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t.MMI HM.LfcTIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. THURSDAY, DEC. 26. 1901. '
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Per ear. postpaid, foreign.... 13.001
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Olllco llox 718
I)i:Ci:Mlli:U 20, 1901. be
Congressman Hltfs nnnounccimnt
of Ids changed attitude on .XWc Chinese
exclusion law Is one of the best proofs
yet receded that opposition to the re- (
enactment of the exclusion law Is a
With the canal treat) out of the way
and the Philippine tariff law passed by
the House uciore tne noiiuay vacation,
Congress Is making a record for the
rapid despatch of business mat na sol
dom been equaled thus early In the srs
. . . . M I
THo contemplated isit or in mi-
premo Chancellor of the Knights of
l'.Mhlas Is n high compliment to the
local members of the order. Hawaii
Is so far from the Mainland that It Is 'or an extension and enlargement of
ery seldom the leaders of fraternal or-, the contract. This was granted by Ki
llers are able to extend their travels to caragua In June. 1897, and the con
this tiolnt tracts thus obtained wcro transferred
Enthusiasm oter the acceptance of
the Nicaragua canal treaty by the Unit-. -0J""'
ed States Senate is somewhat lessened' ,T,1 nract gaic to the Atlas
by reason of the action being a fore-, Steamship Company the "elusive
gone conclusion. With this harrier out' r.,g,,t ot ,film navigation In the Sllaco
of the way, progress of actual con-,JfKOon 'or thirty years, dating from
ln.(ln n ll,n i.rn.it untnrwnv n.mht ' tno npprOVal of tllC Contract. Oil Sep-
v.. ..v.. .. v.. ..w D... . , . ...r o -
to be a realization of tho near future.
The Hawaiian appointments made by
le President indicate that the State
delegations lune more Inlluence un a li
Iiointmcnta to Pedcral olllccs than thn ,
lccnl org.inlzailons. The appointment
ot llreckons to the position of Unl'ed
bumi's ii4htii.-i .i-iuini- iiai. t-in;i;tvii, -
JMUVIUI-U llll- llllllllllH UCIl'SilliUIt iiu
sired to hold this ollicc as a part of Its
Mr llreckons tomo hlgn-
nded and there is eeiy tea
ivo he will uphold the high
it.nd.nl that has bee,' cs-,
son to bellev
tabl.shed in this Territory. The third'
Judgeship might be clai-sed as a direct
throw-down of the local Republican or-
ganlzatlon If there were any hard and
fast rule regarding the distribution of
patronage to tho various branches ofi
the party nrganiratlon. The appoint-j
ment of Mr. RGbInson can ctt-at) no
political ill will. The polities of tho
new Judge cannot be called In question
and during his residence In thu Islands
Mr.' Robinson has Bhonn th.030 Judlclil
qualities which promlso well for hl
ability to capably perform the dutks
ui nm nifaii uiuic.
APPLIED TO PHILIPPINES
Washington. Dee 17. As n result ' lo?y; .V"1 ,, sl)CaU h,,B mlml nd offci
ot un urgent petition from the Sun H10 Liberals somo dlspas.slonato ad
Krnnclsco Chamber of Commerce and vlcP ,Th"t 'ho speech was a finished
ether commeielal uodles and proml-, oratorical effort was nmply testified
pent firms of that city to William Hun- J' tno frequent npplnuso with which
ker, tho reprebcntnllvo of tlio Cham- ""' ",Jl"a,V7 ?" '"tcrruptcil. hut It Is
bor of Commerce, usklns that tbo doubtful If when ho had finished hie
coastwise nnUgatiun laws bo applied ""J3t ndmlrlng lis encr could havo
to tho Philippines as boon as possible Kvi'n nll" Justification for his enthu
nnd not later than Jauuary 1, lUoa. Kll)"m Bav,f that It was Lord Roscbery.
