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RVKNINfl nUT.LVTIN. HONOLULU, II. T.. TIIUR8nAY, OCT. 24, 1M1.
fftbllthed Kvery Day Eicept Sunday
at 210 King Street. Itcnol'ilu,
T. H.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO. jTP.
WALLACE H, FAIiRINOTON...Edltoi
Bntcred at the l'nt OlHce at Hono
(nlu as second-class matter.
Par month, anywhere lu C. S....I .75
Par year, anywhere In U. 8.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance
Post Office Box 718
Tree press, disagreeable ns are their ex.
cesses, must come In the main from the
Individual sense ot duty nnd not by
Ills concluding remarks toleed the
real foundation sentiment of every loy
nl American of whatever political or
"You nnd I are Republicans. You
nnd I nrn men of the Noith. Moit of
lis are Protestants In religion. Wo are tor rcmou'd from coal supplies that
UVOLU I lUM IN RAILROAD I UfcL
The railroads of tho United State.)
spent for fuel for their locomotives last
year JSO.000,000, or about 10 per rent
ot the whole cost c't railroad operating
,n the country. In addition to the tonl
purchased for the usn of locomotives,
there Is the expense o( Its trauspnrts
t Ion. for several of the railroads are so
men of natlc birth. Yet If every Re
publican were today to fall In his place,
as William McKlnlcy has fallen. I be
lieve our countrymen of the other par-
they are compelled to carry roal for .i
One of the most Important railroads
of the country In respect to the tern-
ty. In spite of what wo deem their wry l c"es tine Bouinern racincj
errors, would take tho Republic nnd,h" not on ,tH ro,l,e a coal fle,d 'rom
bear on the flag of liberty nnd glory. Nw Orleans to San Francisco, and has
I believe If every Protestant were to ba ' hid to lmIrt Its coal from Alabama,
Mrlcken down by a lightning stroke, t Nc" Moxlio nnd Colorado. This has
that our brethren of tho Catholic 1 1'"11 onu of "8 heaviest Items of cx
falth would still carry on the Republic I'""10. mlt 8lnce tllc MtlHwitlon of oil
In tlm stilrlt nf a true nml liberal free. . a railroad fuel It Is so no longer. Oil
lluslneas of tho Uar Association con-iriom. I believe If every man of native '" Krcnt abundance has been used to-
a. a. . t a 1 ' . . a . a a I ....kill. . fi.nl 1 al ft 1 1 tit A nllA41a
THUKSDAY OCTOBER 24, 1901,
O.H THE FAVORITE
E BRADLEY and HUBBARD
IL A M PS
E PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
ducted under Thurston's direction Is
becoming superlatively funny,
birth within our borders were to die, ccntly as a fuel by all tho railroads
this day. the men of foreign birth, who! running through Texas, and on somo
have come here to seek homes nnd , Southwestern divisions of tho trunk
vi... Ti,r.!,,n nnr t,l nrun ,.p . Ilhprtv under the Hhmlnw nf the lle.i ncs ot inai section ll is ueing useu ai-
Ol'to respond to the llultetln's chal-1 pubic would carry on the Republic lnimo9t exclusively for passenger low
leugo to produce that oft repeated find's appointed way. I bellnvo If mtl,u's" . .
charge about llumphrcys' "criminal every man of the North were to dig Originally, American railroads usM
record.'.' Make no mistake. The rhal-J the new and chastened South, with the I wool ""'V as fuel. At present coil,
knee stands for all time, virtues It hns cherished fiom the bo-M't r anthracite, Is most generally
.. I ginning, of love of home and love of , the average train requiring about
ll-sld nnvlne Thurston's bill for State, and love of freedom, with Its " "" " anthracite for each one
nr Ml .final volun.lil.fs brie "bch! rKo and Its constancy, would take "'nred miles run and about a ton and
ttc vertis country and bear It on to tho 1'alf of soft coal for the same run.
