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THUIISDAY NOVE.MUi:it 21, 1901.
NEW YORK Fir
Mr. llrodrlck says Orcat Hrltaln has
set bis teeth on wearing out tho Iloers.
Present Indications are that the teeth
will wear out first.
Anyone who can follow the Attorney
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iituniii B Uiiuiijub uii irciflinM.i; ,i,w- i
prlatlous for hospitals deserves ai
lontlier mnlul. If the Attornrv Oenornl
has not overruled himself repeatedly,!
1.. ....V.II. .If. I I. lHlfiml.ltni. I
KHV flllUllU iUlin IU l,S IlllUtlCUIIIUU
of his documentary opinions.
Senator Lodge has come out flat
footed In favor of reciprocity with Cu
ba. As Lodge Is recognized as the
Senatorial leader of President Iloosc
velt'a administration, Hawaii's strug
gle for continued protection of its su
gars will be one of no small proportions.
Japan has ugnln blockaded an ag
gressive move, of Russia to strengthen
Its grip on Manchuria. Japan's diplo
macy seems to keep pace with her na
tional development In all other lines
and has certainly proved an opponent
worthy of the best ability Russian cau
Haltlmore, Md Nov. 8. Peter Maher
put a sudden stop to the championship
aspirations of Jim Jeffords of Califor
nia tonight In tho second round of
what was to have been a ten-round
contest before tho Eureka Athletic
Club at Qermanla Macnnerchor Hall.
Doth men stripped as fit as a fiddle,
with Jeffords having all the best of it
In height and reach. Tho first round
began with n light punch and a clinch,
after which both landed lightly and
clinched again. Then Jeffords touched
Peter with n right on the ribs and they
camo to a clinch.
As they broke away Jeffords touched
Peter on the chin and thn latter growl
ed about a foul, which tho referee de
clined to allow. Jeffords landed light
ly again nnd after another clinch
touched Peter on the ribs nnd theyi
locked arms once more. When they,
broko away they sparred cautiously i
and Peter sent bis right to tho head!
without effect. The boll rang, with!
In the Recond round Maher swung
his right to the body. They mixed It
nnd exchanged a series of right and
left swings. In which Jeffords got a
hard right punch on the Jaw and went
lo the floor. Ho lay there until tho
referee counted Ave. When ho got up
they mixed It again, both sondlng In
hard rights and lefts to the ribs and
face. Peter got It this time with a stiff
right Jab In tho neck, going to the
floor, nnd. on the advlco of his seconds,
Btayeil down until six was counted.
When he got up they mixed It again
and after a mutual exchange of half a
dozen terrific rights nnd lefts Maher
sent bis right to the stomach and Im
mediately landed on tho rhlu with the
pame hand nnd Jeffords wns down nnd
out. Time, one minutes and four seconds.
Hawaii certainly enn have no ill will
for the Salt Trust. Tho high prices
maintained by the octopus enable local
business men to make nn additional
dollar nt a time when It Is most needed
and tho local output ghes no promise
of being large enough lo warrant the
Trust trying to crush or absorb the lo
"You Into no Idea of the con
dition of tho money market. A
man worth fully $100,000 came
Into our olflee the otner day nnd
told of tho difficulty ho had experi
enced In borrowing $300." This ro
mark mado to a llulletln representn
the by a member of one of the leading
llpt.Dcl.il firms In Honolulu tells Its
own story of the Kind of prosperity
business men nro enjoying on account
of the Governor's refusal to call a spe
cial session of the Legislature that the
flnanres of the Tenltory may be pul
o na llrm footing.
Advance reports, of President Roosts-
ell's message, ore sufficiently conflict
ing to satisfy all shades of political
opinion. No sooner does one "authori
tative bouroe" state that the message
will deal with trusts nnd ndvocato
reciprocity, than another authoritative
source asserts with numl confidence
that the President will let well enough
alone and desist from radical comment
or suggestion. The only thing tho
public Is certain of Is that President
RooKcelt will have something to sny
and It will be couched In terms easily
understood by every Noter of the country.
