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EVENING nUI.Mi.TIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SATtJIWAY. SEPT. 7. 1901.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FAIUUNQTON... Editor
Entered at the Post Office at Hono
lulu as second-class matter,
Per' month, anywhere lu U. S....I .75
Per voar. nhvwhero In U. 8.... S.OO
Per year, postpaid, fo-elgn 13.00fk kneed, heartless llocrs who uro
Payable Invariably lu ednnce.
Post Office Ilox 71S
SATUllDAY....SKITi:.MHEH 7, 1901.
Visiting German officers are beln.
subjected to more Belgian hare yarns.
those Kltthuir Is now sending out of
Tho Investigations o( Itcvenue Col- (, Transvaal. The stout heal ted men
lector Chamberlain bear out the state- , women who have borne the brunt
ment o( the llulletln that Hawaii wllllf the war and Us disaster nre tin
find few recruits among Chinese of mo t liniiRod. In fait. ecry new move of
Mainland. Tho tendency Is all the ,P )rltltl Ktin only to Ineiease
olher way. I Boer bltleirts. and brings a icneunl
; of tl.e plcdgi' lo do or die.
Col. Lake's amalgamation appears ' If tho conditions lu the Transvaal nre
to be one of thou- false alarms which 'not fast approaching n.ucli the same
aiUptlng the name uf a union move Mute that existed In Cuba, dlslnterist
r.ient serxes only lo Injure the good rd ohserveis nic being decidedly mis
name of the thoughtful work carried lnfi,imed by the dispatches from that
on In the Interests of Intelligent labor. ecction ot the world. Tho llrltlsh nroj
- bj no iiu-inis as heartless as the Span
No one has fathomed the reason why I". lit their proclamations nre nc-l
the Supiemc Court should want the eimipllihliiR quite as wide spiead dls-l
flag dying during Its sessions. The 'less without adding to thn, stability or
nnjorlty law students of this august strength of llrltlsh rule. The drain on j
bod) have done nothing but seek to tho H'o hlood und finances of the na-
discredit all the flag Is supposed to '!"" ''as not been decreased nor Is
Tho exclusUe fraiiclilse electric
company seems to bo still nl work
making repairs for the Improvement l
tho sjsteni. ltepalr. are all rlec
It Is to be hoped the improvement In '
the system will be apparent some time
be fere the end of the century.
. rTT . . ..
A solution of the labor problem.
worked out by a Mlnneppolls cartoon-,
1st Is presented In this Issue that ought
to appro i to the men Interested In ho
labor dllllcultlcs Hawaii Is deiolplnRl
f a hobo labor character hat don t
want no woik," and Is just ns en
thuslastlc oer It as the tic wnlker and
brake beam rider of the Mainland
Ihc administration Is said to hope
(or a decision of thf Supreme Court on
th'j Philippines before ihe next Con-'
gress (Oinencs. it also hopes (or al
decision favorable to the ptesent plan
o( dealing with this new possession.
The people nre equally hopeful o( an
parly decision and the character of tl.nl
Porto Rlcan decisions has put them In
such a state o( mind they nre ready to
aci pt most any kind o( nonsense.
"ilic.adldtlonal funds for the Custom
House secured by Collector Stncknble
Bbowa that tho Treasury Department
U not blind to tho neccrslty of an
adequate (orcc to give prompt despatch
to the business of local merchants.
Tli Honolulu custom house Ib one of
the most profitable Institutions tho
United States ubtalnrd during the an
nexation period and It Is gratlflng to
ki'ow. the 1'cderal department is not
forgetting us though we nre Uo thou
sand miles from homo.
The nntl-Taniraany forces of New
Yuri: city are having splendid success
lc obtaining eWdtnre lo proe the cot
luptlun of the present city admlnls
nation. It now remains to be seen
whether they will spoil It nil by fight
li.g among theiiitelicB ocr the can
didate (or Major. Tho Citizens'
Union won the first Greater New
Ytrk rampaicn (or Tammany, ucd 1
there seem to be some enthusiasts who!
arc ready to repeat tho operation Just
tu satlify what they uio pleased tu
call their loyalty for Seth law.
Thn Federal experiment station I1113
I'ecii nllowcd to rcet for some time.
