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EVENING! BUI.LV.TIN, HONOLULU, H. T TIll'ltSIUY, SKI'T 1?, 1901.
Published Fvrry Day Except Sunday
at 10 King Street, llcnolulu,
T. It., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FAMUNGTUN... Editor
Entered r.t the Vot Office at Mono
lulu as prcond't In matter.
Per month, anywhere lu l S....I .76
Per year, anywhere lu U, S.... S.flO
Per year, postpaid, fo clgn., . .13.00
Payable Intnriably lu advanco.
PostOUku llux 718
TllilllHDAY. .SEI'TEMIIKH 19, 1001.
The AdUTlInT tills illuming In thu
niurM' of a faliiM Hpvclnl from Wash
inrcton kii Attorney tleneriil Knox
Mild to JuilK)' Kniix, "IP 1 HAD A
CAME IN fdl'HT I AM St'ltE 1
WOl'I.IINT LIKE TO THY IT HE
KOHK YOI". The iftliltnllzlug Is the
AihmlM'r'ii. The fiu-t h tli.it Attor
ney Ueiietal Knox 'aid to .IuiIku Hum-lihrej-K,
"t DON'T THINK, 1 SHOULD
HAVE ANY THOt'llLE IN PIIAOTIC
1NO IN YOUR COl'llT."
The fuUlty of the Thurston organ's
umeitlon In npsnri-nt, when thi' ciirhu
admits detent. nilliiltH that lluinphre
Mill not lie retnnled, udlilltH priirtlrull)
that the ilUhnniiieil Hankey In nil tho
dt tensile, .huliir lliimphre.m has been
ilndlcntiil. Tho Attorney General Is
leudy to report, lie certainly eonld
not niuok j report In any degree f.nor
utile to .lodge Humphrey If It Mere
ti lit' that ho said or feels that he
"wouldn't like to try It In Miur court. '
leglnnlng with fulsllleiitlons trie or
gan of the Bar .Woeliitlcm thirty
seven members Is foned to continue
Its contemptible policy.
Niws from the bcdnlde of the l'uel
dent U of such loutlnuously iheerlng
nature as to displace hope for his re
emery with rianonable iimfldcnce that
the day Is not far distant when he will
rie able to iisumc his official duties.
The wounds of the President are not
neiessarlly fatal, and there Is eiery In
dication thut hU slicing constitution
coupled with unfailing courage and
good pplrlt Mill carry Mm thrciiKh
the crisis to robip-t bfultli. Tin- Presi
dent's n gf und the itralu which hus
always told on the health of eiery In
iiimbent of his nfflce arc ugnlntt him,
but the fatalities attendant to the In
jury of other Presidents Is by no means
n proper criterion on which to base
a pessimistic view of McKlnley's
i bailees. Theie Is no cause for tho
physlilans In charge to give the peo
ple fnlbc hope or to assume confidence
when they arc In fait dubious oier tho
result. Our jo eminent Is not lu that
irltluil state, requiring any diplomatic
falsifications. Phjslelans III attend
nme me doing their duty by giving
fails and It Is u binning to know that
these facts are such as to fillllll till"
londest hope of the people.
Washington, Stpt. 11. At 1:30 p.m.
Admiral bcnley arose and said that
with extreme recjret he was oDltged
to challenge Admiral Howisort as a
member of the court.
Washington, jSetit. 12. The incmbcr
of the homey cam t of Inquiry, Admlr-,
.1. llm. .... llnnl.rthi ni.il IfltllllDfin .1 ... '
II .M'VJ, llVI'tll.tll UIIU Il" ,,'H, .1. j
riv.d nl Hie unvy yard at 12:30 o'clock. '
They wore cliillau clothes and no
saline was Hied us thej entered tne
Admiral Schley and his counsel m-,
rlicd at the euuit room at 12:10. 'the.1
court nf inquiry conicncd at the nay
jHid at 1 p. in.
