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THE, EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., .THURSDAY, NOVEMBER y22(.t 1900.7
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210' King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN I'UIILISHINO COMPANY.
WALLACE K. KAKUINOrON ..Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
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Post OJIlco Box , 718
THURSDAY.. ..NOVEMBER 22 1900.
Should the present telephone system
be "Improved" n few more times, tha
opening for u rival company will bo
practically a new Hold.
The Advertiser's real objection to
Judge Humphrey's court and Its con
duct Is tha Judge's refusal tu nllow
his policy to bo dictated by the niori.
The best known method of securing a
municipal charter for Honolulu thut
will be unsatisfactory und Incompetent
Is for thu citizens to drag along In
tropical laziness till the Legislature
meets. The municipal act will be pass
ed If tho men elected show any dispo
sition to carry out the will of tho peo
ple who placed them In legislative con
trol. It the preparation of government
land for a cemetery Is such nn expeu
she undertaking the source of public
nondeiment Is why the Hapld Transit
company should desire to take up
tho proposition. Tho rapidity with
which tho Itapld Tiansll Is getting its
lines Into operation would suggest that
th ctaklng up of new ventures would
result In further delays.
In lcfuslng the services of tho band
to prlvato or semi-public functions,
Governor Dole Is cany tug out a con
sistent policy declared during the poli
tical campaign. Tho band bclungs to
the people. If thcro Is any spare tlmo
outside the regular concerts to be had,
there are plenty of taxpayers In Ililo
who would be pleased to hear the
soothing strains of a valuable govern
Japan Is ever prone to take up pro
gressive work In modern progress. It
copies a great deal and in copying often
develops to a higher standard than thi
Europeans and Americans. One ol the
latest departures made by the uctle
Orientals U.tlio formation of cummoi
clal schools for the training of female
clerks. One of the largest railway
companies has Intimated that after n
certain date women only will be em
ployed In the clerical department.
Itcv. S. 1. lilshop wus safe which
ever way the local election went. Tin
Friend's last political forecast contain
ed the postcrlpt that tho Indications
were In favor of Parker. Ills letter to
the Washington Star predicts Wilcox.
The prominence which this letter gives
to thu Independents opposition to tho
Governor tends to onvln e the people
of Washington tnut tin Govci uurh!p
wngji considerable f;n or In tho .an.
palgn. The result currlis n significance
that Is sort of a concluding chapter of
Dr. Illshop's forecast.
Music book added to the circulating
departments Is n feature that Is fast
gaining popularity In American
public libraries. Seattle has lately tak
en It up, beginning with 200 volumes
of vocal and Instrumental music. In
tho Seattle, as In the other llbrarl'M
which havo adopted this feature, tl'd
aim Is to encourago tho taste for goo I
music. Scores of tho most popular '
oratorios, and light and grand operas
aro the chief feature. Popular music,
so called, Is not barred, liov ever, ha
lino being drawn only on the moro ob
Jcctlonablo "coon" songs and "cake
walks." Tlicodoro Itoopevelt will continue to
be the center of Interest In national af
fairs In his efforts to maKe something
out of tho position of Vice President.
Roosevelt has written magazine arti
cles on what the position ought to be:
and ho has it way of making good his '
theoiles. If ho can keep up his as-1
grcsstveness In Ills new station and 't'
tho same time keep on good terms wltn ,
tho President, ho will accomplish what,
has never been done before, llobart 1
came the nearest to developing the Vice
Presidency Into something more thun
an honorary shelf, and maintaining
cordial relations with the President.
Itousevelt Is more of a fighter and it
things don't go to suit him, the people
are likely to hear from him In vigorous
terms at once.
Vermont's recent contest over tho
United States Senatorshlp Btands out
In marked contrast to the Senatorial
lights of California, Pennsylvania and
Montana or even Ohio, that were al
most public scandals. Conditions us re
gards tho division on candidates gavo
promise, of a long and bitter contest,
Tho leel headed New England legisla
tors, however, refused to wasto tho
people's time and money In a useless
warfare an dpromptly gave their bal
lots to tho leading candidate, ex-Gov
crnor Dillingham, Hcforo tho declslvo 1
ballot his competitors, yielding grace
fully to what they considered tho cliolee I
"or tho people, wlthdiew. Tho few Dem
ocrats In tho t.eglslatmo also yleldul
and rendered the choice practically
unanimous, Representative Grout was
quite confident of election, and In order
to stay In the Held for Senator decline!
a rcnomlnatlon for tho lower hous",
Dut tho ex-Governor led on tho first
ballot, anil Representative Grout saw
quickly that his defeat was certain.
x"Vhlto men can work In HawaU'o
cane fields." This Is the statement ut
Ilyron O. Clark, leader In the California
colony movement, after practical ex
perience In cane flelds.cared for by him
self and his associates. This asscrtlo l
Is a practical dental of the oft heard
remark that excessive heat In the Held
as well as the character of labor re
quired In planting, stripping and har
vesting the cane Is a barrier which pnly
tho Aslat'c can overcome.
