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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !., MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1900.
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Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE It. FAIUUNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Entered at the Post Ofllce at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year .00
Per year, postpaid, forelitn 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Offlcc Box 718
MONDAY OCTOllEU 2!, 1900,
AMERICANS MAY BUILD
NEW DEFENDER OF CUP
Many However Think Uolumoia is
Fast Enough to Give Lipton All
He Wants Pleased at
FOR DELEOATE TO CONORESS,
Clarence L Crabbe,
W. C. Achl,
George R. Carter.
A. G. M. Robertson,
J. W. Keikl,
A. F. Gllfillan,
Wm. H. Hoogs,
L. L. McCandless,
J. L. Kaulukou,
John C. Lane,
H. R. Hitchcock,
W. J. Coelho.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
.builders and carpenters.
Of course the Rapid Transit's land
proposition was turned down by the
It begins to look as If Great Urltaln
will have a "fighting Jo-" who will rim
a close second to tho Yankee heroes.
The personal triumph ot Chamberlain
in the British elections already causes
Europe to get shaky In a way that
brings luck the days when the British
lion kept the whole Emopcan combi
nation under Its thumb.
Why Is ths Wahlawa water conces
sion reduced from $5000 to $J0O0? Two
thousand dollars Is a considerable sum
to chop from the Income of the gov
ernment when water rights are turned
over to a private corpoiation. There
must bo a mighty good reason for such
action and It so, It Is ot sufficient Im
portance to Inform the taxpayers.
This Is Hawaii's universal greeting
to tourists whether they come In the
regular course of events or as partial
larly honored guests like the members
of the Shriners pilgrimage. Honolulu
boasts of being the 0 plurlbus unum, no
plus ultra, the great I T of tourist hav
ens on the face ot the earth, epitomiz
ing all the glories of tropical luxury
with liberal drafts on Paradise to com
plete tho splendors put it the command
This Is all true from the standpoint
of natural beauty and luxury, but the
elation wrought by the trade wind
ozone and sensuous moonlight nights
has not yet proved sudlclcnt for tour
ists or residents to walk on tbln air,
nor uro tho flood's sufficient to allow
the steamers to plow tho streets.
Falling In these particulars the pco
pie, Shriners, tourists and the common
herd are forced to paddln their way
through the muddy trails offered by
Honolulu In lieu of sidewalks. Hono
lulu that boasts of Its "streets" does
not In tho business section support a
single sidewalk that does not boast, In
Its course, of a sloppy mudhole that
Is tho Joy of the bootblalk and a dis
comfort to every pedestrian. At every
.street crossing and In the vicinity of
every new block where the sidewalk
has been preempted tho government
would have dono well this morning to
emblazon the Shriner emblem "Hold
onto the rope." From the viewpoint of
a modern city no sidewalks aro ottered
lor tne uso ot visitors, but rather a
cross between desert trail and a bog
And yet there are wlreacres of the
town and Territory who Loldly assert
there Is no necessity for Improvement
of tho sidewalks nnd street crossings,
The residents ot tho muddiest aero ot
tar flat would be ashamed of the condi
tions existing along the most frequent
ed avenues this morning. Among Its
other attractions Honolulu will soon
be advertised for Its mud sidewalks.
New York, Oct. 11. Thero were ex
pressions ot satisfaction by ofllclals
and members of the New York Tacht
Club when It became known that Sir
Thomas Llpton's new challenge was
coming on the Germanic. The Yacht
Club ofllclals have felt sure that Sir
Thomas would make a fcecond attempt
to "lift the cup" next ynr They were
not quite prepared, however, to believe
that the challenge would be sent be
fore December, ns that would cover the
necessary ten months' notice required
by the club.
Evidently the trials of the Shamrock
In October weather last year have
caused Sir Thomas Lipton to wish for
tho match to be sailed much earlier.
The race may be sailed In August, It Is
said. August Is a busy month with
the New York Yacht Club. Its easter
ly cruise takes place thtti and before
the squardon Is disbanded one-lihlf ot
the month has expired. This easterly
outing and Its squadron runs have al
ways been favored occasions for trials
of ibe cup candidate or the new yacht
built to defend tho cup. During the
cruise the great races tor tho Goelet
cups have taken place In tho past and
now these have given way to the Astor
After the cruise there was another
month or so In which to remedy de
fects. If any, and complete the hnrd
work of tuning up the boat for her
meeting with the challenger. Whether
the club for her meeting with the chal
lenger. Whether the club will see Its
way clear to accede to the request. If it
is made, that the races for the cup be
sailed In August next yexr Is, therefore
a matter ot conjecture.
Mr. J. Frederick Tarns, a member of
the New York nnd Seawanhaka-Corln-thlaa
Yacht Clubs said:
"I have no doubt Sir Thomas Llp
ton's challenge will promptly bo ac
cepted. Sir Thomas Is very popular
with American yachtsmen and ho cer
tainly deserves another chance at the
"Ot course, It Is too soon to express
nn opinion whether or not a new yacht
will be built to defend the cup against
tho new Shamrock, but I honestly
think it will be very bard to build a
better boat than tho Columbia. It
would ccrtaliiTy tako a much faster
yacht than the old Shamrock to beat
"But It It bo deemed hc;t to build a
new defender there will be no trouble
In finding plenty of mrn ready and
willing to furnish the necessary money.
