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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1900.
Published Kver Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE It. KAllRINCVTON ..IMUor
DAN1KL I.OOAN City IMItor
Entereil nt the Post OITlcc nt Houo
lulu ns second class matter.
Per month, an where In V. S. . .$ .75
Per enr 8 00
Per cur, postpaid, foreign 13 00
Pa able lnnrlnb1y in advance.
Post OMco Hot "IS
NovKMiiint :o, 1000
Willie Hearst linn decided that the
IKniwralli p.ntj should no rcwganlz
wt and a good proportion ot the party
seems to be of the opinion that one of
the fl.at details should be the elimina
tion uf two Willies.
t hat has becomo of the Merchant'
1 Association plan There Is not 11 nic.-
cfhant on the stieet oppoied to It. Tho
leailei in tl,t
n.ovcimiii to make this
Item uf progress a living aitlve faetoi
In the development uf the clt Is nil
that Is needed.
The gieat and onl) Senator Pcttlgicw
of South Dakota Is tetlrcd to private
life without even a Btiggestlun that he
will be missed by the nation or his um
etltuents. 1 lie man without 11 pari) in
the Lulled Stales Congiess Is as lone
some as the man without a couiitij.
As the returns from Hawaii ionic In
as the Mingle bitter pill In the midst uf
tho splendid natlounl victor), It may
dawn upon Republican inanugeis that
tho country cannot aHoid to maku mu
tnkea In dealing with new possessions
any more than In thu States with elec
Iloston Is to have a Worlds 1'ali in
lOUil. The thought uf Iloston delving
In the base commercialisms uf mldwn a
mid mundane exhibitions of Indiistr)
conies as u shock to fie sensibilities of
the ultra Hustonine who looks uiion
the world from tho pinnacle of esthe
tic "better than thou."
Tho credit for referring the Atkln-son-fiunn
book cuntinit tothe Attorney
(icnernl for an opinion tests solel) with
H. M. von Holt, member of the Hoard
of Education. Tho Hoard acted on hlb
suggestion, and but foi his Intel fer
enco the matter would hnvo beeii re
ferred to a "special committee."
Honolulu business men ought to
make some notably lecugtililun ot the
atrlvul of the Oceanic Conipjn s new
stcainiis The dila) In tho Sierra's
arrival will give the Chamber uf Com
merce plcut) of time to piepate for
the pioper renptlon of such olilccrs of
the (ompati) us ma) come to the Ul
inula on her.
Aspiring orators who sec hopes for
future gloiy b) following in the foot-
steps of Ilijan also tealize since the
last election that there ate such things 1
ns a Pirsldentlnl candidate talking too
much. Ono of tho advocates of Demo
cratic icorgniilzallon winds "up h.s
opinion with tho assertion that hereaf
ter tho Presidential candidate should
bu kept at home.
Delegate Wilcox labors under an un-
fortunato error. If he believes thnt hci)lU,c f()r ,, ,, ,, re0nslljlo to
and his patty can he 0110 thing In
Washington and another In Hawaii.
Tho positive lesson In paity politics
and party administration In nntluniil
affairs as well as local will miqucsllu'c
abl) bo of great value to the people ol
these Islands new to Ameilcan meth
ods. The real good citizens of New Yoik
nit. n... im.la. -. ,.. r ,11, .1 C , Im.
,,., , , , , , , ., ,. , .
lltlcal suicide and keep the clt) In the
hands (if Ciukei liy reviving tho nlJ
Seth Low Citizens' I'nlon foi the "de
struction of Croker and 1'lntt. ' 1 lie uh
uuliitu ldloe of thlu Independent mote
mi nt vmis fully ilcMuuiistintecl in tho
tiist Oieatcr New Vutk c.uiiiialqn
when Seth I.uvv uuceeeilnl In turulu,;
the elty over to Croker. Croker can
bu crunhecl ami crushed enally by a
united Republican party.
aovernment profundity has not been!.
