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CEO. A. DAVIS GEO D. DEAR V
DAVIS & GEAR
Ittorneya and Counsellors al Law
Poems , 20, )0J, JudJ HullJIne.
2T. Fort anJJMerelnnt SK. Honolulu
CHARLES F. PETEHSONl
Lttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANKAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Office: In the Occidental Hotel,
corner of King and Alakca Streets,
TV. C. Achl. Enoch Johnson,
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneva anil Counselors
Ofllco No. 10 West King Street.
Snrgeons, Physicians And Dentists.
Drs. Cooper & McDonald.
J Cwpe' 8 jotoio, m a to a ani to 8 p B
De MklHnal X ,0 a m to e p ra.TloSp In
Dr Cooper 8 t to to a m
Ir Mct'onaU 19 i P. m.
m- TtLEI'HOT U4
DR. S. T. WAY80N,
Hasremoedto his new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS Etom.
TbL. Main u6
DR. W. H. MAYS
has opened an office foi the practice of
VlrJklne and Surrerv. at 110 Betetanla
Street. net house ceyond Central Union
Churih. HOUkS: 10 to 12, 2 to 4 anJ
7toS, Sundavj, gtoti. TLLLI'IIONh
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-ooened his office at . . .
sd Emma Street
. 7- 4 P.M. f
1 7- 8 P.M.)
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Ofti.e and Reldence: Corner
Beretanln and Mll'er streets.
10, mci Hours 8 ton a m
1 to 1 p M
Sundays 9 10 to it to a m
TELEPHONE w: WHITE ijji
Or. W, J. Galbraith.
Otaco and Residence: Beretanla and
Office Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4
j. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
3R, WALTER HOFFMANN.
3ERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 510. P. O. Dox, 501.
Omce hours. S to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
5. m ,7 to S p. m.; Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m,
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR"
3cbool Street, between Emma and For.t,
, Hours: 9 to 10 a. m 2 to 4 p. m.
7 7to 8 p. m.; Sundaj s, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR, ALBERT E. NICHOLS
ID . t i s t.
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8.10 to 4
DR. R. 1. MOORE,
OHce 222 Hotel Street.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S..
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours 2 to 4 Telephone. 434.
in5 other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive varietj
401i FORT STREET.
OflicewlthH. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
Clng St. opposite Wall, Mchols & Co.
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALIFOKNIA PRICES.
WE make i specially 01 constructing
Ctinent Side W ilks at very reisonable
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil
Pictures Framed In any styl
Framed Pictures for sale.
......New Mouldings for Frames hae
King and Alapat streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
146) TElfcl'HONL 86t)
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, Muim
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ttatorarr Oflce !
alia Sprocfcalf killl
Ht Tel. M
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANS
ClAtNnff Cleaned, De J and KepalreJ
SUITS MADh TOORDER--Fit
guarantee. -Low,,l Prke
Fori Street, near KuVul, anJ near Orpheum Theater
-'rlce Cleaning on, ttill, Ii. Dicing lull a y
Wong Sal Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Piericr Fit Guammiid
ja Fort St., near King St.
Honolulu, H. I.
Cleaning, Djrelng and Repairing Specialty
A FlKI AStORTMIKT OP Amican. ErtOLIIH ADD
Scotch CLoth on Hard
No. ,g Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H ,1
Good woik and tnt-claii CI guaranteed
Clothe. Cttanad and Repotted
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
BUILDER . . .
fobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Stora and Offlc. Fitting
Plana and Estlmattl Furnished.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
t..o W Page
F. W. B.erdilee
P. O Boi nt
BDARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Buildcra
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
nonoium, m. 1.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
tt Short Notice. 1441
OP ALL KINDS,
"oalors in Lumber and Goal
Quiten atreet. Hnnnlnla
ti. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
0 rear of old stand. Entrance on King
-ct. O.'iWi left at either shop, or offici,
r ,'ohn Nott'f tare, Klne; street, will re-
r,ftmr tU, -ton TTItf
Regulation Regirdlog the Interment of
the Deid In the District of Honolnla.
wnereas, mat mere navlns Been no
place prepared for the burial of the dead as
required by law at the expiration of the
period set, October 1st, 1000, and an exten'
slon of lime having been granted for such
special burial permit until cemeteries as
prescribed by law should be avallable,and
now that such feasible arrangements are
an accompllsaed fact, therefore,
Resolved, that no permit for Interments
shall be granted within the city limits
except to those already possessing burial
This regulation shall go Into effect from
and after the 1st day of January, A. D.,
C. B. WOOD.
President Boird of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1900. lfiqz-Gw
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BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H.
