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EVnNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1902.
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Fostofflru IIov .
MAY 1.1, 1902.
Why not arrange u competitive drill
with a company from Wnllul.u oi llilo,
to add to the Inter Island altiactlons ot
Frederick Warde touches a founda
tion fnct when ho s.is actors and
irurngers are forced to give the public
what It wants ralher than what It
ought to have.
Soldiers from the Philippines say
that when a Filipino Is pumped full of
wjitor and Kerosene he will tell the
trutlf. Agents of the Standard Oil
Titist ought to be sent oiu to rcplniu
the school teachers and missionaries.
If, under the law of the Terrltor
v.hieh does not allow three couits in
Llio. the Judges have any Bpare time on
their hands, It Is some consolation that
Uncle Sam pays the salaries until the
Legislature can put the laws In proper
Nine out of ten of the arrivals from
Manila seem to be in sympathy with
the newspapermen who have recently
come In conflict with tho civil authori
ties of tho Philippines. The sentiment
of thu Americans is that the military
power of the Islands Is conducting Itself
in a manner to mako It posslblo for
Americans tollve In tho country, whilo
the Clll Commission lends its assist
ance to the whims of the wily Filipino
whose loalty Is far from being n con'
The Bulletin cordially concurs with
tho Advertiser that the strings on
Ocvernor Dole as a result or the Presi
dent's endorsement aro n fictitious
qutntlty. The strings that control tho
Governor are the same old strings, and
Iro President haB put his seal of ap
proval on the meshes. Would that this
wore a guarantee of political peace In
tho future. It Is interesting to note,
however, that thu ntiltude or the Hilo
lilbune. which the Adveitlser criti
cises, Is ldentlcall) the same as that
taken by the morning paper after the
close of the Humphrejs light, while
the only difference between the Hum
rhreys endorsement and that of Dole,
Is that Humphreys' enemies got a rak
ing; over the coals while tho Integrity
of Dolo's opponents was not question
ed. Time, however. Is wasted In
dwelling on the squabbles of the past
when there Is so much Important work
ahead that requites all the energy,
unity and Integrity the people of these
Ia'andn can muster. So fnr as the of
fi lals aro c oncornud, Washington evi
dently considers tho war closed. Tho
Advertiser Is freo to take the responsi
bility of reviving It.
I'l.AR OP .MUNICIPALITY.
One of the most Interesting, because
tf its childishness, arguments or ex
cities In behalf of the continuation of
our icnlrallred form of Government Is
offered by the man who has figured
that our Territorial Legislature fur
nirlicB 0110 representative for every
249 voters. It Is held that tills Is suffl
citnt representation, that tho voters
ought to be able to get what they want,
finally, for this reason, local self-government
for cities and towns Is unnec-
Following this lino of argument to
Its logical conclusion, tho Statei of
America could boIvo tho municipal
problem by doing away with tho town,
county and city Identity and,
Statu legislator for every 219 voters,
tallsfni torlly perform nil the duties ol
Ei-vernment In tho sessions of the Leg
islature. In tho saino manner, the
Slnte governments might bo wiped out
hy merely Increasing tho represcntn
lion In Congress. Tho nonsense of tin)
logical conclusion Ih not a whit less
apparent than tho original proposition
as applied to tho government of this
If this Is tho basis on which tho op
position to municipal government In
Hiivvnlt Intends to operate, tho sup
porters of tho opposition program must
admit thcmsolvcfl nil but convinced,
and their arguments us weak as their
numerical forco. It may bo admitted
thai there are citizens who advocate
municipal government because of tho
re. cnllcd multiplicity of offices It
bungs, This class of grafters Is very
likely as strong though lio more ntt
iu rous than those who uphold tho
cei.trallzed form of government be
cause they can control Us officers, its
patronage and its policies.
The solid sentiment of the Territory,
however, approves the local sclf-gov-eminent
provided In town, county and
city organization because the central
ized sstem tins proved unwieldy and
incompetent while Independent munic
ipalities provide tho ways And tho
ireans for the aggressive progress that
rhould be and will be the result of In
dependent nctlon. The claim Is made
that municipal government Is corrupt.
It will be Just what the people make
It, corrupt If the honest sentiment of
tho community by Its Indlffercnco and
inactivity nllows corruption; honest
.ii.c businesslike If these same voters
perform their proper civic duty. The
man or men who can discern no Integ
rity outside a select circle taka a pes
simistic view of tho situation fully as
letrogresslvo In Its tendencies as tho
Influence ot Individuals out for thd
guilt, lly their Injustice to men of
honest thought and nctlon they nrouso
nMngonlsniB which destroy.
