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- THE, EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER!! .iqooT
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of H by the
BULLETIN PUUUSIUNO COMPANY.
WALLACE It. FAnniNQTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOO AN City Editor
Entered at the Post OOlce at Hono
lulu as second class matter
Per month, anywhere in U. S. ..f .75
Per year "t " " S.00
Per year, postpaldforelgn 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Oince Uox "18
8ATniI)AY DECEMDKn 1, 1900.
With the addition ot hotter clan
ocean liners to the Honolulu service,
the day ought not to be far distant
when the Inter-Island lines can soc
their way clear to putting higher
grade passenger steamers on the Ho
"Three cheers for President McKIn
ley." coming from the Independent pai
ty is far from being an Indication thn.
the native Hawallans are deeply op
posed to the conditions of an American
Territory or that they would turn back
the tide of progress by the lestorntlo.i
of the old regime.
The Pacific cable hill will pass at
this session of Congress Is a promise
that has no often been held up for the
admiration of Hawaiian citizens, that
they have reached the point where they
will bellevo It when they see It. Wl'h
the good sized majority the Kepuutl
cans have In the picsent Congiess. no
apologies will be accepted If they fall
on this occasion.
The establishment of what Is prac
tically a co-ed department In connec
tion with tho Catholic t'nUerslty In
Washington Indicates the steady grow
ing tendency of American Catholics to
keep In close touch with the liberal
principles of American Institutions.
The I'nlverslty nt Washington although
one of the youngest of tho national
universities Is making a record
both In Its student body, and tho char
acter of Its currlcumtum that Is highly
gratifying to Its promoters ns well as
credit to the educational forces that
center in and around the capital city.
The career of Delegate Wlkox In
Washington will be watched more
closely than has that of any minister or
special commissioner ever sent out
from ttu'bu Islands on any mission
whatsoever. He Is the first man to go
from the Islands who can truthfully be
enlit to have his authority direct from
the people. That the delegate falls to
size up tho American Congressman and
his methods of doing business Is- ap
parent from his public utterances.
Whether ho will speedily adapt him
self and secure a dignified standing In
national counsels has yet to be proved.
He has his opportunity..
It the Republican Central coutmltee
seeks to stultify Itself and make an
other exhibition, It will fmthwlth re
Kclud Its recent action bearing upon the
creation of n i Ity charter. I.nck of
backbone was what put the commlttoe
In a false political position. 1'erhap.s
mother wobble can be taken without
Its being taken seriously Into nccoimt.
As a matter of feet neither Chalrnuu
Kennedy or T. McCauts Stewarc.
chairman pro tempore, hay any
business taking up the proposition pre
sented by an opposition political party
until It had been properly discussed by
party legislative representathes. Hav
ing finally reached a point of positive
action on which the men who mud
bC.U Jit. Ulallt i.f i..L- ui -..l.,,L j.ullc
are unanimous, stick to It.
-Mr. Stew set's view of the governor
ship problem presrnU a phaie that ip
l.:is Ij s.1.. iiji fc.vuyt.i2 by over
whelming personal prejudice. No man
In public olllco possessed with nu aver
ago amount of nerve will retire under
fire. What the Governor of this Tor
' rltory lias "to consider Is whether he
will show n higher standard of broad
character by withdrawing than by re
maining a center of antagonism which
links old prejudice with the new ordi.r
of affairs, While Mr, Dolo's purported
friends can be depended upon to start
a War dance every time resignation Is
suggested, tho fact still remains that
the prospects for political peace nro uot
of the hupplcHt when it dumuant poli
tical party brings tho Hxccntlvo and
Legislature ut fierce loggerheads.
Honolulu ought to havo reached that
Bingo of modern progress, where the
bicycle riders should have a positive
word In Iniliieuciug street construction.
Vow cities of the United States havo
inoro bicycle owners in proportion to
th papulation. In nearly every city
the bicyclists exert mom power for
good streets than thuy do here. The
fact that the combined power of the
electorate, has been iiunblu to uicom
pllsli anything may havo been u dnniii
rnsr on specific notion In favor of the
horseless riders. If In the course or
lfghslittlvo or exociiUvc Inactivity It Is
found Impossible, to raise city siru,-is
iilmvu tho present Btaiidaid of country
nuils, the bicyclists might demand the
niilltllliieiil of t It a law against riding on
iliu sltl own I Its. If It's io country town
Hint Honolulu would umiiliitu then let
ns Intro nil ilio slipshod Ineoiupciuiie)'
nf llio country town from start to
NEW STEAMER 8ERVICB.
