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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, DECEMBER to, 1900.
FnEllsheil' Every Day except Sunday,
5atvil0 KIiir Street, Honolulu,
T. of H., by the
! - ITT.l.RTIM ltt1lt.tRII1Mrl nnMI'AMV.
O W4M.ACE H. FARK1NQT0N ..Editor
fj? 'fortlEL. LOQAN City Editor
Entered at the Pott OHlce at Hono
lulu as second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U. S. $ .75
Per year " " " 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post OOlce ISox 718
MONDAY. . .
.DKCE.MIIEU 10. 1C0.
Democrats who contributed to the
national campaign now discover that
they were simply paying the bills for
personal advertising trips by W. J.
Ilryan and Mr. Towne. No wondr
there Is talk of reorganizing the Dem
ocracy and placing principles above
Reports from various portions of tho
Pacific In the pathway of the storm In
which Hawaii participated, go far to
waids upholding our Island reputation
for weather. Although uiir "kona" was
n severo one and occasioned sonic prop
erty loss. It w.is a nii're shower com
pared with destructive storms on the'
Coast and the wild typhoons of tho
It would be quite In keeping wllh
the "management" of the Republican
campaign, for the Executive rommltto
to take action this evening directly op
posed to that decided upon by the
legislative representatives of the pat
ty. Thus tho cross purposes unilir
which the Republicans appear most
unhappily would be complete. Republi
cans as a party have no business In nil
Independent party caucus though they
are Imlted to participate. It Republi
cans are desirous of superiority In par
ty stultification, the Executive commit'
lea will pl.tco Itself in a position an
tngoulstlc to the ury small represent
tlou It has In the House and Senate.
The South African news sugges's
that the ilrltisb will have more troi
ble on their hands of a decidedly s
rloii8 character. The Uoers have cer
tainly made a huge success of knocking
llrltlsh military reputations Into a
cocked hat. The cuptuin of n good sit
ed Ilrltlfli garrison Just before Rob
erts' departure, puts a thorn In his
lam el wreath and helps the reputation
of Duller to quite an extent. Con
sidering Unit Cape Colony Is largely in
sympathy with tho fighting Transvaal
and Kree State Uoers. It will bo Bur
prising If Kitchener's policy of devas
tation proves a Buccess. While mak
ing tho enemy's country Imposslb'c
to live upon, he Is stirring up the Ire
of a strong hitherto neutral body In hh
Tho cotcrlo of otherwise sane citi
zens who have dubbed the Marconi
wireless system of tPlegraphy a fake
will soon have an opportunity to prove
with what superior Judgment they have
studied the Invention. Messages Hash'
ed acioss the channels, and tho mens
ages exchanged between the yacht I-u
I'aloma and tbo Oahu station are ample
evidence to those w ho will stop to
think', that tho system Is cuthely prn
tlcal, although tho proper Installation
has bem long delayed. In view of til
rapid strides Mnrconl Is making In tli-j
development of his system for long dls
tnuces, it docB seem within tho range cf
possibilities that ho will have sent a
message across tho Atlantic by wire
less telegraph, before Congress passts
tho bill for the Pacific cable construc
The prompt releaso of tho Porto III-
cans bound for Hawaii on their arrival
at New. Orleans Is qulto refreshing, as
an cvldcnco that quibbling over cltl
zenshlp hns l)icn given n vacation. If
the pcoplo of Porto Rico nro not cltl
zens of tho United Stuten, and entitled
to travel through the country us such,
then the United States must take tin
responsibility of aeciailng people uu
der its flag to bo without a country
Should nn overt net arftlnst a foreign
representative no commuted by a I'oe-
to Rlcan citizen, tnero Is llttlo doubt
that tho United States State depart
ment would bo ended upon to answer
for It. Having assumed the responsibil
ity for these people, It Is tho wllde.it
nonsense for executive ofllclals of the
United States to hold them at arms
length to bo treated ns subjects or
Call for Troops In Tcxax.
