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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. f.,, EMDAY, 'NOVEMBER 2, 1900.
Published Every Day except Sunday)
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of. II., by the
BULLETIN rUUUSHINO COMPANY.
WALLACE II. FAUIUNaTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Entered at tho Tost Office at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$'.75
Per year S.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign. 13.00
Payable invariably In advance.
Post Ofllce Box 718
FRIDAY NOVEMllEll 2, 1900.
With the election day four days dU
tant the Republican party rests easy
with a good plurality assured that will
send Samuel Parker to Washington.
Itecrults of former Democrats who
declaro their Intention to vote for Sic
Klnlcy are coming Into tho Hepubllcnn
ranks so fast that It hardly seems ne
cessary for Dryan to make any moio
speeches when positive defeat Is star
Ing him In theface.
Expert dray's statement regarding
tho wlrelcBS telegraph system voices
tho sentiment of all thoso who have
followed closely the progress of Mar
coni's work In England. Tho Bet-hick
of tho local system must of necessity
bo the result of station location rather
thatn tho distance to be covered in
crossing the Island channels. Mr. Mar
coni has his dander up and tho system
has got to work.
The appointment as Washington
agent of tho Hawaiian Sugar Planter
Association Is a recognition of ability
and capacity of which Wm. HaywooJ
may well feel proud. This is a poll
tlon fraught with great responsibility
and will demand constant watchfulness
In the Interests of the all Important In
dustry of this Territory. Tho mission
la In no sense political, but as Mr. Hav
wood Is a Republican It goes almost
without saying that he will not be un
mindful of Hawaii's prosperity In all
Vanderbilt in Control
of Southern Pacific
New York, Oct. 2G. The Times sajs:
Tho Vandcrbllts havo obtained con
trol of tho Southern 1'a.cjnc system.
Negotiations aiming at this accom
plishment wcro begun two years igo
but wcro summarily dls'posedof byC.
P. Huntington. Tho property was hid,
he said, and, owning it, ho proposed to
The .control of the Southern Paclllc
system, It can now bo sald has now
been obtained by American financial
Interests not hitherto Identified with
the property. Conspicuous In the sin-
dlcatc obtnlnlng the new control nrc
William K. Vanderbilt, E. 11. Hairi
man, James J. Hill, Norman 1). Keirn
and James Speyer, the latter, as tho
associate of Mr. Huntington, having
been conspicuously Influential In tho
direction of the company's affairs for
Within the past week Wall street be
came excited over tho discovery that
control of Mr. Huntington's Paclllc
Mall property, had passed to E. II. Har-
rlman and his associates, Including
James J. Hill and W. K. Vnndcrbll
It Is certain that In tho Southern Pa
clflc deal (whereby Vanderbilt Inter
ests will control) tho corporation of
tho Paclllc Mall Steamship Company
can bo of vast Interest. Asldo from the
Vanderbilt ambition to establish and
maintain a transportation line from the
Atlantic coast at New York to San
Francisco and thence to tho far East
(mado practicable by New York Cen
tral, Northwestern, Lnlon Paclllc and
Paclllc Mall) the taking over of tho
Southern Pacific Is an accomplishment
greater than any other coalition hither
It Is believed by practical rnllro.i'l
managers that with the Southern Pa
cific Railway system under a direct
Vanderbilt control there will bo at once
a complete disposition of most of those
elements which hitherto have been In
terfering with far Western and South
western trafllc rates.
AUTHOR WARNER DEAD
Hartford, Conn., Oct. 20. Charles
Dudley Wnrncr, the author, ami one u
the uwiicni of tin- Hnrtford Courniit, illwl
suddenly thl afternoon. Mr. Wuriwr
hnd n wry severe iittm k of pneumonia
two ji'iiin ago while in New Orlcnna and
had iicwr fully recovered from It. 1a.i
HpiliiK he had pneumonia iigalu while .it
hi home, and thin weakened liU heart
Of late lie had been much liettcr. At noon
today he atleiiil.-cl a luncheon to lild fil
well to mmx friend iilxfiit to Ic-rtlo for lli.i
.Mcilllciiiuii'iin. .Mr. Warner cheer
ful and r.iu' no Indication of lllncs.
After the luncheon Mr. Warner utartH
cm i walk. Anions hi ariiuiiliitaiitcii w.u
a colored iitnu to whom he riivp IkiuIoc to
encournce hi desire to read, particularly
liookic cuiinit ted with the history of the
coloicnl nice, uKn which Mr. Warner was
Mr. Werner prolutbly intended to cull
on this man, ns he was In the neichlior
hood of his house when he was stricken.
