Newspaper Page Text
-r "imw-ymy. &.' JwyffjQp
fabllthfld Every Day Except Sunday
at 210 King Street. Honolulu,
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE n. FARRINQTON... Editor
Entered at the Pt Offlco at Hono
iolu as second-class matter.
Par month, anywhere In V. S....I .75
Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Pott Office Box 71
.OCTOHKR 17, 1901.
The next voting contest will be en
titled "Who Closed Ullel." lth full
opportunity given (or the government
to declare Itsclt carl) and often.
At tut Queen Lllluokalanl can travel
about tho country accompanied by
friends without being forever charged
with having somo political mission to
The $5000 bill presented by the Ha-1
mukua flro lighters Is a most conserva
tive figure. Tho good work done by
the citizens of Hamakua would be
cheapat, double the price.
Some of the editorial comments oil
the Brooklyn Standard-Union on thn
alms of Hawaiian-Americans serve as
proof of what the misrepresentation
of the Dole-Thurston ring Is doing for
Thurston again makes reference to
the chargo mado against former Bail
iff Lewis by Affidavit Pearson. This
calls to mind tho comment of Attorney
Oeneral Knox on the Pearson affidavit:
"This charge Is too trivial to require
Small prospect of Sir Thomas or any
other Brltisner making a struggle for
tho America Cup next year leaves tho
field open for Mr. Lawson to make
things Interesting for the New York
Yacht Club by producing a bean eating
boat that can outstrip whatever thn
New York snobs may produce.
It la a pleasure to note that the Gov
ernor has taken a band In the rock
crusher business. Long months have
elapsed since the Governor has come
out boldly and shown his band In dif
ferences arising among tho depart
ments. The opportunity offers for htm
to put himself plainly on record and
thus enable, the people to judge fairly
of his wise administration.
ut.t, Bi,.nm-, .....
betr saloons as an effective measure In
destroying the Influence of swipe Joints
In various parts of the city and the re
sults thus far uphold the wisdom of
Ms contention. Following out the same
principle tho government might do
well to establish public chicken J arils
near plantations where Porto Rlcans
are employed. As a chicken thief the
American darky doesn't hold a candle
to the new brother from Porto Rico.
Hawaii Is fast calnlnc a renutatlon
In Washington tor being a 'trouble-
some possession presided over by fulr
weather men. Kvery time anthlng
happens nnd things are foiever hap-
penlng, the ofliclals immediately run to
Washington departments with a re -
quest that ofliclals there perform the
arduous task of straightening out the
tangle. If you want a thing well done
do It your self Is an adage the people I oral departments have thoroughly elis
or these Islands should stick to If they gusted the heads of Washington de-
hope eventually to be at pcaco among,
Reports from Washington Indicate
that the only thing that holds Secre
tary Hay In public life Is bis desire to
see the canal treaty through to a finish.
Mr. Hay has received sunt credit for
his splendid work for the canal, and
now having produced a new treaty
with Great Britain that ought to be
acceptable to the Senate It Is to b
hoped ho wilt stick to bis determina
tion to complete this Important pro
ject before returning to private life
Mr. Hay Is a man whom tho country
can 111 afford to lose at this period
when tbo Nicaragua canal seems after
many ears of discussion to be an ac
The "show license" Issued by tho
government contains these words:
"The police authorities snail have tho
right to be present at nnd regulate any
performance licensed under said act
in such manner as may be reasonably
necessary for the preservation of order,
decorum and the public peace or mor.
als." It Is apparent that tho duty of
the police to protect a respectable
show from Invasion by hoodlums Is
Just as Important as the regulation of
the performance. The affair of last
night at the circus tent Bavors more ot
back towns In the wild and woolly west
than a community claiming a reputa
tlon for decency and order.
The Advertisers ability as a first
class fako Is without an equal. Yester
day It published a lurid yarn about
Baron Alexander Kaudbars, a passen
ger In the City of Peking. This morn
ing tho Republican publishes a signed
statement of Baron Alexander Haul
bars which contains the following:
"In (.his morning's AdvcrtUer there
Is an Interview purporting to be mln
which Is a fabrication on tho part of
tho reporter. At tho time of the Amur
affair t was In France at the Exposi
tion. At tho present time the Russian
Government is Investigating the mat
ter." Between Germans and Russians and
Its Inherent dishonesty, the Thurston
organ Is making a lovely reputation for
SAVE THE BOY8
Tho Increasing prominence the city
hoollum Is gaining, while disgusting
and disappointing to rcspectablo cltl
zens points a moral more Important
than the nocesslty for greater activity
on tho part of the police authorities.
