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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOIl SAN FltANCISCO.
Zealamlla Jan. 211 Zcalandla Jan. 2G
Sonoma Jan. 29 Sierra Jan. 21)
Mariposa Feb. 9 Mariposa Feb IS
Sierra Feb. 19 Alameda Feb. IS
Zealandla Men. 2 Zealamlla Mch. C
Ventura Mch 12 Sonoma Mch. 12
I................. ....... , .! .IIMIMI
In connection with tho sailing of the above steamers tho agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York by any steamship line to all Eurapean ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Occidental ml Oriental Steamship Go, t Tojo Kisen Kaisba
.. duincrtof ttt above ctmpiniM will tell at Honolola toS Itava tfalatorloi or atoittta
For Japan and China:
City ol PtVlnjE -.
., January ij
... February tfr
Fof fftotral Jn formation py v
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Caaaftian - Australian Royal lail Steamship Company.
SteaiLi ta el toa above line. iuobIbc la connection with tte CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
atfyaa Vancouver, B.C., and Svdney, N. S. W., atdcalllopat Victoria. U. C. Honolulu toi Drlebane
flMC AT HONOLULU oo or about the dalea below itatel vlii
FROVt VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C.
fr'ibiiit aa4 Sydney
M low era.
. April ti
Warrlmoo June 3
-iiut.t:b tlcketa laaoed from Honolulu to Canada, Ualte4 Statu aod Eorope.
raieert aaa an eeaerai laroraaiioa, appiy 10
Thco. H. Davies &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. 8. Hawaiian will be disp.ttcheJ from New York on or before
January 15 for Ban Fruncisco, en route to Honolulu.
To be followed by 6. S. Oregonlan. March loading.
Freight received at company's wlvirf, 43d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE, ,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOUR'S
Walklkl Road, Walklk .
TEL. BLACK 141. ,
When You WaqUs
RING UP THE. ...
C -Li- U-D
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
118 gOBT STREK1
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 818 and 7li.
O. H. BELUNA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
ear Dump Carts furnished by the daj
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's ornce.
THE ONION EXPRESS CO.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Const ?d we check
baggage on all outgoing steamer.
While aod Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Uulletln. 210 King
street. Tel. 86. ...
W. LARSEH, Vft.
Wilder's Steamship Cqlpany
FOH ISLAND PORTS.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
For San Francisco:
Hop ffkone -Maru Jan. 10
China . .... Jan it
Doric. . January a6
Nippon Maru ... fttruary
Wo it Janeiro February ta
Coptic ....,.. .February 19
FROM SYDNEY AND DR1SBANB
I or Victoria acd Vancouver (D. C):
Aorangl Jan. 16
Warrlmoo ...........Feb. it
Mlowera. . .... Mar. t
Aoransl April to
Warrlmoi.. May 8
Mioera , June 5
For Frelgbt aod
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l A&cnts.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Bsrber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHKOP, General Agent,
115 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E.L. LOMAX.G.P. &1.A.,
MJ2 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1JW9.
STATIONS. D.lly D.llr
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r. C. Smith, Gen'l Pass. A Ticket
O. P. Drniho. Mnrmrlnuindnnt.
Violin - Studio
ROOM 4. LOVE BUILDING.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Yllnon "
720 Bcrctanla street; Tel. 1114. i627-tf
K. K. KAAI,
Toucher of ' ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltba
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Ordem to bo left care ut Wall, Nlclio-i
Oo V'Hutrom Mnalo Oo.' !
NEXT DECADE DEMANDS
CHANGES IN ECONOMICS
Meeting of National Association-Paper
by Prof. Feter Forecasts
'Necessity for Reexamina
tion of Theory.
Detroit, Dec. 20. Tho American Eco
nomic Association concluded Its sea
slons today. Tho first paper of the
day, that of Dr. Thorsteln Veblcn of
Chicago, on "Industrial and Pecuniary
Occupants," was read by title.
