Newspaper Page Text
w, v 'gyj'y"'1'" ""5)iivft7 a1 ""'
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.( MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 1901.
, V .-
someofls.Plijslclans And Dentists.
Dr. Henry W. Mnvard Ins remodel his
office to the cottaj;e on Alakea street, just
matika of Maionlc Temp'e.
o to 12 a. m.;
i to 4 p. m. an J
7 to 8 p. m.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
TELE HONES t
orticr. Main, j8j,
HOURS-n A. . TO i
P w ,
P. o Boxt-l. SVMIIVt-
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Ueretnntn Street.
i to 1
7 to 8
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resl1
dence, Eeretanla St., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS .mto opim.'
TEL. Main UP
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has rt-ODtr ed his office at .'. .
7- A P.M.
V 8 '.At. i
OR. JE. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Reldence: Corner
Beretanla and Mll'er streets.
lorries Hours: 8 10 11 a. m.
t to 1 p. M.
7 to 5 p. M.
Suidavs g 0 to lino A. M,
TELEPHONE i. WHITE. !
JR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BEHETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone CIO. P. O. Box, C01.
Office hours: 3 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
JJ. m.;T to 8 p, m.; Sundays, & to 11 a. m.
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
ID e n. t i & t.
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakei St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8:30 to 4
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 2 to 4. Telephone 434.
C T. I'EtEBSON J. A. MATTHtWtlAN
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
r. o. Box ii
Tiimiovt, Main i6t
13 KAAHUMANU ST
fiEO. A. DAVIS
' GEO. 0. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
attorneys and Counsellors at
Rooms 202, 20, 102, Judd Building.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Office: In the Occidental Hotel,
vMve? erf King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
in Crayon or Oil
Pictures Framed In any stylo
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldings for Frames havo
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
14fo TELEPHONE 869
P.O.BOX901, TEL. J,)
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
65 Hotel St., Near Fort
T, KAT SUNUMA & Co.
A. K OZAWA. Manigrr.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tmpo, try Otflco: Room t opitalri Srrackall P0I14
lit Til. ;.l
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANO
ClftthlnirCltanfd, Dy.4 and Repaired
-SUITS MaDB TOOUDER--Fll
tuir.nlctd Lowiit Ptko,
Ftt Street, near Kukul, n4 near Orpheum Thetter,
, Cleaning ont lult, Ii
A Tin Assortment op AnemcAH. EnaLHH Ann
Scotch CLoth ox Hand
Ho. jig Nuuanu itreat. Honolulu, H..I.
Good work and lilt-clan HI (uarantMd
Cloth.. Cltan.d and R.oalrad
BOOM NO. Ill, HPUKCKtJLH
Koautlon Work a Specialty.
,-. .- "' tiWA-'WV L,Vri
Beer and line Dealers.
lMFOHTi:itS, AKD WnOtlSAH
Agintl (Of lb. Dott'rl rutoler Brer t lutll.
No. ID Nccamu Uinnri
rttr liloc'4 Uoioiuiu, Hawaiian UunDk
P. O Dei i it Mutual T.ltthoc lot
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band.
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; It's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop.
i'cbltecls, Contractors and Builders
BUILDER . . ,
lobbing : Promptly : Attended : To
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
t: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Co, W. Paga
P. W Bl.rJ.I..
P. O. Boi III
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
ionolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t' Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Oealors in Lumber and Ooul
Queen rtrewt. Honoluln
ii. F. BBRTELMAN'S
a .tar of old stand. Entrancs on King
rt. Or'r left at either shop, or office,
1 John Nott'e '.'ore, Kin? street, will re
'v promc attac'tno. uu-tf
TELEPHONE MO 31.
MOW Is the time to get lok s
breakages Men to, and ymr
Roofs Put in Oirdfc
By competent woiktpH.ii.
W, H. Dath
Honolulu Sljeet Metal Worh
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Viatllit
Conductor Pipe and Gutttr Work.
nicbudi Stl.lt. til. Qumo IDd M.tchiot, Uoi.lk
aarjobblof proBttly att.cdid io.Vt
Tel. White 41. P. O. BoxS7(
Notice to Property Owners and Builders
1 wish to notify the Property Owners
and Bull.ers In general, tlut 1 am now
open for business In the Territory Stables
Block, King St.. and am ready to give
figures on all kinds of plumbing and sew
erase work. A complete line always cat
rled In stock.
