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EVEN1KQ BULLKTIN; HONOLULU,!!. T., WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2. 1D01.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H.. by the
ULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARR1NOTON... Editor
Entered at the Fit Office at Hono
folu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S....I .75
Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably in advance.
Post Office Box 718
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2. 1901.
Let Ocneral Harwell's war record be
what It may, he has been completely I
unhorsed In Washington.
General A. S. Hartwell will kindly
tal.o notice that President Roosevelt
has stated his approval of a "govern
ment owned" cable to Hawaii.
Come to think of It Teddy Roosevelt
knows something about Arizona char
r.cter nnd so far as he has been beard
from, offers no adverse comment.
It Is to be hoped Oahu has not taken
nil the rain from the clouds that tUtrnl
may be a good quantity left to solvn
llamakua s drouth and tire problem.
No one regrets his return to law
practice and sudden deslie to become n
member of the Honolulu Bar Asso-1
elation more than Lorrln A. Thurston.
Czolgosz's name is a Polish noun .
meaning "a creeping, crawling thing.
such as n snake, czolgotsz nas
fulfilled the mission of bis
The short time token to float the
major portion of Ko.in plantation
bonds does not Indicate that Hawaiian
Kecurltles are scorned In the Mainland
Those citizens who object to tho
erection of a public memorial to the
late President McKInley are reminded
that there Is no law to compel any
person making a contribution to such
fund as may be required. The project
Is entirely appropriate and timely.
Nenrlv everv rain storm that lasts i
twenty-four hours serves to demon- '" n '"rce.
ktrato the mlserablo and dangerous1 Tn0 administration seeks justlfleu
condition of the electric wires of th t,on for "8 Irregularity, nnd the old
city. The present storm was not ac-1 reK',llc flrst- ,n8t llll1 n" ,lle t,me BCclvS
componled by a high wind nor was tho tlle removal of Humphreys, his polltl-raln-fnll
so heavy as to causo dlfllculty , "al elimination, nnd with him for nil
with wires properly guarded. time now and forever one and Insepar-
sr able the annihilation of every new-
From the reports Issuing fiom the comer who finds their oligarchy tin
llupld Transit olllce It appeals that '
company Is pleased with the outlook.
This Is giatlfylng as It shows' mutual
kutlsfactlon between the service and Its
patrons. The only exception Is thn
inun who wants to smoke and even ho
li to be provided for.
. vldual Is snpcrlor to the law; that Mr.
Attorney General knox g report onljOIUg niny ho Bum of come,,,, of
the thlrty-seven does not offer even lourti bllt Gen nnrtwell cannot. Wnsh
the suggestion of a peg for the Thurs- ll!gton repIes mt ,.T,1C lnsuUng nffl.
Ionian patriots to hang their hats on.idinU (ln qucgton) ttng wlloly unne.
"Good government" as expounded by,ceMary nm ,,innly n enter.,, of
the Dole-Thurston combination has at , cnllrt Tliat tlle prooflt (lo not sll0W
last been properly defined by an offl- lat the mpoiiton of le senirnQB
elal high In the esteem of the Nation. ., .. intpn.nnni ,lllllBB ,,, ,,, ,,i.
Superintendent Boyd has gone over
fire swept llamakua In the thorough
manner that marks all his work, ll Is
gratifying to know that the lire Is
well under control, but there will ever
n fll,w. .,rnn,.,lmr ,,Uln
that much of. the damage wi ought f1 h' ' position twenty-fold; placed
eould have been prevented hud the gov- 1'lm w'tn ."' ftloii of tho Attorney
emment taken aggressive steps at tho Ie''e'" "' t,le "nlted States upon n s
first outbreak. At nil events the peo- lmI't'1lal ad8 wcl ,n"c.1'1 "8 ,", Possible
pie should see to It that the men wlio'cai',lll,lnt,0 ("r " Jilslier position; nip
have spent time and money to save P"1 1,,e budding hopes of that carefully
public property are fully reimbursed by cherished candidate for t..e Governor
the Legislature. I ship. Mr. Cooper; effectually ventilated
m oer their own signature the extraordl-
Tliomas W. Lnwson Indulged In a iinry political methods current here
little sweet revenge the other day by
making a statement for the benellt of
tlle New York Yacht Club' containing
this expression: "I believe the Inde
pendence could win a great majority
of races against the Constitution, and
as she has Joined the 'lumber hook
ers." why not let her sail over the cup
course against the Independence." It
Is not likely the New Yorkers will al
low their defunct Constitution to sail
within a hundred miles of the Inde
pendence but they can't upset the gen
eral public sentiment that there Is
more true sportsmanship in Lawson
than tlie whole New York Yacht Club
BE A MANt NOT A WHINER.
