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Tilt! nVBNINO ItlJLI.RTtNi HnNn..lJI..)f ll. I.i TUUSDAY, t)l!CI!MllHK tH. iqoo
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- 210 Kins Strtrt, Honolulu,
T. of It . by the
OIAKTJN PUIII.lMIINtl COMl'ANV
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UNIICI, 1.0(1 AN Clly IMIInr
""EiTtereiTTir tho Post Omce at llono
tatu n rniul ctrntu mutter
SinraSHfl'lTON UATUil, '
Per month, anywhere In U. 8. ..( .73
Ttt year s.,00
Per year, puatpald, foreign 13.00
Pajublo Invnrlahly In nilvrinco.
Post Onlce Ilox "18
eft ti;k8uay... ..i)i:ci:.MHKit is. vm
If Mr. McCnndtcas promiilfuitr-d hln
newer tux with a Mow tn haatcnltiK
nitmlclpal government for Honolulu,
he In to lie coiiKratuhtut on tho prob
able success of thn movement.
It Is now within the province of the
Republican exernlUe (ominittcu to
prop that n mnjorlty of the men np
pointed on Its charter commission arc
not opposed to n municipal charter.
According to tin; report of Justice as
Bhe Is administered In Nona. Rhon by
the 11 Ho Tribune the Kotia canary
exerts n power In idle In I life that ought
.to make It wortln of n representation
In the Terrltnihil i.iblnet.
C. O. ZclRcnfuss had his faults Ilk-
ithe aerugo liiimnnlt) That ho played
ftiie shyster, as Indicated liy the morii-
Ing organ with an nxo to grind. Is not
iborno out by tlie facts as known nor lij
'his career prcttou to Ills nrrlinl it.
Iand Commissioner Brown Is bound
,' on 'us dinicutt and distressing a mts-
' slon as the special agent and unofllc'al
delegate of fond memory. llrown's
handicap Is tin fact that he Is an uiub'.
strapper and Is supposed to hae bun'
nes enough In the local ofllce to oc
cupy his time It Is to be hoped the
expenses of his trip will not be charged
up to the taxpayers through the diplo
matic and consular appropriation.
Who will pay the bill when a cai
rlagc It dumped Into tho Itapld Transit
subway on Wilder ncnuo. Almost the
entire length of the street Is absolute
ly free from any protection agaln.it
teams being toppled over Into the track
'ditch by an unmanageable horse. The
narrow passageway left for teams is
full of gullies ns a lumber road In tho
." "uackwoodc This Is another evidence
(" of the advantage of centralized gov
What Hawaii can do In tho way of
dlverstflcd agriculture to supply Us
own market nnd what It Is doing nre'ir
widely remnwd ns tho magnetic pobs,
Let the planters once npproach tho la
bor problem on the basts of coopert-
tion. on"erlng homes for American or
European families, and tho problem of
llitng expenses, citizenship, small
farming and sugar dividends will work
out speedily and with the greatest pos
sible benefit to present nnd future cltl
sens nnd Industry.
An ex-presldent ot tho Chnmbcr of
Commerco Is credited with tho statt-
ment that Honolulu has no p.utk.uln.
ntractlons for tourists. If this be tru,
the hotel men and steamship companies
hne Invested In gold bricks. It Is nil
true and thu only cause for such n
, statement must be a dcslro to tako
things caBy and stand off the tlmo am.
money required to properly udvertlte
the, countrq. It Is nbout tlmctho nier-
'chants and business men directly In-
.tcrestcd In this work formed nn organ!
kzatlon, merchants' association or boatd
)of trade, that haB tlmo to devote to
subjects of this character and Is not en
tirely swallowed up In the overwhelm
ing ponderosity of tho "vast" Intercuts
.of tho Islands.. What the merchants
lot New York and any number of smaller
rAmerlran cities found necessary Is
ii equally Important to Honolulu.
