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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. I., MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1900
Published Every Day except Sundny,
at 210 KltiR Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by tlio
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
.DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
nfutercT aftfio Pout OITlco at Hono
lulu as second class matter
Per month, anywhere In V. 9. ..$ .75
Per year 'wu
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Offlce Box '"
DECHMIIEII 17. 19u0
Tho appointment of Demoi nitlc post
masters by a llepublli.in ulmlnlstra
tlon Is a phase of polltlt-.il 1 intention In
Hawaii that nccompllshei, .m thing ex
cept tho strengthening of party nlle
Elauce along American lini-
It'ls understood that Attorney Weav
er has been busy for sometime past
framing a city charter foi Honolulu. U
Is to bn hoped that the Republican
charter commission Is not to he orgw
lzed for the purpoo of going tlmjiwh
the form of accepting a 1 harter already
Vhe marked wiwlrnn shown by the
Maul News In its .iho.ncy of a spl't
ticket that made .1 miserable failure
iloei not add to th r f thnt paper's
post mortem on tin- local clectluiH.
Furthermore, the Ne snbscnlenc
to the favor of the Omernor Is too op
' parent to credit Its comment with any
degree of Independence.
"Mr. Haywood, who is an Ameri
can citizen with large lnllucnco In
Washington " Adiertlser.
"And through his (Haywood's)
father-in-law hat mlluenco In direc
tions whhli few people are able to
Arcordlng to this Interpretation ol
Mr. Hnywood's 'Influence" by the ofll
clal organ and its echo, fathcrs-ln-la v
seem to be at a premium.
Judging from the despatch of Land
Commissioner Drown to Washington,
It would appear that our "Government"
Is not satisfied with the Investigations
of District Attornej llalrd. The Kciler
al authorities ought to know by this
time that lb- Territorial governors of
Hawaii will brook no Interference with
their plans by anyone outside the fata
lly circle. Go on Mr. Drown, nnd miv
you never have reason to w lsh that you
had not been delegated to rattle around
In Federal departments when your nil
lce has not been sought.
"Any charter committee Is good;
enough which understands that th
clty does not want a charter and
and would bo better of for seernl
years without one." Advertiser.
This streak of honesty on the pa'rt of
the morning organ Is the except'o.t
that proves Its ruling dishonesty. It is
safe to say that this paragraph epito
mizes the ruling motive of the opposi
tion offered to the Honolulu charter
ly the Advertiser and those It repi
sents. Every member of the charter
commission Is urged to exercise hla
nhllty for dishonesty to the limit. Un
der the guise of framing u charter, the.
members are supposed to do all possi
ble to prevent a charter being framed
or acccptedniy the pioplc.
The Importation of nny considerable
number of negro families for the Ha
waiian plantations Is nn eventuality of
the demand for labor that the peop.o
cannot view with Indifference. The In
fluence of the aeruge negro laborer nt
its best is not for social or political ad
vanccment. The South today Is stead
ily displacing the negro with tho Euro
pean raco where possible. There If
every reason why Hawaii should not
mark Its progress by creating rendi
tions Blmlllnr to those of the Sou'h
even of today. Tho more American
negroes there aro brought to this Th -rltory,
tho harder It will lie to ohtui.i
whlto men for field lnbor Their In
fluence on agricultural labor will he
the same ns that of the Asiatic, woise
even In view of tho fact thnt the Am
erican negro will exercise full rights of
citizenship. We want no Southern race
war and shot gun politics In Hawaii.
Consolidation of corporations ought
to go one step further. Tho telephone
company nnd the electric light com
pany, both monopolies have for many
months past been in sharp competition
In an apparent endeavor to determine
which is capable of giving its patrons
the worst service. Let theso two In
competent monopolies combine and it
would bo difficult to equal them any
where on tho fuco of tho globe.
Tho electric company Is tho moro to
bo condemned for Its failure to main
tain n servlco thnt can bo dependel
upon, becauso this company Is protect
ed to n certain extent in Its monopoly
by the exclusive prlvlcges of Its chir -
UT. Ill 1110 I11IUNI Ol IIIU IMIBIl'Bl 1111, 1
day season tho whole romimmlly U
held up part of llio day by n lireuk down
lit tbu winks. Exi'liislvn dialler priv
ilege prtwuppiHic nn equipment "rit
will inul.ii power supply n constant
ipinnllly. Tim stockholder)) of thU
t-iilporutlnn bare been drawing down
Kood kltfi) dlvlilenik fur ywim. Tint
this bus been dime nt lbs txinns of
Hie pooplo l now iipmrnl from IN
unidltliiii of lir plant ilepfcuiliint upon a
(lliitlu iikiiii Mhh'li KIOS In 1m worn
Tim piIii. wild llils I'ltiilrlo
light l4lllu(Mr uwylit (li L" t!lMwU
,ii 11 11 it) no iMalMlll' ti ttllwl
Another Witness In
Howard Case Gone
Matt Howard appeared again In tho
police 1 curt this afternoon on tho
a-imo old charge of nnsautt with a
deadly weaimm Deputy Siiti'rllY dill
HiiRwortli nuked that tho easn ro over
njrnln ns the witness llalley hnd not
ct been found, although It was (Irmly
believed the man was on the Island
Attorney Straus, representing tho
defense, called tho attention of tho
court to the fact that lluckloy, tho
principal witness for tho prosecution
hnd Rone to San Francisco In the Zen
landln, well knowing thnt the enso
una to come up today It wnB rtlso til
fact that nothing definite had ben
learned about tho whereabouts of
llalley. Taking theso facts Into con
sideration, It as certainly not proper
thnt the defendant should be forced
to 1eae his cash ball with tho police
department. Ho should be allowed to
go on his own recognizance.