"Director Smith Is pursuing the een
tenor o( his ptogrebslvc way In a man
ner that does not attract much atten
tion at pieseut but piomlscs marked
results lu tho not fur distent (utute.
Iho Territorial exer'itlru, however,
seems to hav so.thoroajlily (oigottcn
tiiir branch o Kedcinl npeiatious that
It has (ailed to fulfill Its promise of
turning over (he lenmlnder of the de
sired laud. The experiment station
nfllce Is still on Teirltoilal land, not
withstanding the guarantee given somo
ueeks ago that thu shottcomiuss of
tlie original proclamation would In
The publication of the House Jour
nal und the legislative) enactments
have furnished a valuable example o(
tho superiority u( the llulletln print
ing department. When the llulletln
w..s awarded thn contract (or piloting
the House Journal the Advertiser wns
enthusiastic In Its asseitlan o( tho
Iltilletln'B Inability to do tho work
within the required time. To quiet tho
(cure of tho old time feeders at (I10
Supreme Court lunch counter tho
Bulletin put up a bond of $500. Tho
work wns finished tun days be(oie the
tlnin allowed. The Advertiser was
awarded tho pilntlng contract for the
session laws and delivered tho product
o; Its ponderous movement several
Considerable space Is given In this
lssuto to an article published by the
llcvlew of Itcvlevvs dealing with a
common enemy too well known to
Hawaii tho mosquito. Local scientists
stcto Hint tho mosquito Infesting these
Islands Is not tho disease distributing
nr.cphelrs a fact that may occasion the
gcreial Indifference with which our
pccplo contemplato measures for tho
ilcf tructlon of tho disagreeable and mi
ni ylug Insect. There Is sufllclent rea
eon, however, why the local breed
should bo given closer study. No good
points can bo offered In the mosquito's
fuyor. Hven the prlnclplo of live and
b't live docFti't apply, slnco tho Insect
Is no respecter o( persons or comfort,
nothing In (act hut n screen. If there
Is any country on earth where an nntl
mosquito campaign ought to be popu
lar, Hawaii is tho r..'i c.
Ttlti UliK CAUHE.
Lord Kltchner In his latest report
makes note of letters received (mm
Cltn. I)c Wet nml President Steyn In
answer to the latest proclamation.
These letter Indicate that the lloem
nre snuieniely Indifferent to the British
proclamations whether I liene docu
ments promise death, banishment or
houses and lauds. '
The lloer leaders and the majoiltj
oi their follow eis arc manifestly In
I ho fluht to stay. There are o( course
Hcnrs whin the lloer forces nie in
sibm. liriiisu wnen me iiricrm nrr.iy
upnioadie. Ecn Washington nndi
In few loyal followers were surround-,
ed liy men practically trnltors to the
cai.se. The easy political virtue of I
such men doubtless gave hope to III It-1
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Mi centrals at that time nnd furnish
id the basis for dispatches not uiillko
mere mmnii eu impe u win vv nil inv
last lloer Is laid low.
vu,l'"cr Intervention by another
I1 ' J,18t ' r noj ,1,c trA
"'" ' us 10 o ut a spie.......
opportunity for some llrltlsh enemy.
an'' on "' '' '? m"c P18"' t"'
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wm,e - htm M or' ""J" ,h.e Jcn,0,M,"w f
lias Its tinnils bo full tfiat the Door
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WELCOME TO THE SIIAUUOCi:,
Hall, Shamrock Second!
And welcome .
To our waters, w here
Pet haps you'll swat
The Cup s Defender
And will bcai
liacl. to Albion
For several dozen eais has not
Been part of Ilritntn'stilumphs
That anybody Killing of.
And then, again, perhaps,
Yon won't. Such chapB
Ab have been hoc licfoic
Hare left our shore
As empty ns they came; '
Has Kept the name
"A met lea"
That try nnd try and TItY
As Britain's yachtsmen will
They cannot 1111
Kcnulred to tul.e It down.
To us to keep.
And we nre not asleep.
1 1 may be. Shamrock. uu
The P. I). Q.
That's needed In
race to win.
