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EVENING nm.tAtTlN. HONOLULU. H, T.. FKIDAY. 8EPTBHI1KU 6, 1001.
Published V.etj Day Except Sundajr,
at 210 King Street. Ili.nolulu,
T. II.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD.
WALLACE 11. KAUIUNOTON. ..Editor
Entered at the Post Ulllce at Hono
lulu as second-class tnatler.
Per month, anywhere In U. S....I .75
Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid fo-elgn....13.00
Payable Invariably In aihunce.
Post Oillcc llox 718
.si:i'Ti:.nii:n c, iot,
To trust Is to bust, but the average
victim of a spendthrift trust appears to
"so broke" most en the time while the
tirst rolls up coin lor future genera
tions. It Ik wurth) of note t..nt the un
jilt'.tp.mt lemnrks made by eastern pa
pFU rcKarclliig Mrs. Wilcox had their
origin In the political gang represent
ed b the morning organ.
The mosquito problem need not con
tinue such a serious and unsurmount
ablo affair If the people of the Island
will keep pace- with the work done by
scientists of the Mainland.
Agriculturists of lianall should
mark well Prof. iopbcle's naming that
there mo pests less to bu desired tlinu
lantnnn, and see to It that the l.intnnj
tic,rlc Is promptly destro)ed.
Hawaii ha J one consolation In con
templating the sugar trust siheme to
takd the protecthe duty off raw su
gar. There Is no barrier to refined ru
gr from Hawaii being placed on tho
mcrket on a par with tlie sugar trust
Slxto topes will And himself the
srallest II) that ever ..iizzed on the
national wheels of American go em
inent. He has probably aroused more
Interest In Huwull than he. will cer
b" able to center about lilmsvlt In tho
The announcement that Wm. .1.
Hran contemplates molng to Chicago
suggests that Nebraska prosperity Is
burying the slUcr leader so deep that
lie considers It best to moe Into now
llcbls where the lightning of discon
tent strikes more often.
II exeiy foreign military olllrer does
not koop his ejes open with a Iew to
llnillug out nil he can while trnelln
through the tTnltcd States. thenorag
Ai.nrlc.in Is ory much mistaken. Tim
wonderful expose made by the Aiher
tifcr this morning Is amusing sort of
a Holglan hare proposition.
Ilnnna has said ho Is n plain busi
ness man and not flttci for tho
PrOMlflpnnv nnriRnldll' tn tl.n ,,lw
hnnd has tho training and nblllty to
particularly lit mm ror tlie place. On
tbeso grounds there seems but one
choice for the Itepubllcans to make In
naming the next natlini lender.
IVst Impressions of Honolulu gain
ed by passengers landed from the Do
ric at ciini nntlne wharf last night
re old not hnvo been hlghlj enthusias
tic The hackmen of the city ought
to see to It that proper transportation
is available) for Incoming passengeis
ulititcwr wharf the Rteamers dock nt.
Efforts to obtain Chinese laborers
from the Mainland will doubtless meet
the 6amn clllllcuUles encountered In the
scare li for Portuguese laborers In Cali
fornia. Chinese aro after the almighty
dollar and while the present era of
prosperity continues they probably
mrke more money where they nrc than
icuild be obtained In Hawaii.
It Is fortunate the asylum rock
insher has gone on a strike for tnc
time- being. The breathing spell thus
allowed department ofllccrB will doubt
less bo a marked advantage In reach
111' a calm solution of the problem bo
fere them, to decide whether the crush
er or the asylum Is the white elephant
In the case. .
Thu popular favor with which tint
first electric lino of the city is re
ceded appears to hau stirred thu
rapid transit ambition to a marked
degree. The more the merrier. It is
hoped tbo men behind the latest
scheme will strike a Ik-sky transit
The Public Works department Is
gaining the gratitude of n long suffer
ing public by the temporal)- repairs
now bclns made on Heretanla street.
Ow'ng to tho natuie of tho lo.idbcd tho
Hut heavy rain storm will probably
make the street ns bad us ever, but tho
people appreciate a fairly level road
though it may not last long.
Assessor Pratt Is having the most
difficult task of his life to discover
ho much money the Teirltory can
tank on as a result of tbo income tax
law What with the prospect of ap
peal to higher courts nnd the raising
of specific Illegal points tho schedule
of taxes will be a more unsettled prop
osition than the Governor's estimates
before- tho Legislature.
If J. II. I!o)d'b boom for Congress
is sprouting on Hawaii ns tbo Herald
Intimates, the people can lank on It
Mr Uoyd will not waste any of his off
ilal time nursing the plant, Supt. Iloyd
Is tending strictly to his official busi
ness ns few of his predecessors have
ilrnc Ills ambition Is pioved to be a
progressive administration f the most
important terrltoiinl office and It Is
wife, to say that fly by night booms
will not lead him astray. Ilovd won't
love any slee-p, though the people are
veil uwaro that he would be a first
rlnss man for the Washington position
when the time comes for a change-
HANNA AND R008EVBLT.
