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EVENING BUMATIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 23. 1901.
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at 210 Ring Street, Honolulu,
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WEDNESDAY.... OCTOBER 23, 1901.
The InvcHtlfiatlon of Commander 1 II
lc)'fc rccon In Samoa ratnrnllv tnakcit
li-iwrll wonder wheth-'r there l a liar
Association tt the t'spo Pago nauit
Yesterday's steamers took away 113 1
Japanese and brought U3. This In awnj hIioiiiu mo snenu nave laneu 10
fair average of Japanese arrivals and l arrest llumphrejs on the occasion of
departures for the past year, and Is Uls recent visit to the scenes of what
plain refutation of nn possible cbargo Thurston's organ sujs Is his 'crlml
tLat Hawaii Is flooding Its labor mar-.nal record?"
v,i uv, l.nonw. Is It truo or not truo, that the
Colonel Wntterson's announcement
that ho will enter the field for political
honors Indicates that tho elderly men
of th Nation bit no mind to take a
back sea, Just because, the affairs ol
tl... .....nlrn nr I.OII.T ,1 IWtnl 111 tllUI"
youngest President In our history
1 1V .t'SjllJ " "r .....-.--.
The call for a special election li ho
ll.i .llatlt ulll inrin fnr rvrltemellt
Hllo district will serve for excitement
on the big Island and there will be
many Interested spectators In this city.
in .ne ia e.eci uu . .ir,...u..i
forces of Hllo gained pni. Inenco for ,
apparent lack of oragnlzatlon. Tl u'V.
now have a chance to make good nlth
very short period to be devoted to
Hawaii will have nil It wants to doT,lomul( rcnllllltlnB them ,0 follow tt
In fighting free trade In Cuban sugar lnat (u,y ,,, wrUe tncr vcki.
without nstlng anj tlmo In doing j burK LOrrP1I)0niicntB, )ftbi,ey & Me
ptilltlcs. Tho chief product of these Cabo au, (ho rcI,,y camc back ,ha,
Islands has not been so erluljr umph hat, necr med , vlcks.
threatened since the days of 91. but ltbuw t,,lt WBR n member of a dls
seems Impossible fliat the Republican tnglll8.ie,, fan,uy nt Columbus, Miss,
party will goon record as upsetting Its" omo m , lIlgant?
protective policy through tho medium , trc of ot tnlc Bt TnHron.
or reciprocity, i K(tm(,y Pt als, cannot find n slnglo Ue-
l ne .uirinpi 10 uruvt a cuniiui iruu
bittteen the Stow art contempt case und
Attorney Kinney's delajlng of court
proceedings Is unfair and mallclom
like all of the Advertiser's dealings
with the Hrsl Circuit Court. Tnn
Hiewart anair arose irom u mis
understanding easily explained ns af
terward appeared. The explanation
was not only satisfactory to the court
hut to every fair minded man who gave
the matter tho slightest attention.
, to support by fact the slanderous In-
I'resldeut Roosevelt's policy toward tiucndo expressed this morning that
the South has been characterized as politics or personality havo tho slight
an elimination of the negro, the Infer- est force or effect in tho action of
ence being that he will give white men Judge (Jear or nny other Judgo of tho
the preference. No statement coild First Circuit Court.
be moro misleading. President Roow
velt Is on the lookout for and demands
superior men without reference to ruee,
color or previous condition of servl-
tude. If tho negroes of the South can
furnish first class, capable men there
Is no danger of their being wiped off
President Roosevelt's slate.
Fortunately the decision In the Kit-
hala water license controversy does not
Jeopaidlze any of tho water privileges
thus far secured by large vested Inter-
"e-sts This, however, docs not In any
way lessen tho necessity Tor positive
nctlon bv Conuress that shall settle
action uye-onkress mat huiiii settle
public land questions oneo and for all.
i no legaiuy or an irunsaciinns ny mo
local land omcu uie now open to j
contest merely through vague provi
sions of the present law. Stability In
land transactions that makes for full
confidence and consequent prosperity
cannot be secured till Congress gives
us a new law or positively ratifies the
old ones of the former Republic.
