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EVENING nUM.kTIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1901.
Published Every nay Eicept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu.
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTo5
WALLACE H. FAUKINUTON... Editor
Entered at the Vit OUlco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere lu V. S....1 .73
Per year, anywhere In U. 3.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, torelgu 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Telephone .. ..
Post OUlce Box ,
Tl'K.SDAY SEITKMIIEK t7, 1901,
Tin- new Murphy movement by In
tel enec now preaches "pcaci on earth
kuoiI will to men." Franklin Austin
and his friends who really brought the
Murphy clubs Into existence excepted.
Another candidate has set up a rod
to Induce u stroke from Governorship
lightning. The more the merrlor.
There Is no harm lu being a candidate
und there Is also a certain amount oC
pleasure lu being llgured among tho
t'nlted Slates Marshal Daniel A. Hay
n a n man of wide utpcrleui e In poll
tics. He served his State aud national
internment In many positions of trust
and performed his duty acceptably.
Ills life In Hawaii has been unlet; he.
has not appeared prominently before
the public doubtless on niconnt of HI
health during late years.
It Is gratifying to learn that the gov
eminent has waked up to the fact of
there being a destructive fire In exist
rnce through the Hamakua district.
The Bulletin believes Superintendent
lloyd will accomplish something be
tides a half hearted announcement that
the government will do what It can to
help out two years hence after tho ,
nre is out and mucli vamuuie properly
laid In astir.
The most effect he place for ltapld
Transit smokers to make themselves
beard is within the counsels of thft
Hoard or Directors. As the Bulletin
understands it the principal promoter).
look up the Uapld Transit work with thoie two; the decision or any two to
a view to ghlng Honolulu nn deul ' nl Bndljlnilliig iiK.n tho partle"
,rcet railway system, rather than rthad'hrZ.'Zllb::
reaping or large dividends. I he smoke ,w,.,.n n, Commissioner of Public
question must then arise from diver-' Und,, and tho licensee,
giul opinions on Ideals. Take the pub-j At the mil of ninety-nine years from
lie by and large and It will vote In'tnt' tlnte horror tho licensee shall stir
(be smokers" rnwir. . I render to the Territory or Hawaii .ill
I rights acquired under this license nnd
..,,-, !"" Improvements constructed under
The request of local episcopalians the terms hereol by said licensee, ami
that they be taken Into tho American' all rights anil improvements acqulp-d
branch of the church Is reasonable and , by him on the lands of third parties
in accord with the general drift of Ha- for tho conservation, conveyance, or
wall's social and moral affairs. xu.llellvrry of tho vv ators ,f roni thn land-i
merlcully ti.u lcxal church unquestlon-1 a Vi"""'"? .... !.. . . .
ii,, .. i . ,.k, , I It Is hereby undcrstiHiil nnd agreed
ubly desires the change, rhls may be tlmt tJl ,.',. ,, willn ,hu
rank disregard fur the law and the' J(.BrH rrm this date nnmnlzn n torpor-
creed, but all churchi-H and all creeds ntloii under the laws or the Territory
nre recognizing the right of majority of Hawaii to construct ami 1 opemtii thu
rule. The law of the church Is after """I proponi-il water works under thl.1
fell what the communicants set- fit to ' ''ni"- wll'(,'n shall In. deemeil a pub-
make It The lllhle Itsolf Ik lnlirnrte,l "' corporation, nnd shall thereurou
mam It. Thellbleltselfllntirpretedhllrrc,m(,r (f) (, fl), t f
In so many different way that thn (Territory of Hawaii and cancel tl's
needs or law produced from It can llcensn, nnd that the (lot eminent of
hardly be expected to remain hard I
tnd fast for muuy generations.
The tour of Superintendent noyd Is
practically the only formal thorough
going attempt that has been made for
ut least ten years tu bring the Depart
ment of 1'ubllc Works Into close touch
with the demands and necessities of
the Island districts other than Oiihu.
Trips have been made to Hllo and
other sections at various time but
nevci has the ofilclal lu charge of pub-1 ol herwlse deal In real estoto beyond
He work started out with u view to 'the direct necessities ot Its business
learning exact conditions in all ill- of condiieting the enterprise or ilevel
trlcts by personal Investigation. Ac-i',''', n "'"'""'g. conveying and sell
,omp,,d by his assistant Mr. itoyd fe EJK&S
could possibly be gained through cor-!
..... l-v ...v ,u .vu.u uiviu i.uiu iiiuu
respondents or visitation from delega
tions. A well Informed dcpaitment
bead assures the wl&o oxpcr.dlttir of
CONTRADICTIONS OF PRAVBR.
