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EVENING DULLETIn! HONOLULU II. T., TUESDAY, FED. 10, 1901.
WE HAVE IDEAS
Rained from the very best hairdressers throughout
the mainland which we are constantly using here.
Our Hairdrcsslng Department
is complete In every detail, and our patrons receive
the benefit of our thorough knowledge in this art.
We also tarry a full line of
Gold and Silver Hair Powder, Rhine Stone Ornaments,
Side and Fancy Combs, Switches, Silk Masks and Mouches
The M. E. K1LLI5AN CO., Ltd.
(Continued from page 1.)
money 'cut any Ice' with the natives
In the lart election us u great many
people supposed? I think If that ques
tion Is answered correctly, you will sea
that we are resting rather easy. I do
not bel!ee there will be many w'io
will deny that money was flaunted In
race or the party ami or inciiviuiui cl80ci n raucus.
mtmlixra of the party. We carried thoi Anoti,er measure, which the Re
day without money nnd we will carry,1 pib ,nl1 ,invc AfrMtl to pu,h n tho
the dispensary bill. j r,Pg.ntiir. the eight hour labor
"l do not wish to say much about tho ,a. We w1) fnvor ,10 8aiart,g r pUi,.
single tax bill but. from what I can ,)p mp(,rs higher than the salary of
gather now. tins win also uc maue a
law. To lay mind, It Is tho only Just
method of taxation. It Is the method
that will show us such progress as Ha-1
wall has never before seen. I
"Ves. we will make some provision
for I.llluoknlanl for we think that she
should be looked out for. She was our
tluccn ana it was mrougn no lauu ni
hers that she was ousted rrom her
throne. We look upon her as our moth-
er and we know that her heart Is wllh
the people over whom she ruled at ono
tlmc. In this matter, we expect tho
hearty cooperation of the Republican!
for they hav.i a clause In their plat-
form that calls for the same thing wc
"Thc appropriation bill will of
course take up a great deal of tho time
of the session for we Intend to go to
the bottom of everyappioprlatlon that
Is called fur. A great deal has be."!
said about the Independents and what
they do to arrest all development. On
the contrary, wc nro In favor of ill
development along healthful lines and
we will appropriate all the money ne
cessary for these needs.
"Wc have an admirable school si's
tern In this country and wc are going
to makp It still better by appropriating
money for thc putting up nf new
buildings and for the better equipment
of schools where our own pcoplo will
And It possible to qualify themselves as
teachers. Wo want Hawaii tor ma
pcoplo of Hawaii.
"The water system of this city and
Its suburbs will be a question that will
nlio take up a great deal of our tlin.
We are contemplating a system refcer
volrs In Nuuanu valley that will not
only supply the whole city of Hono
lulu but which will run tho electric
light works In Nuunnu valley nnd the
pumping stations on lleretanln strot
nnd In Kallhl. It Is the present ealcu-1
latlon that, with an appropriation of
$150.1100, wo will be ablo to divert tho
courses of thc Nuunnu streams Into n
system of reservoirs and attend to all,
other matters In conne-tlon with thU
new departure. Wc have It on good au
thority that during a wet spell this
arrangement will be capable of storlr.g
up enough water to "nl for six months
during n dry seell. o-cn If not another
drop falls during Hint time.
"Of course, It Is unnecessary for me
to mention all the nuiio.- mutters that
will come up during this sefslon !n
fact. I could not, for 1 do not blli'V0
that we know everything that Is lia
ble to come up, alth jug.i I do not hel-
late to say that a vast number of bills
have already passe 1 througl our hands.
Then you sec tho Retubllcam will have
A lot of bills wo know nothln; about "
A prominent member Inthe councils
of tho Republican partv and In tne cau
cuses of that party gives the Rullrtln
the following outline of the Republi
can policy In tho Le'slitim
"It Is our Intention to movo nlong
conservative lines, rather than radical
It will be our purpose toniake a sincere
effort to redeem every promise
made In tho Republican platform. On
all party measures, tho Republ'canj
will stand together, winners or losers.
Wo shall do our beat to ctmvlno-o
enough Independent member' that o.ir
bills deseryo their support.
"Concerning our disposition toward
thc Queen. It has been tho feeling that
nt caucus meetings that she should be,
treated liberally along tho lino sug
Bested In tho Republican nlitfnrm.
