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mh 10 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H
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KF a ! I11I1MII I Hill I HAH I Mill nHlllll U lil I1IIVII
A Christmas Gift
For Every Home
Yen will C3u',r rral Joy In the houirhcl.l If yen prufnt your
v.Kt v. 1 1 1 1 a
Willcox & Gibbs
II she already hat a tewing machine the vlll tend It to the
auction room when the yets the WILLCOX &. GIUUS, because It It
the llyhtett running tewing machine In the world, That It a point
any woman will appreciate. No more backaches: no moie trouble.
It liar, many other features to recommend It, 3 ttylic.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd..
ESTABLISHED IN IBM.
Bishop & Co.
Cummercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Hank of California and
N. A. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents' for the
American Express Company
and Thus. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Claut Spreekels. Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
Honolulu, i : : t. ii. ,' '
Sar. Francisco Agents' Tke Na
adi National Hank of Han Francisco.
Draw Exchange 00 tho Nevada Na
tluual Hank of dan Franclteo.
London The Union of London and
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyunnali.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kouc-Sbanghal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank ot Austra
lasia .Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British. North America.
Depuslts received. Loans made on
nynroved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills 01 Bz
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Fori
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... t200.000.0u
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice Prtatdent M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Jvrt and King Sts.
8AVINQ8 DEPOSIT8 recelred and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 l-'i per cent, per annum.
Hules and regulations furnished up
ThaYokohamaSpecle Bank, u-:
Capital Subscribed.... Yen 21,000,000
Capital I'ald Up Yen 21,000,000
Itcserved Fund Yen 13,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Atitung,
Jlslen, Hang Kau, Chefoo, Dalny,
Bombay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
I.eoyang, London, Lyons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Newchwnng, New York,
Poking. San Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka,
Tho bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Kxchango, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
ucta a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST.
NEXT 8ATURDAY AFTERNOON
AND EVENING AT
TORT STREET OPP. CONVENT.
Corner King and
WE WOULD AOK YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. For t and King; Sti
PHONE MAIN I3J
A Practical Suggestion
Gift-giving Is seeking more
practical lines every year. If.;
' .?Kfj,t J0rB)vraljeynetHyoi,V
.useful and -that 'will be appre
ciated by the entire house,
hold, give one of our fine
Chinese Matting Rugs
' OR A
Japanese Cotton Rag
(BLUE and WHITE)
They will make the house
look more attractive and
prove a luting joy.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET.
Eggs from Pure White Leghorns,
Which Were Imported af a Cost of $7
apiece. Inquire at
Tel. Main 109
Has a Big Stock of Toys.
Cor. FORT and BERETANIA STS,
All sizes; white and fancy colors;
priced from 50 cents up to $1.25.
C. K. CHOW,
COR. KING AND RIVER STREET8.
HAZELINE FACE CREAM
Excellent for sunburn, roughness of
the skin and for removing
FOR 8ALE BY
Mrs. Doris E.Paris
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLA8S DENTI8TRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.
, , ,
PrMlilP.it tinniwvplt nmniiiiiil. In
Ills inr-magr-. of Income nml Inlierltatirci
tux-s rea.lt ai follows
The uiiosllon of taxnllnn I illftlcitll
In niiv nmnirv l.m It l Miieplnlh illi-lthr
Hcult In ours wllh Its federal system,
i ot government Some taxes should on
nen fioiind bo levied In a small dis
trict for use In that district. Thus the
I taxation of real estate Is peculiarly
lone for the Immtdiate louillty In which
I the leal estnlu Is found AKaln, there
Is no more legitimate tax for any Htut'i
than n tax on the franchises eonferiei.
I by that .Statu ujioii street railroads nnd
, similar isirporatlons which opernle
whnllv within the Ktnlp liOllllll.irltM.
nmn times In .. nml xiime tlmeH In
.umi ,.,iiininu ,,r n,pr niii.nr i
divisions of the State. Hill there are
.uany Itlnds of taxes which can only be
levied by the (lenernl Government so
as to produce the best results, because,
milling oilier reasons, the ntlempt to
I Impose them In one particular Stale too I
1 1 often results tnerplv In ilrlvlnir the tsir-,nt.
