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Tim UVlifllNO uUU.BTI.Nl HONOLULU, II.
yOVRMHllIt si,, loqo.
rulllilinl limy l)A)'rt flunlny,
lit :10 KltiK Blrrfl. Ilunolulu, '
T, of II.. by lb
HM.tiP.TIN PUIII.I3I1IN0 COMPANY.
VAI.I.ACii II. IWItlUNOTON ..Hdltnr
DANIHI. l.UOAN City IMltor
lintcrril (it the Pott Office at Holm-
lulu n second clans matter.
Per month, anywhere In t. S. ..I .75
Per year " " " WO
Per year, poMpnld. foreign 13.00
Payalilo Invariably-In ndvanrc.
Post Office llox 71S
wi:i)Ni:si)AY..Novn.uii:R :i. 1000.
Will the. Governor voluntarily re
sign? Will the sun set at high noon?
It would Indeed be difficult for Judgo
Humphreys to follow n Judicial course
that would meet the approval of the
Advertiser and Its friends and at the
same tlmo persene his personal self
respect. According to the returns thus far re
ceived from Porto HIco, It would ap
pear that the former subjects of Spain
havo a better chance of being In good
standing with Itepubllcans In Congress
than citizens of Hawaii.
Is the United States to liavo,anothcr '
border wrangle. The failure to find
survey stakes In the Mount llaker dis
trict would be a gay bono of conten
tion with Great Urltalu If a gold mine
or two should bo discovered In tho vi
cinity. It Is easier to believe that the steamer
Cleveland nee Kahulul will sonic day
come around Diamond Head with a
new name than that she Is actually a
wreck on the Nome coast. With tho
City of Columbia and Cleveland gone
the hoodoo fleet of tho Pacific Is bound
to get lonesome.
If tho government has any land to
gle away or sell at a nominal rlguro
to a transit corporation, It would have
been the wisest policy to havo maio
this fact known while an establlsht.ii
cemetery corporation was dealing with
private Individuals to meet the de
mands for cemetery extension outside
tho city limits.
When Mrs. Scott Saxton cries "Hear,
hear!" In rcsponso to l'nther O'lly.tn'e
arraignment of Colorado's practical
cxperlcnco In woman's suffrage, tin
mothers anil wives are disposed to be
continued In the belief that there arc
forms of liberal franchise which the
people of tho United States are not yet
prtpaled to ncccpt.
If tho scheme proposed by the Ta-
coma Hvenlng News Is taken up bv
merchants of I'tigct- sound cities there
Is every reason to bellcvo that Incrcas
ed trado with Hawaii can tie accom
plished within n comparatively short
period. On the other hand Hawaii mor
chants should not refuse the ndvancrs
of the Northwest biislniss man or at
tempt such regulations as will drive
him out of this market In disgust.
Should Delegate Wilcox discover that
his Independent attitude which bo con
templates while In Congress, resuPs
In refusal of Republican Congressmen
to take an active Interest In appropria
tions for Hawaii, his experience will be
rntrcly a repetition of the experience
of a hundred anil ono "Independent"
Congressmen. Republicans of tho Unit
ed States havo yei to turiilsh powder
for their opponents at the polls.
It Is a mighty good thing that Lord
Salisbury's reference to tho United
States was made after tho elections. HH
kindly compliments to President Mc
Klnley If mado a few days previous to
the balloting would havo been a good
offset to Aryan's Cooper Union remark,
"Great is Tammany and Croker Is Its
prophet." Less Important statements
than those mado by Salisbury and
Choato at the Guild Hull banquet havo
Mark Huuna'3 share In ending tho
big coal miners strike will boono of
tho lusldo history stories of the na
tional campaign that the people will
watch for. Hanna has big coal Inter
ests himself and holds a record of nev
er having a strlko on his hands. If It
was not his common sense that brought
the Pennsylvania operators to tlmo, thnj
people havo missed their guess In su
ing up Mark Hnnna as a business mini
and a politician.
