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EVHNINO Bt.I.i-F.TIN HONOLULU T II 'ATt'P.DAY, OCT. 27. 1900.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and I ravelers
I - Iters of Credit issued 01.
in- Bank of California and
N. M. Rothschild &.Sqns
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
CJaus Cprvckela, Wm, G. Irwin
Qaus Spreckels & Co,
San Francisco Agents The No
vailu Kntlont.1 Dank of Sun Francisco
Craw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tlooal Ilunl: of Kan Kruucltco.
London Tlio Union of lomlnn ant)
Uwltli'E Hunk, Ltd.
(Sew York American Kichauxe Na
CMcaoo Corn Exchange Nation)
Paris Credit Lvunoala.
rtonjkong and Yokohama Hong
hang mxtfittliil Banking Corporation.
tteur, Zealand and Australia Hank
of Hew Zealand and Dank of Aunlra
..Victoria and Vancouver Sank of
ISrltleb North America.
Dufmltn recWvcd. Loann made on
nyjiroTOd security. Caramorclul and
Travelers' Credits Issued. 11IIU of Kx
chnnpo bought and sdld.
Collections Promptly Accounted Fori
AND TRUST GO.
6P HAWAII, LT
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... WO0OOJ
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brawn
Vice Predtnt........M. P. Robinson
Caarder .. L. T. Pack
Corner Fort anal Klnt Bta,
BAVtrfOS DEP06ITS roeelred and
latere allowed for yearly nottJ al
the) tata ot 4 11 per cent, per ananm.
Xulee and resolaUons fuznlabnd
Tha Yokohama Specie Bank, w.
Capital Paid Up ..
Ilesurved Fund . ..
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyouu, Nagasaki, Ncwchwang, New
Torlc. PekltiB, San Francisco, Shalt
1ml. Tientsin. Toltlo. Osaka.
Thn bank buys and receives for col
lection lUlla 'I Kxclianse, Issues
Drafts and l.olUu of Credit and trau
aU a general 'nanlrlng buslnesb.
HONOLULU BRAI.'CH, 87 KINO ST.
Gatton, Neill & Co.,
L'NCINEERR AND MACHINISTS,
ClUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Iroi
or steel tubes', general sh'p work.
Office, 248 QU1EN 8T., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plana and estimates furnished foi
all dairies contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK-, Honolulu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Cfflcn 'Phono Blue 1001.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
HONOlULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
und WVETCO PIPITS for Irrigation
purpose, a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and rtualrr
vetuleri at shorteit notice.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO,, LTD,
Ileal nUte, MortG0i l-oiin ami In
nillrot Mcl'ityii l)blj Honolulu, T.M,
n, o UQXPtti, PIIOHp' MAIN Hit
Buy n pound of SWEET VIOLET
CREAMERY BUTTER today! then
BUY and BUY
BYE and BYE
you will always buy
SWEET VIOLET BUTTER.
Its use gives satisfaction; Its deli
cate flavor Is Irresistible; protected
against dirt and germs In a waxen
package with the mark of the VIO
LETS on It.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
TEL. MAIN 251.
Just Received per
Alameda a Large
Stock of Figured
and Plain Rugs.
Coyne Furniture Co
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
gets to the foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There's noth
ing superficial about Honolulu-made
FOR A CASE
Delivered to Your Kitchen
Works Co , Ltd.,
F. L. WALDRON, Agent
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
eae and Chinese Laborera Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
Tnat ill men's palatea are pleased
with the farr nerv-ed by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL STS.
W. R. PATTER30N
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,- the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361.
TEL. MAIN 473.
. For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
i for houiework and help for day work,
, supplied on short notice,
japanese new hotel union,
nuuanu 8treet near pauahi.
'have you a bewinq machine;
We buy, sell, eicchange and repair
, ifwlnu machines jnd parts,
CltANC & aPENCBII 8CWINQ
CHI Ml! CO,,
mKI'IIQNI. MAIN 401
108 N. KINO BT. . 0, UQK
Opinion Of Suffering Cuban
nexation Progress Population of Island
Not Wholly Desirable Neill's Report On
Labor Conditions McCIellan Works For
Lighthouses Peabody Not Held Respon
sible For Sheridan Wreck
Washington. I) C.. Ort. IT,.
