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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T , SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1902.
Published Every Sunday Morning
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. H., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON.. Editor
Entered at the Post Oftlco at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S...$ .75
Per quarter, anywhere In U. S.. 2 00
Per year, anywhere In U. S... 8 00
Per year, postpaid, foreign . , . 11.00
The Sunday Bulletin.
Per month $ .IS
Per quarter 35
Per year 1.26
Per year, postpaid, foreign 1.75
W jekly Bulletin.
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Per year, postpaid, foreign 1.50
Evening and Sunday Bulletin.
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Per quarter, anywhere In U. S... 2 35
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Post Office Box
MARCH 30, 1902,
For Representative Fourth District.
W. W. HARRIS
With tho end of Lent come
fool's day, the baseball season,
winds and bock beer.
Candy manufacturers arc mergtn
into a Trust with a fle million dollar
capital. What a lot of sweet stuff that
The State or New York has $l,fi79,'
906,000 lnested In manufacturing In
dustrlcs and pajs out $408 801,952 In
wages every jcar.
Now that joung Dana has retired
from the New York Sun and I.aftan
has acquired control, that paper Is
once more a union office.
Japan has been buying steel In Colo
rado, this locality being favored on ac
count ot the sating in transportation
expenses to the Japanese Government
A collection ot 2U0.0U0 specimens of
mlcrolepldoptera has just been given
to the British Museum. For the Bafcty
of the people of Hawaii we are glad
that they arc not to be let loose In
The Italian Government has agreed
to pay 31,000,000 lire to satisfy tho de-
mands of striking railway employes.
In this country Italian strikers receive
very different treatment.
Tho Cunard Company has contract'
cd for two Bteamers with 48,000 horse,
power engines and a speed of twenty
five knots. Wo wonder how long it
will be before this peaceful pond gets
soma trans Pacific flyers.
More than ono hundred labor unions
In Cleveland. Ohio, are to unite into
one great trust to be known as the
United Trade and Labor Council In
point of numbers of thoso interested
this will probably bo the largest trust
In any one city.
Ilryan Is still willing. Ho sas he Is
merely a private citizen and not a can
dldato for anything, but he would not
give a bond not to accept tho Demo
cratic nomination If It was tendered
him. Hon. William should not lose
any sleep over the matter.
Hon. Amalgamated Association Shaf
fer has come to tho front again, this
time heading a committee that visited
tho American Tin Plate Company'
officials. It Is not stated whether Mr
Shaffer has yet discovered that ho wat.
beaten In last year's big steel strike
President Roosevelt Is said to have
just paid six thousand dollars for a
Missouri bred saddle horse. Prince
Henry Is Bald to bo negotiating for the
animals run mother. It would bo a
graceful act of courtesy If tho Presl
dent were to name his animal Prince
and If tho Prince wero to name, hie
Tho Pennsjlvanla Railroad Company
has a record report for last year. Its
gross earnings were J198.C2C.878, oper
ating expenses $133,713,386, not earn
Ings $64,913,492. Compared with 1900
there was an Increase of (23,390,524 In
gross earnings and of $10,175,414 In
pet earnings. There wero 243,408,035
tons of freight moved last year, an In
crease of 24,331,658 tons; and 104,471
301 passengers were carried, a gain ot
20,794,855 for the year.
Hon. James J. Hill, tho railroad
merger, Is threatening tho Department
ot Justice, He says that if the Attor
ney General's department does fight
him, "they will wish they had nover
been born before thoy got through
Just because Hill has become a mil
llonalro In the last few years, ho has
tho Impertinence to attack tho constl
tutlonal government of the United
States. It Is to be hoped there Is some
law that can deal with Hill per so.
Hon. Samuel Gompers, president of
the Federation of Labor, wants n law
"to prevent the employment of labor
working over eight hours a day." A
country In which a man Is forbidden
by law to work as much as he pleases
cannot be a freo country, nor Is the
labor In It free labor. Mr. Oompers'
scheme would restrict tho efforts of
the ambitious and the energetic, check
joung men from working overtime to
pny for a college education and thus
secure their own advancement. Ho
would stop Intelligent labor from
progressing beyond the dead level of
the less Intelligent, whether Biich la
bor bo white, colored or Oriental. He
would abolish the freedom of the Con
AN EASY VICTORY.