L?"11!?,?.1?.?" .1?"..' achievement of Its Inftr distlnv. The. Soft coal, more available for the rall-
varriru ra u uauMih.uu, ...v ......,--- - ""'.. . -,,.,1. ,,r (I.,. iv..i .....I S....H, ..i.
anarcnisi must s.ay .nuuu.vuu Amen- "- " .-...
cans before he can slay tho Republic." '"" B I'" rellt I"-'1- lou ' """ an
Senator Hoar does not speak to the ' Ihrncltc. but oil as a fuel has been
gallerlis. His peisonal and political'101""' " ' very much cheaper than
status In the State nnd Nation Is such either, and ns It somes Into more gen
that ho doesn't have to. even If the dls- u' '9t' superseding coal as coal im
position towards such methods wero In I'erseded wood, -New Yoik Sun.
his make up. When Congress meets) "
there will doubtless ba laws against ' LINCOLN' WIFE PULLED HAIR.
nnnrehy Introduced 'vlthout number. I
Ft,eeches of the most radical character 1 Mrs. II. A. Ilaldwln, an old lady
en ougbt to make preparations for
a proper reception to Judge Humph'
reys on his return In the Sonoma next
The Uar Association call published
this morning lu the organ of the thirty-seven
seems to bo a gathering devot
ed exclusively to the uffalrs of the tlilr
t.v -seven. At the first regular session of
the Uar Association, however, that
body should not fall to pass lesolutlom
of sympathy for the thirty-seven mis
Fop aale by the
These Reads were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalovue of the above manu
facturrrs, and are the latest In dtsiftn and
Call ea'ly and make your selections.
In addition to 'lie 10000 feet of Harden
Hose lately received, the "Emilv F. Whit
ney" brought us to.coo ft. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEfiT.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
PORTO RICAN CIGARS.
Governor Pole says the calling of u
bpeclal election to (III the vacancy caus
ed by the death of Representative Kwu
l!ko docs not mean the calling of a
special session of the Legislature. It
teems impossible, however, that the
Governor can much longer remain
blind to the demands of the Territorial
situation that can only, be met by a
bpecial legislative session. The Terri
tory In all Its work Is today forced to
adopt makeshift measures productive
of no moral political or 'financial tenn- ,ha't ,he f tne frcG trm, roc.
uttered, but when nil Is said. It Is cer- now, "vlng lu Lo Angeles, who wus
taln'that the sentiment expressed by .?" "r'B ,.Vor V.r !,".'...Ijln.".'l.n.?.. n.
Senator Hoar will prevail,
sentiment of the Nation.
it. i .1 ' Sprlnglleld, 111., gives the following
11 in llic imranniil rnffil.,., Il.m nt I.lnr.iln In
ihu capital Midsummer Issue of "Los
"Wl.llo Mis. Lincoln whs living In j
HnrlniEnptil. n ludcit ut the. eltv. who.
to ...... v .. i ' was ono of the lendlnc and most lullu-,
n - .v. n, nrnnti..ni rui, 'cntlal citizens ot tho place, had occa
One of the first practical results of o rnl, n M Jncoln
the free trade proclamation Is theWU8 ,10, ovt.r.p,anicullu: , hi8 matl(,r
starting of the big cigar factory which iut ,rcsHi B,ld wng nso onreless in his
has been Idle for many months, for j manners. The Judge wbb ushered In
want of a market for the goods. jln the parlor, where ho found Mr. Lin-
As reported In this Issue, one hun coin sprnwled out ncross a couple ot
Arc. .tin, hnn.i. hnvA iu.n ioVn nn chairs, reclining nt bis ease. The J
by the American Porto Rlcan Tobacco I J'''" aYl , ',0 '',V,R,,',, ,l.",'1' I
. .i. i-. i. .... ..jiw'lriout changing lis position in thu
Co.. to make cigars It was expected J(.Htt Mr Ul?c& t.ntl.rca Into convcr-1
fit to any citizen, any political party or I
Vntifin ultli lilu lullnf
in .nn. I. At t.l k.. ni.lAI.nal ,n a .....a, I ....... .. ... .... n.
any department of tho administration. "'.,.", ," ' "L .X... fr.i.. . . ' , " . . Ii Cr "" B MrB--.
. .l-..l. ... ...... .u I Itself In the tobacco business, for the Lincoln entered the loom. She was.
tariff heretofore levied was prohibitive, of course, greatl) embnrrasued nt Mr.
It Is thought that with the money so
cured from tho Income tax the Terrl
tary can eke out a fairly comfortable
existence. A poor excuse may bo bet
ter than none, but n mere existence lij
not and, never will be the end and aim
of strong, forceful and acceptable Am
for exportation to the United States.
