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EVKNINQ TJUMATIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEUNESDYV, SEPT. 4, 1001,
Published Every Day Encept Sunday,
at 210 Klnc Street, Honolulu,
T. 11.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD.
WALLACE 11. KAUUINOTON... Editor
Entcredat the I'ost OHlco at Hono
lulu as second-class mntter.
Pr mnnth. Anywhere lu U. S....S .75
Per year, anywhere In U. 8.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, Foreign 13. uo
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Olllce llox 718
WEDNESDAY.. SEl'TEMHEK 4, 1901
Attorney General Knox has ic
ri'hed that brief against Humphreys,
No listen to the Advertiser's long
etory on hat he 1U do with it.
Tin. Insular decisions nlare Hawaii
In a position to ask special favors In
Concessional legislation as n may ue
sire. On the other hand these clccl
lons open the way for Congress, acting
i.n.inr ilin Inilticnce of our old enemies.
to make special laB for Hawaii that
will be disastrous to our material
proKrtss. The best thing Hawaii ran
do under the circumstances is to hold
to the run tenor of lis present way
and nold the probability of being plac
ed on the defensive.
The New York Yacht Club Is not re
C(llng much sympathy over the mis
fortune of the Constitution or the
particularly good s.iowlng made by the
Shamrock II In her trial work. Tho
New York Yacht Club's attitude, to
ward I.tnson has made Llpton more
friend than any other Incident could
possibly obtain for him. Many Am
ericans there arc who will cheer with
inthuslastlc vigor If Llpton succeeds
In lifting the cup when it Is hoped the
contests for Its possession will be free
from snobbish Ideas passing under tho
name of sportsmanship.
Congressman Llttlefleld's sharp cri
ticism of the Supreme Court declslou
lu the "Insular cases" striken "a re
sponslw chord In the minds of thou
sands of thoughtful citizens through
nut the length anil breadth of the land.
That decision In Its relation to tho
Foraker act was entirely at varlanct.
with the popular sc'itlrne.nt outside the
few selfish ones who are enthusiastic
to sco the United States building tip
a vast colonial domain. It nas opened
up n vista of poslblslltles that contain
all the elements necessary to wreck
the foundation principles of the Nation
nnd the feeling of distrust which It en
genders Is by no means confined to U R
men who see fit to oppose It for mere
ly political gain. There are many Re
publicans less outspoken than Lli..n
field who heartily endorse hln iui
tagonism of the Foraker act and be
lieve his criticism of the court Justified.
They look to Llttlflld as a man of
courage and capacity who will not 1
low a false Idea of party fealty to carry
him with the flood that must sooner or
later work party9 disaster.
Soarcs. the Portuguese driver tor
Henry Waterhouse, appeared In tho
Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of heedless driving. He was rep
resented by Attorney Lewjs while the
prosecution was ably represented by
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth. The
case took In the neighborhood of two
hours to try.
The prosecution and defense put on
two witnesses each. The evidence of
Soares was rather Interesting. Ho de
nied that the Japanese cleaner of the
Tramwajs Co.'s tracks was standing
still when he approached him driving
up Uethel street when he was heard by
cecrul people, to make this very
statement to the Deputy. Sheriff, ar the
police station yesterday. He stated
further that bo believed the Japanese
should have got out of the way for
him when he called out.
The Japanese who was In the car
Tlage with Soares at tne time of the
accident upset all the plans of the
prosecution by testifying directly
against the defendant and giving tho
prosecution the very evidence It de
sired. He said among other things
that Soares was In a hurry to get
home because his mistress was wait
Ing anxiously for the carriage.
Judge Wilcox said' he believed th
man guilty und then stated that anv
one had a right on tho streets after the
fire department and the united States
mall. A fine of 125 and costs was 1m
posed, The case will be appnnled to
the Circuit Court.
BIG WORKERS DIVIDEND
New York, Aug. 28. President John
Mitchell of the United Mine Worker!
of America, has Issued a statement, In
wnich he says:
"The agreement reached between the
men and the operators In 1900 Amount
ed to an Increase of $25,000,000 annual
ly, for two hundred thousand men, so-
rureu nt an expenditure of 1500,000,
which Is a bigger dividend thah the
Standard Oil Company or the Morgan
banking company ever paid. '
"At the April convention, ut an ex
penditure of $5,000, concessions were
granted amounting to nn Increase of
Take MerHchcH's Place.
