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THE' EVENING.JBULLETIN:, HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER iicjoo.
Fubllshed Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of I!.. by the
EUM.KTIK PUULlSillNO COMPANY.
WALLACE H. FAHIUNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Entered nt the Tost Omco at Hono
lulu nn second class matter,
Per month, anywhero In U. S. . .$ ."5
Per year 8.00
Per yt-nr, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Ofllcc Box 71S
S.VrTHlJAY....NOVEMI!i:K 21, 1900.
When a (lovcrnor falls to proclaim
ThauksglWng Day. It may be suppos'd
that a political hard luck story rav.ses
n loss of Interest In the day.
Admiral Bradford's recommenda
tion thnt the ships of tho American
navy be equipped with the Marconi sys
tem of wireless telegraphy shows that
the practicability of the Marconi system
Is Dfiond the question of n doubt
Pence In Thlnn has nmcli tho sanv I
rarmnrSs and Duimlsc of speedy set-,
tlemeni that Cuban affairs had undei I
Spanish administration Promises may ' Wiose Inilepcmlenec vis-a-vis the En
lie made and offlVlals degraded, but t'.i..' gllsli Umlinss) can be counted upon fo:
raino old policy of chicanery, murder maintenance of good relations tio
nnd failure to maintain "government" 'tween the l'rrneh Republic and the
Tho opportunity now offers for one
sugar planter to come out and support
tho Advertiser's statement thnt Na
tional Committeeman Sewnll asked lor
n single dollar for the national cam
paign In tho States. Mr. Sew all tine
made any such request nor did his to.
quests Imply such a disposition of
Tho Ilulletln, which Is understood to
lie paying Mr. Sewall for substantial fn
vors receiver. Aihcrtlser. "Is under
stood" Is tho way the morning organ
now puts It. A little while ago It .ild
Mr. Sawnll paid for the Ilullctln's lie v
press. When given nn opportunity to
provo Its statement, the Advertiser
shut up. Mr. Sen-all's substantial fa
vors to tho Hiillttln ure now "und.T
r.tood." The Ilulletln defies tho Adver
tiser or uny person In Hnnonlulu or
nnyw'herc else to produce n single In
stance of Mr. Sewall pnlng or promis
ing to reward tho Ilulletln or nnyon"
connected with It for political support
past.present or future. If tho Advertiser
or any person wishes to continue tho
matter further tho Ilulletln will throw
Its books open to a commltto of thrco
disinterested persons anil Its proprie
tors will make their statements under
oath. Here's your opportunity dejr
Advertiser. Now let's sec you take It
THAT STEAM HOLLER.
Tho steam roller, now doing work
on King street, near Knwnlahao Semi
nary, Is becoming quite a nulsanci.
This morning, a reporter of the Ilulle
tln was passing by in n hack to whlc'i
was attached to a spirited horse. Tho
animal began to Jump about but tUa
steam roller man would not stop tho
innchlno and tho result wns thnt then
came near being a collision with u pass
ing strict car. A couplo of mules at
Inched to an army wagon, wero also
very badly frightened but this did not
make any difference to tho steam roll
cr man. Ho kept on going ,
While breaking ur King street this
morning, one of the spikes of tho roller
plerced the water pipe outside tho Tur
rltorlal Stables, causing coiiBldeiablo
Incorrect Slntcnn nt.