That Is to sny, she should be voted n
liberal pension. We do not bellovo hho
should be reimbursed for tho loss of
her crown lands, nor nro wo In favor
of an extravagant pension. Tho other
side, we are told, propose a pension of
$12,000 per year. This we think Is too
much. Different members In caucus
have advocated $3,000 to $1,000 a
year,. We will probably settle on
$.",000. We hold that the Queen's pen
sion should not bo more than tho high
est salary paid to any Territorial offi
cial "As to tho flro claims, the Republi
cans have decided that It Is the business
of tho Territory to pay these Inase
Wn will favor tho appointment of a
commission to first determine, tho per
sons who sustained losses In the plague
fires and the amount of each.
"We shall favor the payment of ell
claims nllko, whether Chinese. Japan-
IIOTHL STREET. if
cse, native or otlierw lo when the total
amount of Just claims hna been deter
I mined, the bill proposed by us will
nrmltlc for n.ivmcnt In biennial Instnl-
"On questions of taxation, no radical
propositions have been discussed In
caucus. We will Introduce a bill ralf
ltiB the exemption from $300 to gom"
figure between $1000 nnd $2000. Tin
onl method we have coIrcd for In
creasing the revenue Is to ralsp the
percentaRe In the levy. Our aim Is
merely to lighten the burdens of tin
poor nnd, at the same time, to pro
vide, for the necessary revenue. No. thf
question of changing the method of
,axlnR iantaton8i nol 1)Ccn ,ig.
(hc oovernor. lie Is the head man nnd
,,,, MIi)0rilnntes should not reeclvo
,siIor ,)ay ila 1P does,
,.Th(1 ,nnor n,,cston not been up
ror ,srusson n the Republican can-
rlJf ow t)lp different members will
Man( nn any eBslatlon proposed on
tll)3 Flll,jocti rannot , ciefnltely Btated.
,,, a w.onl nl rnn gay ,al lho
I)npy nf 10 nPpul)iran mcmbers In
,1(1 j.PKnro vtti )p thc redemption
of pIatform pledges."
Th(l jmicpPnnt8 nrc considering to-
tlay thp namcg ()f lp e(,rkf BPrKcanl.
nt.nrmR Interpreters nnd short hand
wrtcrR thpv ntPn,i to proposc nt t!lc
flm BCgslon tomorrow,
, .,,. .
WllUCUIttlC UUI1 UUll
"Name on Every Piece."
F0I( SALa ay
j , hWIS V CO
240! 240! 240!
"Man wants but little here below,
Nor wants that little long."
I IV THE
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For aJJltlonal Shipping Newt t icvcnth pngt.
p. m.ja m
Monday . ..
1 4! q 8
4 GO tO It
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5 j6 c li
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)6 4 X
New Moon ontho 18th nt 4:15 p. m.
The tides at Kahului and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10h, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
tlrao whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
is tho Bame as Greenwich Oh, Om.
Musters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Omco located in the Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
nencflt free of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
and nil matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Dureau, Punahou. February
in. Temperature Morning minimum,
57; Midday maximum, 75.
Ilaromctcr at 9 a. m. 29.92. Falling.
Dew Point C1F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 70 per .-cut.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 19. Weather clear; wind SW.
Monday, Feb 18,
Am ship George Curtis, Calhoun, from
Nor shin PasDaitout. from Newcastle.
O & O S S Coptic, Kinder, from the
Monday, Feb. 18.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, forMolokal ports
Stmr James JIakee. Tullett, for Kapaa.
Tuesday, Feb. 19.
tmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hlloand way
ports. O & O S S Coptic, Rlnder, for San
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports
at 5 P m.
tmr Iwalanl. Greeorv. for Hamakua
and Kukulhaele at 4 p m.
Stmr Noeau ,Vym.in, for Anahola and
Stmr W G Hall, Thompson, for Nawl
II will, Han.imaulu and Ahuklni at 5 p in.
Stmr Nlihau, Thompson, for Ko uj, Ele
ele, .Makawell, Waiinea and KeUaha at 5
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai
ptrb at 5 P m.
Stmr Mlkalula, Peierson, for .Maka
well at 5 p m.
