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EVENING DUI-LETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13. 1901.
HARD LUCK IN THE WEST.
Tho cowboy sat down on the ground,
fingered a roll of bills and looked sad-
ly nt Mb pnnl.
"tllll," ho said, "It's no lino. I can't
ko to town with you today."
"Why?" asked Bill.
"I've only got $25 to my name."
"Klggcr It up ag'ln." said Hill.
"No use. I've flggered It up a dozen
times, and It always comerf out tho
tn me. It'll tako $20 fer the drunk, a
dollar an a half fer bed an' breakfast,
three an' a half fer cn'trldges, nn'
that won't leave a cussed cent to pay
3 - 8
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
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Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & (COMPANY, Ltd.
The reputation of 8achs' It so well
established for everything that stands
for reliability that prices quoted can
always be considered as meaning ex-
ra full value for the money.
HERE ARE INSTANCES:
Flannels and Flannelettes
Our assortment of theso scasonablo
goods is wonderfully complete
Flannelettes 15 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 10 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes B yds. for $1.00.
White Flannels, nn especially good
Keep off chills during the rainy season
or In fact any time. If you need blan
kets now come In and tee what we
have. You are sure to find what you
want at a reasonable price.
2 yards square
White with striped colored borders
2tf yards square
Gray with striped colored borders
254 yards square
Brown with striped colored borders
2'i yards square
VUllUU UldUKCla Red with blue stripe border
MWaaI THnniraic Not,,inS but Sd can be said of these
lT001 DlullKtolS blankets. They tre white with pretty
stripe co'ored border all wool full size double and as for prices, they
tell their own story $6.00 to $10.00 per pair
We might also mention CHILDREN'S COATS. Wo have too mnny of
them and don't want to carry them over to another season; consequently
tho prices have been greatly reduced. If Interested, ask to seo theso
COATS FOR CHILDREN. It will pay you.
That ALL-WOOL BLACK CHEVIOT, 60 Inches wide, is not all gone yet.
The prlco still remains at $1 per yard,-" which is simply ridiculous for this
class of kooUb In reality worth $2.50 per yard. Wo bought It beforo the duty
was raised. Hcnco our price of $1 pe r yard.
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PRICE . .
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R, MiintnftJt "Ur fritirnily n,o Trnnr
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t'ticil Intoiiiiitl) hml l'.ttrrtinllx
Tito SI20-, c. nliJ 5CC. bolllrt.
raid tobicco will, tempornrlly nt least,
stop the growth of the annexation sen
timent In each country mid maKo for
tin pence and prosperity of Cuba. and
for siiih trade with Culm as will mora
tl'nn componstito for nny poiBlhlo losi
to our sugar npd tobacco gronera
through loner duties. At least that Is
the lev of those who lime given the
qt'csllon the closest and most utten
Wo have now a largo stock of the
aboto on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING afrords thor
ough firo protection to tho building
and Is a nonconductor ot heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always Ucxlble,
quickly and easily applied.
Puro water flowing from the roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can ba applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and flro proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit jour enquiries and will
promptly furnish any information do-Blred.
I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
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MOST RECENT PHOTOGRAPH OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
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ROOSEVELT TO FAVOR RECIPROCITY
AND INDICATIONS PRUD1CTBD
AS FAVORING RECIPROCITY WITH CUBA
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, neap Nuunnu.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT HIREET.
1 . 0- Box 886 , avdCaln 2in
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Coven In All Colors.
HEAVY PONGEE 8UITINQS.
CHINE8E 8ILK CREPE CAPES AND SHAWLS.
FINE GRA8S LINENS. All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple 4nd Fancy EUROPEAN GOODS.
NUUANU STREET, above Hotel.
P. O. Box WJ TIL. ll.
winxrcsr wo csATxr
THE OLDEST CHi. viE FIRM IN HOLULU.
Ouluf Id Fin Sllki ul Oi tu LIm. CbIum u4 Jtpr im Ooc4i of All Kl4i.
n-tu Nuuing ttmt.
Wnshlngtun, Oct. 25. A speilal to
tho llrooUjn Standard-Union by Al
bert Halstvad sa)s: President Hooscc
elt Is expvitcd, In his first messaRo
to C'onsress, upon which ho is now at
v.ork, to tako a very strong stand In
fiuor of reciprocity. That vsoulil liu In
line, not only ultU his own lons, but
entirely In consonanui with thu last
speech madu by thu lato President.
1'reutdenl Itoosoclt will not, however,
bo npt to make any specific recommin
datlnns ns to ratcB and nrtlcles upon
which lomcsslona should bo nuule by
tho United States.