London, Aug. 20. Lord Strathcora
nnd Mount Royal, tho Dally Chronlclo
believes, will ho nppolnted successor
to the lato Lord llerncln'll as head
nt tho delegation representing Brit
ish Interests in, tho Joint High Com
mission. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxatlvo Dromo Qutnlno Tablots.
All druggists refund tho monoy If It
falls to cure. fa. W. Orovo'u Blgnaturo
Is on each box. 25 cents.
SAN FRANCISCO STRIKE
San Francisco. Aug. 28. numors of
the previous day In regard to the
strike situation received little vcrlflc.
tlon In tho ecnt of yesterday. What
ever foundation there Inay have been
for reports of a disposition on the part
of several unions to defy the leaders in
the City Front Federation and return
to work no such action occurred auj
the l.aboV Council and City Front Fed
eration ofTlclals arc finding time tu de
vote much attention to preparations
for tho celebration of Labor Day.
The unloiiR now out on strike and
the others nflllatcd with the Labor
Council will participate In a mansto"
parade and celebration In tho city,
while the Ilulldlng Trades Council will
unite with councils of the samo trades
from other cities In a celebration at
Shell Mound Park.
Twenty non-union machinists from
New York arrived hero yesterday
morning to go to work at the Union
Iron Works, but It Is not known post
lively how many succeeded In reaching
the scene of their future employment.
That the entire party did not remit tU?
works was due to the vigilance of th
pickets placed by the Machinists'
Union. -Those that did reach the work
reported for work very much frighten
ed. Special Officer Elwell, who was
escorting the non-union men, attempt
ed to prevent the machinists from lit
tacking the New York men inn was
roughly handled. His pistol was taken
from him and enough blows landed on
his face and head to make It nercssai)
for him to go to the Hnrhor Emer
gency Hospital as soon as he reached
this side of the bay.
Five strikers set upon Andrew Tat
tcrson. a non-union mnn, at tho corner
of Dcale and Folsom streets early yes
terday morning nnd bent hlra so i
ercly that It was feared that death
would ensue. After having his wounds
dressed he ws removed by friends to
the WnldcckSanatorlum. The men
who attacked Patterson lay in wait
behind nn Immense tank on Ileal
street and when he hnd passed Jumpeo'
A murderous assault was made Mon
day evening by strikers upon Frank
Dolls nnd J. Iloyerson, foreman In ho
Joshua Hendy Machine Works, on Fre
mont street. They quit that cvcnlri;
and boarded Ija Union street car at
Montgomery avenue for their home..
Si strikers boarded the car at the
same time nnd when the car reaihed
Iluchauan street Dolls and ltoverson
left It nnd so did the strikers. Dolls
nnd Iioerson were at .ice made tar
gets for a shower of rocks nnd other
missies li.1i! when they turned around
to see who their nssallantg were they
weie attacked by flic six men with
clubs and severely beaten.
II. Huck was attacked by strikes ut
Fourth and Berry streets yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock. Duck, who
has been a machinist at the Western
Sugar Hennery for the last ten yens,
was on his way Into tfoe city, when six
men sprang out at him from behind a
lumber pile at the crossing nt tl.e
streets mentioned. Ilefqrc Buck i:ad
time to defemt himself he was knocked
down by a blow on the side of the heud
and while lying prostrate on the
I ground he wax beaten about the html,
fare and body In such a manner ns to
necessitate Ills removal to the Emer
Four shots tired in rapid succession
nttracted a large crowd at the corner
of Turk and Jones streets last night
about 11 o'clock. It Is not known win
It was that used the pistol, though
several people who arrived on tho
scene shortly nftcr the first shot hud
been fired claimed that the shooting
was done by a man who, accompanied
by a woman.' was walking up Turk
street. The cause of the shooting
could not be learned.
SULTAN TALKS WAR
Constantinople, Aug. 27. The
French flair was hauled down from
over tho Embassy of Frunce ufter tho
! departure of the Embassador, M. Con
. stuns, and It will not be hoisted again
until diplomatic relations are restored.
