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THE 'EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATOltDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1609.
:$ PERFUMES giS
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's. in all odors
It is tho
NEWFDRHITDRE DIRECT FROMTHE FACTORY
You will save 40 per cent by purchasing at the
-"DRAWERS, BEDROOM SUITES,
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, ICE CHESTS, RE
FRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES,
WARDROBES, MIRRORS, BARBER
CHAIRS, FLAGS, Etc.
i The IXL,
P. O. Box 535.
TF-m 'm 4
A Splendid Consignment
Buggies, Boad Oarts, and Harness.
Specially Selected for
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r,
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
ALL- HAVE THEIR ILLS. ,
REMEDIES MADBYJOlrPOTTlE & SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will
OURE : THOSE :ILLS.
Money is Saved by Investing in Pottle's Remedies.
Black Oils for Sprains. Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands,
Green Lotion, great healing agent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions,
Black Ointment for Horses' Feet, Electric Oils, a mild blister,
Pottle Eye Salve for Sore Eyes,
Vermin Soap for Dogs, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and Trees.
tThls Is oniy a partial list; if you don't see what you want ask
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Agent for the Hawalhn Islands.
Via S. S. Coptic,
Only 35 cents a box; a beautiful, finely-scented Toilet Soap the Dairy
Queen, at 25 cents per box. Also, a few gross of highly-perfumed French Soap, In
very desirable odors, at 25 cents a enke, 60 cents a box.
We have also purchased that large lot of German Alcohol, per ship Marie
Hackfeld, which we will quote at bottom prices.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, Kin St.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Piling, Trimming and laifaduiig
Fine Ilorseshoeinp: a, Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Fort. iu8.
fv gj w"'
Without a Rival.
Has,iio equal in thoso iinoi' qualities of
dolicuto flavor which nvo so highly
appreciated by discriminating judges.
favorite champagno among
connoisseurs tho -world ovor.
and King StrooU.
S. W. LEDEKER, Proprietor.
of Surreys, Pluotons,
FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
another lot of that
w-VOUNG TENDCR CORN
PETERSON a CO.
San Francisco Says
Regulate Social Evil
Snn Francisco Is discussing tho so
cial ovll problem with ns much, It not
more, general Interest than Honolulu.
Tho Call publishes In n recent Issuo
n symposium of views cxijresslvo o
San Francisco clergymen, of which tho
following excerpts aro made:
Ilov. William Under, pastor of tho
Third Congregational Church Bays:
Let us lmvo laws which, If enforced,
would at least rcgulato tho evil. Mexi
co probably affords tho best cxamplo
of regulation. If tho Mexican provi
sions could bo faithfully applied In
American cities great good would bo
A moro Christian nttltudo of good
women toward their unfortunato sis
ters. Women look with disdain upon
fallen women. Homes, schools and of
ten churches nro socially closed to
them. They are, Indeed, "abandoned,"
Hlco wrecks upon the, sea. llut men
nro not. Christ put both on nn cqtmllty
and taught tho possibility of redemp
tion to tho outcast.
Row Robert Mackenzie, pastor of tho
First Presbytcrlnn Church, says:
San Francisco Is now and will con-
tlnuo to bo n great Corinth, where com-
morco will reign nnd wlicro skips from
many nations will ramn nml nn. In
theso vast marts, to whntever'tlmo or
Btnge of the world's progress they have
belonged, prostitution has always been
nn nttendaut parasite. Experience
seems to show tbat In such places It
cannot bo suppressed,. If we bad here
nn unvarying body of citizens: If Snn
Francisco wero comprised exclusively
of San Franciscans, wo might so thor
ougly preach morals Into the commu
nity thnt tho foul class would bo
squeezed out. Hut tho fact Is before us
tlint San Francisco Is to bo to a largo
extent like n river, whoso banks re
main constant, but whoso waters aro
continuously changing. Strnngo men
nnd strange women gather hero dally
from tho ends of tho earth, form for
a few days or weeks a part of our pop
ulation, then pass out nnd away. Such
people tho church and Its moral-making
Influences cannot effectually rench.
Yet theso aro largely tho sustulnlng
factors of prostitution.