President McKinlcy s last speech, In
so fnr as It touched upon reciprocity,
and Its spirit throughout breathed
that idea, was in mo most general
terms. IK' knew full well thnt no ex
ecutive could spcclallzo upon such a
subject, aud that tho construction of
reciprocity treaties was largely a mat
tcr of trading, ono country lowering
tho duty upon somo article provided
tho other party to tno treaty maiw an
cquUnltut concession on somo other
article of merchandise. Ho kuew, also.
having had t-xpcrlcnco In Congress,
nnd having been tho futher of a great
tariff law, that tho opinions aud pieju
dices of members of tho Scnato must
bo consulted In making a reciprocity
tn-aty. The .McKinlcy speech on rec
iprocity commits Mr. McKinley's suc
cessor to tho policy of reciprocity only
In so far as It Is practicable, and Mr.
HoOHOVvIt certainly will not bo extromii
In his recommendations, for ho Is a
ery pionouneed protectionist.
In negotiating now reciprocity trea
ties President Hooscvclt Is fully nppro
rlathu of the necessity of consulting
with leading members of the Senate,
for hu knows that without their co-op-eintlon
no reciprocity treaty can bo
ratified. Hut no matter how cautious
the President may ho it will not lie, lu
tho least, easy to secure iho ratifica
tion of any reciprocity treaty. Tho va
rlcus lutcrcstB that think they will bo
unfavorably affected by tho reduction
or any tnrlff duties through reciproc
ity trentles will ba found united in op
position. Tho Manufacturers Associa
tion of tho United States, which meets
heio prior to tho assembling ot Con
gress, cannot bo expected to favor rec
iprocity, and, In fact, it Is very likely
mat tnis meeting win arrord an oppor
tunity for manufacturers to stand to
gether and block any attempt toward
securing reciprocity. Tho outlook,
Just at present, docs not seem faor
nMo to tho ratification ot any reciproc
Uut, on tho other hand, tliero Ih no
question now but that Minnesota, Ohio
and Iowa, Stales which hnvo much to
do with formulatlug public opinion
am earnest In demandliig somo modi
fications of tho existing tariff schod
u os, aud this demand is ory notlco
able among Itepubllcaiis. Tho feeling
of thu peoplo there and clsowhcro will,
certainly, exert n strong Influence.
Then thorn Is no little sentimental anx
iety throughout tho country that tho
Republican parly should inako the
McKinlcy reciprocity policy effect
ive It la Impressed on tho public
mind that Just beforo ho was cruelly
assassinated Mr, McKinlcy was advo
eating reciprocity, more liberal action
Man's Conclusions on Women.
"Woman," said an old codger lo a
writer for Puck during one of his med
itathe spells, "Is a perpetual paradox,
a chronic conundrum without nn an
nuer, an unknown quantity possessed
of peculiar potentialities, a conventicle
of characteristic contradictions and au
amaranthine aggregation of other at
tributes which ato uot allltcratln'.
'She Is mam greatest earthly bless
ing, and tho cause of most of his mis
ery. She soothes IiIh tlrctl ncrc9
with the coo of her gentle voice, but
she ulwnra has tho last word In every
controversy with him, and Incidental
ly about 97 per cent of tho preceding
conversation. She brlngfl htm Into tho
world nnd n few scars Inter talks lilm
"Most of man's trouutc Is caused by
woman, but so deftly does she pile tho
lead on him that whenever nls burden
of trouble Is lifted he vvaudcis uneasily
about hunting for more; otherwise
there would be very few- hccond wives.
"Sho scorns nil advlco iu tho selec
tion of a husband, but tnkes two other
women nlong to help her pick out a
hat. Tho less actual comfort to bo ob
tained from a thing thu more enjoy
ment n woman gets out of its posses
sion. At sixteen she Is n young wom
an; nt twcnty-llvc, If still unmarried,
she Is n girl. She will race tho grim
specter ot death without n tremor and
uwoon at tho sight, of n mouse. Hliu
U tho dearest thing m nil thu vvoild
and the most aggravating. Shq Is ns
ilio is, and that s all there Is to do
nbout it. The only mini who over fully
understands a woman Is tho man who
understands thnt lio doesn't under
stand her and has got senso enough
to let It go at that.'
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrclinnt nnd Nuunnu 8tH.
P. O. Itnx 070.
in i -iltkk . - ,
"If jou don't waut whiskey lo get the best of jou, jou niutt get,
the best of whiskey."
" 1 do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, Jf.. .
A White Australia.
In the matter of tariff duties on for
eign merchandise. Then, also, tho
till n Hint A M.i.ln, .1 n ...iFnn. .!. nwi '
lUll itiab allHVlUMl, IIIUIIIIIHI.llliVD HIV
sold abroad more cheaply than at
homo has a tendency to crcato tho Im
presHlon that thu manufacturers of tho
United States havo become so strong
that extrewno protection Is not neeot
sury. These lorces comblno to make
tho demand for reciprocity very
strung. Yet sentlmi nt does uot nl
wuys rule, and thu united determlna
tlun of tho ultra protectionists, of the
manufacturers, fruit and sugar grow
ers aud others who think they would
be hurt thereby, to deieat any reel
proeity treaties, will bo so strong, es
pecially In viow of tho fact mat a
two thirds vote In tho Senate is neces
sory for tho ratification of a treaty, as i
'to make thu outlook lor reciprocity!
