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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, U I., TUE8.J.Y, MAKOU 13, 11)00.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Seasickness m '
Pleasant and Refreshing
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Honolulu : Drug : Co.
J Dp. La Deux Limlnent
I .For Rheumatism, Spra'ns, Bruises, Lame Bark, Sec.
Oup Compound Cough Sypup
I i, For Coughs and Colds, none be ter.
Royal Tasteless Castor Oil
1 hi CU.dren Ion for It.
Dp. McCorda's Vegetable Anti-Bilious Pills
For a gentle Laxative, they won't RPt you. Try our Headache Tublcts
will release the most obstinate case of heaJache In fifteen minutes.
DO YOU DRINK MATED WATERS ?
If so, make them AT HOME with pure water from your own
"liter, by means of ....
The latest scientific method, simple to operate, perfect In result,
Absolute purity guaranteed.
Every home should have, them
A Splendid Oonsitfiiniuut
Busies, Roiid Oarts, and Hurnoss.
Specially Sole(5ted for Locnl Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
"W. W. WKIOIIT. Prop'r.
Just Received :
fun PnH nrnnhtrrln.
Atmore's Mince Meat,
Condensed Mince Meat,
Apples, Turnips, Hams,
New Crop Nuts and Raisins.
Cream Chocol.ite Tablet. Jims,
Jellies. Shrimps. Table Fruits, Olives.
Otegou Burbank Potatoes, Crickets and Cakes, &c., &t
SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT !
Just Ridivjd, a New Lot of Groceries:
Norweehn Anchov'es, H illand Hsrrlnjr, Svss Chees. Met'wurst Sausage.
' Brom tnl in." -a ne v jsllv In p wder. Alph i Hume Pudding 5 varl.Hn.
Boston B 011 Breil. Oyster Sm e in J Red-Hut Spimsh. Cnlle Con Carne.
Rutabjca Turnips. ic c Yr.ist. Co densed Mince Meat, etc.
Dried Fruit in Great Vaslety. At-
Telephone 880. Fort street Orpheum Block.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
The Wateiiiouse Store,!
,BtheI street. Telephone 24
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
of Surreys, Pheotons,
FOKT 8TUEKT, ABOVE HOTEL.
212 KIiik Htreflt. iitfxt to tho Arlington.
The Mclntyre .Store
Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephone ai
Hotels and Restanrants.
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
Only White Help Employed
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
BtiT.UEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
W. Ottman. late licensee of the Ocean
View Saloon end of. car line, Walklkl, has
opened tne same prmlse as up-to-.ate
ICE CREAW PARLORS.
TEA, COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS :-
maybe obt lined at all REASONABLE
HOURS. Private parlors and every con
venlence for the comfort of visitors.
WE OFFER YOU THE'
Best -5c. Cigar
Li do had for tbo money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUH DOMESTIC
Bsaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and rocers.
J08 KJNG 8TREET.
Q. J. JValleh, : : Mamaqib
Wholesale and Retail
Oregeon and Tamales
Fresh Ranch Eggs
Naval Oranges s
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, Kliu s'reet.
Is the foretaste of the whole day. Spol.
that and we probably spoil ill."
Be su'e the coffee Is good, and that It
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone mo. hi Fori St
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, and Wuolehalr
Wiie ai Lipr Dealers.
Af tots tor th Bottled Hainltr Baar ol Mania.
NO. 19 NlllJANU NlKKKT
Foitti Block. Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
P O. Boi i it Mutual Ttlapbuna jo8
30NSALVES 6c GO , Ltd
VEOLE8ALE GROCERS AM
l9Qi1fln ofrPOt, Honnlnh , ",
loasoiidaten HgcLi Waier uo., L'd
iorner Allen & Fort Sti., Honoluli,
rbB Hercanlile Printing. Co.
119 King St.
CHURCH AND SOCIETY WORK.
REGISTER HAWAIIAN SHIPS.
(Continued fiom pago 1.)
Hlrlctlon of trado between Hawaii anc
the United StnUs to American vessels
0cr 80 per cent of this trade Is nan
usually conducted In American Ms
sols. DnrliiR the fiscal year ondeo
Juno 30, 1S9S, tho trnilc between thesi
Islands nnil the United States was rep
resented by 30,7CC tons of American
shipping nnil 101,201 tons nf foreign
shipping upon entries and clearances
at American ports.
