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nvnNiso nur.LV.TiN, Honolulu, h. t.. fiuday. auqust 30. inoi.
Published Every Day Ecept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H.. by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE H. FAltlUNOTON... Editor
Entered at the Tost Olllce at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere lit U. S....I .75
Per year, an where In U. S.... 8.00
Per jear, postpaid, to elgu 13, U0
I'aable Invuilubly luBilvanie.
Post OUlce liox 711
Al Ol'ST 30. 1901
give up their fight for protection. They
niUBt strengthen their ehlm for favor
able consideration at every point, and
loin with 7'orlo Hlco In a demand for
protection of capital already Invested
and due regard for an Industry capable
of solving many serious problems In
the process of Americanizing tho new
" rim CASli OI! HUMIMIKUYS"!
E NEW IMPORTATION
OP THE PAVORITE
No Injustice Hie two law students
of the supreme Court may perpetrate
is considered "raw ' In the opinion of
lie Attorne) Otiicral's biased elepult-ment.
The lucre.ised bitterness of the Ad
vertisei In dealing with Huniphrejs
Lstabllshie the rtrin conviction In the
pillule mind, that Humphrejs lias a
better chance of being requested to
nicept an appointment to the Supreme
In-nth than either Knar or Perry Han
oi sen Int, ""I their full term.
The Organlr Act requires that fol
lowing the death oi resignation of any
member oi the Uglslnunv, the UOV
1 1 nor "shall' miirf. a c eclal eleitlon to
be held. Some weeks ugo the LeglsU
ture lost one of Its members by death.
Hip Governor hus apparently done
Hemark.tblc and unusual acts and
opinions of the local Supreme Court
during Its recent special session show
that Justice cannot be rendered unlets
a radical change Is nn le in the person
nil of this Impurtant branch of the
government The Department of Jus
tlie ulll require nothing more than
the record of the tourt and Its deci
sions to nacli a spiedy decision on this
It seems Impossible that there rnn
Le uny cMended eontrovers over the
nmoal of the loik iruslilug plant
fiom the Immediate Ulnlty of the In
sane As) mm l'h)slilans aie a unit
In their opinion on the distressing ef
fects of the noise of th? lock crusher
cm the Inmates of the os)lum. I'rcm
a humanitarian standpoint alone the
nigument should be sutllclent to seturc
it Is not st iled from offlclal sources
wlitthei the hut mail to the Coast eon- '
tallied a letter to Seireinry Hitchcock,
ic-cpiestlng a ruling on Cooper's light
to bo absent fiom his olileo.i few'ila.vs
in order that he might repair to the prl
vac) of Ills houie to writ'1 au olllcl.il ii
port. Had suih a ruiuest gone for-1
ward It would bo on a par with ni'iiiti
of the otllclal lorrespondence ema
nating from the double headed Gocr
lioishlp. The oft repeated efforts of the Ad
vertiser gang to read National Com
mitteeman Scuall out of olllce arc be
loiulng laughable. There Is no power
tin Cod's green earth that can fore
Sewatl to rtslgn. and his movements
aie so wet, known an.l so well under-
The case of Humphreys Is giving)
Thurston nnd tlilrty-s.x members of j
die liar Association far more trouble
ban unjoin- else etiept It be ofllceisi
of tho Dcpartmeul of Justice who ntci
forced to watte time In i,olng over the'
voluminous hog wash that Is being i
filed In WnshlniMm by tho exponents
of the spiteful campaign of slander.
The lonesomcucss of hnnkey Is made
more apparent by the labored effort (.
explanation made by the official slander
organ this morning. The conviction of
Humphre)s by resolution of thirty
seven members of the liar Association
was given no consideration by the De
partment of Justice. It went to lhe
waste basket, and Hnnkey. getting
more louesomo requested the scried
prcpaied b) Thurston's meek nnd
lowly followers to hi forwarded at
once. The organ sa)s llaukey got
"Impatient." He will bo morolni-l
ratlcnt before he gets through.
