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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H.,.1., FRIDAY,, .NOVEMBER, AoiiTOO..i
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WALLACE 11. FAIUUNQTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
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FHIUAY NOVE.MUEII 30, 1000,
The Paris Exposition Is closed leav
ing Franco free to resume her old pas
time of getting Into trouble. Whethu.'
It will bo civil or foreign strife Is of
comparatively small moment. Soma
diniculty must arise to make life worth
lUIng to the nerngo Frenchman. Tho
arrival of Kruger serves ns n spark to
nnmsc the eer present nml-llrltlnh
sentiment to n llamc. That this should
reach tho point of a declaration of w ir
ngnlnst the old enciii) Is uuuuestlun
ably the hope and prayer of the ex-
The attempt to make the city charfr
to bo passed lj the Territorial Lcglj
latute a mi'imtte political nrtair h.n
accomplished the result furrast by tin
Bulletin. The action of the Republi
can Executive Committee foresliailo.vi)
n sharp division on party lines throng! -out
the legislative session. As this
paity Is a minority In both houses t'le
question whether the chaktcr will be
an Independent or Ilcpubllcnn menstue
Is easy of solution. The Btand tnkeu
by the ncpublleun committee nt Its re
cent meeting Is what should have been
taken by that organization when the
matter was llrst broached. Coming at
this time, after members of the coin-
mltteo had given tacit approval of Old
Independent plan, places the commit
tee open to the unenviable i barge of
having plajeil fast and loose when ap
proaclied in good faith, if the frame
work of a non-partisan charter u
sought the only wa to secuie It Is to
Issue a general call to the eltlzens of
Honolulu for tho purpose of sclectlnj a
commission to prep.it e the document.
DICKENS GUI'S 1IIU OREGON.
New York, Nov. 21 A special to til's
Sun from Washington snjs: Some Im
portant changes In the commands o.'
naval isscIh were announced by the
Navy Department today. Cnpta.n
Georgo F. F. Wlldu was ordered de
tached from the command of tho bat
tleship Oregon, now In China, and Cap
tain Francis W. Dlcklus ordered do-
taehed from the coniinaud of the bit
tltshlp Indiana, usslgncd to uuccc.l
Captain Wilde In command of the Ore
gon on Nov ember Stitli. Captain Dick
Ins will sail from San Francisco De
cember 14th, and, on being relieve),
Captain Wilde will return to the Unit
ed States nnd wait orders. .
The detachment of Captain Wll.'e
was due to the fact that his term of si i
duty had expired. His two years of
sea service expired In October, but ho
desired not to be detached until the
responsibility for tho grounding of the
Oregon off the Chinese const while un
der his command hud been detcimlntd.
In accordance, with the (hidings of the
com I of Inquiry. Captain Wilde and his
otllceis have been acquitted of all
blame and ho will leave the ship with
n clear recoid.
Tho detachment of Captain Dlcklns
from the Indiana was due to a decision
of tho Navy Department that ollkwa
of vcksoIs In rcservo wcro not doing oi
duty. Captain Forsth, who has ru
cently completed a erulso on tho flag
ship Baltimore, will bo put In command
on tho Iudluanu.
PACIFIC MAIL OFFICERS.
New York, Nov. 21. Tho boar!
of directors of tho Pacific Mall Steam
ship Company hold a meeting today,
nt which Charles II. Tweed, James
Speyer and Ogdeu Mills wcro elcctei
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Samuel Thoinaj and Henry liuit, "
blgned. Mr. Tweed was elected presi
dent of tho company on motion of He
Tho Southern Pnelllc Interest con
sidered tno nnmo of Mr. Schwrilu,
vico-presldent nnd general manag r
of tho company, In connection with
tho presidency, but It was ilcomcl
piofcrnble by all, coucorned, Including
Mr. Schwerln. that tho piesldent
should resldo in Now York, whorb tin
board of directors la locnted. M
Hchvvciln remains vice-president n.id
general mnnnger of tho company,
with headquarters In Sun Francisco,
Senator Dnvln' Condition.
St. Paul, .Minn., November 22.
