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SUNDAY DULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., 8UNDAV. MAItCIf 2, 1902.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate as prizes for card games. Suitable as gifts to friends
and relatives In distant parts.
nnch rack contains flf ytlirco hair tone engravings of tho choir
1st views .f HonoUilu, llllo mill tlio principal pointH of 'ntcrcst m
the Islands. Hack dcBign of Knmehamchn Statue In co'ire. Edges
In Gold. Doublo cnamal turfnee, of tho very best finish. Large In
dexes make them suitable for all card games. Tclcscopo cases stamp
ed In Gold. Theso cards nro manufactured by tho United States Play
ing Card Co, who havo spared no pains In making them the flneBt
Bccnlc pack of cards over published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
fop fiiilc by
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd.
A beautiful assort
ment now on hand in
With such a fine
stock to choose from
It will bo easy to
make a selection.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furulture Denlcrw.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
But thoso desiring the health
foods, as handled by the Hono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stock Is com
plete In this line and wo nolo
the following Sanitarium Foods
row on hand:
WHOLE WHEAT STICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H. MAY & GO.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho nights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
ables for tho Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Malcb.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgis.
"French Revolution nnd Itellglons"
(Itcform), by Sloane.
"'Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Korna Gordyccff," by Maxim Gorky.
'inese aro only seven of tho now
books, but no havo seventy times
seven Just as good nnd as interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller nnd Stationer.
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder I
They are mitlstled tltnt the
Ingredients used In ItH
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think ho too when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
10CO FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
I HSV IE 5BSS
There Is individuality about eye
glasstu tho same as dress. Not every
one can bu fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should bo
made to lit tho face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than ono with a broad face.
Wo fit each individual, and taka all
necessary caro without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Cotton Dulldlna, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
SUPERINTENDENT J. H. BOYD
DISCUSSES PLANS OF
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
Superintendent James II. lloyd, chief . the building of beautiful homes In the parks und square and the cstnl.'i l
of tho Department of Public Works or'resldimo portions of tho city, should mont of reercntlon grounds, I mushier
paucity of fluids for tbo furtherance of an ndance and extension In public I in
public works proposed by the laBt leg-1 provements of a govornmoiuil I in
Islature, ono of tho most busily em-1 actor. As It Is now, v,o"t Is urns
plocd of tho Government department-(pushed forward, ns far as the limited
al officers In endeavoring to meet the, moans will permit, In tho m ullm; .mJ
almost constant demands for needed
Immediate repairs and Improicmcnts
and In preparing plans for new pro
Jccts to be presented by him for tnc
consideration of tho members of th?
incoming Legislative assembly. Mr.
Iloyd's attention Is, of course, more u.-
rectly paid to tho Immediate wants of sonted for the consideration if tnc In
tho community in tho way of roads, I coming Legislature will relnto I co.i
bridges, Btrects, etc., and tho good nnd i aervatlon of water, lncreae ,l
substantial character of which Is roost wharves, the Improvement, croiitloi of
macadnmlzlng of streets within in I
without tho tlty proper whlln BU'mr
ban lagoons and marshes aro m Ins
filled up and reclaimed.
Subject for Legislature.
"The chief subjects that will In pre-
neccBsary to supply the needs of tho
public traveling either on foot or bv
Vehicle. Ilctwccn official duties a Bill-
Irttn reporter had an opportunity to
question Superintendent Ilojd about
his projects for future Improvements,
Mr. lloyd said.
