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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., .THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, tooo.
GEO. A. DAVIS '
GEO D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
attorneys and Counsellors at
Rooms 202, 20), 9J, JuJJ UuUJInR.
lot. Fort ami Mcrcjnnt SK. Honolulu
CHARI.ES F. PETERSONI
4Lttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
A.ttornoy and Counsellor at
Office: In the Occidental Hotel,
vomer of King and Alakea Streets,
W. C. Achl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Oonnsolors
Offlce No. 10 West King Street.
Sarins, Physicians and Dentists,
Drs. Cooper & McDonald.
Dr Cooler 8 jo to 10 a m t to 4 ni 7 to 8 p m
Dr McDcnali 10a m to i p m, to8p m,
Pr Cooper 8 jt to to a m
Dr McDoiilJ i to ip.m.
tu TELEPHONh iy If
OR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
necire umiDciio a.m.to3 p.m
urn "" 6:jop.m.t0 7
TbL. Miln 14Q
DR. W. H. MAYS
has openej an office foi the practice of
Medicine and Surgery, at 119 Be-etanla
Street, net house feyond Central Union
Church. HOURS: 1010-12,2104 and
7 to 8j SunJays, 9 to 11. TfcLLPHONfc
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-ODened his office at . . .
26 Emma Street
jQ-ll A.M. I
'1 7- Sp'.mJ
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Reldence: Corner
Beretanla and Mll'er streets.
iOpfici Houns Stall A M.
I 10 J P M.
SlIKDAYl 9 19 10 It V A. M.
TELEPHONE mi. WHITE MS
Dr, W, J, Galbraith.
Offlco and Residence: Beretanla and
Offlce Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
1R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
3EIIETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 610. P. O. Box, 601.
Offlco hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
p. m.;7 to 8 p. m.jSundajs, S to 11 a. m
School Street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m 2 to 4 p. m.;
T 7to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8:30 to 4
DR. R. 1. MOORE,
Offlce: 222 Hotel Street.
Offlce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Eovo Building, Fort Street.
Hours: 2 to 4. Telephone 434.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
if J volry.
EI. Gk BIAJR.1.
404U FORT STREET.
Honolulu Concrete Company.
Ufnce with H. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrrte
Work at CALIFORNIA PRICES.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cement Side Walks at very reasonable
Chinese and Japanese Firm?.
Done in Crayon or Oil
Pictures FrameJ In any styla
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Moulding for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
14&) TELhPHONE 8C9
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OIAWA, Mlllill
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Temporary OBce: Room t apitatra Spreckeli bolll
lag T.I jii,
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANO
Cliihtne CL.n.d r.dnd Repaired
-suits made to odder-
"Fit guatanteea'. -LowtH Pike.
Fort Sirttt. near Kukul. and near Orphum Theaitr
tr Prices Clun ne ont suit, St; Dtln iul( 5i jo.
1 669 6m
Wong Sa.1 Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Protect Fit GuABAirttD
-404 Fort St., niMr King St.
Honolulu, H. I.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing Specialty
A FlNI ASSODTMCIT OF AMIRtCAN, ElOLI&H AND
SCOTCH CLOTH ON HAND
No jig Nmanu street, Honolulu, H II
Good work ani flrttctaas fit xuaranteei
umnM cieanea ana Htoairea
architects. Contractors and Bnilders.
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Stoi. nil Office Fitting
Plan, and Eitlma'ei Furnl.tied.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO.
Architects and Bnilders
Room m it
ti.o W Pt
P. W Bcatdiee
P. O. Boi ,?!
BHARD8LCE JV PAGE
Vrch.tects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
lonolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
'ealors in Luiubor and Goal
Queen street. Hnnnlnln
i. F. BERTELMAN'S
0 nar of old stand. Entrance on King
'tit. Or.'ern left at either shop, or office,
t .'ohn Nott'r 'ore, Klnt; street, will n
t'v pxnntrt kttr,.in. uti-tf
FOR SALE BY.