The Bulletin agrees with Working
man that the Golden Rule does not
figure In finance. We do not believe I)
will until "Vie mlllerilum arrives and
that happy period Is not In sight.
Worklngman's conclusions read very
much like a Kansas stump speech dur
ing the Populist craze. Much that he
says Is true, but It Is not true that true
worth, strong character and steadfast
Integrity can be held In check for any
continuous period by favoritism or i.ic
power of wealth. The man who cries
"Everybody Is against me" and gives
up the fight Is not worthy of particular
preferment. Such men do not' make
the world move. They simply whine
nnd hang on to the fag end: "Do what
your hands find to do nnd do It wlfh a
will" carries men to success In spite
of any and all odds that may be
against the one struggling to make his
way, The man who feels badly he
cause he Is not given as much "social
recognition" as another who snIU
nlong easily through the blessings of
birth or money. Is an ass. The highest,
social position on God's green earth Is
the position of a man who by Integrity
of purpose and steadfast endeavor
slrciws that ho respects himself and thus
commands the respect of ullhonest men from coming to California? Nothing
nnd women. The social position of that wo know of. Under the late decl
wenltfi or relationship Is the most hoi- slon of tho Supremo Court there Is
, low nnd silly creation that exists, Let nothing to exclude them. True. Con
the man strive to bo a man, In the gress may, under this decision, pass a
'highest sense of the word and he can law to exclude them. But will Con
snap his fingers at false position as- gress do so? We fancy that California
umed by the society of wealth. will have all the work she wants get-
. ? -I
ANNIHILATED BY THEIR OWN
The proposition "That the I!nr As
sociation of llawnll attempt to reverse
the recent decision of the Attorney
General of the United States In the
rase of the Honolulu Itnr Association
Against Judge llumplircjs by endeavor
ing to show tho above named member
of President Roosevelt's Cabinet that
he has been hoodwinked," Is distinctly
rcfrcslUng. We leave It for the Main
land press call "Insular."
Apropos of the recent decision wc
nre reminded of the familiar legend of
the cheerful attempt of the bull wlu
tried to butt the train of the track.
The sage epitaph pronounced by the
farmer upon the tangle of horns, hair
and heels which was nil that was left
of his valuable bull. "I ndmlro your
courage, but 1 can't honor your Judg-
mcnt." must olce the sentiment of
friend and foe alike of that misguided
representation of the Bar Association
I ho have been so dismally and de
servedly turned down by the recent
decision. However, horns, hair and
heels have a certain market value at
the bone yards. But the reputation
fiom which "falrmlndedncss," "court
eous lojalty to the dignity of tho bench
and the court," "legal Integrity."
"fidelity to their high calling as mem
bers of the bar," has been eliminated
? ,ln? n,B"cal ,,CKal onK,al ' l,lu
l ",tet statCB:. l,0e8 0' lenvc .lllc rp-
l pint or inc uuriy-sevcn moniucra oi
j tlit' Bar Association of Honolulu pre
cisely fnorablc In Inviting confidence
i at home or nbroad, and somewhat ills
qualifies them from showing up the
wcak ralm,C(,n(.8g of tlle AtuIrney Gpn.
. ,,.,,, ..!. .., . i,i..
Doubtless no combination of condl-
.in. r ,, .itimtlnnK. Invnlvlni? l,v .11
rect excctvc Interference the admin-
cei-,ittraton nml ny signatures so many
representative men of the old regime
could have been conjured up bo well
portraying the essential features of the
political situation In Hawaii as does
the evidence pro and iton In tne case
of the Honolulu Bar Association
against Judge Humphreys.
The prlntcpals. in the petition to re-
move Thurston, Hartwell Kinney nnd
Ballon seek therein Justification for
their unparalleled contempt of court
and for the Irregular Interference In
their behalf of Acting Governor Cooper
In reversing within un hour the action
of the court In an attempt to sustain
Its dignity, thereby reducing the trans
action of the court of justice and thi
ac"on of the regular coilrse of the law
iinlmely American Institution,
As the fltst pitched battle between
the foices of the old oligarchy and tli4
Americans In tho experience of i..e
Territory, the lesult beiomcs of his
torical and national Interest. Acting
Gocrnor Cooper rules that the Imll-
ctetlon Imposed by Judge Humphreys."
Launched us a "boomerang," whlcli
should effectually annihilate Jiulgo
Humphreys, It has established that
gentleman's reputation for tinblemish
HllCSNiy ill llHIlingllin, BUCnglll-
nnd the persecution which the Intoler
ant suportcrs of the Dole regime
mete out to a competitor for honor or
The "boomerang" has given Humph
reys a tremendous push to the fore,
and put the local administration and
the Bar Association In their proper
light before the thoughtful people of
8EN8BLE68 VIBW ON FILIPHSO
The New American.
