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THURSDAY OCTOIIHH 31. 1001.
Mnrston Campbell's report on the
Judiciary building siiRgests fli.it ;!
Territory will have to Ret money from
funic source or public olllccrH will li.ive
to erect tents on the lawns for the
IrMunctlon of uuslnea.
Harmony Is the first and most tin
portant consideration that should com
mend Itself to the Ilepubllcan-Terrt-
torlal committee, lletter hac hurmonv
end an Incomplete committee than a
and a working majority.
Slr Thomas Upton ought not to
foued to wait long for an Ameilcan
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purchaser of his Shamrock II. Sliw
may be needed at some future date tu
il fend the America cup. Judging from
Hie hard struggle given the Columbn.
Murderer Czolgosz by ivfuslng to ac
cept the moral comfort ot tbe church
In his hour of death may well bu put
down as a complete degenerate. Ho
has gone to his final Judgment despised
by nil mankind and without hope In
Hawaiian-nepubiicans show ,;'
good Judgment In refusing to bolt the
party on account of unfortunate mis
takes that can be rectified. Politics Is
ii long game and cool headed, conservi
tlie action Is certain to carry tbe d-iy
In the long run.
The rat campaign urged by Dr. Pratt
ought to appeal to every citizen pos
sessed of enough money to buy a rat
iron ti nnirht not tci i, HO....KS11-V tn
l.P-,u!l "lllt ' ' !. ",' ,L
establish a bounty sstem, though
men- with mum.-- i-nuumi in me uva-
ury to do It. when the benefits to b
derived from rat extermination are so
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I he report on the condition of biu -
bor' wharves leveals a state of affaire
mm is inarming, one wii.ui is ci-
clnred to he iinsiifu and others rapidly
.ippioachtng that point. The hands of
.the Public Work .dep.utnieiit sin-
practically tied for want of funds. It
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seems Impossible that fiather argu
IiientH are neoded for a special cession
of the Legislature.
The deficit that faces the lluffalo
the experience of nearly every expo
sltlon held In late jcars. It does not
bive the effect of dampening the expo
sition enthusiasm, however. Huslness
men who lose on their exposition In-M-stment
usually figure that they moio
than make up the difference from the
money obtained from visitors through
either business channels.
The only fair and legal method forlirio recommend If Hinds nro avuilablo
s.-ttllng the dllhcultles of the Heptib-
lowed to stand every net and every
recommendation of tbe Kxecutlve com
mittee will be protested. What Is now
an unfortunate situation will become
a light, unnecessary, and dnninglng to
Tho split In the Democratic forecs
of Congress over Cuban annexation
and free trade with that sugar produc
ing country bids fair to solidify Itepub
llcan opposition along lines highly fa
vorable to Hawaii, Cuba will como
Into the Union sooner or later, but It It
tci be hoped the delay will be of sulll
ehnt length to allow Haw-all to adapt
Itself to new conditions and be In a
position to meet competition fiom a
reasonably settled vantage ground. Let
.Hawaii get Its labor problem In rea
sonably stable condition nnd It will
bo ready to meet all comers.
President Roosevelt's cordiality nnd
Interest In the Hawaiian-Americans
hows conclusively that no local move
ment to set the Hawaiian aside or re
fuse him representation will bo receiv
ed with favor In administration circles.
The men planning, hoping, working to
discredit Hnvvalluns and restrict their
right of franchise will do well to cen
ter their efforts on more commend
able measures In which there Is some
prospect of securing progressive re
sults. They may depend upon It,
President Roosevelt will uot listen to
proposals looking to side tracking any
class of Americans In this Territory.
Tho personally frier dly relation?
existing between National Committee
man Sewall ami President Roosevelt
ought to be nn Item In tho mainten
ance of Hawaii's good fortune In Its
lelHtlons with Federal officers. Mr,
Sewall has a complete knowledge of
our Territorial affairs and Is teitaln
lo use every opportunity tiffeieil to
assist the general progtets of tho coun
try. Ills visit to the President with
Chief Justice Kienr Indicates that ho
has not allowed the factional troubles
of former days, that might still In
fluence a less broad minded mail, to In
lerfeta with gentlemanly eouitesy to
wards officers of tho Tenltory.
So far aB can be learned tho approach
of the day when taxes will bo duo and
payable does not offer tho relief re
quired by the Troasury to put It on n
Hi m fooling, and the demand for II
special session of the Legislature be
llcnn Territorial committee Is to re- lurther delay. Plans and spcclllcatlons !""" '' " "m"i"i iau niiuuiu u
rind completely the action of lart'ary nil p.epa.ed for same. H v hw to lore she begtns her long
Momliv If the nresent Increased I Drainage for Kevvnlo District Sut-l"1, """ Journej.
