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Tt'KSDAY SEITEMIIKU 21, 0L
The final settlement of the baseball
park problem shows that tno endeavor
to assist good sport Is keeping pacr
t I th the timet.
With Kreor Chief Justice and Dickey
Third Judge the courts of Hawaii
would bo Just hncly according to th
Thunttan sajs Humphrejs' uuswer
Is "iicttlfoRKlnR." If this be true the
dictionary doesn't contain an appro
priate name for the charges prcterred
The next time Ficnr noes away ho
Kill double bar nnd lock the doois of
his sacred "transition period" cham
bers that they may be protected from
the assault of any rufflnn Americans
nlm seek to fulfill the mandates of
Judging tho prospects of u olcanu
truptlon by the presence of mosquitoes
U nn entirely new theory. It has Jet
to bo proved, however, that this theory
Is not Just us good as any other. The
workings of volcanic machinery are
past Sliding out. t
The enthusiasm over baseball on
Maul Is sufficient to warrant the ht.po
of a series of lnter-lsland contests be
fore the close of the winter league sea
son. If n series between Honolulu and
Maul teams could be played In this
city and In Walluku as well, It would
tesult In renew'ed luteicst In n.nlettcs.
Apropos of Thuiston's ranting
against Humphreys, the following
from Father (loose Melodies Is appro
priate to the remarks of Thurston's
Why does the doggie bark, papn,
Why does the doggie bark?
The reason why, If you must know,
Is that the ... e doggie ean't crow
And so he hag to bark.
It appears from remarks of the
ltegattn Day Judges that the charges
mned against them of consuming much
liquor and betting on the events are
after the order of charges preferred
uaulnst Franklin Austin In the Mur
phy Club. These charges are Imper
sonal. One ut the Judges has requested
thut the critics state the names of any
end all Judges who amused themselves
betting on the races and drinking to
exuberance. Such n statement will
(i-rtulnly clarify the atmosphere.
THE HAMAKUA LICEN8E.
Except for the remarkable state
ments made by Prof. Lyons, which are
of little force or effect, no serious ob
jection has been raised against the
plan to grant a license for developing
the Hamakua water sources. Tho' re
marks of those who attended Monday's
meeting tend toward n deslro to see
the color of the money held by thu
gentlemen seeding a license.
These applicants have already put
enough time and money Into the pro
tect to wnrrnnl the conclusion that
they nre not endeavoring to carry out
u ily-by-nlght speculation. They have
found what no one else has discovered
during all these ) ears, that the storage
of water In tho higher levels of Ha
makua section of Hawaii Is entirely
feasible, furnishing a fair profit for In
vestors ta the project and assuring a
continuous witter supply to districts In
which the regularity of drouth has
served as the most severe check to tho
continued prosperity of vast agricul
What further guaiantev do the gen
tlemen want that the objects for which
the license Is to be granted will be uc
Lompllshed within the specified tlmo
Is it necessary to deposit a certified
rhock for 12,500,000? Is the word of
the promoters and their known backers
of no account? Are any of the critics
prepared to take up this work, or pre
pared to make more favorable returns
to tho government If the proposed li
cense is granted to them?
If the government can make better
terms with other applicants, as a pure
business proposition, It is advisable)
to turn to tho highest blddeis. .Unless
the published reports of the proceed
ings nre grossly garbled, however, the
objections thus far offered savor much
of a dog In the manger policy, Tho-I
water In tneso hills has tun to waste
for years. Now- that some one has gono
over the field and demonstrated that
this water can be utilized, others step
In to claim the right of Inning a shaiu
In the enterprise. This Idea Is not
without its precedents in business acti
vity, hut It seems ill timed at thu
present when the country Is so much
In need of outside capital, and our Id
eal securities are suffeiing so severely
from unfortunate combinations of la
bor and drouth.
