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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATUrtDAY, JAN. 26, 1901.
fubllnhcil Kvory Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of H., liy the
ULLETIN l'UULlSIIlNO COMPANY.
WALLACE II. 1'AUUINOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
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SATlIItDAY. . JANTAItt 20. 1001
Tlic In rp KBirdliic i iminlil
p.illiv imlultliftl l this pap-,- npi.iK
lor ilitm c I m'B i'Iip Advertise! lit
tinip' to ilHiimnslinte that the I..
mollis of iiiflni'KS mi'li Ixspc.lk nppuM
tlnn In ih" c bailor nioielv slum. Imivv
the tmcloinv of public oplnliin tmv i d
rn tii'n pii'iUnt It B(iiriinnii noi
rlri tin' iiilvoc.ius uf cinuiillzntloii.
8UPHUMI! COUUT CONI HACTH.
'I he icm.irlcablv fan lull mrtlmdi
followed l the highest court cil the
land in awarding tontr.uts hit bun
brought Into bold relief b the .utlim cf
-" JUBIUP I 1 Till III nn.ii I'll): inc.,
.oniract ror tin- punting nmi 'iui.i ei-
tlon of me Supreme. Court .Icdslons to
tin. Itiiwnlian (ln7rtto ColllDiinv '
A few d.ivs ago tenders ueie asked
for this work Hiito wii two bids
one by the Bulletin I'm illdilng Com
pany, the other b the Hawaii in (la
yette Companv. " he bid o ili latter
loinpany was twelve ecu's higher per
page than that nude bv the lliilletln
Chief Justlct l'ronr Instill I'd :lie
rlirk of courts to nwa-.l the ontiac'
to the hlghi st blddei.
Chief Justice l'rear on Ikmik i-quest-til
to give his reasons for his awntd
made the remarkable stat ment ll.nl,
ALUEADV JIl'U WOIITI1 OP T1I13
WOUK 1IAI) Iir.P.X DONE IIV THE
HAWAIIAN (lAZETTE COMPANY
nnd to change now would cause an In-
cnased ixpente In other wolds the
Chief .luMlet- has allowed v.-nile to b
begun on a contract before I'lidus
Will the Chief . Instil e of the Supienir
Court klndl explain what ids ohjeit
was In calling for tendirs' Can he
point to any ' tin nipt gov ei unit ni - mu
nicipal, urrllorlal, state or nrtli.nal
where favoritism Is more dire,', win it
tenders mere!) lonstltute a li'ln.l t(
give tlie public an Idea that ! element
of enmpetltlnn dues become a fa tor in
awarding ton tr.it ih when as a mallei ol
fait ll docs nut Can lie glv an ex
eunt for expending publW mi ii"y In
advertising for tenders wh'ii the ion
tract was alieady practlii.l let am'
initially lompletril nt a flguie oat lie ly
Bitlsftutor to the olliclal pap f-iMliiK
organ' Dees this Incident serv i an
example of the Chief Jiisllcu'n opinion
of onirlnl standards necessary to sc
enic "good government"?
Chief JiiBtlte Prenr was frco in ac
cent or i elect unv and all tenders pie
sintud. Ills statement, however that
a portion of this work had alreid bfu
done shows loncliislvelv that his mind
was already made up "n tin nwaid
that the call for tendtis wns a fane,
that no effort whatever was in id" to
secure the work done nt a less expense
to the tax ner. Whether the nnarc'
of this contract evidences polltl.-il Job
bery lack of buslmss Judgment in n
high appreciation of the duty and dig
nity of public oiTlre the lliilletln leavu.
for the Chief Justice to render an opin
.Manila Jan IS The public discus
idem of the general ode of government
for munlilp.illtlrs began toel.ij Com
missioner Di.in C Worcester outlined
the bill nnd explained the changes froi l
the grntrnl ordeis of tho Military (Jov
ernor, tinder which many lotal govein
nunts wero opeiniing. Cciniiulssloner
Worcester offered two amendments,
disqualifying from voting and holding
oirire men who violate their oath of
American allegiance and who rcnulii
In armtd opposition nftei Pel) 1
The commissioner elucidated th
taxation features n Turing to th'
licuiflis of taxing lands and biilldlng't
as against the liresent spe lal taxes on
occupations and Industries,
Onc-fouith of ono percent of .he
proceeds of real estate assessments vv 111
be devoted to public schools.