Fo" Kilo and way ports, per stmr Klnau,
Feb 19-Dr I Grace, J V Clark, E E
Lyman, E II Lyman, S M Ballou, Geo
II Robertson, W U Edmonds. Miss Ulich,
Mlsi H A Meyer, Mrs O W Rose. E Os
born, J LkhtlR, S Llclitlg, A W Cirter. J
G Pratt. H P Aeyers, J S Rals on, Win
Fernandez, S Decker, R Lalng.T Tobrlner,
E Kauffman, T R Robinson, Mis E Ho
ward, Miss E C, LeKRett, Mrs Peck, Miss
Peck, Rev A Weymouth. C P Wermler,
Wlss A Winter, G C Munro, Rev J SI
Lydgate, Clias Williams, Gardner Hu
burd, Ur A S Knudson, A Well, C H
Coulson, Wm McKay, E W Dlckerman,
C H Johnson. Mrs L M Kitcat, J 1 Molr,
J Glbbs. H J Lyman, G L Pearson, Wm
Mixer, J Hopkins, Sim Peck. T R Cook.
Hooked on the Cluudlnc.
For Maul potts, per stmr Claudlne, at 5
p. m. A S Ilartwell, G M Hancock,
Alfred S Douse, wife and child, Miss R
Drummond. Andrew Gray, F J Cross,
Miss Bennett, D T FlemminR, E Osborn,
vuss Annie w oienouse, miss h bcoby.
FenrlcsK nnd Cleu Attain.
The Fearless and Eleu had another race
yesterday afternoon and, as is generally
the case, the Fearless came off with all
The Norweelan shin PassDartout from
Newcastle with coal, was In tow of the
l-eatless and the George Uurtis from ban
Francisco was sighted. Seeing the Fear
less tied up with the coal vessel the Eleu
started out for the Curtis.
By the time the Fearless got rid of the
Passpaitout, the Eleu was at the bell buoy
and going for all she was worth. The
I-e rless started and sonn began 1 1 crowd
up on the Territorial boat. As the prizo
was near noko neaj, tne t-eariess nad a
good deal of room to make up the distance
between herself and the Eleu. She did It
and got the tow.
Since the tugs began competing, the Eleu
has burned up a good deal more money In
coal than she his earned In towing
Lout Steamer This Month.
The steamer Coptic arrived from the
Orient last night alter a rouch trln. All
the way from Yokohama until two days
out 01 port, sne nad head winds and a
high sea. I he vessel began discharging
her five hundred tons of freight soon after
coming to tne jock and was billed to sail
at one o'clock this afternoon.
Her crew did most of the work of dis
charging her as the regular dock hborers
could nnt be found.
1 he Coptic brought but one Cabin pas
senger for this port; W. P. Good of San
A ! A A t. A A A m
; ; Can satisfy your wants
! ! if you mention them in its
tawMi-, in tbtt column trtT bt intttttJ
"9hf( ttnti tint out tmtrthn tf ttntt tut
imtttom: to ttntt om tuttk, 40 ttnti two utthi
and 60 ttntt ont month. 7Mi u tbt tbtaNtt Jvtt
tiitnttvtroftttd tbt fitoptt ef Honolulu.
DIANOS tUNEt) ANM REPAIRED All kinds
ttt muVcl InttrumeM tun d J rtrtlffi 40
tkti tj rltnte Ue otders nt tTQKInr trl,
Lnco'n Hlotk. nr Mawillin NmsCo JAS SHER
IDAN, HANO TUNtP. 8jm
IP YOU WISH TO BETTER YOUR POSITION
R. V. Atklnton, Selt fmploinnl Rateau,
Mdfonn RultJ ng, Mrrrhant St
yiANTEn--PARTNrRWITH fTrfi.w" IN A
" ttjHIha pIn(E busings, or$vool1l n
Itlt nu to cn-thir4 Interest In me. AJirei
"pone" Rultrlln Offif,
CTFNOORAPMER WIIH SPaKE TIME DURING
-' butn hour desires to attend to arott-e'
firm's correponJenc at I13 rer mtnth Address K,
It .Bulletin fiffice tf)tl
NOTICE TO BUILPFRS-The Union EiprcsiCo
h$ WHITh SAND FOR SALE tjtf
ASWEDISH. GERMAN OR AMERICAN GIRL
Is antd for housework and cookl(f. Small
family. Apply at 44) Berctanla St. t68lf
I IFEOrQI'EENVCTORIA WE HAVE AUTH
L entle edition. Ruvof home rnuie. Outfit frte
S. C Milter & Co . Piftland, O'ejton. tjtt-tt ead
WANTED- RELIABLE MAN TO REPRESENT
an establish house on atarv. Good position
to right party Address P O. tiox 587, Portland,
OreRon itC -qt
WANTED-A good draftsman.