The prospect of the government ap
propriating the fi(nds for tills work Is
mj far remote that It hardly merits
consideration. Nothing c-nn bo done
by the government for two jenrs at tho
outside, and this Is the tima limit given
the applicants for a Jltense, No Indi
vidual or Indlvldunls'have offered any
thing better, consequently tho Terri
tory cannot suffer Injury by granting
the opportunity asked,
Thoiough discussion Is to bu sought,
thorough scrutiny of the terms of the
license Is absolutely necessary, but
selfish Interests ought ndt to be allow
ed to check work that promises so
much for tho prosperity of one of our
most Important Island districts
Tk I . - .. .1 1. H464t-4HkM,MBtBIVttdsjkBiiMm
CAN'T.ATTACK 1115 INTEGRITY.
The, Chicago Hecord-Hcrald of ro-
cent date publishes the following from
Its Washington correspondent:
Tho Attorney General today sat in
judgment on Judgo Humphreys of Ho
uolulu, who nppenrcd In person as well
as by counsel to meet his accusers.
and gnllantly met tho charges prefer
red against him. None of his defara
erg has attacked his Integrity, and
F. W. Hankey, who appeared an
counsel for the members of tho Bar
Association of tho Hawaiian Islands
who are pressing tho charges, made
several admissions which weakened
his case. Judge Humphreys, who
came to Washington from Chicago to
altehd the hearing. Is elated tonight
over the day's proceedings, and Is ro
od vlng congratulations of friends, vvhj
are confident that ho has been com
JUDGE HUMPHREYS FIGHT, '
The Mississippi Cotnmcrclal.1
Sometweeks ago a movement w-as be
gun by Oovernor Dole of Haw-all,
through his henchmen, to have Judge
A. 8. Humphrejg removed, from office,
Just on what grounds we are not ap
prised, but there seems to be a person
al motive nnd as the Investigation pro
ceeds It becomes more apparent that
Dole and his crowd want to get rid of
Judge Humphreys nnd Judge Estee, of
the Federal Court of Hawaii, because
they nre not willing to become a party
to the stealings which have charncter
lied Governor Dole's administration
befoie mid since the annexation of the
Islands. The fight between Judges
Humplircvs and Estee nnd Governor
Dole is on. and it looks now like th
latter would be defeated, as no doubt
he deserves to be. A recent Washing
ton special to the San Francisco Bul
letin In speaking of the matter says:
"The administration's curt refusal
esterday to allow Governor Dole of
Hawaii to make a largo Hawaiian bond
Issue, nnd Its support of Judge Humph
reys as against Dole, have again re
vived reports here that Dole will soon
be asked to resign his office or will be
summarily removed from It. Matter!
have progressed so far that the dis
cussion of candidates to succeed D0I4
Is proceeding here. Judge M. M. hs
tte. formerly of San Francisco, hut now
Federal Judgo in Hawnll, who belongs
to the anti-Dole faction. Is believed to
stand In higher favor with the admin
istration as Dole's successor than any
one else. There nre endorsements of
Judge Estee for the place on file In tho
departments here already."
Tho friends of Judge Humpnrcys
In this city and throughout the States
are gratified to learn that he Is gain
Judgi- W. S. Edings will open tho
October term or tho Third Circuit at
Kohala on Wednesday next. Carl 8.
Smith of Hllo will ho tho Deputy At
torney General In attendance.
The criminal calendar shows the tut.
lowing list of alVgcd offenders:
Blla Keanu, vagrancy; Elemakul".
fishing with explosives: Kulolla, mi
llcloiiH mischief; Klwaha. Ashing with
explosives: John Kealoha, assault and
battery: Halka', larceny, second de
gree; Walpol (ch.), Bulling spirituous
llcpior without license; George Lind
say nnd Walpa, adultery: Ling Toug,
larceny, second degree; Tom Larkln,
larceny, second, degree; Neama, em
bezzlement; Akl, assault and battery
Samual Kaluna, murder, first degree;
Ido, lnrceny. second degree; Nakamu
ra. rape; Akana, liquor selling.
