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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU II. T. MONDAY. DEC. 16, 1901.
When you are ready, Gridley, you may fire
Vhcn the Adniral'8 hair wjo in
dinger, he was prompt, to use
He writep is follows concerning
it: "I have used COKE DANDRUFF
CURE for the past year and found
it an excellent preparation "
It io guaranteed to cure
Dandruff, Itching Scalp,
Falling Hair, and to prcnols a
vigorous, healthy growth
loitations are plentiful but ineffectual
the genuine sold everywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
t delightful toilet soap. Gives the hair and ekin the gloss
nd glow of youth and perfect health
Hobron Drug Company
Fort and King Streets.
Surgeon, Physicians and Dentltti.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICI, MAI1 Jtj.
NOUkS II a TO 1. p.m i
I TO f P. M . T TO 1 F. M.
t O. Box Soi Suidavs it p n.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Atakea Street.
Office Hours 9 to 4
A. G. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
love Building, Fort Street
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone Main 310.
Dr. J. Atehcrlcy has removed his of
Ice from 708 Fort street to 343 King
street, next to Opera House
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.8, M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
RESIDENCE 'The California," Em
ma street 19163m
Dr. Wm. C. Rogers,
SURQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office, 1146 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotol.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building-.' Fort 8treet.
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. Whltt 1231
P. O. Box 55?.
Sawing, PimlHg, Turning and
Mill W rk I. ill Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specially, .mJ m large or small
1114 PORT ST.,
XX lius die Jest Assortment of
pacific island curios
In til ( ity.
KRFflH HOMEMADE PO! ON TUES
DAYS ANn I'RJDAYS.
4ul yuC ''flF
Be sure you get
o a g o
75 and 70 King Street
I TELEPHONE NO. 31.
OW Is tbo time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs Put in Order.
Dy competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
It over, and I tm again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work at heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manshlp ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
8tore, Seretanla opp. Alakea St.
lei White 3571.
E. M. WntHon
RUSSELL & WATSON,
Offices Msgoon Building. "rr
2004-lm 'Phone Main 328.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 404 JUOD 8UILDINCL
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stanfienwald Building
W. Aostia Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Renved to Room 306, Jndd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
iftlee Bethel St, Near the Postofflet
Chinese and Japaneat Firms.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage Goods, Etc., Etc.
and Fewer Connec
tions a Kpeclnlty.
229 King St., between River SL and
R. R. Depot.
SANG CHAN ,
Fine Eiglish and American flood
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
Ladles' tklnt clt-ntd Clothing
cltantd, 4ve4 and repaired.
Suits ratit to witt.
Fit guaranteed. Lowaaiprlc
For Strtat, near Kukul, and
nr Orpheua Theater
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rvlnr "Hi ft ie
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TARIFF Ml Hi
FOR THE PHILIPPINES
Washington, Dor. I. The tnrlft wall
ngaliiHt tnc Philippines Is to go up in
a hurry if the Republican leaders can
lorco It. Senator ixnlpe has Introduc
ed his bill placing a tanlf on goods
I io m the Philippines. Thin bill was
Introduced today, nnd In an Adminis
tration mcasuie. 'ino Executive hav
ing been dented tlia power of special
tarlft-mnklng whlcn belongs to Con
gless, the Lodgp bin enncts Into law
the tariff net panned by tho Philip
pine Commission nnd thus provides
tor n continuance of tho rovonuo de
rived front ImportR Into thu Islnnds.
That comprises the lust section of thu
The second section Imposes tlio
Dlngley tariff on nil goons from tho
Philippines, tho same as from any
Section 3 proldes tint the statu
tory laws of the United States shall
not bo operative In tho Philippines, ex
cept as adopted by military order or
by tho Philippine Commission.
Section 4 appropriates all duties nnd
taxes heretoforo collected In tho Pnli
lpplncH for tho uso of tho Government
there and approves nil expenditures
mado to date. All receipts hereafter
In thu Philippines under the nets of the
Philippine Commission aro approprl
atcd to tho uso of tho government ol
tho Islands nnd nro not to ho covered
Into tho general fund of tho Treasury
of tho United States. Thus, in four
tiler paragraphs, tho wholu Philip
pine situation Is disponed of.
