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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 180.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Pnuo 8, N3W TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
UOUSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSE On Kluau Street.
OFFICES In Watty Dulldlng.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses In all parts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
r Merchant Street.
Wur.dcnberg residence, Ileretanla St.
Nine rooms completely furnished.
Four to six months, Address C. R. i
this ofTlce. 3322-tf
Four rooms completely furnished,
stove, pantry, washroom, Btoreroom,
tilrctrlc light. 523 Hotel St.
A two story house, No. 10.16 Green
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
Innlv r II llnvnnlila .1?17.ir
SI. Apply S. S Peck. 297 Vineyard .
UMUges In Cbrlstly Lane.
Wong KwM, Smith St, mauka Hotel
' i 1 nlco large front rooms. Unfurnished
ii.-nnni,!. Anniv ?so iinroinni St.
3310-lm I cnris. newspaper wrappings. Will
I exchange. Address Randolph1 Stu-
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms ln! " Greenwood. British Columbia.
elty. Helen's Court, Adams lano. f 33.1-lm
jrnttmrn at Walklkl Reach; furnUhcd
trivo.rnnm Mrni.hp,i rntinr nt fnt. or unfurplshed. Address L.. Bullc-
In Hrnvn tnnnlro Sn. S 2322-lf 1
IT furnished mosquito proof rooms.
4 Vineyard St.
On Rapid TranBlt car between Wal-
klkl Turn and Walklkl. nn Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to thisl same from J no. Blood, at Jno. Ka
office for reward. 3271-tt! jiakns block, Kakaako. 3325-2W
.Purse containing coin, between Wal
klkl and Kallhl, Reward at this of-
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from 12 to 3 a load !
-,-pirdlng to dlltance hauled. Coral
walks; iflirewood. Third door below
UXlnn- Itunnakea SL; P. O. box 820.
"Oslterhone Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bbno. nil ran
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura'dyss (any color) and cleans'
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees, ozu rung oi.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. BS7 Ileretanla. St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Oeneral Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
For Japanese laborers and yard boys.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephonu
Main 460. 3317-lm
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer Si Co., 1S8 Hotel St..
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
or tuning promptly attended to.
-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Fine Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin.
Thst all men's palates are pleased
' with the faro served by the
' FAVORITE GROTTO
l Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
HAVE YOUR CLOTHE8 CLEANED,
PRE88ED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Rehovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: btreet.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 1W.
tflaav i ii'AritrWrti , ..Viitor tma i,m,4ifWmi,,
Ueef cnttlo for sale at Kb-
ll huku Ranch. Kau. Ha
Ideal country home at Manoa Valley,
anrmiiniiPfi iiv rivpr? pnnu usminc:
Or. cottage, bam. lawn, rose, fruit
tree, nr. car line, uargain. Appiy
to P. E. R. Strauch, Real Estate. 74
H. Klus St., Walty Wdg. 3296-tf
Flno corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all ImproYcmonU. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. F, this office.
Klre wood from tho Kahaulkl camp.
Apply at tho Moana Express, and
shooting gallery, 13 Hotol near Nuu
anu St. Phone Illue 511.
Pure Plymouth Roc): eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Corun; King and McCully
Wrfgi In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
Rocks, barred or wblto. Teiepnone
White 831. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, WalUkl.
Address R. S. It, Bulletin.
Two-stury house at Walalao and Ctli
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3321-lm
OOM AMD BOARD
Modern and homelike, with ptlvnta
family. 772 llvllbron Ave, off Klnau.
loom and board for : gentlemen at
1190 King St. 3321-lm
Ilawnllnn and Oriental stamps, post-
A storeroom man at 140 per month and
Address II., this office.
A yacht, ndrlfL Owner may obtain
I Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
Umbrellas r.natred and brass pollslv
Ing. Takuta, 1284 Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Ths J,
Carlo Pawn 3o Hotel and TJnlon,
1 Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotol SL
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Kino Cutlery. Rear Union Orlll.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR
A. R, ROWAT..D. V. S
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
1 Weekly Bulletin 31 P"- y"r-
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and earefully exeouted
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
W. G LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND Tlr
WAIKIKI 8IDE 8MITH ST.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI
Good Workmanship. Work CompleUd
HOLLOW HORN BEAR.
