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TUB BVBNINO llULLBTINl HONOLULU, II. I WHDS'HSDAY. DBCBMtlBR to. looo.
ITS W iPf
ribllthdl Utrrr lr ric)t Bundnr.
at 210 King Rtrrot. Honolulu,
T. of II , by the
UM.KTIN I'UIII.IHIIINO COMPANY.
DANIKI. I.OOAN Cllr Hdltor
K.ntfrcl it tlio I'ort Olllco t Honu
Inlu a iocond cIim mutter
Pr month, nnrwhcr In U. 8. ..I .75
Pw year " " " W
Per year, poatpald, (orrUn 13 00
Parable iDTarUbly In adraoce.
Pot Offlce nox 718
Wi;iNK31)AY l)i:CKMi:it 19, 1900,
WlllUm Owon-Hmlth Isapilii In tho
ring. All ntnnd bj-nnd watch him whip
the Ilopubllcan commission around tb
When the Honolulu 1'rotectUe Aaan.
elation, falls to give tho "Itev " Aiblll
a large quota of free advertising Ita ap
parent motho will bo lottt.
It Is Indeed dlfflcult for an employe
of the Adortlser to do the bidding of
his masters nnd atlll prenorve peraonnl
Independence and self respect.
l)uslne.a men can safely bank on It
that when the Slrrn does nrrho It will
be found sho his made a run that w 111
largely make up for the time lost by
It is about time, tho people heard
from the Independent charter com
mission. There Is time enough to
frame an acceptable chnrter for Ho
nolulu beforo the Legislative session
but there Is no time to waste.
All hall tho Improvement of Thomas
Square May the good work extend not
only to the parks and squares already
existing but to the proposed parks or
plaj grounds that havo been numerous
ly talked of but still remain dormant.
Tho wonder Is that a church rcpn
scntlng the progress and wealth of
Central Union has not long ago had Its
parsonage. It seems hardly probable
that the project to bo discussed this
evening can meet with any opposition
from the members of the church.
Ts It not true that a good portion of
the dlfflcult' In the labor situation la
due to the play fpr advnntago amors
labor agents? While this competition
is going on there Is little prospect of a
satisfactory solution being promptly
brought about. Let cooperation nn'i
unity of action characterize the cau-
vass. and half tho battle will be won,
It has jet to appear that either Mr
Drown, the "goiernmcnt" or the Im
mediate supporters of the questionable
land sales have confidence In the pros
pect of being upheld by tho national
authorities. Tho fact that our local
land office has been put on the defen
sive Is In Itself proof that there arc
serious differences between the Terri
torial and Kederal Interpretation ot
The trials of n plumber are not u
marker to the ups and downs of tho
plumbing Inspector. Between the pne
tlcal plumber and the engineer, tho
unlverslt) bred sanitary engineer who
has made plumbing a specialty ought
to be a happy medium that will give
satisfaction to all concerned. If ho
doesn't make a success of it, the Health
Board will do well to hire a blacksmith
or a sailor who will make such n botch
of the work that nnybody who knows
a few first principles will be acceptable.
Sunday sacred concerts In a theater
Is n phase ot modern city lite that Is
likely to causoa ripple of worry among
the strict constructionists of Sundty
observance. There If no reason to an
ticipate, however, that Its Influence) will
be In any way derogatory to thp moral
standards of tho community. It will
not draw from the churches hut will
tend to tako off the streets a good por
tion of tho people tho churches do not
reach. First class music by first class
artists cannot fall to exert a beneficial
Influence whether rendered In the
home, the church or the theater.
The prevailing sentiment pervading
all the opposition offered municipal
government by tho Advertiser Is to tax
anything and everything In every way
possible but to not allow tho govern
ment of Honolulu or any other portion
of the Territory escape Into tho bands
of the people. Tho organ even tends
toward the advocacy ot placing tho
sewer tax In the hands ot the Superln
tendent of Public Works Instead of
establishing a general tax for sewn
maintenance. There aro few absolute
monarch!! ot present day who w ould not
view with Jealousy to the power now
vested In the Governor and department
heads of the Territory, Yet we havt
men who stjlo themselves the unlv
true and blue Americans on the beach
peeking to Increase this personal power
Tor tho consideration ot citizens nf
tho same mind as a W Smith th.
