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HONOLULU, H. I,. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER aj, 1900.
IT, 6 THE EVENING BULLETIN:
0E0. A. DAVIS CEO 0. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
Mtorncys and Counsellors nl Law
Rooms aoi, wj. J02, I iJJ HullJliiR.
or. Fort and Merclnnt Sts.. Honolulu
CHARIES F. PETERSON"
4Lttornoy at Haw and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
AJtornoy and Oounsollor at
Office: In the Occidental Hotel,
corner of King ond Alakea Streets,
W. C. Achl. Enoch Johnson.
Attornoys anil Counselors
Office No. 10 West King Street
Sitfcons, Physicians M Dentists.
DR. J. H. RAYMOND HAS KbSU.V.
eJ practice at the residence occupied by Dr.
V. J. Galbralth. Office hours, to to 12.
Office telephone, 204 ; residence telephone,
Blue 394. i&)4 2v
Drs. Cooper & McDonald.
Dr. Cooper 10 to to a. m., to 4 ani ? to 8 p m.
Dr. McDonalJ 10 tn to t r m.. tlop m,
Dr. Cooper St. to 10 a m.
Dr. McDon.ti 1 10 f p. m.
mi TtLEI'IIONfa yi tl
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
office hours e,0?.: !??:,&:
TEL. Main 146
DR. W. H. MAYS
has opened an office foi the practice of
Medicine and Surgery, at 110 Betetanli
Street, next house teyond Central Union
Church. HOURS: 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and
7 to 8; Sundays, 9 to II. TLLbPHONE
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has rc-ocened his office at . .
36 Emma Street
. 2- 4 P.M. r
1 7- 8 P.M.)
DR. E. C. WATERH0USE
Office and Residence: Corner
Beretanla and Alll'er streets.
Of NCI Hovas: I to n A. m.
1 to IP M.
Sundays fljo to 11 wa. m.
TELEPHONE t,, WHITE. JJ5'
Or. W. J. Galbraith,
Office and Uesldcnce: Beretanla and
Offlco Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 1
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
SR WALTER HOFFMANN.
BEKETANIA STREET (opposite tha
Telephone 510. P. 0. Box, 501.
Offlco hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
p. m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sundnys, 8 to 11 n. m.
"DR. A. H. SINCLAIR
School Street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
T 7to 8 p. m.i Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8:ioto4
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Office: 222 Hotel Street.
Offlco Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
X, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S..
Lovo Building, Fort Street,
Hours: 2 to 4. Telephone 431.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety.
401U FORT STREET.
urhce with H. P. Hertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALIFORNIA, PRICES.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cement Side Walks at very reasonable
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil
Picture Framed In any stylt
Framed Picture (or ile.
New Mouldings for Frames have
King and Alapat streets,
near nonmuiu mock ihih
14G9 TFLCPIIONU 869
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K. OIAWA, Maoaftr
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ttaporary OBce: Roos. T pstetrl Sptsckstl balls
lm Tel, $41.
LADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Clothing Cle.nfJ. th.J anJ Repalrti
-SUITS MADE TOOKDEK
Fit guaranteed -Lot Pikt.
rott Stfitl, Mil Kufciil, anj nesr Orptieum Theater.
"Prices. Cloning on. mlt, $ 1. D)tlng lultji.jo
Wong Sal Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Perfect Fit Guarantied
404 Fort St., near King St.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Kcpalrlna; a Specialty
A Hnc Assortment np American, English and
Scotch CLoth on Hand
No, jn ISuutnu ttrtet, Honolulu, H.J,
Geo! work and flf.tctats fit cuarantttl
ClnthM Ctf an4 and Rtoalf d
architects, Contractors and Builders.
fobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
ontarior uud Builder.
Stori ins Office Flltlne.
Plan. and Estimates Furnished,
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO
ircbltects and Builders
Co. W Pit.
'. W. BMia.lt.
P. O. Boi ??l
BUARD6LEK O PAGE
Vrchitects & Builders
Otfice: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
oalors in Lumber and Goal
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Qunnn atrnnt. Honolulu
i. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
0 rear of old stand. Entrance on King
'tit. Or'eri left at either shop, or offici
': John Nott'r 'are, Kin? street, will re
e'va promc htUr.'Ino. MtMf
NEWS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONF mak 100
Daniel Webster Home
To Be Preserved
Franklin, N. II,, Nov. 10. The pro
Ject of State ownership of tho birth
place of Daniel Webster, In this city,
Is being revived, and there nre assur
ances that a bill bo Introduced In the
next House, favoring the purchase by
the Stato of this furm. The present
owner, Miss Annie Ncsmlth, Is u
daughter of the late Judge George W.
