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Till- EVKNINO HUl.l.liriNl IIONOI.IH.U, II. I., NMDAY. NOVHMIIHIt o, igoo.
Davis & geah i
ttfmw id OoiinHil.fi at Law
i. . to, 1 1 mi luint. ,
m. fi.n and M h S.,Hliilu
MABLES P. PEIER5W
-n.Uorov vt Jjuw and
J. M. KANKAKUA,
Attorney nnd Counsellor at
twice: tn tho Occidental Hotel,
terser of King and Alakea Streets,
TV. C. Achl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
Offce No. 10 West Kins 8troet
8vrtoos,Pliys!clans M Dentists.
Dcs. Cooper & McDonald.
AIakea Street. m
IV Cttt t jo lo to a m., .10 4 an! TloSp. m.
B. Mitial-i.a m to a p m.. Tlolp ".
rt (nnptr 8 )o to to a m.
pr. McDwtaM i lo p. m,
it, TtLtl'HONB M It
DR."J. T. WAY80N,
JJs rtmovtd to his new office and resl
intce. Beretanla St., neatly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS JfJ0J; 0 .,,;
,6n TKL. Main 6
DR. W. H. MAYS
& crawl an office for the practice of
eiJiclne anJ Surgery, at tig Beretanla
Stiwt. next house ccyonJ Central Union
Clvirch. HOURS: io to 12, 1 to 4 and
7 to 8; Sundays, 9 to 1 1. TLLLWIONE
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Tin rroDrned his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
It- 8 p.m. J
S3. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Ofice and Residence: Corner
Btretasls and Mll'er streets.
Orrici Houbs: SI011A M.
10 1 r. m.
7 o I p. M.
5vmATS o 0 10 IIUO A. M.
TttXPHONE wt. WHITE.
Br, W. J,
OSce and Residence: Heretanla and
Of Hoots: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4
H. m.; ' to S p. in.
WU WALTER HOFFMANN.
31ERKTANIA STREET (opposite tha
Telephone S10. P. 0. Box, SOI.
OT.ce hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
S. m.;" to 8 p. m.;Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m
DR. 1. N. SINCLAIR
School Street, between Emma and Fort
Hoars: 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.;
to I p. zn.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
DSre for the present with Dr. Anderson,
AlaKea St. near Mote I.
Office Hours 8:iotQ4
DR. R. I. MOORE,
OJSce: 222 Hotel Street.
OBce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
3Iairc ! to 4. Telephone 434.
.tad other Rings, Watches, Bract
arts, Pins, and an extensive variety
el a, :BiAJRa.
44U FORT STREET.
IiMliIn Concrete Company.
DfficTwithH. P. Bertleman, Contractor,
Coc St opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO AU. kinds of Stone and'Concrrte
Wurk it CALIFORNIA PRICES.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cnnent Side Walks at very reasonable
Chime ud Uwm Flrmu
Fl ,N QAVS' n (Hi
. , t'liiutPt Hi .mJ m utv itvti
... rnrntti iiautt mi
.N'tw Mouljlnit Frame haw
Klnjr anJ Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stok Yttd.
t4f) ri 1 1 1'lioNr toj
T. KAT8UNU.MA & Co.
A. t. OlAWA rtaairef,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Teatroferr Offic Roea, rar.talr. Sttecteli ktlll
Hi Ttl, ;n
LADItS SKIKTS CLEASO
ClxtMneClfiiKj, th.4 arj Hipaliti
-UITS .MAUI TOOHUCK- .
Tit cuatanifci frf-Lnw.it prk.
roil Strttt, nir Kukul inj nur Offhmm Ttatr
Prlct Ctianlng tnt suit, St Djtlng mlt tt.y.
Wong Bai Keo
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A piaricr Fir OuAaAHtiiD
404 Fort St., near King St.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Clttnlni, Drains and Ktpolrlng Sptcltlty
A Fill AtSORTMtNT Of AMfRICArt, ENOL1SH AND
SCOTCH (.LOTH ON HAND
No. !9 Nuuinu ttrttt, Honolulu, H. I.
