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THE HONOLULU KEPCBLICAK.
Put.Ifihed Every Morning Except Mon day hy the lisbt. Grieve Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL (in TELEPHONES. rlr. - EDITOR OSe Main 21S e:.Ltia1 Rkhs tain E trred t the Pest 021ee at H. T., as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M nth. by Carrier -J . O ar. by Mail S.M f !" rh, by Mall 4.M 71 .c Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, H. T., NOV. 30, l'JOO. WEATHER YESTERDAY. M ToMpTlir 7J Jecrr. M degrees. i 5 j m. W locbw. Una I !"oln tor the Dnjr 6T. Mr-in BvlAttre UumWItr ". WISPS. S 1 vt t. Fokeoast roB TODAT. hpf aking about Trusts, what do you t r i. r.f the Doctors' Trust. It Is " omceded to bo "a poach," but ( ,t ou know that physicians are . tr J to bleed you? Now that one Chinese slave child 1.3-1 Leon rescued from cruel Chlncso owr.rs The Republican hopes the Protective League- will not falter :n Its kolmI work until the nearly two hjr.jrrd Japanese slaves at Iwilei l.ac been released from masters far mart' cruel than Ng Mon War and bin Wife ever dared be. Many inquiries have been made jf t! c Pc nslon Offlce as to the status of claims filed for pensions by sailors of tl t Spanish-American War. Evans said recently that there hao been filed 34,000 claims on of the Spanish-American War up Vi Oct. 22. Calls have been made for onlenee in .13,424 of these claims Mh1k.i1 examinations have been or-U red by this bureau in 2S.324 claim. The difference between the number :f !.iims filed and the number of i t xamlnatioiiB ordered practically r ; t nts the number of widow? an J C ; i touts' riaims. Four thousand tu. I umired and thirty-seven of Uhmj u been adjudicated. War is a t. t' lusines. I.irty has only n desperate fight ing chance against consumption. This wns the consensus of medical opinion as expressed in lectures nt a recent sptclul meeting In New York of the American Association, which was wholly devoted to a discussion of the treatment of tuberculosis. It seemed to be nccepted ns an axiom of sclenco that only the rich may hazard the fearful peril of Good food. "good light, good air and frequent and completo rest all these are necessary. In addition to the best medical care and treatment and all are alike beyond the reach of the poor. As one of the physicians expressed it. "A fat pocketbook is one of the best therapeutic agents in the treatment of consumption." It also seemed to be accepted ns an axiom that unless rich philanthropy comes to the rescue of poverty stricken with tuberculosis, this disease will Increase Its fearful ravages upon the human race. Unfortunately, the world knows only too well that these statements aro true, and nowhere are they more clearly exemplified than In Hawaii It Is not at all certain that consumption Is not mora to be dreaded than leprosy. Dr. Morrison, the famous Pekln correspondent of the London "Times," pleads for a more world-wide recognition of the self denial practised by our General Chaffee at the time of tho demonstration In the Forbidden City of Pekln. which has not. in Dr. Morrison's opinion, received the appreciation It deserves. Of this Dr. Morrison wrote: "The American troops on the lfith fought their way. driving the Chinese In front of them to tho gateway. There was then no agreement to hold General Chaffee back. Ho might have pressed on. taken the palace and hoisted the Stars and Stripes. It would have been a fine prize, and the temptation must have been great: but General Chaffee, possibly acting under Mr. Conger's advice, refrained. It was a noteworthy net." In quoting this the New Yark "Press" adds: "Thus once more in the present Chinese Imbroglio has an American commander acted with a discretion that has not only brought honors to his arm of tho service, but has served to bring additional honors to the American national character, it Is a pity that the demagogues who in the present political campaign, to avert the discussion of pertinent prob lems, take up the task of flinging mud at the American soldier, cannot seo him with the eyes of thfs English Sir Hubert and leave his abuse in tho hands of those particular gentlemen In Congress whose favorite topic is always referring to our army officers as 'our only leisure class." Hawaii Is not the only territory that made a mistake in electing a, delegate to Congress who can be of no earthly value to the people. Arizona Is suffering from a similar affliction. Tho republicans of that territory nominated Governor N. O. Murphy as their candidate for Congress while his democratic opponent was Marcus A. Smith, who has already served ten years as delegate and !n all that