Dulletln would cull to their attention
that Hawaii waa annexed two jears
ago. rolloulng that ovtnt, Indepen
dent municipalities became ns posltlvo
an eventuality us the loss of tho custom
house, an end of contract labor nn I
any number of changes that might bn
mentioned. With this nssurnnco In
view tho peoplo hav gone along for
two jcars doing nothing to prcpiro
for the Inevitable, Mr, Smith and
oviry other citizen knows enough nf
Hawaii and Its people to rrnllzo that
the failure of the (.barter In the pres-
nil liPftUlaturn inrans nn iwnt nf run
ccrlcit action for municipal (totem
mwt till a month or two prrvlnim to
the loililalltt. amnion of 1901 Tim all
nation will not be linprotfd and the
people will be quite na thoroiiRhlr at
mi m today, Mnhope Is a constmt
quantity nlwnya to be depended upon.
It Is action the people want, the quick
cr tho belter.
LII'll HAVING HliRVICU.
There are few people who stop to
consider the magnificent work that Is
done, tho Uvea and property saved, by
the United SUtea Life Saving Service
On occasion of particularly distressing
disasters, men who guard Malnlanl
coasts get full recognition for the dis
play of courage and thoughtlessness for
personal safety which their position de
mands. The dally drudgery of llfo In
the Isolated stations and the dangers
faced during every storm that sweeps
the coasts as a rule pass unnoticed.
The nnnual report of the Oenor.il
Superintendent of the Life Saving Ser
vice furnishes an nrray ot data that U
an eye-opener to tho average lands
man. In no department of govern
ment, do the American people receive
greater flnanchl return on their In
vestment to say nothing of the Ihc.i
saved from nn ocean grave. The sc
vlco maintains 209 stations. 194 on th"
Atlantic. 68 on the Oreat Lakes, 10 on
the I'aclflc and one nt the Kails of the
Ohio, at LoutBvllle, Ky Tho cost 3t
maintenance for the last fiscal year
Tho number of disasters In which aid
has been rendered was 304. Thi
amount of property Involved In vessels
nnd cargoes was $9,470,190. Of this
property $7,234,690 waa saved and $2.
235 500 lost. Only 01 vessels wcr
totally lost. The passengers and sail
ors whose lives were Imperilled was
2,055, of whom 2,007 were saved and
48 lost. In addition to these large dis
asters there were 329 casualties to
small craft such as yachts and sill
boats. Only five of tho 781 persons on
board theso boats were lost. The
property Involved was $270,070 of
which $250,770 was saved. Assltan"o
of minor Importance was rendered OS".
vessels In distress nnd 194 vessels were
warned ot the dangers toward which
they were heading. Alter this detail
It seems hardly necessary for tho sil
perlntendcnt to report that no life wai
lost through lack ot prompt nnd faltii
ful effort on tho part ot llfo saving
Although Hawaii Is noted for Its
calm waters and favored coasts, tbcto
are points along the northern dlfM
where life saving stations would ac
complish not a little towards glvin;
greater protection to life nnd property
against disaster. It Is Indeed to be
urged that Congress In Its appropria
tion for the extension of the depart
ment shall not slight this center of Am
erican shipping Interests of Immense
WHO INTRODUCED SMITH.
Editor Ecnlng nulletln: Permit me
to correct the statement In our col
umns, made on Mr. Gill's authority
tint Mr. Zlegenfuss was city editor of
tho Chronicle when I npplled for tin
position of reporter there and that he
made me known to the managing edi
tor. Mr. Young. The tlmo was October
1S92 and Mr. Hudson was city editor
as he had been for fourteen cars pre
viously. My Introduction to Mr. Young
wns by tho hand of tho Chronicle's
proprietor, Mr. De Young. I have never
been under personal obligations to Mr
Zlegenfuss and If I had been that would
not havo permitted me to withhold
from the Journal that cmplojs me an
legitimate news, of local Interest, con
cerning him. , .
WALTER Q. SMITH.
Honolulu, Dec. 18. 1900.
Llckc You mean jou don't kno
whom to turn to. Drooklyn Llf
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Fort
St. opposite the Club Stab'es,
Telephone, White 3571, where
I have In stock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
aU) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with w ood cov e
Slop Slnk, enameled Iron,
Hot Water Ilollersand Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets anJ 1 rim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, I In
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
tee. Your I rade Is Solicited.
Jas. No((, Sanitary Plumber
ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20,
AT 10 0 CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, Queen street t
will sell at 1 'n hi I c Auction, a select lot
ot fine Kerns nnd I'alms. The assort
One handsome Australian Kern.
Klegant baskets and pots of Maiden
i'lno decorative I'almn, etc., cte.
Jas. P. Morgan. Auctr.
