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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER i?, igco
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd,NEW
Jobbers and Retailers.
There is only one place in town to
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT.
We have just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen," s :
One Hundred and Ninety Si
NEW DRY GOODS !
Calicos, Ginghams, Per
cales, Dimities, Organdies,
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
WE DEFY ((HTM 01 STCKK IS COMPLETE.
A SlK(iLE YARD OR ARTICLE AT LESS THflH WHfllFSAIF.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
THOUSANDS MARCHED IN
THE DRIZZLING RAIN
Did Not Dampen Their Ardor for
Work in Stretching
A few of the parndcrs carried umbrellas )
and these were generally lowered when
the Governor's box was be Inn passed.
Ilnch parade r wore In his button-hole
a carnation out of compliment to Presi
dent McKlnley, nhose favorite flowe
it Is. Some salutations amused the
Governor Immensely and he Invariably
rewarded the men In line with n heart)
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. 0. Achl President A Manager
M. K. Nakulni Vice Problem
J. Makalnal .TroMuror
1M IMC i lfniIC Cinnnn 1 Itn Knoch Johnson Secretary
AH iniAmUUJ rillCDIlAllVirtoo. L. DeshA Auditor
New York, Nov. 3. Much to the dis
appointment of nil Interested In th
parade held under the auspices of the
Uuslness Men's Heptibllcnn and Sound
Money Association toda's weather w,ii
very unpleasant. The early morning
opened with a cold rain falling and the
oi.i, ere mu, cunuiuun iur "stake ilurliiK tho bubonic plague It
marchers. Governor Iloosevelt, the re-' nn numnn ,lct for lt. ,,one9 of
viewer of tho parade, arrived In New I0 Ualn)ll ttcrc llr0(, n lllp ,, f)f
York at 8 o'clock. Knimitii i , .,.. tnr ,i. n..,.;,ti.
The streets along tho line of march ..... Imrtv i1Pr,,gn lhv nre viu-elnntln
were hcautlfully decorated. The down- Jollr children for the express purpose,
town section of llroadwav was a blaze',, 8endnK lhcm BOtno llny to tho ,eiUr
Wallukti, Nov. 10. Following ore ex
traits from tho political speeches of
F. W. Dcckley.tho Independent candi
date who heads the representatives on
Maul, Molokul and Lanal:
Do not vote for the Hcpubllcan party,
not only because they are onlj local
and do not belong to the great Itepub
llcan party of the United States, but
also because they have been Instru
mental In burning Ilawallans nt the
Leather Goods ! !
A fine Sample line-
NEWS CO., LTD.
Why Solace Chinese
Cannot Land Here
The World Register
Keeps the Cash white you are busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granite
vyoRK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence and Monumental Ci
Ml Klnr Street.
P, O. Box 7jf lilani Correspondent. Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHE,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
quets. Decorators for Weddings and Recep
tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
F W. THRUM
ROOM MO. 10, BPRKCKEM BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty,
l llolel Stieet, II, I
Kip. Cilit-Mtwi, Ull. Nitlv. Ilati, Hula Skirte.
Milieu Mate. lane. Slielle, iMll, Ltt , , liimjm.J.
P.i, coniumlj on run J. TfcUi'HONfc tjj
Following Is a copy of the depart
ment letter reelved by Collector Stni-
kable which lefuses the landing of
Chinese on board the Solace:
i)i:i'akt.mi:nt ok justicu.
Olllce of the Solicitor of the Treasury.
Washington, I) C, June 20, 11)00.
The Secretin) of the Treasury.
