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THE BVBNtNO IIULLKTINi HONOLULU, II. I rUIOAY, hlsCUMDUR ;, tooo.
Fubllnhril IScry Par except fiumtny,
nt 210 Kind Btrrct, Honolulu,
T. of II., by tho
ui.t.trriN l'Utii.tsiiiNU company.
WALLACE U. l'AUIUNOTON ..IMllnf
DANIEL 1.0(1 AN City Keillor
Entered nt (he Post Odlco at Mono
lulu ai second elms matter
Per month, nnywhero In U, 8, $ ,75
Per srear H.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign...... 13.00
Payable Invariably In Advance.
FRIDAY t)i:Ci:.MHKIt 7. 1900.
The necessity of "convlncliiR'
Chairman llanna of political conditions
In Hawaii is not apparent. Healths
speak lor tbemsehes.
Temporary President Winston's de
termination to got Hoard of Health nf
falis on a "business basis" suggetita
that he Is the man for the permanent
president. It Is the lack of "buslnei
basis" In hwdllng business affairs that
has put the Hoard In Its present prcdl
Humphrey, an unaccountable
appointee of tho President. Ad
vertiser. It does seem sfiange that anyone
however callable should be appointed
to olQce In Hawaii who Is not an en
dorsed member of the Thurston ma
chine. If It be true that the Governor In this
Territory was In no way responsible for
the results of the first election, It Is en
tirely uniHccssary for his purported
friends to come to his defense. ThJ
fact that the Journal duly nuthorlzel
to speak for tho Oovcrnor tnkes tho
positive position that he had no meas
ure of responsibility In the election
results is the best material that could
possibly be obtained to further the end
of an "anti-Dole conspiracy" if stifli
a thing existed. The sltuittnn Is so
well understood by the national Ical-
ers. the degreo of responsibility no well
established by political custom that
tho continued discussion loe.tlly rountn
for llttlc.senlng only to show the w Cah
ners of those endeavoring to estab
llsh a defense by charging opponent.!
will nil the political (.rimes In the
GOOD LAISOR 8CIIEMB.
The mission of Mr. Sllva has more
the uppcaranco of satisfactory success
than any movement thus far proposed
to supply the demand for plaututlo l
labor. If Portuguese families can bo
obtained for the plantations, partlcu
larly from among those who know
what w'6rk on Hawaii plantations is,
the black eye given tho country by
the old contract labor system ought to
be promptly overcome. Return of men
who know- tho country Is tho best ina
teilal the planters can possibly have
for recruiting new material In Ameri
can, Porto Itlcan or Italian sources of
Heretofore every man leaving a Ha
waiian plantation has detailed a talo
of woe that has sptead broadcast and
Incicased steadily In Its horror as It
made its course around the globi.
With the tide once turned, and It be
comes equally well known that whllie
laborers arc returning to the pluntu
tlons, Hawaii tan afford to Join in the
condemnation of past contracts un.1
combine to mttko the sugar plantations
good name a& marked as Its past 1m
been had. Hawaii needs men. Not
Aslntlc slaves nor New Orleans loafers
nor New York bumn, but men willing
to work for good return and fulfill the
duties nnd responsibilities of American
Increase In the steamer traffic with
San Francisco and Pugct Sound porta
as well ns Iniproement of the cluir.ic
tcr of steimers plying In the old lines
Is u portion of Hawaii's shato In tho
general prosperity resulting tiom Am
erican expansion In tho Pacific. Whl'o
this luti eases the local competition it
will also tend to make the cost of liv
Ing In Hawaii cheaper and place tho
necessities' of life furnished by the
butcher and baker nearer a normal
This shortening of distances with out
natural sourco of supply ought to not
only mnko up for the local failure to
furnish supplies which local fields can
pinduce. l)y reducing tho expenses o(
living, It should make tho Islands more
popular for bucIi permanent residents
ob may ho gathered from the Increasing
number of tourists. Finally It should
result In supplying a demand particu
larly apparent at this time moro mon
cy from the outBlde. This Is the one
pressing necessity that appeals to eveiy
citizen, Any channel of Immediate or
prospective relief will be hailed with
Joy by the smallest salaried laborer to
the nist opulent capitalist. With th"
unprecedented Inipeltis tho election of
JIcKlnley has given to all lines of
trade on the Mainland tho day ought
not to bo far distant when Hawaii will
feel the direct benefit gained from out
side capital seeking Investment In the
local Industries as well' n tho II ilea
of supply. That this will come In thn
course of timo may bo accepted as n
foregono conclusion. If Hawaii liops
to get Us full sharo piomptly, when
needed, Its business men will take po'
ttve measures through Its mercantua
organizations towards making a bid
for now capital. No section of tho
United Stutcs offers n, better field for
good dividend paying investments than
Is to bo found right hero In Hawaii.