"After the reading and adoption of
this resolution, a praver was offered by
Mr. Drown of the Y. M. C. A. to ask
for the heavenly hlessln; of the club
AS IT NOW STANDS" Nrv-Hpuper
report on .Murphy Club affairs.
If this Is not an example of lliu
bigotry of prayer none was ever of
fered. Mr. Dronn's prayer for thu
club "as It now stands" Is n request by
Inference that the Lord shall consign
the club "as It stood" to the frying pan
of forgotten history. It reads much af
ter the style of a general petition of
thu Legislature that Governor Dole bo
removed. It Is a prayer of a faction
that Its handiwork be blessed of all
others und plat-lug the usual human in
terpretation on what God ought to do.
Is it any wonder that cnurcu politics
und the multifarious aud contindlctory
appeals tn God by conflicting elements
makes men dubious over the honest)'
of thu church and the depth of feeling
behind tho expressed text "with malice
toward nono nnd charity ror all.' Un
fortunately tho Murphy temperance
movement Ih heading to nn early de
mise and the Ministerial 1'nlon rep
lesentatlves should assist as pall beur-
ers since they have assisted In creating
A. CHANGE OF BA8E.
The continued reports and discus
sion or Governor Dole's resignation,
voluntarily or otherwise have their
Hiurtu ut the nutlonul capital. Tb4
time was not long since when thu ill
tusslou and wrangling was centered
exclusively In Hawaii. TIiIh umuuutcd
to little ut thu time. It was accepted In
Washington us u natural though un
plcasunt result of changing conditions.
The people or Hawaii having exhaust
ed themselves for the time being relo
cated tho Governorship question to
the realms of Innocuous desuetude.
It appears, however, that during this
period the local administration,
though its foolish requests and equal
ly foolish method of dealing with Fed
eral authority baH stirred the depart
menta to the point of disgust nnd given
strength to the opinion that white de
tails of complaint made against Mr.
Dole's administration may not bo Justi
fied, there Is a marked failure of
knowledge or desire to conform to well
rstabllshcd methods of Territorial gov-.
eminent llnwnll that was anticipated
to bo a bright particular star In tlml
new possession business, an example!
for others to follow, has become n
thorn In the departmental llesh. Thci
Departments of Justice, Agriculture,
and Interior have all had their squab-,
bles with local authorities, unnecessary
ond childish, till now the complaints
nnd criticisms of the Dole government
are emanating direct from tho depart-
mollis to presi representatives of New
York and other main centers of poli
tical activity nnd Influence. Com
plaints now nrlse from members of
President MrKlnley's official family.
These complaints have no other sourco
Chan the gregarious character of local
It is now not so much a question ot
what the people of Hawaii think nn It
Is the approach to the limit of what
federal departments can stand. The
illlUculfles In Hawaii have become a
matter of common knowledge which
the administration newspapers of the.
Mainland have lent n hand In dis
seminating. Local affairs hac thus
assumed the chararter of reflection
upon the Federal administration, nnil
it remains only for the I'resldnAt nnd
his licit Imi-h to determine how long
they tan allow this condition to con
tinue. LICENSE PREPARED FOR
(Continued from pa?o 1.1
II the lleenseo at any time) during
the continuance of this license shall
be unnlile because of an Insufficiency
of wnter under Its control to supply
nil its customers with tho full amount
of water required by them, then such
nnlnr nu uhnll n( attVt limn tin unrlns
t, ,-.in(rn nr th; H.iltl llcrnMf hnu'bi
,y nrbltratlon apportioned equitably
Iiitvwcn the wveral customers so lonir
'as such Inability of tho llcenscu shull
All arbitration herein provided ior
shall be mnde hy threo disinterested
persons, one selected by the Commis
sioner of Public Lands, one selected
by the licensee nnd ono selected by
the Territory of Hawaii shall thero-
iiKin issue to such corporation n Ii.
cense of like tenor herewith, granting
to such corporation tho snine rights
as ar hereby granted, but not ek
tending the beginning of tho said
ttnn or ninety-nine years beyond tho
date fixed In this Instrument nor ex
tending the term or construction.
Such corporation shall not bo em
powered by Its charter to enter Int..
thn business of buying and selling or
otherwise dealing In real estate or of
agriculture, nor shall It buv or sell or
ingage in agriculture.
Mir shall an owner or owners ot'
stock In tho said corporation repre
senting a controlling Interest therein,
eugngo as a 'corporation, partnership,
combination or individual, In tho busi
ness or buying and selling or otherwise
dealing In real estate, or In agricul
ture. In such pa its of North Kohala.
