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Ml 110 Kltm Rlttft. Honolulu,
T of II., Iiy Hie
Ul.t.KTI.N I'Ultl.tRIIINd COMPANY
t)ANIKI, I.OCIAN ....,.,, Cllr IMHor
"KnTfrnl "ST Win 1'tiil OUlf t Mono
lulu m dftotnl rlnn mnllrr
Fr month, unrwhrro In I). H. .. .76
J"r rear " " .00
t'er yrr, poitpMd, foreign...... 13.00
ryaMe InwUldy In mlrnnc.
rlrphona '....,.,.. 25S
Pott omco'llox 718
TiinaAY....m;cKMni:u so. two.
The only solution of the Hlcrrn Op
lay that can now Dml general ncccp'
anrp l that the ntcnmcr In making ,i
rrroril run got tip nuch n iortl thnt 'he
rouldn'tfrtop nnd Honolulu will be
left out Jhlii trip.
As the ownership of our great In
dustry tends more toward ownership hv
men not resident In tho Territory, the
more fnrclhlq Is the argument that the
lieople ho ilo the work In the fields
hull or n character that will as
mire sei. it to Interested citizenship.
It does seem strange that with nli
the stippoied millions of the wrld
looking for work Hawaii has 'difficult;
In obtaining a few paltry thousand win
can obtain n good lUellhood by labor
in Its fields. It would seem from this
that mankind Is not such a migratory
flliecles ns the theorliers would have
The Uoard of Health has taken a le
clded step In the right direction by re
quiring the fining In of lands little bet
ter than stagnant pools. What n splen
did city this would bo If this Hoard
or anyj other could go one better and
secure from the I'ubllc Works dcpnit-
ment the filling in of the numerous
holes In tho prlntcpal thoroughfares of
Stocks are slow, and there is con
tinuous talk of hard times but It has
yet to appear that there Is any falling
off In the good cheer with which th"
people approach the holiday season.
The new Industries and new buildings
hate all had their effect In tlghtenlrg
the money market among the large
financiers, but the workingmen who by
reason of this development have plenty
of work at good wages arc not feline
the pressure. Honolulu has shown
that Its people have more to give "Q
charitable purposes than ever before.
Indications are that only the men
financing tho large industrial projects
have. any reason to worry. The fart
that this class "saw their way through"
before starting In gives promise that
In every walk of life the depression nl
hard times Is not seriously to be
The statement of .Major Hnnls In the
Dennett suicide case portrays the dead
man's character In the light which nU
personal courage and unerring loyal'y
to the cause for which he fought mo it
'strongly upholds. There arc Instances
on record of men of previously good
reputation committing tho deed which
KiiPBsers seeking that which is evil
have attributed to the man Dennett,
They are, however, the exception that
proves the rulo of honest, courageous
manhood with Ideals that would force
n man to deliberately tako his own llf
, ,as his own estimate of the forfeit he
i. should pay for haying been the possible
Indirect cause of In cdeath of anothe;
That this man murdered n woman to
, escape the Incriminations of sha !y
financial transactions is against all
conclusions Justly drawn from his
career as a soldier nnd n man. The
,Amerlcnn soldier Is not an angel but'
; the esprit de corps of the service Is 'io.
such as (o create murderous cowards.
Applying the prlnclplo of buslneia
administration to tho municipal ques
tion, ns It should at all times be ap
plied, an Increased display of civic
pride In Honolulu would be cheap at
any price, even to the limit of $2 per
$100 tax rate. Tho many Instances of
Honolulu's public shortcomings :is
compared with Its progress of prlvato
enterprise are all the direct result of
our centralized government. In this
responsibility legislators must share
with executive officers. Every Legis
lature that has met has witnessed n
series of compromises between Honoln
In and the outside districts, with the
esult that neither obtain what is de
sired or actually needed to carry
through till the next session. Execu
tive Incompetence has always found an
easy loophole. If needed, of failure of
the Legislature to provide. The people
make the best of It. Until this city be
comes n power unto Itself, civic pride
as understood In every American city,
that pride which arouses to action nnd
secures results, will always bo nt a
THE NOBLITT CA8B.
Judge Humphreys' decision In thu
Noblltt caso comes as no surprise to
thoso who have followed similar cases
before tho courts of tho States, The at
titude of the Attorney Oenernl,lli the
Board of Health discussions In fa t
was an Indication that ho lind lltdn
liopo of winning the enso. Tho medical
profession has yet to reach that stago
of perfection where tho people am pre
pared to make hard nnd fast laws that
shall govern the personal activity of
any prnctltloner who lias fulfilled th
reuuliemoiits laid down by reputalilo
niedlcul colleges. In fact Instances im
not lacking where tho "quack" of tod'iy
tho "physician" of tomorrow. In no
pMflMAti n trth ilw lb mntnA
My df I he mti itr nfttrtun 4sy a row
tmpftttunl IHfl tbnHlntt mim .'
