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THE EVIlMNU BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1900.
j Chauncey Depew Upholds
I The Senate's Good Name
Sanator Chauncey M. Dcpow's
Irltads, the Montauk Club, gavo their
Binth umuil dinner In honor of his
blnhiUr at tho club houso In Drooklyn,
N. T. a Uf days ago. In tho courso of
hi pooch the Senator said:
"At Washington tho tremendous
Kama of politics, national and Intel na
tional, draws in every one. All the resi
dents, and strangers spending tho win
ter at the capital, find themselves sud
denly having a deep Interest In tho
questions discussed in the Sennto nnd
Houso of Hcprcscntatlve3 nnd cugng-1
Inc the attention of tho President nnd .
Cabinet. Cabinet MlnUteis, Ambassa-!
dors from foreign Governments nnd
their secretaries nnd attaches, Senntotn
and Congressmen, army nnd nnvy ofll-1
rocs and accomplished under secre
taries, nro met with everywhere. Tho
personal kaleidoscope Is every chang
ing, and there Is little talk about what
people are doing. The subject of con
versatlon are lmpeisonul mid ioer u
wide range. Hough diamonds tubbing
aguBBi sjrmpamy nnu unuerNiuntiinu
keotB suddenly and exceptionally
brilliant. A tactful host or neighbor
dlacoreni eloquent and enjoyable re
sources by starting n guest upon tho
deeds or idons which lme given him
distinction. Every one tends so us to
be up to date with the Cabinet Minister
ur Kmbassador or Senator or Congress
man, and In rending and studying
Kirat questions they Mud an unexpected
field of ploasuro nnd excitement.
"For those who nro subject to men
tal labor, and In n word for nil work
ers, relaxation Is health for mind and
body. Social plcasutcs soothe nnd rest
the taxed brain nnd freshen It for to
morrow's duties. A man or woman who
cannot enjoy dining or meeting in any
form of entertainment with friends nnd
such strangers as they know about nro
iinfortunntcly constituted. They aro
dissatisfied with themselves and dis
agreeable to others. Society, after nil,
is a sort of trust for mutual enjoyment.
Kvery stockholder must contribute
something to the general pleasure.
Cynical uicers or platitudinous pi cach
ings have nover nlfected It and never
will. People want to be happy, and nil
forms of nbsoclntlou nnd lileasant ac
tivity which nro frco from immorality
or bad breeding nre part of tho good
things which In various ways, adapt
able to their years, smooth tho path
way of life for childhood, youth, matur
ity, and old age.
Cont of the Dinner.
"The cost of an entertainment has
little to do with social enjoyment.
Luxury 1 very good, If tho host can
"The Bulletin" Subscription Contest.
$200.00 in Prizes for the Best Hustlers !
rUUK YALUABi-b rKlZbb.
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 04.,
Wheels, 23 Inch.
Spokes, bh'ed to Intersection.
T Ires, iH Inch Improved Burwell Racing.
Frame, 22 inch.
Crank Hanger, 2yi inch drop.
Fork Crown, one-piece drop-toreed.
Bearings. Hurwell Ball, dust proof, oil
lax throURh hollow axles.
Sprocktts, (lanced and detachable.
Chain, 3-16 li ch Clevel.md hardenej
block and pin, beveled and polished side
Cranks, 6y, Inch.
Pedals, Cleveljnd Rat Trap.
Handle Bar, No. 16, polished leather
Saddle, Wheeler RacinR, with L post.
Finish, bUck enamel and nickel.
Weight, 20 lbs.
Pears, 6 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
sj tooth (rant sp ockels.
Cranks. 6K inch.
Tires, ii inch Cleveland single tube
Frame, 24 inch.
1ST PRIZE, GLEVELABD ICYSLE, $70.00
afford It, but not necessary to n good
time. I have found more pleasure In a
two-dollar dinner nt tho Lotos Club,
when the lights of literature or tho
press woro brilliantly scintillating,
thnn In any number of ten-dollar ones.
Tho most stupid nnd unutterably
borcous dinner I ever suffered cost tho
glvor $36 a plate. I was at Gen. Gar
field's homo at Mentor, tho day after
Malno went Democratic. It was believ
ed nil over tho country thnt this pro
fcaged tho General's defeat for Presi
dent. Tho fickleness of political wor
shipped had a flno Illustration In hW
epeilence. From his nomination up
to tho day after the election In Maine
his visitors numbered hundreds dally.