THURSTON'S 8LANOER CAM
PAIGN GOES ON.
Tho supposition that Thurston had
gained wisdom from the scoring ad
ministered to him and his thirty-six
followers by Attorney General Kuox Is
short lived. For two whole days
Thurston's organ of spite has not giv
en tho Circuit Court, which ho has
sought to defame, a lino of editorial
On the third day he opens nut again.
W. A. Kinney, the notorious con
tempt lawyer of the llumphrejs cam
paign was properly fined by Judgo
Gear for being late when a case In
which bo was Interested was called.
The Judges of tho Circuit Couit havo
had occasion to fine Jurors for being
late. Thurston remains quiet. Judge
Gear fines Attorney Klnnny, one of tho
Immortal thlrtj'-scven, snd Thurston
arises In wrath, flinging the Innuendo
of political Judge, i . the Judgo of tho
Had a lesson not been given tho con
tempt lawyers by Attorntj Ucnetul
Knox It Is safe to say Klnnej would
have appealed to the Supreme Court,
Thurston resumed the practice of law
and his organ begun frothing at the
mouth with demands that Gear bo re
moved. Experience, however, has
caused tbo leading assassins of chui
acter to be more clicumspcct In their
operations, but the expression used In
Thurston's organ this morning
"Moral: Don't fail to do politics with
the court." shows that tho campaign
to discredit Independent courta of jus
tlce In this Territory Ib still going on,
with malicious Innuendo as Its corner
stone and political spite aa Us motive
The Inference that politics influence
the operations ot Judge Gear's court
la as malicious as Thurston's contin
uous attack 'on Humphreys and the oft
repeated refeienco to Judge Humph
reys' "criminal'' record.
This calls to mind that the official
organ of tho Dole-Thurutod ring has
nothing to say In reply to the challenge
that Humphreys' "record" be given to
the public. Their discretion Is perhaps
to be commended, as they know tin'
charge to lie utterly false. They ought
ni least be nllllng to report to the pub
lic the wn8 and means used to scuirn
material by which Humphreys' char
acter might be defamed.
Is It truo or not true that Thurston,
Kinney ct nls. employed a member of
the law Arm of Chtckerlng ft Thomas
to go to Arizona to secure llumplirrji'
Is It truo or not true that this Ian-ycr-dctectle
could secure only uu affi
davit from the man Cooper, who tried
to defeat llumphrejs' appointment,
that Humphreys hail robbed two
widows, whose names he could not and
did not gle, and that llumphrejs went
to San Francisco and eluded thu Sher
iff of Plniil county, Ariz, by going to
Honolulu. Was not this so-called
criminal charge entirely disproved by
the same sheriff when he, on the oc
casion of Judge llumphrejs' visit to
Florence, still lielng sheriff of l'lnal
county, Ariz., contributed to and was
present at a banquet given by leading
citizens of the town In Humphreys'
honor. If wl.at Cooper said was truo
Thurstun - Kluney ring supplied this
lawjcr-dctectlve with two letters In
" the r.crs said Humphreys was
a man e-i v.tm-m ..... . ...... iuu.
"hen "' '"orflof Ar'",Va M
" "" " "". -
Is It truo or not true that In search-
I nc for Iliimnhrejs' Mississippi record
the Thurston-rtlnney ring found only
Umm,,ir,,yit ttai) a member of one
of the oldest, wealthiest anil most in'
Ouvntlul families of the Stnte; that no
man, untnnn or child could be found
M , , f hra?
