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RVKNINO DUM.V.TIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. MONDAY, SKIT. 9, 1901
lul)ll8bC(l Fvery Day Htccpl Sunday,
at 210 King Strict, Hi nolMlu,
T. 11., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACR H. FAKIUNOTON...i:dltor
Entered nt tho lnt Olllco at Hono
lulu ns seeond-class tuattcr.
' SUHSCltll'IION UATKS.
Per month, aii)wliei iu li S....I .75
Per year, auwhtie tn U. 8.... S.OO
Per year, postpaid to elgu.. ..13.00
l'auble Invariably in nUvaiicu.
Post Office llox 71".
Thrt.Mlnlsteilnl I'nlmi hold Ita mi
nimi nit ctliig nt iiio parlors of Central
I'liltm Church thin ninrmng. llev. w
l Wtstuivt'lt, pre-slili-nt, was In tho I
tbnlr. Reports we're, received front J
the treasurer, (he progrnni lommlttct
aim the Held. ,
'I line new inemherB vvern Intrnilin
ed. lz. llev. Mr. Mnivln. the new 1
united Mates nrmy chnplaln at Camp I
McKinlo), lte C. llartlett Djl.e Jf.
prliulpal of Kntnehaniehi School, n' m
llev I.. M. Haitley, agent of tho. jg
AMI Saloon League. J
Hut ) UHborne told of bin glow- m
in" vvorli In eonnedlon with HI Clem-1 f-
i lit eh.tpi I nt .iinklk.. JSn
llev Mr. Thu lug reported his nm It l
among the Chinese nt l'alnnin, ' 5t"
tlu Isl.-iml of Kntinl and In Koin III I ct
OF TIIK HAVORITU
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
PL AM P SI
. , , ... ti. .i. i. ...... mii.ii mi wall, ns thriving and Intreuslng.
mun, ""'""' '',,,, Mr Wnldnm stated tlm phns foi
U bunds and to litlc noli t do t((h( irK.idi!. eonti mpla.lnr,
miii ui.ii u win uuiiuiiro . w.. greater aillMty tlinu ever In the. vnrU
to take up n very strenuous campaign
atu'iiM thi nioanulto. Dr. Slogge-tt i
rtidlmsg to give the matter serious
ti imlilrratlon Ih certain, however, to
be fruitful of results In the not far
Prune IxMuTiihy. the apostle of eos I
pel tempernnte Rave an Interestlt. t
talk about his work recently, In Ann i
trnlla, and deelind his purpose of
helping the cause In these Islands to
the utmost o, his abllltv. i
Many of the mlnlsti-rs e(nessid
their appreciation of Mr. Murphv .
work and their desire to help It Ih
ever way possible. (
ltev A H Coiy, elinlimnn of not'.
InatltiR eoninilttee, presented the ft.l
Inning mini's of onuo-bcanrs for the
ensuliiR ear. tho report beliiR adopt
ed Hev. J. P. Hidninn, president,
llev V 1) Wnldnm. secretary treii.
urer, Itevs V. 1). Westervelt. .1 1's
borne and V. .l. Klniuld, piiiRraiu
Mr. D)le dosed the meetlnR with
AUU8U OI: IIUMIMIRLYS.
The iirujers of JudRc llllmIlhrcys
iiiiinlfs that lit shouiii meet with In
ChhaRO having remained unanswered.
Ibe enemks arc tnroilRh their dul
authorized orgnn,. iiRaln before the
publle mouthing the U8iial blllliiRSRate.
Iioiibtless In their hearts uiej cuise
Ji'dRe Humphieys' maker, that their
prajers were of no avail and the
.ludRe Is able to face the traitorous and
loiiKt'Somc llankcy who appears to
eherlsb a few dollars moie than honor
nul lonlty. '
II Is worth) of note bj fair minded
iiiltmi Hmt the iircnn of '1 iimstonlan
spite Rives the Associated Press ills-'
patelus dialing with Judge Humph-
itvs ns special correspondence nuv-
Ing charged the Judge with nil phase. Washington. Aug. 30--Judge. Hum
of eorruptlon that lan be thought np,IP"l"H of Honolulu ea led nt tho Un
it now maintains that he has corrupt-' IWtment of Justice today and had an
ed the Assnelated Press representative tirvliw with AttornO Oenernl Knox,
of Chlengu and Washington. This Tin Attorney Oenernl has nnnnged for
,.,-,.in ,niu i ili,,l be time u,eu , n htnrliiR of the charges against .ludg
Tnurstem eliarwl a United Press eor-1 Hmnphrc to be held next Monday or
.,.i. i ..in. i.. i,. .Mn.,1, nn.i ihn Tuesday. Judge Humiihrejs will b
Eeeietary of State was so well aware l'8tnt ns will also bo 1'icderlck V.