C. H. BROWN,
Telephone Main 48. Sanltarv I'lumter,
P.O. Box 811. 55KlngSt.
Cinetal Haoaget ot
1 HqaHable Life Assutnc4 Bociv
0' On United Mtotesfoi the Hawsilfc
Ortinai Moohact utrea:. How
M. PHILLIPS A 00.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
'cropein and American D'j m
to t and Qneen Htrenta,
II. HAOKFELD k 00., Li
iHHERAL C0MISS1QK ABBJ'
Oot. Fort and Qncon Streets om..v
j C. .1. COOPKH, Lincoln. Nchraskn. -Jtawnll
trntns Its own public nrliool
tcaclicis. An outsider might by pass
ing the iiioscrlbid examination tot cer
tldcatcs, guided, nnd waiting his or her
turn for tmploj meat obtain an appoint
ment. There Is no great demand fo'
tlnueis, anil one should bu au nll-roun 1
artificer that Is, bo able to do cornleo
work, make a ventilator, etc. I'alntcis
are not scarce, a gieat many natlvis
and Asiatics being wleldcrs of the
brush. There Is no plague In Hon.)
lulu, a vlsltntlon from China the end
of 1S99 having been stamped out.
NEW YOttK COJIMEllCIAIz-l'iit
the Evening Bulletin on your exchange
list nnd you will get all the news of the
Honolulu business community.
I). S. I'HYAIt. lllversldc, Orchard
Sumner, Wash. I). 0. Camarlnos, Oen.
Andrews and H. Campbell arc fruit
dealers, also the following grocery
houses: H. May & Co., Ltd., Lewis &
Co.. Clias. Ilustaco. Estate James
Hutchlngs, Salter & Watty nnd Jos. Ii.
Mills. Sec commission houses adver
tised In Bulletin. No trade Journal
A. 0. HUIZ1X0A. M. D., 11.10S Michi
gan ncntip, Chicago. Honolulu olUclal
weather record 189D-1800: Barometer
July. 9 a. m. 30.002, 3 p, m. 29.911; Jan
nary. 9 a. m. 30.010, 3 p. ill. 29.911; joar,
9 a. m. 30.021. 3 p. m. 29.911. Relative
humidity, July. 9 n. m. C6.2. 9 p. m.
CS.9; January. 9 a. m. CI, 9 p. m. 73.1;
year, 9 a. m. CC.2. 9 p. m. "2.3. Rain
fall July 0.42. January 0.71, April 5.23,
year 20.13. Temperature, July, mini
mum 71.5, maximum S1.2, nverage 77.
January, minimum. CI.O, maximum
77.2. average 70.1; year, minimum C9.
maximum S0.9. average 71.2. Absolute
humidity, grains to cubic foot, Jul
C.SO; January, 5.7G; jear, C.45. Cloul
amount. July. 1.3; January, 4.1 j year,
4.2. Wind force. July. 2.0; January.
2.5; jcar, 2.7. Total rainfall at stations
on island of Hawaii for year range 1
from 99.78 to 10.29; .Maul. 42.20 to
21.90; Oahu, 90.90 to 0.35; Kauai, 57.17
to 23.S3. Elevations of stations range
from 10 fdet to 4000 feet above sr'a
level. Kogs arc unknown, the nearest
approach being a thick morning haze
on low levels. Thero are nbundant
opportunities for Investment. No
where, perhaps, may money mnkc mon
ey In careful Investment more surely
than In Hawaii, now experiencing a
new era of development under the Stars
and Stripes. To practice medicine one
must pass a board of cxamlueis, on
whoso certificate the Board of Health
recommends the Territorial Treasurer
to issuo a license. There arc many doc
tors In the Territory, and a goodlv
number In Honolulu and Hllo enjoy
large practices. Each elcctoial district
has, for a long time past, had a gov
ernment physician, whose salaries
though moderate are In many cases
supplemented with ngular pay from
sugar planting companies and more or
less private practice. To obtain such a
position a doctor flics nn application
and awaits a vacancy In his turn.