Qr tnf) that R
, , nnoymous lctterglv lURllum
. ... ,... i v,.,
' 'Klmiey ,mrac(llate1v Mtw his
town character by forwarding this
aneinjinous letter to Chtckerlng A
I tall of Judge llumphrejs' career, since
tlc aaj or Mh birth, to support tile
charge made In Thurston's organ that
' llumphrejs has a "criminal record."
or any Indiscretion that compares
th the use om an anonymous letter
The Ilullctln. challenges Thurston
,,n,l 1,1. nro,.., f.. nmhii. unv .1.1.11
Hint mlKlit kervn (n nri.lnnllnle III.
rh..r. tlmt .hid iinm.ihrm. ,. n
Ti,B iti.iiMin , h.ii.nr.. Th,,r.im,
and his organ to produce any evidence
No such evidence can be produced.
Thurston knows It. His constant ham
mering at the Judges of the First Clr
cult Court is mereh part and parcel
of the Thurston scheme to degrade tho
courts, to rule, or ruin
No'cs on Word
Ifnu nm nnn iti.tr tinltir.il hnu tnnnu
woriis thnt denote violent action begin
rot with "11" but with "sp?' Sarah
lOiand's favorite words, like spank,
spark, spasm, speed, spill, spin, spit,
,nII- splinter and splutter, spring,
H'"".n nml l"'rt. nil begin with theso
"'J11""1"11" two letters, while) spears,
8 ani, B1,kPg ,f )10t violent In
aemselles. generally conduce to
(nearly as maiij violent actions in otlv
ers an their neighbor, splto. Is It pos
sible that the eTTort necessary for
pronouncing eneetlvely words begin
ning with this diphthong In Itself sug
gested tho Idea of violence? If so, It
can only bo to' English ears, for Ital
ians and Spaniards manago to lisp out
spa prettily enough. rail Mall Ga
zette. Uncle Ephralm's rusty hat droops
humbly over his black and wrinkled
forehead; his coat pockets. are sagging
away from his coat; one knee Is cov
ered with a blue patch, the ocher one
with n whlto one sewed on with black
thread: his shoes are full of holes', and
it would puzzle any one to declare the
original color of any a -tide of his ap
parel. Ho pulls off the drooping hat
ns he looks over my garden fence, and
gives me a smile that makes mo feel
bettor for an hour. "Miss Alice," he
asks, cheerfully, "you don't know no
body that wantster hltn nobody to do
nothln' fer 'em ills mawnln', does you?"
AiUertleement. "A nn Iilutorlcal
romance. Posthely the grcut Ameri
can not ell Written by Aramlnta Jean-
netle Featlicrstone with one hand tlpd
behind licrl Tho nlno hundredth thou
sand sold beforo the author had given
the book n thought, or, Indeed, beforo
shf had written more than fifty chap
tersl Piufuseiy Illustrated with nine
thousand steel plates having nothing
whatever to do with the story, and
twnt)-BOen tliouxaml vsood engrav
ings only icmotely bearing upon the
same! For sale ut nil dry goods
shops'" Detroit Journal
Punscil.-jProfessor "If a pemon In
good heiillh, but who Imagined himself
sick, should send for you, what would
you do?" Medical Student "(live him
something to mako him sick, and then
administer an antidote." Professor
"Don't waste nny moio time Iipip Hang
out youi shingle." New Yoi k Weekly.
. i i 1 1
The Sc hemer. Dick "Kverj'body":
remarking how soft you nro on thit
wealthy MIbs Wllfel. What are our
chanies for her?" Jack "Very prom
ising. She likes me pretty well, and
I'm doing my best now to get ber pa
tents dead-set against mo," Philadel
Ho Woll, dear. If I am a fool, of
course I can't bolp It. ..in Hut you
can help showing It, dear; other men
THE HUGAH WAR.
(New York Commercial.
The attention of tho commercial
world Is again directed to sugar which,
with coffee, has formed the center of
Interest on many provlous occasions.
