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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II, T., FRIDAY,
IAN. 81. 1902. V -i
liiIIillllllllllEilllilililll MfKNOT FOR MM V
Situations wantgd. hljlp wanted.
Situation nml Help Wuntcd Aln. will be Inserted I-'RIili.
YOUHQ man from California wishes WANTED Two young Indies for can
position ns stenographer. It. K. I... dy Btore; refcrcneca. 1). T., Ilulle
Bulletln oinco. 2H38-1W tin. 2052-lw
YOUNG man, 30 yenra of ago, desires
position as night watchman, Henry
Knutnal, Queen cor. South St.
WANTED Hy a German 22 ears of
nge, position as driver of any kind;
well acquainted with city and out
tide districts; also engineer helper
or oiler. Address, German, this of
WANTED l'osltlon by young man as
coachman or any hind or work. K.
V. A. C, Ilulletln. 2U3tw
WANTED Position by young experi
enced man as bookkeeper or sales
man; bCRt of reference. Address
11. B Ilulletln. 2051-lw
WANTED lly nn experienced ac
countant, n situation In tho city;
has been 13 years on plantations In
these Islands, but now Intends to re
main In Honolulu; first-class refer
ences. Address 1. X. L., Ilulletln of
WANTED lly young mnn. experienc
ed as bookkeeper or clerk, position;
Qrst-clnss references. Address I'. O.
box 827. 20321W
WT.ED.-iir, " yr !!rnVnf;0mJi;? ,
Coast, nosltlon as shipping clerk
best references. II. E. U., Ilulletln.
WANTED lly young married man,
work of any kind. C. F., Ilulletln.
WANTED Position hy young woman
as nurse or governess for children.
A. C. Ilulletln 2032-lw
WANTED Position by young man as
bill clerk. II. A., Ilulletln.
WOULD like position ns watchman
or porter by mlddloagcd man. F.
E-. Ilulletln. 2032-lw
WANTED Position ns night watch
man; best of references, ndustrl
pus, Ilulletln. 2051-lw
GARDENER Herman, practical, un
derstands gardening In all Its
branches, wants situation; prlvato
family. H. F Ilulletln. 2032-lw
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
jver offered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Uonds furnished
to any amount for tho mnn holding
poitlon as guardian, postolllco olU
rial or any oihcr position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
WANTED Two rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, tor light ..ousekeeplng.
11. L. Benbow, care M. H. T. & L. Co.
WANTED -A bookkeeper. Address
N. X., co e Bulletin oliice, giving ref
erences and stating salary.
WANTED A small dynamo, from
about 10 to 30-llght capacity. Ad
dress L. I)., Bulletin olllce. lslw
WANTED Property owners to know
that plate glass can ho Insured from
any form of breakage at Tho Ho
nolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
WANTED 500 men to shavo for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St.; flvo whlto bar
i O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, llrst-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Bcretanla St.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConneVs. Garden lane. 2035-tf
TO LET A good four-room cottago,
with kitchen, bath room and modern
plumbing, on slope of Punchbowl;
good garden nnd excellent vlow of
city and ocean. Apply to A. II. R.
Vlelra, 1441 Miller St., above Punch
TO LET Cottages off School St. nr.
Nuuanu, $15 and $17. On Insane
Asylum road. $12.50 ami $G.50. P.
E. It. Straucb, 32 Campbell block,
31G Fort St. 2031-lm
TO LET Roomy bath tub. with cither
hot or cold water ami all modorn
Improvements, tail at Silent Bar
her Shop. 2019-tf
TO LET Rcsldcnco of J. Cassldy,
Wnlklkl. furnished good bathing;
vncnnt January 10th. Apply Water-
houso & Podmoro. Bethel and King.
FOR RENT Largo furnished room,
with use of kitchen, also other
rooms. Fort St. Houso, cor. Vino
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
suite with privilege of light houso
keeping, 714 Fort St. 2058-lm
ROOM APCn BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite. large, airy
rooms; tablo board If desired. 144
Berctanla St. 1slw
THE LOS ANGELES 15ft Fort St.;
nowly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonablo 1930-tf
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent lour of tho
strongest flro Insurance companies.