The honest opposition to municipal
government In this Tcrillory Is largely
the creature of fear. Tho ground Is
v. tried The advantages of local self-itili-
nre tccognlzcd. but sonic citizens
arc aftuld the benefits will not be real
ised, hence the construction of n lino
c.f excuses offered In lieu of nigument,
that would never be listened to In tho
pr vnte business operations of any In
dividual who has made a success In
life. Fear never won a struggle of any
Facts of history, facts of each pass
ing day prove conclusively that the
progressive interests of would-be
tiwns or cities In this Territory are
not serv ed by our present government
al HVHtein. Island districts nre con
nantly clashing over their shaic, over
(llays here and favoritism there. Cer.
t.iln districts assist In the payment for
Iinpiovcmonts from which only an In
illicct. If any. benefit Is derived. In
ircs of emergency the Territory Is in
,cr woise condition rTinn In former
days, when It was possible to secure
action through a council of statu.
Our Teirltory Is established as an
American Territory, which presup
poses the Independent municipal or
ganization and decentralization. And
the citizens of Hawaii cannot ovnds
the fact that Territorial progress Is
best accomplished through an accept
ance of the American program In all
TUE WORLD'S COFFEE CROP
The world's pioductlon of coffee for
the season ot 1901, according to the
best statistical information at liana
was 15,400,000 bags of 132 pounds tai'h.
Of this immense product llraril's shale
was 11.300.000 bags. In other words,
Ilrazll produces nearly fo-ir-flfths ot
the total crop; and in splto of tho glut
ted markets, Its production Is Increas
ing every jear.
Santos Is now exporting about two
thirds of the entire crop of Brazil. Al
though IUo de Janeiro Is next to San
tos, the greatest coffee port In th
world, It Is far surpassed' in shipments
by the smaller port south of it. The
Central American btatc-i and ypiK-o
and the other South American Ilcpuli-
llcs, cnezuela, Colombia, Ecuador ami
Peru contributed to the maikrtt L'.2d0,
uuo bags. For a little plate the Uepub
llt of Haiti Is u umuikable contilbu
tor to the coffee supplies, Its products
last year amounting to 430 000 bags.
The hem of Haiti is partt;uuly ra
teemed In France, which takes two
thlids of the expoits, very little com
ing to our inaikct. as Diuzlll.m coffee
Is cheapci and gives larger profits tj
Porto ltlco and Jamaica supplied
200.000 bags. Thus Latin America pro
duced 13,900,000 bags, leaving l.MO.OOU
bags to coine from the lest of the
world. The other producers were the
Octeh East Indies, 480,900 oigs, Iirlt
Itl. India, Cevlon and the Philippine.
313.000; Afilcn and MotiU, 2J3.000 and
I1. , -nt; ami (Vli-.es. JO id.
The surplus over anil a'lnve con
sumption was 1. J .2.3! 11 bags. This
laigo uvcrpiodurti'in f almost final
to the total annual consumption ol
France As a consequence the price of
the commodity Is still low and coffee
growers uic complaining of hard times
though those of Ilrazll s"ti to suffir
less than the phin'-n of o'her coun
tries. This is pioliitoly clue 10 cheap
production, the res"!t of the enormous
plantations equipped with the veiy best
machinery for piep.irlng tho crop for
market and branch railroads running
right from the coffee houses on the
laige plantations to the pom. Labor
Is also veiy cheap on the Ilrazll plan
tations. It Is predicted that the Brazilian
glowers, though they too are com
plaining of low prices, can stand the
strain better than the small planters
of other countries, many of whom arf
now leaping no prollt and nie soon
likely to be compelled to give up the
struggle and devote their lands to othci
ciops. New York Sun.
Tho case of A. Lucas, charged with
assault uith a weapon on J. Nainanu
the other night on 0110 of tho Tram
ways, Co. s tars, came up In the Police
Court this forenoon. The prosecution
could uot make out a case agalntt thu
defendant ns tho only witness it had
was tho driver himself who, whllo lis
was sine that Lucas did tho work with
a knife, could not suje.ir positively
that he saw the act committed. In fact,
he did not know that he had been stab
bed until after tho fiacas The defen
dant had two witnesses from Camp Mc
Klnloy, whose testimony was damag
ing to the prosecution, Tho defendant
C. MELVIN YANIMAN IS
PERFORMING GREAT FEATS
"Free Lance" Tells of His Work--
Reference to Addison Mizner
and Hornets' Nest
If for no other reason. C. Melvln Va
r.'inan, formerly connected with King
Prothcrs' art store on Hotel street, will
be remembered by tho great enmerns
which he succeeded In manufacturing
nnd operating successfully In this city.
