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FRII)A,Y OCTOHKR 18. 1901
Oovcrnor Dole, It must be coneoded
made n great success In getting ph)ll
clans to apparently contradict them
selves and that on paper.
Lest e forget, the llullctln publishes
In another column the comments of
Thurston's Advertiser In June, 1S!9. on
the Ilnr Association and politics.
Thurston's mind on the Har Assocla
ilnn m,.t nnlitle rl.iiici according to
i,..tl,or hA inirn1 the .ludces or not.'
Th.. mmmiinltv nEri'f with Thurston's
1R99 Idea that the Independence, of thol
Judiciary should always be maintained.!
and regrets that he should have been
th l.nder In tne attu.nt made In this
year of our 1-ord 1I to assassinate I
the good name of an honest, Indepcn
When tho Hall & Son block, was re
built the llullctln called attention to
tho fact that the building projected on
King street, the government having
failed to maintain tho proper street
Ihlne. The contention was made bj the of leading beet sugar producers today
survey department nt tbnt time, that,-'tUna'-,' Hc beet sugar production
the materia, for the building bMU S.S'a.Z
ordered and by forcing Hall & Son to-,,.,,, 'a-,.,..,,-. ,, snnnnn mn!
build on thu proper street line nearly
all tlie building material would havo to
be changed, entailing great expense.
Tho opportunity now offers to placo
the Hall block on the proper King
street line and give tills street Its
proper width In one of Its most crowd
Mi portions.. Whn. has the survej de
partment to say? Has It made any ef
fort to have the block about to go up
conform to the street line?
Dr. Sloggctt won a complete victory ,
In his struggle to eliminate tho rock
crusher from the vicinity of tne Insane
Asvlum anil strange as It mav seem Ins i
chief opponent was Mr. Dole, Governor
of tho Territory. Mr. Dole went plain-
ly on record In opposition to tho report
of two Orand Juries and produced stcn-1
ncrnnhln pvlilenrn tn nrmn Ills l.nleav -
ors to dcscredlt Uie lontentlons of
PriMlilcnt Sloggett. After all that was
said and done by the Governor, It wns
Pi-rsldent Sloggctt and Superintendent
fUid who settled the matter, uuilrabiy.
satisfactorily and without unnecessary
n.t..rinr.a inin lmnnnllill!ilp These.
two men showed the business' ability I
....,i,. m utk. ti... ,.rnhim nn.i ..i.
conierenci) Indicated about what was
expected, that departments enn get
along better without Interference from
XliEP IT OUT OF POLITICK.
ll'rom l. C. Advertiser of Juno
Do tho gentle men who are promot-1
lug tho organization of a Ltar Asso
ciation intend to keep it within tlu
llneri usually followed In making up
such organization In thu ninny States
and cities, or do they Intend to turn
It Into a polltlcnl machine? i
Ilnr Associations throughout thu
cejiintry stand strictly neutral In po
ll leal matters. Only In maintaining
tie Integrity of tho Ilcnch do tliev
v nturo to inltuenci) legislation, and
oily when them Is an almost unuul
nous feeling In favor of Intervention
di tliey venture on political ground.
Tho lino between professional and
jnrtleaa obligation Is not a distinct
one, and it Is cautiously approached.
For this reason, any political action by
liar Associations Is Invariably spon
taneous, united, and arises out of
somo grave crisis.
No doubt It would have been a wise
thing for thu Judges and tbo lawyers
to havo co-operated before this time,
in organizing a liar Association, The
experienced members of tho Bar
should have taken thu lead In tho mat
ter. It is unfortunate that they have
not douo so. At Ihu sauio time, If the
younger members of thu liar tuke the
lead, they should placo tho prominent
men In front.
Tho motives of thoso who aro pro
moting tho organization of a Har As
sociation are a little open to criticism.
when it appears that tho chief object
of this rather sudden movement Is to
Intluencei Congress in Its legislation
regarding tho retention of thu present
Judges In office.
