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KVENINO KULUlnN. HONOLULU, II. T., SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 1901
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at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by tuo ,
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SATUKDAY DECEMllEIt 28, 1901,
When the rcturnn from Hllo come In
tho deluges In Honolulu rise only to
the dignity of summer showers.
lloads alwi.dv In bad repair havol!""'orl,nnfp;1 The disaffected ucnatora
"M' r.lV '... .... T "...I' I'nvc had their number added, to by
been practically ruined by tin. recent
storm. And tho'Tcrrltorlal Treasury
Tii man who can drink three whis
kies and ten beers without getting
drunk misses his calling In lite It he
does not go on the lecture platform to
Thnninn lnvs low on the Kalua fluht '
First because Kalau belongs to Dolo's
"good government" aggregation and
finally becauso Thurston has had one
r.Tnrinr.o nidi romnvlnf tiiilces and
doesn't want any more.
To suggest to a business man of this
Territory that the Advertiser reprt-.le
scnts tho business Interests Is like , ' , """""" .. """' "
shaking a red rag at a bull. The Ad.dultart; ,no vlcl;"1 ,r la7 "
vertlsur stands for nothlne In this com- "css htch merely plays the part and
munlty but bragadoclo and fraud.
Thurston thinks anti-Dole stock ll
below par. Ho shouldn t Judge every ,
thing by Doles universal unpopular-!
ty which ho vainly res to bolster up. . t ,.., nr(J gomo who for tk.a ,,,, of whlch hfls rcnchcd le 80000
Iho opposition to Dole Inclmles prac-!c cdlc ... (o ,.nk n,n,nrk In tho United States and Canada,
tlcaly the whole citizenship of ho 8Qmo of lho ghortconln ,n ,mi,nc l Ilcsldes this Immense membership as a
Territory and U resting easy at loo. . . ... . i,iir..,.i1, means of spreading Pythlanlsm. there
"The government sells us land and
taxes us but give us no road,
i. taxpayer of Maui volces-a sentiment ,
beard from end to end of tho Territory. I
The Goernor gives enough attention
to reply "No money" and complacently
folds his hands to engage In the ardu
ous task of doing nothing.
It appears that Judge Kalua Is not
without friends, and Judging from the
tinor of the bulletin's correspondence
the tight for tho Judge's removal will
turn on a profound discussion of how
much liquor is required to put a man
out of nctton. Mighty few Judges can
testify under oath that they never tool;
BNUOK8li.liN I' OH CaYPL-388.
How Independent he (President
ltooseiclt) Is appears In tho fact that
be has, lu making these Hawalan ap
pointments, not only snubbed Delegate
Wilcox and Harold M. Scwall, but has
served notice on the Republican Vprrl
torlal Committee, that unless that body
endoises men who will be acceptable
to the buslncsu interests of these Isl
ands, It cannot hope for executive fa
vor. Thurston's Advertiser.
With these words tho newspaper or
gan of L. A. Thurston which Is also
the recognized organ of Governor Dole
gloats over the refusal of tbe President
to appoint Edgar Cayplcss to tho Third
Judgeship of the Territory. The direct
Inference Is that Cayplcss was not ac
ceptable to tho business community.
It Is Interesting to note the facts,
which, us usual are not given by the
If, as the Advertiser states, Caypless
was not acceptable to tho business In
terests then these same Interests must
plead guilty to tbe rankest kind of
double play. This they will not do nor
Is there any reason for such a plea.
The situation presented by tbe Adver
tiser is one of Its well known misrep
resentations. Edgar Cayplcss was en
dorsed for the Third Judgeship by the
members of the Legislature, excepting
only Representative Dickey whose son
was known to be a candidate. This
legislative endorsement carried with It
Buch business Interests as aro repre
sented by Senator II. P. Baldwin,
Senator George R. Carter, Senator
Cecil Drown, all Republicans whose
extensive business Interests need no
explanation In this community. Cay
pless was practically endowed by a
unanimous Legislature. Senator Car
ter not only endorsed Cayplcss but
canvassed the business community for
Caypless 'was endorsed by the unani
mous vote of the Republican Territorial
committee which besides having plan
tation managers and mercantile repre
sentatives among Its members also In
cludes J. P. Cooke of the plantation
commission house of Alexander &
Baldwin. Mr. Cayplcss had the unani
mous endorsement of alt parties In tho
Legislature and of tho Home Rule and
the regular Republican organizations.
A more -unanimous approval could
hardly be possible. It Is doubtful If
any candidate again goes before the
President so strony backed. Both
Delegate Wilcox and Committeeman
Bewail wocT.1 havo been called strictly
to account had they hcsliated or re
fused to follow the obvious mandate
of the parties they reprM".