Tho late Roliln M. Daggett, nnws
of whoso death camo yesterday. In
pleasantly remembered by mauy olu
lesiUcuis as United States Minister
iu the Kingdom of Hawaii In tho Uar-field-Arthur
term. A Ilternry man of
distinction In Cnlllornia, Mr. Uaggeit
lollowcd tho same ueut while on this
diplomatic mission. Ho collaborated
with King Knhltaua In writing uio
lattcr's romarknblo geological work.
Mr. Daggett s tamiliar and beautiful
lines on "WnllilKl" arc ostabllslied In
Hawaiian classics, ho wns a mnn ni
somewhat stilklng presence, having n
poitly llguio unit a dignified air In
keeping with his position. Newt, m
.Mr. Daggett's ami Cotonnl llalrd s
death coming simultaneously, amounts
to a double bereavement of fi lends to
Hawaii. Iloth of them. In their re
spective comparatively long and
short stays here, created durable
links of attachment and sympathy be
tween the Mainland and these Islands.
Each in bis own way. mid In harmony
with bU own particular time, did Ha
waii good service by fnlthlul nnd till
dent service rendered to tho United
New York. Nov. 11. New York
Republicans are in dnnger of a fac
tional fight rivaling In bitterness
that which caused tho resignation of
Conkllng and Piatt irom tho Senate
twenty years ngo, when President Oar
Held Ignored tho Htnte Republican
machine and appointed Robinson Col
lector of tho Port. Now It Is Collector
Uldwell who Ib the bono of conten
tion. Governor Odell, who has thn up
state Republicans nt his back, has
taken offense at the dismissal by Col
lector Uldwell of nn . Inspector from
Ncwburg, who Is a personal friend of
Udell. Collector Uldwell declares ho
has documentary evidence warranting
tho discharge If the.ltispcctnr In ques
tion, but Odcll asserts Hint his dis
rhargo was meant as n personal af
front to himself. According to reports
rrom Washington today. Governor
Odcll has given President Roosevelt
to understand that his ((Moll's) sup
port of Roosevelt for tho Republican
nomination In 1901 depends upon tho
dismissal of Uldwell. If Uldwell Is re
tained, Odcll will himself be, a candi
date, nnd thus endanger tho nomina
tion of either Roosovclt or Odcll. Hut
In case Uldwell is dismissed, Odcll
will lend every nsststanco to glvn
Roosevelt the solid Now York delega
tion in tho national convention.
On the other hnnd. Senator Piatt Is
useil up for Uldwell and Is giving, him
all the backing of tho powerful Piatt
machine. It Is Bald that Roosovclt Is
not In tho least worried by tho out
look. He Is deluged with petitions for
and against Uldwell. If ho concludes
that tho facts Justify tho removal of
Uldwell he will glvo Senator Piatt the
privilege of naming lUdwcll's succes
sor. This ho will do to preserve har
mony among the New York Republicans.
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New York has shown a capacity for
producing more nasty political fights
for Presidents than any State or Ter
ritory In tho Union not excepting Ha
waii. Roosevelt has hurdly become set
tled in his olflclal chnlr before Senator
Piatt and Governor Odell pass to hltu a
bitter political war certain to have
Us influence In national party opera
tions und his prospects for the Pres,
dentlal nomination In 1904. The Pros
Ident Is certain to make an enemy of
either Piatt or Odell, but according to
all reports the only consideration In
his mind Is the determination ot
whether Collector Uldwell of New York
merits removal as demanded by Odell
or retention in office as demanded by
Piatt. The future can take care of It
self. Hoo&evclt seeks only to do what
is for the best Inteiests of the public
HITZ 18 AN AMERICAN.
New York, Nov. S. Robert HlUsslm
nions, prize lighter, Is now- u citizen
of the United States. Hn appeared In
tho County Court this morning and
was rapidly put through tho usual
formula. Only a few formal questions
vvero asked him. A good many per
sons In the courtroom stared when the
"Ex-Champion of tho World" stepped
up to the bar. He woro a long gray
uverroat and carried a silk hut In his
"There Is hurdly any need for me to
ask our name," said Judgo Asplnwall,
and Kltzslmmoiis smiled broadly.