The discovery made by Chairman
Gear that August Drelcr, tho Fusion
candidate of the Fourth District, Is not
eligible for the office for which he has
been named, confirms the steadfast
contention of tho Bulletin Hint the Re
publican party had everything to gain
and nothing to lose by placing a can
didate In the field for the special elec
tlon In what an Idiotic position would
tho paity have found Itself had It re
fused to place a candidate In the field
only to find, too late, that the opposi
tion ready with a candidate, had plac
ed a man In the field who was barred
out by a technicality.
Failure to bo equipped for the emer
gency whether It be an active canvaBS
for an empty honor or readiness to
profit by the shortsightedness of tfic
opposition would certainly liatre
fleeted no credit upon the Judgment
or the courage of the party leaders or
any faction of its rank and file As it
turns out tho Republicans have a clear
field, the victory Is already won and
should occasion arise for a special ses
sion of the Legislature tho party Is
assured good representation.
It is not (o be supposed that the
Home Ruler and Democratic fuslonlsts
will give up without a struggle. They
w 111 doubtless appeal to the courts to
have Mr. Drclcr's name placed on tho
ballot for the election Failing to ac
complish this they may as a matter of
principle marshal their forces to cast
their ballots for Mr. Drelcr to show
their political Btrcngth though thej
have nothing to gain from such a
course. Whatever they may do how
ever It is very plain from the reading
of the Organic Act that Tir. Drcler
cannot by any possibility be elected to
illl the vacancy in the representation
oi (he Fourth District. And though
the victory be an empty one for the
Republican party, the organization Is
nevertheless on record as being ready
for the fray under any and all clrcum
stances Party Integrity lias been pro
served from all standpoints and tho
shortsightedness of the opposition ex
emplified In such an amusing manner
that the Republicans gain all the pres-
tlgo they need as well as securing the
representative that Is wanted.
Nothing moro satisfactory could be
asked. To the opponents of the Re
publican party is handed over the
monopoly of worry.
HON. LONG JIM HOGG.
London has been honored this win
tcr by the presence of Hon. Long Jim
Hogg, of Texas. Hut London has been
disappointed by tho non appearance of
Hon Long JlnJ Hogg's legs encased in
silk stockings and school boy knick
ers An American statesman who tlpj
tho scale at 296 pounds Is a rarity any
where, except In Texas, and whin to
that ponderosity. Is added a stature of
74 Inches, the loss must have been
doubly keen to the denizens of the
It would seem to the ordinary Amer
ican citizen, and even to those Colo
nial tourists who crowded the good
steamer Sierra last week on their way
to see the coronation o. the King of
England, that the contemplation of
one king at a time would be ample to
satisfy the most exacting gazo of mor
Rut no, an ocular Inspection of the
Texan King of Oil was In as great a
demand a"s a vista of tho King of Eng
land. Quotations for front window
seats on th6so Btreets through which
the King of On was to have passed,
upon the occasion of his meeting of
comity with tho King of England, havo
not reached us, hut wo feel assured,
Tor tho reputation of Texas Is at stake,
that they exceeded tho hundred dollar
mark for a good front bay-window soft
seated chair, where the range of vision
We venture this assertion for two
reasons Tho American King of Oil
was receiving the homage of the Brit
ish people at a time when an ordinary
Herman prince was being liberally en
tertalned with the American katzen
jammer. And because tho King of Oil
was tho hero of Thrcadncedle street
whero he had successfully exchanged
wo Splndlo Top gushors for the sum
of 900,000 sterling, throwing In the
Mtle of tho Texas Oilfield Company
ilxty untouched wells, and ten thou
land acres of land Bomewhere In
Louisiana On the credit sldo the Oil
King takes four nil tank stenmcrs and
in order for 3,000 tons of oil from the
3reat Eastern Railway In addition tc
he 900,000 sterling
But tho Hon l.ong Jim Hogg only
lung this little corporation out as a
'eeler, for ho Is now promoting a $15,
100,000 Trust, mark tho word, to oper
tto his llttlo oil Meld at Beaumont, In
Toxas. And Judging from the ropldltj
vlth which tho fnme of tho King o'
311 has spread from Capel Court to St
Stephen's, that royalty, nobility and
tentry clamor for a cllmpso of him, he
vlll succeed Just as easily as the
Spindle Top Qushcrs dally shoot forth
their 400,000 gallons of the oil ot
Success to Hon. Long Jim Hogg, of
Texns, the King of Oil, the plutocrat
of plutocrats, the corporatlonlst of cor
poratlonlsts, the millionaire of million
nlres. Demnttlon to the foe of Mam
mon; ostracism to tho enemy ot the
Golden Calf; banishment to tho cen
sorious critic of tho monopolist.