If local Republican managers of the
Territorial committee think that their
work is complete with tho voting ot
November C, they fall decidedly In ap
preciation of political duty. Tho cam
paign for 1902 should begin now and be
kept up continuously. As to tho prop
er course of the defeated party the Toc
rltorlal committee will find an example.
In tho plan laid down by the Jiryati
Democrats of tho nation. To lay down
after a defeat means that tho party do
ing It stands a splendid chain-o of he'ng
knocked down when It again go?3 to
Tho degree of fnvor with which tho
supposedly public citizens contemplate
tho enactment of a city cliartei for Ho
nolulu, demonstrated the d?reo of 1011I
publlo spirit behind tho opp-i'Ulon to
a municipality. The mrrviiant who 10-
fuses to cpi.rcclato iht tiTOsslty 0!
hondliiiK his business on modern Unci
x, I mil up In failure. The same holds
truo In every brunch of Amencin llf,
even t? tho administration of cities. No
better Investment can be ruilo by Ho
noltilii I'roi'ftlr.liMilfri'. nxcrvt ittlij ,
m nllMMI't 14 HMpp ih (wrniHil f an
Iwnwl ti than the MMMIthn-mt f
""' "ll 'n'omllmi In ih hi.mll
' "' l,,ls
The opinion im to Im gaining,
uriniml In WanhliiHifJii Hint ilia nlllff
pnet ronmilMluueri are wiling out
on a mtt of wlioleU murder piopo-i
ullkm In denllng with I'lilne oflleliK
The liberal hchmdlnc demanded a
punishment for the lloxer uprising does'
not give promise of Rpenmpllshlng nliy
thlnR more than making places for
new officials wlio will follow the hor-'
rlblc example of their predeceitors
when the opportunity offers .
The telephone system has Improved.
That in what mcmbeis o( the telephone
company nscrt. Supposedly being ex
ports In the business nml the numerous
"new Improved systems" that have
been foisted on the public they ought
So fnr (is the average telephone sub
encrlbcr Is able to learn by practical
experience the telephone system of Ho
nolulu Is today not a whit less worthy
of the scoring given by Mr. Swanzy at
the, Chamber of Commerce some weeks
ago. Whether the failure of the com
pany to fulfill the duty of furnishing n
serviie that can be depended upon by
the business man and the householder
Is due to the system, operators of such
details as the personnel of management
ought to accomplish, the public dots I
not know or care paitlcularly. Sub-1
seilbers are fully aware that In lieu of.
a telephone system that assists the
tt attraction ot business and fulfills Its'.
province as a convenience and necessity
In the home, they nrc paying the price
for a public commodity ns Irregular in
Its degree of excellence as the eaily ex
periments with the wireless telegrnpliv.
When compared with a modern telo-'
phone system ns can be found In au
American city the local service becomes 4
n farce and n delusion.
A.MtiRICAN DAIRY PRODUCTS ,
IN THE ORIENT.
Some years ago W. N. Armstrong
called upon himself a patronizing i
public snllc by the assertion that snnll
fnrmeis In Hawaii could find a market
for biittcr and dairy products In the I
Orient. This quiet ridicule was Juo
quite ns much to the fact that Hawaii
Itself Is a purchaser of dairy products
as to tho supposed chimerical Idea of .1
dreamer. Experience thus far certain
ly does go to show that he Is a dream
er who supposes (or an Instant that any
small farmer In Hawaii with the poi-
slide exception ot a Chtnnman would
turn his attention to the development
of any line of' Industry other thnn su
That there Is a good market open to
the dairyman or small farmer In Ho
nolulu Is seriously Impressed upon the
mind nnd pockctbook of every house
holder when ho Is called upon to re
spond to the monthly bill. That there
aro productive fields In these Islandi
that can be profitably used by the far
mer is proved bythc experience of surh
fow ns have had the temerity to digress
from the beaten paths of a ruling In
dustry, A recent report made to tho State
Department by tho United States Con
sul at Chunking bIiows that Armstrong
was right as regards the market be
yond Hawaii's confines. Ills only mis
take was In supposing for on Instant
that Hawaii would consider the small
fanner except ns sort of blind fool Ideu.