Id HiuMhm In iNillmt wHfc ntht
1 he tmi I w Mitral ihr4rtsn If h
a lihnitterftc tif htiinsn Miner ttflen
mskes lite ctmlMl fnllurr In his prn-
tire while msHy litnn who pawed In
illfferrnt trrtinlcul enonilnntlnns lulu
n prnmltienl Htltlnn In general pr
I'lDslrlAtis hae wisely hid down
rules styliil pro fen I on n I etlqitelle
These rulei lend to raise the stsndirds
of the profession nnd strict obsennni-e
Is to he advocated at all times. Vet no
one renlltcs better than the physlclal
that If Infraction of these rules w-"rc
to he made n penal offene. the cour's
would ghe n good slued perrentage of
their time to the medical fraternity
The term "unprofessional" as used hv
any profession tins as wide and con
flicting Interpretations as "un-American
" It rests largely with the Indi
vidual. The llullctln has no apologies to of
fer for the "unprofessional" conduct of
Dr. Nnblltt. The doctor himself hut
none to offer nnd In fart one of the
saving qualities of his nffalr, ns lewed
by the layman, was tho fnct that li
acknowledged his fault nnd promise.!
to do better In his observance or pro
fessional rules. Thnt this offense
should be regarded ns a crime suniclcnl
to refuse the right to administer to
such persons Inning confidence In 'ho
man. does not appeal In the nern:?e
Founder's Day at
After the boys and girls had returned
from the decoration of the resting plate
of the lato Dernlce I'auaht Dlshop yes
terday, they went back to the Institu
tion and, at about 12 o'clock, sat down
to a big luau, prepared In celebration of
Founder's Day. The feast was sprea 1
In the great dining hall which wjs
prettily decorated with greens and
flowers. There were eleven tnbles in
all and places were laid for 269 people.
Tho feast over, the master of cere
monies called for three cheers for the
commltttee In charge of the luau and
they were given with a will. Tho gl'e
club sang "Sweet Lei I.ehua" and the
girls gavo an Hawaiian song which
ended with the call. "Pauahl kc AID."
At the conclusion, the national hymn,
"Hawaii I'onol," was sung. The chil
dren of the preparatory had a luau by
themselves but they had an equally en
The memorial service took place in
the chapel on the campus at 4:30
o'clock. Tho church was decorated for
the occasion, tho most prominent piece
being a solid bank of green with the
word 'Pauahl." the name of the dead
princess, In the beautiful tllma, the
royal flower of Hawaii. Within the
chancel were nev. W. M, Klncnld, Ilev.
D.ivld Al, Mr. Thompson nnd Miss Pope
together with tho several members of
the faculty of the two schools. The
following program was well carried
Prelude Kamennol Ostrow op. 10, No.
Organ. Miss Lillian Dylngton.
Piano, Miss Helen Desha.
Sanctus Twelfth Mass Mozart
Invocation Itev, Ezera.
Song Children's Hymn of Praise.;
Scripture Rending Rev. S. P. Perry.
Hawaiian Hymn Newcomh
Address Mr. Theodore Itlchnrds.
Song De Thou. O God, nxaltcd...
.- arr. Wngn-r
Song Pauahl Kealll
Cordelia Clymer Yarndley
Doxology, ' '
Benediction Ilev. David Al.
Postlude Festival March Wely
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
1 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 Stables,
Telephone, White 3 $71, where
I have in stock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
alio wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and muble with nlckle plated
Wash Tiays, enameled Iron
with wood cove'.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water BollersandStands
Water Plre, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, I In
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber,
MOT Tlltl MIMIT IIMIIHM,
An Ainlwn firm nl mtlrtiliiinil
tnsrlilmt in s lifts, mm Hie 111 Mull
OaiMIe Nfriil'y ImiimI show mils
trffpiillng the (loililrm of Liberty lit
ranly slllre, driving n mowing tni
Milne drawn hy llengsl tigers, They
pent n large number of tlipni Hi Ih'.r
llrrlln ngetil. hut ndtertUltix art l..nl
tin rhinitis fur Hint gentleman, as Is
shown hy the following nnniMir, If
ler of protest which he addrmed In
his emploicrs' "The picture of jvitr
admirable machine, of whlrli I the
receipt of 10,000 acknowledge. Is mil
useful In this country, and It Is of much
regret to we that I reqnrst to re'urn
them permission. The women of our
country, when by clrcumnlnnco to do
agricultural work compelled, do not
dress . your picture shows I the
custom In your wonderful rnuntty and
would not deem such garment with
modesty to consist. Also we do not
tigers for draught purposes cultUal
they not being to the country native,
nor In our experience for such woik
well suited. I have to my customers
explained with earnestness that jour
plcturo Is n slnnhlld (nlegory.) and
does not mean that your admirable ma
lilnes should be operated hy women
too little clothed, nor Is It necessary
that the place of horses shall be ani
mals from the Zoologlscher Onrten be
taken. 1 cannot use them ns you In
struct, and your further advices
TO CUIUS A COLD IN ONE DAT
Tako Laxative Dromo Quinine Tabletl.