If there aro reasons for tinning the
present judges out of olllce they exist
ed when'tbo Commission wns In ses
sion here. Hut no effort wuh niadu
to Influence tho Commission, and the
Commission wuh Intormcd on nil sldcH
that tho present Judiciary was most-
What, then, has suddenly stimulat
ed members of thu ltar to sudden hos
tility against tho judges? Why do
they propohu to mnko up n liar Asso
ciation, and club thu prcseut Judiciary
with It? Tho proposed law of Ton
gross, retaining the present Judges In
ofllco lias buen before tho public for
some months, and there lids been no
opposition to It.
If tho movement to got them out of
ofllco is duo to several recent deel
alons. which are not held to bo cor
rect by somo attorneys, then It is a
direct blow at tho independence of tho
Judiciary, It means tho dragging of
tho liar Association, If formed, Into
tho meaucut kind of politics.
Tbo Supremo Court of tho United
Co.... I,. t,o.. .!.,, ,,,,,.,1 ,!,
again hy all sorts of people, who all
not llko Its decisions, and a good
many voluhlo anil foolish spceihcs
havo heen mudo In Congiess nhout tlm
errors of that high tritium:!, hut no
liar Association has ever rritlclsed It.
Ilio Labor Unions would reconstruct
that court today If they nad tho power
to do so, but tho people stljl havo faith
lu Its Intulllgoncei nud honesty.
It would bo moro crmlitnulo for us
to show tho people) In Washington
that wo aro really an intolllgeiu com
munity than to fall to wrangling
among ouruelvoB, and create au lm-
lireBnlon there that we nro n lot of
nondescripts and beachcombers, who
dii not trust each other, and nerd close
The members or tho liar who nro
recent Immigrants Bhould tindcratand
that the men who control the biHncsi.
of these Islands do not forget that tho
preservation of Anglo Saxon lnstltn
lions here, timing tbo last twenty
years, has been largely uuo to the In
dependence of the Jimges. and they
will not submit quietly to ste thoso
men removed from ofllco who hao
done so much to build up this little
Stnte. The citizens of this lli'lo ennv
munlty must submit to tho rule' of de
mocracy, but the old kamaauiao will
surely not forget tho Judicial bulwark
winch hns prate ctrd them ho long.
Applause Is always a good Indication
of satisfaction on tho part of an audi
cuce and therefore last night's audi
cuce that listened to the singing of
Madame llelle Cole and the lolin plaj.
lng of llatmund l'echotosch were cer
tainly satisfied. There was not a num
ber that was not applauded enthuslas
tlcall) niul. In the case of several nuro
b rs, the nudlence would not listen to
nthlng but a reappearance of the
performers. To take, tho numbers up
In dctnll would bo useless. The audi
eiue v.as pleased and that Is nil that
the performers contracted to do.
Madame Helle Coles number weie
ccitnlnly foremost on the program,
Her stlo was excellent, her phrasing
nit refreshing and her expression
impressive. Her comprehension of each
number denoted a breadth of mind.
developed by cars of careful stud
Washington. Oct. 5. Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson, alter careful coU'
gldcratlon of tho reports and estimate
j.orto itCOi intyoo tons: Hawaii, 301V
oou tons; totnl, Tuo.ouo tons.
The beet sugar production In tons
of Western States is as, follows: Cali
fornia, 80.000: Colorado. lln.OOO; Utah.
15.000; Washington, 2000; Oregon
CRITICISING THE WAR
New York. Oct. 8. Regarding the
South African situation, the Indon
representative of the Tribune cables-
I no guerilla nanare agamm mc
Salisbury gov eminent
and tho war
otate ' ' ' I" ogress,
ut what it
ucscriuiu in rxuKKeruieu mhv . ..u
' outburst of popular Indignation has a
suspicious sound of stage thunder.
"Tho bulk of criticism COIDCS irom the
conservative pros, but It will not tin
'"K Wore parliament rcnoscinblcs and
! th,,so camlld friends w.il be extol-
'"B ho statesman like, course of th
Ministers and the olnrsMlKP t.wlt
Ue u' ' Secreturvuf War,
"A series of public meetings protest
lnB "gainst the unsclenullc methods of
condue ting the wnr would tin more
significant than the ccmplalntr and
grumbling of regular party organs re
spectlng minor details.