Nesralth, who was one of Webster's
friends. It wus proposed two years
ago, when the Legislature failed to act
faorubly upon n bill to buy the birth
place, to organize a society for the pur
pose of buying and controlling the
place, and many of the State's foremost
citizens were ready to subscribe but
the sentiment umoug those most thor
oughly Interested fnvoied Stato owner
ship only. It was argued that the per
manence of tho government of New
Hampshire mude It Uie most deslrnblo
medium by which nn object llko the
Webster farm could best be retained
as a place of historic Interest,
The Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per
Glass Trust Acts For
Advance of Their
ALLOWED TO BUY STOCK
PAID FOR BY DIVIDENDS
No "Labor Troubles" Known in This
Trustee Increased Expinse
Accepted for Laborers
Pittsburg, Pa Nov. 10 At the me-!t
Ing of the Board of Directors of the
American Window Glass Company,
known as the trust, to be held next
week, n vacancy on the board will be
filled by n member of tho Window
Glass Worker's Association, I.. A. 300
Knights of Labor. The candidate was
selected nt the meeting of the Execu
tive Board of the workers organiza
tion last Saturday, hut his nnme will
not be mnde public officially until he
has been seated on tho trust's board.
It Is generally concede, however, that
Simon Burns, the President of tho
Workers' Union, has been decided up
The blowers and gatherers this year
made the earliest settlement of the an
mial wage scnle In the history of tht
trade organization. By t.inny It Is con
sidered the most favorable settlement
as one objectionable feature was elim
inated. For years when the workers'
union met the Individual manufactur
ers annually with Its wage demand, It
was urged that the blowers and gather
ers bo relieved of paying the "snapper,"
a boy who Is required to assist each
bloner, but this part of their demand
was nlwns rejected. This year whc-i
the Wage Committee met the combin
ation of the leading manufacturers the
request that the company pay the stinp
per was made, 11s had been the custom
for years, but tils time, to tho surprise
of the workmen, the request was grant
ed. By the new arrangement addition
al expense Is put on the trust In tho
making out of the pay roll for the
thousands of snappers employed.
Tho representative b of the trust
who met tho Workers' Committee to
arrange the annual wago scale also
caused u surprise by offering the
workers stock In tho concern on moat
favorublo conditions. It was announc
ed that If tho blowers and gathers
would go to work early In Septembe-,
which was two months before the usual
time for beginning tho annual blast or
fire" after the summer shutdown nn
additional Inducement would be offered
In tho wey of stock.
It was agreed to give L. A. 300,
Knights of Labor, tho organization of
the workcrsJi.OOO shares of stock, the
par value of which is $100, at 127 n
share, which was to be paid for from
the dividends. It was believed that If
the men would assist the company tn
man all Us pots with tho skilled men
that composo the organization the
stock would Boon bo paid for In divi
dends, that this would result In tho
stock being ndvanced to par and would
mean an addition of $500,000 to th-j
tieusury of tho workers' organization.
There, ara four skilled trades In the
wlndow-ghiBs Industry, rcprrcsented by
the blowers, gathered, cutters and llat-
tencrs. One blower and ono gatheier
nre rrequlred for each pot, so that of
the skilled workers employed (5 per
cent, arc blowers and gatherers. These
belong to the Knights of Labor, while
the cutters nnd flatteners have separate
organizations nnd nre affiliated with
the American Federation of Labor.
No Democratic Bpellblnder can con
vince tho wlndaw-glnBs blowers that
trusts aro a bad thing. Until the trust
was organized wago disputes proccede 1
every "fire;" now, It Is expected, waf,c
settlements will bo effected with little
waste of time. Tho workmen aro mak
ing the best wages known slnco the
Hush times following the Civil War,
and their organization will be cnrlchcl
by the dividends from tho trust stock.
Union dues will bo cut down nnd the
trust Itself will practically bo helping
to maintain 11 union of Its workmen.
The "gospel of hato" will fall on deaf
ears, so far as tho glassblowers are
concerned, for they have had actual
experience of tho "Boullessness" of
trusts and have not suffered from It.
Tho statement was mado that tho
trust's offer to sell stock was Intended
metely as a blind, but tho trust has
The coroner's Jury In the cases of
the death by poison of certain Portu
guese on Punchbowl not many days
since met again In tho Deputy Sheriff's
office yesterday afternoon, the objet
being to visit tho house of tho old man
Sllva on Punchbowl street. This work
huvlng been completed, tho Jury ad
journed until Monday, at which tlmo
more testimony will bo presented.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth Is bound
to get to tho bottom of tho whole nf
fali. Tho coroner and Jury were met at the
Sllva nuisery by Portuguese charge
d'Affalres Canavnno nnd Mr, Osorb
tho latter being the temporal y ndmlu-
IstrMor, Mr. Osorlo unlocked the 1T00
nnd the men filed Into the house to
find there n scene of dlsorderr nnllitn
glnnble. Tho place hnd been turnol
upside down for people who hnd no
doubt searched systematically for what
ever valuables the old man might hnvi,
had stowed nwny. A phial of nlttic
ncld nnd several ilemljohns tilled wlt'i
liquid wero found.
