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NOVEMIIEII 12, 1901
TKBAbUltbR WRIHHT'S VIEW.
After making tip his nccounts to do
lermlne the Territorial Incomo Treas
urer Wright nnds that ho will be able
to pay salaries unit the general running
rxpenscs of the government, but there
will be no money left for new work
however necessary It mny be to Indi
vidual taxpaers or the business com.
In other words, the Territorial
Treasurer finds that Territorial devel
opment must remain at a standstill un
til the Legislature provides additional
funds. Like any man of business senso
regardful of the best Interests of the
people. Treasurer Wright advocates
t call of the Legislature In special set
blon as soon as possible.
Mr. Wright trul sns, where there's
a will there's a way.
Kallurc to call on the Legislature
iiou-oii-. simromi. fnnrt continues to when the Territory Is In Its present
pump wind Into Its transition period , financial condition can only evidence
balloon, though the battered relic has the lack of a will or a desire to secure
I,rrn minched full of holes by every, steady development una aKgressivt
out asking their consent, Is too outra
geous to recclo serious Lonsldcratlon
at our hands. When tho Filipinos
have been admitted to the markets of
their country It will be qulto time
enough to talk nbout letting In foreign
work In all Territorial departments.
fusing to call a special session, from
the heads of Territorial departments
Oeneral Miles ndvocates a decen- . CHINESE RHfiBNERATION.
tralized army, but there are not a few
citizens who think that deccntrallza- j Alarming reports received from Chi
tlon would result In an Increased ecu- iti.i predicting another antt-foreign out
trnllzatlon In Miles. break In the near future, are not a
. --1 source of surpilse to thoe who have
With Treasurer Wright and Super- acuu.ilnt.iiuo with the Chinese sltun
Intendcnt llod In favor ot a special tlon The most remarkable result
session. It cannot be possible that the would be a unlet acceptance of the
,,,.,., i,iln. Ma rpiiminn for re-, piogresslvp western Ideas.
I lie inti nsc ici-iing ui ikiiihiiiii jiu
ni se against the foreigner Is not to be
wiped out by one war or In one jenr
And the fact that this prejudlco is
played upon lij followers and advisers
of the corrupt Chinese court makes as
surance doubly sure that Chinese lead
ers ari merely awaiting the timely mo
ment to strike the spark that shall set
the antl-forelgn prejudice aflame,
When that flame Is started It will be n
repetition of massacre, and heathenish
destruction of lives and property. The
tendency of present reports goes to
prove that the Chinese have learned n
lesson from the last outbreak; not n
Thurston's rfrgan Is doubtful on ef
forts to fool Washington since the ex
perience of the liar Association Cer
tainly the organ cannot fool Washing
ton on tho true character of Its en
deavors to keep voters out of the Re
Cancellation of licenses Is the quit
est and surest way of bringing care
less hackmen to time. If the plan were
carried out more vigorously there
irlans and carriages In the crowded
wou a DC tar less acci.-.u i....., .... ,w(Jn Qf Ileac(.flI, development and as
nsuu oi gros mruK... .. '-,"-' sjmllatlon with western methods, but
the lesson of the necessity for superior
aims to combat the foreign armies.
A., manv n nation tins limit Iipfnre. n
Advance reports of the President's ..... hn. ...,! nerpaBfIi bitterness
message state that Rooevelt will Hdnn, an nplir()ach to the Idea that peace
vocate the reenactment of the Chinese . ,g btgt ,m,rt.j 1)y preparedness for
exclusion law. If this be true Secre-w(ir tnollKn the preparations now bo
tary Cooper's attitude on the Chinese , )n)? ma(le (n chlnn wt hy no means re
question nnd his placing of the Tcrrl- stll , rls(. t0 ,lle uRI1ty f Bo-calM
torlal administration on record In ' 1 "civilized" warfare,
vor of Chlnt-sc labor was doubly lm-, ,, . ... fetched nresumntlon to as.
WHAT IRRIGATION HAS DONE?
(New York Commercial.)