It Is the province of the President to
pick and choose, Thfs he has done
with malice toward none. The man
he lias selected Is certainly acceptable
notwithstanding the selection Indi
cates that California exercises more
Influence than Hawaii. Mr, Caypless
and his friends havo nothing to re
gret as to tho character of (heir cam
paign for tho office, and there Is no oc
casion whatever for tho factional
strife Thurston's malicious
maligning organ seeks to stir up.
was a fair field and no favor with the
Advertiser gang tho only sneaking
coward afraid to support any candi
date, but waiting till the appointment
was made to claim a hollow victory
whatever tbe President's decision.
THO APPOINTING POLICY.
The Washington correspondent of
tho llrooklyn Eagle claims to havo
discovered a growing opposition to
President Hoosevelt on account of his
arbitrary action In certain appoint
ments and apparent refusal to listen to
the advice of certain Senators. The ln
stance cited follows:
There havo been more or less pro
nounced evidences of tho hostile feel
ing of tho Senate toward the Chief
Executive over slnco the latter de
manded tho resignation of inos. Crld
ler as Third Assistant Secretary of
State. This action was taken agnlnst
tho protest of both tho West Virginia
Senators, Elklns and Scott, and the
havo not set ceased to express their
disapproval of the courva tho Presi
dent has pursued In that matter. Other
Senators hae since found grievance
by being "turned down" at tho Whlto
House. Senator l'latt of New York,
Ilurton of Kansas, and even Hannu
himself, all learned that the President
did not regard their Indorsement of
candidates for olllco ns of paramount
lll0 actiulnltlnn of Senator Kalrhank'
ol Indiana, who lias just received a
stunning blow by tnc appointment of o
Jr.dgo In his State whom he had bit'
terly fought from the start.
It Is hardly possible that the action
of the President In these Instances or
any like them could arouso anything
but opposition. The appointment of
nn enemy or the sharp turning down ol
friend can havo no other Immediate
result, yet when the sober second
thought responds It Is doubtful wheth-
r there can be any dangerous 111 will
engendered. President Hoosevelt
i.. , . .
stands for the development of the pub
lic service along tho lines of the high-
l P"" e"'en-y- ue .
i c.mrcwr. ne "
na(l lift ilalt.ni.,1.1 ntlfn 11a -nlila n1
poses as a figure head to do the bidding
of tho men behind the scenes. Prcst
dent Hoosevelt demands men and after
, . Bnd (, h , wh
. . . . . . .
., f ........ ,!jlcaj of - orKnnlzatlon the member
llooscclt Is built on the plan that
wilt not allow him to o.erlook the
.II.T!,ot ilftnll nf ptfplont nnil hlltlPitl
comlucl ,n bc 0ce a1(1 ,t ,, l0 1)Q
wpcctC(, lhnt hp wlIl clasn , a etetii
or less extent with the distributers of
patronage In tho Congressional dis
tricts. Where Itooseclt Is likely tg
err Is In going too far afield In shoul
derlng responsibility upon himself.
While fuinillng the strict letter of bis
duty he may unwittingly do an Injus
tlca to the candldato urged by Sena
torlal adUsors. If this comes about
; may expect to eco a falling out
K-lth the Executive that will be of more
than ordinary moment. The Presi
dent's well known dcslro and Intent to
be honest, fair and above board will
carry him through manyitlrUculties but
it will Bene him llttlo when he by any
Inadvertauco encounters tho dlsappro
vat of equally honest minded men.
There Is no doubt that tho President
realizes the reefs and difficulties (hat
beset his political path and for thli
reason his course Is watched with tho
closest attention. He knows what ho
has to deal with and tho people also
appreciate tho Integrity of his Inten
tions and they aro all watching t(
discover It this man can accomplish
what no other has yet.done, or In other
nurds they are wondering whether
Thcodoro Roosevelt Is working ahead
of tho times. Everybody knows that
Roosevelt Is not a man of putty and
now they are awaltlug to seo whether
ho will proe a party smasher as was
Cleveland. Ha has many of Cleveland'!!
characteristics but thus far has not
filiown any of Cleveland's pigheaded-
ness which was the stuffed prophet's
If Roosevelt will but take the same
policy toward Hawaii that ho has tot
lowed throughout his official life, It
will be tho greatest blessing this Ter
tttory has ever been given. Hawaii
needs now, If It ever needed anything,
a man with forco of character at the
helm, a man who will not put oft till
tomorrow what his duty demands
should be done today, a man of action
In whose desire to servo the best In
terests of the people at largo there Is
general confidence, Tbe people of char
acter aro free to forgive tho errors of
an official who Is ever seeking to movo
forward but they do not forgive and
there Is no reason why they should for
give the temporary fuler who Is for
ever holding back and seeks to avoid
mistakes by doing nothing.
