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T8VENIN0 ntn.Ui.TIN, HONOLULU, It. T TUESDAY, OCTOBEll 1. 1901.
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. Evening Bulletin
Pabllshed Every Day Eiccpt Sunday,
at 210 King StreetHonolulu,
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE n. PAltHINOTON... Editor
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We ilon't belle c there Is malice In
the heart of Francis Hiirphy but a
ilanli pf broader charily could ilu no
The men on board the Kood yacht
Columbia nrc confident of lctory. Why
thouhln't they be when they hav
demonstrated their boat to bo suni-rlof
to nny of the latter day efforts of Am
ci lean denlpners?
6TICK TO Tim TEXT.
"With malice toward none and char
ity for nil."
"I respectfully nsk that Mr, Austin
will retrain from Identifying my nam
with his work."
This text and this statement from
the (lospcl Temperance leader Kranc'j
Murphy arc unfortunately If not cuil
ously Inconsistent. This man Austin
whom franc-is Murphy publicly repu
diates was one of the first to ll3i K
and heed the doctrine preached by Mr.
Mi'rpliy. Not olono this, Austin took
up the work In the cause of lemjiei
nnco, and established an orBaniiatlon
which It Is safe to say would never
have existed bad It not been for bis
actlc canvass anions business men
anr his mnrshallnK of plcdtio ntencra
Ui.iler the Murphy banner of Oosp?!
Austin made his mistakes. Doubt
less Murphy has made mistake dur
ing his career, lie probably has ra
rcltrri such tcbuffs ns he now cxlcnila
to bis former ro-ttorker nnd tamper
Hut as fair minded peop' pre- i:i,t
ready to believe all the evil that hns
hcn said of Murphy they nro not
ready to nurpt all the evil by innuendo
New York, Sept. 20. Commenting
on the visit of the Czar to France, tho
Paris correspondent of the Tribune
Tho receptions accorded to the Czar
and Czarina and carried out under th9
most brilliant auspices at Dunkirk,
Compelgnc and Khclms has aroused
enthusiasm throughout France nulttt
equal to that whlcn characterized the
Imperial visit five years ago. The ex
pressions "friend" and "ally" made use
of by Nicholas II, and President Lou
bet In their toasts nnd speeches nrs
felt here to bo no mere empty com
pliments, lint as Indicating In simplest
language the real strength nnd signi
ficance of the dual alliance, which has
now becy nn accomplished fact for ten
years, and the allusion made by Presi
dent Loubct In calling ntentlon to the
fad that It was Alexander It I hot, Min
ister of Foreign Aifalrs In 1892, who
was nt Hint early date the principal
architect of the I'rnnco-Hiisslan alli
ance. Is regarded as a grateful act of
cast upon the shoulder, of Austin. Is ',cnl J""llte-
ni ih,. i.wi ..f the Mumiiv nil Thc rmi Prominence given tii tho
Tunpcruiicr mnenient to lift men up
military nnd nnvnl features of thc Im-
With the transition period gone nnd
tin. tlilrtv.H.ivot, ttifin n epothlnir rn-
buke. Attorney Oencrnl Dole nnd Chief j ,r n,,.,- fall, to again and ct usaln tx-1 ll'.crla' vh,l,i '" "lilalnril y the fact
Justice Frcar will be awful lonesome 'ti ml the kindly Land to brim; thciu ,iat "vo X-nw ago. Nicholas II came
when they return to the scene-, of their ,a.k. Has Franklin Aurtlii passed to '"""" ", Tic". . ' "one Is now her
stieuiious toll to upset nn Amei lean ms of Int-.uv beyond li!rt t no ex , " the nl mid In this latter capacity
uowrnment. I potu-tit of -malice toward none ;in,l '" '" f"""'ng out his own stroiiR
charity for nil" considers him bejond vv"on"i ,,l.P!,lr,', ,0 ,,rrnmP '"'"II nr
Tom Fitch-s review of thc char... ler !i Hull.' or is there a P-.t.nt Hght ,m wl J ' '"" ""J ""
of Theodore ilooseielt Is one that i CioP'l teiiipernnct- work which marks '"'. l"HuB the outing In itl.e field diir
sl'mld be read "y eve'y citizen of tl,, CmIiihIvo meets nnd bounds which once " Hie maneuvers the Crar galloped
fJ 1" ... ,, " . .... ,..,i. ...... .!.... ..... i ...i.i.,., .h.. ..i..,i. i i.,. nt troops regardless of pre-
iviliiury il uui uiu ict-iimiuc. n '"'"iT" "'"."" v" ..llirrllH.il nrrnnm.nii.nt. nr i.rntnml nn.l
Roosevelt of story nnd of 'nil banishment without tiio gai.-s ML,... .",::"
. Miirnhv mmomcnl? ",,"t'" u.. ... r..ii.ii.uun,
f.icl. a staunch, lojnl, honest American,
The Uod that takes a beloed President
has raised up a man no less trong In
character or less true to highest Ideal.