FOUND Tho Cnnton Marino Insur
ance Ofllco, Ltd., at Honolulu In
vestment Co. 2051-tf
Weekly edition of the Bulletin 11
WANTED German girl to tnko care
of children. I. I)., Ilulletln.
203 1-1 w
WANTED Young girl to do general
housework. A. M., Ilulletln.
FOR SALE Reclining rubber-tired
go-cart, almost new. Enquire lubo
Fort St. 2nJ8 lw
rou SALE Farm of 1G ncrcs, with
house, all Improved nml fenced, at
llonokan, Hawaii. $13(10. House and!
lot, Kewnlo. 30x100, S00. House
and lot. King St.. t!0xl20, $3000.1
part mortgage, part ensii. Lease-
hold. 20 years on King St.. near Ll
lihn. 77x200. House nnd lot Manoa
Valley, 77x200, $1200. One fine gen
tle driving horse, suitable for any
lady. Inquire S. Decker, wIOi V. V.
Wright, King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE At a bargain, choice lot
of ferns, palms, crotens and other
plants. Enquire 1252 Young street,
Walklkl of JNIkol. 2059-lw
FOR SLE-ubber.tlrcd go-cart al-
most new. Knqulre 15G5 Fort St.
FOR SALE A medium sized black
gelding, sired by Son of Sutnn;
shows Bpecd. Apply Jim Dodd.
Uracil Place. 2037-tf
FOR SALE Cheap Near electric
car line, a nearly new modern 6
room cottage, lot 50x100; electric
lights, porcelain bath, sanitary
plumbing, trees on ground; $200
cash, balance on mortgage and In
stallments. Address J. II. Cum
mlngs, Postoftlce. 2037-tf
FOR SALE California canary birds;
fine singers, Knqulre Madamo Lam
bert, cor. Vineyard and Punchbowl.
20 5 5-1 w
FOR SALE Furniture of 5-room cot
tage, all first-class; easy terms;
privilege of renting cottage. En
i quire first cottago on Emma Square.
FOR SALE CHEAP 18-your lcaso of
newly mint cottages and 1 nowly
built stable (GOxCO feet) on Pnuoa
road, near bridge, with following in
cluded; G flno horses, 1 Burrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair slnglo harness, 1
pair double harness, 1 carriago pole.
A bargain at $3500. Inquire of JOS.
FltlAS, Fort Street, opposlto Hack-
FOR SALE Houso nnd lot, desirable
location on Prospect Street, and
commands (lno view of ofoan from
Diamond Head to Wnlanao moun
tains. Houso has 70-foot veranda
and contains following rooms: Dou
ble parlor, dining room, three bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stnbles nnd ser
vants' quarters on premises. Yard
laid out with fruit trees, some of
which nro hearing. Slzo of lot IGOx
120 feet. To be sold on easy terms,
inqulro of JOS. FRIAS, Fort Street,
opposlto Hackfeld's. 2031-2W
FOR SALE Horse nnd phaeton; horso
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost now. K. C. 1)., Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Ilulletln of.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula," as sho now IIcb In tho hur
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, la
perfect working order, and Iibb been
of late used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle.
Apply at this olflcc. 2035-tf
"Tills talk about the big canal which
Is to connect the two big oceans," said
a citizen who went over the Nlcaraguan
route BeVcral years ago, "reminds me
of a curious thing 1 saw In Lake Nlca
ragua during my trip through that sec
tion of the world several years ago.
And by the way this lake Is one of the
prettiest and most remarkable bodies
of wuter In the world In many respects.