Puget Sound Cities Ask
ed to Act
BY GIVING PREFERENCE
TO HAWAII PRODUCTS
Splendid Opening With Steamship
Line Established Lack of
Refinery May be
The Tacoma Evening News of Nov
2, B.i j a:
The merchants of l'ugct Sound have
bun looking for s'unie jears with long'
lng cjo on tho trade of Hnnall, hut the
fact that on milllclent cargo could be
returned prevented the trnnsportntloa
companies from furnishing the fnclll
tics for the business. Wc hnvo plenty
to send to Hawaii, but Hawaii has llttl"
to Bend here. A steamer cannot pay It
she onirics a load but one wa. As a
consequence our trade with Hawaii
has been limited to sailing Vessels ear
ning lumber and coal. Hawaii takes
approximately about sixty million feet
of lumber per jenr from Washington,
and nearly one hundred thousand tons
of coal per annum, which can bo rnls. d
to over 300,000 tons when charters nnd
coal are obtainable. Wc have sent car
goes of lime, but the greater part of
our lime goes by Canadian Pacific
steamers or is trans-shipped from San
Francisco. Our flour, butter, vegeta
bles nnd many of our manufacture J
products go to San Francisco for trans
shipment to Hawaii. Tho cargoes that
go from San Francisco arc mado up
chiefly of goods forwarded from tlu
cast. Of the cargoes that are the pro
duct from tho Pacific coast nearly 50
per cent carried bj tho San Francisco
steamers is furnished by Washington
The merchandise for Hawaii from tlta
east could be as well sent from l'ugct
Sound as from Sun Francisco, but the
steamer returning to Puget Soun I
would conic back empty, while the
steamers to San Francisco carry, In ad
dition to some tropical fruits, heavy
cargues of Biignr. The sugar is for the
San Frnncctsco refineries, and some for
traii8-Bhlpmcnt to tho east. There Is
no refinery on Paget Sound, and our
railroads havo not heretofore entered
the field for a part of tho sugar for
The starting of a new steamship lino
with large steamers and apparently
ample financial backing, which mako
Puget Sound a port of call, Indicates
that the railroads entering on Puget
Sound are, to tompcte for tho suga.
trade and vvill get a pait of It.
The steamers can get their coal hero
for tho return trip for one-half what it
would cost at San Franclsio or Hawaii
and the fact that Tacoma furnishes the
best steam coal nnd offers the best fa
cilities for loading will undoubtedly
make this port the chief port of tl.c
Hawaiian lino on tho north Pacific
Here, then, Is the opportunity our
merchants desired, brought to their
tery doors. It behooves us-to tako full
advantage of It, nnd In securing the
business of Hawaii wo will also assist
the steamship line by making It pay to
visit Puget Sound. All of our products
that have heretofore been trans-shipped
nt Sail Francisco can now bo ship
ped direct from here, but tho Important
question of tho return cargo Is tho ono
that should attract tho attention of
our merchants. The sugar w 111 be tak
en caro of by the railroads until a re
finery Is established at Tacoma, but tho
tropical fruits and vegetables and
other merchandise of Hawaii, that Is
now or ma bo marketed here, should
bo Impuited tllrcctl) by our merchant?.
Wo get Hawaiian bananas and other
fruits, but they mo sent through San
Francisco, Wo consume great tiunntS-
ties of sub-tropical fruits rnlsul in Cal
ifornia, which tan be raised Just as well
or better in Hawaii It may bo neces
sary. In nrdei to put the trade un a
paying basis to havo our merchants
cteatu n stntlmcnt In fuvor of tho Ha
waiian fruits and ptoducts nnd to have
our consumers ask for them In prefoi
ence to others.
Tho Hawaiian trado Is important
enough to warrant great efforts for its
control. It Is important enough to U9
tlfy n combination of tho merchants
of the various Puget Sound cities in
favor of pushing the Hawaiian article.
If sectional Jealousies wcro put aside
and a combination of this kind formed
for tho merchants of tho different ci
ties to assist In tho creation and ox
tension of the Hawaiian trade, it might
mean, after the establishment of re
finery on Puget Sound, the complete
control of the trade of the islands. Cali
fornia Is a sub-tropical country and
has llttlo to offer to Hawaii. Washing
tun has a north temperato climate and
raises what Hawaii wants, and cannot
raise what Hawaii has to export. In
addition to HiIh California tun send
neither lumlnr nor coal. She inu'int
hem) tho manufactured products nt
wood and the trudo In maihliuiy and
Iron should ho entirely contend tin Pu
re t Hound 'I here Is 11 great npprii (uni
ty licit,, mid a lituuil nnd ngunssivu
spirit on the part of the mi iclmnts of
Puget Bound will piodujui sruit luulu
NOVEMBER at, rooo.
i News That Stirred
"Quiet" Payne's Heart
"v w vv "v-v c w 'w v
Chlcngo, Nov C-At 11 SO tunlgU
V ft .Chairman Pa) lie rcid threo tele
grams one from South Dakota oti"
from Indianapolis, and 0110 from Ne
brnska Thereupon tho tpilet man
"went up In the nlr." He slammed his
desk, bent his head upon the pile of
returns, he got out of his chair and
cut a caper. Kerens remarked "That's
the time old man Pajne's been ex
cited." The South Dakota dispatch read:
"Pcttlgrew Is bcatcnin his precinct,
town and county, and the State Legis
lature Is against htm."
