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.I.NIMI IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU. II. T., FRIDAY. OCTOI1KR 2G. 1801.
MiMshed Every Day Eicept Sunday,
at 210 Kins Street. Honolulu,
T. 11.. by the
ULLETINPUBLISHINO CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FAHRINQTON... Editor
Entered at the lnt Offlco at Hono
lulu as second-class mallei,
Per month, anywhere In L'. S....S .75
iW year, anywhere In U. 8.... S.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post OlBcc Box 718
FRIDAY OCTOBER 25, 1901
The man who has not the courage ol
his convictions might well ponder on I
tthat use he Is to himself or anonel
,,,, a I
Again Thurston'D own refers to
Humphreys as a blackleg but he hasn't
yet taken up the Pulletln's challenge
that ho publish proof of his statements,
Those departments praised by tho
firaml Jury are to be congratulated nnd
urged to press forward In the good
work, lly not meriting criticism lh-y
are fulfilling their duty
The ladles of the Catholic churili are
taking up a most worth work hi
which they are entitled to nnd will mi-
iU..stlonably receive the .ntbuslastlc!
support of the comintinlty.
Thurston's liar Association mietlng
caned tnrougn ine pouuiions meuiuui.
of the ofllelal organ proved nothing but
a mth, an abortion and a fake, Hko
... ..... ..tV... lilnu tl.n ..fl'i.l .1 ..r.r'i,. In
111.111 UllICI IIIIUD IUV UIIIVIIII .. -
Hnln haB tome to Hnmakua. Weath
er Prophet loons' reputation Is upheld,
plantation men are happy and the
drouth becomes u detail of unpleasant
history soon to be forgotten In present
progress and future prosperity.
Haln In Hnmakua ought to have no
dampening effect on the plans to store
water In reservoirs for the district.
Measures for storing the water now
running to wnste should be pressed
forward with all the himto possible thut
the next dry season maj find tho dlt
The proprlet of toutlnulng the
night schools Is a matter that cannot
be open to marked dllfeience of opin
ion among progressive minds. Even
Tammany hall, the moat tttrogrissle
organization of the Nation would t:o;
have the temerity to closo any educ.i
tlonnl Institution whether a day hi 1 ool
or a night school
DISPLAY 111 LIU CHARACTER.
The Impression has gained ground
lh.it the Dolc-Thurstun ilug had gain
'id wisdom. How 111 founded Is this
impression Is shown In the following
published editorially by the Adver
tiser, owned by Thurston and the ac
cepted organ of the Dole government:
"In the case of one Territorial Judge,
a blackleg from Arizona, the Hawa
iian Har Association branded htm by a
vote of 37 to 7, not becnuso he could
not be "controlled" for no one ban
ever tried to control him, but bccatiss
be Is as unlit, mentally and morally to
be a Judge, ns a bunco man is to
tusblcr of a bank."
Hear In mind that mo advertiser
and the Dolc-Tbuibtoii political ring
did all In their power to substantiate
beforo tho Attorney tlencral of the
United States, this ibaige now reiter
ated, ngalnst this Tenltorlal Judge, A.
Bear In mind that Attorney General
P. C. Knox Investigated these charges
tarefully and In detail, and not only
Indicated tho Judge, but rebuked his
detainers in most pointed and telling
Then draw voui own conclusions as
to the honor, the decency, the lojalty
and character of manhood found In ilils
political ring In Hawaii ot which the
Advertiser hi tho recognized and ac
Is there any wonder the people ot
Hawaii call for a change In the admin
istration of the Territory .
CRITICISM AND SOLUTION.
The report of the Territorial Grand
Jury carries with It u pointed rebuke
for administrative capacity ot tho past
nnd markB out a pathway of reform
well within the power, tho province
and the duty of the Territorial Execu
tlvo to perform. It Ib not touched In
supercritical terms and by reason of
its general canscivntlsm In expression
become all the more forceful In Its
suggestions to minds capable of ac
ceptlng, suggestions or willing to ua
their tlmo anil inllueme toward ini'
proving conditions In the public de
partments. In some Instant cs the burden ot re'
sponslblllty rests solely with the leghv
latlvo branch on ntcount of Its falluie
to provide funds; In others the report
U a direct criticism of the Chief
Exccutlvo elnto tho Territory of today
la merely a continuation of bis udmln
istratlon nnd Indicates that during the
period whin his power was practically
absolute no effective measures were act
In motion to modernize or advance the
conditions in our public Itistltutltiiur
more especially tho Insane Asylum.