Oooi woih in4 flnl-cUii fit ruritMil
.ioin utanta ana Ktpi'rti
Irchltects, Contractors and Bonders.
Joblilnn : 1'runii'tly : Attemleil : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor awl Builder,
Stora and Ofllca Ftttlnr.
Plana and Cstloattt rurnlahal.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR fe CO.,
Architects and Builders
Oao W. Patt
f. W. BaardtlH
P. O. Bo Ttl
BDAUD8LEE t PAGE
rchJtects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
-icnoiuiu, n. 1.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish'
it Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
'calors in Lmnbor and Goal
ALEEN & ROBINSON,
Qut.611 Hlrt. Houolnln
1. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
v ;iir of old stand. Entranc on Kl.ig
'.'tt. Or'r left at either shop, or office,
x John Nett'f 4'are, Kln street, will rr
t'v rrnmc i.tU'i'lon. lifi'tf
Baer and Wine Dealers.
IKPOBTEBO, AMD WHOLIIill
Vine and Lipr Dealers,
Atanti lor Iht Bottlad Raltlar Baar ol taattla
NO. 19 NOUANU 8TBEBT
raiiai Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian liunoa.
P. O. Boi ht. Mutual Tal.pbona yol.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANl
Z2fi Queen street. Honolulu , H
CoHsoMateilSoila Water Co., L'r
'.ornir Allev A Fort Sti., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
In ltc New Quarters on Hotel St.
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT
T. A. SIMPSON
LATU OF THE CRITERION
Enterprise Beer on Draught
The ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
you bate a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything olse. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
'HIT 0WWE1T PROdRESS
I IliUT. HOOD'S STHONli
IStcMjity for Absolute Control In Pa
cific Takes Pessimistic View
of Possibility of
New York, Oi t. 89. A npfcl.il to tin
Her 11 Id from WimliliiRtiin n):
An tnrmn pita fur a gocniincnt rn
bit? nctomt the I'nrlllc utrnn In mntlr liy
I.kut. Jtihn IIixmI of tlir Nnty, who per
furiiicil iHilulilc work In the miner
which tlpllnlti'ly i-stnlilliilieil n entii
fuctory mute, In mi nrtlilo pfilills'ied
lit the iiirrcnt number of the I'rwee-,-l:m
of the Naval Inntlttitv.
"If we wish to Hfcure oumclvrH
aKHlimt all ni'iitnalltleB, and lie fully
cipilppeit to take our (nrt rucciw-
fulf) In the'triiK,te ct the nucH tint
tt.t II jl able laws of i'i-"'iii'"ti f nw
us to enter, let us," ea) Lieut. Hood,
"nut only fortify our l-;s, build hitt
and equip anniea, but let um Ii" all
means prepare llej way to render tlit'to
lit t tR and armle efTlcletit nnd capable
of their utmost usefulness, by supply
ing them with tho safe, sure jnd
piompt Information no neccwsaiv 10 nuy
succcssfiil untlertaklnfr. The only -;
to attain this end with certainty .ui.l
success Is for tho Ooiernmcut to lay
and operate Its or.-n cables, nni' to coi,
struct, equip and mnn Ha own cubic
ships, and the beginning of this (it-at
work cannot bo made too soon "
Lieut. Hood tal.n a very ptxssiir'si'.c
view of the chances of cabb- legisla
tion. For a time, he ayA, It fcemed
probable that nc"oi wouM lit- tnkin,
but now It may b afcl said nil cable
legislation Is dead .ir tl-u pi ser... rnd
Is mole than likely to remain dead for
n long time tornme while n mrry flitht
Kuen on between the opposing liteuit of
goctunicut and private nvnerHlilp.
"For sure defense," continues tho
lieutenant, lioth for our own coas
mid of our Island possessions. It Is ab
solutely necessaiv for the Amerlc in
flect to hao pcrVet freedom of move
ment to all pans uf our coasts. To
carry out an) tttslgn for tho protection
nnd extension of our Influence In our
far distant possessions, It Is ne'essary
to have absolutely sure communication
between our iltet end our seat of go
ernment. The former of these .'jjeolx
can only be attained by the cor.itr je
tton of a national Inter-ocean canal,
and the latter by .1 mi'lnua, l'a.-lilc ea
Lieut. Hood calls attent'ou ti the
fact that surety and secrecy can only
be attained by a cable ownetl,
controlled and worked by the Govern
ment Itself by Its own agents.
