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EVENINO BULLkriN. HONOLULUMI. .T THURSDAY, OCT. 10. 1901.
Pabllshod BTcry Day Eicept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE II. FARRlNdTOtf... Editor
Entered at the Pot Ofllce at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Per month, anywhere In C S....I .73
Per year, anywbero la U. 8...". 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office Box T1S
THURSDAY OCTOI1HII 10, 1001,
Thurston says Humphreys is nil
lmposter becauso he "posed" ns a
United States Judge. Thurston has n
great deal to learn.
When dollars nro as scirco us tho
proverbial hen's teeth the addition of :i j
llood of bogus coin to we circuiai-
Ing medium adds Insult to Injury.
According to tho order of the High
Sheriff putting an end to the Agncw
Kox boding contest, politicians will
coutlnuc to have n nonopoly on local
Tho Thurston slander organ crawls
on Its belly In praying for the mcrcj ,
. t . 1-l.m.... l.nm t lllifliil Tl.n
of Mr. Lishman whom It llbcied. Tho
organ may cower and cringe; It can
never regain public respect.
President Roosevelt's proposal
thoroughly investigate tho admlnlstrn.
tlon of this Territory meets with such
wide spread approval here that thcro
ought not to be much trpublc la carry
ing It out.
Once tho work Improving Pearl Har
bor is well started there will bo no
let-up until the Federal Government
has completed one of (no tlncst naval
stations of .the world. This means
millions of dollars for Hawaii.
Judgo Humphreys has made no
charge against the Dole administration
not supported by secret agents of Id-j
eral departments. The outcomo of the ,
Humphreys fight served only to change
the Impression of Federal oflleers to a
Wlii-ther Sir Thomas nets tho cun or 1
not ho will succeed In giving the Am- j
erlcan defender builders the greatest mmciiiiy, man mo niero assertions o;
run for their money they ever enjoyed. ' "elfish clique s. Cloo on Its heels fol
compaicd with the present struggle for ,0W',,J ,he session of tho Legislature
the cup every contest of previous years wIlcn the Executive department show
lias been a procession.
ll apiiriuB we .auS uici u. ..ut..u ,nck f ,),, or nte,lt , n(,copt ,
troops occurred in a dlrtrlct that Spain 0UV0H mani,t0 ,)f tilc ,)01,ular voice,
never had the fortitude to attempt to TIle Exmitlve poUcy of n,,a or rnlu
parlfy. Thero is sonic consolation In wn, cicar cut throughout the.dellbcra
thls but It serves to btrengthen tho Ini. tfun , tnp i,.R8iutvc I)0(,y nnil for tho
prcsslon that Uncle Sam has a century' ,yI0 ,elnB BOcn)e(, ,)osgli,Io t( ntl,
lopg Job on his hands In Amerlcnnlzlnc probaMn that' Its pbllcy of so enrng
th'o Philippines. I, tho reptesentntlrts of tho people
' o't to cnuso them tn entirely- Joko their
The Episcopal convention now In i heads would be successful,
session promises to settle the dllQctil-l Brunk with nielr apparent success
tics of the Hawaiian church for all "gainst the Leglslatuie tho local ad
lime. If this promise is not fulfilled ministration forces carried their war
the delegates will have signally fulled 1"' ' courts. The samo policy of
in their duty. Peace can never reign hectoring tho court In a manner In
here until tho church Is put on a sound .
Ten thousand sovereigns Intended
for tho payment of lln lsh troops fight
ing American colonists havo been un
earthed. The" best use to which this
money can now lie put Is to erect a
monument to commemorate tho good
will now existing between the United
States and Its former enemy.
Tho Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
cannot be too prompt In making prep
arations lor tho St. Louis Exposition.
Tho great trouble, with' Hawaii's ex
hibits has ever been 'that our people
wait till the last minute only to find
they have time for getting together a
very unsatisfactory display.
President Roosevelt endorses the re
buke given Thurston and the Immortal
thirty-six of the Bar Association, by
Attorney General Knox. Thurston'
Blander campaign has baen shot full
of holes and blown up with dynamite.