The report shows that ho allowed the
administration to drift, and tho or
ganization, whether public or private
that drifts is merely performing a
Tho condition of streets that called
for critical comment Is the direct re
sult of a lack of public funds. This la
where, tho legislative branch shares In
the blamo. Departments tannot keep
paco with tho rapid growth of th
city tenement district without monoy.
Tho amount of spnln given the In
sane ABylum seems fully warranted us
it sctB forth n statu of affairs almost
unbelievable. In fact such a statement
coming from a private citizen would
be accepted "with a grain of salt."
When It Is known that the. equipment
for this Teirltortnl Institution Is so
lacking In ordinary conxcnlcnccs as to
require Inmates tu drink from tomatn
cans, no great argument Is necessary
to convince the most thoughtless cltl
ten that radical action Is needed some
The decajlng floors of as) him build
Ings. the necessity for crowding In
mates Into cells nnd the generally
rrtroRremho conditions of the Instltu
tlon nie not the work of a day nor then-suit
of n sudden Increase In the num
ber of patients. It shows little If any
endcaor to properlj care for the In
mates of the place, ofllelal Indifference
of more than one month or one year.
It shows that In the ofllelal mind this
Institution has been a place, and a
pretty poor place at that, for detention
ruther than treatment.
The report on the rock crusher comes
nj a direct rebuke when the fact Is
still fresh In the public mind that Gov-
ernor Dole made n personal lnestlga-
tlon and n personal light In the Hoard
of Health to pieent President Slog-
gctt from earrIng out his dctcrmlna
I tlon to hate tint crusher removed from
the preclnclts of the asjltmi or at
least lis operations stopped In that
It may be offered In defense that ro
men ul of the uajlim Is being iIIrcuhs
ed. Hut removal of the Asjlum was
not cm n suggested until a dash be
tween dtpartments occurred otcr the
The situation at the pilson so far
us the warden Is concerned offered no
ground for crltlilsm, jet heio the In
illffereutc of administratis ofllcliils Is
,u)Wn hy (lu. ,ack of ,,rmli(m for
,,, ,,,,,,, , lolUiemcnt but not un-
iter sentence. A man who may ewn
tay ,,, foun, Innocent Is lbs
associate of irlmlnals,
T1C Hoform School alone, of nil the
lni,tltutlonn dealt with In the icport
has received some attention which
promises an Impiovement In the fu
ture when funds aiu available. The
Institution as It exists today docs not
nor has It for je.us been a place for
i:irrlug out the Ideals of modern re
form. It l a place for boys to scrvi
out sentences Imposed by a court.
It Is not sufficient to criticise. This
the (Iraud Jury has done. The facts
have been pointed out, nnd the citi
zens and officials must net.
An active desire and honest Inten
tion of otIUIals to work for Improve
ment Is the first necessity, (liven this
stable iitiantltv the oltlclals must havo
innnpv to ilo with. Monev ran onlv bn
obtained through legislative action.
The past Is on record nnd will be
judged by Independent progressive
men of the Federal Government.
Is It possible, however, for the Gov
ernor to continue blind to the fact
that the Territorial departments must
have monev ; that the only way to se
cure It Is by a special session of the,
. . .
I he Oiand Jury has pointed to only
a few of tho necessities of the hour.
The solution rests with the Oover
nor. The Territory Is under his ud
ulntktrntlon What will he do'
AHRAID TO VOTE.