Sometimes n practice Is obtainable 'y
purchase from an Incumbent going
A. TRIP1ER. Bureau 214. Chamber of
Commerce. Paris. France, knowing En
glish and Spanish, wants to act as
agent and storekeeper for the ialc of
all products that can be sold In Traneo
GEO. II. HAMMOND. Cedar Rapids.
Nebraska. The feasibility of obtaining
American or white labor to perform
agricultural work on the sugar plana-
tlotis Is a quia! Inn that haa bci'ii much
discussed from time out ot mind. It
must still be put down ns a debatenblo
question. Asiatics, Portuguese and Ha-
wallans hae In tne past lonved the
bulk of such labor. AlthnimU the cli
mate is milder than In almost any of
the Acids In the States In summer, yet
there Is n peculiarity to It wliMi few
white laborers have been found to en
Joy long. Germans have worked for
years on plantations owned by their
countrymen, yet the tendency of these
nnd other whites has always heeu tn
seek other employment as soon as pos
sible. Slnco Chinese Immigration is
prohibited under annexation, Japanese
Immigration checked by the home gov
ernment, and contracts to labor abol
ished by tho Act of Congress, 0p ngti
cullural labor question is In a transi
tion stage. White men who are capa
ble get Jobs as ovei seers, engineer-),
carpenters, blacksmiths, etc,, on tho
plantations, but thero Is no great de
mand for such as In tho case of com
mon labor. Tho plantation carpenter
work Is of a cheap class, nnd Portu
guese nnd Asiatics satisfy tho planters
Agricultural laborers receive from $1&
to $22 a month or thereabouts, with
freo house, mcdlcul attendance, ftiil
and water. Schemes of planting on
shares, profit-sharing with laboiet-n,
etc., aro In some loguo perhaps In
creasing, and something of the kind
must piobably bo an essential so far as
whlto labor Is concerned If It ever suc
ceeds.. In .Honolulu thcie Is much
building-going on, yet many carpenters
aro looking for work. A thorough me
chanic, howevor, who brings enough
money to bide a chance will, onco ho
gets employment, bo caBlly nblo to
hold It. Wages of mechanics rang?.
any, from $2.50 to $3 a day. Living
and house rent aio higher hero than In
T. A. KENNEDY, Danlelsqn. Conn,,
nsks; 1. What are tho prospects for
young men having n common schoil
education, nnd somo knowledge of
farming and book-keeping, of mnklnj
n lltellhootl on tho Islands? 2. Could
a young man, without financial back
ing or friends, succeed In nny of the
outdoor Industries better than at home
In the States? 3. Would he hnvc n bo'
ter chance with n limited capital of.
say, $500. Ans. 1, One would need tu
' ....A. -. .i'
" "'- '
he n thorough farmer, with' capacity of
adapting his experience to different
soils nnd climates from those to vhl"!i
he has been used, nnd withal have capi
tal of thousands to succeed In tho Ha
waiian Islands. The supply of book
keepers far exceeds tho demand, and
tho Irjcal schools are constantly addlns
thereto. 2. No, except by force of un
common talent, pluck nnd staying
powers. 3. A capital of $500, unless It
were strictly surplus In a young man's
resources, would be of no use In Ha
waii. Then It could bo Invested In Ha
waiian securities almost as well In
San Francisco as In Honolulu.
THE ENGINEERING NEWS, New
York, Construction News Department
Your purpose may bo served as well
by exchanging with the Evening Bulle
tin ns through a special correspondent
Perpetual Drunk Was
Sentenced for Life,
Algernon Dove, better known as
"Babe," was In the Police Court again
yesterday for maybe the thousumirn
time, says the Arizona Republican. The
last time ho came before the Court, the
Recorder, having Imposed an ordlnnn
sentence, told him that the next tlma
ho was In ought before him he would
send him up for life. "Babo" replied
that he would never get drunk again
In his life.
Tho Recorder was. therefore ,. as
tounded nnd embarrassed when "Babo"
was led In yesterday morning.
