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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU II. T., SATfllDAY. KEU. 9, 1901,
fnbltshcd Every Dny except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE n. KAIUUNOION ..Editor
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lulu ng second class matter
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TeUophohe . .''. .x 256
Post Office Box 718
BATUIIIUY I'EimUAUV 9, 1101.
LOYALTY PUT TO TtlST.
The AKUlnaldo Ictctra uilttcn by Ho!)
ert V. Wilcox at n time when lie w,s
to nil Intents and purposes au Ameri
can citizen, constitute n serious charge
which shuuld be suinclcut to retire our
delegate to private life with the consent
of n Hepubllcun President and by the
vote of a Republican Congress.
The Ilulletln has had little mpatliv
with Attorney Clear's mission In its
political phase nnd as based upon the
Illegality of Delegate Wilcox's election
or the charge of llgam. If the Wil
cox election was Illegal on account of
sulllclent competent electoral machin
ery contained In the Organic Act, the
defeated as well as the successful par
ties showed thimsehes cquall shoit
slghtcd In' going to all the trouble of
making nominations and casting their
ballots. If Wilcox Is a bigamist accord
ing to the moral law- of the Catholic
faith he would bo expelled from tl'O
church; If by the law of this land lie
would have answered for It In the
Kobert Wilcox, a declared enemy of
American rule, n self declared ally de
sirous of Joining a band of Insurgents
engaged In shooting down American
citizens, while hr was enjYvtmr tlil
privileges nnd protection of. jhej(Aiier
lean Hag Is an entirely different mat
ter. It comes us an unpleasant sur
prise. It strikes at the erj found l
tlon of American loyalty. It Is a slap
In the fnco to ecry American who luyt
ever fought to: uphold the flag at horn"
or abroad. It casts a slur upon evevy
homo that has given Its host blood,
upon every mother who has glen her
boy to fight the battles of the nation.
It Is a kick- at the corpse of the na
tion's honored dead, which oory tenet
of American faith teachejs the bos and
girls, the citizen present and prospec
tive to regard as sacred.
Granted that the letters given can
bo proved to be. authentic, the decision
relative to Delegate Wilcox's right to.
Bit In Congress places President Wil
liam McKlnley nnd every Hepubllc:i
Congressman "who voted to continue
American control In the Philippines by
force of arms on trial. If the Presi
dent, or the Congressmen Individual1
or collectively, can vlow this Incident
with Indifference, they thereby Indi
vidually nnd severally give the lie to
their every protestation nnd assertion
of lojnlty to the tlag. their thoughtful
regard for the high moral mission of
the nation and their condemnation of
such men ns Atkinson and other aui
porters of the Filipino cause. Indifference-
on their part means an open d
mlsslon to tho people of the I'lilfJ
States that these ptotestatlons nnd tli
condemnatlon were and arc a f.trco
created with the purpose nnd intent if
playing upon natiornl loyalty merels
lo rntch vote unil retain political pav
er. It will say to tho American peo
ple Is more dlstlnrt and positive terms
than word of mouth can possibly ex
press that the dig Is n phantom, that
national Integrity Is a cu medy to bo
waved and to be played upon for poli
tical purposes oiil,y. It will bo a miss,
ngo to tho citizens of all the new pos
sessions, more pointed, moro direct
than the , written or spoken messac
of tlie Prnsldcnt or Congress that na
tionnl loyalty In Its American sense I"
only n cloak to be put on or cast nsld)
according as It may bo used for poll
Ileal piollt or to blind tho pcoplo as to
Such Indifference seems Impossibly
nn It can serve only to bring the lie
publican parly Into contempt nnd mako
Its national standard bearer and Its Con
gresslonl jmesentatives unworthy f
the supportT'of heuiesl American citi
zens. ROUGH ONJONA COAST
The. steamer Mauna Loa will not sail
until 8 a. m. Monday.