Following 'are tho civil cases for
ury trlalr John .1 Estate s. Kama!
Nahlnu, trespass; Mrs. B. C. Green
well vs. Konn Sugar Co., Ltd., eject
ment; Fanny Strauch vs. l.oldnlluum
et al., ejectment; I.ucy K. I'eabody vs.
Ilookalll Kamauoha et al., quieting ti
tle; Lucy K. IN-abody vs. Kallua Cor
tec Co., ejectment; I.ucy K. I'eabody
vs. Samuel Purker et al., ejectment:
I'ciopuu vs. George Clark, ejectment;
T. It. Mopsmnn vs. Kallua Con"eo Co,
quieting title; T. II. Mossman vs. Ho
ul.nlll Kamnuohn et al.. oulctlnc title:
T. it, Mossman vs. Samuel Parker et
I quieting title; Kaplolanl Estate,
Ltd., vs. S. M, Damon et al., ejectment;
Kaplolanl Estate. Ltd.. vs. Kona Sugar
Co.. ejectment; C. K. Al vs..C. Akau.
assumpsit; Sarah Yowcll vs. Jacob
Coerper, replevin; John Gaspar vs.
J. K. Nabale. damages for malicious
prosecution; Joo Gaspar vs. J. K. Na
hale, damages for malicious prosecu
tion; Kananaulu ,vs. J. K. Nahalo,
damages for malicious prosecution;
Harry T. Mills vs. Kona-Kau Tele
pnono & Telegraph Co., Ltd.. damages;
loeln Knnianla vs. D. W. Pal Nnhea,
damages; Antono J, Soares vs. Umn.
da, damages; Ah Lum vs. Ten See
vi 111.. assumpsit.
One case Is Jury waived, viz: Lucy
Pcabody et al. vs. John Anu ct al,
Chambers and probate cases nro tho
eight following: Nelllo L". Scott vs.
J. K. Nahale.trestiass; John Todd vu
T. K, R. Amalu, assumpsit; D. Wal
au vs. E. Kahaleohu. assumpsit; T.
Alii. Itcceiver Estate C. AUu. vs.
Obong Akau, assumpsit; II. Mulanl vs.
(I. N, Alapai et al., bill to 'foreclose
mortgage; In ro Estate L. W. Kuabl-w-iuul,
deceased, prohato of will; !n
re i-.siato i.UKla Kualmoku, deceased,
petition for letters of administration:
III ro Estate D. Kalian. rineenaiul m.11.
Hon for letters of administration.
There aro nlno dlvorco cases, lt
Meleunii Duvls vs. W. A. Davis; Ma
im Al.o vs. Ako ieh.), Kawal UlpI vs.
T. K. Blnl, V. Ahana vs. Kaolo iw).
Sin Hvklsuku vs. Mqtsumoto Sukisuka,
Maria A. '. do Hllva vs. Manuel do
Sllva, Akoi vs. Kelekla Kainoa. Titu
K. Napollon vs. Ellen Keomallanl I'll.
Han let (jallagher vs. Den. Gallagher.
Twenty-five thousand one hundred
and thirty-two Irish emigrants landol
In New York last year. They had
Cfi7,000 between them.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
f" T l
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
P08T OFFICE LANE.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
E NEW IMPORTATION
j BRADLEY and HUBBARD
Vor ale by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These good were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu-
i facturers, and are the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition tol the to ooo feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the "Emily F. Whit .
ney" brought'us 10,000 ft. mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND . FEBT.
We htve all grades, and 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. SCHUMAfi, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort nnd Alukcn.
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Company, Ltd.
MERCHANT ST. Next Dour to Stiiniicriwnld Building.
Light Canopy Top ColumhuH Surrey.
Popular carriages at popular prices tare what the people want.
We have get them. The above is oie of the latest. :
'Phone Main 358.