If he wants another dose of the same
thing he should keep up his present
! cal temple hnvo posed, has been knock
No further delay should bo allowed rd Into smithereens and the Dole ad
In forwarding that affidavit thnt Rev. j ministration stands beforo the people
8. E. lllshop Is a regularly ordained for Just what It Is worth a romblna-
pastor nnd not a lay reader as stated In
Judge Humphreys' brief. This with
Humphreys "posing ns a United States
Judge" Is the principal evidence In
Thurston's "contention that tho Judge
Is a liar.
President Roosevelt's is the best
way. Depend on the sound sober senBO
.v n( luyui ciuceuH iu email uui uuuitu
and protect their Chler Executive from
the murderer. Sweeping laws ran only
i; oompllcr'e the situation and make for
foul mouthed enemies of law and order
, a kind ot martyrdom on wnicn tn;y
'feei ;ad grow fat.
According to all accounts Admiral
Schley's loop wus not as bad n propo-
.y'sltlon ns many have tried to mako out.
wnetner good or oau it is to tie 11 oped
above all else that tho findings of the
v bonrd of Inquiry will be accepted as
final and the war of words forever
stopped. Tho' shower of vilification
fiom both sides has become nauseating.
No effort of President Roosevelt's
1 M rltnlrt f otea I tnn will lia nfiilfilmd tvltli
t? "... " ............ ......
j, more intense interest, man nis deter
mination to mako Inroads on tlio
strongholds of the solid South, It Is
tdellcato task ho has on hand on ac
count of the difficulty he will have la
deallng with the color line problem
which Is the corner stone of Southern
MAKE THE MEMORIAL UelUL.
Appropriate memorials ,to the late
President McKlnlcy nro a leading topic
of tlio hour. In nearly .every,' State and
Territory, of the Union. Tho people of
the District of Columbia suggest a
special memorial arch in the-brldgo
across the Potoma'c. The general
sentiment throughout the Nation fa
vors the erection of memorials having
valno beyond tho artistic effect of the
monumental pile. Tho monument Is
not to bo condemned but how much
better Is tho structure wnlch serving as
n mcmort.il has an every day valuo to
tho community. I
Alexander Yoitni; and his associate
set n splendid example when, In mov
ing to erect a memorial to the late
Queen Victoria they planned a hospt
tnl. A monument In one of the public
cnunrcs would have been appropriate,
but how much more enduring Is the cs
Ubllshment of nn Institution that will
L dally ninl hourly bring homo to the
pcoplo tho lovely characteristics of a
woman whom thp whole civilized world
held In th" highest esteem.
The Ilullctln would suggest that
those active In the monment to erect
Hawaiian memorial to William Me.
Klulry tilm their efforts to some such
IN ITS TIH1E LIGHT.
How have the mighty fallen.
Tor seven long years has tho Dole
administration posed before tho pulflle
n creator and administrator of inn
"best government on rarin." Any pro
.., ,im, t,rt i,nA hn.ii .i-n
tJ; of tho .. M. , t t,
"Ins," tho expression of selfish greed
for ofllce. It has been possible for tho
priests of the local government tcmpV
to make good their claims to a monop-
oly on all that Is good or capable In
government, and establish the conten
tion that tho discontent It not disgust
for their methods was-confined to it
very small portion of the community.
This has been possible because officials
of the Mainland had no occasion, nor
took tlie.trouble to look Into the facts
of tho situation.
Hut times have changed.
With annexation this cause for Indif
ference was removed. The local ofllclal
circle rode Into power on tho strength'
of their falso assumptions, but Federal
officials by tho changed status of the
Islands were brought Into close touch
with tho Powers that Rule and tho
fnc(B wor( foicctl upon them ns each
mnil bore Its record of mistakes and
p,-ayuho policy to the various Federal
fountain heads. '
The first election carried Its messag
If widespread nml leal discontent and
repudiation of the Powers that RilU
It demonstrated a more deep seated
cu hvjuiiu tnu junaiuiiii- ui n iiuuul nn
complete hicnpnclty to deal with a cllfll
nit rmllHfnl altllfltlnn titwl It a ..inrnuitli
t'nded to lead It Into committing serl
wis Indiscretions was carried on with
consistent energy nnd enthusiasm wor
thy of a better cause. It Is needless
to review this nttack upon the courts.