,.,, ,, . .
reduced although tho people do lille
The refusal!.) tho Covernor to glvo out
llie lexc ui iuu iiuinci iiuiinic ccjnc
pan'8 letter or any other letter heir
Itig on public gifts within the execu
tive power, Is a relic of the old dns
when Iluwnll had deep and dark foi
elgn ulllco diplomacy to deal with. Am
oilcan governments 1110 not usually
concluded on tho plan of prlvnto cor
porations whin It tomes to giving tliu
peoplo tho detnalls of public adminis
tration. Secretniy Oagc's reported Intention
to resign is unquestionably due to tho
great dlssitlsfactlon which Mr thuja
has still ed up among many Republican
Senntors and Congressmen 1'or tho
last year of McKlnley's admlulstinticu
It has been common tall; of Washlns -
ton that many Republican le.uleis hare
stopped going to tho Treusuiy depart
ment and also tho Interior depatttnont
under Secretary Hitchcock Whether
this dlssatsfaetlon is duo to tho Inch
pendenco of Indlffetence of these mem
bers of the Cabinet Is a matter of opinion.
OUR MUNICIPAL PRIDE.
Maor Carter Harrison ot Chicago,
writing for the Saturday Evening Post,
"To protect his clt from defacement
Is one ot tho most dllllcult problews
with which th public spirited cltlzin
or municipal otllier Is confronted.
"While other questions otitiank this
In Importance It is quite as easy to
undervalue ns to exaggerate tin signi
ficance of this tak. Cities like
nun cannot alford to be liidltTeient to
I the Impressions vhich they make on
! passing acquaintances. ,
' Tor 11 city to become popular Im
1 piles that It almi becomes populous and
this also carries the lintural inference
of prosperity. Nothing that Is Intend
ed to Inciease the popularity of a ell.,
to enhance the gcneinl good Impres
sion It mikes upon tho visiting summ
er and the outside world In genenl
tan be called Insignificant.
'The whole problem tesolves ItfMf
Info warfare between short Blghted
common lal gried and far sighted re
gnul for the general good .Including
the most generous and substantial
shine of Individual gain Itelstanco
to these encioachnunts of Belflshnesa
nnd commercialism Is to bo made by
strict application of the police powers
of j munliipallty and b educating the
people to n bettei appreciation of the
need and value of flrmlj icslstlng -ill J
that thieatena to detinct from beaut)
If this be tiue of Chicago n greitl
lommerclal center, with how niiuh'
more force should theie nsertlons
come home to the citizens of Hoiu-1
lulu, who as a class hope to attia t
both transient nnd permanent poptti 1
Hon through the nvenues of tourlit
trntllc. The defacement of munhlpil
beaJtv with which Honolulu nt the
present d.i) has to ileal Is more like, tint
with which thc(Otmti) town snuggles
rathei than .1 metropolitan clt 111 e
Chicago or the average American cit)
of amino to "iOOimi InhaiHintH If Uie
dxli pride of Honolulu Is to be c,,iug( I
bj the number of fences that sunouud
Its pilvnte Bicmnds, the mud Hlilevvnll.s
and t.ie "rnphllt) ' with which It di c's
with the cvteuMon of the paik sjsicn
and public pia grounds it cannot be
denied that the standard of clvlr pildcj
is et ,1 ilccldedl) low ebb ,
Plrst class streets well kept grounds
and ntimei mis paiks have the s.vup
i.ish Milne to a modern clt), that a
plate glass front and good dlspla) of
goods has to the store keeper, or earo
In dress has to the business man Theee
fen'tnes cannot be slighted If n cit) c
pects 10 become popular as well us pop-1
uloii" A well kept city not onl) pleases
the eve of n passing tourist. More than
this, 't causes the men of wealth to
stop to con3lder investments, or s
tablbhmcnt of winter homes, thereby
adding tothe permanent population
that gives character to the community
and r Ids to Its prosperity.
And what has Honolulu done towards
!rnutlf)liig its stieets and making the
In- nttiartlve fiom the modern I
standpoint The condition of th
stuc's alone tells the stor), the pie4-
encc of luniberjards In the heart of the
city is anothei evimplo, crowded Asia
tic 'tenements, and shacks In lieu ul
liousts ci low levels. Honolulu Is it
tractive to toutlsts to a ret tain extcii',
becat se a good proportion come hcic
cpe ting to find the people housed In
glass huts. Its climate and nntuialj
tiopli.il beaut) pleases the visitor an 1
,c Kem ,
Honolulu Is not n "Jay town" but It Is
b) no means what It ought to be nnd It
never will reach a high standard until
tho administration of the elty Is taken
out of the hands of dcpirtments that
have to "split even" with outside dis
tricts when dealing with Honolulu.