St. Louis, Nov. 30. A special to
tbo Post-Dispatch from Austin, Tex ,
says: Officials of tho Southwestern
Telegraph and Telephone Company
called on the Governor today and nskd
for protection. The Chief ExecutUo
was asked to send troops to Snn An
tonlo to suppress ilotlng and keep tho
pence there. It is understood the fim
cmor has promised to send St.re
troops or a company, of rangers thevj.
This appeal Is tho result of n riot yes
terday at San Antonio between tolo
phono strlkern unit electrical worker
and the police. In which two men waro
Tho arrival of tho magnificent mw
steamer Sierra of tho O. & O. 8. 8. Co.
In tho port of Honolulu on or ubout the
ISth lust, should bo accorded a lecep-
Hon by tho people In general. It marks
n new departure In tho history and do
Vftlopmeut of the commercial Interims
of tho entlro group of Islands, by ilosir
rnniuiunlcatlon with tbo ports of tho
From Maui Island
Walluku, Dec. S. There wns a con
cert nt Haleatolci, Lahalnn, Friday
evening. The proceeds were for the
benefit of the Wnlneo church. The I.a
halnaluna boyc and Hiiclo songstcis
participated In the concert. Another
concert will bo glcn In the same plare
Saturday owning by the same people
for the benefit of tho Huelo church.
Manager 1.. Ah I horn ot Pioneei Mill
Co., I.alinlnn, was serenaded by tho
Labnlna band nt his home last even
ing. The boys gave the captain n faro
well concert In honor ot his proposed
tour to the Fatherland, Captain and
Mrs. Ahlborn left for Honolulu by the
Klnau this morning. Assistant Manag.-r
llarfkhauscn will hac free charge In
tho nbsenco of the captain.
I.alinlna Is now the proud possessor
of n brass band of thirteen pieces tinder
the lendershlp of one .of the Catholic
priests. Tho boys received their new
Instruments from Honolulu this week.
Theso were secured by subscription.
Lnhnlna will not longer depend on a
chance visit of the Honolulu bnnd to
hear music ot n high order.
The boys have been practicing dur
ing tho week, ami the music resembles
very much that of the Portuguese ban)
on Punchbowl which wns started sev
eral years ago. Most ot the members
are Hawnllans, which Is an nssurance
that the band will gradually Improve
under the direction of Its leader.
On legal holidays the band may be
useful to company 1 which will be or
ganized nt Wntlukti the latter part ,'
this month when -Msjor J. V. Pratt
will come up from Honolulu to preside
nt the election of officers.
TUB TURKISH AFFAIR.
Washington, Nov. 30. No proposi
tion has come to the United States Co- -ernment
from Turkey looking to t
payment ot mlslsonary claims un.n
the guise of nn order for n war shlu
be built In tho United States. Whl)
It Is hardly expected that any forma
proposition of this kind will bo forth
coming. It Is, of course, beyond Hi
power of the State Department to pre
cnt or Interfere with any nrrangcmor
that the Turkish Go ernment mny en
ter Into with American shipbuilders
and Individual claimants. The polo .
nftor'fill, to have tho claims paid, ami
the State Department oftlcnls are not
very particular ns to the form In which
the payments arc made. Perhaps the;'
are Indifferent In this respect becauxe
of the knowledge of tho fact that the
Turkish Government might be terribly
embarrassed by the pressuro of Emo
pcan creditors were the United States
Government to Insist upon certain
forms of procedure in this case.
Thero nro no developments In the
negotiations respecting tho exequatur
of Dr. Norton, who would bo United
States Consul nt Harpoot. The matter
Is still ono of correspondence, nnd tho
authorities hero nro confident that the
Turkish Government will, In tho end,
yield on this point.
FA6THST TIIOTTHR SOLD.
New York, Nov. 30. There wns
largo crowd In Madison Square Gar
den today, the attraction being the an
nouncement that Tho Abbott, tho hold
er of tho world's trotting record ol
-:3',i. was to bo put up for sale by tho
Faslg-Tlpton auctioneer. There wus
much discussion as to whether the
price for the famous trotter would
equal or exceed the 111,000 paid for
Will Drop llnrrlHOit.
Now York, Nov. 30. A special to tho
Herald from Washington says: Lieut.