In tho presence of bucIi a condition,
government Is tho only thing possible.
Tho pcoplo who sustain this nuisance
should bo Identified nnd held firmly In
hand. Tho police nnd tho health au
thorities should dlvldo tho responsi
bilities between them, nnd tho places
should bo relegated to a particular lo
cality, New ordinances should bo pass
ed creating theso changes, and laws In
conflict with them should bo repealed.
Rov. Jacob Voorsanger tho leading
Jewish Rabbi says:
Legislation can control vice, legisla
tion has tho right to dctcrmlno that It
shall bo neither n soro In tho eyes nor
n stink In tho nostrils of pollto society.
Legislation has tho right to say that
vice', If it bo absolutely Impossible to
uproot it, shnll 111 do its faco and bo not
seen of thoso who nro offended by Its
sight. That Is not hypocrisy, it Is pro
caution. If I admit my inability to
uproot certain phases of vlco I hnvo at
tho samo tlmo n constitutional right to
provent my children from seeing It.
Vlco thnt Is, spcclflcally, tho busi
ness of tho bawd and tho beer bottlo
lmvo recently Increased in San Fran
cisco. It wns unavoidable. If San
Francisco's prldo is stimulated by its po
sltlou as tho gateway to tho Orient It
must bo prepared to stand tho conse
quences of an Influx of population,
mllltnry and civilian, that for tho tlmo
being looks with indlffcrenco at tho
stnld morality of our people.
Rov. 13. A. Woods pastor of tho First
Uaptlst church says;
To locallzo and attempt to control
tho social ovll Is in n sonso to lcgallzo
that which Is Immoral and lllegnl.'
Laws nttempting this hnvo been enact
ed In somo American cities, but flioy
lmvo failed to control nil but tho moro
open and shameless characters, and did
not rench tho root of tho ovll. It fol
lowed thnt tho outraged moral sonso
of tho community demanded nnd so
cured their repeal. Such legislation Is
Itself degeneration nnd belongs to
darker centuries nnd nn unchristian
ago. An attempt to locallzo and protect
crimo is itself criminal. Such legisla
tion would encourngo ovll by encourag
ing nnd mnlntnlng a public cxamplo of
It in our own city under sanction of
law. Tho very fact that such sins nro
Illegal and that their practlco oxposcs
to arrest find punishment Is a great re
straint, especially upon thoso who nro
beginners In such ovll ways.
During tho absence to Hawaii and
Maul of Mr. Hayward, Mr. Peter Slck
ols, forraorly of tho Occidental and
Baldwin hotels, San Francisco, will as
sume tho management of Walklkl Inn
and will bo pleased to entertain any of
his former patrons. Tho public nnd
tourists can rest assured that Mr. Sick
els is a hotel man of wldo cxporlonco
and tho reputation of Walklkl Inn for
oxcellcnt culslno will bo fully sustain
(lie Labor Boycott
Washington, Now 2'J. Snnucl Gom
pers, president of tho Amci Icnn Fede
ration of Labor, wiw tin.- only wllrcf-a
beforo tho lndustrl.il Comnntteo today.
Speaking of tho union label, Mr. O'lm
pcrs said thcro wt-ro thirty seven dif
ferent organization now using tho la
bel, nnd It was growing In popularity
very rapidly. Ho defended tho boycott
as n legal and proper weapon for Iho
worklngmnn, holding that what thoy
had a right as Individual to do ihry
were Justified In uniting with otl.cir, to
In reply to n tiutstlon. Mr. Compere
said organized 'aboi viewed tnlsts Mm-
ply as their employers. Thelo hml b-n
cases In which tho oig.inizatUim 1mm
fltcd by combination of capital. It
was too early to tli'hlf whetho" men
would bo more staidly employed by tho
trusts thiln by othfi' employers. He
said that these comblimtloiM had more
iiiiiiiuiiuu in securing logismiiou lli.ui
had unorganized capital Ho took u
position against co-opeiutlvo schemes.
saying that experience had proved that
laborers secured no grnlir advantage
under them than un-'c the wage sys
tem. Ho hnd no fear for tho future of
organized labor. I'll- condition of la
bor todny was betttr than ever define.
and he attributed H.o Improvement to
tho Influence of organised labor.
