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EVENING TIUI.Mi.TIN', HONOLULU. H. T., .MONDAY, SEPT. 16, 1001.
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Published Every Day Eicept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
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WALLACE K. FAMUNOTON... Editor
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MONDAY SEI'TEMllER 1C, 1901.
If there Is to be no change In thu
Coxcrnorshlp, what Is the object of
Cooper nursing a boomiet? Or Is It
the work of fool friends?
With one bridge caveu In, another
clofed to traffic because -i Is unsafe and
no money In sight for reconstruction,
Hllo hardly requires to be questioned
twice on the necessity fur a special
The beginning of ,e school year
and the call of the (irand Jury all pro
ilucc the eer ready excuns to remind
-ne that the man Is not so (ar re
mold from the Inspiration of child
hood as the difference In jears might
The amount of confidence In the
government" tbrougn the Hamakun
district Is found In the refusal of la
boring men to turn oiu and tight Are
on the sny so of the Governor s prom
Ire to pay at the next session of the
To smoke or not to smoke serves for
excitement In view of dull times In
politics and business. Like Kranklln
Austin. Manager Ila.cntyne holds
himself solely responsible to the 'peo
ple who have put up the money to
m the cars in motion.
The crowds that turn out for the
ti.ictmll vam. nt ihn u'tntsp Iftnmif nrp
proof positive of the popularity of tho
game with the Honolulu public. A new
baseball ground or improvement In the'
Punahou field Is a movement In the
Interest of good sport thnt ought to at
tract favorable action from philan
thropic men with money.
The Ventura mall should bring the
final news of the Thurstonlan con-
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-piracy against juukv miiiii"iejB. i
the decision Is for Humphreys tiie Ad-
vernier may oe expecieu iu repeal u
wild assertion tnnt Humphreys is a
liar. It will say so any way, but It
will haye the usual Impossible task In
making the public believe In what It
Franklin Austin begins to talk
icnsv when he says he will seek no,
vindication and will answer only to Inc.
donors for the exendlture of money,
entrusted to him. These are the peo-
pie wno nave a ngni 10 qiicsiiun iiir
expendlture of money they have given
for the cause of temperance. The Mur
php temperance cause Is a good one. It
Is doing good work and will continue
to do It If the critics will not allow
their fear of politics to interfere with
the work of saving men from the evils
ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION.
Neither lack of time nor knowledge
of the national scope of the project can
furnish sufficient excuse for Hawaii
failure to have a competent represen
tation at the exposition to be held at
St. Louis In 1903 In commemoration of
the Umlslnnu purchase by Thomas
Jefferson. Already plans are belngL
made In St. Louis which Include Ha
waii. It is then high time the peojVj
of the Territory as represeted In the
Chamber of Commerce nnd the Mer
chants' Association Biould give the
matter more than passing attention.
The Bulletin has published the fact
that John Barrett win visit Hawaii In
the Interests of the exposition. Enough
is now known, however, of the project.
Its national and International scope to
warrant preliminary preparations.
When Barrett arrives here he ought to
find that his mission is already practl
tally complete. It Is naturally expect
ed of Hawaii that It will make a good
showing of Its agricultural products,
its schools, In fact all of Its marked
evidences of material, moral and social
progress. The St. Louis exposition will
unquestionably eclipse the world's fair
and this Territory should figure ac
cordingly. DAVID KUPIHEA INJURED.
David Kuplhea, formerly clerk In
the officii of Kinney, Ballon & MrClan
ahan, met with a very painful accident
yesterday afternoon. Ho and a num
brr ol companions had procured 'a ca
noe from a native living In the vicin
ity of the Kallhl camp and hud pad
dled over to Quarantine Island frr
the purpose of doing some shooting.
Kuplhea had with him a 12-gauge shot
gun. As he was about to alight from
tiie canoe, he stood the gun up beside
the boat and started to Jump nut. Just
then the gun fell over on the sand and
van discharged. Tho charge of shot
In the gun caught Kuplhea In the left
aim, making an ugly wound. Fortu
nately It Is not dangerous, and the
)oung man will get over the, effects of
his accident In a few days. He is it
I H Kent at the home of some natives
living near Hie receiving station It.
Those who appreciate the
class of prntojjrviphic woik
MISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in he
reception room ai the rear of
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St.
SPENDTHRIFT TIT (H
J A Magoon, gunrdlan of Hobecci
Pnnee Hmnrktt now Rebecca Panee,
n (pendthiirt, tins filed an answer to
the petition for termination of the
trust. He denies thnt petitioner did
not know the nature of the procroj
lugs when first InMltuted or since.
The guardian sajs ho allowed peti
tioner Jl a veU, nn amount stated by
hcrtelf as pufllclunt. and In addition
other sum of money, besides paying
house rent, dress bills, etc., mid
from time to time buying household
furniture for her.
He denies thnt he solicited petition
tr to make her will In his favor, hut
scs he had In his keeping a will mad'.
b) her, TIiIb he had seen a few weeks
ago, when the seals Were broken nt
her request, after which It was sealed
up again and left with him. Sbo has
no relatives except collateral and she
had expressed n wish that her divorc
ed husband should have none of her
.Mr. Magoon denies that petitioner Is
now sober In habit, saying she relaps
ed after an abstinence scoured through
the gold cure.- lately ho says sho
has been drinking cxcessrvcly nnd not
long since fired a revolver In a drunk
en altercation, for which she was tak
en to the stntlon house.