Yesterday she was delayed on ac
count of tho heavy rain which supped
tho handling of freight ami, when Him
gafollne schooner Eclipse nirlwd "
terdny afternoon reporting the .vealher
nt Knna so bad that no freight or mail
could bo landed, It was decided to hold
the Mauna Loa until Monday,
Tho Ecllpso has n most trying expi rl
once on her Inst rtlp and was com
pelled to come back hero without land
ing nny of her Hawaii freight or mail
Tho wind which seemed to abate yes
terday was hard at It again today unci
It was on this account nnd on account
of t ehEcllpse's report the tho Mauna
Loa was held. It Is consldeied an Im
possibility for her to land Kona freight
under tho existing conditions of tho
ChlncKi: CltlciiH llerilHtcr.
Tho leeoids so far at the llureau of
Chinese IleglHtintlon show that tho
naturalized nnd Hawaiian born Chlneso
nro registering In ns great numbers as
tho aliens, Whllo this It not compul
sory, It In consldeied a wlso bafeguard
against future contingencies on tho
part of tho citizen Chliieue.
.A, large and nppteclatlve n'Ullcnce
filled Paunhl hall on Friday evening
to listen to the piano recital by Prof
K. A. Il.il!ascus. A most pleasing pro
gram was rendered with artistic effect.
Tho program may Justly be term-d
n typical progiam, Illustrating tho dif
ferent st)les of pianoforte music, vl.:
the classic, the romantic nnd tho mod
ern brauira style. The choice of tho
composers may be called a happy on1?
because of their broadly represontitlvu
capacity, , ,
The openlngnumber w'ns the pi elude
from Uach's A minor suite. Ilnch may
be said to be the greatest man liilcllev
tually, the world of music hi seen.
His music is clothed In a phinseology
which Is now almost obsolete. I Hi
melodies sound strnngo to our cars.
They do not fall In with modern Ideas
of benuty, eino Is forced to admit that
he abounds In passages of noblo dig'
nlly nnd sonority, nnd the Wonjcitt
stle that has been developed In piano
forte music, does not exhaust thivfcon'
tents of his faster compositions. Ilnch
and Ueethovcn may Jti'tly stand for
numerous other composers of the clasv
Ic list such as Couperln, Handel
Haxln. Mozart and Clcmcntl. whose
names are connected with the history
of the sonata.
As the term "Sonnta" Is now undei
stood It encN with "Hecthovci." Many
sonatas hae been wrl'.'i-n sine" tho
last of that great master, but not a
word has been added to nil prvlnma
tlon. He stands, therefore. n the per
fect exemplar of the sonata pet toil,
differing from" Ills predecessors In so
far ns le made spirit rls mperlnr lo
form. ' 1
The.sonatn.ip. 31 Mo. 3. whose rhnr
r.cterlPllrH are chcrful llvellnss In
the first nnd jecond movements, melo
dious and tenner sentiment In the Hen-
'(nctto tnnd humorous sprlght lines e In
i it lie finale. Is one of thJ noblcMtcom
IJpoiUlotn of Its kind. U tciehril c vo-y
scholarly nniWDnlsh'vl rendyrlng nt th"
hands of Pro?, r. . llallaseyuj. He
has a manly, stralghtfownrd s'tyle of
playing which Is tro- from sentiment
ornffectntlon and misplaced Individual
ity. Ho plays honestly and earnestly
but docs by no menus la'Je the neces
sary temperament in I 'inspiration. He
was heartily applauded.
The other piano numbers by tho ro
manticists nnd modern compiuort. each
of them a musical gem (lz., tho Im
promptu by Schubert, the Nocturne by
Chopin, the Novelette by Schumann
nnd especially tho Momento glogoso by
MoskowsW) were given In nn equally
The College Vocal Quartet, composed
I of Miss Lyman, soprano) Miss Camer
on, contralto; Mr. Miller, tenor and
Mr. Hums, bass; sang niielnbe;per's
I "Stars In Heaven" nnd Flntow's "(Toad
' Night" In n pleasing m.intie- Thev
contributed considerably Ij the suc
cess of the evening.
