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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T THUI19DAY. FEB, 6, 1D02
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WANTED Sltimtlon ns salesman,
clerk or freight clerk. have been In
business ten yearn, rcfeiences. Ad
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keeping for two or three Bmall
llrma; references. Address 1), Bui
letln ofllee. 2060 lw
YOUNQ man from California wishes
liosltlon as stenographer. It E. L..
Unllctln ofnec. 5053 lw
WANTED lly a German 22 ears ot
age. position as driver of anj kind,
well acquainted with city and out
tide districts, nlso engineer helper
or oiler Address, German, this of
flee. 205S lw
WANTED Position by joung man as
coachman or any kind of work. H.
V A. C. lUlllctln. 20501W
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Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week 30c
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Per line, one month . 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
jver offered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Uonds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
position as guardian, postoffleo otll
clnl or any other position of trust
Honolulu lnestment Co 2051 tt
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANTED Two rooms, furnished or
unfurnlsned. tor light ..ousekeeplng. j
11. L. Denbow, enro m. H. T. &. I.. Co.
WANTED -A bookkeeper. Address
X. X, cn.e Bulletin olllce, gllng rer
erenccs and stating salar). I
WANTED A small dynamo, from
about 10 to 30-llght capaclt) Atl
dress L. P. Uulletln olllce. IbIw
WANTED Property owners to know
that plate glass can be Insured from
any form of breakage at The Ho
nolulu Investment Co 20",1 tf
WANTED 50 men to shave for 13c.
Jeff's, 43 King St ; five whlto bar
FOR SALE Choice eggs roi sotting
Apply Jim Uouil. beach place
FOR SALE Cheap, turnltuie lor suv--n
room house, with privilege of
renting; leaving city, no reasonable
ofter refused Call thild houe Trom
Alapal on Klnau. lutiS-lw
FOR SALE Reclining lubber tired
gocart almost new. Enqulio lubj
Kort St 2Q3S lw
FOR SALE Farm of 16 acres, with
house, all Improved nnd fenced, at
Honoknn, Hawaii, $1500. House and
lot, Kcwnlo, 50x100, s00. House
and lot. King St., 00x120, $3000.
part mortgage, part cash. Lease
hold, 20 ears on King St., near Li
lihn, 77x200. Houso and lot Mnnoa
Valley, 77x200. $1200. One flno gen
tle driving horse, suitable for any
lnd). Inqulro S. Decker, with V. W.
Wright, King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE At a bargain, choice lot
of ferns, palms, crotenB and other
plants. Enqulro 1252 Young street,
Wnlklkl of Pilkol. 2039-lw
FOR ShLE nubbor-tlrcd gocart nl
most new. Enqulro 1505 1 ort St.
FOR SALE A medium sized black
gelding, sired by Son of Sutan;
shows speed. Apply Jim Dodd.
Beach Place. 2057-tf
FOR SALE California canary birds;
fine singers. Enquire Madamo Lam
bert, cor. Vineyard and Punchbowl,
FOR SALE Furniture of 5-room cot
tage, all first-class; easy terms;
privilege of renting cottage. En
quire flrst cottago on Emma Square.
FOR SALE CHEAP 18-year leaso of
newly built cottages and 1 newly
built stable (00x50 feet) on Pauoa
load, near bridge, with following in
eluded; 6 flno horses, 1 suircy, 1
new hack, 2 pair single harness, 1
pair doublo harness, 1 carriage pole
A bargain at $3500. Inquire of JOS. I
FUIAS. Fort Street, opposite Hack-'
FOR SALE Houso nnd lot, desirable
location on Prospect Street, and
commands flno view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanao moun
tains. House has 70 foot veranda
and contains following rooms: Dou
ble parlor, dining room, three bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stables and ser
vants' quarters on premises. Yard
laid out with fruit trees, somo ot
which aro bearing. Slzo of lot ICOx
120 feet. To bo sold on easy terms.
