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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1901.
sorteons, Physicians And Dentists.
W. II. Howard, M. D.
mj ALAKEA STRbET.
q tu 12 a. in.;
3 to 4 P. m.nnd
7 to 8 p. m.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Roos S-xx), ofeicf, Main, 3s,
Boston BmiDiso Rtstuci,
FOKT StRItT. WllltB, l86l.
HOURS-n A. lo i. P. i
JTO ,1'. x, IIOIP. .
P.O. Box Set
SUNUAYS II-IP. .
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 IJeretnnln Street.
HOURS- 9 to 1 1 SUN DA Y - 9 to 1 1
i to j
7 to 8 Telephone Goi
OR. J. T. WAY80N,
HsrtmoeJto his new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite .Me
OFFICE HOURS tSzrjoRS:
i6jj TEL. Main uG
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Bii re-ocet ed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
A 2- 4 P.M.
1 7- P.M. J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and ReIJence: Comer
Berctanla and Mll'er streets.
tOFnci Hours: I to II A.M.
1 to 1 P. M.
7 to 6 P. M.
Sundays 4 30 to into a. m.
TELEPHONE MM. WHITE. mi
m. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone 510. P. 0. Box, 501.
Office hours: 8 to 10 a. ni.: 1 to 3
3. m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sundajs, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
ID fc as. t i ti t.
Office for the present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8:ioto4
A, C WALL, D. D. S.,
. O. E. WALL, D. D. S..
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
F.PniRSO"! J. A. MATTHEWMAS
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P. O. Box it
tl itraovE, Main iU
S KAAHU.MANU ST
SE0. A. DAVIS
i GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
attorneys and Counsellors at Law
.eons 2oz, 203, 302, Judd Building.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu
I' M. KANEAXUA,
ttoraey and Counsellor at
Office: In the Occidental Hotel,
truer at King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil
-....Pictures Framed In any style
...Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldings for Frames have
King; and Mapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
UGt) TELEPHONE 869
P.O. Box 961. Tel. go
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
85 Hotel St., Nenr Fort
T KATSUNUMA & Co.
A K OZAWA, Manac.r
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
ftswry Offic Roooj i upittlM Spr-KktU belli
ir Tl. 544
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANn
Cl'ithlne Clean, d, DeJ and Repaired
-SUITS MADE TO ORDER--Fll
guaranteed, 1irl.ow.il Pike.
?rt Strut, ntar Kukul, and nm Orptieum Theater
Pkn. CI fan toe one suit, Ji; D)dng suit $j 30,
p W THRUM
OM NO. Ill, BPRKCKKIA flLOCh
Plantation Work R NrUlty.
Art Embroidery Taught.
lssons In ART EMBROIDERY will
le given by Mrs. H. H. Williams at the
Etty Furniture Store, Fort street
iTirtl Class stamping dont.
MRS. H. H. WILf JAMS.
Architects, Contractors and Bnllders
oliblng t Promptly ; Attemlotl ; To
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Balers
r: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Geo.W. Paee Tel. in
f. W. Beardalee P. O. Box T7t
BDARD8LEE O PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish-
Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
oalors in Lumbor and Goal
LLEN & ROBINSON,
Quoin trt. Hnnnlnln
i. P. BERTBLMAN'S
ir of old stand. Entrance on Kin;
ct. O.N'tr left at either shop, or office,
.'ol'.n NottV 'are, King street, will re
v prorac httr.loo. I4tltf
75 and 79 King Stre
TELKPHONE NO 31.
NOW Is the tlmo to get leaks -breakages
Men to, and jtjpx
Roofs Put In 0""dc
By oonipetont workrowiV
w. H. Daith H W. Iim,
Honolulu Sheet Metal Workt
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Veitllatc
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
ttlcharii StrMI. bat. Quaao anl MarLbaat. Baaala
SJobblog promptly attaadad to.ft
M. White 41. P.O. Box 27i
Notice to Property Owners and Bnllders
I wish to notify the Property Owners
ana uuiuers in general, mat 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
erage work. A complete line alwa) s car
rled in stock.
C. H. BROWN,
Telephone Main 48. Sanltarv Plumber,
P.O. Box 811. 355 King St.
40 years practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
iron Fence and Monument C., 179 to i8g
. King St., Kes. Occidental Hotel.
Tel., 654. 82.3m Lincoln Block
Beer and Wine Dealers.
lUPOBTERB, AND WUOI.JISALB
Sine anil Lipr Dealers
A.nu lor tha Bottlal Ralnlar Baar ol Itattla
No. 19 NlIUANO Street
oatar Block, Honolulu, HAWAIIAN lilAIIDt.
P O Boa mt Mutual Talaphoaa iol.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
No Bclt to Burn,
But Betr to Beat the Band.
