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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. TIIUItSDAY, JAN. 10, 190).
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TIIUKSIJAY JANUARY 10, 1901.
In announclns that the Stnto treas
ury It empty the Oovernor of Colora
do proposes measures of relief that
might well attract the faorable atten
tion of Hawaii's legislators. Our Tiv
rltory la by no means bankrupt but t
Is sufficiently closo to bo I rock to war
rant a srarcliliiK ln estimation Into new
sources of Increased revenue.
For onie In Its career the morning
organ publlKhcd a correct report of
tin- Independent party gathering for
the cry good leaaon that It copied
from the full and umirate report given
by the Ilulletln. The poor little Even
ing Echo didn't Know there was an Im
portant political convention being held
till the full details of the first session
were published in this paper.
The wild struggles of the ponderous
Advertiser to connect the Ilulletln
with Attorney Gear's trip to Washing
ton are so highly ridiculous as to make
the Morning Organ, as usual, a laugh
ing stock. It will be necessary for our
esteemed contemporary to hatch up
some other counter attack In order to
divert attention from Its repeated sluis
east upon the Hnwallan-Amerlcans and
their political activities .
The Ilulletln publishes In this Imiir
an article on our street sstem from
the pen of Mrs Eames that will be
carefully read bj every citizen lntei
ested Inthe progressive development
of this city. Our present sjstcm Is
characterized by Its lack of system. In
many Instances, tho majority In fact.
Its streets, like those of Iloston arc
attractive because of the similarity to
rowpaths. Nothing appeals to the
visitor as broad well paved streets,
nothing does more to secure a satisfied
property holding class who can point
with pride to the evidences of a pro
No hope for tho canal, no hope for
tho cable Is the latest that comes as a
forecast of tho short Congressional
session. Tho ship subsidy bill which
means a great deal to Hawaii by way
of Increnslng tho American fleet In the
Paclllc seems to have n ghost of u
show. Should even this Important
measure fall, however, there Is a
bright prospect that the diplomats vv II
secure the "open door" policy In Chi
na which will securo for American
trade an advantage that will go far to
wards forcing the legislative power
of tho nation to carry through the i-a-nal.
the cable and the ship subsidy.
ATTORNEYS FOR CMINIiSU
San Francisco, Jan. 3. Collector
Stratton received Instructions yester
day from Immigration Commissioner
T. V. Powdcrly to the effect that here
after attorneys or other icpresenta
lives of Chinese must be excluded din
ing the examination of Chinese con
cerning their right to land. Some time
ago an order Blmllar In effect was sent
by the department, which created such
n stir that a protest was formulated
ami presented to Collector Strattoi,
who forwarded It to Washington. It U
In answer to that protest that the In
structions are repeated. In his lett'T
Commissioner Powdcrly holds that the
examination of Chinese applicants lie
foie the Chinese Ilurenu Is not a trial,
ami, therefore, they have no rights
which should require defense. The ro
course of appeal to the department, he
argues, should he sufficient In such
CROVVB 8AID TO BE CAUGHT.
Sioux City, In., Jan. 1. A special to
the Journal from Chudron, Neb., says;
Pat Crowe, charged with complicity In
the abduction of Edwin Cudahy of
Omaha, has been captured. Threo de
tectives, following Crowe's trail, came,
upon him today on the Pine Rldgi
reservation near Oelrlcbs, South Dako
ta, and captured him after a wild chase,
Crowo was driving n team and buck
board. He whipped tho horses nnd
tried to outrun tho horsemen, who soon
brought him to n stop with their six-
shooters. John Del f elder, n cattleman,
has Just reached town with the news,
nnd says the posso Btopped ut a ranch
nbout thirty miles out for lunch nnd to
feed their horses.
McKINLBY'S CALIFORNIA TRIP.
Washington, Jan. 2, Surveyor Gen
eral J. M. Oleavcs of California was
among President McKlnley's callers
today, being Introduced by Represen
tative Ilarham. Oleaves told tho Piei
lilcnt that ho had mado the trip fiom
California for the sole purpose of Invit
ing him to attend n banquet to be giv
en In his honor by tho Ohio Society of
California, of which Oleavcs Is presi
dent. This banquet will bo given on
May 18th, during tho President's stay
in San l'raucifaco.
IS NOW AMERICAN AIM
IN CHINA NEGOTIATIONS
Likely to Meet With Considerable
Delay-Conger Takes Hopeful
View Independent Action
New York, January 3. A special to
the Herald from Wnshlngton says:
In the commercial treaty to be nc'
gotlated by the powers with Chlnn n
provision will be Inserted If this gov
crnment can compass It, formally roe
ognlzing the principle of the "open
door." This Important step will not
be a surprise to the powers, nil of
which have expressed themselves as
In favor of the preservation of the
"open door," and It Is believed theru
will be no open opposition In the pro
posal when made. At tho same time,
It would not surprise the officials
should some of tho powers urge that
each nation make an Independent con
vention with the Imperial government,
thus scouring opportunity to obtain
special advantages. This danger has
not been lost sight of by tho adminis
tration, which will urgo that but ono
treaty be made, nnd that In tho nature
of a reiteration of the many Important
features of the old commercial conven
tions, with such additions. Including
the "open door" proposition, ns may
In a dlspntch received from Peking
Minister Conger expressed" the opin
ion that the ipii'stions of the commer
cial relations of China and foreign
powers and that of Indemnity would
be the most difficult to solve nnd mo.t
productive of delay.
