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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T FIUDAY, FEDnUAnY 15, 1901.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PUi SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
; Regular Price
j 1 .00 A Yard.
NOW 13 YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
1 N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
.size royal photos, from Kamehameh
I, to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. nar Hol '"
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
TUB . . .
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
by proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4759! Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No. oufc EldredRe, No. 24730:
Imperial, No. 14506. mfrtf
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
b given by Mrs. H. H. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street
First Class stamping done,
MRS. H. II, WILI JAMS.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital) paid up, $48,860
V. O. Achl President 'A Manager
M. K. Nkuin&,.. Vice President
J. M&kalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Goo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. niplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also ha houses In the City
of Honolulu tot rent. U89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
XT We will Bo or belt Btu SiUteli
Ulputi of the group.
or We will Bell Properties on Beseon
ible Oommlisloni i
OFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title . . .
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
ioio FORT ST.
WHAT NEQRO LEADER
SAYS OF THE PROSPECT
Importation of 20,000 Will Put Them
in Control Know How to do
Politics on Their Own
"If the Hawaiian Planters' Associa
tion bring the fifteen or twenty thou
sand negroes hero that it Is their pres
ent Intention to, we will be strong
enough at the polls to about run this
Territory,' Is the statement made by
one of the negroes who came here with
the batch of laborers who arrived In
tho Itlo on her last trip from the Coast
Continuing, tho man said, "Most of
ray people are Republicans. In the
south whero we come from we do not
have, the freedom at tho ballot box
that It was Intended we should have.
From long familiarity with American
politics we are in a better position to
do politics on American lines than the
greater part of the voting population of
these, Islands and a year's residence
here will give us nil a vote."
'Of course tho white people of Ha
waii will always stand together and
I understand tho greater proportion of
them are Republicans. We will be with
them on party lines but with the great
number of negroes who will soon be
here wo will nslc at tho conventions for
representation that our numerlcnl
strength entitles us to. Being laboring
men our aim will be to look out for
the Interests of the laboring classes
and as our votes will count we will be
able to exert a great good influence."
New York, Feb. 4. According to a
special from Washington to tho Jour
nal of Commorce, there aro two as
pects to tho problem of whether n
countervailing duty shall bo laid upon
sugar Imported from Russia, upon tho
ground that tho system of regulating
sugar production In Hussla Is equiva
lent to a bounty, which will bo euro
fully considered by Secretary Gago
before announcing a decision. Ono
relates to tho facts, tho other to their
legal interpretation. Tho facts wcro
pretty well ascertained by a special
agent of tno treasury who
Russia last summer. Tho system la
complicated, but has been fully Bet
forth In tho report which Is now bo-
m.a If. fnim .flwt nlln.diin rt limit
IUIV ,UI l.tlbU. . IIU IIUlDilUll , IIUII ,
tho facts shall bo Interpreted Is now,
Attorney General Griggs has been
nsked by Mr. Gago for his opinion.
. IIU 1UHD UI'IUI IU UlllllMlU IMUb
tlicro Is no payment by tho Russian
government to tho sugnr growers, but
Tho facts appear to Indicate thnt
a cunsiuerauiu mx is luvieu unu pru'
ductlon Is restricted to a given nmn
tity for each establishment. Tho ox
cess of production must bo marketed
abroad, but the gross production, in
cluding that sold abroad, contributes
to tho adjustment of tho nlownnco
of tho production of tho following
year. It Is In tho Interest of pro
dueers who deslro to Incrcnso their
future (luota to purchase tho cer
tificates of exportation from tlioso
who havo produced a Biirplus, but aro
less concerned to Incrcnso their quota.
Thus tho purchase of tho certificates
enables them to securo n larger al
lowance for the future, whllo tho ex
porter receives a premium from tho
purchaser of tho certificate over nnd
above tho prlco ho receives for tho
It Is contended by tho advocates
of a countervailing duty that the on
tiro machinery Is under tho control
of tho government and that tho ex
porter does, In fact, rccelvo a bounty
through government Intervention. It
Is contended thnt there Is no bounty
Involved, but that tho entlro arrange
ment Is a sort of pooling contract be
tween different Bugnr manufacturers,
who aro taxed ncavlly In any ovent,
and recelvo no substantial aid from
their government. Which of theso
vtaws Is correct Is a problem the Sec
retary of Stato must eventually de
cide. WHDD1NG OF FRANKLIN AUSTIN
Tho wedding of Franklin H. Austin
and Mrs. Amy Anderson was solom
nlzcd last evening at 7 o'clock In tho
parlors of tho Central Union church,
Rev. W. M. Klncald officiating. Only
a few of tho Intlmato friends of tha
parties wero present.
Mendolssohn's wedding mnrch wns
played by Miss Florenco Yarrow, Tho
brlrtn was given away by Daniel Lo
gan a friend for many years of tho
After tho ceremony, the party went
tn the Hawaiian hotel where a wed
ding dinner was served. Mr. nnd Mm.
Austin left on tho morning train for
a short visit to Walalua.