Mr. riillllngworth stated that lluck
lev had gone to tho Coast to find Borne
other witnesi'. Perhaps llalley lilni
seli might be there. Judge Wilcox
put the case ocr until Wednesday, .it
the same time making the retnnrk
that he would keep continuing the
ease until some one became tired and
put In an nppearanco. Ho then turn
ed' to Mr. Chllllngworth nnd said:
My adWco Is that you require cash
ball of the defendant. This Is only
my ndvlce. It won't cost jon any
thing." It Is therefore very probable thnt
Howard will have to leave his ball
money In the hands of the depart
ment. Oct Tourlut Trnvcl.
(Krom tho Maul News.)
No moro time should bo delayed (11
organizing an effort to divert tourist
travel to the lslands' A bureau
should nt onco bo created, with a live
man at the head of It, Dan Logan, for
Instance, nnd funds should ha raised
to print ami distribute attractive liter
ature from Mnlne to California. Ha
waii will work up beautifully In II'
lustrated tourist guides, without nny
overdoing, nnd tho benefits of"n larijo
tourist travel aro so patent and con
vincing that It Is almost criminal to
neglect exploiting this field any longer.
Deputy Sherltf ot Hnwnll.
H, S. Ovcrcnd, for years the deputy
sheriff of the tlamakua district nnd
.who for the last six weeks, or two
months, has been sojourning In Jlono
lulu, helping along tho work of Inn
police department, hns been appointed
by High Sheriff Drown to he deputy
sheriff of Hawaii under SherifT An
drews. He will leave for his new post
In the Klnnu nt noon tomorrow. sin-i-
j Iff Audi ph s will also be a passenger to
Illto Rnllrond AlnttePH.
The llllo Rnllrond Co. mnde n eon
tract with I.. M. Whltehouse n Bhnt
time ko for the hultdlnR of a section
of nlxteeA miles of road In Puna. Mr
Whltchoucchns already got to uorknuil
hai completed in the neighborhood of
two miles of tho road. This, of conjee,
will he a continuation of the 11I112
miles of track already laid along th"
Wnlluku Drug Store.
Walluku, Dec. 15. Th now build
ing of the Maul Drug Company at tho
corner of Main and High streets, Wnl
luku, Is progressing very rapidly
When completed It will ho ono of tho
biggest, stnunchest nnd handsome3t
buildings in tho old town of Wnlluku.
. . - -1 a -1 1 1 11 n 11 1
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the UnltedSlate from January t.'t
to Sent. 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 7H.074 casts.
Hoet & ChanJon 24.713 "
Pommery & Greno 18,303 "
Hledslck & Co , Dry Mono-
pole 6,914 "
l.ouls Roederer 54G3 "
All other brands 3; W3 "
TOTAL...... 170,680 "
Compllt Irom tht Official Cutloo IIoum Record!
BACFARLAHE "co7lTD Sole HmK
m m m
The Only Evening
Attraction in Honolulu
, Fl'rst-claSS Program am URCd
to please all and ofTend none,
A Conn-ily in out' Act
Chciinpngiie mid Oysters !
by CONI.ON and KYDER
arid an excellent arled
rlcu Un, HO, 7fic,
"l:c" Alallncc on Saturday,
' lift CUIIIH,
JJFRENGH CHINA at Cut Kates.
RIINE CUT QLASS
At a discount of
and METAL URIC A
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
FORT ST. ART
Celebrated Stisdebaker Goods
Arc 'Without a Peer.
J n Jlfl r.i
K1 523??lTn t?55S53FKB SSSWXBK&m !ffl'fiaS5a
m kwm ...syytw iii:mgmmmmMK witi'a.MiMajMMyMii
' BR j&!9m fSii''??SS!Tin affSrtgrai'K1jy,y ffilPfeMM .ff
CALIFORNIA FARM WAGON.
CAPACITY 1,000 TO I2,coo LBS.
Dump Carts, Delivery Wagons, Lumber Wufions
A FULL LINU OF
BUGGIES AND HARNESS
Sf it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it X ;t it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it '.''.'
Due to arrive Bx. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 1,000,000) Red Brick. I
TI1E0. II. DAVIDS & CO., Ltd,
' IIARDWARC DEPARTMENT.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clariplios, Arsen '!?.
