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EVENING BDLLKTIN. HONOLULU. H. T., WKDNR8DAY, OCT. 16, 1901.
afablUhed .Fvery ,Day Except Bunday,
at 210 King Street. Honolulu;
T. II.. by the
WALLACE H. FAKHlNUTON...i:dltor
"Entered at the lnt Office at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
lYr month, anywhere In L B....I .76
Per year, anywhere in U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid. io-elgn.... .13.00
Payable Invariably in advance.
Post Office Box 718
WEDNESDAY OCTOllKIt 16, 1901.
Kunny lun't It, how Thurston's mind
runs to dime museums as tlio organ
grinder runs to monkeys.
What will Washlnston say when It
Iitam there Is U circus In Honolulu?
Will It ask If the performance has been
continuous since the Territory wna established.
HiiBsIa contemplates opening up Ua
mlulUK Adds to tho Americans. If
this Idea. Is finally carried out the de
velopment of llufslan Siberia will en
ter upon a new era of progress worthy
ThurKton's organ aevniH ut last to
have discovered that German army
olllcers lau visit .lonoiulu without
having wild and woolly instructions
from the Emperor to Investigate tno
status of Ocrman-Amerlcan loyalty
The prospect of leclproclty leglsla
tlon that may threaten our leading In
dustry, coupled with the demand lor
land laws and the ever present cable
Z f riTin,rtn U nil fr lV, id. o I la-
will combine to give nl friends of ua-
wall enough to do at the coming Con
London papers publish It us their
firm belief that the recent strugg es
or Iloer forces ? the beginning of tho
end, a spurt mnde to gain better terms.
This may nil be true but It has been
heard so many times during the war,
the people will not believe the war Is
ended till a betier demonstration Is
Even the prospect of a Congression
al Investigation of the Territorial ad
ministration ought not to be sufficient
uiuso for blockading all tho public
work of the Territory. Tho Terrltor)
uceds money nnd a special session of
tho Legislature can provide It. The
Executive duty is plain.
Extension of the Kapld Transit Una
is ulwaH good news to the public. Tho
utcady development of this up to date
Hue following promptly on the long do
lays which characterized Its early his
tory shows that thu people take kindly
In progressive Ideas notwithstanding
It sometimes requires u long tlmo to
The very slight attention which in
utmlng Japanese luboreru receive these
days Is good cvldenco of the big holo In
tlie labor marl.Pt It Is necessary to till.
A few hundred plantation .nborers are
a mere drop In thu bucket and there Is
uu ii'jison on tarth why uuy person In
this Territory should go hungry for
want of work.
Ilclgluin Is said to be the home of tlio
bill board poster, and It Is a notable
ract that tlclglum knows how to handlu
Its child to prevent It being a nuisance.
Every poster nnd fence sign pas Its
tax. It this plan could be followed lu
Hawaii tho decrease In decorating
principal nvenues with hideous signs
would bo noticeable enough to create
The record breaking vote polled in
the llulletln's baseball contest Is
splendid tribute to the young men of
tho city who have done bo much to up
build good sport. No lontest ever con
ducted in these Islands has ever at
tracted such widespread interest. The
contest has also served to mnko morn
apparent tne popularity of the Bulletin
as the people's paper of the Torrltory:
IU superior circulation and thu high
esteem la which It is held by all clti
It is really awful, this struggle of
Thurston's to show that Judge Esteo
Is being robbed of credit for closing
Iwllel. The public nnd Federal do
partments well understand tho pnJmt-
ucnt part Judge Estee .ook In tne de
structlun of tho Blockade. The situa
tion is so well understood that no ca
vorting the Thurston organ may en
gage in can defaco the bold llo It pub
lished In stating editorially that tho
Governor nnd High Sheriff's action
was "coincident" with that of "the
United States Court (Judge Esteo)."
The mora anarchy Is discussed, tbe
less evidence Is theio that the people of
tho country have completely lost their
head. President Itoosevelt's personal
action has done much to convince thv
peopln that proper protection for their
chief executive Is not to be found In
radical laws, but rather through sound
sober sense and ennstnut watchfulness
on tho part of every citizen. The Unit
ed States will bo less lenient with an
archist than In the past but It will
not upset a single foundation principle
at the bidding of a society of murder
ers. Citizen of the outside district
should not get an Idea that Superlnten
dent Itoyd's thorough Investigation of
the requirements of various districts
Is entirely without lesults. At ores
ent Mr. Itoyd's hands nro tied by lack
of funds and bn is improving tho en1
forced leisure In the best manner pos
Bible. The Territory la not to be for
ever without funds nnd when tho day
comes, as It must In the not far distant
future, when tbe treasury will be
properly supplied, the people will not
be able to Bee Boyd for tho dust be
makes In forging public work ahead at
y a rate never before equaled,
l,Vli t ItiATlUN MANUA I OH Y.