Mr. Havemejer seems to bo competing
with Mr. Borden In tho presentation of
War to the knife and kntfo to tho
hilt" Is tho cry at Kansas City, whero
tho American Sugar Refining Company
has assumed a belligerent attitude to
ward the Independent beet sugar re
finers, who have had the temerity to
"beard the lion" In other words, to
loll refined beet sugar at 10 cents un
der the combination price of refined
But while an effort Is being made to
confine tho trade war to Kansas City.
the effect of the cut 'in prices Is un
settling to trade elsewhere, and far
reaching. The American Sugar Refin
ing Company virtually makes the dec
laration that It holds the monopoly of
refining sugar, and any company or In
dividual that attempts to refine sugar,
either beet or cane, must expect no
quarter; for' the mills of the "com
bine," like the mills of, tbo gods,
whlie they grind slowly, "grind ex
ceeding fine." Mr, Havemeycr's com
pany wishes to be absolved from the
chargo of desiring to kill the beet su
gar industry: Indeed no, "for many a
time and oft" the company has nn
nounced Itself a willing purchaser of
nil the raw beet sugar offered at mar
ket prices. But It firmly Intends to
manufacture all the refined sugar made
In the United States. On this basis It
will not only not hinder the culture
of bectB and the making of raw sugai
but will encourage tho Industry In,.
every way possible.
Under such circumstances, the Air.
erlcnu Sugur Refining Company, being
the only purchaser of raw beet stigat,
could and would dictate prices of rav
sugar, and Indirectly control the far
mer us It does tho planter,
A test of strength Is now bcln
made. It being deemed nn opportune
time to thwart tho designs of the Inde
pendent beet sugnr refiners who, if
allowed to grow and wnx In strength,
may prove a much more formidable
rival to the would-be monopoly.
The ammunition being used by the
American Sugar Refining Company, la
refined beet sugar, foreign grown ami
foreign refined, which hai been pur
chased very low. We havo nl-eady
called attcntlbn to th cfact that for
eign beet sugar has been selling1 be'nw
the cost of production. It la worthy ot
note that the price at which the Am
erican Sugar Refining Compiny Is sell
ing refined sugar at Kaniu City, Vi
cents, Is about the price rrcvalllnp for
domestic raw beet sugar, and about on
a parity with centrifugal rare sugar.
" Selling Ul .1?, Cl'BU.
n wura uinuiuu ui nn uimcii
condition of the tugar Indurtry recent
1' and tho causes for rresont eondi-
tlo""- It was then revih-l that r 23
cuius reuuciiun in 1110 pruu 01 renin a
sugar was anticipated; i redi.rtl(i: of
1.1 cents per 100 has kIiici" been made
and a further decline of 10 cents per
100 Is expected soon. Under the cir
cumstances business will languish, un
til the trade Is satisfied that tho bot
tom has been touched.
But the apparently sudden declara
tion of war against Western Indepen
dent refiners was n factnr r."l counted
on. nnd oven now Is an unknown quan
NO SYMPATHY FOR CZ0LG08?.
Utlcu (N. Y.,) ITC3S.
Tho convicts In Auburn prison de
clare that they will cheer when Czol
osz goes forth to his execution for
lie ussisslnatlon of President McKln
'ey. Among them are four mmdcreVs
who have In en condemned to death
flicy have sjnipathy for each other,
hut nnno for Ciolgosz. "AVc each bud
our cause," thoy suy, "but he bad
none." Convicts are not supposed to
know what transpires In tho outside
world, but by tho mjstcrlous system
of communication that exists in all
prisons the men confined at Aubyn
knew nit about the Buffalo tragedy,
and knew thnt tho anarchist wag to. bo
Incarcerated with them. They wero
Inclined to resent bis coming as a dis
grace. Bad men aa they are, they In
stinctlvelj felt that Czolgosz was abso
lutely depraved and without any char
acteristic worthy of respect. Czolgosz
Is going to his grnve without comfort
from any quarter. He has said that
he is sorrj and that what he did was
all wrong, but he receives no pity. He
has several weeks of misery to endure,
and when the end conies It may bo
that he will welcome it, though he Is
no more fit to die than he Is to live.