NEWS CO., LTD.
Beats all Records
New York, Nov. 4. A cablo to the
Sun from London says: Statistics Is
sued this week show a vast Increase In
the circulation of tho Bible. It has
been stated that tho opposite Is tho
rase In tho United States. Henry
Fruude of the Oxford University Press
corrects tills statement very material
ly. He sas that tho business ot some
American publishers has been largely
reduced, but the explanation Is given
that new and more economical ma.
chlnery has been Introduced by other
publishers of the Bible. Never was
there, he says, such a demand for Bi
bles as at present, three times as many
Oxford Bibles having been sold as In
any previous year. Tho British and
Foreign Bible Society, which prints tho
Scriptures in 400 languages, represent
ing the speech of seven-tenths of tho
world, has Issued In the twelve
months ending with last March 6,017.
000 copies, a bulk absolutely without
pieicdent, and considerably more than
600,000 In excess ot the corresponding
period previously. Of that huge mass
over 30 per centll or 1,521,000 copies,
aie In English.
Legation Has Always
Been Popular in
ABLEST DIPLOMATS SENT
TO AMERICAN CAPITOL
Progress of Catholic University Has
International Recognition News
Sketches from National
Washington, Oct. 29. The Japancso
Legation Is one ot the roost popular
and best administered of the legations
nt Washington, jot It Is one of one the
joungoBt llio llrst minister from
Japan lsllcil this government only
forty enrs ngo, nntl It Is scarcely
thirty vcais slnco tlio famous cmlias.
s I til Mr. luakurn at Its head ar
rived hcic. TIs embassy had as Its
object the making of treaties with the
I'nltcil States ami other civilized pow
ers and started out to pressed was Am
bassador lunkura with the advantages
to be gained from a long rcsldcnccat tlio
American capital that he remained lit
Washington for six months In that
time he give vighty tilllclal dinners and
a banquet for sixteen hundred pcoplo
which rhnlcd In cltgincc nnthlng
ecr seen here nntl picturesque tales
are still told of his prlncelj eutertaln
lug Ulplomatlc Intircourso between
the I'nlted States nud Japan was es
tablished b Mr lnnlitira's lslt, ant
slnco then It has nwer been Interrupt
ed Japan has sent to this lountry the
lloucr ot her st.ittsmcn, and no nation
with which the I'nltod States has dip
lomntlt relations has been represents
by men of higher Intelligence or great
er lap.iclty Root! tasto and coner
sertntlsm hae lm.trlabl marked the
ndmlnlstrntlon of the Japinese lega
tion and that It will hold the high
place It has attained under the new
minister Is not to be doubted, for Mr.
Inkahlra comes to ur with ripe exper
ience, having alrcadj sencd here as
Consul General and represented I1I3
goxernment ns minster to China and at
The new minister Is accompanied by
t-oor.l of the Kuropcnn capitals.
his v Ifc Mine. Takahlra comes of n
noble family and wns educated nt ofio
of the best schools for women In Jap
nn. established and conducted uftcr
Western models She was married to
Mr. Takahlra In 1SS7, shoitly after her
education wns llntshed, and since then
has been with him upon nil of his
diplomatic missions. This, therefore,
Is not Mme TnKithlia's llrst visit to
the I'nlted Stntcs, slntc her husband
sencd as Consul Oener.il In New York
In 1S91 From this position Mr. Taka
hlra was promoted to the ministership
at The Hague, whither Mme Takahlra
accompanied him, and later on she
went with him to Rome and to Vienna,
nt both of which capitals he represent'
ed bio gowinment Thcso prolonged
visits In foreign count! les lime enabled
Mme Tnkahlia to become acquainted
with their languages mid their people,
and the experience sho has had nt tlio
Kuropeau courts will be of advantage,
to her even In this republican strong
Mine. Takahlra Is n flno looking wo
man, even fitim the Occidental point of
view, which differs so materially re
garding the beauty of women from that
of the Orient. Her complexion has tlio.
tinge nnd softness for which Japanese
women are famous, her ejes are large
and expressive, and her wealth of glos
sy bl tck hair Is worn In the prevailing
Btjle, brushed back from n pretty
biuw. Dut tlio most attractive feature
Mme. Tnkahlia possesses Is the viva
clous expression and the quick respon
siveness 11110 note In her face when
he Is conversing.
