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vKNINH lUll.l.hTIN. HONOLULU. H. T.( TUESDAY. DKC. 10, 1901.
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at 120 KIiik Street, Honolulu,
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TUESDAY DECEMllEIt 10, 1001
it m...t i. it.-. irn.i,tnn nnnvoli '
didn't say much to W. O. Smith about
his message. Or perhaps W. O. Smith
has never told what llooserclt did say.
Anjway there Is n marked discrepancy
between Smith and Roosevelt some
A MAGMHCUN I' MU8BAGE.
"In Hawaii our nlm must bo to do-
velop the Territory on the traditional
This message of President Roosevelt
to the American people and to the peo
ple of Hawaii overlays for tho moment
any sentiment expressed or policy out
lined in Roosevelt's first mestago to
Congress. It voices the seutlmcnt ot
every honest American citizen in tbll
Territory, and expresses the sentiment
on which tho activities ot liberal Am
ericans have been based slnco the Ter
ritory was Inaugurated. Development
nn traditional American lines must
ever bo the secret of success In tho ad
ministration and laws of Hawaii It
will bring the political peace, general
contentment and solid prosperity that
eomes from a government conducted
by and for the pcoDle
Every failure that has been register
ed in Hawaii or that may bo register
ed In Hawaii has been and will bo due
to tho divergence from or antagonism
toward the principle of material, poli
tical, moral and social "development
on traditional American lines." This
overshadows other details of the mes
ago at the present time, but It will
ever bo as It has been the guiding
light of those citizens who are convinc
ed that Hawaii should be an American
Territory not only In namo but In fact.
The forceful and direct remarks of
the President regarding Hawaii are
characteristic of the message In 1U
every detail. Tho messago Is ono of .nail could be construe ti 1- then tho I
the. strongest document, ever ,nn. in'Si.u.'S .S?'. ,l,J' '.-."" l. I
Congress by an American President, i
There Is not a siieccstlon of exnedlen-
cy, shllly shally or beating about the
hush on a slnglo national or local
topic. It rings true to American prin
ciple and In Its review of national poli
cies rernlniU tho American people, that
.va iiuiiu'iD v unit:, iv. ill 't:uiiu iiiui'
tm i.iuniiiir,,, nn i.i timt , ,i !
departure to the slightest degree from
the grand principles laid down by the
forefathers nnd mnlntnlncd for over a
, '. ,. . . .. .. J
There Is nothing In tho message that
can bo put down as antagonist o to tho
best Interests of Hawaii and It. rot tag
citizenship In his advocacy of ho
Exclusion law against Chinese tho
i-rcHiiieni iukcs a n rm sianu ror me
wor'dngmen and tho maintenance of
the Integrity of the American family,
tho cornerstone of the American sys
tem of government anu American pros
perity. Dy bis stand for better immi
gration laws the President maintains
that such new citizens as tho Nation
accepts shall be men or women ol
mft "oi m",,;,lcfechJs Pn t' sell t'hat land for moro than tha estl
community or candidates for tho jails wato ho lla,, K,ven
and almshouses. Mr. Dunne asked tho witness It hi.
As regards Cuba, tho President rcal C8tate ,)Uancsa wag not , ,,,,
recommendations aro all hat the pc-o- l(m ,nd the an8WCr wfl8 , thoqncsa.
pel of this Territory could wish. Ho'.ve. Futther nucgt,on,ng onMr,
does not urge free trade, but suggests 0cal,8 own bmiucsH wa8 8toppC(l by
such favorable consideration for Cu- tll0 Court vi '
Snf,0iUC,t,8 "i8,"1"," S?.'" 0,.nl To t 'Court, witness said be had
1 ?.P V . .T.1Bl ? "' I talked with others about tho vuluo of
one day bo a part of the American thIg land and told tnem lt wag wort
Hn! , u "I i8 WaS "1 ann.e.Xa 1000 an acrc- "' valuation of the
tion of Hawaii. Tha amalgamation, Iand had notbn6 to do wth the Q
however, must bo gradual. Roosovolfs .1.nmi
niuuu ib ror grauuai assimilation and a
tariff, which, while It Is advantageous
to Cuba will not bo destructive to
those American Interests with the
products of Cuban fields will come In
competition. Meanwhile Hawaii and
sections of the country hnvlng kindred
Interests will have time to adapt them
selves to tho new order ot affairs.