A life sentence, under tho ordinary
meaning of the expression, was beyond
his Jurisdiction, In fact, ho Is held
down to the pitiful period of ISO dnys,
yet his work on life Insurance, con
taining an "Expectation of Life" tabli,
from which he proved to "Babe" that
he could not reasonably expect to llvo
more than thirty days longer, slnco he
was already CO years old. "Assuming,
therefore," said tho Court, "ns I have
a right to nssume trom this tame, tn.it
you will live thirty days longer and no
more, I will sentence you to thirty days
In the chalngang. I could give you forty
days and even more, hut we would not
want your remains lying around here
Wo have no place to keep them. Be
sides, tho devil has certain claims upon
you. which wo are bound to respect In
law. It Is true that the devil Is not an
admirable character, but, as much n-i
wo disapprove of his morals, nt tho
same time we cannot, without dishonor,
withhold from him anything that right
fully belongs to him. If we should do
so we would bo but little better than
he Is. The sentence ot this court Is.
therefore, that you bo taken hence nnd
placed upon the chalngang, in which
you shall labor by day, and that you
bo confined at night In the City Jail
this sentence, to be In force for thirty
days nnd nlghtB, the natural and rea
sonable remaining period of your llf?."
New York, Jan. 2. Not qulto two
years ago Nikola Tesla went out to
Colorado to conduct experiments in
relation to tho wireless transmission of
energy, which has engaged his atten
tion for several years. Tesla founl It
necessary. In order to carry on tho In
vestigations and experiments to the ex
tent he desired, to work at an nltl
ture ot scevral thousand feet. He
found conditions suitable for his pur
poses In Colorado and went there In
the spring ot 1S99, built n laboratory
about ten miles from Pike's Peak and
went to work, What ho accomplished
In the eight or nine months while he
was working t,here ho has kept pretty
much to himself ever since.
He regards the latest results as far
and away the most Important ho has
ever attained. Briefly, Tesla has ben
able to note a novel manifestation ot
energy which ho knows Is not of solar
or terrestrial origin, and, being neither,
ho concludes It muBt emannte from one
of the planets. While he was conduct
Ing the Investigations In the Colorado
laboratory one day an Instrument he
was using to observe the electrical con
dltlon of the earth was affected In nn
unaccountable manner. It recorded
three distinct, though very fnlnt, move
ments, one after the other. TIumc
movements were observed not onco.
but many times, tho number of Im
pulses varying, nnd Tesla now (Irmly
believes that, with Improved apparatus
It will ho qulto possible for people of
the earth to communicate with tho In
habitants of Mars or other planets.
ALL RECORDS BROKEN.
New York, Jan. 2. Clearing houvi
exchanges today amounted to tho ciini
mous figure of $127,903,000, breaking nil
records. This was tho result of the
heaviest Interest paying In many years,
The previous high record was reachol
Thursday last when the day's ex
change aggregated $301,013,290, com
pared with $353,503,020 November 20th.
and $332,802,500 April 11, 1899.
The enormous exchanges today wcro
flnnneed, however, with tho transfer ot
only $10,311,000 1n nctiml cobIi bal
ances, which wcro paid over at th3
clcarlng-houso by 2 o'clock, Most ot
tho Indebtedness was discharged by
tho payment of $5000 and $10,000 clear-lng-houso
and Government gold cer
tificates. An officer of one of tho largest hanks
periodical disbursements would re
main tn this city after the shitting
about process had been accomplished.
It was believed In banking circles thul
$100,000,000 In dividends nnd Intoicft
payments of all sorts wit repiocnt the
vnilous dlslimscincnts today.
Fine Job Printing at
--"T'-jy ... V.
IF YOU WANT
NEWS OF THE WEEK
in the Territory of Hawaii,
you will subscribe for the
During the SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATURE, complete re
ports will be published by
the EVENING BULLETIN.
Agents, Brokers and rjoDDir,
H. P. BALDWIN Presldto
J. B. CASTLE...- st VIce-PresldiDi
W. M. ALE.ANDER....ind Vlce-Prlden'
J. P. COOKE Treasutf
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audlto
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ci
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. Ct
tV.G. Irwin &&
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot la.
Baldwin Locomotive Works, t
Phlladelphla, Penn., U. S. A.
. Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natioa.
