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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, . 1900.
Published Hvery Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of 11., by the
BULLHTIN PUM-lSltlNa COMPANY.
WALLACE 11. rAllIUNOTON ..Editor
DANIUIi LOQAN City Editor
Entered nt tho Post Offlco at Hono
lulu ns second class tnnttcr.
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Voat Omcc llox T1S
WEDNESDAY.. NOVEMllEU 14. 1901.
If Mr. Hnrtwcll proved such n mail,
pil success as the Wnshlnglon represcn
tathe of n defunct Hawaiian sown:
ment, It seems strange that, the Ilawa-
linn Sugai Planters' Association gae
him tho go-by when they selected n
Washington representative a few wcel.s
The funnUst part of this mornings
Advertiser tirade Is the assumption
that It speal.s for such men ns II I'.
Dalduln Mr. llaldwlu has gained a
leputntlon tor honest, fair minded ac
tion In ever) detail of life that Is utter
l foreign to the policy of the esteemed
1 he depths of bitter despair to w hlc'l
the political hopes of Proprietor Tlmis
ton of the Advertiser Is reduced aro
best ev Idenced by the Advertiser's publl
latlon of studied misrepresentation nnd
nbholutu lies regarding citizens who up
hold the Hepubllcau pnity and voted
tho Republican ticket.
Apropos of Mi. IlnrtwcU's statement
that ho did nothing while In Washing
ton to sit tire the appointment of San
foul 11. Dole nb Governor, the Ilulletln
would propound tin so questions:
Dirt Mr. Il.irtwcll while In Washing
ton tnako the statement that It lookvl
at. If It wero Impossible to overcome
tho Scvvnll Inlluciue''
Did Mr Hnrtwcll while In Washing
ton ns "special agent" nnd "unoflUl.il
delegate" make an effort directly of
Indirectly to secure for himself the po
sition of chief JustUe of Hawaii or
United States District Judge?
I'OK MUNICIPAL (iHVIittNMUN 1
Tho studied endeavor of the Thitrj
tonlan cll'iuc to Ingrtlatu Itself with
the people having control of Hawaii j
first Legislature Is too upparnmt to re
liilio comment upon lis details The
condemnation of men who worked
without censing foi the success of I Ik
lttpuhlli.iu pnity, b the Advetllss.,
server only to show thu perbonnl and
spltitul nulmoslt) of the power behind
thu idltorlal nolle).
Tho ultimate object of tho Adver
tise! i) campaign .it tho present time Is
to forcstnll the enactment of legisla
tion by tho next Leglslatuio
providing for municipal government l
the 'Ienitory of Hawaii. Tho motUo
underneath tho vllillcntlon nnd lies
uttired by the moinlug organ Is an un
(outrolablc deslie to maintain minority
rule, though It Is done nt the tost of
the Internal progiess of tho Terrltoi.
This (iinip.ilgn variegated li) threats,
cajolcr) and misrepresentation will be
continued even to and Including the
I hi i campaign will not bo successful
It wll lac.-ompllsli tho snmo result that
tho ridicule and threats of tho cam
paign just closed led to
'I he fact before tho people Is that
they have dieted a I.eglblatmo pledged
to tho ircatlun of municipal govcii.
incut for the Territory of Hawaii and
a municipal charter for the city of Ho
nolulu. 1 hero may bo a certain num
ber of citizens who aspire to bland on
"tho coattalls of pi 0,1103s and hull i
whoa." I ills section of the communlM
ma) be honest enough but It miiat
store a fallute in tho legislature in li
did at the polls. Tho municipal char
iot will bo passed
It 'remains with tho pcoplo whctlur
they will grasp the opportunity given
them In tho next three months to gtup
plo with the problems as becomes
honest, aggre halve nnd piogiesslve
men. Will they dally along lnill.To
icntly till the Legislature Is In ses
sion when un Indifferent net will ba
pasbed, or will the) band together for
the discussion of municipal affairs and
use their tulluenco to sccuro a munici
pal law- that will bo complete, adapt
able to the situation nnd frco from the
mistakes certain to arlso If tho matter
Is left to the short period of a legisla
The people need no further lessons to
prove that tho present s)stem of cen
tralized government Impedes tho prog
ress of tho Territory. Tho present
Legislature will do no more to secure
the extension of public works and local
city Improvements than Its predeces
sors have clones Tho 'work has gone
forward but at'n snail pace, far d-
hhi' tho Industrial development of
tho country. This condition miiBt ever
obtain whllo every town and city re'
mains under tho old centralized elisor
ganlzatlon, Iricspcctlvo of, tho person
nel of executive olllcers In tho cnpltnl
building. Tho pcoplo nro not content
for conditions to remain ns.thcy nrp.