Incidental to tho projects for 're
claiming vast areas of arid lands In
tho far West projects that are with
good reason asking government nld
It Is of timely Interest to noto what
results have been attained by the re
plication of artificial watering to tho
rice fields of southwest I.oulslaui and
Iticc culture Is no longer In the ex
perimental stage in those sections It
Is an assured success. Dcsplto tint
fact that all previous records for
drouth and heat were broken down
there during the past season, much
more than an average yield of rlco has
been secured. An Intelligent system
of irrigation saved the growing crops,
and a Bummary of local newspaper re
ports In the two States discloses these
The average yield per acre has been
Ir.citused, thi averigc gujlltv 1,
hctn greatly Improved, nnd now vaua
lies havo been developed. .Many
yields arc phenomenal, while a prod
uct of ten to twenty barrels per itero is
common. Domestic Japan, the out
growth of sowing Imported Jn.antsu
rice in loial soil, developed an Impiov.
cd seed, taking the first place In tho
Amerlcnn market. Lands two enr
ago were selling slowly at $5 to SIS.
Today such land Is soiling much faster
at i:u to ir.ii per acre, and Immlgra
tlon to the rice belt Is finite active.
To Irrigation directly must ho cred
ited n liberal share of inis encourag
ing showing. Without it, at any rate,
the growing of rlco in the sections
named could not now be regarded
which it is ns th safest and surest
cereal production, as l( is also tho
most profitable, rice having the largest
iibc and market of all the grains. This
situation in Louisiana and Texas
ought to prove an effective argument
before Congress next winter for gov
ernment assistance In reclaiming th
arid lands of Arizona and others ot
the same class.
some Clint the edicts issued by tho
At last a successful method of mnk
lng the Turk pay his bills has been
discovered. A few warships headed
Constantinople-wards secures the de
sired result and arouses no fears hi
European diplomatic circles The no-
i KmpresK-uowager caning on ner peo
ple for reform such as Europeans nnd .
Intelligent Chinese desire, are anything
hut most perfunctory and meaning
less In character Though the edicts
might he nn honest expression of the
EmpreBs-Dowagcr's desires, anil no one
tlce Is sent out that the show of force hcllcves they are. she Is surrounded by
Is merely a bill collecting expedition, ndvlsors muro degenernte nnd more
nnd that settles It. antl-forelgn than herself, and back of
these arc Ignorant hordes ready for
Tho energy with which the nier-' any bloody fray,
chants of tli eclty are entering upon' While the present fones are at the
the rat campaign should be an example heart of the Chlneiw cnnnloninrnt nu
to every householder. Every rat de-tlon. China will remain In mediaeval
strayed, whether on the waterfront or unn.ncss, unci foreigners win ne n
constant object of attack. Tlie regene
ration ni.'iy be assisted by foreign ar
mies, but It must finally be accom
plished by the ounger Intelligent ele
ment ns found In the Reformers fol
lowing the leaiprshln o' Dr. Sun nnd
men of his strength ot ihnracter.
In resident districts adds to the Insur
ancc against the dangers that constant
ly threaten through our Intimate com
mercial relations with Oriental ports.
Reports of the death of Li Hung
Chang havo been so frequently pub
lished and denied w Ith equal regularity
that the people begin to believe the
old man has an unlimited lease on life.
J'irhaps the moat remarkable feature
of Li's life Is his success In keeping
LEPROSY AND 1 HE MOSQUITO.
The spread of leprosy In the Hawaii
an Islands is attributed to some ex
tent to the mosquito by the local
nealth authorities. There are cases
that occur that are otherwise unnc
countable, a tact that will hardly In
crease the mental qulcuiuc of those
who are mosquito bitten In a country
wnere leprosy exists. Of course, this
mode of infection must oe extremely
ran-, for mosquito Idles ore common,
and these unaccountable cases are few
in number, it seems nrobahie that the
indictment ngalnst the mosquito will
be, as time elapses, a much heavier
one than has been as yet conceived;
It Is the most elllclent little Inoculating
machine thnt was ever con trlved, nnd
It seems to have a constitution suited
to take up nnd carry about a number
o! uncomfui table things for the liu
man species. It Is said i.iai It did not
exist in some at least of tho Pacific
islands orlglnnlly, hut was Introduced
alter their discovery by while men
Herman Melville, in one or his worku
thnt Is not altogether Action, attrib
utes Its Introduction to the Boclcty
Islands to a whaler, who, out of spite
against some natives, landed a cask
of larva-breeding iresh water on one
o' the Islands. If this is true, It has
turned out to bo a veritable Pandora's
box to the natives, with fnr grcatei
possibilities of evil than he in his mal
ue designed. At present mnlarla, lep
rosy, elephantiasis and probably othei
mosqulto-homo i..scascs prevail local
ly or universally lu tho Islands, and II
would be mi Interesting study to trace
up their medical history in nil the dlt
ferent groups so ns to determine how
far the lontact with civilization has
been their causal fnctor. .Medical
News, Journal of the American Medl
en I Association.
