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-THE EVENING-BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. Ii, MONDAY,' -NOVEMBER-eiQoor
Published Urcry Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of H by tho
BULLETIN 1'UULISIIINQ COMPANV.
WALLACK II. KAniUNOTON ..lMltnr
DANIEL LOfJAN City Editor
Entered nt the Post Offlce nt Hono
lulu ns second class matter,
Per month, anywhere In U. S. .. .75
Per year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post OITlco llox 718
MONDAY NOVE.M11EU 26, 1900.
The lluddhlsta claim n church mem
lierr.hlp of 2,500 In this city olen. In
opposition to this forco tho Christian
clu'rehes shows up ns littlo more than
n corporal's guard.
Hi yon has'nt been heard from since.
'Compared with four years ago the
pJst election despatches nro wonderful
ly free from the boy orator's assertions
of what tie will rtu in the next national
Mr. Thurston's signal failure in se
curing election nt a two-for-a-cent pri
mary election docs not servo to
strengthen the claim of his paper that
It lr tho only representative of Repub
licanism on tho beach.
Members of the .Mallo Ulma Club
dcry that their club Is about to dissolve
ns stated In n morning paper. The
football team will go out of business,
but the club will go on. It now has
upwards of 40 members.
Political and pnity custom In the
United States so clearly defines tho
Territorial Oovcruor's responsibility
fcr the results of an election, that the
Advertiser's effort to defend tho local
Governor will cause a Emtio anion,;
the national managers.
The "government" unquestionably
itspl.t8 the better part of valor in
throning up the sponge on the mer
chandise llccnbe proposition. The tax
ation system will not be thoroughly re
formed till tho whole sclunie of petty
fees on business existence Is wiped out.
The Advertiser's wild etTorts to es
tablish Its Integrity during the politi
cal campaign is really funny. Taking
the oi gau at Its word, Avhat a remark
able commentary on Its Inlluence wero
the returns which told of an Indepen
dent Delegate and an Independent
JUDGE HUMPHREYS AND THE
Abiam Stephanus Humphreys, Judge
of tho First Judicial Circuit of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii has committed the
ucpprdonablo bin. This Is at once np
par ''lit to those who have followed ths
ciiticlsms of the so-called official or
gans. What else could cause the great
end mighty dlctatois who have ruled
Hawaii for seven long years or mure
to liohi up their hands In dignified hor
ror mid cry out agaliut him. What olss
could lead their organs to echo the cry
of condemnation to vllllfy this man
whom the President selected to ndmlt.
Ister Justice 'nnd Interpret tho-law In
this small Territory of mighty minds,
large pocketbooks and slipshod Integ
rity: ilave not these, Idols who now bellow
In the whirlwind of Judge Humphreys'
declarations stood for years like graven
Images guarding their purses and fa
thering every lutrguo planned and per
petrated "for tho good of tho people"?
Hrivo they not held tho mighty power
of father creators, father confessois,
the law, the gospel, the lie plus ultra,
the alpha, tho omega of all things mor
t,l oi Immortal? Don't they know It
all? Are they not always right nnd
everybody clso wiong? Don't they
nnu Hawaii, Its people, their rights,
tLclr privileges and hold a llrst mort
gage tupon all things nnd nil people
beyond tho thrco mllo limit? Didn't
tl.iy creato a monarchy, hang onto tho
robrs of kings, upset governments and
tumble themselves all for the unselfish
purpose of assisting tho American peo
;Io to run their nation?
The thought that any citizen, to say
nothing of a Judge, should have Incur
red tho enmity of such mighty men,
such broad minded, unselfish, self'
sacrificing guardians of thoughtless hu
nunlty ought of itself to be sufficient
tn prevent tho promulgation of a
Thai.ksglvlng proclamation, cause the
era to turn back In Its course and the
American nation mourn.
