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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4. 1901.
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Members Stock and Bond
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AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to par
chase and tale of Hawaiian Sugar
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PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City.
FRESH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
cause and neur
algia are cured In
20 minutes with
ers. It makes no difference
what the cause, headache (rom
loss of sleep, overwork, kidney
troubles, nervousness, strained eyes,
over eating, drinking or smoking.
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and In 20 minutes after a wa'er Is
taken, disappear entirely, leaving
the brain clear and active.
MAX OE.VLCH, Ph. C,
Berlin, Nov. 10. All signs Indicate
that there will bo much suffering
among the working classes In Ocr
mnny this winter. Tho nuthorltlos of
this city cstlmato that thcro are 35,000
unemployed persons In Derlin, and
from all sections ot the country come
reports of people seeking work. Sta
tastics show that an avcrago of two
persons Inquired for every Vacant Job
Id October, and tho number of unem
ployed has Increased slnco then, Sev
ern. Iron furnaces and other estao
lismcnts having recently discharged
men. Tho various German States
have begun investigating the number
of unemployed, preparatory to eetab
Hsnlng relief works.
Tho latest experiments with electric
locomotives between Flerlln and Zos
sen show tho engines havo reached a
speed or 100 miles an hour. Tho ex
periments havo been suspended until
n hnvlcr track Is built.
Tho transaction resulting In thii
f 01 mat Ion of tho Northern Securities
Company Is receiving mucn attention
in tnc uerman nnanciai press, nn
Frankfurter Zeltung publishes, a warn
ing against the oxebnngo of American
railroad shares for bonds on tho basis
of the present high quotations of tho
Tormer. The Berliner 'ingoblatt com
plains that tho group of financiers con
trolling the common stock of tho rail
roads comprised In the amalgamation
will withdraw their holdings, and that
tho holders of tho majority of tho
shares Jachcd tnclr decision without
consulting with tho minority, and says
such action contradicts German Ideas
of Justice. Tho lageblatt concludes
Its comment as follows:
"At any rate, tho suddenness witn
wlilrH Americans concludo those finan
cial operations show what wo would
havo to expect It tno unuea siaicB ac
quired a still greater Influence over
German business life than they have
done up to tho present time." '
Tho Boorscn Zeltung says tho mat
ter does not Interest tho German mar
ket as much as speculators protend.
VIowb differ regarding tho effect of
tho Bundesrath's action on the tariff
bill. Friends of the measure assert
that tho prospects of its adoption, sub
stantially In its present form, by tho
Reichstag have greatly Improved, and
oven its opponents do not disguise
their disappointment over tho uunaes
rath's acquiescence. Tho Centrist
press demands Its speedy passage.
Nevertheless, a long and heated dis
cussion Is certain, .he Agrarian
League pronounces t.10 bill to bo ab
srlutely unacceptable and urges per
sistent opposition to the measure In
Numerous antl-Chamberlaln meet
ings were held throughout Ocrmany
thU week and there are no signs ot
an abatement of the movement. A
number of tbe meetings adopted reso
lutions which wero forwarded to tbe
Imperial Chancellor, Count von Duo-,
low. A semlomc.nl uttoranco on the
subject la Btlll lacking, but a number
of tho country weeklies, which gen
erally reflect tho views of the local
officials, print simultaneously an ar-
ticio supposed to navo been inspired
fiom Berlin, In whlcu tho people, are
warned agalnBt carrying too far tho
feeling of indignation against Mr.
Chamberlain, and nllowlng It to as
sume tho form of general political hos
tility to Orcat Brltuln. Tho article
concludes by saying that public feel
ing In France passed over tho matter
with light ridlculo and asserts that tna
French would rojolco II all Germans,
with the Chancellor at the head, "ran
foul of the English bully s weapon."
In regard to tho approaching action
for divorce bctwoen the a rand Duch
ess of Hesso and tne Grand Duke.
grandchildren of Quoen Victoria, tho
cologne Gazette says It learns author
Itatively that no third party Is Involv.
cd, explains that the disagreement Is
owing to tho Incompatibility of their
temperaments and tastes, and inti
mates that tho lack of a njale heir also
has a bearing on tho case. Tho paper
further says that tho Car's recently
projected visit to Darmstadt was omit
ted because) of tho troubles ot uo
Grand Duko and Orann Duchess.