The Thurston organ says the oppo
nents of the Dole administration do
not want an Investigation of tho Terrl'.urtlstlc posters and street ndvertlse-
torlal administration. ruentn. Perhaps the strict laws In Ilel-
Posslblyttho Dolc-Thurston ring bo'glan cities regulating billboards, pos
llcvcs what the organ says. Wo hopo lers and stiect signs will nccount for
It does. I the growth of good taste In tnls respect.
As usual tno ring of the Powers that Hiusscls. whoso ordinances on thll
Ilulo Is mistaken. Hy all means let point are typlral of thoao In most Ilel
there be n thorough Investigation of gian titles, permits the ntllxlng of pos
tno Territorial administration In all Uth or ndvcrtlslng signs only nt such
Its departments, executive, Judicial and places on the public highways as are
legls'atlvo branches. That Is what the designated by the mayor and board of
situation demands, that Is what the aldermen. An exception to this rule Is
people demand. made in the raso of buildings for sale
I.ct the Investigation be of that or for rent. In such cases an announce
searching and thorough character for nient may bo ofllxed to the front of the
which Theodore ItooRcvelt, President building, but It must not be mote than
of the United States hns become Justly eight Inches wide,
noted. Let the facts be determined Tho only other exception Is made In
by falrmlnded Americans who have no favor of theaters and concert halls,
axe to grind, who are willing to work These nro allowed to have billboard!
to get at facts, not accepting tho sayso t " etirnuces or on the walls upon
of tho Powers that Itule, not prcdont- which posters may bo pasted, but the
nated by thorn. boards must not project mnrr than an
Supporters of the Dolo admlnlslra- lnel beyond tho wall. Before any por
tion have repeatedly charged and are n can post hills anywheio In the eltr
now charging that opponents of .he ht ra"t bave a permit from the conn
Chief Executive are corruptlonlsts, Job ctl ami nt carry it on his person and
chaseis, caipethaggers with no Higher ll0w ,l whenover so requested by tho
Ideals or desires than Is found In a police. A copy of every poster niutl
grab for spoil. , B,8 l)fl deposited at the police bureau
11 the charge be proved. before the advertisement can bo pasted
Suppcrtirs of the Dole ndmlnlstra-
tlon have claimed n monopoly of In-
lcrlt and those characteristics that go
to make up hunest American citizen-
I.(t them establish thut claim by an
nrra) of facts. They failed to do It
befoie the Attorney (Icilcral and Presi
dent of the United States. Give them
the licnellt of nn investigating com
mission before which they may air nil
their virtues nnd offer their defense to
the title of tho "Only Ones."
The Territory of Hawaii under thi
Dole administration hns gono from
bad to worse. It Is today the most
chaotic governmental chaos existing
v.-ltliln tho limits of the United States
,... r .h.
Philippines which Is to all Intents and
purposes under military rule. What
the people want, American born nnd
Hawaiian-American, and all they wunt
Is a peaceful, a progressive, an Ameri
can administration. They nro not get
ting it. Let a commission of Ameri
can citizens appointed by the Presi
dent go to the bottom of tho situation
and In a calm, business llko manner.
determine once and for all. the source
of the difficulty and the method, or
action needed to secure good govern-
mcni. American government in ract at
well as name.
Investigate the Territorial adminis
tration and that without unnecessary
This is the oinmlay of the late la-
mentcd Princess Knnllnnl. It was
nalant liTd "V' ',"
palama. named after the Prlncesi.
would observe the day in some wny
out nothing Has .been done along Hint
line. A half holiday was anticipated nlso to tho fact that children bom In
but at 1:18 o'clock, tho children were this period nrc sturdier and better At
still In their rooniB hard nt their stu- lci1 to enduro the trlala,nd dangi
dies. There wcro no exercln-s of any '" babyhood,
As soon ns Aliieilcan 111 ventlvo go
nitis and tho adaptation of machinery
.coder It practicable to perform bv
machinery such shnro of tho labor now
Mono by baud In China, Japan an I
Ceylon as to render competition wl
hem pructlcnble, ths United rttntM
nay produce all of Its owu tea. and
much more. Tho tests havu been coil
ducted for several jr-nis and tluouijn
several trying winters, and show tint
thu plants thrive In such n rllmntu.
while thu quality of thu tea and tho
quantity per nere compnitt favorably
with the highest avrragu In thu Oileut.