If you rit that Cup
You'll have to hit yourself up
To bent the band
And the by.-lnws,
"iou'll have a rim (or jour money.
Hall and welcome,
O whltu winged Challenger
1'iom over tho sea,
Come to these waters
For vie tory.
Swell out your sails to the fullest
llclly them till they crack,
Holding tho winds or Heaven
As tourtured on the rack;
Strain In jour harness flciee'v.
Whistle and shriek and cry
As a spirit held In the vvaterr,
Ai a bird across tho sky;
Clutch to your wide, white bosom
Thu swift Impelling wind
Oiapplo It. foico It drop it
Irto Iho billows behind.
Coaxing, caressing, cajoling.
O tall spaned Challenger,
Call, as a lover Imuloring,
lo the winds that feebly stir
The laiy lap of u wulers.
And lure them troni (hell rest
To come with the trident of Neptutiu
To goad you on to your best.
Uy Zucka, jou'vo got to,
Or jou'll bo walloped
1 10m stem tu gudgeon.
You will In anyhow,
Wo think ot this side.
Hut let us not anticipate.
lu the meantime,
And have one with tia.
The Cup "
.May never cheer j-our soul,
Hut you can havo
Our flowing bowl.
William J. Lainpson lu New uil,
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x159 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OI'FICK LANE.
H NEW IMPORTATION 3
- On THE FAVORITE JJ"
E BRADLEV and HUBBARD 3
I L A M P S
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Tries- K'od wtf nrJcrc.l from advance
slnct of the eatalo u- ot Mt above manu-f.utur-r,
and are the latest In dtsln inj
Call early and make your selections.
In adJIMon to he 100:0 fret nf ra'den
Ho- I itcly received, the ' Emllv H. Whlt
ney" brought u io.cco ft. mote, miking
TWUNTV THOUSAND PLHT.
We have all RNdes, and cti' prices Ml
lower than ever qooicd In thl market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, jujt received via the
"OLYMPIC," for ..tle at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcrchnnt Street, between Fort unci Alnkcn.
BvjLl l.H1 t'MMALUl H
iB0fiiaL4!iH IN VARILTY. H
mmwJlm up'T-DATE m
kSv,jtl MIh C;i'1 ;inJ " for He
isssM ivRii vmih - 1'iipci nil
RtMIAa YJvfl inuiihiii-cmcnt mHI
irM Jr-l'M scale. We arc SHI
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Wm , ii$$a seals m
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Style and Quality
(ml thu prlc In I'lfilit.
Cnn you iihl more '.'
CHAS. F. HERRICK
CARRIAGE COMPANY, UIA1ITIED.
IS5 MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Franelteo Agents Tho Ne
vada National Dank of Sin Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Dank o( San Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank ot Lot
New York American Hxchango Na
Chicago Merchants' National Danlc.
Paris Credit Lyonnnls.
Berlin Drcsdncr Hank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-hong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Dank
o( Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o(
llrltlsh North America.
Deposits received. I.oans made on
approved security. Commercial nnd
Travelers' Credits Issued. Hills o( Hie
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact n General Banking
mid Exchange Hiisincs?.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, nvnilablc
in nil tlio principal cities of the
lutt'iwt nllowcd "lifter July 1
18HS, mi iied deposits 7 dn
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not lic.tr interet unless it remains
iimlUturht'd for 0110 month), I!
months .1 per cent., 0 months U 1-2
per cent, 12 months 1 per cent.
Pioneer Building nnd Loan
A30CTS, DEC. 31, 1899, $1 12,077.00.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Ilanl; for monthly deposite.
Houses built on thu monthly Install
Twentieth Scries o( Stock Is now
opened. Ol-VICL'ItS 1. F. Lansing, Presi
dent; S. II. Hose. Vlco Piosldont; C. H.
(5raj Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Sccro-tarj-.
lilCCTOK8 T. l Iinslng, S. '2.
Itose, ,.. V. Ocnr, A. K. Kerch, Henry
Smith, J. I.. McLean. J. D. Holt, O. 'i.
Gray, V. L. Howard.
A. V. a BAH, -Secretary.
Liiambcr o( Conimcrco rooms.