Emperor William has been hunting
yesterday and today in vtrllnden for
upt, near Stcndal, Prussian Saxony,
Tho Emperor's special guest on this
occasion is the Grand Duko Vladlmnr
ot Russia, uncle of tho Czar,
torn JEM DQlUkH.
TiioubjuhIi have bfn i urttl
at t lieu owniwinrt lor ihii
vvnllonof 111. Aw.
mu pri'f. lirrituti in
Ujr nd romfort to lb. ruw
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HOLDS SHORT MEETING
Dole Resolution is Made General in
Its Scope -Stewart Wants Fair
Dealing in Distribution
I,ast night's meeting of the Terri
torial committee of the Republican
party nt headquarters went off very
calmly and peacefully. The Fifth Dis
trict was sat on, the hot Stewart reso
lution of the evening previous, relating
to tho office of Governor, was toned
down and tho stingers pulled out nnd
then tho committee adjourned to meet
again on the evening of the first Mon-
day In the month of January. Thcra
were present at the meeting the rol
lowing members of tho committee
Chairman Kennedy, Vice Chairman
Lane. B. H. Wright, Col. Fisher, Judge
Kcpolkal, Dr. Huddy, Col. J. Walter
Jones, T. McCants Stewart, J. P. Cooke
and W. J. Coclho. Proxies swelled ths
voting power to 26. Others present
were: Representative W. H. Hoogs,
J. A. Oilman and Emll Ncy.
The first business of the evening was
tho resolution relating to Governor
Dole, which was left over from tnc
meeting of the evening before. Col.
Fisher arose nnd offered tho following
amendment which, though very much
modified In tone and very harmless In
Its general aspect, has for tho burden
of Its song, the sarno Intention as the
Whereas, tho Territory of Hawaii Is
a long distance off from tho Mainland,
and without dally and rapid mntl or
telegraphic communication with the
Whereas, the Republican party Is
regularly organized within the said Tcr
rltory and the management of the said
party duly placed In cbargo ot a Ter
ritorial Central Committee, represen
tative of all the districts ot the several
Islands of the group; the said Terri
torial Central Comml tee having been
appointed by a convention the mem'
bers of which were properly elected by
the voters of the Republican party, at
primaries duly held for that purpose,
Resolved, That this Territorial Com
mittee, through our member of the Na
tional Republican Committee, respect
fully requests of the President that In
filling any vacancies arising In the Tcr
rltorlal affairs of this Territory, that
tho appointments -J fill such vacancies
be tlclnC(l long enough that this com
mlttco may be heard from In 'ha
Before the final dlspo:ttlon of this
amendment, which seemed to meet
with general approval, J. P. Cooko
announced that ue, In company with
John C. Lane and B. II. Wright, had
celled on tho Governor and had re
ceived definite announcement that Mr.
Dolo had no Intention of resigning. In
answer to a question put by Mr.
Wright, the Governor had said that
he could see no reason why tbe com
ml tteo should not be apprised as early
as anyone else of any such Intention on
After this statement, the amendment
was adopted nnd, on motion of Col,
Fisher, tho secretary was directed to
send certified copies of tho resolution
to tho national committeeman
Mr, Stewart Introduced the following
Resolved, That the use of special
pi axles shall not be limited, but that
no general proxhs shau be used by
members of tho Four.- or Fifth dis
tricts In tho cxccutlvo committee un
less the same be equauy divided be
tween snld districts; that a general
proxy Is ono allowing tho holder to
vote at will, and special proxy Is ono
directing the holder how to vote on a
The Introducer fought for tho main
tenance of equality between tho two
districts, stating that there might be
danger pf some of the rights of tho
Fifth District being brought Into
Jeopardy, Tho speaker said there was
a feeling In the r if th that there was a
disposition to debar those people from
party management; further, that the
proxy matter had caused trouble In
the past and would undoubtedly ma.io
more in the future. The Idea was that
a special proxy instructing a person to ", '" '"""'" rBB "0 w" "
vote ayo or nay on any specific propo- ?'"" V'C Pct.uro,ninke " ra" urB
sltlon could bo -eld by anyone for tho1' al ca,ler '?, rcs"Iale ' height,
reason that It was simply a machine T'l",? 7" .'? hoo?;V, 0r
process whereby a district unable to aenh ?'CB " h?uW,Je UBef'clr, s'ze
be represented wns able to register Its'" "? nga by tbe wcsht.of tn0