Sent 'or Perkins will Introduce n bill I ino, Llneinl party, liu said, had
to that effect. Tho bill will bo similar Passed through a long nnd trying 111
to that Introduced when Hawaiian nT' ljut waa now approaching con
.......... .. ., 1 i,..i i inlcucciKC. one of tho s uns of nirh
&U1I1IIIVI l-U D ltlWtl-ll. - j
In tho House, todny Chairman
Payno ot tho Ways and Moans Com- "'"'" iiesuivvu inio uh elements,
mlttco speaking on that subictt in thu tll0( 8lcl1 mM-;lly ??"' ''Qot togeth
Phlllpplno tariff debate, said: "Wo , r.r-, Tho speaker himself ronressed
hao prolded In tho b.,1 for extend- J int ho ' ' nn Prcteinl to say how
Ing tho loinwlse navigation laws to'tI1,ls foncslon should bo accomplished
tho Philippines whenever American ,n urlnS ' fow Liberals to rcor
ships aro foithcomlng to hnndlo thu ' p"" zo 1-ord Rosebery quoted tho fob
commcrco that presents Itself. Wo in,' " fl0m, the messago of
hnnn tho ,lnv la nnt fur illnlinit whim I'lesldcilt RlHlbeelt: "Wo llOllO tO
American firms will bo scndlnK goods
In ships flylnB tho American Has to
tho Phlllnpino Islands,
It Is iiosslblo that tho bill will bo
amended In tho Henato so tliat the
navigation laws will bo applied to the
Islands at once. Tho Senate will tako
Ibianus at once, ino eennio win ibku
up tho measure as toon ns Congiess
Numerous telegrams and letters aro'
being received from tho Pacific Coast
and elsewhere demanding that tho
coastwise laws bo applied to tho Isl
ands, and thero Is no npparent objec
tion In Congress to applying them If
tho demand Is general.
Hunker, having been asked by a
California Arm to ascertain the alti
tude of tho Treasury Department In
tho matter, obtained from Commis
sioner of Navigation Chamberlain n
statement that tho department would
take no action whatovcr pending Con
gressional action, and that tho coast
wise laws would not apply until Con
gress applied them.
PAYNE ANU THE TI3LCGRAPII.
'Washington, Dec. 18. Telegraphic
circles wcro a good deal excited today
cer thu rumor that Henry C. Payne's
appointment to tho Postmaster Oeu
oralshlp might lead to a movement for
Government acquisition ot all tele
giaphs. Western Union stock ad
vanced two points lu Wall street on
tlio strength of this speculation. .Mr.
Payno hns long been in favor of Gov
ernment ownership of telegraph lines,
but it Is not piobablo hu will be able
to hiako a movement lu that lino wlillo
Postmaster Geneinl. lhls idea lias
been discussed at vailous times for
fifteen or twenty cars. and some sen
timent In favor of It has developed,
but he would be 11 bold man who
nould ndvocato the ptircuaso of exist
ing telegraph lines at tho valuation
which their owners place upon them.
ARA In Honolulu, December 20, 1901
to the wife of David Aea, a sou.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
part of the States.
The Evening Bulletin, 7E cents p
New York, Dec. 19. A special to tlio
llcralit from Washington pays:
It lg learned that Germany expects to
hmo something to sny nbout tho Nlca-
.. ,.! Wnimn nf , lutrrpstn nf
German corporation In a concession j
it will l.n IntnrforiM will nml lull.
slblv destroyed by Its construction.
This Interest has been obtained
through the purchase by tho HambiirK-
Amerlcan Steamship Company of the
Atlas Steamship Company. The for
mcr Is n Herman corporation and thj
latter Is Ilrltlsh. Tho Hambuis-Am
eucan company is shiiiiiiizni uy ma
German Government and Its ships can ,
called upon for auxiliary cruisers of !
tho German navy In time of war. 1 day. CrunipatKcr of Indiana, who also
Under tho concession from Nlr.ir.iRUb J'ted ngalust the Porto Rlcan bill, was
x,hcl, tnc UnmburK-Amcrlcan line has nl,8.on'; , ......