They demand a forward movemont.
Mcmbeis of tho Legfslaturo know full
well that their failure to carry out u
progiesslvo policy will forever dis
credit them beforo the elcctointe Thny
will act. It now lemnlns more parti
cularly with the citizens of Honolulu
whether this action shall bo accom
plished without tho honest non-partisan
cooperation of thoughtful citizens.
The cry rapid Increase In gold pro
duction, both In the I'nlted States and
elsewhere, during the past few jeaia
brings the total gold product of the half .
icntury now ending to the enormous
figure of $ri GG5 631.000, or more than
twlco ns much ns during tho entire
threo hMtidred nnd fifty ears preceding 1
the half centurj now closing. Tho
gold prod let Ion of the world from 1,132
to IS50 amounted to but $3 120,720 000,1
while tha' of tho period 1851-1899 vvn'l
$0.fSi3 011 000. I
The following table, compiled from
the estimates Vf Dr. Adolph Soetbeer
nnd the Director of the United States
Mint shows the gold production of the
world by half-century periods from the
)enr 1500 down to the present time:
Period. Amount Produced
1501-1550 S 225 580,000
1001-K50 . . 281,840,000
1701-1750 B87.5S0 00D
787,400 00.) I
The ndltlon to the world's supply I
of gold during the past four cars liove
ben as follows-
Date. Prod. In Prod. In '
U. S World, i
1VIC $53.088 000 $202,251,000
1S97 57,303,000 238 S12.00H ,
1S98 014C3 000 287.428 Ci"
1S,99 72,500,000 315,(fTJ,JT'U
Total ..$247 414 000 $1,013,491,000 j
The rapid Increase In gold pro.lue-,
tion In tho I'nlted States nnd the large
cccss of exports over Imports, alreaoy
alluded to, havo been accompanied by
a marked Incrense In the money In cir
culation In tho United States whlct
stood on Jul) 1 of each )ear as fol
lows. Oold and Hold Money all Per
Date. Certificates. kinds Cap
IS "Ml .$19S,119,2I2 $1,509,725,200 $21.1A
1897 .. 550,432.594 1.0IC.02S.24C 22 57
1S9S .. O9S.7S0.519 1,843,435.719 21.71
1899 .. 734,710,728 1,932,484,239 2 3S
1900 . SI5.474 400 2,002,423,490 20 50
IMIOl OGKAIMIING LLONIDS.
New Haven, Conn.. Nov. 2. Yale as
tronomcis are preparing to photograpn
what leonlds appear In tho heavns
this fall, tact )car nt this time thh
most extensive preparations were ma Ic
to phologtiipli the meteoric tllspla) I"
the cloudy skits and the fact that but
few- leonlds appealed threw the ai
tionomers Into a state of great perpl"
Ily It h i not been dlstovered since
thin the reason for the non-appearanio
of tho meteorites. Dr. Frederic),
Chase of the Yalo observatory si)S-
' rheie Is Just as much icason to ex
pect the leonlds at this time us last
)car. Astronomers havo not )ct been
able to discover vvny It Is that with
the usual rrguhrlty with which tho
leonlds conic every thlrtj-thite )drs
the shower I.im year failed to uppeir
there are tv.o possible explanations of
this Suite the last gieat shower In
1S0G Jupll i has passed qulto close to
the portion of tho orbit containing tHe
meteors luc In 1899, und this, nccoid
Ing to calculations, so perturbed tin
path us to make them cross the lino of
the earth's orbit that Is, nearer tho
sun so that tho earth mny now have
passed through the swarm At the
simu time the stream will take but four
or five hours In passing anyvvaj, and if
It comes before the radiant Is above the
horizon It vv III not be seen nt all.
"Iho second potblblo explanation Is
that there was a dearth of meteors In
that portion of tho swarm encounter.-d
h) the earth In 1899 nnd thero Is no rea
son toda) to think that they are even
I) distributed. It Is possible, hovvcvc
to bellevo that the portion of tin)
stream due nt tho Intersection of the
earth s oiblt this )car has not ct ben
pertuibcd by JupKcr In tho samo way
as lust )car."
I: oni the Orient.
Tho steamer Doric, Cnpt. Smith, ni
rlved this morning at 5 o'clock from
China and Jnpan, and was moored nt
tho Pacific Mali dock" at 8 n. m Sro
left Yokohama on the 3d Inst mnklu,:
the vo)ago In 11 dn)s nnd 7 hours
She encountered strong southern
winds nnd high seus to lllril Island but
thence to port had flno weather. The
Doilc has 900 Ions of freight for Ho
nolulu and will sail this evening ns
boon ns her cargo is discharged.