Inquire of JOS. FBIAS, Fort Street,
opposite Hackfeld's. 2051-2W
FOR 8ALE llorso and phaeton; horso
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost now. K. C. 1)., Bulletin. i
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress II. M Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle.
Apply nt this nfllco 2035-tf
TO LET Five room cottage off Wul
klkl road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hnwn. Tramwuys of
fice, Punahou. 2064 tf
A RESPECTABLE lady can Bccuro n
centrally located room by addiess
Ing K- L-, tills office. Itefuit'itces
exchanged. 2s lw
'iO LET -Newly furnished looms, sin
glo or en suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold wator, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretanla St.
Ails, will be Inserted FREE.
WANTED Herman girl to do genernl
household work nnd aro for chll
dren. Mary, Uulletln olllce.
TO LET Furnished front room nlso
barn with eomfortnble Bleeping
loom attached -130 Lunnlllo near
1'ensa'oln 2004-1 w
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs
McConni-1 a. Garden lane. 2035 tf
TO LET Furnished room, with or
without board, electric lights, etc.
Ti7 l.itnnllln l -nrtn.1 vt I
.KING ST. SHAVING PARLOrtS
TO LET Furnlsned room, with or King St opposite tho You,.;- build
without board, In a private family ' fg, three barbers In attendance
In town. Inquire nt Uulletln oITlce.l Chnrics Moltcno, proprietor
TO LET A good four-room cottage.
with kitchen, bath room and modern
plumbing, on slope of Punchbowl;
good garden nnd excellent view of
city and ocean. Apply to A H. 11.
Vlulra, 1441 Miller St., nboe Punch
TO LET Cottages off School St. nr.
Nuuanti. $15 and $17 On Insano
As) him road, $12.50 nnd $0.50. P.
i:. It Htrnucli, 32 Campbell block.
310 Fort St 2051 lm
TO LET Iloomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water pnu all modern
Improvements, 'nil at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET ncsldonco of J. Cassldy,
Wnlklkl, furnished good bathing;
vacant January 10th. Apply Water-
houso & Pod more. Bethel and King.
FOR RENT Ijirgo furnished mnm I
with use of kitchen, also other'
rooms. I oft St House, cor. Vine-1
yard. 2038-lw I
FOR RENT-Furnlshed rooms. 1
BUIto with prlvllcgo of light house H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
keeping. 714 Fort SU 2058-lm mcrclnl Law and Adjustment Agon-
ROOM AND BOARD. '
NEWLY furnished suite, largo, nlry
rooms table board If desired 144
Beretanla St. Is2w
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
1 proof- terms reasonnblo 1930-tf
LOST Pass book No 19,3 Bishop
Hi-turn to bank.
LOST-V black alligator pocketbook 1
containing in. papers and receipts,!
uuiwc-eii iiereiunm anil .Miuanu or
Kmma or Vlnejnru. Stamped W. J
Gallagher Inside. Finder return
lug same to this oflke can keep
money. 2s lw
LOST Mnny thousands of dollars
thrnitcll npclnctlni? tn lmvn atnnl. '
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent lour of tho
strongest Are Insurance) companies.
FOUND Tho Cnnton Marino Insur
nnco Ofllee, Ltd., at Honolulu In
vestment Co. 2051-tf!
8urgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
ItHMOVLl) to new office. 1140 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5.30, 7 to 8, Sun
days, 9 to j..
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFEICk, Main ))
HOURS II A. M. TO 1. I H I
I TO 1 1. M i TO t l. M.
Box Soi. Sundays tt- p m.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
I Uivw Building, Fort Street
' Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320,
' . ., .!. .
