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EVEHINO IIUt.I.V,TIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. SATt'ItDAY. AUCfUST 31, 1901.
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Published Every Day Eicopt Sunday
At 210 King Street. Honolulu.
T. H by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTO.
WALLACE H. FAltHINOTON... Editor
. Entered at tho Post Oltlce at Hono
lulu as second-dans matter.
Per month, auywlicrc In V. S....I .75
Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid. lO'elgn 13.00
Payable Invariably In mlvnnee.
Telephone .. ..
Post (Mike llox
SATl'llDAY Anit ST 31, 10I
The Ilulletln lias received o copy of
Hie huluiitilal edition of "Tho State'
published at Columbia. P. C. This edl
Hon comes as near perfection In uttls
He arrangement as coull be wished. It
Is a voluminous edition and niiuvvs the
Industry ut this Southern State to b
progressive In Its 'isplrutlons and ne
A8YLUM AND Till! CHUBHER.
If the departments Interested will
take the rhlps oft their shoulders there
Is no reason why the pioblcm of the
Insane Asylum rock crusher should ro
noire n dlsnlny of pyrotechnics. Tin-
only possible cause for undue excite
ment that can be Imagined Is Dr.
Pratt's willingness as executive olllcer
of the Hoard to do the bidding of the
lomp.ut and fndeavor to put Superin
tendent Uojd In nn unpIeaant.nosltlon
that can be wheedled Into political
The Ilulletln falls to discover any
cause for a light In this discussion. In
fact If the gentlemen Interested allow
their tempers to get the best of them
they will undoubtedly make n mess of
what demands calm humanitarian nndiraco; first pilzo $lu, second V. thirl
business like consideration. It Is ap
parent that either the crusher or asy
lum ought to be moved. '1 o remove the
(lusher will leciulre money In the
first Instance and Increased expense
for carting rocks from any other avail
able site. The Public Works depart
ment now has hardly enough money
' for running expenses and can III afford
to make any additional outlay at this
time of all othprs,
The removal of the nsvlum Is less
feasible. It would Indeed be preferable 13. u'l.jnrel thiee-legged race (ici,
from every standpoint to remove tliol'0iil: first prli- $". scconu $.'.;
nsjlum to a moro quiet locality. Tuoj H. Vi nrd tat ladUV raco; Ilisi
.oC.ln rll., nt tlio l.m-n UMilllv ' I'"'1 f"' SUCOnd 2..l0.
expa'ndlng will surround the initltn
tlon In n short time. It Is-ln cloe prox
imity now. The noise of the buay
stieet is to an extent ns Inlnilrnble to
the welfare of Insane patients as thcun,0. 1B yt,are(; nrst jirlzo $7.5). so-.-rock
crusher. Heie again the moneyCi jj, third $2.50.
problem comes In. The government
might sell the present grounds for
aulfielcnt money to build a modern In-
"" stltutlon In some moio rer.iote poitlon
of the Island. This money could not
he used without uitlon by tho Leglsla
(lilt. 1 lie Ulll!ll milwtlli ,-, l.wfc i.tuv-i
..n n-,.n ...... vr........n1 ,s nr.1 ltl.li
tical unless a special session or me.
Legislature Is called.
The financial blockade Is complete
mid tho best of Intentions on the part
of public oHkcrs nro not Immediately!
cnpuble of lemovlng It.
The best solution seems to be for the
Hoard oi Health to close up tho rode
crusher by Injunction If possible. This
will tie up the Public Works depart
ment to r I h an extent Hint tho people
of the Fifth district will soon bo moved
to forceful action that will stir the
government Into adopting snmo meas
ures to raise the money to elthei move
the asylum or the rock crusher. Mean
while let the heads of departments
keep cool. Let their positive opinions
be couched In terms of friendly opposi
tion that seeks the welfare of all con
cerned. Supt. Uoyd Is a man of capa
city and good Judgment ,ind while Dr.
Sloggett has not been us extensively
tried in public ofllco there Is good ion
son to bellove lie Is of tne same cali
ber. Let these two men put their
heads together on n cooperative basis
and tlieie should be a speedy and satls
A JUST .IUDGH.
Justice. Culhralth's opinion In tho
six cases before tho Supremo Court
during the past week not only pro
claims bis right to tli2 title "the Just
Judge," bestowed by a contemporary,
but also pmvea his earnest desire to
"declare tho law" to the best of his
nblllty. Such conscientious labor
shows that ho has at heart the welfaic
of tho peoplo and tho Tenltoiy.
COURT, A POOR Gb'ESKilli.
Tho decision of the Supreme Court
that the Income Tax law Is constitu
tional must come in the nature of un
bverw helming surprise so tho members
(if tho Teriltorlal Legislature, who cer
tainly have been told so many time
that they could do nothing either fit
ting or constitutional that they had
probably como to helLovo It themselves.