vote as It liked, but that a general l1"- Calns ar6 " UBCa- ,
proxy allowing a man to vote for the L" " numbr ' " P'e
member Issuing the proxy at any and"?8 thcy Bh,ould ,"'' '"", tha
an limes was another proposition, and
it wns nero that ono district might get
the better of the other,
The question of tho membership of
Messrs. Palmer and Brandt of Kauai
was brought up. Secretary Hendry
said that these men and W. G, Smith,
also of Kauai, were not members of ths
committee. Mr. Stewartr here remark
ed that he had then been correct In
what he had said the evening beforo
about the Impropriety of Mr. Cooko
voting the proxies referred to. How
ever, It was his opinion that the men
should be made members. They had
been Identified with the committee
and by all means, Kauai should not be
deprived of representation. Mr. Cooks
was also In favor of allowing the men
to tuke their places on the commutes
nnd, between himself nnd Mr. Stewart,
the following resolution was prepared,
WhercuB, there Is some doubt as to
whether or not Messrs. T. II. Brandt,
John A. Palmer and W. G, Smith of
Kuual are member of this committee,
Bo It resolved, That the aforesaid
gentlemen be and are hereby appointed
and declared members of this commit
Tho next matter brought up was tho
resignation ot Mr. Olbb of Hawall'as a
member of tho committee. Secretary
Hendry asked the Indulgence of the
committee. He said that Mr. Olbb had
sent In his unqualified resignation
some months ago but that ho was un
ablo to find the letter.
Mr. Cooke did not think It was neces
sary for Mr. Olbb to resign. Ho was
too good a roan. If his action had
been taken on account of lll-hcnlth, hn
ulinnlil Im n.kfifl In rr-r-nnnlilpr hi resilf-
nation. Secretary Hendry answered
that the resignation of Mr. uidd nau
not been brought about by Ill-health
but on account of his having moved
from llllo out Into the country.
On this showing, Mr. Stewart, sec
onded by Dr. Huddy, moved the rcslg
notion of Mr. Olbb be accepted. Car
rled. On further motion of Mr. Stew
art, the secretary was Instructed to
write to Mr. McStockcr to" confer with
the other members of his delegation
and make a recommendation as to a
man to All the place of Mr. Olbb.
Mr. Stewart spoke of the llllo elec
tion and suggested that tho committee
should take some action. Col. Jones
seconded this suggestion, Saying that
the committee should show Its Inter
est In tho matter. If should not re
main In n Btato of Innocuous desuetude.
Some expression should bo made to
" "ipuuncuns ui mm.
" """ "' " " uVVi
to the committee to do something as
the controlling body ot tho party, Mr,
Wright suggested that the secretary
be Instructed to send the regards and
congratulations ot the committee to
B. H. Lewis, the nominee of the Repub
lican, Homo Rule, Democratic and all
other parties, for he seemed to have t
cinch on tho election.
Mr. Stewart nt once nrojo nnd at
tacked this 1eIty and spirit of merri
ment on tho part of a member ot tho
committee. It was on a par with the
spirit of neglect which caused tho Re
publlcnn party to lose the tost election
nnd tho delegate to Washington. It
was then proposed that the committors
send Borne expression to tho llllo Re
publicans by wireless telegraph but the
meeting adjourned beforo any action
could be tnken.
POLITICAL TR GK PUTS
Ottawa, OnL, Nor. 16. In nn effort
to carry out the promises of civic re
forms upon a platform Indorsed by the
largest majority ever given a mayor
alty candidate In Ottawa, Mayor Mor
ris has fallen a victim to tho cunnlnsg
of his enemies.
Despairing of accomplishing his de
feat at the approaching civic elections,
n plan wns devised by tho I'oltco De
partment to accomplish the Mayor's
downfall by obtaining a conviction
hgnlnst him under a clause. In tho On
tario liquor license act, which pro
vides that If any member of any muni
rtpal council Is convicted ot having
knowfhgly committed nn offense undor
tho act he shall thereby forfeit and
vacate his Beat and shall bo disquali
fied for two years thereafter.
In the Police Court today Mayor
Morris pleaded guilty to a cGarge of
purchasing liquor at the Russell Ilousa
during hours when tho license act pro
hibits the selling of liquor. List Mon
day evening Mayor Morris entertained
some men of high standing nt tho
Russell House. Liquors formed part
ot the refreshments ordered, and this
constituted the offense for which ho
Is now convicted.
