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RVKNIN'O ntUJ-KTIN. HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY. SEPT. 23, 1801.
Fubllshcd lTvcry Day Eicept Sunday,
at 210 King Street. Hf.nolulu.
T. II.. by tha
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FARR1NOTON... Editor
"Entered atthePot Offlco at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
An Hie llulletln understands the Ha
makun situation the plantation man
agers and homesteaders of that dis
trict have no desire to depend on the
rain "nt nf old." They enn 111 afford
to avuilt the few jears tthe n "the ells-
..i.. ..in .... - . i..., I - ... nui
iiriei. win lie up inuiiui iii lit ui uiu,
especially nen iieponiiinir nren ino
rain "at of old" they arc nt-ii equally
Mire of the recurrence of drouth "a
What Prof. Lyons na8 of the Wal
men dlntrlct nuiy lie true. Tile, land
ofllie In KrantlnK licenses to develop
the liter, of one district should not
and It Is wi to to my. will notrjeopardlzc
the water supply of Wnlmca or auy
other district of Hawaii. Prof. I.jomc'
reasoning Is not sound, hqweser, and
Is iinsupportid by experfeiue or
scientific theory dealing with the In
fluence of forest Devastation upon the
Manner nallentyne should hctho fn -
as there w'ould tin for Onhti planUitlou
manager to refute to drhe wellx bo
rauie during certain jears enough rain
Per month, anywhere lu l 8....$ .75
Per year, anywhere In U. 8.... 8.00
Per car, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office Box .
support of all deeent citizens as well
un the police In his e-mleasone to put a
quietus on the malicious acts of hood
lums, who endanger life and property
bj blockading oar tracks.
falls to supply the cane Holds with all
the wntereiUlred to secure a matur
The development of water wmreen In
Hamukua Is made with the one object
In slew of presenting conditions "as of
will stand before the American public,
for what It is worth, not on the basis
of false assumptions,
The yachtsmen are to oe (ougnitulat
nlon tuning reached trie point where
they are ready to move toward the or
ganization of a Yachting Association.
The present system of conducting
Explanations ponderous nnd Incom
petent fall to blind the people to the
fact that the Dole idol has fallen nnd
henceforth the local administration, oI(li Tn piln Hi , Ktnr,. ttt,.r nt for
Use during tliei rainy and produitlxc
season, hut to nssuie production
throughout the season of drouth. Tin i
water Is In the hllN nnd i..ih lienn theri' J
for .stars iinretleiilly 'running to nustei
While thniiKiiiids of dollnrx are lost III i
the lower rami field.
1 lie capital Is ready to carry on opcr-
atlotix th.it shall store this water and
jachtlng contests Is decidedly cnidfl gle It to the plantations mid home-)
and material Improvement Is certain
If the yachtsmen will tnke the niattir
Thlrty-snen nieuiliHs of the I'm
Association are sitting up nights read
ing Judge lluraplucji teply to their
foolish accusation). Nothing lias t
been found to warrant thu hope that
these thlrty-secn imiubirs have not
siorecl an Ignominious failure and ne
stead) rs h n needed. Why should
nusune In Hawaii tlioiiglitful for the
steady prosperity of nil plantations
now seek to place a dumper on this
work hy claiming that conditions "as
of old" will be anile satisfactory,
PAIR PLAY FOR A FRI1H PRE8S.
I Rochester (N. Y.) Herald.)