War by year the noble red mnn becomes less and Iots In evidence, and
chiefs In their war bonnets are rarely seen except when In exchange for coin
of the realm they pose for artists, or photographers. One of the picturesque
chiefs of today Is Hollow Horn Rear, who Is an Imposing figure when decked
out In the feathers and trappings of war days long gone by.
DOCTOR SAYS HE IS NUT
THINKS HE KNOWS WHOSE SIDE
THE BULLETIN IS ON MRS.
ATCHERLEY HAS ANOTH
ER LAST WORD.
Editor Ev6nlng Bulletin: I have
said my last word on every subject ex
cept one and that Is just a word con
cerning the threatened spread of
plague last year In North Kohala. For
other matters as I said before and as
your recent correspondence more rao
derate writers suggest I am content
to wait till the April Jury term.
Had all previous communications
been as temperate, as these last. 1
should have had no violent attacks to
reply to. In equally violent language
You say the affairs In Kona remain
Intricate perhaps they do: for nil U
nut out yet and it cannot be mauo
public till after the trial for fear of
prejudicing our cases, in giving me
opposite parties the evidence they hnyn
to meet. Thero were undoubtedly
cases of pin gii o In North Kohala. We
lived 'there and knew It to be so, while
you friend Editor resided In Honolulu.
, Xt...U Vl.aU Wn
una i not urnwn attention io mem,
would Dr. ,1'ratt have come, over to
Investigate' and clean up Mahukona
and so prevented Its ipread? To fol
low up the advice In your paper that
me ihukui; j"ji iiiuum t m.wv..
over and not a word said would be. a-
every Knows, tne worsi possiuie incin
od of procedure.
ITho Bulletin refused to publish
Mr j. Atcherlov's letters stirring up a
plague scare, becauso tho Federal and
Territorial authorities wero fully In
touch with tho Kohala situation and
looking after It. Editor Bulletin.
As for Interferences I admit I wrotit
the contents of my letter from Presi
dent Roosevelt to several memucrs o
the Legislature last April, which un
doubtedty. precipitated the reappoint
ment of Government physicians.
Again, the leper talk has resulted
In reflations forbidding tho arrest of
any one as a leper, without obvious
It seems Incredlblo that any one
should pretend to deny thut many pe-
feclly healthy people iiere in kopji
wcie arrested as lepers: or that, our
School land case Is tho only occasion
In which Mr. Scott (tho North Kona
school agent) has mado trouble roi
the Hoard of Education. There Is trou.
bin now. In this same district, where
Jlr Scott has In two or three placM,
built (lovernment school houses on
land which tho Government has rto
claim. In these cases, his (Scott's)
own safeguard Is tho poverty of the
owner who cannot afford to go to law,
to protect his property, und may be
glad Piiough to get a small propoitlon
of the amount paid by tho Board of
Education to Mr. M. F. Scott.
If this Is not corrupt pUlclaldom) 1
don't know what Is?
We only cull corrupt officials, cor
rupt and can rest easy under your
babyish charge of "accusing nil officials
Where It exists we have in replying
io attack, taken the liberty of point
ing It out. As In the case, where on-
official declared a petition not genuine,
A-hen he knew perfectly well that It
was genuine,; and again, another offi
cial, arresting and locking up In a leper
'ten, a lerfectly healthy man.