Tho staff of the Embassy remains here
nut tnerc is no charge d affaires.. The
French Consuls In Turkey have 'been
directed to continue to protect Frencli
Vienna, Aug. 28. The Tagcblatt to
day nubllshes mall rnrri'Minnilpnrn
from Constantinople which says tho
Sultan will go to war rather than
yield to unreasonable demands; thnt
ne is sum) ing plans for defense and or
dered 300 guns from Clermuny.
MORMON MOTHER DBAD.
Salt Lako City, Utah. Aug. 2S. Mrs.
Zlna D. II, Young, widow of.tho lat
President Brlgham Young, of "the Mor
nion Church, died today aed80. it.
Young was stricken wifci parol) sis a
few days ago while visiting ner daugh
ter near Oreat Falls. Mont Mrs.
Young wus born at Watrrtown. N v..
In 1821 und was ono of tlv pioneers In
the Mormon movement, following the
small band across tho continent to tho
Valley of the Salt Lake. Sim
married to Joseph Smith nt Kauvoo,
III., and after his death became the
wife of President llrlgham Young. She
had for ycam been Prominent In
chinch work. Thero aro now but four
surviving widows of the famous Mor
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 56x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet front
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
OF THE FAVORITE
BRADLEV and HUBBARD
For sale by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.'
Th.es; Roods wtre ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
mechanism, t -f t s :
Call early and make your selections. .
In addition to 'he loooo fret of Harden
Hose htely received, the "Emll F. Whit
ney" brought us lo.coo ft, mote, making
TWENTY TH0U8AND FEI1T.
'We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this mirket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will pny you to Inspect out
Htock. i i.i : i :
Merchant Street, between Fort unci Alaken.
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
Style and Quality
unci the price Ih right.
'Can you nk more ?
CHAS. F. HERRICK
CARRIAGE COMPANY, LIMITED.
I2B MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
you Inspect our Htock of
Lincrusta Walton and
, ' before you purchiiHe
In tlicHC lines.
No trouble to sew goods.
Orders pre mptly filled.
Tel. Mnln 358.
P. O. Box 838.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu,
Pnimo Beer ,
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
opponlte the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
and after breakfast If you want to feet
good all day. Nothing like It- to satisfy
Carbonated by tho
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole ARts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Don'i forget that wo manufacture
Ginger Ale, Lemon Soda, Root Ilcer,
Cream Soda, Sarsaparllla and Iron
Office and Wor..a, 601 Fort Street.,
Opening -Announcement I
VAII Order.. Promptly Filled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
McmbePB 8tock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention glren to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sural
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
Son Francisco, Cnl.
tf. C ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
we will Sell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. ,,
1FFICE. 10 West Kino Strrji
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Property In Town and Suburbs, nnd
HOUSES TO LET,
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AHD BOND BROKEtt
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stock and Bond. Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Office Queen Street,, Opposite Union
MRS. W. L. EATON,
TEACHER OF MU8IC.
Tel., Blue 1903,
WILTON LODOE. PAWAA.
Has restimort tpnphlnir V'nf.nnlna fm
limited number of pupils. Special
terms for beginners or more than ouo
pupil in a family. 1925-lw
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 25 CENTS. t
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
STANQINWALP BID ,
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman &, Riley
.. AND BUILDERS. 4 j.
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V. O Bo ito
Geo. W. Page. Tot. 229
P. W. Beardslee. P. 0,,Bos 778
Architects & Builder
Office, Itooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. 1441
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sr Robinson, v
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P .TRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
4. F. BBRTBTmAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott'a store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolidation
of tre bsst Biscuit Co's in
America, we can offer to the
public the following choice
makes of biscuits :
Bremers Cecelia. Tea
-" Frewi Wafers
- Water Bisciils
Foil Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want' a Rig
niNO UP THE
LIVERY BOARDING and'
: : : : : 518 fort street
Stable Vhone. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, Thonea S19 and 72.
'.J. j. SULLIVAN.
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check bagjtage on all outgoing steam
era. Whlte tod Black Sand For Stir
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King streeL Tel. 86.
W. LARSEH. iYr.
FOR BALLAST !!:
f White nnd Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit...,
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carta furnished bj the Day on
, Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 centa per
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