Tho Doric has threo passengers for
Honolulu, Miss Esther Warner, Arthur
Yoiiur mid servant nnd Kwnng Slang
Tseng Prominent among tho through
passengcis are Capt. J. T. M)crs, U. P.
M. C. who saw servlto at Tien Tsln mil
Lieut, K, Tanka of tho Japancso Navy.
8the new King of Itnly proposes to
rIvo his valuable collection of ram
old coins to one of the State museums.
He sayB that If ho lccpt It he would give
to Ha Improvement time which his
present duties will not allow him In
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
I Into l h- United I ro n January l t
to July 1st, i ooo.
G. H. MUMM St CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.MOcases.
Moet & Chindon 18,413 "
Pommery c: Greno 12,283 "
Hltdslck U iwO , ry Mono
pole 6,000 "
Louis Koederer 4.418 "
A(l other brands 27012 "
TOTAL.... 135,184 "
Compile! from the Official Custom Houm Record!
HACPARLANE & CO., LTD., Sole agents.
Tho Lust CARLOAD OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in t'e
Uni ed States.
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Pauses (or the People at Popular Prices. For Hard or Soft Coal or Wood.
This construction Is provided with perfectly square SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which render! them very quick and perfect bakers. Have Self-mountlnjc Cast
iron Door, anJ the entire outside finlh Is of A umlnlum. Particular attention
Is directed to the fact that the Inside of the Sheet-steel Is also Alumlnlzed, which
protects the wearing qnilltlcs and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SERVOIR, which fits all sires. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The llest Designed and Hest Made Stove for the price ever offereJ. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Flre-'ws, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, TOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed,
La'ci! Broillng-door, Heavy Boston-ring Covers, Extra Heavy Crist-Iron Sectioml
LlnlnRs Large Ash pan, Rod .Mounted en Outside. DUPLEX GRA rE, which
can be -roved and replaced with ut disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
MumltureJ Uven-door, Uven-McK and Uven Hack. Aerated Uven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mled with the Iron from w hlch all "GARLANDS" are made.
This mlt re aJJs strength, prevents blowholes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT of the
I Jiethcl Street
Wellac the Sole Agency
- For the Celebrated -a&
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All GoocIh ot Studebakcr
nuikc (ire jiuiirnntecd rcllnhle.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
A11 Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
The tract slqpes 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,
SConsult WANTS in
' ' V"S
HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Between Fort and AlaUea Streets.
.Room 8, Model Block.
To-dav'r, Bulletin $:$-
1 41 J Ilil
Office Phon 190
Alike Street, Mikil of Merc ant Street.
Piano and Reading Lamps, ,
Shides, Globes ind
So'e Accntf for
The Weslinghoiisc Elcc. & Mfg. Co.,
PllTMlURO, Pa I
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
Honolulu iobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner Hotel nnd FortBtrcctH.
SOLE AGENT for the renowned
THIS BMND IS SIMPIV OWNS!
TO THE CATS CEMS ROASTED
WWtf AIL OTHER mHDSXSC,
STEAMED. THE KOASTmoYs
jfmjm SBB. -LWV9
-yj.v:r- vvr.i.rtvE..r.i.3 n, are
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd
03 2iT Q- X IK E3 E3 25 S
Boilermakers : : and : : Electrician.
The - General -
& A Snnerh Wine! 6
A Wine of Age a wine whose luscious,
grainey richness of taste and boquet is
perfect. A straight, pure, time-ripened
and mellowed wine, which, correctly
used, is a blessing and benefit to these
who use it.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
It's no experiment
when you insist on getting Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. Buy goods
that you know are right.
For seventy years we have been trying to pro
duce the best possible article for the least
The public know it favorably.
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best selectedjjrain.
It is six years in wood.
It wins on merit alone. .
& COr, Ltd.,
By Using The.
which give loo candle-power for each
burner at a cost of i-s of a cent per hour,
you save 4-5 of a cent per hour over .1
Kerosene lamp giving 50 candle-power;
and 4-s of a cent per hour over a 16
candle-power electric light. The cheap
It pays to buy the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The ONLY Lamp of Its kind
FULLY GUARANTt LI) to give satisfac
tion OR MONbY RLI UNDLD.
The removable reservoir Is a special
feature. Does not require taking down
lamp to fill. his feiture will ray for
the lamp In treventlng breakage of
tr titles. Requires ni care, the burner
being absolutely sell-cleaning. Con
tains all the advantages and none of the
faults of other gasoline lamps. Fully
approved by Fire Ins trance Under
writers. All liUnl orders promptly UtrJti la
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