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KvnN'irib nui.iTiN,' ltooCuiAJ. n. f.. tijksday, sept. io. 1901
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Published Fvcry Day Kicepl Sunclny,
at 210 king Street. lltnotiln,
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE K. FAUrtlNOTON... Keillor
Kntcrcri nt the Pnt Olllco at Hono
lulu ns second-class matter.
Per month, nnyvhere In U. 8....I .75
Per year, any hero In U. 3.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, to-vlgu.. ..111.00
Payable InvarlHbly In sdvntico.
Post Ofllce Ilox 1S
Hli:St)AY RKI'TIIMIICH 10. 1901.!
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Whin the Governor wants an) tiling
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In the line of business blockaded, all I
that Is required Is reference to the At-1
,. ,,. tlw. At.
torney Ofiieral's department
The San Kranelscii strike seems to
be fast reaming me ruini vvnere ingnm llllr, .. ,.orsn . llrlv. ., TllB
tnllltU will be ealle.l out nnd Uvea I
sacrificed. This means the approach
of the end. The Inevitable eloso of n
strike Is becoming so well established
that the people will soon wako up In
the point of enacting sensible leglsl.l
tlon requiring compulsory arbitration.
Governor Dole Is "thinking" over
the special session. While the Clover-
or spends h's 'me thinking whit nre
the families to do whose members aro
thrown out of .work on iiccount of the,
lack of funds to carry on public work
The Governor should remember that '
the present situation means n shortage
of bread and butter In the homes of the
Hawaii Is getting n lesson In stock,
dcallng It will bo a long time In for-
getting. In every business transnl-
tlon th'ere comes n day when the!
fiddler has In be paid for furnishing a'
speculative dance nnd the community
that does not put aside Its fund for the
period of depression falls to consider
the Inevitable swing of the business
Criticisms passed upon District At-'
torncj Ilalrd In his dealing with ship
captains and mates make It clear that' "r.. ei.-iiii-ii..rBe.i ..? ...... w.
the duly of a public olllclal under tho "'"0 " forenoon. Jhey had
Tedernl law Is of no consequence In stood evenl) divided fioni too llrst and
some quarters. Fortunately for the -veie unable tn lome to nny ngicemcnt.
good name of tho Nation. Mr. IMIrd Is A mistrial was entered nnd the fo Imv
an American whose loyalty Is not char- ln J'- 're cmpanoled foithwlth for
uctcrlied by the easy virtue of t lif.su n ''" """ wineiiis nu iih-.tiim.6.
.ondemnine lilm. ' w- x. Hmhiinnn. .M. P. H ''"..
i 'Joseph Kunen.i, I). K. Ilnaplll. Vlu-1
cent rVrnnndix. f.eo. Keknuoha, A, j
Superlntendtiit Atkinson semis to y ni,iniI,.Zi ,I st.ilihin. It. W. D.ivli,
think tno objvet of public schools Is to 0Ilr. tlertelmann, .las. II. Cockett I
serve privntc ends. His claim that the ,) . j chllton. I
nlsht sihools should be closed be-, i tho ease of Ah Soon, assault and;
cause Asiatics are the principal patrons ba,t,iry ,.0nnected with the former one. I
H the wildest kind of nonsense. The Jm,R(, (Jcar ,cted the Jury to find
Mine Is likely to be true of day schools ' ft ver,j,.t (lf nt guilty on account of
If tho Asiatic populallou continues to ur) I)f ovldencn. )
Increase. Hollowing out the Atkinson w n. Adams, A. K. Wall and H. G '
method of reasoning the day schools Ciwhlw have been excused from th
shoubyhin be closed. , jllrj. ,)an,. r,lr ,ln IPSt f t,R lcrm.