The Chinese envoys, he said, had
stated that their government was ablo
In guarantee compliance with tho con
ditions Imposed In the preliminary
ngreement. Ocrninny may raise tho
question whether tho punishment of
bover lenders Is sufficiently severe,
but this Is not llkel) to Interfcro with
I the conclusion of the negotiations.
Minister Conger takes a hopeful
view of the situation, though ho says
he expects delay In tho settlement of
the Indemnity and commercial treaty
Salt Lake. I'tah.. Jan. 1. President
l.oicnzo Snow of the Mormon Church
today Issued a greeting to the world,
in which he says: "I, In the eighty
seventh year of my age on earth, feel
full of earnest desire for the benellt
of humanity. 1 wish all a happy new
enr. 1 hope, and look for grant
events to occur in the twentieth cen
tury. At Its auspicious dawn I lift
my hands nnd Invoke the blessing of
heaven upon the Inhabitants of the
earth. May tho sunshine from above
smile upon -you. May the treasures of
the ground nnd the fruits of the soil
be brought forth freely for your good.
May the light of truth chase darknesj
from your souls. .May righteousness
Increase and Iniquity diminish ns the
years of the century roll on. May Jus
tice triumph and corruption be stamp
"Let these sentiments, ns the voice
of the 'Mormons' In the mountnlns of
Utah, go forth to the whole world,
and let all people know that our wish
nnd our mission arc for the blessing
nnd salvation of the entire hum-in
Qucen'H rlutihand Mad
London, Jan. 3. A special dispatch
from Ilerlln reports that Duko Henry
of Mecklenberg-Schwcrln, whoso mar
riage to Queen Wllhelmlna of Hollar. 1
has been announced for February 7 has
left The Hugue, Indignant at tho tono
of tho parliamentary discussion on the
subject of his future position.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I .im not out to rob the public
but simply to tarn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONLST WOHK AT HONi
1 Have Moved
my plumbing business to Fort
St. opposite the Club Stables,
Telephone, White 3571, vvh-re
I have In stock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlclde p'ated trimmings;
als ) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and nwble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron,
Hot Water Bol lers and Stands
Water Plre, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber,
ARMY LEADER GREETED
BY TREMENDOUS THRONGS
Great Outpouring of Royalty-Luncheon
at Buckingham Place
Tenth Hussars as
Uimlon, Jnnunry 3. Lord Roberts
today received a right royal welcome
on his return to London nftcr a year's
absence In South Africa.
The ciowds wcro not so dense nor
so demonstrative ns during the recent
wnr celebrations, hut people paid from
thrie to ten guineas for scats on I'lo
cndllly and St. Jnmos street balconies.
Stately mansions llko Apslcy House,
Lord Rothschild's and the Duko of
Devonshire's were crowded with not
able personages, but there prevailed
on all sides a feeling thnt the progress
of the cnmpnlngn did not warrant tri
umphant ovations, though this In no
lespect detracted from the nffectlon
with which the llttlo field mnrshnl.was
greeted. It was ns n man rather than
ns n general that London welcomed
"Ain't ho brown!" said people In tho
crowd. Hut brown or white, big or
little, the reception accorded Lord
Roberts proved tnnt there Is no more
beloved figure In public life than tho
present commander-in-chief. Ho was
everywhere greeted wltn renl affec
tlon. His modest bearing nnd the
caro with which ho saluted on nil
sides today all along the route fur
ther endeared him to the public.
Lord Roberts was in full uniform,
hir behind his carriage his staff fol
lowed In khnkl. They nnd six Indlai;
orderlies In magnificent seml-bnrharlc
uniforms were the only plcturesqno
features of tho llttlo procession. The
fact tnnt his personal escort consisted
of the Tenth Hussars, which regiment
Lord Rosslyn nnd others have accusd
of covvnifllcn nt Sannns Post, wns tnk
en to Indicate Lord Roberts' express
desire to emancipate these hussars
from any blame, besides paying a trtb
ute to tho Prlnco of Wales, who Is
their honorary colonel.
Such an array of royal personnges
has seldom turned out to honor a sub
ject. The procession from Paddlngton to
Buckingham Palace proceeded without
n hitch, In spite of the fog. The mem
ory of the recent nccldents on tho e
cnslon of the return of tho City Im
perial Volunteers kept many persons
away. With the exception of one or
two points nlong tho route tho crowds
never assumed lingo pioportlons.
Thoso present nt tho luncheon r.t
Buckingham Palace, whero tho cere
monies ended, consisted of fifty per
sons, about twenty of whom wero r.f
roynl blood and thirty were of tho no.
blllty, the latter Including Lord Sails.
bury, the Duke of Devonshire, Lord
Wolseloy nnd a majority of the mem
hers of the cabinet.