Now Is the time to make n reputa
tion for our tobacco In the United
States. Llk our coffee In the United
States our tobacco also needs adver
tisement. Porto Rlcnn cigars are au-
Lincoln k off-hand manner oi enter-
tnlnlng his caller, and, stepping up bo-
hind her husband, -io giasped lilm b i
the hair nnd twltchi-d his head about,
at tho same time looklug nt hi in re-!
.Mr. Lincoln npparcutly did not no-
peiior to any brand In the world. (tlco the lebukv. Ho rl,'ply looked up
iinvuna cigars nave mis repiiiaiion,tuL ina mil-, men ucrosH iu iuo juuge,
One of the most interesting Incidents but I'orto Rico has the quality. All, - without rising, said:
of the Schley Inquiry was the objection that Is necessary Is to prove tho facts. I "'Little Mary, ullovv mo to Intni
thIk-H tn lh nrimiaslon m evlctenc of If wo never let the rnl nut nf tl.n hnff'"'10.0 'ou ,0 "' friend. Judge So and
- I -ll. . .1... 0.n.l.n .1.. ...!. II lit !..... ...! ...IS'O.
0 lintKitaiur ttruiin uu iiiu siuiiHKU iiv jiumiii: nut Miniin ii-uiuiu in mi:
campaign of which Admiral Samp
fcon 'was the duly published au
thor. The man who raised the objec
tlnn stated that he had written news
paper and magazine articles for promt
Dent men who were credited as being
the authors. Tjie beat of it is the court
austalncd the objection, thereby ad
dark. What we need is constant and
persistent advertisement In the Unit
ed States of our cigars'.
We in Porto Rico, of course, knovf
that the cigars which were sold as tho
very best Havanas. and which there
fore brought the very highest price,
were Porto Rlcan cigars, parading un-
mlt ting that the fact of a man's naiuo i der tne name "Havana." The corabl-
belng published in connection with a nation of Porto Rlcan quullty and Ha
magazine article Is not prima tacle evt- v
dence that ho wrote It. Admiral Samp- price. Wo must shake oft this Incum
son Is undoubtedly capable ot vvrltlns I brnnce and tefuse to pay Havana's nil
the article referred to but tho chances vcrtlslng bills with a big commission
are he had little time to devote to such besides nnd do our advertising on our
work. If the private secretaries or ov,n account.
"It will be remembered that Mrs.
Lincoln's maiden uamo was Mary
Todd, and that she was very short in
BELIEVES IN BULLK. I.
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. -
of O. SCHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Stud. baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINC.FIELD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcrchtint Street, between Fort and Alakea.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22; Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
Architects, Contractor and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. RlUt
Hoftman & Riley
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE..
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
P.O. Bti ife
Ooo. W. Page. TeL 221
P. W. Ueardalea. I. O. Box 771
BEARDSLJEE ' PAQB
Architects and Builders.
Ofllce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H,
Sketches and Correct Estimate fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 3b RoblriMon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Wm. Snrldge la another firm bo
licver In tho efficiency ot tho llulletln
us un udvcrtlbluc medium. It wan
X.. n Z Vr . mQ .1 Y ,, h" ," enounced In tula paper yesterday that
!."'" J."m".S. -ih.l. IL' !' I'd been given a license to Brant
marriage licenses. Tho llulletln was
on the streets ut 2:30 o'clock and
fifteen minutes later, there came a tnji
it Mr. SavldKe'a otllco door. The youn
newspaper friends of many public men I'orto Itlco has been hoodooed by ' ',',,,,', ' T. '.,,' "-
could or would Bpeak, there nould un Haana nnd sho Ins been trampled on.
questionably be some interesting iovp- . Let us wako up and do business on our
latlons as to the actual authorship of 0HI1 account und refuso to allow oth
all too many published articles ers to reap the profits of our soil,
pud even public speeches. '
BUILD MODEL CITY
Now York. Oct. 3. On tho cull of
Charles It. I,amb, chairman of tho art
committee- or tho Municipal Art
School of Now York, a meeting of tho
society has Just been held at tho Na
tional Art Club to discuss ways and
means of definitely formulating a
scheme for a model city to b erected
hi the confines or tho St. I-ouls World's
Fair. Ah tho imposition must ham
certain buildings to carry on Its work,
such as the service Imlldln;. poslor
flee, hospital, police, flro and sanitary
uppuninuius, mey couiu bo construct
cd as the nucleus of tho city beautiful
The Cerrera Testimonial Associa
tion organized to contribute something
nice to Admiral Cervcra for his treat
rcrnt of Hobfcon and generally good
lighting qualities Is in a pretty mess.
