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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. ,1., WEDNESDAY,
Published Cvcry Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of It., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE It. FAKKtNaTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Entered at the Post Office at Hono
lulu as second class matter
Per month, nny where, In U. S. .. .75
Per year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Ofllcc llox 71S
WEDNESDAY.. NOVEMHEK 28, 1900,
Seattle Is prompt to disavow thenct3
ot T.icoma and Tacoma will likely bo ah
1 tempt to repudiate Us own ncis or
'Minis It by so doing the salcB fii tliso
Islands can be Increased.
W. C. Weeilon Is unquestionably ful
ly capable of tilling the position of In
ternal Kercnuet'olleclnr. In view of
the law against non-resldenls In Torri
toi'nl offices. It Is highly probable that
this Federal "Mice will be g.len to til?
strongest Mainland candidate.
The Supreme Court decision that up
holds the Tennessee contention nguinst
cigarettes adds another commodity to
the list of articles subject to prohibi
tion. The decision 1'olds that cigar
ettes nrc as much subject to Stnto reg-1
illation as liquor or opium. This gives
the Piohlbtlon party another strlim to
their bow that will doubtless be Cwnny
ed for all it Is worth.
Hawaii may Indeed give thanks If It
1 found possible to nttract Italian im
mignints to the pinmntlons ns ngalnst
negro laborers. It Is of the utmost Im
portant that the labor of the planta
tions shall not be of n character that
wll! force greater racial Issues upon
the lerrltoiy and tend to degrade the
vhule labor system in every branch of
Industry. Hawaii has had Its 1111 of the
landlord and servant style of labor.
Tice silver was the primary
cnuto of Democratic defeat. That
burden was loaded'upon the party
by the single vote of Hawaii as pun
lhhment for nntl-expanslon. Port
In other words, the Democrats were
uc the wrong side of the fence on all
lu'.lounl questions. To meet the- up
proAnl ot the people, the Democratic
party needs complete renovation, loch,
stock and barrel.
Thanksgiving following Immediate
ly upon Hauall's Independence day,
suggests that Hawaii should Indeed
ghe thanks for having today gained a
higher degree of Independence than its
people have ever known slnco coming
into contact with foreign nations. Nev
er before have these Islands been'Th a
position to purbuc the ceu tenor of
their way without fear of possible In
tel fetunce from more powerful nations.
The day has passed when Hawaii ne-'d
contemplato the raising of a foreign
flag tlmt will threaten its Independence.
PHNINY SAVINGS HANK.
The success of the penny savings
bank In ecry city where charitably In
illncd people hae Inaugurated the
phn, is of u nature to draw favorable
attention of our local philanthropists.
In nearly every Instance, this foun
of teaching children habits of thrift
bar exceeded the hopes of the origina
tes. In a recent copy of the State Depart
ment Consular Reports. Consul Howrn
gives the details of results obtained by
thu penny savings bank in tho I'alkland
Islands. 'I ho dean of tho Episcopal
chit, ch was tho promoter of the scheme.
' On uveiy Jlondaj morning the children
bring their uccumulntluns of pennies
to the government school for deposit.
Tho funds aro received by tho pi Inclp-il
and the amount ami date iccuidcd In
the deposit books belonging to cacn
child When the deposits amount to
.CI, Interest Is paid. Tho privato sec
retary of tho manager of tho bank Is at
hand to enter up the amounts Til the
ledger. The whole thing does not take
ir.nro than ten minutes.
As to results, the following Items ais
taken from last year's balance sheets:
In Ih'jO, 1" new accounts wcro opened
up end 11 closed, leaving 01 deposltois,
niuuiif whom Tiio balance on hand
tO.llO.tG was dlstiubtcd. This glvtB
nn average of about $3.1.17 to tach de
rosltnr. During tho year, ?527.77 wrp
withdrawn In 3D separato withdrawals.
On the deposits loaned to the Govern
ment Savings Dank, there was paid
S'I.Cu. When the parents realized tho
aliw of tho bank, they began to de
posit In tho name of their children, and
at last tho government took hold cf
tho matter and orgauueu a roguTur sw
ings bank. The number of deposltois
lb ttendlly Increasing.
