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EVENING HUI.Us.TIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY. AUO. 28, 1901r
tHibllshecl Every Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, ltmolulu,
T. II.. by tha
BULLETIN PUBLISHUJO CO.,LTD.
WALLACE It. KAUHINOTON.. .Editor
Entered at tho Post OHlco at Hono
lulu as seconclclnss matter.
' SUHSCltll'TlON HATES.
Per month, anywhere lu U. S....1 .75
Per year, nn where In U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, ro-elgu 13.00
Panble Invariably lu Mlvnncf.
Post Otllce Box 718
WEDNESDAY '. .ALOL'ST 29, 1U01
The manner of support glen tl.e Su
preme Court by the olllclal orgnng la
highly amusing. Tailing to flrul nny
Bt'iislbk- prop they qulcfly la clown
and hac nothing to cay.
Governor Dole Is by no means super
stitious. His resumption of olllclal du
ties on n Krldaj may suggest to some
of his followers that his ship of state
It wandering toward the rocks of carl)
The Attorney fipura! tlei artinenl
backel b the two law itudcnts ion
trullti.rC the Supirtio Couit .tlr aidu
ornlv ticking how tiny mi hold n."ii
In Jail. The Justice of tbelr cause is
nut given the second ' hautjut.
The Bulletin has received a rum-immlt-ntlon
from A Clerk who Is not
tired" Wheu.th" cu'hor make hi"-,
nlf known to tltl o'J'tc the artlr'e vvlU
be pib'.lshed. Adiriimus wnlei" re
ceive no recognition :n the col inil.' i '
The Nakulna-Thrum affair having
fcot Into the courts, the light has a
chance of being carried forward to
ti.ture generations. The personal and
political bearing of this nlTalr ought to
Uach tho heads of departments a Iis
son In the ndo,ition of iiullttc methods
when dealing with emplojei.
The Idea that Hawaii courts.' can
create and maintain law entlrel at
vjrl.mii with the supreme law of tho
land bids fair to be virv promptl ex
ploded hj appeals to higher courts. Tho
sooner this erratic Independence of
Keedral nutliofll) Is knocked In the
head, the moie prouiptlv will Hawaii a
American education be lompletc.
Cooper Is doing som" more "Acting."
His rulsed order regarding the hind's
trip to Kauai Is an acrobatic pc-f rm
nnec worth of a star in administrative
constelittiuns. .Mr. Couycr Is to bo
congratulated on his so "lid thought.
Thla sudden change coup'fd with borne
of the Intel pretutlons p'aced on ciin
auuilcatlons received from Secirtaiy
Hitchcock leads people to the h'cf
that our Acting olllclal vould bo ail
right if he had a brick hat wlcldur lo
hammer Ideas Into his head.
The recent dispatches unnounied
that the Gould Ejstem of railroads is
completing Its steamship connec
tlons with the Gulf States and will
reach Hawaii b) a steamer line from
the isthmus. Large corpoiatc bodies
move so slowly that there Is little)
prospect of Hawaii receiving nny bene
fits from this new line in the Imme
diate future. It Indicates, however,
that the du Is not far rcniove.l when
bhlpments aiuund the Horn will Le tha
exception rather than the rule.
The cordial greeting extended to
J'raucls .Murphy on his return Is u
kplendld tribute to the character of tha
work this gentleman is doing In tho
cause of temperance. The good frauds
Murph has done will not be Interred
with bis bones. It Is In hourly and
dally evidence. The work of the Fran
cis Murph) Club Is not sweeping over
the Islands with n wavo of. enthusiasm
that wilt soon cool nnd slide Into the
forgotten past, but Is going forward In
n quiet, forceful manner that indicates
strength and long life.
Hawaiian born Chinese have had
canto to complain of their treatment
b customs guards when attempting to
board foreign steameis stopping nt
this port. Too mauy customs guard
kceni to be of tho opinion tint tho
Chinese havti no right to common
courtesy whether tho law recognizes
thtlr equality as American citizens or
not. The best method for the Hawa-lian-Chlnofco
to follow is to take such
vigorous steps to Impress their rights
on olllclous oillclnls tint there shall bu
but ono demonstration of discourtesy.