LARGE INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay j It's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are (urnlshed with Iron
Ave to six lists per week, giving an ac
curato record of deeds, mortgage
leases, releases, powerB of attornr
"to., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION I'RICE, 12.00 PK
A. V. GEAR.
lutM nullillnz. tnnnlni
Fine Job Printing at ths Ilulletln
INK (NT III
NOTABLE SPEECH OF
SENATOR II. C. LODGE
No Nation Wants to Fight Us, But
We Should be Always Ready
Need for Larger
Washington, Jan. 7. A notable
speech was delivered In the Senate to
day by Lodge of Massachusetts. Ad
dressing the Senate on an amendment
to the Army bill, striking out the pro
vision for a veterinary corps, ho dis
cussed briefly, and principally In the
form of a colloquy with Senator 11a
con of Georgia, the Philippine question
anil the necessity for nn army of 100,
000 men. In conclusion he drew a bril
liant word plctuic of tlio commercial
futuro of the United States, declaring
that the trade conflict with Cm ope, al
ready begun, could result only In the
commercial nnd economical supremacy
of this country over the entlro worlJ.
In this Industrial conflict he apprehend
ed no danger ftom a physical conteot
with any nation of the world, but lu
urged the necessity for a strong an I
scientifically organized Army and a
powerful Navy In order that tho Unit
ed Stntcs might be prepared to defend
its rights ngalnst any possible foe.
During tho afternoon the Senate ra
tified tho commltteo's proposition to
eliminate the proposition of the estab
lishment of n veterinary corps In tho
Army. Senator Teller of Colorado gavo
notlro of a substitute, he will offer for
the entlro pending mcasuro continuing
In full force nnd effect the act of March
3. 1S0D. Incrdenslng tho size of the Ar
my for three "years from July 1. 1901.
At the opening of the session of tho
Senate I'ettus of Alabama presented
the credentials of his colleague. J. T.
Morgan, elected n Senator from that
State for the fifth time. His new term
of six years will begin on March t,
1901. The credentials were filed.
Consideration was resumed of tho
Army reorganization bill. Discussing
the committee amendment striking out
the provision for a veterinary corps In
tho Army Kenny of Delawnro. the
champion In the Sennte of the proposed
vcterlnnry corps, urged that the com
mittee's nmentlment bo rejected. Mr.
Kenny said he had serious misgivings
about tho crcntlon of a permanent
standing nrmy of 100,000 men, though
willing to vote such an army for three
years. He doubted whether tho United
States could send an nrmy to tho Phll
lplpncs strong enough to put down
the spirit of Independence nnd liberty
which seemed Innnte In tho breasts of
the Filipinos. Ho did not think the
United States was getting an adequate
return from "tho struggle, the butch
cry, tho crime" that was going on In
the Phllllplnes. If the United States
was In tho Philippines merely as a
guide and aid, he declared there would
be no trouble; tho war now In prog
ress would cease.
Mr. Senell, a member of the Military
Committee, replying, said that a great
injustice would bo done regular Army
ofllcers by the Injection Into the Army
of a now corps.
Lodge objected to the proposition to
establish n veterinary staff corps. Dis
cussing tho general features of the
measure. Lodgo said he did not think
any American citizen honestly believed
that the liberty of the people "was men
aced by nn army of 100.000. As to tho
situation In tho Philippines, Lodga
maintained that "organized rebellion
hail ceased, nnd tho local Gcorgo Wash
ington Is In hiding." "I na short time,"
said Lodge. "I believe there will bo
peace and order throughout the Phll
Iplne Islands." Ho did not tllink..
however, that the probability of out
breaks among the Moros and tho un
civilized tribes of the Interior ever
would be eliminated.
Bacon Inquired how long Lodge
thought a large nrmy might be needed
In tho Philippines. Lodge believed that
In n short time, comparatively, there
would be greater peace nnd order In
tho Islands than they had over known.
After some sharp sparring, Bacon
put this question to Lodgo: "From
your knowledge as chairman of tlio
Philippine Commission of the condi
tions In tbo Islands, will the army of
70,000 bo needed there for a short tlnio
or for nn Indennlto time?"
Lodge What Is a short tlmo?
Bacon Well, say two years.
"My Judgment Is,' replied Lodge, "nt
tho end of two ycais wo will bo able to
reduce very largely tho Army In th3
Philippines. That Is my belief."