"One of the sources rf lue disturb
ance has been Lord Kitchener's 'piano
order' which has enabled caustic writ
ers to dampoon Ilrltlsh officers as car
pet knights fighting Doors to blow mu
sic. The full tfct of til it order has ap
i penred and the truth Is nun known
that the superfluous biggage objected
to by Lord Kltclic net ns Inconsistent
with the molillltv or ruin? iciliMnns
wan not ord'nary military equipment
but loot taken from the house, of lloera
notnlily kitchen r.inses. furniture, lur
inoniuniH and pianos vvhicli ought to
li.ive been left hchln I when the lines
nt communication were reached."
Washington, Oct. S. President
Ilo&sevelt today decided to appoint to
the vacant District Judgeship in Ala
bama former Governor Thomas Ooode
Jones of that State. The appointment
will be announced Monday. Governor
ones Is a Democrat in good standing.
Ho served ns Governor of Alabama
from 1890 to 1891, and bis administra
tion was distinguished for the suppres
sion of lawlessness, and also for tvvica
raising tho tax rate In the face of
strong opposition In order to preserve,
the financial credit of the State.
The appointment of Governor Jones
Ik regnrded hero us n precedent of great
Importuure. It minks out the path
which President Itoosovelt has decided
to follow In Southern appointments.
Tho best available men for Federal
ofllteg will be chosen, regardless of
GIVES LABOR MONEY
Kail River, Mass., Oct. 9. Krom the
staudpolnt of the local cotton manu
facturers, thn unu nf Mntrhou C II.
Horden of New York, owner of tha
Ameiicnn Piint Works nnd Iron Works I
mlllx, aro past finding out.
Without solicitation from any quar
ter, Mr, Llorden recently caused to ho
posted In the four big mills of his local
plant 110th es of a 5 per cent advance
in wages of the thrco thousand nica
and women cmploved there, und thus
nuened the way for 11 llk Increaso lit
tho wage's of the 117,000 operatives who
tvork in tho other mills of Fail Itlver,
and the great arniv of their fellow
workmen In Now lledtoid, Lowell,
Law re nee, Lewlston, Providence and
tUn n.li.-. M..Kn A,.tn ..A... n. VTa.
.! , ",u """ . VUllUH .cuicm W ,.!
This voluntary movement by the
Now YorU manufnetuicr adds $1000 a
week to the pa roll of his own cm
plot ex, and ten times as much to the
wages ht other local mill help.
"What Is a conjunction?" asked tbo
teacher. "That which Joins togeth
er," wbb tbo prompt reply, Oivo an
Illustration," said tbo teacher. Tho
up to date miss hesitated and blushed.
"Tho marrlagci service,' she. said at
last. Chicago Post.
HIS 11 OUTPUT
HIS BJ0K WRITTEN
ON SPANISH WAR
Also Can't Explain Attitude of Admiral
Sampson Towards Army-Hot
Shot For His
New York, Oct. 5. General Alger's
book on the Spanish-American War,
vvnich his publishers stnte "has been
dela)cd nnd changeu becauso of tbo
death of President McKlnley," will ho
issued next 'Ihursday.
General Alger opens his book with
a survey of tne uuonn situation in tJo
and comments upon our unprepared-
ness tor war at tnnt nine, ana mo
splendid spectacle of tuc country's re
sponse to thu Government's ultimatum
upon Spain. Ho then leads vne reader
tnrougn tne nurricct preparations lor
wnr, tne persecutions of tho office
seeker, the disappointment of nun
ureds of volunteers, tbo demands of
senconst cities nnd towns lor imme
diate protection, and tbo savage crll
ii Ism ol the military nilmtnlsuatlon'r
plans of uignnlzatlou and tho battle
wnn npnnremly endless shortcomings
nnd grlevnnces. Then follows thu
embarkation at Tampa, which was st
vercly criticised at tne time, but wlilcli
(lencrnl Alger Is convinced, all things
considered, was not a mistake
'the nceount ol thu march on San
tlngo is graphically pictured.
liiu Duok takes up, thu "round rob
In" signed by the general officers of
bnnftcr's nrni). while thu negotiation!
