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PostOlUce Uoi 718
WEDNESDAY. SEITEMIIEH 11. 1001.
If ankty Is the only mun hi Wnshlnfi
ton n the dofmslve. Humphreys of
fered no ill tense. He doesn't hate to.
i The llocr ar U developing lt
amusing plian-. No ooner hua Kitch
ener plastered the country with proi-
: Mnmntlmm thmi lip U'pt Ht'tft hU IITOC-
lamutlon bureau nt work spreadlnR the
Information that he will shout nil Ilrlt-
lull troops found In Oraime t'reo Stnie
after a specified dale. Thus liners and
iDritlsh Hhoot ns u business pursuit and
Tailil to the i?aoty of nations by tho
side show war of proclamations.
If there Is one thing for whtili vurl
oils Hoards of Health have bei n round
lv riindenincil. It Is the exercise of .1 1
,?! prerogative, nlwiijs seriously trltlclseil I
- . . .. .1 . I.. 11... . -.. ...
l?A,atid often questioned lu the lourts, of
SY making regulations supposed to havoj
fl'thn force of law. It npiieavs tho I
' .!.... I... ...... i(t.,.i.t - iiul. Ilia. HW.anlll I
plumbers are about to ask the present Austin's antagonists arc careful to re
tloaril to follow this questionable vx-'mnln nameless btnlrnl tfio barrier of
nmple of Its predei-esrorn. To discuss j tho dtfamulory Advertiser. The or
this plan bi'foie the plunibcru fullv set j Ban this morning bases Ifs scandal on
forth their eiiio would be unjust, but such as this, published this morn
the Hoard of all things should not nl-1 lug: "A clergyman reported having
low Itself to enter upon u policy of heard of Austin siiylng," No more
making any additional regulations . damnable form of attack has over np-
.productive only of acrimonious ills-1 prarnl In public print. If It be tint "a
curslon and appeals to tho courts. No (icrgym.tn" has no other grounds for
department of the government has so j distrust tliatn what ho has "heard"
much muncT that it can nfford to waste I Austin "1ms said," tils proper place in
coin as well as time lu defending a
IKwIbly indefensible position. The!
:. jjLegisiaiure h me piopcr body for the
thiniliprn In nnnm.wli
The seaion of strikes and threatcne.il
ttrlkis hci broiighi out one pioiluct of
honest d allng that deserves n wider
" epread publicity than It lias thus far
rccilvcd. The mill owners of Kail
Itivcr IhnllHL' themselves ovcrstockeil
with certain lines of goods decided to ' 'f Francis Murphy has his wits
tnako a cut lu wages. Whether tula I u,""lt Illm '' will "cop liimself strictly
movctacnt was made vvitU a view tofrte rrnr" tno l1"'"" workings of Mur
forclng a stilko Is n matter subject to' ',hy 'l'ilw, and allow the men and wo
dltnute. Whatevir tho Intention nf thai nlt" wh" 'l-'VO glvtn their money, to
owners, the result of a cue was lnevl-i
One Mntlifvr C. I), llordeii ciiine upon
tlic scene Just ns tuc scheme wntl ubuut
to be carried out. Ho nudo a forceful
fight against any such direct antago
nism uf labor, pointing out the utter
ucelessncss of such methods. His so-
' Ititton was to etop the maniifacturo uf
this particular diss of goods until tho
.surplus W.13 reduced, and let tho wages
remain the same. It was with sumu
. dllllculty his nssoclatis were convinc
ed of the wlulom of this plan, out Dual
ly they came Into line, and another ia
bor war averted.
When more capitalists am willing to
deal with labor In the fair minded,
honest manner for which ISorden
snands sponror, the suffering nnd death
following In tho wako of strikes will
be reduced to n marked degree.
Tho new commercial course estab
lished nt the High School ought to
rneivn tho cordial endorsement and
cu-opemtlon of tw Chamber of Com
muce and the Merchants' Association.