And what has Judge Humphrejs
done? It would bo easier to answer
what hasn't ho done. In tho first pluco
he camo from America; anyone from
such a hot plnco muBt 'of necessity be
without a halo. Ho Is an able man and
knows law; Judges arc supposed to do
ns they aro told. He has a mind of his
own and Isn't afraid to express It; n
quality which the legislature of '93
suppressed by passing tho dangerous
I'ereons net. Ho minds his own busi
ness; a flagrant crlmo In tho esteem of
tho tonguo wagging gossips. He never
studied law In Judgo Uartwell's olllce,
thus proving tho neglect of his early
education. Ho refuses to bo Insultei',
Ho wears good clothes; ho pays for
them. Ills shoes are patent leather, his
stockings striped, his necktkle Is never
tied In it hard knot.
Tin so nro a few of the cardinal sins
lie has committed, but finally, the cli
max of all, he requires that u person
attending his court shall wear n coat
nrd demean himself as the Judge sees
This Is n horrible crime. What won
der Is it that the shirt tall brigade.
arlRet In It wrntli. What wonder Is U
that the Never-Do-Wrongs come to the
icscut of their brethcren and demand
their right to promenade tho precincts
of JdPtlcc clad In pajamas, kimonos or
iuaU,s. The rights u( the people have
bun attacked. The constitution doc
tint follow the (lag; no Innovations can
b allowed to disturb the flg-leavei
nudity of this Onrdin of Eden. Ulllgcst
search of the archives establishes the
fin that Thurston once appeared In
court In his shirt sleeves. What right
then has this young upstnrt to ov?n
contemplate a word or action of which
Thurston might nft niipiove. To what
ilrpths Is the country fatten when n
man ntlscs who does not bow the crluj
Inp knee or grovel In the dust when
the Nsver-Do-Wrongs say thou shall
or thou shalt not. The shirt tall bri
gade must have Its rights as long is
lies can be manufactured and printer's
ii.U can bo bought.
Vhat docs nil this powwow over
H.imphreys In the ranks of the Never-Do-Wrongs
menn7 Simply that In try
ing to wind Judge Humphreys around
thlr linger tho Never-Do-Wrongs nre
up against It. llelng unable to success
fully attack his Integrity or Judicial
l.oncMy they hac liltiheil their wngo,i
to any old thing. With the Hag for a
tu wiper, the constitution for a foot
ball nnd the bludgeon n scepter, the ene
mies of Humphicys march gleefully on
conwious that they are right became
ilmy never knew themselves to do
PLANNING Till: CHAR I lilt.
Mi. Emmeluth's proposal to call upon
inrty committees for appointment of
men to take up the city charter for
Honolulu has many good pointB and
. rvi3 to set the ball rolling. It has
the disadvantage, hovcer, of laying
Hie discussion open to If not inducing a
pla for party advantage which In ine
end will icsult In a wrangle, where Po
litical scheming will take precedence
uvir tho character of tue charter.
Cutalnly Republicans as a party no.'
Democrats have a placo in Independent
I ni rj counsels. The whole theory of
the independent party campaign was
op,io?ed to that set forward by Kepub
ii.'ai'b ami liemuciats. Cooperation
n party through the party organization
n.errly means that Republicans ana
Dunccrats ns political parties stand
ica.Iy to stultify themselves In order
to fci.ln a posslblo advantage through
tl.e favor of the victorious party. Th9
I 'xnejltlon which at first sight appears
highly favorablo would likely resolvv
itself Into a three cornered light will. ,i
would bo fostered and abetted by the
enemies of municipal legislation, Th"
plan In Its final solution plays directly
in the hands of the, enemy.
The Independent party holds t.io
Legislative control nnd this party alone
111 be held lesponslble for the work
done by tho first Legislature. In ap
proaching the municipal question, thH
par'y does well to call for preliminary
di.'icufsion. Fnr better will It be for
the leaders of the party to send out a
Ecucial call to all citizens favorlnc
municipal legislation Irrespective of
ll elr party afflllatlons. This will draw
the line sharply, as It Is not now drawn
by the political parties, between those
fei and those against n city govern
'nt. The preliminary work on the
charter should bo In the hands of men
huiKstly and earnestly In favor of tin
movement. Let those who oppose the
d centralization of tho government b
allowed to carry on their attacks fro-n
..Ithout, not by Intrigue from within.
