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EVHNINO nUI.LfcTIN. HONOLULU. H. T SATUUDAY.'OGTODER 5, 1001.
rnbllihed Every Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II.. by tha
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WALLACE It. FAimiNOTON... Editor
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Post Ofllco Bo ,
onOIlEll ., 1901.
Jlnj It lietrue Hint tltn. A S, Hurt
veil has in) designs upon th' Muilur
Tin rreitlon of a UuIMIhk fur the
pitimratur deiartment within tliv
Oahu College- compound ccne's to
nmnd nut and plan- the college- In
pohltlcm to better fiilllll Its uilnaiiui.
Judge- Little Ik to auppl) Chief -Ins-tlee
Fre-ai s place mi tli' Supreme
licmli until thv lattci letiinm fium lit
wio.itlem Justice Krear might do will
to i'tcnd the term of his mat Ion tilp.
I mid tlii- dlre-tllon of Proslili nt
Mitxton tfiiiitu Oaliu C'llci;r . unili,!
stewlllj forward. with nerj detail
iromlBliiK Hint the Institution will up-
p-iueh more iietirlj tbp I uwil cliirii
of n coIIfkc rather tlian n pmiiu-citli-m.
Attorney Kinney Is reported to hau'
said hi would as soon practice law In
hell as In Judge Humphreys' iiiurt. It
Is to bo hoped Mr Kinney will not al
low his future umrso be fine Judgr
Humphreys to furnish uu example- foi
tin next world.
When the Amerlin won the cup
the Queen asked what boat wus sec
oud and ricded the niiswri, "Tberu
Is iiP'heeiiiid" Wliateur Is said of
Urlttsb Inability to lift tho cup. It l
eortalii that l.lpton will not be-as far
behind as Urltlsh dife-ndeis of yeura
'I hi- Mossinan rale In the District
Court this morning shows beyond the
pciadwntiiic of u doubt that the ulil
eattonal or lualtli authorities must ex
crclse gi eater care That a child oiuo
ni clnatud by the family physic urn
should be furcid to undergo the ordeal
In the school room Is nothing more in
less than an outrage.
There are lessons of pence lu the re
cent scrimmage of tho Tliurstou-l)ol
administration agilnst Humphreys. If
Ihurston. like Boers and Flllplniu
doesn't know enough to know when he
Is licked, be will find the American
forces In this Totrltor, lemly to light
at all times. And they will r, In The
day has passed when the Ameilean
dtUens of this Terrltmy wl'l be luov
beaten by a malicious mlno.lty. If It
i light Thurston wants lir will get II
to tlie finish. Each and otery mote,
to destroy Americanism and we akin
pally loyalty has been made by the
Dole-Thiirston combination, t'ntll that
nggre Mtlcin shows some signs of bury
lug the hatchet and showing some n
gnrd for the welfare of the Territory,
there will lie no let up In the bitter
lolltleal warfare marking Hawnll's
career since It became pnit and purici
of the I'nltcd States. As sure as there
Is a (bid in hciiten. ti lit It. Justice and
tho majority will rule In nils' Territory
If followers of the Thurston dnitilne
nrc- not willing to tucopt this truism
of an American goternniint tbeie art
plenty of examples In history to show
them where they will land.
A TIIUR8TONIAN liXIIIIHT.
Tliuiston's dally slander comes out
this morning with this statement:
"Since the notorious Humphteys be
g.in to pack Juries for the Injuiy of
people he could not control or hud re.t
hon to dislike." The campaign for
Judge Humphreys' ritnotul serted the
purpose of proting to the Attorney
Ceneral and Ameriiaiis generally what
good reason the people of Hawaii havo
for despising Thurstou, his political
personality, his gaug and his tnitlts
This charge that Humphreys "packed
Juries" was Included In the array ot
Innuendo allidntlts tiled by tblily-sev
in members of the liar Association
wlch a view to securing Humphrey?