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tlon&l Bank of San Francisco. I
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Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills or Ex
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Collections Promptly Accounted Far.
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BBARDSLBB A PAOB
Architects and Builder.
Oflce, Rooms. 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Uonelolu, T. H.
Sketches sad Correct Estimates ur
tlanefl on ghort Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lmnber lad Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CIUS. F. DERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
125 Merchant fet., next to Stnngcnwald Building.
ISan Kianclsco Chronicle.)
As tht! time approaches fur the ns
clear of the beheading operations that senibllng of Congress the aitlvlty nf
Is n griuttr menace to tho merngo CUl- " "" "'"" '"."7 " .
m i i .i . ,i. i hi., ... i... nilustry appears to ntrensp. Just now
nose official tlinu the us.ul III nf hu-1 lUcre ,J , aa,j nl)(JUt ..rPt.ll0(ty.
aia"")'- j I linn about niinuxutltm. Tho popiilni
""""" I rfwlutntir ,. In flu. ouni tlnnnt rr rnvn.
Whllo London cluiis aie Discussing I uuo laws hy treaty has become so pro-' Woik on tho four hutllcshlps tho
General lluller uud his somewhat in-. nuiinccil that tho reciprocity Idea Vliglnla. Nebraska. Now Jcivcy, and
THE NhW NAVY.
n-mimriKn rnmirka the reni.rts from ' t,ia ,J liau' 1,'L'n U'legatoU to thu.Uhodu Ulnnil; two ariuuieU ciulscrs
temiicrnie rcmarhs, me reports irum , ,...,.,, ,, ., ,. i,mlli n,r. Knntii iinLnin im.i iiw, fniiri-i,in
VU...Q.W a ...lu uiiiiv ..nun m. ., ," ........ .......... ...... ... w... -. ......
bioiiRht loiuard In Its stenti. Henortsiand three protected ciulscrs tun St
am sent almost daily I lorn Havana to Louis, Milwaukee and Chaileston. the
thu effect that petitions for annexation I contracts for which wcio let during
uio being tirculatccl In Cuba, and thu.last winter, has not been begun. Ilif
Kitchener continue to hold promlneniu
un account of the frequency with which
b sends regiets. To an outsider the
appearances favor the conclusion that
Incompetence Is uot without good rep
lescntatlon In llrltlsli war elides and
it is by no means confined to the gen
erals who did and are doing the right
ing In the field.
Ilussla still holds her grip on China
and poics as a friend despite tho fact
that Russian soldiers treat the Chi
nese like so many beasts and Russian
diplomatists steadily rob the Chinese
Umpire of territory and what little
prestlgp It muy have. The time cannot
be far distant when Japan will be foic
ed to present a barrier to Russian ag
gression that Is now threatening Jap
slnti-ment Is inndu that annexation
will betomu n "live question" In Con
gress almost as soon us It convenes.
Tho fact Is that thu present proposnl
for annexation is simply a cloak to
cover tho lnteut of reciprocity. The
Idea seems to ho to first aru thu pupu
lar mind with tho desire lor further
expansion and then to seiuio "reci
procity" as a stepping stono 10 it. Tho
sugar refining trust dues not dcslro
annexation except as a lust Resort, for
It would surely Involve opposluon In
retlnlng and might compel It to rvmoMi
Hb present refineries to Cuba for thu
sake of securing tho bcuout of cheap
labor. Its obvious policy Is to secure
the Importation of raw sugar at rates
which will render tho beet sugar in
dustry unprofitable, whllu retaining its
monopoly by keeping out teflned sugar.