Honolulu, with Its hundred or more
newsboys ought to bo n particularly
frultml Held for carrying out tho pennv
savings hank scheme. Theie Is hardly
a newsboy on tho street who does not
ii'nko a dollar a day and many take In
ft larger sum. At the present time the
most of this money goes as fast as it H
cat'Mid, for anything but the necessities
of llfo and little If any goes Into sa
Ings hanks. Tho opportunity offers for
somo broad minded man or organiza
tion to establish a hanking Institution
which will pay splendid dividends on
tile Investment, If not In coin. In th
more Important return of ci eating
habltr, of thrift and Industry among tho
Minvii ntllin street. '
tFrom the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
In their nttMnpts to extend trade-to
the Hawaiian Islands the merchants of
Sef.lllc have encountered an unexpect
ed obstacle., finding among the mer
chants of Hawaii a Rti'ddcn hostility to"
the State of Washington and Its cltl-
7.ens. Catalogues sent out by Seattle
wholesalers to Hawaiian merchants
have received In acknowledgement
cl'ppings from an article Itf a Tacoma
newspaper, republished In Honolulu,
aictmpanled by bucIi remarks ns this:
"We nrc surprised that your secttaa
dares to deal with such outlaws."
1 he nrtlclo Is a gross and coarsely
abuMvt attack upon the entire mer
cantile class In the Hawaiian Island,
of which the following extract will
give a fair Idea:
"The Islands need to be repopulaUd
with Immigrants and good, honest car
pi t-baggers before It will he safe or
Judicious to grant home rule. Any
man that has been permitted to Hvo
and do business on the Island of Oahu
N.less lit to lrold ortlce under the gov
ernment than the poorest and most de
spised native. If there Is n white man
on the Island who Is loyal and trie
and devoted to American Institutions
lie Is never heard from. The ruling
powers have boycotted and supprese 1
and robbed and spat upon him until h
Is so completely subjugated that he
dare not raise his voice."
It is no surprise that the people of
Hnwall resent such abuse, and have no
drsiiu to cultivate business relations
with n community where such senti- j
nienti are hl-hl or expiessed. Their mis
take, however. Is In thinking that tho
foregoing Is In nny sense representative
of the feelings of nny portion of the
Washington people, or that such at
tacks have anything save n local or
personal animus behind them. Tin
are the utterances of n newspaper wliji
out character or standing even in its
own town; which nsplre to be class' d
,un (.ng the yellow sensational Journals
of the country, and Is published in u
community where public sentiment np
p.'.icntly only finds concrete expression
n cue form, an attack on places of
larger population, greater wealth and
more trade. In that community theto
Is no effort being made to cultlva'e
tn.Jp relations with the Hawaiian Isl
ands: while the efforts ot Seattle In
thn' direction are looked upon with tho
bitterest dissatisfaction and Jealousy,
If the newspapers nro to be accepted
as correctly voicing public oplnlcm.
They would Injure themselves nt anv
time If In so doing they could likewise
Inflict upon Seattle or hamper the trade
ct this city.
It Is altogether likely that the raa'l
clous attack upon the people ot the Ha
v. inn Islands was prompted by no
other motive than a desire to create,
precisely the sentiment against tne
leople of the State of Washington
which It appears has resulted from Its
publication; and It Is possible that Its
iiuthor Is chuckling nt having accom
plished In n measure this result.
This Ingenious and malicious attempt
to stir up 111 feeling between communi
ties which have entet tallied for ca.-h
other the most cordial feelings, and
which are attempting to cultivate more
li.timntc trade relations, which will bo
mutually beneficial, will fall of Its
effect If the merchants of Hawaii be
come aware of the motives of petty
spite which prompt nil such effusions.
They should understand that Tncomn
tuwspnpers on this suhpect do not ren
lOfent the sentiments of the people of
the State of Washington, and they
tdu'Mld understand further that the one
consuming desire of the particular Ta
camo newspaper In question Is to work
Mime Injury to Seattlo's .trade, no mtit
tv what means It may be necessary to
adopt to accomplish that end,"Tmd tliut
In bo doing will not hesitate for n mo
ment to mlsrcpreent the sentiment J
the business men of Its own city.