The water Is fresh but the lake,
strangely cnorgli, Is filled with sharks,
a novelty whUh alway Impresses tho
man who crosses the lake for the first
time. Tho volcanoes, nbout which so
much has been mid nnd written, arc of
courte Interesting, but they arc very
tame affairs, mid simply attract atten
tion because they are volcanoes. Tho
fellow who expects to s"e fire and mol
ten lava oozing out of theso peaked
Islands In Lake Nicaragua will bo bad
ly dlsuppolnted. He win see only a
steady smoke pouring from tho open
ings on top of these Islands, a smoke
us thin as the mist which usualy hov
ers above the lagoon on a heavy, damp
morning. There Is no opwalng of Arc
nnd lava. But what I had in mind was
the curious way In which the vessels
load cattle at points on the lake. I
have seen the derrick used at many
points to hoist cattle into the larger
vessels, hut I never say them lifted out
of tho water until I crossed Lake Nica
ragua. The rattle arc driven through
a gato Into the lake. It Is an easy
matter for the men to get the ropo on
the horns because they nro practically
helpless In the water, and cannot jnovn
about and UoiK'ti vith so much expert
ness. When the lasso lands around the
horns tho ropo Is pulled taut, and slow
ly the member Is pulled dripping liter
ally nut of the sen. It Is a sort of
fishing game, nnd there Is no chanc
for the flh to break away frm tho
line. Realty it Is an Interesting sight,
and tho men become experts In the
business. Driving tho cattle Into tho
water '"lltates the work and saves
much tlmo In loading." New Orleans
It Is understood that by the com
promise nKrecmcnt entered Into be
tween the Democratic factions the posi
tion of boss Is hereafter to' be filled by
flvo men. This makes tho outlook
gloomier than ever for the Chicago
taxpayer. One was costly enough.
Chicago Inter Ocean,
A. C. CORREA Attorney at law; 68
Merchant St., next to postofllco; Tel. I
F. M. BROOKS ..ttorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 341.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kan
humnnu St ; Tel. .S81 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorneyat-Law,
ma Kaabtimanu St.
OARDNER K. WILDER Attorncy-nt-law;
I. M. LONG Omces 3-33 Campbell
bldg.; Tel. Mnln 278.
E. J. WALKER Coltco Broker; room
I. Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp.
I'aclflc Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; lls8 Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness ,
and whips; Hcrctanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELrxS BUILDING, GIG Miller Street.
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
mercial Law and Adjustment Agen
cy; rooms 10-1G Magoon bid. Tel. 328.
DR. DERBY Fort nnd Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dcntnl Col
lego '92; Masonic Tomplo; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 4G Bcretanla St.;
oHlco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice
dress patterns, flno linens, white
goods, laces and trimmings, Rich
ards near Hotel St.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, i...to bldg.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Main 58 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mgr.
NIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Fort St.; Tel. Wnlto i8l and Main
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St.. opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
G21 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggage express
and drayago; Tel. White 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer: ofilce, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Uluo.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue. j
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty: 712'Fort St.. Orpheum blk.;
Tel. G81 Blue.
F AVEIROS Groceries; Berctanla.:
Walklkl of Emma St. i
SACRAMENTO BUSINESS MEN
PROTEST- AGAINST RECIPROCITY
Tho text of the resolution against
Cuban reciprocity passed by tho Sacra
mento Chamber of Commerce Is as fol
lows: Whereas, aggressive efforts are being
made (o secure the passugo by Con
gress of a measure admitting sugar
grown In Cuba free of duty Into this
country, und other products which en
ter Into competition with tho horticul
tural and agricultural products of Cal
ifornia and other States at greatly re
duced rates of Impost, and to secure
the passage of tho Cummlngs bill, cut
ting down the-dutlcs Imposed generally
upon citrus fruits.
Be It rcBolvcd by tho Sacramento
Chamber of Commcrco that the Sena
tors and the Representatives In Con
gress from California In particular,
and Congress In general, are earnestly
urged to consider that the pre3ent duly
upon sugar between this country and a
country so proline n producer of sugar
as Cuba cannot bo abolished without
wrecking the beet ugar Industry of
California and other Stales ap Indus
try that under present conditions In
rnpidly proving onj nt tho moa: im
portant Industries !n tho State ami Na
tion, and Is destined, If the nurturing
hand of the Federal Government Is still
permitted to shield It, to ndd to tho
State's Invested wealth through lands
put to profitable cultivation, anJ In
the Increase of home-loving farmer
population, a hundred-fold more than
can be received through n measure that
can only add to tin profits of well
Be It resolved, further, That the Con
gressmen of this and other Stawn ho
lcmlndcd that the principal Industries
of the Pacific Coast are horticultural
nnd agricultural In their character,
and that the same protection which'
the grower of fruits and the gtowci of
farm produce cheerfully grunt the
Eastern manufacturer, nt the expense
of greater cost of living necessities nnd
supplies, must In Blmple Justlco bo
' granted for tho upbuilding of our iTom-Imouwcalth.
