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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLUIitl, H. T., MONDAY, JULY 7, 1902.
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Morgan's statement that he Is sntl
fled with the result of the Isthmian
canal legislation Is the onl) thing about
.. that makes the people suspicious.
Kauai has 163 new votes to cast In
the fall elections and unless something
goes rndlcnil) wrong thee votu
should be given Republican candidate.
Preparations for Mcuhnnts' Week
arc going along so smooth!) on thU
end of the line that the promotion
committee ought to Inve time to put In
good work In getting the crowds from
the other Islands.
Lahnlna should carefull) preservo
the Hag prtsmted the district on the
Fourth The daj will tome when tho
llag which proclaimed American own
irshlp In these Islands will be among
the most hlghl) prized menioutos ot
Democrats are virj much surprised
that Cleveland In his detail of part Is
sues nt the Tlldcn (linnet, made no
reference to Imperialism. Doubtless
Cleveland has so long been outside the
icalm of politics he has fin gotten nil
about the Imperial bugaboo
Astrologers and fortune tellers who
predicted that King Edward would
never lie crowned do well to make tho
most of thtlr prognostications while
there Is time The repoit of the King's
phslUans indicates that the danger
linn Is passed and the. llrltish citizens
will soon be able to give thanks Tor the
answer to the universal pravor
In filling the position on tho cluult
bunch made ncant b the ri'Hlgintlon
of Judgo Humphrey It Is to be hoped
tho dictators of the Terrltutv will
name n man who has some otlu i until
location for the position other than the
nicro fact that he Is n membci of the
family. The Ingle at man for the posl
tlon, If his endorsers huve an Idea or
keeping faith Is Capless
Tho hamlet In Hawaii that allowed
tho Fourth to pass without appropriate
recognition was tho exception this
jcar. 11 some, nil this nm be put
down to n general desiie to luie a
good time but those who hae watih
ed tho sentiment of the people closelv
from jenr to ear see In It a growing
appreciation of what thn Fourth means
and a readiness on tho part of all elti
zens to Join In tho true American spir
it of tho nation
In view of the opinion expressed by
the Kallua Grand Jury It Is Indeed a
mystery vvhj Superintendent Atkinson
continues to flddlo with the permit
which Christian Andrews seeks to
teach a private school Atkinson snjs
Andrews can teuch without a permit
and Andrews sa)s he can't. If Atkln'
son has nu senbo he will Issue the per
init and thus rid himself of the ucciihu
tlon of conducting his ollko on petty
lines that remind outsiders more ot
schoolbo) powwows, thun anything
Cuban tcclproclt Is a dead Issue II
ever there was one The Republican
State conventions, held In strong pro
tection districts nro saying nothing of
It bejond announcing disapproval of
"schemes which pervert and emasculate
the well lecognlzcd stand of tho party
fur the piotectlon of Amcrliun Indus
tries" Itoonvclts opponents In tho
party uro also calling attention to th
fact that the President never was a
stalwart on thn protection Issue, As
regards Roosovclt's future it Is likely
to bo a might) fortunuto incident uf
his career that his Btruggle with party
sentiment camo early In his adminis
tration. It can bo mado to serve as a
lesson that the party directs and thn
THE GROW I II OI ALASKA,
Hawaii often raises Its olcc to pro
test against the small nttentlon given
It by tho Federal government. Wo
hnvo only to consider the absolute In
difference toward Alaska for nearly
half a century to reallzo tint our lot Is
not as bad ns It might be A mono
graph prepared ! the Treasurv depart
ment of statistics contains the stnte
ment that not until Hawaii and 1'orU
Itlio were made customs districts has
it been pooslble to secure any statistics
regarding the development of Alaskj
either domestic or In Its trade relatione
with the States
People of the I'nlted States are to
all Intuits and purposes Just waking
up to tho fact thnt Ahska exists
Hitherto It has been slated as a part ol
the frozen noith whlih should be nl
lowed to neeze The flndlng of gold and
the announcement of a representative
ot the Department of Agriculture that
the American Siberia has enough fer
tile land to support a population of sev
eral millions have brought Alaska out
of the woods so to speak and given It a
place as a part of the country worth no
tlce The statistician finds thnt he has
nothing to start in with Aside from
the statistics of population publishes
b the census, and statements of the
number of fur seals taken bj the les
sees of the l'rlbllof Islands, the num
ber of cans of salmon packed and the
number of fish taken ns reported by tha
special ngent of the Trensur Depart
ment, and the statements of gold pro
ductlon reported by the Mint Hurenu
little Information of n statistical nature
l mailable Even these reports nro
extremel) meager and In most casts
the statements arc simp) those ol
eiuuntlt vnaecompanled by estimates
of value The shipments of merchan
dlso between the United States and
Alaska have been considered as coast
wise commerce and no reports of tho
value of mcrihandlso so transported
have been made to the collectors,
while In miny cases the manifests ate
so Indefinite In statements of quantity
that It has been found dllllcult to oh
tain mtlsfaetorj estimates' In detail ol
the movements of merchandise Into and
out of Alaska The fluctuation In
prices of the seal and other fins und tho
salmon and other fish, which have been
until recent ears the chief Industries
of Alaska coupled with the fuct that In
the onielnl leports onl quantities were
stated have In the pai-t rendered de
tailed statements of values ear by
car dllllcult The state mints which
are presented ns to tho Industries anil
their result from a financial standpoint
are tho results of careful Inuuiilei
from collectors of customs both In
Alaska and the I'nitcd States b the
various governors of Alaska and their
subonllnates and b the special agents
of tho Government appointed to icport
upon the various Industiles.