A. timely suggentlon for local business
men Is tontalned In thu action of tho
decking, Australia, Chamber of Com
merce with a view to testing the
knowledge of young mcu applying for
positions In business pursuits. Tho
Chamber Instituted a yearly cxamlna
tlou for candidates between thu ages
of 14 and IS years. This examination
having been successfully passed thu
crndldntes aio given u certificate from
the Chamber of Commerce und as a
-natural result nro given tho piefcrenco
In business houses. Tho Chamber pro
pared n scries of test questlous em
bracing subjects peculiar to the busi
ness methods of tho city as well as n
f.eucral "review of common school stud
io. Ueqluug schools apparently have no
ioimcrclal courso such as la now un
der way here through tho Instrumental
ity of Principal Scott. Tho certliicatH
furnished by the High School may In
fact be sufficient gunruntco among lo
cal honscs of thu proficiency of thu
applicant. It would, however, ho a
marked nsslstauco tp tho teneheis hav
ing HiIh branch In charge If thn
Chamber of Commerce and tho Mer
chants' Association tako formal rec
ognition of this feature of educational
work, make suggestions on matters of
local business pecullaiittcH und for
mally uppruvo thn certificated or diplo
mas Issued by the school,
MOST ACCEPTABLE REFORM.
A Maryland Jury has put tho stamp
of murder upon nn net of Idiocy that
has hltheito been turned ovc to ths
fool killer. This Jury returned a ver
dict of murder against a young man
responsible for the death of a young
woman whom ho took out rowing nnd
sought to amuso by rocking tho boat,
finally capsizing It and causing tho
young Indy's death by drownlurr.
This Is the same class of Individuals
that causes death on mo "didn't know
it was loaded" plan; senseless asses
whom tho puhllo views with u certain
degree of pity approaching disgust
The universal regret nt such incidents
Is that the fool who rocked tho boat
didn't go under nero to return; that
equally senseless child witn the gun
didn't turn tho bullet Into his own
brain, Maryland has set the mark of
Yt dealing Justice even to fools. Tho map
ttStwho endangers Innocent lives because
thinks it's funny to watch the an-
tics of a frightened ctrl In n boat or
beciiupo ho doesn't Mop to think that
he Is dealing with a danoRrous weapon
Is better oft In Jail. Another Incident
nlong tho same lino occurred n Wis
consin where n dangerous weapon was
used to Rood effect on u lioat roc.tlng
Mind. This Idiot experienced great
Joy from tho screams of Inn young
ladles wlillo'ho was rocking a boat In
which lhewero rowing. A man from
tho bank culled on the yimug man to
stop, and his remarks tailing to maka
nn Impression, drew a retolvcr nud
Mint the boat rocker through the arm.
This method wns effective.
The harsh methods' of dealing with
till typo of "thoughtless" youth may
not savor of llolden Huto teachings
but until nuinan nature tails to piodticc
cheerful Idiots, it Is a method that will
receive hearty endorsement.
This Murphy Club "rcitmlut" has
reached the point where the scandal
Minslsts In the endc.tvors to force
I'rnnklln Austin from the presidency
and whether Intentional or not arouse
distrust that will wieclt this temper
ance movement. Kranltlln Austin has
his faults, but giving the devil his due,
the fact cannot be disputed that tho
Mmphy clubs and the Murphy move
ment would never have had existent c
I but for his actlv Ity. Francis Murphy
' would have returned to Honolulu lu
1 llnil his previous visit here merely n
pleasant memorj nothing moie. The
people who should incite nnd tho only
ones who huvc a right to question
..u.t... .I., nMA ,1... l.t.llo.tl.Mnl.
one of these p
A liolltl'll tl ll I 1
contributed funds. Not
persons has said n word.
not on tills earth, but on the gridiron
of hadis where he may fry In tho fat I
of his own hjpoerlsy. Theio us lion-
it and n dl-ihonest method of dealing
with the Austin-Murphy business. The
AdvcitHer uatuially turns tu the dis
honest, cowardly route. There ougut
to lie enough tamest nnd honest men
and women among tho supporters of
the Murphy movement to deal with the
affair niuiniitlv nnd In n mnnn.ir th.il '
will not assist In klllllg the movement!
or destioylng thn good work already l
straighten nut the financial Ftntus of
the local Institution without other In
teiference fiom him than a rclterntlon
of his gospel text, "With luallco to
wind none und charity for all."
THU CASE OF IIUMPIIKEIS.