On all matters relating to public poli
cy Roosevelt stands for tho protection
and advancement of what has come to
be known as tha "common citizen."
He muBt be protected from tbo rapa
cious greed of capital and his Indus
try given Its Just reward.
Tho President's utterances on trusts,
tho Nicaragua canal, the Pacific cable,
tho army, tho navy and all branches of
public service ring true and voice the
Bound sentiment of tho Nation in no
uncertain tone. Tho Congress that fol
lows his suggestion and direction can
not go astray.
HAWAII ANU RBCIPROCITV.
And now tho blooming Hawaiian
Bugar planters, who hare bad free ac
cess to our markets for their product
until they have grown rich at our ex
pense, aro protesting against low rates
of entry on Cuban sugar. They do
claro that their Interests nre dinelcat
with thoso ot tbo beet growers In tho
West and tho cano growers In tho
South. Hawaii came Into tbo Union
through the frco trade gate, hut It now
seeks to block the way, for other Isl
ands. Verily, one touch of "divvy"
makes tho whole world kin.
AMERICAN TEA GROWING
London, Nov. 27. A report from the
American Secretary ot Agriculture
Bays that tea growing In tho United
States has been successful, tho flavor
and aroma being equal to thoso at
tbo best Imported tea.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cent to all
parts of the 8tatei.
FOR PAGIFIG CINE
Los Angeles, Nov. S6. John W.
Mackay, president of the Postal Tele
graph Company anil of the recently or-
gnnlzcd l'nclllc Cable Company, will
l.o here tomorrow for a week's stay.
While hero hn will look at available
cable landing: nnil listen to any prop.i-
riiiuu inai m.iy ue nuvanceu lur unim
Ins tint Pnclllc ifible nslinro here. Tim
cable comp&ii) has succeeded in gctttu,;
land grants and the necessary concus
sions In ilnuall, flunm and Luzon for
the cahli ord the landing place oti thu
Pacific ruaat Is nil that remains to he
llxcd, , ,
'i i,e Hue of survey from San I'rnnns
ctl 1" Honolulu and that from Los An-
, elr" ''" o sides of a triangle, wlt.l
tliii lmt b I tin i f hA II tin rW thA nnrlh.
the long side on the line of the north
ern nrvty. Tho sav'ni; In expense by
'imninc the cable from u Anrclcn'thc 200 or more nassenccrs whom the
Mcitld be ncnrly $CO,O0o
Secrelury Zcchandelaar of the Met-
chants' nnd Manufacturers' Assocla-
tion said today
If the site for the station has not
already leen selected we will make
determined effort to have the com
Pany Lilng the cable to Los Angel?.
The reassary land can be had nt a mo-
menfs notice, nnd there are two or
three good places for the shoring of '
tho submarine telegraph line."
,.. ' .
fleneral Manager Storrer was biwy
oday getting data for President Mac-
TS A .. tnai.t . !. I.A.I 4 .fc mm m
iuiy, aim win iiirseiu lumurrow
tum ot his Investigations,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS AN
ACHE FOR PEARL HARBOR
(Continued from page 1.)
from his experience In real estato
transactions, tho prices ho hail re
ceived for land abutting on tuo ocean
at Kaalawal beyond Diamond Head,
tho prices ot lots sold at tho peninsu
la ten years ago, together with tho
vnluo now set upon them, ami luo
prices of lots ni-ar tho mouth of Pearl
Harbor sold at auction a month or
lwo ,aB- , , , , , ,
of Knahim ill!!! Zl".Z r EV.Mn'JJn
or Kiianua Island was worth 11,000 an
acre today, tho witness said It would
take a day or two to go into It fully.
