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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER .16,.. 1900.
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Published Hvery Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULUVriN 1'UIlMSItINO COMPANY.
WAl.lAUL?n KAHIUNOTON ..Editor
DANIUt, l.OUAN City Editor
Entered ut the Post Onlco at Hono
lulu an second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S.
Per year, postpaid, foreign....
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riUOAY NOVEMllEIt 10. 1M
The Advertler seeks ti cvndo tho
municipal Issue b vainly nttemptlng 10
draw ntlentlou to the political bicker
ings of tho past.
It Is tho piogress of tho future that
honest citizens of Honolulu look to
It la the past that tho last election verv
decidedly wiped out.
This Is by no means "Itepubllcri I
weather." It Is to Ire hoped that the I
new by the Zcalandln will servo as ex-1
(option that proves tho rule. I
"Young Crokcr at work" Is nn Item of I
sufficient Importance to demand not 11 1
llttlo apace- In New Yoilt papers. That
n scion of Boss Croker should "vor"
seems to bo regarded an a digression I
from paternal teachings.
The remarkable progress made b"
our initialized government In develop
ing tho public parks of tho city since
the last legislative session. Is nn cvu
present argument In favor of luunlelp.'l
Tho Ktncr.il revival of buslmsi goe.)
to show that It la not so much the re
sult! as it Is the election campaign that
makes business draff. This Is true bt
every strip of territory where tho Am
erican lias waves.
It Is when the elements nrt at their
worst, that the excellence of streets,
telephones nnd electrical systems Is
put to the test. Th (-conditions prevail
ing dm Ins tho present storm do not
plate any of these public utilities nbovu
pnr or even up to tho average.
The Associated Charities of Kansas
havo taken up the plan of establlshl-u
penny savings banks that might well
bo copied by the local charity associa
tion. The scheme Is carried out with
no view to interesting newsboys and
children of tho street In n bank account
of their own small earnings.
Mr. Ilnrtvvcll falling to answer the
questions propounded regarding hia
efforts In Washington, the lliilletln I
will mid another which will be moro
appropriate. Did Mr. Ilnrtwell while 1
In Washington ns "special agent" and
"unolllcl.il delegate." write n letter to
Honolulu reviewing the situation rd-.
Knroing me appointment 01 uie lerr:
Hawaii follows the career of Chines.)
Heformer Sun Yet Sun not alone be.
cause he was educated In a piomlnmit
local school ami Is of Hawaii, but also
on account of the fact that there are
many others of his race In Huvvnll who !
are ready to follow his leadership In
regenerating China. When Hawaii can
become an nctlvo factor In the reor
ganization and civilized development
of a nation like China. Us reputation as
tho hub of tho Pad lie Is well upheld.
MlSlMiPIf liSIiN 1INC. GEAII.
Tho Advertiser's ponderous cllort to
discredit the action of A. V. Gear In
tho camiRiIgn Just closed haves that
organ ns usual wallowing In the mire
ot malicious mWicprtsentntlon. M.
Gear's action throughout the campaign
was that of nn honest, consistent 1U-public-tin.
Ho neither paid 1 Illinois to
circulate a petition for him nor did he
attempt to displace Henry Waterhousu
on the ticket.
For reasons which the lliilletln can
not fathom, tho nomination of Mr.
Watcrhouso on the -Republican Sena
torial ticket caused nn Immediate and
widespread uproar among tho workers
for the Republican party. Some said
It was his pi eminence at tho police sta
tion In tho '93 rebellion, others that
they "didn't llko him." Tho situation
was a distressing 0110 both to tho party
managers nnd members of the nominat
ing convention who had voted for Mr.
Waterhouso believing him to bo nB
strong If not stronger candidate, than
Dillingham owing to his Intimate as
sociations' with tho Hawaiian people.
Almost without exception tho party
managers, personal friends of Mr, Wn
tcrhouse, said that Mr. Waterhouse's
nomination was a political mistake.
As Mr. Oear, although admittedly a
strong candidate, had withdrawn when
tho original ticket was framoiLln order
to prevent n party bolt on tho part of
Thurston, there were many who believ
ed tho ticket could be saved by Mr.
Oear becoming nn Independent Repub
lican candidate. Thoso strong In this
circulated petitions to thnt effect.