The Mayor has been working to
reform the police department, in which
ho claimed Tammany methods wero
followed. Ho came Into collision with
the chief of police a few days ago, and
the latter declared he would do all In
his power to secure his downfall. Tho
court today Imposed a fine of $5 and
costs upon Morris, and the Mayor's
chair of Ottawa Is now vacant. Morris,
who is a very wealthy man and of
great determination, will work to ac
complish his rehabilitation.
HANGING YOUR PICTURES.
The following excellent advice on
picture hanging Is taken from tho
"House Beautiful." "Pictures should
always be hung on the level of the
eye and not strung up so high that one
must crane the neck to see them, or so
low that the furniture ot the room is
continually knocking against them.
Gold twisted wire Is used entirely, and
the slzo Is governed by the weight of
tho picture. Any good sized picture
Is hung with double wlro which Is sus
pended from the picture molding and
passed through the screw eyes at the
back of the frame and up again to the
picture molding. It Is better to draw
the wire tight across the back of tho
picture from screw eyo to screw eye
nnd then hang them on small brass
wall hooks or wire nails. Either ot
theso 'mar tho wall very little and
small pictures count for more in this
8Hh LIKEM R(j. I IMH.
Now York. Nov. 16. "They should
nover suppress ragtime music." said
Mme. Emma Nevada, tho singer,
when sho returned from Europe today
on tho St. Paul. "Ragtime music l
all right. Somo of tho Bonus nro 11r.1t
ty and deserve to bo let live. Besides,
rngume is popular and tue people
Mmo. Novada has been away twq
years and has sung In nearly ovory
largo city In EnRland and on tho Con
tinent slnco last sho appeared before
an American audlonce. Sho will make
a thirty weeks' tour of tbe United
States, Canada and Mexico, opening
In Boston on November 2Cth.
"During my tour of tbe country,"
continued Mmo. Nevada, "I shall ro
vivo old-tlmo songs those old sweet
songs ot the past which wero so beau
tiful and whoso memory still lives.
Especially will I sins old Italian soncs.
I havo received many letters asking
mo to sing old Bonus. I remember
when I was In the South last I was
asked to sing 'Sallle In Our Alley.' but
I did not know ths song. I am going
to sing 'that song now. My secretary
nas oraers 10 get 11 lor mo at once
The Synod Hakes Progress in Con
sidering the Amended Charter
At tbo session of the Anglican Synod
yesterday evening, the Rev. Canon Kit
cat proposed nn amendment to the
Fundamental Provisions, with tho ef
fect of having the doctrines and prac
tices of this branch ot the Anglican
Church amenable to changes only such
as may bo adopted by the Protestant
Eplicopal Church In the United Btates,
Mr. Kltcat said It was not intended
to alter the motion ot flic night be
fore, but mcroly to give It effect
Iter. Canon Ault thought the amend
nient was arriving at tho same end a
the original form ot tho resolution
George Davlcs did not think there
was need for any chango as proposed.
The debate on the matter was merely
one of advisability for tho substitut
ing of a certain form ot language to
show that no alteration was Intended,
or any violation of tho Fundamental
The amendment was finally accepted
by Mr. Ault and passed.
Another resolution uf the first sit
ting was nmended to rend as follows:
Resolved, That the synod Instruct
tho trustees ot tho Anglican Church In
Hawaii to apply for the approval by
thn chll authority 'of the Territory of
Hawaii of such amendments In the
charter ot the Incorporation, under
which the property of the Anglican
Church In Hawaii Is held, as shall en
able tho corporation to hold'all this
property for the purpose and uso of
tho Protestant Episcopal Church In
the United States as a missionary dis
trict, or self-supporting diocese ot said
On motion ot Mr. Ault tho Synod
went Into committee of tho whole.
Captain Pond, U. S. N., In the chair, to
consider an amended chnrter of the
Tho preamble tells of the charter of
incorporation granted on November C,
1862. to the Right Reverend Thomns
Nettle3hlp Staler, D. D-, Bishop of Ho
nolulu, nnd his associates, under the
name nf tbe "Synod ot the Hawaiian
Reformed Church," which was chang
ed on November 7, 1873, Into a chnrter
tit tbe Right Reverend Alfred Willis,
I). I)., lllnhop ot Honolulu, and nsso
cmtps, uuder the .Itle, "The Trustees
or the Anglican Church In Hawaii."
