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Post Ofllco Hot
.l)i:Ci:.MIIKIl M, 1901
Tho efforts of the Anti-Trust League
to iirctent the confirmation of Attor
ncy General Knox me on a par with
Thurston's struggle la dlvrrdlt Judge
tiumphri'jx and ttlll meet with th
The most amusing thing In lnc.il
politic Is the blind groping of Tliurs
ton and his gang to dlscou-r where
they are at In I lie estimation of the
t'nlted States authorities. When tliev
vaUo up uml discover their exact loca
tion they will he In much the name
position as thy unfortunate Christmas
The prompt action of the Itcpuhll-
ran National Committee In accepting
Committeeman Scwall's request that
Hon, Samuel l'arkcr bo appointed lu
his place shows how much lullueuce
the Advertiser following has with the
National Republican leaders. Notwlth
utandlng Mr. Sewnll has resigned, an
action due entirely and solely to his
personal affairs lu the I'ast, he today
has more Inllucnce in national circle
than nil the perfunctory support the
Thurblon crowd can gather cither
hero or lu Washington. This Inllueiite
In the future as in the past will be used
for tho advancement nnd the dcclou-
uient of the Territory on traditional
American lines. Col. l'arkcr Is thu
logical successor to Mr, Sewnll nnd the
only man considered by him
when naming the person to till hie
There Is no good reason to ilouht the
success of Marconi In obtaining signals
across tho Atlantic ocean by means of
wireless telcgiaphy. Experience with
this means of communication liau
shown thnt the distance to which mes
sages can be sent Is limited only uy
the height of the aerial wire nnd the
force of tho electric current. Marconi
raised his aerial wire by means of
balloons which enabled him to reach
a much higher nltltmlc .nan Is gained
by the ordinary station pole. It will
likely bo a long lima before regular
communication Is secured ncross .ie
Atlantic by wireless telegraphy, tho
experiment, however, proves that Mar
coni's contentions arc not chimerical
Tho practicability of wireless teleg
raphy ror communication between
points 100 miles distant has alre.nl
Li-en proved beyond question or doubt
It Is only a matter of time when the
theory will be practically applied for
"An occasional correspondent" of the
Advertiser says that Harold M. Sewall
U hot-foot after the Governorship of
this Territory. Whether the "occasion
al correspondent" wroto his corres
pondence iu tho Advertiser office or
not, tho fact remains that the use of
Mr. Scwall's name In connection with
the Governorship of this Territory Is
entirely without authority from him.
Tho recurring attacks and misrepre
sentations of the Advertiser,-how ever,
aro not without their good purpose, as
they show how weak Is Governor
Dole's administration and with what
malicious purpose "his friends" work.
Mr. Scwall's position Is very well un
derstood by tho President, so well In
deed that the Advertiser gang has good
cause to worry, (lovornor Dolo on the
other hand hns made an Ignlminlous
failure and by his piesent Innctlvo poli
cy Is clinching the failure. If the i-rcs-
Ident hu tho best Interests or this Ter
ritory at heart he will appoint Gilbert
P. Little to the Governorship nt the
earliest date possible. Governor Dolo
Is leading his party to sure defeat and
the Territory Into a struggle with
8AIL0R8 ARE NOT POOR.
Kdltor Evening nulletln: I wish to
Insert a line or two In your valuable
paper In regard to the charitable dinner
given by tho Salvation Army to poor
children nnd seamen or the port of
this metropolis, t would go to far as to
say as a man who followed me sea n
number of years In almost every capu-
city in sailing and navigating a ship
1 feci hurt being classed along with
poor children. Men who go to sea for
a living me suitors, no mutter In what
capacity nnd they can and do make a
living ror themselves and ror many
others because) there Is no seaport or
country can dojlwlthout them, let them
bn ever so unworthy In other pcoplo'a
estimation hut le,t navigation close for
Just two months even on these Islands
and I think that they would soon cry
tor sailors at any price. What Is more,
the Seamen's Friend Society comes lo
before the Snlvullon Army for distress
ed seaman, Tho only time that seamen
nre distressed Is when they get ship
wrecked and lose all their effects. Cup
tnln Ilrajv who Is superintendent of
tho Seamen a Hume at this port. Is ths
right ninn.ln tho right place and ho Isl.
preparing a Christmas 1 dinner tor, the
teamen who may be ashore In this port
nnd men who are on their vessels will.
I am sure, have a suitable Christmas
dinner served to them on board of their
vessels. I nm sure that tho captain of
every vessol In port will let tho Salva -
tlon Army and everybody else know.
that they are able to do It.
A BL'AMAN'S FUIKND.
Honolulu, Dec. 18, 1901.
