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UU.IITIN l'Ulll.lHIIINO COMPANY.
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DANIIM, UKJ AS Cltr IMHor
Knitted fll the l'oat Ultlce at Hono
lulu iu itrconil ctati maUir
Ttt month, inlicro In U. 8. ..I ,75
Per rear " " " t.oo
Per yinr, poMpalil, foreign 13.00
Faral'lc Invariably In advance.
Pot Omcc Hot 718
wi:t)Ni:si)AY....i)i:cK.ini:it 6, 1000.
President Knieer Is fast becomliiE
the biggest ngtiro In Kurope as regards
spcctnc-ulnr play. Trust the French to
make the most of a lyan who seek the
Ucfial of tbo llrltlsh.
All hall 11 reduction In the. price list
of meats foreshadowed by Manager Wat
tier's statement to the llulletln. It Is to
Jbe hoped that when we have two meat
, companies they will combine to re
el it re still more the prcts of the neces
sity of life.
The opposition to the local adminis
tration developing In Washington Is an
Indication of what was expected of our
Governor In the recent election. As
suggested by this paper at the time
Mr. Haywood's position In Washington
will be generally accepted as that of a
lobbyist. It he takes a hand In poli
tical affairs he will merely discredit
his own standing and that of the In
terests he represents.
In the death of Senator Cushman K.
Davis the nation loses one of Its ablest
nnd most conservative legislators and
the Territory of Hawaii a poverf'l
friend. As chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations committee Mr. Davis
has been nn ncthe factor In carrying
the nation through one of the most cri
tical periods of Its history. With tho
country developing a new foreign poli
cy bringing It Into sharp contact with
Kuropcan courts, the experience and
ability of tills statesman could HI af
ford to bo lost.
CARTER SAWTHE GAME
New Haven, Nov. 20. Probably His
longest journey ever made to Bee n
football contest was that of George
Carter and his wife, who came: half way
across the Pacific ocean and crossed
this continent, traveling thousands of
miles to sec Ynle defeat Harvard. .
Carter Is an old Yale tackle, and ho
and his wife left home In Hawaii on
November 7th. The sole purpose of
their visit to this city was to see tin
great football contest, and they arrived
here on Friday, after steaming across
the Pacific to San Francisco and n ride
across the country In the fastest ex
press trains. Carter and his wlfo left
this city on their return trip tonight.
To a World reporter Carter said:
"It was worth all the energy expended
to sec such a victory for Yale. I
would come again to see It. It was tho
first good chance I had to cheer for
Yale In years, and I made the most of
MORGAN AND THE CANAL
New iork, Nov. 27. Senator
John T. Morgan of AInbama Is iiuoteil
In a Trlbuno special from Washington
as saying In nn Interflow nbout (ho
Nlcaraguan canal project:
"I enn see no reason why tho canal
measuro should not go through this
session. livery senator wno has thus
rar returned to Washington 1ms ex
pressed his willingness ami determliri
tlon to voto for It, nnd l liavo no doubt
that n large majority of the annate will
voto for the bill when mu time nnlvos
Tho trouble has boon, and Is likely to
be. In ktcun.it; permission to tonsid r
the bill, vt'liin n vote Is taken n Brent
majority will votn in its favor. I am
In faor of tl. ratification of tho Hay
Pit.'ticcioto treaty, and ,
treaty will bo disposed of favorably."
OLD ELI VICTORIOUS
New Haven, Conn,, Nov. 21. A
victory long delayed perched upon tho
liluo banner of old ule today when
tho foot bull team of tho university
smothered tho Harvard eleven In tho
annual contest on tho gridiron. For
tho first tlmo slnco 1S1M Ynlo scored
a victory over Harvard, and with It
took sweet rovengo for Harvard's mer
ciless performance In Now Haven two
years ago, when tho crimson eclipsed
tho blue by the score of I Mo 0. Today
Ynlo administered to Harvard n Water
' loo to tho tuno of :-8 to 0. It was Yulo
from tho first klek-olf, nnd tho wearers
oj the blue seemed bent on punishing
Harvard to the limit.
Plnril $;jOO 11 ml CoHtH.