CUBA'S SUGAR SITUATION.
Cuba's fate still hangs In tho bat
ance as far as aid to Its Biigar Industry
Is concerned. Those Republican Con
gressmen who have fought so well for
protection to the domestic sugar In
dustry had not been overcome when
the laBt mall left the coast. Then the
committee on Wajs and Means had
apparently abandoned the form of
special tariff reduction In favor ot a
plan for reciprocity which chairman
Payne had Introduced In the House,
The main feature of this bill Is that It
compels tho enactment by Cuba "of
Immigration and exclusion laws as ful
ly restrictive of immigration as tho
laws of the United States," a conccs
slon that free and Independent Cuba
should unhesitatingly refuse.
During tho Republican discussion
over the Cuban sugar question tho
point, was made that n bounty bo paid
to the American beet sugar manufac
turers In the shape of a rebato of the
Internal revenue tax on alcohol to an
amount approximating the loss tho
beet sugar men would Bufier through
a twenty per cent tariff reduction to
Cuba. One of the by-products of tho
sugar beet Is a low grade black molas
ses from which alcohol Is made. The
present Internal revenue tax on high
grade alcohol Is $2 07 a gallon, and tho
Idea Is to pay back a portion of that
tax to the beet sugar producers This
plan, however, would be opposed by
the producers of corn alcohol and Is
not likely to be very seriously consid
ered. Judging from an article that has
qulto recently appeared In a paper
published In Havana, the "Avlsldor
Commercial," it is a moot question
whether the Cubans themselves really
desire any aid for their Industry. That
Cuba can produce sugar moro
cheaply than any other country,
and she will find markets if tho
Government to be established
knows how to obtain liberty to
offer Cuba's market to the country
which gives the most In return. If
the United States makes less
than 50 per cent reduction In tho
tariff tho first thing tho new Gov
ernment should do Is to demand
the right to mako commercial
treaties wltK other nations.
This throws tho onus of proof moro
thoroughly upon the shoulders of the
Sugar Trust, and tho Administration,
to Bhovv why any direct aid" wliatevcr
should be given to this ono Cuban in
dustry when an independent willing
ness Is expressed for commercial lib
erty and reciprocity.