Not since tho dtivs of Mr. Yoshldn
have the women of the J.niTfso legt
tlnii tc taint il their mitlvo costume,
which Is lapldly going nut of fushloi,
In Jupau and among the higher cla&se,
nnd, like Iit prediecssoiK 'lit wife, of
the new inlulsta h:ib adopt 1 Uuropeiu
die&H but, unlike man) ,uf her t.isieis
no tlotlies are In txqnlFlto lust' nud
hci jtvvlsniu beautiful Itlstlouu't I
Indeid, If any womn 1 It tho Dlidori itlc
I o 1 possesses more ro-i 311s gems
Mae lal.uhlrn his three (Mbltm,
win nro In Jap.n and will not at lues-
1. join their pi e iti
11 ic of the unit attintcwo m men
vhi over presbbt at the Japamsc Ic
,t t ion was Mme M lis 1 news of w non-
i "ilh bus tecently saddened her fil'iiJi
I ere. Iler cud, it ir sal.!, was Imitettcd
by her sorrow foi tlio death of hei bus
I ji.'', which ocjutiM thiec jetis ri,o.
M and Mn. Mutl.i wcie Binrly a 1.1 isi
tb voted couple, mm when Mr. Mutsu
was Btatloncd hero they were constant
Iv seen togethfi an 1 between them
Ideal harmony seemeel to exist. Asked
.at nil afternoon tea whit wiib Minister
Mutsu's favorlto sport, his gentle little
wlfo looked up archly and said:
"Oh, nindiiin, my husband ho like tt.
Illrt best of nil things In tho world lie
think this Ainei lean sport most ador
able Wo Illrt and Illrt nil the diy
long 1 Illrt with him he flirts with
- It Is u long cstnblhshed custom In the
departments at Washington that'tinoii
I receiving 11 piomotlou a man shall
treat his chief and fellow clerks to
cigars, and n woman her companions
to candy nntl Ico cream. Not long act)
n worthy man In the Interior Depart
ment wns rewarded for his devotion to
eltitj nnd faithfulness by a long-hop'tl-for
promotion Tho clerk Is noted for
his frugal mind, but hardly had ho rcc
eelvod the news of his good fortune
when lie (listened to n tobacco Bhop in
the Uclnlty and returned laden with
cigars, a full box of which ho placed
upon his chief's desk, who wns profure
with thanks for the really magnificent
gift, as custom demanded that only a
few cigars should be given. The happy
clerk whose heart had been made glad
by a promotion was taken out to lunch
eon by some friends and In his absence
tho chief decided to try one of the el
gars he had Just received. His face, at
first wreathed with pleasant anticipa
tions, wore a surprised and Inquiring
look after the first puff; nt the second
puff It was wrinkled with disgust, mil
after the third puff the cigar was
thrown disdainfully Into the wasto bas
"Some are born to rank," quoted the
chief, "some achieve rank nnd some
have rankness thrust upon them. Ulcs
me If 1 can stand It."