In the Police Court this forenoon
Poloalea was fined $500 nnd costs and
sentenced to three months' Imprison
ment on tho chnigo of selling spirituous
liquor without i llcenso. Thu stiff
sentence was Imposed because of tho
fjet that this was Poloalea's second of
fense. Ho was fined $100 nnd costs yes
terday on the snmo charge, L'noch
Johnson, attorney for tho defendant,
lias noted an appeal and Poloalea Is out
011 ball In tho sum of $700.
Kauwlla, charged with larceny In
tho second degree, has been committed
to tho Circuit Court for trial.
W. O, Crowell, who was recently ap
pointed deputy sheriff of Koloa, Kauai,
Is now on active duty as n member of
the police force of that Island. Ho went
up last Tuesday.
HIS FIRST SET SI'ttCH
AFTER THE ELECTIONS;
Considers Result a Rfasstrtion of Old I
American Principles-No Doubt
ing the Temper of the
Philadelphia, Nov. 21. Presi
dent McKlnlcy today paid his first
lslt to this city since his election nnd
met with an enthusiastic reception.
Ho came ns the guest of the Union
League, having tieen invited to attend
tho founders' day banquet of that or
ganization, 'ihc president was accom
panied by all tho members of his cabi
net, with the exception of Secretary
Hoot, who Is In Cuba.
In the course nt his speech the presi
"Somo disappointments follow all
elections. Hut all men rejoice when nn
election Is so decisive as to admit ot
neither dispute nor contest. The value
of n national victory can onjy be right
ly measured nnd nppreclateu by what
It nverts ns well as by what It accom
plishes. It Is fortunate for the party
In power If It understands tho true
meaning of the result. Thoo charged
o the people with the administration
nnd legislation nre required to Inter
pret ns well ns to execute tho public
will, and Its rightful Infipretntlon Is
essential to Its faithful execution.
'Wo cannot overestimate the great
Importance nnd the far-reaching conse
quences of tho electoral contest which
ended on the 1..1 of November. It has
to me no personal phase. It Is not tho
triumph of an individual nor altogether
of a party, but an emphatic declara
tion by the people of what they believe
and would have maintained In govern
ment. A great variety of subjects was
presented nnd discussed In tho prog
ress of the campaign. Wo mny differ
ns to the extent of Inlluenco of tho
several Issues Involved, but we nro all
agreed as to certain things which It
settled. It records the unquestioned
Indorsement of tho gold stnndard. In
dustrial Independence, broader mar
kets, commeielnl expansion, reciprocal
trade, the open door in China, tho in
vlolnblllty o public faith, tho Indepen
dence nnd authority of tho Judiciary
nnd pence nnd beneficent government
under Amerlcnn sovereignty In tho
Philippines. Amerlcnn credits nro un
impaired, the honor 01 tho Amerlcnn
flag unsullied, nnd tho obligations of
n righteous war and treaty of neaco
BRITISH NOT SUPREME
London, Nov. 28. The Dally Mill
publishes this morning the following
alarmist dispatch from Cape Town:
"The antl-Hrltlsh feeling In Caie
Colony Is assuming dangerous propor
tion, owing to false stories spread of
Drltlsh barbarity in Orange niver
Colony and the Transvaal. Loyalists
fear that the Dutch congress next week
will be the signal for n rising, nu.t
they demand that martial law be pro
claimed throughout the colony. Th,
situation Is declared to be graver than
at any previous time during the war."
Referring editorially to Its Cape
Town advices, the Dally Mall adopts .1
most serious tone, asserting that th
nntl-Urltlsh movement Is accentuated
by the withdrawal of troops from Cap
Colony, nnd calling for vigorous nctlo.i
by tho llrltlsh Government.
THAT HONGKONG JUNTA
New York, Nov. 23. A special to I he
Herald from Washington says: While
Great llrltaln may deny the request of
the United Stntcs that the Filipino Jun
ta at Hongkong be suppressed, the
lulled States authorities will lnsl
that measures be taken to prevent tho
violation of neutrality. A high author
ity said today that this Government
entertained little expectation that
Great III Haiti would be able to suppress
the Junta, but It does expect the Lou-
I don Government to maintain such a
strict supervision over tho operations
of tho Junta as to prevent It frjm
shipping arms and supplies.