Mr. Gompers favoii'd nn amendment
to the constitution flxint; a in.iinium
of hours per day tc labor. Speukl'ig
of tho effect of nrivur.ivi labor legisla
tion In different Stat"i. ho said tl.n-e
would bo no backward step.
AMERICANS WERE SET BACK.
Manila, Nov. 20. l'hcro has been a
rovlvnl of Insurgent ii'tlylty south of
Manila, partlculnily In Cnvlto Prov
ince. At I imi8 yestcrdiy the Filipinos
fired n smoutboro cannon, but this wns
soon silenced by the AiiipMchii artil
lery. In tho course of tho morning Major
Cowles, with n battillon of the Fu-irth
Infantry and two guns scattered tho
enemy from tho dlatili'lu urotinil linn
and In the direction of Peres dns Ma
rians. Tho Amerlcnnj could not pir-
suo tho retreating insurgents because
their ammunition mih exhausted. Tho
Filipinos wero wide. tho command of
General Mariano Tristn.
Two columns, one from imus nnd tlv
other from Uacoor. con veined on tho
Zapoto bridge, where they found n (in
serted Filipino ennn .
Two troops of tho Fourth Cavaliy,
four companies of the Fourth Infantry
nnd two guns of Captain Riley's bat
tery proceeded to Anuaboo, south of
Imus, and camo upon tho enemy en
trenched nt that point. Thoy scntttered
tho Filipinos, but ns the latter wero
subsequently reinforced the Americana
returned to Imus under flro, so' en of
our men being wounded. The mints
found fifteen dead Insurgents at Anna
boo. Spies report thnt tho Insurgents nrc
coming Into Cavito Province from Ca
lamba In Lagun Ptovlt.ce and tho oth
er southern province I. TUw Insurgents
lmvo smoothbores mid t.vo modern enn-
It is not necessary to intro
duce hr. W. Y. Itow to peo
ple who patronize art in Ho
nolulu. To those who may
not know, it would perhaps be
as well to say that he has been
in the employ of King Bros,
for close on to ten years, where
evidences of his skill are always
to be seen. He works in oil,
water color, or pastel, with
equal facility. His studies in
H iwaiian Fish have been copied
and recopied by less skillful
hands, w lich is evidence suffi
cient that he is a master in
still life. His studio is still with
110 Hotel street.
Tho following curious bit of Hug
llsh nppca'red tho other day In tho Nau
tuckot Inquirer and Mirror; "Stlllman
C. Cash caught n hook In his finger,
Saturday, whllo codflshlng off 'Scon
sott. Ho wns unablo to oxtrlcato It,
and had to tako his anchor nnd row
ashoro with It probing tho llesli nil tho
time. Dr. U. F. Pitman removed It.
Tho ovor popular Rainier beer is be
coming a household word nnd "will
you havo a glass "of Seattle" Is moro
often hoard than anything else. Tho
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap or
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from $ 1.00
per week up.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel and
Nuuanu streets, lodging by day, week
or month. Terms: 25 and CO cents
per night. $1 nnd $1.25 per week.
Real Estate and Insurance.
MlHMMSdt''tf V-f Af T-1 t H
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. COAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attenlton elven to purchase and till of
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Loins Negotiated. Eastern and Foreign Stocks
r403 California 8t
ZTSan Franclaco, Cnl. 1172
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CsT" We will Iluy or Hell Real Estate Id
ill parts of the gronji,
tW We will Qoll Properties on Reason
ible Commissions i
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Chlnefio Oranlto Hitching
Pouts, V each.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LET.
Real Estate Transaction
Babacribers are Jurnlsfiod with from IIti
to six Hats per week, giving an aoonruti
teoord of all deeds, mortgatrefl, leases, h
leases, powers of attorney, etc, etc., whic)
ire plaoed on record.
Hatacrlptloii Prlco, f 2.00 per Monti;
A. V. GEAR,
J111I1I Rnlldlntr. Hnnntnl-
OHAS. .T. FALK,
Memlior Honolulu Stock Exchange
Room 301, Jutld Hulldlng.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
0CTIONEKK AND STOCK BROKKIf
Mo. 43 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Boa)
Estate and Furniture.