The Incomo tn decision has dono
nothing If not open the way to endless
litigation. Tho court holds that tite
luw Is not Invalid as a whole but thero
may be portions that violate certain
constitutional guarantees. This leaves
tho tax assessor and treasurer In a
most unenviable position In casting up
tho Income likely to be derived from
this tax. Tho Legislature of 1!03 la
likely to find tho treasurer's depart
ment still figuring on what It may get
from tho Incomo tax law if the Su
premo Court decides contested points
of detail In favor of the government,
A Honolulu dispatch published In
Eastern papers pictures the people of
Honolulu us highly excited over tho re
liase. of murderers and rapo (lends
from prison where they are Illegally
held, Not tho least Interesting feature
of the olllclal campaign against Jus
tice Is tho drastic methods resorted to
In order to mlsrepiesent conditions in
Hawaii. 'I he ouly excitement caused
by Judge Gear's order releasing tho
transition period prisoners was con
llnedto the preclnclts of the courts and
created b tho cavorting of tho At
torney Gcncinl and tliu Chief Justice.
Posblbly Hartwell may have nrm'cd
himself for protection from tho releas
ed prlsoneis, for Hartwell sometime
thinks himself the whole community.
RECIPROCITY AND CUBA.
The correspondent of the Brooklyn
Standard-l'nlon writing from Wash
ington under dalo of August 11 sas:
"The President Is very much In enrn
est In his desire that tho Republican
part should commit Itself to the poli
cy of reciprocity, not oo much In plat
form declarations as In actual results"
This coupled with utterances com
ing more directly from tho President
make safe the conclusion that recipro
city Is to be it leading topic of discus
sion In tho next Congress. Reciprocity
Is alwas fraught. with danger to Hn
wall since sugar Is ever one of tno fa
vorite products suggested for tho frco
list. Thus It behooves our business
leaders to be watchful that tho depres
sion resultant from dunged labor con
ditions may not be further loaded down
with the competition of free sugar.
Tho most threatening cloud on the
horizon of our Industrial prosperity Is
Cuba, The sugar trust Is Investing Its
money In Cuban cano Melds and nrrnv
Ing Its forces to secure freo entry for
the Cuban product. Tho same corres
pondent speaks of this Cuban matter
"Whue It does not appear on tho
ifirface, there Is activity In another
line during this period of ruilet In legis
lative matters. One of (ho most Im
portant questions to come before the
next Congress will he that ol the rela
tions of the I'nlted States to the new
Republic of Culm. The question Is
whether tho United States Is to help
Cuba develop and giou In wealth and
liospcilt h giving It a tobacco ami
siiu.tr preferential entrance Into tho
I'nlted States, or whether b) main
taining the present duties on sugar and
tobacco Cuba's glow th It to be stunted.
In this latter pollc) Is also tho prob
ability that Cuba will bo Irritated at
the United Slates, and our citizens bn
so unpopular ns to seriously interfere
with (ho development of American
commerce with the Island, which offers
man possibilities. Good statesman
ship, In the minds of the President and
many of his advisers will consist lu
giving the Cubans encouragement by
preferential duties, and In thus pre
venting them from making commercial
alliances with other nations to our in
jury. "The President has no Idea of advo
cating the admission of Cuban sugar
and tobacco free of duty That would
be harmful to n vcr serious degree to
our own tobacco nnd sugar groncm,
but he dues advocate the reduction of
duties on (he Cuban tobacco nnd sugar,
"lust how much thece dutl'H should
bo reduced Is n problem for the legis
lative branch, not tho executive, to
solve. Naturall. tho sugar and to
bacco growers In tho t'nlted States do
not take kindly to the Idea of giving
the Cub-ins nny advantages through
lower tartd rates, but It Is believed
I their opotltlou can bo overcome. Tor
one thing, Senator Piatt of Connecti
cut, who lepicscnts a great tobacco
growing section, Is not objecting to
lo'ver tobacco duties, and Is even advo
cating them as far as Cuba Is rwicorn
ed, nnd so does Senator Spooner of
Wisconsin, another State that grows
J The President's desire for prefercn-
tlal duties In Culm's favor Is by no
means reassuring to this country, since
I Congress may .notwithstanding the
President's opposition to Cuban freo
trade, feel called upon to strengthen
the ties binding tho Islund republic to
tho United States. Cuba is now In
practically tho sanio position occupied
by Hawaii previous to annexation. It
n Inevitable fhat Cuba will one tiny
be annexed. Hawaii must Join Its old
enemies, the Louisiana planters and
beet sugar manufacturers In fighting
Cuba that tho foundation of our pros
perity may not he threatened bc)ond
hopo of repair.