At the tlosv of the sensatloniil litnr
Inf toilay Attorney Ocneral Knox slg.
nllled his readiness to make n report
and recommendation to .no President
Immediately, but AT Till: EARNEST
SOLICITATION of 1 W. Hnnkey, who
rcpre.entg the accusers of Judgo Hum-
phrejs, the Attorney Ocnerul gave tho
protecutlnn five days In which to pre
pare reply to the Judgu's reninrkabl
bilcf. Washington dispatch to New
What does this all mean? Why
should the ungrateful and dishonored
Hnnkey, tho tool of Thurston nud his
miek and lowly liar Association fol
lower ask for more tlmo?
The malicious and libellous Thurs'
tonlaii organ, 'the Adveitlser, ofTers no
explanation. It says that Humphreys
Is a liar; but this is nn old lime sobri
quet given by tho Advertiser; It has
alto culled Humphreys a criminal; It
has said ho was a dead dog In a pit; It
has expressed grief that Humphreys
didn't die lu u Chicago hospital; it haj
said that there was a new Illchmond on
the way armed with affidavits that
would crush Humphreys beyond re
pair; It has told all about tho rapid
manner lu which Humphreys would be
unceremoniously kicked out of ofllco
nt thu command uf Thurston and his
malicious, cringing, (owurdly gang.
Hut tho organ of TlAirstonlau malice
falls to Inform tho inuyh umuscd pub
lic why It Is that I Ian key, tho Ingrnte,
tho tool, earnestly requests flvo days
In which to file n brief In reply to
Judge Humphreys' statement before
tho Attorney General. It hesitated over
Knox's readiness to report his recom
mendation to tho Picslocnt.
It la difficult, well nigh Impossible
to solve tho sluggish movements of the
ponderous organ's malicious brain, it
Is equally unpleasant to discuss tho
Bourco of Hunkuy's activities. Let
them loll lu sweet pleasure amid the
pools of their own making that reek
with the product of tho sewers of ma
Ike. Let them rlso uud shliin und stink
crowned with a battered tomato can
cmblamatlc of their piratical political
cause uud clothed In tile garbage of
Tho Ilullctln will not att'impt to ex
plain why Hnnkey wns so earnestly
solicitous for more tlmo nftcr Hum
phreys got through with htm. To tho
average citizen, howover. It appears
that Huukey was sadly In need of time
to take n breath. There Is nvery Indi
cation, Judged from the Trlbuno dis
patch, that Hankey' Thurston utid tho
whole Dole gang aro on the defensive:
that thn balances of Jiutlco still remain
true In the national capltol: that It Is
not to much a question of when Humphrey-!
will bo removed as It Is how
long Dolo will continue to preside ovoi
thu Terrltoiy of Hawaii as Its (lover
nor. Tho Thurstonluu boomerang Is
coming home to roost.
And whnt of Humphieys' defensn?
Tho Ilullctln falls to note that Hum
phieys offcied any defense.
It was tho sentence of Neutrality
Hartwell, Thurston, Kinney and Hal
loa that was said to ho thu cause l.
this venting of Thurstonlan Dar As
sociation wrath. Humphreys offers no
apologies for giving these schemers,
detainers and blockaders of Justleo
their Just deserts. In fact It remains
for tho Dolo government to explain
why It saw fit to interfere with tho
proper, process of tho court; to nnswer
why the contempt In which they are
held by American citizens and Ameri
can olllclals Is not amply Justincd.
Thurston produced affidavits two
feet deep If placed end to end would
reach from Washington tu Honolulu
that Humphrey controlled a partisan
newspaper, tho Republican. Humph
riys admits his ownership of stock
and asserts his endeavor to sell tlila
slock since ha was appointed to the ,
bench. The Advertiser has said Hum
phrey was trying to get rid of his pa
per .The fad that the Advertiser never
gave an honest oplrilon has furnished
the only occnslon for doubting the
And what of the statement credited
to Humphreys by the Washington l'ost
that Humphreys Is in Washington for
rest and recreation? Tho Advertiser
says this is a lie. The Advertiser can't
sec the fun In playing football with
Thurston nnd the Dole pardon milt am!
the Dar Association sheep.
Judge Humphieys charges tho Dole
government with corruption in Hint It
protected vice In open violation of Fed
eral law. This Is a plain statement
of fact known to nnno better than the
Department of .lustlco, whose secret
ngenti' reports are on fllo In Washing
ton, and finally stirred the Acting Gov
ernor nnd his pliant Attorney General
tu make some discover!;) In tho Fed
Wo trust tho thirty-seven numbers
of the liar Association will not give
themselves uver to sackcloth and
"shts. Laugh and the vxoild laughs
with you; weep and you weep alone.