The decision of the Oceanic Steam
ship Company to give Honolulu a fort
nightly service with San Francisco is
a business favor that will mean a great
deal to the city and Territory. As a
center of tourist traffic Hawaii has
been held back on ilccount of tho
Irregularity of Its steamer service, also
bythe character of the steamers making
this port. The old Australia (fa's ever
held a particular place In thc'Cstcem of
local citizens, It must be admitted
that when compared with the ocein
liners of tourist routes east and south
with which Hawaii Is brought.. Jnlo
competition In Its bid for trade, the lo
cal route has been at n marked disad
vantage. Travelers of the present day
are demanding luxuries. If Hawaii Is
to draw extensive business from the
East this demand must be satlsflct ifll
along the line, from the steamers to tho
With advantages placed at tho dls
posal of the public by the magnificent
strainers soon to go on the Australian
run, supplemented by the nc'wly fitted
and enlarged Alameda and Mariposa.
the steamship service to these Islands
will be of a quality that can success
fully face the 'competition of any put
of the world. The Increase and Im
pioicmcnt of local hotel facilities
ought to complete the circuit of tour
ist trade necessities In a manner that
will assure, a new era for Honolulu.
In the "freight trntllc the ndldtloiul
steamers will supply a "long felt want"
that has become a pressing demand un
der the unprecedented Industrial ex
pansion with which the Territory has
been favored. Every citizen of the Ter
ritory will prollt by the facilities for
prompt shipments of goods of all kinds
to tile Islands. The people In times
past have had particular reason to feel
grateful to the Oceanic Steamship
Company. Present Indications arc that
this favor has not been misplaced.
for Catholic Women
Washington, Nov. 22. TrlnltyC ol
lege, the newly founded Catholic ll -stlttitlun
for the higher education of
women, was dedicated today with Im
posing ceremonies, tn the presence of a
large assemblage. Including prominent
oNli-InU. many members of the dlplunn
tlc corps and representative educators
fiom various parts of the country.
L The Institution Is one of the moist
ambitious projects of higher education
that has yet received the attention of
the Catholic authorities. Its Inception
and actual execution are due to tho
Bisters of Notre Dame. The plan is
most comprehensive, covering the flri-t
hall dedicated today; a science bulU
lng for physics, psychology, geology
jiiiiI chemistry; an art school, library
building, music hall, gymnasium and
resilience building, Tho nrt school is
promised. The college Is located near
the Catholic University and the
grounds cour twenty-seven acres,
overlooking the Capitol and tho Na
Cardinal Olbbons, In giving his first
blessing to the project, said It would
iclleve the I'nlverslty from the em
barrassment of rcfuBlrjK admission tc
women, many of whom hail applied for
Its higher cducatlun, and would com
plete anil crown the whole system of
Catholic education. The ccremoni -s
concluded with the celebration of pon
tinclnl high mass, by Mgr. Martinelll.
Tho dedicatory sermon was preached
by Right Rev. .Mgr. Conaty. Rector of
the Cnthollc I'nlverslty.
Cluirllu llo.vt D.-ntl.
Charleston, N. II., Nov. 20. Charles
II. Hoyi, the well Known playwrlgl't.
died at his homo lieic tonight of pa
resis, from which he has been sulferlng
for Reveral mouths past. liver since hi
return 10 Charleston after his release
from a private asylum nt Hnrtford by
order of tho Court, early In August. It
' has been known by his attendants tntl
i nearest friends that his condition was
serious and there was little or no
chance for his reeovcty. but Mr. Hoyt
apparently had seemed hopeful of ulti
Invented Photo Uuttonx.
Chicago, Nov. 21. OrvlIIo O. Hursen,
who killed himself by taking strych
nine, wns the originator of the photo
button and wire Jewelry. Ho was born
In Vlcksburg, Mich., In, 1SC0. Ho was
thn Inventor und promoter of many
novelties nnil had accumulated u con
siderable fin tune at the time of lil.i
Refunding OpcrntloiiK Suspended,
Washington. Nov. 21. The Secretary
of the Treasury bus Issued a circular
under today's date suspending refund
ing operations, to take effect December
I 31, 1!00.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into Hie United States from January i.'t
tn Sept. tst, looo.
G. II. MU.MM - CO.'S
IJXTRA UKY 7t,(IT-l cases.
Mnet iV Chandon 34.7U "
I'ommrry .V Gteuu ,, ... K,)U) "
IlledsUkit Co, l.ry Mono
pole ,. li.QU "
Louis Rocdrrrr 5,401 "
All oilier brands nW ''
lOTAL hI70j!o "
-L'umflltl Iron ll.i OlflcMICuilun Hoiim NicoiJi
HACl'ARLANE 4 CO,, LTD,, Sole HthK
Tho Last CARLOAD
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles whicn have just been introduced in the
Uni ed States.
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
, The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranees 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 perfect bakets. Have Self-mounting Cast
Iron Duor, and the entire outside fud'h Is of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is directed to the fact that the Inside of the Sheet-steel Is also Alumlnlzed. which
protects the weatlng 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 Ilest Designed and Best Made Stove for the price ever offtreJ. Heavy
Fire-back, Large Flrc'wA, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. ' ,. j '
The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed,
Luge Brolllng-door, Heavy Boston-ring Covers. Extra Heavy CnMron Sectional
Linings, Large Ash-pan, Rods Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRATE, which
can be Tioved and replaced wltluut disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
AlumlnlfcJ 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 mixture adds strength, prevents blowholes, and Is a benefit to Iron tn every
way. For Sale at the
, HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT o! the
KetitcLstrcct PACIFIC HARDWARK CO., Ltd.