There Is In this city, bu8 tho Phila
delphia Record, a young man who
sleeps on n pillow that Is one foot
square nnd only four Inches thick. Ha
has used It cr since he was a baby.
When, at tho ag of twche, ho entered
St. Paul's school, ho took It nil the way
to New Hampshire with him, and when
ho entered Hanard ho took It to Cam
brldgo also. Starting on his wedding
Journey, be curried It In his suit case.
When he went abroad the pillow went
along. And now, when hu Is twenty
fUe, he Is more attached to tbo tiny
thing than ever, and will take It on the
briefest trips on trips of"a day, suy,
to New York, or on trips arr night to
tho country houses ot his friends. He
says he has not slept nn an) thing but
this pillow since he was seven year
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 -planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. :
J, M. VIVAS
POST OFFICII LANE.
fine Job Printing at tlio Bui
1 tin office.
OP THE FAVORITE
P BRADLEY and HUBBARD 3
P PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
These goods were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
factures, and are the latest In design and
mechanism. t . . ; ' : '
Call ea'ly and make your selections.
In addition to 'he 10000 feet of Garden
Hose lately received, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us to.coo ft, mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc.. Etc. - - -
ol Q. 5CHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Studcbnker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES put on at the loWest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant 8trect, between Fort and Alaken.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Ceifort, Fiiish, Qiality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
I8B Merchant 8t neyt
Bcretantu St., next
'Phone Main 368. , '
1178 River 8treet.
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 541.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stangcnwald Building.
AN OBJECT OF
Is the room made pretty by Deal's
Wo have removed tho principal ob
stacles In your having your houso ro
papered, by Keeping a strictly upto
(Into stock and roduclng the prices to
Host aluo for tho money In
WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
to corner of Emms.
v' 'P. O. Box 838.
MRG CO., Ltd.
Bet. Beretonlu and Pauahl.
P. O. Box 8T8.
Beer and Wlnt Dealer.
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND-IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
12 Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The Kingof Natural Table Waters,
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at tho
The Favorite of New York
and London Society
UUIldlllllO the standard
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Olnger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.t
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails. r
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50e charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Tho pure juice of the crape
fruit, caruonatod only by
feiselidatei Stfa, Water
Werks CeM Ui.
Sole Agent for Territory ot
Island orders solicited.
601 Fort 8t Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
lead. " -
Your neighbor has told you
about us anQ If you haven't il
ready begun to trade with w
you are wishing you wero,
We will not advertise, sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week bocauso wo keep every
thing In the grocery lino, but
the Inducements wo offer are
Architects, Contractors and Bulldsr. v
Edward R., Swain,
tTASOlNWJM D SCO ,
1. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi it.
Geo. W. Page.
P. W. lleardslM.
P. O. Bos 771
BBARD8LBB A PAOB
Architect and Builders.
Once, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal,
Allen A Robinson,
vtueen utreet, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, also
Office and residence, 312 Queen St.,
near Government building. '
M. R. BERTELMAN'8
18 - MOVED
To resr ot 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.
Fiie English and America! GeoaY
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O BQXg6l. TEL-WHn
Udltl- tklllt ClMMJ. ClOltllBJ
clMi4, dn4 nl rapalrrt.
Suits nsj 10 tt4f.
Fit KUMMM4. UttMpilct.
fun StrMt, Mar Kukul, nt
nar Orpbtua Tbtattr.
PtIcm CUanlac mi tun, c;
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian' Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
. San Francisco, Cnl.
W. C. Achi & Co.
We will Buy or Sell Real Eatain In
all parts of tbo group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
10 WEST KINO STREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fiae House and Lot
on the makal aid. of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and .Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK ADD BOXD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND '
FINING AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8t,
opp. Advsntist Church.
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