It Is now usked whether tne reasser
tlon of love and affection between Ins
ula and France means trouble for
rirmt Itrltnln In Smith A trim U'lmt
the lovers would like to do Is easily Jj "'!,t
sohed but while the shortage of funds
continues In the treasury of flussln,
thc head of thc International matri
monial compact, Great Britain can rest
companies nnd batteries nt his own
flee will nnd this personal Inspection
of Hip French soldiers In their cam
paigning kit evidently gave Emperor
NkliolnR great satisfaction. Special
significance Is attached to this because
New Orleans does not find the mas
cpilto problem too Insignificant to wst
l&nt an organized effort for the de
tttuctlon of the pest and ktudy of Its
various moods nnd methods of life
Tho example set in New York and all
thiough the South cs well ought to fur
nish sufficient Inspiration to convince
The Bulletin believes in the Fran-
i's Murphy text. In the KmncU Mur
phy movement, and Is convln-'l of tlw
cm Hence of tho theory. It, with u large
putlon of this community Is surprised
..! tlld'.iinnllitn.l In tl.l liu, ..1 i.f.ltwx.
of the- practical working. The practl ,lle Nl,t1lom,ll"t "'' "factlonary news
pal leading of Mr. Murphy sl.uoment l "a"0,".ll!'vo X'?v, K'v"ng nndnc proml-
at Franklin Austin may return to r""- ',' "" '"".. 01 insiiooiiiina-
He Devil If he pleases, he cannot as- u" "7lm ' eeK umong
.,.,..., ...1,1. ..- .... (,.. ,.. nf tt, "" i jwiihii nun ueuuiBiiiK IU IW1I
priests of the temple. '"fan";- "Klmcnts. who broke loose
If Austin has committed a rrlrie. II '""n 'Hsclpltiie, after n hard day's
he has shown himself a degenerate
there may be some good cause for the
hand of friendship being transformed
Into a (1st. Tntis fnr the charges
against ilm have been purely innuendo
more apparent than the famous Bar
AsFoclatlnn struggle to assasslnnta
Ilnnipliie)s' character. Until Mr. Mur- '
ph and his associates declare there-1
shcs more positively and state better
reasons for their change of front ihc
mnrih and sang tho revolutionary
"Carmagnole." This being worked for
all It Is worth by the opposition press
lo endeavor to discredit General An
dre, Minister of War, and M. Waldeek
Meanwhile, nil foreign officers who
hno followed the present maneuvers
do not hesitate to declare that never
ha the French army been In more effi
cient condition than at present, when
needless show of fuss and feathers Is
.i. i. .. it .ii .i.... .i.. ......
"","""' "u"u" '"'"- """" I gci.erat public will view this Muiphy I """'"" -""" ,'" "'" " ' ' "'"
sndy of the mo.ici.tto problem Is not ' . Mt aR nn McmnllflrMlon llf c bcwci ,,, uy ke Rmpuc,y
l""" ur '"' good Gospel teaching but a marked
' demonstration of human limitations on
and practlcul methods nro apparent in
each branch of the service, nnd. nbo
nil, class favoritism Is suppressed. On
the whole the French nation nnnears
....alfl.attnHn H HA Knnl.Un.l 1 t(l t tl O
., lii.in . ..,...-. !.""- ,1P .mrt of th0l(0 tt,ln - . pailt .
tin.- Dole administration tne report oi ... ... ... .. . uj me wnoie me
Special Agent Olmsted Is nil siilllclent. I ,'..... , to be stlrrcil with pride ns Intense nn
It. contains no vngue suspicion or un-j during the former lslt of Nicholas II,
fair Innuendo. The Incompetemc o( - -,1".r.D'.111tt!llllJithfre " 'r. not the slightest
Governor Dole's administration ro- " ui- init snum-nism, evidence that the Franc o-UusBlnn nlll-
quires no Thurston campaign of slnn- Jnnco has lost one whit of IIh nttrnctlou
, .... M.....na Tl... ..Ii.ik "nun nu i.f ...ill nv ....a.-
ttT uur nny umiu ui .iiuii,iv,p. ..