1178 River Street.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 541. P. O. Box 873.
JtorLTyi i "
H. T., TUE8DAY, SEPT. 21, 1901.
Block . . .
most pooplu encounter In fiirnlHhtni:
n Iioijho la In thu proper aulcrtloii of
thn wall paper.
Hcic'h whi'id u fthlne. It In oir
liunlniH8 to aid you In this Important
matter, anil thu Hun-ire coxtH you notli
Iiik. Wc almply nuk your trade In our
k JtJrzk In .fl 'Xm. E m mmWJt
WALL HANGINGS The Best.
WINDOW SHADES Good Ones.
P. O. Box 833.
MRG CO., Ltd.
.Bet. Bcretuniii and Puuuhl.
uJL' ' ' -toMm'tMiiA i.tedN
Beer and Wine Dealer.
'Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON 6RAUQHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. 1
oppcmltc the R. R. depot.
AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
la Ktonillly urowInK In favor among
ooplc who appreciate Rood thliiKi.
unil 1h rnuldry hcrnnilnK thu finorltn
CARBONATLD BY THE
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Bolo AgtB. for tho Territory or Hnnnll.
onioo ami Vorl,e, firtl Kort and Al
len Htrrotx. ' "'
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Hoila Water, t-tr.. ctolhcrccl free .to
all paitn of thu city, lulnncl ordcra Bu
lletin!. Opening Announcement!
All OrdcrH Promptly Filled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MemherH Stock nnd Bund
Edward Pollifz & Co.
and Dealers in
Particular attention glren to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Suxar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks an4
403 Ciillfornln 8t.,
Snn FrnrfcUco. Cul.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Bell Real Estate 'in
all parts ot the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
)FFICE. 10 WSST KINO STREU
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makkl side of Beretanla street
between Ptlkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AKD BORD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
FIHAKOiL AGENT '
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. .Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
814 FORT ST.,
Has the Best Assortment ot
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In tho City.
FRFSH IIOMK-MADE POI ON TUE3
DAYS AND 5TIIDAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 35 CBNTH.
Architects. Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANOtNWAlU SID i
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O Bi ito
Qeo. W. Page. Tel. 229
P. W. Ueanlslee. P. O. Box 778
beardsl.ee a paoe
Architects and Builder.
Office, Koorr.g 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Katlniate fur
nished on Short Notice. '
OF ALL, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen iXr Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
dUILDEK . . .
Jobbing promptly attended ta
M. R. BERTELMAN'8
IS - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King itrcet Orders left at either shop
or office at 'John Nott'a store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolidation
of tte btst B'scult Co's in
Amer.ca, we can offer to the
public the lollowinK choice
makes of biscuits :
Breners Ceceliai Tea
" Freici Wafers
' Water Bisciits
Fill Lite ef
Give Us a Sample Order.
But mot people are not
worrying about It.
They just buy oiu of our
dcHk or celling fnnHand
keep cool. That's what you
should do. The cost li very little
'(n comparison to the amount of
comfo'tyuu will get from them.
Prlcen- DE.SK PANS, $10.00
ChlLING " 40.00
Telephone Main .1UO.
Notice to Roman Catholics.
At my ivqucM, two Jesuit Kalhi'H,
Jlev. Father Marithall Tgnoclus Iloai
iiihii and llnv. Father KiiRi-nft A!yliix
MaKiiiiH')-. ni" cotulni; on tho Alameda
Kololy for tho purpciHO of Klvlui; u mii
hlon, whlc-h will hc'Kln on Sunday, Oc
tober fith, At u meotlnis held on last
Sunday owning It wan declclerl to ten
der a reception to tho new Father,
on next Saturday. September 28th, ut
7 p. in.1 In tho c lull roomti ot1 the mis
sion. All KiiKllah RpeaklnB Catholics
aiu roicllully Invited to ho present nt
thin occasion. The pioisram of tho
iiiIsbIoh will bo published later on.
1919-at DlHhop of I'anopolls.
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