That dny no ono camo but two old
army comrudes of tho General's. The
noonday dinner was n simple country
meal of beefsteak, potatoes and apple
dumplings; but story, personal Incident
and debate were memorably keen and
bright. The General himself gave a
word picture of the battle of Chlcnmnu
sa which was tho most realistic do
sctlptlon of an historic struggle I haw
ever heard or lead. When culled to
catch my train I found that the Gen
eral's table had sped three of the most
cnJo)ublu houis of my life. 1 roinembci
sitting beside llrowulng one evening in
London when hours seemed minutes.
Six hours at dinner and tho opciu with
Gladstone nto to me nu over-living
memory of a memorable night. Lin
coln, Grant, Seward, Chime, Gieeley
Raymond have each outlllmled to that
t'liikhmcnt of my life which I value
more than any material accumulations.
Klugrtley, Holmes, Pamir, Lowell, and
men mill women of tho lytic nnd oper
atic stage have stamped upon my mind
recollections us icallstlc and fascinat
ing as the tales of tho Arabian Nights
In boyhood s memory.
Wcnltli in the Semite.
"The Sennto Is constantly represent
id as tho mllllonalic's club. The per
sistent lepctltlon of this stttti incut 1km
ctiMtcd a general Impicsslou that Itn
mcmlieihhip Is composed of men of
Inigo wealth. The reverse Is the fact.
Theie are ninety Senators. Tin or
them", according to general belief, nr
vvoith more than $1,000,000. Ten more
mn bo able to live upon the Income of
their accumulations. Hut moro than
thrcc-fouitliG of the Senatuis have lit
tle or no properly and no Income be
yond their saint les nnd vhnt they can
gain In ndditlon by limited opportuni
ties from their public duties or the
practice of their pi occasions, contribu
tions to magazines and other lltciaty
effotts. Many of thcin gnvo up ycaru
As announced on another pajre,
A more complete description or
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92. I
Wheels, 28 Inch,
I Spokes, blued to Intersection,
I Tires, i men Improved Burwell de
tachable, I Frame. 22 inch,
I Crank Hanger, 2 Inch drop,
1 F"rk Crown, nne piece drop forged,
ur.iruiKN mil u cm 11,111, uiiM-pruJi, lin
ing through hollnvv axles,
Sprockets, flarged and dct iclnble,
Chain. vi6 inch Cleveland lurdened
block and pin, beveled and polkhed side
cranKs, uf inch.
Pedals. Cleveland Rat Trap,
Handle Bar, new reversible No. 9,
polished leather grips,
Saddle. Wheeler Extra,
Price, f 5.o.
Gears, 7 an J 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 touth front sprocktts,
Cranks, 6i inch.
Tires, tjilnch Improved Burwell de
tachable, and 1 J5 Inch or ',i indi Cleve
land single tube.
Frame, 24 inch,
The "CLEVELAND" name plate guarantees pe.teciion.
III ! ,.-
This wheel is from the Honolulu Bicycle C ., Agents for Cleveland
Choice may be made between the corresoonJing Ladies' Model
should the winner of 1st prize be a ladyj
ago lucrative nnd rapidly Increasing
incomes from their professions from n
profound senso of public duty and
fondncs sfor public life. They have
reached their present position nnd
promlnenco by hard work and ability
to do something better than their ri
vals. Industry has becomo n habit
There nro conspicuous Instances on
both sides of Senators whoso long ser
vices, familiarity with the needs of
government, exhaustive labors upon
publl cmeasureB, Intimate knowlcdgo
of the subjects beforo tho Sennto, nnd
critical examination of bills which get
on tho calendar raako them invaluable,
aud their disappearance from the Sen
ate would bo a calamity.
"Fifty letter sa day to bo answered Is
n moderate correspondence, and com
mittee and Scnato duties fill tho day.