'the roiirt, took an Informal adjourn
ment nt -::'." p. m, to permit Admiral
llowlsou to piepatu ula statement to
Admit nl Schley's charges.
Washington. Sep,. 12. The following
Is the full text of Admiral Schlvvn.
challenge -to Admiral lion Icon as u!
niciuber of the court:
Hear Admiral W. S. Schley lu tho
I cxerol-e of hU legal right of challenge, '
I objects to Hear Admiral Henry 1.
llowlson upon tbv grounds:
I "1. I'hnt ltinr Admiral Henry I.
illowlson has already formed und ex
'piissed opinion on the merits of the
cue nboiit to he Iniesligatid mid that
; lie is therefore Ineligible fur service lu
in mi mbcr of this eouit.
"2. That Hear Admiral Henry I
I Uuwlsiin Ims already formed and ex-1
t piesFit an oplulou ou the merits of
the case about tu be Investigated, ad
I lerscly to said Hear Admiral V. tf.
I Hchley. thereby Indicating a Idas and
' piejudlcu which renders him, said Hear
I Admiral II. 1. lluwlson, Ineligible for
I sen lee as a member of this court.
J ".I. That Hear Admiral Henry I.
i Howlsnn has In connection with tliei
subject matter about to bo lniestlgat-1
ed. expiescd an unfaiorablo opinion l
, on the pvisona! and professional i.liar-l
acterlstlcs, of eald Hear Admiral
Schley, tlurehy Indicating a bins and I
prejudice which renders him, said Hear
Admiral lluwlson, Ineligible, for sir-1
, i lev as a member of this court.
"1. That Hear Admlrut Henry I I
Howlson, lu lonnectlon with the opln-
I Ion formed and expressed by lilni upon
1 the meilts of the case about to be In
i lestlgated, has Instituted and au-l
I uounccil n rnmparlbon between ilwj
sets mid personal and profi sslonai I
I chni'iiiteilstles of the principal partleil
I to tli ptesent Issue ill.: Hear Ad
' nilrals Sampson mid Schley, to the ills
ladiautnge and disparagement of tho I
.latter, tliciili Indlentlug a bias and,
prejudice which renders him, I'.ear Ad
mil al Henry 1. lluwlson, Ineligible tor
ten he ns a member of this court."
OI! TIIH FAVORITE
BRADLEY and HUBBARD 3
IL A M PS
Fop hjiIc hy the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd,
These goods were orJered from advanre
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturrnt, and are the latest In design and
Call early r and make your selections.
In addition .to 'he toooo feet of Garden
Hose lately.recclved, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us 10,000 ft. mete, making
TWENTY' THOUSAND FUliT.
We have nil Rrades, and our prices are
lower than "ever quoted In tins market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
OSCAR WHITE HACK.
Pretoria, Sept. 12. While t'olnncl
Monroe's column was returning fromt
llarklei East to Dordiechl ll was at
tacked by tho llocrs under Command-,
ants Flinches and Myburgh In W'olvc
klof. The adianee guard was well In I
the pass whin n turllile lire wus open
eil upon them from the heights .'ibciulj
the Motif. The Ilrlflsh were In a pre-j
carious position on thu Hat, wheio.
there was little or no coier, but they
rapidly unllnibeicd and -i turned a
bilsk lire. Tho flchtlng coiitliuied for1
some time. The lliltlsh had foiirl
WKllidid. It Is reported that the lliiei
hail four killed and a -mildvriih1f
On the following morning u iccon
uoiterlng forco with big gluts cleared
WolveMoof of the liners who lelreated
In the direction of the Dnikenshurg.