South Kohala and Hamakua on sr.lil
Island or Hawaii, as may bo supplied
with water from tho water works of
tho said corporation.
this license shall bo forfeited:
(1) If thu corporation last above
mentioned bo not legally formed and
organized within i.vc years from the
C!) If actual construction shall not
ho begun within two yearn from tho
(.'!) If delivery or water to custom
ers within either the. District of North
Kohala or the District of Hamalcia
shall not have liegjin within five yearn
Irom said date;, or
(4) If at any time within the suld
term the licensee fulls substantially to
carry out tho stipulations mailu by blm
in this Instrument.
It Is hereby understood that where
the words "Huperlntendent or 1'iibllc
Works" und "Commissioner or I'nlillc
Lands" aro used In this Instiiiment thn
ngreement, In case or n change jf gov
ernment by which thu names or sudi
otllclals beci.mn chnnged, they Khali
apply to such otllclals as sba'l roprn
sent substantially thn duties and .III
thoilties respectively or the Superin
tendent or Public Works and thy Com
missioner or I'ublle Ijinds.
This license Is Issued sultje -t lo the
approval of thu Seeietury or tho Inte
rior, nnd shnll bo vulld only upon such
approvul, and tho dutojor suih approv
al shull be thu ilato of this llcoiuu fur
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPFICE LANE.
!iHilliil nlaaaa1 naaaE ' nMsSal nltlaa nnmn aaa aj a
OP THE FAVORITE
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
r-or nlc hy the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
The Roods were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalovue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In dtslf n and
Call early and make your selections.
In aJJUIon to the 10000 feet of Garden
How lately received, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us lo.coo ft. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our ptlces are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness just received via the
"OLV.MPIC," for sale at the lowest figures.
G. SCHtJMAN, LTD,
Merchant Ktrcet, between Fort nnd Alnkcn.
Here is something to go down the speeilw.iv
with. If you are proud of your horse hitch
him to a wjgon that will not detract from
hU value either in. speed or appearance.
TRY THIS ONE.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
CARRIAOE COMPANY, UIM1TED
1115 MERCHANT ST. Next Door to 8ttincnvwill llulldliijv.
BEST WALL HANGINGS
BEST LINOLEUMS. BEST WINDOW SHADES
"Phone Main 358.
A AUI T CARRIAGE
VyI 1U MF'C CO., Ltd.
1171) Ulvcr Kti-cet. - Hct. Hcrctiinlii nml I'liuiilil.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.,
Repair Work a Specially.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only CiimpcU'iit help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in
Tel. Illue 541.
IT'S A WALK-OVER
I he way trade ha- come to. m.
Ohr "ads" are evidently reaJ
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 po,hly
What we say we do-we do do..
P. O. Box 83.
I. O. Knx 078.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu,
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
oppoHlte the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
Is steadily growing In favor among
people who appreciate good thtiiKP,
and la rapidly becoming the favorite
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd;
Sole Agts. for tho Territory1 of Hawaii
Olllce and Works, CO I Kort and Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Bodn Water, etc., delivered free to
all parts nf thu city. Island orders so
licited. Opening Announcement!
All Onlern Promptly Filled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Memncrit Stock and Bond
Edward Pollilz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention riven to mir.
chase aud sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Forelcn Stock anc
403 Ciilltornln St..
Snn Frmiclwco. Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
We will But or Sell Real BiLits In
all parts of the group.
we will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 West Kino Strki
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pilkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOHD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JU DD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
3U FORT 8T
A Has the Dost Assortment of
1'ACIFIO ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
raPSII HOME-MAUK POI ON TUES
DAYS AND vjiJDAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
I'OR B CBNTH.
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
UTASOtSWAlt) SID , IIOVIIAIll
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. HIIEY.
Holfman & Riley
I'.O. Bo l0o
Oeo. W. Page.
P. W. llcardslee,
P. 0. Box 778
BBARD8LBB X PAOE
ArchltectH unit ButlderM.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu. T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Bhort Notice. 1441
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
.IS - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott'a store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
N l.ciultnV GroccrH.
OwlnR to the consolldatlrn
of tte b;st B'scult Co's In
America, we can offer to the
public the following choice
makes of bkculM :
Breners Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
Foil Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIAH. DAVID, Munorjer
Now Open for BuHlncHM.
HtncHt ol Accommodation.
FlncHt of Bathlnji. i i i
Be 8urc to Cet Off at i :
till Wnlulun Station
RATES 82.BO per day;
Special Ratea by Week or
Month, t I I i i t l I
For further Information address : -HALBIWA
W. H. tHONE, Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
1UNO UP Till;
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : 518 fort street
Stabln Vhoni", 10 .Main.
Hack Staiul. "I'onen il9 ami 72
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check bajgngo on all outgoing steam
ers. White and Blitk Sand For slr
Offlco with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street Tel. S6.
W. LARSBN. M'l'r.
The Evening Bulletin, 7B cents per