2 Cans for 25c.
Jutt received a full line of new
TABLE rRUIT, JAA1S. ETC.
Relish, Catsup, Etc
$12.50 per bbl.
6 dozen quarts
Only 3fi per cent
I, Kind unit Bethel StH. , LTD.
For the Holidays
iiHgiFRENCH CHINA cm bits.
PINE CUT OLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
and METAL BRIC A
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
FORT ST. ART
3V tfsW' . .
mfi &mhm$ Rubies
A New Lot just received ex. "AlAUNA
ALA," fitted with either
Wood or Wire Wheels,
Solid Rubber Tires,
Folding: or Canopy Top,
Trimmed in the Latest Styles,
with Green, 'Russet or Drab.
Also s Full Line of
Now Surrey, PhuetotiM unci Road
Winjono Junt rccolvcd.
I 0 O CHUM A IN j
'.' '.' ) a X & . .: .. -x- -X- a
Due to arrive Bx. "JOHN CURRIER."
l Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,000,000) Red Brick.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd,
AGBNTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clarlphos, Arsen
Cetmnt, Portland Cement, Giant Povder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Balata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, 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. $
8 "i $
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE
received at the office of the Board of Com
mlssloners, Central Plre Station, until
January 15th, 1901, for the delivery In
Honilulu within three months after notifi
cation of acceptance of tender, for
One first size Sttam Piston Fire Engine
capacity 1, 000 to 1,200 gal. per minute.
Approximate weight, 8,000 pounds.
Specification must accompany all bids.
One two-horsa Hose Wagon (equipped
for :ervlce) to carry i,soo feet of Fire
Specification to accompany all bids.
The commissioners reserve the right to
reject nnvorall bids.
Secretary, Hoard of Commissioners,
1708-td " Honolulu Fire Dept.
'In Great Variety.
BRAC t Bnrm.
i'etwttn Fort .nJ Alakea Streets.
IOO to SOO Candle Power.
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL ANP SEE THEM.
C W. Macfarlane,
Regulations Regarding tbe Interment of
tbe Dead In the District of Honolulu,
Whereas, that there having been no
place prepared for the burial of the dead as
required by law at the expiration of the
penoa set, uctODer isi, 1900, and an exten
sion of time having been crantcJ for such
special burial permit until cemeteries as
presented py law snouid De avauaDie,and
now mat such reasiDie arrangements are
an accnmDllsaed fact, therefore.
Resolved, that no rermlt for Interments
shall be granted within the city limits
except to those already possessing burial
This regulation shall go Into effect from
and after the 1st day of January, A. D
C. B. WOOD.
President Ho ml of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1900. iCqi-Ow
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IGNATIUS DONNELLY DEAD
Minneapolis, Jan. 2. Ignntlu Dot.
nelly, the politician and author, illfM
nt 12:30 o clock this morning, ageil TO
yenm. lie was taken suddenly III lau
iilnM wlilln vlaltlne nt the homo of
his father-in-law, Harton Hanson, uiul
Boon became, unconscious. A phyM
rlnn wnn miimoned. who said that the
attack was due to heart failure and that
there was llttlo chnnce of the patient .1
recovery. He passed away Bitrroimnei
by a number of his relatives.
Ignatius Donnelly was horn In Phila
delphia November 3. 1S31. Colli
hrough the public schools there.he took
up tho study of law. In 185 "he went
to Minnesota nnd has since been nctlva
In the politics of that State. He be
came Lieutenant dmernor In 1SJP ail I
was acting Oovernor for n time ditrlm
the early part of the flill War. I If
wns Congressman from 1SC3 to 10.1.
being elected ns a Republican, lie
supported the (Irecley movement u
1872. For six years after 187.1 he was n.
State Scnntor. Of late years he has
been one of the stanchest of the middle-of-the-road
Populists. At the last
general election ho was n candidate for
Vice President on that ticket. He v,nt
acthe during the campaign and spolcj
In different parts of the State.
Is the number of MAY & COS
telephone. Ring them up and
order some frejh
Wild Duck! PATES
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. Fort Street
LIFE land FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. gf Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach n, Htl.
brewer ce., im..
Qutn ittwt. Honolul U.I
Pimm LIm Sin ft )lco Ptclnl u. Ill
-ukbi wu iiaiiiaaia nuii.u iau. jiu
1.0. LIM Ol HOOtPfl rtciut.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. CooVo, Pealdent Oeorre
Robertson, Managor, E. F. BJibo?
Treasurer nci Secretary) Col. W, J
Allen, Auditir; P. C. Joues, H. TVifcr
houM. Geo. R. Carter. Director.
md other Rings, Watches, Bract
its, Pins, and an extensive variety
404U FOHT STREET.
Young St., bet. Ajapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone 7171 Blue.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing :o acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1 702-tf 1; Kaahumanu St.
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv ptovlng property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4759! Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No. Ci ift Eldredge, No. 247)0;
Imperial, No, 14506. I7i6-tr
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