nfltlr will nnd Is taking cure of Itself)
thiough the local administration's own
Oct! and will work Itself out In u man-,
ncr certain to secure for this Tcrrltoiy
the strong, forceful, storllng American
administration which It so much need, i
The organ of the rebuked thirty
seen whines' that "llumpliu'js ain't
vindicated at home." Ho requires no
vindication at home. In his whole Ju
dlclal career Humphreys has hud the
Wli.it shall we do with the
This Is Hip question that comes to
ccry man's mind in these days.
The first sentiment Is that a national
vlu'lance committee be organized to
tear every unarchlst limb finm limb.
In this period of national sorrow nnd
dlygrucp men come to n belter realiza
tion of why It Is that rape fiends of
Hie South nre burned nt thc stake. The
temperate mind that deplore mob rula
finds In his nature n desire in resort
for Frenchmen of all shades nnd con
victions In Paris and throughout the
FOOD FOR SUPERSTITIOUS
Washington. Sept. 11. The death lit
President MeKmlcy recall to Riiperstl
tlous poisons tho appearance of tlu
shadow on the large pillars of thrt
Wliito House portico early last wil
ier. These shadows had been noticed
or tnroe or four years,
i... m..ii....t. ..... l.it.i .t. ...... i. .I... rnii.u ' or tnroe or four venrn. hut It wnu
support of the people of these Islands ;.','. ,not until last December that they .it-
who believe In protecting the Integrity ?r " "" " r'; .,,.,.. .... .,,... 'tracted general attention. Tnen It -
of the courts of Justice. This portion rIl ' tlmt k"lP'' "' '" l, ' , ntilrwl no stretch of the Imagination
of our citizenship constitutes an oer- ,rl"k '" ""J- u'mv. "' our llepublle t rw0l.nizn a ,iunmn forearm nnd
v, helming majority who have ever held .-mi nuiKes men won.ier as ey . mr , nana, with Lent linger upheld in the
.:..! ' . .. .... .-.. . i L'liod reason to do whether they shall attitude nf warn tie. iiniliiu.,1 n... im.
t!.e lliirt)-seven and meir lo.iowerg in ,...., , ... in.,i Itm. of ,.., nt n... ....!.. . n, K.
Humphrey has ! neared Rlmitlv nfinr nnnn ..n,.i. Hn. r.
1 1 1 uuiiii'n . iniiiiiiir ... inline ....ia .....t - - .---.--. . .. ,.uv.. ..., .,u ,,,,
destroy. The horror of anarchy I """,' u. ' i" nooiii an o,ir.
iTinnrni l.on.e I,. thU ilenublle not a !. . Af,V t,lat.' when the position of tlm
reason to be thankful that he Is not
vindicated In the minds of thc thirty
hccn. Their endorsement would carry
nothing but Iguomlny and shame.
Now It Is said that Governor Dole
had nothing to do with the Humphrejs
case. Is not E. P. Dole an appointee
of Governor Dole, a representative of
hi administration? Is not A. M.
Brown, one of the thirty-seven, an
appointee of Governor Dole? Did not
the Governor pardon the men sentenc
ed for contempt by Judge Humphreys,
thereby defeating the proper process
of the court? Does Governor Dole
think thnt while he occupies his pres
ent high office that he can sneak out
of all the responsibilities of that office
by stating "It wasn't me; 1 wasn't In
town." Not only Is Governor Dole re
sponsible for all the acts of executive
whit less forcibly than to the crowned
heads of Europe Hint have been strug
gling to kill It for year. We arc mov
ed to adopt the same methods ns the
nations where the firebrand assassin Is
followed without ceasing and run to
earth with all the bitterness and care
thai human minds can devise.
But the anarchist still lives. Eu
rope has not solved the problem. What
shall we do?
The problem Is a hard one to solve.