Dny of Priiycr" for SturicntH
Tomorrow Is tho Universal Day of
Prayer for Students, nppolnted by tho
general committee of the World's Stu
dent Christian Federation, at their
meeting held In Vnrsallles, Prance, In
Tho day will be observed at Oahu
College by a special Vesper service In
Pauahl Hall. i::o p. m. Dr. Klncald
will make the address; subject. "Lis
tcnlng to Hod." All of tho students of
the school are urged to be present, and
students of other schools nro cordially
Invited to attend the service, ns aro
nlao all those who nro Interested In tho
obscrvnnco of the day.
n the world will Jowhat
luk done In tliuuiAnJ M cal.
it Uki-s i.ciTLki: .-nJ tor
nookllT so l " AJJreis
Macnetlc Klattlc TruisCo..
6io Alarkcl Street. San FRANCI&LO
This Is No Lend Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
fut simply to rain albIhglif
a ItKltimate way. My motto
li "HONhbT WORK AT Hon
I Have Moved
my plumblnR business to ft
St. opposite the Club Stables
Telephone, White 357t,vlure
I have 111 i-tock the following
tmmcleJ Iron and steel clad,
with nlcklc p'ated trlmmlncs;
aU) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out.
and Syphon, jet styles
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
EalvanUcd and enameled.
LajfiJileSf ! enameled Iron,
and muble with ntckle plated
Wash Tiays, enameled Iron
with wood coyer.
. Slop Siik, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Hollers and Stands
Water Vtft, Faucets and Trim
m'tiRS, Cialyan'zed Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
RoolinK, EtjC. j , ,
Jobbing Promptly attended toi
Work and Aiaterlals Guaran'
Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr.; Sanitary Plumber.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
I .r- U MMITED.. J
-f -f '-ti-t- I W -I -f 1 -f j
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
rinvlng closed out our old stock Of the old
patterns, we are now offering the latest
"" ' Improved Patterns. Call and ex-
i amine them.
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
M '"' In Household nd Kitchen Utensils
Ihese nre NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PKICK w.ll please you.
Refrigerators and, Ice Chests
NbVV INVOlChS TO HAND.
A large stock sill arrive on the "W. G.
' , IRWINV now due.
and a larce assortment cf u.seful HOUSE
j Bethel Street Household Department.
The KellySpringf ield Solid
outshines all other tires at every point of
' comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID
RUBBER TIRE which sives universal
Don't be deceived by imitations. There Is
no other tire as' Rood, as l.istinjj, or as
satisfactory in any respect as the
' " Kclley-Springfleld
Two Wired Tinea.
Call and get prices from us.
Betwien Fort and Alakea Streets.
IS THE BIIST
It Contnln only l :t7-IOO
pop cent Alcohol.
Per Barrel, 6 dozen quarts
Per Case, 4 dozen quarts
k'lSQ AMI DB1MIL STULTS.
FirebiIck ' '
APPLY TO --
C, BREWER & CO., Ltd.
QUEEJS. Sf.? ' r
All Ninds of Carriage Trimming
done .cheaper than at .any other
VINEYARll ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
40 veais practice, reference 'f desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
iron Fence and Monument" C., m to 180
'. Klnc St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
rel., 0S4. 82.3m Lincoln Block
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lnssons in ART EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street
rirat Class stamping donev,
MIIS. II. II. WILT JAMS.
HOLD UTENSILS now being opened up. I
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buv an artistic modern six room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for 53000.00, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$40 OO per month.
If this does'nt beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Clias. E, Moore & Co.,
Room 8, Magoon Block,
iMerchant and Alakea Sts,
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
Up-to-dute lluclm and
AT ALL HOURS.
ALl.tmni.RS UV TLLIil'IIONE
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION.4
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Subscribers ire turnlsbed with (rou
Ave to Blx lists per week, giving an se
curato record of deeds, mortgage!
leasus, releases, powers ot attorn'
ittc, etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PF
A. V. GBAR,
iiM Dulldlnir. nnolul
u W. THRUM
OOM NO. 10, SPRECKEIfl BLOOB
PlwaUtlon Work ft Specialty .
Large tract of. lapd situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Homlillu,- contalnlnt; 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
!7Q2'tf 1? Kaahumanu St
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
of advertising: '
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No, GiiC; Eldredge, No. 24730:
Imperial, No. 14506. 1716-1
k.4 iTlf J nil 1 rJL-4Vin(Qi
' . . .