"Well, go Into it,' directed tho
,"" "caT nwiiiiuiiea .or mo nrsi
,nL " ?" 2r,..h "'
or outing resorts. I
"Was there any outlnc nlaco on the
Island on tho Cth of July? Is not nllinnl- Sho was sounding her fog whlstla
u ' . . 8',ccu a"on-, , ,
this puro speculation?
Tho witness "It Is the business of a
real estate man "
"To speculate?" interrupted tho Foil-
I ? Court. Instructed the witness to
Mr. Dunne "On tho 6th of July was
. . ,- , . -,
Mr. Gear "It was. So was Kuala-
.,, but , rcrcVCl, 36 oo3 ror ,t.
,n . co that cn8Ue( ,t , fc.
cn that Kaaluwal bore about the same
rpIat,on lo ,,onoulll for nccC88,bUv
Mr. Dunne objected to an answer,
but tho Court told him ho haiT not
spoken soon enough. "Mr. Kinney
tola mo I Bbould not stop him," said. through the starboard sldo ot tho
tho Federal attorney, to which Mr. 'other steamer and burst Into the
Kinney replied he was glad to know,
for the first time, that Mr. Dunne was
under his control.
ft fllflli IUnMnillnn n.tJ 1. n ...!.
"Do you know ot any land within
two miles of this land that was ever
sold for $1000 an acre?" asked the
"Yes, at tho Peninsula."
"Did you ever know of sugar land
that sold for 91000 an acre?"
The witness said ho was not con
sidering sugar at nil. Land sold at
auction for $1750 an acre near the
mouth of Pearl River n few week. ago.
There must have been live or six acres
and It was bought by different parties
for country resorts, or ratner homes.
It was sold by tho Dillingham Com
pany. He had not looked at the land
from tho standpoint of sugar. It was
valuable for wharfs, or landing places
Cecil Urown was the next witness.
Detroit, Mich.. Nov. 27. Eighty per
sons wero killed and 160 Injured about
7 o'clock tonight In a wreck on tht
Wabash road. Two heavily loaded
passenger trains collided head on at
full speed ono mllo east of Seneca
Mich., the second station west of Ad
rian. Tho west hound train, comprised
of two cars loaded with Immigrant
anil five oilier coaches, was smashed
and burned, with awful loss of Ufa and
fearful InJUrles'to a majority of the
passengers. The east bound pafsengcr
train, tho Continental Limited, suffer
ed In scarcely less degree. The track
In the vicinity of tho wreck Is strewn
with dead and dying. Many physi
cians from Detroit have gone to the
Henry Clews W,,H.
New York, Nov. 28. Henry Claws
Jr. nnd Mrs. Louisa Oebnard wero mar
ried at Christ Prosbyterlan Church at
10:30 a. m. today, It Is said that Dr.
Honry Vandyko, who Is a cousin of
Mrs. Gcbhard, Intepded to perform tho
ceremony, but ho was obliged to bo
way from tho city, Jtav. James M,
Firr, tho minister In chargo of Christ
SAN 'RAFAEL SUNK
' , AND LIVES LOST
Collided With Sausalito ip Dense. Fog
Prompt Action of , Crew
Saves Lives Passengers
San Francisco, Dec. 1. In a black
ntid blinding fog, the henvlcst that has
visited this city for many years, the
ferry boat San Hafael ot the North
Pacific Coast Railroad lino collided last
night with the ferry boat Sausalito of
the same line, and sank within twenty
minutes to the bottom of the bay. Ot
San Rafael carried on her run most,
If not all, were saved through tho
coolness and bravery of tho men
aboard. For fifteen minutes slio lay
lashed to tbe other vessel, which was
Alm'1 Injured, while the San Rafael'.
liUBBriibtiB m-; iioovii huvuiui wr
ing to the darkness and tho terrible fog
w'" nlu "cry inB "" r,r"""""
navigation on the bay a thing of deadly
rpr' ; ll ' M-oss bio to state tho oss
f ' fe- S.0'n,c V" P,aC
the loss of life as high as thirty or for
ty w,,o ,he offlcc of lho San afacI
' that nII ,crc Bav,j, ,t la nlmo.t
certain, however, that the three-year-old
son ot Mrs. Walter ot Ross station
Is lost. The preparation of nccurata
lints will be possible only after the fog
About twenty people Wore Injured,
only flvo seriously, although many
moro were carried from tho wharves
half conscious from the water which
they had taken Into their lungs before
they wero drawn from'the water.