A short time ago the association dis
banded because of remarks credited to
Cervera criticising President McKlnley
and the political aspect of the Sp.insh
American war. The membors decided
tho Adml.ul was not deserving or their
contemplated tribute. They bad, how
ever, sent a letter to him telling ot
their original Intention. Now after
they have got mad and gone home, the
President of the organization has re
ceived an autograph letter from Ad
miral Cervera In which he expresses
his appreciation of the kindly senti
ment of the American people and In
diplomatic language says ho would not
be averse to receiving a loving cup,
from the hands of the American nation
or Its representatives.
oniccr In full uniform, was stnndlng In
the opening. However, he had n u-ry
kindly smile so tho young man's fears
were allayed. Then tho olllcer Mated
that there were two pairs of I'orto Ill
cans who wished licenses. William
opened his new book, did the business
nnd then Judge Dickey was sought out
to perform the ceremonies.
PROUD SOUTHERN BLOOD.
Atlanta, Gn. The Journal today
prints a letter from Theodore Koose-
veil In reply to a communication sent
him by J. It. Nutting or this city. The
leter to Mr. Nutting Is from Oyster
Hay, and bears date of Juno 14, The
then Vice President says In part:
"I am extremely proud of the fact
that one ot my uncles wns an udmlral
John De Wtlt Warner, president of in the Confederate navy nnd that nn
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
Zollhaus, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society
from among the mineral
waters ot the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Betr, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, 8trawberry, Sarsapa
rills, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, dinger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.l
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
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
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, aU9
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
near Government building.
l-f. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
IS - MOVDD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, Kim
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and America. Goods
6$ Hotel jitreet, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOS q6i.
tho Municipal Art Society, nrcslded
Tho object ot tho society Is to show
tho pooplo or tho United States and
of the world how n city should bo
built. It Is proposed to show, for ox
amplo, by means of n mlnlatiiro city
how roads nnd sticets should bu lnlil
out; bow soweis should b built nml I lie Confederacy than I had men wbos
The buhblo of """ l" 'orncrs or streots should b i fathers fought for the union.
other fired the last gun Hred aboard
the Alabama. I think the time has
now come when we ran nil of us be
proud of the valor shown on both std.es
In the Civil Wur. In my regiment I
had more men whose fathers fought In
i.,a luoperly treated ns recants llKhtlnu
iw ih iiMinln nrp wnnilpr.l111"1 "wmbeilnR. It Is also proposed i u i
i the people i lire under- )0 Bnow ow B t ,)(, , i
.'resident of the disbanded tlful nnd how to utlll.ii toward that i ,,
burst and no
ing bow the
organization will crawl out of the dlfll
A NATIONAL MLNTIMUNT.
Bo much bordering on the hysterical
has been written and spoken about
unarrhy, freedom of speech, necessity
for new laws, virtually voicing a de
cadence of the Hepubllc, that the re
marks or United States Senator Hoar
before the Massachusetts Hepubllcan
Stato convention nre at once reassur
ing and refreshing. Ileassurlni; be
ause they come fiom a man or long ex
perienco In public life, a man of un
questioned Integrity, whose Ideals have
not always been followed by his party
associates, whose experience bus not
embittered bin) or his confidence In tho
purity or the Hepubllc and tho rfilllll
nient or Its hlghist ideuls. Itefieshlng
becauso they sound the note of true
national conservatism In the midst of
the wildly discordant clamor of radical
aud practically Impossible uihul froth.