Unlike poets, hoodlums nro made no(
born. As a rule they are4hc product
of youthful cU8scdncss nided and abet
ted by wandering about tho streets
with nothing to do. The majority of
these out lis have the making of men
In them and no philanthropic work Is
more to bo commended than the effort
being made Miotigh the Ilos' Brigade,
tho V M. C. A. nncl kindred nrznnlm
tlons, to Interest, entertain and If pos
sible enthuse these boys with Ideas of
honest, hardworking manhood. Every
measure Inaugurated or now In exist
ence for developing honest bojs
should have nil Hie mornl and
financial support of the thotighful
people of tho community can otter.
This asslstnnco should not be per
functory or spasmodic. Tho boys are
nlvu)s with us mid If not looked after
all ton many will develop Into Jail
The Honolulu hoodlum wilt eventu
ally be n thing of the past, if tho boys
can bo leached. The public play
ground, the bojs' norshops and even
ing entertainments whether athletic,
musical or literary, nro nil anti-hoodlum
oi men making measures that can
not reecho loo much attention.
THE 8CNATORIAL MUDDLE.
The proposal to appeal to Congress
fur a settlement of the hold over Kcua
I tors mess Is likely to reecho scant
courtesy and be placed b) Congress on
a level with the frequent appeals to
Washington that havo marked tho
rnrcer of this Territory since Its or
Thn 1 n tPil St.llM (toneless iRIVSi
Hawaii an Organic Act under which '
U expected the people will govern
themxnlves. An appeal to Congress to
straighten out uffalrs fully wltbln tho
i,nn .... nMil in-ill Inmi rt llm tit fttiln (n ilfl
for themselves will merit tho reply,
"Go hmk horn., and settle vour own
troublrti." It Is within tne power of
Congress to do nothing It pleases
with Hawaii, Its executive, Its Judi
ciary and Its legislature, but It Is a
well recognized principle that Con
gress shall Interfere as Uttlo as pos
sible with local affairs even in Terri
tories nnd If for no other reason, that
national representatives have moro lm
portant matters to take their time.
The Senatorial problem can be set
tled In Hawaii without outside assist
ance. This Territory has the law, the
executive and the legislature, all the
paraphernalia necessary. Action alone
Is lacking and It stands to reason the
United States Congress does not exist
for doing other people's business.
Section 30 of the Organic Act relat
ing to the terms of Senators, Bays:'
That the Senate shall be composed of
1 fifteen members, who shall hold offlc
for four cars: Provided, however,
I That of the Senators elected ut the first
Mlgeneral election, two from the first Uls-
,li, n... mn .hA u..n..,1 .lvm Ihik,
the third, and one from the fourth Its-
trict shall hold office for two jean
only, the details of such appointment
to be prov lded for by tho legislature"
Thus far the legislature has not pro
vided for such apportionment. Ther
Is nothing in the Organic Act. however,
to prevent the legislature from com
pleting this work before the next
election. Tho regular session broks
up In a ruw. Interference by Congress
can only serve lo make a bad matter
worse, and wou.d carry with It an au
mission of weakness by the party luak-
ing tho proposal.
Let the Territory of Hawaii begin to
show somo v' y, some strength,
I somo force of character, and cease tnll
1 everlasting '.'running to pupa," every
, time It encounters a dlfllcult situation,
with the cry "tho other fellow won't
I play." Continued appeals to the Fed-
partments having dealings with the
Hawaiian administration. There Is no
good reason why Congress should bo
treated to tho same thing.
A PACIFIC CABLR.
New York Commercial Advertiser.
It Is satisfactory to see that private
enterprise has taken up the projert ot
a Pacific cable connecting this country
with tho Hawaiian. Philippine nnd
other Pacific Islands. There did not
seem to be enough resolution and pub
lic spirit either In the Senate or House
to get the question more than de
bated. It Is strange how legislators
who effusively sympathize with expan
sion and talk about Pacific trade were
too Indifferent to authorlzo an obvious
step which both require. It the newly
Incorporated Commercial Pacific Cable
company had not taken up the matter,
the project would In all probability
have dragged on during another ses
sion or two; but now tho only delay,
so far as the Government Is concerned,
will be In the matter of granting land
ing rights to the company in Hawaii
and the Philippines. There is not like
ly to be much trouble about that, as
It Is a matter for executive decision.
At the same time, however quickly and
thoroughly the new company may do
Its work, government supervision and
eventually ownership are naturally to
bo expected. The cablo, whoever con
structs It, will not only be commercial,
but political and military, und its gov
ernmental control In certain respects
Is a necessity. If the Government af
terward decides to buy it and the. cost
'n excessive, the blame must be put
upon legislators and lobbyists who
have obstructed the plan of a govern
ment cable from tho first.