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'g Chemical Fertll
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade ?a
tlllzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Palai
and Papers; Lucol and Llnaa-
OIIs, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint). I
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LIB
CASTLE & C00K1
toi Walalua Aftlculttval Co., L ,:
Tta Kobalt Sue ar Ca
rt. Walaaaa Sujrar Mill Ca.
Tba Fulton Iron Worki, Si. loala. .
Tha Standard Oil Co.
Tta Gao. F. Blaka Staaa Puati.
- Th. N.w Ent land Llfa IniorancaCa, .1 ..
Tta Atna Flra Int. Co. ol Hartt.M, Daw
TSaAlllancaAlturancaCo ol toni.n
Vm. G. Irwin & Ct
Win. G. Irwin., President and Manag.
Claus Bpreckels Vice Prealdtai
W. M. Glftard ..Second Vice Presldeai
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and B.
Geo. J. Ross Audit
Aaairo of ina
I0SAMI0 STEAMSHIP OOHPiR
OF BAN FRANOIBOO. CAT..
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULl'
AGENTS FOR- ,
The Lancashire Insurant Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ns, Btt.
BlEWEl C6., IM
OuMn ttra.t, Honolula U.I
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Anarlcaa 1st
Company, Ookala Sugar Plant. Co . Ouun.a Baa.
Co., Hnnomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co , Mak
Sugar Co , llalaakala Ranch Co., MoTokal Kaa.a,
Plinttr'lLlnaSan Fr mco Packat
k Co. (Tina ol uoHun packit.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, President) ftoorce
Robertsoti, Manager) E. F. Blshof
Treasurer and Secrotaryj Col. V. )
Allen, Audit r: P. C. Jones, H. Wat-ji
I house, Goo, It. Carter, Directors.
.aU4M.Jat.V. ,,.. MJk..if t&&g&&L&S
... IU 0HI'R8I. J.
)Sat. (. Ibwi.
San tranetico AgenliVtti: KEVADa
National, Bamk or Sax FnAncisoo.
8A Francisco The Nevada Nations
Bank of San Francisco.
Lomdos The Union Bank of London
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bkblw Dresdner Bank.
Hokkomo A.HD YoiottAM A Honking
Bhanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Atjstbalja Bank
of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AMD VAMCOtTVMt Bank O
British North America.
Truact i Beunl Batm udEickisieBDJinn
DepoUti Reeelttd. Loans made on Ap-
Brorsd Security. Commercial and TraveliM
redltt Iiinad. Bills of Izchasee bongai
POLLIOTIOIH PaOHrTLT ACQOPITTID 101.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of tho world.
Interest allowod after July
1,1898, oil fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
form will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
montliB 3 per cent., 6'months
3J per cent., 12 months &
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. II, 18l, I1LM7T.B1,
Mone loaned on approved tccorUju
A Savings Bank for monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly Install.
Twentieth Berl . of Stock li an
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prat.
dent; B. B. Rose, Vice President; C. a.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secrstary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. B,
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Heart
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. B.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAJl,
Chamber ot Commerce roomi.
Office Houri; 12:101:10 p. n
Savings Deposits will be
received and interest allowed by this
-Bank at fonr and one-half per cent.
Printed roplos ot the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP ft CO.
Tge Yokohama ppeoie Bunk;
Subacrlbad Capital ,..,Yan a4,ooo,ooo
P. 14 Up Capital Ytn i8.ooo.oco
Ktscrvta 1-unj icn s,to,ooo
Hcai Offict, Yokohama,
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and transact!
a general banking business.
Os Flia4 Dapoilt for la Bontaa. .par aaai p. p
Ob FU.4 Dapoilt lor I BonUi, lit "
Oa Fli.4 Dapoilt lor l boi. t
Branch ol tha Yokohama Spccla Bank,
Sew Republic uMi, ill Dm si, Hciolm
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
52.50 per an
who use Its c.
Pantjieon Shaving Parlor
Pltinu Tun or.
40 years practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
Iron Fence and Monument Cn 179 to 180
. Klne St.. Res. Occidental Hotel.
S;-m Lincoln Block
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving tner pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Bust-
ness Office, Telephone 156.