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EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1606.-
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Published Every Day Kxrept Sunday,
at 120 Kins Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by ths
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON.. Editor
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HULLUT1N PUIH.ISIHNO CO., L.11).
by C. (1. UOCKUS,
fjubecrlbcd and swtirn to lifl
fore me ihls 22d ihy of
ISEAL September, A D. 1901!.
1' H nUIUNETTH,
Xolary Public, llrat Judicial CrTcillt.
.SP.I'T 22. 13U0
AMERICANISM IN HAWAII.
. Ilrturreetiuii of the old carpet Dag
ger crj is a lecall of old times In Hit-
wall that Is next door to the petition
for a return Jf the 'erfele monarchy.
if doesn't hnve any effect locnlly nB
the malice of It wob ex.noed long ago.
And among those new to llm Inlands It
In mi Iniinediale examplo of the nar
row bitterness of u very small fne
flnn flint tins iiinslRtciitlv foiiuht reiv
I'' movement to liberalize conditions In
Hawaii along Anicrli.in Hno3.
American citlens resident In Ha
waii who assisted III establishing loitil
fcelf-EOwrnmeiit under tho picMiit
County law wero charged with being
carpetbaggers pocslbly on tho tlKory
of tlje nltorne) who mils his opponent
names to cover bis own weakness. 'I he
tampulgn for local self Riivernmeut
won out ns II must nlwiijs win In
every section of thn globe tinder thn
Tlc fart that u few men nro artists
nt calling American citizens names has
never stopped the progictts of Ameri
can Institutions even In the right III-
i . . tie tight little IMands of Hawaii.
I no iiirpeiiHipger erj w.m iv,
raised when American cltlrrn of the
Islands objeiled to any foim of con
tract labor under tho American Hag.
Iheio Is no ncusHlly In dlsiusH wlilcli
side of the ionlroeisy won. The la
um dlsappiared long ngo.
If memory Herws mriectly Iho car
petbag snarl his not heietofoie been
connected Willi 111" poieililal,i1lor ol
nsklug thaftho llnltiil States shipping
laws shall bn rclsed In order that
' Amcilcau coniuicnn may hue furlher
prei,tlg thiough Amvrlinu pioducts
being -can led In foielgn bottoms.
Tin re was a time, when Hawaii waJ
planning to upMt tho whole Ameileiiii
Belieme of government, that muiih id
our good people culled Hlreniiouidy for
nn nmeiidmint to American shipping
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lilWD, nilllHJ ill lli'wi iin-ii, iiunrn-t.
had tho advantage of n few months lit
Washington and found that they woie
losing more friends by pioposlng nld
to foielgn ships than they could pos
sibly regain for oilier piojetls of n
more importaliUoeiil clnrailcr.
The eonsequeni o was that u good
shamof our people saw the advisabil
ity ot following tho American plan of
supporting the ship subsidy hill whiili
will proiln ninple Amirlian ships foi
American roiuuierco and lucldentnlly
l'.n fur Inwards iunklng certain tho
conslriirtlnu of a new steamer for the
new Hue In whldi thn Southern Call
fornlaus are Interested.
"American ships for American coin
merre" pet forth In Hawaii ns a inr
pethsgger slogan gHes mainlnnderH an
opportunity of obtaining a closer Mew
of soiiui of the underground lulliienrei
that ihilm an nnxlily to Aiueilennl
Thero was n day when men asking
for an American form ot gm eminent
Id Hawaii weie terunul earpetbaggcin
.grafters or (something quite na swiet
l!ut floternor Cniler In his Inaugural
nddtesa pledged lilnrelf to gmciumcnl
of, by nnd for the people.
'Honest history lecords n period
slum anneMatinnvwhen It was treason
o suggest that Hawaii needs moie
Ameilran elllrens or those ellglblo lo
beronin ArncrUnn rltlrens. Among n
erlaln element It Is Mill ft erlmo of
llm old order.