Hut there nro signs of n commotion
In tho Democratic camp. Tho Demo
crnts see a chance of making trouble.
Dy dclavlng tho ii.i8t.age of tho bill n
lot of Philippine merchandise enn get
Into tho United States duty fieo. That,
It Is undo! stood. Is the program that
has been tentatively agreed to by a
number of Democratic Senators. Thoy
have tho power, as usual, to dclny leg
islation If not to kill It. They hopo to
postpuno tho enactment of tho bill long
enough Io provo that tho country
would bo better off witu absolute frco
trodo between this country and tho isl
ands. In this they aro abetted by
more than ono Kepubllcnn Senator.
Whllo thcro Is little doubt that the
Scnnto will paBS o 1jdgo bill, sub
titautlally as offered, and that the
House, under Its rigorous rules, will
follow suit with lime achate, thoro
may bo a considerable lapso of tlmo
before the bill is pushed through tbo
CRABBE LIKES HILO
llllo, Dec. 13. Senator C. I.. Carbbo
who was In Hllo a few days last week
between tho nrrhnl nnd departuro of
tbo Klnau was fascinated with th
charms of Hllo, his former placo of
residence. He left Hllo nine oars ago
halng occupied the position of collec
tor for tho port n. number of yean
prior to that time. Ho said ho wouldn't
lia'c recognized the placo ns Hllo. lie
lemarked upon the many different
lines of development thnt had taken
place In tho decade. He confided n
secret to a small circle of friends whllo
ho was under the spell of a matchless
afternoon surrounded by the slmplo
luxuries on a Hllo Hotel lannl.
"I propose to devise borao scheme to
get my wife over hero for a short time.
She will become infatuated with the
placo and the people and then wo'll
move oer and settle down whero Ilfo
will bo a pleasure. You Hllo people all
seem to belong to one big family. I
don't mean there Is n family compact
here. I mean sou nil like each other
and go in for goo'd times together. Then
such air and business opportunities,
too! I think Hllo Is all right and ono
of the most nttrnctlvo spots In trm
world for a homo hunter. You are sur
rounded by plantations that aro and
will be mar clous. Tribune.
PHOTOGRAPH THE HE AVON 8
I.os Angeles, Dec. 2. At the Fulton
Euglnc Works there has Just been com
pleted a huge telescope, which will bo
shipped this week to Lick Observa
tory. Lenses will bo put In thcro. Tho
telescope will bo used exclusively for
photographic work. Tor this purpose,
two thirty-six Inch lenses will be used
In conjunction with a mirror, which
will be placed at tho upper aperture.
Tho lenses wlllfbo concave?" thice"or
four inches thick. They arc made in
the East and will cost ubout $10,000.
The framework for these lenses Is a
huge bulk of steel weighing over S000
Tho Instrument will go to Monnl
Hamilton only for testing purposes.
111.. 4ltnl I, ..III .. ..1.1..... .1 ... .l.ll-l
nnd mounted on somo hteh neak nf tho'l!
tropics. Tho present plan Is to leave
It thero for threo years in order that
very closo and accurate observations ol
tho southern heavens may bo made.
Tho Honolulu team camo out vic
torious In tho association football game
Saturday afternoon agalnBt the Hack-
feld-Davlcs combination. The game
was plaed at Maklkt where quite A
crowd was present. Tho Honolulu! New York, Nov, 20. Brooklyn's ox
won without a strugglo, scoring four elusive society set had a sensation to
goals to a largo "goose egg." D. W. dav' wnon It was announced that Mrs.
Anderson rcfereed tho game. The
teams wero as follows:
Honolulus Goal, Gleason; backs,
Soper, Harvey; halfbacks, Parish, Irish
Anderson; forwards, McWhlrtcr, Kay,
Hackfeld and Davles Goal, Sinclair;
hacks, Robs and Dulsenborg; halt
backs, Robertson, Cattcrall, Brett; for
wards, 11. Clarke, Beardmore, Churton,
Morse (captain), and Guild.