, Offlclals' of tho Hawaiian Hlectilc
Company are disposed to believe that
t-crltlclsm of the plant's temporary
break down is unfair In view of the
money and effort being expended for
SWBjprove.ment. Tho electric company
fynas been operating under nnd obtain
ing the large financial benefits of an
(exclusive franchise. This presupposes
aitbat their plant shall at all times br
iln a condition to supply the demands
itnade upon It, that It shall have auxil-
SHary machinery to bo brought Into ser
vice on occasions of Inevitable brenko,
JAny first class electrical plant of tho
LUnlted States where, competition is
barpest has such machinery. How
Rrouch more important Is it that such
equipment should bo possessed by n
plant having a monopoly protected b)
law, The fact that such additions are
: being mado ns the exclushe features n
the charter aro about to expire simply
Jpo to show wherein tho corporation nns
Halletl In tho past to fulfill what U
practically u contrnct with the people
THE HEWER TAX.
Itv niiltltii- ii iinivftr inv- iimm thn
Iprojierty holder, Siiperlnlciuleiit Me-
ICandless has furiilaheil u viiry postlto
nrgiiment In favor of muuhlpal gov-
crnmcnt If double luxation wern nioin
tomplelely exemplified, tho lustuii"o
jjliiiu to bo sought In sumo nuropitin
city where, tnxomiru lovled anonllng 10
' number of wliiiloftn In n house or
number of servants employed.
hlr, MiCantlless Is rrcdlM In his In-
ItFrvle.w with thn lleiubllpnii na saying.
Qiwliyij It better for llijt lisern ti
rluTidilln) tjptnuii IIiuiiMo raltn tho
money hy tmflllwi vt hereby the people
of the other Miami wmilil be ilrflitwl
In tl kiwi b! mI n fair In ntk the iwit
pie of Hllo for Itietatire to help eland '
Hie expein-. of it wwei ajalitn liM
only In Hie heart of Honolulu"
This Is trip indeed Nor Is ll fair to !
nek the ncotile ot lllli) for Instance to i
help stand the expf nw of any llonoln'it '
public Imprini'liielil of which this c'ly
Is the dlrert lienefli lit On the same
ImsIs of Mr Mi Ce. ml lees' sewer nrg I- j
mctit wh should he not make the up'
clall) favored hmeeholders pa n tnt
for the removal of garbage If this gen
ernl schema Is Indorwtl hy the l,eglc
lature llriinder I lt present form of cen
tralized goxernmeiit means Hint the
total taxes paid by the householders ot
this clly will within n comparntUel"
short time bo higher than tlune charg
ed by the most "corrupt city Inthe
United Stnles The present saving
factor Ih Mr. Mct'nndless order Is that
sewer connection's now are not Je
mnnilcd by the department
What with a one per cent tax on full
valuation of property, sewer lax. and
tax upon the small business men li
means of licenses, and salaried nfllrlaM
drawing down more pay than the (low
ernor of the Territory. It Is about time
that Honolulu was placed In n position i
to stand on Its own bottom. I'o'tlbllltrs
til nil) iiiiuiii' uinroii iiiimiiiui) lim
ing Ji price on the use of public work
constructed bj the people's funds Indi
cates n condition where icntrnllratlo.i
of power has about played lis limit
siii:im:i:s i:i;t utn monky.
Hllo, Dec. It. The Shrlners still re
member with pleasure their Hawaiian
pilgrimage, tun! particularly that poi
tlou of It In which they rested at the
oasis In Hllo. Mr. I'eck has Just re
ceived from their Scctetary. J. II. Gold
man n request for n list of nil the mem
brrs of the various committees which
took charge of their entertainment
Also n check for $27 which shows i
ery nice Bptrlt on the part of tho
Shrlncrs. II seems that when our lo
cal mush fell asleep on tho night of the
hall, and terpslchorean operations were
thus suspended, tho musicians of the
Zealamlln were requested to 1111 tho gap
and charged the entertainment com
mittee tin above amount. This was :u
the time unsuspected by the Shrlner,
as they had paid the band for nil ser
vices on the trip. A short tlmo they
found It out and returned the amount
by the last mall, although of course
they were under no obligation to do
.Muster Ifoujjli RldePH Out.