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
ald. Fort St., opp, Club Stables,
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFQ. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, I'. 0.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stabics; 1'. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN King St., near Fort;
Tel. 290 Main.
'.HAIRDRESSING AND MANICURING.
MISS M. E. WYNN Richards near
Hotel St.; halrdrcsslng, shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; 'icl. 621 Uluo
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Lovq
bldg.; latest In novelties.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER-,
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel. I
ELLI8' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Metropolc Ho-I
tel. room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru-)
ments; studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 2G4 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. next to Lovo
bldg.; cholco lino of new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Bulterlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN minting nnd paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso and
Thoat; olllco at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; ofllco Alakca
St, lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
ofllco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Bcretanla Ave.; Tel. Bluo 821.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estato.
also to grant marrlago licenses;
58 Merchnnt St.; Tel. Main 115.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real estate hand
led to best advantago; houses rent
ed; loans negotiated; houses built
at lowest prices; 32 Campbell block,
316 Fort St.; Tel. Main 278.
I AMY LENNON Stenography and
i typewriting; 13 Kanhumanu St.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nn
uanu. Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg.. GIG Miller St.
J. P. RODRIGUES Merchant tailor;
722 Fort St.. opp, liackfcld lildg.
unuic a. tnnmen imioring ana
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker nnd
embalmcr; Fort St., opp. Club Sta
bles; Tol. 52 Main: res., 1482 White.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
ehrnnnmoter maker: 79 Merchant St.
Ha It resolved, still further, that
while wo feel the greatest sympathy
for the efforts of a neighboring ucople
to attain wealth and pro&poi lti and
while we will gladly lend sucn people
whatever wo may In Justice to our nvn
equally deserving and equ.il! hard
working people, believing as wo lo that
the Introduction of Cuban sugar Into
this country duty frte will uotrtsult
in material reduction of the coii'lo the
consumer, but merely In InereEUJl
profit to the wealthy refiner, we urge
upon our Congressmen to Impress
upon the law-making brnndi of the
Government the fact that there n.-r nu
drmands of philanthropy, nnd no espe
cial claims of tho Cuban people, which
call for the taking of bread fiom tlm
I eedy mouths of our own chlldieii of
Industry to put Into the mouths of the
commercial offspring of a neighboring
Finally, be It resolved, that wo urge
upon our Congressmen the vital ne
cessity of making every possible effort
to accomplish the defeat of measures
so menacing tho interests of the Pa
cific Coast as the Cummlngs bill nnd
the Cuban Reciprocity bill, nm of re
manding tho application In its full
meaning to this section. wIiLm draws
Its sustenance from tho fertlb soil, as
well as to tho EaRt, rich In projected
manufactures, tho following principle,
asserted by Picsldcnt Roosevelt In his
nejsage to Congress:
"Reciprocity must be treated ns tho
handmaiden of protection. Our firM
duty Is to see that thi protection
Ert-nted by the tariff In cery eno
where It Is needed Is mulnralncd, nnd
tlint reciprocity bo sought for bo far
ns it can safely bo done without Injury
to our home Industries,"
A mathematician Is trying to figure
out how big heaven Is. It might be bet
ter for him to first make sure that he Is
to hava a personal Interest In the solu
tion of tho problem, nut perhaps he
has already attended to that. Roches
ter Democrat and Chronicle.
' W IB""""7TZ-iiZZ"""'"""""""(""""WttalMfi Wiii fc
LIEUTENANT GENERAL NELSON A. MILES.
Lieutenant Ccncral Miles Is no longer the army's xpokesmnn nt the White
lloute. His action In IiiiIoi-hIiik the opinion of Admiral Dewey In the Schley
Uhe earned for him it rebuke from President Roosevelt. Just now General
Miles Ik Miylng nothing at nil, but further developments are expected.