The Tooling Is glowing In AOmlnlx
tratlvo ilrrlm that I ho iiniioxutlon or
Cuba In far from being the iililniatr
kolutlou of the Cuban troubles. Dur
ing tlio Spunlxh-Aiiii'ilraii war, the In
habitants of Cuba wcru looUcd upon
lit n refilled, patilotk' raco of people,
v.lio wen much uIiiihimI by Spain. Ah
thi Unit eil Stall's iiHuiimeil nioic lull,
male relations with the Island lepub
lie, thin roneate view of tbu Cub.ui
( baraeier has rlinngcil. Aiiierbun set
tiers In Cuba who havo relurneil lit
thla couiiliy glo un)thltiK but u fa
orable loport of the people there. In
illeatlni; thai I bey would not inal.e tie
elrable cltlniiH In our body politic.
Tlio negro predominates lu the pop
illation of tlio Inland of Cuba, ami tlio
unsiit'ri'HHfiil administration ()f Presi
dent I'alma has represented only the
while Cubans, who nro lu the minor
ity. I'alma lacked that force and mas.
erful grasp of the h It tint Ion. lo main
luln the power necessary to gotcrn tlio
clamoring elements which surrounded
him. It la these same elements who
declare that they will not incept an
nexation to the United States except
on the basis of Statehood, with all tin1
rights of ii Hinerelgn Stale, I'nlll
they lime demonstrated their ability
to govern themselves. President Koos
evelt Is not willing to extend to llie.u
the prlvllego of annexation. While
riot nnd disorder pievall within the
Island, the tinned lories of the United
Slates will bu maintained mul Covern
or .Miigoon. who bus mici ceded (!ov
ernor Tuft, will be retained In author
ity u piuvlslunnl Covernor.
Dr. Charles I', Nclll, Commissioner
of Labor, hag Just Issued lu pamphlet
form of U85 pages, lliilletln (It!, being
the third report on the "Condition ot
Labor In Hawaii." The document lit
remarkable lu the conclusions truth
rd'us to the reason for llio scarcity of
labor lu Hawaii, attributing to the Ha
waiian sugar-planters themselves the
lause of many plantation laborers em
igrating to California and other points
on the mainland. Commissioner Nclll
"So long an the plantcis subsidize
the emigration lomp.tulcs, they look
upon the money thus paid ns part of
tlio labor tost of production. If this
Money weto added to wages Instead of
Icing paid out lu tlio mnnner lu
wnlt Ii It was fonnorly, the Increase
might he Kiilllclcnt not only to lni!m
mole nttivu Immigration fioui Jnp.in.
but also to (heck somewhat tlio pres
et. I migration from Hawaii to Callfor
Ida." The report further states there In n
tendency of the Asiatic population to
drive out lito x.-lil from all labor
ii ml (onmifrclal i.m mli.i lu the ll
Bllds. Tl'U apiireheiislon, whlcli ex
ists In nilndH of tlio white population,
wliUo t-onc'l. Is more Inuglutiry than
leal, In order to acquire this appio
bended control of Hawaii, the Asiatic
lioptilutlon will have to become tlio
dominant element In more limn mero
numbers. It will have to set mo pin
icsslon of u proportlonutu share of the
wealth of tbo Terrlloiy nnd beiornu
w-J-.f-i-ay "uii s-wV.y
: ! YVES Hk'l
&y'4'& li, :.
tr-JP Vail !.