Welfare of People Supreme.
norc parks nnd squares, and fi" i p
Inllisli .'out of much needed roc '"a
tlon grounds: tho extension of Ho
sewerage system, by means 'if which
the sanitary condition of outlylm
points of tho city may be pheed In n
more healthful condition, nr.il Inst, but
not least, the building up of good iln -oughfares
nlong much trnv.led len.:'
"I am fully In accord with tho old tics
Itomnn adage. 'Salus popull Suprema. "With regard to the conervntl. of
est lex,' I. e.: "tho welfare of tho pco- water l havo plans prepared for tho
plo Is tho supremo law.' The Depart- establishment of storage ropervolrs at
ment of Public Works will bo ocr points in Kallhl, Nuuanu Valley mi.
ready to assist tho Hoard of Health in at Diamond Head. An Inflection will
obtnlnlng desired improvements in be mi'lo of tho possibilities fur wrier
sanitation, whllo my own special en- storage In Manoa Valley. Consldora
deavor will bo to enhanco tho welfare I tlon of real economy, ns well as due
of tho people, from Nllhnu to Hawaii, regard for tho safety of property tln
by additions nnd Improvements In wo-, below any site that may bo selected,
tor supply, roads, bridges, wharves, demands that tho rcrervolrs, as cou
sewerage and In other minor matters, 'Structed, should bo of the most ondtir
all of which lesser Items would, how- Ing character and nn amount of mrnoy
over, tend to tho comiort, convenience miIIii'jIo to accomplish tho des if d oo
ind welfara of tho general public of' Ml of stability will be asked -f the
the Territory of Hawaii, Is today, not- he recognized by tho Department ol that, In forwnrdlng the work lie d ,
withstanding tho great drawback lu Public Works In a tnngUi! inariicr b to provldo theso breathing spots . the
people, I nm only filling a long felt
want that Is a most necessary nill'iru
to tho capital city of a semi tropical
country. Tho lack of funds prcvonM
this particular work at present, but It
Is the Intention to ask for an npiun
printton sufficient to carry out tho
work In a proper manner. Tho matter
of good thoroughfares nlong tho most
traveled portions of tho city Is most
necessary for tho good name of a tlty
which has become so largely a center
of tourist travel.
For More Wharfage.
"To merchants nnd to those who go
down to the sea In ships, tho present
lack of wharf-room Is plnlmy nppircnt
more nnd better futilities for the land
ing of cargoes nro most urgently call
ed for by reason of the continued In
crease In Inward tonnage to this port
This matter of Increased wharf fnc III
ties Is recoiling the intention of the
department, and plans and estimates
looking to Improvement thereon nre
being prepared I
"Tho sanitation measures which nro
within tho Bcope of tho duty of the de
partment, such as sewerage and col
lection of garbage are to bo greatly
extended, tho results obtained Irom
the working of the present established
sewerage system in the city being, in
my estimation, most satisfactory. The
garbagu system Is being worked In a
thorough nnd practical manner so that
the formerly existing unsnvnry sights
and smells no longer otfend, even In
tho most thickly populated portions of
tho city." I
Tho projected plans of Superinten
dent lloyd, If they meet with tho ex
pected approinl and assistance of tho
Legislature, will, on their fruition,
provu of great benefit to tho public
welfare and reflect desert ed credit up
on tho Department of Public Works. I
ho Territory, as well as to that of the
passing tourist. I believe that tho
great enterprise evinced by tho men
of means of Honolulu ns shown In the
erection of largo nnd substantial struc
tures In the business portion and uy
! i 7't-lnture. When theso pro,!' iwl
Moiare riscrvn'ra aro compered the
cnpni-lty will obviate any further : u
ge of drought In tho city of Honn el.i.
Public Parks and Squares.
"In the matter of Improvement in
-f-M--r-M--M-tt--t-M-'M----M- -f-f-f-H-f-ffT-t-f-f-ff---t-t--f4--t- '"ff-ff-f-ff-f-f-f--t-"f--ff
Urn and letters advising Amerlians
no. to comu to tho Islands, as there
was neither room nor work; whllo at
I tho same time every effort was-liulng
J made to got every Asiatic possible Into
tho country? Was It becausa tho
American had a vote whllo tho Aslutlo
had none, nnd votes wcro tho ouly
means which could bring Americanism
What right has an American to
think, if ho Mi oh in Hawaii? Who
aro tho men or Interests wiio hnio
Questions We Should Answer
. , i Editor Sunday Bulletin. ou as a "carpet-bagger, "politician,'
"Straws show which way the wind "offlco Becker," or "general good for-
bl0Wi , nothing"? Who are, tho men ready to
"We can tell a carpenter by his chips." nl th American?