Professor 1'rank A. Feter of Stan
ford University read a paper on "Tho
Next Decade In Economic Theory." He
cssajed to forecast from present ten
dencies and current theories the direc
tion of further development In econo
mics. The years slnco 1SSJ, he said, be
longed to the utility discussion and to
the marginal theories of value built
thereupon. The marginal principle as
a device of explanation nnd ns n mode
of thought lias become Indlspensabl
Tho old cost of production theory Is
discredited. As a result such fundc
mrntal concepts ns those of capital and
Interest, land nnd rent need reexami
nation. The speaker critically review
ed the dciclopmcnt of these concepts
In economic theory,7' tracing the In
fluence upon them of changes In In
dustrial conditions nnd concluded that
First The land theory of value mutt
bo thrown nsldc ami the traditional
dllslon of factors of production must
be abandoned as llloi;lcal.
Second The doctrine of rent nnd In
terest as currently taught Is hopeless
ly entangled In theso old nnd Illogical
distinctions. Kent nnd Interest should
bo regarded as different modes of cal
culating tho retirins of material goods,
not ns returns to different agents In
production or as different kinds of re
turn. Third The concept of capital must
bo given an Importance In economic
theory adequate to tho dominant placo
of capitalistic enterprise In present In
dustrial affairs, and bo redefined so as
to correspond more closely with com
mercial usage nnd the needs of practi
Tho election of officers resulted In tha
reelection of tllchard T. Ely ns presi
dent; Prof. Marburg of Ilaltlmore. flrtt
vice president; F. N. Taylor of the
University of Michigan, second vice
president; John C. Schwab of Yale,
third vlco president; Charles II. Hull
of Ithaca, secretary and treasurer.
HE WAS WITH PERRY
1i San ranclico Ch'onlclo of D'c
31 states that Henry S. Kastham, tho
last survlior of the crews that sencd
In Commodore Perry's famous expedi
tion to Japan, died on tho morning of
the 31st, at his home, 2123 Klttredgo
streets. Although he had been In ill
health for many years his deuth t.n
unexpected. The deceased was a nn
ttvo of New Iiulfortl, Mass., aged CG
"Captain" Eastliam, as he was gen
erally known, was a familiar flgiue
about tho Ilerkeley streets. Up to week
ngo he walked down town every morn
ing, leaning on his staff. He wan
known by nil the old Inhabitants and
the now ones soon became acquainted
with the genial old sailor.
Mr. Easthnm came from a seafaring
family. His father was master of 'a
vessel, and while still a boy young
Eastbam went to sea. He appeared
much older than he was and beenma
mate of a merchant vessel before he
reached his twentieth year. When tils
time expired Ensthnm joined Perr's
fleet, then In the South Sens on Its
way to Japan. Tho young sailor was
assigned to tho flagship nnd formed
part of tho crew which manned Perry's
He served throughout all the stirring
scenes of 1853. when Perry with his ten
warships opened tho ports of Japan to
tho commerce of the civilized world.
Ho helped light tho Chinese plratc3
who swarmed tho Asiatic coast at that
time. When In a reminiscent mood Mr.
Eastliam was ablo to tell many thrill
ing tales of adventure and warfaio
whllo serving In the far East.
Mr. Eastliam became III during ser
vice and at his request was Invalided
home. Ho was honorably dlschaiged
from the United States steamship War
ren and from the naval service. In 1835.
Tho Warren at that time was at the
Mnro Island navy yard.
Several attempts havo been mndo to
sccuro a pension of Mr. Eastham. At
present their bill beforo Congress,
championed by Congressman Mctcalf,
to grant tho old sailor n pension of $20
a month, with forty-five years' back
pay at tho same rate. Ho had expected
this bill to go through nnd had hopel
to paBs hla last days In peaco nnd com
fort. Tho deceased leaves n sister, Mrs. E.
F. Qwynncth, with whom he resided,
After a very rough trip tho American
bark Allien Hesse reached port yester
day afternoon 29 days out from 'Frisco.