We have our doubts oven now whether
the law Is either fitting or constitution
al, and In our opinion tho Supreme
Court Is pretty nearly as poor n
guessei us tho Lcglslatllie. Kveu the
poorest guessers, however, nr bound
tc. hit It right sometimes, and It may
hu that both law makeis and law ex
pounders have decided to celebrate this
line event In unison.
It Is not generally knuwn that wilicn
new battleship Is proposed It Is first
modeled In paiafllu wax and then sub
mitted to a bcrlcH of leFts in (be naval
testing tank at Poitsmouth. This tank
Is 100 feet in length unci twenty feet
vUdo. Tho models rango from twelvu
to twenty-four feet in length, and after
they have seived their purpose am In
variably melted down again, lly far
tho most n underfill naval experimental
biisln Is that Just completed In the
navy y.ird at Washington, It Is lilted
with ail Iho most model n mid up-to-date
appliances for testing tho behavior
cf model warships Some' Idea of (ho
lilj'li finish of the tank may bo gal lin
ed when It Is stated that uver XI -.",0.-UbU
has been spi-nt upon It. Tlt-lllts,
111 AUTHOR IS
Mi IN lolDo
Mr and Mrs, Chas. Keeler of San
l'ranclsco nie In the ilty, having ar
rived by the Ventura fruiu tho Colonies
and will remain In the Islands three
r-s Kf ; ".' v, : : : i; i' t ; .r?
eouperatlon of his vvjfo is producing
two books upon Pacific Island subjects.
One will be a volume of poetry, the
other a descriptive work of the various
peoples and placfa visited. The couple
have spent several mouths nt Tallin
Samoa, Now Zealand and New S 'iith
Wales. They go to HII'J Tuesday to to
main a fortnight.
Mr. Keeler Is n dlrci 'or In the Aca
demy of Scltnc.cs at San Francisco, lie
has Lien working at llteratutu f.ir n
number of jcars. his most iMieieMiul
volume belnt? "Id.vls ( Khlornd ." It
his travels Mr. Keelct has collected n
vast amount of material for short Btu
dules, Labor Day Events
Promise Good Time
(Continued from paje 1.)
2. 50-yaid running rnco (girls ur.dci
12 years); first prlro K, second 2.E i.
.1. ."0-yard running inco (lio)s unci i
12 years); first prize $., second $2...
4. Seventy-flvo-ynrd running raie.
(girls from 12 to 15 yenrs); first prize
$5, second 2.C0,
5. Seveiity-llvc-jnril running raco
(lo from 12 to 1 T years); first pri..e
?5, second $2.;).
U. Sevcnty-nvo-ynrd young ladh-i
lace: llrst prlzo $7.50. second $.'. third
One-fourth-mllo young men's
S. l'0-ynrd fat men's rnco; flrM
prize $15, second $10, third $5.
U. 150-jnrd apprentice rnco; flrrl
prize tin. second $5, third $2.50.
10. T.Vyaid old nun's raco (over 5i
Scars); first prize $15, second $10,
11. lSo-ynrd single? union men's meo;
first prlzo $in. second $., mini $2.5u.
12. luii-yard married union men
races first pilze $15, second $1(1, thlnl
1.",. .Molasses roll contest; first pr..-
c5. scrcr.d $2.J.
Hi. D' ; ciil smokers' race, first pii..
$15. second $10. third V.
17. Onp.hnlr.mlln lilevrle rnn, Clxiva
$, One-mile bicycle r.veo (profes-
slonal); prize 2'i
10. Relay foot lace (one mile) In
quailcr; prlzo $2u.
20. One-fourth mllo blcyelo race
(girls under 15 years); first iuU
1, second $5, third $2.50,
21. Hop. skip and Jump; pilzo $5.
2.'. Running broad Jump; prize $j
2:1. Humiing high Jump; prlzo $5.
21. Tug of war dabor unions); first
pilzo $50. second $25.
iiio-ynrd Joint committee men a
raco; first prlzo $25, second $15, third
$10. fourth $5.
Any person winning one prlzo In the
above events Is debariod I rum all otb
ors. ..to decisions of the Judges will
'1 lie following officers will have
cbargo of tho sports: II. Paton, II. I
Sullivan and James Allen, Judges
Charles Craham, announcer; J. J Nol
lun. Btniter. and .1. T. Shalor. awarder.
Tho third and last part of tho dav'
ptogram will bo (lie grand ball In Hi
drill shed, which will begin at 8 .10
o'clock with the usual gland maruii
Invitations have been Issued to over
Mm men .each of whom Is expected to
lake a lady This will swell tho num
her to about 1.500 people. Tho drill
shod will bo beautifully deiointed fo,
tho occasion and tho brilliant and
nillstlc lighting by electricity will In
one of the features. Tho music will
be furnished by Captain Horger'H or
chestra, which will bo stationed In a
specially erected stand.
Tho funds so far subscribed nmount
to $2,bl5. which will bo amplci to eovei
nil expenses, besides leaving n hand
some surplus to bo presented to tun
Hospital for Incurables.