This city should act for Itself, appto-
Itself under the fieedom and authority
given by a municipal chniter.
Ill the uelghfo'l.r.0 1 of forty tepio
nentatlve buslneui -n"-!! of the clt) m'
In tho Y. .M. U A. I.iio yesteiday afttr
liooii and cii(.aiili '. whnt will henc
forth bo kiuaii as the "Prole ' .0
League of Honolulu." 1 ho main objo t
I of tho society, as fully shown in the
... ... .. ,.
coiiatitutlou nilupted nt the meeting, Is
to necuro the cniiLttnent and infoiio
mtni of laws foi the moral welfare of
thlH tltj . for the protection of chllilicn,
fui tho piomotion of public cleceiu.v
mil to exert moral piCHSiue on puhllj
a Hulls when found necessary. Rev. Q
L. Pearson of thla city picsliled nt tho
meeting. Ho outlined tho pioposcd
vvoik of the society and was followed
hj Rev. Azblll vvho spoko along the
Enmn lltmu Tlirt , nnatltlltlcm nnit llV-
,",, ,,,, llw ,n , ,,..
1 IIIHD. IIIVI'UIVll llV""' ' ....-.
I llg) wele ,'llUl aIU, limmmolls,y nli,)p:.
Amwg thMe )le8enl weM 0
following1 Tluoiloto Rlchaids, Heniy
Wntei house, A. I'lnnlc Cooke, Rtv.
Clcorgo 1.. Pearson, Rev. V M. Klncnlil,
Major Woods, 11. K Coleman, D. 11.
Cusp, A. W. Pearson and Gooige Mc
IMPORTS OF U1AWPAGNE
Into the United St ites from Jinuirv I 't
tnSeot. 1st. 1000.
G. H. MU.WM & CO.'S
EX TRA DRY 70,074 cas.
loet iV Clnndon 24,713 "
1 Poninwry fc Greno ii,3J3
nicclMCIV at c-u , ciy .iiwiiu
nnle 6,0 U
Louis Roedcrer "..... 5.4JJ
All other brands ts ;ot
Cunplld liom lha Official Cuilon Houm Rtcorlt
HACFARL4HE & CO,, LTD,, Sole Agents.
The Lnst CARLOAD OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in tie
Uni ed States.
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranges lor the People at Popular Prices. For Hard or Soft Coal er Wood.
This construction 1$ provided with perfectly squire SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them verv quick and perfect bakes. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Duor, and the entire outside ht Mi It of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is directed tothe fad tint the Inside of the Shtet-teel Is also Aluinlnired. which
protects the vveitlng qualities and prevents rusting out. DEI ACHABLE HE
fabRVOIR, which fits all sizes. The prices of the above are etremelv low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Rest Designed and Bet Made Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Flre-cack, Large l-'Ire-Nn, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, HOP SOFT COM. OR WOOD. Spiclous Pouch-feed,
l.vge Urolllng-door, Ileavv R-sMn-rlng Covers, fctra Heivv GiHron Sectloml
Linings, Large Ash pin Rod , nted on Outside DUPLEX GRAIh, which
can be -noved and replied vlthmt disturbing the rcmilnder of the I Ire-bris.
luiiiiniml Oven-door, Oven-jack and Oven R uk. AerateJ Oven, admitting
Fresh heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mled with the Imn from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
IhlsmKt re iJds s'tength, preve its blow -holes and Is a benefit ta Iron 111 every
vv.iv. For Site at the
IIOUKCHOLI) DEPARTMENT ot the
iiethci street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
, 1 Ml ii.