"Admiral Cevcra's book," no sas,
"shows how- utterly Impossible It Is in
time of war to preserve secrecy w'lh
private cables. In spite of all th- efforts
of this Oo eminent to Isolate Cuba and
suppress all dlspttches regarding the
motments of our fchlps, we are aston
ished to find how minutely General
tllanco nnd Admlial Cervera we-. In
formed of the movements of our ships
and squadrons, een on our own coast
"From n military point of lew tb
question of the nationality of the oper
ators Is most Important. No foreigner
or alien of any description should be
allowed to have any connection with
the lino In any capacity whatevtr
Its direction and operation should bo
American, puio and simple, or betrayal
of trust will suiely follow.
"One other great military advantage
of a national over a private cable Is
the possession by tho Government of
propel ly equlppul and manned cable
ships. In the conflicts of the future the
cable and cable ships aro destined to
play a part hardly secondary to that uf
the army aud navy. It may be taken
as an axiom In future wars between
natlonB with outlying possessions that
a cable war will go on side by side with
the military operations and that na
tion which has failed to provide Itself
with cables nnd cable, laying nnd cui
ting appnratus will bo worsted."
FRENCH CAUINBT CRISIS.
New York, Oct, 30. A dispatch to he
Times from Paris says: Tho great"St
part of tho French press Is ery hos
tile In Its criticisms of Premier Wal-
ileck-Huusseau's speech at Toulout
jesterday. It Is regarded as too radical
and socialistic In tendency. Papers
like Le Temps and Le Figaro, wht'h
represent tho great body of moderate
opinion, are especially hostile, aud It Is
evident that the Premier has against
blm many who have hitherto suportid
him. The fall of the present Govern
ment Is anticipated In a week or two,
and the close of the exposition seems to
Indicate a period of considerable poli
tical unrest. Lltely times are anti
cipated when the chambers open on
November Cth. The universal feeling
lb that the Government will not last
PER B. 8. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, Jates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .jll line ot
canned goods. CAMAKINOS' REFRI
An Hawaiian fruit drink'" Mali
(My ah.) Ice cream soda served fre.li
each day ut Ilenson, Smith & Co. 'a upi,
Fort aud Hotel.
ACCLITANCU HAS NOT
III:L:K (1LNLKAL YI.T
Fiance and United States Kind Stum
bling Block to Prompt Action
Japan's Acceptance is
Washington, Nov. L The align
ment of the Powers on the British-
German agreement Is now practically
completed, Russia being the only gov
ernment remaining to bt heard fro'il.
Aside from Italy nnd Austria, whuo
adherence to the agreement was ex
pected owing to their relations wi'h
Germany, Japan is the only one of the
powers who has glcn uncondltlonil
assent tu the agreement. As the mallT
now stands, (he of the powers are unit
ed In all tho terms of the agreement,
lt.: Great Britain, Germany, Italy,
Austria and Japan. Two of the pow
ers, the United States and France, ac
cept the clauses relating to tho open
door nnd the territorial Integrity of
China but withhold action on tho third
clause relating to future procedure In
case nny power seizes territory. TI19
course of Russia Is not known so far
as oulclals here are advised, as neither
the Stato Department nor tho Russian
KmbaBsy has received Information of
any Russian answer. It hns been their
opinion that tho Russian response
would be similar to that of the United
States and France, although this lev
has been somewhat shaken by the per
sistent reports from Berlin that Rus
sia would concur with the agreement.
The effect of the exchango has been
In bringing (Ho of the powers to r.n
agreement to respect the "open door"
and the Integrity of China, and to con
suit among themselves as to a future
course In case any of the other powtrs
Bought to tnke Chfneso territory. Thcoo
"othef powers," as the negotiations
hnvo now shaped, are the United State:
France nnd probably Russia. As to tho
United States, there Is no possibility of
an Initiative In Inking territory so that
terms of tho third clause would appeal
to France and Russia and would bring
about eoncunent nctlon of tho II va
powers In case cither of these Bought to
extend their domain in China.