We Have the Sole Agency
For the Cclcbrateda
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture .
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All GoocIh of 8tutlcbalcr
make upc guaranteed reliable.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
The tract slopes genllv up to nn elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a .land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
VVATIjR can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Paiolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
DUE TO-DAY !
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Last Week of the
A First-Class Program.
DON'T MISS IT.
IMMCIIH ttn, no, 7!i.
tinvu I loon Pnuml.
I lit uin may hi had by applk.itioii at
this oll'u nnJ payment of iati of n4v
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
For Sale by Everybody !
BIG BUSINESS BOOM
New York, Nov. 17. Now York city,
the heart of the trade of tho country,
Id bPutliiK fast theso claj'H. Since ek'i'
I'on day, und really for boiiio time before-
that event, there hns been 11 pha
nomennl ndvaueo In values. Business
linn Kept Htep with speculation In 11 ro
niiihiitilu way, anil nobily cares to pre
dict either how far It will bo, or how
loi'K It will continue. The name state of
nltalra Is reported from nearly all over
the count!' by tho World's correspon
dents. Hut piittlciihirly In New York
Ity, whero every lawn concern has 1'4
ol'li'p or Its representative, can pros
perity bo marked as a whole.
I'opiiliitlon of jSow Yorlt,
WiiHlilnitlnu, Nov. 21. Tho imputa
tion of llio Hlulu of Now York, un
uimui'cd today hy the t'i nsus llureuii,
Is 7,2t.i:. us niiillliHt S.UU7.I4.VI III 1W.
un Inucihe 1,1' l,:'"il,l".!l. ur ill !''
MM WW MMIMl W)
IjjGESSLEHS I morning
is MAGIC heodaohoB
Ijj HEADACHES while .
ii WArtrti 3 aresBinfj.
'MWHttfftftWfti ' ii inns v
TURKBV8 - TURKEYS
For Thanksgiving !
HENRY MAY & CO., Boston Block, FORT ST.
TURKEYS - TURKEYS
AT 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 . 'f-
ART LINBN AND OftlBROlDBRY 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 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 and will furn
ish them to plantations, individuals,
firms, or corporations ; will under
take contract work and furnish ex
perienced and reliable contractors.
Telephone, 250 Main.
P. O. Box, 877.
ROOM 15.. Aterclnnt 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. in. to 9:30 p. in.
Tablet - Plower, Fancy, Doll, Hawaiian,
Art Ntedlev'orU,I.ennonade, IceCieam,
Coffee, Grab Box, Candy, and Hum
A bicycle Competition In the Afternoon,
' a poTTuncii
will be served from il a.m. to 2 p.m.
iGoa-Nov. so, aa. 24 16,28, 3ot Dec. 1
We MUET tho
y3 OFF fcg
m lA OFF
UNTIL I'UIUIIIK Noru.i..
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, Ltd.
In Door -
Arch Lamps. , ,.,,
IOO to BOO Candle Power.
A Safe ard Brllllant.Method of Lighting
' that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND SEE Til EM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
- TURKBV8 - TURKEYS
PIIOM EIGHT POUNDS UP
- TURKEVS - TURKEYS
Also a Complete Stock of
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only the first pressing of SelecteJ
Grapes Is used, the subsequent pressings,
not being up to the standard adopted by
the Home of Pommtry, are disposed of
In various ways. Tills Is one of the many
reasons why Pommery Champagne com
mands the highest price the world over.
Peacock & Co.,
Sole Agents, Hawaii Ter.
TZ,. "W. Atkinson
Room II, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
For Ht ues and Rooms, furnished or
... Advertising Commission Agent. .
Awnings and Tents.
cheer up bald heads
New York, Nov. J8. A cable to tho
Bun from Vienna says: Dr. Klenhock
sayh he has illscovercl that lost hair
can be restored by tho use of the X
ray. He Introduced to tho .Society of
1'liyblcluns n man uged -10 years, part
of whoso head had been bald for yearn.
lie applied rays on six occasions, fif
teen minutes each time, In the courte
of two months, with the result that
lie1! has grown thickly on the parts
treated, the test of tho head reuinluliiK
taiWi. Tho society nieinbfis wero not
convinced that Dr. Klenhnck's usser
Hon was well founded nud urged hint
to continue, tho experiments.
IT!) CAUINET TltUUUI.l!.
London, Nov 82, "Tho overthrow of
Marquis Ito's Cabinet," as Hie Yoko
hama correspondent of the Dally Mail,
"Is thrciitt'iicd. Alieady Viscount Kut
Hiilii, Minister of Will', hns teilmied III
(iiliseiiiieme of a scandal iifti'itlnu flit-
shl Tin 11, Minister nf ('iiniiiiiinlciitloii'',
Who Is licensed 11 f uc.ci!Ihk Initio
bribes ami will pnibiibl)' be iiuestiil,
Tim iollli'ill iiiiiinilils nf the arni I
Minister ileiimiiHu li 1 111 us 11 'Tiiiiiiiiiiiiy
ll,' pi'iibilhl)' because lie was fiMliicily
Mlnliler In Iliu CiiIIihI HIalcs."