What Is needed Ib nn active campaign
to start cupltal In this direction.
ID SIM 111
FRESH (iOODS FROM
PUUET SOUND REQULARLY
Elihu Thomson As Pioneer Has Met
With Success That Will be
Promptly Followed Up and
Considerable speculation has been
going on among business circles during
the past few das regarding the possi
bility of the operation of n line of re
frigerator steamers between Honolulu
and Sound ports. Tho Ellhu Thom
son of the Pacific Cold Storage Com
pany of Tacoma arrived here dtirlni
the fore part of the week It being gen
erally supposed tha t she was soma
tramp freight steamer not confined l
any particular run. She discharged her
cargo of refrigerated beef, beer and
general goods consigned to various
concerns, and will leave this afternoon
for the Sound. During an Interview
with A W, Sterrett the superintendent
nnd geneinl manager of the Pacific Col I
Storage Co. he volunteered the follow
"1 am very glad you postponed your
Interview with me for If you had come
tu me nny earlier It would have done
no good ns the plans nnd future Inten
tions of my company had not been
thoroughly mapped out. Now 1 nm at
liberty to glvo you some facts. Our
concern Is known ns the Pacific Cold
Storage Company with liead olflces at
Tacoma and Seattle where In both
places we have extensive Ice plants and
the most cxtcnslvo cold storage syu
tem In the entire north coast, havliu
a capacity for 4000 tons. We do a big
local business In fish freezing and have
the largest Ice plant In Seattle.
Wo ulso have a cold storage
plant at Nome, St. Michaels, and Daw
son and operate two Yukon steamers
called tho Lotta Talbot and Robert
Keir. These two vessels have eueh
cold storage for two bund red tons bd
sldes some 300 tons each of freight
space. When the Ellhu Thomson flrr.t
arrived here wo did not know as to
whether It would pay to operate a regu
lar refrlgeiator lino of steamers or nor,
but having received substantial recog
nition from your business men, you
may state that I am satisfied that there
Is n field hero for a good substantial
line of small steamers to ply regular
ly between the Sound ports and the
Hawaiian Islands. You may also stale
that tho entire tonnago of the nilhti
Thomson Is engaged for the return
trip arriving here about January 10th.
It Is a fact that I was offered more
freight than the vessel could carry,
her capacity being 1100 tons. In two
days I secured 750 tons of freight.
"It Is tho intention of tho company to
Keep the nilhti Thomson on the Ho
nolulu run until next April, when she
will be taken off to make room for a
jarger steamer of from 2000 to 2500
tons rapacity. All the present rcfrlger
actor space onthe Ellhu Thomson his
been engaged but If she could be tak
en off tho run for a week her cold Btor
ago could easily bo Increased one hun
drcd tons more by having two Ice mn
chines, The Thomson can make the
round trip in something like thirty
days. As tho question has been raise 1
In your city regarding our ability to
handle refrigerated meats successfully.
j on may slate that since last April we
have taken Between 7S0 nnd 1000 tons
of hecf and mutton to say nothing nt
poultry, butter, eggs, etc., on our
steamers to the Alaska country, wltrv
out losing a pound, and we stand ready
to forfeit a thousand dollars for any
pound of meat spoiled in transit on our
vessila due to Improper or faulty ro
frlgciatlon. Our company Is composed
of careful and conservative business
men who have n standing reputation
and will glvo a regular steamer set vice
and keep our promises. Thero sro
many tilings connected with the
launching of an enterprise of this mug
nltudo which I shall lay beforo tha
company upon my return, which I nm
satisfied will bo acted upon favorably
by thorn. Tho principal gentlemen be
hind the company are as follows, whlsn
is certainly a guarantee of good faith
with your people: Chas. Richardson,
president; Chester Thorne, president
National Hank of Commerce, Tacoma;
.Ino. M. Mitchell, London; Donald Me
Nab, Edinburgh; Wm. Seddon, London.
Committed to Circuit Court.
The two Japanese who were tried In the
Police Cyurt yesterday on the ct arge of
trespas'lng on the fishing rights of Abr.v
ham Kekal at Kallawa and whose case not
being linlshed, was continued until' today,
appearcJ again In the Police Court tills
forenoon. After argument on both sides.