Ho mnlntnlned that with a force of
23,000 in tho Philippines tho United
States would keep better order than
ever had been known thero. With that
force In tho Philippines there would bo
about 35,000 men left to man the foiti
flcntlons of the country, n forco which
ho believed totnlly Inadequate In ad
dition that forco would be called on to
guard tho Nlcaraguan canal which It
wns proposed soon to begin to build. On
that canal there would be employed
EO.000 laborers. They would have to bo
guarded. In his opinion, nt the end of
two years, tho force In the Philippines
could bo reduced materially nnd nt tho
end of four or five years the force prob
ably could bo reduced safely to 20,000
In conclusion Lodgo drew a brilliant
word plcturo of tho present nnd futiuo
of the United Stntes. "I am no alarm
1st, and I )mo no fears that wo nrn In
danger of war with anybody," said
Lodgo, "nnd I do not believe thero Is a
nation on' (he face of tho earth that has
any desire to attack us. Hut no man
can tell what will happen nt any time.
We hae come In the process of our de
velopment until we have expanded far
beyond our own markets commercial
ly, nnd we nro breaking Into every
market of the world. It Is n part of our
economic development. Wo are march
ing along toward the economic supre
macy of the world, In ray Judgment.
Look nt Europe and then compare It
with the United States. It has been
worked over for a thousand years nt
least In the endeavor to draw out all
Us resources. We are beating Hurope
In Iron and steel manufactures. We
can turn them out nt a price Kuropo
cannot meet We are. going to surpasi
her In other articles. She has to take
coal from us. It Is a mere question of
time when her last stronghold, tho car
rying trade, will be Invaded. We will
build ships cheaper than she can. We
shall In some wny or another equal her
subsidies to steamships by our subsi
dies and put our ships or an cicn piano
"Does nny ono suppose that oth'r
peoplo llko our industrial achieve
ments? They nre struggling to get nn
opening for nn overcrowded popula
Hon and for nn overproduction. That Is
why they havo seized Africa. That is
why they have Belzed tho Islands of thy
Pacific. China got Into trouble and
they thought thotr would como a new
division nnd they could all get their
share. It has been stopped. The Chi
nese emplro Is going to me held to
gether and Its markets opened to all
tho nations of tho world. I do not say
anything Improper or boast unduly
when I say that It wns owing to tho
United Stntes thnt this policy was
adopted Instead of tho other. We be
lieve In it. It Is a great policy. Wo nro
all In sympathy with It, but do yo.i
supposo tho other countries llko It?
I doubt It very much.
"Any ono who has read the newspa
pers lately will havo noticed thero
has been continued tnlk about econo
mic federations to shut out the United
Stntcs from Europe. In other words,
they feel the economic pressure that we
nre putting upon them! They will try
to meet us In the great field of econom
ic rivalry. I believe that with our re
sources, with tho character of our peo
ple, with our new country, with our
great continent, the victory can only
bo with us and thnt there can bo but
one end to thnt conflict of economic
"We may blunder here In legislation,
but the Amerlcnn people and tho eco
nomic forces which underlie nil nn
carrying us forward to the economic
supremacy of tho world. It Is a great
position, but. dazzled by Its splendor,
do not forget that It carries Its dangers
with It, and I want to seo tho United
States always perpared to meet those
dangers. We have no quarrel with any
nation nnd 1 hope wo shall havo none.
I Bee none who would wish to nttack us
but I wish to see the United States so
prepared that tinder theso new condi
tions she always would be safo on sea
LIKED I EINd
Mr. Brown gnawed one end of his
blonde moustache and leaned his el
bow on the mantel after tho fashion of
a hero In melodrama. Notes dripped
under Barbara's fingers on the keyboard
Splash, Bplash, fell tho slow, shattered
drops of music ns though they had
been detained by some bowlder up tho
"What Is It, Barbara?" Tho young
man's question was full of perplexity.
The girl turned and faced him with
"What Is what?" she asked, coolly,
"Why, you know."
"Oh. I do? Well, will you bo kind
enough to tell mo what I know?" Ha
walked over and stood besldo her.
"I will If you give me time enough,"
he said. "It will take me all my life,
No answer, But the llttlo pink ear
turned Just a trifle towards him.
"What made you Jump up and run
over to tho piano when I began telling
"That you had never been In love In
all your life? Oh, Just because I didn't
feel Interested, I suppose."
"But I did not finish my story. "
"Then It wnB a story. I thought so."
"Not a 'wrong story,' ns children say.
It Is true enough. Bab what makes
you beat that poor piano so? I nover
was In Iovo In nil my life oh, listen,
sweetheart until I loved you."
A strain of Joy flow up the trcbl.
stopped nnd wns still.
"Oh," whispered a voice, "I like tho
ending of your tory. I thought you
meant that you had never loved nt all."
Eivnnn StU(ii'e MuhIc.
The band will piny the following se
lections nt a concert In Emma Squaie
this oening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Festival Lortzlng
Gavotte Alexlnn Asher
Selection Tho Geisha (by request)
(n) Ko Aloha I Hlkl Mai.