EX-LILIUOKALANI AS A PEACH
nx-Queen I.llluokalanl of Hawaii
'las been heard from again, and this
'me In connection with an .Incident
which puts her In a better light than
formerly. It seems that tho "Homo
'mle party," which Is composed of na
'Ives and halt-biceds, made, a nonilna-
ion for Governor and they expected
President McKlnley to appoint vthclr
man In place of Mr, Dole. Mr. Dole Is
III, and the pious natives have been
expecting, If not hoping, that he
would die or resign. They held a
meeting and one John Mahuka, a boat
man of Honolulu offered a resolution
that three successive Sundays be set
apart for the purpose of prayer and
thanksgiving that Qod would gtvd Ha
wall a Governor who would be good to
them. Tills drew nttcntlon to Mabuka.
mid his friends proposed him for Gov
ernor. Itv accepting he nnnounced that
his policy would be to Import 1,000,000
Chinese, every lear, who should pay 13
poll tax, thus Insuring a revenue of
$.000,000 to the Territory. The pres
ence of so many Chinamen,- he argued
would also compel the United States
Government to keep a large fleet of
warships at the Islands, and this
would make business for the boatmen,
tt wns a great financial scheme, equal
to some white folks' schemes here,
Queen Lll put her foot down on the
nonsense, and the "Home Rule" can.
dldato has had to come out In a clr
ctilar declaring It was n joke. But It la
no more farcical than tho election of
Wilcox ns representative.
There has been a lingering feeling of
hostility toward the whites on the part
of tho natives of the so-called Homo
Rule party and a spirit of vengcfulness
lias been manifested. It Is to the ex-
Queen's credit that Bhe has set about
nllu)lng this spirit and bringing In an
era of good feeling, between the Home
Rulers nnd the Republicans. As she
lias nlways exerted considerable In
fluence over the natives. It Is likely sho
CABLE ACROSS THE PACIFIC.
INcvv York Herald.
Direct cable, communication with
knur new possessions In tho Pacific I
necessary In peace. Imperative in war.
Suggestions that a submarine line
should bn laid to Hawaii and the Phil
I'I'h'vb iivhiuiuio nan uceii imuui,
that Congress should construct It or
suuaiunu a cuiujiuuy lur uiui pur
pose, The Commercial Pacific Cable com
pany, however, has been Incorporated
t0 a tul KTtal work with Its Own
"ipiiai, asking noming irom the Gov
jernment but the same landing rights
k'u lo nD'c nes coucning me A
It Is a great boon to American ship
pers and traders to be assured that
they will be enabled to communicate
directly with the Far East Instead of
I sending messages, as at present, by
way of Lurope and at greatly reduced
DODGING THB LIGHTNING.
The reported resignation of Presi
dent Bole of Hawaii looks as If he
knew how to doge Impending light
ning. Two of our prominent citizens who
live within a tnousanu miles oi whuro
me writer Is domiciled met In tho pub
lic road tho oilier day, wncn tno tol
lowing conversation occurred:
vvnais tho news?' ,
"They vo captured Agulnaldo.""
"Wnats no been dolngf"
(Kxcuedlyj "Who bas he killed?"
"Ob, lots of people.'
"Where Is the scoundrel?"
"lies In Jail.'
tMore excited) "Lct'a get a crowd
anu lynch him.-
"It would bo too expensive."
"Expensive I What a going to mako
It expensive?' ,
"no s too lar ou."
"Why, alut ho in Moult.ie Jail'"
"Not n bit or It.'
"Well, whoro Is ho, then?"
"Hob in Jail at Manila."
"You mean Cemlllu. don't juu7"
"io, 1 mean what 1 say."
"How far Is It?"
'About clgnt thousand mllos."
Get up. Jack!" Is ha inaiHil im I,,.
was heard to ejaculate: "(lot no lime
to talk with every fool I meet In tho
road, hignt tauusuuu mueai vvuy,
tiiatB clean outsldo or Gregory. Agul
naldo? Don t believe tnoro is bucu u
man in tho worlu. Never heard of
such a place as Manhlller beforo.
'ineso follows what dont do nothing
but read newspapers are mlchtv
smart. Get up. Jack; lost half an
hour talking with that slopncad when
1 ought to been home Diamine 'tatera."
And what did Oconto say when he
proposed?" asked Ethel. "Ho said
nothing." replied Maud; "ho started
to say something, gasped, turned
deathly palo and then fainted away.
Or (course I knew what that meant
so when ho came to I told him he
nugnt ask papa." "And then?" "Then
poor George tainted away again."
When I was no on the. lake this
summer," said Simpson, "I got a bass
that was" "Hold on, thero!" said
half a dozen In chorus. '"Stwas
caught by a fisherman," added Simp
sou, "and only weighed half a pound."
men the crowd said "Oh!" and Simp
son smiled derisively. Indianapolis
Smith I understand, Joues, that
ou havo given your consent to your
boy becoming a newspaper man?