I 1ml limn
Authorities Are Changing
Tells of Cuban An
ii more permanent fu 'n In tbo pupil
lutlon or the Islands
"Another aspect of the labor hltti'i
tiun ns It ulTectH the planters nrlc
out of u preponderaiii i niiiong their
laboiers of it single tiaiinn.illty. Ah u
lesttlt or exclusion of Chinese slut o tin
tiexallon, the supply or unpolled labor
loi the plantutloiiB us (onllned en
tirely to tbo Japanesi- until the h-gln-"lug
of Korean Iniinigiallou wuj
brouglit about lu 1!mi:; The .lap.uiere
have secured n prepoinh iiiueo niiiong
the plantation woiku- which creates
M'rloua dllllrultles of udinlnlstratloii.
lenders the plantation- liable lo great
loss by Htrikcx, and to i lerlnln extent
takes out of the ban Is of overseers
mid manarjer.t the control of ndmluli
Tlie report further tales that thus
far ntrlkeg among Jupjueve have been
i onllned to the pluntiulons where local
grievances have oecuiie.l. but It It
more linn probable that tlio strikes
lll Ignore plantation boundaries nnd
sympathetic strikes hciotne common
nmo'ig tills dominating ilass of labor,
Accopanylng the text of the report
i there are u series of tables showing
the distribution of labor In Hawaii, us
to nationality, sex, ocitipatlou, wuges, i
Vii" solution of tlie labor problem
In Hawaii, according lo Commissioner
Nclll. Is the establish. i.i nl of u peruu
lient resident labor Mipply. Special
V'edoral legislation lor .he benelll of
Hawaiian planters Is "m unlikely, as
the present tendcue) of Ainerlcnn teg
(station Is towards laws restricting liu I
migration. Imported labor Is mlgra-1
tory labor, mid In order In establish a I
icphlent labor stipp!) honies unit mi
opportunity to become citizens must
bu belli open to liiinilgrants. The lu
bor must ho attached to llio (oiiuliy;
otherwise II will Imitate tlio .Japan
cse ami migrate lo tlie iiialnland. The
eoncltisiouH readied and thn lousldei
utlous offereil nro lntitided to he sug
gested rather than dogmatically slat
ed. "Hut," says Commissioner Neill,
"they test upon observations made In
many tropical countries nnd lifter
comparing dlfTcrcu, conditions or su
Private Secretary (Yen. 1). McCIel
lan has exhausted tils (.-(Torts v.lth the
Lighthouse Hoard mid Secretary Met
calf of the Department of Commerce
and Labor, to secure the prompt con
stritctlun of the lighthouse for .Mnka -
pun Point, for whldi an appropriation
of $1.0.1100. was made by the last Con
Utesi. The Immediate necessity of u
light at this point was urged upon
both the Secretary and the Hoard, nnd
It was explained that the absence ol
such u tight was largily responsible
lor tlio .Manchuria going nshoie neill
Itabbli Island It wns sought to have
the v;ork done by day labor under the
supervision of the resident engineer
ol the War Dopuitnicut,.nnil thereb)
uvold ihe delay Ini blent to udvurtUiui;
(or bids and the letting of const ruction
by contract. The olllcers comprising
Ihu Hoaid Inclined to Hie latter pin
cram, hut In appreciation of tlie ne
cessity for prompt action, agreed to
the erection of u temporal)' beacon a'
Mnknpuu Point, pending the lonsti ta
Dr. Sabouraud of the Pasteur Institute, Paris, France,
Inoculated a rabbit with human dandruff gerrns, and "in
between five and six weeks," tays the official report ot the
Pasteur Institute, "the rabbit was completely denuded,
In fact It had become entirely bald"
This experiment proves that dandruff Is a contagious
dltease due to the presence of a microblc growth In the
sebaceous glands of the scalp It also proves that unless
the formation of dandruff Is stopped by destroying the
dandruff germ that
Ik the QMIQINAL remedy that kills the ilandrulf germ,
and lis succctc in Hie treatment ol ilJiultulf, llcblnil tcaln
and (alllnrj halt it alt limes little khort of marvtlbui.
