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EVENING nUI.Lfc.TIN, HONOLULU, Jin T.. MONDAY. NOV. tl. 1901.
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.NOVEMBER 11, 1901.
(ioxernor Dole has apparently scored, "" ,8l,Ie districts. It I. the result
huge success In making a mess for '" ' centralUed methods, but the
Illlo Republicans to deal with In the ' "10rc Peedlly It Is wiped out, the bct-
speclal election. ; tcr fl'r, tho "nl,-' """'P' ,,l,rlft
-. l rommlttees seem lo think they can do
l nothing without flrsf receiving orders
Pictures of Olan's new saloon air, flom Honolulu. This Is a thoroughly
soon to be foiwnrdcd to Honolulu to ,!,,, ken ulcni Country district work
show the owner's friends what an Vtn UI1 dty (1Hlrct member should
to-date place Ola.i Is. How about the of ,.,, kcep ,ouch wtll tll0 CPn.
sthuolhouso and the churcli7
Kxtra session talk In high nfllel.il
t'lrclet Is suscnded for the time helntf,
until It Is known whether the old tlov
emor will have time to call It without
Interfering with the new one.
Joseph Chamberlain says the llrltlsh
(lovernmetit will shut olt lilsh opposi
tion by reducing Ireland's representa
tion. Joseph shows ery clearly that
be doesn't understand 'the Irish dispo
sition. Illlo Republicans differ. This Is an
old story In the Republican patty. The
rtmarkablo feature th,esc days Is to
find Republicans anywhere In the Ter
ritory who can ugrec for any lengthy
Honolulu seems to be a hoodoo port
for the transport Kllpatrlck. On her
first trip to the port she was held In an
unpleasant .quarantine., and on this
trip she was by general report sent
. onto the reef, all unknown to the com
mander or nn one else on board.
Arrangements for the construction of
the new wharf for Honolulu offer no
grounds for remarks on unholy alli
ances ns some weie disposed to repre
sent The wharf matter Is open and
above board us are nil details of Super
intendent Huyd'g oillee. Taxpayers are
In a position to congratulate them-'
themselves that u private corporation
Is ready to advance money to curry on
Important public work of the Teirltory.
Citizen, of Hawaii ,.. Informed by
the olllclal organ that President Roose-
elt "tnlked politics" with Chief Jus -
tlce Erear. They have jet to note,
however, that the olllclal organ has
spoken of Kreur as u "political Judge"
though It would have opened out its
malicious batteries had a Circuit Judge
"talked ikIUIcs" with tho President
It makes all the difference In the world
whether the Judge Is one of the olllclal
Illlo Is endeavoring to make up Its
mind why the Governor held back the
special election proclnmatjon till the
last minute. If Illlo can make out
the reasons for many of the Chief
Executive's olllclal acts bearing on the
ktatus of the party he Is supposed to
represent. It ought to be given a prize
It has come to be merely a supposition ,
und nothing more, that Ihe Governor
represents the Republican party or is
interestel In Its success,
It Is promised that Roosevelt's Hist
message to Congress will contain cr
postlvu remarks on Trusts, but no
solution of tho Trust problem will be
put forward. I'nless the people nre
very much mistaken as to the Presi
dent's character he will not be long
In ofllce before doing something more
positive than calling attention to tin
Trusts and the necessity for control
ling their activities. Roosevelt Isn't
the man to spend ull his time talking
without an accompaniment of action.
The Dole-Thurston Bar Association
committee weeps bitter tears over the
charge made against them of being
non-American and point to the regu
larity with which they have celebrated
the Koiffth of July, Decoration Day and
Thanksgiving. Dut the Dole appoln
teetiand Thurston followJng have noth
ing to say of their arduous endeavors
to discredit American citizens coming
to this Territory ngalust whom the
whulesale charge of "carpetbagger,"
"Job chuser" and "corrupt politician"
has been launched w 1 tit Increasing till
Tho statement has frequently been
made locally that the Edmunds Art
Is not called Into requisition In any oth
er portion of the country but Haw-all.
This Is not true and was specifically
refuted by a recent dispatch dealing
with a case under this net In tbe Ari
zona courts. It Is true the Ait Is not us
much In evidence In other States and
Territories as It bail been hero within
tho last few- months. It Is also true
that no other( State or Territory has
had to combat such an educational In
stitution us Iwllel furnished for many
It will he iinfoitiinate If tho Winter
Ilascball Leugue decides to discon
tinue ltn games because one club Iihs
cinched Its grip oil the championship.