Alt druggists refund tho money If It
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on earn hor IS eenU.
EVERY MEMBER OF THIS CM
mind is hereby ordered to be pr.se t'n
the company room at the Drill Shed on
Thursday evening, December 20. i9Cw, y
7:10 p. m.. for Inspection an I drill.
(SIGNED) T. B. MURRAY,
Capt Comma' dine Co. H ,
i6i7-it , N. G.. U.
Persons who failed to get waited on the
first day will pleass excuse us. The rush
has been greater1 than we calculated upon.
We have more help and are now able to
sttve everybody promptly.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
Court Lunall'o, No.
A. O. F.
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
the above court at 7:30 o'clock this Thurs
day evening, December 20, tgoo, at the
Knights of Pythias hall, for the purpose ol
election of officers for the ensuing term
All Its members are requested to be pre
sent. JOHN M. KEA,
Hon 'lulu, Dec. 20, 1000. 1717 it
rr.. .. .
In accordance with Section 1, 01 Chapter
XXVI, of the laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby notified
that the water ratrs for tne term ending
June 30, 1901, will be due and payable at
the office of the HONOLULU WATER
WORKS on the 1st day of Januiry, 1901.
All such rates remaining unpaid for is
days atter they are due will be subject to
an additional ten per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid February 15, 1931, (jodaysaftr
becoming delinquent), are liable to suspen
slon'wlthout fur her notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water Works In the basement of Cap! 1 1
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1900 I7l7-tct
or more patterns of China
and Japanese Mattings, just
openci up, and we cordially
Invite Inspection of our line
of new and beautiful goods.
saved are dollars earned, and
comparison of goods and
prices will convince you of
the truth of our assertion
that we can give you
goods for little money.
LEWERS & COOKE,
STOCK ard BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Olllcd Furnllnre
In stock, or ordered from
For the Holidays
.FRENCH CHINA ai cm hies.
FINE CUT OLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
and METAL BRIC A
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the
FORT ST. ART
A New Lot just received ex. "AUUNA
ALA," fitted with eilher
Wood or 'Wire Wheels,
Solid Rubber Tires,
Folding or Canopy Top,
Trimmed in the Latest Styles
with Green, Russet or Drab.
Also a Full Line of.
Now Surrey, Phnotona and Road
NViiKorm Just received.
Due to arrive Ex. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 1,000,000) Red Brick.
THE0. II. DAVIES & CO., Ltd,
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT. fc
AGBNTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Balata Bceting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Macltints, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rifles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies. w
S You will be
much worry In
Presents fcyy having us
show you our Holiday
Stock of PIANOS.
Sold On Easy
tik BERflSTROM MUSIC CO., Ltd.
Everything in Music.
'In Great Variety.
BRAC t a Borm.
OLD WASTERS at the
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
'''''' ' ' ' $
ALL READY FOR YOUR
K K K K" ' K' h' .' K .'
.IUHT AI1HIVUD PCR "ZI2AI.ANDIA."
Just The Thing !
SwelT New Hats
The Very Lntt ""
Direct from Nww.York
Art Goods !
Wash Embroidery Silks
A Complete Line
Miss M. E. Killean !ji
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arrived per Bktne. "PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOH A
3 grades, brewed by the famous
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis,
In Cases and Barrels, Quarts and Pints, to suit all
tastes and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREMIUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole AgcntH fop the Hawaiian Islands.
.1 it i;
ALWAYS SUITABLE FOR
Music Boxes, -. .
Music Rolls, Etc.
' K .' K
....For Christmas Presents.
AT W WE.
In Door '
IOO to 800 Candle Power.
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Chutches'or
CALLAND SEE THEM.
,C. W. Macfarlafle, ,
AiS&mMtil$m,' t . jM &. ' V iJf
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