The Orcat Family Mcdlrlnn of thi
Age! For soro throat, gargle tho
throat with a mixture of I'AIN-KII.L-ER
nnd water, nnd tho relief Is lmmo
tllntc, and euro positive, It should not
bo forgotten thnt tho Vain-Killer Is
cqunlly ns good to tnko Internnlly ns to
U8o externally. Avoid substitutes, thero
Is but one I'aln-Klller, Terry Davit'.
I'rlco 25c and SOc,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cent per
Editor Evening Bulletin: Would
you be kind enough to answer In the
correspondence columns of your valua
ble paper which Is the largest and most
populous city in the world, and oblige
Tho population of London by the
census of 1891 was 4,2ll,05G; the larg
est city In population in the world.
New York by the census of 1900 comes
next with 3,437,202.
livening Bulletin: To dccldo an ar
gument, will you kindly publish In
your paper, the oftlclnl vote of the Stato
of New York for President at the re
A claims It was over 00,000 for Mc
Klnlcy. D claims not. Which is cor
rect? Answer and oblige L.
The vote for McKlnlcy In New York
State was 821,992, for Dryan C78.38C.
. A SURPRISING ANSWER.
Ono of the linemen of the Mutual
Telephone Co. called nt a certain houso
In this city yesterday for the purpose
nf putting In a new battery. The lady
saw ho was about to take out the wet
battery and replace It with a dry one.
so she said: "I wish )ou would give mc
another wet battery. It Is the only ono
that has glcn us nny kind of service.
The three dry battirlcs we had pre
viously were no good hatecr. The
mnn who put In the wet battery said
tho dry ones were good for nothing."
This Is the surprising answer given
by tho telephone man: "Wo nre putting
dry batteries in everywhere. I wish
you would keep track of this one. You
know, the dry batteries have proved
of no account wherecver we havo put
The lady was about to remonstrato
but the telephone man walked out of
the houso without saying a word.
NO MONEY FOR PLAGUE.
Sacramento, Feb. 1. Assembly bill
CC0, appropriating (100,000 for tho use
of the Hoard of Health In preventing
and dealing with the bubonic plague
and other Infectious diseases, came up
In the Assembly this morning on Fellz'
notice of a motion to reconsider the
voto which the bill was on Saturday
There was a sharp debate until I'ltlc
moved to lay on tho table. The vote
on this motion stood 24 to 18. Sutro
and Fellz made n futile effort to clinn.ro
.the result by contending that there I1.1 J
been a miscount and that there was no
iiourvm present. Tho chair deflated
them out of order. This dlsp3c of
tna matter so far ns the Assembly Is
Thn vip nnnntnr Hnlnlpr hepr Ik hiw
I - --" -- - - -
coming a household word and "will
vou have a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
Cheap labor means cheap work. Tho
Ilulletln Publishing Co. employs men of
experience nnd artistic skill In tho Job
department. That's why wo are turn-
Ing out tho best Job work In tow n.
n whiskey fr t H&?jzf&ui7JL ) I npr
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD
btb 1 SnnUluAnb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu &5t.,
uImo HOTEL ST., appoaltc Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
We will install two 'phones complete
you dmnot nllorii to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Ttiereb health indicated fit
A Smiling Rice
Witlv a- Stomach-trouble
Its an ideal tonic. and ,
Beverage t aids diJeJtion.
sraes. f 1 1.3
rite Angle Ump
(ALSOAnnA GOOD STOCK OF I1AHGING..
STAND AID) HMD LAMPS
MiCNTS TON s,i e Lurrkailnr OU. '-"ilphni, Alwn Cfmint. Pottl.nj Omint. filint I'owJr
Co , IHck. n.'il.i liaiini;. Koclw ll.tt-or Llmi O Nt llom Setting Machln. inl I'jn-Amttlc.n IlinJ
l)HALbRs IN Aealewire. i!atirf. CrcKtry HarnrM, SaJJIh inj trJlh-f, Huti, Urn. Il4
ltJ, Trunk., Villi.,, .Mmlnti, balei, Llnol.umi INmJtr ni Cap, Cnctal HarJw.r. an4 Plantation
Works 'Phone, 389,
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
under a guarantee at a price well,
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It feemt aliwtt lncrrltl that
any tatrpcouU be conimouch In
tilt iUfpiaceol eittrklty onewn
irm, yet uch l the Hh th
ANote nwi' Alt ovtrthc ItlJnJt
rfor art? I ha In (t aay thlr olJ
lamp ni replacing them with this
lamp, not merely because It Cot
about one tenth a truch to main
tJln (rent a no object to mn peo
ple) but, beU bilng Infinitely
cheaper. It I nrre brilliant anj
more reliable In the larcaln It l a
rtvelatlon loeeryope whoutett.
a-J limply Jem' nitrate that the
o1dfahionJ lamp ai a bar bar
out contrivance, THE AMUt lamp
never itnoltet, imclli or elves any
trouble 1 lighted aniextinfcuhhfi
at e11) at cat, anj Is the IJea)
light Ir-tn eery unjpolnt W
carry thcie tamp from $1 Soup,
T. II. DaWcs & Co., Ltd.
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, Sole Agents