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TO MEET COMPETITION
We will sell
They are fresh 09 goods
they are old stock or misfits and
cannot be obtained).
Manson Black Enameled, Whs lis, Single Tube Tire,
Manson Crown Bicycles Violet, all nickel plated
Stearns Cushion Frame Bicycles
" Sager Gear (roller) chainless
Stearns Bicycles at
.-; ft - .
FOR, FQTJiRrEElSr ITE-AS LES-A.DESR, OUT JFIOSTE
Catering only to those who want the best in quality and the newest in design, frcm
the small trinket at twenty-five cents, to the expensive jewel at one thousand dollars.
Our store is not simply ciowded with goods, it is overpacked. We cannot display al'
goods at one time, but the display and assortment is so large you cannot fail to find just whai
Gold Jewelry, in new and pleasing designs.
44 Hawkes" Cut Glass.
" The finest in the world ; from the small Bon Bon dish to the elaborate Punch Bowl.
Vases, Pitchers, Decanters, every shape of Wine Glasses, Finger Bowls, elc. etc.
Coalport, Doulton, Dresden, Royal Vienna, Royal
Bonn, Kronach, Teplitz, and other Potteries.
Cups and Saucers,
f ailey 's
5 dozen Majestic Lamps at
and are sold at this price only as a leader, (irH mt becaus
cleaned out at a reduction fertile reaso.i ihit full price:
Bicycle Price List on Mansoti
M. & W. CJa.tus,
G. & J.
" Puncture Proof Tire
$35, $45, are on the
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
229 and 231 KING STREET.
Telephone 398. P. O. Box 441.
Silverware and Silver Novelties
By the Basketfull.
shapes and decorations this season.
$1.00 to $15.00. ' Plates, $1.00 to $?o.oa. '
water and will arrive
Detail of Decision Reached bj House Caucus
Committee lucruse In Nulooal Banks
I npontding cf Greenbacks.
WuMlltntftfitl. Wnv. ": - Hc.nniai.. iti
tfimtfirfl linnn tlml Ulll l.n nl.lrt art ... n.l-
jiist the differences between the. House
mm ochhu! iimiuicc dims tnnt mcro un
uo-no unucuity in Bccurlng nn enact
ment of a currency reform law early In
the coming session. Having thin nur-
io30 in view n number of members of
thn Hfillun pniipua rnmttilllnn .ul.fnl.
ngrectl upon a finance bill at tho At
lantic City conferenco last August, held
a meeting lonignt. iMlzell, or Penu
sylvnnln, n leading member of tho com
mtttec. Insists It was simply to arrango
a Joint meeting with tho Senates Tl
"Our work has been completed, said
he. "niul thern Ih nn nrrnnlnn fnr na l.i
hold n meeting before next Friday, for
mo majority 01 senators and members
will deslro to stny nt home for Thanka
glIng. It Is tho House bill which It fs under
stood will most nearly conform to tho
wishes of tho President. Ono of Its
most lmnortunL nmvlnliniH una r...
commended by him In two messages to
congress ns niioniing tho Blmplcst nnd
BafCSt method of tirntpctlni' thn pnlil rn
serve, whllo other provisions wero sug
gested by nomo of tho President's olll-
cuu auviscrs, ami tno completed meas
ure was suunuttcu to liim for personal
inspection. After this Inspection. It Is
understood, ho gave tho Houso bill his
tpprovnl. Tho utmost secrecy has been
.iresorved respecting tho provisions of
.llO bill. It Is known, linunvor llinl II
makes these changes In existing law:
i- irsi speciuo uecmration In favoi
)f tho slngltj gold standard.
Second Imnoillldlni; nf i?ronnlinpk.
hat Is, placing them In a separata fund
md providing that when they have
icon paid in for gold they shall not
'.gain bo paid out except for gold.
Third Issue of nn'tlonul bank clrcu
ation to the face of tho bond deposit,
nstend of limiting It to 90 per cent.
1'ourti. Organization of natiom
-inks with n minimum capital of 125,
00. Members of tho Houso caucus com
mittee positively refuse to glvo out nny
nfnrmntlon concerning the terms In
hlch tho gold standard declaration is
.ado. but It Is understood tho bill con
imp. ates tho enactment of n law, not
mcro declaration In words having nc
tntuary effect. It Is believed that tin
touso bill will seek to tnko away from
'ic Pieflldent nnd Secretary of th'
nasury tho power to pay coin certl
sates In either gold or Bllvcr, a latl
ido thoy now enjoy, nnd ono which If
loitght to threaten tho permanency of
to gold standard by making It de
indent upon tho pcrsonnj views of thf
hlcf Kxi'rtitivo and ono of his Cabinet
Members of tho Seuato Finance Com
Itteo nre equally secretive concern
tg the provisions of this bill, but It I
ndei stood not to differ materiall;
om tho Houso measure save In tin
irms which the single gold standard
nnislon Is made. Tho Sennto bill, it
t reported, provides that all Govern
ent conttaclB shall bo mado payablr
i gold, nt least at tho option of the
Whistle or the Pretty Girl?