Sir- The linn T V Puwdcrl). Com-mlHsloncr-Gcnuiil
of Immigration, ha
rcferi cd for my consideration n letter,
dated the 2nd, Instant, from Joshua IC
Drown, Chinese Inspector at Honolulu
II, I., relative to the admission of Chi
nese going from the I'nlted States to
that Territory The Inspector stalls lilt,
case In this vvn)-
"The positive provisions of seitiou
101 or the Ait of April 30, 1900, 'that
no Chlnise laborer shall bo allowed to
enter any State or Terrltorj or Olt-
trkt of the United States from tho II i-
wnllan Islands' suggests nil Intpitr) of
tho Department, for Instructions, ic
lullvc to the admission of Chinese go
ing fiom tho I'nlted States to tho To--
rltory of Hawaii "
Section 101 of tho Ait providing a
government for the Territory of Ha
waii, should, I think, lie lonstiued In
tounectlon with tho Joint Itcsolutloti
uppinvcd Jul) 7, 1898, which rendsus
follows: "Thcie shall bo no furtlur
Immigration of Chlneso In tho Hawai
ian Islands, except upon such londl
tlons as are now or muy hereafter be
allowed by the United Stutts, and no
Chlneso, by reason of an thing herein
contained, shall bo allowed to entei the
I'nlted Statin from the Hawaiian Isl
unds." No express provision Is made by I lie
Ait of April 30, 1900, for tho Immigra
tion of Chinese to Hawaii from the
If It had been tho Intention of Con
gress to extend this privilege, doubt
less regulations would have been au
thorized, or prescribed, so as to pi event
Its fraudulent abuse. While a China
man, who Is a citizen of tho IJnltul
States by reason of his birth, wool I
have the right to visit, oi migrate to
tho Territory of Hawaii In commo-i
with other citizens of this country, an
Immigrant Chinaman residing heio
would not have tho right, In the ab
sence of express authority by Congress.
I am, therefore, of the opinion that
Chlneso Immigrants cannot bo admit
ted In tho Territory of Ilawnll although
going from the United States Seo 22
op. As G p 353; nnd op, of the Soli
citor of tho Treasury of May 1st, 1S99,
as to the proper construction of tho
'I hu lotter submitted Is huiewlth re
turned. Verj Hcbpeitfull),
(signed) i a. ui:i:vi:,
of color from the enormous number of
Along the lino of march wero wood) n
poles about I'.'i or 30 feet In heigh:.
irected by the Democrats, on which
there were such sentences as "Ths
Trusts Can Make You March hut Can
not Make You Vote Against Iirvan."
"This Is a Trust Parade and not a lie
On some of these poles were por
traits of Hr) an and Stevenson i:.icn
of the poles was guarded by a police
men. The first business organization In the
line was tho Wholesale Dry Goods It"
publicans, which marched In sixteen
sections. They were followed by rep
resentatives of the clothiers, merchant
tailors, retail dry-goods men, the paper
trade, the toal trade, the shoe trad'
tho shoo trade, thn cotton and colfce
exchanges, the tobacco trade, the fm
ulturc trade, tho hide and leather trade,
tho tankers and llrokers Kepubllc i'i
nnd Sound Money Club and In fact rc-'i-rcsentntlvcs
of prnctlnill) every
branch of business In the city.
The honor of having the largest
number of men In Hue was claimed lj
tho wholesale dry-goods trade, their
marshal estimating that the numbered
When Governor Iloosevelt arrived at
the llattcry there was prolonged cheer
ing. The Governor seemed to be In ex
cellent spirits and bowed repiutedl) In
acknowledgement of the reteptlon,
After about 15 minutes dchi) the
head of the line started, with the can
didate for Vice-President)- In an opiu
barouche The Governor declined to
shield himself from the rain, s.i)iug
that ho could stand It better than tho
thousands who were to march.
The Governor stood up to niknow-
i ledge the greetings of the ciowd
"It seems to take something worse
than an ordinary rainstorm to damp
en a sound money crowd ' he said, as
settlement nt Kalaupapa Do not vote
for tho Itcpubllian party for nro you
not nware that tho great majority of
Hawaiian patients at the Queen's hos
pital, Honolulu, rarely come out nllve
once entombed within that Institu
tion' It Is different with European
patients, the doctors try their best to
euro them and tho majority of tin in
tome out Impioved In health. It Is not
so with the Ilawallans, nnd )ou b-tr
with me for the truth of this Tho
ltepubllcan party has purposcl) given
tho wrong translation of tho word
"proceedings" In sec. 41 of thn Organic
Act, In order to mislead )im tlleic
one of tlic nudliAie Interrupted (In;
speaker and told him that the lilt- r
pietntlon wns correct.)
Mr. Heckle), however, dots not be
lieve In his rash uttt rings ns he was
only pla)lng upon the Ignornnie of the
imtivo In order to gain their confidence
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. lUplkane.
The above Company will buy, Inase,
or sell lanJj In all parts of thn Hawaiian
Islands; and also hs housci In tho City
of Honolulu for rent. 1 489-y 1
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
tT We will Bn or f,ei deal Estate l
Upaiti of the group.
tr We will Hell rroptitloi on Haasot
OFFICE, to West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
A College .lliin'K Mngulnc.