The Indianapolis dispatch was signed
by Harry New, tho National Commit
teeman, and read: "Indiana has gon;
Republican by 30,000. My county skins
Pane telegraphed Chairman llanna
nnd cried ecstotlcollj "The world looks
very bright to me, now that that
South Dakota scold Is beaten. We en
tered this campaign first to defeat PcH
tlgrew, second to elect McKluley and
third to carry Nebraska. Wo havo
done nil three. I've had enough for
tonight." And he threatened to strllto
work then and tlu re.
From which it seems that the quiet
est man may have his heart's desire
tucked away down deep under figures
Adorn His Home
Washington, Nov. ".Admiral Dew
ey has leeched his famous collection of
gifts, which occupied tho most promi
nent plnco In tho Hall of American
tllstor) in the National Museum, nt his
home on Rhode Island avenue Tho
collection has assumed large propor
tions, repie'scntlng hundreds of thou
sands of dollars in monej value, anl
Is almost dally added to by somo ad
mirer of the Admiral It was placed
In the museum for tho double purpose,
of sharing its beauty with tho p mile.
and ns a compliment to the donor.i
many of whom woie chlhhcn or rep
resented the hojpltnllty of tho grut
Mrs JJewcy has personally arranged
the Rifts, each token being given an
honored place in the house Tho lov
ing cups and other large gifts weic
placed un tho (list floor with nu ndiolt
earo for tho nest pneet wniio tin
medals badges, watches and othtr
smaller tokens were arranged In hand
forao cabinets on tho second Hour,
whero they would come more tllrcctl
under the special supervision of tho
f.imllj In the fam"v fitting loom,
on the second floor, Is also tho Admh
nl's collection of Hags, pennants, pi -tures
of great naval battles, snouls and
other things dear to a sailors hcait.
MILLION IN WAGERS
New York, Nov. 8 One million
dollars In cash and checks was paid
over today In Wall street by betting
commissioners to the wlnneis of elc -tion
bets. While this Interesting cere
monj was going on half of the brokers
on tho street were squabbling over an
litlier half-million which had been
wagered on doubtful states. This last
bunch of cash will not be delivered un
til all doubt as to tho result has disap
peared. This creates a new record In national
election bets In Wall street, and Is tho
greatest amount of 111 one ever paid
over In n single da on any event.
Louis Woimser cashed for J12J.000,
f 40,000 of It being from Croker. James
R. Kecne drew his cheek for" 123,000.
Colonel Dewey, tho Idaho silver mine
owner, turned over $20,000 to n Pitt
burg Bndlcate, who stood to loso ?G0,
000 on tho wager. Millionaire Charles
Plistor drew his check on the Droveis'
National Hank for $40,000 to pa varl
ous bets, which had ho won, vvou'd
have stood him $140,000. Uell . Co
handled $700,000 J J Judgo $200,000
and M. II Menduam $100,000.
Mother's comfort Father's delight
Cod's dearest earthly gift to man
What a happy sight, tho healthy, ro
bust vigorous, rollicking, nhvuju tho
same) baby What u sad eight, tho
puny, blue and palo, restless, crIug
baby. Nino out of ten times tho chl d
Is tioubled vlth worms. It shows It
In convulsions, spasms, colic. And ten
times out ot ten Klckapoo Indian
Worm Killer will tlrlvo out tho
pesky llte-catlng worms. It Is na
ture's remedy and ns tho healthy
child Is tho nntural child, it must
mako tho sickly child healthy. Tho
Indians living closo to nature, dis
covered tho remedy. Tor centuries
they used It to mako their babies
rugged, powerful, fearless. What It
hns dona for tho child of tho forest
It will do for tho child ot tho civiliz
ed cure. That Is what tt has been
doing for years. You can get It of
your druggist for 25 cents. Bo suro
and get tho genuine. Tho child's Ufa
Is too precious to trifle with worth
less substitutes. Hobrou Drug Co ,
ngents for tho Klckapoo Indian Heme
'I ho ever popular ltalnltr beer Is bo
comlng a household word and "will
you have 11 14 1 a bh ot Soattlo," Is mora
oflin heard than nnylhluK rltj, The
Cr lit 1 Ion Haloon has the, laor un tap or
In bottlts, ,
FVVTTvl n..l Cl.li ,iaJ ImauaM RnktP$ li
ji hoot tsiaiti cum lujmauw, ... - r,
I MVm'tfflM "It Dili OF HAWAII, Ltd.