IMINH ON MAUI
Walluku. Dec. 14. Quito hcaw
tains fell In Walluku, Makawao, Kuln
nml Lahnlnn Irint Hnmlnv Tlnnm1m- fi
This Saturday opened with n clear '", ,m' ,,1Bt nf,cr ,l,s graduation from
sky, but reports from Lahalna aver W?8,1 VoJnt' "? ,ma(, a brilliant roc
Hint mini niter ,ini.n rtnrn nr nn,yimia. OTu In tho Spanish-American war. and
sloncr Boyd on tho Klnau, heavy
clouds anneared and Lahalna fears ,
coming storm. Attorney General Thay
- - ... i : - i
er, however, fervently wishes that tho
storm will not mako Its appeuianco
until ho boards tho Claudlne this even
ing for Honolulu, as he does not wish
to ho detained In Lahalna on account
of report as to an accident that hap
pened recently to bis aged mufier nt
CORNWELL'S HEIFER HAS
PROMINENT AT I ENTION
Nolle Prosequi in Incest Case -Judge
Kalua Not Favorable to Testi
mony of Paid Spies-Jury
Wnlluku, Dec. H. 'Iho December
term 01 inc becond Circuit Court will
nlrlaji St rt tr r tlntulll tf lliiin.illinp is. I .lift
court discharged iho trial ittrora tor
uio lerm tnis morning, as tuere wero
no more jury trial cases leu on tho
Ot too thirteen Indictments nresent-
nil hv Ihn flrnlid .llirtf. tun A.tnrnpv
general en.erql a, nolle proscaul in six
inmiia iHAiiiillnrt tlisnn Itiilifilmnnt J '
iwiBi . uii tPiraiiim 111 .1.1
inses. IncIiidlnK thrco Indictments
against Kamakn (k) ot muel, Maui,
hicest: ahe-ro Reared
tu ue no uoubi as to guilt ot tins man,
but tho prosecuting ottlccr could nut
press iu6 cases, as tno gin. about
14 ears of nKc. as Ignoran. and could
Mn. u.nml Ihn nfmtn r w n ml n . Inn n. ...,i
,11v stum, ,.ij uueDv.muiiiaiivii ui .iv
nnsoi 1,, .i.,it 1 1. .!, ,
Walluku defended Kama'lta.' Ino Orst
indictment lor incest was tried last
.i.,.. in,. j i, t,.. . i,n...i
to enter a nolle prosequi when he Jaw tlng. ndvlslng or Producing- such as
that tho testimony ot tho girl an to """ 'Iho Senator spoko of tho dan
dates was expunged from th record E"0119. Rr?ai ?.', ;rcny. President
by order of tho court.
Urn Wednesday tuo Jury rendered
a erdlct ol not guilty In cnuc ot Ter
ritory of Hawaii s. Jos. Paiko, mail
ciuus injury, in that bo shot tho hogs
belonging to Prnnk Clark of Kaana
In tho caso of Territory of lliiwall
vs. Manuel Coclho, Inrceny secouu di
tree, tho Jury was Instructed to under
S crdlct tor defendant, ns prosecution
tailed to provo tho valuo or tno prop "" ...,.,,. "
crty stokn, which Is essential In Inr- ""u' now legislate against this
cony caHes. Yesterday. In tho case of P"i'- with courage, firmness, consorva
Territory of Hawaii vs. Moso Pannl. 'Bm aml Pdonce. Tho constitution
burglary nrst degree, the Jury was . P'cr of Congress to deal with the
again instructed to render a vordIM subject was discussed at length and
lor defendant, as the felonious Intent ' supported by numerous references to
of tho burglar was not proved. This."?. upniuuwri ::
was the native 'Ijy wno entered C,
I), Olcson's residence In Lahaini somo
tlmo ago In tho dead of night in J mys
Tho caso of Territory of Hawaii vs
Antone Faustlno, gross cheat, was con
tlnued until next term, as W. F. Poguo,
tho prosecuting witness. Is very 111 at
present and could not como to Lahal
nn. A certificate from Dr. Dlocgan to
that effert was filed In court.
In tho caso of Territory of Hawaii
vs. Achcu (ch), selling liquor, the Jur
ors found defendant guilty as charg
ed. Messrs. lions & Corrca mado mo
tions for a new trial on ar!ous
grounds. Tho principal ono was that
Iho testimony of paid spies should be
received with distrust and caution and
should bo rigidly scrutinized 'tno In
fcrmers referred to wero Jno. Fcrcrlrn
Jr. nnd Thos. Plckard of tho Walluku
pouto jorce. wno enmo io Kaanapati
and bought liquor from defendant.