Sumco It to say that tho Dole suppoit
rrs posing ns the "best government"
"better clement" phalanx were tho
originators mid leaders of, the nttack.
This last fight has been sifted to the
bottom nnd the first result Is a sting
ing rebulto to tho Dole following, sign
ed by the Attorney General and endors
ed by tho President of the United
And finally the decision Is reached by
tho President that the whole Territor
ial administration should be "thor
oughly Investigated." The 'Dole, ad
ministration, the best government on
earth" to be Investigated, And this nf
ter full opportunity hns been given it
toestahliju Its good intentions or the
facts to support Its brash charge
against those whom It seeks to depose.
The mero suggestion must bo a shod:
to those Innocent minds hitherto tak
ing the "best government's" much Kelt
elded estimate of Itself.
It means that the mighty havo fallen
Indeed. It means that the false pedes
tal on which the priests of the Dolltl-
tloof Incompetence nnd selfish gTeed
for power, utteily devoid of American
Trutli and Justice shall prevail.
THE 8AN FRANCISCO MAIL.
Auckland (N. Z.) Star.
Wo bopo thu Government will not al
low tho present suasion to cjoso with
out obtnlnlng from Parliament author
ity to enter Into a flvo years' contract
for tho mnlntennncu of tho San Fran
flsro mail service The renewal year
by year has prevented this service
fiom bolns woikcd to the tulleBt ad-,
vuntngn. With steamers of large ton
nage and high speed this router will
undoubtedly become tho most popular
of all tho existing "arouud tho-world"
tours. Hut n trado of thin kind re
quires working up,, and It must pos
sess the ebtments ot stability. The
Otcanle Company Is now preparing n
lorgo amount of pictorial' matter ad
vertising tho scenic attractions of
Now Zealand, and wo hnvo no doubt
that when tho servlco Is placed upon
n permanent and satisfactory basis
thero1 will bo a large Intiux ot English
and American tourists, whore visits
mu3t prove most advantageous to the
colony in many ways'.
As n mall route for Now Zeala.ni! the
oxperlenccj.or tho past thirty ,yeirs hau
proved the San Fianclsco service to be
quite unsurpassable, It Is unturtunate
that mishaps to tho now steamers
arising largely through tho huirlod
planner In whlcn they were placed on
tuo trade, UaVo caused considerable
disappointment. But notwithstanding
tneso drawbacks tlio avorago tlmo ot
tnall delivery between Auckland and
Ixindon in luou by tho San Francisco
service was ..0.84 days, aB compared
with 40.3U davs tiy the I', v o., and
40.74 days by tlio. Orient lines. To
Dunedln the nvcrago tlmo per San
Francisco service was 34.07 days.
against 41.13 per P. & 0 and' il.71
per Orient. So that thcro was actual"
ly a gain of about ten uays In delivery
trom Auckland, nnd about seven from
Dunedln. Now Zealand possesses now
a faster mnil delivery with Londou
that Sydney linn. Tlio Federal sop
vice, carried out by i.io P. H. O. and
Orient steamers, Is on a 33ciiays' ba
sis; aa wn havo already shown tho
avciagn delivery to Auckland vln San
Krnnclsco last year was 39.8.1 days.
Now that tho delects In tho engines of
tho now Btcamcrs have becu romo
died, thn tlmo to London will bo re
duced to twenty-six tinys. From three
or four months the ordinary tlmo for
Intercommunication with tho home
country In tho early days wo havo
come down to three and a half weeks.
Commeiclnlly, . is imposslblo to rate
such a service as this, performed ev
ery three weeks, too highly1, and tho
colony should bo prepared tb pay a
liberal subsidy for Its malutonanrc.
Whllu wo cannot but reglet that tho
exclusive chnracter ot tho American
shipping laws makes It Impossible for
a .enianii steamers to 00 retained
on tho Hue, wo should not lose, sight
of tho fact that wittum the ble Amcr.
lean subsidy wn could not hope to got
anything lll.o so good a Bcrvlce. Thn
United Stntcs Is, In fact, paying C5f,
00U n year to connect Australasia with
too groat Ainerknn continent, and
thiough It with Europe Wo must
take the utmost benefit wo tnn from
tho fncllitles that aro thus placed nt
pur disposal. Although tho uxchango
trade with San Francisco has so far
puived disappointing, It is improving.