sp!Z& Unexcelled Site for
lie of 1100.000. tbo crcater nart of this
being paid for butter. The sources ot
supply nro Prance. Denmark, Austra
lia, Sweden and tho United States. The
prlco paid ranges at about CO cents per
pound In large lots. Having no duties
to pay the dairy merchant has only to
consider freight and commlsslo-i
Speaking of tho product the report
says: "Tho demand for good butter In
the Philippines, In Japan, nnd along
the enttro coast ot China Is Increasing
very fast nnd Is bound to assume Im
mense proportions; and wltn tho abil
ity of the Pacific Coast States to pro
duce excellent butter nt reasonable
tost and under favorable conditions,
It only remains for tho creameries and
dealers to master the proper method of
packing and handling, to sectiro this
trade. With this growing market, mop)
convenient to our Pacific coast than to I
nny other butter producing countrv.l
with tho many llii of stonmers com-1
Ing here from that coast. It iW a
matter of Importance to our Western
States to secure this trade.
"I would call nttentlou to tho In
creasing Importation of condense!
milk iind cream nt this port. DurliM
last year, there wus Imported hero
from various countries 53,000 worth t,f
canned milk nnd cream. I can bco no
renson why our Western States should
not secure a large part of this trade
also. In 18D7, the Importation amount-
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
,nto the United States from January i.t
tn Sent. 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 711,074 cases.
Most & ChanJon 34.713 "
Pommery & Greno 18.393 "
Hledslck & Co , liry Mono-
pole 6.014 '
Louis Roederer .'. 5.463 "
All other brands wi "
TOTAL iro.OSo "
Compllil liom lh Official Cutlora IIoum Rtcordi
MACPARLANE & CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
-Tin Uniit CAMLOAD'OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in the
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 Is provlJeJ with perfectly squire SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them very quick and perfect bakets. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Door, and the entire outside finl'h Is of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is dlrecteJ to the fact that the Inside of the Sheet-steel Is also Alutrdnlzed. which
protects the wealing qualities and prevents rusting; out. DETACHABLE RE
SbRVOIR, which tits all sizes. The prices of the above are e.xtremels' low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Rest Designed and Rest Msde Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Plre-'w.x, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. ' t ,
The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed,
Large Hrolllng-door, Heavy Hoslon-rlng Covers, Extra Heavy Cat-lron Sectional
Linings, Large Ash-pan, Rod Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRA TE, which
can be -noed and replaced wlthiut disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
lumlnlcd Oven-door, Oven-back and Oven Rack. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mlxt re adds strength, prevents blow-holes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT of the
jiciiiei street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Wc Have the Sole Agency
For the Celebrated s
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All Goods of Studebakcr
in n lie nre guaranteed reliable.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE I
Beautifully situated mauka of
MAGNIFICENT VIEW 1
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over Soo 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.
-Consult WANTS in
ed to J3I.5C0; In 1S99, to W.TGO. There
has no doubt been 11 11 equally creat In
crease nt other ports of tho Orient."
That Hawaii should take any part In
this or any other class of American ex
port trade Is undoubtedly too much to
expect. The report, however, brings
Into prominence, an avenue ot direct
prollt wlilcji tho American farmer de
rives froiutb'o now expansion policy
of the United Btntes.