We Have the Sole Agency
For the Celebrated 53
i biuaeDaKcr uooos
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All Gonitis of Stuilchnkcp
ninkc iipc uiiriintccd I'clliililc.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walnlae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
Tlie tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over Soo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Wahlae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion ot i,200 leet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
sOraisult WANTS in
1 Tlic Orplifiiiii.
! C011I011 and Ryder's ono act farto
1 "Ills Relative" was lcpeated at tho
Oiplieiim hist evening keeping tho au
dience In 11 continual sticnm of laugh
ter from the tlmo tho cuitnln lose un
til It dropped Robeit Denning ns n
Iltbot nl.iii plajs the pint In (list class
I stylo, doing Justice to tho brogue of
the laud of tho Bhamiock, Harry Con
Ian as a niuti ot spotting Ideas takes hU
pait with ease and perfection, while
Jim Ryder ns u tleh old gentleman doej
good serv Ito to the role.
IMuiuil U. Adams' song "Tho
Pliinibet" has made a great hit as was
ilemonstinte'd last night. It being cnll-
ed foi as tho fourth song.
Donning and Cm Kill in their skit
crtnto plenty of laughter Conlon and
It j dci In one ot their best ncrobntlo
turns keep tho house In 110U0 dm lug
their frolic The Dultle Sisters' opei
atlc selections vvtio tendered tle.irjy
and distinctly and with perfect time.
Anita Walton Is a decided favorlM.
Dlidlo Urlghtllng'8 banjo selections nre
vcij welcome. Paolo de Gastos niusi
cal ait Is 0110 that Is hard to change
but Is alujjfl Intel csttng to thoso nut
Tupiier to Retire.
Halifax, N, S., Nov. 9. Sir Char
les Tuppei, leader of tho Conservative
party in Canada, today announced Ills
intention to retire from public life, Ho
has been neatly foity-llvo yeais In po
litical harness and desired to resign
two enrs ago, but tho patty was un
willing to consent,
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
LaLwwv4aN- x 111 slf A laVciiH A iB
W. E. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.,
Office Phonf, )9o
Powvr Sutlon Phon
AlaVca Street, Milul nt Merc ant Street
Piano and ReiJIng Limps,
Shades, Globes and
Sola Afttnta for
The Wcslinglionse Elcc. & Mfi
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
II. P. AUSTIN,
Comer of Hotel and Fort Streets.
Sole Agents for Territory of Hawaii, for the exquisite
"ALEXANDER HUMBOLDT" Cigar
Try one ; we know the verdict.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : : and : : Electrician.
The - General - Electric - Company
Champagne Nature (Yin Brut).
SERVED at the Banquets
in Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
Will engage laborers, in
the Hawaiian Islands anJ will furn
ish them to plantations, individual!,,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 2jo Main.
P. O. Bo, 877.
Temporary Otlice :
Merchant street, Honolulu
By Using The,
which give loo candle-power for each
burner at a cost of 1-5 of a cent per hour,
you save 45 of a cent per hour over a
Kerosene lamp glvlnc 50 candle-poe rs
and 4-5 of a cent per hour over a 16
candle-power electric light. The cheap
est ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.
It piys to buv the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The ONLY Lamp of Its IdnJ
FULLY GUARANT Lt to give satisfac
tion OR MONEY RLrUNDLD.
Tne removable reservoir Is a special
featute. Dots not require taking dow n
lamp to fill. his feature will pav for
the lamp In preventing breakage of
rr. ntles. Requires n care, the burner
being ab'oluteiy sell-cleaning. Con
tain all the advantages and none ot the
faults of other gasoline lamps. Fully
approved by Fire Insurance Under
All litanJ ordtrt prompt!) aucr Jet to
, W. Mncfnrlnnc,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers.
In the manufacture of Pnmmery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of Selected
Gtapes Is useJ, the subsequent pressings,
not being t.p to the standard adopted by
the Houe of Pommery, are disposed of
In various ways. This Is one of the many
reasons vv hy Pommery Champagne com
mands the highest price the world over.
Peacock & Co.,
Sole Agents, Hawaii Ter.
"&.. "W". Atkinson
Room II, iMagoon Block, Merchant St.
For Hcu-es and Rooms, furnished or
.. Advertising Commission Agent.
Public Ti pew rltlug.
.... Awnings and Tents.
r Cn pXte
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