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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, loop.
t e ' t
Published Kvcry Day except Siimlny,
at 210 King Street, Honoluld,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN PUIILISHINO COMI'ANV.
WALLACE II. FAUU1NCJTON ..Ildltor
DAN I III. LOGAN City Editor
Entered ftt the. 1'ost Otnce at Houo
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, nnjwhcro In U. 3. ..$ .76
Per year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Ofllco Dot 718
mum NovuMiinii :3, 1000.
The election of a labor representi
ng to the directorate of the co-cnlloil
glass trust spikes the guns of reform-
went to secure the election of n He
publican delegate, and a Republican
Again this morning tho Advertiser
innkca tho nsscrtlou that National
Coiumlttpemaii Sewnll, "dues not live
here, dues not Intend to return hero
and was of no serlcc to tho Hopublt
can party." This Is another conglom
eration of lies.
In this connection It would be It.
lerestlug to compare the amount which
Mr. Dole and Mr. Sew all hac at stake
In these Islands n bearing upon th
development of Its Industries and deep
Interest In Its progress. Mr. Sewall
ulono has Invested $100,000 In the in
dustrial securities of these Islands.
This was not linested In lauds of small
aluo and turned Into n sugar corpora
tion capitalized with n million or so
paid up stock. Arthur Sew all prelo,is
to his death linested $200,000 In Ha
waiian securities. Neither tho son nor
tho father were promoters nor were
they associated with promoters to ri
icIno a rake off Their imestmcnts
icnrcscnt cold. United States gold, of
The Ltmt CARLOAD OP
cis who see capital In declaring t'.m(wnrh (ll0 miUstrles and the business
purpose of largo business combinations
to bo degradation of labor. 1 ho nllott
ment of stock to laborers to bo paid
for from dividends Is nlso an eje open
er to tho enemies of business progress.
News that Chicago beef has taken n
Jump Is far from being pleasai.t
to Honolulu houieliuldois. Since tho
tnrlff outs off Australia as a source of
supply our local meat market will lie
controlled by San francisco and Indi
rectly Chicago. It Is pleasant to know
howoter that for the present, tho Chi
cago ralio does not presage an Immedi
ate Increase In tho Honolulu man's
Members-elect of the Legislature will
do well to call upon the citizens for an
expression of lows upon the chninrtor
of Honolulu's city charter. It Is by no
means Impossible for the legislators In
the majority to practically decide upon
tho details of tho charter preWom to
tho legislative session. They would
thereby save the loss of valuable time
In useless discussion maintained w Ith a
vlow to defeating tho measure.
Tho mud roads nt Knkaako recently
referred to In this paper are being
filled In. This Is a commendable ii-t
on the part of tho Public Works d
partment. Still better would be active
work that will prevent the possibility
of nny streets becoming such hog holes
as to attract public condemnation.
Kvery citizen Joins heartily with Su
perintendent McCnndlcss In his prayer
for tho speedy dispatch of new street
making machinery now on tho way.
To piotest the seating of a Terri
torial Delegate In tho United Stales
Congress, Is tho recognized pilUlo:;o
of any citizen, candidate or party. Del
egate Wilcox may consider hlmsi-it
lucky that ho has not more' of n fight
on his hands than Is now apparent. It
Is within tho province of Congress to
refuse Wilcox a seat, order a new el'
tlon. or seat an one it sees fit whctluc
ho was a candidate for election or not.
Tho ncthto of Congress toward Wilcox
will bo entirely Independent of any
local political Inlluence, the determina
tion being entirely on tho legality 'if
community Is sadly In need. Their In
llucnco was steadily and constantly
used towards assisting In tho lloatlng
of Hawaiian securities In financial cir
cles of tho Hast wheie the Sew all In
tousts aro powerful factors. Not a
little of this money went Into enter
prises In which .Mr. Thurston Is a ill-
! rectly Interested IndlUdiinl and which
scrud to pill him out of the necessity
of continuing law practice.