Mr. dear's personal friends, however.
were divided as to tho advisability of
such a course. Somo of those most
lntlmnto witli him urged strongly
against It, Tho only proper manner tn
settle tho question was dliect reference,
to tlje party managers. This was done
and details of such reference, and the
roHiilt are fully known to tho public.
Mr, Gear was no moro nctlvo In can
vassing tor support to bis Independent
action than was Henry Watcrhouso In
seeking tho Senatorial nomination. So
far ns tho lliilletln Is nwarc, Mr. W.v
tcihouKo niado nlisnltitcly no effort to
secure the nomination,
NO BOOK CONTRACT.
Tho Board of Education may well
hesltalo before making 11 contract wlili
nny publishing houso for excluslt'e
purrhaso of the hooks used In tho pub
lic schools of tho Territory. Experi
ence has not been such ns to justify the-
renevvnl of the. iile miitiart or match',;
a new 0110 that will prevent tho pur
chase of school books In tho open mar
ket. The present contract with, the Amer
ican Dook Company according to tha
opinion of many te.iclie'is best able to
Judge has not been a success. Occa
sions have nrltcn when educators have
considered that tho progress of the
siholnis would bett Xm served by tho
uso of school book editions other than
thoe lsued by this company. Thoso
books It hns been practically Impossible
to obtain owing to the terms of tin
contrai t binding the Hoard to purchase
from a single source of supply.
To bind tho wliolo educational sys
tem to ,1 private corporation for a tcr.n
1 nf years Is on the face of It n measure
that (loon not serve tho best public In- j
Wrests. In every branch of study the,
teachers should seek to secure the
school publications best suited to the
loal ibmnnd. This has nt)t been noi-1
alblo under such a eontiuct and cannot
'' llsll'Ic until the book publlshlii
mllleiilum Is reached.
Aside from this feature, the changing
conditions foreshadowed in the decen
tralization or tnc school system as wen
as other details of government ought ,
to dolor the present educational board
fiom making a contract or contiaits
which by any prosslblllly could em
harass their successors In local ndnilnls
tratlon over tho schools of this or an '
other Island. Bartering In 11 pulil' -commodity
Is a phase of local ndmlnU
tratlon that Is certain to pais out of
existence as tho details of former pa
ternal government are iclig.itid to the
ROOFS BLOWN OFF. ,
News comes from the other side n'
the island, by the J. A. Cummlugs, that
considerable damage was done by ym
tei day's stoim. Tho wind blew a gala
nnd thn rain was very heavy .
A number of loofs vveie blown off at
Knneohe and several lice fields vvcro
washed out to sea. The flumo supply
ing water to run the vvatcrvvheel of Ah
I.o's rice mill was blown down but no
other damage was done to the mill. The
old llsli pond nl Knneohe wits washed
nv.-y nnd the fish swept out to sea en
tailing 11 very considerable loss to Sh3
owners. No lives vveiolost.
Among the advantages of tho storm
Is the fact that W.ilm.iualo planta Ion
that has been suffering for lack of vvu
tui now bus a plentiful supply.
vn:i; ALL cuoss.
Tho telephone sstem all over the'
city was In a most deplorable state lus-. '
night. I'eople could have died bcfo'V)
tho arrival of medical assistance If It
had been found iieccssar; to depend on !
their telephones. A physician of '.he
tty called out on an emergency case at
nbout 10 o'tlock nnd Immediately af
terwards he attempted to get n had .
Attn- standing nt tho telephone an 1 (
making all kinds of uol-tes for over ten I
minutcj, he decided that tho BhorRat
vvny would bo to wake up his coachman
and havo his already tired horses har
A live vvlie at tho corner of Nuuaiui
and School streets last night cumei very
near being the cntiso of tho death ot u
horse belonging tu n Chinese hackman
and tho destruction of n Chinese sto;o
In the Immediate vicinity. Tho wlim
was discovered by K. Mclnemy who
summoned tho pollco nnd the people of
the Hawaiian electric Co. who, togeth
er, siKce.cted In getting th edangcroua
wire out of tho vvny.
A stranger In Sallnn. Kansas, had the
I . ilc hunt tii on" dav to ireover a fw
bill re clalmeJ to have lost. Wlirn the
guilty 111 11 n was located -tho olllcers
learned Hint there nro no $tu bills.