.Justice McAdnm of the New York
dowuf.ill of the Dole I Supreme Court has handed down a de
i Islon affecting libel suits against
j new'Kp.ipers. He holds thut in libel
At hist the "rim eminent" as found I n' " '""I" ,'n0"h for " P ill1n,"T
In the Inner circle of the Dole admlnls-' lo '" "h"' lind, th,'n " lo 'rl" '
tratlon has set aside th- "transition ?" l "'" "'" h0m'' ',rt "
teriod" and will alien It to repct """f? l"",o,,!' "rtlcle has wrough
along with other Innocuous dcssu-i W when tie w ..ole article Is of
tiicl.- ..f ih uM time llenuhl of Ha- '--" "' '""" ' .r-"
necessity sit forth in
JuMlre McAdara holds that the dvfen
nil ,.,. 1 u Til I t fa A Kllivl lillk AAm A
down for men who can do nothing ,"U "U entlllrt ton bill setting forth
wrong, but they are to be congratulated the particular words or parts of tho
In at least khhIdr a glimmer of the ''""','"'1 n,blc,h ,h,'; 'harge j. base,!.'
light by wa.ch an honest. fomul Am- t aM ,l"1 ul ,,Ki,tlonH of .
run-. Hre eiiiutri; iihi tuKiii' uiiu iu
' definite: and the rmrtv nccUM'd of nn
offense ho serious has a right to know
crlcan gorernnient can be secured.
The governmental determination to
giw some one capable of accomplish
ing the task a license to tluwlop th
water In the Hamaku.i district Is to be
commended. A season like the pres
ent In Hamakim costs thU country
thousands of dollars, not alone In the
Iosh sustained by Individual planta
tions hut through tho injury, suffered
hj all securities In tho outside markets.
It Is always dlRlcutt to convince In
vestors that droutu In Hawaii elites not
Include eiery section of fhe Islands.
If It lb true that Judge
day's races placed wager on the ro-
tults of any events, tho Regatta com
mittee If rot the Judges themselvet
ought to enforco a strict rule against
this in futurei years. Doubtless thu
Judges aro sufficiently fair minded not
to allow their beta to Influence their
decision, but In case of a close decision
the knowledge mat. a Judge had money
on the race alwnys creates III feeling
and an aftermath ot unpleasantness
not In keeping with tin general spirltiun
the particular grounds of action as pre
eisely as they may be stated.
This opinion should operate ns a
check upon the shyster lawyer, whose
name is legion, who runs about trying
to contlnce people who get their name
lu print that they have been libeled.
The average Individual who conducts
himself or his business so Indiscreetly
as to Justify the recital nf his affairs In
tho newsp.pirs usually' feels a little
sore about It and be falls an easy prey
to the wiles of tho shyster lawjer look
Inn for a fee. As a matter of fact ery
ot Satur-(ew libel rases are decided adversely
to the press; and the only "damages"
the plaintiff Is likely to get will be the
satisfaction of putting tho newspaper
to the expense of defending Itself.
Justice McAdam's decision should
have the effect of still further reduc
ing the liability of the newspapers for
damage's for libel. It Is comparatively
easy to claim that the general tenor ot
an article Is not calculated to add to
the personal or business popularity of
Individual; but when the plaintiff
that should characterize Regatta Day. , riuulred to specify the nctunl wonW
that hnve done him damage, the tnsk;
Alfred S. liartwell, ex Judge ex Gcn-l will likely nine timed out oi fen prove
cral, and member of Thurston's liar too difficult for the limited Ingenuity
Association hat written the Depart- of the cheap shyster lawyer,
ment of Justice that a large number of The fear of publicity engender. d by
the members of tho liar Association the freedom of the press to make pub
desire the appointment of Lyle A. i lie the criminal sldo of a man's char
Dickey to the petition of third Judgo act) r or his business operates as n pow
of the First Circuit Court of Hawaii, erful deterrent of wrong doing. TBo
This recommendation Ik made In oppo-1 fear of getting one's name in the paper
(.ltlon to the- Republican committee's keeps many an individual from the
endotseroent of Edgar Cnyplewt for , commission of offenses that might
the place. liartwell and Thurston ap- otherwise suit his Inclination. That is
pear to be contemplating the addition why people give fictitious names and
of )!.v Republican to their many titles.
addresses sometimes when conveyed to
the police station. They do not want
their misdeeds published abroad. Any
ruling, therefore, which protects the
newspaper in Its right to publish news
and Is based upon the principle of fair
play for a free press makes for the wel-
The Hawaii Herald rails to find any
corruption In the admlnlstraton ot the
Dole government, whh h Is another way
of saying It has not perused the re-
port on lwllei made to the Departmenl f (((H.1(.ty - arf, merUg tbe
of Justice! by Spe-clal Agent Olmsted.