TNew York i:enlng Post.)
Is not Hoosevelt's regiment In "eed
of defence from Its own colonel? He U
working It harder tban ever tl.e Span
lards did. Its latest forced march w.i
Into n letter dt the Clo ernor's acknowl
edging tho gratifying news' that Prince
ton Upherslty was strongly for Mc-
Klnley and Kooseiclt. Out cane the
Inevitable regiment. I'rluccloii ni'it
were In it, nnd "there was no mor gal
lant fighters In n regiment of lighting
men." lr this thing goes on. the .lx
Hundred will surrender their fame lo
the rtough Hlders. In 1901 we shall
see Roosewdt thanking the Hyphenated
Hibernians for supporting hint foi ibe
president, and assuring them Hint the
Irish In his regiment were simply holy
terrors. In 1913. after his second term.
cx-Presldent Kooseclt will make i
tour of tho world nnd will severally
congratulate tho nntlous of the o.utli
on each having a representative ll Mb
regiment, enth ono n little, morp of u
death dealer than the other. Hy ths
time the Republican National Crincn
tlon of 1932 rolls round, Roosevelt will
give the delegates a little, novel Infor
mation about Ms light rR regiment.
Dear Governor do muster out your
lien, lift j ha"vf served you 'ong nn.l
faithfully aid ilescrvd n rest. So do(
IMPORTS OP CHAMPAGNE
Int" the United States from January i.'t
to Sept. Mt. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,074 cases.
vioet t-liandon 24.713
Pommery & Greno 18.39) "
Hledslck: & Co., Ury Mono-
pole 6.9J4 "
Louis Roederer 5,463 "
All other brands 3 w "
TOTAL 170,680 "
Complljl from ttw Official Cutton Houu Recotdi
HACFARLUKB AC07lTD.. Sole tyiK
l . . "'mi 1 1
The Only Evening
Attraction in Honolulu
A First-class Program arranged
to please all and olTend none.
A ConieilJ' In one Act
Champagne and Oysters !
by CONLON and RYDER
and an excellest varied
Prices -i0, HO, 75c.
"fc" illallncc mi Saturday,
ilFRCNCH CHINA at Cil Rales.
At a discount of 23 per cent from marked prices,
and METAL BKIC A
Bethel Street, Hodselnld Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the JLD MASTERS at the
PODT CT ADT PlCD A DTtrMT
Celebrated Studebaker Goods
Aru Without Peer.
Dump Carte. Delivery Wagons, Lumber Wagons
A TULL LINlj OF
BUGGIES AND HARNESS
.... AT COST PRICES.
t wrtUMAIy Petmen Fort nn'jfAlakea SlrreK.
4 a-f. 1" v h a1 ic rT 4
Due to arrive B.v. JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also I
One Million 1,OJ)0,000) Red Brick. I
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubric.iting Oils, Clnriphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Gijnt
. Dick Balata Beeting, Koche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing f.t
Machiius, anil Pan-American ljand Sewing Ahchipes.
ft DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteadsj Trunks,. Valises,
! Matting bafes, Linoleum, Kilks and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies, ' J
f ff f" o " ft ft.fi P fi ff.fi fi ft
You. will be
much worry in
Presents by having1 us
show you our Holiday
Stock of PIANOS.
Sold On Easy
tk BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.. Ltd.
j ' Everything in Music.
W w wWVWWi (SIS OV i
in Great Variety.
BRAC n unrein.
Capacity 1,000 to 12,000 'LDS.
v- 4'tt a- tt w a a :
T1IE0. II. DAVIDS & CO., Lid,
PowJer Co'., An"le Lamp Co
ALL RI3AOY POK 'OUI
h K K t' K K h' K K K .'
JUST AIMI'I2D PI2
Just The Thing!
mm . . . .For Christmas Presents.
Swell New Hats
Tho Very Ltitowt
Dtruct frotn Now Yorlc
Art Goods !