Tho court granted the motion for a
now trial and ordered causo for next
term of court.
In tho civil caso of S. Ahral of Kuln
vs. W. 11. Cornwell Jr., malicious
inoaeciitlon, tho Jury rendered a ver
dict for'tlefondant last Thursday. The
plaintiff had asked damages to amount
of $10,000 for unlawful detention In
Walluku sheriff's office whllo under
arrest to complaint of W. II. Cornwell
Jr. for larceny of a heifer. The case
wns given to defendant by Judgo Mo
Kay In lower court; henco tho suit for
110.000 to alleviate the pangs of dls
grnco for being arccsted for larceny
of said heifer. This morning a motion
for now trial was granted because tho
Ji'rors had apparently rolled too much
on tho instruction of tho defendant
thnt tho advice of rcputaulo lawyers
wero a safeguard against damage suits.
Pi lor to tho Institution of this suit In
tho lower court, .Mr. Cornwell Jr. had
sought tho advlco of Mr. Coke, a Wal
luku attorney In good standing, who
advlBcd him to proceed with tho suit.
Tho caso of 8, Abml vs. W. II.
Cornwell Jr., replevin of a holier, was
continued until next term. This Is the
samo heifer that Mr. Ahml was sued
for larceny. Mr. Cornwcll'B men
brought tho heifer to Lahalna last
week as an evidence In tho case, and
put It In Mr. Decoto's pen. Sometime
during this Incarceration thn heifer
was killed by mistake by Mr. Decoto's
men, and thereby hangs a tain,
Ot tho eloven dlvorco cases, eight
havo already been granted, ono will be
disposed of.next Monday,amJ two-continued
until next term bh defendant!
nro not In this Territory. The cases
so continued nro Annio B. Mulvan
vs.Chas.P. Mulvany nnd AnaKamdIa:-l'lfllnl'',"'o
mcia Aina (w) vb. C. P. Alna (ch).
formeily of llnna. Maul, bin who has
.-.-or, rrencn leave Tor tho Flowery
no ii of tho Jury waived enscs wore
,"'","":! "wlng to nonappcarvo of
Ol luu twenty-four civil rnsoo nn
tho calendar, eighteen wero ronMnued
until next term, four woro tllstontin-
ueii, nnd only two wero nnally dlspos
cd of. Somo of tho Honolulu lawyers
remnrKcn nuout tno prcpondcranco ot rairoanks, Kcan. Aidricn, Nelson, Per
puio Havvailans on both juries, and hlns, Jones of Arkansas, Morgan, Cock
scmo wero surprised at finding that
lor, iney sny. in Honolulu part-Hawaii
ens were mostly urawn on Juries.
RNGAGt-.D BUT NUT IMVO CfJD.
"Br,nln ' wayion is engaged to wed
Gcorgo Bain, a broker, who resides at
East Orange, N. J although still tho
wlfn nt Pnntnln l.nrlnim . einvlnn
United StatcB Army. It was also
l earned for tho first time that Captain
Clayton had qultmy sucu for a dl
vorce, naming as co-respondent tho
very man his wifo Is engageo to marry.
It Is said that Mrs. Clayton will allow
her husband to sccuro a decree by de
fault. Sho said today that sho ex
pected to wed Bain very soon.
Bain nnd Mrs. Ciayton met last
June at I.ako Hopatlong, and the
broker hecamo infatuated.
Mrs. Clayton Is a uaugnter of Wil
liam BraBher, a retintt millionaire
manufacturer. Sho married Clayton
" llla return to Brooklyn was sent to
Congress. At tho closo of his term he
was mado a Captain In tho regular Ar
my. Ills testimony In .no u.vorco suit
was taken In tho Philippines.
The new district auornnv of Now
York will bo bv far tho greatest man
In thn TCmnlrn fltntn If hn fnrrtta mi,
a third of tho pledges that ho made In
tne campaign. Chicago Intcr-Ucean.