About 3(H) tons of llnx nro now going
up by every nirnmcr, and the vessels
havo refrigerator capacity lor 400 tons
nt mutton, which should enable us tu
supply tho markets nt Samoa nnd Ha
wall. We are also assured that In
coal and stores tlio steamers, spend
more money In New Zealand every
ar than they receive In subsidy. The
Sim Francisco mall service, for a
great many yenrs during tho earlier
period of lis existence, was rnrrled
out exclusively with American steam
chips, which received n much higher
ninthly tlinn Is asked for tho present
line. Wo believe tho Oceanic Com
pany nro willing to enter Into a con
tinct either upon thu basis of 1500 a
trip, or on tho present poundage rates.
Payment for mails actually can led
stems thn most unexceptionable mode
of subsidy, beinuso It makes tho renin
nerntlon for the service dependent
upon Its efficient'). This, however. Is
a innlter regarding which tho postal
mithoiltlcs am In the best nosltlon to
I Judge; wo only deslro to empnnslro the
iKient Importuned f this mall line to
I New Zealand, und to urge again on
I the Government thnt It should be plac
ed on a more permanent and assured
I looting than It occupies nt present.
Washington, Sept. 30. A most un
usual case reported to thn War IK
pci Intent Is mat of Piivnto Peter D.
Devlne. Troop II, Eleventh Cnvnlry.
who wns tried by n general court-martial
nt Fort Ethan Allen. Vt.. on the.
cbnrgu of "using disrespectful words
against tho President of tho United
States, In violation ot tho fourteenth
article of war." It appears from the
evidence that when tho news of tb
shooting of President MeKInley was
received at Fort Ethan Allen, Devloe
fixpressed great satisfaction over tlio
crime and applied an uncompliment
ary eplthe't to the Into President.
His comrades handled him rotighly
hffore ho ouId bo seemed In the
guardhouse. Ho was found guilty of
tlio charge by tho court and sentenced
to bo dishonorably discharged from
Ihe service of tlio United Slates, for
feiting all pay nnd nllnwancu duo him,
and to bo confined nt haru labor for
Tho record of the case having been
referred to Major General Ilrootio at
New York, commanding tlio Depart
ment of tho East, he Indorsed It and
Kays: "It Is not within tlio power of
tho reviewing authority to Increase
ll.o punishment, but In order that tho
prisoner may not wholly csrnpo pun
ishment tho sentence Is approved and
will bo duly executed at Fort Col'lin
iis. N. J to vvlilcn place tho prisoner
will bo sent under proper guard."
General Ilrooko's nctlon In tlio caso
Is final, and the record simply has been
dent to tho Wnr Department for filing.
DRIFT CASKS PLACED
Washington, Oct. 2. News has been
received by Admiral Mclvlllo that Cap
tain Francis I'uttle, tho commanding
oiucor of -tho revonun cutter Hear,
placed fifteen of tbo Mclvillo-Ilryant
drltt casks on several of tho largest
Ico Hoes to the northward and west
ward of Point Harrow. Tho first land
ing was effected August lflth In latt
tude 72 degrees 10 minutes uorth nnn
Ic-ngltudo ICG degrees west. Flvo
casks were placed on this (loo. As
thu southerly winds bad driven the
loso ice against thu main pack, the
placing of tho casks on tho main floe
was n hn7ardous undertaking.
Captain Tuttle then 'steamed nlong
the edge of tho pack in a northwester
ly direction, and reacuing a solid floe
111 latitudo 7t doerees 5 mluutcs north
and longitude 171 degrees 33 minutes
west, placed four casks on that lloo,
and Inter placed five mora casks on a
(loo In latitudo 72 degrees 18 minutes
north nnd longitude ISC degrees 10
minutes west. About this point the
jco trended to tho southward and east
ward, making it extroinoly hazardous
for Captain Tuttlo to continue his
Admiral .Mclv.de Is.giently pleased
with tho character of the work done
and says ho thinks Captain Tuttlo
worthy ot a medal of honor from the
Treasury Department, If not fiom
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with"
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
1 OP THE PAVORITE
BRADLEV and HUBBARD
Foi' Hiilc by tlie
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thfse g.'odi wtr ordered from advance
sheets of the catalo ue of the above manu
facture, and are the latest In dtsln and
Call early and make your selections.