TEMPERANCE WORKERS SOUND
JND DECRY LIQUOR TRAFFIC
(Continued from page 3.)
enness to be n culpable failure on
the part of an ordinary Individual to
conduct himself and control his desires
In accordance with the ethlcnl stand
nn of his times. But whatever Its
or.F.ln, nnd whatever Its relationships,
drurkenness is on tho way to mental
dentil, and unless n stronger factor In
tervenes to check the process, the
drunkard and his seed after him are
Dr. Gnnghofner of Prague says that
"In tho nBylums of America. Englnnd
nnd Holland, the totnl number of In
sane from drink Is from 15 to 20 per
cent, nnd In Fiance from 20 to 2o pet
Dr. Lee of Philadelphia says three
fourths of tho criminals, one-half ol
the diseases, one-third of the Insanity,
fliree-fourths of the depravity of chil
dren and young people nro caused by
Dr. E. L. Williams, commissioner ol
lunncy for Colorado, says In his report,
page 211. that It Is his opinion that In
toxication Is far mightier cause ol
mental disease than all other causes
put together, and then ndds: "The
last census of the United Stntcs shows
that there has been a most alarming
Increase In the number of lunatic
and Idiots during the last decade.
While the population has Increased
hy 20 per cent, the Increase of the
Insane Is given ns a little over 155 pot
Dr. Andrew Macfarlano. In his mon
ograph. "The Duty of the State to the
Insane": "The average tile of an In
sane person Is 12 years, and costs the
State $5000 for care and mainte
nance." In 1900 the fncts showing tho Impor
tance of drunkenness as a cause of
Insanity were so conclusive that Dr.
Cloii8ton In tho Roynl Edinburgh Asy
lum Report, says: "Taking tho admis
sions to the West House alone that
Is. working people generally and con
fining the enquiry to men between the
nges of 25 and GO (me chlct earning
period of life), I find that 53 of the
total of 124. or 42.7 per cent, were ol
those In which alcoholic excess wan
assigned ns tho predisposing or ex
citing cause of their Insanity."
Dr. Howe found, on careful Investi
gation, that 50 per cent of all tho Idiots
In Massachusetts examined by him
were the children of intemperate par
ents. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes made
the characteristic observation that
','thc patient mnv always be saved If
the doctor Is called In tlmo; but ho
should be called two or three hundred
years before the patient is born."
Cause of Drunkenness.
The cause of drunkenness may bo
considered as organic and environ
mental or. In other words, thirst and
opportunity and to tneso two lactois
must be devoted the energies of rem
Prohlnltlon does not prohibit. How
ever. It diminishes the urunkard s oc
casions of drunkenness. Ho will not
stop drinking becnuse ho must travel
far in order, to drink,- but he will bo
more seldom (nnd perhaps more thor
oughly) drink, Yet tho Importance, to
the persons who are about to become
drunkards in very different nnd It Is
In tho preventive value of those meas
ures which prohibit tho liquor tralflc
or restrict Its license nnd hours that
relief must bo looked to.
According to Welssman.
According to w'elssmnn, the elemen
tary mechanism of reproduction Is all
but independent of environment and
unlnlluenced by changes Initiated dur
ing the life of the Individual.' Acquir
ed conditions, therefore, morbid or
otherwise, cannot bo transmitted to
posterity. Tho peculiar nervous or
ganization, favorable to tho acquisition
of a paitlculnr character, Is all that
can bo transmitted; tho force of cir
cumstances docs the rest.
The speaker said he had nothing to
Bay rcgnrdlng local environments. He
sold, further, he was not versed In the
how or why, but the man or woman
who sinks tho God-glvon luo In tho
abusive use of alcohol Is a coward and
unworthy to bo classed as human.
Warden Henry's Paper,
Warden Henry's statement on "Pris
on Statistics and Experiences" was
read by Rov. W. It, Wcstorvclt. It
showed n great Incrcuse In tho per
centage of drunkenness for tho last bi
ennial period. Mr. Henry goes on to
We havo confined In Oahu prison 95
convicts. Soventy-flvo per cent re
plied to the question respecting the use
of Intoxicating drlnka thnt they hnd
been accustomed to use such lever-
"'-l- '-UMWi hi.V
aces either occasionally In small quan
tities, or habitually as .moderate drlnk
ers, or so ns to be known as nam anu
in the Evening.