' 5. T. DREfER
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in Electric Supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
E W. Quinn,
1'iiti'onxfVc of 0vncrn, ArcliltcctH
unci UulldcrH Hollcltcd.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
When Peking was Invaded by tho
troops of tho foreign powers last yenr
an old gun carriage was taken by some
of tho Boldlers as n relic. It wan of
mahogany, and was found on tho walla
of Poking. Pieces of tho wood came
Into Secretary Hoot's possession, and
ho had tho pieces turned Into walking
canes. Ho has presented ono to tho ,
President nnd ono to each member of i
A. O. CORREA Attorney at law; 58 CITY SHOEING SHOP-L W. McDon
Merchant St , next to postofTlco; Tel. aid, Fort St , opp, Club Stables.
F. M. OROOKS .ittorncy; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg , Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kan
humanu St ; Tel. iSl Main
J M, DAVIDSON Attornoy-at-Law,
109 Kaahumamt St.
GARDNER K. WILDER
law, Knnhumnnu St.
M. LONG Offlccs 333 Campbell
bldg ; Tel Mala 28.
E. J. WALKER Coffco Broker; room
4. Sprockets bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp,
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MeOONALD &. LANQSTON Contract,
ors and llullders; lloS Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Ilcrctnnla near Fort St.
CIUAHS AND TOBACCO.
ELkS BUILDING, C1G Miller Street,
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23-27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel,
POLLUTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT,
' cy; rooms 30-16 Mngoon bid. lei. 328.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHw-S Dentist,
1154 Alnkea St , olllce hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH i'hlla. Dental Col
lege 92; Masonic Tcmplo; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3, Mott
Smlth bldg.; hours 8 a. in. to 4 p. m.
' DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Beretnnla SL;
"'"co hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W' ,BA,KB.A-C,ar:1 ""S,r?inE nnd
B"""nlnS- r00'" 2- '-" '"
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnverlcy blk.; Tel.
621 Blue, pkgs. called for and del'd.
;. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago express
and drnjnge; Tel. White 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrlcnl engineer; nfllce, 1313 Wil
der Ave . Tel 3441 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near KultuI (Jioccrles,
Fruits and Tobaccos
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty: 712 Fort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel. 681 Blue.
F AVEIROS Oroccrles;
Wnlklkl of Emma St.
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EVENING BULLETIN'S Bindery.
Hanna Makes Speech
On Behalf of Labor
New York, Jan.' 29 Thcio was add- The Hague. Jan 28. It Is ascertain
ed Intciest In the annual dinner of tho cd thnt Dr. I.ejds Inspired the Dutch
Board of Trade and Transpoitntlon nt Foreign Secietnry to tender good
the Waldorf-Astoria tonight Besides 0lIUcg to Gu-nt Brltulii In bringing
Its original object, that of encouraging abollt understanding with tho Boer
closer nlat oi.s between capital nnd , ,, Th Sece, ttIia tmb
abor, tho dnto was that of the flit) , ... , . ., , ., , .
eighth anniversary of the With ol 'lvlM'd 'y Professor Aszer, he liter
William McKlnley, and tho feature ol """ Jurist. Dr Leyds Is the Luro
tho night was Senator llanna's speech. IK'J 'epresentatlve of tho Transvaal.