The Idea that a limit of 850 000 tons
bo placed upon tho quantity of Cuban
sugar to recclvo any tariff concession
setuiB to havo fallen to the ground
As our Washington correspondent
points out. It would clearly demoralize
tho market and defeat the object de
sired when receipts approached tin
limit" Tho most popnlar plan Is that
whli h would allow a rebate of twenty
per cent, for n term of three jcars
nut tiie beet people seem afraid to
comedo even this much lest tho Senate
increase tho amount of the rebate
Tho Senate undoubtedly Is moro favor-
ablo to some form of assistance for
the Cubans than Is the House, many
of whoso members seek re-election
this fall, and who would find It difficult
to explain to their constituents why
they abandoned tho protective tariff
Should the Piesldent. In case Con
gross refuses to nld tho Cubans, enter
Into a treaty for the annexation of
ilielr Island that would bo subject to
ratification by tho Senate alono and
would relievo tho members of tho low
er chamber from nny responsibility
But Hawaii, In such an event, would
havo to compete as a sugar producer
on even terms with Cuba, the ques
tions of labor, fn Ights, Insurance and
proximity to market being decidedly
ngalnst us In this connection It Is
well to remember that Cuba already
possesses storago facilities for as
much sugar as constitutes tho annual
crop of Hawaii, hence manipulation of
tho market would be easy, against our
Interests, by tho largo financial body
that Is said to control the bulk of the
product of the Cuban mills
Horn, Jim Ham Lewis Bcems to have
been picmaturo In his efforts to or-
janlze a Beet Sugar Trust to flgTit tho
Ulg Sugar Trust. It is true that tho
Dnly way the Sugar Trust will over he
effectually squelched In tho Unltol
3tates Is by beet sugar factories nut
t present thoy are too few and far
jctwuen to offer any serious opposl
lon to the operations of tho Octopus
men total eomuined output is now
inly 100,000 tons of sugar ns against
in output of moro than a million tons
ly tho Sugar Trust. And neither tho
iprcckels nor tho Oxnard beet fac
orlcK can he telled upon to enter the
Ista ngaliut the New York giant.
When Lady Fiancls Hope sklppel
rom Now York with Majoi Putnam
Iradleo Strong slio left some silk stock
ng souvenirs behind her. The apart
nents she occupied have been empty
actress. Besides the stockings there
until recently rented by Corlnne, the
wero otner articles, unenumeratcd, of
clothing and private letters. But there
has been a run only on the silken hose
and one of Corlnnos friends secured
a pair which he conspicuously placed
In his rooms. The news soon spread
and Corlnne has been so pestered with
souvenir sceklngs that she posted this
notice on her door:
Pcoplo looking for souvenirs need
not appl). There are no moro souve
nirs to glvo away.
Hon. John S. Kennedy, a New York
banker, director and philanthropist
has already been on the witness stand
In New York In the Federal suit
against tho Hilt Morgan railroad com
bine. Other witnesses on the little list
Include E H Harrlman, J. P. Morgan,
William C. Rockefeller Jas Stlllman,
Dan'Lamont, Brayton Ives, Henry W,
Cnnnon and many other Wall street
celebrities Witness Kennedy's test!
mony was mainly remarkable for what
he had forgotten and didn't know.
Mathematics does not seem to bo
absolutely essential to success In war
fare. Lieutenant Louis Joseph Van
Schalck, who was dropped In his
fourth J ear at West Point because ho
was a failure at figures, fought fifty
bolomen "single-handed, killed threo
and held the others until reinforce
ments arrived He was twice wound
ed In the nrm and has to undergo a
difficult operation. His name has been
presented for promotion.
Hon Billy Mason recently pushed
himself Into a banquet, given by the
Chicago Bar Association, to which ho
had not been Invited He was found
squeezed in between two gucstB at the
small end of the table with no plates,
knives, forks, spoons or wlno glasses
in front of him Rather than havo n
scene the committee gavo orders to
supply the United States Senator with
the necessary paraphernalia It Is up
to Hon, Billy to explain.
So a man may earn and Bavc money,
but he cannot leave it to his relatives
and friends as he may desire them to
have It after his death. This, In effect,
Is the decision of the Supreme Court
of California In the case of tho proper
ty of tho late James G Fair. For eight
jcars It has been In dispute and now
me ucau mans children can do as
Uiey please with the millions which Is
precisely what their father did not
Commissioner of Agriculture Wray
Taylor will regret to learn that artifi
cial rubber Is being made In Utah
This was a mean trick to play on tho
Commissioner after his progressive ar
rangements for the spread of tho rub
ber tree In Hawaii. The artificial
product costs a cent and a half per
pound while natural crude rubber Is
worth more than a dollar.