Fh.j Job Printing (lie Bill
"i!n office, I
WHO CLOSED I WILEI
What docs the Advertiser,expect to achieve by Its persistent lying con
cerning tho closing of Iwllel? V
1 Thu facts are few. simple and easily ascertained.
Judgo HumphrewB charged two Grand Juries in tlie'Clrcult Court and
Judge Kstcu charged the Federal Oranl Jury to Inquire Into the Iniquities of
Iwllel, but without avail.
-The Ministerial Union than retain ;d Mr. Fitch. He reported to his em
plojcrs that the pioprietors of Iwllel might be prosecuted under the pro
visions of Chapter 36 of thePenal Code for the offense of common nuisance,
and on conviction the Circuit Court ml ,ht under tho provisions of Section 8S2
order the nuisance to be abated; but that a prosecution could not be Insti
tuted except by tho Attorney General, or with his consent; that If Instituted
It was In his power to dismiss the pro-cedlngs, and that even In th event of
a (onvlctlon and Judgment of abatomint, the High Sheriff wonld have no
power .it destiny buildings or furniture or prevent future offenses. Ho fur
ther reported that It was In the power of the, United States District Attorney
to practically clone Iwllel by continuous arrest of parties pntroulzlng tho
plitu, nnd so making It unprofitable to the owners, but that Colonel Ilalrd.
the United States District Attorney on being appealed to hnd (anted tlia. this
eoiirho would requite the employment of u large force of deputy United States
marshals and thnt he was not nuthorll d to Incur tho neressiiry expenditures
Mr. Fitch then pointed out to thu clergymen thnt the most effective
unshod of closing Iwllel would bu by n wilt of Injunction in an ucUon In
equity; thut In order to maintain such an action It would b liciessary to havo
a plaintiff who owned tlio fee of land In tho vicinity, on which thcro was a
lesldeiHO or n building devoted to such pniiioses thnt It could bo proved
thnt Its occupant sutTeied a special Injury from the uulnancu differing In
kind from tho Injury suffered by tho general public. Such a plaintiff was
found In the branch Knumaknplll Ch'irch Society. It was at first believed
thnt the ownership of the premises wis lu the Hoard of Education, anil at
no help could be expected from .a members tho proceedings would have
been abandoned, had not search of th records disclosed the fact that the
lltleJiad been vested lu the trustees of Knumakuplll church. They weit
thirteen lu number mid considerable difficulty and delay was encountered
In getting a quorum of thu Hoard together and proem Ing the necessary au
thority. Ah smut as this was accomplished the suit wus begun, an In
junction obtained nnd served nud Iwl "I closed In consequence.
In the meantime the report of Vla'.or II.V OlniBteud had been made at
Wnshlngton and ns a result Acting Gov unor Cooper1 railed n meeting of the
Execiillvu Council mid Invited tho me 'ibers of the Ministerial Union to at
tend It to aid In devising ways and me us to closn Iwllel, This meeting
convened at " o'clock p, in. but nt no in the samo day Judge Gear granted
the Injunction mi papers pcrparrd we'ks before by Mr, Fitch, and when tho
Governor dliected the High Sheriff to withdraw police protection the place
was rlofecd. f
Them nra the facts, let thu credit or the censure rest whero It will. Our
Iden Is that the ciedlt should be divided between the Christian ladles why
contributed tho funds to pay the law 'er, the lawyer who found out tho way
Judge Geur who Ismied tho Injunction,' ho Bulletin und Rcpilbllcun that urged
action, the trustees of Knumaknplll ch ich, nnd Judges Humphreys and Es
teo for their charges to Grand Juries, mil that no credit whatever attaches
to the Governor who attempted nothlu ; until compelled by orders from
Washington, and achieved nothing, iud Is now engaged hi a belated effort
to claim credit for other mens performances.
Honolulu, Oct. 16, 1901, CITIZEN.
THE HOME OrriiE POSTER
Urigliiiit hns been railed the home of
u" ln public places. All posters and
ndvcrtlslng signboards nre subject to a
lax ''"B wmi mo size or tno sign,
nr minimum tax is lc for every pos-
icr or sign or ia uy so incites or under,
and onc-nrth of a cent Is added for In
crease of two Inches square. These
regulations odd something to the city's
Income and nt the same tlmo keep the
billboard nuisance within leusonalilo
bound. If Chicago had an ordinance
similar to that of Hrusscls, there would
be no ru-to complaints about tho tin
lightly and obtrusive billboards. Clil
Mr. Allen, former manager of tho
"aT"" , ,10,e'' ?"' B n "H m!'"K
of the Moana hotel on tho first day cf
ager, will go Into another business.