"How long have you been In this
country?" ho was asked.
"Wo been In America about twelve
years," answered Kltzslnimons.
He then stilted that he was married
and lived with his family at Uay street
and Uath avenue, and that his business
"I'll make you a citizen," said his
honor, nnd Pltzslmmons grinned a
broad grin. Then he hurried away to
another room to receive bis naturaliza
Now York, Nov. 11. A dispatch to
the Sun from Washington says: The
new i-oachman nnd footman ol tho
Whito Ilouso appealed today for tho
first tlmo In their new livery with tnll
hats, und cockades. About 4 o'clock
ono of tho finest of new carriages
drew up In front of the White House
to takn Kinio members of tho house
hold for their drlvo.
The vehicle Is one of the most elab
nrute that has been seen on the btreets
of Washington for mauy years. It fs
a two-soared, open, light driving wag
on, painted dark bluo and upholstered.
In light yellow basket work, with a
faint stripe of led. .lie monogram,
"T. H.." was on tho panel of each
sldo. and two heavy Mroun horses,
with sllver-tilmmed harness, wcrn
hitched to tho vehicle.
.Two )oung colored men, who looked
enough alike to bo twins, were on tho
fiout seat, In tho hniiilKniet livery
displayed by any President dnco Ar
thur, They wore long dnik bin
coats, with double rows of biass but'
tons nnd on their tall hats wern cock
ndes of black with rosettes of red,
white and bluo silk.
President Roosevelt Is the Hist Pies
Ident within the recollection of White
Ilouso attaches who has had tils coach
man nud footman equipped with
cockttdcH on their bnts. Heretoforo
tho dlplay of cockades has been lim
ited as a rule to Army oiiicers of high
rank. Including (Jcncial Miles. No
President bus used the national colors
ns a part of the eockade beforo Roose
velt, who Is bcliovcd to bo tho first
to udopt them In Washington.
Wm. a Irwin
Claus Spreekels & Co.
HONOLULU, ! ! T. H.
San Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Pari Credit Lyonnats.
Berlin Drosdnor Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Shnnghal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Doposlts received. Loan made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits IsBiied. Bills ot Ex
chango bought nnd sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Architects, Contractors and ulldsrsv
Edward R. Swain,
TAK01NWAI D SID.,
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi its
Goo. W. Page.
F. W. Ueardiilee.
O. Box 771
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
duplicate ot Prizewinner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CDAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
I3S Mcr-clmnt 8t., next to Stnngcnwald Building.
HON. JOHN C. BAIRD.
Tho death of John C. llalrd, United
States District Attorney, removes from
tho olilciai life of this Territory a man
of the highest Integrity and an official
01 proved ability and! strength of ctmr
a'tu. Mr, ilalrl stool among the'
karierc In his profession and by hi
unfailing loyulty to true Anierlcun
principle, careful attention to duty
coupled with a pleasant manner In
dealing with ull men won tho respect
and ndmliatlon of those with whom he
cume in contact.
Coming to lUwall nt a time when a
certain section ot tho community Is
disposed to criticise any Interference
with an old order ot affairs, though en
notation of necessity forced changes,
Mr. llalrd bad mauy difficulties fo deal
with. In all Instniues ho neld to the
true American course wi..iout four or
favor. His motives were questioned
and often misrepresented but on no oc
casion were his conclusions or policies
Huccebsfully attacked. As the prose
cuting officer of the Hulled Slates
Court he was eor alert to his duty
nnd strict In holding his fellow citizens
to their duty under Amerlian law. He
was a man of broad nnd liberal views
a true friend and a w-oithy opponent.
Ho made bis Influence felt not bv pyro
technic play or posing, but by Uio ex
hibition of sterling finalities that at
tracted all honest man to htm.
Mr. Ilalrd's death la a distinct loss
to Hnwall particularly at this peilod
when the Territory Is learning Its first
lessons In American methods. Ha
knew the situation In all Its details and
was In a position to assume a leader
ship In man manors of public policy
He had the confidence of the people,
was a wise counsellor and safo direc
NEW LIGHTSHIP PLAN.