MoniUj. ir tht present increase 1 1 nn(1 mn ug ,C(, The time and place selected for the
membership of the committee Is ul-1 ,..., i,..,,i Ri, n,i ,ii,,s r iic-ceiillon weie most lavorahlu and
The Income lux which was the source
of so much hope to the administration
bids fair to be a dead letter. Olllclals
Of the tax olllcu luno been working
oicrtlme to determine the results saf
o count cm from this source anil al
though no oMlclal statement has been
Klw-ii out It Is generally credited that
to all Intents and purposes the lncomtt
tax law Is practically useless as
a source of nny considerable revenue.
The exact sum capable of collection
from the men with Incomes Is not es
tablished but the Intricacies of tliU
tenlbly Intricate and double taxation
law have been sufllcleutly studied tl
warrant the prediction that It will not
furnish enough money to competently
rejlvie, the situation,
While this distressing condition Is
being lgorously forced upon th
minds of nirtcials In charge of Terri
torial revenue, all departments, more
especially the Department of Public
Works Is having brought home to It
from all pal Is of the Terrltoiy, the
absolute necessity for funds, not alone
for new work, but to sne that already
done. The condition of the Territory's
financial affairs Is such as to warrant
no dUlslon of opinion on factional or
The condition faced now was what
was pi (dieted by many immediately
after the leglslatUe session's close.
The cxceutlic olllcers set to work
arduously, hoping to find some way
out of the dlrtlculty that the Territory
mlgnt not bo foieeil to the extra ex-
i pense of a legislative, term. Admitting
that these ollkcrs weie acting on tbor-l
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uughty honest motives the outcome at an agreement as to a basis for con
present Indicates that tbe solution they .solldatlon, This proved to be the easi
attempted wns and Is Impossible. The and now the eutlre natter is off.
Territorial Income from present rovc-l The plan Mr the consolidation was
nues Is entirely Incompetent to assuru proposed as a means of solving tbu
the proper conduct of public business. problem of running the Island steam
The government suffers, the business rs In the cheapest manner posslblu so
men suffer, the departments cannot that the service would not bo cilp
keep pace with Increasing and pressing Pled. CiMsoJIdatlon was the inly
duties without money. feasible plan. Now that the schema
A special session of the Legislature
Is tbe solution and the only solution.
CONDITIONS OF WATERFRONT AS
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REPORTED BY ENGINEER
(Continued from paste 1.)
are being broken ewry day. The Na
vy Department bns such regulations
nnil i.nr,tr,.,.M tin. in nittin tholr itimlfrt.
Old l-lull Jlarhct Wlinrr twh w narr !
l In fair condition. The retaining wall
nt the back has settled from six Inches
, om. f()()ti w, tinl , j0Kl8 ,lino i tl(1 IH,Ptn ()f airocloiH soon to bo
beatings at end. This wharf should I ,lel(1, vh,ther the two companies
be Jacked up am sea wall repaired to fal , . , , nW)Ul,IltUI1 wl
!B,rrm,ZwKa.hnrf.I.Hl)c..nl' """' ' T'"
badly settled, due to t..c pile of exces-1 "'" for freight, remains to be seen.
,slu, (miK Tl w(l1 ,mg ,.!,,,! K0 ,iit from present Indications nnd words
ltlmt wi,u tllu mf lin,i lmi) nll ()rK ot those heavily Inteiested dropped
. tml slopo or Tour Inenoi to the front,
It now has more thiin that slope to the
back, mnklng In many places a settle-
iment or rioin eight tci i twelve Inches
''w Its original level.
This wharf should bo Jacked up to
'.,. lou., XTlth roll(.r,,tr.
I Wnter Taps Water taps along the
I wharves are all leaking more or less,
I New tnps of approved designs should
icplnce tbo edd ones.
Slivds All sheds on tlie various
wharves are moie or less iu a slate of
ilelaplilatlon, and need extensive r'
Sanitation One of the most Impor
tant matters under this head Is the
sewerage of Kevvnlo district. It ueeds
only a casual Inspection to Impress
one the absolute necessity or immedi
ato action iu regard to sewering this
district. An appropriation of J2.",(iuu
bus been made lor this purpose by the
Inst Leglslatme, ami I should there
that this work be undertaken without
nil ponds, etc., wltnm the district, nnd
also showing line, sizes uud methods ot
constiuctiiin of proposed ditch. Ibis
work should bu earned on mo same
time that the sewerngo work Is under
taken, thereby hastening the work of
making this district sanltnry and hab
itable. Government Stables Tho late fire
of the Honolulu Stock-Yards Company
nns more man ever impressed ma witli
the neccsblty of somo action being ta
ken to remove and properly rebuild,
as far as posslole In fireproof condi
tion, tne tiovcrnment staulCB,
The present stables aro flre-trnps
pure and simple, nnu constructed, as
they are, agniust the property line. In
close proximity to large wooden build
ings, and tbolr Internal ariangements
are such that, should tiro occur. It
would be utterly impossible to save
tho stock stabled there now,
I have prepared a plan showing the
location of tho necessary 'buildings,
stables, harness, blacksmith, carpenter
and machine shops, and sheds for stor
ing steam rollers and necessary extra
equipment; all to he located on Uov-
ornment propeity on Kcnwu street.