Mill changed koiucw int. tho nhnilfiw
disappeared fiom the pillar, only tu
leappear In n nondescript form Inter
in me nay on mo column nt tiio nort'i
west portico. It then gradually a
siimc-cl more dcllnltii form, nnd finally
represented Hip face anfl shoulder of
President Mc-Klnley, In proHIo, the to
semblance being most striking. 'Cue
silhouette appeared four or live day
in succession, nut lasted only a tow
minutes at a time, when It changed
gradually and by almost Imperceptlh.'o
degrees Into i i enslly recognized out-
of the lato Queo;i
Can our country solve It by thrusting 'I0 ,f features
every anarchist or follower of the Are- I ,t ", j"n rn(.ti t.B,,
brand uud assassins In prison for life.
"'hr history of Kussln doe not prove
tills method to bo effective. Anarchy
s'-ems to feed nnd grow fat on the
honors of Siberia, tho Russian dun-
department officers, but It Is not vague &eon anil tne most strict surveillance.
suspicion or unfair innuendo to ""' "" ""'i '" i" tw.-m-i.io
state that the men who wRKfd ilenllnB with ttnnrrliy lins not prov
war upon Judge Humphreys and 0l1 competent.
n Territorial couit were and nro v........ ....,.,., """"""'"""" earned his leputntlon for saying shnrp
iin.PFn,,r ini0- ....ll.le.il frlen.u Ure never more necessiuy to ihu ..,... ,,.''.. ' .' ' .'"r..!",'.1'
..n.i ....,nnrarC ...,,i I,- .ii.i ,, ni i.i ' cu use of our Ttc-iii iltl Ic. To mukp the
stifled to by nil lbs
messenger and police officer nt tho
White House and by many visitors
to the Mansion, that the death of trnv
Ident McKlnley's mother wns preced
ed for kpvi-rnl day by a shadow pie
turn on "the porch pillars or the bent
form of an old woman standing nenr .1
spinning wheel. '
Bishop Phllpolt of Exeter early
things. One of the guests nt mi under
graduates' party In Oxford sang a song
to prevent, or ehange the'eourse of , " ml of any political doctrine a - ," ' - J- - -'
their attack. It Is the fact and neither I line Is opposed to every tene of our,,,,,,, '
the Governor nor any of his friends national faith Shall we stmt In on , .. ' ,, , y, -n't
eanevned the Issue. W '1. ,,1. ?"" must make speech or Id"
The latest phase of Hawaii land mat-'
ler ngaln livings, to mind the crying
necessity for action by Congress that
shall settle once nnd for all the Terri
torial land transaction. The Dole
administration ha gone ahead In Its
usual manner Interpreting a vague law
according to its own ideas and con
sidering this interpretation as final.
But them Is no stability In thl Inter
pretation. Thero I as good reason to
believe that every man who has bought
land of this government will have to
fight to defend hi title as there Is
that no question can be raised. With
u different Bet of lawyer In the de
partments previous rulings may bo le
versed and the tunglo mnde worse than
over. A Congressional enactment Is
the onlv solution of tho land difficul
ties, Whether this method of admin
istration follows the Dole plan
or.c not the first consideration
lsstalijllty. The Investment of money.
hehwiXthe prosperity of the Territory
depends upon IL There can be no fac
tionalism In this. It Is a business
proposition and should command the
earnest effort of executive) departments
ond business organl:tlon In securing
arly consideration and action by the
United States Congress.
OH THE FAVORITE
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
Por wile by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
III mo iiu.iun K-ntmuui. nnciiiiu, mil ,,,,, ,.. , . . .,., ,
second thought suggests that there ' (l ,,, .,,,... . , , ,, , . , , ,
.... ,. . it i to tell a story, said the future blsh-
iiiif.ht to be nnother solution. ..i a.ii, . .i....i, """""
Can we rise above anarchy? Can we ",'e ,- 21 ' n ,t"h"M
deilioy It force and uv'ert Its damn-1 ".. 'J1 'rTT " n ,l"t son
nliln outrage by s.inieme Indifference? ! ?.t U,! ...M "'.'"i01 ,n '.fc " ? ,0
- - ii.iv il viKi. i. .n.'.tn a .. nn ...... ..
" ' iiioiiiir, ii. n i
Thlc seems to be thougllt In Piesldent
Hoosevelt'n mind when, directly he
till es tiio oath of office he order the
seciet guard nvvuy nnd request that
till movements shall not be more fare
fully guarded than th" zulnir nnd coin
In? of Citizen Roosevelt.