, , lt ,, ncr,cll by forcl rt.p.,,,,"- of t-o debate oday
1omatfl herCi cvluslvo navigation! ,,,.,, ,, iclr flllur to present
rlRtits of the San .luan river and of m, nllematlvo proposition for the
t,ake Nicaragua are secured to the pending measure; but just before the
German company. lunu wiib taken on tho jiassago of the
The history of the concession before I'M tlio attitude- of tho minority was
It came Into German hands dates be- n"?,,I n, ? "0''0,u ,t0 r0,!,o'n"i b "JT
fore 1ST7. by Illtuarj8' "' "rlly lcttl1-
a company organized under tlio,
namo of tho Nicaragua Mall Steam
Navigation nml Trading Company, no
quired tho concession. Subsequently
tho Atlas Steamship Company, n llrltv
Ish Company, running a line of steam-
. .., v. . ,,... n..jn.. i
""" "")" fjnuc,i states. Bhould bo ablo to set
ether ports In the Caribbean, bought ' p n stable. Independent government
tho steamers, plant and concession ofl'mls proposition did not command s
the Nicaragua Company and applied
to the Caribbean and Pacific Transit
Company and auxiliary of the Atlas
(,.,, rt lOO? n.l ik. --.l..l..
j i- it I in." I ov, lOilli II II 1 1 LliU 17AC1IISMG
right for tho same time of construct
Ing tramways and railways nlong the
np (f) nxoI(, he o)SacIc3 , , "
,, , , , , ,. .
ra rt of the San Juan river, making tho '
,..,. U ,. nnn 1,,-., lil Vn,n - n.n..
,nr ',,. ,.,, ,.,, '
. ' '
The company obligated Itself to con
three years a narrow
rnit(,n mIImi.i1 nl....t ,1. a ...It.. In....
from nt m; s, ,
iiimii n pomi on mo Miaco i.agoon to .1
,I;t , gnn , ,
rvitnrn,i i,,.,niin.. ,. i .i.i.i
, J""""" and suitable ware.
1'" ""'L hnr,..nt.. 1. ?lnn,a
"".. ,""ij J '. Z'"'0,0" fUti """.I!!' l?!"""
"- . ... ...un .o ..u.. ... ui'vt.iiiii.i.
This concession, with nil tho prop
HU1K-.III IT'I..,.. n, ,., .,. c...l.l r.
wno i,.,..i , .. ,... .,. ,,'....'
,)llrR.Umerlca ,'n"' "'
uncsiorncMi. Knginnd. Doc.
Lord Rosebery's long expected
much-heralded speech, delivered from
a crowded platform hero tonight was
received witn marked enthusiasm by
an Immense crowd. It enn hardlv be
said to have thrown much light along
tho pathway of tho Liberal party. Ho
said that ho had como by invitation
and 11 not w si to mlulzo In nhni
......... . V a . . '
w,a,8 lliat ltlla,,. S0,ttcn rid of tho Irish .
" .B"ln "' B'PW "'"P"- not ,,y
J"nils. W. mnst "e.CD ,0,lr "ye on
tlio stars, but wo mint also remember
that our feet aro on tlio ground "
The following was tho tenor of tho
former Premiers speech: T'10 Mlu
(Rtrv wna wrntifr Intr tlin l.llmrnla
i ,, , , , . .--
fno,ll(l1 ,VV'7 "'' uow they try
Now ork, Dee. 10. Tho Vienna
cot respondent i)f tho London Times
and Now Y01I; Times sas that slum'
tho days of Heaconstlcld nnd Glad
stone, no speech of a British states'
ninn has excited such keen Interest
as Lord Kosebery's aduress at Ches
terfield It Is legretlabio, howovor, saya tho
correspondent, that tho Vienna papors
did not wait for thu lull text before
commenting un the speech, as the
brief telegraphic summary avnllabiu
cknrly led them to oironcous conclu
sions. Tho most conspicuous examplu
of this Is furnished by the Neuo Krclo
Piesso, which iuterpiets Lord Huso
hcry'x suggestion that Great Britain
negotiate with tlio Uoer c'lilcls In Kit
rnpu us "nothing less than an appeal
to rescind I.oid Hobuits' proclamation
nf annexation and to leave tho nation
al Independence of mo republics In
tctt." The Paris correspondent of the
Times sayb Baron D'Kalournello'a Con
stant bus addressed a letter to Lord
Ho.4cbory protesting against tho state
ment of the latter that tbo Continent
al feeling against tho boutn Al rlcnn
war Is due to hatred of Great Britain.