At last we arc Informed the brief has
been mulled and probably reached Its
destination. This voluminous docu
ment was printed In the Gazette olllce.1
so what money Thurston loses out ot
one pocket, he will get bail; In the
other. The thirty-six other members
will doubtless be assessed to pay thn
This brief, we nre Informed, contains
Humphreys' record previous to his
coming here. This Is interesting. It
hows the extreme Innocence of the
men who seem to think the depart
ment wilt go back of Judge Humph
reys commission. This Is tbo first
batch that goes to the waste basket
Then comes numerous affidavits
showing .''ldgc Humphreys' connec
tion with a dally paper, nnd the fur
ther nsser Ion that the Judge has him
Keif written some of the editorials cri
ticising public officers. Hciu Is an
other batch for the D"partment waste
basket. Evtrv allegntlrii made ih-
gardlng Humphreys' ccnuectloti with
a newspaper might be grspel truth, but
thn charge would not accomplish
lodge Humphre)s reiroval nor ells
credit hlr.l In any way with the !).
partmnt. The evidence printed by the liar As
so latlon followers of Thurston proves
that the gont'circn lending and follcrv
Ing In lliU movement have Individually
and collectively mndc asses of them
selves. History will deal kindly with
'them, however, mine t will die til s
Incident as mrrel) a detail In Hawaii's
BRADLEV and HUBBARD 3
L A M PS
S Pop hiiIc by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thes; cods were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalo lie of the above manu
facturer, and are the latest In design and
mechanism. : : ! '.','
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he iooco feet of Haiden
H- litely received, the Emit F. Whit
ney" br.iuiht u lo.co ft. mote, making
TWENTY THOUSAND PEBT.
We have all grides, and our prices are
lower than ever qjoled In this mirket.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
32? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
oppotilte the R. R. ilcpot.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
AND IN DOTTLE.
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
ITASOtSWAllI BID i
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
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C,,,1 aKoI a.- Delivery Wagons
JiuubuaiYu Light &
Contains no Alcohol.
It Ih n natural flavoring concentrated
Carbonated only by tho Consoli
dated Soda Water WorkB Co., Ma.,
Solo Agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Wo manufacture also Ginger Ale,
I.emoti Soda, Hoot Ucer, Cream Sodi,
P. O Bo 160
Geo. V Page. Tel. 229
P. W. Ceardsleo. P. 0. Dox 778
BBARD8LEE f PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. 1441
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Consolidated Soda Water
WORKS CO., Ltd.
Office and Works, 601 Fort St.
telephone, Main 71.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
rt. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
To renr of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
VARIETY Of STYLES.
It will puy you to InHpcct our
Htciclc. t I I t I t
(SOUTH CHICAGO STItlKE.
Chicago, Aug. IS. A general sensa
tlon wan ciented mining tho steel
workers of tho Illinois Steel Works
of South Chicago when twelve of thn
Amalgamated men quit work and de
Lldcd to Join the general strike of the
steel workers. These men heretofore
have steadfastly refused to obey Presi
dent Shaffer's order to strike. As soon
ns Vice President Davis of the fouith
district was informed ot the step these
men had taken he wired President
stood among party leaders whose In- Shaffer that If he would come to Chl-
lliience counts for nnj thing, and by the of the two local lodges, the remainder
President himself, that these wild of tho SOU Amalgamated men emplojed
(IiIIiIIhIi struggles to discredit him , In the South Chicago mills could bo
serve only to strengthen him nnd make. Induced to strike,
clear to Washington leaders the char- Mr. Davis expects to bring about nil
acter ot the pirates arrayed against other Joint meeting of the Amnlga
him. 1 mated lodge during the present week
oi net Siindav, nt which President
Ioi ester Haughs' report on the forest Shatter will mnke a plea for lovnlly to
tire of Hamnkua ought to have the ef-1 1"1" union. If the meeting of tho lodges
feet of awaking the public to moie nc-i une m,t "rl"K ,e r cannot bo
iieiu wie iicm move will lie u public
meeting, to which all union men of all
organzlatlons who work In the South
Chicago mills will be Invited. Mr. Da
vis tonight made the prediction that
there would be n Btrlke that would
close the South Chicago mills lnsld
of ten ilajs.
Street, between Fort unci Alnkcii.
tlvc Interest In the piotectlon of for
cMs. It is unfortunate Indeed that the)
government has not tho monev nt its
disposal to assist In fighting this con
flagration now steadily destroying tho
best water souico of the Hamnkua
district. The plantations nnd home
steaders all along the lino are hard
hit. With portions of their crops elc
htroed and their Income reduced the
managers are forced to epend tlmo and
money In w lint seem nt best feeble f
forts to stay the progress of tho f J o,
Iheso men aie certainly entitled to
the llnnnclal consideration of the Ter
iltory and tho bureau ot Agriculture,
once the flie Is checked should los-o
no time In reforesting the district and
protecting It from destruction wrought
.tray cattle. 'I IllgrailH
PROTECTION HOR COFFBE.
