inses would
on tin roiils would bc a politic empio- he heard nnd the law paints decided
mint for these Irresponsible jouths ' within the life time of the present gen- j
11 the necessary law in not In sight It iatlon
ought to be pOshlble to obtalu any- As stated bj Attorney Fitch nnd wen
thing needed In that line bj an appeal recognized bj the legal fratcrnlt) Ha
lo the law students of the Territorial nail's Supreme Court la only the halt
Had Seentarj Cooper slmplv staU 1
tlut he lonteniphted a vacation flp
to Washington the public would doubt-
lihs take him at his word. Whin I.U
tutended trip requires eucu an ex-
..i. .i .i ,.,f,, i .in,nn o.
that given In the official organ it Is ?'' S a.tes' ,Th? nnclal b"r(1(!n, ";
ht once apparent the Seeretarj finds It I ". ' "J'1 a "fav,f Tllc Wt
neccwao to proceed to Washington '" bc at jUnod-Justlce-ls more to ho
to explain hU numerous foolish acts ." lna"n" consideration of the
which the Federal administration has "'"'f'".5. '""T ?kh Cflfl1n"1 lo
fuund It neeebsar, to .eiercl crlll-i hs Jlilon or aur law atiMlent judscn
'. ' ' ! receives the first consideration but ne-
cnrillng to the teachings of founders
of the Nation Is the least Important
The celerltj with which the "govern- when associated with personal rights.
nent" assumes a dictatorial attitude , Carrv the fight on that tho law stu-
aftir the Legislature If off anil nwaj dents iun receive a much needed edu-
U worth) of a better cause. The re-, cation.
fusal to allow the band to go to Ka- i i.
ual Is onl) one of man) Instances of ) A ,.00r TlrC(, aerk.. makcg 80mo
Hidden forgetfulness of the people and Mery tlmcI). nmI nl)1)roDrato 8Ugges
thelr reasonable requests Kauai tax- (i,m8 on tne cierks. nnt l0lllay prob.
their reasonable requests Kauai tax ' lem. A rricniUy spirit of cooperation
in)crs have received notice that the) between clerks and emplo)erH will ac
inn't have the band unless the dlrec- compllsh more direct benefit to tho
tlons of the government building pooh- nurcantllo Interests than any outside
bah are followed. This In spite of tho pffort tnn 8mlre tcming (o put ,,,
,...i iu, naum ni imj iui ...c umiii-
tenance of the band ard the Legisla
ture made special provision for trips to
tho other Islands.
We arc Inclined to think, with
out committing ourselves wholly
to the proposition, that both Ho
nolulu and the Postoffiic Depart
ment would be better off without
the Institution of free delivery
As an epitome of concentrated
sllurnnlsm cheered by the enthusiasm
of ponderous minds groping In Ethlop-
Ing and discredited organ takes tho
prize. If the free deliver) S)stem ac-
eompllshed nothing mom than furnish ' t , "?h ' " . , "
sninriP. mr ton ,i,7ifinni ,inrb0 o. ,i, 0I . ' reach n conclusion as all oth-
,, , , .. ,, , ,, .. ,
Post Office, It would be well worth tho I
unusual exertion required by tho bouse
holder or business mm to read a let
ter left at his door by the postman.
The business community and the peo
ple of Honolulu generally arc of their
usual mind In dealing with tho Idiocy
of tho ponderous morning organ. It
Riifini.i tub. imo tn .,.., n,.i.,
., . '
Supplied with an interpretation
""l"""" uiKeiiuwuu on Becunij
for loans reads quite the reverse of his
fi'rst iffort. it Is true as "Woikman"
sas that friendship accomplishes nore
financial advantage In Hawaii than
character, Tho tendency In this Ter
rltor) Is to regard an Individual of
good character piovlded he holds the
same opinion as the man witli favor to
give and of bad character If he differs.
Little thought'ls giver, thn honesty of
n man In his differences or possible
dishonesty In hU read) acceptance of
views certain to seeure financial gain.