U. S. SENATORS GIVE
Hoar is in Favor of Banishment
Death Penalty Has no Effect '
Washington. ,Doc. 5. Senator Mc-
Comas of Maryland made an extended
aml carefully prepared speech In the
Senate today with nnarcny a his
memo, and wns followed by somo brief
remnrlin hv lfn.ir nt MnflnarhimetlH on
the dlfflcuitlcs In the way of dealing
wun iitiarcnical associations. Tho Sen-
. .1 1,111 .ln.l.no. Il,n llrn
"- .',;", J",- ,.Ti ,,;ii
industrial Commission until
rebruory thnt. to complete tho
I'ho committee, unlet, will consider
n P',ropr,Iair01 t,ribul0 '.? tj.J,R,t.0
President McKlnley. ns also appoint-
.. .. ,i
McComas waB then recognlted
l,1,lpport "M1'" L11, ',nl.r.0"C ZCJl?Z
lly- providing the death penalty for
assaults upon the President or for In.
Carnot, Prime Minister Canovas, tho
Empress ot Austria, King Humbert
and President McKlnley having boon
foully assassinated by anarchism
within the last soven years, it was
humlllaMng, ho si Id. to consider tho
Impotency of our Federal laws to pun
imi (ins icnrnil crime, ino Senator
Bpoko of tho revolutionary propagan
I,"" "n,1,cr, th0,il". Bi .5n'V .? rr
Mft and tho nihilist and the formation
McComas further urged tho exclu
sion 'and deportation of anarchists, the
amendment of tho Immigration and
naturalization laws and the negotiation
of treaties with foreign powers per
mitting tho extradition of thono
charged with anarchistic offenses In
the course ot his speech ti e Senator
urged that International comity called
for action on our part to suppress tho
origin of plots in this country against
Senator McComas sail: Wo should
enact laws to expel and excludo alien
anarchists. We shall, at this session.
wl.li unanimity, re-enact tho Chines
exclusion act. I will caeerfully votn
to exclude tho hordes of China and pre-
xnt the competition 01 v-nlnesu ctie&p
labor. Far moro rcnally will I voto
to exclude alien nnarchlstB hero now
Wo have naturallred and natno anor
chlbts .In our midst. With tbeso wo
must contend In other insulons. Why
should wc not as we may, ox pel alien
anarchists for cause?"
At the conclusion ot Senator Mc
Comas' remarks Hoar bf Massichu-
setts spoko briefly along tne same
lines. He said that whllo ,.e heartily
agreed with much that bad been said.
yet the great dlfflcui.y In nil thoso
cases of assasslna..on was that tho
assassin was willing and anxious to
give up his lite. Fear of death did
not in any way deter tho assassin.
Such was the case with the assassin
ot William of Orange, who welcomed
tbo torture inflicted upon him. Every
assassin of a foreign ruler had expect
ed early and certain death. Tho mul
tlrillrailon ol punishment for tho act
,,8Clf, therefore, would accomplish lit-
lie. Mueu good miEiu bo accomnllsn
cd In limiting tno circulation ot fa
natical doctrines. Hut the Senator be
lieved that a much moro effecttva rem
edy could bo secured If by common
consent of all civilized nations somo
tract of land somowhero upon tho
earth's sunace, hemmea In irom tno
outer world, could ho set asldo for
Iho confinement of those who coun
seled tho killing of rulers or the over
throw of governments.
"Let the anarchists have an object
lesson," the Senator said, "and lot tho
world have an object .esson. Let
tbero bo a llttlo circulation of anarchy
Into the anarchist himself, and let
him havo an anrchlstlc government
among bis followers."
Hoar said banishment would bo a
proper punishment under the Consti
tution and if all nations would agroe
that ever- such person bo sent to a
spot where there was no government
I 11 WUUI
it would tie an enectlvo remedy. Cor-
anarchist could not coin-
P"n, tor in ucing transported to a
placo ot no government ho would have
realized his Eutopln.
McComas' resolution was then laid
asldo for discussion later.
Tho presiding ouiccr announced tho
following Senators as tho commlttuu
to net with tho committee from tno
House to consider by what token of
rcspoi t Congress may express Its deop
sensibility at tho death ot tho lata
President McKlnley: Fornker, Allison,
roll ond McEnery.
A messago was received from the
President responsive to the Senate
resolution transmitting the letters ot
Jefferson to Madison and Monroo on
tho subject cf annexation nf Cuba.