Senator Hnnna was not down for a ,,nd Is upparcntl) attempting to draw
speech, but spoke of tho relations be- Mr Chamberlain, the British Colonial
tween capital and labor, nnd on the Secietury, to disclose the terms con
navy and merchant marine. Ho said, illtlonal upon tho waiving of Indepen-
"I am ono of .hoso who havo ai rived
nt tho conclusion that the hirers of la
bor havo a duty to porform, as well as
tho laborers having n duty to perform
to their employers. . nsk you busi
ness men, aye, I plead with you, to
pausu in tho middle of your daily avo
cntlonB and think It there is not some
thing )ou enn do 10 bettor tho condl
tlons of your fellowmen. The wealth
from our Industries Is nil lost If wo
don't uso It to help ovcrybody. It was
this thought that brought tho feeling
to mo that tho tlmo had arrived when
n better feeling should exist between
lite employer ami mo employee., i
feel that the organizers or woiklngnien
uio woiklng earnestly and honestly to
Improve labor conditions. It Is to
great organizations of business men
like this that wo look for cooperation,
and. not only that, but for )inpathy
and active support '
Entire War Taxes
May be Repealed
Washington, Jan. 29 Tho Republi
can members of the Ways and Means
Committee held a prlvnte tonforenco
tonight nnd decided to frame a hill for
tho reduction of wnr rovenuo taxes bo-
foro proceeding further witn tno suu-
Ject of Cuban reciprocity. It Is pretty
lully understood that tho majority Is
prepared to favor a measure effecting
very largo reductions, amounting prnc-
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King 8ts , Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp, Club Stnbles; P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN King St., near Kort;
Tel. 290 Main.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jowcler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
nt the PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL ME8SENGER SER
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; ".Mignon, ' 1021 Bercta
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
MiibIc furnished; Motropolo Ho
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. 264 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St., next to Love
bldg.; cholto lino of now millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Buttcrlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN fainting nnd paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso nnd
Thoat; office at Eyo and Ear Infirm
nry, Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HODGINS Eyo. Ear,
Noso nnd Throat only; ofTlco Alakea
St., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAV, M.D., CM.
-520 Beretanla Ave.; Tel. BIuo 3331
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 2J8
Ileretanln Ave.; Tel. niuo 821.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots anl
residences for snlo; 307 Stnngen
wald bldg., Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real cstato.
nlso to grant marrlago licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Mnln 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. M tnb PANTHEC
AMY LENNON Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Knnhumnnu St
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, pnnnma hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing Elks bldg.. 616 Miller St.
J. P. RODRIGUES Merchant tailor;
722 Fort St., opp. uackfcld Tildg.
GROTE & CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant SL
Peace in Sight for
Boers and British
London. Jan. 28. Arthur Balfour.
tho first lord of the Treasury, the tall.
thin, ascetic nephew of tho Premier,
electrified all England late this after
noon by announcing unexpectedly In
the course of a iasual debate In the
House of Commons, In
answer to n
question by Laboucherc, ns If it were a
matter of Indifference, tho fact that the
Dutch Government had submitted on
Saturday formal official overtures
looking to peace In the Transvaal,
tlcally to a repeal of the entile war
taxes nnd aggregating about JCS.OuO, -
000. The restriction of recent hear-
Ings to beer and ten led to tho belief
that reductions might be confined to
incso two nrucies, nut mo sentiment
r, ' T'' ': : ' .T?r...V,": ,uv,tHe product from Hooding the Amerl-
At tho conference today it was the
Iiiovalllng vlow that as Cuba has been
tho causo for Incurring the wnr revo-
nuo tnxes, tho burden Bhould bo re-
moviMl from this country before consld-
erlng tho extent of relief to bo granted
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
All druggists rotund the money if It
falls to euro. b. W. Qrove's signature
Is on each box. 26 cents
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Send the weekly edition of the Dul-
letln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
Masked Dancers in
The Calico Ball In the drill shed last
night was a signal success. Tho lull
was rl ready being filled nl S o'clock
nnd when, at about S:30 the music be
gan, the floor was swarmed with danc
ers In heterogeneous costumes, while
the long rows of chairs along the sides
and nt the makal end of tho hall, were
thronged with spectators, many ol
whom could not even get scats.
The decorations of the hall, which
had been done with exquisite taste by
a committee of Indies, added much gle Walker as dominoes, Mrs. C. B.
chnrm to the gnlly colored scene which Cooper as nn Irish washerwoman, Hor
the manj colored costumes of thti -ice Craft ns a ragtime man, Frank
dancers presented. Vlda as a Japanese. James Mclnciny ns
Along the walls, nitlstlc arrange-1 "Poker," a number of H. Hnckfclri &
ments with palm loaves nnd bamboo
tops Interlaces with vines nnd daz-.