It Is the do nothing policy that now
rules Hawaii. It Thcodoro Roosevelt
were a citizen of this Territory he
would bo tho first to cry out ngalnst
It. It remains with him to make tho
change, and about tbe only gratifying
feature of tho situation is that tho
President Is disposed to make It.
LRRtlK IN DATti.
Somo time ago an editorial appeared
In tho Herald relative -to statements
made by C. J. Oreen and reflecting
upon the police department In general
and Sheriff Andrews In particular. In
the article tbe Herald stated that Sher
iff Andrews bad talked with Mr. Oreen
In November and had offered him 1100
for Information as to evidence In the
murder case. In this the Herald was
In error, but only as to date. Tho offer
by Sheriff Andrews was In July. Thin
statement tho latter made and adheres
I UWGI.AH I- CiiMVITII'O
WalliiUu, Dec. 27. Iloslilt, tho bur
ijlar who broKo Into tho Btoro'of Hoff
mann & Vctlcsen about two weeks onn.
hns been cnnsht 'by tho WalluKu po
lice, and wu. bo aken to Honolulu thli
menlni,'. as ho has been, committed to
'he next term of tho Second Circuit
Court by District MaKls'rato McKay
It'"" ,no charge of burglary first desroc,
Three of tho six wa'cnos rtolcn wori
found nt Lahalni, ono In Wnlluku nnd
two Btlll on his person when arrested.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrlal edition U three rets to all
parte of the. Statmt.
WHAT THE PYTHIANS ARE'
DOING TO ENIEKTA1N HIM
Will Be Excellent Man to Advertise
Hawaii at Head of Or
Sters were taken by tho Knights of
I') thins last night at a joint meeting
nf representatives of Oahu Lodgo No.
1 and Mystic Lodgo No. 2, at Harmony
Hall for the entertainment of Supreme
Chancellor Ogden II. Pothers. There
was n largo gathering present and In-
tCrcst and enthusiasm was at Its full
.. 1,-11,1. Mr. ArM.lhM SlnMnlr .,.
est height. Dr. Archibald Sinclair act
ed nB chairman of tho meeting and C.
A. Murphy as secretary.
It was decided to have ono public re
ception during tho stay of the official
It was also decided to leave tho entire
tnsk of entertaining tho Supreme
Chancellor In the hands of a committee
of twenty-five of which Dr; Sinclair,
the chairman of tho meeting last night,
Is the chairman. Tho commtttco will
meet for tho first time this evening In
Harmony halt. The members of the
committee which will work under the
chairmanship of Dr. Sinclair aro:
Mystic Lodge, No. 2 II. J. Gallagher,
A. C. Murphy, Ed. Towsc. Dr. A.' J.
Derby, A. V. Gear, J. V. Eckardt, John
Kldwell.- Thos. O'Drien, Z. K. Myers,
Jas. 11. Oorman, A. L. Morris and S. J.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1. David Dayton,
Sam T. Decker, John Holt, F. Kllbcy,
If. McKechnle, Jonn Nelll, II. Smith,
Dr. Wayson, J. Rosenblatt., J, Erlck
son. A. Arndt and Clarence White.
Supremo Chancellor Fethcrs Is at the
arc In fhc neighborhood of seventy-five
weekly aud monthly publication!) in
the two countries named.
Mr. Fethcrs' position keeps him In
touch tlth this membership and the
Pythian press and, ns such, ho will cer
tainly prove a most valuable man to
On his way back from the Islands,
bo wilt visit the various lodges on his
route and, In addressing theso bodies
of Sir Knights, ho will ho bound to
say something about what ho has seen
and learned far out here In tho Paclfla
As nn advertiser of Hawaii, his ser
vices along this lino will bo Invaluable.
Thcro Is then besides tho pleasure In
entertaining Mr. Fethcrs extensively
and showing him all there Is to be
seen, another motive a selfish one.
THEY WANT A ROAD
Editor Evening Bulletin: I seo by
the Evening Bulletin that Mr. Boyd has
been hero and gone. Wo are disap
pointed. Wo did expect tho promlsn
of a road If nothing more. Wo live a
little below tbo Ulupalakua ranch and
there are a dozen or moro families of
small farmers near us that get to and
from their places as best they can. The
road from Makcna to Kula Is up
through tho pasturo land whero thorn
are very few people. As It Is now It'ls
of llttlo use to tho majority of the
people. Tho 'government sells us land
and taxes us but gives us no road. 1
have been acquainted more or less with
Honualla fltty-seven years and there
has never been a road here to accom
modate the people. Except for the
school at Ulupalakua we are about as
Oiptaln Cook left us.
WILLIAM S. WILCOX.
Ulupalakua, Maul, Dec. 24, 1901.