As the only vitality In thu movement
lu favor of Ctibun sugar is thnt Impart
ed to it by tho refining trust, wo nro
Associated I'icss dispatcher from
Washington repirsent Republican
naitpru tin f.nnrlnt. Ihi. nnlb-v "let well
enough alone." Hawaii offers a hearty . au'u kww wl.th -ertaluty tho actual
s...,m,! I., il, Ih iirnnmnl with the siur-1 Intuition, hy using our c-ummon sensu
wonil to this proposal with the sug-,n Ut.termIlln(! tll0 rL,al ntcrc(it of tno
gestlon that Cuba especially he allowed ,lll!lt, That mu.leilt ls p)an ali wa
to remain in Its piescnt timdltion far may be perfectly sure that it Is fully
the time being, or until sufficient time understood by tho tiust nnd thnt all
has elapsed -for our local Industrial real effort will bt) In that direction
battleship tleorgla stands at 1 per
cent, tho Maine U7 per cent of com
pletion; the Missouri io, tho Ohio 43
per cent. Tho Colorado stands first
on the list of aimorod cruisers at 1
per cent, the Pennsylvania 4 per cent
and tho West Virginia and Maryland 1
per cent and the west Virginia and
Maryland 1 per cent; tho protected
cruiser Cleveland 67 pur cent, tho Den
ver 67 per cent, tho Dps Moines 55
per cent, the Chattanooga 46 per cent,
tho Galveston 40 per cent, tho Tacom
20 per cent.
The four monitors rnnge from 71 to
91 per cent and thu submarine bouts
from tho Plunger nt 35 to tno Mnccasln
at 82. Tho torpedo boat destroyers
16 In number, range all thu way froio
6J per rent In tho enso uf the Stewart
to UU per rent in thu case of tho Rain
lirldge, nnd thu torpedo 'boils from
69 per lent In tho case of tho Tlngoi
to 98 In tho caso of thu Strlnghatn.
,i,'ondltlons to become settled down to
"the changed status which annexation
brought about. This Territory Is by
no means an autl-expanslnu advocate
Should the woist come to tho worst, it
is pinnaijiy lino that llio tiust would
prefer to taku the chance of lontiol
ling Cuban production and lellnlng
man to uuo thu competition of tho
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made Itrge additions to nur machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in, nil the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposita 7 day
notieo 2 per cent, (tin? form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for on5 month), S
months 3 per cent., 6 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 montha 4 per cent.
Pioieer Biildiig aid Loai
A83ET8, JUNE iJ, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OKFICEI18 J. L. McLean. Tresl
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vlco President:
C. II. Gray, Treasurer; A, Vi Gear,
DIRECTORS J. I.. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Oenr. C. U. Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyle,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Iloyd.
A. V. GBAK,
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Saving Deposits will he
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg'
ulatlons may he obtained on applica
Offlce at bank building on Merchant
DISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capitol..., Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000.
Reserved Fund Yen 8,510,000
IIHAD OKriCL'. YOKOHAMA.
Tho llanlc buys nnd recedes for col
lection Dills of Exchange, issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For G months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., HI King Street
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, also
Office and residence, 312 Queen 4t,
near Oovtrnment building.
I71. P. BRTELMANS
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive, prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
CAIHARINO'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
hut It cannot faor an Immediate In-, bwt ,,,. ,iU!,tiy of tho United
crease In tumpetltlun ulth our main
agricultural product on top of an up
heaval ot the l.iboi market
The Washington cm respondent of
the Savunnah News sas Southern
Cungreshinen and Senators aie "not
tearing thelrshlits"iner the, Hooker T
Washington dinner Incident. "Conscr
vathe men from the South, uho dis
cussed the subject, ngiee thnt nn gnod
ran 'come of agitating tho ipiestlon
further. They hold that the President
btates. Hut uuncxatlon will not be
favored hy thu tiust so long ns there
ls a chamo lor "ruclpioclty."