Closes the Mill
New York, Nov. 1. Because his son
Walter is In Jail charged with the min
der of Jennie Bosschleter, the Paterson
mill hand, James McAllister has shut
down his silk plant in that city. All
the employes have been paid off and the
works are closed.
Mr. McAllister started the mill about
six years ago for the benefit of WalUr.
It was his desire to give his Ron u
chance to succeed In business and build
up a first class plant Walter wa
manager an dalthough the Arm was
known as James McAllister & Co., hn
was the head at the mill. About six y
persons were employed. Business wni
good until two weeks ago, or until Wal
ter was arrested on the charge of mr,-
der. The father had the BpooU all run
off and then closed the mill and paid
off the emplojes.
Danger of Disturbance
New York, Nov, 1. The outlook for
social nnd political disturbances In
France Is becoming graver every duy,
t-avs a Paris dispatch to the Times.
In the North 100,100 miners are on
strike and the recent socialistic talk
from members of the Government
seems to have encouiagcd a violent nnl
Moreover, the Catholics nre becoming
eiy bitter at the declared Intention of
the Go ernment to close official careei j
to all who have been educated In reli
gious Institutions'. The Catholic tiresa
Is veiy bitter, aud the clergy are mak
ing common cause with tho other ene
mies ot the Government Only the fact
that the Government controls the
church funds prevents the clergy ox-
pressing their opinion vigorously on
New York, Nov, 1. While undergo
ing minor repairs and taking on am
munition and supplies the training
ship Buffalo will remain at the Brook
lyn navy yard until December 4th,
when she will start on a. Mediterranean
cruise with adother crew of landsmen.
The Buffalo will not go to tho Phil
ippines or to China as she did on her
former voyage, word having been re
ceived from the commandant of the
Asiatic squadron that there are enough
men with the Asiatic squadron to man
all the vessels tn service there.
Tho battleship Kearsarge has bee.)
placed In the dock at the navy yatd,
where she will probably remain a we.i
to receive n thorough cleaning, scrap
ing and overhauling prcpniutory to her
winter cruise In Wist Indian waters.
The tug Wompntuck will bo ready
to sail for Manila within a month, anil
will try to make n tecord run to the
Philippines via tho Suez canal.
The Evening Bulletin, '5 cents per
Real KiUte itid lo.8rat.ee.
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New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
TNA Fire INSURANCE COMPANl
. OF HARTFORD
HCNRT ST. OOA.
Members Stock tn lord ExchMo.
EDWARD P0LLITZ& Co
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attaatloa ra lo oaf cfeaao sal Mlt if
Hawaiian Sniar Slock.
Loata Natotlotos. laattn aal ronifi lloaaa
tad Bonda. .
403 California St..
Ban FrancUoo, Cal
Stock and Bond Broker
Maabor ol Hawaiian Sloes BicSaafa.
Melnerny Block, Fort Street.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brobei.
Maakot ol Iba Hoaolsli Slock llckui.
Olfloe Queen street, oppoadta TJnlos
I ataoSooV aoS PO Boa,.,
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
FJ"ctro-riydraullc Power Tranamlsdrt
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen utreel.
Office next to Fix office. 183)
3 A MES T. TAYLOR,
M. Aa. Soc. C. B.
806 Judd Block. Tele. 6SS.
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern SUGAR HA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scrlptton made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for lrrigatloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair,
executed at shortest notice.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
Vol. PUBLISHED IN HlLO. N
Is a pretty
jood paper for
$2. 50 per an
Advert Is 01
who use Its c
HAWAII SHIMPO SHA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of ''HAWAII ?HIMPO,"
Ih. only daily Japanasa paper publl.hti
In III. f.rtltory o) Hawaii
Y. SOG A, Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA. Proprietor
tST Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King street. P O. Box 907.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving bwr pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness Ciice, Telephone iffi.