The three remaining clubs now stand
on an equality and lould give the
public some of the best ball games
of tho season by a play for place. Tho
Hams uie ull In excellent condition,
thu Capitol learn having shown a re.
marknhlu Impinvemeiit since the early
part of tho season. Whether playing
for the championship or second placo
the public enjoys good baseball und
It seems a pity to peremptorily closo
the season when thu boys are so well
able to give a few more first class contests.
Theic stems to be n feeling muting
Ullo Itcpubllrnns that tbe Territorial
committee lins been remiss by Its failure-
to fill tbe vacancy on the Execu
tive committee caused by tbe resigna
tion of Committeeman Uibb.
The Republican committee lias nil
Iborlty to fill ancanclcs In lis mem-
l-erstiln but Its failure to act Is no morn
"'"V,?' " ch h,a" ,he lB"cM-
vlty of the Illlo District committee.
lnl District committee lias not
'a.r. '"' k"0,wn- ?!a,111'? Preference
' "'1,r'l '" Mr- Club's successor.
If llllo's district' delegates will get
logelber as they should do. and re
rommend a successor to Qlbb the Ter
ritorial committee will unnucstlon
bly accept their nominee.
This Illlo business brings out a
misunderstanding In party manage
ment that has eor been In evidence In
J j,a ,M)Bcr f tho party, at the Bamo
time the District committees were or-
Ranked and cxlt for the express pur-
' Pose nf hnmlllng party affairs within
' their election districts.
While the Republican Executive
! .-ommltteo may have been at fault In
'gUIng scant attention to (lllih's reslg-
1 nation, tho chances ale the delny In
filling the place hns been In a large
incisure due to a lack of lecommenda
lions from the Illlo district party man
agers, members of the District commit
tee. Tbn Ilulletlu would suggest
that Illlo Republicans take the Initia
tive which Is their pterogatUe If not
Salaries of teachers as dwelt upon
hy Attorney (lenernl Dole in his cor
respondence with the Educational
bureau goes to sticngthcn the already
general opinion that the Department
of Education neds a man at the head
of affairs with good executive ability.
WHO LAID THE TRAP?
The Interview with James Olbb pub
lished In this Issue shows In Itself the
futility of any hope that tho regular
Republican organization In this dis
trict might enter the contest of elect
ing a successor to Ewallko In the Leg
islatiiie. TIiuib Is no Republican or
ganization to set in motion. Theiu In
uot time enough to create an organl
zntlou for tho purpose.
,eciaI ..,.,tloii uinelnmnilnn m th
ir coventor Dole had published his
i day he signed It, September 17. the
regular Republicans of the line would
have had time to begin nt thu bottom
and build to the top. As It Is. tho
Urap for ,llL. partyi Tnu Governor's
lcall aught tho Republicans of this
district napping and If It was not his
itmlied purpobo to put them ln a
hole, then it must bo that he has blind
ly followed the advice of certain pur
ties hcip. who wished to bring about
it,st such a condition as now con
fronts the party. This Is tbe one ex
planatlou of tho mystery behind a
call, signed In the Governors oirico
September 17 and published six weeks
Inter, barely thlrty-nluu and one-halt
days before tho dato set for election
And only twenty days before tho datu
after which no nominations may be
legally filed with the Territorial Sec
retary. Governor Dole, by virtue of his po
sition and the manner in which ho olt
tultied It, should bu tho virile head
3f the Republican party In these Isl
ands. He should know tho status of
10 hepubllcan Central Commltt
ami have somu connection with the
mem lion, living In outer districts. His
Uuowledgo or tho lack or railroads ou
the Island of Hawaii ought to have
mado him nwnrc of thu fact that twen
ty days Is not tlmo enough In which
.o ui range for primaries nnd to hold
a convention. Especially ought this
to have been plain when In addition to
Jthei- dllHcultles, tho well-known off.
year disorganization Is upon us with
ItB usual paralyzing force.
No matter how loyal any Illlo Re
publican may bo to the regular Re
publican organization, nor how anx
ious ho may bo to w..oop It up for a
regular nominee, ho Is confronted by
tho ridiculous ract that there Is no
regular Republican machinery to
grind out for him a candidate proper
There has been talk of endorsing
James Lewis by tho regular Republic
an organization. Tho best answer to
this is tho statement that there Is no
regular Republican organization. And
there Is no time now In which to man
ufacture one for the Immediate pur
pose. THURSTON LITTLE 8IIBEP.
Thurston had a llttlo sheep,
(Its name. I think, wus Hnnkey)
It took a trip to bury a man,
Uut only raised hanky-panky.
The trip was long, the price was high
(Hut the money was furnished
The sheep b.iad much nnd tho sheep
Hut was forced to return home sadly.