In general terms It mn be said that
Alaska for which tho I'nlted States
paid Hussln 7 200.000 In lbC", has sup
piled furs, fish and gold amounting ta
about $t.",0 000,000 In value, about
enuallv divided between these three
Items, that tho Investments of capital
fieim the I'nlted States in Alaska art
piobabl $.'3 000,000 with a large jddl
clonal sum Invested In ttunsportatloil
to that Teirltor, and that the annual
shipments of merchandise to Alaska
now nggregate more? than J1J.UU0 0U0,
und have jggiegatcd since the pun hase
nearl or quite $IOOU0OOUO. Mean
time the population has growu fiom au
estimated JO 000 ct the date of the pin
ehaso to JJ01.' In 1890. C3.r,u: In 1900
and an estimated 7.'. 000 ut the present
The number of fur seals taken on th.
l'rlbllof Islands from 1S70 to 1901 l
2.1&7 317. and the value of the seal nnd
other film taken slnco the puiihaso ot
Alaska b tho United States Is estl
mated at about ;o,000,000. Tho fur
seal Industiy, which has declined In
the last few cais. was succeeded b
the fishing Industry, Alaska now sup
pling about one-hulf of the salmon ol
the country. The value of the salmon
pack In Alaskn last oar Is estimated
at about $7.000 000, and the total value
of the fish taken In Alaska since the
purchase, about $50 000,000; while the
value of gold and sliver mined slnco the
purchase Is also about $50,000,000.
The report of the Hllo races publish
ed by tho Hulletln Sunday put the wire
less telegraph s)stem to Its first pine
tlcal test for the transmission of news
matter. Iho report was accurate and
transmitted with reasonable dispatch
Tho only difficulty Is found In the ne
cessity for using the telephone from
Hllo to Mahukona As this will prob
ably be obviated in time by land tele
graph lines to the Impottant towns ot
the Island of Hawaii, then Is cvci)
reason to hellevo the wireless will
servo the purposes of Inter-Island com
munication that have so long been
Nows from Kau Is to tho effect that
there Is absolutely no more- fear felt
by tho residents of tho district of a
Tomorrow night or next It Is ex
pectod tho Oahu College hedges will
hlazo out with tho nlghtbloomlng ccr-
CHRISTIAN ANDREWS HAS
HARD TIME DOING IT
Kailua Grand Jury Expresses Its Opi
nion on the Subject But Atkin
son Gives Andrews No Satis
Christian Andrews Is In the clt en
deavorlng to obtain a permit from tho
Hoard of Education to open a private
school In the Kona district of Hawaii,
Mr Andrews seems to be having a
hard time of It and apparent! receives
scant courtes nt the hands of the Edu
catlon.il department He Is told that
he docs not need a permit and can go
ahead with his school While tills Is
theoretical!) true the practical result,
he asserts, Is that when his school Is
opened the government agent for tho
district orders the children to attend
the government school or be arrested
for trim no) Mr. Andrews credits the
feeling against him as having Its chief
source In religious differences. He U
u Catholic, the school agent Is a rabid
This morning Mr Andrews called to
seo Superintendent Atkinson while he
was doing his work at the Star ofllce as
editor Mr. Atkinson Informed him
thnt he must call at the Educational de
partment as the duties of Superintend
ent of Public Instruction were not per
formed by him during the hours when
he was nt work for the Star. Mr. An
drews states that he Is kept standing
around at tho Hoard of Education
ofllce nnd not granted a proper hear
At the last term of court at Kallua
Mr. Andrews brought his case before)
the Grand Jury with the following re
sult Honorable W. S Edlngs, Circuit Court
Third Circuit. T II.
Sir We rcspectfull) submit the fol
lowing communication to )our honor
able Court. After carefull Investigat
ing the circumstances forming the
undernoted complaint received from
Mr. Christian Andrews, Honaunau, S
Circuit Court. Third Judicial District.