Judge Kstee of the United States
District Court was very much surpris
ed jcitterday afternoon to have the
Kills. , . ! a
edernl (Hand Jury come Into bis coin 1 1
nnd ask If It was proper for members
of tho Jury to refinln from voting,
The gentlemen who sought this re
markable privilege of not being forttd
to express tliilr opinion are not known
nor is ine reason given for the n quest I
The Immediate presumption Is that
members of the Jury hesitate to go o"
reto.d for fear of antagonizing lertfln
Interests or Individuals with whom
they have dealings and sufTer dlstrlml-
nation In consequent?. This presumu-
tlon Is Immediate because the pust
lllttoiy of thce Islands has been so
prominently marked hy tho endeavor
of powerful men to crush thoso pre-
juming to hold an opinion differing
from that of a nillng faction. It Is to
bo hoped the piesumptlon Is not cor-
rect. for two reasons. Fltst because It
li distressing to any community to
number weak minded, hcsltnt!ng Indl-
vldinils nfmbi in onv timif cnni i thi
own for fear of antagonizing a power -
hil Influence that may do themVn In-
Jury. Second becnuso a continuance
of past customs can only result in In-
creased bitterness. Increased strlfo and
the eventual downfall of those at
tempting to overawe any citizen or In-
terfero in any way with absolute free
iloni of thought and action along In.
THE MERRY HA HA
Thero vWII bn a
meeting "of tho
Honolulu Rar As
Hotlatlon this ovt
uhu at 8 o'tlntk
In thu moms of
Alexander n n d
Baldwin on the
set tmd Moor of
which had in
cnargo tho pres
entation of the
resolutions to the
ing tho removul of
reys, will present
their leport upon
tho subjet t.
Hy Inadvertent t-
tho meeting of
hu Unr ABsocla -
tluu was tailed
for tonight to
tonslder the it
poit of the special
pointed to formu
late and pieseut
reys. ,Tht lad
that ten days' no
tiro Ib requited
yesterday t h o
mlbtnkn was ret.
tilled, thu (late or
thu tall being
t hanged to the
evening of tho tit li
of Novembm. The
met ting will take
placo I n the
rooms of Hie Kit
Tin above Is a
reflection on tho
oltlrers of the Hir
Assoc hit Ion who
dlil not "change"
any date for the
mooting. Tim llrst
and only call wns
by Vlco PreHldem
J. L. Kuulul.ou
nnd Seeretnry D.
Thu nbuvo Is
call for tho liar
ing, lly u perusal
of tho notlct) op
poslto. It will bo
seen thnt last
night and tonight
havo been men
loncd' ns meet
Judge N. M. Hubbard of Cedar Han
ds, Iown, gcneinl counsel for the Chi
ago nnd Northwestern' Hallway, was
he leader of tho nntl Cummins forces,
n the recent ltepubllenn campaign in
Is Stnte. At the Cedar Itaplds ton
entlon. Judge Hubbard's faction of
he party wns badly worsted, Mr. Cum
"Ins being nomlnnteil on the first bat
ot, to tho great surprise of his own
leutenants. Judge Hiibbnid took his
lefeat gratefully, although It wag n
A short tlmo after the convention,
hn Judge wns askeit to go to an enter
nlnment, and replied!
"No. I can't go,"
"Well. 1 don't feel like It."
"What Is tho matter?"
"Well," said the Judge, reminiscent
ly, "I feel like n gambler I onco know,
who bad plaved nil night and drank
o quench a great thirst. About 4
3'ilock hi the morning his bend was
tioggy and ho was groggy on his feet,
ind the last of his money bad dlsap
peaied. He got up and staggered to
liu bar and said to tho bartender:
"'I want you to do something for
"'No,' said tho bartender, 'I can't.'
" 'Hut you don't know what 1 want.'
"'Yes, I do; you wnnt whisky, and
'oil havo enough now.
" 'No, there you are mistaken. 1 1
lon't want whisky. I only want a.
couple of glasses of cold water and n
ow kind words.'"