Municipal rountllg arc authoilzed to
license theaters, places for liquor sell
ing, public conveyances, hotels nnd
cock fighting, or to prohibit cock fight
ing, for tho first ear, until tho tax
collections aie available
Half of the Internal revenue of eaoii
municipality will be paid into the mu
Commissioner Worcester did not en
large on tho sections ronllnlng the
exemption of church property to prop
erties exeluslvel for religious, chari
table or educational purposes. This
much discussed featuio received tho ap
proval of the Admlnstratlon at Wash
ington previous to the making public
of tho bill.
The bill centralizes considerable re
sponsibility In the provincial govern
ments for tho establishment of which
nnother bill Is being prepared
Tho public discussion which Is taking
placo In the municipal hall Is pioceeu
Ing by sections, tho natives participat
ing. It Is rumored that Agulnnldo visited
his mother In Cavlte provlnco and nai
rowly mcaped capture during tho re
cent round-up of ono of the villages in
Runstan HtuelciitH Deported.
St. I'etershurg. Jan. IS. Ono hunelrol
anil fltty Btuelents retently nrrcsted at
Kleffo for engaging In political agita
tion havo been oreleieel expatriated to
l'ort Arthur, where they villi do mili
tary service. Tho samo fnto nivalis
scornv of students nrrettcel at tho capi
tal cm n, similar charge. Tho ferment
continues among students tlunughont
tho country. Disturbances nro anti
M irlJKi' '
Window Glass Price
Jumps 20 Per Cent
Chicago, .Ian 17 Notlncallon of an
ndvniicr of 20 per cent In the price of
window glass was received tonight by
ccry Jobber In the 1'nlted States. The
notice came from the committee repu
sentlng practically all of the window
glass manufacture! s In the country, and
means that the war between the Amer
ican Window Olass Company, rcimmim
ly known bb the window glass trm".
and the Independent manufacturers has
been patched up
The war betwten the two classes of
manufacturers prevailed all of last cir
and during the closing months of ISO")
It began with a cut of 30 per rent In
prices In a single day In November '
the latter rar. nnd nt (me time during
the jc.ir Just piised prices were nr.it ly i
o'j pel cent ncinw ine iiiKiuni inn,.,
pre ailing in IS'n
Until sides of the controversy, after
over a vrar of trial flnallv decided that
the task of ailing as phllalitluoplMs
to the iin.ipprceliitlve nnd uus.vmpathi -tic
pulilli was not conducive to health
or longi'Vllv The first steps townrd a
settlement were to form the Indepen
dent (omcriiB Into one mgnnlratloii
nlmll'ir to the window glass trust and
then to get the two Into harmonious
working relations bv the election of tin
executive mninilttep to art for both
T)(i ,aB(1 of ,)lp ,)f ,,, , flv,
iimn ,. i. ,, mnrlinn V nilnvv
,. ,.,,., lr nrK,ul trust an I
. , fol. ,,lc ,mident Wlndo v
(Ilnss Compmv lepresentliiB the for
mer outsldcis The total of I!fli) poll
Is a iciliiitlon of 300 fiom the total In
operation bi fore the two eonitmied
U. of C. Gets New
Professors of Note
llerkelev Cal Jan 1 Ily n li.''f
eastern t Ip Puildcnt Wheeler has s -tilled
six of ihe leading scholars '
the coi'utrv as additional membcis ot
fncullv of the next summer session !