Its fleece Is torn; Its beauty Is gone,
(Hut, faith. It Is much wiser)
'Twill be many a long and wenry day
Ere It again baas for the "fleer.
TOTIIfl ' U7."
The "37" Is a erazy-qullt crowd.
Hut of them nlltho worst 'un
Is the man who swings the whip nnd
The driver I.. A. T n.
rhc tall will never wag the dog.
Even with cyclonic exertion
And Mo and Uncle can't wiggle n wag
Though helped by I. A. T n.
This Territory Is pait of I'ncle Sam'
Some day tho fact will burst on
The men who now with iamb-like gait
Follow ufter L. A. T n
City Man A sate family horso?
Farmer Sliollbnckcr, Yes slrco! Why,
that ero boss oln't even afraid of a
woman In curl papers! '
wmm must my
Springfield, 111., Oct. 24. The. Su
preme Court of Illinois today affirmed
the Judgment of the Circuit Court of
Sangamon county In what Is known as
the Chicago teachers' tax case. ThU
decision, Imeffect, nwnrils a writ of
mandamus against tlic State Hoard of
Equalization to compel it to nsscss tho
capital stock, Including franchises, ol
twenty Chicago corporations, the fall
rash alue of whose capital stock. In
eluding franchises, over and above tbn
value of their tangible property. Is al
leged to aggregate S235.000.000. The
suit was Instituted by the State's At
tnrney of Sangamon county nt tho In
stance of the Chicago Teachers' Keder
The Court holds that (lie Hoard. In
assessing corporations, does not acl
as a board of review, but as an origin
al assessor. Instend of making a prop
er assessment, the Court says that the
Hoard arbitrarily and wilfully tailed to
follow a proper and long established
rule In force In this 8tate for making
such assessments, by refusing to take
Into consideration the bonded Indebt
edness of snld corporations. The de
risions says: "The Couit to Justified In
holding that fiaud In making of such
assessments has been established, und
such pretended assessments may be
properly disregarded and treated as no
atsfssment, nnd such Hoard be coercort
by the writ of mandamus to asses
such propel ty."
The opinion quotes the order of tho
lower court, commanding tho members
of the llo.ird to convene forthwith nt
the Cnpltol In the county of Sangamon
and nluc and assess tho capital slock.
Including the frnnihlscs, of the com
panies named In the manner provided
Chicago, Oct. 24. The tax decision
given today by the Illinois Supreme
Court relates to twenty-three local
corporations enjoying municipal fran
chises, including traction companies,
gas companies nnd electric companies,
whose total capital stock was estimat
ed to be 1368.000.000. all of which hod
escaped taxation previously, and wo
likely to be omitted again by the Stat
Board, which adjourned last December
without assessing this vast amount
Tho trlnl of the case was begun
before Judge Thompson In Springfield
March 23d, nnd the decision was hand
ed down May 2d. commanding the
Hoard to reassemble June 13th and as
sess these corporations In accordance
with tho rules of the Hoard In regard
to the assessment of cuullal stock. Ilut
the Hoard not only neglected to make
the assessment, hut repealed the rulea
of the Hoard on the subject, which had
neen in rorce ror thirty years, and had
been sustained liv the t'nlti-d Slnten
Supreme Court ns the only fair and le
gal plan of assessment.
Ilroad ns Is the sweep of the decision
In Its efTect, Its logical results are
much greater, ns the decision. It Is
said, really applies Just as well to inll-
road corporations and every other cor
poration In the Stnte. and may lead to
the collection of back taxes.
St. Louis. Nov. 1. The list of deaths
attributed to lockjaw as tho result of
tno administration of diphtheria anti
toxin manurnclured hy the City Chem
ist now number eleven, two deaths
having been reported todav. Eleven
other children are reported to tho
noaiiii Department ns suffering fiom
lockjaw, with slight chances for re
covery. Tho lause of tetanus in each'
case Is said to bo poisoning trom the
city's diphtheria autl-toxln. As a re
suit of tho charges tho .ealth Depart
ment has begun tho free distribution
of tetunus autl-toxln. It Is designed
to Inject tbo serum Into tho blood of
diphtheria patients who huvo been In
oculated with the tetanus Infected ser
um, and thus exposed to lockjaw. '1 ne
Health Department has announced
that no more diphtheria nntl toxin will
be made by this city.
The investigation ordered by the
City Coroner to determine positively
the cause nf tho ilpmhu .if niirhi .t.n.