Tho collision came on tho rcgulat
C:15 o'clock run of the San Rafael from
San Francisco out. Owing to ths
thickness of the night the start had
been postponed, nnd It was twelve
minutes later than schedule time when
the ferry boat cast off nor lines and
left tho srlp. . She carried a load ot
i about 200 passengers, mostly residents
I of San Rafael nnd Sausalito, going
' home "r S,in'"y- restaurant was
',. .i,i. "i .... .. ... ,
, "owdecl ! people, snatching their
uiuijviB en runic.
So denso by that time was the fog
which had settled down that the llghtH
of piers n few hundred yards from the
boat's course were not discernible) from
the bridge. The ferry boat felt hct
' Ur"'RC lne 'crry ,,oat feIt hct
f P"st Lombard street wharf, steer.
lnB by compass nnd tide calculation,
"ntl1 auout naf way to Alcntraz UI-
ouuoeniy, oui or ine uiacKness, tlio
lights of another boat glimmered
through the fog. Just what happened
next is a matter of ilouht. Tho captain
nt tlin Cn..a,.tlf. n.,j. ,l.n. tl. On VI
1.. .ue Diiunuiiiu dujb mui iiiu oan Illl"
faci sounded the signal to turn to nort.
across his bows. The captain of tho
San Rafael says that ho gavo no such
signal and kept hlitcourse.
However It happened", both vessels,
backing with all the might of their
engines, crashed together. Tho 8an
Rafael was turned broadside on to tha
rush of the Sausalito. They collided
with a crash that threw passengers
nnd crew off their feet. Tha strong
,how of the Sausalito crashed sheer
crowded restaurant, killing at least
In a moment there was the wildest
panic on board. Tho passengers, hud
dled Into tho cabins for shelter against
tho chilly night, rushed for tho doors.
They blocked tho entrances, they
smashed the windows, they piled up
against tho partitions. Captain Mc
Kenzle, from the bridge,, sent his first
officer to report on the damage. The
man returned In a moment s -"Tho
boat Is sinking, sir," he said.
Tho officers ran to the decks and
cabins and warned the frightened pas
sengers ot tneir danger. For a mo
ment there was a rush, almost a panic.
Women ran from one side of the cabin
to tbo other calling for helb. Children
shrieked. Many ot the frightened pas
sengers aelzed lift preservers and threw
themselves Into the water. Soma ot
the crew made their escape to the
uecKs or me Bausaiuo; other remem
bered their duty and manned the boats.
The crew of the Sausalito, "cooler when
they Baw that they themselves were
not In danger, threw lines from the
rail, which wero caught by the men
ot the San Rafael, and the vessels were
lashed tight together.' To this act of
foresight pundreds of tho passengers'
owe tneir lives.
POPFS 01DE5T FRIEND
New York. Nov. 28. A'coblo to tho
Sun from London says: According to
tho Dally News' Homo correspondent,
tho Pope has Just lost his oldest frlond.
This waH Coinmcndatoro l'acelll, who
was 111.1 years oui. it Is said ho was
'ho oldest man in Komo. Ho was Di
rector of Inland ltcvcnuc under thu
Papal Government beforo tho fall of
tho Popo's temporal power, nnd lived
afterward In tho expectation ot Beelni?
this power restored. Popo Leo often
received htm and chatted with hltn
concerning ovents that occurred dur
ing tho first holt nf 'the nineteenth
century, regading which Comme'nda
'oro Pacclll's memory was wonderfully
clear. It Is reported that when the'l
ropo learned or bis death he exclaim
ed: "IJmvo lost my oldest frlond."
OREEK CABINET RESIGNS
London, Nov. 25. Athens Is quieter,
but the cnvulry still occupy ino streets.