It is not tho enemies, but her fi lends,
declares Union 1( Esrournellos Con
stant, who suffer at seeing ilrcut Brit
ain engaged In a war of extermination
nnu ruin. Huropo would put abovo all
nthcis that British statesman who
rould reconcllo this feeling with the
liitciests of his country.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
It might bo a good Idea for Lord
Kitchener to glyo 'lno lingua peace
conferenco a clianro to try to subdue
thu Doers. Baltimore American.
nm nif 11
Washington. Dec. 18. The bill In
protlilo rewnuc temporarily f6r the
JM ioifotl G?lS H8"oll
l" ."? Iy B OlO 01 llij UJ l. IHO .'
publicans McCnll of Massachusetts,
Llttlelleld of Maine, tlentwole. Eddy
and Stevens of Minnesota oted with
tbo Democrats against tho hill, and
threo Democrats Robertson, Datcy
and Ilriiussard pf Loulslann voted
with tho Republicans for It. Mcyor
(I).) of Louisiana wan paired In fuor
of thu bill, while Poster, an Illinois
Democrat, who oted against the
Porto Rlcnn hill In tho last Congress,
toted for tho Philippine measure to-
n instructed tho Ways and Means
Commltteo to renort the bill back
amended so as to reduce, tho customs
and internal revenuo laws of tho
unucu amies to a rovenuo uasis, anu
' ?"; them to tho Phil Ipplnes ,.
lli u,u iwiii iiii tiiu uiu ut tut;
Republican Note nnd tho thicc Louis
lana Democrats above mentioned vol
ed against It. Meyer of Louisiana
was paired against It. The speakers
today wcro Hepburn of Iowa and Dal
zcll of Pennsylvania for the bill, and
Messrs. Henry of Texas. Williams of
Mississippi, McCatl (R.) of Massachu
Tho bill passed today Imposes tho
Dlngley rates on goods entering the
United States from tho Philippines,
and the rates established by tho Phil
ippine Commission on goods entering
thu Philippines fiom tno United Statqs.
lt also provides for collection of
tonnage taxes on vessels plying be
tw-een tho united Slates nnd the l'hll
Upplues nnd that foreign vessels may
, ply between these ports until Junu
nry 1, ISUj. Tho duties and taxes col
lected under tho provisions of tho bill
shnll K Into tho Philippine! treasury,
to bo expended for tho use and benefit
of tho Islands,
Chicago, Dee. If!. Relatives of Mrs.
McKtnley hnvo llltlo hope of her living
ong. accoidlng to a statement made
"i Lieutenant .lames McKlnley, U. S.
A c)how of the la0 i.reatdel.
Llc!'1- .M.,Kln,p' I'"-"1 '"h ohl:
J. . .' .iii,., iiiu nuiii-aou! ui
General Shnftcr in rnmmnnd at tho
Presidio, San Francisco. Continuing,
".My aunt In Cnnton remains In
about tho snmo condition that she was
In nfter the funeral of tho President.
Thcro has been no Improvement, nnd
thero seems no hopo of nny."
vlAA.'&k- W",: Jn
.lV!s-!3SH'Rvrir. Pierce. Flee- I
p-( ' MM trie Body Uattery
krrJVHejJr Ay wliriuruatl Invfi-A-fafci'-
llglle. Sni lor "Hook-
;)- I'ir.KCll iLECTKIC CO.
'H"" M-ka 5.. S P
CiihCK of I do, each.
Port, Sherry, Claret
.: Zinfandel :.
discs of I doz. each
The host Caltlornln
Wines In the miirkct
nt tied rock prices.
Cases of I do, each.
.: .: .: Irish :. :. :.
Gonsalves & Co.
WM, F. WILSON GO.
This firm, tho largest in
Its lino in California and
tho pioneer plumbers of
San Francisco, who nro at
present engaged In install
ing tho plumbing system
In tho Alexander Young
building, nnd who havo
ulso received tho con
tract for plumbing of tho
E. O. Hall building and
tho Walty building, havo
decided to lotato perma
nently In Honolulu.
Thoy employ a very
great number of tho most
expert plumbers In San
Their namo being a syn
oiijm for good work.