Tl.c dcincatlon services In the Dud'
ilhist temple Sunday morning wan latg.
cly attended by both Japancso and :uv-
rllllicrs. Tha rain snntlril thn nmri4.
iilnn but there were Quite a nnmber of
Japanese who brnved tho rain and wj
l.'r and marched from the chapel to
Prtlnran as urinnged.
The deification ceremonies were In
(hai'sp of V, Iniamura tho high priest,!
who was nsslsted by tho leaser priests,
T. Nclilda, H. Mntsumoto, K. Avval and
N Illrokane. The3e wero clothcr In
Ihc vestments of their respective
The services were of a most Inter
esting ami impressive nature. The
1 rltsts, In turn, delivered addresses In
Japanese. After the morning service, n
recess until 2 o'clock was tnken and
then came the concluding exercises.
Counsel (to witness) What Is your
Witness (with a charming smile) It
would do you no good to know, sir, fur
I am married and out of the mm ket.
Then the Court smiled, and tho ex-
uimiituj, tuiiiinei Hiiuieu, anu 1110 nurc
tlon was not pressed.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United States from January i.t
to Sept. 1st. 1 poo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
Meet & Chandoil - 24.7U ' "
Pommery & Urcno 10,393 "
HledslcU Co , bry Mono
pole 6,914 "
Louis Roederer 5,4(13 "
All other brands 3; w; "
TOTAL l7O,0fco "
Ccmpiltd from th OfricUl Cuiton Houu Rtcordi
6JACFARLAME & CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
Tho Last CARLOAD
Pacific Hardware Gov
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in fie
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 er Wood.
This construction Is provlJeJ with perf'ctly squire SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
hlcll renJers them verv Quick and perfect bake'. Have Self.mountlnz Cast-
which renJers them very quick and perfect
iron Duor, and the entire outside fiuMi l
Is directed to the fact that the InslJe of
protects the wealing qualities and prevents rutlng out. DbTACHABLE Kb
SliRVOIR, which tits all sizes. The prices of the above ate extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Best Made Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fife-back, Large Fire-'JOA, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERI5GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed,
La'ge Broillng-door, Heavy Boston-ring Covers, hxtra Heavy Cat-lron Sectlon.il
Linings, Large Ash-ran. Rods MnjnteJ ,n Outside DUPLEX GRA Tfc, which
can tx moved and replaced wlthiut disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
lumlnlzeJ Oven-door, Oven-back and Oven Rack. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mixt re adds strength, prevents blow-holes, and Is a benefit to iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DtiPAIcT.ViENT of the
Ketjicistrcet PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
I fJ SSaSMCiSCTl-yTltSSa
We Have the Sole Agency
For tlie Celebrated -s
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All Goods of 6tutlcl(ike,r
jnnlic nre fiunrnntccd reliable.
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over Soo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Walalae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of i,20o feet. 4
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Mode Block.
-Consult WANTS in
REV. KAPU REINSTATED
Vnlluldi, Nov. 2t. The Maul Evan-
egllial Association held Its semi-annual '
convention at Wananalun church, Hu
ll n, Maul, this week. Hev. 0. P. Kmer
3nn, secretary of tho Hawaiian Hoard
flora Honolulu, and a largo number of
Hawaiian pastors from Maul and Mo
lokal wero present.
The convention opened on Monday,
tho 19th Inst and lasted until yester
day, A number of the paBtors present
agreed to reinstating Ilev. S. Knpu, for-
Bw of tlle Kaahumonii native Vro
testant church, Walluku, and Ilev. Mr.
Kapu was elected traveling ovangetlet
nnioiiR the Hawaiian churches on Maul
anu Mulokat. Tho friends of Mr. Knnu
nro pleased for ho Is not only a very
eloquent orator but he Is alto very In
fluential among Hawnllans.
l-or Wnllulcu Union School.