Ills pictures of marine views about Ho
nolulu have become the wonder and
admiration of the people here nnd
abroad, nnd from recent letters anu
ixtlccs In papers from vnrlous parts of
New Zealand, he Is making n groat
teputatlon for himself In the In id of
the Maoris. This Is what the "Free
linco" of Wellington, N. '., has to
ca.. of the photographer:
C. Melvln Vnnlinnn, when he is on
til in Anna, Is a medium sized Ameri
nd!, vvitli an nmuscd expression ami a
lour foot camein. He Is In Wellington
just now, mnklng pictures up to six
f. et long, nnd his photographs nre per
I ips tho finest specimens of landscnpe
work this count ly has seen. He Is full
r.f anecdote ami enthusiasm, nnd If
there's n ship in harbor whose sl.ysl
aid Is nwny up nenrer heaven than
nny other In port. Melvln gets hauled
iir. and takes a snapshot of twenty or
thnty miles of country with the lug
gett plate In the world. He had never
h nrd of New Zealand n short tlmo
since, hut he dropped on a little book
In a hotel In Honolulu, paying trcro
'iis scenery here, flint settled it
C. Melvln Vnnlmnn chartcicd a big
Inriy, and got his machine on bonid n
"preckels" right then. There were
twelve Americans on bonid that boat
locking for scenery, nnd not one lex
cept himself) landed In Auckland.
T'ley were going to Australia looking
fin landscape' The San Francisco
photographer Is glad he came. He gets
belter pictures In New Zealand than
hi does at home or In Honolulu, and
Wellington makes the finest picture ot
the lot. If he cannot get n boat with
n high topmast, ho gets a pole erected
It, stead. In Honolulu a person who
wanted a photograph of hi-t. Ironworks
put up a pole 107 feet high, and the
aci'al artist got his four-foot negative
Iro 111 near the top of It.
Thcro Is now a big enough camera
In New Zealand to effectively photo
graph tho possessor of the largest kind
of swelled head. Genflemcu of up
vnids of twenty stone may stand on
Mount Victoria, and Mr. Vsinlninn will
ennp them off from the skys'l yard of
a mnno'-wnr. He'll get them In si.mc
how. It took twenty horses nnd a
stage coach to carry Vanlman and his
camera from Taupo to Wangnnul. At
least, ho was tho only passenger.
Sometimes, ho has adventures. At
Honolulu, ho vvnntcd to make a picture
of tho crater Kllauea, and Addison
Mizner, tho local Deau llrummol, was
dying to go too. Would Addison M,
l.i 1 drag the machine? "Why. cer
tainly." Ami he dragged It thiough a
hui net's nest!
The landscape, llko the resultant
rhotogiaph, was extremely plctur
e.iie. Mrs. Vanlman, who Is nn nr
tin, travels with her husband and his
gigantic photographs. She colois
those photographs until they look llko
the most exquisite water colors. Mr.
Vuulman finds that the New Zealand
poplo aie veiy hospitable. Ho Is hav-
li.g a "right royal time." nnd he
fc.iesses ho will stay right along lor n
tin titer spell until he gatheis all the
beauty spots of New Zealand within
tho scope of his portlollo.
Tho Evening Post of Wellington has
tills to Bay:
New Zealand Is being viblted by Mr.
(Ml Mrs. Melvln Vanlman, nitNt pho
topiaphcis. or Chicago and 3,in Finn
cibco. They aro making a world's
tour, for the purpose of piepailng u
unique exhibition or photogniphs. plain
mid colored, lor the St Louis Exposi
tion, which Is to bo held In 190.J. Mr.
Vinlman already has somo splendid
1 Jtioramic pictures of Callfoinlnn, Ha
waiian, and New Zealand scenes. His
pictures of Itotorua, pilnled dlieet by
a now pioccss of his own from a nega
tive threo feet long, aro tho most ctrlk-
Irg and beautiful photoginphs we have
seen. Mr. Vnnlmnn Bays New Zealand
is a lovely country foi pictures, and ho
bus his monster camera constantly In
mo. It Is his Intention to get n jano-
lamlc picture of Wellington from tho
linbor. He has already taken n flno
view of tho city from a northern as
pect. IIULI FOR CAM: SUGAR.