Senator Mark Hanna's Presidential
beiom seems to be taken seriously In
Ohio. Whether this Is becauso Ohio
must uphold Its reputation of nlwnyn
tuning a Presidential candidate ready
or the outcome of it jHnltho ambition
ou llnnnas part remains to be seen.
When Perry Heath In an interview
of come months ago brought Hanna In
to the field as a logical candidate, the
people were surprised but Interested.
Hanna's Indifferent reply quieted ac
tive! susplclalem that the bee was In
his bonnet. Interest has c entered morel
particular!) In Vice President Noose
veil and Oovornor Oelell of New York
will, a few favorite sons like Pair
'banks of Indiana and Shaw of Illinois
The Washington correspondent of
t'le Toledo (Ohio) Uladc takes Hanna
In all seriousness, however, and de
nies two columns of plausible figures
and forecasts which show that Hannn
has the whole situation In the palm of
bis hand. All he has to do Is close hit
Augers and the plum It his.
Itoosevclt Is recognized nt the out
set as an active aspirant for Presiden
tial honors in 1901, notwithstanding
the Vice PiesMontlal hoodoo he has to
overcome. His recent tilp through tlm
Vxst Is spoken of as a part of Ills plan
to keep his friends In order nnd lilt
boom In motion. Koosevclt Is said to
center much of his hopo In the West
and make much of his New York till-rci.i-hlp
to strengthen his came. Ac
cording to this correspondent, how
ever. Itoosevclt's grip on his native;
Sti'tc Is weakened by tho unexpected
strength shown by Governor Odcll who
I said to have n firm hold on the
State organization. New York's vote
Ik forthwith stricken oft the Iloonevelt
lo'l which leaves him with the vote
of Idaho, Kansas, Montana, North Da
kota, I'tnh. Wjomlng nnd possibly
Washington, Oregon, California nnd
sonic of the Now England 8tatcs. These
conceded States will give him 77 votes
In the convention to start w Ith and h
will need 176,
It Is Hannn and Hanna alone who
looms up strong according to the Ohio
authority, Hanna Is said to be sure
of all tho Southern States that will poll
a convention voto of 33.'. Ho can ol
course- get the big vote of the Ohio
delegation and U said to be a strong
f.everlte In South Dakota nml Nebras
ka on account of his personal effort
In thorp States at the last elecTlon.
Thus an additional 73 votes Is flgiucd
leto the Hanna column.
(Juay with Pennsylvania's big vote
W known to be opposed to Hanna but
thl. Is not supposed to count. It only
remains for Hanna to play the game to
llniilly Ferine the complimentary voto
given favorite sons and land the prize.
Tho Toledo Uncle correspondent
reads Koosevclt out of the fight with u
celcilty that runs like a sure tip on the
nues This has happened to Itoosevclt
beltri-. but the Immortal Teddy lias
never been known to become panic
stricken In consequence. The men who
arc figuring on side racking Theodore
Roosevelt nro reckoning without their
host. If the situation appears dublou
for him It Is but the signal for uarclcr
wcrk on tho part of his friends. Iloose
velt would not know what to do with
himself If there were a walk over In
sight.' He may Ineleod lose as Is pre-illi-pil
bj Hitunu'H frlemls. Piesidcntlnl
((-mentions pl.iy queer tricks some
times. It Ih to be hoped he will
triumph and In his own Inimitable way
npfct Hip nice laid plans of the men
who opened the VIco Presidency for
him as a convenient sldo track.
Planters and homesteaders of Ha
waii are Justlfleel In calling upon the
le-rltorlal officers for more onorgetle
effort In quelling the fires of the Hn
makua district. Thus far tho attitude
of tho government has been nppioach
lug Indifference. It Is pretty hard when
tllP III fltiftrf ., .... .... ....... t.i-
-I--. "..in-, Bcm nut property
rrr.lm. i... I., un.ni.. ... i . ..
..... ,, ,,, omunc m ume me nutuori-
tl.U nlilatl.. ........... .....
"- nuKKtM mm no no what
h" can nnd tho government will try to
reimburse him for the money he puts
out to save his own anil government
In the libel suit of Knee-no ,Pn.
vs. Hawaiian Cn71.1t.. -,, .'
t,i 'ct"rnMl verdict for plalntir.
t1.11. uamages. .n npih.n was
noted bcfoio Judire. Mill ..1 .1. .
Itojal D. Mead. pmim.i in .1. ,.,.
ant In the suit or J. I,. Ilowlnnel vs. !!
ron O. Claik. entoiod p cnnfomlnn of
Juelgment for tlm mnnim ,iimn.i ,..