Stock and Bond Broker
i) Member ol Hawaiian Stock Exchanga.
Molnerny Block. Fort Stroot.
P. E. 11. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agent mid Colloctor.
Llncoln'IJlock, - 039 King street.
it4l Telephone 641.
A. .T. CAMPBELL,
Stook and iJond Broker.
Member of the Honolulu Stock Eichange,
OOlco Quoon fttroot, oppoulto Union
Teleotinna vA, P.O. Bn its.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Menbei of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Telephone; it. P. O. Dpi m,
General Manager of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United Btatoafor the IUwa!Ub
UrftONi Merchant itreet, Honninio
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Coortyancer and Searcher ot Records.
sVOlHco No, IB Kaahumanu atreet.
aarTolophono No. 870.
HOMY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
One toS Merchant street Campbell rear
P O. Carter jotrke r O Box 194 1
, Brokers anil JcuDers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot 8.
Daldwln Locomotive Work el
Philadelphia, Pcnn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shrcdder),Now York, V.B.M.
N. Ohlandt & Co's Chemical Fertlllf-
Alex. Cross & Sons, high gradn fa.
tlllzers for Caho nnd Coffoe.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Paranino Paint Co's P. & D. Palatal
nnd Papers; Lucol and Llarcat
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurino (a cold water paint), la
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Linn
nnd Rrlcks .
CASTLE & COOKE,
The Ewa Plantatl'ji Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., LU.
The Kohata Sujrar Co.
The Walamea Suzar Mill Co
The Kotoa Agricultural Co.
Tha Fulton Iron Works. St. lou.s. Mo.
Tha Standard Oil Co. """.mo.
The Geo. F, Blake Steam Pumps.
Weston a Centrifugals.
J New England Lite Insurance Co, ol Biu
U 7.'!' Fl" '" Co-"' Hartlord. Cot a.
Tha Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
Agents for tho California and Orient.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wta. Q. Irwin, President and
uuui apreoxeis, ... yjot
W. M. Qlffai'd, . Socrotary and '
rfaeo. O. Porter, ... flniMti
AQKNTB OV TBI
OOEANIO STEAMSHIP GOMPAJTI
OF BAN FRANOISOO. OAL.
BREWER CO., IiTD.,
m... IQueen street, Honolulu, II. I
rLwAinr.AS,1,CUcur1 c,omI,'!r. American Sugai
Sujrr Co , HalMkaU Ranch Co . Motokal RanS-
ar;".i7::"Vn' :: n."riiw' M. f
v. .! ui uujion racKets
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. Cooko, Prosldontj Qeorgo H
RobortMOll. Milllinrop. V V TL.
Treasurer nnd Secrotary; Col. W. F.
jviiuii, iiuuiiirj i; u. Jonos, tl. Water.
houo, Ooo. R. Cjrtor, Directors.
M. PHILLIPS & c67
Wholoaala Importori and Jobber! ol
laropean ani Amtrican Dry Gooii
o tandQnecn SUeoU.
tf. HAOKPELB & CO.,Li
ICNEHAL COMMISSION ABE??!.
gor.Foft nnd Qaeuu Hlrweta Honolttl,
CITY REPAIR SHOP
MS Bethel Street, opposite Water
house & Co.
iSl."W'S,S5?i.Si?re, ' """
Repairing promptly and thoroughly attenSet
All work guaranteed.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
.I.n,J?Jfjy.?,d nna lndern SUOAR MA
CHINERY ot overy capacity nnd de
scription mndo to ordor. Roller work
nnd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes n specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOU WORK .and ropalra
executed at shortest notice
R. M. DUNOAN,
Collector and General Busi
Olllco 113 Kaahumanu street.
Also prepared to tako ordors tor
UllInB In low lands and terracing.
Work promptly nttendod to. 1251
, United States Custom Houso Dro.
Accountant, Searcher of .Titla UM
uwuvo. uuawiug A,U11,
OFFICE: No. 15 Ktahumaau
Honolulu. Formorly X, Baaa'a
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