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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FniDAT, JANUARY 25, 1901.
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We Will Sell
For One Week Only
bhb i &UluAnb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant unci Nuunnu i5t.,
tilo HOTEL, ST., oppoHlto Bethel.
IN A LARGE VARIETY
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
I, to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P.O. Box lit l.Unl Corr.spon4.nc. Solicited.
FINRE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First Cuss work guarantefl
Union St. near Hotel tru
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
GO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of , . ,
THE . . .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. O, AchI Fresldont & Manager
M. K. Nnkuln&... Vice President
J. Makatnal Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Dosha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Die above Company will buy, lenss,
or bell lanJj In all parts of tbo Hawaiian
Inlands; and also h houses in tbo City
! Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
We vill Bay or Ceil Be. EsUte Ir
m puti or tne group.
tW We will Belli
or tne group.
We will Bell Properties on Beuoo-
tble Commissions i
OFFICE. 10 West King Stree7
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title , . .
.nd other Rings, Watches, Brace
its, Pins, and an extensive variety
Til. GK BIAJRl,
401U FORT STREET.
LOSING THEIR PLACE
AS WORLD DICTATORS
Americans and Germans Making In
roads in Hitherto Exclusive
Methods of Americans.
London. Jnn. 12. (Jrcat lirltnln's
tlccnilencu Is becoming qulto n popular
theme. Self-debasement and self Hag-1
citation seem to be congenial to the ,
chastened spirit of tne nation, forcoil
to realize, tlnottgh tbo accumulation
of reverses, military, diplomatic nnd
Industrial, that Great Urltnin'B piodoui
Innnee tlrcnm Is past. It Is almost a
dully o i erne for some great Lou-,
don m , ..ier to parade the short
comings or the country. Instituting
comparison.) .lth tho United States
nnd German, H'-tlo compllmentnry to
"Lost oppoutM.f," Bays the Morn
ing Tost, "Is tut- Keynote, ami the llrlt
ain which could dlctnto Its will to tho
ends of the earth Is today n mth."
Tho great woolen and allied trades
threaten to bo revolutionized by nn
American machine which Is now oper
ating at Bradford.
"What It till will open up Is not fully
apparent nt llrst sight," says tho
lit mlton! Observer, "but It looks ns ,
If the position at present occupied by
Arkwrlght and Compton In the woild
oi Inventors during the nineteenth
century Is to bo superseded by Drury
In tho twentieth. How Is It that this
Idea wns left to n Yankee, lawyer to
Drury's Invention Is described ns tho
simplest yet devised. It Is capable of
spinning tho toughest yarns from as
bestos or pent moss without dlllUnlty.
Drury left Boston two yrnrs ago. i
The Dally Telegraph calls attention
to tho enormous Increase In tho use
or American confectionery In England,
which, It says, would be even greater '
than It Is were tho American manu
facturers to show more elasticity In
"Smnll wonder, Indeed," Bays tho
Dally Telegrnp.., "that tho British
fruit grower has cause for complaint
that the demand Is not what It was
for his products." California fruit
appears to be making tremendous In
roads Into the English Jnm trade.
Even from tho lMiillpplnes comes
recommendations to ndopt American
methods. I'crclvnll of I.ondon writes
to the Times from Manila urging tho
..rltlsh troops In South Africa to nso
the tunic plait worn by the American
troops to protect tho spine, nnd nlso
their webbing cartridge belts nnd
methods for preserving surgical dress
ing. Tho suggestion nbout tho belt
Is already In force. An American firm
hns n newly erected factory here, turn
out, to Its fullest capacity these belts
..r tho wnr olllce.
Senator Proctor's Itnllan marblo
corner draws forth from Today an In
dignant protest. It suys: "Who. for
Instance, Is Senator Proctor, thnt he
should crento for his own enrichment
a scarcity of Cnrrara marnlo. In which
tho highest nrt of nil ages In Europe
hns found Its noblest expression, ,
nnd so on In a similar strain, main
taining that tho Senator has no right
to assume n dictatorship of tho world's
But It Is not only In commerco thnt
tho spread of American leaven Is so
patent. In tho national game, Rugby
football, hitherto so distinctive of
American rules, nnd whose devotees
wero so proud of tho fact, tho British
nro now beginning to closely linltato
the distinguishing fentures of Yankee
gridiron piny. At tho recent England
nnd Wnles match, when 10.000 specta
tors wero present, tho experts wero
nmnzed to seo what was called n "puz
zling hand to hand passing of tho
Welsh team." This was nothing more
than tho familiar snapping back prac
ticed by nil American colleges, but
which Is a revelation here. It hud no
small effect In securing for Wales a
POTTER'S VICE CAMPAIGN
New York. Jan. 1G. If tho present
plans of Illshop l'otter aro carried to
n successful culmination ho will have
established In u rtw days a Ugllantc
committee numbering 5,000 peisons,
pledged and sworn to leurn of nnd cor
red existing evils In this city.
Speaking to n lemnrkublo assem
blage of men In nil walks of Ufa nt St.