Col. Russell II. Harrison, son of former
President Harrison, will cense to be an
offlcer of the Army on Saturday, De
cember 1st. Earnest representations of
friends and personal appeals made to
the President nnd Secretary of War
liavo failed nnd ho will bo discharged
In accordance with tho terms of the or
der Issued while Secictnry Root wns l:i
Lleut.-Col. Harrison, It Is further
said, ha3 shown no special aptitude for
Another voyago Is to be made by the
brig John D. Spreckels to the island ol
Guam, preparations being under way
by tho Western Commercial Company
to dispatch the vessel by tho Bth or
7th of this month with n full cargo of
general merchandise. Tho company
hns received nows of the terrible storm
that swept Guam last month, but ns
nothing was mentioned in tho cnbln
srnm concerning Injury to the Western
Commercial Compuny's pioperty thero.
It Is presumed that the stores were not
damaged. Tho Spreckckls has been
lying In Oakland creek slnco her re
turn from Guam several weeks ugo.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United Statu from January f ,'t
to Sept. IM. iqoo.
G. H. MUMM St CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
Mot & Chandon : 21,713 "
Pominery & Grcno l8,39j "
Hledslck & Co , Dry Mono-
, . pole 6,Qi4 "
Louis (oedtrer 5,463 "
All other brands 303 "
TOTAL 170,080 "
Con;ll4 from tin OMcUl Cutlon IIoum KtcorJi
HACFARLAHK 4 COTLTD., Sole en's.
For. the Holidays
Lines of EnpvrH THIN A , , A
.niiviivu viunrt ai whi naies.
FINE CUT GLASS ..i'lVtiU
At a discount of
and METAL BRIC A
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the DLD MASTERS at the
FORT ST. ART
Celebrated Studehaker Goods
Arc Without n Peer.
Dump Carts, Delivery Wagons, Lumber Wagons
A FULL LINl- OF
BUGGIES AND HARNESS
AT COST I'RICUS.
a a a it it it it a ; it a it it a :nt
Due to arrive Ex.
Ten Thousand 0,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 190009000 Red Brick.
THEO.H. DAVIESS CO., Ltd,
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clarlphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Balata Beeting, Roqhe Harbtjr Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Bras Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises, j.v
Matting baes, Linoleum'Rltles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
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You will be
much worry in
Presents by having: vis
show you our Holiday
Stock of PIANOS.
Sold On Easy
? BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ltd.
at 'from marked prices
'In Great Variety.
Capacity 1,000 to i2,ceo lbs.
Between Fort anj Alakci Street.
it it -:t it it a it t t it it it it it a
"JOHN CURRIER." t
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25 per cent
ALL. READY FOR YOUR
Ex. ELIHU THOMPSON.
FRESH Fancy Creamery Butter,
Fancy Navel Oranges
LEMONS, LEMONS, LEMONS-
HENRY MAY & CO.,
ft l -. ; ' BOSTON BLOCK. FORT ST.
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 ai a Holiday Pre
sent than some of this Artistic Work. Also a Complete Stock of
HAIR GOODS constantly on hand.
Miss M. E. Klllean
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arrived per Bktne. "PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOHA"
3 grades, brewed by the famous
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis,
In Cases and Barrels, Qu-fts and Pints, to suit all
tastes and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREMIUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole AQcntB fop the lluwnllan Itiltinda.
THE UNITED STATES GONERNMENT CHEMISTS
in a careful examination of the Malt Extracts
of the World, found PABST AALT EX
TRACT, the "Best" Tonic, to be theONLY Malt
Extract absolutely Pure and Perfect.
The name PABST on every cork. AT DRUGGISTS.
THE "BEST" TONIC.
W. C. "fcACOCK & CO., LlO., FOr HAWAII TER.
ALWAYS SUITABLE POR
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Piano Scarfs, .
Music Rolls, Etc.
100 to BOO Candle Power.
ASf and BrlltlintMethoJ of Lighting
that you cm relv on. Suitable fori
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AriD BEE THEM.
C. W. Micfarlane, .
? Hotel Street.