of the utter falsity of the charge that Hnnkey. who repiescnts those nitm-
h tcfused to make an InvestlRatlim l" "f ' Honolulu bar who are an-
There is as much reason ,o oelleve t. at tURinlslle to the Judge. At the ion-
Hi.niphrc5s ha been able to mislead clesion of the bearing the Attorney
Mai 1 111 tiilrn AliA Atij 111111111 nil
Associated Press correspondents a-t
t' at Thurston or hi Advertiser tan
h hontst In i.iclr political se hemes
TI dvertlscr seeks to make the peo-
,.t ...llt (I,, I ll..mt.hrev Lout nil! WaslllllRloll. AtlRUSt 28. Till Attor-
AsFoclated Press torrespondent by his
Ten' hiiIc by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thcs: r-ioJs vver: orJcreJ from advance
sheets of the eatalo tie of the above manu
facture, and ate the latest In deln ind
Call early anl make your selections.
In aJdlilnn ti 'he toooo feet of Oa.den
Huv Ulely received, the" Emllv F.NVhlt
uey" brought us to.ccoft. mute, maklnR
TWENTY THOUSAND FLBT.
Wc have all RfaJes, nnJ e,ur prices are
lower than ever quoted in this ni.tket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
(Icierul will take the ease unilei ad
v-scmeut and lender his conclusions
see ti therenftei to the I'lesldent.
SAMPSON A SICK NAN
nev General today leeelved 11 teleginm
nlnm il In flfttt nlinrniilid if llitiollll (
hespltnl bed but the people arc not rlu.rn,1;; , ,h!,rRcs mnilo npnlnst
such fools ns the organ of mnllejous j,jKl, ihimphievs and asking for hla
t-L'te irtdlts them with being Th removal. Yesterday he reeelved 1
WasblnRton reports of the Assocl ited teleRrain sIriumI by about tvvcntj-nve j
Press come direct from the depait- membeis of tho Honolulu bar. cxpiesi
ment. None know It better than thn ns their entire eonndenci. In Judgo
Advertiser Mudav.t tiends. Hence the HJi;hKn.Mng that ho be re
balci misrepresentation In seeking to I
Tiiuke these dlspitiiien nppear as spe- chlcugo, August 28. JiiiIrd Alinin
th! correspondence , s. Humiihreys 01 the IVdernl Court In
the wnulnR cause of Thurston and Hawaii, who was taken suddenly. Ill In
bis miek and lowly liar Association ' Chicago last week while en routt-iroin
sheep Is evidenced In the story pub- WafiljiiRtun tei Snn Krnncjseei. Is muili
IMi..! under a WasblnRton date "'proved In health. His condition.
. , ... ,. . 1 .1 1 ... however, may et make nocesary mi
of Aug. 24. It ennta Ins this n elite- , ,,oraton ,', dodslem will bo rt-a. h
"There Is no doubt that tho delay lti1Ml Iiy ,(. hrK,.n3 tti,ln a week, mi
presenting thu charges has mnterlallv ih suffering Mom acute kidney trouble.
Injured the liar Assoehtlon case." The
liar Association never l.ad any case.
The action of Its thlrtj -seven members
was prompted by malice " and Is so
rei-ciKnl7ed by the Depertment of Jus-i ..... ....
the. The whole tenor of the Adver-1 , '""J' Swuil.ec. N. H . Aug : Jl- l'n
tlrcr's repoits from Washington ' ff M bI8 '"" Admiral William T.
shows a recognition of .Meat and a fcl'ii I'an genu through his last
foolish endcavo! to let down Timrstnn , ""lnalKn- Tlu"'t' ttho ,1BW nn Mm
and his followers as easy ns possible. n w' ,U111 wrK sa l,ml "e wl" "N,"r
' lit able to nppear heforo thu eomlii
uii-ii-r in ma run a . ctn rt of liuiulrj In Washington.
H,HT JNMANOA. I A(lnl,rn, Snmpso1 , verv .j.