In another case, where nn official Is
sues warrants, unsworn to and unslgu
td by complainants,
Do not these cases Illustrate corrup
tion, or nie they only amiable excon
trlcltles? All must now wait for tho
April term, and In tho meantime, let
those who wish Io supply tholr own
premature verdict to their own taetu 1 Hclty. I did quite right to give certlf
plume themselves on their cleverness ; icates of health to persona who were
mil enjoy their breathe Paradise. ,not lepers (tho Board has never ro-
Thi; Davlses pnd I only await pay-1 versed my diagnosis) and It was when
ment for our property and In tho mean- attacked for this, that I began these
time, strong newspaper attacks will
get a strong roply. That Is all our
You Insinuate political motives but
who uraggea in pouucsi
Did not the insulting ireaimeni oi
over 200 voters (by tho Joard of Health
and its President) in Ignoring tnoir
m , t- .jj..J. ftM& -
.signatures, drive their repr3cntatlvo
to call on their only means of retaliation?
As voters Ignored, as voters they
would find their remedy.
Is not the nttomptcd removal of Kc
lllkoa on the leper and school warrant
question n political move, to substltuto
a Republican Deputy (so that he can
aid tho abovo corrupt officials of Its
Investigations by all means, wo ask
for nothing better.
Before closing this note, I wish to
say that by the time you get this, you
wilt probably have received n letter
from one Spencer. In all likelihood
containing some tremendous denunci
ation and perhaps soma would bo In
jurious statements concerning us. I
therefore take this opportunity of con
tradicting him and excusing him as
merely the paid agent of certain an
tagonistic parties too cowardly to take
tho responsibility of writing them
selves and mean enough to uso such
a cat's-paw. We have this Information
from the most reliable, source, namely
the Spencer himself.
MARY II. ATCHERLEY,
Holualoa, Kona, Feb. 22, 190C.
P. S. I have not called you before.
for leavng gume important points out
of mv formpr iitrs-biit In this case.
I " " .
I must really ask you to print the
whole, In Justice to me and mine.
Tho point to which Mrs. Atcherlcy
refers was a paragraph of Innuendo
concerning soma alleged Incident on
Kauai. As tho Bulletin was not In
formed as to tho facts, and Mrs. Atch
erlcy was evidently In great hasto to
imv0 ner icucr prinicu mo parug!
wn4 eliminated. Editor Bulletin.
huvo her letter printed tlio paragrapn
DR. ATCHERLEY AGAIN
Editor Evening Bulletin: Allow me
to thnnk )ou for a, recent article which
by comparison seems Loth fairly mode
rate and moderately fair. I can under
stand your difficulty at arriving at a
elenr understanding of Kona-complications.
The only clear explanation Is
to suppose us absolutely In tho right
and since you cannot suppose any evil
In high places the affair appears enig
matical. If you will say Just what
puzzles I will explain If you really
want to know. In spite of strong lan
guage, we havo used moderation, and
I suppose your Idea, that all our heavy
guns have been brought Into play, adds
to tho confusion. The uccount you re
ceived of tho unprovoked assault on
Mrs. Atcherley was If anything a very
mildly expressed one.
The Mllls-D.ivls-Atcherlcy combina
tion Is opposed by tho Scott-Clark-Goodhue
and theso are equally few ad
herents on cither side.
But each side Includes a "Bulletin"
Tho rest of Kona neither knows nor
cares anything much of the details of
the party differences, but they aro
amused by the letters und I kuow some
who only open the paper to read them
They are at least of more Interest than
local news, Thus there Is writing out
of nil proportion to the actual events.
Ever thing cannot be told now. Ab
regards tho Government physician, If
Akau the alleged leper, brings his case
In April, you will then hear all the
details; details that I cannot write but
which will nevertheless all come out
one way or another, but not now. As
I said before, I ran write and explain
anything ou wish to know and you
mny depend on my accuracy, for wo
are mighty careful what we do write.
Do not misjudge. If we get excited It
Is merely a literary enthusiasm, I
have, I regret to say, sometimes writ
ten on the Irritation of the moment.