removal. Attorney General Knox ra
xlewtd this charge with enre nnd ttroto
In his report to the President:
"There Is not u scintilla of testimony
to show that Judge Humphreys hid
any thing to do with the solution of the
grand jury. Tho charge U
based so entirely upon tague suspilim
mid unfair Innuendo as to nicilt re
buke." If thu first charge was so utterly
without foundation of truth what Is to
be said of this lepctltlon contained In
Thurston's paper "Slnie the notorlop
Humphreys began to pack Juilis." Hut
one honest conclusion can he i eat bed
It Is that Thurston Is unrelenting In
his endeavor to degrade tho courts of
Justice. In this Territory and prostitute
them for his own private purposes lie
seeks by oftrepeatlng to establish as
truth what has been binnded by tho
Attorney (Itneral, and known to he
nn Infamous Ho,
To the people of this eTnltoiy tbeie
i- nothing new in strungu In this faith
lessness to the high Hilling of detent
citizenship. It Is the old time, well
established custom and mitliod of the
Thurston school of politicians It does
furnish the material for a new awaken
Ing, to realisation of the facts of tho
Hawullni situation, for Washington
nlllclalg and thn American people it
large. It Is cunt lining etldouie that
the Thurston ring suppgitlng tint Ooln
administration Is rt.ulj to, uud docs
Indeed when opportunity oifire, tr.i
cluio and defy honest citizenship to
t-erte any malicious personal end.
Is there any cause fortnndcr that
Hawaii calls for an American got em
inent with Integrity to the broad prln-t-
pies of our Nation us 1U guiding
Power. ,,. k ...,, . .
WHY WORKINUMUN DRINK.
Why do workltigniiu patronize tlw
saloons, why do they drink?
An answer Is glien to this much dls
Hissed question by Hen George I.. Mc
N'utt writing for the Outlook. It l
brlell) put that the saloons offer com
forts not found elsewhere. Wlinlslri
added forte to Mr. McXutt's state
incuts Is that be spoiks from expert
me He has been n worklngtuan auA
was at one time a dltih digger In 1'hll
nilclplila He tells the story fium per.
tonal knowledge. He knows how the
n.iloon appealed to blm uud eltos scv
tral Instance's fium his dlttb illggluif
life that should be ie.nl by all men
i.oiklng to ae others froti the evil
"One raw, wlntir i1.it wo a gang of
half a hundred of mute nondescript no
bodies wore digging n gns ditch pant
two of the city's churches. The mlnlJ
trs paused and wutcbad us, ronsclous,
I'm sure, of the gulf fixed that separ
ates man (the priest) from man (tha
unknown dltcbdlgger). At noon, lold
mid wit, many ut the men ate thelt
ln-nxj dinner on the steps of the
iliuri.li With others I wmt uutown
The familiar slgu 'Nlco hot lunc.li. I
tin nil day,' bad n most alluring effeit
to the man with the spade, ihllled to
the bone. If onVy wine one had thought
to hao bad rraiy on the steps, or In-
tide. In the ihuili Kitchen, steaming
hot coffee 'Ilk mother used to.make.'
at iot but that's unnthei epiesllon " I
Another expcrliiKO Is glen of whin
the laliurer McNutt was In Clliilunntl
It was a wlntir's Satuiday night,
Coming down John street from Wist
Cincinnati I was so tlnd that 1 felt 1
must lent What iiiiild I do? do Into
u grocery or dry goods store and sit
down? 'Wbat'II you Iinc7 'I want
rest.' '(let out! this Is no trump
roost' llrown duck or hoilden-giay
asking it faor brands tho wearer as a
tiaiup. Should I sit on the itirbstane
or gci oer lu the park? Hut Jack Frost
was uniomforUibly familiar that night.
Joined n dill). I dropped into u i hair
ly the stOM' and slept No one shook
mo with un exasperating, unsocial
'lilou- mi After u half hour of sleep 1
Minted up rofieshod, paid my dub dues
of r e cuts nt the bar. and got a glass
of soda thrown in. For ?."00 men Join
FXcluslM' political uud social dubs on
the a runes of tho metropolis. For $3
nnd up some men Join Young .Men's
Christian Association dubs. For ."
lints the multitude of men. whom only
Rod uud the saloon keeper and tho
wnid buss know, nightly Join tho one
democratic dub In Ameiiiau life the
A merle a n saloon."