I nornilirii or Indlvliliial arfecleil to some
' nflier hwnlltv up ntlipr tntn. The Nil'
I l(imi I fitiverniiienl Iuih Idiik derUeil
Its chief revenue from n tariff on tin
parts and fiom an I11lern.1t or excina
In addition to these there Is excry
reiisnn why, when next our system ot
taxation Is revised, tho National (!nv
eminent should Impose 11 graduated In
heritance tax, nnd, If pusslble, 11 ura.l
uated Incoiiiii tax. The man of went
wealth owes n peculiar obligation to Uiudou, England, I)ec I. 'resilient
the Slales, because he del It ex special lloosevelt'H solution or the dllllculllea
niltnutuKer from the mere existence larlslng from the aullvlupuneso rule of
of gotcrnuieut. Not only should liothe Sim Krnnclseo pilblle schmils Is
recognlie M obligation l.i the .i attalted with tho greatl'st Interest and
he leads his dolly life mid In the wny tulm, anxiety here. Tim London pa
he earns nnd spends Ills money, but It ,.rH are being regaled with aensatlon-
should also be recognized by the way
In which he pays for the protection the
State gltes him, Whenever we, iib :t
people, undertake to remodel our taxa
tion system along the lines suggested,
we must make It dear hcond pernd
tenture that our ulm Is to distribute
the burden of supporting the govern
ment more equitably than at present
SAN FltANCISC'O HAIL CAU
Notice Is heivby'glteu Unit on or
tilxiut Jtimtaiy 1. 190", tf.iu Finiielsvu
Light-Vessel No, 70, utiitlmu'cl about
ii miles uillsldo the bar off the eu
trni(.e to ,S.iu Frtuiflsco tlurbor, 1U 7-S
miles SW. 7-8 ft'., from I'ort Point
l-lllit-liyiiM.', and about fW feet to,the
northward of ,the raugu,liie marked by
Fo.t 'olnl Light nml Alciitnu Lights,
villi (jo tetniMirnrlly ttlthUntwu from
per stq'tlon fur repairs and thu Htuttiut
ttqrlte by pellet Light-Vessel No. "6.
Beljef.Llgbt-VesscNo, 7f sIiowh two
fixed yvhltq Ions lancni. lights,,, eiich
Ifijm, tbrco, lanterns .encircling miit.
Iicad, hut. theso uro -tu feet above. ,tl:q
water and tlslble, about 12 lulled In
ilejir weather, the eye tif tho oluertcr
IS feet abotu the water, , I
During thick or fuggy weather Light
Vessel No. 7G soiintls u 12-luch steam I
whistle giving blasts of :t seconds' ilur-
ntlou separated by silent Intervals ot i
27 seconds, thus; Illast, I! setouds;i
tdlent Interval, 27 seconds; blast 3 sei-l
onils; silent Interval. 27 seconds.
Itellef Light-Vessel No. 70 Is a Hush-1
deck steam tessel, has two musts,
Hchouuer-rlggetl, no bowsprit, n black l
8mokestnck and u steam whistle be
tween the masts, but differs from
Light-Vessel No. 70 In hating nil tls
Ible putts from the bow to the middle
of tho foremust, and from the middle
of thu malumust aft, painted red; ull
visible parts betweeu the foia nnd
main musts, Including thu middle tlilru
of each liintorn mast, white. Tho day
marks at the mastheads have llvo ver?
tlcal stripes, three red and two white,
nnd on the springstay, midway be
tween the two masts, there la an ovul
daymark with one, white, and two -leu
vertical Btrlpes. The number "70" Is
In while on each bow and each quar
ter, and In black on each side of the
sprlngsiuy daymark. The woid "Ite
llef" Is uilnted In large black letters
on the niTildo ot each side.
Light-Vessel No. 70 will be returned
to her btation as soon us repairs have
been completed, of which due notice
will be given, and Ilelleg Light-Vessel
No. 70 will then bu withdrawn.
lly order of tho Light-House Uouid.
M. T. .MAYO.
Commander, V. S. N., Inspector, 12th
Columbia Illver ICntittnce, page CO.
Jetty buoy, a IIS. first-class tun,
murked "Jetty" In whlto, was eatnb
Mulled, November 27, In 31 feet ot
water, ubout ',4 mile W8W. westerly
f I oin the outer submerged end of the
Jetty, Vessels should not pass to the
eastward of the buoy.
North Head llght-houee, NNW. west
eily; Cane Ulsuppulntmeiit light-house,
N. 1-8 '.; Point Adams uuiisued light
Louse, U 3-4 S., easterly.
lly order of the Light-House liu.iid.
I. J. WKItLICK.
Commander, It. S. N., Light-House In
Olllcc of Inspector 13lh Llght-Iloiise
Dlstl let. Portland, Oregon, Novembei
I 30, 1900.