time has never accomplished one thing for the Territory. Governor .Murphy is serving ffeta secoad term as Governor having been Gover- nor daring the last hall or Preldeat Harrison's administration. He ba ever been alive to the best interests of the people and a monument to is administration will be the new capita! building which is conceded by every one to be the best public building for the money expended J 120,000 to t found in the United States. Governor Murphy's election, backed by a republican legislature, meant statehood "?r Arizona, but the democratic moss-backs had to vote for the man who coaW play a stiff game of poker and tell a good story at Chamberlain's of the advantages to be de- rfrod bv electing a man of the stamp ni Governor Murptty. in a person n letter recently received from Mayor Monlhon of Phoenix, who by the way is interested In the fight for municipal government here, he says of Governor Marphv: "He Is not only matting a first-class Governor but the best one we have ever had and now despite ilia defeat he is going on to Washington to work for statehood the same as 'f he had been elected." While We May. The bands are such dear bands; They arc to full; they turn at our demands So often Uiey reach out, With trifles scarcely thought about, So many times; tbey do So very many things for me, for you If their fond wills mistake, Wc mav well bend, not break. Tbey arc iucb fond, frail lips That fcpeak to us. Pray, if love strips Them of discretion many times, , Or if they peak too slow, or quick, such crimes Wc pass u.v: for we ,Dny soe Days not far off when thobe small words may be Held not as blow, or quick, or out of plai',"but dear. Because the lips are no more here. They are such dear, familiar feet that go Along the path with ours feet fat jr slow, And trying to keep pace if they mis take - - Or trend ujon some flower that we would take I'tKHi our breast, or bruise some reed. Or crush ioor Hope until it bleed, We may be mute, Not turning quickly to impute Grave fnult; for they and wc Have such a little way to go can Iks Together such a little while along the way We will be patient while wc may. So many little faults we find. We see them ; 'for not blind Is love. We see them ; but if you and 1 Perhaps remember them some by and by,- They will not le Faults then grave faults to jou and me, Hut just odd ways, mistakes, or ecu lcs"? Remembrances to bless. Days change so many things jes. hours; We ee so differently in suns and showers. words tonight Mny be so ruerlshed by tomorrow's light. We may le patient, for we know There's such' a little way to go. Qeoryc Klingle. $ CONDENSED TELEGRAMS Counterfeiters have been arrested In Spokane, Wash. California state troops have been withdrawn from the Yosemlte. The big cotton mill operatives' strike in Alamanle county, N. C, has been declared .off. Standard Oil shares made another high record Nov. 22, selling up to $tl a share. Tho sale of the great Camp Bird mine at Ouray. Colo., to an English syndicate is off. The rebel forces at Buena Ventura have been completely crushed by the Colombian troops. Sir Arthur Sullivan, of London. Eng., the musical composer, is dead. His death was very sudden. The population of West Virginia is 93S.S00. as against 762,794 in 1S90, an increase of 196.00C, or 25.G per cent. Captain W. M. Meredith, of Illinois, has been appointed Chief of the Bureau of Engraving anil Printing at Washington. Illinois leads all the states west of q Alleghany mountains In Ihe matted of increase in population during the last decade. It Is reported that Grand Duke Vladimir will be appointed Regent of the Russian empire to act during the illness of the Cxar. The population of Mississippi as officially announced Is 1,551,270 as against 1.2S9.600 .n 1S90, an increase of 261,670, or 20.2 per cent. Japanese laborers hired by a San Bernardino County, Calif., orange grower were driven away by a committee of thirty men. Webb C. Hayes, the son of Hayes, has been appointed a volunteer aide do camp on the staff ot Major General Chaffee, now in China. General Macabolos, the former Fili pino chief, is preparing to start .n pursuit of Aguinaido with 100 picked natives. supported by American troop-s The population of Missouri, as offl daily announced by the Census Bu reau is 3.103,665, as against, 2,679.184 in 1S90. an increase of 427.4S1, or 15.9 per cent. Trinity College, the newly-founded Catholic institution at C-, for the higher education of women, was dedicated Nov. 22 with Imposing ceremonies. Charles H. Hoyt. the playwright, died at his home at Char leston. N. H., Nov. 20, of paresis, from which he has been suiferlag for several months pasL The annual meeting of the National City ErangelixatioR Union opened in Alleghany City Nov. 22 with the delegates present from all the leading ci ties of the cowtry. There was a vague reaaor la London. Nov. 21, that a battle was ia progress between the Boer force under ueaerai De Wet aad the British troops in South Africa The iorti paid evt f2,29Moe oa caecka ravm Jbr gold deposited ithe Sab J. " s ".Zf ft THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, PRIDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1900. 