William H. Tell feds annoyed nt a"
news statement In tho Adv;rller Unit
he hud "refused" tho otllce of Pislrlct
Magistrate of Koloa, Knunl, r.s 11 tends
to placo l.ln: In a false light h fore his
lato neighbors In tho district. As tho
prlvnte secretary Infoimed the it
potters of the evening pape'-s and was
published In tho Ilulletln. Mr. Tell was
unahlo to accept tlu yrouVrcl com-
mimia mm nrrcnint or thn IHiiphs of hlj
wife. .Mr. Tell will ho icrr.t'inLercl 'jy
many people a3 n moitriUcloiit nnd
trusted cant.un of 11 il'i-o In Honolulu
under several nnil,.j. He has re
moved from Kauai to this Island,
Colors fop Medicine ISnttlcH
The uso of colored glass for bot
tles has recently heen Investigated by
11. J. Mollcr of Copenhagen, nnd In an
n,l,.1n Intolv miltllatiai! In- tho florninn
pharmaceutical society he describes
tho proper colors for bottles which am
to contain medicines, liquors or oth
er substances. In order to secure pro
tection for tho contents from tho chem
ical action of tho light, a glass of dark
color Is used, nnd the best for this pur
pose are. black (opaque), red, oranse
nnd dark yellowish brown, Next to
these In tho matter of protection
stand light brownUh yellow, dark
green that is without n bluish tint, and
dark brownlBh green; while bluish
rpn vlnlpl. mtlliv liliitah and color
Ichs glass offer but little protection I
from tho actinic rays of thu sunlight
For preserving wine, beer and
liquors a glass of dark yellow
ish brown or dark brownish yellow U
the best. Public Opinion.
Florence will celebrate on Nov. 2
tho four-hundredth anniversary of
Ilenvcnuto Cellini's birth by a festival
nnd by setting up the sculptor's bust
on tho Porte Vecchlo. Invitations have
been sent out to all known goldsmiths'
Why Has Porter
Left French Court
New York, Nov 10. A dispatch to
the Herald from Paris nays: "
Tho following extraordinary slate
ment Is glon prominence In li Presses
"A personage who claims to bo
thoroughly acquainted with what h
going on behind the scenes In the mat
ter of tho dlvulgence of the secrets of
the latest Trench field gun to tho Unit
ed States, makes the following state
ment: " "This affair Is connected with the
Hidden departure, for (llbraltar of nn
olllcerg of tho United States Navy, who
was employed In the foii'lgr. section Of
the exhibition, nfter hiving fulfilled
his functions n naval attache nt the
Embassy. The Held gun Incident wnj
also the cause of tho sudden handln?
ocr of the nffalrs of ijio embassy to
the first secretary by Oen. Horace l'or
ter ntnl his departuro for Spain.'
" 'The former naval attacho In tpics
tlon who was born of Drltlsh parents
and devoted above all to the Embassy
on tho Paubourg Saint llonore, acted
nlmost openly ns spy for several pow
"The departure of General Horace
Porter which Is glien out as tempor
ary. Is really final and ho will bo rr.
placed In Paris by Mr. John Irishman,
1'nlted States Minister to Heme.
diplomatist of the highest character.
I lilted Stalls."
Threw Hatchet at
Emperor William i
Hri'slau, Nov. 1C Kmpcror William '
was the object of an attempted out
rage today, whli h. however, failed. As
he wns driving In nn open carrlago to
the culrrassler barracks, mcompanicd i
by tho hereditary Prince of Saxe-Mell -1
Ingen. n woman in tho crowd hurled ,i
short hand chopper or hatchet at the
mrriago. The hatchet struck tho car
riage but the rapidity with which the
Willi 1c was passing saieil Its occu
pants. The woman wns Immediately nr-
icstcd. She Is believed to be Insane.
The woman's name Is Selma
Schnapke. She oicupled a place In thu
front i auk of tho spectators, on tho
sldo of the Kmpcror. A crowd of peo
ple who witnessed tho outrage threw
themselves on Ills Majesty's assailant,
but tho prompt Intervention of tho po
lice saved tho womnn from Injury,
MUKIC AT TtlEOKIMIEUM.
Tho Orphcum has resolved to llvj
up to Its name, nnd has made eve-y
arraugement to give Its patrons till
icry best In the musical line. Prof.