(b) Na Molokama.
Miss J. Kclliaa.
(c) He Inoa no Wnlplo.
(d) Nnnl Haiti Po 1 ka I.chua.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Potpourri Canndlnn Barnwood
Ballad On tho Sea Schubeit
Waltz Latelcja rahrbaen
Lancers Paul Jones . . . PlnnquoUo
Tho Star Spangled Dinner.
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W, Grmo's slgnaturs
Is on each box 25 ceuta
Atrnts. Brokers and Johtnu
H. P. BALDWIN Preslflf.
J. B. CASTLE 1st VIce-Presldei
V. M. ALEXANDER...-2nd Vke-Presldeu
J. P. COOKE Treasur
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audlte
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar C
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugai Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. U.
V.G. Irwin &6c
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot Ma
Baldwin Locomotive Works, a
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nation
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertll
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade W
ttllzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR 8ALE
Parafllne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Palai
and Papers; Lucol and Llnso
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), t
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Ltr
CASTLE & COOKE
Tta Cwa Plantatla Co.
rta Walalua Afrkulrnal Ca., L 1,1
Tha Kohala Sugar Co
ma Walam.a Sural till Ca.
Tha Fjlton Iron Work, St loala, Ha.
Tha Standard Oil Co.
Tha Gao. F. Blaka Staaaa Poapl.
Tha Naw England Llfa Inauragca Co. ol ..
Tha Aitaa Flra loa. Co. of Hartford, flaoa
Tho Alllanca Aaturanca Co of Loodao
T&BVon Hamm-YonD e JIo.,Ltf
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULl
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb na, Bt
BREWER 06., ML
Quaan atraat, Hooololo H.l
Hawaiian Agricultural CoZ?anr, Amarlcaa. la.
Company, Ookala Sugar Plant. Co , Onoaua Bat
Co.. Hononu Sugar Co.. Walluku Sugar Co.. Ma
Sugar Co , Halaakala Rarch Co., Molokal Raoat
Plantar'a Llna San Fr ISacoPacka) kaa. Ii
ft Coa Llna of Boatn Packata
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, President? George
Robertson, Mauagor; E. F. Blsl.o
Treasurer na'l (Secretary ; Col. W.
Allen, Audit r; P. C. Jones, H. Wl.
bonse. Geo. It. fUrler. Ulroetnr"
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
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The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII ?HIMPO,
-tha orly djllyjapanaia paper publlshoi
In tha Terrltor) of Hawaii
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
tST Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge. King street. P O. Box 007.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
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Manner's Standard Horse and Stock Boole.
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al encj clupn.uia 01
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or hone ou lien. Thli
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and etfucaUij b one.
Department. di oteC
to horn., cattle
bee? and urine; altc
lure, Including tin
care of fruit tree., etc
1,300 pagta, over
caolutelv me lineal
and moat valnabli
farmera' book la tin
world. It alio con
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dealre ilila bonk, tend
u. out .pedal offet
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wllWutH ard tke book
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noney. Bond for our apeclal illuitrated rataloguo,
piotlng tho lonot prlcea on booka, FKEE. t
.an aa o J ou money. Addreb. all ordera to
THE WERNER COMPANY,
taUtb.ra and maifactur.ra. Akron, Ohio.
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Bank of San Francisco.
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Paris Credit Lyonnals.
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of Mew Zealand.
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British North America.
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Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
of tho world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits?
day notice 2 per cent, (this
form -will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3& per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
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Houses built on the monthly lniUla
Twentieth Serl ot Stock ii in
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prto
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. B.
Gray, Treaiurer; A. V. Gear, Becretarr.
uiHUiUTUits t. F. Lansing, B. ,
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Heart
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. U.
Oray, W. L. Howard.
a. v. arm,
Chamber of Commerce room.
Offlce Houra: 12:30 1:30 p. m
MKOj : CO.
Savings Deposits will b
received and Interest allowed by thll
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Offlce at bank building on Morchaul
BISHOP A CO.
Te Vok;ohamB Specie Bt.nl.
SubKrltel Capital Yen .,,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen iS.ooo.ooo
Referred Fund Yen 8,130,000
Head Office, Yokohama,
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transact
a general banking business.
On Fliad Dapoatt for ra aoaUii. 4 aat oast a. a
On Fliad Dapoelt for t aootha, i "
On Flted Depoalt f or aaoa, 1
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank,
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LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Life Ih
surance co. of bosron.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
Vm. G. Irwin & Oo
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Managed
Claua Spreckels Vice PresldeM,
W. M. Glffard ,, Second Vice Presides
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Bta,
Geo. J, Ross ; Audita
IDEANIO STEAMSHIP OOHPAi
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