Hon T. V. Povvderly. commissioner
of Immigration, refuses to resign and
says the President must removo him
from office before ho will budge. This
is another case like that of Appraiser
Wakcman. In some cases it seems
that a taste of office inspires a lust
for Its permanent, with tho Idea that
the office caiinot get along without tho
The language used In tho Tillman
Mcl-atiron contest In tho United
States Senate has since been repeated
In tho llouso of Commons by John Dll
Ion who was promptly suspended.
Thero was no blood drawn as Mr.
Chamberlain had his feelings under
control and behaved like a gentleman
Daltlmoro recently celebrated, by a
dinner, tho tenth anniversary oi the
establishment of the temperance party
In Mar land. John l7. Woolley, Presi
dential candidate on (Tie Prohibition
ticket In 1900, was the guest of honor.
and women Prohibitionists served at
An advance In the price of lumber Is
promised from Tacoma ns soon as the
thice coast associations aro merged
Into one. The new combine promises
to (elebiato Its trustshlp by an in
cuaso of not less than fifty cents per
thousand feet with a stiffening In
The shipping subsidy bill has pass
ed the Sonnte at last, but there wero
half a dozen stalwart Republican Sen
ators fiom Interior states who voted
against It. The measure) was exceed
ingiy unpopular In tho central and
central western states of the union
During tho consldciatlon of the Loud
bill to place tho turai free delivery
mall earrleis under the contract sjs
tern, It developed that the mall bag ro
pali Bhop was operated under the
sweatshop syBtcm, women and girls
working at starvation wages.
Eplscopullans should all drop their
differences today and attend the fare
well services conducted by Bishop
Willis, who has faithfully attended to
nis duties In Hawaii for many do-
Plans for the effective fortification
of Porto Rico are being considered by
.he War Department. What did you
say was being done for Hawaii In this
The largest steel rail output on rec
ord In tho United States was during
laBt month, when nearly 300,000 tons
it finished rails wrte delivered.
Tioublo betweon stockmen resulted
in a duel at Leonard, Taxes, An utter
sck ot the proprieties was shown In
ho selection of the arena, which was
a restaurant whero one of the contest
ants was enjoying his supper. The
opposing forco that disturbed the meal
was killed Little Irregularities of this
kind Bhould not bo allowed to occur at
Ping pong has Its disease Just as
other fashlonablo amusements have
had. In the ping pong case It Is called
tho "ping pong arm" and Is caused by
tho unusual use ot hands and arms re
sulting In lame shoulders.
American foreign trado Is not Im
proving. In tho last seven months
there has been an lncrcaso ot $07,366,
811 In Imports, and a decrease of $29,
925,109 In exports, thus showing a
debit of nearly $37,500,000 In tho na
tional commercial ledger,
The chances of n visit from Secre
tary of Agriculture Wilson aro lessen
ing. He has been loaded up with the
agricultural possibilities of Alaska and
wants to size up that situation for
Oxfoid and Cambridge have decided
to play a cable chess match with Har
vard, Yale, Columbia and Princeton,
Next should come an International
ping pong contcsL
Boston's big strike has not yet been
settled. Tho longshoremen and team
drivers still have grievances, Inas
much as other men havo taken their
On Tuesday the Anglican Episcopal
church will cease to exist. So should
the petty nagging and quarreling that
has been its chief feature for far too
The Grand Army has had a long and
hard fight against Commissioner of
Patents Evans, but It now looks as It
the latter were booked for Buffalo.
Another spice of temper has been
shown In the United tales Senate, Sen
ators Bacon and Mason having a sharp
debate on the question ot "Insult."
Kansas has adopted the Installment
plan for marriages, one Justice there
fixing his fee and holding the certlfl
rato as security till It Is all paid,
The failure of tho blockhouse sjs-
tern In South Africa has led tho Brit
ish public to an understanding ot the
failure ot the blockhead system.
Tho Republican party has nominat
ed William W. Harris for tho vacancy
In the House of Representatives. Now
get to work boys and elect him.
Hon. Grill Lycurgus has a cold chill
in sail l ranelsco. lie should come
back at once and get warm, not talk
about leav Ing us for over.