. Judge Gear has ordered ahiile ofi
It Is n pity Honolulu cannot summon leal estate of the l.itn Donald O. Camp
sutllclent public spirit to do away with bell, on the petition of Ira Kakew. iij-j
the ndvtrtlslug signs that adorn thu niinlstmtnr. represented by lloyal D
bide of tho ahaclea alotq! our principal i Mead. .
driveways. The latfst evldcnco of tliP
sign painting (lend Is on the Chinese
thaiks .tlon,; the Wulklki toad. It
would pay the Chamber of Commerco
to raise n fund to paint these diverse!
nnd sundry shacks In all thu hues ac
ceptnble to the Oriental mind rather! hi- bo appointed ndmliilslrntor of th
tbun allow the drlvowuys to beconio "l."," ."r hli" ,,.l'",., i-?' H,ll".K Ah''
: M.lili li lu cnliiii,! ht .! (If HI tint Inuimiil
decorated lu the present style.
Since the agents of the Standard Oil
Trust have been kind enough to coa -
tribute oil for street sprinkling ex-!
... , ,, . , ' IH'lHH luanrr, iiiueii ,v rl. III1IU11 lor i
pcrlments they will do well to keep ui',(lf,ll(1llllti Kl)n ,,.,, ,,i,j....t011- ,
Hie gooii wonc nnu concrimue mr 1111 Hlgnlng and filing or dec 1 en In riiviir
LUinpaign against inosciultocs. House of plalutli..
holders arc willing to pay for oil nced- Juilgn Gear has signed 11 decree til
ed In tanks or pools-about their nreml hmliiB Henry May ft Co.. Ltd.. to Tile
svs but ejcperlments by tbo sanitary'?" i"n!cn,lr, '""Pintnt aga 11st Wul
onicera In large facts of swamp land M..'-'fe J; jm
will requlie u good sired supply of ,at,tfr,
ull. If these olliclals me willing to1 u H stipulated by Peterson ft Mn,-
glvei their time to the work, thu bual-
ness c omfuuulty ought to be able, to
find wnjsand means to supply tiTe ma
No statement has yet been published
which gives tho public un opportunity
to reach a conclusion on tho affairs of
tho Krancls Murphy Cub that Is fair to ,
In, tli kIiI, u. It is u notub c fact that
thosit attacking Mr. Austin by fur-1
eluhlng material for certain ncnsia
ptrs rellectlng on the expenditure) of
funds have taken good care not to al
low their names to be given publicity.
The Ilullctlu is not prepared to cv
picss an opinion on tho merits of thu
cue but the methods of Austin's up
ponents do not uppcal to an honest
sense of fair dealing. There are men of
row before tho public u few moment.!
of undivided attention; state facts and
put an end tu the Innuendo that Is
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spreau anrouu oy auiiiuniy inai winy
far remains numetesg.
Saturday's btieet railway aecliteu:!
was no less l'lifortuniite In tb'j lniurv
suffered by passengers und daamgc tu
Hie property of tbo corporation Inter -
esleil than the eude-uvor of tbo impiit
Transit organ to glvo a plainly biased
statement of tho uffulr vhttli U lirob
jble to eome before a Jury. Tho h incst
nrlnlnii of Independent witnesses Is de
eldedly ut variance A rejircsent.itlvj
of tbo Ilullctlu wlio ultnesseil th j acci
dent fiom the street corner cor.sldei-3
the trnnirnr driver nt fault for attemp;
Ing tu cross the Transit track, and it
niso seimed to him that thu hiakej on
th'i eleetile car were defective 011 ac
count cifilin Inability of the niotoinuu
to bilng his car to a sudden sUp in an
emergency. Thcro were plenty of wit
nesses to the Incident from which, a
Jury can sift u fair conclusion ns to
responsibility, If not subjected to .1
sei les of screeds published with 11 view
to securing a conviction before tho
trial, utter the manner of thu liar As-j
fcoclatlon In dealing with Humphreys.
good sound senso connected with tho "' 'ii'i vvns pulillshed In tho pajicra,
Murphy Club and If they havq any re- ;M'"- CJeghorn npne-ared In person with
BJi.1 for the continued success of tho ',' " ffiV'I rI,L,"ltTO & W'l1l!('"'
, .. in 1 .1 ,. .Mr llolie tson 1 formed thu court that
trovemeut, they will give the matter .i,,, ...,... iin .,. , "..J..,.