Gen. Booth Conies
to the IJnited States
Now York, Nov 1. General William
Booth, .commander-in-chief of the Sal-i
vation Army, in coming hero next Sei
tember to take practically the control
of the Salvation Army In the United
States for at least six months, Th's
announcement was made last night by
Commander Booth -Tucker, who arrived
here from England on the steamer Teu
tonic, He went there early In Octobt r
to Invite the General to come oer and
assist In the solution of problems w hlch
the Salvation Army Is endeavoring lo
solve. One of the chiet prjMems, ne
said, was that of organizing and main
taining the farm colonies whlca the
army is establishing In some uf the
"The army, which has tho rower uu-
der-lts charter to Issue bonds," the
commander said, "may Issuo bonds to
the amount of $150,000 to put the colo
nies on a Arm basts. It has ben Bald
that the poor in the cities don't want
to go Into the country to lUe. They
do not want to go Into the country. I
have 5000 more applications for homes
In our colonies thuu I can grant. Gen
eral Booth la a great organizer, aud
win bo able to uld us In a satisfactory
solution of the problem "
When asked us to the rumor that he
was to he transferred to fconio other
command, Commander Booth-Tuckor
said horlfiiow nothing of It.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Lnxatlvo Uromo Quinine Tablet!.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure, E. W Grove's signature
Is on each box. :s cents.
j 1'iinn ti nil nn 1 1.LU1
Judd Building, I'ort street
Incorporated under the Ui of th
Territory of Hawaii,
HeMfrt A . .
. OFFICERS AND DIRKCTOR8.
Charles M, Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vlco President
C. It. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhousc, Tom May, F. W.
Macfarlane, E. D, Tenney, J, A. Ms
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking- An.
trusted to It Sell and Purchase For.
clgn Exchange, Issuo Letters ot Credit
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordm,
with rules and conditions printed la
passbooks, copies of which may be had
Muos Srascxau. w. ii. lawn
Clans Meckel? uo,
Son rraneiieo AgentiTan Nrtadj
National. BAwa- op Saw Francisco.
8am FnAMCisco-The Nevada Natlona
Bank of San Francisco.
LoifDow The Union Bank of London.
Nkw York American Exchange Na
CntoAao Merchants National Bank
Parib Credit Lyonnala.
Dublin Dresdner Bank.
H0NKON0 awd Yokohama Honk.ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria awd Vawcouvsr Bank a
British North Amerlu..
Trusact i Seienl Mm aid EMaiie bsiiin
Depolsts Received. Loans made on Ap-
BroTed Security. Commercial and Travalan
.'J let" Bm' 0f Kxch,I1a bontM
OOLUOTIOWS PaOMlTLT AcooowTap Toa.
Transact a General Bankirg
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued, avail '
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent., (this
fonn will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 8 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent, 12 months 4.
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. 31, 18, 1111,177.1
Money loaned on approved security
ASavingaBank for monthly depoalta,
Houses built on the monthly Install.
Twentieth Bert of Stock U Ban
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prat
dent: 8. H. RniA Vl PnnM.H.t O
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secratarf,
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. ,
Row, A. V. Oear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt. O. aV
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OEAR.
chamber ot Commerce room.
Offlpe Hours- 12:xn 1;S0 d. r
suiter e go.
Savings Deposit will ba
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP dt CO.
Tb Yokohama Specie Bul
SubKrlbal Capital Y.n x.ooo.ooo
Pali Up Capital ,..Yn 18,000.000
R.Krv.4lund '.,, Yen J,t jo.ooo
Heal Ofllc, Yokohama.
Tha Bank ban and reoelvet for a.
lection Bllla ot Bxchanga, laauaa Dram
and Latter of Credit, ana traaaMti
a general bank-tag badnsaa.
Oa Ftsa Dopoalt for ia Moats, ihimsI s. a
Oa FI10S Dwpoelt lor ( , J
Oa Fnut Dap.all for 1 boo, ,
Branch of Che Yokohama Specie Dank,
Met Kepmiic Biiiim. in nu ouoiut
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers aro furnhihed with from
five to atx lists per week, giving an ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers ot attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
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