To another Inqulicr, who asked bow
ho felt. Judge Hubbard told the story !
if n well-known chnraeter of bis State. I
"llnclt Jlmnile" Jordan, who wiib onco I
n candidate for State Senator In the I
Polk district. .Ionian lecelvod tho,
"t'ctilnr Itcpuhllcmi nomination, nnd '
had n big majority to go on, so felt
perfectly tonfldent about his election
A man named Mitchell, who lived
down In the eastern corner of tho dls
"rltt, wns nominated against "Untie.
Illiinile on an Independent tltknt, and
was Indorsed by tho Dcmuciats. nice-
ion day, to tho amazement or nil
iiie-bluo ltcpubllciins. Mr. Jordan was I
beaten by Mr. Mitchell. Jordan ictlr-'
ed to his farm and was not seen In
ho i Ity for several dayB. Finally, one i
dny he drove In, and a citizen hailed I
him ns be was going by on tho street
iiid asked him bow he felt. I
"Uncle Jlmnile" leaned out of his
wagon and, In a high-key voice, which I
was heard all over the street, answer
ed: "Well. I tell you how It Is. I feel
like Lazarus when he had been licked
by tho dogs." Chicago Tribune.
"There arc any number ot wmtched
people In this world who think it fun
ny to play practical Jokes!" snapped
tho Insurunio ngent. "If I bad my
way about It, I would banish tho whole
lot of them to some desert Island and
see that they stajed there. With me.
'life Is real, life Is earnest nnd tho
grave Is not Its goal' not by n long
shot, or nt least till everybody Is pro
t ted against loss by fire. i
"Tl, other day while I was engag-
ed III mv lecltlnmte business. I met n
frk,ni, wll0 a.j thnt ,,0 ,nmv r mnn
by tho name of Murphy who was In
nceii or tiro protection
A hint was all I wanted, and. get
ting Ids ndilrcss, I started to look him
up without loss of time. I found him
at homo and got down to business at
"'Aio you Mr. Murphy?' I asked.
" '01 am." ho answered.
"'I mult stand.' said I, 'that )ou nru
In need of flro piotectlnu.'
"I tint n null i. fnlut Uaa !.. i I!
IIUIU UIIIJ It 1UI11I. lilt 1 III IV till l Mil
lm.., .,,. i111,.11i rni,iiv
x tint cnulil not keep track of them
all. All I knew was that 1 was facing
-i mad Irishman who seemed intent on
murdering mo hi cold blood, without
taking the trouble to explain why ho
was tioing so. The neighbors say It
was n beautiful light. I don't know
ummi mm. I L-tJIlHMltTCtl lllfll 1 WUH
-I . ... , I . .... .
I,ltL,y '" csrnpt. vvlth my lllr and had
"" ,'1 i-on't" ' """" " ' "
.. ,-, lllltll , lon,.m,,. llln, ,,
hud just been evconimtiulnited by tho
thuuh that I le-ilUed tho situation."
Detroit Free Press,
v.,.i n ...,...
, NoVC' ""le''"1"'
,A. rl"? 0?r '"J Clillcoot Pass In a
XInc "oftw cii.ca H
,)r,,,Hi ol ,, , nu of I0 m.(1,.nt8
or tho Jouinoy to her now homo hi
Alaska MIbs Hello Weissenbach, of
SUM Pralrlo avenue, In looking for-
wnri to- "BI Welssenbni h a wedding
to Henry Isaak took place Wednesday
' Biptoralicr 18. at tho family residence
,.l t C,kJ" ll.,1 "T" J! "
tlon. Miss Wulssenlmt h mnrmm. In
no timidity at tho prospei t of making
tho trip through tho perilous pass, anil
as for Mr. Isaak, ho haa braved tho
dangers of Alaska for three years nnd
WWII WfUllll, Ul WHICH UU IlllllSeil IB loo
modest to say much, but which his
irieutls estimntu at a lame sum. llenrv
Isauk und his brother Chniles left Mil-
waukco for Alaska tnren years ago,
and after a little Biiciessful piospect
tug embarked also In ti.nle. IK-sldt-s
claims In the gold Holds, which they
expect will piovo valuable, thu broth
els huvo beconio thu leading mer
chants of Dawson City, when Henry
will tako his brlilu. Among tho gifts
liu has bestowed on his hildi) Ih n
icnaln matin enllitdy of gold nuggtits-
i" novelty in jewelry inlculatcd to In
siire envy in oilier young women
whoso loveis are not Alaskan gold
miners. Then aie hints of other
uiiliiuti gifts, but Miss Weissenbach do
clares.theh value Iiiih been oxaggeiat
ed. Miss WelBsenbatli Is tho daughter
of Mis. Charles A. Weissenbach. Chi
Daisy I havo mado up mv nilnd to
enter Boclety. Htirdhead What has
your mind got .o do with It? Smart
Many a man who knows his own
mint) has a somewhat limited ao-
qualntanco. Chicago Nows.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
. LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J, M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
OF THE FAVORITE
BRADLEV and HUBBARD
Fop sole by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thtst R"ods were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalo ue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to he toooo feet of "ardfn
Hose Utely received, the Emilv P. Whit
nev" broulit us lo.coo ft. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all endts, 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 a. SCHLWAN, LTD. The best line of poods on the
Islands Accnts for the famous Stud baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort unci AlnUcu.