I know well enough who's side you
support, and ran appreciate, how you
make the best of their case, nut that
chargo of self-advertising rankled con
siderably. It was the unklndest cut of
, all. I have always shrunk from pub-
letters, It has ouly been tho moro
i vicious attacks that havo drawn the
I badger no "cacethes scribendt" troubles
, me, I assure you. I havo tried to bo
lurlef anil I apologise, for, inu taiiuro
i am Sir, respectfully yosrs
Holualoa. Kona, Feb. 2:
A; - i
10 M 1 10
The Bulletin finds It necessary
to establish n now rulo In con-
nectlon with tho automobllo con-
-I- A change In the delivery of a
paper from thu person now re-
ceivlng It to another of the same (
family cannot be accepted as a .
nsw subscriber, nor will an addl- ,
t tional paper sent to a person. ai
9- ready receiving the paper be ae-
ceptcd as a new subscriber.
Tho Uuyotln hasi been very
fr careful that thero shall bo abso-
luta fair play Irr dealing with the
contestants. It must also see
that tho contestants aro equally
straightforward In tbolr relations
with tho paper. The matter Is
brought early to the attention of
the many pcoplo Interested In
order that thero may bo no mis-
understanding as to what con-
stltutcs a now subscriber.
County Treasurer Trent's February
report shows: Total receipts. 1173.-
S81.69, Including balance onlinnd, Feb
ruary 1, 1143,023.31.
Disbursements: Attorneys office,
1898.63: Auditor's office. 1133.23;
Clerk's offico, 1524.23; electric light de
partment, (1036.42; Ewa road district.
S5678.1G; fire department, 31546.06;
garbage department, 11940.81; Hawaii
an band, 11610.40; Koolaupoko road
district, 12393.76; Koolaulon road dis
trict. JUC0.C0; Koolauloa road district.
No. 2, 1191.38; keepers of parks, 8221.60;
Kaplolanl park, $999.98; police depart
ment, S8.318.62; pollco and fire alarm
system, siG7.os; road department, il'J,
311.93: sheriff and deputies, $043;
Treasurer's ofllce, $329.80; Walalua
road district, $189.1, Walanne road dls
trlct, $779. totnlllng, with a few Inci
dentals, $55,405.99. Balance on hand
HANALEI NEWS NOTES
C'crclnl to The Bulletin)
uannioi, iauai, .iiarcn i. j. a.
Palmer, tho administrator of tho cs -
tatc, sold at auction nn Saturday, Mar.
3d, all of tho personal property of tho
lata C .II. Willis. Tho sale began at
10 a. m. and lasted until about 4 p. m:
Everything movablo and Imaglnablo
was sold. Mr. Palmer, who acted as
auctioneer, states that ho was well
PS Ihnf llA U'fla Wftll
satisfied with the results of tho salo.
Tho purchasers at times did not bid
high, so somo went homo with bar
gains, nnd others, well, they got what
they wantod anyhow. Altogether tho
salo netted about $1,030. Tho major
ity of the purchasers wero from liana
let and Kllauea with a few from Kca
lla. Tukahashl. n Japanese luna working
for II. A. Jaeger at Walnlha, putting
In tho foundation of tho Kaul Electric
Co.'s power-house, met with a serious
accldont on Saturday. It sccraB that
when he was wanting over tno framo
work, which is about fifteen to thirty
feet high, ho slipped and fell down,
striking on soma rocks at the bottom.
Tho man was unconscious until Mon
day morning nnd from last ropoits
seems to bo doing well. It was at first
feared that ho had received some In
ternal Injury. Ho is now under tho
car-) of Dr. Yanaglhara of Kllauea.
Weather In Hanalcl dry.
Tho March number of The Friend
publishes on the outside cover a large
picture of the Molokans assembled on
tho deck of tho steamship China. Prom
inently placed in tho photograph Is a
Molokan youth engaged In the Inter
esting pastime of thumbing his noss
at either the photographer or some one
In his direction. One who noticed it
this morning remarked that the Mo
lokan "Pilgrims," as The Friend calls
them, wero obviously better schooled
In worldly guyety than tho Pilgrims
who landed on Plymouth Rock.
Guava marmalade, pineapple pickle,
rosella Jam, Chinese oranges whole in
Jelly, Poha, and nil other Island Jami
on salo at Mrs, Annie Kearns' factory.