KNIGHTS -TEMPLAR OFFICERS
Honolulu Commuudery, No. 1, K. T
elected the followlug otllcers ut Its uv
ular meeting last ulglit: L'uilneiit
Couiliiuuder, C. O. Uockus; Cieneiallr
Elmo, C I'. Mill ray, Captain Uenii.u,
B. It. llutli; Senior Wniddi, W H.
floeti; .Junior Warden, J. S. MrCniul
lessj Treasurer, David Dayloii; n
rotder, J. I). Tucker,
I'arls Bee. 1 - A action menace is
tho expression iidII1 by the French
!'" I" the coining thll of a Japanese
Htunilion to Kan Francisco It hol.U
opinion that It will be Impossible
tw friendly lelatloiis tu lomliiiie
tweeu the Unlteil States and Japan mi
less the San l'rniiclco people yield
At the same time articles uppear In
the pa;iers flimi San I'ramlsco deuioii
stratliiK the hopelessness of Mich a
Miliitton. The eventuality of war seems
to he considered with the same) cool
certainty as was fell a few yearn iibo
(omcrnliii; tin InevllablciieHS of n ion
fllct between Japan nml Hussla.
Tho iiacldc and (onilllatiiry utter-
nines of .M Kurilio the Japanese Mill
tMer. art' lianlly ti'fprrtil to. white tll'J
".Matin" this mnrnluK publishes nil
article by .lr. Shlhiiya. the edllor of 11
Japanese paper at Seattle, which nl
teuiplH to show limv easily Japan would
be nble to overt time the American Ileef
nnd wipe the United Slates nrmy off
The "Ccliti de Paris" prlntH unollitr
nrllcte from the paper "Torodzu Chti
lio" tif Ttiklo. declaring tlint "pure"
Americans hnve nlnays treated the
Japanese properly, and that 11 "degniii
cd ptipulutlou of Irish, Scandinavians
nnd Klnvs" nrti the real persecutor.
France Is follow Ins this foreign uffalr
With nn Inlerent Hint Is nut iIIskiiIm-iI.
a) Btnteinentn made by recent nnlvuls
on thu rncllle Coast rronr tho l-ar
Kant, suggesllng the possibilities of
gtnve complications, ft en wnr.
The forthcoming Presidential mes
sage to Congress, therefore. Is watch
ed for with even greater Interest than
RED CROSS FUNDS
Tho report of the San Frnnelsio le
llef and Red Cross fund shows u bal
ance of $2,0!in.25..07 on hniul, dcpostteil
In tiuiiks, which Ihtf'elfttloHed'the cOi
IMiratlou Interest at the rate of 2 per
(gainst this fund there me obllg:i
lug camps, xiinltntlon, relief n tut re
liublHtalloii. S. V. nxamlner Dec. .1
w ' sut- nlisJS-H-esipHiil IliiT
''"'ri'For Rent" cards on sale at
UB" Fine ob"PHnllng at the Bul
Of every description for the chil
dren. Greater variety than ever.
He will be
Come and see the assortment, hear the music
and let the children enjoy the candy.
'Mf MM UlgJWiBMWIningiaCTL .ll-ll ll JJ. Jill -
WE ARC DISPLAYING A HANDSOME LINE OF
the kind that wear. In Black,
NEW DRESS SKIRTS,
BLACK SILK WAISTS,
BLACK SILK ETONS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, FICHUS, LACE COLLAR8, RIBBON8.
EMBROIDERED WAIST PATTERNS,
Bags for Ladies' and Children
New Zealand Mutton
ENGLISH CHOPS, fat and tender, and all of the desirable cuts
of mutton can now be had of us. We received a number of car.
cattet by the Sonoma on Thurtday. The flrtt opportunity you have
had In weeks to get a piece of really good mutton Is here, PLACE
YOUR ORDERS NOW.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd
J' VHONE MAIN S t
Hotel Street Slore
for Santa Claus
here with Candies for
the children. l
Music Every Night
Kerr & Co.,
White, Pink, Blue, and Navy, at
NEW LINE OF
AND THE DCPOT FOR BOSS O
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 190C,
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Corner King and
Mihran & Son. S. P.
Catalogue now Ready
1111, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal lasttrn Point.
or your ticket raadi tU ttt
IW (nil Information can oat
a. p. booth, a A.,
Parry Building, tin Frtnolsea, Cat.
In a handsome, low-priced,
holiday stock of
TOILET SETS and
, Why Not
See Our Showing?
Honolulu Drug Co.,
AND OTHER PIANOS.
i THAYER PIAN') COMPANY.
1S6 AND 158 HOTEL STREtT,
I Opposite Young Hotel.
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