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THE BVBNINO lULLETINt HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY,. DECEMBER ig, I900
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II. P. IULDWIN ...i -
J. II. CASTLE.... lit VlCfl
W. M. Al.t-XAM!H(.iml vice
J. P. CookI TwiiMr
W. O. SMITH Secretary and AnJw ,
fc . & &. jEv Nk W. .aa rf .aa aa
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Have the most
of Holiday Novelties
Ever Brought to
Honolulu and, for
the convenience of
will remain open
Every Evening up
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Jobbers and Retailers.
. HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capitalt paid up, $48,860
W. O. Achi President A Manager
H. K. Nakuini.... Vice President
J. Makalnai .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Deaha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The aboye Company will buy, leaae
or aell lanii In all parta of the Hawaiian
-Talanrlia anrl alaa
haa house In the City
'it of Honolulu for rent
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
OT Wa will Bo or ball Baal IttaU la
all puts oi the group.
OT We will Ball Properties oaBeaJOO
ibleGommlaalonai OFFICE. 10 West Kino Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST. , ,
- FOR SALE.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
HOTEL STREET, ruir Fort
Hot and Cold Bntlm, 25cts.
Mrs. D. W.Hoach C. rt. Rldlnger
Plunu Tunur. (
40 ears practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
Iron Fence and Monument C- 179 to 180
S. Klne- St.. Res. Occidental Hote
K ne St.. Kes. occidental Hotel.
oz-jrn uincom ciock
their store (IV
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors Tfre cordially .invited tt
call and Inspect our gallery of
eallery of life-
size royal phi
otos, from Kamehameht
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
We MEET the
y off m
m V OFF
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
P, O, Box 7,i ltl.nl CormponJtnc. Solicited.
F1NKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
near Hotel 1504
BRITISHERS LEAVE APIA
FOR PAGO PAQO, SAMOA
Although Well Treated by German
Governor Postage Stamps Worth
Keeping "The Black
Mr. J, Davie, late postmaster of Sa
moa, is in Auckland, sajs the New
Zealand Herald of December 4. Mr.
Davis long enjoyed the distinction of
being postmaster, both under the Kliij
and tho Treaty Powers. He was flm
appointed to the position In 1885, by
tho three Consuls, British, American
and Qcrman, who were then governing
the municipality of Apia. In 1880 he
was appointed "hy Malletoa. the kln,
as postmaster of the Kingdom of Sa
moa, and continued in the office up to
February 28. 1900.
Mr. Davis has experienced several
revolutions and civil wars, but his posi
tion was always maintained by the par
ty In power.hlalatcBtappolntmcnt beln,?
from the young King Malletoa, who
was put In the kingship by the Powcis
In 1898. Mr. Davis had tho designing
of his own stamps, and the dies have al
nays been In tho hands of the New
Zealand Government, by whom they
have always been printed.
Among the most Interesting of tho
stamp Issues Is that known as tho
"Illack Error." when the head of Ma
lletoa Vtas printed In tho New Zealand
office black, which' was considered n
reflection on his majesty's complexion.
Another most Interesting Issue Is the
Samoan stamp with the word "pro
l8lonal" printed across It diagonally,
his Issue Is historical, is it was printed
by the authority of the Chief Justice
during the late Samoan war. and was
tho last to appear prior to Germany
taking over the Island.