Captain Unrncson and Captain nach
ldor of tho transport servlco wero go
ig to luncheon. Nearly every daj
ncy go to lunch, but when they go m
own It's luncheon.
Barnestm had kept nacheldor waiting
fteen tnlnutcs, nnd tho Monday mea
as in consequence, on Ilacholdor.
Hut Ilacheldor Is fertllo nf resource
ud something was going to drop bo
'oro ho gave up tho ghost.
Trcd Mills, outside man for John Uo
lenfeld's Sons, was wnMng up Kaut
itrcet nnd wan half a block away.
"Watch mo whlstlo and make Milk
urn around." hnld nacheldor.
"Uct you don't," said llarneson.
A whistle lould nnd shrill smote the
ilr. Mills kept right on walking.
"Hal ha! ha!" laughed llarneson.
ilacheldor grew oxclted.
"Iipt you thu lunch ho turns, Cappie,"
"The lunch he don't, Dach."
Coming down Kaat street at n scorch
ng gait was a bicycle buiu for two, ann
both scats wero occupleu. On tho after
tent sat a girl with a queenly poise. A
JatlUty black rail sat H.inHlv nn linr riir.
ly head. Sho wore n blouso of baby
uii.i! ,-iuu nor continuations wero encas
o.i In black tights, covered with troun
orH that fitnnnivl nl Ihn tm.n I.1..!!!.
Mabon never looked prettier' In' her
iircuicsi ooyisu eoatumo.
Tho tandem whisked by Mills llko a
shaft of light.
Jiut then Cnptnln Ilacheldor whis
tled. Mr. Mills turned, but ho was not
looking nt Ilacholdor or Harncson. Ho
was not looking for captains nt nil.
"Como on, Cnppy; you're It!" cried
tho diplomatic Bncholdor, ns a Folsom
Htrcet car hovo In sight.
"Why. how " began narncson.
"Oh, I know Mills." and they Jumped
on tho car.
"Well. If that Isn't n rnrl.-nr ' c.1,1
Mills, nnd ho turned again. ' never
knowing tho good turn ho had dono
San Francisco, Nov. 28.Transnort
offllclals nt this port aro at a loss to
explain tho alleged unscaworthy condi
tion of tho transport Manauonso. whose
arrival at Manila waa roported today.
A representative of tho Amnrin
PresaJntervlowed a number o ofnciala
today, and In every Instanco tho alleg
ed unsoaworthlncse, undor-nmnncd and
undcr-provlsloned condition of tho
rossol wns ridiculed.
New York, Nov. 29. A special to iIil- Ht.iI iroin W:t h
ingioii says: Presi imt McKlnley tliird hiiiui I mess ipe to Con
s' ess is now practically complete Only such changes 11 d
niitlitions as develo ments in the I'hilippln.j, and elsewnere diir
inji tne next few Uays necessitate will he ma le. It w.U leaJ al
today's cab net meetinu. It is t .e longest message c r s. n
to Cngre..b by President McKinW, coinp.ising more th.iii 20,
The most Important features of the message 10I.1U I) the
new dependencies and to the financial questioa. The esvent .il
feature on these topics were thus outlined to me txl.ty bv a
member of the cabinet.
sovereignty is to be established throughout ill the Philippine
islands and to be permanently ma ntained. Civl k tvernment
is to be extended throughout the U'ands as rapidly as rossib'e
on lines somewhat imilar to the arrangements affected for the
government of the island of Neros.
Attention N inviu-d to the report of the Philippine commis
sion as to why it is impossib 0 for the United States to part
with the islands and ns to the great commercial advantage, in
Civil Government in Cuba under military control is recom
mendeJ until some substantial progress has been made through
the medium of suffrage toward the tstahlihm.-nt of an inde
pendent form of government.
Attention is eilled to the fact that the census will not be
completed until December 1 and as the Span ards have, under
the treaty until April next to decide whether Hies will become
titi-tens of the Man N, it will not be possible until that time to
hold general elections to determine upon ftrure government of
the island. 'I he queion of the annexation i, therefore, left
open. Great stress is laid up in the improvement in the island
during the year, not only commercially an 1 agriculturally, but
also in the sanitary condition of the cities and town
Piesident McKinl y recommends that civil g vemmeiit rn
mediately repine the military in Porto Rico a civil gowni
or to be appointed and a council or legis ature to be elected by
the people, property and edikntion.il qualifications to be pre
scribed for voters.
As to Hawaii the President suggests immediate legislation
to put in effect a territorial lorm of government an J the nndi
fi ution of the ending bills to correspond more nearly with the
present government of the islands.
The tiague conference is pointed to with satislaction mid a
statement made that the treaty agreed to at this con erence
wll be submitted at once to the Senate. Gratificathn is ex
pressed over the final settlement of tne Venezuelan
bmndary controversy. Samoa comes in for a large share of
attention, the exciting events of the year are reviewed and t he
statement made that a ne.v treaty will soon be sent to tne Se
nate lor the partition of the islands.