Hut not long ngo Piesldent, House
vflt wrote Secretary of the Terrlloiy
JtkliiF(iu, who Is also chairman of the
Tenltnrlal Iloaid.ot Immigration
"I will help you In every way In
jour purpose to'securo a white popula
Hon of actual land tillers 'who nt!
imall land owners." Which -noulil
Indicate that the American policy In
Hawaii lias faltly strong backing and
the carpetbagger song has not Imped
(il Its progress though furnishing pleti;
ty ot noise along the way
Commissioner Dr. Nelll of the He
pattme'nt of Commerce ond Labor says
In his teport on Hawaii that there au
some here " who nre of American
descent nnd even of Amotion birth,
hut whose louq residence hi the Islands
has blunted their appreciation nt
fundamental Anicrltnn political 'con
ceptions. There are many special considera
tions In the matter of l'cdnnl nppui
prlnllnus, ind Kuropean or American
Immigration to which Hawaii Is on
u)ct nil, ft 1cl .C!t) ,,0 lrs,nnlP,.
S'"" u "'"l? nny
lonnihtlon principles of our conntr
Ttic llulletln Ins nlvvnyii held Hint Hi"
merhan Idea Is to nsslt In the milii-
tcunnco of a fieo Rovernment by a flee
people Tor such consideration Ha
wali'H clllicns am working unllrdly
nml earnestly The. cause Is Just and
we shall win out.
Jlawall Iiih had some warm politics
and plentj of blller strife biit It ha
yet to be rerouted Hint an American
illlsen In Hawaii Is frlghiened "or
ashamed at the throalR or the sneers
tint have emanated occasionally fioni
;i gang of unltniilcnts, would-be dic
tators, or wcll-ineaulng men In error
It Is only nmnng a select few in this
Teirltoiy that walng tho American
Hag ((institutes a cardinal sin.
Cause of Comment
Komo "of the local brokern this
loieuoon piodlctul a dull stock mar
ket, though not necessarily a fall in
prices, for the next week, on account
of tho peculiar drop of beet sugar.
Ueeta on the lTth were reported ub
celling nt !U1 1-4, the parity of which
lo -I.Olt, but on tho 20th they were
leportcd at 0.0, parity 3.00. No ona
baa no for attempted to explain this
drop, oapcelally ns with n predicted,
Uiort crop of beets nnd tho I evolu
tionary imnements In Cuba Inllucne
lng inno sugar, the prlco wns, oxpect
id to rise rather than fall.
While tho drop In beotH was tho
cnuso of sonio commeiit on the street
It wns not looked upon as serious, It
being generally eoneevded that the
price of stocks would not be material
ly affected thereby unless It shouM
keep down for n much longer perioii
ot tlmo than was anticipated. Hellvf
tamo sooner than expected, however,
lodaj's quotation nhowlng beetK nt
a.'.i, pnrliy 1.04, an appreciable rail).
Tho Tloyal Mall steamer Mlowera,
Cnpt. Krank A. Hemming. nrrHed In
pint early this mornllng from Vlci
lorl.i. She came around Diamond
Head nbout 0:20 and was tied up at
the dock nt 8:20. The lllowern lett
Vnneomer on the llth nnd Victoria .
day later. The voyage was unevent
ful. I.lfht southwest winds w'ero ex
peileiued during the early days of the
onge, tho we.ith as ft whole being
lino nil tho way across.
Alexander Young Hatel
Absolutely fireproof, flnatt
eultlns, elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :: ::
H. HERTSCHE MANAOER
HONOLULU, T. H.
a) liailiu (
It 3ir.2Jbn 15W M .
jAjriV. iook.co Dno
Maklkl District, Klnau 8t. Lot
60x90, Six Rooms, Price $1000
Puunul Tract, near Country Club,
manhlflernt bulldlnrj site, $1000
Kallhl, cor. Lot at Qood eleva-.
tlon, 105x150 $700
Kalmukl, half acre, Just one block
from Car line $800
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT,
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT 8ti.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts,
K. FUJITA & CO.
FANCV DAMDOO ARTICLES MADE
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI ST.