Vniil'H chapel last November, Illshop
l'otter udvocated tho formation or
such a commltteo, each member of
which would labor Individually for
tho good of tho city nnd the stumping
out of plncos of Iniquity that have
grown nnd been fostered by police pro
It Is well known thnt Illshop l'otter
has personally (elt that too little at
tention has been given to tho fact thnt
tho labor organizations ns united bod
les and workingmen as Individuals
hnvo enlisted to assist 111 tho reforma
tlon of tho city's evils. In tho vigil
nnco committee now organizing there
will bo hundreds of laboring men, who,
better tlinn nnyono else, know of tho
overrunning of Immorality In tho far
east and west sulo tenements, wlie.'o
tho homes of honest workingmen nro
tllut..... II. ,.... I...I.1 lnn, !!.. . ,,X,.
(tiauif), I iiiiui Djtiu mm IKKIll . u
man Is better qualified to tako up tho I
work or purlllcatlon than ho who tolls
to support his wife nnd children It
was In n realization of tho value of
the man representing labor that when
I was asked for my ndvlco about the
formation of tho commltteo of fifteen
I said; 'At all events let thcro bo it
least two ropiefcontntlvcH of labor or.
SACRAMENTO BEE SAYS 'TIS
FOUND IN SAN FRANCISCO
While Gage Was Reading His Mes
sage to the Legislature Claim
ed to be Twenty Third
Sacramento, .Inn. 12. The Sacramen
to Bee today publishes the following:
Hare old Caesar used to remark,
"Whom the gods wish to destroy they
first make mad." .lust at the time when
Governor Henry T. Gage would glvo
anything rather than have any fnsh
plague outbreak In San frnnclBco an
other case hns appeared. Even while
his tirade against Klnnunlsm nnd
those iipn-spapeia that refuse to sup
press the facts nt the behest of com
mercialism and political consideration
was being transmltttcd to the Legisla
ture and distributed about tbo strcrts
of Fan I'mnrlscn through especlallv
favored Journals. Chun Wey Lung, a
Chinese merchant. (10 years old, w.ih
lying dead of plague, having been
found two (lajH before In his store In
the basemuit of 720 Jackson street lit
The conditions sttrioundltig this last
ease of plague are mob ns to cause
more than stsn.il apprehension. Th
first case of plague In S.tn l'ranciseo,
dlscoveied on March fith last, was
found nt 1001 Dttpnnt street, which Is
on the corner of Dtipont and Jaclcsoi.
streets. In the ratne block with nnd but
half n block away fiom the placo where
this latest case de eloped. The seventh
ease, one of two discovered on May
11th. appeared nt 717 Jackson street, di
rectly across the street from this latest
case. These circumstances Indicate a
well defined center of Infection nt this
point, just ns n similar center Is Indi
cated by the fact that four deaths from
plague occurred In the block where tho
caso of December 7th was found, tho
twenty-second on the list.
The present c.-ijc Is the twenty-third
that has been discovered In San Fran
cisco between March C. 1900, nnd tho
Tho death was reported by Dr. F. P.
Wilson. City Physician of Snn Fran
cisco while he was making his rounds
of the undertaking establishments on
January nth (Sunday). The body had
not been removed anil was found by
Dr. Wilson In tho basement.
The business men of Seattle met at
the Chamber of Commerce on January
8 to make public recognition of tho
munificent gift of Andrew Carnegie In
presenting tho city of Seattle with
$200,000 for uso In erecting n now li
That tecognltlon wns accorded In no
uncertain terms. A number of brief
mldresses were mado by men promi
nent In local affairs. Through all of
theso thcro ran tho same strong feeling
of deepest gratltudo to tho great phil
anthropist and the wish that he might
be brought to realize how much his gift
means to the social and Intellertunl
life of Seattle. Tho burning of tho li
brary was no longer deplored ns a
public calamity becauso from Its ashes
thcro Is to arise an Institution that will
bo stronger and greater and morn In
fitting with the future of tho city.
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD
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Its an itlpal tr.mr anI .
Bwratje ft aid diJ9Jtion.
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Just Arrived ex. Zealandla !
ALARGI- STOCK OF
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWARD1.U GOLD MI.DAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, looo.
I WhatRun Down ? fj
IJ3 Mollduy Houra cincl Wa
Jgj l-Inrcl Work Did It. M
H EASV TO MEND WITH jS
P SCMILLER'S MALT EXTRACT. jj
SJ A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT. i
I fl USe Hottlc-S'2.50 n Doen. 16
ONLY AT H
$L HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY, ffi
Wti&j, A. H. Otis. Von Holt Block, King Street. 0. A. Bierback . 11
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vfi T H H ti V EN1 N G B U I. L E T IN
SJjyp THE OLDI-ST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'UR
A KLONDIKE FOk ADVlkTISCHS jt . v v v j4 , J
WHAT More Suitable 'Xtnas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" Electric Piano or Reading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
NO ODOR, NO DIRT,
NO S.MOKK. NO TROUDLB.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office auj Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
, Sole Agents.