I have the honor to be, your obedient
servant, MARSTON CAMPI1EI.L,
ABslstnnt Superintendent of Public,
lluffalo. Oct. SI. The Pan-Amerlenn
Exposition Company has 1801.000 cash
to Its credit to be devoted to raving
an additional proportion or tho first
mortgage bonds. Already $l,2G0,00n
of tho $:!,riOO,noo first mortgnge bondi
has been paid, Tho amount now due
on tho first mortgnge bonds Is Hii,0(i0
Tho exposition bns nlno days nioro
If It should clear !0,000 day for tho
nine days It would havo Biifllclent cash
to mnko tho last payment on the first
mortgage bonds. If It fails to overage
a net profit of $.10,000 a day there may
bo a default on a pait of tho flisl mort
gage bond payments.
The holders of the second iiioit'nifid
bonds sei'm to ngii-p that no ivmout
will bo made to them.
The tinpild contractors nie clamor
Ing to get the 70 pur cent gtlll duo
them on their claims, but thiin far ihey
have been unsuccessful
Tho second mortgage hcnd-i total
$500,000. Tho stock rcpresem-i $!.
100.000. Tho amount of cent rail ors'
claims Is not staled exactly at present
QUIUTON KMR IKI. ND.
Manila. Oct. 21 Oeueinl Hughes
telegraphs fiom tho Island of Cebn,
reporting that there bus been no Dou
blet In the Island of Samar since the
fight at tho Cnndara river.
dcncral Smith Is busy Increasing
the garrisons In Samar nnd preparing
foi active measures.
WILDER AND INTER ISLAND
WILL REMAIN SEPARATE
Action This Morning--New Freight
Schedule-May Become Competitors
in the Near
The Wilder and lnter-lsland steam
ship companies will not consolldn'e.
This was decided at a meeting of a
Joint committee from the two ccni
panics held this morning. The com
mittee consisting ot C. L. Wight, T.cl
Tenue) nnd W. M. Olffard, for the
Wilder Co. and John Kna, John Drier
aid K. A. Wooilhouse. for the Inter
Ijlniul u!i!'.iny met and discussal the
proposition. No definite basis fo' tin
amalgamation could be decided upsa
and so It wns determined to let tbe
sclnT'O drop. !
Cudcr the appraisement recently
made, It wns the belief of eaen co-.n-jjiiiiy
that the other had been pill !n at
too high n valuation. This being tint
case It was predicted that there wnul.1
be considerable difficulty In coming to
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has fallen llirougn me compnnics win
be left to work out their own salvs
Hon nnd run along as before as two
The Increase In freight rntes which
i has been held In nbcyauce pending the
outcome of the consolidation plan will
now soon be put In effest. As hereto
fore the two companies have served
separate territories under a verbal
agreement they will continue to do so,
but the lnter-lsland steamers will
probably have theiy routes extended to
i take In places not now being rcguhr.
i"" '" "' "' ! miii.
This mole while It Is being considered
will not be finally decided upon until
now nnd again It looks as Ifthls may
vuitiipb tii iiiwm
I VlhlTORSTO HAWAII.
Miss II. C. llrown of Stlllman .Val-
ley, III. arrived In Hie hoiiomn yes-
t'-rdny lor a visit vvltli .Mr. and .Mrs.
J- ! Pratt. When .Miss lliown lett
pome she wns tendered n ice option
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ley Oraphlc- spearn as lollows:
A reception was held at the Congrii-
gniloiial unurcli from I until V o clock
Wednesday cvenlui; to extend faiewell
greeungs 10 .Miss 11. C. llrown, who
In o leave her home the l'Jth Inst, tu
go to Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, tu
visit her sister, Mrs. J. U. Pratt and
tainlly, whose home Is In that far-distant
Islu of the sen. Kor many years
Miss llrown bns been nn active work
er Iu vat Ions departments ui Christian
woik Iu Stlllman Valley, and It was
iim'"K mi nu expression 01 nppieeia-
lully 1!0ij nvnlled themselves of the
o( poi-timlty to meet .Miss llrown and
to wish her n sale and pleasant Jour
ney, and tbut in due time slio may bu
permitted to return to tills place, the
deareiH to her on earth, and again to
take up the work which lies so near
Tho reception wns a most dcllgutful
entheilng, one of the most hearty It
has ever been our good fortune to at
tend. There were no unpleasant fea
tures and everyone) seemed to vlu with
one another In the laudable object of
making others happy. Dainty refresh
ments wem served tho young ladles
lii.il gentlemen of the church kindly
acting as w altera and performing this
unction In n faultless manner.