THAT LOS ANGCLCS-HONOLULU
LINE JU8T TITS IN WITH AM
BITIONS OF THIS KEY OF
THE VAST PACiriC OCCAN
MAKE FIRST MOVE
PLENTY Or PRODUCTS TO EX
CHANGE TOURI3T0 WOULD
riND THIS PLEASANT ADDI
TION TO WESTERN TRAVEL
Merchants of Honolulu Interviewed
by members of the California stuff Is
suing Tliurxilayfi lliillellu, expteusci
theiuselvns un being hiaitlly III far
of establishing trade iclatlons will
Southern California. The follow In,?
question .ib propounded til them:
"What do jou think of tbf extending
of trade relatloun between Hunnll ami
Owing to the departure of mall
Meaiuern many ot tbu luercbaiitH (ould
not be Been, lis they wire tngaged in
the usual mall rush, but Jlioao who
were seen, all fxpiesrud tlicmsolted In
(nor of the proposition. '
(1, W Smith, president Merchants
Ahftocliittcui I believe that If a steam
chlp lino Is eslnhllshed between Ho
nolulu and San I'edro. a benelll would
be luuferred on both ' Hawaii and
Southern California. At present the
Honolulu merchants are' getting many
things finm the Hast, San PrauiUi-o,
Seattle, and Portland, which they might
Just nB well buy In Los jAngeles. Ha
waii particularly wanlsi n poitlon of
the large tourht trade, which Califor
nia cnjnjs. especially Ua Angeles. 1
hcllete Ibat It (inninerrlat relations nre
established between Hawaii anil South
ern California, Jhe business men In
Iho latter place will Hliiiut n good a it
of their tourist trade to Hawaii, pio
vlded we send It back the B.uue way.
so that both communities will bn ben
efited. 1". J. Lnwrle There can be no doubt
but that the local merchants would bn
glad to extend their Hade relation's to
Southern Culllornln. However, tho
people over thero nro In sf heller posi
tion to take tho first step, ns they know
better than wo do what their products
are. It has, for InMunc'o, been said
here that there are not many pmdurU
from Hint section of the country which
wo can use here. It is not u manufac
turing country, and 1 do not believe It
produces much bay and grain. Iho
fortlnnd iiienhnntH sent a representa
tive Ijcre who gave us exart facts an to
what they could do. I think It is up
to tlie Southern California inerchnntH
o do the same thing.'
W. W. Hall I think the relations be
tween Southern California nnd Hono
Socrates Lived in a Tub
It was his own. He understood the
pleasure of ownership.
He Owned His Home
Many unthinkingly pay rent year after
year. Let us sell you a home or a lot,
to that you may
Own a Home Yourself
ond not -pay tribute to a landlord. If
one can build n house and afford to
rent It to you It certainly look as tho'
It were cheaper to build or buy and
pay rent to yourself.
"Jrent and company
933 FORT 8T.
add, that Is this they will
wear just twice as lopg as the
Ladies Guazc Cotton, blk, 35c
Laclics Plain Lisle, black, 50c
Ladies Silk Lisle, black, 50c
Ladies Lisle Guazc, black 50c
lulu should be much closer than they
are at piesent. This depends entltely
on the question of transportation. lf
n steamship line could be established
between San Pedio nnd Honolulu, a
gteat deal of trade between them
would result. Of course most of our
trndo has been In the East, but n part
of It I am n:caklug now of our line
(hardware) could undoubtedly be
thrown over the Southern California
Zeno K. Myers I believe the thing
is feasible, and that It would benctlt
both Hawaii nnd Southern California,
hut I think that the Initiative Bhould
cftmc from the other end, ns (hey, with
their resources, which are much larg
er than ouis, would be far better able
to give the plan n good start, Once a
move wits' imdt, by them In thn right
direction the hearty co qperntlon ot
the merchants of Hawaii would be In
suted. That Hawaii would be bene
fited Is beyond n doubt, About 300
tourists arrive dally 111 Southern Cal
ifornia, nud we should have a good
portion of them "
Tonight nt 7-30 o'clock tho Ttepub-
Henri County Committee, both of tho
lourth nml lift li Districts, will meet
nt headquarters. It Is prolmblo that
tho meeting will bo held nt tho new
headqunrtera on Merchant street,
above the Hawaiian New.s Co.'a store.