'dren who are alleged to have died of
lockjaw following the administration
of the city's anti-toxin Is being pushed,
and It Is thought that its obiect will
be accomplished In a few days. Doc
tors iiouon. risen anil wnldrou, throo
ot the most experienced bacteriolo
gists In St. Louis are making tests
wiin ine antitoxin, and with serum
taken from the spinal columns of the
Dr. Rnvold. City Bacteriologist, who
made the anti-toxin complained at
from serum taken from a horso which
developed tetanus on October 1st and
was shot, declares that If tho animal's
system contained tetanus bacilli on
August :Mtli, wuen tbn last serum was
taken from II, It was Impossible to de
HE HAR NO "A."
Roosevelt Is the first occupant of tho
White House In whose nnmo the letter
"A" does not appear. Not only has
that letter appeared In the names of all
evlous Presidents, but also In tbo
names of nearly every one of the sixty
one Americans who have received
votes for Prcsldrnt In the. Electoral
College down to William J. Bryan.
There are only eight exceptions to this
President Roosevelt !b one of a very
few American Presidents to bo born
"with a silver spoon In his mouth.1
The majority of our Presidents thus
for have been farmers' boys, and near
ly all have had to work their own way
up from poverty and lowly station. Mr.
Roosevelt bus had every opportunity
wiiich weath and high social position
could give a oung man, and ho has
mude the most and the best of hie op
portunities. Lcsllo'k Weekly.
Suburbanite There goes Everlato,
the mom prominent mid disinterested
citizen our llttlo village boasts. He
ulwaya hns tbo welfare of our towii
at heart. City Krlend Ah! Endow
ed u llbrury? Suburbanite No; but
ho lived hero Boven mouths before
trying to sell Ills house!
Magnzlnes bound by tho EVENIN
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Eirope
' Just arrived and being placed on
our shelve dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, OLA88,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLA88.
Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
125 Merchant Kt., next
iTiv The Best
qut or order I
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
) now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents psr dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
Algernon wan real debonair auil
(wageer until hlu cano struck. a
V r W. jVKH 4?
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stangcnwald Building.
Goods at the Lowest Price.
the bcHt place to buy WALL
WINDOW SIIADIIK, ETC.,
Ih hi 1 1 1 1 1 1
Bcrctunln St., next to corner of Emmo
P. O. Box 833. 'Phone Main 358.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
8an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
8an Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Dank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lvonnals.
Berlin Dreedncr Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For;
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notico 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remaiiiB
undisturbed -for on month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSET8, JUNE ', 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of 8tock Is non
opened. OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
C. B. dray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIUKCTOHS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray.
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyle.
Jr.. J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Deposit a will be
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
; BISHOP & CO,
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24.000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yon .8.510,000
1IKAIJ OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
ThP rtntll? IlltVa DtlH Mimlt'na fn. Mil
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
mm i.i-uiTs oi urruu, ana iransucts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cept
ucpo8ii. per annum.
For 12 months 4
For a months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch or the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
-constantly arriving Keeps our
-establishment always in the
-Your neighbor hus told you
-about hh and If you haven't al--ready
begun to trade with us
-you are wishing you were.
-We will not advertise, sugar,
-tanned goods or cookies this
weeiv hecaiiHD we keep every--thing
in thu grocery line, but
thu Inducements we offer art-
tf COMPANY, LTD.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOHD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
FINANO AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain.
ITAKOJKWAID SID. i
V, HOFFMANN. J. F. RIIEV.
Hoffman & Riley
P.O. Boi ito
Goo. W. Page. - Tel. 2
F. W. Beardolce. . P, O. Box 771
Architects and Builder.
Office, Rooms 24, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
Dished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen dfc Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, also
Office and residence. 319 Otieen A .
near Government building.
H. R. BERTELMAN'S
t Carpenter Shop
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street Orders left at either shop
or office, at John Nott'a store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
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.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
32? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
" Tire New
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUOIIT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The pure Julco of thel grapefruit. The
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works. Co.,
Sole agents for the Torrltory ot'lla
wail. Ofllco and Wnrkn. cm Itart ,
Honolulu, T. of II,
P. O. box 402. irJand orders solic
ited. The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
,..,,,,,u,,v, wiiiyv i.nampagne, KOI.)
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Wal.n r9i.i.... .-
gress, Lithla, German Mineral' Water!
ter from th Rapnt,4 qui ..
for family and medical utt a specialty.
--- -m ncraicu water, ooc per
dor. Distilled Water In 3-gatlori dim
IJohns, 10c per gallon and 60c charge
on demijohn until, returned.
HENRY ST. GOAIL
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
Particular attention piton tr. n.
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Forelfrn Stocks and
403 California St.,
Sun Prancltwo, Cal.