"I'm nobody's fool. I'd have you
know. Miss Northsldo." said young
Mr. Fltigoouor. "Indeed!" replied
Miss Northsldo; "that's oddl Every
body says you belong to Miss Spif
fing." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
J-ondon, Doe. 11. -With the nppall
Ing lecord of the concentration camps
In South Airlca as his text, the I. liter
als nru buojniitly hopelul Hint Lord
Knscbrry w. i sound the kneli of Inc.
Salisbury .Ministry next Monday. It
Is not too much to say thnt tho cyoa
of tho entire kingdom am llxed upon
tho runner Premier. While he reso
lutely refuses to forecast the subject
or tenor nt ills coming speech at I'lics
tcrlleld, the public Is convinced that
he Is at last to dcseit merely academ
ic discussion ami draw up what his
followers will icganl as an unimpeach
able Indictment of the present Out em
inent. The long-debt) ed reports for October
and Now mher on tho unulltlons In tho
comcnttntlon camps weie Issued to
dny, nnd tho l.lbetnls say that by so
doing Scielaiy of War llrodilck uas
pin) ed illtectly Into the hands oi I.011I
llosebeiy. They seo In these reports
mnteilal for Just such n speech as that
which (ladtono nulckcncd the public
conscience to tho wiougs of Armenia,
ami wonder if history Is going to lo-
That Hosoheiy Is an olalor of tho
llr.it rank Is unquestioned. Will n
sclro the iippoitunuy; This is the
question his followers are now eagerlv
asking nnd they aro cimtlilont tho an
swrr wilt bo as they hope. Thu basis
uf their heller is best expressed Id the
nurds or ono or l.onl llosebcry's most
ardent mlheicnts, n man who himself
has been lu tho past or especial piom
lueiiee In ministerial circles.
New York, Dec. 111. M. I. Pupln, pro
fessor of electrical mechanics nt Co
lumbia University, in an interview,
says thnt he fully believes that Mar
coni succeeded In signaling between
the coabts of N'ewfoimjlland and Corn
wall, England, by his system of wire
less telegraphy. Continuing, tho pro
fessor said; "Tho signals were very
faint, ns 1 u-iid In the icport, but that
hns llttlo to do with it. The distance
which Is about IMjO miles, between
thesu two points, was overcome and
further development of tho sending in
striiments Ig all that Is lequlred."
Pruf. Pupln said that members of
the Society of Kleitilcal Engineers had
discussed the subject two years ago
nnd many were of the opinion that the
day was not far distant when wireless
messages would be sent 1000 miles or
more. Again continuing, he said:
"One point which Is of great value.
and interest to the bctentltle world is
thnt Marconi has proed conclusive!)
that tho curvature pf the earth Is no
obstacle to tho system
1" iV'ri'eS,S I
telegraphy. So.-e were Inclined tcillut,n to 1)0 comml,nCnted to Heat
...urn. m, 1. ere were many iiraicu
discussions upon It. that tho curvature
limited tho system. All Marconi's ef
forts or lato have been directed lo
ward perfecting and making his send
ing apparatus more powerful and giv
ing a greater height to tho sending end.
It still remains to ho proved, however,
thnt heavy banks of Tog, low hanging
clouds and heavy showers along and In
tho path of the transmitted electric
wave will not entirely obstruct Its
progress. The presumption generally
Is thnt they will, us experiments thus
fur have proved. Atmospheric condi
tions ham also much to do with and
strongly affect tho electric wave."
Peking, Dec. 10. Tho Munchurlun
question hns leached a stngo which
best Informed observers consider lo
lie a crisis In China's history.
'Iho CnincM) Government Is besot
between Russia un tho ono hand nnd
Gieat lliltuln, the United States mid
Japan on tl)o other. Tno Government
Is helpless nnd will yield to that fac
tion able to bring t.ie strongest pres
sure to hear.
l'rlnco Chlng Is decidedly moro
friendly to Great Ilrltaln tnnn was 1.1
Hung Chang. The Ilrltlsli, American
anu Japanese) representatives hero
nnvo separately visited Pnnco Chlng
and Insisted mat they bo shown any
treaty betoro It Is signed. Prlnco
1 Chlng has submitted to them the drail
01 a, treaty practically identical to tho
treaty already published.
Prlnco Chlng Is now pressing Rus
sla lor moro ilcflnlto terms, tho ores
cnt form of tho treaty bclug so vacuo
in Its Important points us virtually to
leuso utissia a ireo nancl. Tho Jamiu
use Minister has taken a strong liana
In tho matter and has notified Prlnco
Chlng that Japan will require conces
sions equivalent to an thu advantages
conceded to ..UBsIa In Manchuria.