Sharp has already gained n reputation
by his skillful manipulation of the or
chestra which Is now being augmented
and strengthened to a degree that will
find it hard to pick a complete band of
musicians, Paul Kgry takes first vlo
Ilnshlp on Monday evening next. Van
I'raag and Rosen nro his assistants on
the strings. Stlckney adds a skilled
Unto. Knslgn, a first class clarionet
wns brought down from tho Coast on
tho Zcnlandln, whenco comes nn Al
chclllct In n few days. With this mater
ial tho overtures should ha the delight
of music lovers. Hut this Is not the
end of the Orpheum's aspirations. The
drawing power of a band Is well knoun
ns a powerful auxiliary to the box
olllce, so all musicians' contracts at tho
Orphuim read "must doublo In brasi,"
which lining Interpreted means a swift
change ut call from the violin to tho
alto nnd a nightly conceit under the
Illuminate sign of tho Oipheum before
the doors are open. Sharp wields llin
baton and plays cornet. Adams hangs
on to his drum and triangle ns do the
trombone and tho claiionct; the flutist
takes up n piccolo and tho others grasp
horns of various descriptions and sizes.
Verily Honolulu Is speedily getting up
to dnto whllo the Orpheum'B enterprise
PIchhccI nl llehclllnn.
"ciiin, w- 10. 1 ne news mat
' I'rliico Tuan and Oeneral Tung Pi
! SlaiiK hnvo ii'belled wns greeted ho-o
aa n fnvornhlo sign. Tho Tnghlatt 8avi '
,unl " 'l ',0 lruo l'' rchelllon will 1
probably Induco the Kmpcror anil Km-1
press Dowager to return to Peking and
place themselves under the protection
of thn Powers,"
A St. Jerome- painted by Albrorht
nircr in iki, 21 uy 111 inones in sue,
lias Just heen discovered by a. German
. nrt rrltlp In thn I.litlinn Kntlnnnt Mn
um of Kino Arts. Iiurer tells In his
I illn flint lin niADAntail Mm lilnlni'i. in
iiiiiij niuv n u iivDvmi.ii uiu 1'iLiitiu in
n Portugueso wlo iad befriended hi in
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United State from January i.-t
I to Sent. 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
Meet & Chandon , 24,713 "
Pcmmtry & Greno i8,19J "
HledslcU ta. Co , ury Mono
pole 0,934 "
Louis Roederrr 5,4(1 "
All other brands soj "
Compiled from ttit Oflicltl Cutton Houtt RKordi
HACFARLAHE & CO., LTD., Sole agents.
Tho L.nt CARLOAD OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which .have just .been introduced in t 'e
I Uni ed States.
The "SUCCESS" Squard Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranees lor the People at Popular Prices. For Hard or Soft Coal cr Wood.
This construction Is provldeJ with perfectly squire SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them very quick and perfect bakets. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Door, and the entire outside finlh Is of Aluminium. Paitlcular attention
Is directed to the fact that the InslJe of the Sheet-steel Is also AlumlnlzeJ, which
protects the wealing qualities and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SbRVOIR, which tits all sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Hest Deslened and Hest Made Stove
Fire-pack, Large Flre-"jo.i, Large Smooth
The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
"SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL "OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feeJ,
Large Hrolllng-door, llcay HusMm-ring Covers. Extra H-avy Cvt-lron Sectional
i. mines urge Asn-pan. koj Aiountcd on
moved and replaced withiut
lumlnlzeJ Oven-Joor, Oven-back and
r resn, neatea Air.
ALUMINUM Is ml.ed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This ml.t re adds sttength, prevent blowholes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT ol the
jiethei street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
We Have tlic Sole Agency
For tlic Celebrated .-ss-
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All GooiIh of Stutlclinker
make tire guarnntccd reliable.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
mands a land and sea viey from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can he 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,
Room 8, Model Block.
Consult WANTS in
1118 DAV l-Oli PAVING,
A curious nnd highly drmatlc Inci
dent occurred In Tom Sullfvnn'a san-
ilo loom near tho City hospital one
evening during the last week.
A hobo with a highly colored noo
nnd n cholco crop of whiskers entered
! and In n husky voice said to tho bar.
1 keeper, who rejoices In tho nnnio of
"Olmrne a beer, please, mister!"