Boxers i, Honolulu, T. II.
Address P O.
STEADY, strone young mm, having many years
exper'ence In large wholesale buskess, and In
office nf large contractor, des'res povlt'on of any
kind. Best of references. Address "G L,' Bulle
tin Office. itM-iw
'AANTED A god strong buggy hore. ts'and
" brel horse preferred, pply to Dr. Sloggett,
Progress Block iroi'iw
'ANTED Two good compositor, .1 once Apftv
WANTED Your plumMnr lo do, ty apracltcil
plumttr All Hork eu.r.nteei. J. N. Sh.fcr
.H Quen Si n.rAl.ka. itjt'Iiti
WANTED-WATCIIES lo rtpalr by tweltr ol 11
y. iri txptrlrncf. O. DIETZ, it Nuu.nu Si
YOUNd MAN, tl.noirr.plifr and Irrewrlttr, l
onct. Adtrm"A N.1' Hulltlln Offica.
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oyster r.d n xht tlifll only. Try tils
famous Ham and tec Sandwlcnes and Coffea. Cor
Nuuanu and Hilt' straits. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor,
LD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Col-
ion wags Arprivat Huuetm Umce nf-o-tl
CURNISHED front room Sioot month No other
1 room jVlwvartt re ar Nuua u nftg'iw
FOR RENT Furnished res dtnee rf Mrs. S Roth.
Klnau itrtel. Apply to Mrs. EmmettMay. ii))
Lunalllo street. it6th
FOR RENT-A pleasant suit of rooms. lth or
without board. 144 Beretanla St . near Fort.
TO r.fcT New convenient 6 r om cottage, healthy
locathn Insane Aslum Road $15 per month.
RFN'T-Pleassnt rooms to let. with hot and
roti bath, etetrttlt? Iltrht rrlvMrt t- M. Tiv
'5.L I fllow.nout Klnau St , just off Alacal it66.w
FOR RENT A Cottage at Cotttge Grovr, on King
street. Apply I' E. King. lySj-tl
TO R ENT Two newly furnished rooms h Ith board.
1 prKa'e family. Apply Cunhs place, bet Vln--ard
and River Ms it6iw
f0 LET Office with ue nf desk, business centie
I POOW 11, MAOOON iniL , Merchant Sr
FR RENT rumlshed room wlth-n blocks of city
centre In private family. Address "O.K." Bul
letin Odct. i;6.-lf
PROPERTY AT WAIALUA TOR LEASE-To
1 lots at Walalui. lust orroslte Walalua Hotel, tat
iwit are offered for lese s'ngty or as a wtrle. For
particular apply to Mrs. E. Kekaanlau Pratt, icSi
Punihbowl St. iTMin
TO LET Cottajt on Klnau St between Pltkol and
Keaumoku, ? ro mi, incluJIng kitchen an bath
room, formerly oecuoled bv A. T- Hrnck. Utnt .
pj-r month. Apply to C. R. Collins, King street, reu
CORNER LOT. imxaoo. Manua Vallev, beautiM
lew, on main toad. Apply P H. Burnette, a
A BARGAIN In a cheap hone, right In town, only
J 8 0 P. H BurneUe u King M
LOTS, cheap, e.nv terms, Kjiplolanl Park and Ka-
pthulu. I H Burnette, u jClng St.
On lfcAR LLASI mlth street. nt aio rertal
ZOU SALf At the Orphtum Rartherew.il be soli
1 Choke Wines. Ll.iunrs. Fie hw li n ..p
tottle J. K Merburg. tT66-im
FOR SALL Family horse and surrey. Horse sound
and sife. Surrey In fjfkt-itat mnJli rn. Ai-
dress' G K " Bulletin Office. 1760-11
COR SALE HaJroom Set and Kl'chen Tab'e, al
1 jnost new. $45 Apply this oif.ee, "SO" 5a.1t
RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALl!