Two old yet good sayings. Aro they Why Is It thnt If a man Is a member
to be depended upon? Can wo Judgo of tho "gang" ho can even ho seat to
tl,n fnlur.. liv Hut nnKt nml nrpnpnt? Washlnc-lnn with nrlvatn or Govern
Should wo oven think upon tho follow- ment money with the published rur-1 l,rol,Kht " thousands of Japanese to
- . I llflllinll flniBl L...U .. - - - -
Ing questions? When tho tlmo cmo poso to seek office for himself nnd. ,,'"u"' '""hi" mum uur wnn, ami
for the laws to bo drafted to make Ha- friends, or to keep them from L ing
wall a part of tho United States, who put out of office, and yet Is called
was It that wanted to limit tho Ha- "ono of our representative men of Ha
waiian voto by making It necessary wall"?
.hat every voter should own property why Is It that T. McCants Stewart
an tho Islands, and road and write should bo attacked by tbo Advertiser?
Kngllsh? Why did they so strongly -aa it becnuso ho was a crlmlml or
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLE1
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our late scientific method applied to tb
gums. No sleep-producing agents o
Theso aro the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
ANOES and Ingredients to extract, fit
and apply gold crowns and porcelali
crowns undectecablo from natural tet
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wor.
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS o
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give ub a, call, and you will On
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In ndvanco exactly whs
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
Bet Teeth 85.00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Pllllnn 6I.O0
Silver Fillings j.GOc
Our name alone will lk a guarante
that your work will be of tho beet.
New York Dental Parlors
Uoom 4, Elite Building, Hotel SUM
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays. 9 a, m. to 12 m.
turned them loose, to drlvo out our
worklngmen, ruin our contractors, and
fill our courts with criminals?
How does It come. If our officers of
tho Government aro such strong Chris
tians, and deinnnd the enforcement of
laws, that nenrly ovcry Chlneso and
Insist on this quallllcatlon? Was it a dangerous man, or was It beenuM,!1" "no joint or wo city u
o take away Hawaiian votes and I cep he dared to publicly express American op"', , minca n Sunday?
ho power in tho hands of tho fow? 8enllmcnls, and. it may-bo. aid the1. y '" ' ,hat ,u "anl,nr5' 8,r(;,,,,
Who aro thoso who havo been so- Hawaiian mind to learn a fow Ideas ol " '"' enU " ',or lon" of our nro
m.rin,- hi- ....rel.n.n or nriu-ns of law i,i. u ., i ii n,. ih A.i I bclnB '""cadamlzod, whllo there Is not
" O " I"---- - , ...I............ . ....J ... .V ...... ..... ....
ovcry foot of land from tho untlvo vertlser mid a certain "gang" at'ack
Hawaiian? cicry man who dares' to express un
Havo wo as many Hawnllnns and
other voters who could qualify ai
property owners ns In 1897? If not.
why? If not, who aro tho owners of
tho property? Has It all bcon acquir
ed honestly from the Government und
wno mailo all uawntlans Amen tnn oniy possessor of puro Ileptib-
cans? Who made our poorest citizen ncan Wl.as nml credited ns Doing tho
equal to tho wealthiest, before our oniy man wllc. cnn nvo up to horost
country and In tho courts? Was It convictions?
hnan nrtin n nnru In nuttinrllir In mifi
..,. ..., . .... ... ......, ... . ! Wn wa() ,t lat ,h0 Ch.mbcr .
commerce were so anxious In inn.