We would bo pleased to have the
facts of Mr. Scwall's work In the Inter
ests of this Territory and the Ilepubll
can party compared with tho aetlvltj
of Ciotcrnor Dole In assisting local
business or political Interests. Has the
(,ocrnor linested his Income In Ha
waii or In California? Did he make
nny effort to tarry the election for the
Natlonnl Comlmttccnir.il Sewnll Is a
citizen of Hawaii. His precenco in
tho States during the campaign w"s
nt the request of national leaders, Tho
death of his father prevented his tak
ing pait In the campaign nnd demands
his presence In his natltc city. If the
Republican Nntlonal Comniltteo re
fused to make contributions to a Ha
waiian campaign, after tho local busi
ness men hate for jcars been receiv
ing n direct bountj from tho United
States through the reciprocity treaty,
that Is the prerogatUc of tho National
Committee. Wealth local Republi
cans ought to consider themselvrs
lucky that they were not assessed for
tho national campaign.
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in t e
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 or Wood.
This construction Is proviJeJ with perfectly square SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which rerjders them ery tjukk and perfect baker. Hive Self-mounting Cast
iron Door, and the entire outside fiaHi s of Aiumlnlum. Particular attention
Is directed to the fact that the Inside of the Sheet-steel U also Alumlnized. which
protects the weatlng qualities and prevents nitlng out. DE TACH ABLE RE
SbRVOIR, which Ids all sizes. The prices of the above aree.tremelv low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Rest Designed and Best MaJe Slove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-tack, Large l-ireoos, Large bmoolh Hearth, bnd shew and Outside Uven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spiclous Pouch-feed,
Large Hrolllng-donr, Heavy Bns'on-rlng Covers, b.tra H- "vv Gut-Iron Se:tlonal
Linings, Lnre Ash-ran, RoJi Mounted on Outside DUJLEX GRAfb, which
can be tioved and replaced with itit dWrblnc the remainder of the Fire-box.
'luminlreJ Oven-door, 0en-iJcU and Oven RacK. Aerated Oven, acmlttlng
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mlsed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS" are made.
This tnlxt re adds strength, prevent blowholes and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DliPART.MENT of the
juihcistr-cet .PACIFIC HARDWARES CO., Ltd.
y1. rSa-t---'SJe SSCM-j
We Have the Sole Agency
For the Celebrated sss-
The local sugar magnates who be
llevo the employment of white lnhor In
place of Asiatic to bo nn Impossibility,
will do well to ponder otor tho follow
ing from the New Orleans Times-Democrat:
"Nothing was more Impllcltcly be
lieved in ante-bellum times than that
tho negro was tho only kind of labor
that tould ralso cotton and en lie, Unit
could stand tho heat of oiu- torrid sun;
but wo hate seen since then white men
In Texas competing with tho negro In
raising cotton, and white Italian labor
Is driving tho negro from tho caue
llolds." it Is w Ithln tho power of the Hawa
iian planter to go tho South ono bet
ter, b patting American farmers !t:
MORE ADVKRTKIIR LIES.
These remarks about National Com
nilttecmnu Sewnll made by Mi. I'limp
ton's paid political defame s thiougli
the columns of tho Advcriisei gIo dal
ly pi oof of tho straits to whlci the
"hold-up gang" is placed to explnlii
away the Governor's prominent part in
tho failure scored by tlis Republican
parly In tho first Tenltorlal election.
The campaign against Mr. Sewall la a
well thought out system of lies, pro
mulgated by liars. It really amounts to
a very little sinco tho national Repub
lican managers aro fully uwaro of
avheio tho responsibility for Republi
can defeat rests, Furthermore, such
attacks us tho Adveitlser Is maklm;
Bcro only to stiengthcn his power lo
cally and with tho national committee.
As one of tho Hint lies tho Advertiser
on November 15 published tho follow
ing editorial! :
"A Republican National Commit
teeman who cared anything for Ha
waii would have biought aid hero
from tho Mainland to win tho elec
tion. Tho man we have collected
monc from the sugar plauteis put
ting tho funds whoro thoy would
help him get political recognition
nnd giving Hawaii tho go-by."
Mr. Sewall did collect funds for tho
Republican party at tho urgent request
of tho Central Committee. Hery dol
lar of this money Mr. Sewult turned
over to Tteasurer Jas, H. Iloyd togeth
er with his personal check for J2C0.