From the house the Jury went Into
the hot house to tho rear uf which, It
has been nlleged, was used by Sllva
as n sort of saloon where women could
go nnd get drinks. There was nothing
In this place but back of this was found
n small structure on n bank. The old
man had burrowed Into this bank, nnd
had mado a small room by boarding up
the place. Tho door was secured with
a Yale lock.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth found
several barrels, one of which was al
most filled with sour wine. The otheis
were empty. In one corner was a rudr
ly constructed wine press. The whole
place Bhowcd signs of disuse.
Chargo d'Affnlrcs Canavarro asked
If he might not bo allowed to allow the
wine to run out ns It might prove dan
gerous to others. Mr. Canavarro was
allowed to do this.
Upon the return of the Jury to the
police station, It was decided to call In
expert testimony on tho present meth
od of relllng methylated spirits and fie
coroner was directed to summon a
drug clerk from each of the drug flrmc.
That Has a Mystery
Washington, Nov, 10. On tho Bhorcs
of Chesapeake Bay, within an houi's
ride of Washington, there is being built
u town the like of which does not ex
ist In tho United States. Shakespeare
Beach Is the namo ot this unique vil
lage. An nlr lino railroad, with well
ballasted tracks suitable, for faBt ex
press trains has already been built
from tho District of Columbia lino to
this new resort.
A board walk fifty feet wide nnd .1
mile long, with ninny of the usual sea
side attractions, Is In place; n racetrack
nnd n clubhouso arc now In courso of
construction. Tho mowed purposo of
the managers of this Institution Is to
have horse racing from early In De
cember until early In April, and to con
duct nn excursion resort during the
summer. It Is generally understood !n
Washington that the clubhouse is to
afford facilities for games of chance
In which the stakes will be high enough
to gratify tho most reckless plungers.
The railroad was constructed by n
corporation headed by Otto Mears of
Colorado, Tho railroad company also
owns tho town. But the racetrack.
clubhouse and other Improvements are
being constructed by the Chesnpoauo
Beach lmprrocment. Company, n Phi
ladelphia corporation, of which A. JIc
Crnckcn of Cam den, N, J is President,
nnd J. D. Allen of Philadelphia Is gen
The officials of tho railway, which
has Its general office in Washington,
profess not to know exnetly what tho
plans of the Improvement company are.
They admit, however, that the race
track is to bo completed by Dec. 1.
and that racing Is to begin on the 7th
of that month, nnd continue through
out the winter. According to them, the
clubhouse Is to be n first-class restau
rant, with some sleeping apartment.).
They profess to know nothing of spo-
clal facilities for games of chance.
Methodist Fair Was
Very Great Success
The church sale of the ladles of tho
MethodUt church on Haalclea lawn
ycBterday afternoon and evening prov
ed to be a great BiicceBS. The various
tables and booths were Bet about un
der the trees and palms and many busy
hands occupied themselves with the
work of dispensing the various articles
In tho afternoon ladies predominated
but in tho evening, when tho business
of tho day was over, the men flocked to
the place ami spent their money In
what they considered n Just cause,
A quintet club of native singers sta
tioned on tho lawn, furnished music
throughout the afternoon anil, In tho
evening, tho band played sovcral choice
selections on tho grounds ot tho Ha
waiian hotel. Just across the way. A
largo number ot Incandescent lights,
gratuitously Installed by tho Iluwalla-i
Llectrtc Co., Illuminated the grounds
most brilliantly. Tho following ladles
were In chargo "of tho affair:
Children's booth Mrs. W. L. How
Tea table Mrs. Kern and Mrs. John
Merchants' donation booth Mis.
Qrlswold and Mrs. Stone.
Hawaiian booth Miss Ripley and
Mrs, J, M, Moore,
Candy tuble Mrs. McAllister and
"Homo made table Mrs. Bryant.
Coffee table Mrs. Pctrle.
Fancy table Mrs. Coyne, Mrs. Alex
Lyle and Mrs. Batchelor.
Several Ice cream tables wero dis
tributed about on tho lawn and thetso
were waited on by various ladles In
terested In tho work.