: . . .-.. mini -ii. i,t
loie Juilgo Little-. Owiiro A. Divls
mr piainuit. tiio nmoimt wus J177.L',-,
and Interest from macuiltj on 11 unto
at six months, dated Pomona. Calll.
December id, lSSC.
It. Zurhei vs. Honolulu Tobacco Co.,
Ltd.. enmo on Tor trial beloic Judge.
Little- this morning, tbo fillmvlnt; jur
being empaneled: II. Nuiiknin, A. W.
Pearson. IJ. K. Hnnapl, T. Kruusr-, D.
K. Hoaplll, o. Cox. J. Zablan. It. W.
Davis, I, L Cocicctt. .1. s. VhI1.,
J. A. I.egros ami .1. A. Mc Candles.
CI. A. Davis for plaintiff; Itobertsoi
at Wilder lor defendant. The suit Is
lltr Kmitl tlWINlllu ualn.... .... ... a
-"- " -"".1 tn lllUUUKt'l
ot defendant's store ami $100 for o
pinsi-s, amounting to $800,
A mono Onrela has been aricsted on
tho ehargci of deseitlng his wife, a
native woman, tlarcln will light hl
case. Attornet Cielghton will nnni-nr
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFI'ICE LANE.
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BRADLEY and HUBBARD
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
These goods were ordered from advance
sheets of the (atalosue of the abov t manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to the looco feet of (Maiden
Hoe lately received, the' Emilc F.Whit
iiey" brought us to.coo ft. mote, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our prices ara
lower than ever quoted In this market .
Pacific Hardware Co.,
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will pny you to Irmpcct our
Htoclc. t t t t I i
Mci-chnnt Street, between Fort unci Alnkco.
IIIIV; T4Jr l'f?lfp'fllll, M TTt! f"1 Pi"' ' nllB
HAvljrvJH N VARIETY. H
Hjp . H Colorings and Effects H
BLk;-! niwjZM wu" i,"i,cr 1
rV fi'rTS mcuHurcnient 1
lw?9 lriiV'M hciiIc. We are M
HIwjH Silil ' Jfl dlMributlns H
B?iiH - IMM them FREI: M
WM , ;fej BRALS
HtH I PftAB Aluketi Street, H
KtH 1 1 L -&M I'LLOW MERCHANT WW
WWJMm ( P',WM PHONE-MAIN 58 H
unci the price
ton you iiHk
l!ir. 1V1ERCIIANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
opponltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletois of the popular
and niter hrcakfnst If you want to feel
good nil day. Nothing Ilko It to satlafy
Cnrlioneted hy tho
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole AKtB. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
Don't forset that wo manufneturo
OInKer Ale. I.emon 8oela. Iloot IJeer,
Cn-ani Soda, BarKaparilla onel Iron
Office and Worna, 601 For 8treet.
Opening Announcement I
All Orclcrtt Promptly Filled.
HKNUY ST. GOAR.
MembcrM Stock nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention riven to nur.
chaae and tale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Forelcn Rtnrk nii
4011 Ciilifornlu St.,
Snn Frnnclwco. Ctil.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Pell Real Estate In
all parts ot the grjup.
We will 8ell Properties on Reason
)FFICE. 10 WESTKiwoStrrh
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretania street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku SU.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AMD BOJD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUOD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Htock nnd Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock ExchaiiKe
Offlce Queen Street, Opposite Union
MRS. W. L. EATON,
TEACHER Of MUSIC.
Tel., Blue 1903.
WILTON I.OlMin. pawaa.
lias lesunii-el teaching. Vncnntles for
UniltOfl lllinilu.r rf n....lln o. ,.f
"- " i"iiio. npui'iui
terms for licRlnnors or more than ono
in'ii in u imuuy, 1925-lw
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
HOIS U5 CliNTK.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
TANOENWAIU SID , HONOIULV
Hoffman & Riley
f. O Bon ito
Geo..W. Page, i Tel. 229
P. W. Beardslee. . P. O. Box 778
BBARD8LEB & PAGE
rch!tcct (V Builder
Office, Rooms 2-l. Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. till
OK ALL KIND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen '' RoblriHon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
f NTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
ii. H. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or olllco nt John Nott'g store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owlnc to the consolidation
of tie b;st Biscuit Co's In
America, we can offer to the
public the following choice
makes of blwilM :
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
Fnll Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
KINO UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : ' ' : 618 FORT STREET
Htahlo '1'lionc-. 109 Mnln,0 ,.,
Hack Stanel, 'I'honoa 319 and 7.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Dphvr Int. KkkIiM.!-
Our representative nitriii nil in,,
Ing steamers from the Comt nnn .
check bcage on all outcolne steam.
White tod Black Sind For Salf
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel, 86,
B. LARSEH, Wf't.
FOR BALLAST !I
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTS
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Fcea Co.
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cents per
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