The guardian says he recently Ar
ranged to leaso a pktre of her prop
el ty at $75 a montk which hitherto had
been yielding but $30 a year. Up had
ntver tried to sell land lo her for a
bran, but at her request had tried to
find n sultnble lot. Her fire claim ho
hnd filed with the Commission.
Up lo the time of receiving the peti
tion for termination of the trust, tho
guardian says he had never had tho
hliglitcst Intimation from the petition
r that she was dissatisfied with his
management of ber affairs. On tlm
contrary, she hnd expressed apprecia
tion of what he had done for her In
having her from otherwise Inevitable
Funakl Kasaburo, a Japanese, aged
about 0 yeais, Is being held in a cell
at the police station, pending an In
vestigation Into a case of cold blooded
murder which he hlmself'odmltted Sat
urday night he had committed on the
nfternoon of that day, Kasaburo
strangled to death his own daughter, a
child n little over two years of age.
It was at about 11 o'clock at night
that the Japanese In question appear
ed at the polUo station nnd laid on the
receiving clerks counter, n bundle
wrapped In a blanket. When asked
what It was he had. he explained that
It was the body of his llttlo daughter.
The deputy sheriff was sent for and ha
was soon engaged In a rigid examina
tion of the Japanese.
The story told by the man Is sub
stantially this. On Saturday afternoon,
he carried out a part of n plan which
he had determined on. He was partly
paralyzed and could not work. Kor this
reason, he thought it best to kill his
three children and then do away with
himself. He took his youngest child
from his home on Llltha street up to
wards the mountains and In a lonely
spot, strangled it. The realization of
what he hrd done coming forcibly upon
him. he was unnble to carry out the
remainder of his plan and so took the
dead child to the police station. He
wished to give himself up. When ask
ed why he did not kill the other two
children, he said that he was afraid to
face his wife after he had killed tue
A post mortem examination on the
body of the child was held and a Com
ner's Jury was summoned. All (he Ju
rors with the exception of one, handed
their fees to Deputy Sheriff Chilling-
worth, telling him to give the money
to the mother of the dend child. This
was done. The funeral took place Sun
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 51x159 planted with
fruit trees, 3M feet from
Wilder Avenge. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
, .i the Automobile
BullcSJ-'' , tire prepnrccl to turn
tl Jest livery In town,
ItourclerH Kiifc from lire, iih
the hullilinft Is FIRE-PROOF.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
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OF TIIE FAVORITE ;
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
For Hole by the ;
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These Rood were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In desljtn and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to the to coo feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us to.coo ft. mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all RraJcs, anJ our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, just received via the
"OLYMPIC," for sale at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort nnd Alukca.
Here is something to go down the speedway
with. If you are proud of your horse hitch
him to a wagon that will not detract from
hU value either in speed or appearance.
TRY THIS ONE.
CHAS. F. HER RICK
CARRIAOE COMPANY, LIJVUTED
las MERCHANT ST. Next Door to Stonjjenwiilcl Building.
BERT WALL HANGINGS
BEST LINOLEUMS. BEST WINDOW SHADBS
B E A L'S
Alakea Street, Below Merchant.
'Phone Main 358.
A A UI T CARRIAGE
VyVl 1U MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street. list. Uerctnnlii nnd Pnunlit.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
! Rubber Tires put on
Tel. Blue 541.
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IT'S A WALK-OVER
The way trade has come in us.
Our "ads" are evidently read
and appreciated, but that's not
the only reason we give vou
prompt and courteous service,
and a better value for your
money than vou can posjibly
What we say we do-we do do.
P. O. Box 8SA.r
in Satisfactory Manner.
. O. Uox 078.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
oppoiiltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN HOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletots of the popular
l slcndlly growing in favor amoni;
people who appreciate good tlilnEf.
and In rapidly becoming the favorite
Soda Wafer Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Office anil Works, G01 Kort and Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Water, etr.. delivered free to
'nil parts of the city. Island orders so
Opening Announcement !
All Orders Promptly Filled.
HENRY, ST. GOAR. .. '
EDWARD VOLLITZ ''
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sal of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
San Fronclsco, Col.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers k Deilert
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate lo
all parts of the group.
We vlll Sell Properties on Reason,
OFFICE. 10 Wbst Kino Strkm
To Let or Lease
A Fine House aad Lot
on the makal aide of Beretanla street
between Pilkoi and Keaumoku 8t.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 J U DP BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Mnsic Company
WW 314 FORT ST.,
XX Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
FKFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS' AND FRIDAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 'J5 CUNT8.
Architects, Contractor and Builders.
! Edward R. Swain,
JTAVGtMVAll) BID , HOMHV
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. KIIEY.
Hotfman & Riley
P. O Boi ite
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. Beardslee. V.'O. Box 778
BEARD8LEB A PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. 1441
Or' ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. F. BERTELMAN'8
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. .Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shopy
or office at John Nott'a store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolidation
of tl e brst Biscuit Co's In
America, we can offer to the
public the following choice
makes of biscuits :
Brewers Cecclian Tea
" Freich Wafers
Fall Liie of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Manager
Now Open for Buslnctts.
Finest of Accommodation.
Finest ol Bathing, t i I
Be 8ure to Get Off at I i
t t i i Waialua Station
RATES $2.80 per day I
Special Rates by Week or
Month, t i i i t i i i
For further Information address :
HALBIWA P. O.
HOTEL STREET. f
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
HINO UP THE
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : s : 518 fort street
Stable 'Phono, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Drays for Freight
Our representative rueeU all Incom
Ine steamers from tha rmmt nn.i .,
check bajgago on all .outgoing steam
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel, 86.
W. LARSEN. Wt't. ' . T
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