'V 4 Fraadsco assay ofSce. Of this sain J6S0.OCO was pild over the counter. An EnxlUh syndicate with a caplul of 1,000.000 has jast secured a concession to exploit the Perheca gold fields in Rsssfa. which are acres In extent, la the Anoor The .Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company has secured for the Chi na-Japanese line out of Portland twoi of the largpst steamships that cave yet been operated in the Pacific coast trade. W. F. Mellik. former president of the National Bank of Pocatello, Idaho, and "Cattle King" of the Snake river, is now a raving lunatic in New York, the result, it is thought, of beins sandbagged in Chicago. On thousand men were thrown out of employment by the burning Nov. 22 of the plant of the Minnesota Stone Ware Co.. at Red Wing, Minn. The olant was one of the largest of Its kind in States. Loss, $75.- 000. The five masked men who held np a nassenEer train on the St Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern railroad, near Gifford. Ark.. Nov. 22. are surrounded bv a sheriff's posse three miles from Gifford. The robbers are barricaded in a cabin. At the Old Bailey in London, Nov. 22, F. F. Hodgkinson, a former Brit- toil at Bremerhaven was pntpncl to eiehteen months' penal prvitude for trying to sell a foreign office code book to an agent of a for- piitti nower. A new figure has loomed up in the pugilistic horizon. Herman J. Witte, a lawyer from Cincinnati, has called upon Corbett and champion Jeffries nn offer of $15,000 for a twenty round bout, to take place on or be- I fore February i. ihe Federated Trades Assembly. Nov. 22. at Tampa, Fla.." decided to declare a general sympathetic strike as a result of the trouble there between the International Union of and the Resistencies, the opposing organization. A gang of twelve men made a raid on the Sperrv &. Warnstaft deposit bank at Ashley, ten miles north of Delaware, O., Nov. 20, and tore the building out at one end with five charges ot dynamite in an effortto burst the safety "vault containing $75,- 00- , . , . , An interesting proposition which President McKinley has under consideration contemplates the withdrawal of- military officers in the Philip-ninnc: and their relief by certain bu reau officers, who possess the requi site of having enjoyed wnat is Known in the Armv as a military education. Governor Murphy of Arizona has commuted to four years the sentence of John Echols, who has served three years of a ten years' sentence. The commutation is prompted by the startling confession of i.ing Ussery. a noted criminal, who says he was the gulltv party, and adroitlv arranged his plans so that suspicion fell on Echols. $ j, ,, j, q. ! ! ! l iM ! 'I M 1 'V 'I i' X, LADI you can get the latest styles iu Hair Dressing at our PHRLORS Wo can give you any style you wish in manicuring; The care of the f SCKLP is our specialty Our Hair Tonic will prevent the hair falling out and is a sure cure for dandruff. The lisses De Lartigue 1035 Alakea Street Bear of Dr. Anderson's office t HcGlellan, Pond & Go Real Estate. Insurance, Investments In addition to homesteads and cottages for sale, we quote the following pieces of vacant: $5,000 Corner 110x150 on Kueauiuoku st, near Wilder; will subdivide into three lots. lot 54x135 in King Street Tract, adjoining Dick Daly's. $2,500 Fine Manoa lot lOOx 200 with view of ocean and Diamond Head. $S,000 H acres atPunahou) fronting on campus. college $7,000 Choice corner on Beretania ave. ifakiki district. $1,350 Fino warehouse lot 50x100, Queen street, Xewalo. M'CLELLANPOND&GO. TeLMin39 - - Jodd Building IBIQI LSMfltt BBsPsI CjfelTAtf'ttyOdOOO.OO III. FISHER &C0. Members ol Honolulu Exchange Stock and Bond Brokers r 411 FORT STREET. Advances Made on Approved Security PACIFIC TRUSTOR Ct). 227 Kin& St., Next to Bailey's Cyclery. EXPRESS WAGONS, DRAYS, LUMBER WAGONS asd DUMP CARTS ALWAYS ON HAND. TRUNKS, FURNITURE asp SAFES HANDLED. Mais 85 Telephone - - The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. Importers ana Dealers ia Hardware, Crockery, and Glassware 2, 3 and 4 Light Chaudeliers and Metal and Glass Lamps, Lamp Fixtures Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Lard oil. Ovlinderoil, Dynamo oils, etc. Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural Implements, etc. House Furnishing Goods, Etc. Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions Ttibio Cutlery etc. Plantation Supplies oi Every Description. Hart's Patent " Duplex' Die Stock for Pipe, and Bolt Cutting; Rubber Ho&c, plain or wire bound, etc. Agents for Tbe Aermotor, Made of steel and will last longer and give better satisfaction than any other manufactured. ' Orders from the other Islands solicited and promptly tilled WiCMlCo LIMITED REEKED SUGARS. Cube and Granulated. PA1UFFINE PALNT CO.'S Paints, Compounds and Building Papers. PALNT OILS, Lucol Raw and Boiled. " Linseed Ba w and Boiled . " INDUMNE, Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside and outside; in white and colors. FER HlrlZERS Alex. Cross & Sons' Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar cane and coffee. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s ohemkal Fertilizers and finely ground Bonemeal. STEAM PIPE COVERING, Beed's patent elastic sectional pips Covering. FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS, Linen and Jute. Agents For EBTEBN SUGABBi?rNlNaCO, Sm Jfauidaca, Cl BALDWIN LOCOMOTi VhUadfllpki fi WORKS, NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO, (MaaLXatiowd dHftNUsf HwYk,U., OHLANDT 00 C- mat ..& "? 4j OaL SIBDON IBOiT AJTO LOOOMCWmi WOBK& fe rarAJfciAx. THE mi OF HAWAII. LIMITED Incorporated Umder the Law of tke Republic ot Hawaii. CAPITAL W00.000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Charles 1L Cooke President P. C Jones Vice-President C.H. Cooke Cashier F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier Directors: Henry "Waterhonse, Tom May. F. W. Macfariane. E. D. 'JsaMT. J. A. McCandless. Solicits the Accounts of Firms. Corporations. Trusts, Individuals and will promptly and carefully attend to all business connected with banking entrusted to IL Sell and purchase For eign Exchange, issue Letters o DEPARTMENT. Ordinary and Term Deposits received and Interest allowed In accordance with rules and conditions printed in passbooks, copies of which may be had on application. Judd building. Fort street. CLACS SPREGKELS. W.M. G. IRWIN Claus Spreckels & Co., Bankers. HONOLULU. - - - H.l. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DSAWEZCHANQE OK SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. LONDON Tbe Union Bank of. London, Ltd. NEW YORK Al, rican Exchange National Bank. CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonuais. BERLIN Dresdner U?nk. HONGKONG AND Hongkong and Shanghai Baukinv Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND of British North America. TBAKSACT A GENERAL SANKINO AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Keceived. Loans Made .on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PBOMPTLY ACCOUNTED FOB. BISHOP & CO. BANKERS. TRANSACT A GENERxVL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued, available iu all the Principal Cities of the World. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits: SEVEN days notice 2 per cent. (This form will not bear interest unless it remains undisturbed for one month.) THREE MONTHS 3 per cent, per annum. Six Months 3 per cent, per annum. Twelve Months 4 per cent, poi annum. $6i00 Its All In The Qual' iiy for the price anove we wrill rnaruel, vour wheel in a way that MAKESH look like ' Ail Ends of Repair Work. IO Rifles, Shot Guns, Cartridges, Etc. Pacific Cycle and NTs. Co., Ltd. , J v -JT olek mm. mx sum. H. MAY & GO. Grocers BOSTON BLOCK Fort Street t t I t P0MMERT7' SEC and Champagne Nature (Yin Brat). Owing to its rare Excellence commands a higher price in England than any other Champagne. The above were all personally selected by me when in England, and being imported under the old duties and marked accordingly, I believe those who-take advantage of this sale will get the cheapest and handsomest goods ever offered in Honolulu. -V 3SSSSJiC3W6SISaCSSSSS3SSSSS3 E. W. JORDAN NO. iQ FORT STREET Pool'' mery Sec Is The Fight QUALITY W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD. SOLE AGENTS TEKRFTOKY OF HAW AH. SWSSSWftfWWSSiJJWWW E. W. JORDAN flO. 10 pOHT STREET For Christmas Presents We have now on display in our window a splendid assortment of rMNDK EOT1F5 ' consisting of ranging fron 25c to $5.00 each - UMEiT FLrlSP ill from 4 to 1 inch hem in all qualities ftoojv m. i - LYMES' RML UlCE -:..4 in Honiton, Duchess, Brussels Point, Maltese (in silk), Embroidered Chiffon; - mmmmtmmmmimmmimmmmmmmm9O0mmmm$mmmimmmm$mnt$t99tttin!i(:r i I ,-v. ,. ., wt4' -&&SF Jii v "i JUtZ: :AfC -J "J i- i