In the midst of Its lejolelng over flee
trade with the Mainland Porto Ulco
encounters a sudden nnd unpleasant
anakenlng In connection with Its cof
fee Industry. Collee, which has been
ii mainstay of this new possession, Is
now biougbt Into direct competition
with the South and Central American
product. Tho call for protection fiom
Porto Hlco bids fair to be much mora
foieeful than any lequcst Hawaii can
offer feline. Porto Hlco has moic capi
tal Invested and ought to .nako a fight
In which Hawaii shouhl be a hoaity
Governor Allen wilting for Collier's
Weekly says there are 22.000 coffee
plantations In Porto Itlco averaging
about twenty-six acres each. Thche
iroduced 2U.&S0 tons In 1S97 worth
tir,24,000. Many of these coffee es
tates mo now offered for sale because
the owners Imve nut iiilllclcnt capital
to cleur them up and carry them on.
It seems Impossible that Congress
ran be Indllfi rent to the depression of
this ludtisti) In the Island possessions.
Thn altitude at which coffee Is grown
both here nnd In Pen to Hlco makes it
the Ideal oppcutuulty for the American
fa i nn i to piove himself capable of
working in the tioplcs with profit to
himself and marked 'idvantnge to thu
character uf citizenship In tlieso new
national precincts. A fair maigln of
protection for coffee could do mi 111-
Jul to cltUeiis of the Mainland and
would establish an el. I of substantial
piospurlty that will be tho salvation
ol thu much cciiiilc-mncd and often do
tplsed tropical possessions,
Hawaii eoffeo glowers should not
BE88IE MAX TON'S DEBUT.
New Voi It, Aug. IS. A large audi
ence which uttended tbo Sunday night
concert at Cherry Ulossom drove Inst
evening had u treat In being able to
hear Ilessle Illltz Paxlon inako her
New York debut. She icoreel most fa
vorably by the manner In which she
mng seveinl very high and difficult
notes. Mrs. Paxton tame hero from
San I'ranclseo for tho purpose of enter
In,; comic opera, but M-veral musical
friends induced her to enter vaude
ville for n short time, which Bhe did
last evening with most favorable re
sults. Pew slugeis have appeared on
any vaudeville stage In New York In
seasons past who ninil-9 such n favoi
able impression on tlu-ii first appear
i as did Mis. Paxton,
ISfJ V2l'2TZ4Smj!l '
Q I IKB V'lT '
mJ ;i i uv
( jlA V:- HIGIIl
An artlc'e which has stood severe
tests, and which can be furnl.vhed
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at (he store of
Lewers & Cooke,
you Inxpcct oup Htock ot
Lincrusta Walton and
before jiai purcluiKc
In iIichc lines.
BRITISH DON'T LVACUATE
Now Yoik, August 20 A enblo to
tho Sun Irom Peking says Tho llrit
leh Hoops w hie ii have been hero slneu
Inst year nui leaving nnd nio being
rellcvecf by new commands. Thiii"
foinpanles. 1'ourlecntli rilkhs and n
battalion or the b'l.i Ilurmnli havo
nrrlved Colonel t'nr reilacos Colo
ncl Alovanclc'i ns commander in Po
'lho falluro of tho Ilrltish to ovueu
ntto Peking annoys tbo Chlnoso ofll
elals. Thuy alono relusu to permit
Yuan Shlh Knl'B troops to enter Po
king, though only two or tho twolv
proposed posts are within tbo iormei
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Aenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
No trouble to s1 rw goods.
Uidcrs premptly filled.
Tel. Main :tf8.
P. O. Box 8118.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
HENnY ST. GOAI.
MenthcrM Stock unci Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase, and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks nnC
-loll Ctillfornlti St..
Sun l-riinclHCo, Cnl.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolldatlrn
of t.-e b:st Bscult Co's In
America, we en offer to the
rubllc Ihr follow Ing choice
makes cf biscuits :
Bremers Cccelian Tea
" French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Style and Quality
unci the price Ih rljvlit.
Can you link more V
IBS MUHCIIANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate Is
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
FFICE. 10 WEST KINO STRK 1
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
RING UP THE
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : 518 FORT STREET
Propel ty In Town and Suburbs,
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK ADD BOND BROKE
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Bulletin 75c. per month.
A. J. Campbell,
Stock unci Itonel Ki-oUcr.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Olllce Queen Street, Opposite Union
CIAL ATTENTION TO
1!5 cents, nt the
Hawaiian Hotel Uarber Shop.
Stalilo 'I'lione. 109 Main.
Hack Stnud, 'Phones 319 and 72
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and ws
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with.1 Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. S6.
W. LARSEH, Wft.
I'rinthitr nt llio l!ul-
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
J In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carta (urnlBhed by tho Day on
tl. R HITCHCOCK
Meieliunt Htieet, Willi Coast IVed Co.
The Evening llulletln, 75 cents per