Gentlemen of the Grand Jur Tin
undersigned wishes to la before our
honorable bod a certain mntter which
Is of great Importance to our petition
er, viz to Investigate a school mat
ter of South Kona In which our peti
tioner was In emplo of the Department
of Public Instruction and was without
any cause, material or Immaterial, ills
charged after a long service of fifteen
ears and Is still after timing requested
that Department repeatedly, for n per
mit to open up a privutc school, pel
slstcntlj refused one Your petitioner
rcspectfull calls our attention and
asks our honorable body to Investigate
these matters viz whether after so
man ear of service he was proper!
discharged and why n permit Is not
Issued him to cam a living In his pro
fession (Signed ) CIMtlSTIAN ANDREWS
"WE UNANIMOUSLY RECOM
MEND THAT THE HONORABLE
HOARD OF EDUCATION GRANT Mil.
ANDREWS THE RIGHT '10 ESTAH
LISII AND OPEN A PRIVATE
SCHOOL IN SOUTH KONA "
Foreman Grand lur Third Circuit
Kallua North Kona, Terrltoi of Ha
waii. Apt 11 5, 1902.
Honolulu, T II . April It 1902
J P Curts Esq, Clerk Thlid Cluult
Deal Sir Your eommuulcatlon, to
gether with extract of the recommcndi
llou of the Grand lur hns been lei civ
ed and will In due time be laid befuie
the Commissioners of Ediiuitlon
Theie Is nothing in the Inn which
prevents Mr Andrews fiom opening a
pilvate school for though the law pio
vides for the Issuance of n permit It
does not iolde mi peualt, and Ml
Andiews could have been teaching his
school for months past hud he been so
minded Indeed I thought that ho hid
commenced his school.
The school agent hns had orders not
to interfere with Mr. Andiews.
I i emain faithfully jours
(Signed) ALA TAP T ATKINSON
Supt of Public Initiuitlun
(III LOCAL Will
Rovcinor Dole submitted to the ex-
ccutlve council a proposed notice call
ing for a vote to be taken In legard to
extending the retail liquor license II in
Its on Queen street
W. A Kinney and Mr LIdgato camo
Into the council to back up an applica
tion of Mcllryile Sugar Co for rights
of way over land nt Knlaeho which
was taken under consideration,
Jas II. Doyd, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, stated the claim of the Club
Stables Co. for $22,600 damages for
land icqulred to extend Pnuahl street.
Ho would notify the company by letter
that tho parties would be required to
make nil arrangements to givo the gov
crnmrntla clear title
Messrs' I'dxtnn'anil Kluegel In per
son represented thu Hllo Railroad Co.
In submitting plans for the line on tho
Attorne) General Dole rendered nn
opinion to tho Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, in tho effect (lint ho had
power to require the telephone compa
ny to shift Its poles back to tue now
lino of a street widening.
Investigation of a child s abilit) In
the matter of identification conducted
in a German school showed that tho
girls described a man's clothes with
more or less accuracy, but said nothing
of his face, while the boys Just as gen
erally described his face, but could tell
nothing of his clothes.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three jcara In tho manufacture ot
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Is of the highest grade, ond tl crcforo theso "Standards ot tho
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy the samo relative position
to all other Incubators and Brooders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
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The battalion of American cavalry
ulio landed In this elty Monday from
Cuba brought In their emu persons the
evidence of a most striking fnct, tha
significance of which has not been
dwelt upon sufllclently Tho tavulrj
men who cuniposcd this battalion were
stiong and ncthc men. Ihelr vlgoi
ems appeal ance was commented on b
nil who saw them The) were not
biiiiidkeil nor nnnenile. nor emaelat
ed. though thcli frames were spare
Hut the) had been full thieo jenis In
Cuba having exceeded theie h) ono
)cai the term of service which Is tha
inmost that England allows her sol
diers In India
Yet It was Culm, the giuveynrd ol
Spain's armies, whcie these men had
lie en unaltered. And they had not
been stationed on tho grassy und
hnc7) uplands of Santa Chun or I'ortu
I'llnelpe, but foi the most part In
tho Immediate vicinity of Havana
which the Cubans themselves hnvu
talked of abandoning ns thcli capital,
bccniise of Its iinheiilthfiitiiess
Evciy one of these soldiers curried In I
his ovv n person the refutation of Urn '
hoary tradition that white men cannot
live In health nnd vigor In tho tropics
A superficial English philosopher has
Intel) published u book which is huge
1) devoted lo proving that this tuidltlon
Is true Yet tbero were somo three
liitnilrml AmnrlinnR ttlin nroved
fni,. Th.v won, n demonstration
t1U( nth plain nnd clean living and
ordinary good food nnd a meat diet,
too n white man may llvo on Indell-
nllely In the tropics, even It born nnd ' '"" sieuiimuip company, inu luict
iiotirlshed In n cold land. ' nrlB0 ai rived Apill 18 and tho people of
When Cuba passes under tho Cuban
flag, nearly eight months will hnvo
ilnpsed unless the fever Is mcnntlmo
InlroilHPP.l from some OUtS de no nt.
slnco the last caso of )e)lovv fever oc
curred In llavnnu Never before In a
hundred years had the elty been free
of the fever for n single month. More
over, slnco tho American occupation
tho prevalence of all other diseases
had been greatly reduced In the last
vear tit the Spanish occupation tha
yearly death rate was 91.03 per thou
sand. The first year of American occu
pation reduced It to 33 07, the next
year to 24.40. the third )ear to 22 11.