Miss Edith Lyle, MIbs Mary Pearson,
Miss Ruby Hlltz, Miss Ella Snow and
Miss aertrudo Stanley are among tin
ladles who worked hardest for tho suc
cess ot tho fair. There aro a limulrsd
Although the ladles had 'quite a lot
left over from the fair, they neverthe
less took In a large amount of money,
A Christmas sale will very probably be
Real Estate and Insurance.
LAKh, and KIRK
AGENTS FOB ..
New England Mutual Lifk In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna fire insurance Compart
HENRY ST. GOAH.
Member Stock ana" Bend Exenanie.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attaatlos it-M to tircaaa. atf Ml .1
H.w.ll.n Sor.r Stock.
Uaat N.(otlat4. Itttara tal Pmlia Stattt
408 California St..
Ban FraacUco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
M.mbar ot Hawaiian Stock Rica.ot .
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokei.
MMbtr ot tb. Honolulu Stock Bicaaan,
Office Queen street, opposite Union
T.i.phfto. .op p O. Boa ...
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Klnctro-djrilraullc Power Transmlnloi
KKPOKTH AND EOTIMATE3
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to 1'ix..aioe. mi
JJ MES T. TAYLOR,
M. As. Soc. C. B.
806 Judd Block. Tele. 681.
aonolulti Iron Works d
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CH1NKIIY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES (or IrrlgaUor
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repaln
executed at shortest notice.
Bser and Wine Dealers.
IXrOKTKRS, AND WHOL1IALI
WiDB anil LiQnor Dealers
AtMt. (or tba Bottl.d R.lol.r Br ot taattla
No. 19 Nouanu Street
Po.t.r Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian UiAKoa.
P.O. Bonn. Mutual T.l.pboo. ol.
SONSALVE8 Sc CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROOEBB AN)
a3f Queen street, Honolulu, H
onsoliaated Soda Water Co., LY
nrner Alls? & Fori SU., HonolulL
In It? New Quarters on Hotel St.
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT
T. A. SIMPSON
LATI: OF THE CRITERION
Enterprise Beer on Draught
The World Register
Keeps the Cash while you aro busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granitt
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence and HonnmeDtal Ct
Ml Kino- Street
tOOM NO. 10, SPRKOKEIJ9 BLOCK
Plantation Work a Npnolalty.
Hotel 5tr..t, II, I.
Kipa, Cal.baih.i, L.l, N.llva Mill, Hula Skirts.
Mlh.u Mitf, Tani, Shells. SmJi, tic , Hom.mal.
Po', constantly on hanl. TELEPHONE :
Judd Building, Fort street.
Incorporated under tho Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii,
Paid Capital $000,000
Undivided Profits 108,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, Tom May, F. W.
Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, J. A, Ms-
Solicits the Account- 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 of Credit
6AVING6 DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordanca
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be had
Wm. U. Uwir
San francUco AgtnUTnn Nsvam
National Bank or San Frawoisoo,
Han Francisco Tho Nevada Nation
Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
New York American Exchange Na
CnioAoo Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Honkono and Yokohama Honking
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vanoouvkr Bank o
uruisli Norm America.
Tmuact i Beieral Baiiiu ui Eictuue buun
Depolsts Recetved. Loana made on Ap
B roved Security. Commercial sod TrtToltri
redlta Iaaned. Bill of Exchange botu-hi
OoLUcTiom Paom-rLT AccoinmD torn.
BISHOP Sc Co.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Lsttors of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
Interest allowed after Jnly
1,1898, on fixed deposit 7
day notice 2 per cent, (this
form will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
A8SETS, DEO. II, 18, illJ,i7T.,
Money loaned on approved securltn,
ASsvlngiBank tor monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly Install.
men, pia .
Twentieth . Serl ot Stock la n
OFFICERS T. F. Lanalnf, Pratf.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. a,
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary,
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing-, B. .
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. M,
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours- 12:30 1:S0 p. n
Savings Deposits will ba
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merohanl
BISHOP A 00.
TljB Voohama $peoin Bui;
Subscrlb.1 Caollat. ,,,.... Yin m ,000,000
PalJ Up Capital Y.n 18,000,000
R.strved I unj ,,, Yen 8,1)0,000
, Heal Office, Yokohama.
The Bank buys and receives 'for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, nnd transacts
a general banking business.
Ob Flx.4 Deposit lor 1. ssoatas, a m teal a, a.
Oa Ftial Deposit lor saoatki,iK "
On FU.4 Deposit tor asos,
Branch of the Yokohama Sp.de Bank,
Hew KeDDDiic Builiini, in iim tsi, mnolifr
RBAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnlflhed with from
Ave to six llBts per week, giving an ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 2.00 PER
A. V. GBAR,
JuM Building, Honolulu