I am of tho opinion that Sir Thomas
will have a better chance tor tho cup
next year than nny of 1I11 challengers
that have crossed tho ocean in years
past. You see he will have tho benefit
of last year's experience nnd, It he has
Captain Cringe who sailed the Sham
rock last year and tho Mlneola this
year his boat will have a great advan
tage. "As for his reported request that the
race bo sailed In August I believe It
Bnoum uo granieu. There is always a
better breeze In August than In Oc
tober and the chances for an exciting
race are far moro favorable. In Au
gust there will bo small cbanco for the
succession ot flukes which proved so
vexing last year."
"Will some one build a new yacht to
defend the cup?" said' Mr. Chester
Grlswold. "Well, It Is rather early to
talk about that, but I should think it
likely. Americans are not in the habit
of using old things If they can have
better; they are to enterprising. Thero
would bo no difficulty about raising
money for a new defender If It is de
elded to build one."
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the'WoIfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, 1 li to 4 inches.
1 Transcendent Light
Bfst Lleht krown
to science and the
ARCH LIGHTS for indoor and Out
Installed on short notice for Lawn Parties Luaus or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1800 pr SOO Candle Power.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager. '
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Colling the Parliament.
New York, Oct. 11. A dispatch
the Tribune from London, says:
The opinion Is gaining. ground that
Parliament will not assemble for ef
fective work before the end ot January.
This Interval will allow Lord Salisbury
leisure for recasting the Cabinet and
deciding various questions relating to
A report that Lord Cromer has been
summoned to England Is probably well
founded. Ho has been spoken of In
usually well Informed quarters as the
new member of the Cabinet and cer
talnly his Inclusion would greatly
strengthen the Government. There are
more unlikely things than that he
cult Court for trial; Akl, laclvlous
Lansdowne at the War Ofllce.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into tin- United from January iT
to lulv lit, 1
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OD,l40cases.
Moet Uvindon 18,413
Pommery & Greno 12,283 "
Hledslck & Co , Dry Mono
pole 6,ccq "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands 2791a "
TOTAL 135,184 "
Compiled from tin Official Custom Holm Ricordi
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MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains:
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
Fainting, Blacksmithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
VARIETY OF DESIGNS
NOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTS.
Every One of Them n Different Style !
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WE 5aL CARRIAGES AS HEAI AS VOU CAN MTIM III Wl
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You Have a Chance to Personally Inspect stock and
select something to your liking. If you order from the
Coast by cata'ogue you are taking chances of getting
something entirely different from what it lo ks on Daoer.
Remember! A suit of clothing for $J l;oks as well on paper
as one costing fciu.ua
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
NAILING CAMPAIGN LIES.
The Herald feels no doubt as to thV
result of the election In November;
the .Ilawatlana are too Intelligent to
throw away their votes en a lot of dem
agogues who work (or a tiarty that will
disfranchise them. If ;he principles 0
the Democrat jiarty were popular In
the United Elates perhaps the Hawa
iian speakers of that party can explain
why there has been but two Democratic
administrations there during the past.
forty years, Perhaps they can explain
why the prosperous periods In the his
tory of the United State have been
confined In the years when the Re
publican party was the dominant one.
If you ask a Hawaiian Democrat or an
Independent why he had nftlllnt(?dL wltri
either party be will say "Because," and,
If you press him further he will Bay
"because we wnnt tho monarchy re
stored." Some of them believe that the
local Legislature can make monarchs
just as they elected Kalnkaua and that
they can vote 'a want of confidence In
the Governor and the heads ot de
partments Just as they did In the good
old days. These are campaign lies of
the sort that the speakers for the Re
publican party have to knock the pins
from under nnd they are what they
should contradict at every opportunity.
There Is hard work nheal and the con
ditions aro different from anything In
tho experience of men vlio have made
politics a study on tho Mainland. The
Herald would urge the Hawallans to
preserve their own Interest? by voting
the Republican ticket.
Put in one of our
A lar shloment of Fan direct or
alternating current for use on either
omk or ceiling..
CALL AND SEE THEM.
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Office: 46 Merohant
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Nowhere else can you
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PRICES - THE - LOWEST
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co.. -
Cos. Fort and Mfkchaht Stdiits
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Tt World Renown Brand ol Gears... .
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
THEM. NONE BETTER.
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Boilermakers t t and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
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RtlUblt Wtlchacn furnUhtd for itortt and property,
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Office Room 4 Model Block -
P. O. BOX 34.
GRAND GLEARANCB SALE
For One month Only,
In all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains In Grass Cloth (various colors), Handkerchiefs
icmDroiuereaj, neavy.roogee siik ror sons or SKlrts.etc.
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P. O. BOI .91
THE OLDEST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries,
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK,-MERCHANT &TREET.
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P. O. Box 878
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly on
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