This Is the fifty-seventh anniversary
or the icconitlon of Hawaiian InJr3
r'nilcnce by Great Diltaln and Kram-c.
The United Slates illtl not Join In tho
nci Localise It hail Btood ns the cham
pion of Hawaiian Independence. Sonie
uhnt throiiKli the Influence of the Unit
ed Plates It was that the BruMi and
I'rcnc hrecognltlon crime. Nearly four)
months previously, on July 31, 181:1 1
Admiral Thomas of the lliltlsii nny
restored the Hawaiian Hag which !nd
been taken down by Captain Lotd
(jcoigc l'aulel, who hoisted the Union 1
Jack In Its place, some months before.
Tho ceiemony of tho flag lestornltml
was held whero Thomas bqtiare through I
Ha name perpetuates the event, For
a ptilod of some years, not long ngiA
I nth July 31 and November 28 wuo
statutory holidays. The Provisional '
flovirnment, the Republic and the Ter-
ritoiy have preserved this day as 11 1
A Thanksgiving service will be hell 1
at the Central Union church tomorrow
morning nt 11 o'clock.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United States from Januarv it
to Sent. 1st. 1000.
G. H. MU.tt.tt & CO.'S
EXT RA DRY 70,074 cases.
Moet &: Chandon 24,713 "
Pommery fc Greno 18,393 "
Hledslck & Co , Dry Mono
pole 6.934 "
Louis Roederer 5,403 "
All other brands w; "
TOTAL 170,680 "
Comptltd from thf Official Custom Houtt Rtcordl
MACFARLANE & CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
Tho Last CARLOAD
Pacific Hardware Co.
i Limited, i
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in the
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE", Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranees for the People at Popular Prices.
nis construction is
which renders them very quick' and perfect
Iron Duor, and the entire outside llnl.'h
Is directed to the fact that the InsMe of
Th Is construction Is provided with rerfectlv sauare SHEET-STEEL OVENS.
protects the wearing qualities and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SERVOIR, which tits all sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Best Made Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Fire-1, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed.
Large Brolllng-door, Heavy Boston-ring Covers, E.Mra Heavv Cast-Iron Sectional
Linings, Large Ash-pan, Rod Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRATE, which
can be -novtd and replaced wltluut disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
Alumlnled Oven-door, Oven-baJ and Oven R.ivk. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mixture adds strength, prevents blowholes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT of the
gcthei street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
ft We Have the Sole Agency
LTJ For the Celebrated as-
I Studebaker Goods
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All Goods ot Studclinkcp
moke are guaranteed reliable.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium I
I The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
i 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
ition of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Paloio Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room S, Model Block.
" Name on Every Piece."
FOR SALB DV
Muvo Bucn Pound.
The same may be had by application at
this office and payment of costs of adver
For Hard or Soft Coal or Wood.
bakers. Have Self-mounting Cast-
Is of Aluminium. Particular attention
the Sheet-steel Is also Alumlnlzed, which
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
f the best in i Wtlmm
J seventy years --fl !7
,W. E. PEACOCK & CO., LTD ,
2aA3( ill Hf25
TURKEV8 - TURKEVS
HblNKY MAY & CO., Boston Block, FORT ST.
TURKEYS - TURKEYS
.. AT POPULAR PRICES.
A Large Invoice of the Latest and Swellest Creations just received
from New Yotlc. 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 as a Holiday Pre
sent than some of this Artistic Work. Also a Complete Stock of
HAIR GOODS constantly on hand.
Miss M. E. Killean,
Champagne Nature (Yin Brat).
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 apd will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 230 Main.
P. O. Hot, S77.
ROOM 15. Merchant street, Honolulu
HOLIDAY LIGHTS !
IOO to 500 Candle Power,
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Llshtlnc;
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND 8EE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
- TURKBYS - TURKEYS
PROM EIGHT POUNDS UP
- TURKEVS - TURKEYS
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of Selected
Gtapes 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.
- ' J
Peacock & Co.,
Sole Agents, Hawaii Ter.
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
For Houses and Rooms, furnished or
....Advertising Commission Agent.
Awnings and Tents.