James Antone, n driver for l.culft,
tbo drnyinnn, was a rented this lore1
noon on the chargo of cruelty to alli
um In. Illi case camp up In the Police,
Court before Judge Wilcox. Atltone
wan not very hapy In Ills lone of voltV
niul be was unstated by tils employer,
who trlul to tell the District Magis
trate that the horse on account ol
which lie wan nrrested, was one of tho
moat vicious In the cltv. '
Tho driver stated that he had hern
told to drive the hut dp. The employer
said It was Impossible to Ret the horse
broken In any other way than by ilrlv-
Iiir hint constantly. The swollen hind
leg lmrt ioiiip nbout by means of tbo
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an ina kicking. The Judge said ho had
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trcnie rate of cruelty. The employer
said Iip bad Been a veterinary surgeon '
and liinl learned from him that the
swelling was nothing and that It would
JhiJkp nllwerci, h!U.k ,hnt the vctcrl-'
nary could not know much nnd there-1
upon fined the driver (20 nnd costs and
sentenced him to ten days' Imprison-1
ment nt hard labor remarking the
while that If the employer was not nble j
to recognize the seriousness of thni
offense be should get a little Imprison-1
The horse referred to wns tied out
j,it. the pollen -station tills morning.
Attorney Hitting went up and felt of
the animal's swollen leg. Ho received
a yy,. n the )eR fnr his trouble. l.atcr
on. one of the drivers for the Hawaiian
goda Woiks went In to a store near tho
pollen station to deliver some soda
Mater. He find to pass fiy the horse
and. ns he did bo, the animal let fly.
hitting the man In the bick nnd niak-
lug n wound that caused him' great
HIS IN HI
After being out twenty-two nnd I
nJlr h',r ,l,u '-t tried Ah Kong,1
the Chinese po Iceman, foY assault and
Cliliig Hong Wa Ahl pctltloiiH Hint
which Is vnlueil at $.13.91111, the largest
Item being a II ro claim of $l:t.uiiO for
buildings nnd fuinltuin destroyed b) I
,,n '"" '.'''!"' K"lt ."r 'v,.3; Taylor vs.
?. ' L..! !" .':L " ." ''"' Vf-.'l"
tlievvman lor plalntllf and Kinney. Ilnl-i
Ion & McClnuahan for ilefendant In
IKriuik Mills- vs. .lames Carty that
his bill o. uvcep.'.oiis.
Chuiles K, Peterson for plaintiff nud
Kinney, llallou ft .MeClnnahaii for ilo
fendnnt In Sister Albertlna, tiustee
y.8- Kaphilanl IMale. stlpulato th.it
" .ler' "li'l"';,-' T' """
Some days ago .fudge I.lttln issued
1111 onler to A. S. Clegliom. ndmlnlh
tiator or Antrim Phlllpe. to show
cause why no bhould not be, adudged In
contempt of court. Tho writ was r.j
turnable lu court this moinlng. As
.Indgu Little thereupon called High
Sheilff brown Into court to explain
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The High Hberlff lind n bad live min
utes nt tbo liar, being nimble to glvo
any satisfactory utplnnutloii. .
.No lightning Unshed from tint Hum
derrloiul, howover. .Indue Little Ink.
lnK Hi" lenient eoursci, of continuing
J" J J.', !nB ,,"t" Tlmrwluy morning nt
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For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x159 planted villi
fruit trees, 300 feet from
JrVilder Avcnoe. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OHFICE LANE.
nt. t,n ni.i ivn ijlf
- OH tiii: IMVORITU
f BRADLEY and HUBBARD
l-'or hiiIc Ity the-
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These K'ods were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalo ue of the above manu
facturer;, and are the latest In dtsl,n.ind
mechanism. : : t s :
Call early anJ make your selections.
In addition to 'he ioojo feet of TJarden
Hov htely received, the "Emllv F. Wnlt
ney" brought in lo.eco ft. mote, making
TW11NTY THOUSAND HIIIiT.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this mirket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to tunica, just received vi. the
"OLYMPIC," for s..tlc :tl the lowest figure.-.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mci'C limit Street, hetvvcen Hurt unci Alukeii
u w c m a m m. o
Mt mlMi "-tAjMMMi-1 MA-H
BOivLiiXiH in varitv h
m, ' ' WH Colorings and- Effects H
I mm ' mmm ,V,;:,:;:..