Thero has ueen no material change
ino condition of United States Sena
tor Davis to-day. l-'or novcinl days
hie food has consisted of egg negs,
cocoa and other cnslly digested foods.
Naturally his almost constant doll
rluin Interferes materially with his
fil'.iy to nccejt miiiiiimon mid his
attendants fear tho lesttlU or this
ondltlo,i. Tho kidney lesion jlelds
scarcely nt all to treatment, though
tho depletion nf tho system has been
Denver, Colo., Nov, 22. District
Attorney .McAllister, of Colorado
Springs, has ordero Sheriff rreomnn
of Lincoln county to pioeeed against
tho members of tho mob who burned
Preston Porter, Jr., at tho stnko last
week. Iho order was Issued after
correnpondenco between Governor
Thomas and Mr. McAllister.
Just how tho urand Juiy will o
chosen, hns not yet been decided. Mr,
McAllister says It will ho composed
of men who will no their duty nt nil
linzatd. Tho Governor Insists upon a
GENERAL BEHEADING POLICY
NOT APPROVED BY McKINLEY
Now Considering Germany's Fierce
Proposal Effect of Siege on Com-,
missioners-;-Fear That .Em
peror May be Killed".
New York, Nov. 22. According
to n special from Washington to tho
Herald, Minister Conger's dispatch to
Secretary Hay asserting his belief
that the punishment of Chinese lend
ers imposed by tho decree Issued by
the Chlncso Government, Is not ntlo
quatc, Is opposed to tno opinion held
by tho President nnd the Secretary of
Another Important development In
tho situation Is that Germany hns
proposed that, as a condition to con
tinuing tho negotiations. China be
compelled to execute, tho eleven prin
ces nnii officials alleged to be respon
sible for tho Chinese outrages. This
condition Is very distasteful to the
administration, which Is expected to
tnko steps to secure Its modification.
Mr. Conger's mesngp was In r"
sponso to an Inuulry from Sorrctnry
Hnv, sent Immediately after the pre
reutatlon of the decrco to this got
r-nmrnt bv Mr. Wii. The Serrotnrv
raided that the United States did not
Intend to pursue n policy of von
crnnce. but ftated mat because of Mr.
Conger's exprlinco tho President
nerrsRarllv left In His hnnds tho de
termination of whether the punish
ment Imposed wcro adequate. Secro
try Hay also urged to take Into full
ronsldeiatlon the altitude of tho Chl
ncso nnd the ability of the Imperial
government to enrry out more seveic
It Is evident to tho oftlclnls thnt the
slcgp through which Mr. Conger and
other mlnltters went Inst summer hnr
angered tnem ngnlntt the Chinese nnd
rained them to be foremost In de-
mnndlng blood expiation. In the hope
of deterring Mr. Conger from nnv
Ideas of vengennco Mr. W. W. Hock
hill was sent to Peking ns his adviser.
It Is an open secret that the aiithml
tics would have preferred the rcfar
enej of tho negotiations to a commls
slon. formed of commissioners, three
In number, appointed by each power,
but this plan failed of accomplish
ment. Tho prnposnl of flermany thnt the
continuance of negotiations depend
upon tho execution of the princes
nth. ofllclnls thought responsible for
tho outrages Is nnother'form of th"
proposition submitted to the Wash
ington government severnl weeks neo
by naron von Sternberg, then Ger
man Chnrge d'Affntrs. Germany pio
pose., nt that time that as a condition
precedent to negotiations tho Chi
nese government be compelled to sur
render the "first and real perpetrators
of tho t rimes committed against Inter
Tim response of tho United Stnt'
was that it could not Join a demand
of this tharncter: that China should
bo nITorded nn opportunity to punleh
the criminals, anil that provision for
ui"ir punishment should be mndo .n
the negotiations for filial settlement
The President Is consldeitng the
now German proposal and ho will
probably decline to agree to It. sug
gesting Fomn modification thnt may
lead to n satisfactory solutjon.