The Chinese Tongs are again at war
"it the Coast. If it were n case of the
pokers and shovels tho strife would
Boon bo ended.
So the Hon. Tod Sloan has taken
unto himself a wife, and none other
than the prettiest llttlo French girl In
nil of Paris.
General Miles Is onco more sore at
the Administration. The Administra
tion, however, will doubtless be able
to stand it.
Grover Cleveland had more fun
shooting ducks than he would haw
had shaking hands with Prlnco Henry.
Hon David Bennett Hill is the chos
en Democratic Moses of Now York
who Is to lead all factions to victory.
Calamity and piospeilty aro all the
same to somo men, provided they can
mako money nut of tho condition.
Settle up jour personal tax bills to
; curious crinkles;
By LANAI LOUNGER.
Dirty water thrown high Is apt to
take the thrower In the neck as It
Governor Dole probably Intends to
fortify Aala Park, since he has made a
place on his staff for an engineer offl
cer. It Is to bo feared (ha Governor
Is acting too late as usual. Files have
already Invaded tho map nnd seilously
damaged the park.
Lawyers on both sides aro Bhjlng
books Into tho Judicial aicna at Wash
Ington, to decide whether there was
ever a transition period In Hawaii over
which the constitution did not extend
Pei haps the Silpreme Court will find
the whole thing settled In that terse
Congressional document known ns the
New lands resolution. President Mc
Klnley stopped a lot of land transac
tions here, within the very time In
question, on the stlength of that ex.
presslon of Congicss.
The telegraph Hues between New
York and Philadelphia are to he laid
under ground. When the Phlladel
phlans heard that the recent storm had
cut off communication with New York,
they raised an outcry for wireless
telegraphy or something that would
forfend all danger of such another pe
riod of suspended animation The rem
edy found for the distress of the Quak
ers will go a long way toward sending
nil electric conductors, particularly
within towns, under giound
This paragraphei humbly confesses
that in last issue he Inadvertently
wrote "chickens" where he meant
"ducks," thereby making a "goose" ot
himself and perpetrating "fowl" play
upon the gentle reader
William Jennings Bryan goes to live
In a barn until his new dwelling Is
44444 - i44 - K - f - f - f - f - f - f - f4i4
;i The Governor
"Was jou to see Hie Sierra off when
sho Itlt for tho City on Wen'sday?1
said Hit seco'nd mato of the Welaka
hao, addressing the captain. The Wo
ljlu'iino was again In port after doing
her tegular weekly stunt between Isl
ands. Tho captain, the chief engineer
aril tho Inquisitive second mate were
holding down various Items of freight
on the wharf and now and then saying
iiido things about the rain.
"How could I Ij6 (o tho Sierra when
we was at Bea, buekin' the ragged
pftirn nf n wind tnrn nrnnn. nnd nlrkln'
tho teeth of a greedy galo with the
saucy prow of the fast and furious
wclakahno. von ilurrer. van?" an.
swered tho captain with a superiority
befitting the occasion.
"You oughtcr have been one of these
hero vcislficrs, Capn," said the chief I
one neer. Willi a z ance oi sucn deen
appreciation that he nlmost won tho
't limn wrntn ilnwn rnnnlrlornhln
....... ........ ........ ................
puuirj 111 my wine, rc-pueu 111c snip-
Iiur, uuiuiy nuuw.iiK wuuiuur iu luutt
flattered or foolish. "Why do jou
"I didn't ask," said the engineer,
'but when jou referred to 'ptckin' the
teeth of a greedy gale' anil the 'rag-
ged edge of a wind toTn ocean', it kind
of struck mo you must he of a poctl
"Yes; I could set hero and make up
poetry ouf of my own mind on any
thing you llko to name," boasted tho
"S'posc jou ITeak off a few lines on
this here darned rain." challenged the
second mate, still smarting from tho
captain's Intlmntion that he was n
"I love to watch the gentle rnln"
began tho skipper, rolling his ejes to
the clouded heavens for an Inspira
tion, "Falling down with might and
By this time the second mato was
violently blowing his nose to hldo tho
laugh that threatened to choke him.