Agnln In Italtltuoro be shows what
Sunday offers to the woiklugmaii
'Many worklngmcu aic homeless 1o
these the acrago American Sunday
nnd liotlday Is some thing awful toeon-
t''" 'ate. The last two bundays and
Chilstmns of the old cintury my boys
and I will neter forget. We were lnl,un "ays necuuse u was iiosslhlo lor
Baltimore a charming nhun for so-i"1 '. " "'"pruted, wcnthliss cioatuia
etc ty folk and uegrois u place to be
(limine d by a white man eccklng com
mon labor and inilng to hn sober "on
Sunday. 1 made a determined search
for an attr.cetlte place, not for club
members only but for pliln men. T
failed I questioned policemen uud
philanthropists without atall I final
ly found a lellglom reading room
(tripped, for saciedness's sake, of all
magazines and papers like the Youth's
Companion. 1 had Just found nu nr
tide by Dr. Chidden that I wanted to
lead, when I was e ailed on to e boose
I etwee n going Into n lellglous met ting
oi going out on tlie stiect. 1 chow the
street It t;as a relief when idee p mme
'n that little Ix room of the lodging
house, bringing siiricuse from tho sor
row of being n mere speck, a nobody,
in a model n Christian city on Sunday
Christmas, the Tuesday following, was
worse than Sunday The saloons wcru
blight with holly uud C'cl.ir iluglng
with music nnd laughter Is anyune
surprised to know that the saloon"
ueici cinttdcd with woiMugmcii. sail,
ms, nystermeii, factory-men. rough foi
lows, quite na'tiiiully, with a fair'shuiu
but no monopoly of total e'epratlty?
Out on the hills there were) fcastlmr
and music- and laughter und reunions.
My honor of tho city norklngman's
fiundny has been Intensified by later
experience In tho tenement house life
uf Oreater New York.
"My 15-year-old boy says: 'I inn
stand anything but Sunday: that Is
something fierce.' "
No Intelligent man can fall to grasp
tlm diagnosis of the uiko given by thr
Ret ei end McNutt.
I Hllti Tribune.)
The vindication of Judge Humphrey
cannot be a surprise to any one who
knows the- man, who knows what ho
has accomplished aa Judge of Hie First
Clicult (Joint at Honolulu mid who
Miows what Judicial Integilty means In
America, Judge Humphteys has not
only heen vindicated from c lunges too
1 in rile, to hate originated anywhcic
else than In Honolulu, hut he hus'beeu
commended for nil o coinage nnd gloat
ability, which had It been displayed on
tin- battle field among men liiMcad uf
upon the bench In the midst of lawyeis.
would have- won foi Mm piomotlou and
distinguished praise, ,
It Is time fur Honolulu to sober up.
The onlookeis, who hate seen tho be
ginning and the end of this abortive
effort to assasHlifato tho Judicial ch.n
nrter of lodge Huinphieys, linte plenty
or fond for thought Jf there Is any
title sense lift In that lamp mt town,
lion Is the time feu It to find Its equlll
biliim That city Is iindci tho Ameil
t .ill fiag, but Its Inhabitants rule them
selves like tho denizens of an outpost
in bedlam. It Is time for Noirie to
eoik his tltilol. It Is time for Thins
ton to run a sanitary sewei thiough
the Adtertlsei, the f'.ar should go on
in Its unknown orbit, the Republican
should put n steel blanket on its cylin
der puss tor obvious purposes nnd tho
Bulletin should decide Its baseball con
test Tbo Bai Association should pass
u resolution that Its membeis um to
take up tho ii attic n of law and Judge
Humphreys should hasten homu to
help Judge dear wrestle with that ton
The people should begin to x-astltate
the food for tliought, which Is go abun
dant In Honolulu that It Impedes traf
fic In the streets.
The Aehertlscr snjs there Is to be
more light against Huniplirejs and Im
parts1 with a sickly Bnillo the iheerful
news that there Is a chnuce jot to hno
the thorn In Its flesh rcmoed for
cause Evidently then, all prclous
efforts hno been Insed on sham and
pretense. The animus of the attack I
upon Humphrcjs ought soon to boi
plainly lslble to tneiniblle, cen the!
ultra public which hitherto has lm-
bibed Its political pabulum nfeer filtrn- (
Hon tbipugh the fnttfion shrets of the
Adwrtlsor. It Is this part of tho pub
lic whlih should ask mill answer this I
nmstlon: Is It decency, Is It twen-j
tleth century sense; Is It Amejloan
EngllHli, Seotili. Irish, Oirninn. rrench I
or Chinese puhHe mnrnls; Is It Chris
tian conization, when rich men, I
cliiinh nun and henchmen combine for
tho mowed purpose of drlUng from
the iiiuutiy n man of brains, a man of
rare talents, a man who pajs Ills taxes,
i mini who knows the law and ndiiiln-1
Istors it Justly and fearlessly, n man I
who has heen charged with Infamous
.conduit only to be absolved on ewry
omit by the Department of Jimtleei at
Washington? Is It n ct lilted com-'
nninltj In which business men and'
society will tolerate such n pcrpetuil
assault based on undoing hostility.