At 2:30 tho Senate went Into oxnau
tlvo session and at 3:45 o'clock ad
journod until Monday.
IIH n up G ORGE WIT r KR.
Hllo, Dee. .13. George Whlttaker.
wno cftmo to H"0 rrom Honolulu two
r lnrc0 weeks ago to accept a position
tu tho Hllo Hotol, died at the hospital
lust Sunday from a sudden attack of
gastric fever. The funeral was held
Monday afternoon, Rev, J. A. Cruznn of
tho First Foreign church conducting
services at the grave. The deceased
was from Wheeling, West Virginia,
and papers found among his effects
showed his connections In tho East to
have been of the best. He was a mem
ber of tho social order of Eagles. A
fow members of the society living in
this city accompanied his remains to
their last resting place. Tribune.
"Now," said the envoy of civiliza
tion, "I'm going to tell you the oxact
truth; and I trust you will keep this
Information to yourself."
"I shall," said the Chlneso states
man; "I fully realize how low you
would fall in the estimation of your
fellows if It were known you had been
veiling mo iruin. innianapons press
HAWAII COFFEE K
Hllo, Dec. 13. T. C. IUilgway sent a
few samples of Hawaiian coffee to
Snator Cullom ot Illnots who turned
them over to Secretary Wilson of tho
Department of Agrlculturo for analy
sis. The report from tho Secretary of
the Department ot Agriculture, receiv
ed by Mr, Ittdgway Is a most flattering
showing for Hawaiian coffee.
Of tho thrco samples submitted, sam
ple marked "A" from Hamakua, shows
1.77 per cent of caffeln: "U ' (Peabcrry)
1.55 per cent, and "C" (from Olaa) 1..I
per cent Samples "A" nnd "C" meas
ure 157 beans per 50 cubic centimeters,
whllo tbo Peabcrry "II" numbers 17C
l)ans per 60 cubic centimeters.
Follow Inn are reports of similar
t'sts show lire caffeln content of arious
Finest Jamaica plantation .,1.43
Finest green Moclm ..... 0.61
Con Ion plantation 1.51
Washed Illo l.H
Costa Ktca 1.1S
Kast Indian 1.01
Msoru 0.42 to 1.31
Kast India Ml
Number of beans per 6u cubic cent!
Fine brown Java 1S7
Fine Mysuro ,.193
Fine Ncllgherry 201
Costa Illca 203
Good ordinary (luatamala 20'
Good La Guayra 210
Good average Santos 213
Flno long berry Mocha 217
Good ordinary Java 22
Fine Colon plantation 22
Good avcrugo Illo ...,,f. 23C
Medium plantation CeJIoa 238
Ordinary Mocha 270
West African 313
From tho nhovo tabulation It may
uu seen that the Bamnlcs of Hawaiian
coffeo at e unusually high In caffeln.
The beans are large- as is shown by thn
number contained In a measure of SO
No rosstlrg test wns mode slnco the
quantity submitted was too small to
Insure roasting under Identical condl
tlons and furthermore, the Department
has no standard samples of well known
brands for uso in making comparisons
The coffeen nro of good form and color.
HILO COTILLION CLUB
Hllo. Dec. U. The Hllo Cotlllllon
Club held tho biggest and most suc
cessful business meeting In Its history
last Monday night aFtho. home of Dr,
Hnd Mrs. Hajts. Thirty members were
present. The rules and laws of the
Club weio materially modified nnd Im
proved. New members ndmltted wero
Mr. and Mrs. Show, Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Scott, Franklin How land and Mr, III
Ono of tho important changes ap
proved was tho manner of admitting
new members. Hereafter nil names of
persons desiring to become members of
tho club will bo presented In open
meeting nnd referred to nn executlvo
committor of nine. Tho recommenda
tions of this committee will be accepted
or rejected by a majority vote.
Another new rule adopted was that
permitting at each dance fifteen nun-
mombers on Invitation. The Invita
tions will be Issued by tho executive
committee at tbo request of members,
The requests aro to be considered In
rotation ns received.
In connection with the masquerade
nan to he given tonight. It was decided
to hold It In Sprockets' hall.
Tho commttteo on decorations Is
composed of Mrs. McKenuey, Miss K
Eaton, Miss Cheek. Mr. Jaivls, Dr.