I rress the asking of Federal aid In
Why Is it that a Republican In tho
Homo ltulo party or tno labor organi
zations Is branded with ovory evil
name short of tho ono Ills Satanic
Majesty claims patent? whllo n no-
I publican of tho "gang is spoken of
tho Congress of tho
Why is t that tho plantation, are tlMnBlnK llnnolllluT Was .1 bo-auso'od for Its mud
uw, UK lu .KUIO i.uv.u mum, (heJ at ,a8t rcaUeij thal Bcn u0.
u...i urn UOl w.a.i uio negro o. ... ,,, w0Ud proyo tne oxBtcncp 0,
soum.' is u iiccauso tno negro uas a
vote, whllo tho Asiatics have nono? or
crisis on tho Inland, and thnt
with all her 'Wealth wns unablo to
Is It because a non-voting class if la- ',, hr .,.,,. .,., ,,,-,'..
hnr M h.ll.r ,r,,, ,h. Il.ll-n to PP '" AB'a"C t.0m.m., n',y ' " 'rl-nd mtUt OCUpy
uor can uei.er crusn u.e ..uwui.a.. .u Wag t Qn acc01mt of tho fRct ,hat u
tho wall, run out tho poorer American wou(, )0 nari, , exp)an ,0 Walh .
t ntitf nnd Innin l.ntrur nrnillu In fhn ..
..., M.... .V-.., UV..V. ,..w...- .- .(J,, wny , (J0VCrn0r fallOtl tO
money enough In tho tronsury to Im-
proie the Insanllary streets iu Kaka
ako! Should we answer such questions as
Is it the duty of n citizen to shut
his eyes and belluvo that because tho
Bplro of Central Union Church over
looks tho city thnL therefore all tho
citizens aro saints and the Govern
ment the best on earth?
Ab a citizen I nm "up ngalnst it."
I havo met so many Interrogation
points In trying to learn my duty, that I
I am like the man who was on horso-j
hark going through the streets of ono
of the pioneer towns of California not-
. friend called to tho
rider, whose head wns Jitnt above tho
surface of the mud "I say. Tom. want
any help out there?" Ills answer
calls to mind the position our Ha'iall-I
when ho called
If you cannot Nnd him just look
in at the
HE Wilt BE THERE
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY fviORNING
or nfternoon. given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Corresponrtnt
back. "Oh, neier mind me; I'm on
horseback, hut ou might help mat
i" ' "" "- " -- hi iir- poor ronow naeu lielilml, who Is (om-
form ins duty in caning n special ses- Ing on foot
slon or tho Legislature If such a con
Did tho President, In appointing,
glvo our Governor the extraordinary
I thercfnrr subscribe mi self,
power to not only attempt to Incrlml- DOCTOR KNAPP'S
n-nrblncr .,n l.nlh nlrluo nt th fi.niT.f ......, .u.uiiiii oof
Do two-faced men and parties pleaso 1 tho reason why tho Govornor docs
the leaders of tho American nation f not call a special session of the Log
Is It the fact that a number of our lslaturo becauso ho bolloves It will
(Continued from pate 1.)
Why wasMt that nt the Itepubllcan
mass meeting not a Binglo white man
spoke in favor of tho Hawaiian fran
chlbo? Why was It thnt Col. Klshor so loud-
lu Fnml n n.tltln nirnlnol Ihn I nnnr
mi. -.fc.. .......- ..... .k ...,..i nat0 th' -eglBlaturo but also to proph
, , . , , csy what action that uncerta n l.odv
prepnrcd petition against taking away , . ., ...,, j .. . r
. ., , ., , . . might see fit to take? and dd ho give
tho Hawa an franchise? Was It bo-' . ,. . "'"" 1,B
IhA tlnvnrnni- Ihn nnwn. In tn u
caiiBO It would not haio looked woll . . , ,. " ' ,' " "" u, moT"
. L - . ,. . ., ,. i "iu political prophet nnd dictator
to be found by President Iloosivct , . ... . . . ! "icwior
. iof what tho Legislature should Ani
ment," said the InioHtlgator. thnt It Is
our oarneht desire to aid the deu-lnp
ment of tho resources of those Islands
to the ft. Hi at i.vlpnl Thi.r.. Is not A
leading citizens nro attempting to take no action, or Is It becauso ho and groat deal of cultivable land here and
cover up their attempts to dlsfranchlso his gang know that the Loglslaluro t desirable that tho whole ot It
tho Hawaiian by aiding to can public .appreciate tho conditions and might ! should be brought into the bearing of
meetings In which they take no part? not onlv clean tho slums of Honolulu. MB pr0(Ulct nbB. Rrowg ,., ,D
Would not tho statement In Washing- but continue tho good work, and by dry R0 nn thurn Rr ,, BpQth
ton, that only Hawallans spoke and .the County and Municipal Governmont' dnuhiiv ... .. i
took part in tho Republican meeting, will remove some of tho dirty thrones ly anythlng , f , ,, oJm,,t
poiireiy ncMiroy iuv vuvm 01 inn . t.itinui-ni ivs
A Shoe of Instant Favor
A Shoe of Quality
A Shoe for Men
A Shoe for Women
Exclusive in Style
Remarkable merit for long sen Ice nnd easy fitting.