"Finish the verso yourself. If jou'ro
such a high art hjpocrlt," snorted the
"Shuro;" answered tho second
mate. "Does It hurt ou. gentle rain,
when jou touch that window-pane?"
"What was ou saying when jou
mentioned tho Sierra awhile ago?"
said tho captain, wisely cutting loose
from the subject of poetry.
"Why, I was readln"ln tho paper
about Governor Dole goln' away, and
the band playln", and the people cheer
In nnd the lcls hloomln', and all that
ort of thing. I didn't know before
what a holt tho Governor had on the
heart strings of the people."
"Heart strfngs nothln'!" growled tho
captain; "I heard all about that affair.
In the first place the band had to play
or lose Its Job. and In the second place
the Advertiser force lined up along
wo Kungway. behind Actln' Gov
SfnSri r'-"- o,oUrnt.eme were talkln' for the benefit
and Gubernatorial Secretary Havvcs
"uu "ey uiu an the cheerln'"
Who proposed (lie cheers?" asked
"That Is another waterfront mjs
.--)' which remains to bo fathomed,
wild the captain, Impressively. "But
If la ahnnli L,.l 11. , .1 .
It is suspleloned that tho cnlliv m
managed to get nway In the Sierra."
"Did the Governor speech?" ventur
ed the second mate.
His parting words to his people
. ..su...n,. was me reply. "Tho
Governor says, bbjs he. removing his
hat and addressing the common peo-
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completed. Thus he proves the sound-
The Dominion Government Is going
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station, although Canmln la nni Mffr
ing for .telegraphic communications.
There might be a strong contrast to
such public-spirited action found, after
strict search, Ij Ing around loose In Ha
waii, A MINT TO BOYD.
Editor Sunday Bulletin: Please al
low me space fn the columns of your
paper to call the attention of tho Pub
lie Works department to the deplor
able condition of that part of the roa.1
known as Punchbowl street, lipplnnlnr-
at Alapal and ending nt Pauoa bridge.
It Is really a discredit to the execu
tive ability of our past and pnsent
Commissioners of Public Works Inas
much as they haven't seen fit to put,
or cause to be put, a few Inches of gin
vel on its surface.
I supposo tho reasons why they nev
er think of that nart nr Inwn n-a i.a
cause the population of that locality la!
as some seem to hold, are not worthy
of any consideration nmi nti.nti.n
..case- hi. mo usk, uon t me j'ortii- "" "'"" "' "1D vv. u icogers se
guese pay their respective taxes, and ,les ot lectres on "The Environment
don't thev .fn Rn witiinu. n... -n,..- ... of Dickens and Ills Wnrire" m ....
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dissatisfaction? Considering their pov-1 "c,cI on xlonly evening at 8 o'clock
crty, the are large contributors to tho ln tllu Y W C A, rooms The sub
government Thoy all own their little Jett for tills lecturo will be "Scenes
abodes which are taxed without any'1"1'1 Circumstances of Ills Early Life
mercy or consideration shown to them
and their monetary condition. Tho Supreme Com t by Chief Jus-
I have often been present and nolle- tice Erear, has decided the case of
ed their willingness and good will1 -Mary Sylva Keanu vs Kaohl and oth
when paying the assessments levied on , era, reversing the Judgment for plain
their poor, Insignificant belongings, tiff tendered by Judge Kalua.
while the same cannot, without ex- '
aggeratlon, be said of other national-1 1h Kvenlng Bulletin. 75 cents per
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and the Judge ;;
pie as well as the Advertiser force:
Good by, all. I will see you again'."
"Where's the snlflcanco!" asked tho
"Tho significance Is found In two
parts of tho Governor's utterance,"
said the cantain: "First. If vou'll no
tice, In thd little word 'aiT, 'Good by,
all'. In the utterance 'of this slmnlo
and small word we observe a tender
concern and beautiful recognition of
tho masses. The Governor does not
say. "Good by, my friends', or, 'Good
by.Nephew; If you don't write.send tho
money', or anything selfish like that;
but ho wnves his hand over tho heads
of tho people who fame down to tho
wharf to say good by to their friends
and Includes them 'all. "
"What's the second snfflcant part of
tho speech? ' said tho second mate.