(or surrender were pending. In whleh
it was stated that tms army must
miitii nt ntirn nr ft ulll nnl lull, from
thu fovers thren I nlng the camp, (len
crnl Alger has no criticism to offer ol
tLu round robin Itself, but says that
Us publication was ono of thu most un
let eiiiiiito ami rcgrctaluo incidents or
Genernl Alger reviews at length the
uifferences between General Sbnltor
and Admiral Sampson, and conclude
this chapter in theso words:
It is difficult to account for Admir
al Snmppsons seeming attitude to
ward tho Army during tbo operation
belore Santiago, as well ns lu oxcus
him for his contradictory statements
subsequently made In bis official re
port. After tho .Id of uly tnu Admir
al s conduct may be due to the keen
disappointment resulting from his non
participation In the engagement with
L'urvCra's squadron, l'osslbl) ho felt
that Shatter s request for a conference
on the morning of .iuly 3d, Innocent
though It wns, was responsible for his
being deprived or too honor or nctlve
I) participating ns Commander in
Chief iti one of the most remarkable
victories In the aunnls or naval war
Genernl Alger reviews the Miles
i:agnn contioversy over tho alleged
lurnlslilng of "embalmed beef" to the
A I my, nnd tells of tho appointment by
the President at his request of the
commission lo luvvstlgato the con
duct of tho War Department lu thu
war with Spain.
Many thousands of boidiers were In
vltcd to give their uvldeuco without
regard to rank or service.
On the Slat or December," contin
ues General Alger, "tne Major General
'ommanillng t.,e Arm) or the United
States appeared bcloro the committee,
then sitting In Washington, nnd mnri
his statements with refcrem-u to the
canned, (rush and refrigerated beef
turnlshed to thu Army during the
"Although tho commission had been
hitting nearly three months, tho
charges with respect to canned nud
lHirl led beef were now made for
thu fl.-jt time, and. stranger an3 more
Inexcusablu and moro unsoldlerly hi
during nil thesu months, with thin
hl'l'-ii'lld Mmvv lodges or mt which. If
,:.':L"X.I"'.7'.'. 2 !""!ll.1'a.? .'V.'""! "
'1,(11',, I t ,l,T .H-.,T-,, J II, 1TUI IUI IIIU
pnituctlon nf tlm Army, Oeuoral Mile
'lad noviir mentioned ,.ie mibject.
CIIARGBO Willi IRKAfcON
London, Oct. 8. Dr. Krauuo, the
former governor of Johannesburg who
was arrested Sept. '1 on (be charge of
high treason, wns arraigned lu court at
llow street today ami charged with
high treason and incitement to murder.
1 he former charge Is connected with
the surrender of Johannesburg, when,
according to the public prosecutor, Dr.
Krause obtained from Lord Koberta
twenty-four hours' armistice on the
pica that street righting would thereby
bo obviated, und utilized tho jictlod in
getting all the Doer fighters out of
town and sending U1S,000 to Pre
toria. After Dr. Krause had been
paroled ho went to Europe; and applied
to Dr. Lcyds, tho agent of the Traus
vual, for money on account of these
UNION OF INSURANCE CO'S
New York, Oct. 5. The share
holders of the Atlas Assurance Com
pany of Loudon will lecelvo three new
shnies of tho Phoenix nud A'Uis i ,ro
Company, Limited, for four old Atlas
shares, s.is tho London eorreipondcnt
nf the Journal of Commons. The
umount.of the subscribed capital of the
-". ...,. cn,,uuu ni wmcu tiu.uuu
wan orlglnnllv paid and a boium of
21,000 hns slnco been added It Is ex
pected that Ixird Aver) will 'iu chair
man of 'the Phoenix and Atlas Fire?
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
, friiit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OHPICIi LANE.
Fino Job Printing ut tho Bul
EVRNINO nUl.LWTIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. KHIDAY. OCTOI1KII 18, 1901.