Into which tin party paraphernalia
Is being moved today. Tbu purpose
of the meeting la' mainly to perfect
Iho orgnnlrnllorrv appoint n treasurer,
and executive committee) It Is ulso
oxpccled that the various cnndldi.ten
will be present, nnd possibly It will
ho decided when the nctual campaign
work, with stumping tours', etc., will
The Democralo nro now rendy for
their convention, which they will
hold next Mondiy. They l'nond jo
kill two birds with one stone, hording
their Tcrrlloilal convention nnd
County convention on the mime day.
Ih; former at 10 o'clock In tho morn
ing, nnd tho latter nt 7:30 o'clock at
night. It In ci('(ted that tho Tcirl
forlal convention will be over In time
to illow Iho out-of-town delegates,
whose strainers depart In tho after
noon, to return Monday.
Tho Democrats, for some reason,
wanted their rattens last night kept
absolutely hecret. Strict seeiecy wns
rnjnlucd on nil tho delegates who nt
tended, and piomluuit leaders ot tho
parly today expressed themselves rath
er Indignantly over tho fart that
"somebody niusl havn blabbed," giv
ing the names on tho ticket 'to the pub-
While somo of Chnrllo Chilling
worth's hrnrbmeii claim that Col. Mc
Carthy hud promised not to run for
Senator, hut would lakn the nomlua
Hon for Supervisor Instead, In order
lo put no KMslbtn (.tone In the way nt
Chllllngwnrth'H siicviks, this is denied
by MiCurthy, who states that while
ho Is friendly disposed towards Chll
llngworlh, be maiUi no such promise,
Tho Home Itijlers will havo their
eonviiillou nt Notley's hall (in Kiikui
Ftteet on Monday forenoon also.
WAY 10 HONOLULU
lly nuxt Tuesday It Is expected that
tin) Mongolia will ho In port from
Midway, not a great deal tlio worse
for her experiences on tho reef, Sho
Is on tho vyny hero now, having left
for Honolulu nt H o'clorU lust night
under her own stonm. It Is not
Know n whether or not sho Is bringing
any passengers, tho advices received
making no mention of this detail.
Notwithstanding tho extensive pre
parations inn do for her relief, tho
Mongolia got oil tho rect wllho'uPns
Klstnnro, l'art of her largo had been
Jettisoned, nml anchors wero laid out
In nccordnueo with tho Instructions
wired by Captain Metralf, to whom,
piobahly, at least n part of tha credit
Ik duo for tho saving ot tho vessel.
Ho wns nt all times In closo touch
by cnblo with the Htinuded vohscI and
was In charge of operations from Hits
cud of tho lino until ho sailed nn tho
ItcHtorcr Thursday night tor Midway.
Tlio Japanese training ship Allega
ta wan Btundlng by, ready to nil
dir any assistance that might bo re-ipilreil,-
but sho was not culled upon
to aid, nud hnH sailed for Honolulu.