zllng crimson flowers, made the hall a I
thing of beauty as well as of comfort
It 'being very noticeable Indeed l.ru
night thnt the heat which usunlly nt-' Jefcnte Glffaid. Village Maiden: Mrs,
companies n dance at the drill shed Bender and Miss Nellie Kltdhen, Wat
when the walls have been hung thick- teau gowns; C. H V. Norton. Pierrot;
ly with flags, was to a great extent Mlis Irmgard Schaefer, old fashioned
absent nt the dance. gown and large red hat; Miss Luc)
Overhead, stretching from corner to Itoth, Night; Miss Irene Dickson, red
corner nnd meeting together In tho gown: Miss Kate Vlda, lei woman;
center of the hall, were long Btrlngs of Miss Mary Wlddlfleld, Wnlter Dllllng
varlous banners which, wafting of tho ham and Ilobert Shingle, three figures
costumes of the dancers, made a truly in black; Miss Kate Cornwcll, Fencing
dazzling picture of manifold colors iz. Girl, Mrs. Mary Mott-Smlth Bird, cos
constant motion and change. I tunic of the period of 1830; Miss Thorn
r-nttumix 38- reJ costume with morning glories;
oilglnal costumes on the floor that it h
difficult to enumerate them. Hula glrl.
Wattcaii" girls, domlnos. clown.,
Ipqtors Jnnnrefip R.illni-n n Pprslnn iHrl.
Jesters. .laparj-se sailors, a Persian girl
"Night," "Morning." Directorate pn
rlod costumes nnd many others, ming
led In giddy confusion over the floor.
Professor Bciger and his band did
their part handsomely nnd the dancing
was long-lasting and merry, the cou
ples often exciting laughter by the lu
congruous combinations of costumes
The lancers was possibly the mix'
Interesting and spectacular dance for
tho onlooker to vvntch. the odd combi
nations of the various, multl'-olorcd
costumes swinging forwards nnd b.n k-
wards In the long chains being veil
Among the costumes the most nl-
glnal and grotesque was probably the
one worn by Tarn 51cOrew who wjj
decked out in nn absurd nifd utlerlj
comical hula girl's garb with a rustling
grass hula skirt. In this costume tho
popular )oung society man defied the G P.iils. The music committee. Mrs.
detection of his Identity until tlK c B Cooper and .Miss Bacon,
masks fell nt about 10 o'clock. I Patronesses.
P'0" I The patronesses were as last )eai,
Among the other costumes eight polo Mrs. S. 51. Damon, 5Irs. E. K. Wilder,
girls created n sensation espcclall) Mrs. A. 51 Turner. 5Irs. Mdry Wlddl-
nmong the polo enthusiasts present, field. .Mrs. F. A. Schaefer, 5Irs. F. 51
They were noticed by every one jij Swanzy, .Mrs. W. F. Allen, .Mrs". B. F.
they arrived a little late and marched Dillingham, Mrs. F. 5t Hatch, Mrs.
two by two around the hall, carrying Manning Phillips. 5Irs. Walter Hot
on their shoulders miniature polo mil- niann. Mrs. H. E. Cooper. 5Irs. E. W
lets The Identity of the octette was i Joidan, 5Irs. 51. 51 Scott, 5Irs. A. T.
puzzle to many bcfoie the time of un Atkinson. Mis Arthur Brown, .Mrs. J.
masking. Miss Onrdle 5Iacfarlane T McDonald, Mis. 1. S. Walker, 5Irs.
.Miss Helen .Macfarlane. .Miss Lad) Hail) Lewis, 5Irs. George Herbert.
5Iacfnrlnne. Mrs. It. A Allen, MlM Mrs Thomas Hobron, 5Irs. W. T.
Bates, Miss Marlon Scott. .Mrs. J S Fieai. Mis James Spencer. 5Irs. Mey
Wnlkir and Lieutenant Hanrmk era Mis S C.Allen.