Tho vessel Is In eommand of Captain
Potter who states that from the tlmn
ho left port experienced strong south
erly and southwesterly winds, carrying
away the foresail, fore top gallant sail
nnd the Jib. Sho was towed into tho
harboi by the tug Fearless nnd made
fast nt Allen's wharf, She brings n
general cargo and will discharge rapid
ly In order to fceeuro quick clearance.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
New York, Dec, 29. A cable to the
Sun from ltomo says: Tho announce
ment that the holy year has been ex
tended six months caused considerable
surprise, ns It was understood tint
1900 had quite como up to the expec
tations of the Vatican authorities In re
spect to the number of pilgrims nnd the
amount of contributions to Peters
pence. The latest Papal bull Is explain
by tho fact that the Popo Is anxious
that, In view of tho probability of h s
early demise, a contingency which he
nlwu)s bears In mind, despite his oc
casional Jocular references In private
to his Intention to become a centen
arian, tho papal finances shall be In a
prosperous condition. Ho Is of tho
opinion that tho world will almost Im
mediately commence n scries of seven
lean years In respect to International
trade and commerce, with n conse
quent falling off In Peter's pence. Con
sequently special efforts arc necessary
to replenish tho Papal treasury, and
ono of these Is the Pope's plnn for at
tracting more pilgrims to Homo by pro
longing tho holy year.
During tho present month atone
there was receUed In Peter's pence thi
enormous sum of 2.100,000 lire ($180.
000). Nothing llko this has been re
ceived In n single month slnco the
I'opo censed to bo n temporal sover
eign. The exact figures arc not yet
officially declared, but It Is stated on
semi-official authority that tho total of
Peter's pence for the year ending De
cember 21th was 17,000,000 llro ($J,
.'20.000). Six hundred thousand pil
grims, properly so called, nrrUed In
Home during the year, whllo there were
COO.OOO non-pilgrim visitors, making
the Influx for the year over n million
persons. Tho Vatican records show
that In 1"7" half a million pilgrims
visited ltomo nnd 700.000 In 1S2.1. but
In both these cases tho methods of cit
culntlng were, to say the least, of J
rnugh-and-rendy character, and It may
safely be ileclnred that 1900 has beaten
THE LAW OFNUISANCtS
In 1111 article of news yesterday refer
ence was made to the law of nuisances
relatUo to utilities. The writer hail In
mind n decision of the Supremo Com I
on tho question, but at the moment
did not have the book under his hand.
It wiis the case of Abraham Fcrnnndcz
vb. People's Ico and Hefrlgcratlng Co.
A Jury awarded Mr. Fernandez $2."o
damages. Exceptions taken by defen
dants weer overruled by tho .Supreme
Court nt July term, 18S6, Justice Mc
Cully writing the opinion. Tho law
declared In tho syllabus was as fol
lows: "In an action for damages for a nui
sance caused by smoko nnd soot from
tho furnace of an Ice manufactory. It Is
no defense that Ice Is a necessity, nnd
that tho price haB been reduced by the
operation of defendants' factory.
"Defendant Is llnblo for any tangible
injury caused by smoko and soot to
tho property or comfort of plaintiff and
hla family; If tho result is In fact a
nuisance. It Is no defense that the busi
ness Is lawful and carried on In a
Hank of Hawaii Officers.
At the regular annual meeting of tho
Hank of Hawaii, Ltd.. yesterday, tlu
following ofllccrs were elected to serve
during tho ensuing year: President,
Charles M. Cooke; vlco president, P. C
Jones; cashier, Clarence It. Cooke; as
sistant cashier, F, C. Atherton; direc
tors. Henry Wnterhouse. Tom May, F.
W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tcnney, J. A.
McCandless, l C. Atherton, C. H.
Cooke, P. C. Jones, Chnrlcs M. Cooke.
Tho capital of tho bank wns shown
to bo $000,000, the reserve $.",0,000 and
tho undivided profits 9121.fiC4.9I.
Mrs. C. Elston. Mrs. C. F. Hart. H.
W. Schmidt and Miss Merten were pas
sengers from Kauai In tho Mlknhala
tViri.rkible Discovery Tfaat Cures Tbis Danger
ous and DlsOgurlDg Disease Wliboul Palo,
Operation or Inconvenience.
TRIAL PACKAGE SENT FREE.