8I1IPUUILD1NC. IN GEIIMANY
During the past ten years, shlpbulld
Ing In Germany has become n great In
dustry. Old wharves have been torn
nway nnd new and larger ones con
structed In their place. The present
capacity of nil the wharves docs not
meet tho demands of the German mer
chant marine,. Many orders must still
be placed In foreign countries. At
tiresenf. twentv-two fihlna nr lieln.
built In England for Hamburg nlotv). j
During the first halt of the present
year, tho duck owners nnd shipbuilder
of Stettin, Kiel, Klensbuig nnd lire
men luuo Increased their capital stocK,
on tho whole, by $1,378,000. Many now
enterprises arc being planned. In the
neighborhood of Nordenhnm, on I ho
Lower Wesel, large wharves aro betns
projected. A wharf for Stralssuml U
being planned which will cost nearly"
(1,000,000. It I nlso reported that I.
Germnn-Ilclglan syndicate wll Ibulll
Ing a whnrf In Antwerp under the mis
pices of tho Ilrimcii Vulcan Works.
Tho. German merchant marine now
numbers 1,20!) steamers, of 2,169,010
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
the Government Waialae Road.
Hotel or Sanitarium!
To-day's Bulletin $&
I aPwro Mm ' Reapins the srain I
"""llu'Aft' . viLJ yl if' fK f-- ...Ui.U lU t.-,..rM nnunH C.vrill '
wSSSi flKyMJ ij'jU Noble whiskey is distilled. I
BkfcJ P inf WnWm Nolhins but the finest rade of corn or I
HHSci'i 1 1 'W mA fyehusedi I
iB Wm UV l wwrvM No ePense is -spared in ils distillalion' I
VKkMw rzltf, )v' Xi Wk That is why il has been thc leader a" over I
liWEwfy 1 VrTVi i uMA ima "c wor't' 'or over seventy years.
v.lIiSm . im liwJflw J l(jL1 .... . . , . .... .
llW7fy ikVi ll raiJiPSI ' SIX 'ears ln w Dotiim. h
1'lVJy V iPrfjtea It is pure and honest. I
mSk l$fl0l3Sa A great aid to .digestion.
W. E. PEACOCK &.CO., LTbl,
Offic Phon, yr
Powtr Sutton Phon
rzrfrfes&l III WSflM
Electric Go., Ltd.
AUlua Strut, Mi kit of Mtrc nt Slrett.
Piano and Reading Lamps, .
Shades, Globes and
Sole Aents lor
Tlic Westingliouse Elcc. & Mfg. Co.,
Pimm, ikj. Pa.
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
Honolulu iobacco Co., , Ltd.
It. F. AUSTIN, Mnnngcr
Comer of Hotel and Fort Streets.
Sole Agents for Territory of Hawaii, for the exquisite
"ALEXANDER J1UMBOLDT" Cigar
Try one ; we know the verdict.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
:e hit a- x nr s b is s
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
Champagne Nature (Yin Brat),
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 and will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 230 Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
Temporary Office :
ROOM 1;. Merchant street, Honolulu
Ily Using The.
which give loo canJIe-povvtr for each
burntral acoM of ij of a cent pcrhour .
you save 4-5 of a cent per nour over a
keroene lamp giving jo canJIe-powert
and 4- of n rent per hour over a lu
canJIe-pmver electric light. The cheap
est ARTIFICIAL LIC11IT.
It pays to I'uv the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The ONLY Lamp of Its klnJ
FULLY GUAHANT-1:11 to give satisfac
tion OK MOSEY KLFUNDLD.
The removable resrvolr li a special
feature. Dots not require taklnc down
lamp to Till. Ills feature will pay for
the lamp In rreventlng breakage of
mantles. Keuuires n1 care, me mirner
being absolutely sell-cleaning. Con
tains all trie advantages una none ni me
faults of other gasoline lamps. Fully
approved by Fire Insurance Under
writers. All ItUnJ ordul promptly itKnltl to
Wholesale and Retail Dealers. -
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of Selected
Grapes Is used, the subsequent pressings,
not being up to the standard adopted by
the House 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.
Room'11, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
For Hcuses and Rooms, furnished or
....Advt'rtUInK Commission Agent.
Awnings and Tents.