Senator Hoar's remarks dealt large
ly with the career of our late beloved
.'resident. Speaking of the act of
Czolgosz and anarchy he said:
"We enn undoubtedly provide soma
additional legal safeguards against the
recurrence of this terrlhlo crime, but
wo cannot give up rrco speech or Con
stitutional liberty, because or the dan
ger or a recurrence or such crimes. Tho
restraining or freo speech nnd of tht
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Qiality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
125 Merdhunt Ht., next to Stangcnwuld Building.
"I am anxious to visit Iloswell, unit
get the rhunco I am golni: to stop
Atlanta some time next fall."
end tho public building or every city 1 0,,wt'11 ' " neorgin town, wiicro.
largo nnd small. jMr- Hoscvclfs mother Ihed.
A letter scut to ox-Oovemor FVancIs, I 1
pifNiitent or tho St. 1.011IH Kxposiiion,
outlining this schemo has elicited u
raornblo respofrse. Tho following
committed was nppnlntpu by President
Wainer to draft a definite schema to
present to tho authorities at St. Louis;
Charles C. Halght. chairman; Charlus
It. I.nmli, Charles It. Cinkill, Charles
M. Hobinson. .Mrs. K. liegeman Hull
nnd Albert Kelsuy.
Vlllugc Club Room an 11 Memo Inl.
Six years ago when a woman who
had Helved tho town In many useful
capacities died In Dcurfleld, Massachu
setts, hur fileudu decided to erect a
fitting memoilnl. And In pluco ot 11
tablet or fountain or other token of
.mail uso, thuy conceded tho (ilea of
a Vlllago Club ltoom. In tho Ladles'
Home Journal Mary 1C. Allen tells pf
this appropriate, nnd novel trinute and
thn way It Is conducted. II consists
ot n largo room with un open lirnjdnre,
lozy window sunls and low Look cases,
.1 1 oat room, a small kitchen and clos
ets. Thn book shelves contain a frco
library ot itbuut lour hundred hunks.
A piano has been loaned and sumo ot li
ar furniture given. A number of foili
ng chairs and tables were bought. Ily
means of theso nn audience may bo
seated or a Bupper served. Tho Mar
tha Colliding 1'ratt Memorial Is owned
by a regularly Incorporated body, con
trolled by seven trustees. A commit
too of twelve women Is appointed to
see that things aro kept In order.
"No," ho said, "I haven't anything
for you." '
"Say, mister," whined the beggar, 1
"I guess you don't know how It feels
to hnvo no friends, an' " I
"Don't I. though? I'm tho official
hnndlcnppcr for the Ladles' Golf Tour
nament." 1'lillaclelphln ,. rcBs.
.-..a. .... I
Misttuss Mary, I was almost sure
once last evening, while tho policeman 1
was In the kltcneu. tbtt I, board a
kound very much like two people kiss
ing. Mary Lid you hear It only
wanbt, mum? Mistress Yes Mary 1
Then It wasn t us. Leslie's Weekly.
AN OBJECT OF
Is the room maiiu pretty by Deal's
W11 hiuo icmoitil tho principal ob
stacles in your having your houso ro
papered, by keeping 11 strictly upto
ilnto Htoel; and reducing the prices to
Ilest ulue ror tho money In
WINDOW SHADE8, ETC.
BE A L'S
Bcretnnlii 8t., next to corner nt limmn.
'Phone Main 358. P. O. Box 838.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
The pure juice of the grape
fruit, caroonated only by
Coiselidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agent (or Territory ot
Island orders solicited.
601 Fort St.
La.lt' iklrtt cImim.. ClothlBf
cltf o, dyt. and repaired.
Sulla made 4 or Jtr,
Fit suarantMt. Lo-otfrlc.
Ftxi Straat, star Kukal,' aid .
aw Orrhtua Tkaairr
Pfkta: Clunrat oat mlt, tic;
Drains mil .m
r ' M
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
, 8on Frnnclaco, Col.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
1170 River Street.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Bcretnnlii und Pauuhl.
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 641. P. O, Box 97rL
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us anS if you haven't al
ready begun to trade with us
you aro wishing you were.
We will not advcrtUo sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week bocause wo keep every
thing In the grocery line, but
the Inducements wo offer are
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN-
Wo will nuv or Sell Real Estate It.
all parts of the group.
wo will Sell I'ronertlcs on Reason
10 WE8T KINQ STREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House aid Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Kesumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK ADD BORD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstron Music Company
Madame A. Sclioellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel St..
opp. Adventlst Church.