PHC8IOHNT UOOahVfcLT'8 THE
ut'l' I UK Wa Y.
iiiijiti)ii ninnuniu mucin. J i
A low ilajs bc-iore Ilic uluiIi ., i
U'le - Hlile nt .Mentuiey on one- of tho-,o
mornings when nonu was hlirno.ii
among tho people ot lit rciowry
Nice President kooscwu w'us on his
way, accompanied by u newspaper cor
lespondoiii, to tin- Miiuurii House,
wiioro the strkkeu-Proslitcnt lay. Just
ntier ho slatted, a colored mail, in
gaged inkluj; a lawn, nirosied him.
T lint which lolloucd is mils describod:
'(lot oritur, may l snalce uancls wiia
you? ho said. ,,
"lou lerinlnly may," uuswured t!io
leo Pri'sldeut, turiiiiig iiuiekly na I
ginsplng his liiind, nuu as two lab. .'
its with diuuer palls and tools sllppe-u
up ho shook nnnds ttitn tncm.
"Alnt you uirald to bo stoppecP
askul one ul ii.e men.
"No, sir,' he snapped out, "and I
bopo no olUdal ot this country w, i
ctcr bo at raid. ou men nie our p,-o
teitlon, ami the fool deed clone on tlm
nltornoon of Friday will only mnhJ
you the mor tlgorous in your protec
tion, or the lltes oi thoso whom yoa
seleit to ohiie. Such men ns you imi
work, through the ballot, tno saltation
of the eouutry wltnout lesoit to ti
No new light Is let In on Pie-side it
Itoosotdt s cliuiactcr by his liank -in
fcarliss answer mnde to tliat plain dt
Iron. Indeed, It is ihaiaiterlstlc ol
tlie man. Hut It more than merely an
swortd tlm worklngmaiib question. U
rouses the nooulo to n sense- of lhe.;r
iesioiislbllliy tor the personal nroteo-
Uon of the Piesident. Shame
as sorrow mid auger, has tilled th
noaus or many men within the past
ns tln a nan hist assassin nut emit- i
assail the life or our Presldiut, but to
bieak down out democratic Instil i
lions by making uecossniy tne cuv.
Hon of u barrier bi'tween the mass ol
Ainei leans uud one of tneli- own num
ber they chose- to piomote- timpoiarily
rrom tho ranks to lule ns Piestdonr.
For that lu effect was the icmeclt that
suggi-sted Itself to most minds. Pub
He- re-e options, It was lonteiulid whcio
tlm President got dovtn among the pNi
pie- nnd shook the hands or bis le Hot;,
dtlze-ns. should be- stopped, however
great tho blow to our pride- tenth, want
or lonfidomc lu the musses must deil.
Illlt Preside lit Roosevelt thinks, fill
fen-ntly. lie- bedlotos tho piotectlnl
of the- life or the- I'li-sldont and or otli
ei oflldnls mils, bo ruinlshed by Un
people t lionised i os. And he is right.
It was neter itallzed be lore-, only be
enuso tint people did not die-am m dt i
gei'to iho nlo or thou Piesident rimu
any enemy of our tin in or gott-inme-ni.
In rutin u It will be- ulffurent. Aft-.
all. the anarchists aiufiut u low, mil
thuy will be- leaver lu tho uatuio u
things as time goes on and real knowl
edge) ol it hut got eminent by, for and
in tno people means spn-uus anion,'
the less Itistruiiod poitlon of our for
eign population. Ileiealter otery hon
est man who appionches tbo Pu-shlon
on any piinllc occasion will turn him
self Into a deteetlte- willing to he.-r
himself so ns to be- above suspicion,
unci determined that others shall bear
themselves In like manner. Instead
uf hair a dozen professional cletectlv
eyes to watch the- President cm pulil-e
occasions, the vigilant eyes oi thoi
sands of patriotic: citizens will sou to
It that his safety Is assured. Abolish
ing public receptions, ut least because
of fear or violence, does not point tie.'
road to safety. Piesident Roosevelt 3
way or trusting to tho people then
selves for piotcetlou is tno better way.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPFICE LANE.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HKXHIQUES, PJJOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or tbo Mountains.