JLtlB'-H and IPIHE
' AGENTS FOB..
Hew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna fire insurance Company
HENRY ST. (.OAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attantlon tlvaa lo HtckiM sal aala .1
Macallan Sura, Stock . . .
Loaaa Natotlatad. saatara aaa renin auan
403 California St.,
San PrnncUco, Cat.
Stock and Bond Broker
Maoibar ol Hawaiian Stock Bichaiia.
MeTnerliy Block. Fort Street,
A. J. OAMPBBLL,
Stook and Bond Brokoi.
Miastf ol It. Honolulu Stock Bacbiata.
OEJce Quoou street, opposite Union
T.l.tbn. .rtS P O R01 ...
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Flnctro-ilydraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Quoon atroot.
Offlre noirt to Pn.-t.3ce. 1231
JAMES T. TASIiOB,
M Aa. Soc. c. a.
806 Jtldd Rlock. Tele. 6SS.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved -and modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgatloi
purpo3ea a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
Boot and line Dealers.
IMFOBTEKB, AND WHOLSAI.
fm and Lipr Dealers.
Atauta loi tt. Bottl.4 Raleltr Baar of S.attla
No. 10 Notjako Street
Toiiar Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islasds.
P. O Boiit Mutual Talapbono lot
GrONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GRO0ER8 ANI
r!25 Queen atreet, Honolnla, H 1
'.onsoliilateil Soila Water Co., L'd
nrner Allen & Fort SU., Honolulu
In It" New Quarters on Hotel St.
UNDER THE MANAGEMEN T
I.ATL OF THE CRITERION
Enterprise Beer on Draught
The World Register
Kcups tho Cash while you are busy,
Try outi 0
On Marble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence ani Monnmental Co
Ml Klne Street
F W. THRUM
iOOM NO. 10, HPRECKELfl BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
HI llolal Slltct, II I
Kta, C.l.hJ.U,, l.li, Nitlv, Halt, Hula bfcitlt,
Mlhiu Mm, Fani, sinll,, bitJi, I tc , lni,mil
,'", M,tjnJ- on Hani TULI'llONfc ),
w . . if ""-n - W ft
Judd Rulldtng, Fort street.
Incorporated under tho Laws" of the
Territory of Hawaii.
Paid Capital $800,000
Undivided Profits 108,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, Tom May, F. W.
Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, J. A. M:
Candless. Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issue Letters ot Credit,
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be had
Ws, ii. lawra
HONOLULl H. I
San franciico AgenliTun Nevada
National RAkr or Sam Francisco.
Sam Francisco The Nevada Nation.
Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
New York American Exchange N
Chicacio Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bfrun Dresdnor Bank.
HoMKOh-oi and Yokohama Honk' no;
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank 0
British North America.
Transact a Qeaeral Mm aid Eiclmge Buiim
Depoltti Received, Loans made on Ap-
E roved Security. Commercial and TrsTelirl
redlta limed. Bills of Exchange bonxhl
CoixicTiom pRom-TLT Acoopiitid Tor.
- Established 18S3
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Loiters of Credit issued, avail
nblo in all the principal cities
of tho world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed, deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will not boar interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for one month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3& per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS.x DEC. 11, 18, UI,in.l
Money loaned on approved fecuritu,
A Savings Bank fcr monthly deposit.
Houses built on the monthly Install,
men', pia .
Twentieth Bert ., of Stock la Bars
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. B.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Dear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. .
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. &
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours' 12:301:50 p ai
Kisao ; oe.
Savings Deposits will be
received aud interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg.
illations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
Tb Yokohama Specie Bmk;
Subscribe! Capital , .Yen .4,000,000
Ial4 Up Capital Yen 18,000000
RttervsJ I unl ..Yen C,ijo,ooo
Hcai Office, Yokohama.
The Bank bujs and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
Ol Fue4 Deposit lor i. ontti, 4 tee ml . a,
Os FUt4 Dwoalt 'or 6 oatti, "
Ot Fist Deposit for I bos,
Drench of the Yokohama Sped. Bank,
Kef Bepmilc BcllUni, HI Lei Si, Uoicliir
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
Ave to six lists per week, giving an ao- '
curato record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc, etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PEH
A. V. UBAR,
JurM Building, Honolulu
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