Oient Rrltaln has been trying most
earnestly for cars past to give aid In
siiine way to hor sug-ir producing colo
nies bill. 110 to this time, without sue
ichs In the Island of Jamaica, In
British Culnna and In Trinidad, tlu
sinair plan!)-! s have been mined by
'i. Ui rniiin lic-ei sugar-makers, who
1 n not ilopeml on making a market
'T aro sujipoi-ii'd hv the Imperial
''oi iiiiui-nt It goes without saying
'hat no sonar pioduiers rare to tom
noto with rivals who undersell them
in matter what the 'nnrkot prlco may
ii. and so thu Hi i' nth planters have
mind It Thnli ''or mn rivals, paid
i iiinipent-atlne bo i'v bv tho Oor
'uin Oovnininent, hn I onlv to drop
1I1 es below the cn
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-throe years In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to nil oilier kinds. It Is not only truo
that Petnlumn Incubators and Brooders nre made of tha best lum
ber In tho world, Tint every other nrtlclc used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl crcforo theso "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Ilroodern occupy the samo relative position
to all other Incubators nnd B roc tiers that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to read In our Into catalogue "A lilt of
Incubator History." You may hnve a calaloguo freo by writing
for It. An Invoice of nssortcd sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agent for the Territory of llnwnll
This is an " IDEAL " PHAETON
One of an "IDEAL" Line
Built alter an "IDEAL "Design
Sold at an " IDEAL " Price
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 Merchant St., next to 6tnnenwnld Building.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHODT RUBBING
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
PER S. S.
Roblnnon niock. Hotel Street.
li dt r to close every Ingcnlo making
am- sugar for British consumption
Tint is what tho Germans have been
attempting to accomplish during tho
past ten jenrs, and they hnvo very
uenily succeeded, three-fourths of tho
sugar estates In Jamaica being con
verted Into banana plantations, nnd
tho shipments of sugar from Dcmc
rara having como to an end. '
Better Into than nover. perhaps, I
Great Britain has flnolly negotiated a j
convention with tho other European
powers by which the bounties and car
tels artificially stimulating tho produc
tion of beet sugnr nre to bo abandon
ed. It Is a tardy concession to the
Ilrltlsh colonies, but It Is all they as':.
In an open market thoy can more than
hold their own. Cnno sugar Is worth
twlco as much to tho consumer ns beet
nigar, and, nt anything lllto tho samo
I rice, will keep and will hold tho
market. It Is a fact which the beet
hiigar lobby In Washington Is not
nrlnglng conspicuously to public no
lle 11. hut an established fact, never
theless, thnt In tho ordinary run of
Icufcidiold consumption It requires
twice tho weight of beet sugar as of
nine to nnswer tho samo purpose
Ibis Is tho main reason why tho beet
rugar men nro to desperately detcrro
:."d that tho Cubans shall not liavo a
c banco on nn oven footing In the
Ai ie-rlcnn mnrkcv The cuno sugar
would drlvo the beet product out of
the market In threo months, and tho
Ameilcan consumer and tho Cuban
planter would both be greatly tho
Two of three great British battle
ships to bo laid down this )car aro to
be named Commonwealth and Domin
ion, In compliment to Australia and
' Canada, respectively,
GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
In tho innrlcct.
CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SUITS, direct from the Orient.
OF KIMONAS, -
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan, Excellent
Cuisine and Service Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Batis. Ilouffet, Liv
ery, Electric LlghtB.
L. II. DEE, Proprietor.
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and Punchbowl Street.
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Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar ItcDncry Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Sbredder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE!
Paradlno Paint Co.'s P.& 1). Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurtno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kofaala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Illake Steam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.ltd
II. P. Dildwln President
J. D. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
-Commission A gen is
AOENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Kthel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kabulul Railroad Co.,
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. 0. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Sprockets Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trens. nnd Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
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OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co. Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makeo Sugar Co.,lialeakala Ranch Co.
Tho Planters' Line of Sau Francisco
i'ackets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Serretary; Col. W. F.
Alien, Auditor; p. C. Jones, H. Wn
terhouso and Qeo. R. Carter, Dlroctors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUHG CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho BaloUe Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engluo Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
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ot New Zealand.
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AQSET8, JUNE Sj, 1801, W0.04J.37.
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A Bavlng Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Inscall.
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dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice Prosldent;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V.. Oear.
DI"ECTRS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. B. Gray.
J D. Holt, A. W. Kecch, J. A. Lylo
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Subscrlbea Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
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Reserved Fund Yen 8.710,000
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The Bank buys and receives for ml.
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
gcuurai oanaing business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months
For 3 months 3
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., IU King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of one 30"x00" 5-roller mill,
II. I. Wks. make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Double Effects, Clarlfiers,
uuncruugais, vac. rumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land. Interest In Hill
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, CarH,
Harness, Plows, Tools of nil sorts.
For particulars. anDlv to Mil. J. n.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa. Maul, or
to V. IIHEWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1902.
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lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. 11 a year.
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