CLERKS ARE MOVING
Clerks Interested In tho nfternoou
doling movement which waa first an?.
gritcc" in the Bulletin of veaterdiu,
will gather In the Y II. C. A. hail lo
mone.w evening fur tno purpose of
talking over the situation nnfi coming
to ii decision as to how 'he movement
I to be Inaugurate 1. I. it- not prtpui
o mat tlicrc shall L") u.i nrrnnlzattor.
a' oi ct but rather Is it tiicfd mat
co.nn ittee be appoint.1 1 for tho pur-
ue of visiting thn vnican IhiMmoh
I'oucs of the city fo- tho puipcso of
fe.''ir.t, the puls-o of ho Honolulu bml
i no leaner or tno nioveincn' Is a
clerk In the M. Mclnerny clothing
stoie. There Is not a slul lestrlctloit
Impoted. An one who it it clerk, be ho
white, black, brown or ellovv, Is
perfectly welcome to Join In tho move
ment nnd attend tho meeting that ha3
been set for tomorrow night. It might
alro bo stated that there Is no restric
tion ns to sex. It Is presumed that wo
men as well as men, get tired.
This movement on tho part of tho
cleikB Is ono that has been forming
lor bomo time nnd now It has a very
strong backing. Tho promoters havo
been working In perfect uccord and nl
reudy, it number of employers havo
given flielr consent to a Wednesday
alternoon holiday for their clerks.
Ma It's time wo thought of Grace
getting married alio Is nlready twon-t-tvvo
Pa Oh, let her wait until the right
sort of a man conies along.
.Ma Why wait? I didn't, Tit-Hits.
For, Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder jvenuc. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
P08T OHFICE LANE.
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
Fop hiiIc by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These Roods were orJered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturer, and are the latest In ileslfn and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to the toooo feet of Gaiden
jine htely received, the ' Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us io.coo ft. mote, making
TWENTY TII0U8AND FEBT.
We have all grjdts, and our prices ara
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
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VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will pny you to Inspect out'
Ktock. i i I t t t
Mcrclinnt Street, between Fort nnil Alitkcn.
-ONE RUBBER I RE!
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4V. t intt
yy E HAVB every facility for
ptittlnjv these tlret on
in it rcllitble unci uiitUfnctory
C. F. HERRICK
Carriage Co., Ltd.,
I as MUHCIIANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
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ALWAYS Itnvc tintl
Tlie excellence of design
and construction recom
mends themsjlves to all
They are a great gain
over all others in ease
and strength as 'well as
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
Kulkul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
THE NEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
HOMB Will handle the new
INDUSTRY Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLESOME DRINK.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular ENCORE
SALOON, NUUANU AND HOTEL STS.
Where the Beer is on Draught To-day
Contains no Alcohol.
It Is a natural flavoring concentrated
Carbonated only hy tho Consoli
dated Socln Wattr Works Co, Liu,
Solo Agents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Wo manufacture nlso Dinger Ale,
Lemon Soda, Hoot Ilecr, Cream Sodi,
Consolidated Soda Water
WORKS CO., Ltd.
Office and Works, 601 Fort St.
telephone, Main 71.
An artlc'e which has stood were
tests, and which can be furnished
as wanted, in good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MemberH Stock nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Ctilifornln St..
. Snn FrnnclKCo. Oil,
W. C. ACHI & CO
brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West Kino strku
233 MERCHANT STREET.
Property In Town and Suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stock nntl Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange,
Offlco Queen 8trcct, Opposite Union
CPnciAL ATTENTION TO
25 ccntH, ut the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
Fino Job Pihitinir at tho Bui-
Architects, Contractor and BulldeJ.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANGtNWAtD BID ,
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
V. O Bo 160
Geo. W. Page. Tel, 22
F. W. Dcardslce. P. O. Box 778
BBARD8LEE b PAGE
Architects & Builder
Otllce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. 11. v.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlthed on Short Notice, i 1441
OV ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robtnaon
Queen Street, Honolulu.
C WTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. P. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at cither shop
or offlce at John Nott's store, King
street, wilt receive prompt attention. ,
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolidation
of tr e best B scult Co's In
America, we can offer to the
public the following choice
makes of biscuits :
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
Fall Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
W, H. THONE, Proprietor.
RING UP THfc. ,
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 618 FORT stiiebt.
Stable- 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 819 and 7f .
O. H BBLLCTA.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
era. White ud Black Sud For Stir
Office with Evenlns Bulletin, 210
King street Tel. 86.
W. LARSEH, MV'r.
FOR BALLAST It
f White and Black Sand
J In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AHD SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Day on
H. R. HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co.
The Evening Bulletin, 70 cenU per
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