Whatever may bu done at tho com
ing session of Congress In tho matter
ot ratifying reciprocity treaties, It
seems reasonably certain that a treaty
will be negotiated with Cuba and rat
men, granting the Cubans a favored
entrance for their sugar anil tobacco
Into tho American markets In return
lor llko favors to American merchan
dise and manufactures. In other
words, arrangements aro most bhoty
to be made that will lead to closer
commercial relations between Cuba
and tho United States. To bo suro
some tobacco interests and tho Louis
iana and beet sugar jicopla will bo
found antagonizing any reduction of
the duties on sugar and tobacco com
ing from Cuba. They do not under
stand that by opposing reciprocity
with Cuba they will bo making Inevi
table the continuing growth of a sen
timent, both In Cuba and thu United
States, favorable to tho annexation of
tho "Peail of tho Antilles."
Tho United States, whllo not pledg
ed to grant Cuba favors in tho matter
of sugar and tobacco, is morally
hound to do what it ran to promote
Cuba's welfare. It Is argued by every
body who Is cognizant of tho Cuban
situation that Cuban prosperity do
pends upon finding a market for hor
sugar and tobacco In tho United
States. Moat public men realize this.
Tho Democrats, most of them at least,
aro ready to go far enough to, admit
Cuban sugar and tobacco absolutely
fieo of duty. Indeod, a light will bo
made In tho Senato for this. If Un
united States does not grant unices
slons on sugar and tobacco to Cuba,
American merchants and exporters
will have Ilttlo opportunity to dovnlop
tho trado, which Is rich, In promises,
that Is open to them in Cuba.
1 Should tho Cubans bo balked In their
dcslru tor lower duties on sugar mid
tebacco thoy will seek relief through
annexation, Already thera Is no little
tuinuxatlon sentiment In Cuba, and ro
ports from tho Island Indicate that It Is
on tho Increase. Many peoplo In the
United States beilovo that t ur Oovorn
ncnt was unwise, In not anuoxlng Cu
hu, regardless ot nny sentimental niul
hysterical promises mado by Congress,
through resolution, prior to tho wni
with Spain, nnd tho natural tendency
Is for tho annexation sentiment to In
crease. Lower duties ou Cuban, Bugar
If appearances ara to bo trusted, the
fit st problem that Is likely to become
ncutu between tho Imperial autnoiiues
and federated Australia In that of "A
Whllo Australia," sa)s tho Ixindon
Chronicle. This question may bo dl
vldcd into two portions, concerned ru
spcctlvely with tho Knnakas, of
Queensland, which is purely an Inter
nal matter, nnd may therefore) lie dis
regarded, and tho employment of las
cars on mail steamers and colored Im
migration. Tho latter raises tho whole
question of tho white nnd the black
races In our empire, and puts tho in
terests of Australia In direct conflict
wK.i thoso of tho rest ot tho cninlru.
Ah Mr. Uartou pointed out in his
speech last Thursday, tho white races
only supply ono-clghth of tho popula
tion of our empire, and our blat k fel
low-subjects cannot be entirely disre
garded. This Is ono ot those compli
cated questions where each side has a
strong case, It Ih not surprising, there
fore, -tlml the Australian:) bitterly re
sent tho bludgeoning methods of Mr.
Chamberlain, who hnB simply Issued
his ukase that Ilritlsh subjects must
not bu discriminated against on thu
point of color. Mr. llartin's govern
ment survived n trial .of strength ou
tho point by tho narraw mV'gln of live
votes, but this Is by no means tho last
that wo shall hear of the subject.
King Edwaid May Travel.
Wo havo received Information from
a scml olllclal source, says tho Lomlon
Express, to the effect that when tin
war In South Aliica Is over, King IM
ward and Queen Alexandra will visit
somo of the grent possessions which
constitute thu Ilritlsh empire. It Is
staled that a visit to India Is project
ed, to Include a coronation as Kmpcror
ot India In Calcutta or another city,
and a tour of tho chief places and cen
ters. Such a plan may Includo n ilur
lur at Delhi to recelvo tho natlvo rul
ers. Thu King, It Is said, is anxious
lo 10 visit India, and his advent would
be hailed by Anglo-Indians and natives
allko with Intense enthusiasm. As
Prince of Wales tho King visited India
curing 1875 nnd 187C nnd held a grand
reception of Indian potentates. Queen
Victoria was vlcercgally proclaimed
Umprcss of India at Delhi In 1S7?. The.
King Is especially popular among tho
natlvo clnsses ot tho empire in tho
east, and tho nntlvo prlnreu aro credit
ed with having approached the viceroy
to securo the presence of tholr Kmpcr
or among them tor' another brlof pe
riod. Tho King had, however, nlwnvs
Intended to revisit India, nnd bis ac
cession provides an opportunity of Im
mense hldtoilc value.
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