HCOTT IK KUMLM BRED.
Hllo, Dee. 26. James Scott, tho re
tiring constructing engineer of tho
Olna Sugar Company, was agreeably
surprised by tho white employees of
tbo mill last Friday. Mr. Scott has
had entire chargn o, placing tho ma
chinery In the big mill ana has work
ed hard to havo the, mill ready on time.
As tbo work woh ncnrlng completion
i number of tho men worn to part com
pany, and us Mr. Scott lias recently
been appointed manager oi Klhcl he,
too, was to loavo tho district. His
cmployoa in tho mill appreciating his
Kindly work felt that tlioy xuould show
somo substantial rcmemDranco.
On Friday last onn oi tbo men np
pruached him nnd requested him to
stop into tho sugar room and hear a
gricvancu which tho statf would lay
Tho gift waH a toilet traveling net of
twelvo pieces In heavy Alornrco enso,
each heavllv mounted lu silver and
marked with his monogram. On the
outBldo of tho caso Ih a silver plate
hearing tlui Inscription: Presented to
Mr. James Scott, by tho Employes ol
'n Olaa Mill, Olaa. Hawaii, 1901,"
Tho greatest bor upon this earth,
Tho biggest nuisance known.
Is ho who talks abou himself
And his small affairs alone.
When you think he ought to listen
While you talk about your own,
Chicago Daily News.
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P. R. I8ENBBRG, President.
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In Htly, elegant In finish, light and
cony running, arc the lending char
acteristics of our vehicles. Neither
time nor expenso Is spared In their
construction, and the result Is us fine
and well built a Itne ot vehicles made.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
I8S Merchant St., next
THE GOLDEN RULE
Calls attention to the fact that his(.GREAT DIS
COUNT BOOK 8ALB will be over in a few
days, and those who desire to SAVE 20 PfcR
CENT on books I or Christmas presents
can do so only by making their selections
at once. We have re eived per S. S. "Sierra" a
number of NEW BOOKS just published,
which are inciud in this sale. We have a : :
If you want them you can have them, as we will
not haggle over prices.
. A. MONTANA
Dressmaking H use
and Millinery Parlors
H, F. DAVIDSON, MANAGER,
Arlington Block. Hotel 6t.
PIIONB MAIN ail.
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EVERY DAY : :
we are showing
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ed in Honolulu.
C. F.'lIERRICK, Monnfjer.
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.Fine Ladles' Furnishings,
Children's Dresses, Import
ers of European goods (no
All orders receive prompt
attention, and courtesy
shown to all customers,
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Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, I ! T. H.
rada National Dank ot San Francisco.
Han EmuI.pm mm Ttin KfAVflft Mb.
tlonal Bank ot San Francisco.
London Tno union Bank ot Lon
Ntw York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
kongShanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America. I
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letten of Credit issued, available
in all tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (thic form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Piueer Biildiig aid Loai
A88ET8, JUNE So, 1001, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Sorles of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLenn, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder. Vice President:
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. dear,
uiKKcrrnnfl i t. ui. a
. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. B. dray,
. D.'Holt. A. W. Konph. J. A. I.vlo
Jr., J. M. Llttle,.U. S. Boyd. "
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Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
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The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital..,, Yen 24,000,000
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Reserved Fund ...... 'Yen 8.51o'.000
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The Hank hliva nnrl PAalva. tn- mI.
lection Bills Of Riphnnra lunaa Ttrmttm
and Letters of Credit, and transacts 'a
general Danking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
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Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., HI King Street
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CLEAN and wholesome groc
eries. One look at the Inside
of our store will convince you.
.Start today trading at Lewis
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Prompt and agreeable' service.
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240 Three Telephones 240.
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REAL ESTATE AND
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Architects, Contraetera and Builder
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Honolulu, T. H.
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Dealers in Lumber aid Citl,
Allen A Roblnaon,
Queen Btreet, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly-attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILD!!
for brick and wooden buildings, alas
Offlce and residence, 312 Queen at,
near Government building.
M. P. BERTELMAN'8
Carpenter Shop v
16 - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance oa
King street Orders left at either sho
or offlce at John Nott's store, King
street, will rctelve prompt attention.
Beer and Wins Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
' AND WINE MERCHANTS.,'
22? Queen St.. Honohifu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLfc.
Ryan & Dement
' Also proptletots of the popular
The pure juice of the grapefruit The
moat healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
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Bole annta for thn Torrltnrv if u.
wall. Office and Works. 601 Fort BL.
Honolulu, T. of II,
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M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
Furoptan and American Diy Goods.
, Fort and,! Queen Sts.
H. HackfeidJJ Co., Ltd.
Qeieral CoiwissiM Ageits.
CorJort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
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