Olllce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Dcposltn will he
received and Interest allowed by the
Hani: at (our and one-half per cent
Printed copies of tho Rules nnd Iteg
ulatlons may be obtained on applica
tion. Olllce at haul; building on Merchant
lHSHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Special Bank
Sulncilbed Capital Yen 21,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000.000
Itcsctved Kimil Yen 8,310,000
Head Office, Yokohama.
Tho Dank buj-s and rcrelvcs (or col
lection Hills of Hxchango, Issues Drafts
and Utters o( Credit, and tiansacts
n KOncial banklm; business.
Cn I Ui ntpol (nr (i mo-iihi. 4 pr cent r a.
On FJ Urrollfr,t 6 " yi "
On 1 Utl i-t(.o't lo- " M "
Ilrnnch ci( tho Yohohamn Specie Hank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
An arllc e w lilch ha? stood severe
tfjii. nd vvhMi can be furnl'ltrd
as'vvjnted, In gr.cd condition,
Sampl' cm lis seen
at the tort of
Lewers & Cooke,
Sole Ajjclltrt. (
J. D. Jewett
J. .1. WILLIAMS
A In PlIHtclH
V Wutei Colors 4
J OIL PORTRAITS.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
opponltc the It. R. depot.
PR! MO LAGER
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also prorrletois of the popular
la pteaillly griiwIitR In favor amuiiK
people vfho appreciate good thing,
nnd Ik rapidly lioconiliiK the favorite
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Solo ArIb. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
On. and Works. 091 Kort and Al-
I M ctroe.H. '
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Water, etc.. delivered free to
all parta of the city, island ordent so
All Onlci-H Promptly Filled.
HEN11Y ST. GOAIL
McinbcrH Ktock unci llond
Edward Pollifz S Co.
AND DHALKRS IN
Particular ntteatlou given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian uga
Eastern and Korclsn Stocks anc
ton Ciilliomiln St.,
San ri'cincihcii, C;il.
W. C. ACH1 & CO
brokers & Dealers
Wo will Hity or Pell Real E:tate it
all paits of the grjup.
We will Sell Properties on IUnson
J-TICE. 10 VEST KIKC STRF
To Let oi Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of bsretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku St.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MCRCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIW
STOCK ASD BO.oD BR0KE3
REAL ESTATE AND
FIN HO AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stuck nnd Hmul lirolccr.
Memhor of Honolulu Stocl: Exchauge
Olllce Queen Street, Opposite Unlci.
MRS. W. L. EATON,
TCACHER Oh MUSIC.
Tel., Blue 1S03.
WILTON LODOIJ, PAWAA.
Has lesumed teaching. Vacancies for
limited number ot pupils. Special
terms for heglnncrB or mora tlnin one,
pupil In a family. 1925-lw
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR SS CliN'1'8.
Architect!, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
STAKOENWMti DID ,
. V. HOFFMANN. J. F. HILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Box ito
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 22
P. W. Bcardslce. P O. Cox 778
BBARDULEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office, Rooms 2.4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu. T. II.
Sketches nnd Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. 1441
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen S? Robinson,
(jueen street, Honolulu.
C . TRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly uttcndel to.
I. K BBRTBLAIAN'S
To i ear of old stand. Pntrance on
Kll:i: street. Ordcru left nt plllior idnn
or iifllco at John Nott's store, King
street, will recelvo prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owlnc to the conolldatlrn
of V e bist B scuir Co's. In
America, ue can rffcr to the
tubllc Hit follou Inz choice
niancs el CKCtlts
Brcmcrs Cccclian Tea
"' French Wafers
Pull Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
W. H. THONF, ProrrlMer.
When You Want a Rfe
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : B13 PORT STREET
Stable) 1-hotK JOD .Main.
HncU Stand, 'Phones 19 nnd 72.
J J. SULLIVAN.
Draya lor Freight
Our representative taeeta all Incom-.
Ing steamers flora the Co.ist, and we
check baspage on all outgoing steam
ers. WlillB and Rlirlr Sand. Fnr CO.
Ofllco with Evening Bulletin, 210 '('
Ing strceL Tel. 80. f
W. LARSEN. B''r. '
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AflD SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnlahed by the Day on
II. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Stitct, With Const Kced Co.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per