The great feature of the campaign now
being waged against Tammany Is found
In the Tammany record of protecting
vice. It is the sarnie thing for which
the Dole administration must answer.
In cafh Instance the protection was
given In spite ot the law
approval of the general public.
the fact Is prnettMllv
One Frederick W. Hankey, aged IB,
Though themedllim hel!h,i black hair nnd ejes,
" Q'llru lima llnmi 11. ...., I lfn.. t. I .. ..
The Supreme Court by Its onl resi
le lit member has sounded the cull to
irms for the protection of those sacred
pieclncts, in whicn the transition pe
riod was created, from contamination
by u (irand Jury Instructed to disre
gard the existence of a transition pe
riod, No wonder Perry wants to keep
the (Irand Jury In a sweat box If ho
Some time since he was In Wnshlug
ton, I). C, where he went to represent
the late unlamented liar Association ot
Honolulu In the removal of Judge
Abram s; YlumphrejH. When last
seen he was walking along tho track
of the Baltimore ft Ohio Railroad
counting the ties and damning tho Bar
Association for Its unremitting atten
tions. Ladj friends In Honolulu feel
anxious about him. Any information
concerning his whereabouts, whether
p BRADLEY and HUBBARD 3
g PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd, 3
These gooJs wtre ordered from advance
sheets ol the catalouuc of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
Call early anJ make your selections.
Ol' THE FAVORITE
Fop note by the
In aJdillon to "he to coo feet of Girden
Ho lately received, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us lo.cbo ft. mere, making
TWENTV THOUSAND FEET.
We have, all KraJes, and our ptlces are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND iN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu, H. I
opposite the R. R. depot. -
AND IN HOTTLIi.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletots of the popular
Architects, Contractors add Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. RILbY
Hoffman & Riley
Geo. W. 1'agei.
V. W. Uenrdiilce.
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harnes.i, just received via the
"OLY.MI'IC," tor sale at the lowest ligureb.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mei'Chnnt Street, between Fort unci Alnkcu.
U stenellly itrouliiK In favor among
peoplce who appreciate koocI thine,
ami Ih rapidly lieeeimlni; tho favorlto
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Aula, for the jTerritory of Hawaii.
Offlce ami Works, tdl ,Fort and Al
len Htri'etH." " "
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Snila Water, etc- lellvered frte. to
all pitrtH of tin) eity. iHland nrdertt ho
Opening Announcement I
P.O Bo io
V. 0. Box 77
BBAHD8LBB A PAOB
ApchltcctH unci BulldcrH.
Offlce, Tloon.H 2-t, Arlington Anner,
Honolulu, T.' Hi V, I
Sketches ubd Correct Estimates fur
nlshccl on Short Nbtlco"" "
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen efc Robinson,
Qucoii Street, Ilnnolulu.
Jobhlng promptly attended to.
t 18 MOVED
To rear of' old stand. Entrance on
King atrect. Ordcru left at either ahop
or office ut John Nott'e store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
All Orelern Promptly Hilled.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Company, Ltd.
MUHCHANT HT. Next Doer to H t linden wnld BulldlnU.
MwLrtejSflV 1 Jr f li'
Llfiht Cnnopy Top ColumhiiH Hurrey.
Pefnlar carriages at popslar prices are what the people want.
We have get them. s The above is one of the latest. : :
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MemberM Htock and Kond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur-
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stock and
4a Cnllfornin St..
. Hun HranclHCo, Cul.