Coonlry Cloti Lunchwn Jpiclilflrt.;
VI Crtm Ftrft UCiik Vl tMt QkM
TfkMMt.Clkkkt b MtftM, SUfri CXkftM m4
San Francitco Agtnli Tns Nevah
National Dank op San Fran'owoc
Sax Francisco -The NevBdn Nation.
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of Londo
New York American Exchange h
Cuioaoo Merchants National Bank
Paris Credit Lyonnala.
BONKONO AND YOKOHAMA Uonk.DK
Shanghai Jlaukiiig Corporation.
NKW KBAIANb AND AUWTRALIA-HI ,
of Naw ZAaland.
'Victoria and Vancodvjib Bank )
British North America,
Truatt 1 Beneral MM iMEicluueBiiiiii.
Depolits ReeelTed. Loni made on Ap
proved BtcnritT. tlommerclal nd TraTelin
Credit Iiined. Bllli of Exchange bonei
ComoTiOMs Pbomftlt Acooinrnn f o.
Transact a General Bankii
nnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler r
Litters of Credit issued, avai
able in all the principal cititt
Interest allowed after Jul
1, 1898, on fixed deposits '.
day notice '2 per qont., (thu
form will not boar intorosi
unless it remains undin
turbod for one month), 5
months- 8 per cont., 6 niontlVr
3J por ceht., 12 monthn -1
Pioneer Bui'ding an-.
ASSETS, DEC. II, 1811, $1U,7T.
Mone loaned oa approved iecurlt
A Savings Bank (cr monthly deposit
Houses built on tho monthly Install
men, pia-, .
Twentieth Sert of Stock Is ns
OFFICEUS T. F. Lansing, Pr
dent; 8. B. nose, Vice President; O. E
Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, SecreUr
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. I
Hose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Uenr
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. r
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
uhamber of Commerce rooms.
Offlr Hours: 12:30 1:S0 0.
J 1 , ,,
Savings Df pewits will, li
received and Interest allowed ly tbl
Bank at fouiVmnd one-half par cent
Printcl copies' of the Rnles and Re
ulatlons may be obtained on appllcatlot
Olllce at bank building' on Meroha'
BI8HOP A OO
Tfje VoohamB pecfe ,Bfi
I'tUUpCilltd . 1M
Yen 19 UOOon.
tec. .ea 1 uni
Hud Office. Yokohama,
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills o exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
OO Fll.d D.po.lt lot BODttl, . M MSI p.
On Flu. D.po.11 loi 6 aoolkt, "
Oo Fli.4 D.toill lor 1 o, 1
Crinch ol Hi. Yoltohtma Sped.' Dink,
ix KeCDDllC BUllUlU, 111 llll SL. fioioliu
1200 Lots 1200
1. 'I I tt
;' ')1 (i n W
n -j '!
) i:t;, :,
The Kapiolanrr'-Tract e'
tendsfrom King street to the"
Beach. A road 60 feet '.wide j
will be opened on the east
side of the property adjoin- :
ing the Kamehameha Girls' z
School; said, road will 'ex- 5
tend to the sea. '
Cross-rodds will beopened
between bweks. E very lot- -will
have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No swamps aroundrthe,
' $iJ v "i
enter the ploperty. ' '
There is an offer to buy a
part of the property by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There ,
is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in- . i
' ' A f '
crease in a short time., Jhe,J
owner of- the property-will 9
give all chances to purchas-
ers to make money on their g
The ground is superior, to
a .y tract, in the market. .;
The premises are situated '
within one mile and a half of
The Government water
pipes are laid along the'upper
portion h tjie property. J Jj j
The prlcesaarcthe cheapr
est of any fract within "two
miles fromthe cfenter of the
Tle terms 'which will be'
giverj to purchasers will .be
the best ever given byi-any. .-
real estate dealer or broker ?
during the last twenty years
in Honolulu. v
For terms or more particu '..
lars, .apply to
S. M. Kpakanuj.,,;, ;
,,: .Surveyor and Manager of
Kaplolanl Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Estate Dealers and
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