Tho Inference of the Advertiser Is a
despicable lie, Hvery dollar which ho
collected, every dollar that ho paid
An article In the nicktrotochnlacho
Zeltsehrlft discusses the progress made
In the use of single lines for telegraph
ing and telephoning simultaneously.
After describing the Rsselberghe sys
tem of attaining this end, nnd fully
explaining the Important part played
by condensers, the writer describes n
modification of the 8 stem recently In
troduced by the Telephone Works,
Limited, of Hanover, which, It seems,
has alreadj been adapted to a ntimhi-r
of laigc Installations, Including tho
Herlln flre-brlgude service.
There are fifteen brigade stations In
Iterlln, each of which Is served by a
special network of (lie alarms. From
these stations underground wires radi
ate In all directions, each wire belli
connected with a great number of
alarm pillars. Tho alarms aro arrang
ed foi autonintlc working, and to each)
is fitted a key for telegraphing to the
station. As It Is, howevtr, a vcrv
great advantage to be able to malntan j
during tho progress of tho lire, a goul
connection between the alarm pillars
nearest the lire and the brigade station,
oxhnuntlvo trlaU hnvo been made with
a specially adapted telephone construc
ted by tho above mentioned firm, which
have tesulted In tho general Introduc
tion of tho same. To tho Morse ap
paratus at tho station a stand Is at
tached, from which a mleiotelcphono
fitted with n battery switch and a sec
ond receiver aro suspended. The ie
malnlng appaintiis Is liuloised In a flat
box and placed under the table. Th's
bo contains nu Induction coll, a con
denser, and a clicult key. As It would
bo expensive to equip each of the tiro
ulaim po3ts with telephone apparatus,
a portablo set Is used, which may be
attached to tho posts by means of j
plug and socki-t provided for the pur
pose. Such a portable set Is carried by
And have constantly in stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All Goods of Stutlcbnker
innlce lire guni'tintced reliable.
Between Fort and Alskea Streets.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo 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 i,20o feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
,;! -SHSCnnsult WANTS in To-dav's Bulict-ngg;
III. -T- JL
g3.-ia5s;i . ill lcWi
By Using, The.
which give too candle-power for each
burner at a cost of 1-5 of a cent per hour,
you save 4'5 of a cent per hour over a
kerosene lamp giving $o candIe-powr;
and 4-5 of a rent per bout over a 16
candle-povvenelectrlc light. The cheap
est ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.
- It pays to buv the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The ON'LV Lamp of Its kind
FUI.LV GUAKANT i:n to give satisfac
tion OR .MONEY Rr-FUNDbD.
Tne removable res-rvolr Is a special ,
feature. Dots not; require taking down
lamp to fill. his feature will pay for
the lamp In rreventlng breakage of
trantles. Reoulres n cite, the burner
Ss being absolutely sell-cleaning. Con
tain an me advantages ant.' none oi me
faults of other gasoline lamps. Fully
approved by Fire Insurance Under
writers. AM ItUnJ ordirt promptly ttunJtJ to
WASHINGTON LIOHT CO.
;c. W. Macfarlnnc. -
Office Phont, )94
Powtr Sutlon Phont, 389
Electric Co., Ltd.
AUket Sttttt, Mikil ol Mtre ant Sirett,
Piano and Reading Limps,
Shades, Globe and
Solt Aetnti tor
The Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co.,
PlTISDLWl, Pa. '
Special Uargajn In New Fixtures.
Honolulu iobacco Coi, Ltd.
Corner of Hotel and Fort Streets.
Importing Tobacconists, '
'Wholesale and Retail Dealers.
Sole Agents for Territory of Hawaii, for the exquisite
"ALEXANDER HUMBOLDT" Cigar
Try ons ; we know the vsrdlct.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : : and : : Electrician.
The - General - Electric - Gompanj
r "SEC" X
Champagne Nature (Yin Brut).
SERVED at the Banquets
in Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
In the manufacture of Pnmmtry Cham
pagne only the first pressing of Selected
Gtapes Is used, the subequent pressfngs,1
not being tp to the standard adopted by
the Home of Pommtry. are disposed of
n various wys. This Is one of the many
reasons hy Pommery Champagne com
mands the highest price the world over.