And In the month of February, IS02,
the rate had sunk to 17 0C per thousand
per )ear which left Havana with a
lovvci death rate than New York, elty,
Troy, Boston, Baltimore, Liverpool or
We ought to give Cuba reciprocity,
but If we never do, we have given her
something well vvoith hci while. Wo
will not mention the boon of Independ
ence which may not turn out to bo
such a great boon after all She may
decldo that she eloes not care to keep
that But we should advise her to hold
fast to the Immunity from fever and
tho low death into by all means In her
power, and we are selfish enough to
think that sho ought to be grateful lor
A K ND-IIUAIJTliD JUDGO.
A lnwer was defending n )oung
man whoso lecord was verj bid.
Ignoring the record however, the law
yer proceeded to draw u harrow Ing pic
ture of two gra) -haired parents look
ing anxious!) for tho return of tho
prodigal son to spend the next Christ
mas with them, and he said
"Have )ou the heart to deprive tho
old couple of this happiness''"
'I lie Jury, however found the pris
i "cf"1'0 passing sentence tho judgu
"l111 "' 'e' PUt-oncrs criminal ice
onl nfler which he blandly remarked
that the pilsoner had some live prcvl
ous convictions against him Hut hit
was glad to sa) that tho learned coun
sel s eloquent appeal would not iciiiulu
unanswered, foi ho would commit the
pilsoner' to Jail, vvhero his aged pa
rents at the present moment were seiv
Ing sentences so that father, mother
and son would bo able to spend the en
suing Christmas tcasuu under oiiit
IIILO IS PROGItESSIMj.
Through tho comtes) of W. II Little
of Hllo, on the Island of Huvvall, the
Hliqulier Is In receipt of a special Hllo
edition of tho Honolulu Hvcnlng Hulle
tln, giving mi account of the uu-val at
Hllo of the steamer Enterprise which
Is hereafter to ply regutaily bt? keen
i that port and San Kianclseo Mr. L'ttle
's " "n of tho late Captain William U
Llltlc of Oakland, and wus at tho head
of one of the c ommlttees w hlch arrang
Cl1 a reception to the officers nnd owners
I " icicurateii uio occasion in uno
"ye- There was u banquet to Captain
1 William Matson nnd the ofllcers and
I l"cnBe:. s ui cur sirume-r mill mime:.
ous festivities The account given In
tho Evening Bulletin Bpcclnl shows that
Hllo Is Bteadlly progressing commer
The Janitor of the woman's club had
swept and garnished the rooms,
For hours he had waited.
II was long past the time when Mnu,
Hymlndo should have adelresscd the
club on di ess reform
Yet neither tho club nor th electuur
1 he telephone rang and hen ho ans
wcied a feminine, voice said'
"Ibis Is Mine H)mlnde Will )Oii
please nnnounee to the club that I am
detained at the special Easter sale ot
Drlgudds . Noshuns and cannot possi
bly fill my engagement this afternoon'"
"Thin, begorry!" said tho Janitor,
"you hod best tell th' cvliib )cisllf
Vei 11 folnd It nt th' samo sale 'Judge
Baton Ernst von Wallburg, who has
nerved a sentence la Jail, Is head waiter
In n Budapest restaurant. Ho Is a son
of tho lato Archduke Einst of Austria
1 by a morganatic marriage.
Agent, Broken and Jobbers,
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Fblla
dclpbla, I'a, U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chemical FerUll
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Fertl
llzers for Cano and Coffee.
Rocd's Steam Pipe Covering.
At.HO OFFER. FOIl SALE:
Pnrafilne Paint Co.'b P.& D. Faints and
Paners: Lncol and Linseed OH,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Waialua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Vo ks, St. Louts, Mo
Tho Standard LilO
The Ceo. F. Blak. ccam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ud
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Q eo. IL Carter Auditor
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Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
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Subscribed Capital.... Ten 21.000,001
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved ruud Yen 8,710,00"
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
ana sellers oi credit, and transacts a
general oanking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months i
For 3 mouths s
"ranch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
N w Republic Bid., 11 King Stree
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENT3 EACH
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THE . . .
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the '
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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