It 1 then set forth that the corpora'
lion now petitions that Its name might
bo changed to that of "Tho Protestant
Epixcopil Church In the Hawaiian
Islands," under this name to havo and
to hold all of the lands, tenements and
hereditaments and all the other real
and personal estate of tho said corpor
ation to be faithfully applied to tha
purpose and use of establishing and
maintaining In the Hawaiian Islands
a branch of the church now known
as "The Protestant Episcopal Church
in the United States ot America," and
subject to the constitutions, canons,
rules, regulations aud discipline of tha
said Protestant Episcopal Church Id
the United States ot America.
By the petition nnd other satisfac
tory evidences It Is made to appear
that the, Protestant Episcopal Church
In the United States of America docs
not depart from the Church of England
mentioned In the charter of Incorpora
tion thcretoforo granted In any essen
tial point of doctilno or worship or
further than local circumstances re
quire as most convenient for the main
tenance and spread ot tho same doc
trims and worship consistently with
tho constitution nnd laws of the Unit
ed States ot America.
Then comes the enacting clauses ot
the charter, wherein, W. H. Wright,
Treasurer of the Territory of Hawaii,
with the approval ot the (fovernor,
grants unto tho new corporation prac
tically all the rights and privileges, ot
tbe old on. '
Progress was reported by the.com
m It tee ot the wbole, and the Synod ad
journed until this evening.
Other matters of business transacted
In the early part ot the session were
the reading ot reports ot synodlcal ex
penses for the past biennial period as
follows: Receipts, $262.36; expenses,
$180.90. Tho report of the trustees of
tbe Synod to December 2, 1901, showed
that W. C. Achl had presented to the
church a piece ot land In KalulanI
tract, Honolulu, and that tho Insur
ance on the Cathedral was now being
borne In equal shares by the trustees
of the two congregations worshipping
there. The financial statement of
Treasurer Henry Smith showed total
receipts of $828.49. Bishop Willis
submitted the lollowlng statement of
parish funds: Receipts, $1,428.61; dis
buuements, $J .-123.01.
Berlin, Nov. 21. Tho German War
Ofllco has Issued a formal disavowal ot
responsibility for the 'recent pamphlet
published ty Baron von Edelshetm, an
officer of tho general staff of the Prus
ilan army, which discusses the prob
able results of a war between the Unit
ed States and Germany.
Dr. Hans Wagner's attack on Presi
dent Roosevelt, published a few days
ago In the Koloniale Zeltschrift, the
official organ of the German colonial
Interests, has also received official no
tice. Dr. von Holloben, tho German
Embassador to the United States, has
sent a copy of the article to Secretary
Hay, accompanied by eiplanatlohs.
PAIN-KILLER., so Justly celebrated
was Introduced tfftho public about six
ty years ago, nnd now enjoys a popu
larity uncnuajlcd by any other me1
clnc. For tho euro of dysentery, cholera
morbus, rheumatism, coughs and colds,
scalds, irns, etc.. It Is without an
equal. Sold by all durgglsts. Avoid
lubstitutes, there Is but ono Pain-Kill-er,
Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers. ,
H. P. BALDWIN PresldeM
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vies Presides
W. M. ALEXANDER.... Snd Vic Pres
J. P. COOKE Tressarsr
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OEO. R. CARTER adltof
Sflgar Factors ui
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Oc
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pata Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company. '
Hawaiian Sugar Company. "
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie CalifKiU tui IriHtol S. S. U,
W. 6. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Company !
San Francisco. ,
Baldwin Locomotive Works xt PkfJawj
delphla. Pa., U. 8. A. (
Newell Universal Mill Co. (MaUooal
Cane Shredder), New York, U. B. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade FsrtS-
Izcrs for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALH:
Paraffins Paint Co.'s P. A B. Paints aal
Papers; Lucol and Unseed Oils,
raw and boned.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), la wMbl
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lias aafl
CASTLE & COOKE
LIMITED, ' ,
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., LU.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St Loots, Its.
The Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps,
The New England Lite Insursacs C.
Tho Etna Firs Ins. Co, ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot Loadoa.
LIFE and FIRE
Sew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
.tna Fire Insurance Compamt
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manages
Claus Sprockets Vice Prestdeat
W. M. aiffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltnoy, Jr....Treas. and Bee.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF BAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
G. BREWER & GO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar, Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer ft Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
O. H. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; CoL W. M.
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones, H. Ws
terhouse and Oefl. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balajse Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Peosylvania Fire Insurance
Company, clloll. T. WUderi
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United 'States for the Ha
Office, j Merchant St. : Bonolula,
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