Mr. Davis Is going down to Wel
lington to break the dies of his stamps
and so conclude not only his own con
nection with tho postal business, but
the final scene in a most Interesting
and tinlquo official career. Mr. Davis,
who has known Samoa for twenty-seven
years, and who has vested Interests
there, says that the llrltlsh resldento
seem to be getting on very well under
He speaks In the highest terms of the
Governor, Dr. Solf, whom he declarca
to be one of theflnebt officials who has
over held power In tho Islands. He
says, however, that a good number of
Britishers are moving over to Tago
Pago, which place, since it has been
made the port of call for the San
Francisco mall steamers and the naval
depot for the United States Govern
ment, promises to, grow Into an Im
The New Zealand Government Is net
ting forty carriages mritte in St. Louis,
Mo which will be shipped from San
Francisco In tho Oceanic Bteamers. It Is
not 'stated In the Auckland paper giv
ing the Item whether they are railway
cars or Btreet mall wagons. As thcio
Is goveVnmcnt ownership of railways
In NewZealand, probably they are
His Recommendation. She Wou'd
you reromineprt any particular method
of learning golf? He Decidedly! Co
KIH no experiment M
BHipBi when you insist on getting Cyrus Noble Whiskey. H
L)bXaLH ' Leave experimenting to others. Buy goods, fl
flSg- 1 .H yu know arc risnt- h
B-jf, Syf s jls-B. For sevn,y yar$ wc navc bcen trv!n to P1"01
Akj lw ki IfL' M 'duce the bcst pssib,c artic,c- for thcJcas u H
B nfOulQ WvfcM possible H
B li . lirB ' The public know it favorably. B
V nniSJjifM 1. It holds the good trade. H
aaBBS f'JmK. M It costs no more than other good whiskey IH
pjJMSS It is pure and old. HPPfl
JlaaHHllBlkalH " i$ dist,ilcd from thc best sclcctcjd rain. Bojjl
BaaaaBMayaaB i$ S,X yearS m WOod', atSU
HiHH on HvbSI
B NV. O. PjE ACOCK & CO., Ltd., Sm 1
Discussion of Whether a Charter
Should be Drafted or Put Over
to a More Convenient
Twenty-fix c of the thirty members of
the Republican municipal charter com
mittee met at the party headquarters
last night for organization. J. 11. Fish
er was elected chalrmau, "Carl WIJ-i-
mann secretary and J. A. Oilman trcai
A committee of fho to devise a
scheme of procedure was elected by
ballot being: W. 0. 8mlth, T. Mo
Cants Stewart. A. V. Ocar, Geo. A. Da
vis and Geo. W. Smith. The latter Mr.
Smith tied with Jas. II. Boyd, wh-
withdrew In his favor.
Geo. W. Smith nearly caused a panic
by suggesting that the general com
mltee should decide whether Its action
should be devoted to preparing a char
ter or to deferring any charter. In tho
press and on the street tt had been
stated that the committee was appoint
ed to obstruct municipal Incorpora
tion for the present.
The chairman answered that tha
press did not appoint tho committee.
W. 0. Smith, In the course of n gen
eral discussion, said that last summer
ho wanted a special session of tho
Legislature tO consider Chinatown ftro
losses and a charter commission. Both
subjects would be too much to handle,
with all the necessary lusliies of an
ordinary nature, at the regular session.
Better no charter than a poor one.
V. C. Roe. on behalf of the mechan
ics whom he represented, thanked the
central party committee for his ap
polntmcnt. He rather favored a char
tcr. but was not prepared' to commit
The committee adjourned to meet
Thursday evening, when tho BUb-com-U
mlttee on plan and scopo Is expected to
STRBET WA8 BLOCKED.
On Kaahumanu street this morrllng.
there was an Instance brought to the
attention of passing business men that
goes to show how much Honolulu Is In
need of municipal government. A drav,
laden with a load of grain, turned Into
this street from Queen and started up
toward Merchant. The dray was Just
about to turn the corner when the
horses balked nnd It was full fifteen
minutes beforo they could be made to
go on. Carriages were blocked and
several, being unable to wait on ac
count of business, were forced to turn
around In the narrow 'street and go
down again to Queen street. Other car
riages from Merchant street were forc
ed to go around the block.
A. business man standing on tho cor
ner nt the time, made the following re
mark: "If we had nvafclpal govern
ment, wo could control such matters.
Wa could make drajs and all heavy
wagons keep off Buch narrow streets as
Kaahumanu and the public would not
have to be Inconvenienced In such a
manner as this. It Is simply n shamo
to allow drays tb drlvo up such a street
where lighter chicles only should to
allowed to go."