Wash Embroidery Silks
A Complete Line
iss M. E. Killean
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Anived per Bktne. "PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOHA"
3 grades, brewed by the Tamoii6
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis;
In Cases and Barrels, Quarts and Pints, to Miit all
tastes and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREMIUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
FOR SALE BY.V
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole ACcntH for tho Hawaiian Islands.
ALWAYS SUITABLE FOR
Music Rolls, Etc.
If h' .'
In Door -Arch
tOO to SOO Candle Power.
A Safe ard Brilliant Metll of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
j Parlors, Halls, Chuiches or
CALL AND 8EE THEM.
L. w. ftlaciar ane.
1U lIHUl Ul 1111 II atll LlUt
Jmlri lliilMInK, Fort ttrect '
Incorporated umlcr tho txiwi o( thl
Tcrrltorjr ot Hawaii,
I'nlil Cnpltnl $000,000
it chcpvb , no, ooo
Undivided Profltn...... 108,000
OITICllItS ANU DIHKCTOItS.
Chflrld M. Cooko lYcildcnt
I'. C. Jonoi , , Vco rreddent
C, II. Cooko i"'t'.i Cashier
r, y, iiacriun Assiaiani wannier
Henry Watcrhoaao, Tom May, P. W.
Macfarlanc, C. D. Tenner, J. A. U:-
Solicit! tho Accounti ot Kir mi, Cor
poratlon-., Trmti, Individuals, and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking on
trusted to It. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Isatio Letters ot Crc'dlt.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be had
Ones BfKoL. mm i-
im Meckel? uo
HONOLUU H. .
San rrancitco Ajtntt Tim Nkvai
Nation At I)ak of San I'iuncmoo,
San Fhanoisoo Tho Nnvudn Natloui
Bank ot San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of Londot.
Nkw York Amorloan tCxehanzo N
CniOAoo Morchants National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
BKRLtN Dresdner Bank,
Honkono and Yokohama Honk.ng
Shanghai Banking Corroratlon.
Nkw Zkaland and Aokthaua Bant
of New Zealand
Victoria and Vanoouvkb Bank c.
British North Amerlut.
Trusact i Scleral Burnt m L'lcuue Cuin. i
DepoUts Received. Low. made on Ap
Braved Becnrlty. Commercial and Traveltn
redlta iBaned. Bill of Exchange botuai
ComcTioai Fioxmi Aooomnrap foa
Transact a General Bankii g
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
o' the world.
Interest allowed alter July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per tent., (this
form will n.t bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono nionth), 3
months 8 per cent., 6 months
!J& per cent., 12 months 4'
or cent '
Pioneer Building ano
A83ET8, DEO. 11, 1891, (Ul.inJb
Hone loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank (or monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly Install.
TwenUeth Berl of Stock U bow
OFFICERS T. F. .Lansing. Pwtf
dent; 8. B. Rose, Vlco President; C.
Cray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. .
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Hear
Smith, J, L. McLean, J. D. Holt, a X
Gray, W. L. Howard. ,
A. V. GEAR,
chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Offlr Hour' IJ-sn i.o r, n
MlBWQr : OO.
..; Savings DepoaiU will b
received and lntoroat allowed by thl
Bank at (our and ono-hau par oant.
per annum. ' ',
Printed copies of tho Boles and Bog-'
illations may bo'obtalned on application,
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
Tge YoohsHnB gpeoie Bilk
n.'n'H1 C(IUI Vn "."
lltJ Offict, Yokohina.
Tho Bank buys and receives (or col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts
a, general banking business.
Od FUtS Dpell for it bobUii, p,t tt a.
On Flu 1 D.poilt (or t nuellii, M "
Oa Fm& Dpoilt for s bo, i
lirtnchol thn Yokoluma Sfcl Bink,
tw tcjoiilic umlim.iliiiiui ilt"
REAL ESTATE TRANSACriONS
Subset Ibcri aru furnished with tram
live to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate mord ut dieils, inortKaKea,
Itaies. releasos. nowera of illnmn
etc., etc., which aro placed on record.
BUiimjHirilUN I'KIUU, 2.00 PKH
A. V. GOAR,
?UM BulldUff, HOBOlttlm,