Following will be the officers In
cbargo of tho events of the cla
Thomns Irving (chairman), Charleq
Mnr.nson (vice chairman). Thomas.
M. Rao (uccictnry) and Robert Ram
soy measurer), officers of tho day,
Matthew Helfern, grnnd marshal
Thomas line, chief maishal; John
Hanson. J. N. Henry. Michael Paton.
Michael Pure ell and Alexander Mori I
son, aides to giand marshal; Tlior.ia.-i
living. J. T. Slinler nml William Hltt.
committee cm parade.
II. A. C. HAI.L TON. GUT.
The dual preparations have been
eoinpleted for (he loncM I and dance to
bo given by the Honolulu Athletic Club
at I'loxiTtH hall tonight. Tho proginm
Is ns follows- Waltz two R'.ep, sons
(Dougherty), two stop; waltz, mando
lin selection, two stc-i, waltz, song
(Livingston), two strp, two step, song
(lien Jones), waltz, two step, mandolin
selection, waltz, two step, quintet
(song), waltz, medley. Dxti'us- Waltz,
two step, waltz, two step, waltz, two
The Evening liullctlu
73 cents per
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS!
POST OI-I'ICU LANE.
BRADLEV and HUBBARD 3
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thcs! g"oJ were ordered from advance
sheets ol the ,ntalo ue ot t"e above manu
facturer, and ate the lateM In dtslt n ind
Call early and mike vour selections.
In addition In he looso feet of Catdin
Hu-1 itely received, the Kmilv F. Whit
ney" br.iiiiht m io,colt. mote, making
TWENTY THOUSAND PERT.
We have all Rt'dts, and enr ptlces ara
lower than ever qjoted in this mirket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will iiiiy you to InHftuct inn
Htock. i t i : t t
Merchant Street, between Hurt tint! Alnkcn.
b HftS 'HiBLiiiiiiiiiiH V-"A
ISLAND 0RDER3 SOLICITED.
JC-- '.BJ-?--7rypy--ijTHpi ! iiim 1 1 mmmmmim-mmmffggggggf
IS ,V fcfagggF jj0r
1 Style and
unci tltc price In ilVit.
Can you link more V
CHAS. F, HERRICK
CARRIAGI3 COMPANY, LIMITED,
liin AII1IICIIANT T.
NEXT DOOR TO STANOENWALD BUILDING,
you Int-pcct our htock ol
Lincrusta Valton and
hcfoi'c on pupcliiitio
In thc.tc IImch.
No trctiMe to sl tw ccoJs.
(JrJers premptly filled.
Tel. MjiIh H58.
I. O. Uox H.18.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
.Deer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE
opnonltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLb.
Ryan & Dement
Also pnprlttois of the popular
and after breakfast If you want to feel
good all clay. Nothing lllio It to satisfy
Carbonated by tho
Sada Water Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Don'i forget that wo nianiiractiiro
(linger Ale, Lemon Soda, Hoot Ilecr,
Cream Soda, Saisapurllla and Iro'i
Office and Woes, 601 Fort Street.
An artlc'e which tins stood severe
tesK tnJ which can be furnWird
as wanttJ, In cooj condition.
Simple can be sten
at the More of
Lewers & Cooke,
Sole Agents. x
HENRY ST. GOAR.
McrnhcrH Slock unci Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and tale of Hawaiian Sugat
Eastern and Foreign Stocks anc
-tOU Cnlliornlei St..
Sun Pi-iinclsco, Cnl.
W. C. ACH1 & CO
Brokers & Dealers
We wilt Buy or Cell Real Estate It
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties ou Reason
)?FICE. 10 West King Strk i
233 MERCHANT STREET.
Property In Town and Suburbs,
1IOUSK3 TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKE 3
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stuck unci Itonel Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Ofllco Queen Street, Opposite Union
CIAI. ATTENTION TO
H5 centH, nt the
Hawaiian ilotsl Barber Shop.
I'liin .lull I'lintiiiL' ut tin.1 linl-
. K tin ollk'u.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. KILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Cox ifa
Geo. W. Page. .. Tel. 229
V. W. Bcor'dsleo. f, P. O. Box 778
BDARD8LEB fr PAGH
rchitect & Builder
Office, Itooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice 1111
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sfe Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
dUILDEK . . .
Jobbing promptly uttendel to.
X. P. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or ofllco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention,
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolldatlrn
of fe vst B scult Co's In
America, we can offer to the
rubllc the- tollowlni; choice
makes of biscuits :
.Afternoon Tea .
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order,
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
RING UP Till:
LIVERY BOARDING and
618 FORT STREET
Htahlo 'Phono, lfl!) Mnln.
Hack Stand, ''lumen U19 nml 72
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Drays for Prelfiht
and Lumber ,
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers (row the Const, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam.
Wblte and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Ilulletln, 210
King street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, Wft.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAYAT1HG - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Day on
. Hour's Notice.
II. rl HITCHCOCK
Meichunt Slieet, With Coast Feed Co.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 centa per