Two of tho vosscl'H holds wero 'to
lotted u ho tilled with water, but
latest advkoH wero lo Iho effoct that
her pumps wero nhlo lo lal.o raiuiif
HiIh, Temporary repairs will he
niailo hj'io beforn tho ship pioeeeds
lo tho Coast. It In lint believed that
her lujiiileij, mo nt all'scrlbus, and
shu will In all piohuhlllly bo In neav
Iv us good (oiidltlon when she leaves
Honolulu an, sho was before she went
No attempt was made to stop tho
lahleshlp Koslorer, which had left
for Midway a faw-hniiiH beforn the
Mongolia was floated. Sho will pioh
i.lily meet tho Mongolia, but will go
en lo Midway. Captain Metenlf and
Captain rillshuiy will probably bn
put aboard tho Mongolia and hioiight
bad: to Honolulu,
' A, 1). lloud nnhed on thn Mlowera
W. A, Klnnoy canio In today on tho
HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN CURED
PELVIC CATARRH BY TAKING PE-RU-NA.
1 ' ' ' i
Headache,. Backache and Weakness Are Symptoms
of Pelvic Catarrh.
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Recommends Pe-ru-na to Other .nyOpK ?9VPLLH
Sufferers. 'V&WiilKM:? t' M? lvaLIIIIHl
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Mlsa Kdlth Heams, 720 North Main
Day ton, Ohio, wrltoa 1
"1 suffered far tome time with both
I and fomalo troubles.
I had been under the treatment of
tphyilclan for about nine months
obtaining any relief, when Feruna
t ommended to me.
"After taking; twelve bottlee of thii medi
Cine 1 havo completely refrained my health,
"1 am ploased to recommand l'eruna to any
one suffering from tho abovo ailments."
Till: organs or the peltU, llko other
Internal organs of tlio body, aro
lined oy mucoiu inembranci.
T hese membranes are liable to catarrh
the tamo at tho mucous membranes In
any other part o( tlio body.
J'elvlc eatarrb may bo caused by the
extenoonof catarrh from other parts or
Or.ltmay bo brought on by overwork,
by Irritating dlicbargea and by excesses
ol various kinds,
'When the organs of the pelvU once
become the scat of catarrh, various de
rangements arise wblcb are called Oy
For special directions everyone 'should read 'The Ilia of Life," a cop y
runa, la for sale by the following drugglita and will aupply the retail trad e
Smith & Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
SAN .FRANCISCO, Cat., Sept. 21.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s, 9d. Parity,
Tumi Hllo and wny ports, per Hlmr.
Klnau, Sept. 22. It. C. A. l'etcrxon, V
II. Whltln, C. Hidtzer, Jns. Stephen, C
Wllllnms, J, O. Cniter, 11. Holmes.
T. Hawllns, It. llo.'s, K. Dm hholtz.
Mrs. W'i II. Smith, Mir. M. Kuhaullo,
Mrs. (!. Madeira, II. 1'.. Kims. 1. A
Kun, Miss M. Melner. A. J. Walt. 1).
K. Metzcr, 1). I.yeurgus, Cro. Oshornn
Mis. A. V. Child, J. 1'. Ilenlo, H. IV
lMlelholnnl, Mis. 3; U VnlcihnlnnC,
Miss K. Wight, Miss M. Wight, Mrs
II. W. M. Mist, Master W. Mist, Mrs
i:. C. Ilond, W. .Merseherft, Mrs. W.
Mciseberg, Senntor I. P. Woods," Mrs
K. Wundenbiirg, Xlaster I'odmoro, Jns
Olhli. !'. M. U-vvls. J. T. MiCroason,
N. Kay, H. W. llreckons, R. 11. Hendry
It. A. Kenrtis, W. 'A,' Kinney, T. 'W.
Grclg, I). Morton, Jr., Muster It. Mor
ton, M. Vlerrn. Mrs. S. I.jlo, Mrs. J.
Kealoba, S. I.jlo, J. Kealoha, Jan. T.
Taylor, A. V. I'eteirf, II. U Hudson, U.
1. llerrlck,' Miss M, Ku'uli.ine, Hev. H
H. Tlmoteo; Jlrs. H. S. Tllnoteo
The Chamber of Commerro ban ,
Rliue I'. C. Jones declined to ueiept
the rnln of delegal'o to tho Mohouk
convention, been looking for soiun
other sultnbln person to renresent li
there, nnd Is nowengaBcd. In negotla
lioiiu for the piirpo'xi.