It Is true that the art of kowtowing
if, held to ho more desirvlng of on
hlderatlon than firm honesty of thought
and action. This has arisen laigely
through the exciting political contests
with which the people have struggled
nnd the narrowness which Hawaii's In
sularlt) naturally for'es on tho com
munlt). Hawaii is glowing nut of Its
blgotted way of sizing up men. Sharp
competition nnd a liberal Influx of
hioud minded men Is causing a higher
icgurd for honest character, that is
bound to mako lis way financially and
socially whatever barriers small men
may seek to plato In Up pathway, Tho
honcBt man can never lose. In tho lung
CARRY ON TUB FIGHT.
The Uulletln ovvr an apology to
Justices Krcnr and l'crrv for Inning In
tlnmted In n previous issue that these
Invv students now controlling the Su
preme bench of the lerrllorv did not
overrule the Supreme Court of the
United States In their decisions handed
down Monday afternoon. the Job was
finished up In tiue transition form
without stopping to take a breath. The
Tlullctln consequently ntmloglzes for Its
Intimation of poatlble ileln) and offers
conerntulatlons to the law students
of the bench for th mirked consider
ation the) hne shown for the prompt
illapatrlt of business vvlictoby legal
lallroid construction lias been carried
on that prisoners lllegnlly convlct
"d mn still be kept U Jail.
This prompt nnd foiceful disregard
for the rights of the Individual under
ho Constitution of the United States
is quite In keeping with the historical
desire of the ruling faction to keep
Hawaii free and undented of any n
toclntlon with the supreme law ot the
land or deBlrc to fulfil Its obvious mar
The majority of Hawaii's Supremo
Court has overruled th Supreme Court
nf the United States and announced Its
defiance of the Organic Act of the Ter
ritory provided by Congress for the
government of thtt Terrltor). The
Job Is complete. Nothing seems tn
stand In the way of the ruling faction
doing as It pleases.
"on for disregard of Individual rights
has been gloriously upheld.
Not the least of the benefits derived
by this complete Job done by the court
tnajorlt) Is the absolute freedom now
given to appeal these cases to higher
lourts nnd thus determine whether the.
Federal courts have thn same disregard
for constitutional rights us has been
expressed by the highest court of this
Territory. Our court, tlio onlv court
remaining of the best government on
way house. As n dispenser of Justice
Is Is not even a starting point. Occupy-
n "''T '' "',
""'If n lew- entankrltminta re at lnK
lo htlU1 rights, tho people of this
mmlln "e In duty oound to carry
this matter forward to the court of last
resort the Supreme Court of tho Unit-
ncrks In nn antacon st c mood
Uulletln still believes, however, that
the Merchants Association Is thn
proper organization to review nnd dis
cuss this problem It ought to ba
possible to take It for granted that oil
rlerks seek the best Interests of their
employers. If there aro any who do
not they should make themselves
known that they may "accept another
position." The half da) closing Is n
proposition which must bo settled by
competing mercantile houses. It Is thn
' house" that pays the salaries and an)
agreement reached b) the merchants
who must meet the pay roll at the end
,,'"? ,"?!" t?.b" J11' MC
ablo to emploves. Appeal to the Mcr-
I lint! tDf A UO An t Inn T1L.1 1 ..
er similar bod es have done,
If the business men of Hawaii quiet
ly accept the ruling of tho Hawaiian
Supreme Court on the Incomo tax
they are possessed of much less re
tard for Just taxation than they are
f,encra " credited with. Hawaii Is
Ul0 on'y burgh on tho American foot-
stool producing a court' that can up-
hold the Incomo tax. Shall It bo said
tho people of this Territory nro tho
Oiuy ones willing to submit to such
a rorm of unjust taxation. The bur
den of the present law falls almost en
tlrel) on the man whose Income Is
haidly sufficient to eke out a decent
existence and pay his honest debts.
With Cooper gone what will' the
count!) do for an "Acting" official?