Tho Catholic University, which was
opened last week with the mass of tho
Holy Ghost and solemn professions of
faith by Its professors nnd Instructor,
begins Its twelfth ncademlc jear under
most favorable nusplces and with a
large Increaso of students over last
j cur. Among those who nnvc mnriicu-
lated are joung men from Cuba, Porto
Hlco, Canada, France, Germany, Po
land nnd Japan, nn evidence that tin
famo of this Institution has made the
circuit of tho world. With the reopen
ing of tho university several Import
ant changes took place In Its faculty
nnd In the faculties of the affiliated col
leges. Father Shilling has been trans
ferred from tho direction of the Fran
ciscan monastery to nnother field of la
bor, and, It Is understood, will be In
trusted with special work of Impor
tance. The Collcgo of the Holy Crots
nloso loses Its director. Father Frtn
clscus. A recent nddltlon to the faculty
of the university Is the Itcv. Dr. John
I). Magnlre, who returns In his nlmi
mater as professor of I.atln.
Father .Magnlre, who Is n native of
l'emis)lvnnlit, Is one of the most noted
men among the uliimnl of tho univer
sity. In 1890 he received his degree of
Ph. D. from tho University of Pennsyl
vania, and Archlblshop Itnn commis
sioned him as post grnduato student In
1S92 while ho was stilt n deacon In the
Catholic ministry. Ho wns ordained n
priest by Cardinal Gibbon In the snmo
car, nnd, nfter receiving his order!,
went ugaln to tho Catholic University
for supplementary study. After com
pleting his supplementary course theio
Father Magnlre studied for several
ears nt European Universities, nud,
returning to America In 1S9, took a
special course of study at Johns Hop
kins. Hcccntly he has been nctlng as a
missionary In Philadelphia.
Gerry Gives Up
Work for Children
New York, Nov. 8. The World saja
todny: Elbrldgo T. Gerry, founder of
tho Society for the Prevention of Cru
elty to Children and for the past twenty-one
vcars at Its head, has resigned
as president of the orgnnlxntlon. Vet
non M. Davis, former Assistant District
Attorney, has been named by the board
of directors of the Boclety ns Mr. Ger
The reasons which led Commodore
Gerry to retire from tho organization
which lias so long been known as th?
Gerry Society were very generally
speculated upon today by those Inter
ested In the society mid In the general
work of philanthropy. Hero Is what
Commodore Oerry himself says of his
resignation: "My reasons for decldhin
to take this step were these: I have
been connected with the society for
twenty-one jears, during which period
I have given It almost my entire time
nnd attention. Ot course, my own busi
ness has been neglected. This tact had
something to do with my decision to
get out, but not cverj thing. My prin
cipal reason wns that 1 hit that I w.ts
getting old; that tho work was more
onerous than I should be called upon
to do, and that 11 jounger man should
bo seleited. Theso were tho only rea
sons. Ihcro was and Is absolutely no
dlsngi cement between tlio directors
nnd mvscir. Neither had tho contents
which wo have had with tho State
Board of Charities anything to do with
my icslgnntlon. I am not a man to
retire In the fate ot an enemy. I havu
fought the Stntc Board of Charities nnd
won cveiy battle. I have gone to tho
higliist court of tho State and have
been sustained by Its decision."
Tho ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo n glass ot Seattle," is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Tho Bureau of Foreign Commerce
has received a letter from Mr. Emll
Itothuteln, of Ilostov on Don, dated Oc
tobei 21, 1900, requesting the names ot
manufacturers ot phonographs and
gramophones. Mr. Itothsteln wishes
to deal direct with American firms.
"Tired I cillns"
Vou tlioulj Htar
DfPlTO's Electric Belt
tt tjvft Nt I if ani
Lnt-ru t ueak mm ani
' w nun. bcru lor IK" K
IMLKC1J W.LC1KIC CO..
Real Estate and Insurance..
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LlFR IN
SURANCE CO. GF BObTON.
ETNA FIRE INSURANCE COHPANl
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and lend Exchtnee.
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURITIM ....
Particular atttaflon grna to aorcaaaa aal aala tl
Havallaa Sugar StKk . . .
Leaaa N.gotlattJ. laatars til Paralgs Suafca
408 California St..
San Francisco, Cat.
Stock and Bond Broker
M.mbor of Hawaiian Stock Eicbaogo
Melnerny Block, Fort Street.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokoi.