The evening conference wns held in
the Y. M. C. A. hall. The address ol
the evening wns made by W. R. Cas
tle. Following arc extracts from this
"I think that the subjec. of the bu
loon, and wtfat to do with It Is a most
difficult matter to tackle. It Is uimcult
because the saloon Is not only firmly
rooted in the habits of civilized races,
because It has acquired a pTaco in
tue habits of our forefathers and is
as strong today In the position is occu
pies as before, but the saloon has also
a well recognized position In law. It
has certain recognized rights that are
guarded by law until tt has become
called the 'poor man's club'. Says one
; writer: '$500 admits Eomc men to luo
excluslvo clubs In tho great cities; $
admits a few men to the Young Men's
Christian Association, a social club,
but five cents admits tno multitude to
the waimth nnd good fellowship of the
New Relations by Annexation.
"Annexation has brought about
some new relations In tho liquor ques
tlon tu Hawaii. Tho laws which cre
ated Hawaii a Territory provide that
all the laws of this country not incon
sistent with the Constitution of ths
United States shall continue to exist,
hut It also Btates tba American laws
nut applicable to this coiyitry shah
not apply hero In section 55 it maken
tne very Important point regarding tha
sale of and dealing In Intoxicating
liquors as prohibitory except ns an
tho'izeil and restricted by tho laws ot
tht. Territorial Legislature. Taxing
ihe.n- things altogether we find out
liquor truffle Is pretty much under our
ovn control nfter all. Thet there Is
not so much chance for Intcrferei ee
on the. part of the Federal Govern
ment. By a series of decision'.-. tl.ti
Supremo Court of tho United Sta'.n
ha held that absolute prohibition -s
within the powers of the States It
has held that the question of the rlg'ii
to sell liquor, that Is, by license Is
one which the Supreme Court will not
review. The entire course of legisla
tion, or rather the action of tho courts
of the United States, Is such that we
may expect help In this Territory rath
er than hindrance. The Internal rev
enue laws came uere by the act of an
nexation. The United Stntcs rather
looks upon the liquor question as n
practical, legitimate source of Income
and the taxes that are put upon liquor
ari.' leally quite remarkable."
Laws of Importation.
"Our laws here, with regard to tho
Imputation of liquor nro repealed hy
the Act oi annexation and everything
that pertains to duties is repealed.
Wo undertook to pronlblt absolutely
Eome things) but that Is now done
nwny with. To begin with, the whole
saler: Our law says a license may bo
granted to nny vender of merchandise
lo a wholesale dealer in liquors. For
this a lee of $500 with a thousand-dollar
bond Is required. Tno next Is the
dealer's license, for which a $500 fee
Is required nnd a, bond lor $1000. 'iho
dealer can soil In lots not less than a
dozn botties. etc. Next is the retail
er's UcWnse, and he Is the man who
has tho saloon. Tho tax Is $1000. wit.
a bond for $1000, xno laws regu
lating the sale of liquor havo almost
made the business respectable, as far
as this community Is concerned. It Is
hedged In In such a way that a great
deal of it that might bo bad had been
After Mr. Castle's speech came a
general discussion. W. C. Weedon
said that the death knelt of the snlnnns
would be sounded by prohibiting tho
Unfile by night, contlnlng it to the
hours of daylight nnj closing tho su
loonB at the same hours other business
houses lock their doors. Mrs, A. II.
Otis and Mrs. O. M. Whitney song
"Tho Beautiful Shore' very effective
ly. Tho meeting was concluded with
the singing of-the Doxology.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
' All druggists refund' tho money If 11
Inlls to euro. fcj. W. Grove'n signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
In the Fuer Bin The Anthracite
boio Itself very haughtily these days
I'Tiiitbe hau't ton!" It observed, com,
placently. "Hot!" sneered the Bitu
minous. ',' You're not so warm, at that;
and as for being a ton, you know you
aro a scant 1800 weight," The Kind
ling In the corner piped up, saying
'something about glass houses, but It
wns only occasionally that the Kind
ling cut ice. Puck,
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
SENATOR QUAY STARTS
IN LAYING MS LINES
Solid Delegation from Pennsylvania
Already Being Talked of--Trip
South Not All Bait
The Washington Tlmoi of Jan. 1C.
7 he organization of a Roosevelt
piopagnndn, the object of which U to
tune n practically unanimous delega
tion from each State to tho next Re
publican National convention, Is onfl
of the strong political probabilities.
The first ot tho Stato organizations In
the Interest ot the nomination of Mr,
Roosevelt is credited to Senator Quay
of Pennsylvania. That gentlemen only
tcturned from Florida a few days ngo,
but It Is not to be assumed that he de
voted all his time to cutting halt and
fishing during his stay In tho South.