It means that the gicat sugar har
vest of these' Islands 'can bo garnered
by the class of men of the Apierlcan
farmer standard. It means that neith
er the cllmato nor the ciop offer ob
stacles that cannoi be ovecurfnie by men
accustomed to agricultural labor In the
It does not. mean ihat the American
farmer can take the place of the Chi
nese or Japanese In tho sense of accept
ing tho same conditions offered by Mm
average plantation, lie will not herd
In droves or be driven by lunas, He
will not make a machine out of himself
for the sake of a few dollars to cany
back to his native heath. Ho will not
live In barracks with utter disregard
for the comforts of himself and his
Hepeated experiments made by those
having a heat t In the solution of tin
problem In favor of tho American as
against the Ignorant laborer, hav
bhonn that the planters of this Tcril
tory can tolvo the labor problem with
benefit to themselves and everlasting
advantage tu tho motal and social con
ditions of the Islands, If they will but
approach tho task from a higher lew',
thimli as hitherto obtained. Say wh'jt
they will of necessities as against the
ories the whole system of agricultural
labor In tho, main Industry has tended
to degrade rather than uplift laborein.
In many respects Us Influence has been
to Hawaii whnt'slavc labor was to llic
South. The' same arguments were Jf
fcrcd by Southern planters after tl.o
war that hac been glen In Hawaii
The South has found ltBcIt mlstukc.
previous to and following uunexatloii.
Hawaii will hnve tho same experience.
Tho results of the venture with tlu
herd of Italians from New York ought
to be sufficient to convince our plant
ers that the more speedily they assume
a firm and unequivocal stand In fnvtl
of Intelligent white labor, causing plan
tation management to adapt Itself to
the higher standard of American labor
rather than seeking for laborers ready
to take up with the Asiatic standard,
the booner these planters will reach n
solution of labor difficulties that will be
pemmncnt. In the end It will be
found that tho amount of money loit
In recruiting failures among Italians,
Porto Hlcans, American negroes or any
other makeshifts would pay a hun
dred per cent on the dollar, If Invested
In a positive, active movement to ob
tain Intelligent farmers for the plan
tations and make the conditions such
that they can live there as well as
wo i k.
New York, Nov. 11. A special to the
Sun from Washington says: Estimate
from tho Philippines have given the
mllltaryauthorltles the cue as to the
recommendations to be submitted to
Congress nt tho tomlng session In re
gard to tho size of the military estab
lishment. While Secretary Root has
not determined tho exact character of
his recommendations, It Is understoood
among those so situated as to have 3
knowledge on the subject that the War
Department will favor the formation
of an army of about 100,000 men. Tho
deblro Is to have this number In thy
permanent establishment and to do
nway with the present volunteers nraij
of 50.0QO which by tho provisions of tu
act of Congress creating It must lie
mustered out on or before Juno 10.
Lieutenant General Miles has pre
pared a plan for the organization of tho
regular army on the basis of one man
for each 1000 of the population, thus
piovldlng 0 force of 70,000 the figures ef
the census taken this year being use J.
in order, hovocr, to provide for a
bulllclent number of artillerymen to
permit one dally relief on the const de
fense tottlllcatlons, ho favors tho n
Ustment of nn additional 9,000 men,
thus making tho regular force 83,000
or thirty regiments of Infantry, twelvo
regiments of cavalry and a corps of ar
tillery. Just before Hoot left Washington on
Friday, ho received full membraiula of !
Information und suggestions which ho
had personally outlined and It U said
that theso point conclusively to tho
determination that tho Secretary be
lieves that nn array fully ns largo as
that now In service, regular and volun
teer, Is necessary for all purposess.
Every assistance has been pronisted
MarArthur by the Government in sup
pi csslng tho Tagal Insurrection mid us
he believes that all tils present forco U
necessary to that end, any suggestion
that tho army be reduced will probab
ly bo opposed strongly by tho Adminis
tration. Into the United States from lanuary T.'t
tn Sent. nt. 1000.
G. H. MUMM St CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
toet & Chandon 24,713 " '
Pemmety iV Gteno lo.JOj "
Hledslck & Co , Ury Mono-
pole 6.974 '
Louis Koederer $.403
All other brands i w '
ccmpiie4 lion thomcilCutom lioui, Rtcordi
,.., . ,-tt rr. . ..". "
MACFARLAKE & CO., LID,, S0l8 4geDtS.
imtnmi tiia nfnfimin
IMfUHIS Uh tJHAIHI'AUWb
Th Last CARLOAD OF
Pacific Hardware Co."
SeveratNew Styles which have just been introduced in t':e
Uni ed States.