There was tremble up In Manoa val- n,r'u- Tlint ' tllu m"- lf "' ly
It) yesterehi) afternoon As a itsultj 8l,-,ln'"- wl,- f,rom "''' '" tlme- ''""
four of the Kallmapehu bo5s. Moepono 1'Httly made tho Journey from Dostoa
and a little boy by the name of Anwn- nrl r'Ttsmoutli to attend the Ailmli.il.
na were arrested by officers who were "'- "Me' "n hlm at Hurke-hnvcn
unt up to Investigate the trouble. I """1 Hotel and when they left shook
It teems that the natives In question ' l cl' n"'1'' "'nlnously. Tlic pbyslelnus
...... I ll,n ...Mnl.ln Lrar.lnn. nf file '' rclllhe tO tnllt. When Allllllllll
Cblnamen In the valley and Instructed S-impson arrived here It was expected'
tl-em to stop working. The Chinamen """ "'" '"k- u.,. i.siut .in u
refused to obey and the gnrdeners say nuiked Improvement In his coudltlon.
that they then bent them with sticks "" wnB fl,r from uclnK we '",'l h
and anything that they could pick ,lu mme. Insteacl of showing Improve.
on the premises. ,n nt- ,l18 t",lltl"1 na srown steadily
Auwnna. the little boy, b.i)s that ",irt!-
Johr Kallmapehu Is tho man who,
struck the Chinaman who made thu
complaint uiul cut open his head. On,
the way to tno polite station, this
native made the statement that ho was' Spokane. Wash , AilRiist SI. All to
int to blame. The Chinaman was at P"r,8 "how that tho wreck on tho
fluit Jllrent Noithein. foity miles east of
' "Tr r n t ,,,", rrty i Kwam,n;r &
neatly. The Clitnatn-in who was bat l,BOtnB (ll tll0 ,,, r AnK.,rmi
tcred appeared at (he police station ralliiiailliiB. Thlrt)-loui lives wero
and officers were nt onie Bent to tho loft and ten peisona weie liijuro,!.
sunc They came on tnc natives nil- lhrco of tho Injtiied will surel) dlo,
avnrcs and arrested the whole gang '"'1 citherH vi.ero seriously hint,
before the men reall) knew what had ll Htreiiuous and heiole efforts llftc in
,,,,,, or the btidlt'H weie taken fiom the
iiappincu. Iwietked ears All tho other vie tints
Tho caEi- will come up In the Police tt(r(. i,,,.,,,,,,!, rminK Sl)t. v ,
Court tomorrow forenoon. In tho )mns nnd his son, T. Kirk Downs.
meantime-, tno poiico nro investigating
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to h.trnos, just received i.i tlie
"OLYMPIC," for sale at the low est liyures.
G. SCHUMAN, LID,
Mcpchunt Street, between Port unci Alnkcn.
thu matter and definite charges will
h? made when tho proper time arrives,
RACE ENDS IN DEATH.
TO GREET TUB CZAR.
Philadelphia. Aug. 2S Kievcn per
tniii. were burned to deutn or drowned,
hrlf a dozen were Injurtd mortally and oltlc Inl piogrnm of the fetes Is still
Paris, August 31. As tho clay set
for the nrrlval of Hie Czar in Finnco
approaches Interest fn Ills mnjestyit
visit Is niilcknnlriR. Tho nowspnpeia
are dcvntlnR eolunins dally to the va
rious nrrangenientB nndei way. Tliti
kcvcial are missing ns it result of thu
explosion of tlu port boiler on tho
sler.mhnat Clt) of Trenton this after
noon on the Dolawaie river flftteu
miles alum, tnnii 'I In re were, more
thim Mil perrons on tint nn.it at tho
Km" of the accident and the vessel was
stunning up tho river tit top speed.
Pirn followed the explosion, and when
ttc boat was beached on the Pcnnsyl
vni la side of the stream It was burning
fiertel) Hefnro the II. lines wero epieneb
el it was burned to tin; hull. It
ecems almost a miracle that any of her
pastengers est aped.
Luwtnn'K Portrait O" Ktninrm.
Washington, Aug. 31 '1 ho War De
partment has been Informed that tho
pcslal aiithnrlt'es have decided to
plain a portarlt of fleneral II, V. Ijiw
ton, who lost bis llfo at Han Mateo,
In tho Philippines, on one of the new
Issue of postage stamps.
iinpiibllHlu d, but It Is now known that
tho C7ai will reatli Dunkirk tluiluat
(ho morning of September 18th.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Here is something to ro down the speedway
with. If vtiti are proud of your horse hitch
him to a wagon that will not detnet from
li? value either in speed or appearance,
TRY THIS ONE.