UKasOtt the test. In Nuuanu Valleycnrner of
Judd and Llllha streets The E Suhr premie, con
Ktlng of about four seres of land coered with beau
tiful lawn, trees and plants A'so a splerdld residence,
two cot'agfs; cmrlete barn and servants' quarters,
all li hrt Jass condition for further partlculari
7v"iAWAMAN TRUST & INVEST
MENT CO., LTD. lelephime, 184 wluit
COR SALE OR LUASE-A dwelling house, cot
1 tage and lot, centrally located, within five blocks
nf the pnst office; lot xijj. suitable for Doctors or
Dentists oftu.e and dwelling, or for a business loca
tlod Rent $100 per month. Apply to GEAR. LAN-
SIMifit Ct ITS. -If
COR SALE-Hurldi Peach Trees and Cocos Wed
I dellana. Arply S V. JORDAN.
wtf 10 Fort St.
;OR SALE One each 1K-4 and 6 horse power
inquire cf J. Emwcluth. 141 King St. iTM'tf
COR SALE A few Imported mltch cows. Apply lo
J. M. VIVAS. 1 )8a
XHE best scent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL'
1 to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next to Or
rnrum. aii Kinas 01 wanna cigars a specialty
COR SALE $ w. Futnltureof groomed cottage
' near town, with privilege of renting cottage,
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
c6 Merchant St.
COR SALE Jaooo. Leasehold on Queen street.
near Honolulu Iron Works. S4 years to run,
Apply lo WILLIAM SAVIDOE, 8c CO..
ao6 Merchant street
I OST-Cerl oll'eposll No. ij4. In lavor ol M
.- F Chapman, dated Feb. ., loot, Juj, Fhdr
please leave al Bishop and Co. Bank. Payment has
been Mopped. itoi-iw
l have removed my shop
to the premises Corner of
BEHETANIA and Emau Sts
Jas. Nott, Jr.,
1 768-1 w
DON'T BE A CLAM!
If you want anything.
how In the worlJ do you expect people to
know about It If you maintain
Try the Bulletin Want Columns, and If
the reading public have what you want
you'll be sure to get It.
The "ZEALANDIA" brought us a shipment of
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
-05 Queen street
Shares of Stock
Wednesday, Feb. 20,
AT li! O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen St., I will
sell at Public Auction
115 SHARES OF ran
CLUB STABLES, LTD.
Par value $ ico each. Stocks sold In lots
to suit purchasers.
Jas. Fa Morgan, Auctr.
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontage of 100 feet on
I lllMhWIO auli UJ Ull T IIUCI tlllU I IIU13
ton avenues, and 2G0 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lors, 2 large bedrooms, large bathroom
with porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carriage house, seivants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely planted and com
mand a gooa view.
TERMS and further Information at my
omce, 05 iueen street.
Jas, F. Morgan,
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Electro-Hydraulic Power Tranamlaalon
REPOKTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNI8HED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen itreet.
Office next to Poffloe. 12
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES FUUNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Bllr.ds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAIlAO ST., KUWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 5S2.
J.4MES T. TAYLOK,
8(16 Judd Block. Tele. 688.
Honolulu Iron Works Ct
Improved and modern SUOAR HA
CHINEliY of every capacity and d.
Ecrlptlon made to order. Holler work
and UIVETED PIPES for Irrliiatloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notlc.
ARRIVR ! i
AND GENTS i
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
Mil I. PI) & I IIY' Prim D..t U, ,(..
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
PKM llmnn T-Tillknt T..t Ct...
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp! Rock'Cod, Sea
LJdss, imwii9n, rau5p etc.
POULTRY AND OAME-Turkeys.Geese,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Dcci, cic. aiso aweet ureaa, uralnj.
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER. Fggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Applts, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS-Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LI INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T DUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE ", IT WILL PAY YOU TO
'""a )UY POR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
l.X L. Furniture Store
BEIJETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O BOX 535. S. W. LLDIR1.K,
lWiAM- ,- ', t-ijt i --'- '-"- .jyArtijhtW m -- I- !;, whaM, f.wj',a,u., -itA dtt, atitl.
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