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
Thg "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel-Range.
Ranges lor the People at Popular Prices. For Hard or Soft Coal cr Wood.
This construction Is provlJeJ with perfectly squire SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
hlch renders them verv aulck and perfect bakers. Have Self-mounting Cast-
Iron Unor, and the entire outside finl-h Is
Is directed to the fact that the InslJe of the Sheet-steel Is also Alumlnlzed. which
protects the weatlng qualities and prevents ruling out. DETACHABLE RE
ShHVOIR, which fits all sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Best Ma Je Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Flre-'m, 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,
Large HroKlng-door, Heavy Bis'on-rlug Covers. Extra Heavy Cat-lron Sectional
Linings, Large Ash-pan, Rods Mounted on Outlde. DUPLEX GRATE, which
can be iiovtd and replaced with mt disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
'lumlnlreJ Oven-door, Oven-t.uk and Oven Rack. Aerated Oven, aCiplttlnS
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 tn every
way. For Sale at the
IIOUSIHiOLD DEPARTMENT o the
Bethel street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
We Have tlie Sole Agency
For the Celebrated ,-nsS
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Dump Carts '
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All Goods of 8tudcbnlcr
nuke are guaranteed reliable.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE
Beautifully situated niauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gentlv 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,
' Rcom8, Model Block.
-SSConsult WANTS in
UNANIMOUS FOR McKINLEY
Chicago, Nov. 8. What promises ti)
creato a precedent In election roturni,
anil la nlso a striking example of 1I10
great victory I'lesldcnt McKlnlcy won
Tiies(lny..ls found In tho report of tht
uiw in iiaiavia 111
Hern In onu
precinct McKlnlcy" received 575 votek
Its unanimous vote. Ilrynrf was simply
not considered at all, Datavla Is In
Kane county, tho homo county of Sam
uel Alschuler, tho Democratic candl
ilatefor Governor, who, although ho
lost to Richard Yates, tho Republican
candidate, by a largo minority, made
n remarkablo fight. McKInley won tho
county by C07S votes and Yates cairltil
It by 3300 votes, showing how exten
sively Alschuler's campaign cause!
scratching of tho Republican ticket, '
Two or tin eo ycais ago tho Tamma
ny organization offered n banner to Mm
precinct captain who would turn In
tho largest number of votes for Its
ticket, Ono zealous, energetic leader
of ono of tho Dowery pipcuii u In ono
municipal election handed In a report
showing that his precinct was unani
mous for Tammany. Hut tho voto wns
not nearly so largo ns the ono In llu
tnvla. t LliuUi Fuel,
Tho Atchison, Topcka & Saute I'o
railroad Is making extensive strides In
the use of oil fuel on Its linos, and by
the end of the year coal will not bof
used on any of tho locomotives In the
State of California. PubllcOplhlo J
of Aluminium. Particular attention
Between Fort and AUkea Streets.
W. E. PEACOCK & CO., LTD ,
Bk ' i '
Office Phone, J90
J LIU I IBI 1 dlSi
PoMr Sutton Phonr, jlfl
Electric Co., Ltd.
Aliktt Slrttt, Milul of Merc ant Street.
. Piano and Reading Lamps, ;.. ,
Shades, Globes and
Electrical Supplies. , yv .
Sole Agentf for
The YVestiiiglionsc Elcc. & Mfg.-Co.,
, PlTTSOlRO, PA. ,
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
Honolulu tobacco Co., Ltd.
Co rner 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 : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
Champagne Nature (Yin Brnt).
SERVED at the Banquets'
in Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
Will engape 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, 2jo Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
ROOM 15. Merchant street, Honolulu
. 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-power:
and 4-5 of a cent per hour over a to
candle-power electric light. The cheap
est ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.
It pays to buy the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The ONLY Lamp of Its kind
FULLY GUARANTHJD to give satisfac
tion OR MONEY.REFUNDfcD. H
The removable reservoir Is a special
feature. Dots not require taking down!
lamp to fill. his feature will pay'for
the lamp In treventlng breakage of
iranues. rcequirw 11 wiic, 111c uumci
uSSiSWSS being absolutely sell-cleaning, t-on-1
tains all the advantages and none of the
" hri fnniu nf nther easollne lamns. Full
approved by Fire Insurance Under
All lilinJ orltti promptly itMmlti to
iC. W. Macfarlanc, ;
Wholesale and Retail Dealerst
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of Selected
Grapes Is used, the subsequent pressings,
not being i.p to the standard adopted by
the House of Pommery, are disposed of
In various ways. This Is one of the many
reasons why Pom mery Cham pagne com
mands the highest price the world over.
Peacock & Co., .
Sole Agents, Hawaii Ter.
TL. "W. .tls.in.sorx
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
For Hcuses and Rooms, furnished or
....Advertising Commission Agent.
Awnings and Tents.
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