Think of how Thurston will walk tho
streets of Pan I'ranclsco gnashing hl
teeth in blind rago; think of the coin
Hankey will Jingle In bis pockets;
think of the money Thurston's Cnzctta
Compiuy made printing that ponder
ous brief that reposes In the Depart
mentvof Justice waste basket.
Think of It! According to nil Indi
cations the Department i f Justleo up
holds honor und Integrity on the bench
of Hawaii. That ought to give Thtirs
ton and his thirty-seven meek and lov-
'" followers great Joy. If It ducin'l
the pufdlc can still afford to smile.
.11 Mill Ml!
W. O. Fiulth. guardian of the Himin-
kuil minors, hint nlil ti.s .irrnnttt Rhm.r I
L, . . , .
lnK leceipts of ?Iu0l.!U nud paynnuH
"' J1WW.M, which leaves a iuianc:
a""" "e wards of ?JSI 1 1. It cost
nearly owi 10 lay suuwait.s m ineir
property In King street.
Ab guardian of Ethel Oay, W. O
Smith repoits receipts of JI-3'.3J nnd
payments of JJ193.H, leaving a halancn
of ?7 13.19. The ward having attained
her majority, the guardian petition
for nllowauce nf accounts and dis
charge. Mr. Smith presents tho ac
counts of the othe.' Oay 'minors its fol
lows: Erie Clay, leceipts, (2397.79; pay
ments, ?3i;.3; balance due ward.
Arthur !'. (My, receipts, $3i;i.S.73'
payments, Jli.11. .".".; balance dun ward.
Helen K. (lay, receipts. 9l.",3t.U: pay
ments. $379.77; balance duo vard,
Kilda (lay, leceipts, fiijli.ll; py.
bunts, $293.1,1; balance duo ward,
Manuel J,. Ilnrba, ono of thn bons of
tue lato .Manuel J. llorba, petitions to
lie ni'idn administrator of his fnther's
estate. It conslstB of JJ.'O In Illshnp's
bank nud tho hells are tho widow and
four children mostly grown up.
Hatch & Sllllmun fo- defendant tiled
thn further objection to a deem- In
Taylor vs. Kohn that I'ef-ndant ought
not lo be deprived of Iho right of trial
by Jury us guaranteed to him by the
Constitution of the United States.
Jtidfeo (!cur took up all (lie objections
This morning tho Kaumukaplli
chinch claim wan beard by the Kiro
Claims Commission. It was for $00,--a
on tho building and siu.704 on Hi
H, U uerr. architect, called ns uu
expert gnvu an estlmuto of 10 per ctut
lUdui-tlou for depicclutiou, besides
HOui) for salt age of brick.
'Die furnishings included thu grand
pipe orgiiii, whlcii was n pride of Ho
milulii, a reed organ, chliao of bells,
pulpit, ojiciii house chairs with which
the main iiiiditoiiiim wai turulshcd,
silver communion service, etc.
l'or the ii'Bt of tho session tho ilnlms
ot HAwaliuus wciu lal.cn up. Of these
that of Julln Kox was tiomcwhat In
teresting. It was tor fllM as valuo ot
houM'hold goods distroyed, There was
nn Item ol 1! quilts of which but tlvo
Iltd uver L.'cn ustd, aecorJIng to the
claimant, nlthoiigh 13 of them had
been bought In 1893.
The claimant's husband Is a custom
lioi.se guard on n sal.uy cf $Gl it month.
Mrs. I'ox was strictly q lestloned us to
nhethersho had not uuiliil u number
of cnlababhes before tho lire nud rn
luveicd tmm iif'crwaul. She strenu
ously diuled to thu last having played
this double dealing,
CommUslonir Testa wns asked after
adjournment It there was probable
ground for this govern questioning of
tho claimant, Ifo only snook his head
and said that such tiling had been
nenrd of, but any information of "the
kind was not for publlcillnn.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted villi
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
l08T OFI'ICE LANE.