Anarchy must be eruslied. Tho
methods by which It shall be crushed
demand tho cnlmest and keenest deli
beration possible to muster. Anarchy
has become murder. In what wuy shall
we leech the murderer before his deed
Each worker voluntailly assumes the
responsibility for such work as he
feels himself best fitted to do, nnd all
arrangements are subject to criticism
by any of the .member. Tho more dis
agreeable work Is shifted as often ns
practicable In order to equalize tho
burden. When one hns chosen lils
work he Is trusted to do without su
pervision, hut encouraged to consuls
his follow workcia In case of doubt as
to tho best methods.
iicunifu! place. Isn't It?" asked n
g.iest. "Yes." Mild the bishop, "IniX If
It wero mine I would pull down llio
house nnd fill up the pond with It.
Thnt would remove two objections."
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
These goods were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he locoo feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us lo.too ft, mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEET.
We have all grade, and our prices art
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.
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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 Alnlcca.
Pnul ft. iKcnlierii,
C. F. Hcrrlck,
Dock your hortte need new
ClotheH? Of courHe he iloco
unci wnntH tlicm to (It too.
Tlint'H where weenn liclpyou.
OUR STOCK OF
Ih the ntOHt liciiutlful unci com
plete In thlHclty.iiiul the price
Ih mire to milt.
Wc lime hugjty, surrey, tenm,
cxprcurt wnon unci clump curt
ImrneHH, collurH, etc.
Cuinpletc line on exhibition nt
our milcHroom, next door to
CHAS. F. HERR1CK CARRIAGE CO.. Ltd.
)J s ':
v rx- ci .
nfti r liiislni-ss Is Just what we arc.
In oriliT to maku tho public of Ho
nolulu uur friends In business we. aro
KoIiik to glvo them a elmnco to savo
Our entile line nt l'Jftl patterns of
wall paper will bu sold ut 3 1-3 per
Vy'd must lmvo room at onco lor
our !io: stock which is now on the.
Herctiinln St., next to corner of Einmii.
'Phone Main 358. P. 0. Box 833.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opponltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletots of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sariapa
rilla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and 8oda Cocktalle.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Lithla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnatead 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brewi and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
Geo. W. Page. Tel, 22
F. W. Ueanlslee. 1'. O. Box 778
Architect and UulldcrH.
OHlce. Rooms 2-4. Arlington Annei.
Ilonolulu, T. H.
Skotchea.&nil Horrorr EstlmAfpit fnr.
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers id Lumber and Coal.
Allen t Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
K O M E L
Is steadily gro v favor among
people who npi..e good things,
and Is rapidly becoming thc favorite
CARBONATED BY THIS
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole AgtB. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Offlco anil Worhs, C01 I-'ort and 'Al
Telephone No. 71 Main, i
Soda Wntnr, etc., delivered free to
all parts of the city. Island orders solicited.
All Orders Promptly Hilled.
Architects, Contractors imr.Bulldera. &
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi i6e
Jobbing promptly attended to.
H. P. BERTELMAN'S
IS - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Order left nt ilih .u.
or office at John Nott'a itnr Kin.
street, will receive prompt attention.
constantly arilvinK keeps our
establishment always in the
Your neighbor has told .jo.i
about us nnfl If you haven't al
ready bc'sun to trade with, uh
you are vvlsblnK you were.
We will not udvortlwi siiRar,
c-nnned Roods or rookies this .,
week because we keep every
thing in the Rroeery Hue, biilj
tho Inducements we offer nrc '
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugat
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
Son FronclHCu, Cul.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
1 Brokers & Dealers
, r t
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
wo will Sell Properties on Reason
IFFICE. 10 West King Strrh
1170 River Street.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Beretanln nnd Pminlil.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specially.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue S4I. P. O. Box 878.
To Let op Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal aids of Beretania street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
But mot people are not
worrying about It.
They just buy oui of our
tleiik or ceiling fun A and
keep cool. That's wlut you
should do. The cost Ii very little
In comparison to the amount of
comfoit you will Kt from them.
Prlcen- UbSK FANS, $10.00
CEILING " 40.00
Telephone Aluln OOO.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK ADD BOID BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
. ORGAN TUNER
Bergstrom Music Company
814 FORT ST.,
Has the Best Assortment of
TACIFIO ISLAND CUniOS-
In tho City.
FltlTSH HOME-MADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS AND yniDAYS. ti.
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