Tho authorities have no doubt that
many of the arms delivered to the Fili
pinos aro of American make, though
tho Germans and Drltlsh Beem to have
been doing tho bulk of the business.
The authorities have been unable to
obtain direct evidence to prove that
American manufacturers are supplying
tho Filipinos, but an energetic Investi
gation Is afoot.
Two Japanese appeared In thq, Police
Court this forenoon on the chnrgo of
running a boarding house In Kaknalto
without being provided with the iiccet
sary llcenso from tho Hoard of Health.
They were represented by Attorney
Drooks who nsked that their cases go
over until a week from dato In order
to allow tho men to fill In their premi
ses so as to be In n position to get tho
licenses. There being no objection on
the part of tho prosecution, tho castfs
went over to tho tlmo mentioned.
IMPOHTS OF CHAMPAGNE
into the United States from January i.t
M Sept. 1st, looo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXT K A DRY 70,074 casts.
Vlost & Chandon ,.., W.713 "
Pommery 'V Greno 18,301 "
Hledstck & Co , Dry Mono
pole 6,914 "'
Louis Roederer 5,463 "
All other brands wi "
TOTAL -170,680 "
Coroplltd Iron th Officii! Custom rlouM Rrcorif
HACFARLAKE & COLTD., Sole tynK.
TUB BVBNtNO HULt.RTtNl HONOLULU,
FINE CUT OLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
and METAL BRIC
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC .HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the DLD MASTERS at the
CADT CT adt ncni nritrviT
Celebrated Studebaker Goods
Arc Without n Peer
A FULL LINE OF
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE !
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
r 1 MAGNIFICENT VIEW!
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
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
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Paiolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. Ft COOKE, Manager.
Room S, Model Block.
A Tlioroughly First-class and
Refined Vaudeville playing to
Big Houses Nightly.
ENTIRE CHANGE FROM LAST WEEK
AN I1XCEPTIONAL ORCHESTRA.
IMJICIZ8-2C, 50, 75c.
FlneJob Printing at the bulletin
Oflco. ' v
H, l WHDWSflAYi
al Cut Rates.
in Great Variety.
Capacity i,ooo to 12,000 lbs.
Q J k
Voon6, Lumber Wagons
AT cost prices.
Pet 'ten Fort nd Alakca Street.
For Sale by Everybody !
I mm W m IB
W ill m m B H
W. C. Peacock &
Art Dmbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMDItOIDEnY will
be given by Mrs. H. H. Wllllamii at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street
First Class stamping dont,
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS.
TURKBV8 - TURKBV8 -
For Christinas !
HENRY MAY & CO.,
-rAT 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 Holiday Pre
sent than some of this Artistic Work. Also a Complete Stock of
HAIR GOODS constantly on hand.
Miss M. E. Killean,
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arfived per Bkine. "PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOHA"
3 grades, brewed by the famous
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis,
In Cases and Barrels, Qu rts and Pints, to suit all
tastes and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREMIUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD fir CO., Ltd.
60I0 Agcntti fop the Hnwnllun Islands.
Champagne Nature (Yin Brat),
SERVED at he Banquets
in Cherbourg and Versailles,
tendered by the French Nation
to the CZAR of RUSSIA.
Co., Ltd,, St8.
IOO to lOOiCnmllt Mowip.
A Sife in J ilrlllUnt Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Soluble for
Parlors, Haiti, Churches or
CALLfAND SUE THEM.I
C. W. Macforlanc,
TURKBV8 - TURKBVS
FROM lUfillT P0UND8 UP
Boston Block, FORT ST.
In the manufacture of Pommery Cham
pagne only theVirst pressing of Selected
Grapes Is used, the subsequent pressings,
not being tp to the standard adopted by
the Hou'e of Pontir.rry, 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.
George Goulet, Extra Dry.
Jules Mumm & Co., Extra Dry.
IN QUARTS AND IPINTS, AT
F. A.fSchaefer & Co's
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS 'EAOII
On sale at office of . . .
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