Probably, feeling III, he asked Irate at n
house to sit down, and then to lie clown.
IrciuestliiE to be c.llleil in ten minutes.
When the woman of the house went to
call him he was dead. News of his siul
den death prrad rapidly and was a great
Bhock to his ninny friends.
BRYAN IN NEW JERSEY. "
Now York, Oct. 26. Tho second day
, of Mr. Rryan's campaign tour of Now
Jersey began at Hoboken today with
a meeting In tho Lyric Theater. When
Mr. Dryan stepped upon tho platform
ho appeared somewhat fatigued, but H"
his speech progressed, he son ro
gai'ed ills wonted vivacity. Ho Slid
that he believed that when Democratic
principles ns now presented were thor
oughly understood they would bo re
ceived as favorably In tho East as In
tho West, Ho contrasted his reception
In tho cast at this tlmo with th e recep
tion In 189C. A large crowd followed
Mr. Dryan from tho theater to the
railroad station and called clamorously
for a speech, and he mado a brief ad
dress from the rear platform of tho
Uprising In South China.
London, Oct. 25. Advices from LI
cm him, on North rltcr, say that the
American mission property them It
tlneatciicil with destruction by lloxers,
who have posted the following proclama
"We hate orKiinlnecl to protect our
co u ii I j, v and our homes, and we lely upon
ono another to support the aider to drive
out the foielitn devils. They are mad
Their folly pannes description. Tliey are
.usui'Ihts of our laud. They disturb mil
Homeric, in nil tne piovlnces nnu prefec
ture i Impels lme liecu upcued and our
liooplo nro dc'cehcd, ripped open and ill
cmliowrlccl, while the foreigners grow fnt
on the reti'iiiies of China, Insulting our
nlliclals and men limits niul hi-IiIhe our
temples ami palaces,
"The cuipcinr Is Inilulifent ami per
mits this, Who can foretell Hie Intention
nf the foieliiu cleiils? Day hy day they
net more nod inoni milinKcouslv. Wli'n
we oliscne the present condition of af
fairs our hearts inn liriilmd with srlcf.
Thclefoie we luiMi urifniilxiil our sIli'liKl'l
In llentloj the lleliiurlllK wolf lliroiiuliout
The IIiikci took the Aim llulll l'le
lij'lerluirjiil.'.lou liulldlinis, hut hme not
clrt III) I'll I hem,
The Last CARLOAD OP
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in t'e
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SURPRISE" Square Oven Steel Range.
Ranees lor the People at Popular Prices. For Hard or Soft Coal or Wood.
Thl construction Is provided with perfectly square SHEET-STEEL OVENS,
which renders them very quick and perfect bakers. Have Self-mounting Cast
iron Door, and the entire outside finMi is of Aluminium. Particular attention
Is directed to the fact that the Inside of the Sheet-steel Is al Alumlnld. which
protects the wealing qualities and prevents rusting out. DETACHABLE RE
SERVOIR, which fits all sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Best Made Stove for the price ever offered. Heavy
Flrc-back,' Large Fire-box, Large Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven
shelf. The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
Sltf HOLES, FOR SOFT COAL OR WOOD. Spacious Pouch-feed,
Large Brolllng-door, Heavy BoSlon-rlng Covers, Extra Heavy Cast-Iron Sectional
LiningsLarge Ash-pan, Rods Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GRATE, which
can be removed and replaced with Ait disturbing the remainder of the Fire-box.
Alumlnlred Oven-door, Oven-back and Oven Rack. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mlxt .'re adds strength, prevents blowholes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT of tho
Bethel Street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Best Light known
to science and the
ARCH LIGHTS for indoor .and .Out
Installed on short notice for Lawn Parties Luaus or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1BOO or 800 Candle Power.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
, Sole Agents.
C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager.