For Sale at ajacrtfice
LOT 50x150 planicd with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
OF THE FAVORITE
BRADLEV and HUBBARD
L A M PS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd, f
The Roods wtre orJered from advance
htets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In deslf n and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he 10000 feet of Gaiden
Hos" htely received, the ' Emll P. Whit
ney" brought us lo.cco ft, mote, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our ptlces'ars
lower than ever qjoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will pay j on to Irmpcct our
Htock. t : I t t s
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alnkcn.
rw.j i va fcz r ikj
iy E HAVE every facility for
putting theHc tlrcti on
In n reliable anil Hutlttfuctory
C. F. HERRICK
Carriage Co., Ltd.,
185 MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
ALWAYS have anil
nlvwijH WILL HE the
The excellence of design
and construction recom
mends thems.'lves to nil
They are a great jjain
over all others in ease
and strength as well as
Deer and Wine Dealer!.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
Kulku St., near Nuumu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLF.
THE NEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
HOME WIII handle the new
INDUSTRY ; Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLESOME DRINK.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular ENCORE
SALOON, NUUANU AND HOTEL !TS.
Where the Beer is on Draught To-day
Contains no Alcohol.
It la n natural flavoring concentrated
Carbonated only by tho Coneoll.
dated Soda Wattr Worka Co, Ltd,
Solo Agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. We manufacture also (linger Ale,
Lemon Soda, Hoot Hecr, Cream Sodi,
Consolidated Soda Water
WORKS CO., Ltd.
Office and Works, 601 Fort St.
telephone, Main 71.
An arllc'e which has stood severe
testi. and which can be furnlshej
as wanted, In Rood condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
Sole AjJcntH. 7
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MemberH Stock iinel Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Cnllfornln St.,
. San Francisco, Cnl.
V. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate ii
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Pronertles on Rmnn.
OFFICE. 10 West King Smi
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Property In Town ond Suuuius. and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOHD BROKER
REXL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
AS J. Campbell,
Stock tind liond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Office Queen Street, Opposite Union
glMJCIAL ATTENTION TO
!2(S ccntH, ut the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
Tino Job Punting nt tliu Pul
Architect!, Contractors and Bulldes.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANQtNWAlU BLD ,
. CROCKER DUILDINO,
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
Oeo. W. Pago. Tel. 229
P. W. Bcardslee. P. O. Bos 778
BBARDSLEE & PAGE
Vrchitecte & Builder
Office, Rooms 2-, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H. r
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. 1441
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
WTRACTOR AND f V'
dUILDER ...... iVVV
Jobbing promptly uttended to.
1. P. BBRTBLMAN'8
..I I6 RBMOVBD
To rear ot old stand. 'Entrance on
King street. Orders left ut either shop
or office at John Nott's store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
W. H. THONE. Proprlttor.
When Yon WaijUlig
RINO UP THK. .
C - X. - U- B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : S18FORT STREET.
BUbte 'Phone, 477
Haok Bund 'Phones, 319 and. 77
O. H RKLT.T1VA
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. White and Black Sind For' Salt
Office with Evening Dulletln, 210
King street Tel. 86.
W. LARSEH, Wft.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AID SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Da on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221
P. O. Box 552.
Sawlnc, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plant od tttlmales furnished for all classes
ROOM !,, BOSTON BLOCK,
New Map of Oahu.
Coapl'ed from Government Surveys and Chant,
Mapt of Sutrar Plantallont. Kallwayi, and Other
Keilanlt bourrei. TNI MAP IS ilata INCHBS,
with artistic colorlngt and neat mountings, male
Injr a very useful as well as-ornamen'al wall map
the pricb op THB MAHIJ ,o x, Copies can
be obtain d flon
JAS T. TAYLOR.
P. O. Dos iv ) Juld Building, llroolulul T, II
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CD , LTD
Honolulu Iron Works.'
Improved and modern SUOAK MA.
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and ItrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular after,
tlon paid to JOI) WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught : : :
Love Building, Fort 6trcet
'SM,JmsiJ,mW, v,' , -;&,
Vji J ArS1
M$ "" . .