We carrj these In gentlemen and ladles styles we are solo
agents . . .
...MclNERNY SHOE STORE...
If tho fact became known that rer
tain of our' leading Republicans wore
well as city?
Why Is It that the plantations with
ono accord suspende development and children part of the ear and with
wnllan voto, how many true Americans
would voto for any man who ovon In
directly represented such dishonor,
and un-American net?
Reaularltyl Certainty Despatch! ""' " ,v l"ul UTBrjr ,nan wn T
Tel. Main 76. 98:48. Elite Dlda. presses American sentiments Is brand-
attempting to disfranchise the Ha- ( work? Why was It that the business tho raising of coffeo
In'erestB under tho samn
This Is my specialty. I have mado
a study of advertising nnd know the
I will tnko your advertising space In
the newspapers nnd MAKE IT EARN
I know by experience that common
sense udicrtlscments are effective
' both as a means of telling store news
and of creating a demand for goods.
I will tnko charge of the advertise
ment writing of a business house for
ten dollars per month.
Chas. R. Rrazier,
Proprietor find .Mnnngcr.
PIOINEER ADVERTISIINQ CO.
T12L. AAIN 3SO.
CLIINTOIS J. HUTCHIIN.S,
Bpili"il M NV JB
FIRE w "2f MARINE
iVIcirNBRIW BLOCK, PORT ST.
The entire stock of Iron bed
steads carried by Theo. II. Da
vlos & Co. has been sold to us
at far below their wholesalo cost
on account of DavlCB lack of
facilities for handling theso
This stock combined with our
own (which was tho largest on
tho Islands) makes us over
crowded, so wo will hold a spe
cial sale for two weeks, begin
ning March 1st, in order to ro
il ure the stock.
Prices will astonish you.
WILLARD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co:;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Bond Exchange.
What Is very desirable Is to tlnrt work
for tbo women and children Coffee
furnishes such employment for women I
there should ho
manage-1 Eomo other iifi,. i,i,,,r . mi ,,
rnents joined the movement? Wm It tho time. Tho making of mats and
to drive out. .brough lack of work, ev- similar work would I., profitable hero
papers, also p.antat.ons se-nt out Crcu-' Idt TZZX: '""'
J. M. KANEAKUA.
COUNSELLOR A LAW,
lmriBethel 8t Near the Poitofflct
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL. D.D.8.
Love Unlldlng, Kort 8treeL
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main S2I
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or sale ot
tocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated I
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUnjon
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinui,
RW-ed to Room 306, Jndd Bnilding
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin li the laroett and best pub
llihcd In the Territory. Sixteen ard
twenty pages. $1 a year.
! DR. WM. 6. ROGERS.
8UROEQN AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
itK.MOVhU to new office, IMS Ala
kca Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 9 to li, 3 co 6:30, 7 to I; Sun-
days, 9 to ...
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
I Offices Itooma 208-109 Boston build
I Ing. Kort Street.
I Telephones Offlco, Main S5: Ito-
I Idenco. White 2861.
Hours II a, m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to 5
p. m.: 7 to 8 p.m.: Sundays, II to 2 n.m.
P. O. Uox 801.