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Don Dickinson is
In Line for McKiniey
Washington, Oct. 22. Don M. Dick
inson, who was Postmaster Ocncral lu
tho flrat Cabinet of President Cleveland
and who still la ono of Mr. Clcveland'3
closest personal nnd political friends,
has written a long letter to a gentle
man In this city. In part, it la as fol
lows: "I nm a Democrat on all tho funda
mental Issues on which our party Join
ed battles In tho past with tho Re
publicans, the Whigs, and the Federal
Bits. A Democrat without tho prefix
'gold,' because my party has been tho
party of sound flnanco from Jefferson
to Cleveland, I could not ho a Repub
lican If I would, and I say tho creed
of Democracy with all my old-tlmo
sincerity and faith. But I recognize
scarcely a vestige of Democratic prin
ciple In either tho Chicago or Kannas
"The organization is In the hands of
the Populists, and by thoso the livery
of true Democracy has been stolen In
which to serve all the dovlts that make
for social disorder. Mr. Dryan Is
preaching the gospel of Hate. Voicing
that, he appeals to tho envious, the dis
contented, tho Improvident, tho Incom
petent and tho unworthy Idle.""51
Mr. Dickinson further Baystho will
voto for McKiniey and Rooscv.ll. """
Cf j ,10
iiugh JOHN McDonald out.
Associated Press Special.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct 2C A Winni
peg, Man., special to tho Despatch Bays:
Hugh John McDonald resigns tho
premiership on Monday nnd It. P. Ilob
lln will bo sworn in. Koblln In a speech
denounced former Premier Qrccnwny In
warm terms nnd said there would bo no
secret railway deals under his gov
ernment. Hon. James Johnson is
withdrawing from tho Cabinet and
Robert Rogers will take his place as
Minister without portfolio. At the byi
election In Morris tomorrow, Hon. II
Campbell wlll.be elected. Richard
son's election In Llsgar Is now gener
. J. V
Sentenced fop Life.
Georgetown, Ky Oct. 25. The
Jury tu tho ease of Henry Youtsey, uu
trial on the rliargo of Item a principal
In the CocIh-I asMMsluatton, returned a
crilk-t of guilty tills morning ami llxed
tin- peunlty at life Imprisonment, It unx
learned fiom one of the Jurjmeu that ,u
ballot was taken lust nlifht. This morn
ing the Mite was illiilllhnoun that YouUcy
in guilty. Then the degree of punlali
iiient was flxecl.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium 1
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com'
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tlon of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
.Room 8, Model Block.
NOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTSu
Every One of Them a Different Style I
VvVvvM lV3SSaiaaiMaVailllllllllllllllll!jailllflcQi 1 s
ZsSsA vt9 ilfr r SirvWsfi f Sl
IMPOHTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the United from January 1 t
to July 1st. 1000.
The true emi,bcan will vole the
straight tIcKei,frum Paiker down.j
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
nX'l HA DRV fln.UOcases,
Vloet & Chandon 18,413 "
I'ommsry & Grtno u.sSi "
llledslck fc Co , iJry Mono-
jiolc , fi.ooo "
l.ouli RfifJerir .2 4.410 "
All other brand! .? 37 on 't
TOTAI H.lSt "
-CcmpiiJ from tt Ofnll Cuitou JIoum KfCorJt
VWAHUKB CO; LTD., Soil Muls,
WE 5ELL CAftRlACES A$ (UAt AS VOU CAN BUY THEM III 'Ml
1 DLCAUSE buy direct (rum tin fcctorks tame as dealer on Ihe Coatl.
T ' SOME REASONS
Why You Should' Buy Your Carrlagett From Us I
You Take No Risks of damage in transportation.
You Have a Chance to Personally Inspect stock and
select something to your liking. If you order from the
Coast by cata ogue you are taking chances of getting
something entirely different from what it Io,ks on paper.
Remember! A, suit of clothing for $? 1 oks as well on paper
as one costing SJ0.00.
Schuman's Carriage and HarnessRepository.
PLANS OF 00M PAIL
Associated Press Special.
Paris, Oct, 20. Dr. Leyds, Transvaal
agent, was questioned today with ref
erence ta .the nlans of Former Prn.u.