The Saturdu) levelling Post for Oc
tober 27 Is the monthly double num
ber, and it Is largel) devoted to itillitse
men and college Ink rests. The cover
In colors Is b) George Glbbu. Tho
opening article Is "'Ihc Young Uinrr
and Ills Beginnings," by United Statu
Senator Albert J. Ileverldge. Dr. Ni
thaulel Duller, President of Colby Col
lege, contributes an tirtlile on "Worn -n
In the Colli gis." Dr. Uussell II Chit
tenden, Director of the Sheffield Scien
tific School of Yale University, outlliiea
"The Praclluil College Course for
Young .Men." I)r lleniy S Prltchef,
president of the Massachusetts Insti
tute of Tecnology, has the leading edi
torial on the engineering proftsslo.-t
and the opportunities that are offer"d
toda). Tho leading poem of the num
ber Is by Prof. Charles G. D Huberts.
The fiction Includes Her I'lance A
story of Smith College by Josephine
the pioiesslon started uwn) from the1 Dodge Daskntn, Ills Crowning Day. by
The Immense irowds which wire ex
pected to gather in and around the re
v lowing stand, In Madison Square.
early In the morning had appeared a
10,30 o'lloik. tThc drizzling ruin
which had fallen for hours had soaked
the seats In the stand and gave tho
stand ami gave the decorations a hen-
Ian Machiriu. Tho Diary or a Harvarl
Freshman, b) Charles Maiomli I'lau
ilruu, At theCoimr of l.uvirs" I.ane
A Princeton Ghost stor), by Jesio
In Mooswn of the lloundarlis, whdh
Is a serlis of short animal stnrlis, W.
A. Frasir givei a vlvl.l account of an
animal trial, under the title lly Judq-
ragglcd uppeaiaiue. Tho lommlttee In "' "' ,'t'rB- he Umo i tiat lUu
i hui go of airunguuents. hopi fill f ( No Turning, Mr. Gilbert Parker's brll-
line weather had made no pieparntloni , "'u '''. leacnes its conclusion
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title
urius, trokers md Jotitt
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,
H. P. Baldwin Presidnt
J. H. CASiTLi: ist Vice-President
W. M. AI.KANDLH...-wd Vice-President
1. P. COOKL Treasure-'
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltoi
Sugar Factors and
lliuall.in Commercial & Sugar Co.
O l.i.i Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlleu Sugir Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Siigii Co.
fCahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. b.
W. 6. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of hi
Baldwin Locomotive Works, if
Philadelphia, Pcnn.. U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N Ohlandt & Co 's Chemical FerUll-
Alex. Cross S. Sons, high grado Txf
tlllzers for Cane nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OITi:il FOR SALE
Pnrafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Pnlnt
nnd Papers; Lucol and Llnteti
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlnc (a cold-water paint), is,
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Llaf
CASTLE" & COOKE
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited tc
-all and inspect our gallery c( life
size royal photos, from Kameturnehe
I. to date.
At the Old Htand
On Fort 8treat :
An Interesting article, w tilth Is to
piously Illustrated and Is necompau'ed
b) tlguies and facts, Is l'uinlslilng a
Colli ge Room, by Herbert Copelatm.
Mr Culture II Miles, formerly let Hir
er and honors coach at Cambridge Uni
versity, England, writes n veip jira.
tlcal article on I'nlhulis About Train
ing. Theio Is an Instructive urtlile on
the self-supporting students In eolligiw,
and tlie wn)s In which young nun can
get through lollego by their own ef
forts, In addition to these features theie ire
the usual departments.
lor adveise londltlons, thcieforo n
means weie at hand of electing a shelt
ering iniiop) over the Bints.