Seuators, as n rulo, nro willing and
anxious to obllgo oflkcscelters. They
know that many men prefer tho Gov
ernment service to nny other occupa
tion, and others have earned recogni
tion, If opportunity offers to gratify
them, by work for the party; but, with
the civil Rcrvlco examinations to con
tend with nnd the limited number of
vacancies occurring, the difficulty of
finding a position Is very great. There
aro hundreds of applicants for each
place, and behind each applicant a
Senator nnd member of Congress, and
the one who succeeds has simply won
a prize In a lottery whero all the rest
draw blanks. Valuable time Is often
occupied by Imperious nnd Importunate
people who, Instead of retaining an
attorney, think their Senator should
drop his public duties and prepare, pa
lters, briefs, bills, and gather testi
mony for their claims a labor which
would require n good lawyer days and
weeks to accomplish.
Problems More Serious
"Tho statement has become common
that tho Senate has deteriorated since
the days of Webster, Clay and Calhoun.
A cai eful compat Ison of tho conditions
tiien and now will demonstrate that
this Is not so. Tho Congtcss of their
t lino was legislating for thirty millions
of people and tho wants of u territory
lying between the Atlantic Ocean and
the Hocky mountains, while the .vel
farc of seventy millions, the develop
inent and protection of a country of
continental area, tho governing of dis
tant possessions nnd alien races, mid
complex International obligations be
cause of contact with the great powers
and the need of markets for our In
cKaslug surplus, nro tho pioblcms of
today. The debate In both Houses of
Congtcss upon the Phlllpplno nnd Por
to Hlcan questions has been on as high
a piano nnd shown as great ability n3
any of tho famous historic discussions.
In the days of Webster tho Congtetf.
lonal orator was tho spokesman of his
party nnd furnished opinions both for
the people and tho papers. Ho became
a popular Idol, and tradition nlvvajs
ulurgcs tho propoitlons of nn idol
but now the newspapers are so cheap
the Bulletin olTeis to the persons who s'ull hive succeeded
each ol tnee is given oeiow :
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL No 90.
Spokes, ni-ke ed blued lo Intersection,
J Gear, 77 l22.8i; wiih gear case 19x7,
Tirrs, Vs Inch improved Burwell Detach
able, ' tr.. . t...i.
ruuin, a 111111,
r?nk hanger, 2?i Inch drop.
Fork Crown, one piece drop forged,
Bearings. Burwell dust-proof, oiling
through hollow I'xlrs,
Sprockets, flanged and detachable.
Chain. 3-16 inch CieveanJ ha-dned
block and pin, beveled and polished side
Cranks. 6( Inch.
Pedals, Cleveland rat-trap,
Handle har, new reversible No. 9, po
Saddle, FlnWi,bjck enamel and nickel,
Gears 7, 8. or 9 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23,
24. 25 tooth front sprockets.
Cranks, GJi inch, and 7 Inch,
Tires, i Inch improved Burwell De
tachable and iii oriH Inch Cleveland
F"-nme, 24 inch,
Pedals, Cleveland Rubber,
that everyono reads several. They dls-1 Emma fiqunre Mus c.
cuss and Inform on nil public questions The band will play tho following so
with fulness and authority. They glvo, wti.,itB .. . n ......... ... ... .
scant space to tho debates In Congress,
and they hnvo groatly dlmlnshed ho
reputation nnd power of tho speaker,
no matter how eloquent ho may bo.
With tho exception of Webster's, none
of tho speeches of tho Idealized period
of Senatorial debato Is read or can bo
read. The finish, stylo, nnd literary
quality nnd scopo of Webster will make
his efforts American cmsslcs for nil
time. The methods of debato have
changed In tho Senate, as oratory has
In tho pulpit, at tho bar and on tho
platform, Tho preacher Is now moro
direct nnd more practical than doctrin
al. Tho lawyer has becomo careless
and slipshod In order to be plain nnd
conversational, nnd tho skyscraper who
enchanted our fathers is laughed off
the platform. Careering among the
stars, knocking out constellations nnd
strewing the flood with star dust an
memories of the bnrbarlc amusements
of a rm,cr aBC
Senate Is Pntlcnt.