Dr. John P. llalg, a well known Cin
cinnati physician has had marvelous
success with a remedy that cures Goltro
or Thick Neck. And owing to that fact
Mr. Lillian Froun, wli,, wi entirely cur.4 of Goitre
aim .tillering lor .. year.
that most sufferers belloto aoltre Is In
eurablo Dr. Hnlg sends a frco trl.il
package of his discovery so that pa
tients may try and know posltttoly that
uoitio can bo cured at homo without
Ialn. danger, operation or nny Incon
venience, send your name and nddrcss
to Dr. John P, Halg, 8C0 Glenn HulM
Ing, Cincinnati, Ohio, V. B. A., nnd he
will forward tho treatment postage,
prepaid, Do not fall to got this won
dei ful remedy. In Ilombay, India, CO,
000 patients In that Infected district
wero cured with this sumo remedy, nnd
wherever UBetl Its success has beep
Write nt once, send namo nnd ad
dress today, and Dr. Hnlg will bo glad
to send you a trial pacltago of tho reme
dy free, Do not delay.
m 'ail r
Many people suffer from constipation.
This Invarlsbly produces stomach, liver
and kidney dfseaie. Constipation Is a
dangerous disease. Cure It with Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters. There Is nothing
better. It will not shock the svs'em and
It positively cures indigestion, dyspepla,
biliousness, malaria, fever and ague. Try
It. It may be obtalneJ from any druggist.
See that a Private Revenue 8 1 11 nip
covers the neck of the bottle.
to Y. M. C. A. Work
New York, Dee. 30. Governor Itoosj
vclt spoko this afternoon at Carnegie
Hall beforo an nudlenco of )oung men
that completely filled the house. It
was a mass meeting arranged by tho
Young Mcn'.'s Christian Association of
the city, but It wns somewhat unique
In tho fact that the chief speaker was
In u way addressing more than a hun
dred other audiences throughout the
country. Copies of Ooternor Iloose
volt's nddress had been secured In
advanco and sent to the associations
throughout tho country, and It was
said that the address was read aloud lit
moro than a hundred meetings at the
same hour at which ho addressed his
Tho Vlco President-elect wns receiv
ed n Ith prolonged applause. He spoke
in part as follows:
"It Is a peculiar pleasuro to mo to
como before you today to greet and to
bear testimony to tho great good that
has been done by theso Young Men's
and Young Women's Christian Asso
ciations throughout the United State.)
and the Dominion of Canada. Mors
and more wo aro getting to recognizo
tho law of combination. This Is true
of many phases of our Industrial life,
nnd It Is equally true of the world of
philanthropic effort. Nowhcro Is It,
or will It ever be, possible to supplant
Individual effort and Individual Initia
tive; but In addition to this, there must
be work In combination. Moro and
more this Is recognized ns true not only
In charitable work proper, but In that
best form of philanthropic endeavor
where wo do good to ourselves by all
Joining together to do good to ono an
other. This is exactly what Is donn
In your associations.
"These associations of yours try to
mako men self-helpful and to help
them when they nro self-helpful. Tluy
do not try merely to carry them, to
benefit them for the moment at tin
cost of their future undoing. This
means that all In nny way connected
with them not merely retain, but In
crease their self-respect. Any man who
tnkes part In tho work of such an or
ganization Is benefited to some extent
nnd benefits the community to some ex
tentof course nlways with the pro
viso that the organization Is well man
aged, nnd Is run on a business basis
as well as with a philanthropic pur
pose." Legal Notices.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF Ex
ecution lsued o-it of the Supreme Court of
the Territory of Hawaii, on the 20th day
of December, A. D., 1000, against J. A.
But'ertield, defendant, In favor of E, J,
Monsarrat, plaintiff, for the sum of 562.51,
I have on this 27th diy of December, A.
D 1000, Itvled upon urd shall expose for
sale at public auction at tne Station House,
Kalakaua Hale, In the District of Honolulu,
Island of Oaliu, at 12 o'clock noon, of
Tuesday, the 29th day of January, A.D.,
1001, to the highest bidder, all the r'ght,
title, and Interest, of said J. A. Butttrheld,
defendant, In and to the following describ
ed property, unless said judgment, Inter
est, costs, and my expenses be previously
All those premls-s situated at Pawai,
Punahou, Oaliu, known as I ts 12 and 13,
being a portion of premises covered bv
Apana 2 of L.C.A. 8241 to LI, more parti
cularly described In deej of Bruce Waring
and Desky to T. II, Spilng, recorded In
Liter 155, on -'ollo aio, said premises be
ing bounded and.descrlbeJ as follows :
Beginning at the South corner ot tlise
Lots a point on tre West slJs of Puna
hull St. tearing North 45 00, East distance
300 feet from the North angle of Domlnls
and fun iliui streets, and thence tunning
North 4$os tast 150 feet along said
Punahou street; thence North 42 co
Weast 125 feet, thence SnuUi 45oo
West 150 feet, thence South 410 sa tast
125 feet to place of beginning, containing
an area of 18750 sq. feet.