Tho belief Is general mat Russln in
tends to Ignore what sha regards as
mere formal objections on tho part of
thu other powers. Jupan would go to
tno icngin or war to Btop tho Russinu
occupation of Manchuria i sho wero
assured of support, but sho will not
'iv-u ri-pumion 01 inu reuuu ncinunls
lort'u a'lur l" Chinn-Japancso war.
f Washington, Dec. 15. County Aud
itor J. Cnl Ewlng, Clarence Crowell
and It. E. Rovallc of Oakland arrived
(In Washington today. Crowell Is
cnairman or the Republican County
Committee. They mot Representative.
Mctcnlf tonight. Representative Met
fair Bnw Attorney General Knox yetr
torday lu relation to securing tho ap
pointment or J. W. Robinson, fop
marly of Oakland, to a vacant Judge
ship In Honolulu,
KITCHNER TO THE FRONT
. ,!!on'.,ncT;. '- "ow ' ,'nt 9.cn
irriVTond. of ' horte l7 TX
crnni, -.m,,. -lnni kitnhono- ha.
personally taken tho field and Is dl-
reeling tho movements of the troops,"
Lord Kitchener In a dispatch irom
Stnndorton. Transvaal Colony, daled
1 "c:siy- nccembor 10th, announces
"VT itT '! A.B' SL5
night's march, surprised and captured
practically the whole of the Door
Ilethel command at Trtchardsfoutcln
early this morning. Seven Doers
woro killed and 131 wero made prison
ers. Much of man's trouble is duo to the
fact that when ho takes a drink ho
Insists on taking another to keep It
Washington, Dec. 14. Ilr-prcscnta-tlvo
lnhn has received a photograph
ic copy or a poster dlsplajcd In China
town, San Kranclsco, some time ago,
giving notice or an miction sale or tho
slnvn girls nnd the goo.i will or n house
of 111 repute. A certified tinnslntlon
of tho poster Is nlso In possession or
hnnn. Ho has had copies made nnd
will give them to the arlonB Kaslcru
lle'presentntlves who havo some wav
cling doubts, ng to tno wisdom or ex
cluding thu Chinese. Several Repre
sentatives hno nlrendy Inspected tho
document nnd expresii-o surprise and
amazement that such things nro car
ried on lu tho heart or an American
Representative Knlm has collected
an Immense amount or data on Chi
nese exclusion nnd will deliver n
speech on his bill. Ho Is assured of n
big crowd of listeners, as the situation
lu the Philippines us well as on Ilia
Pacllle Coast will bo described.
Cilpple Creek, Col., Dec. 14. At a
mass meeting or the members nnd
friends of organized Inbor here tonlclil
resolutions were ndoptcd demanding
tho reeiinttmcnt by Congress of tho
Chinese exclusion law so amended ns
to cover Jnpaueso nnd other Asiatics,
REBELLION 18 RIPE.
Peking. Dec. 111. A private letter re
ceived here from an American general
nt Mnnlla, whose position glvcsh!a
statements thu highest authority, says
thnt secret service reports rrom all
the provinces or tho Island or l.uzou
show a remarkable nnd widespread re
vival or tho spirit o. rebellion there.
This letter says tho American army
expects a general outbreak throughout
tho island of Luzon, nnd Is taking vlg
oroiis measures to suppress It.
Manila Is tho center of discontent.
(Icnt'ial Chaffco has frequent parades
of the garrison through tno city streets
to display American strength and,
rearing an attempt at a general mas
sacre or Americans, arrangements
havo been perfected to coneentrnto
Amerlcnn women and children In tho
public buildings on short notice.
Washington, Dee. 10. At the open
ing of today's session of tho Sennto Mr.
Jones of Arkansas Introduced a Joint
resolution as follows:
"That the thanks of Congress and
the Amerlcnn people aro hcieby ten
dered to Hear Admiral Wlnlleld S.
Schley mid tho officers nnd men under
his command ror highly distinguished
conduct In conflict with (he enemy, as
displayed by them In tho destruction
or the Spanish fleet oft tho harbor of
Santiago, Cuba, July 3, 1S9S.
That the President or tho United
stll,os he requested to cause this reso-
Admiral Schley and through him to
the officers and men under his com
Without comment the resolution was
referred to the Committee on Naval
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cents pel
CnHcrt ol I tloz. cncli.
Port, Sherry, Claret
.: Zinfandel :.
CllHCK oi I clOZ. CIICll
.: Assorted :.
The bcHt Cnlllorniti
WtncH In the iiwirlcct
at heel rock prices.
Cuhch ot I duz. cncli.
.: .' .: Irish :. :. :.
Gonsalves & Co.
WM. F. WILSON CO. -
This Arm, tho largest In
Its Una In California and
tho pioneer plumbers of
San Kranclsco, who aro at
present engaged In install
ing tho plumbing system
In tho Alexander Young
building, and who havo
also received tho con
tract for plumbing of tho
E. O. Hall building and
tho Walty building, havo
decided to locate perma
nently In Honolulu.