"The Scnnte Is patient nnd long
suffering nnd will stand anything but
eloquence. Tho Senator who has
something to say and says It lucidly
nnd Incisively Is sure of a respectful f
hearing, even If halting In speech and
awkward In manner. It Is the matter
which Is wanted, though preparation
and the graces of good English, cultur
ed stylo nnd flno delivery nro nppre
elated. It Is a most conslderato body,
and there Is a continuing courtesy nnd
defeiencc to tho wishes or tho con
venience of n Senator making n re
quest which Is found In no other de
liberative assembly. The election of
Senators by the Legislatures of the
State h, which was devised by the ftiun
dcis of our Government, so that the
fcovcrelgn Commonwealths In the
I'nlon might be equal In the upper and
the people represented directly In the
lower house, subjects the candidate to
selection by tho Members and Senators
of tho State Legislatures who are
themselves the survival of the fltte.it
In their districts. No Senator Is tha
accident of a State convention sitting
for ono day, but must necessarily be
a prominent and popular leader In his
State to comnnd nn election by tho
Legislature. Contact with Senators
soon reveals tho special ability and
characteristics which account for their
Importance at homo and their presence
In the Senate, and tho moro Its way
and work are studied, the more thu
student will be couvluced that tho
Senate of tho Potted States Is equal to
the lofty position and Imposing power
which It holds In our Government."
The Arlington Billiard Parlors havo
removed to Fort street opposite Lovo
building, whero It will bo known as thu
Brunswick Billiard Parlors. Every
thing first class and up to date. Cigars,
tobacco and cigarettes.
The winner of the second prize
may choose any one of these three
btyles of machines :
SINGER NUMBER k.
(OSCILLATING SHUTTLE )
Is an eally operated, llgnt r inning
noiseless, os illallng shuttle, lock-stitch
mathlre, suitable for all grades of .family
sewing and fur light manufacturing pur
poses. It has finely adjusted and positive
mechanical movements, a shrt self-set
ting Needle, independent Thread-Gin-trollersand
Stitch Regulators a combi
nation which secures 'he highest rate of
speed ever yet attaln.-d.
SINGER NIMBER 27.
Is a light-running, quiet eaIly operat
ed, self-thre.ding luck ditch machine,
adipitd to all varieties of family sewutc.
Among its lattst Improvements are the
simple btiuiHfeguiator, rvrniy-balanced
Tension, Automatic Bjpbln-Wlnder, sim
ple bliuttle and short sell-setting Needle.
SINGER NUMBER 24.
(AU rOMATIC CHAIN-SI ITCH.)
Is a simple, silent, swltt and easy run
ning single thread machine, intended for
all kinds of light sewing in the home.
One of Its many attractions consists In
always being ready for use when ihe
needle Is threaded.
Number 15 and 24 as above are with
Number 27 comes with the Cabinet
This table Is the litest result of the
cabinet-maker's a-t, In the Ingenuity of Ms
arrangemeni nnu inorougtuiess ot worn
manshlp. The machine can be foldeJ
down below the table ntrainst a bent-wood
shield that fullv protects the dress of the
operator and the floor from all drooping of
oil, lint, etc. The machine Is thus
thoroughly protected from dust when not
in use aim the closed table can be utilized
fo-cihe-pu-posei The hinged extension
leaf that covers the machine when down
Is folded back when it Is raised, thus
making a tahle-tnp measuring 50 Inches in
length hv 18 Indus In width, and nf fold
ing ample room for the work.
From BERGERSEN, Sole Agent frr
Singer Sewing Machines for the Hawaiian
thls evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock:
Overture "Fra Dlavolo" Aubct
Finale "II Trovatoro" Verdi
Scloctlon "Potpourri" Lnmbclot
(a) "Mnlanal Puu, o Ilulu."
Miss J. Kclllan.
(b) "MIklol, Malu 1 ko Ao."
Mrs. N. Alapat.
Medloy "Tho Winner" Macklo
Ballad "Alice, Whero Art Thou"..
WolU "Lovo Me" Coward
March "Whistling Itufus" Mills
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Subscribers to the BUL-
LETIN flOt rCCCTVlHS. tllf'r M
peTS prOIHpllP Will COttjet fl
favor bv notifying tbe 'Bust-
fJ, pfl TelepJlOtie 2j6.
I Art R-
Or do you want your
fnationery, and other
The questions are unnecessary. You can get the best at the
75L WT c
210 K1NQ STREET,
in securing the largest number
Premo Sp. Camera
with outfit $40.