Subject to the following Mortgages, viz:
fa) Mortgage, T. B. bprlng to I rustee
of Oaliu College, recorded In I.lber i0j,
Folio 220, for th'ee thousand Dollars.
(b) Mortgage, T. U. Spring to L. L.
Cooke, Trustee, recorded In Liber lb),
Folio 63, for two thousand five hundr.-d
(c) .Mortgage, J, A. Huttertield to Lew
en and Cooke, dated Octoter 3, 180S, re
cordel In Liber 182, Folia 181 to 182, for
one thousand live hundred Dollars.
CHAS. P. CHILLINGWORTH.
Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
December 27, 1900, 1723-61
FRANK J, DILLON Is no longer In
our employ, and we will not berespomible
for anv debts cr contracts made by him.
THE WASHINGTON MERCANTILE
CO.. I TD. t73Mw
Notice Is hereby given that THE EN
TERPRISE MILL CO., LTD., of Hono
lulu, has muted It's office to the Magoon
Building, room ti. All persor.s owing ac
counts to said company will kindly settle
the same promptly. 1714-iE
THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANT
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakoi
and Richards streets, and tespectfufly srii
clts the patronage of all former customer
of the latter mill company.
1710 tf W. H.G.ARNEMANN.
The firm of CAMPBELL & MINTOX'
having dissolved by mutuil convnt, twlkt
Is hereby given that all outstanding dtrts,
as also all ac.ounts due the above tirm.a't
now assumed by W. M. Cimpbell, oper
ating and continuing the business under
his own name.
W. M. CAMPBELL,
W. M. MINTON.
January t, 1001. 1730-1 w
Stockholders are hereby notified that trm
FoufthAssessment of 5 per centor two nd
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payibl
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
lit Fort street. J. II. FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph C
Honolulu. Jnn . 'otn. t5W
All privilege holders of tots at Hie
Catholic Cemetery on King street are re
quested to pay acontrlbutlonoflive(f5.oo)
dollars at the office of the Catholic Mis
sion during this month of JANUARY,
toot. Anyone falling to pay the amount
shall loose all rights and privileges. The
Catholic Mission will take care of aU
graves. By order.
I72q-6t F.J1. VALENTINE.
Election 0 Officers.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
See Yup Benevolent Society, helJ the rtl
day of December, 1000, the following per
sons were elected as officers of the Society,
to serve for the ensuing year:
President, LEE DOT SON.
Vice President, CHEW GEM.
Secretary, Y. M. WEE.
Chinese Sec'y, MAN.CHON SANG.
Treasurer, LEE LICK.
Auditor, KEE KAN. t7aa-iw
Election of Officers,
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCKT-
holders of the Pacific Mill Co.. Ltd.. hld
this day, the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year:
President, EMMETr MAY.
Vice President, R.C. GEAR.
Treasurer, W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Secretary, W. P. BARRY.
Auditor.. L. M. McKEAGUEandJ.
The above officers constitute the HtiiJ
W. P. BARRY, Secretary.
Janua'y 2, 1001. iraj-tw
R. W. ATKINSON
Houses, Rooms, Offices,
FURNISHED OR UNrURMSHLn.
Room 11, Magoon Bid.,
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLOR
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Watu.
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA.
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO.V,
th. only J.lly Jap.n.s. r.pcr publlwl
In th, territory or H.wll .
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
Bar Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 007.
A.Harrl8on Mill Co.
LSTIMATL. tURMSIII U 01 All MIDI OI
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Tumlar
KAWAIAIlAO ST., KhWAUV,
Tel. WhlJtejMj P. O. Bat 553.
REAL fiSTATG TRANSACTION
Subscribers nre furnished with tccisi
live to six lists per week, giving an nt
curato record of deeds, mortRSRe:. '
leases, releases, powers of attorn-,
etc., etc., which arn placed on record.
SUUSCIUPTION PRICE, J2.00 PHv
A. V. GBAR,
TuW Building, Honolslc
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