The British followed the burghers for
h considerable distance, shelling them
j E. O. "White of E. O. Hall it Sons r
tunic d I nun the Coast this morning
lilci'ompnuli d by E. II. Paris of tl.r
inline llrm. Mr. White had his flm
I sight id tin Hall tire lulus tills inii
.lug. Alter nttcniliui to many biislnc-sd
innttcis In loniicctlon with thu firm
.Mr. While lll return to thc Coast 'ii
the Peru. Saturday, to innko soiue
heavy pmchases fur the new liulldiug.
which will soon bo In course) of erec
tion. While In flan Francisco he nn 1
.Mr. Paris who also returned ptirchutt
cd a full stocK of hardwatc and tools
from A 10 Z, which will urrlie on th
MailiHisa and Tlillo Slutbuck.
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, just received ia the
"OLYMPIC," for sale at the lowest lifriires.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Ktpecf. between Fort rind Alnketi.
Cccr and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
' WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND WINE AIERCHANTS.
12S Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
JTAN'ltSWAlU Sin ,
oppimltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN ROTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
AWo proprletots of the popular
Is steadily gniwing lu fnior among
people who npiiruclato good things,
and Is rapidly bumming thu fnioille
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Olllce and Works. WU Port and Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Wnli"i etc., delivered free to
nil pints of the city. Island onleis' so
V HOFTMANN. J. F. klLL '?
Hoffman & Riley '.
All Oi-ilePH Pruinptly Fllleil.
ittmtn Fiirnjhih M Box ito
Qco. W. l'age. Tel. 22S
F.W, IJeardslco. P. O. Box 77S
AcctiltcctK unci KuIMcph.
Offlco. Hooms 2-1, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu. T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur.
nlahed on Hhort Notice,
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Ccal.
i v r
Allen 4r RoblnMtjn,
Queen Stteet. Honolulu.
Jobbing iioinptly uttended to.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
I H - MOVBD'
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office nt John Nott's store, King
stteet. will reeelvo prompt attention.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Company, Ltd.
MURCHANT ST. Next Door to Stiingcniviihl nullcllnft.
MARSHAL RAY FUNERAL.
Ilesldis Itciv. J. 1. Knluiiiu, conduei.
Ing Hie sen tees lit Central llnlcvi
riiurcli. a choir conslstliig of Prof,
Ingalls, Mrs. Dr. McDonald. Mrs. Cor
delia Damon ami Then. Itlcharib sang
hyiiins nt tho foucinl of t'nlteil States
Miirshnl Hunlel A. Itay yesterday.
There was a largo ultciiilamc. icpre
sentlug ri'derar ami leriltoilul dc-
imitui'iits. cli II, military mid miiul,
as well ns thn community nt large
The Teriltorial bund hemliM thu pio
cesslon. Tho list of imll-bcarers ip-
WINTER LEAGUE CUP.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworlh, prcsl-
dt-ut of the Winter I.onguo Imseball se
i iles has n celled from Wm. Cunning
ham the beautiful tup which he has of.
filed to be presented to tho winner lu
the piesent series of games. It stands
fully fourteen Inches high. On cum
part of the cup me the words: "Tho
.Mint Trophy, presented b) W. Jl. (,'iin
nliiglmm tn thn Winter I.onKiia il.ill
League, October, inoi." On another
side are the hvords "Won by," with a
spine below which will he engraved
with the name of the winning team
when the proper time nrilies. On tho
third side Is n picture of a b.i'eball
diamond with all the players in posi
For Sale at a Sacrifice
Scarcity ot Nlckcln.
"You may pay mo number tlmo."
Mid a conductor on a Knpld Transit
car to a regular passenger. "I too!; out
$10 lu change thlji morning mid It Is
nil gone," added the tolleclor of far,
as he turned to a llulletu importer
und displayed n handful of dollars and
liulicH. "The trome Is that the olllie
does not open until 9 o'cloiK, when the
heaviest morning tin tile is past.
"A man up there bus Just offered me
a $20 gold piece. No, I nm not hound
to change such u ruin. If n passenger
has nothing less than n piece he may
be put off the car.'1
WLLCOME Trill MISSIONARIES.