Now York. Nov. 9. A special to the
Sun from Washington says: An ex
periment of great Interest to the light
house Hjstem of tho world Is to ho
mado on the Diamond Shoal lightship
when she is placed on her stntlon next
December through which the ofllccrs
of the Lighthouse Board expect to pro
tect a great thlrtcen-lnch beam of light
from sea to sky, which will bo visible
to mariners from thirty to forty miles.
The cluster of white clertrlc lights
now shown from the masts of the llght
ihlp luivo a visibility of only thirteen
miles, nnd It Is believed that shipping
passing HattcinH may be ablo to pick
up the llghtuhlp at tlueo times that
distance by powerful beams of light
playing 011 the heavens. Tho secre
tary of tho Lighthouse Hoard believes.
If tho tests aro successful," It will play
a most Important part In the light
house system and will he applied to all
lightships In tho future.
MUSTN'T JILT GIRLS
Now York, Nov. B. A special to
the Sun fiom Washington says: Pres
ident Koosuvclt has decided that u
man who Jilts a girl Is not (.Milled
in an appointment In tho Aruiv. ttt
Br.cl: conduct may ho propel ly ti-rmoi
tu'gentlcmnnly nnd contrary to tho
lest Interests ot thu service. 113 lms
tliervloro refused to appoint fotnier
Lieutenant William r. (Jrnwrord ot
Camden, d. C, Second Lieutenant In
tho llegiilnr Army, and t n ore by satis
fied thu girl's Irlcnds, who luno made
a determined fight against the young
Theio Is nothing against young
Crawford on thujtllo savo tho fact
that he icfused to marry tbo young
woman to whom he was engaged, and
there would have been no obstacle In
tbo way of bis appointment had shu
not permitted her relatives and
friends to protest against his selection.
Crawford servod during tho war
with Spain as captain of volunteers.
He has a most i-ruuitaiilo record nnd
was slated for appointment lnbt sum
mer as Second Lieutenant of Infantry.
Ho becamo engaged to Miss Ilehccca
Douglass of Camden. b. C. The 'wed
ding -day was nameu, cnids wero Is
sued and presents begaln to be re
ceived. Suddenly Crawford changed
his mind und told tho mother of tho
young woman that ho could not marry
her daughter, but assigned no good
rmsou for his change, 01 purpose.
Great Book Sale
MARY TALKED TO MUCH.
Washington, Nov. 8. Tim Tension
Bureau lh Investigating iilteinuces,iit
trlbuted to Dr. Alary Walker, tho ex
Army nurse, who has worn trousers
In recent years, and Is nllegnd to have
called thu execution nl Colgosz a
murder nud the late President him
self a murderer on account o, his pot
Key In tho Philippines. A special ex
aminer nt tho Peiiblon Oflii-ti is nt Os
wego, N. Y Investigating tho matter,
and his report will ho kept on II lo at
too bureau hern III iradlnoss for Mib
mission to Congress In case that body
should call for It. Commihsloiier V.
aiiH explained today that ho had no
authority to revoke tho woman's pen
sion, hut that Congress could do so ll
FIRST McKINLBY HHAFT.
Tower, Minn., Nov. 10. Klvo tbou
sand people absombled from mining
towns ot Northern M.miosota to wit
ness und take part In the uiivoillng
and dedication hero today of tho llrst
McKlnlcy monument In tho United
States. Governor Van Snnt, members
of his staff, a number of State officials
and other citizens liom various paitir
of tho Stato took part. Governor Van
Sant paid a high compliment to the
patriotism, reverence and sympathy
of tho sturdy mining people who sub
scribed tho money nnd performed the
labor of lovo with such celerity and
zeal. Men of all parties nud creeds
Joined in tho exerclsos. Tho singing
of "Nenrer, My Ood, to Thco" by the
assembled multitude was 0110 ot the
most Impresslvo features of tho day
Deforo tbo oxereluea began, at 2 p. in.
theru wns a parado in which flvo bands
and tho Austrian and r'lmiisli societies
or tho rnugo towns tooic part, i no pa'
rado was reviewed by Governor Van
Sunt from tho bulcoily or tho Vermil
Tho monument U a simple shaft
eighteen teet high, standing on a ped
estal of concietu and Iron ore, and
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, weMiave made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent. .