(25 MERCHANT 8T.
Next Deior tt. StiinVcnwtiltl ISiilltllng.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE AiERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu,.H. 1
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
opi.tmltc the It. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN I'OTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also prorrletois of the popular
la Htentllly cronlng In Invor nmoni;
people who nppreelute Komi lhliiK.
nml Is mplillj botomliiK the favorite
family ill Ink.
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole AkIh. Tor the Territory of Hnvvnll
onirt- nml WorkH. "1 l-'ort nml Al
Telephone No. 7) Main.
Stula Wnter. ete. iltllveieil frit- to
nit p.irlH of the tit). ImIhiiiI ortleiK ho
Archlteerti, Contractors and Bulldfcrs.
Edward R. Swain,
tTANOEIWAlb DID ,
V. HOFFMANfe J. F. RILE.
Hoffman & Riley
I O Re ito
Geo. V. Page?.
P. W. Beanlllce.
V. O. Dox 778
BEARDSLEE i PAOE '
ArchltcctH jintl HulltlerH.
Ofllce. llooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, Tt II
Sketches nntl Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1411
Oh AM. KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen fSb Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
All Oi-tlei-s Pi-iiiiitl I'lllcil.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. R. BERTEUIVIAN'S
I - M O V II D
To rear of old stand. Fntrnnre on
King street. Orders left ut cither shop
or offlco nt John Nott's store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
ViljJY 1N varie:tv- H
lmrMm ur-m-uAit h
RU &)iH Ca'1 ,inJ '"k fo-r
hLw?sMv' iW5 wi" " i'"i"--' H
wtm I Iv'm inciiHiii-ciiieiit H
KE it; mm J-f-M hchIc. we .ire m
Wuy tM 'm dlstrihutliiE
mm , ysSsa b&als
HtUI I 0mm AHikcn Street. tM
HtvH V f ) V.-'H ULLOW MI.KCIIAST M
mTAmm I I r o m I'lioM.-main ar.s H
MHi ' fH p. o dox Has m
f mmm mmmm m
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Meiul.ei-H Ktock unci Ittintl
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
I rnrtlctilar attention gWen to pur
chase and cale ot Hawaiian Suga;
Eastern and foreign Stocks ant
10a Ciillfoi-nlii 8t..
Sun Pi'iiiicIhcu. CiiI.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Deilero
Wo will Buy or Pell Real Estate It
all parts ot the group.
Wo will Sell Properties ou Reason
JFFICE. 10 West Kino strk i
Lewis & Co.
Ovv-'nc to the conolld.itlcn
of t e tvt B scult Co' In
America, we can effer to the
rublic ihr tnllowlni; t-hoice
makes tf blcults :
Brcmers Cecclian Tea
" French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makat side of Beretnnla street
between Pilkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEK1N
Waialua Beach Hotel
Now Open for ItunlneHH.
HlncKt of Accommodation.
FlncHt of ISn thing, i : i
He Sure tn Get Off ut t s
lltt Wniiiluu Stutlon
RATES- 82.50 pep duy j
Speclnl ItuteH by Week or
Month. I t I l l I I t
For further Information address :
IIALIilWA P. O.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
STOCK ADD BO'-D BROKE
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stock nnel Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Offlco Queen Street, Opposite Union
MRS. W. L. EATON,
TEACHER Or MUSIC.
Tel, Blue 1903.
WILTON LOIKIU, PAWAA.
llaa rosumed tenchlnt;. Vacant los for
llmltt'il number ot pupils, Hpcilal
te.rms for beginners or moro than oiw
pupil In n family. ia25-lw
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
Hon as cunts.
When You Want a Rig
him! i v thi:
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : 5ia fort 6treet
Stnl.lei 't'lie.no, 10!) Main.
Hnel, Stnntl, 'IMitint's ai!) nntl T2..
. J. J. SULLIVAN.
Our representative mtets nt) inmm.
Ing steamers from tho Coast, and we
check hnsROBO on all outgoing steam-ors.
Wblte and Black Sand For Sal?
omco with Hvenln? Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel, 80.
W. LARSEH, MTi.
The Hvenlng Hulletln, 75 c'cnU per