Tho Pennsylvania Senator has n
habit of setting hand lines In Pennsyl
vania for the capturo of caucuses anil
conventions while ho Is engaged In
pulling In tarpon on n twelve-ounce rod
from the waters ot the Florida Penin
sula. He Is non-committal as to his
luck In connection with the Pennsyl
vania hand lines, but he docs notleny
that he has planned a solid delegation
from the Keystone State for Rooscve
"It Is reported, Senator," said a
Times reporter to him recently, "that
you aro organizing n Roosevelt ma'
chine for Pennsylvania fn 1904, Do
you care to say anything nbout It?"
"I have had no oportunlty to rend
the papers today and don't care to say
anything on the subject at this tlmo"
Then the Senator smiled nnd went back
to 'the Senate chamber.
Ono of the Senator's closest friends
today said: "That Mr. Quay should
declare for Roosevelt need surprise no
one. Ho was a Roosevelt adherent
for second place on the ticket nt the'
Philadelphia Convention In 1900. It
Is because of this fact that Scnntor
Quay Is largely responsible for the fact
that Mr. Roosevelt Is President today.
"It is to be expected that Mr. Quay
will be for lilm In 1904, nnd It Is per
fectly safe to predict that he will car
ry the entire Pennsylvania delegation
with him for Theodore Roosevelt for
first place on tho Republican ticket In
BRITISH TOJMCCO USERS
That things are not always what they
seem, even In tobacco, is plqunntly re
vealed by the report Issued recently by
the principal chemist of tho govern
ment laboratory. The cheap cigar,
however, Is not such an unblushing
fraud ns once It wns, so that Calverley'
warnlng to freshmen, Manillas vocat,.
hoc proetcxlt nomlno caulcs. Is now
less needed. But wo must still nof
trust too much In tho namo: the mos
we often can hope Is that tho tobacco
grew at tho placo whose name It
bears, for a largo number of "foreign"
cigars aro manufactured In England,
because leaf tobacco pays a much lower
duty than the cigar Itself. Tho law,
however, has to fight against adultera
tion, and In tho main, as wo gather,
does It successfully. Some "additions"
are allowed, as necessities or Improve-'
ments; but a certain number of man
ufacturers. If given an Inch, try to
take an ell, by always mixing with the
tobacco as much as possible of any in
gredients that may bo legally used. A
little water, for lntnnce. Is required, J
hut not enough materially to Increase
In roll tobacco a small quantity ot
some kind of oil Is wanted, but some
time ago It was found that both this
and cako tobacco from certain factories
contained much more oil than was Jus
tifiable; also that tho amount was
gradually being Increased, and tho
practice was spreading, probably be
cause others were doing It in self-defense.
Nor wns this tho only adulter
ant. About a year ngo action was
again taken, and the legal limit fixed
nt 4 per cent. That a check was need
ed Is shown by the fact that forty-four
out of slxty-ono samples were found
to be adulterated one-fourth with
cither licorice or glycerine, tho rest .
with salicylic acid. It Is satisfactory
to learn that a substantial penalty was
Inflicted. It Is well tho article should
bo pure, now that tho consumption has
bet omo so large. For the year ended
last March 82,221,918 pounds of leaf
tobacco and 3,348.203 pounds of manu
factured were Imported Into the United
Kingdom. Rather more than 2,000.(
pounds of this was airaln exnortcd.
over 83,400,000 pounds remained, and,"
we suppose, had for Its epitaph pulvls
et umbra snuff and smolto. In fact,
we use on an avcrago a little over two
pounds a head yearly. Tho Increase
lias been marked during the last ten
years. From 1841, when a little less
than fourteen ounces n head was con
sumed, there had been a gradual rise
of something like three ounces a dec
ade, but during tho last ten years the
annual consumption hns been Increased
by seven ounces. This Is mostly due"
to the habit of cigarette smoking,
which has extended to women nnd Is
the delight of street urchins. The cus
tom has its drawbacks. Loudon Stan
dard. Is Mr. Rockefeller going to stand on
the letter of his agreement and with
draw his offer of $200,000 to Barnard
college now that she hns failed to
raise a like amount olsewhere, or wlfl
he graciously relent? Guess again.