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HAYWOOD PRESENTS HAWAII'S
WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE
Washington, b. c., Jau. 24. (Spe
cial) The House Committee on
Ways und Means today gave another
hearing to those opposed to any con
cessions being made to Cuba, especlil
ly so rar as cugar Is concerned. Tht
Interests represented this morning
were those of one of our new possw-
slons, Hawaii, and representatives of
thc beet sugar manufactures. Whoa
the session commented, there weia
present In the room several farmers
who had come all the way fiom .Mlcht
gan to listen to the debate on n ques
tlon which means so much to them, for
It was hrought out today that fron tin
sale of beets to the factoiles, tho farm
ers of that Stato have been able to pay ,,!e just as much advantage us Amen
oft moitgages which they would hiv um citizenship gives to Hawaiian.
noen powerless to do otherwise. Tin
Bltuatlon was placed befoie tho Com-
u'ttco in the strongest manner po-.-
slide by II. II. Bradley of .Michigan
repiebentlng the agricultural InteresU
of his State. No less forclblo, though
somewhat modified, were the claims ot
Hawaii, as put forth by their represen-
tatlve, William Haywood, long In the-
consular service of the United Stntej
former Consul General at Honolulu and
, at nresent the resident attorney hen
of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asset
'Mr. Haywood, In his nrgument. made
a very valuable suggestion to the Com-
raltteo regarding the situation. Ilu
said that Cuba claimed her sugar out-
put amounted to only 330,000 ton
1 yearly. He argued, therefoie. In case
tho duly should he reduced, Congroi
rhoutd bo legislate ns (o limit the lm-
pottatlon of Cuban sugar to the
flgUies mentioned and thereby keep
can " Mr Haywood gave some
m lutereBtlng facts lcgardlng the
lal,or situation In Hawaii, explaining
tmit ' annexation, Hnwnll lost her
lJ'Bt source of labor supply sugar,
giving up all these advnntuges for
what slio thought would be a free pro-
tected market. He said the piohlbl- ing Cuba lemember that vvell-regulat-tlon
against Impoiting Chlneso hail ed charlt) begins at home" In ex-
(i auueu greatly to tne cost of producing
their only staple sugar He doolared
that Hawaii, being as It wcio tho In-
fant of the American family, was na-
turall) diffident In making suggestion
regarding legislation of national lm-
portance, that sh,o was not opposed to
Cuba being assisted and was willing to
were the wearers of these pretty cos
A great character In jellow which
! Its uproarious fun making caused
laughter from one end of the room to
the other was nlso a puzzle until tho
removal of the mask discovered tho
genial faces of Dr. Herbert.
Among the rest of the costumes were
Miss Kosle Cunha, as a dimming Per-
Man maiden, Miss Belle nnd Miss Mag'
Co 's clerks In crazy-quilt costumes,
Miss Helen Lemmon ns n "cowgirl"
and Harrj Davison In n directorate
Other costumes were ns follows: Miss
Ml.. Doris, girl In )ci.ow. Mrs, Hun,:
berg, girl In red. Miss Alexandra
Gertz, Hearts and Diamonds; Miss
d' 01Ue, 0rcenanav C09tume:
... . . -
Mlss Sajies, lllma girl; Mrs. William
Montrose Graham, lauhala; Miss Led
crcr, afternoon tea: Albert Cunha
General Skate;" Leon Tobrlncr, shirt
waist gill, Mrs, H. Bcrger, milkmaid.
The floor manager was Dr. 51, E.
Grossman, assisted by Fred Angus, S.
Allen Walker. John Soper. Frank Arm
strong and C. A. Mackintosh, nil ot
whom, as a badge of office, wore waist
coats of spotted calico.
Mrs II. A Uenbeig was In general
i harge of the committees, ns follows-
Advertising. Mrs. Soper nnd Mrs. An
drew Fll,.eri ie executive committee,
Mrs willlam M. Graham. Mrs. C. 'B.
Cooper, Mis S. 51 Damon, 5Irs. A. O
Hawes, .Mis. E. D. Tenne). 5Irs. J. S.