Cement, Portland Cement, Ginnt Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co., .v
Dicks Bal.ita Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines. s
DBALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises, &
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rilles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General'Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
it it ii it it it it it it it it it it it 'tit it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
You will be
much worry in
Presents by hvlnjr us
show you our Molicltiy
Stock of PIANOS.
Sold On Easy
fc BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ltd.
25 per cent from marked prices
In Great Variety.
AT COST PRICES.
Petuten Fort nd Ahkea Strret.
ALL UIZADY I'OIi YClUU
JUST ARRIVED PER "ZEALANDIA."
Just The Thing!
Swell New Hats
The Very Lntuwt
Direct from Now York
Art Goods !
Art Linen, Sofa Pillows
Mcmntltchcd Stumped Linen
Wash Embroidery Silks
A Complete Line
iss M. E. Killean
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arrived per Bkine. "PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOHA"
3 grades, brewed by the famous
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis,
In Cases and Barrels, Qir rts and Pints, to juit all.
tastes and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREHUUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. .
8olc Aficnts (op the lluwnllnn Islands.
ALWAYS SUITABLE FOR
it it it it it it it
Music Rolls, Etc.
....For Christmas Presents.
AT SHORT Nllllll.
100 to 500 Candle Power.
A Safe aril Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL. AND SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
A U 1
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
Judd Building, FpH street.
Incorporated under tho Laws of tha
Territory of Hawaii.
Paid Capital $000,000
Rencrve ,.... 00,000
Undivided Profits 108,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECT 0RS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jonee Vice President
C. II. Cooko .... Cashier
V. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, Tom May, F. W.
Macfarlano, E. D. Tenney, J. A. Ma
Candless. Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and wilt
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to it. Sell nnd Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issuo Letters of Credit.
6AVINGS DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary nnd Term Deposits fecelved
and Interest allowed In' accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be had
i l h
(Slang preckels lip
HONOLUU H. (
San rraneitco Agenti Tub Netar.
Nation At. Dank or San Franoisco.
Saw Franoiscx) TIib NovncU Nations
Bank of Sail Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London
Nkw York American Kxclmng N
CniOAOO Morcliants National Bank.
Pabu Credit Lyonnal.
Berlin Drcsdnar Rank,
Homko.no and Yokohama Honk. or
Sbanchal BankiliK Ckirroratiou.
New Zkaland and Acrtbalia Bans
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouvkr Bank t
British North Amerlut.
Trusact i Qenenl Biunn and lianu Buhl i
Depouti KecelTCd. Lotni made on Ap-
BroTed Security. Commercial and Traveler!
redlti lined. B1IU of Exchange bonutt
COLUOTIOKt PBOMrTLT AOCOtTFTBD oa
Transact a General Bankii
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued, .avail
able in all the principal cit'ua
of tho world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 por cent., (this
form -will not boar interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 nor cent.. 6 niomlin
3J por cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building ano
ASSETS, DEO. SI, 1891, 1U,77.K.
Mone loaned on pproTed'ieenrltj
A8avlngsBank for monthly dapoilt
Houses built on the monthly InsUU
Twentieth Berl ot Stock U Hf
opened. 1 1
OFFICERS T. F. Lanalng, Prmt
dent; B. B. Rose, Vice President; C. S
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. &
Rose. A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henry
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. D.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
chamber of Commerce rooms.
Offlr Hnurn1 I2sa i'W n i
.'.J. Savings Deposit will bs
received and lntureat allowed by thl
Bank at four and one-half por oenl,
Printed coplea of the Rule and Bee
ulatlon may be obtained on application.
Otfloe at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
TrjB Yokohama Specie- Bbd
SuburlM Caslul..,,. , Yen tt.cxw.ooo
lull Up Capital ,,,.,'v. Ytni9.ono.wo
HtmnJ lunl..,, V.nJ.i 10,000
MaJ QHItt, Yiikiinann.
Tlio Bank bills' hnd receives for col
lection Hills ot Uxcbange, Iseues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, I anU traotact
n KCiicral Imnldiig buTlnoss.
Oii H4 Dtootlt lot it avnlol, i .i aitl t
Oo Fli.4 Uipoill lor A nooiti, iU '
On Fln4 Dtpoilllof iboi. i
ilrancli ol ih Vokoluma Srcl lUnk
Hew Mle liiillni, ill lidi i" I'm v '
HUAl. USTATII TRANSACTIONS
Hiibscrlliers aro rurnialivil with from
five to six IUU pur week, nlvIng an ao
ciirutu record of ileeilu, iiiortuugo,
Imaca, rtli'uun, pnwirs ot itturnsy,
tc etc., which urn liluieil on reemd.
BUIIHOHU'nON I'llKIM, S.UQ I'HH
A. V, OUAIt,
fuH UalUlDg, llwolulB,
" Everything in Music.
Ifr .any fuUm