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get ir.t choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are al be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for $1.25, now go for Si. 00; Si. 50
books go for $ 1 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for 2 : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
111 all tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July ' 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notieo 2 per cent, (tiifo'forra will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months 3 1-2
per cunt, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE io, 1901, $00,043.37,
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly doposlts.
Houses huilt on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock la now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Prejl
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
C. H. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
UIHKCTOnS J. I.. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. 11. Gray,
.1. D. Holt. A. W. Kecch. J. A. Lylo,
Jr., J. M. Little. U. 8. Iloyd.
A. V. GEAIt.
Oraco Hours: 12:301:30 p. ni.
BISHOP Sr CO.
Savings Depoilta will be
received ami interest allowed by the
Balk at (our and one-halt per cent
Printed copies nt the Rules 'und Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
ORlco at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
BEARD8LEE & PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OV ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden building, also
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
near Government building.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street Ordora left nt either shop
or office at John Noll's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital. ... Yen 21,000,000
I'nhl Up Capltul Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
Tho Rank buys and receives for col
lection Ullls of Exchange. Issues Drafts
nnd Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixod Por cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For. ti months 3
for J montns . . ,.( 3
Dranch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., HI King Street
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
WMCunnlngham. Jno. 8chaefer.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.'
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
Wrlto It on your heart that every
day Is the IicbI day In tho year. No
man has learned anything rightly nn
til ho Knows that every day is dooms
"Well, bow did you and your fan)
lly spend the summer!" asked Mrs.
.Mllloi'. "llavo a pleasant tlmo?"
"Oh! yes." replied Mrs. Moth; "wo
31 uit the summer togothor in an old
wool overcoat, and you Just ought tc
havo Been us eat!" 1'blladolpbla
NOTICE OF SALE !
Tho undersigned assignee of Don. Guerrero offers ror sale tho follow
ing, Including tho good-will of tho grocery storo heretoforo doing business
under name as above on Mlllor street, near Deretanla:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, 8HELVE8, ETC.
ICE BOX. , CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
Tho abovo will be sold at less than cost and a full description can be
had of same by calling on
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS SEASON
Wherowr novelties, ram luxuries
for your table, weio to he 0,11ml. tho
delicacies of all climates, they have
been puiehaseil nnd l'orwardi-d to Ho
Whatever wns now for your table,
our coiiKliuc, thu little conveniences
foi your kitchen, your bath-room, your
Here you'll llnd the rarest soaps,
brusheH and bath accessories; nil that
Ih late and new 111 tho world of fashion.
At tills season wo uro receiving now
Preserves, Bon Boos
Honey Cake, Figs
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240.
1060 Fort Street.
The pure Juice of tbo graocfrult. The
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Olllr.i and Works, 601 Fort St.,
Honolulu, T. of H.
I. O. box 4G2. Island orders solicited.
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
over, uiEim oooii vviia .nrri up
ange,' Raspberry, Strawberry, 8arapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Koh
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and 8oda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters rVirtshsH rnn.
gress, L'ithla, German Mineral Water,
seiner, vicny ana rure uisilliea wa-tfll-
from the BarnetraH Rill Ana....
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
dor. Distilled Water in 3-ctallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
H. F. LEWIS,
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lewis A Co., 1060 Fort Street.
Honolulu, October 19, 1901.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
hniudlf tmni. In k. Iwrttti t 1
. ..r..lr. If ,. It,. LI,B M.,..ry. HU !..
4 Mill k.i. .,.,( U ,.!.., a., I,V a.ylt,
r. T.r.al, N'rlM, r..r 6,l.,.4 rs llmi
j M r IV. 4f, lUIr r Sf.br fkllUg !, wrU
COOK REMEDY CO.
101 S....I. T..,t., .,., 111. ft, ..Mbit ,. ,,'
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r4 lit wtrsl ta 11 u 4ja !HHf f rt.
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