The Piemo Sr. represents the highest
lyieof hand camera. It is made Hon
selected mahoganv covered with fine blacl
leather. The appearance when open Is
ext'emrlv handsome, the finely f ished
mah 'gany bed, and lacquered metal w.irk
being in perfect contrast with the black
The Premo Sr. has Double Swing Back,
Double Sliding Front and Rack and Pin
ion tor fucubliijr, the working p iris of which
are entirely within the case and when
dosed is merely a neat lea'her-covered nox.
uotn tne Horizontal ana vertical sw nes
are it the center of the plate, nnd may be
quicuiy aajusieu uy means or a spring
le.er, worloi'g In a series of notches in a
bms plate at the side.
The Premo Sr. U fitted with two tripod
plates, and has n pinel nt the hick focus
Ing on th ground glass when delred, A
reversible View Finder Is attached to the
bed fur upright or horizontal pictures.
The Lens is the Victor Rapid Rectilinear
possessing great power, and constructed
especially for Hand Cam ra work. It
m iy be removed from the shutter and the
Victor Wide Angle su 'Stltuted, as the
cells of both lens s are interchangeable.
The N w Victor Shutter, Model of 1800,
lt!i IrU Diaphragm anJ Pneumatic Release, I fuin
isliejwlth the Premo Sr anJ forms a prominent part
ol the outfit. It uorks bctucrn the lenses uliho t
noise nr Jar, anjmty be nj juste I lor Hire exposures
as ueil as lor rapu insiani.ineous worn,
I he ground glass is spring aciu.m'4. ana recrjes
to allow Insertion of liolJcr. Gla I lates Cut anJ
IJnil Rims, mav all be used the holjers being Inter
chingeaMe. .. TIm Noll MolJrr Is the latest
pattern, arranged lor Llgnt I'roo or CartrlJge Rolls
ot him, ani It can, tkretori loaJeJ In day
light. . The sire of the 4x5 Premo Sr. when
closed Is only JkHxt Inches, Including space for
three holJers, or Roll IlliUer, and t weighs butaK
rounds. . The outfit includes Plate Holder,
T'lpod, jTras' Developer, fixer Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and I antern.
From LE MUNYON PHOTO SUP
PLY CO.. Sole Agents
SIMPLICITY OF SCIENCH.
Sclcnco Is always simple. It's oaljr
quackery that juggles with jargon.
Medical treatment of tho past dealt
with "simples," tho pure vegetable
remedies provided by nature. Sagwa
is compounded of simples. It Is pure
ly vegetable. It Is scientific, becauso
It Is based on tho known curative pro
perties of tho herbs, roots, barks and
gum 3 which it contains. It is tho
most efficient blood purifier nnd b ood
builder known. Ninety per cont of
diseases aro curable by tho prompt
and proper uso of Sagwa. It expols
from tho blood all corrupting and cor
roding elements and builds up a new
body with new blood. There la bo
substitute for Kickapoo Indian Sag
wa. Hobron Drug Co., agents for the
Kickapoo Indian Remedies.
Remember that robin's egg blue Is
tho standing color of tho Tribune bi
cycle. Whitman & Co. arc the agents.
Is any old thing
enough for you ?
JOB PRINTING HOUSE.
HONOLULU, II. I.
of subscribers bsfore July 31st,
Six Records $30.
The zonophune, or im
provement on ihegr?.mophone
with spring motor, the finest
talking machine in existence
Outfit includes the new
"Exhibition" sound box, horn,
and 200 needles.
Among improvements over
the earlier types the zono
phone is side-wind, can be
wound while running, has
metal sound and horn-supporting
arm with all metal
parts finely nickel-plated.
No thumbscrew or nut is us
ed to hold record disk in
place. It also has an ornamen
tal polished oak cabinet.
This machine is suitable for
all purposes, for the family
and for the exhibitor.
From BERGSTROM A.USIC
CO , Sole Agents.
The condlt'ons rf this contest appear
In the announcement on the fust page. Any
person In the Hawaiian Islands Is eligible
to compete for these prize-. With the
gnat number of competitors who will take
a I vantage of tills opportunity to securn one
of these rlegant prizes with comparatively
sl'ght effnrt, It will evidently be Impossi
ble lor all to succ ed. In recognition of
th's 'act. ard that the efforts o' all may be
rewarded, the Bulletin will give to all who
sh til have comret'd for these prizes, and
who are nt among the fortunate first four
on the llt, some prize. The value of the
prize n each case will be detetmlned by
the amount rf the subscriptions sent In by
each one during the contest
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