The China has a iceord bicnl'.lnr list
lu ono way ut knut; tiMy-liic' mis
hlonarlvs bound for tbelr Holds lu
China, tho Philippines, Japan and
I oilier countries. They belong to all
''denominations, so the Y. .M. C. A.
tblulcs It most fitting to unite them
to Its hall nt X o'clock this evening ho
that the eltlzeiiB of Honolulu may
have nn opportunity to seo them and
bid them (lod-spccd. We halo it repu
tation for being hospitable and biro
Is an nppoi (unity to live) up to it.
Last night of ' i he deUha" tonight.
Tomorrow night "Tim Hello of Ne
York" by Pollard's Lilliputians,
LOT Nxl5 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
PQ8T OFFICE LANE.
We lire now In the Autqinolillc
ISullillnti unci lire ppepiiretl to turn
the (Incut livery In town.
Hiwinlci-h Hiifc from fire, iih
the hullilln Ih l:IHIli:OOI:.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
V WKFK X r X
zgi Jr y NyT N'
MeinlierH KtocU mid Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and tale ot Hawaiian Sural i
Loans Negotiated. 1
Eastern and Foreign Stocks tod
4UU Cnlllornln tt.,
' Sun pninclwcu. Cnl.
I.liiht Ciinopy Top CciliiinhiiH Kurrey.
Popular carriages at popular prices are what the people want.
We have got them. The above is one ef the latest. : :
IT'S A WALK-OVER
'I he way trade has come to us.
Our "ads" are evidently reaJ
and appreciated, but that's not
the only reason we give vou
Pfompt and courteous service,
"and a be'ter value for your
money than you can po.ibly
What we say we dowe 3o do.
W..C. ACHI& CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Eatato In
all parts ot tho group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE, to" Wbst Kino Stpe
Lewis & Co.
Ow'iik to the conolldatlrn
of t e best B'scult Co's In
America, ne can ofter to the
public the following choice
nnlies of biscuits :
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
, Full Line of
. Uneeda Biscuits
Give Us a Sample Order.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House aud Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
BEST WALL HANGING?.
BEST WINDOW SHADES
Alakea Street, Below Merchant. v -
'Phone Main 358. p. O. Box 834.
Il7t Itlier Ktreet. Bet. Iterctiinln unci Pmiiihl.
Fine 'Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
Ml nrik-rs promptly attended to.
' Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Ill lie nil. IU. ISo 1)78.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B08D BROKE.!
REAL ESTATE AND
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIAK. DAVID, Mnnnftcr
Now Open tor BimlneHH.
FlneHt of Accommodiitlon.
FtncHt of HntlilniJ. j i
Be Sure to Oct Off nt t t
till Wiijnlun Htutlon
RATEH-U-TriO per duy t
Kpeclnl IJiitcK by Week or
( Month itit
For further Information address :
IIALBIWA P. O.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
hint, rp TIIU
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : :, 518 FopT street
Slulilti 'I'lioiic. 1U! Main.
Illu'l; StiinO. '1'lmnvs ait) anil 72
J. J. SULLIVAN.
402 JUOD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
.114 FORT RT.
Huh tho Beat Asinrlmpnl nfinncl l.iimhdn.
PACIFIC ISLAND CUIUOS I n
In tho City. ' 0ur wpresonlatlve nieeta nil lucora-
FltlTHIl HOMU-MADK TOI ON TUES.,,n8 8leataers fr01" the Coast, and wc
DAYS ANn YIUDAYS. .check beggngo on all outgoing steam-
Drays for Freight
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
I'Olt 25 CliNTH.
While and Blick Saod For Sile
Office with Uventns Dullettn, 210
King street. Tel. SO. X
W. LARSEN. Wf'L
The Evening Dulletlu, 75 cents per
!&foj&Jfc,flEi' jBAiafatafehi -
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