EVENING nur.LWrlN, HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY,
OH THE FAVORITE
E B&ADLEV and HUBBARD 3
IL A M P SI
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
The; rpoJs wtrs ordered from advance
shfets ol the latalo ue of the above mum
facturcr, and aie the latett In dtslm ind
Call early and make your selections.
Ift addition to "hs locoo feet of Garden
Hc- litely renlvtd, the Emily F. Whit
ney" brutii(lit us lo.cco ft. more, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEIiT.
We have al kmJs, and our price are
lower than ever quoted In this nurket.
g Pacific ISardware Co.,
i mumutittim tu sin msztamtwrnumm ess esmsh mm is hi j
wtv A m(szzr
Shipment of Good Young
Bro!en to htrness, jtK received via tlie
"OLYMPIC," for suit; at the lowest tigures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Alupcluint Street, between Fort (mil Aliileu.
"WWPyJft!i W.SMWS.HW!W..il.llJI J MiMHEHCTEg!
Here is t,ometliin to j;" down the speedway
.with. If you ;re proud of your horse hi'ili
him to a wagon thitt will not detract from
his value either in speed or appearance.
T R Yv THIS ONE.
pHAS. F. HERRICK
CARRIAGE COMPANY, LlVUTED.
125 MERCHANT 8T. Next Door to StmifVenvvnlil Kullillrii.
cirfV?J HllH (-a" 'n"J ns'K for " H
PttBJx?vW tftlfTlfa meaiiureiiiunl R
HRfl Jmfv'W xcole. vvs ,ir: M
SEPT. 11, 1901.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
12 Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
oppoH.te the fi. Ut depot
ON DRAUGHT AND IN IIOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprlrtois of the popular
Ih Htemllly (trowliiR In favor ninoiiR
pioplo who appreclnto Rood thlNK1,
ami In rnphlly lieemalnK tho favorite
fiuiilly ill Ink,
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Ai;tn. for tho Territory of I In wall.
Olllcc anil Wot Kb, fijt l'nrt mill Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soila Walei', eto.. ilellvortMl frei- to
all partK of the Ity. Inhiiut oi-Ji'ih so
All nrtlci'H Pi'oinptly IMIIctl. I
HENRY ST. GOAIl.,
Mcinbei'H Stock nnil IJiintt
Edward Poliiiz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Parttculnr attention given to pur
ehaso and tale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks nut
tO: Ciiltforntii St.,
Sun Pi'iincIhCt), Cut.
N. C. AGK1 & CO
brokers & Dealer
We will Uuy or Pell Real taute 1l
all parts ot tho group.
Vo will Fell Properties on Reason
WICE. 10 Whst King Strum
To Let op Leasd
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pilkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT GTREGT.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOSD BROKE. I
REAL ESTATE AND
A. J. Campbell,
Stock unit Itontl KpoUop.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Oflke Queen Street, Opposite Union
WW 8U FORT ST.,
Has tha Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
, In tho City.
FRKSH HOME-MADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
MRS W. L. EATON
TEACHER Ol- MUSIC,
Tel., Blue 1903.
WII.TON I.ODUE. PAWAA.
Ilns resumed teaching. Vneanelcs for
llmltoil number ot pupils. Special
terms for beginners or more, than ono
pupil In a family. 1923-lw
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
) FOR 35 CBNT8.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANGtNWAtU BID ,
V. HOrFMANN. J. F. MII-tY
Hoffman &, Riley
E)tlinltt Furnlliel. f. O. Bo ito
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. BearJslee. 1. O. Box 778
ArcltltcctH ami ItutldcrH.
Offlce, Itooms 2-4, Arlington Annex, f
Honolulu, T. II,
Bketchcs and Corrret Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1141 N
Oh' ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street; Honolulu.
Jolihlnc promptly attended to.
11. R. BERTELMAN'S
IS - MOVED
To rear of, old stand. Fntrance on
King street. Ordcis left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, KingV
street, will recclvo iirorapt attention. ),
Lewis & Co.
Ow'nc to the eonolldatlrn
of t e b-st B s:ult Go's In
Anitrica. ve can offer to Ihe
I'Oblk the followlnR choice
m-ikcicf biscuits :
Bremers Cccclian Tea
" French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Mttniijjcp
Now Open for- BuHtnchH.
l:tncHt ot Accommodation.
HlncHt uf HntlilnjV. j t t
He Sure to Get Off nt I I
till Wntiilun Station
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