Walluku, Nov. 21. A benefit concert
will bo given nt the Walluku I'ulon
se'iool this evening by the pupils of
Miss .Margaret Nape for tho purpobe of
rnUIng enough money to pay for 11
piano for the use of tho school, At-
ciidy a very large number of tickets
have been sold fnr Wnllukans nre
wldewaketo worthy objects of thls'na
tine. Hov. Win. Ault has kindly con
Knted to sing nt tho concert,
-An sain .ins. ui'iancrty, "my ion
DennU wants to go to tho war In them
Phlllpplaus, but If ho gets killed It'll he
a lesson to him all the rest'ot.hla life,"
of Aluminium. Particular attention
the Sheet-steel Is alo AlumlnlzeJ. which
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
LLLH v XKmM
' I mWM Ink "caPln5 Srain " I
Ifcl iimIwB from which the vorld renownd cyntf I
WL yjaPl h ) K WLJ& Noble whiskey is distiHed. '
H V A W lfW Nothing but the finest grade of corn or
ssKPikV n. - ."f 11 iiS7e yiiwjm rve usea. m
1 iliRi KsfL' pyCH No expense is spared in iis distillation.
vtmfm i&ffirw. fl)v$k Thal ' why il has b"n lhc Ieadcr a" over I
Vwmwr f7t'' n(jvMlW$R& the world for over seventy years. ,1
XiltorfMl JmMm It is six years in wood before bottling. I
wb JW4W u is pure and hone$t- v I
WlBL lh0Si A great aid to .digestion. I
v Iwhf llhS'Z? SSi An ideal appetizer. I
!W. E. PEACOCK & CO., LTD ,
W. v '" I 1
For Thanksgiving !
HENRY MAY & CO., Boston Block, FORT ST.
AT POPULAR PRICES.
A Lariie Invoice of the 'Latest and SweJIest Creations just rec'elveJ
from New 'York. These Hats are marked down to Bedrock Figures.
A Full Line of
ART LINEN AND EMBROIDERY SILKS
for the Holidays. Nothing would be more pleasing a a Holiday Pre
sent than some of this Artistic
HAIR GOODS constantly on hand.
Miss M. E. Killean,
Champagne Nature (Yin Brut).
SERVED at tho Banquets
Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
"We TFTbXgTci. "'Wliile "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Rtllitl Waichmtn furnlthtd tor storn n J property,
aoi confidential work of All ort. :i
Office Room 4 Model Block
Will engage 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. Bo, 877.
ROOM 1;. Merchant street, Honolulu
By Using The,
which give loo candle-power for each
burner at a cost of 1.5 of acent per hour,
you save 4-5 of a cent per hour over n
Kerosene lamn elvlnz to randle-nnurtr!
and 4-5 of a ,rent per hour over a 16
candle-powef electric light. The cheap
est AKTiriCIAL LIGHT.
It pays to buv the Hydro-Carbon
Lamp. The'ONLY Lamp of Its kInJ
FULLY GtMRANTf ED to Rive satlsfao
tlon OR MONEY RUFUNDLD.
Tne removable resnvolr Is a special
feature. Does not.requlre taking down
lamp to fill. his feiture will pay for
the lamp In treventlnR breakaze of
mantles. Requires n cate, the burner
being absolutely sell-cleaning. Con-
faults of other gasoline lamps. Fully
approved by Fire Ins-trance Under
writers. All Island orders promptly itanJtlto
' C. -W. Mncfarlnnc,
PUOM.I-IGIIT POUNDS UP
Work. Also a Comnlete Stock of
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of ielecteJ
Giapes Is used, the subsequent pressings,
not being Lp to the standard adopted by
the Home 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.
Bill City rtftrctKf t turnlittd. Dtttcttvl
I. O. BOX 2S4.
Tl.. "W. -A-tikinsori
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant SI.
For Hcuses and Rooms, furnished or
... Advertising Commission Agent.
Awnings and Tents.