Judge Wilcox committed the two men for
trial at the next term of the Circuit
IMPORTS OP CHAMPAfiNB
Into the United S'tate from January it
tn Sept. ist. iqoo.
G. H. MUMM , CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
1oet & Chandon 24,713 "
Pommery & Greno 18,393 "
Hledslck 6: Co , ury Mono
pole 6,014 "
l.ouls Roedtrer 5,463 "
All other brands 3; 503 "
TOTAL 170,680 "
Compiled from the Official Cuitom House Ktcorde
M&CFARL4E UOTlTD., Sole Agon's.
For the Holidays
iiSlFRENCH CHINA .totiuus.
FIINE CUT GLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
h Great Variety.
and METAL BRIC A BRAC unrein.
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
mDT CT ADT nCDADTMCMT
Celebrated Shidebaker Goods
Are Without Pee
H n fl n n ft fli iBir a
Dump Carts. Delivery Wagons, Lumber Wagons
1 A FULL LINE OF
BUGGIES AND HARNESS
AT COST I'RICLS.
yi WrlUiYiAiM, PMwten Fnrt in'd AIUm StrM.
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it A
Due lo arrive Ex.
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,000,000) Red Brick.
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd, :
' HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. ;
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Chriphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co., .
Dicks Balata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing 5
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines. ;
K: DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness, ?
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises, .
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Ritles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps, ?
ft General Hardware and Plantation Supplies. )'
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it 't 'tit it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it'!,
CHARITY BALL ROMANCb
New York, Nov. 20, Millionaire
Olovannl Moroslnl announced lod.iy
tho murrlago of Ills eon, Attllo P., tn
Miss Mary Washington IlonJ, the beau
tiful Washington Botlety girl, who last
j car was tho hello of tho charity ball,
confirming the stoiy circulated In up
town clubs last night, Tho elder Jlo'0
slnl was opposed to tho match simply
on rellgous grounds. Young Moroslnl
met his wlfo first at tho charity lull,
and his attentions were- bo assiduous
thereafter that society expected the an
uounrement of tho riiEugcraent at tho
opening of tho present winter B3,Hon,
but Instead they heaid minors of
Tluee weeks ago tho umawajs went
to an Itnllan priest Sn Jersey City, a
friend of tho Moroslnl family, who're
fusod tn perform tho ceicmony without
the consent of tho elder Moroslnl. Thu
(ouplu Immediately sought and found
a priest who asked no questions. Tho
lirldo was admittedly tha most beauti
ful member of tho Southern colony In
Washington. She Is a grnndnlece of
George Washington. Moroslnl Ib a nm.
ly fellow, who holds a responsible posi
tion with tho New York Central railroad.
Capacity 1,000 to t2,cco lbs.
it it it it it it it i- it it it it it it it it it it :t
For Sale by Everybody 2 ,
Change of Program.
A New Farce by CONLON and
"UNDER THE GASLIGHT"
A FIRST-CLASS VAUDEVILLE BILL.
Instrumental, Vocal, Athletic
and Laughable Specialties by
THE BEST OF TALENT.
PRICE8-2S, SO, 75s.
Fine Job Printing at the .iulletln
Ex. ELIHU THOMPSON.
PRE8H Fancy Creamery Butter,
-AT POPULAR PRICES.
A Large,,Invoice of the Latest and Swelltst Creations just received
from New York. These Hats
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
HAIR GOODS constantly on hand.
Miss M, E. Killean, ,,
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arrived per Bktne. "PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOHA"
3 grades, brewed by the famous
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis,
In Cases and Barrels, Quarts and Pints, to suit all
tastes and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREMIUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole AQcnttt lop the Hawaiian Islands.
TRACT, the "Best" Tonic, to be the only Malt
Extract absolutely Pure and Perfect.
KterTavc M MALT EXTRACT,
W. C. PEACOCK
fa H 1 1 I 9
W. C. Peacock &
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lessons In AltT EMBROIDERY will
bo given by Mrs. H. H. Williams at the
City Furniture Btore, Fort street
First Class stamping dont.
MRS. H.'H. WILLIAMS.
IOO to IOO Candle Power.
A Safe intl Brilliant Method of Lighting .
tint you an rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfirlane,
Fancy Navel Oranges
BOSTON BLOCKr FORT ST.
are marked down to Bedrock Ficures.
Work. Also a Complete Stock of
HIE UNITED STATES G0NERNMENT CHEMISTS
in a careful examination of the Malt Extracfs
of the World, found PABST MALT EX
The name PABST on every cork. AT DRUGGISTS.
THE "BEST" TONIC.
& CO, lid, StrT.
, MAIN 199
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