Their olllio and shop Is
at present temporarily lo
cated at tho .tloxander
Thoy will furnish esti
mates and execute all or
ders for work In tholr
lino to the entlro satis
faction or their patrons,
and always up to their
Thoy hao Just completed tho plumb
ng and drainage lu Hint handsomo
new building Tor tho Itoy'al Hawaiian
lolei on Alal.ua sheet, using In this
vorl, the inos,t linpioved and latost
innlllliy nlumlllinr llytlirnu known In
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- - OP TUB - -
P. R. I8ENBIIRG, President.
UP - TO
In Htly, clcjjnnt In (Inlsh, llfjht nnd
cosy running, rc the Icmllnn cluir
actcrlHtlcs o our vclilclcs. Neither
time nor expense Is spurcd In thctr
construction, nnd the result Is ns line
nnd well hullt n line ot vehicles nindc.
CflAS. F. HERRICK
I2S Merchant St., next
THE GOLDEN RULE
Calls attention to the fact that his GREAT DIS
COUNT BOOK 8ALB 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 inciud in this sale. We have a : :
If you want them you can have them, as we will
not haggle over prices.
. A. MONTANA
Dressmaking H nse
and Millinery Parlors
H, F, DAVIDSON, MANAGER,
Arlington Block, Hotel St.
PHONO MAIN 311.
EVERY DAY : :
wc arc allowing
Wood - -Bohemian-
- - Glass
Fine Cat Glass
not before display
ed in Honolulu.
C. F. MERRICK, Manager.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stnnijenwnld Building.
VOGUE OE8IGN6 IN
Swell Hnts, Artistic Gowns
Fine Ladles' Furnlalilngs,
Chlldrcn'ti Dresses, Import
ers ol European goods (no
All orders receive prompt
nttcntton, nnd courtesy
shown to all cus
Claut Spreckeli. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
8an Francisco AaenU Tho Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
8an Franctlco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Untdn Bank o: Lon
New York American Eichano Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Parlt Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Sbanghal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits recolvcd. Loans tnado In
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all the principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notico 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SETS, JUNE So, 1801, W0.043J7.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Savins Dank for monthly dcnosits.
Houses built on tbe monthly lusiull-
Twcntytblrd Scries of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Prcul
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
C. D. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DianCTOns J. L. McLean. A.
iV. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. B. Orav.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech. J. A. Lv!o.
Jr., J. M. Little, ti. S. Doyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Deposits will be
received and Interest allowed by tbe
Bank at (our and one-bait per cent
Printed copies of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. 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 Bank buys and receives for col-
ection Bills or Exchange, issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general nanKinR business.
on Fixed per cent
ueposit. per annum,
For 12 months 4
For C months 3
For 3 months . . 3
Branch ot the Yokohama Spoclo Bank,
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
YOU OWE !
to your family to buy FRESH,
CLEAN and wholesome groc
eries. One look at the Inside
of our store will convince you.
Start today trading at Lewis
& Cos you'll like it. .: .: .:
Prompt and agreeable service.
LEWIS & CO
1066 Fort St
240 Three Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architect, Contractor and Builder.
Edward R. Swain.
1ASOINWAID BID., HOSOU'
J. F. RILEY
P. O. Bos rtc
Geo. W. Page. TL Ml
F, W. Bcardslee. F. 0. Box 771
Architects nnd Builder.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Anntt,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden building, alii
Office and residence, 312 Queen L,
near Oovcrnment building.
M. R. BBRTBLAUN'S
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance en
Klug street. Orders left at either ifco
or office at John Kott'a store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaeftr.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTL.
Gonsalves & C0..1 . W
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22$ Queen St.. Honolulu, H. I
opposite the It. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLfc.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The puro juice of the grapefruit Tte
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for tho Territory ot Ha
waii. Offlco and Works, 601 Fort Bt,
Honolulu, T. ot 11.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
ited. THIS SPACc RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Gock.
Fort and Queen 8U.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
Qeieral Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
SnauMII; rnj. tn u t Uul.4 k ,
. ..,..lr. If s , Uta B,Mnr7, UIU. pui I
4 Mill U Mil u .l.,, I..., I'tuU. la Iwl, V
fn TtnU, ri,ls f.rf.r C.l.,.4 Ir-U, Vint. M '
rt ( Uw Uif, Utl w hUhf Ml ,.
Cook Remedy Co.
101 ! T..,U, rbktu. "I-. ' rmfc alMm. U
UIIIW.0M, n tulkll l .. O.ll.il. .l.n
WKIKimlKMbllhUlin IMfma llwt In