I ,jTFgW73)'iT:,"i: 1
L - ffL-Hsyfc2qriY ir U yyffyv I
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Qiality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
las Merchunt Wt next to Stonftcnwold Building.
ffllMi) tjnl j
Ueretanla St.. next
'Phone Main 358.
1170 River Btreet.
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. Illue f4l.
THE PRESENT TIME
is the proper tlmo to purchaso wall
impur, for three u-aHonti:
First, becatino our atock Ih larger
uud moro complete than over beforo;
bcconil. bocaimo u liavu Just lecelvod
an entirely now lino to Honolulu in
Alii" NOUVKAU and S1T.K TAI'EB
THY PAI'KHS; and third, becauau w
aro bolMnK all our 1901 atocit nt u ills
count of onothlul In Older to mnku
liHim for 1902 Roods.
to corner of L'mtnu.
P. O. Box 833.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Berctanla and Pauahl.
I O. Box 7H.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chaefer.
Kukul St., 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 & Dement
Also proprletots of the popuhr
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural SpiirkllnjJ
Water bottled at the
Zollhaus, - Cermany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society
from among the mineral
waters ol the world by "The
Lw.idon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rilla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
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 Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water in 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS'ONLY ONE
Tho puro Juice of the urape
frult, caruonated only by '
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agent for Territory of
Uland orders solicited.
601 Fort 8t. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
constantly arriving kocps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us nnQ If you haven't al
ready begun to trade with us
you aro wishing you wore.
We will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week because wo keep every
thing In tho grocery line, but
tbo inducements we offer are
Architect!, Contractora and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
1TANOINWAID SID., HONOll IU
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. Rltfcv
Hoffman & Riley
P. O, Bo ito
Goo. W. Page. Tel 22
F. W. UeanUlee, P. O. Box 77
BBADSLEB 5fc PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Offlce, Itooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, It.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nUhcd on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
' Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen S: Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alo
Office and residence, "312 Queen At,
near Government building.
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
IS - MOVED
To rear t old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either ahop
or ofllco at John Notts store, Kim
Btreet, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
O. D01 get.
TEL WHUl vi
cleantj, 4yt4 ml rcpilnd.
Fit tu'nl4. Lcwtilptlti
Fur' trMt, ritar Kukul, and
Rttr OrstMun Tbeatar.
Mticti: Cltinlsf out suit, tic,
Dulnr lull tt ti
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Meinbern 8tock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention elrcn to nur.
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California 8t.,
San Francisco, Col.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo Will Tlliv nr Hnll Ttosl Patnlr. In
all partR of tho group.
Wu will Soil Properties on Reason
10 WEST KING 8TREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine douse and Lot
on the makal side of Berctanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOID BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Shopping Is a Pleasure
wnen you havo only to rail up
and havo your packages delivered at
your door, 10 lbs. for 10c and upward'
Merchants, Attention! Wo make
U, O. I), collections lor !c extra.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sts., Phone Main 199.