Tbe big flag pole that has stood for
so many years on King street, near
the corner of Ilethcl, wus taken down
today. A large crowd witnessed tho
work of the men in cuarge.
Americans are healthier now thau
2,J " .....' n" lnP 'ca.l, on ,lr" '"
work which nio considered features in
tne fevered existence of residents m
tlio great republic. Tho announce
ment that tho public health was 1J
per cent better In tho last decade than
In the ono ending with 1800 is made
by tho census bureau. Aiom than that,
there Ib n doevcaso In deaths if
youuir, persons, and scarcely a poicept-
Ibto Increase In deaths among tli-
"" ' totta&r'S'lSri.?'
.,, ,,,, nttrhuto this not only
t0 an Increase In sclentlllc knowledge
of tho tieatment of such cases, but
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 56x150 planted with
fruil.trccs, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
E NEW IMP'ORTATION
p BRADLEV and HUBBARD
IL A M PS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
These g"ods were ordered Irom advance
sheets of the mtalo ue of the above manu-factur-rs,
and are the latest In dtsl.n and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he to coo feehof Harden
Hose lately received, the b'milv P. Whit
ney" brought ut io,coo ft. mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever qjoled In this nwrket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. - - -
ol Q SCHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Studt baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SMRINOFIELD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Port and Alakca.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ol Prize Vinner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Cenferi, Finish, Qiality.
CHAS. F. DERRICK
' las.Merchunt Ht.. next
That's hat we believe of the beautiful new stock of ART
NOUVI; U PAPERS which we will receive on "Alameda." We
will not try to jjet It, but Instead will .sell them at astonishing low
lifilltes. riNEST PAPERS IJVfcR fccEN IN- HONOLULU. CALL AND
SIE THE SAMPLPS ' 1 I J '
WALL PAPERS, LINOLEUris' and WINDOW SHADES, at
rtcrctiinlii 8t.. next
'Phone Main 358.
TV A 1-4 T T
VJV1 1 u
1170 River Street.
Fine Carriages, Wagons ajid Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty. ,
All orders promptly attended 10.
Only, competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on, in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 541. ' (H O. Box 878.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to 8ttingcnwald Hulldlng.
to corner of timitiu.
P. O. Bok 833.
Bcf. Berctnnlo and Pouahl.
Beer and Win Dealers.
Kukdl 8U Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND, IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also priprlftots of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hlre't Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, 8arsapa
run, vaniiia uream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Chamoaane. Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
ana ttoaa cocKtaue.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, 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, 60c per
qoz. visuiiea water in J-gauon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 60c charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Tlio puro Julco of the urape
fmlt, caroouated only by
Consolidated Soda Water
- Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agent for Territory of
luliind orders Bollcltod.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
All OrdcrH Promptly Filled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
COMMISSION BROKERS t
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention iln to nnr.
chare and sale of Hawaiian 8ufa
Loans Negotiated. 1
Eastern and Foreign Stocks anc
403 California St.,
Son Fronclaco, Col.
W. C. Achl & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo will Uuy or Bell Ileal Estate in
all purtH ot tlio Krotip.
Wo will Sclli Properties on Reason
10 WEST KING STREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Let
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pil(coi and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCKAHD BOHD BROKER
REAL ESTATB AND
402 J UDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Euward R. Swain,
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi lio
Geo. W. Page.
V! O. Box 778
P. W. Ucanlslee.
BBARD8LEB Ok PAQB
Architect and Builders.
Office. Hounds 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sb Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alt,a
Office and residence, 312 Queen 3t
near Qovernment building.
H. P. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Tine Eiglisb and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near . Nuuanu
O. Bonn. TEL-MI1B
UdlM'iklmclontd. Clothlnr ,
cU.n.d, dyad and repalnd.
Suits madt to order.
Fit guaranteed. Loireitpilco.,
Fur CtrMt, near Kukul. and
near Orpbeum Theater
Prices: Cteanltt one suit, t.c;
Dwlnr suit fs.st
constantly arriving Iteops our
establishment always In the
''Your neighbor has told you
about us anQ If you haven't nl
roady begun to trade with ut
you ara wishing you wcro.
We will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week because wo keep every
thing In tho grocery lino, but
tho .Inducements wo offer art
Kt COMPANY, 1
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrea Misic Compair
' Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel Si
opp. Adventlst Church.
TEL. MAIN ut.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINO AND
.AL1F0RNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS.
ICB H0U8B GOODS
Rwshrt by I y Stauwr.
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