Walker. 5Irs. S. E. Damon. The re-
frcalunom committee appointed was
Mrs. Hair) Lewis. 5Iis. Brock and
jris. C. V. Foster The decoration
committee. Mrs. Aithur Wall and 5Irs.
stand her share of the expense of help
ing the Island, but that she did object
strenuousl) to being plnng-l ;nto
bankruptcy that Cuba's absentee sugar
planters might be put on a moie favor-
able footing than she. Hawaii, he said
produced practically nothing that she
u4"d food, clothing, machinery, nnd
In fact evet)thlng but n few vege-
tablss came from the States, and the
on!) thing she had to pay with was
sugai. ' I undeistaud." he said, "that
about !'0 per cent of those who will
piotlt b a loueilug of the duties on
C'pban sugar;, uie Spanish and Am
ericans. To give CilUe n fiee nui'-Uet
foi sugai will be to give an alien P'O
Cuba enJo)iug the additional udvan-
tage of not being obliged to conform
to the btilngent laws legaidlng laboi
ami imnilgiatlon. The people of Itu-
wall have been snuggling munfullv fui
the past thiee )ears to meet the as-
sessments on their stock to pay for
the Immense amount of plantation mn
chlneiy bought In the States, and now
wuu to enjo) the lewaids for thelt
confidence In Amur Iran ninteetlnn
Mr n.inmi ni.i n. e,,c,to ,i,
Hawaii had the proud distinction of
being the one Tewltoiy In the world
who'r American shipping piedomluat-
ed, 82 per cent of the products of the
Islands being carried In American
ships "This shows," said the speaker,
"that Hawaii is the one Territory In
the woild wheie American commer-
clal Influence Is not onl) supieme but
Is steadily advancing. The expansion
of tiade Interests In the Pacific ocean
which Is sure to follow the gieat in
te.natlonal piojects now under way In
the far Ea,t will Increase tho volume
and value of Hawaii's comineico every
)eai and In time she will become the
cential depot of this great traffic. Ha-
wail exchanged these advantages for a
free prote ted market I do not bo-
lleve Cuba can offer as much. In lieln
plaining how much more It costs to
produce sugar lu Hawaii than In Cu-
ha. Ml Ha) wood mentioned one plan-
tatlon In Hawaii which paid $3U000 n
month tot- coal lu pumping wnter from
wells to lulgate tho taml He nlso
said the cost of laboi vvas enonnous
compaied to Cuba, $100,000 having
been expended to bring 21,000 peoplo
from Porto Hlco. "And when they ar
rived,' they were so emaclntcd," re
marked 5tr. Haywood, "that It required
three months to fatten them up before
they were able to work." Ho said
there were 40,000 laborers employed on
the plantation In Hawaii, the skilled
laborers receiving as high ns $85 per
month and the others being paid $20,
which Included free house rent, fuel,
medical attendance, food nt cost and
exemption from taxation.
"Would nny reduction In the tariff
ruin the Hawaiian sugar Interests?"
asked Chairman Payne.
"I hope not."
"What reduction could you stand,"
continued Mr. Payne.
"That," returned Mr Haywood, "Is
n rrither embarrassing question. I
don't know that I can nnswer It safe
ly." "Oh, you must make It safe," laugh
ed the chairman.
"Well, ten per cent," returned 5Ir.
Haywood after somo thought.
"Oh, that's safe enough," said Mr.
Payne, In so mournful a tone that nil
his colleagues laughed.
5Ir. Bradley's plea against free trade
with Cuba was an argumeirt rrndo from
the farmer's standpoint. The farm
ers tn the States where the beet sugar
Industry is flourishing nre bending
their energies In that direction, Mr.