The San Francisco Argonaut usuilly
level headed. Is lamentably Ignorant of
the Filipino character. It pretends tu
fear that the Filipino laborers will
overrun Hawaii and that thence this
class of "workmen" will Invade the.
United Statea nnd endanger tl..) ,'u
ployment of American labor.
In the Argonaut of July I'. nppr,uj
"The second part of the Aigonaut's
forecast Is now about to come to past
The dispatches say that Hawaiian em
ploying Interests have requested per
mission from tho United States Gov
ernment to land a ship load of Fili
pino laborers In Hawaii. We do not
see how the United States Govern
ment can refuse that permission.
Even If it could refuse permission to
Import laborers from any of the Isl
ands to the Mainland which Is doubt
ful It can scarcely refuse permission
to carry laborers from one Island .0
another. In fact it has already sanc
tioned this by permitting the migration
of laborers from Porto Rico to Hawaii,
There Is no reason why the Filipinos
may not work to advantage on the su
gar plantations of Hawaii. They are
the only American citizens who can
work In that ctlmatc, In our opinion
If Hawaii bo annexed to California, or
even If It be not annexed, what Is tn
prevent Filipino laborers In Hawaii
ling rjongrcss to pats a new law to ex
clude the Chinese. If California think
she can get Congress to pass n law
excluding our Filipino lellow-citizens
whom wc hnvti annexed at such a cost
of blood and treasure well, let Cali
The Idea of an Invnslon of Filipino
labor either Into Hawaii or the United
States proper Is the subllmest absurd
ity. The Ideu that the Filipino will
work nnywheie can be engendered only
In the minds of people who have no
conception whatever of the Filipino
"In the piping times of peace." Thn
Filipino will not work. Their own
country 'will never be developed unless
labor can be brought from China or
elsewhere to reclaim the sugar lands,
to seed nnd gather hemp nnd to fell
nnd work up the very valuable timber
lands. The Filipino Is net a worker,
ah the Americans here have learned
quit o too often In road building and on
other public enterprises.
Hne no fenr of the Filipino "labor
ing man." He doesn't exist; he Is a
In addition to his disinclination to
work, the Filipino will not lenvc ills
home his family, his fighting cocks,
Ills lazy and happy-go-lucky life. Few
will consent to go from one province
to ariother nnd It Is very rnrely innt a
Filipino woman can be Induced to
leave her native village, even to nc
company her husband.
If the Honolulu planters should
finally be able to Induce a ship load of
them to go to Hawaii ns "laborers on
sugar plantations" they would regret
their move within two months.
GOOD WII10F CANADA
From the Montreal(Canada)Wltness.
A hopeful world that for n week has
welcomed every word of cheer from tho
sick room, heard the sad news this
morning of the end. President McKIn
ley died nt a quarter past 2 o'clock.
Surglcft'l science had done all that
eould be done nfter the President was
struck down. Hope was held out that
he would recover. Examples were
given of others who had been similar
ly wounded, nnd their recovery traced
In order to show how hopeful the Pres
ident's case was. The news yesterday
morning left little room foj- hope, how
ever, as the vitality of the already
overworked man seemed to have been
sapped by some unexplained cause, but
which probably already wasted energy
prior to the shock from snooting might
account for. Scenes and Incidents of
the painful week have shown that the
heart of the world beat faster In sym
pathy with the suffering nnd anxious
wife and with the agonized Unlte.1
States, the dispatches making all, even
til the ends of the earth, acquainted
with the conJItlon of the President a
few moments after It was stated by the
doctors. Sorrow Is great In Canada,
nnd flags nre at half-mast that would
have been floating high In welcome to
the coming prince of Britain's Imperial
line, whose fleet Is announced In tnu
same moment that the wires tell of the
death of the President. It Is the bitter
diop In Canada's cup of Joyfulness that
our most regretful and most sympa
thetic word must be spoken to the
United States Just as we extend the
hand of welcome to our prince. The
prnycr will go forth that the God i.f
our fathers may sustain the people of
the United States In the crisis put upon
them by a foul deed that His conso
lation will be with the widow nnd fa
mily of Mr. McKlnloy.
Mr. Roosevelt Is now President nnd
has the good wishes of all men. HI
life has been t(o strenuous a one per
haps to suggest that dignity which the
world looks for nt such n crisis. But
Roosevelt Is nn unusually strong and'
right minded man, and tne greatness
of the responsibility which has fallen
upon him will confer upon him the
enlmnpss nnd majesty which belong to
the Imperial position. It Is singular
how often the United States has been
called to accept as PrOstdent one who
was not chosen to that ofllce. It Is
sixty years since the flrst Harrison
Survived his Inauguration only a month
and was succeeded by Tyler. General
Taylor reigned n year and gave place
to Fllmore, Lincoln had but entered
on his second term when the pistol of
Booth handed his mantle over to An
drew Johnson. In like manner Chester
Arthur took up the task which Gar
Held had been so well chosen to fulfill.