The President refers to the tnde situation in China and
the verbal assurances received by this Government from pow
ers having sphere, of influence In that Empire that American
trade rights will be respected. He will also announce that tu
bas requested th t these verbal assurance ne pla.ed in writing
but beyond bating 1h.1t favorable answers are expected, h.
will be unab'e to inform Congress that he h is received the
formal communications desired. '
Boci Dimtic ut the Ctipe.
London, Nov. 1:7. The outlook It
.'npo Colony Is dark for tho Drltlsh.
hat (lenernl Gatcre has no easy taBk
3 prncd by tho latest dlspatchei
rom QucciiBtown and elsewhere show
ag that -tho majority of tbo popula
Ion 011 tho frontier havo openly dcclnr
d tlioniB"lCB on tho sido of tho Uocrs
laudH of Iloera are doing Immense
nmago over n wide area, und they
nvo now appeared south of Stormburg
lenernl Oatncre, however, moveH ti
ho front today, bo It la hoped by thi
Irltlsli that tho Invasion will soon bt
A meeting of refuges from Allwal
s'orth, In the conBtltueucy of J. W.
Saner, the Commissioner of Public
,Vorks, held nt Quecustown todny,
passed a resolution of "distrust and
ilarm" at Mr. Bauer's vlnlt to tho bor
ler, which has been followed by auch
111 outbreak of treason and rebellion
l'ho resolution nddu: "Tho lefugcea
lo not grudgo any nacrlflcca, provided
flrltlah supremacy Is ro-catnbllsbcd."
Or. Jameson, tbo lcardrr of the fa
mous raid, has arrived In London from
QUAIL FOIl NKW ZEALAND.
A consignment of quail from Kan
sas, and bound for Now Zealand went
throukh on the last trip of the steamer
Thcro wcr Just sixty-three dozen of
tho pretty birds billed and ticketed for
Wellington. They were In cnscB ar
ranged In successive tiers, six nnd
soven piled one abovo tho other, with
canvas roofs and cottonwood floors nnd
walla. Wooden seed troughs extended
In fiont of each division nnd galvan
ized wntcrlug troughs crossed tho mid
dle. Tho cases nro addressed to W.
Itusscll Morris, secretary Wellington
Accllmltlzntlon Company, Wellington,
Now Zealand. Thcso are said to bo tho
tlrut of nlargo number of shipments of
ganio birds of various species which
will bo mado from tho United States to
tho progressive association now en
gaged In stoclng Now Zealand with all
manner of wild fowl adapted to Ita cli
mate Tho uso of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
ceed of theso Ideal sowing machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
oxccls in all klnda of family sewing
nnd art nccdlo work. All our sowing
machines aro of tho best construction,
bcautlfu ly decorated, and nro mounted
on slccctod wooda In flnoly finished
cablnots of artistic designs. 13. Iler
Rcr6en, ngent, 16 Bothe! ntreet.
ANNEH YEAH FUR STEEL
Now York. Nov. 26. A Trlbuno sne-
clal from Washington says: America
manufacturers nro selling to tho out-
sldo world over 1100,000,000 worth of
Iron and steel In tho calendar year 1S9J,
r over $20,000,000 In oxceia of nny ear
ler year In our history. Tho October
jtntcmcut of tho exports of mimuf.ic
'urea of Iron nnd atccl Just complcUd
by tho Treasury Bureau of Statistics,
ihows for tho month of October an In-
Tease of almost $20,000,000 as compar
d with tin corresponding months of
October figures of exports of Iron
tnd Ftcel and manufactures thereof are
9,r,M.-l53, against $7,229,185 in October
if mil jcar, nnd for tho ton months
noliig with October. $86,162,258
acnlnst $67,200,CC0 In the corresponding
mo iitna or last year, lloth In prlco and
quautlty tho figures of tho oxport
trade show an Increase, and In prac
tically cvory article and class of arti
cles, liar Iron Bhowa an Increase of
urarly 100 per cent In quantity export
ed in JS93 as compared with 1898; bars
r rods of Btecl an Increase of 30 per
cent. Wlro roda of steel show nn In
crease of 25 per cent, steel shcots and
plates nn Increase of over 100 per cent
and wire ualla an Increase in round
tcrma of 200 per cent in uantlty.
It Is thua apparent that tho frequent
ly oxprcssed belief than au IncreaBo In
prices of Iron and atccl and manufac
tures thereof In tho United .States
would cause an Immedlato nnd" plain
ly porceptlblo decreaso In exportation
wna not Justified.
GODKIN HAS WENT.
Tho Now York Evening PoBt, Blnce
tho retirement of Mr. Godklu, lias seen
tho error of Ita ways, or tho handwrit
ing on tho wall, and has como up Into
tho wind in good shape. Regarding th
result of tho November elections, it
Iowa furnlehcB the clearest test of
popular sentiment regarding tho exnan
slon Issue. In that Stato thero worn nn
local, porsonal or factional considera
tion Involved. A Democrat of hist.
character ran against tho cxcollont no-
publican govornor. Tho Democrat
dropped tho silver Issuo nnd mado tholr
fight on tho question of expansion. The
Republicans met them without shrink
ing, Tho result la a greatly Increase!
Ilopubllcan majority. A similar stato
of affairs has been disclosed elsowhcre.
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