Bradley said, with the assiduity of n
duck taking to n puddle. "Raising
beets has been a God-send to them," to
them," he said. It has provldol them
with money to pay off mortgages,
which It would have taken yeirs to
procure In other wnys, If you gentle
men could only realize, tho great bene
fits accruing to the agricultural Inter
ests of a number of tho Northern and
Western States from beet growing,
)ou would never take nny steps to de
stroy such an Industry. Why, for ex
ample, take the little town I eumo
from. In Michigan. A few months ago,
$400,000 were paid to farmers In that
section for their beets and the mancf
at once went Into circulation."
Mr. Bradley put a few political digs
Into the ribs of the Republican party
when he slyly Intimated that a blow
struck at the farmers by a Republican
administration and a Republican Con
gress, would not bo forgotten by them
when voting time camo around. Ho
threw a little bomb Into the ranks ot
the sugar trust peoplo In producing a
telegram which he received a few da) a
ngo from J. D. Dtimont, Chairman of
the Chamber of Commerce of tho city
of Detroit. The telegram read "Oscar
Stlllman has left for Cuba. Sent by
Havcme)cr with orders to buy or get
under option all lands available for
cone raising. Gentlemen can testify
positively to that effect."
Mr. Bradley had hardly finished
reading It, when 5tr. Richardson of
Tennessee, leader of tho Democinilc.
minority, asked to sco the telegian.
He read It carefully, as did the ot'vr
i members of tho committee, and i buzz
of comment went around tho room in
tne spectators discussed Its effect on
the Committee. In closing, Mr. Brad
ley said the farmers were tho bone and
sinew of this country and anything
tending to lessen their strength would
lessen ttic strength of the country,
"And I certainly hope you gentlcme.i
will consider well before )Ou take anv
steps towards favoring Cuba In pief
erence to your pwn people."
Heywnrd G. Leavltt, a sugar bee',
manufacturer of Nebraska, devoted tha
ten minutes allotted to him In charg
ing the sugar trust with corruption
and fraud. "They aro making mis
leading statements through n subsi
dized press." he declared bitterly, "and
their argument Is, that every man hai
his price and that a man who cannot
he bought Is n fool. They have a
corruption fund of $15,000,000. They
are." ho said, passionately, "the most
odious and Infernal monopoly that
ever cursed this any other coun
try." He nlso charged tho trust with
buying the Cuban sugar crop In ad
vance, asserting that nearly all this
) car's crop had been bought by their
J. A. BRECKONS.
Definite Action on
Washington, Jan. 28. The first defi
nite and decisive step toward tho
building of a cable between the United
States, tho Hawaiian Islands. Guam
and tho Philippines was taken todny,
when tho Interstnt" Commerce Com
mittee. voting S to 7, agreed to report
favorably tho Corliss Gov eminent
ownoishlp cablo bill.
The bill agreed upon today provides
for Government ownership. Tho cablo
Is to be American made and laid and
Is not to exceed In prlco by more than
10 por cent that asked by foreign man
ulactiireis. Ten million dollars Is giv
en ns tost of ..to cablo, $500,000 of
which Is mado Immediately available.
The Postmaster General, the Secre
tary of War and tho Secretary of the
Navy aio authoilzed under thu bill to
negotlato for connections from 5In
nlla to China and Japan. The rate of
toll Is to be 25 ccntB a word to Hono
lulu fiom tho United States, and 50
cents a word to Manila. An amend
ment to tho bill was Inserted provid
ing that the cablo shall bo landed nt
tho American end "from any point In
California." Instead of at gan Fran
cisco. Chairman Hepburn voted against re
porting tno bill nnd there Is likely to
bo n minority toport.
Bulletin. 7 ner month.
Sealed enders will bo received by
tho Supeilntendent of I'ubllc Works
until 1 p. m. of Monday, .March 31st,
1902. for fuilllshlni- tho Itntunllnn Hnv.
eminent Cust Iron Pipe, Special CaBt-
iiibh. vuives, i.ead, Hydrants, und
Sneclflcatlons nn flln In nI nt
Supeilntendent of Public Works
llio Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho rlpht In rnW nnv
or all bids.
JA5IK8 H. BOYD.
Supeilntenuent of I'ubllc Works,