Maabar ol taa Honolnln Stock Bscnanga.
Office Quoen street, oppoelte Union
r.i.ofenn. uS p O Bft. ... .
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Fl.vctro-Hjilraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offlce next to Pn ...See. ltil
806 Judd Block. Tele. SSI.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Beer and line Dealers.
iMFOBTKIia, AND WHOX.aSA.LB
Vine and Lipr Dealers.
Agasla for tha Bonl.l R.tol.r Baar of (aanla
No. 19 Nduaxd Strict
Foitar Block, HosoluLU, Hawaii UUiDi.
P. O. Boi tT. Mutual Tal.pbona log
QONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROOEBB AM
225 Queen streot, Honolulu, H
lansoliilateuSoia Water Co., U
.lrrmr Allen A Fort Sit., Honolulu
In ltc New Quarters on Hotel St.
UNDER THE AUNAGEMEN T
LATE OF Tllli CRITERION
Enterprise Beer on Draught
The World Register
Keeps tho Cash while you are busy,
Try one 0
On Marble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fenoes and Lawn
Baw'o Iron Fence ani Monumental Ci
Ml KIn Street
tOOM NO. 10, SPHE0KEL3 BLOOB
Plantation Work a Specialty.
i.i Hotel Street. II I.
Kr. Calibaih.., Uli. Native ll.ll, Hula Skirt..
Mth.u Mats Fan. Shell,, S..1,, btc , llomeinaie
IV, conttintly on h.nl TELEPHONh 6jg
Judd Building, Fort street
Incorporated under the Laws ot the
Territory of Hawaii,
Paid Capital 9000,000
Undivided Profits 108,000
OFFICEHS AND DinECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice President
C. H.Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhousc, Tom May, F. W.
Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, i, A. M3
Candless. Solicits the Accounts ot 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
Wx. U. Inwra
HONOLULl h. I
San ftaneiico AgentiTn Nevada
National Bank or San Fhanoisoo.
San FnANoiBCO-Tho Novada Nation
uanK or Ban Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
New York American Exchange Ha
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
iaris uretiii L,yonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank,
Honkonci and Yokohama Honking
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Achtralia Rank
of New Zoaland.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o
British North America.
Trusact t General BuHiiz umEictme Buuti
uepouta Receded. Loans msde on Ap-
E roved Security. Oommerclal nnd Traveler!
redits Uioed. Blili of Eichanjro botural
and sold. t -
CoLuoTiQHs Pbomftlt Accqcthtid oa.
BISZEarOlE9 5c Oo.
Transact a Goneral Banking
and Exchange Susinesa.
Commercial and Traveler's
Lstters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will not benr interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for 0110 month), 3
months 8 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. II, 18SI, 1111,177.1
Money loaned on approved lecuritn.
A Savings Bank tor monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Bert . of Stock Is nan
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, FregtV
dent; B. B. Rose, Vice President; O. .
Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. B.
Rose, A. V. Dear, A. W. Keecb, Henra
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. &
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR.
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Offlre Hours' 12:110 1:80 p, m
BliBOr ft OO.
Savings Deposits will be
received and interest allowed by this
Bank 'at tour and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
illations may be obtained on application.
Oltlco at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & 00.
Tb Yokohama gpecie Bank;
Subscribed Capital Yen f,,ooo,ooo
Pali Up Capital Yen ll 000.000
RewveJ FunJ v Yen 8,to,oot
Hea4 Office, Yokohama,
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
Os Flza4 Dtpe.lt tor la aontta, 4 tar teat 1, a.
On Final Dapoalt lor 6 aontaa, 1H "
On Fli.4 Dap oalt lor i aoa, 1
Drench ol the Yokohama Specie Bank,
Hew Republic BnllUm, ill tin si, Euioim
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers ot attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PER
A. V. GBAR,
JutM Building, Honolula.
i'MMMmillnl , , -ti,U,j w.