ocinl for booklet
Al Driiii Htoio :-"il 10c in ilimpi to The llcrplchle
Co., )epi, n, petivxi Mich-, lor a sample
i Mciii vii u lighthousci. To till- end wrl'
i "ii ii nil) hi Iiuh been inaili' or tin i-i
uli'iit engineer ii Honolulu to Stlblllit
plans utiil spcc-Mcntlons fur such n
l.citon. These pinna me expected
-llhlh n rev.' dnvs, when the Iloati'
pinmlsc-s to hasten llio erection of u
temporary beacon light mul the prompt
Ii'ttlni; or I In1 (emu tit t for u perma
Quattcrmasler ('.(moral Iltimphre)
has received ii cublcgiain fiiini M nulla
Infoim'hg It Ilia that llic lire on hoard
tin- umiHiort Thomas Iiuh been extin
guished nml that llin damage wimlil
not aggregate inoi ii tlinn a few bun
iln i ilollarH The damage to tln cargo
-a" tin' destruction of seventy-live
tons oi hay. which (gulled from spun
tlCOIIS (IllllllllStlOII (ilMK'tnl Htllliph
rey Is much pleased with the reports ;
filed indicating tnni tne iinnmge to
the Sheridan Is not ns great as first
t.iiililpaleil. No blame attaches to',
Captain l'cahoily 'ho general disturb-
slice to ocean currents because of the
Chlleau emlli.tiake being held n- j
sponsible or the ucc Itlcnl. Similar uc-
ildeii'H lu the Miincbiitin mid Mon
golla corronorute tuts neiier.
oiiestlon has urlseu us lo the to-
ralllv of using lie (IS.'.OOO, approinla- I
lion for lllllng in tlie Naval Station,
east of tint Channel wharf, lu the
language of Hi" statute, this siltn of
money was appioprlaleil lo be Usui lu
lilllng In this rnet "fioiu material
Uow being dredged iroin the harbor lit
Honolulu", (leneral Alex, Mackenzie.
Chief of Kuglnecrs ul the War Depart
r.ient has grave doubts ns lu use of
this fund, since ilie completion of the
dredging (if tlie liarhoi He litis there
lure submitted the matter lo Comii
Holler of the Treasury Trncewell for
a legal ((instruction of tlio clause lu
ipi Mllon. If tlie Inller decides the up-'
piopil.itlou Is still uvulluhle, (1ener.il
Macl;. tub. promises tit expend thn
amount In constructing n relnlnlng
wall mid lllllng lu u further portion d.'
the Naval Station. !
Among lite foreign Consular mil
i era teieutly teiogtilzed by the Statu
llepailuient. is Hie following accred
ited leplesclltatUe I-' WOdoll. ('oil
sill (leneral of Ilelgluiii. u' Sun l-'iuu-Cisco
lor I be Stales of California, Ida
bo, Montana, Nevada, Oregon. Utah
and Washington, ami tlie Territories
ol Arizona, Alaska mul Hawaii.
COUNTY BILLS FOR
The hills for tbo various departments
of the county government approved lnsl
I'lglit by the Heard of Sunervli.ois
umouiited to H3.IC0.lil, of which sum
$7 7ir, went to tlie kjI1co department
anil the hill was not questioned by
Supervisor Misire The lire department
took u share of j.ii;i;:i.::'j mid later III
the meeting asked fur I5W fur the
The following blll-i were
I I'ixcd salaries
i:s i r.n
nnic o clerks
County Attorney ,
Keener of Parks
Kleitllc lights ,
Police nnd llio alarm
Police Department ,
County Knglnccr ,
Kwu road district
Koolaiiloa Net. 1
Konlaunoko load district
J l'J.lCO 01
It will lead to falling lialr and in-
WITH POLICE JUDGE
" Such dlrty.low-IUed skunks ns jou
me about till this community can
Hand," said Judge Whitney yeiterday
tit. he regretfully illscburgc-d "Col
mifl" William Knox from custody.
After tunny postponements Knox vvasi
being tried on the chatge of bavin?
Iliieati'tieil to kill a man named (lab
rlel. (I.ihrli'd accused Knox of having
attempted fatulllarltlec with the Plain
iiim datmhter. n clrl of about 12 or 12
K,, ..,.... ,1i1.rr.,.li ,v tlnli-
llel, ui cording to the testimony of the
taller, and alio of bis wife mid Hie girl
""" i""-'"''" "P " '-"'- "" uiic.ii.-ii.-..
'" kill (luhrlel.