181 Hotel street. Cases expressed at
especial rates to any part of Ui S. A.
ADVERSITY AND SUCCE8S.
On "Adversity as arl Aid to Success"
ex-Prcsldcnt Qrovcr Cleveland bni
Ho who. seeking success, finds ad
versity In his path must, if ho Is to
win. br ng to his encounter witn mis
opposing force determination, persist
ence nnd unflagging courage.
These will not permit him to fall, in
stead of this they will urge him to
brave resistance and forco mm to
stern struggle, and thus he wilt be so
strengthened In bis moral nnd mental
s news ana so developed. In the muBClcr
of his character that ha will not only
win In the battle immcmaieiy pressed
upon him, but will gain n training nnd
fitness promising future triumphs In
the arena of high achievement.
The timid and weak that are lost can
well be spnred The brnvo who win
the fight are saved for great and noblr
Tho latest fiction, tho largest as
sortment of Hawaiian postals, Island
curios etc. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tllnntr Knnlra nf all onrra lorloiara
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.J
llshlng Company, '
How to get yotes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Bulletin office hat been asked a hundred times in the last
week, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be granted, as it, would be unfair to the persons not
having the list. The real, live, earnest prize-winning way is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL their friends if they already
take the paper (which is likely), then their votes on old subscript
lions, may be secured; if they do not noiv take The Bulletin, it is
up to the vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
,the needed vote coupon and piacing in the hands of the new sub
scribers the best navspapcr publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prises are a 91400 REO TOURING CAR, 16 lwrsepow
cr, seating five people. The Second Prise is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO; Tlnrd, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a $40 STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE; Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF BAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
Votes may be had as follows'.
For Netv Subscriptions.
Daily, i year $8.003500
Dally, 6 months... 4.00 1500
Daily, 3 months.... 2.00 750
Daily, 1 month 75 250
Weekly, 1 year .... 1.00 425
Weekly, 6 months . . .50 200
THE BULLETIN'S TEN PRIZES are of interest to cv
ervbodv. and evervbodv is riven
I SsF- POPULARITY AND
NOTHING ELSE CAN. T
We do all kinds of carriage
M fully equipped shop on Queen St., between Fort and Alakea Sts. Also
V carriage painting and'bulldlng. This department Is In charge of skill-
a ed workmen, who, besides doing
S take the building of wagons, drays
ingly maocrae ana tne servics leaves noming io ne aesirea.
Scliiiiiian Carriage Co.
QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT 4
M LINQER'n BMnriNn shop.
r -rw.rv -
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we "determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid In stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that we
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFI3H in blocks and strips, PICKLED BLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT SALMON, SALMON BELLIES, SMOKED EEL8 (Imported),
SMOKED HALIBUT, and SALMON SMOKED BLOATER8.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd,
Telephone Main 45
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
MODERN furnished aria rt men ts. slnale rooms and suites. Electric
light and running watsr In all rooms.
of this establishment
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS WILL FIND THE
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
FOR 8ALH hVEnY WHERE
102- FORT ST I. O. O.
F. Bldg. & 151
TO ARRIVE FRIDAY PER NEDRAS-
KAN, FRESH MILCH COWS, DRIV-
ING HORSES, AND THOROUGH
l BRED POULTRY.
TELEPHONE MAIN 100.
For Old Subscriptions.
Daily, 1 year $8.00 3000
Daily, 6 months ... 4.00 1200
Daily, 3 months . . . 2.00 ' 600
Daily, I month ... .75 200
Weekly, I year v. 1. 00 400
Weekly, 0 months . . .50 175
an ob tort unit v In win ihrtn.
VOTES will win in this contest
ismhx $ 1 imiHnii.i
repairs well and reasonably,1 In our
repair work, are competent to under-
and carriages. Prices are exceed
ALAKEA 8T8., NEXT TO HOL-
w - w w wm v -- ww -ww -w
Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Sfc Co., Sole Afifenls.
HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNQ HotsL
FRE8H MUSHROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 130.
LARQE 8TOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 716.