An excellent chance Is otTued (or
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. B. Manna Loa
it Kallua and tako passengers overland
to Hookcna, where the steamer Is met
fc RPAI FV 5inH HIIRRARD
5 UIfcULL. I tfHU IIUOUrlftL
i L A M P S
g PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, Ltd.
These -ods were ordered from advance
sheets of the cahloi-ue of the abote manu
hcturiT. and are the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he toooo feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the "Emily P. Whit
ney" brought us to.ctjoft. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEET.
We hive all grjdes, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
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Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, just recctteJ ia tin
"OL HI'IC," for salt- at the lowest liures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort iintl Alakcn.
I'll II I R. iHcnlicrjt,
CHAS. F. HERRICK
VEHICLES AND HARNESS
which we are selling at prices tlut c.innot be dKcounteJ anywhere for
the same quality. Come and loik at these Roods If we cannot suit
you both in price and quality, we shall not expect you to buy.
. I J jf-
Kei'ctunln St., next
'Phone Main 358.
1170 Itivcp 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 S4I. , l. O. Box 078.
C. F. HerrlcL,
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Wt; are showing a very
carefully selecteil line of
ehiclei .111 J li.irnH.
LOOKING FOR A NEEDLE
IN A BAY STACK
Ik tlm liiclUlcliial who trli'H to
Und Kii'utm' burnalns In VaI
Paper tlinii e- mu uRVrlng nt
tho piiHout time.
Our i'IiIIik llnu oi 1001 Roods
Ih otTi'le-el ut 1! I 1 3 per cent lei
eluitleiii unit iniirtt tie bold linmo
clliiti'ly to inuKi! loom for tli
uli'Kunt lino of VMi ruocIh lrji
on tlm way.
Our Ait Minn can and HIlic
Tapehtry cffpetH for the now noi
mmi will iiHtonlHli tlm Kond people
of tn.K illy.
to ciipiicp of Iwiunii.
P. O. Box 833.
MRG CO., Ltd.
liet. liei'etnutu mill I'liunlil.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND iN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE AHtRCHANTS.
22? Queen St. , Honolulu. H. I
uppoHltcvthe U. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AISD IN HOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Dinger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raipberry, Strawberry, Sartapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktalli.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad. Con
yrets, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Tin? pin it Julie1 of tin iinipe
fruit, cHioomitnl unl ti)
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Seilo Ase'iit fur Tcrrltor (
IhI.iiuI OTllPIK Hlllllltl'd.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAN.
. BETHEL STRBET
All Orclci-H tponittly IMIIccl.
HENRY ST. GOAIt.
McinlicPH Stuck nnd Honel
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugaj
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 CulUornln St.,
Sun Frunclrtcu. Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts ot the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 West King Strkii
To 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 STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKE!
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain.
J. F. KILEY
Hoffman & Riley
GbNbHAL CONTK ACTORS
J' O Bo 1(0
V O. Box 778
Geo. W. Page.
F. W. Ucardilee.
BEARD8L.EE Sr PAOE
ArchltectH nnd BullilerH.
Ofllce, Itoorts 24, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Qu6en Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for lirlrlt and wooden ttillingfi, nisi
Office and residence. 312 Queen 3t.,;
near Government building.
M. P. BERTEL-JWAINS
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office) at John Nott's store, King
street, will receho prompt attention.
eniiHtuntly arihlnc l.ee'prt our
ehtiilillnlmiont always In wthe i
Your neighbor hau tolel ou
iiliout um unci If ,iiu Imwu't al
leady Iii-ruii to trade with us
.Mm lire wltliliiK ou we're.
We will not HiUeTtliej micjar,
e uiinewl Roods or cooKIch thin
eei'K lii'iniikc) wo leee-p eiei.
tliliiK In tliu sroiciy line, hut
thu InilucoiueiitH p ottvr are
Leading Grocers. .
But most people are not
worrying about It.
They just buy out of our
desk or celling fiinttand
keep cool. That's what you
should do. The cost U very little
In comparison to the amount of
comfoit you will get from them.
THY ONI .
Pi'lcen-DISK FANS, I&IG.00
CEILING " 40.00
Telephone Mjiln .'JJIO.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
."N I rJ.