Tho beer wbb drawn and placed on
tho counter, the hobo drew n Ion?
breath nnd In n few moments his noso
U'ould be seen shining through tho ,ot-
I tmii nf flin irlnoB iKlilnli ii.nu nnmlii
1 turn w mw h,noi . 11 nun vi(itiji
Then turning to "Shorty" ho polite
"Will you please bend your car this
"Shorty" complied and tho tramp
Then "Shorty" politely made 'ho
"Will jou please bend your ear thU
Tho tramp compiled, bending over
tho bar, and was gUen a terrlblo
huli-urin poke In tho ear, and n mo
ment later chased him through tho
swlngtng doors with tho beer mallet
When the liai tender lcturned ho ex
plained the matter by stating that tho
trnmp had asked him to wait until Sat
urday for tho money for the beer, nnd
when ho asked him "What Saturdny?"
the tramp had answered "Kaster Sat
urday." Cincinnati Knqulier.
Fine Job Printing at tb Bulletin
for the'rrlce ever offered. Heavv
Hearth, End shelf and OutslJe Oven-
uutstde. I JUutA uka i c, wnicn
disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
en Rack. Aerated Uven, afimllllng
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
I lllMl' mm eaPins thc srafn I
ItyP nlr3Pm rom which the World remTed Cyru$ I
WbZ VHP ll i?(l WAyfA Noble whiskey is distilled.
HKvVV'ln "K ' 7WM Nothing but the finest grade of corner
WSKmSdm WlMm ryeisu$ed ";'
H vKl H II WWYJm No exPense is 'Pared in i,s di5ti,la,ion' I
IwwSI ixmiW J P Thal i$ why il has been ,he Icader a" over I
EMWrL 1 Vf m M tfl the world for over seventy years.
WMmirmi vv w.i mihiw s'kwm ii u civ var n wnoa oetore Dominu.
Wmimf V ;aivW It is pure and honest. ,
1 'HlSa nYlWc wf&Z2!Z a greai am 10 .aijj,u"' H
ffig IIM! 'mJSsm An ideal appetizer. I
W. E. PEACOCK & CO., LTD f
Otfiet Phont, Io
Powtr Station Priinl, )8?
Electric Co., Ltd.
Alikia Strut, Mikil of Mtre nt Street.
Piano and Reading Lamps,
Shades, Globes and '
Electrical Supplies. i
Solt Agent! lor
The Westingliousc Elcc. & Mfg. Co.,
PlTTSBURO, Pa. ,
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
Honolulu tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Hotel and Fort Streets.
Sole Agents for Territory of Hawaii, for the exquisite
"ALEXANDER HUMBOLDT" Cigar
Try one ; we know the verdict.
Catton, Neil! & Co., Ltd.
B OiT (3- X 3ST E3 EJ ZE3 S
Boilermakers : t and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Gompanj
Champagne Nature (Yin Brut).
SERVED at the Banquets
in Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
Will engage laborers in
the Hawaiian Islands and will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations J will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Teltphone, 2o Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
Temporary Office :
ROOM 1 5. Merchant street, Honolulu
By Using The-
which Rive too candle-power for each
burner at a cost of i-sofacentperlmur,
you save 4-J of a cent per hour over a
kerosene lamp Riving so candle-power:
and 4-5 of a cent per hour over a 16
candle-power electric light. The cheap
est ARTIFICIAL LIGHT. ,
It pays to btiv the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The ONLY Lamp of Its klnJ"
FULLY GUAHANT EI) to Rive satisfac
tion OR MONEY RLFUNDLD.
Tne removable reservoir Is a special
feature. Does not require taking down
lamp to fill. his feature will pay for
the lamp In rreventlng breakage of
tr intles. Requires n care, the burner
being absolutely sell-cleaning. Con.
tains all the advantages and none of the
faults of other gasoline lamps. Fully
approveJ by Fire Insurance Under
writers. Alt IittnJ ordtri promptly ttfcnlt J to
C. W. Mncfnrlanc,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers.
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of Selected
Grapes Is used, the subsequent pressings, -not
being tp to the standard adopted by
the House of Pommery, are disposed of
In various ways. This Is one of the many
reasons why Pommery Champagne com
mands the highest price the world over.
Peacock & Co.,
Sole Agents, Hawaii Ter.
BUREAU, , 1
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant St
Por Houses and Rooms, furnished or
... Advertising Commission Agent.
Awnings and Tents.
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