Within less than a block of tho siot
where the Gov ei nor was to take his
siat as levlewlug olllier, was stretched
one of the many strips of muslin put
up by Tammany hall, and bearing tho
words "They May Make Me J'arade,
but They Can't-Mnke Me Vote Against
This wns stretrhed nuoss Fifth av
enue at Twenty-sixth stieet and like
all the others, was guarded by n polio
man Instruilid to keep an) one from
damnglng It or tearing It down. At
10. 41 the big stunt), deslgntd to hold Kncl of the Coal etlilkc
5,000 persons, lontalned less than a Philadelphia, Oct. 29. Today wit-
third of that number. nessed an almost general resumption of
A big bnnnir was Btretched in front 'r kin tho uiithraclte region, where
of tho stand from n street across Fifth ' 'P "'x weeks the mlno workers have
nvenuc. bearing President McKlnlo's heen oln strike for an ndvunce In wuges
wortls to the late ex-Ma)or Strong: a reduitlon In the price of powder nni
"Wn know no class distinction In''" several districts abolition of thy
this fnlr land of ours. sliding scale of wages. In a Kw instan-
Colonel Iloosevelt reached the stand " collieries operated by Individuals
nt exactly 11 o'clock Ho stood In bis; and small companies have failed to re
tarrlagn and waved hlB hat right and sunn-
left to the shouting throngs. The Philadelphia & Reading Coal ind
By this time tho first band, plnjlns rn Company, which controls over 20
nn Inspiring air. reached tho stand. Per eent or the output of the antnrn-
Thc vacant seats had ranldlv filled un'ilto region nnd which is tho largest
and tho long review of the huge loin-! operating company In the hard coal
merclnl nrm) commenced, fields, today received word from (len-
The men who filled past the stand, ernl Superintendent Luther nt Po'tj-
In a quickstep, band their heads ties- vllie that thlrty-sovcn out of tin thlrty-
plto tho dripping ralu ami tho Govern- nine collieries operated by that com-
or In return, did the same. ,' pan) are working. .
"Hello, Teddy " "Three chce'is for
our next vice-president," "You'ie nil Those wishing rcllablo horses, ex-
right," wero tho shouts that greeted pcrlenced drivers, now rigs, fair prices
Governor Hoosevilt. Tho lontlnuous und courteous treatment should rail ut
tin i ling, mingled with tho music uf tho Terrltoiy Stnhlcs, 'lhelr telephono
the hands, made n din at tho rev lowing number Is Main 35, 'lhey deliver and
stand that diowned ull othei sounds. ' call for rigs free of charge.
a New Lot of
Cigars I .
Beaver Lunch Rooms
lb. ti PLnt.ll'ii Co.
To. W.l.lu. AcTkullvtl Co . I ,:
The Kctula Sugar Co
b. W.Uniea Sunt UN Co.
Tb. Koloa Artleultutal Co,
Tb. Fulton Iron Whi, SI loll.. .
Tba Sliol.tJ Oil Co.
The Geo F BleheSleea Ptaee.
-Th. New England LH. In.uranco Co, or I
Tb. tine Fir. Ine. Co. ol Hanlort, I
- Tho Alll.nc. Aleuranca Co of Looi
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manage
Claim Spreckcls Vice President.
W. M. Girfard ..Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Sec
Geo. J. Ross Audit
ioNTB of inr
IUEANIG STEAMSHIP GOMFAi
OF HAN FRANOIHCO. UA1
H. J. NOLTE
Star Oyster House
COKNLK rOKT ANDHOTI L ST.S.
Steaks and Chnpo.
Oyt r iiny Style,
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEtL
Union St. near Hotel 1500
Young St., bet. AI3p.1l & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnUhed rooms with board.
AUo table hoard. Telephone H7 Mlue.
Art Bmbroldery Tuuht.
QUERN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Halolse Insurance Co.
Union Ga? Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mad, ne, BU
QUMtl tlMt, FloDOlutO H.I
CoBipnv, OoCela Surer Plant. Co . Onoeieo Kane
Co , Honomu Sufar Co , Walluku S-irai Co , Haboo
Sucar Co . Ilaleakala fault Co., Holofal Paoobi
Hlanter a Lin. bin hr 15KO Talk baa, e w
k Co.'a Line ol Boaton Packele
LIST OK OFFICERS
C. M. Cooke, President; Georfe
Robortson, Manager 1 K. F. Illslov
Treasurer and Secretary; Jol. W, M,
Auen, Autm 117 r. u. Jones, u. water
houso, Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
(neral Manager oi
Tb L,quuble Lifa Assurance) Sooittv
Or thai United Bute tot tb tUwklltw
Onri Utbant strett. Hor
Lessons In ART nMBROIDHRY will
bo given by Mrs. II. II. Williams nt the
City Furnlturo Storo, Tort street.
First Class stamping done
MRS. 11. II. WILLIAMS.
M. PHILLIPS k CO..
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
laropmi ind Americu Dry avm
to i and Quean Streets.
II HAOKFF-LT. k CO., Lsd
kneral coHaissioK mm.
Oor.yoit and UntfuBtreeia ituu.tla
1 Sat mr ' t-- -' --j-i A.ftji jo
J il'iiii 'aetf'lT'iai'friieSuel a tit'f ' -- '' &2M -
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