It will ho time enough to dlsCuss our
future relations with Cuba when the
time mines when there can bo nnj
ihnngu In them. For hv piesent we
stand pledged to Cuba mm the world
to establish an Independent govern
ment In that Island. When such a
government has been established, nnd
thu Cubans havo had suniu uxpeiieuce
as an Independent nation, proper
means will exist for ascertaining thu
leal vvhlies ot the Cubans. At present
lias mo rigni to seicti uie giicsis iie,N0 , I10t Ml0W ,u,ni nor CRn tlloy
win priviueiy i-mcccam. unci puuuu , hliow tlicin themsulves. The ' pull
men from the Smith cannot negled tho tlons" of u few sugar planteis and
Interests of their constituents because inert hanta thiiivv no light on tho sub-
of some social Incident which may not Jt. When wo havo lultllled our
accord with their views on the sub- lh;lges hy establishing an iudopend-
wt nf em-lil ivimilltv It Is lipllnvi-il ont Wcnimcnt in the Islands there
jeet of social ciuttlll). It is hem vul W U( ()ri,er) t.onst,tm,(mal wnyB ,,y
that tho Incident will be forgotten wh(ll 10 ,,,,8re for oxntlon,' ,M't
within n week. ' aMn, tan ho olllclally mnde Known
ii, -n,,,! .l,nR th.it 'nu men, ami noi until men. ran
rules In Southern cliclcs, It Is safo to
there bo useful discussion of tho sub
ject In this country. Hut one thing
fay tho Washington Incident will soon',B , nIll, t)mt , (,lat nny Iirol)n8n
pass from notice, to ho revived only at tn admit Cuba to our commercial union
election time and only In districts whllu keeping out thu Filipinos,
where piejudlie rules,
whose teirltory we havo soiled with-
The Boy Phenomenon.
Oh, where are the boy phenomena
Of twenty enrs ago,
The children who ut nine or ten
Know uil there was to know?
1 call to mind one of tho kind
Who know .the Hlblo through
1 wonder how's ho's faring now
And whnt he finds tn do?
Oh, where is the boy phenomenon
Who used to multiply
A blackboard of figures In Q
The winking of an eye?
Methlnks I hear you blandly say
Ho runs a bank somewhere .
I paid a quarter yestoyV
Tn havo him cut my finlr.
And there was the boy nhenomenon
Who plaved tho. clarinet:
Ho was tho wonder of tho town
Am! ho Ib plnylng yet;
There horn tho gnudy poster shows
Tho common throng tho way
H sltB hefoio thu stairo nnd blows,
Unnoticed, nlghl and dny.
I recall the boy phenomenon
Whom wo were fain tn lolrI
In nwo for lending Snnkesnearo's plays
Kro he was 8 years old;
It used to bo pronounced a treat
To hear him render "L'ear"
Ills sign Ib there, across the street;
He's now an auctioneer.
Oh. gro-it was tho boy phenomenon
Of twenty years npoj
He used. to throw us In tho shndo
Us common hoys, you Know!
Our parents held him np boforo
Us ns a model but
IIo'k not a wonder nny more,
His little rhnese Is cut.
S. E. Klser tti Chicago Record-Herald.
CORNER KING AND
PAY OS A CALL.
Daintiest and prettiest Ice cream
parlors on thu Island, and conducted
In first-class manner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTER8,
Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Ktc.
Klcrtrlc fans generously distribut
ed make tho placo cool nnd comfort
able, and tho now beautiful furnltuio
gives it a tono of splendor.
Q0LF IN THE DESEET.
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told oti
about us and If ou haven't nl-
ready begun to trade with ua
you nro wishing ou were.
We will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or tooKles this
wcuiv because wo keep ever.
thing In tho grocery line, but
the Inducements we offei are
rw ' -K
Golfer (observing his ball In oMtich's neck);
'1 w under wliul I do now.
& COMPANY, LTD.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOHD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the populat
C N CO It E SALOON.
Tho pure Julco of the grapefruit. The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing trult preparation known,
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Bole agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Offlco and Works. 601 Kort St..
Honolulu. T. of H.
P. O. box 402. Island orders solicited.
MINEKAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Been Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, 8araapa
rilla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Water Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barntttad 81)1, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gatlon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
402 JUDD BUILDING
HENRY BT. GOAR.
Mcmbcrs(6tock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND UEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and relgn Stocks an
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