Rice and C. E. Hapal.
J. II. Howlsnd and L. F. LcMond
will direct proceedings on tho floor.
Miss Ivj Inchardson, A. C. McKenuey,
snu j, u. itidgway will provide, the re
TOUR OF MI II)!J
Walluku. Doe. 14. Ed. N. Dovt in
terned tn Honolulu from Lnhalnn tier
Ktliatl tlllH Haturilnv mnrnlnf. Thn
Commissioner of Public Lands nrrhnl
nc i.anaina last Friday, and had mado
inu rounu inp or. tuo Island of .Maul
111 UXactlv aIk dlivu. In inmnnnv will.
- -- ---.- rf viriujiiiitj Willi
W. O. Aiken, the Land Commissioner
iiuiiiuui nmira udtcriununi mnus ni
ruuomalcl. Kills, and from thero rodo
OVOrlaud to Nuu hv tho Knhlklnnt
wny. On arrival ut Kaupo, Mr. Boyd
visited Government lands at Kaupo
gulch, below Halcakala. On his re
turn tho Commissioner passed Hana,
Nahlku, Keonao, Walluku, Kahakuloa,
Honolua, and reached Lahalna last
Ho feels highly gratified with tho
result of bis visit of Inspection, and It
will likely result in tbo opening up of
nuturui moro mousanu acres or land
to homesteaders. Col. John Illehnrri.
sou entertained Commissioner Iloyd
nnd a fow Invited guests at his Lahal
na homo last Friday ovcnlng. About
iwenty-nvo persons sat down to a
SUlnOtllOllitrnnARf nrnnnrnit Kvlk. hn.l
for feasting his guests. An Impiomp-
in giuu chid, nurnouiy gotten up from
among tho Hawa..an Jurymen, furnish
ed oxcollent Hawallun musical selec
tlons during tho evening.
TRAVEL Wmi MAGICIAN
Walluku. Dec. 14. Mahomed Khnn.
the East Indian magician, olectilfled
his umllence at tho Lnhalna Court
Iioubo last Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings. Tho Juggler caimi ovoi to
wniiiiKu and gavo similar perform
ances In tho Wnllukil eourl hniM.i
argo audiences. D. K. Kalmnlcllo,
late sergeant at arms of iho Senate,
hBR romplotod a contract with the Hin
doo bv which tho latter agrees to taVe
Mr. Kahaulollo throughout tho United
States and perhaps FIJI and South
Africa ns his advanco agent. Mra. Ka
fcnulpllo, n daughter of Senator White,
will accompany her husband.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIWJ.U
OFFICERS I f
H. P. BALDWIN Pretkte&t
J. B. CASTM3 1st Vice PretMsmt
W. M. ALEXANDRIA... 2nd Vies Fna
J. P. COOKB.... Tresumrea
W. O. SMITH Secretar?
GEO. H. CARTER Audltot
Sugar Factors aid
Hawaiian Commercial ft 8nflftr Oc
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company. '
Tie Califyfiia hi erintal S.S.U,
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Company H
Baldwin Locomotive Work ot Pklk.
delphla. Pa., U. a A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. ft. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a vChealcl Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertlt.
tzcrs for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflno Paint Co.'s P. A B. Point tad
papers; Lucol and Unseed OUa,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), in wait
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, lime aa4
CASTLE & COOKB
The Ea Plantation Co. , , -. '
The Watalua Agricultural Co., LtaV
The KohalaSugar Co.
The Walaraca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, sU.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
The Now England Ll(a Insurance C
The'iEtna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alllnnce Assurance Co. ot Ixmdoa.
LIFE and FIRE
New' Enqlahd Mutual Lifk Ii
surance co. of boston.
aetna Fire Insurance Compait
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manages
Claua Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vtco Proatdent
H. M. AVnltnoy, Jr....Treas. tad See.
Geo. J. Ross Andltot
AGENTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
C. BREWER k CO.. LTD.
queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. '
A cr crnts lor
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks'i
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Honomti Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Cans. Berwer & Co.'a Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, F.- Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. .
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, B. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
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The Lancashire insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co. I
Domestic Sewing Machine. Bte.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chna. T. Wilder,
General Manneor nf
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United Statos for the Ha
Office, : Merchant H' llonnlnla.
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