"Wo hnvo In mind I M! Hutch nnd
Mr. McClcllan," said J. I. Morgan,
who Is clulrmnii of the commlllre
which has tho mutter In rhnrgn, thli
nfternoou. "Wu havo hent a cable
gram to Hatch nsltlng him In accept,
but wo received no niiMvcr from him
Thn Klnau hioiight tho following
cargo today: 1' borne, 10 pigs, lu bags
Ian), 15 bundles hides, 16 r rales chick
i,iih; 17 bags iurios, 33 hags coin, -.'
hags empty bottles, 37 hags cabbage,
,'7 parkuges tank material, 3S empty
kegs, SU bags polstoes, 40 cotds wood,
232 packages Biiudrles,
The Mnrcnntllo riiiitlug Co, Is now
located at tho old Itoht. flrlcvo Print
ing Co. stand, Meicluint street, over
Iho Hawaiian News Co, .
fJBJ Fins Job Printing at the Bub
t writes t
I feel that all
rilllllllMIIIMIII t- IMIIII
A long list ot diseases, which cannot I
bo iHscumcd In putille print, some oft
them peculiar to tlio female sex, others
common to both soxo, aro euuicd by
catarrh ot tlio pel via organs,
local treatment does not seem to bo
ot any use.
Homo ot the organs are so, located as
to bo beyond reach,
l'eruna ts an internal; aystomle rom
edy. 1 v
It reltoves catarrh wherever located In
the human body.
Thoutanos ol cc of pelvlo catarrh
have tieen relieved liy the internal use of
w i s.m :??,?; -mi'.', nmmmNmmmmmm'M?i
. war j
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CREAM PURE RYE
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LOVEJOY &CQ., Agents ; '
902-804 NUUANU STREET. ( PHONE MAIN 30.
? r IMPORTER8 AND DEALERS 'iNFINE WINES LlflUORC
Just Received, a new Stock, among which
will be found many new designs. A
Large selection at all Prices at
H. F. WICHMAN & Co., Ltd.
LEADING 'JCwfeuERS. ; .
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Year With N Rellef-lfMfth
Restored By Pe-ru-na.
iniiinitiiini a mm
Calwell. box U7, Uai'htUU. Ttan..
"After doctoring for jttt and finding no relief
from loucorrliea'reialUne from prolapsus uUrUaad
! which was sapping my llfo forces away, 1 Anally,
tried 1'oruna, and when I tonnd that It ,wa, kalaOf.
1110 every dsy, It teemed almost too good to b Wut.'
"Uut, It not only helped me, M cured ma and In
Tory abort time. 1 am now enjoilng tha beat ot
"I am ttronjc and free from pain, and I eectalklf
praiee and haaor are due to, Tenia."
Peruna atms to relieve catarrh only,
l'eruna Is not a cure-all, but can b
relied upon lo relieve catarrh In all It
various phased, locations and ataiaa.
rollowed Dr. Martina' Advlo. ,
Mm. LIiiIo Iyohr.HSSW. lStb street,
Chicago, 111., writes:
rtakoploasura In writing you, think
lng there may be other women suffer
ing a 1 did, 1 wm rundown so far that
1 had to !t down to do my cooking I
was so weak. Tha doctors wanted te
operate on mo. Atlaat I wroU to Dr
llartmau, telling him how I was, and be
told me bow to take l'eruna. Idld'aat
lie told me and now 1 am curedV
of which aurrounda each bottle.. P-,
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benton,
A Modern Business
has revolutionized hls-mtthoe'e.Uf fib
lng correapondenee, bills and memo
randa. The Modern Bualneaa Man,
Merchant or Manufacturer la hereby
apprised of the very complete clock
we always keep on hand of
LETTER AND BILL FILES
lettered to meet all requirements
6peclal Attention Given to Country
Orders by Mall.
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