BRADLEV7 and HUBBARD
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
These g"oJs were ordered Irom advance
sheets of the eataloue of the above manu
facturtrs, and are the latest In dtslj.n and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'lie 10000 feet of Harden
Hose lately received, the ' Emtlv F. Whit
ney" brought uj to.ooo ft. mere, making
TWENTY TH0U8AND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever qaoled In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
2 Buggies, Surries.
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
S Brakes, Harness,
J Etc., Etc. - - -
0 of a. SCHUMAN, LTD. The best line of ixxls mi the
0 Islands. Agents for the famous Studtbnker Vehicles.
0 KELLY-SI'RINOFIIiLD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
2 G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
X Merchnnt Htrcet, between Fort and Alakea.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicated Prl Winner, P.tris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Qaality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
I3S Merchnnt Ht., next
That's what wt believe of thu beautiful new stock of ART
NOUVE U PAPERS which we will receive on "Al.tmecla." We
will not try to not it, but instead will .sell them at as"tonisliln low
flCUie:.. riNHST PAPERS KVl-W S5EN IN HONOLULU. CALL AND
SEE the samples. :::::::::
WALL PAPERS, LINOLEUflS and WINDOW SHADES, at
Heretanln 8t., next
'PhoTie Main 358.
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.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to 8tnnftcnwiild Building.
to corner nf timmti.
P. O. Sox 833.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. ISerctnnln inlet Pauulil.
P. O. Box 878.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukdl 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gon salves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
oppoxltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN UOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
AIsd proprietor of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hlre'a Rcot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Ratpberry, Strawberry, Saraapa
rilla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cldor
and Soda Cocktatta.
Mineral Watera Carltbad, Cor..
grew, Llthia, German Mineral Water,
Seltier, Vichy and Pure Dlatllled Wa
ter from the Barnatead 8111, Boaton,
for family and medical uae a specialty.
Brewa and Aerated Water, GOc per
doz. Dlatllled Water in 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallop and 60c charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Tho purci julco of tho etrape
fniit, cnroonatcil onlyby .
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agent for Territory of
Island ordcrx solicited.
601 Fort 'St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
and wholesale liquor.
GdoJs delivered free to all parts of city,
Telephone Muln 819.
constantly arriving koeps our
establishment alvvayi In th
Your neighbor has told you
nbout ub au9 It you haven't ii
ready lieua to trado with tu
you aro vvUblns you veoro.
We will not advertleo migar,
canned goods or cookicn this
woe'k because wo keep ovory
thing In tho grocery line, but
tho Inducements vo offer are
SuWribn for tho WEKIU.Y
UULLKTIN, only $1 er unnuin.
Fino .lob I'riiitinir aL.tbo Util-
ArchlteeU, Contraetora and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANQSNWAID BID ,
J. F. RILEV
Hoffman & Riley
P. O Bos ite
Oeo. W. Pago.
F. W. Uoardslee.
P. O. Bos 77S
BEARDSL.ee A PAOE
Architect! and Builders.
Ofllco, Itoorr.s 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates tur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS. ' '
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick nnd wooden bultdlncs. also
omco and residence, 312 Queen ftt,
near Government building.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street Orders left at cither shop
or office nt Jobn Nott'a store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine Eiglish and American Goods
6; Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOS 061,
Uirt ttlrtclcanJ. Clothlnc
ctMti4, &yt4 end rtMtrr4.
Suits m3t to orir,
Fit ffuarante4. LoitprtCfc,
Fuf CtrMt, nar Kukul. ani
nr Orpht ua Tfttr.
P'lc.i: CU.nlsc mm mil, ,jc
Dytlnr mlt Sj .,
ilENRY ST. GOAIt
MetnberH Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND UEALEIIS 1.
Particular attention given to pur
chase and aale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
6nn Francisco. Cal.
W. C. Achl & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo villi Iluy or Soil Ileal Estato la
all parts of tho group.
wu win Hen properties on Reason
10 WEST KINO 8TREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House aid Let
on tha makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AHD BOD BROKER
.REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Ber'gstrom,
Ifergstrom Music Company
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8t,
opp. Adventlst Church,