'Why, when he said: "I wllrsce you
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"Why. it will go down In history as
me first proclamation of the first Gov
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.. ..w. ... tin. itiiituij, ;uu naicu
wuai lm telling you.
"Did Judge Qoar eo away In
Sierra?" asked the engineer.
'Ho did not, nor did he ever think
"But the Advertiser said ho was go-
"That's a case whero tho wish wn
the father of the He." said tho captain.
How about this here farewell ban
'qet that was pulled off at Ihn drill il,n
other night?" asked tho second mate.
I guess that was n huge loke." snlit
the captain, grinning, "f was talkln'
to the Judge this mornln' and askln'
mm about It."
"What did ho say?"
"Ho smiled and refused to say nnj
thlng further, but 1 learned frnm ..
stewuid, what Is acquainted with one
or tnc Walters at the Grill, that tho
whole Advertiser staff u. m...i
--- - vuuiiwi
outside tho Grill to get, the news of
wnnt was goln' on Inside. The short
handed man, him thev mil tho .,..
naph, was up a telephone pole, lookln"
i"ruiigii me w ndowa. .in,i r,
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sees the genial face of the stenograph
, ... .1-i.ccuon or the 'lectrlc lights
on his cheek. 'As I was In.t w.m..i,i.
gentlemen.' sajs Judge Gear, tlppln'
". ..,k 10 mo rolks around him at
tho farewell bann'et. a t . t...
---- "mo jusi re
hnrkln', I irbpe there'll be fine weather
ucr,,e-au wnen I steps aboard the Si
erra tomonow for to go to Washing
ton to sco Mr. Roosevelt.' Mind jpu
the Judgo was talkln' loud and slow
and distinct so the slennmnv, ...........
on the telephone pole could get It all
"... i nope all jou gemiemen will
come down to the wharf to see me off
In tho Sierra tomorrow,' continues
Judge Gear, talkln' toward the window
and lookln' absorbing at a eanwlch.
Well all be there,' said everybody,
mid then they went on talkln' about
crdlnary things only now and then
kind of throwln' In tho word 'Washing-
" ,lry ''i voice. While the
of the stenograph, the sportln' editor
of tho Advertiser sent up his card, and
they Bent him back a '
"And they printed It In the paper
that Gear was goln' away?"
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'Sllliro! Tho flipnnirr-nr,,, ,.! ..,
o-,-.. iiuu laitcil
down all It heard."
Three Bhort. sharp whistles rent tho
air. The Ventura from San Francisco
had been sighted off Koko Head
That means mall from tho Coast,"
"id the captain. "I wonder who the
''resident has sent for this time"
Til WATERFRONT REPORTER
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Come now Mr rwi m i. ..
do ot confine your Improvements and
roai1 wutlfylng merely to those lo-
CSlltleK UflPrA nnlv hn aII.a -...1.1- (.
. .v ...v v.w jroiue. uu
Can't you take a morning's dally ride
Just for exeiclso? We lecommend that
special raid for your recieatlou
grounds, and we 1110 suie that the re
sults will be most Batlsfactorj to all
concerned, more partlcularlj to us
.Suiely thnt Punchbowl stieet Is most
discouraging to all newcomers aud Is a
disgrace to Honolulu. Wo are now nl
most compelled to stay at home for
fear of being submerged In the mud.
thereby necessitating the use of tho
departmental excavutors to diaw us
I If fruit trees were nlnnip.i nt .),
commencement of the rainy season
they would surely be bearing at Its
conclusion, for the soli that Is thero
accumulated Is of the veiy best.
I would suggest an analysis of the
soli of that public thoroughfare by our
local chemist, nd If his analjsls Is
satlsfactorj-, let It be dedicated to
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