As a token of the regard In which
iMIbb Drown Is nnd nlwnys has been
held In tho community, she was pro-
bcntcd with n benutllul traveling case,
well supplied wli.i many useful ar
ticles. Itev. Arthur Mtlcs mado the
pi escalation speech, expressing In
well-chosen words tho esteem iu
which th guest of honor Is held In
this place, vvhnrn nll the yea is of her
lllo have been spent, and voicing the
3cntimciit of nil that In her own good
tlmo we may greet her home-coming
again. .Miss lliown responded Iu her
Pappy and cheery manner, though tho
thought of this breaking of home tics,
though but for n season, caused many
an eye to glisten with a silent tear.
Miss llrown will start on her 450i)-mllo
lournejr next Sntuiiluy urtoinoon, nnd
I expects to reach her destination In
about two weeks. She will snll from
San Kinneiseo the 21th Inst., and
should iiriJv-H In Honolulu by tho end
or mo mourn. .Mrs. Dr. ives of Peia-
Umita will accompany hor.
Of what color Is giasu'when cover
ed with snow? Invisible green.
Hood snld tho Thames was a tidy
liver, though he piefent-d tlie I l
In hot weather.
Whi'ii may n butler of the olden time
be paid to huve discharged his mas
ter?' When ho gave him the sack.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
HVKNINd IJUf.Lfc.TIN, HONOLULU. 11. T., TI1UI18HAY.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. -
of O. SCHUAIAN, LTD. The best line of poods on the
Islands. Agents for tlie famous StucUbaker Vehicles.
KniXY-SPRINOFIGLD TIRES put on nt the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street between l:ort and AluKcti.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ol Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Qnality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
l'J3 Mercliunt Kt.. next
O A H I T CARRIAGB
VJTLl llsj MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street. Bet. Hcretanln and Pounhl.
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 S4I. I, o. Box 0T8.
OCT. 31. 1001.
Personally Selected in Europe
Just arrived and being placed on
our thelvet dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
Selections may be reserved for
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stnngcnwnld Building.
,1 HOim'thliiK Hint nr liavo clone on tlm
pilccnof Wall Papers In Honolulu. Not
only that, hut wci haw a Mock to suit
i'cry tanto, from tlm plainest lo tho
moat fnbtlilloiiH, and have Imported
ninny now Btylen nnd deslKtm that can
bo found only at our nlnc-n. Call on
U.4 it nil look around.
Itci'ctunla 8t., next to corner of Emma
P. O. Box 833. 'Phone Main 358.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kuktil 8L, Near Nuuanu,
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the 1$. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprlttois of the popular
The Ring of Natural Table Waters
i A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
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, Hlre'a Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raapberry, Strawberry, Saraapa
rltla. Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.t
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cldor
and Soda Cocktaita.
Mineral Watera Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnatead 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 aemijonn until returned.
REFRESHES AND INVIGORATES.
BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.
Cnrbonatt-d only by tho
Consolidated Soda Water
WorltH Co., Ltd.
Solo ARcnts for tho Territory of Hn
wall. Olllco and works, 01 Fort St., Ilonolu.
In, T. of H,: P. O. box 462; tele
phono Main 71.
Island Orders solicited.
On Ice per
S. S. Sonoma
One pound IiIocIch and ten pound
FROZEN OYSTERS IN TINS.
FRESH CALIFORNIA 8ALMON.
FRESH CALIFORNIA SOLES.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
f COMPANY, LTD.
160 FORT 8TREET.
240 Two Telephones 243.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. RILEY
Hoflman & Riley
P. O. Bos ito
Geo. W. Page. TeL 221
P. W. Ucardslce. F. O. Box 778
BEARDSLEE db PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Offlco, Itoorr.g 2-1, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice,
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen & Robinson,
Quocn Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick ami wooden buildings, also
Office and residence, 312 Queen St.,
near Government building.
h. p. berteliviaIvs
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King Btrcet. Orders left at either shop
or office nt John Nott'a store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
fi5 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
f O. Bosti,
TIL WHITI ti
LJIi tklrts cleaned. Clothing
cleaned, dvei and repaired.
Sulla made lo o'J.i,
Fit guaranteed. Loaeitcrlce
Fori Street, near Kukul, and
near Orpheus Theater.
Prlcet: Cl.mloe; one suit, rsc;
HENHY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz S Co.
AND UEALEHS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase) and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St..
Sun Francisco, Cal.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALER8 IN
WO Will IlllV Or Roll Tlnnl Falatn In
all pnrlH of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason,
10 WEST KING STREET.
To Let op Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOKD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
ft-la5fca(i.ix, .;.. .u'HJl.