And again In like manner "Teddy
Roosevelt" now succeeds to the purple,
and we are greatly mistaken If he does
not add glory to the Presidency.
.Montreal (Canada) Witness.
Chlcaro, Sept. Jfi. Congressman
Henry S. Boutell this afternoon, ut
a meeting In tho Union I.eagno Clu'i,
spoke on the advisability or asklni:
President Roosevelt to Issue n procla
mation calling upon the people who
are now expressing deep sorrow for
the loss of the nation's great execu
tives to contribute to a national monu
ment to tho martyred McKInley, Tli-
rail brought out Instant appioval from
every citizen who heard tho appeal
Furthor dUcusslon developed tho Idvn
that tlie memorial should take tho
frrm of an arch In Washington city.
In order that the movement might I v
a national one. President Volney W
Foster wns authorized to appoint a
committee, representing people ouw
side of Chicago, to assist In the work
of talslng funds lor the arch. Airions:
those suggested for places on the com
mittee nre Lyman Gnge. William J
Biyan and Former President Grovci
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPFICE LANE.
. Si MMMMmAmMAAM m
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
Hot ttiile by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These goods were ordered from advance
sheets of the ratnloiue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he loooo feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us to.coo ft. mere, making
TWENTY TII0U8AND FEBT.
We have 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
"OLVMPIC," for sale at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea.
Paul K. iBcnhcrg,
CHAS. F. HERRICK
VEHICLES AND HARNESS
which we are selling at prices that
the same quality. Come and lork
you ootn in price ana quality, we shall not expect you to buy.
-' -li"".- Vjfl
IScrctnnln St.. next
'Phone Main 3S8.
f A 1-fT T
1179 River Street.
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.
ifjJ JrFu V
C. F. Herrlck,
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
We are showing a very
carefully selected line of
vehicles anj h:irnt.
cannot be discounted anywhere for
at these goods. If we cannot suit
after biiBlueRS Is just what wo aru.
in order to make the public of Ho
nolulu our friends In business we aio
going to give tbem a cnance to save
Our entire line of 1901 patterns of
wall paper will, ho sold at 3 1-3 per
We must have room nt once tor
our 11)02 stoclt which Is now on tho
to corner of Emnui.
p. o. Box 833.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Bcrctunlii and Puunlil.
P. O. Box 078.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
' Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
oppoHltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hlre'a Root
Beer. Cream Soda. Wllrf r.hrru n,.
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa-
ma, vaniiia rearn, Lemon, dinger
Ale. Annfa Clrinr. Plnnnt D.i.k
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
inn ogfll locKiaus.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Cor.,
greas, Lithla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer. Vlehv and Pun nlalltlH u.
ter from the Barnstead 8111, Boston,
ior lamuy and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Wiltr. Mir n...
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
Is steadily gro' ' v favor among
neOUlO Who nnr.. - SA trnml tlilmvo
nnd Is rapidly becoming the favorite
CARBONATED BY THE
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agts. Tor tho Territory of Hawaii.
Office nnd Works, C01 Kort nnd Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Wntpr. etc.. delivered free to
all parts of the city. Island. orders so
Opening Announcement I
All Orders Promptly Filled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Member Stock und Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention glren to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugai
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
Sun FrnnclBCo, Cal.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
JFFICE. 10 West Kino Strefi
Tq, Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol ,and Keaumoku Sts.
The- house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND im BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain.
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P.O. Boi l to
Geo. W. Page.
F. W. Ueardslee.
P. O. Box 778
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen Sb RobtriMon,
. Queen Street, Honolulu,
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
IS - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
Or Office at John N-ntf tnr Kino
street, will receive prompt attention.
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told yon
about us nnO If you haven't !
ready begun to trade with us
you are wishing you were.
We will not advertise sugar.
canned goods or cookies this
week because wo keep every
thing In the grocery line, but
the inducements we offer ara
But most people are not
worrying about It.
They ju$t buy on: of our
desk or celling fans and
keep cool. That' what you
should do. The cost Is very little
In compailson to the amount of
comfoityou will get from them.
PrlccH-DESK FANS, $10.00
CEILING " 40.00
Telephone Muln 380.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bcrgstroffl Music Company
f OMENS EXCHANGE
314 FORT ST.,
A Has tho Dest Assortment of
PACIFIO ISLAND CURIOSl
in the City.
FRESH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.