Peacock & Co.,
Sole Agents, Hawaii Ter.
Will enpapc laborers in
the Hawaiian Islands and will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; wil under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.'
Telephone, 2jo Main,
P. O. Bo, 877.
ROOM 15. Merchant street, Honolulu
R,. "W. .A.t3s.irisori. ,
Room 11, Magoon Block, Merchant St. ,
For Hiuxs and Rooms, furnlshfJ or
... Advertising Commission Agent.
Awnings and Tents.
tOV.TIIAYHR'S JOKEO.N BRY.lN
From tho Cleveland Press.
t Ux-Gov. Thajer of Nebraska partici
pated In what V. J. Ilrynn thinks Is
each of tho brigade carts, there being tho best Joke on himself In his career,
soino eighty now In use. Tho brigades' 1. 1 llrynn took nn netUo pait In tho
cycles aro also equipped with seta campaign In which Gov, Thajer was
which aro cry com pact In design, l'.x-' elected, as a Hepubllcan, by about 30,
perlcnco with tho system has sho'Vfi 000 plurality. Ho made fifty speeches
that tho switching In of tho telephone against Thajer. Consequently, after
apparatus In no way Influences tho the election, Ilryan was not certain
telegraph service. During slmultnne-; Just how Oov. Thajer felt toward him.
011s tclegiaphliiK nnd telephoning a At a St. Patrick's Day celebration In
slight knocking is perceptablo In tho 1 Lincoln Go, Thajer was put down fo.-
telephone, which, howovcr, does not an (nation. Gov. Thajer did not hnvo
destroy tho audibility.
IMPORTS OF i.HAMPAGNE
Into the United States from Janu-irv i.'t
to Sept. 1st. 1000.
g: h. mumm & co.'s
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
Moet & Chandon 24.713 "
Pommery & Greno ib39J "
HledslcU it Co , Dry Atono-
pole 0,914 "
Louis Roederer 5.463
All other brands IS SQ3 "
TOTAL 170,080 "
Complied from the Official Cultom Houm Rccordl
HACFARLANE & CO., LTD., Sole Jkgents.
u printed piogianuuo, and depended
upon the seeretniy of a cllc organiza
tion to toll 111 in tho parts as they came,
'the piogrummo was vailed, there lin
ing speeches, recitations and Bong.
When Hryan's number was reached the
secrctaty leaned oer nnd whispered
In Gov. Thajcr's ear "V J. lltyan."
Gov, Thayer nioao nnd Ilryan ad-1
vnnced toward him. The fotincr seem
ed most cordial, and It pleniwl Dry 1:1
to think that tho Goernoi' was not
huiboiiug any mallco hecnuso of thoso
campaign speeches mado against Mm.
Gov. Thaj-er shook llrjan's hand
warmly, as ho asked, softly:
"Do you sing or speak?" Cleveland
".Madam, I am soliciting for homo
charities. We lime hundieds'of poo.-,
ragged children llko those at jour gate,
"Sir, those chlldien aro mine!" an
tho slamming of a door could be heat
In tho next Btreet.
I MS!'wl Reaping the srain I
IfePIM MlniFB from which the World renowned cyfUS I
h.Wj yMllyyJm Noble whiskey is distilled.
IM.v XV W WAvMk Nothing but the finest grade of corn or
Hhkq J3 ryei$used- - 1
iBti?X M II If I" Vl'tM M .un.n.lc tnsrirl in i( rlidillAtion.
i " fwGMw) ixir )WQm That is why !t has bec" thc leader a11 over I
llTiy r Xil'nb MfsXldRM me worm lor over sevmy yi.oi. h
H(fnN Md iWM) wbu It is six years in Wood before bottling.
Ww ?'MSrSl ll is pure and honcst I
m wiMP3t A great aid to dige$tion' I
IB IwmSi An ideal appetizer.
1 i'i 6'f'E5S2zmimmimmmmamm
W. E. PEACOCK & CO., LTD , Sole Agents.