In nJJIilcm to h toooo fret of Harden
Ho- Ijtely received, the ' Emil P. Whit
nev" bwutht us to.coofr. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEET.
We have all gradis, anJ our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this nurket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
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 and Alakca.
Pnu I It. iHcnbcrg,
CHAS. F. HERRIGK
VEHICLES AND HARNESS SS
which we are selling at prices that cannot belscotinted anywhere for
the same quality. Come and lo k at these goods. If we cannot suit
you both in price and quality, we shall not expect you to buy.
We havo found out what tho pcoplo really want, and in supplying
that want 1b too socret of our micchh.
Low I'rlccs nnd Lofty VnliiCB in Wall Papers, Window Shades,
Linoleums, Ktc. -
Bur-cfiinln fit., next
'Phone Main 3M.
1170 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 S4I. I. O. Box 078,
C. F. Hcrrlck.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
Thara whero wu
now aio, and wo ar'i
KccpliiK tlio lead.
tu corner of Himiiii.
p. o. Box 833.
MF'G CO.; Ltd.
Bet. Beretuntn nnd Puunhl.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
229 Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also prjrrletois of the popular
MINLRAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry. Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, 8araap.
nna, vanuia vream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
ana Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Cor.,
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
8eltzer, 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
Tlio puro Julco of tbo urape
fruit, caruonatcd only by
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd. -
Solo Agent for Territory of
Island orders solicited.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.'
TEL. 71 MAIN.
Opening Announcement I
JLND COMPANY. "
All Ordcrtt Promptly Filled.
HENIIY ST. fJOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Polliiz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian 8uga
Eastern and Foreign Stocks anc
403 California 8t.,
Sun Franclwco, Cut.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers ft Dealers
We will Buy or Sell Real. Estate 1l
all parts of the group.
Wo will Sell Hroportles on Reason
3FFICE, 10 WBST KINO STREII
To Let or Lease
A Fine House aid Lot
on the makal side of BeretanU street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOVD BROKE 1
REAL ESTATE AND
I 402 JUDD BUILDING
Arehltectt, Contraetora and Builder.
Edward R. Swoln,
ITANQINWAltl BID ,
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
E.tln.tM TurnUtwi t . p. O. Box i6o
Geo. W. Page. Tel. 22
F. W. Ucardslee. I. o. Dox 778
Architects nnd Builders.
Office, Hooma 2-4, Arllngtoa Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct nstlmatcs fur.
nlshed on Short Xotlc'e.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers, in Lumber and Goat.
Allen tfb RoblriHon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr. Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND DUILDER
for brick, nnd wooden bulldlnns, alio
Office' and residence, 312 Queen St.,
near Government building.
H. R. BBRTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
TO rear Of Old Stand. RnlniiM am
Klnc street. Ordcra left at cither shop
ur omco ai jotin Nott'a store, King
street, will recelre prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
, MERCHANT TAILOK
Fine English and American Goods
Of Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
TEL wti t
- CLEANING !
Ladl.i'tklm clean. Clothing
cH.n.J, di.J mi r.pilr.l.
Suits ntdt to order.
Fit P)rantJ. U.titpilco.
For Strttt, rw r Ktlfut, an4
D t Orpbctim Tttr.
Prkt: Climlac on cult, jjr,
. Pyclnr tuny n
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us and If you haven't al
ready begun to trade with us
you aro wishing you were
We will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week becauso wo keep overy-
C thing in tho grocery lino, but
tho Inducements wo offer ara
HONE8T VALUES. (
ATTENTION TO '
, Leading Grocers.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrei Music Conpaiy
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of hm.i r.
opp. Adventlst Church.
TEL. MAIN 149.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINU AND
3A11F0RNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
Rlvtd try? 'tr Suum.