Nlub My money nffalrs are In hor
rible shape. I don't know where to
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Yltsrclinnt unci Nuuiinu HtM.,
nlao HOTI2L. ST., opponltu Uothel.
fHAT More Suitable 'Xmas
than one of those Handsome
DATE" Electric Piano or
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
Globes, Etc. '
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Hakai of Merchant St.
P. O. BOX 144. "PHONE" 390.
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
tluot Arrived ex. Zeolandln t
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWARDLD COLD MLDAL, PARIS IMPOSITION, 1900.
JUST ARRIVED !
Collar and Cuff Boxes,
STOP IN AND SEE THEM.
HnNm.i;i 11 nRiir: cniHDANV.
'mJA A. H. OTIS. Von Holt Block.
PERFUMES, PERFUME CASES, TOILET SETS
Roger & Gallet's, Pinaud's.
, and other mukea, at Reduced Price.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Hotel 6ts.
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Vgfl THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KIONDVKE IOR ADVEKTUtBS JljljljlOljjljl
Consult WANTS in
of Holiday Goods.
Kin? Street. 0. A. Bierback.
Sugar Factors iffi
AGENTS FOR (
Hawaiian Commercial St Sugar G
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California ail Oriettal S. S. tt.
tf. 6. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of MM
Baldwin Locomotive Work, M
Philadelphia, Peon., U. B. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NattaMf
Cane Shredder), New York, U. B. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'a Chemical 1
Alex. Cross ft Sons, high grmd 1
tillzcrs for Cane and Coffe.
need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALB
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P. ft B.
and Papers; Lucol and
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water ptet),
white and colon.
Filter Press Cloths, Cetacat,
CASTLE & COOKE
Tat In PluutPa Co.
Tb. W.l.lo. Acrlcultml C, L
Th. KoftiK Sur.t C
Tat Wtluu Surw till Ct.
Tbt Kolot Atncvltural Ct.
TH Fulton Iron Worm. SL ttaJa, aaa.
Tki SUalui Oil Co.
Tbt Gto. f, Bltkt Sttta Piata.
Wtttoa't Contriruf tit.
Tbt New Entl.nl Lift InnroacaC, al .
Tkt .Ctaa Fir. In. Co. of Hafltata, fjaaa
Tbt Aiiuatt Aiutuc. C oi ttat.
Wm. G. Irwin & C.
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and lUaaaajt
Claua Spreckela Vice Pi 1 alilal
W. M. Olffard ..Second Vic. Preatdeast
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treaa. u Bm.
Oeo. J. Rosa Aa
Aoains o tan
IUIANI0 BTEAHSHIP OOMPAHr
OF BAN FRANOIBOO. OA1V
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machne, Mta.
vmm Z? ce., L.,
QtHta itratt. Hoaolola H.I
Htwallao Aplcvlturtl CoBtajr,
Co.. Hoaorau Surtr Co . W.lluko Si
Sut.t Co . Htl.tktla Rtub Co., Mol
nnw t Lint stn rr liKortam i
k Co.'t List ot Bottja Pickata
LIST OF OFFICER8
O. M. Cooke. Prealdant:
Robertson. Manager t E. F.
Treasurer and Secretary Col, W.
Allen, Audit r; P. C Jonoa, H. Waav
lioua., Geo. R. Carter, Dlreotora.
aiNHKG 1 Prepared to fill er.
BODUCED T ders until 4 p. m.
SOMPTLY ' Saturday.. . . .
faa IBSCUTILE FEIHTIKG
Oirner ot Fort Street.
bdnaral Ifanager ct
Tb Iqnjuble Life Issuum 8iiiW
(If th United BUtea for the BawtHw
Orttfi atahant street Bw
M. PHILLIPS k OO,.
VholeaaI ImpoiUra and Jobhaat
'isroptin and American Dry
go t and Qaeen BtoesU.
H. HAOKFELD k 00., LW
Dor. Vox! and Qnaan HtrMia
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