dent'krui'er'. -fiesald: IJ
"Most of the stories published on the
subject are Imaginary. Mr. Krugcr
will land at'Marsellles and I Bhall go to
meetnfm. Dut It Is not truo that I have
seen M. Delcasso (the French Minister
of Foreign Affairs) or that I am In any
way arranging a reception, which will
ho entirely In the hands of the Frencn
themselves. Nothing haB been definite
ly decided as to the details of Kruger'3
Btay In Europe. Ilut Mr. Kruger Is an
old man and not accustomed to a cold
climate, so It Is likely ho will sojourn
In tho neighborhood of Nlco for tho
winter. I havo no reason to believe
there, 'Is any ground for tho statement
that President Kruger Intends to vlult
The estate of Naomi Kaalhuc, the
woman -murdered by Puueo, Is valued
at 910.44S.25 by John K. Prcndergast,
I W. 0. Smith, administrator, returns
. the value of the late Henry D. Ron
, erts' estate at 115,191 with 11,150 lia
Walilawa Sugar Co, has answered the
bill for spoclflc performance of D. F,
Dillingham, saying tho plaintiff gave
t tho Holts no consideration on the al
leged agreement of lease, whereas John
lEmmeluth, In good faith and without
knowledge of Dillingham's contrar.'.,
j effected an agreement of lease at $10,-
Arnolii'M Hon Cmlielcr.
Iv'cw York, Oct. 20. Julian Arnold,
sou of Sir IMwIu Arnold, tho uuthiir
of "Tho Light of A'slu," arrived In till.,
city yesterday with two Hi'iillatul Van!
detiTtlvi'H who wllLfit'C'0!Uiiiny Mm lo
London w hero ly-'wlll lie tried "mi
c'lllll'Hea of OtllliCilllIK I HO, 000, t.
000 a year and conveyed the contract to
defendant for 1 cash and 1S00 shares
of stock of a par value of 100 a share,
jj Carriage Maker
S General Repairing.
Painting, Blaoksmithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
Offict Phont, )9o
Powtr Mi Hon Phon , j!j
KprtriA r.ll I.M
Alakta Slr.tt, Malial ol Mtrc ant Slrl.
Piano and Reading Lamps,
Shades, Globes and ' 4 '
Electrical Supplies. '
Sola Acnt tor
The Weslinghousc Elec. & Mfg. Co.,
Special Bargain In New Fixtures.
THE HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LTD., beg leave to
inform their friends and the public generally that they have
moved into their new store corner of Hotel and Fort Streets
where they will be pleased to receive a continuance of former
patronage. None but high grade goods kept in stock. Box
goods a specialty.
Catton, NeM & Co., Ltd.
E3 ILT O-I ZfcT B B 13 S
Boilermakers : : and t : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
13 J0HANN18 WATER
from the Springs of Zollhans, Germany, cures most all alls, Is pleasant lo
take, Is pure and sparkling, does not looselts strength by being bottled. No
nome snouu oe wttnout a arse of dohannls Woterv
W. C. PEACOCK 6r CO. Ltd.
T77" TT&tGi TTsTiLil TTovl Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY : : : : :
R.llabl. i Watchman lurnlahal tor atoraa ani pcor.ity. B.it City ralaiancaa lurolihad. Datactlva
u. confldantlal work of all aorta. ;:
Office Room 4 Model Block
P. O. I10X 284.
Vote the straight Republican ticket.
Sound money and prosperity,
Indorse Republican principles
voieng me siraigni ticKei.
Bliernuin Wns Millionaire.
Aasoclnlcd I'rosa Bpeclal,
Matmfleld, Ohio, Oct, 2(I.t Tim will
of tho Into Rcnator Rlierniuti la to hn
tiled for prohato hero , Tho palate, It U
uuderutood, coimlatliiK of lioiulu ami
fccciirltlffl and i fill cutute lictn and ut
WiiBhliiKton, I), 0 will iiKurt'cnlo about
3,t)oo,ono, Tlicro ro n lurijo iiiimlitr
of lieiiicuu in riliitlM-u,
Vote tho Straight llopubllcan Ticket
General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries)
.Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOON BLOCK. MERCHANT STREET.
IP. O. :B02T 886 lain. 215
P. O. Box 878
Contractors, and Builders
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly oi
' hand.feady to-supply. ' T HAYA8HI, tf'&r.
King Street, near IAliha (Ewa sidcj HonoluluT. of If.
1 O, Box BW -, , "T.laphom IDI
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. laroniK and Diana m ,
JAPA1SB PROTISIOHS & BIBRAL 1EBMDISH
600 BKBKTAWIA flTRKRT
QpfoniTH Quamw'ti noariTAT
To nny part ol tho city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & HARKHAM,
Tel., nil lllue, l O, llox 600,
wrHt will I'e delivered hy courteous
urivcrt 10 any part 01 premises desired.
Put in one o our
A larRe shipment of Fans direct or
alteniatliiK current fonii.e on either
deiU or celllnc.
Blcctrlc Co., Ltd.
Offloe: 46 Morohant r3tr
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