Mhe I'nlvcrsltv of California June 27 '
to August 7. I'lOl The men who vvlli
come tollerkeley fiom the last are John
Drwrv Piofessnr of Plillosophv In lb
Pnlverslt of Chicago, lamcH E Him
scl Professor of the lllstor ofedtici
tlon and Dean of the teacheis collre
of Columbia I'nlvemltv New Yen I
Albert S Cooke. Professor of Engllse
Yale; lames W Hrlght. Professor o
English Ph.vslologv Johns llopklni'
11 Morse Stephens. Proftssor of Moi'
em History Cornell, and Llbert.v IIvil
llallev. Professor of Iloitlcultiire Cot-
nell No American unlverslt has ev i
before gatberr I together to mnnv men
of (list Importance
BROKE LAWT0 SAVE
'I he steamer John S. Kimball h u
come In contnit with tb Custom House
authorities and rather an unpleasant
Upon her arrival hepr she was board
ed by the tustoms authorities, who ells
covered that custom si'als had been
lurkrn on the high seas This Is In di
rect violation of the custom lawb md
The goods so stored and sealrtl were
nunieious liquors which were In a
largo conipaitment for trnnspnitntltm
It seems that during the passage t
the stcamei from Seattle to this pint
a section of the brine stoinge .lp'
connected with the told stonge ss
tc m had bee omc eleranged. and In oi
lit r to mike the netessars lapln icp.ilis
to retain the required tempi ratine of
tlie robl Btorage rooms, and prevent Hie
total loss of the valuable cargo of cold
storage supplies. It became absolut Iv
Imperative to gain access 'o t'ic plpti
through the sealed eompiitment whbli
could mil) be done by bteaklng the e ei
Colin tor Stncl.able In tnrrylng eitn
the Intel pretation of tlie law bearlm
upon such cases, followed the line o'
his duty, ami fined the ship In the sii.n
of $'00 w hlth has been paid
Tlie entlro facta in eonnectlen w''l
the violation of the custom. reg'ilnM'i
will be nt once laid before the depart
ment nt Washington, which will with
nut doubt Instruct Ml Stae kable as te
his dlsi retleinaiv poweis umler such e
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This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HON! ST WOHK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to Fe.
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 3571, where
I have In stqck the following
enameled Iron and steel dad,
with nlcUle p'ated trimmings i
als) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, Jet styles.
Slnki of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and marble with tilckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, 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.
L.iMW.&MLiA .-A.c. -iA..AihtJW .A-intoiij.
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British Will Tackle
Our Canal Scheme
New York, Jan. 18. A dispatch to
the Journal and Advertiser from Lou
A spec'al Cabinet meeting has been
railed fn- Krlday of this week to con
sider the disastrous condition of af
fairs In the South African war and also
to discuss the Nicaragua canal matter,
.Mr. Ciioatc has notified Washington
that he expects n decision nnd speciilr
tlon Is rife ps to what will occur. It
Is almost Hi" unanimous opinion that
llrcat lliltaln Is bound to give way to
the Ameile.m demands, but not without
onte til lomatlc dodging In order to
ioncp.il a too apparent surrender, .No
formal announcement Is expected 'm
mrdht. Ii Cabinet councils aie held
In great s"crccy and none but mlnlst
aie ihcmiic ah uir win ui rran
Ainhassiilor Chrato Is working vvli'i
the same secrecy.
Latneiow tie Is reported to be vvllll a
to approve the amendments and sign
the treaty Objections, If nny will
come from Chamberlain Ex-Seiia'nr
Edmunds' article caused eleep Intern t
In olliclal circles The New York co
respondents of the London papers ai
endeavoring to c tilth ate u belief tin'
the Senate's nctlon was mete Jingo
trash, unindorsed b any lending
statesmen of a majority of the peopb
Edmunds has upset that fnllacj 1 1
fact, the patronizing air assumed bv
England towaiel the Pulled States In
the dajs of the Spanish war Is rapid'
e hanging front ltnseher's rce . nt
Hpcch poiineled a warning that the I'ni'
pel Stnlps Is absorbing llrltlsh tran
has cast a chill over commercial fit
The P S flagship Philadelphia irel
the V. S S. lown have arrived nt Pile
to Vlejo, San Silvadot The Philadel
phia left there on Janunry 11 for Pa
nama. NO TRUSS
in the worljttill dilnt
ha inne 1nlhnuinJs of n
it i ibis be itlpi inJ I ,i
MOokirT NO i AJire
rtsgnctlc rustic Trut Co..
Co Maricel Stint AS I bWCKCO
I Best I
l MILWAUKEE I
1 "The Buffet"
1 $1150 per bbl.
w $9.00 per case, ;
;Ji 4 doen quarts w
w D.U per case,
jj: 2 dozen quarts
jl Compnny, Ltd. it-
R. W. ATKINSON
I EMPLOYERS EXCHANGE
FurnlHlicd op Unturnlnliccl.