On Saturday, Dec. 20
AT 10 O'CIXXJK A. M.
t my si'lct'oom, Queen street, I
wll sll nt Public Auction,
riVB HA1.I.S OK TU11KISH ANI)
OTIinil OMI2NTAL JtUClS AND
The collection comprises Itoynl l'al-
ace, Silk and camera Hair uugs. ine
Hugs will bo on view at my salM
romo all day today, and are tho hand
somest and most costly lot of Hugs
ever Imported here. I want the gen
eral public to call and see tho Huirs
as tho selection Is a very artistic nn I
Jas. F. Morgan, Auctlonc r
The following blcjclcs are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv P'ovlne property and paying expense
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia. No, 8204;
Columbia, No. 0118; Eldredge, No. 24710;
Imperial, No. M5G. I7lfrtl
Notice Is hereby given that the Annua'
Meeting of the Shareholders of H. HACK
FELD & CO., LTD., was held at Hono
lulu on DECEMBER 181I1, loco and that
the following gentlemen are theOflicert of
the Company for the ensuing year:
PAUL ISENBI RG. President
J.F.HACKFELD, First vice-President
H.A. ISENBURG, Second vlce-Presldem,
F. KLAMP, Director
J. F. HUMBURG, "
W. PFOTENHAUER, "
F, W. KLEBAHN, Secretary
H. SCHULTZE. Treasurer
F.W. KLEBAHN. Auditor
F. W. KLEBAHN
Hooolulu, December 10th, 1900, t76-jt
Will be received at the office of the Supt.
Public Works, tll 12 o'clock noon of
FRltfAY, DECEMBER 2ist, 1900, for
the plumbing of Kapualwa Building.
Plans and Specification at utTic- of Asst.
Supt. Public Works.
The Supt. Public Works, does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid.
J. A. McCANDLESS,
I7i6-2t Supt. Public Works.
Notice to Fruit Importers.
Several Fruit Maggot Files having been
discovered by the Gavf rnm'nt Entomolo
gist, Pof. A. Koebele, during his recent
v kit to the South Sea Islands and A' str.v
I tan Colonies, and wli'cli pests are doing
serious damage to all the fruits In these
Islands and Colonies Notice Is herebv
given by the Commissioner of Agriculture
and roretry that the Importation of fruits
irom tne soutn sea islands and Australian
Colonies Is strictly forbidden.
Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry,
Honolulu, Dec. 18, 1900. 1716-3!
111aj Jij.i.jjjj j .
Can satisfy your wants t
I if you mention them in its
'II10 hark I'lunttr Is lylni; In tho
Rtieam loaded with suear and will
leuvo this nftnrnoun for tho Coast Slu
Is In lominniul of Captnln Me No 1 1 who
by thorny Is 11110 of thu populnr cap
lulns In tho Ban 1'riiuUnco ami Hono
'Ihn NnrniKlnn linrlc I'rlntu Vic tin
mm tiiMul tu hoii In lullntt till muni
iilFRENCH CHINA t Ct Rales.
FINE CUT GLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
and METAL BRIC
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
"" FORT ST. ART
Celebrated Studebaker Goods
Arc Without a Peer.
n (inn nij "Offl
Dump Carts. Delivery Wagons, Lumber Wagons
A FULL LINE OF
BUGG1E8 AND HARNESS
AT COST PRICES.
Vl OwlUJiYIAINs; Between Fort and Alskea Streets.-
it X- it it it it it it it .':
Due to arrive Bx.
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,000,000) Red Brick.
T1IE0. II. DAYIES & CO., Lid,
AGBNTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Balata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DBALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rifles and Shot-guns, Pbwder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies.
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You will be
much worry In
Presents by having: us
show you our Holiday
Stock of PIANOS.
Sold On Easy
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ltd.
In Great Variety.
BRAC t Bnrjjnln
Capacity 1,000 to 12,000 lbs.
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jALL READY POR YOUR
K K ' h' ' " ' o K to o
Everything in Music.
JUST ARRIVED PER "ZEALANDIA."
Just The Thing !
Swell New Hats
The Verj Latest
Direct from New Yorlci
Art Goods !
Art Linen, Sofa Pillows
Hemstitched Stamped Linen
Wash Embroidery Silks
A Complete Lino
Wl HE AT
Miss M. E. Killean sjl
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arrived per Bklne. "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. w
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
8ole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands'.
ALWAYS SUITABLE TOR
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Piano Scarfs, '
Music Rolls, Etc.'
' o o
IOO to 800 Candle Power.
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALLND SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,