Tha Greek Cabinet has resigned,
Dyspepsia can do', and Is cured by
the use of PMN-KILLER. This Is the
inai wiinileiful mill valuable medicine
ever known for this disease: Us action
ipon the system la eutliely illlterunl
fiom any ulher prepniatlon over
'iiown. The patient while taking this
nedlclne may cut anything tho appetite
'raven. Avoid substitutes, theie Is bill
mo Puln-Klller, Perry Davis', Price
i.'.c. 1111 J S'Jc.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
A FRESH INVOICE OF
direct from factory.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ol Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Fiiisb, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
188 Merchnnt 8t.t next to Stanflcnwqld Building.
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible withfn the NEXT SIXTY DAY5. In order
to do this, and' save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
. 20 ic 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 fir.'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 3 1. 00; gi.50
'books go for $ 1 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. .All Good Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE !
The undersigned assignee of Bon. Guerrero offers ror sale tbe follow
ug. Including the good-will of the grocery store heretofore doing business
inder name as above on Miller stroot, near neretanla:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, 8HELVE8, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE 8AFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
Tho above will bo sold at less than cost and a full description can be
nad ot same by calling on
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lewis
Honolulu, October 19, 1901.
- SOLB AUENTS FOR -
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
This Is put. up In special heavy cases
and coated tins to avoid wasto and
The Best Cold Water Paint
HAQNirE PAINTINQ flACHINB
V J mftmm
H. F. LEWIS,
4 Co., 1060 Fort Street.
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Sprockets & Co.
: T. H.
8an Francisco. Aaents The Ne
vada National Bank ot San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco. ,
London The Union Bank ot Los-
New York Amorlcan Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Pari Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdnor Bank.
Honokonq and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North, America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. BUI ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Colfsctlon Promptly .Accounted Far.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tho principal cities of tbe
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposita 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (thi form will
not bear interest unless it rcninins
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent
Pioneer Biildiig aidloai
ASSETS, JUNE. id, 1901, $30,04347.
Honoy loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
-Twenty-third Scries of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Preol
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DinnCTOrtS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. dear. O. U. Orav.
J. D. .Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Ly!e,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Ofllce Hours: 12:30 1:30 p. m.
Savins IVnnafta vlll ha
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and ono-half per cent
Printed cooles of the Rnlex'uu! Her.
ulatlon may be obtained on applica
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Rank huva anil mmIvm fa.. w.t.
lectlon Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general Banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annam.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months . . 2)
For 3 months 1
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
What Will You Need
In xlew of tho much-Increasing de
mands for Ornamental Holiday Dec
orations nnd wholcKomo Dainties, our
European and EuBtoin representatives
nava given extraordinary caro and at
tention to our selections this year and
wo can promlso our friends tho latest
and newest designs and novelties tho
world's markets produce.
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B0VD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
'Architect, Centraeter and Builder.
Edward R. Swain.
ITANOIRWAID SID., , . HOSOtVtU,
. CROCKER BUILDING,' V? 9 '
. SAW FRANCISCO.
J. F. RUM.
Hoffman & Riley
ANU BUILDERS, "?'
P. O. Boi it
Geo. W. Page.
F. W. Beardslee.
P, O. Box 771
BEARDSLEE A PAQB
Architects and Builders.
Office. Rooms 2-4. ArHurton Annul.
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates for
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDa
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Alton A Roblnaon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptlr'attendsd to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
far hrlcle and wnulnn hnlMttiM ia
Office and residence, SI2 Queen L,
near Government building.
M. P. BBRTELMAN'S
16 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance oa
Kin 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 Quten.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chatfar.
Kukul 8L, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN, BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprlctois of the popular
The ours iulee of tha mnnfrittt. Tha
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
8ole agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort BL,
Honolulu, T. of H,
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
ited. THIS 8PACC RE8ERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European sod American Dry Good3.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. HackfehU Co., LtdL
General Comraissioi Agents. -
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Polsosj
"rauollj Tm ua k. Irul.4 l U. !
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a Mill tut uk, M4 '. Slew rlU la ,
9tn "nil, H-l", f..,.r c.kt4 m-n
ut tut ml iU M;, Bib w ,.k., fuu.1 Mi. rtt
1 Cook Remedy Co.
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