Jones Yes r I gave my consent and
ho tried the work for about throo
weeks, but found It unsuitable
a. round it unsuitable?
J. Perhaps It would bo better to
say tho work lound him unsuitable.
H. So ho left it? Sovcrod his con
J. Ho left It. To tell tbo truth, ho
wns asked to resign.
b. vvnat is he doing now?
J. Lecturing on tho evils of mod-
urn Journalism. Boston Courier.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
BVHNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. THUR8DAY,
OF THE FAVORITE
P BRADLEY and HUBBARD
IL A M PSl
Fop ale by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, Ltd.
These gnods 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 to coo fret of Harden
Hose lately received, the Emilv P. Whit
ney" brought us 10,000 ft. mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever qjoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
Fop Your Money Buy
Light, and Heavy
Spring - Wagons.
Etc., Etc. - - -
ol O SCHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Studc baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRlNfJFIELD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea.
V -aHJsAdtaP I Sr l&MFl Jr
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving!
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Coafort, Finish, Qiality.
CDAS. F. DERRICK
ISB Merchant Ht next
That's what we believe of the beautiful new stock of ART
NOUVEMJ PAPERS which we will .receive on "Alameda." We
will not try to get it, but instiad will sell thorn at astonishing low
fistlies. FINEST PAPERS EVfcR SEEN IN llONOLULU. CALL AND
SEE THE SAMPLES. :::::::::
WALL PAPERS; LINOLEUrtS and WINDOW SHADES, at
Beretanln St., next
'Phone Main 368.
1179 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 841. t " P.O. Box 078s. -
OCT. 17, ML
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to 8tan&entvald Building.
to corner of Emma.
P. O. Box 838.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bct. Berctanla and Pauahl.
Ber and Win Dealer.
Kukul 8L, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Demtint
Also proprlttots of-the popular
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Olnger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire' Root
Ber, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa-
rma, vaniua bream, Lemon, Dinger
Ale, Apple Cider. Plneannle. Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
wiiainpayne, rear cnampagne, biaor
ana Soda Cocktail.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Cor..
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
ocmcr, vicny ana pur Distilled wa
ter from the Barnttead 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brew and Aerated Water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-oallon dam.
Ijohns, 10c per gallon and Me charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
The puro julco of the urapo
fmlt, caroonatod only by
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agent for Territory of
Island orders solicited.
601 Fort 8L Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
and wholesale liquors.
I.CJooJi delivered frre to all par's of cltv
Telephone Main 310.
HENRY ST. GOAB.
Members 8tock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
, Particular attention iItco to -purchase
and sal. ot Hawaiian Bujai
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California 8t.,
San Francisco, Cal.
W. C. Achi & Co.
1 AND DEALER8 IN
Wo 'will Bur or Sell Real Estate In
all parts ot tho Kroup.
vvo win sell i'roportlea on Reason.
10 WEST KING STREET.
To Let op Lease
A Fine HoHse and Lot
on tt). makai aid. of Ber.tanla street
between Pilkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has aeveral rooma and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AHD B01D BROKBS
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractor and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
STANOiNWAlD SCO , HONOIUIU
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. R'LEV,
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bol ito
Geo. W. Page. TeL 12
F. W. Ueanlslec. P, O. Bos 771
BBARD8LEB dk PAOE
Architects and Builder).
Offlce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimate fur
nlshod on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen at Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden 'buildings, also
Office and residence. 312 Queen At.
near Government building.
M. P. BERTELMAN'8
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street Order left at either shop
or offlco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Jspanes Firm.
Fiie English and Aericai goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O. Boa q6i.
CLEANING I --
Udk iklni cIm4. Clothlsc '
Imm4, dy4 sni r.pilreJ.
FH fuarMM4. Lolprlc
Fori tn, wr Kukul, a4
our OrpkMai TkMMr.
Prlot: Cltulir mm Mil, tic;
Dytu wit Sm '
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In trie
lead. Your neighbor baa told you
about us and It you haven't al
ready begun to trade with us
you aro wishing you were.
W. will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week because wo keep every
thing in tho grocery line, but
the Inducements we offer are
John R. Bergstrom,.
Bcrgstroa Music Compaiy
Madame A. Schoellkopf, '
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension ot Hotel 8t,.
opp. Adventlst Church, '
TEl. MAIN M9.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KINO AND
'AL1F0RNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS:
ICB H0U8B GOODS
: o . "... . as,-.,; r
.m &&? .fc:A AAA, .t:
:t- . &
ri, 1 jsb. VuSu.FM. ttCMIt J ',
U4W V lUrniUWkJI 14 ,ttHU , ? -J i 1JX1