On the witness stand Knox di tiled
the charge and nil Ihu statements made
i.KiliiRt bin. serlatltu. (labrlel. be said
was a friend of his whom lie had no
I canon or desire lo kill, mul ever since i
I lie plague be bad been helping the
lamlly out Knox ndmltled being ut
the plaintiff's liouee on (be day lu (jncs
Hun. hut t.abl tlial lie Just dropped lu
there on his way out to tee u native
on hiialueftK Asked by Prosecuting
Attorney Andrade what was the iiJlme
of the business, he replied that II wns
political. "I didn't threaten (labrlel.
I ckjIiI. "I don't want to get lulu trou
ble hi I (ati't vole on Nmcmbor 11, And
I am going to vole too." And Knox
' waved hhi band belligerently toward
I he Judge, whit might feel disposed to
ueprlve him of exercising that pih
liege of American citizenship.
"Yon lire going to vole the Civic l-'oit-erntlon
ticket, 1 suppose," said Judge
dear, who wits appearing for (lie de
"I inn not." said Knox, Indignantly
"I would rather die than vote for
"This isn't the llrst time you have
been before me. Knox, on the charge
'of undue lamlllarlty with little girls,
tab! Judge Whitney "Sotuct day some
1 man Is going to lick the life half out
of you and It will serve you right
Such ditty, lowlived skunks us ou me
about all Ibis community can stand
i Knox's hltuk face shone with the
bwcal of humiliation, a-i he left the
loom, He Is very pojiulur with lilm
iclf, hill uppuienlly not so popular with
SAN FRANCISCO'S SPIRITS
"What Is the spirit of San Francis
co?" said C. J. Iliitchins, who re.cntly
ictnrneil from n ipilck trip to the
Coast. Here It Is" and be handed the
I lullct lu man the following clipping
fiiim the Argonaut. "That wns read at
u dinner given ut Ihu Cosmoi Club mid
later nt the I-ow Jinks ot the llohem
inn club. It expresses the Bentlment
of S.in I'rnnclsco to tlio letter":
a uiiYMi: op Tin: huins.
Put me somewhere west of Kant street
where there's nothing left but dust
And the boys ure nil n-huMlltig and
everything's gone bust;
Where thn buildings standing there sort
of blink and blindly stare
At the damnedest finest ruins ever
gazed on nnywlicre.
Iliilly ruins, brick nnd wall, through
tlio night I've heurd you rail,
Sort of sorry for each other, 'cause you I
had to burn and fall; I
l nun the i-erry to Van Ness you ro u
Hut the dumneilesi lines! ruins, nothing
iiioto mid nothing less,
Ami the llubea they come a-riibbcilng
and hunting souvenirs.
And the fools they try to tell us It'll
take u hundred eiiri
Hefore we're even started, mid wli)
don't we come to live
And build our homes In Oakland, on
the land they've got to give?
(lot lo give' Why on my soul, I would
rather bore u hole
And live right In tho.ie anlies t tut ii t-
go to Oakland mole;
And If they'd give tlie pick of their
buildings fine mul slick,
In those uuihedest lluest ruins, I would
in thiMc damnedest finest ruins, 1
would rather be u brick
'ho Bulletin office
cards on aale at
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plate securing one, for
hair or clothes use,
postpone your purchase
for a few dayc.
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here this week.
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with envelopes to match
in fancy boxes.
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Markham's "Man with the Hoe" Is
not as well known aa 'The Man with
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have your attention
MANY ATTRACTIONS AT
The air Is always cool, the
bathing is excellent, the golf
links and tennis courts are
St. Clair Bidgood.
We can be found at all hours of tha
day at our office and by Phone Main
170 and all hours of night by Phone
1120 FORT ST.
o FINE o
o AT a
NUUANU STREET. ,
FINE LINE OF
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
WAH YING CHONG CO.
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Quava Jelly, 4c a Lb.
ITACTORY . HOTEL STREET
I 'PHONE BLUE 1411,
LUKE MOOCns la back again from
Maul, clipping horns at the old stand,
tprntr Punchbowl and King Qtrcala.
'zm KULuriN aps, pay mc