They employ a very
great number of tbo most
expert plumbers In San
Their namo being a Bjn
dnym for good work.
Their olllco and shop Is
at prcsont temporarily lo
cated at tho .tlexandcr
They will furnish esti
mates and oxecuto all or
ders for work In their
lino to tho entire satis
faction of their patrons,
and always up to tbelr
Thoy havo Just completed tho plumb
ing and dralnngo In that haudsomo
new building for tho Royal Hawaiian
Hotel on Alakea street, using In this
work tho most Improved end latest
sanitary plumbing tlrtiircs known to
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for bulM
Ings, business property and residences
Dullilers'wlll do well lo consult But
Jers lr regard to watchmen.
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- op tub -
l. R. I8ENISBRG, PrcMltlcnt.
In Htjly, clcgmit In flnlttli, light and
easy running, nrc the lending clinr
uctcrlHtlcH of our vehicles. Neither
time nor cxpciiHe n Hpiircd In their
conHtructlon, anil the result Ik iih fine
and well built 11 line uf velilclcH made.
CtlAS. F. HERRICK
lag Merchant St.. next
THE GOLDEN RULE
Calls attention to the fact that his GREAT DI8
COUNT BOOK SALE will be over in a few
days, and those who desire to SAVE 20 PfcR
CENT on books for Christmas presents
can do so only- by making their selections
at once. We have re eived per S. S. "Sierra" a
number of NEW BOOKS just published,
which are Inciu '"d ii) this sale. We have a : : ,
If you want them you can have them, as we will'
not haggle over prices.
. A. MONTANA
and Millinery Parlors
H, F, DAVIDSON, MANAGER,
Arlington Block, Hotel 8t.
PIIONB MAIN 311.
EVERY DAY : :
wo arc fthowlng
Wood - -Bohemian-
not before display
ed in Honolulu.
C. F. IIERRICK, Miinndci'.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Btongcnwnld Building.
VOGUE DESIGNS IN
Syvell IIhIh, Artlttttc Gowns
Fine LndicH PurnlHtilnfiH,
Chlldren'w Di'chhch, Import
ers of Europciin oodt (no
All urdcrti receive prompt
attention, and courtesy
III bo shown to ull customers".
Claui Bpreekelt. Wm. a. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, t t T. H.
8n Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Dank of Ban Francisco.
8n Francisco The Neveda No
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Dank 01 Lon
don, Ltd. ,
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Dank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdncr Dank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelcra
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 1 day
notice 2 per cent, (thi form -will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for one month), 3
mouths 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months i per cent.
Pioneer Building asd Loan
A88ET8, JUNE id, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Scries of Stock Is now
OKKICErtS J. I,. McLean. Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
C. D. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. dear,
DinnCTOns J. L. Mclean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Ooir. O. D. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kocch, J. A. Ly!e.
Jr., J. M. Little, K. 3. lloyd.
A. V. OKAU.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Deposits will be
received and Interest allowed by the
Dank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of tho Rules and Reg.
ulatlons may be obtained on nppllca'
Office at bank building on Merchant
DI3HOP & CO,
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 21,000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys nud receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, Issuos Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed por cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3
For 3 months 8
Branch ot the Yokohama Spocle Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill Ring Street
On tho Alameda a flno lot
of green Christmas trees from
tho Coabt rango mountains of
California.. Only a few left
LEWIS & CO
1066 Fort 8t
240 Three Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOH) BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
Architect, Contractor and Builder
Edward R. Swain.
' SAN FRANCISCO.
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bo ito
Ono. W. Page. TsL Ml
F. V. Ueardalce. F, O. Box 771
BEAfiDSLiEia A PAOE
Architects and Builder.
Office, Rooms 2-i, Arlington Aonei.
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice. '
OF ALL KINDa
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Ok Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Fred Harrison, f '
Jobbing promptly ittendfd to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, sits
Office and residence, 312 Quttn t,
near Government building,
M. P. BEI2T12LMATVS
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, Kins
street, will rctelvn prompt attention.
Beer and .Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefsr.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE AtERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The puro Juice of the grapefruit The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
LI MITE J.
8ole agents for the Territory of Ha,
wall. Offlco and Works, 601 Fort BL,
Honolulu, T. of H.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
ited. THIS 8PACt RE8ERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sta.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Pol&oi
rtnuMII; Curf. T.I au k. Irul,, UiM ...-.
.uulr, ( ,. t.n ur. B.n.rr. U4U. ..h
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COOK REMEDY CO.
10 ' .hninnu,kiiMtii)nk Up.
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nlumUUMMfef U-H In Ir.
402 JUDD BUILDING
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