An ninrlnl said thnt as somo of
those condemned by the ministers aro
powerful princes and ofllclnls control
Ing Chinese foices. It is plain thnt un
less the Imperial government.. desir
ous of carrying out the ultimatum of
t'.io foreign representatives. Is nblo to
mi-cut the tulprlts quickly they nro
H'toly to combine In tnclr own de
fense. Tho posslliitl- Is suggested
that they might kill tho emperor.
sucn an net w-nuiti Do n signal for nn
anti-foreign outbreak all over Chlnt
nd would havo consequences which
the authorities hesltnto to contem
Boers wnrtn defhated.
Illomfonteln. Nov. 22. The
Doors, under llr.md. were defented
Nov. IS ut Iladerspan wth heavy loss
es, the Lancers charging tnrough tho
noer line, doing deadly dnmogo ns a
nuniliT of riderless horses demon
strated. Urand himself was wounded.
The Ilrltlsh casualties were not seri
ous. Mnseru, Dastitnland, Wcdnosdiv
"'ov 21. Natives repot t that former
i repldent Steyn and General Do Wett
vlth a thousand men traversed tho
iiltlsh lines! between Alex.indiln and
WurUlnghnm's store nnd attacked n
Ilrltlsh post, subsequently retlrlnc
by tho rond to Do Wctsdorp, In the
urnngo mver country.
Scnntnr Wright Very Low.
.1. N. Wilght, the O. A. It. veteran
and former Senator, Is veiy low from a
long-standing stomach tiouble. The
physicians have little or no hope of his
tccovcry, hut yet he may linger for
weeks or oven months. Comindes of
tho G, A. 11 .are watching by his bed
side night and day.
Pope Ik III.
Paris, Nov. 22. A despatch to tho
Tempt) from Itomo says tho Pope yrs
teulny visited tho Dnslllrn of St. IV
tr-ru nnd uxporlcncecl such fntlguo
that he had to tnko to his hid. It is
fuither claimed thnt ho fainted twice.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Intn the United States from Jantiarv at
tn S;pt. nt. tooo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
Meet & Chandon 34.7J "
Pommery & Greno 18,393 "
llledslck d Co , Dry Mono
pole 6,914 "
Louis Roederer 5.403 "
All other brands n so; "
TOTAL 170,680 "
- CtmplltJ trom U Officii! Cuilom Houn Rtcordl
UACFARLANE & CO., LTD., Sole en'.
Tho Last CARLOAD
Pacific Hardware Co.
i 'Limited, ,
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in the'-
' Uni ed States.
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranee lor the People at Popular Prices. For Hard or Soft Coal or Wood.
This construction Is provided with perfectly square sHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them very quick and rerfect bakers. Have Self-mountlnc Cast
iron Duor, and the entire outside fiiil'h Is of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is directed to the factthat the Inside of the Sheet-steel Is also Mumlnlzed, which
protects the wealing qualities and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SERVOIR, which fits all sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Rest Designed and Best Made Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Firebox, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. - The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feeJ,
Large Brdlllng-door, Heavy Boston-ring Covers, bxtra Heavy Cast-iron Sectional
Linings, LarRe Ash-pan, Rods Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRATE, which
can be moved and replaced with ut disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
Mumlnltcd Oven-Joor, Oven-back and Oven Rack. Aerated Oven, acmlttlng
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mlxt jre adds strength, prevents blow-holes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT of the
Pcthcjgti'cet PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
j;sSSI rJ cL.
Wc Have the Sole Agency
For the Celebrated,-as
I Studebakcr Goods
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All Goods of Studcbnker
moke nre guaranteed reliable.
FOR 'SALE AS 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 8oo feet. It com
mands a land ami sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATBR can be plpeJ 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.
DUE TO-DAY !
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Last Week of the
x ' Present Performers
A' First-Class Program,
" , New Dancing.
DON'T MISS IT.
PRICES SB, r0, 75c.
Have Been Pound.
The same may b: had by application at
this office and payment of costs of adver
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
SEATTLE RAINIER BEER
Por Sale by Everybody !
SAN FRANCISCO PL.AGUB.