ROOM tl, MAGOON BLD.,
..t.'! t - -iflf"
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
f'f - r - f - f - r - f - f - f - - - r - f - f4 - 'f -
( Sterling Blue Flame Oil
Having closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now offering the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal aiift Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In HouFchold nnd Kitchen Utensils
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NhW INVOlChS TO HAND,
A large stock
Bethel Street Household Department.
w .., fft,tf.4ttMft.ttftffftfffttttttffltfttttfffttttff If ttttfttttttttftftffttf If ttltttH
You mIiouIU Iiiivcj
one ff tlie L.rttuHt Stylo
a 1: W'mc:i?wv.h
li-I-SS'i. t-ll .
71 r I w I UvJ
Wt lave jjst received a new shipment direct from the factory, painted
In th; Latest Stvles with ORChN, HUSbCT ard UUAIi.
Wood ur NVIru WIiucIh, Solltl Rubber 'llrc,
I-cjlUlnj or Cunopy Top.
VI OtrlUiVlAINj Between Fort and Alikea Streets.
: j" :; a :: a e 1" it a n n :: a ; :: $ ft :: : :: - a- x
Due to arrive Bx. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche I
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 190009000 Red Brick.
TIIE0. II. DAVIES & CO., Lid,
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clnriphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Batata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines. ;.v
DBALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Bras Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises, tu
Matting bafes, Linoleum, Rilles andSlint-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantation Supplies. ;,
Frank &PetersonCo ftssuj
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nnd Sur-erlntendlnii
Floctro-dydraullc Power Tranamlisloi
REPOHTH AND K8TIMATKS
FURNISHED. . . .
With Cattoti-Noll Co., Queen utreet.
OtUce next to Pcx...aice. 1221
Sonolnlu Iron Works C t
Improved and modern SUdAR HA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to ordei. Holler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatlot
purposes a specialty. Particular attcii
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and rplr
executed at ihortett notice
- - f - f - f - f -f-r -f-f-f t--
IlK-se nre NEW GOODS ami the QUAL- ,T
1TV in.l PHIT.K vv.ll nli'nsn vnn.
will arrive on the "W. G.
.ind ,t large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UlblNSlLS now heing opened up.
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HOLIDAY LIGHTS !
IOO to SOO Candle Power.
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND 6EE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
A. Harrison Mill Co.
S1IMAUS H'kNIMItn ON ALL KINDS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Pr9m Rliritc MmtlHInne Drirh.t nnA
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAIIAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
J A MBS T.TAYLOR,
108 Judd Blook, Tel. 681.
Is the number of MAY & CO'S
telephone. Ring them up nnd
order some fresh
Wild Duck J PATES
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. Fort Street
ISSUE BONDS TO GUARANTBE
the faithful discharge of the duties of
ManaRers, Secret.irle;, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Unnks, Salesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of bod
tiles md l.odces, Employees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Post
Office Departmen's.Collectors, Drivers
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales
men, Contr.-utcrs, Paj masters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters. Railroad and Street Railway
Assignees, Receivers, and all persons
holding portions of trust.
The PollclcHot t lie Compnny Cover
Plate GIjss, including Lettering and
Embossing, jnd Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Hollers, InJtmnlfvIng the In
sureJ against loss or damage to pro
perty, or for accidental bodily Injjrv
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
IF YOU WANT
NEWS OF THE WEEK
in the Territory of Hawaii,
you will subscribe for the
During the SESSION OP THE
LEGISLATURE, complete re
ports will be published by
the EVENING BULLETIN.
CASTLE & COOKB
II ONOLULl) .
Tbt Cwa PLnUtl'a Co.
ft. WtUlua Afflculhvil Co., L I,:
TX Kohilt Su.tr Co
Th. WlliBit Self 11 Mill Co.
Tht Fulton lion Workt. Si. loolt, ,
Tkl Suna.ia Oil Co.
Tbt Gto. F, Bltkt SUM Pmii.
Tht Ntw Encltnd Lift loturuct Co. ol oVtt
1 Tto tnt Flit lot. Co. of Htnl.it,
Tnt Allltoct Atiurtnct Co. of LoMoa.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach no, Hit
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
Iht only daily Japan. tt paper publlthed
In tht rtrrliory of lltwtll
Y. SOG A, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
tHr Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P, O. Box 907.
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