On n pniade ground at Calcutta .ire
Snoggs Was It not disgraceful tin
way In which Smlggs snoicd In church
Stuggs I should think so. Why, he
woke us nil. Chatter.
An economical old German hauled
elm logs to tho sawmill nnd had fenc
ing boards made of them, which ho
nailed on fresh. Ho said they tvvlsted
the posts out of tho ground, twisted
themselves off tho posts, and actually
twisted wrinkles Into his cornfield!
IMPORTS OP CHAMPAGNE
Into tin- United trom January i.t
to jiilv ist, ii)0o.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.MOcases.
Moet eV Chandon 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,283 "
HledslcU & Co., Ury Mono
pole 3,oog "
l.ouls Koederer 4,4l8 "
All other brands - 27012 "
TOTAL -135,184 "
Compiled Irom thl Ofliclit Cuilon Houtt Records
HACFARLAKE & CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
The Last CARLOAD OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in fie
Uni ed States.
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISB" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranges lor the People at Popuhr Prices. For Hard or Salt Coal er Wood.
This construction Is provided with perfectly square SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them very quick and perfect bakes. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Door, and the entire outside t'ml'h Is of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is directed to the fact that the Inside of the Sheet-steel Is also Alumlnlred, which
protects the vveailnz qualities and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SERVOIR, which tits all sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Uest Made Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Flre-'io.s, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed,
La-Re Brolllng-door, Heavy Bas'on-rlng Covers. Extra Hr.ivv Cit-lron Sectional
Linings, Large Ash pan, Rods Mounted on Outside. DUpI.E. ORA I E, which
cm bt - -noved and replaced with ait dlstjrbine the remainder of the Fire-box.
Mumlntred Oven-door, Oven-back and Oven Raik. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mist re adds strength, prevents blow-holes and Is a benefit to Iron in every ,
way, For Sale at the ,
HOUSEHOLD DEPAHT.MENT of the
jjethcistrcet PACIFIC HARDWARB CO., Ltd.
w ii. 4i.A ck !..,...
ut iid, v iiiv juiu rigvnwi
For the Celebrated ,-ss
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All GoocIh ot Ktiulchuker
iiuilic lire Jiuiirnntccd rclliihlc.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
"he tract slopes pently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mis a'land and sva 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.
-rf.onsult WANTS in
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
1ft I J1V J iS
Office Phone, )?o
Power Slitlon Prion
AUlm Slritt, Makal o( Mere ant Street
Plana and Reading Lamps, 1
Shades, Globes and
Sole AgenM (or
The Wcstiiigliouse Elcc. & Alfg. Co.,
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
Honolulu tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner Hotel nnd Fort 8trcetH.
SOLE AGENT for the renowned...
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Companj
Champagne Nature (Yin Brat),
SERVED at the Banquets
in Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
"HS. "W. jfii.tkin.son
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
Pur Hcuses and Rooms, furnished or
....Advertising Commission Agent.
Awnings and Tents.
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-'
ducc 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 selected grain..
It is six years in wood.
It wins on merit atone.
& CO., Ltd.,
By Using The-
which give too candle-power for each
burner at a cost of t-5 of a cent per hour,
you save 4'5 of a cent per hour over a
kerosene lamp giving 50 candle-poer:
and 4-5 of a tent per hour over a 16
candle-power electric light. The cheap
est ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.
It pays to buy the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The ONLY Lamp of Its kind
FULLY GUAKANT-Kl) to give satisfac
tion OR MONbY REFUNDLD.
Tne removable reservoir Is a special
feature. Does not require taking down
lamp to. fill. his feature will pay for
the lamp- In preventing breakage of
rr.ntles. Requires n 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 Insurance Under
writers. All ItltnJ otderi promptly tnenJel to
C. V. Mncfnrlouc,
A ' '
One of the FINU8T So CIGARS on the market.
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of Selected
Gtapes Is used, th: subsequent pressings,
not being tp to the standard adopted by
the Houe of Pommery, are disposed of
In various ways. This Is one of the many
reasons why Pommery Champagne com
mands the highest price the world over.
Peacock & Co.,
Sole Agents, Hawaii Ter.
Will engage laborers in
the Hawaiian Islands and will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephoie, 250 Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
Merchant street, Honolulu
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