Washington, Nov. 21. "Tho United
States Marino Hospital Service todjiy
prints In Itn hcnlth teports nnothor
tn 1)1 0 advertising San Francisco as a
plague spot. This table Is more com
plete than tho Inst one, and brings tho
plague record down to November 1,
The former table showed thnt there
had been no cases of plague In San
Francisco since October 14, hut the
piesent document contnlns two entries
for November, showing that on Novem
ber 1 thTo were two cases and two
deaths from plaguo tn San Francisco
nnd that again on November 4 tlico
wcro two cases mid two deaths from
Theoa health reports nro mndo up
from Agents' leports, nnd of coureo
thebe latest figures come fiom Klnyoihi.
The documents In which tho tables
aro printed are got out for geneial 1U
ttlhutlon, nnd are designed solely ra
the purpose of Informing tho public In
this and other countries of the health
of American ports.
I'l'i'iiViiiiri'itiVtVj. c u re
: GESSLERS i morning
:l MAGIC : headaches
1 HEADACHE while
I WAFERS i dressing.
W.V.W.'fWtfffffti 10 f.ot. ll drgg--Vi.
sgiSiSS3l III fjr
WASH IIVQTON LIQMT
TURKEV8 - TURKEV8
For Thanksgiving !
HbNRY MAY & CO., Boston Block, FORT ST.J
turkeys - turkevs
,f POPULAR PRICES.
A Large Invoice of the Latest and Swellest Creations just received
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 FJoliday 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 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 ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 2)0 Main.
P. O. Do, 877.
Temporary Office :
ROOM 15. Merchant street, Honolulu
St. Andrew's Fair
In the CATHEDRAL GROUNDS on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1900
10:30 a. m, to 5 p, m,
7 p. m, to 9:30 p. m.
Tables - Flower, Fancy, Doll, Hawaiian,
Art Ntedleworlt.Lemonade, Ice Cream,
Coffee, Grab Box, Candy, and Hum
A Bicycle Competition In the Afternoon.
A POI LUNCH
will be served from n a.m. to 2 p.m.
l692-Nov. 2Q, 22,2426,28,30, Dec. 1
We MEET tho
y3 OFF H
m V OFF
until ruiaiirit notice.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
In Door .,
i,IOO to'SOO Candle Power.x
, . - ' . $
A.Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely en. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlaae,
CO. j. Manager.
- TURKBY8 - TURKBV8
FROM EIGHT POUND8 UP
- turkeys - 'turkeys
In the, manufacture of Pommery Cham
pajtne only the first pressing of Selected
Grapes Is usej, the subsequent pressings,
not being tp to the standard adopted by
the House of Pomnyry, 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.
"EL. "W. .tkinfaoaa
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
,For Hcuses and Rooms, furnished or
... Advertising Commission Agent.
Job Printing. ' . '
Awnings and Tents-
The wedding of Ii. I Marx and 5118
Klolso Castle took place at the homo
of W. n. Castle, Walklkl. Wednesday
evening, tho'Tlev, H. II, Parker of Kn
walahao, officiating. The ceremony
was performed on tho lanal looking
directly out upon the ocean. The brldo
was given away by W. It. Castle. Tho
maid of honor was Miss Lillian Dacon
anil tho bridesmaids wero Mlsa Ileatrlco
Castle, 5II8S Helen Lowrcy, Miss Cai
rlo Williams and Miss Kdith Wllllnmi.
Tho groom was attended by Andiew
Adams of ilaul. Tho music was fur
nished by Wray Taylor, a number .of
girls fiom Kamehnniejia and n natlvo
The newly married coitple have gone
to the other side of tho Island to spend
River and Harbor Bill,
Washington, Nov, 22. Chair
man Hut ton, of the House Committed
on Rivers nhd'Harbors, stated todny
thnt that committee would meet next
Monday to begin the preparation of a
river nnd harbor hill and ho expected
to get It through tho House beforo tho
holidays. Mr. Durton said that noth
Ing definite had been decided upon,
-nt that tho commlttco would draw a
strict Una between Improvements
which wcro for tho public good and
those for private interests,
X' ,, wrtn?lv,
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