W. C. ACHI & CO,
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of tbe group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
1FFICE. to Wist King Strum
, dead or alive, will be niuat thniikrnllv
.Meanwhile the public continue., received by A. S. liartwell of Honolulu
w ho had three homes Utllod unili'r him
to luiinh at .Supreme Court antics nnd
cheerfully crleH, "(lot It PiTiy, Go It clurlnK M ar and who killed the ca
Gear." The law nf the land U now , ,P. Mr, Hartwell regretH that the
given full reeoKiiItlon and Terry can nnancea of tho It.ir Aswiclntlon uro In
nhoot pebbles at the lock on JuMlce bU(.n ft clepliirnble shape that hei cannot
J-rear'a door or daneet n hornplpo In thu offer a rewnrd for the Informatlcm de-
corrldorH, It only aadH to me sajety oi Bred In HiIh advertisement.
the season during a dry time lNten
IIAMAKUA "AH OP OLD "
Apropni. of the plan to ilnvelop the
vater of the Haniakua district, Weath
er Prophet Ljons Is eiuoted In a morn
lug p'iier its nuking this remarkable.
Statement. "Tho Hiimnkua plantations
will haw rain again ns of old. Even
(tie destruction of thn furests there
will not destroy the rainfall, and the
district will bu ns productive as of
old within a few jeurs."
Judging from this statement thu
drouth suffered by Hamukua Is n mlth,
tho cletrurtlpn of the foiests of little
account especially lu Hamukua.
FoV Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
frnit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
r r V
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANG.
No Use Talking
The best wull pnper for the Iciihi nieincy
Ih to he huel unly, lit IIIiAL'H. tiocidn
purcluiHcil of u h lire fjootl jJcicmIh rightly
bought unci jou ciinnut do better.
For Window Shades,
Linoleums or Wall
Hangings go to : :
Alnkcu Htrect. below Merchunt. v
'Phone Main 358. P. O. Box 83a.
OUT Or ORDER
II7H RUer Ktrcet.
MF?G CO., Ltd.
Hot. Ilerctiintn unci Pmiiihl.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help e-mployed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
To Let or Lease
A Fine Noise aid Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Plikoi and Keaumoku 8t.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET. ,
Tel. Itlue 341.
t, O. lieix 078.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKEB
REAL ESTATE AND
402 J U Dp BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
OHCAN TUN lilt
Bergstrom Music Company
814 FORT ST.,
Una thu Urst Assortnient of
I'AOIPIO ISI.ANIJ CUHI03
In tho City.
FKh'dU HOME-MAT)!! IOI ON TUia-
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the 'onjolldatlrn
of tre- bj.t Biciitr Co's In
Amer.ia. we can offer to the
public Hie following choice
makei of Mcults :
Bremers Ceceliai Tea
" Freich Wafers
Fill Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
But most people are not
worryliiK ;il'niit It.
They juit buy on? of our
cIchIc iir celllnti '" and
krfp coiil. That's what you
should JevThe cot Is very little
in comparison to the amount of
cimfo't ynii w III get from them.
I.I.ILINO " 40.00
Telephone .Miilii IIO.
MONEY 18 NEEDED.
1 1 In wall HuruM.J
Whetlie'i nr nut Siipnrlntencle-iit IIojcl
of the I'ulille Works Departnirnt can
lcnili'r flnnmlal nil tn tho Hllo lluiul
Jlcwrel Is n iiuchIIoii, hut ho van at least
leurn tt ceiinlltlon of tho brtdh'i'R be
tween KhwiiIIiuu mill Hllo. The trim
lilo vsltn tliei llcuil lliurd Is that It pin
noil too much fulilt to fliei I.ei;l9latiiic
or tho 1'iiulii' Works Ocpaitment In
the niattei nf funils. As to the hrlclKC
mciosh the Wul.il n It njs upt to fall
ut an tliuei under the; great strain put
upon It (.luce thu I'umpletlou of the
lllki rslluuy Iihi Increased traffic tu
nn eiiiirmuuh txti'nt. It Is closed nine
and will remain so until repairs have
liven made, or u new bridges erected In
Its place: a emit of tar on thu Iron
ork oi a new iloorlnir will not suffice
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