HDpfAfl WjTt meiiHurement lll
Kta Wil'I ' ' ellstrl but In ti M
Ell f ilm BBAL8
Hy:flB I aCfVH AlnLen Street, M
Hl I LX'-J-Z btLOV.' MKKLIIANT M
XWJm I p'teif yH PIIO,NI:-.lMN.'irS M
Ml J Mm M I
Ik-re is Munethiri!! to po down the-sptxilwuy
vvitlt. If you are proud of your Imrse liftclj
hiui to a Wiijjun that will not tletnct from
M- vjiitie eltlter in speed or appearance.
TRY THIS ONE.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
CARRIAGE COA1PAINV, LIMITED.
125 MURCIIANT'ST. Next Uooe to 8tiiiiVenvviilel llulldlnjv.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St. Honolulu. H. I
uppcmlto the I!. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
Is steadily growing In favor among
people who appreciate good things,
nnd Is rapidly becoming the favorite
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Hole Agts. ror tho Territory of Hawaii.
Offlrc nnd Works. iMl Port nnd Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Water, etc., delivered free to
ull parts of the city. Island orders so
All Oreler-H IVomptly Pilled.
. iTelepticme '-'III.
HENHV ST. GOAIL
MenilicrH Ktock unci licincl
Edward Poliitz & Co.
AND DUALEU8 IN
I Particular attention given to pur
chase nnd tale of Hawaiian Suga:
Eastern and Foreign Stocks anc
10.". Ciillfornln St.,
film PeiinclHco, Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
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Wo will Duy or Pell Ileal Estate II
all parks 'of the group.
Wo will Soil Properties on Reason
)FFICE, 10 West Kino Sthfii
Tlo Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretania street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BO'D BROKER
REAL ESTATE k)
402 JUDD BUILDING
' A. J. Campbell,
Stuck unci Itoncl lire) leer.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchabge
OHlto Queen Street, Opposite Uulon
314 PORT ST.,
Has tho Ilcst Assorttnent of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In tbo City.
Fnifim HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND IWDAYS.
mrs. w. lTeatonT"
TEACHER Or MUSIC.
Tel., Blue 1903.
WILTON LODdE. PAWAA.
lias lesunieil teaeblnK- Vaenne-les for
liiulteil number ol pupils. Special
teiins for beginners or inoro than nuo
pupil In a fumlly, l'JlTi-lvv
Razo-s Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hutcl Barber Shop.
l:Olt HR CUNTS.
Architects, Contractor iand -Bulldes.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANOE1WAIP BIDj HOVOlUtU
V HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
V. O B01 ito
Geo. W. Page,- ,JTel. 229
P. W. DcardsUe. V. O. iBox 778
ArchltcctH anil Itullclers.
Ofllce, Itooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches end Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. T441
OP ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Atlun lS; RobhiHon,
Queon Strott, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. P. BERTELMAN'S
I Ctippentcr Shop
'to rear or 0m stand, mtmnceon
King street. 'Orders left at either shop
or officii nt John Nott's store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Ow'pc to'lhe coiKolidatlrn
of t e b-t B cult Co's In
America, we can offer to the
public the- lollovelnR choice
makes cf blcult :
Brcmers Cccclian Tea
" ' French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CHAS. DAVID, MtimiVei
Now Open for lluHlncecH.
PlncHt of Accoinniocliitlon.
FlncHt of Ituthlnrv. : i i
lie Kure to Get Off nt t t
I t l t Wiilnlun Ktntlon
RATU8- SJJ.50 per day t
Kpcclnl lintCH by Week or
Month. t I t i t t I
For further Information adJres :
IIALIilYVA P. O.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
IliNd IP THI-J
LIVERY BOARDING and
) SALES STABLES,
: : : : tt 518 fort street
atublo 'I'liatie. iua Main. '
Huek Stand, 'Pbones :tl9 nnd 72.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Draya fji Freight
Our representative) mettB all Incom
ing ttcamcra from the Coast, and we
check bsago on all outgolni; steam-
Wlille end Black Sand For Sale
Onicfo with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. 80.
W. LARSEH, Vfi.
Xho Evening Ilulletln, 75 cents per
jtf i-'sft, -K-"
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