In anticipation of tho pnssago of
such a bill, several largo steamships
nro already under construction or con
tract In American jnrds, and by ex
tending the time for the taking effect
of this bill to enc year from dato of Its
passage, not only the ships now under
construction, but other vessels, will
bo constructed to take tho place of
those foreign cssc1b taken out of this
trado by tbo passage- of this bill. Ac
cordingly tho measure will not dimin
ish tho transportation facilities be
tween tho Islands and tho United
States, but will, on tho contrary, lead
to an early Improvement In thoso faci
lities and also encourage- the construc
tion of additional vessels In the Unit
Tho following from tho report of
the Commissioner of Navigation, re
lating to legislation for Hawaii, fully
explains the purposes and provisions
of this bill:
The legislation will bo In accord
with tho precedent established on the
annexation of Alaska.
Tho second provision of tho bill pro
vides for tho registration of vessels
owned by Ilawallans at the tlmo of an
nexatlon. This proposition Is also In
accord with the precedents of the Al
aska and Louisiana purchases. With
tho transfer of sovereignty Hawaiian
vessels look to tho United States for
protection, and they should recelvo the
full privileges of vessels of tho United
States. Tho bill, as passed by tho
House, proposed tho natlonalbntlon of
vessels owned by Hawallana on July
7, 1898, tbo dato of the approval of
tho resolution of annexation. Tho
treaty for tho purclmso of Louisiana
was proclnlmcd on October 21, 1803,
and tho registry act, passed In ISO I,
provided that vessels owned by Ameri
can citizens or Inhabitants of tho ced
ed territories on December 20, 1803,
could bo registered. Tho Alaska treaty
was proclaimed Juno 20, IS 07, and tho
registry act, passed In 1SCS, provided
that vessels owned by tho Inhabitants
of tho ceded territory on June 20, 18G7,
could bo registered.
After tho approval of tho resolution
for the annexation of Hawaii several
vessels were brought under tho Hawa
iian flag, which had ceased to exist.
Up to tho tlmo of annexation vessels
under tho Hawaiian flag havo an cqul
tablo claim to American documents,
which was recognized by tho House
bill. Vessels admitted to Hawaiian
register since annexation havo no such
claim. In general legislation It seems
safer to follow tho principle and the
precedent In thd Alaska 'case, limiting
tho privilege: of registry to tho dato
of annexation. Vessels registered In
Hawaii after that date and applying
for American registry can with propri
ety bo considered on their merits In a
special bill or bills. Tho fact that Ha
waiian registers were- being lsssued
after Hawaiian sovereignty had ceased
was brought to tho notice of tho
President, and on September 8, 1899,
an Executive order wns issued sus
pending thcieaftcr tho Issuo of Hawa
Tho Louisiana nnd Alaska registry
laws referred to nro as follows:
Bo It enacted by the Scnato and
House of Representatives of tho Unit
ed States of America In Congress an
scmblcd, That any ship or vessel pos
sessed of and sailing under a Spanish
or French register, and belonging, on
tho 20th day of December, 1803, r.r.d
continuing to belong wholly to any
citizen or citizens of tho United States,
then residing within tho territories
ceded to tho United States, by tho
treaty of the 30th of April, 1803, be
tween tho United States and tho French
Republic, or to any person or persons
being, on tho said 30th day of April, an
Inhabitant as aforesaid, may be regis
tered, enrolled, and licensed In tho
manner prescribed by law; and being
so registered, enrolled or licensed,
shall bo denominated and deemed a
ship or vessel of tho United States, and
entitled to tho benefits granted by any
law of tho United States to ships nr
vessels thereof: Provided, That It
shall bo lawful for tho collector to
whom application shall be mado for a
ccrtlllcato of registry, enrollment, or
license for such ship 01 .esse! by any
citizen or Itinnbltnnt as aforesaid, to
mako such variations In the forms of
tho oaths, certificates and licenses as
shall render them applicable to tho
cases herein Intended to bo provided
for: And provided nlso, That every
such Inhabitant applying as aforesaid
shall, prior to his being entitled to re.
eclvo such ccrtlllcato of registry, en
rollment or llccnso, deposit with iho
collector, the register nnd other papora
under which such ship or vessel had
been navigated; and also tako nnd sub
scribe befaro tho collector (who Is
hereby authorized to administer tho
same) the following oath: I, A. D.,
do swear (or affirm) that I will be
faithful nnd bear truo allcglanco to tho
United States-of America, and that I
do entirely renounce and abjure all
alleglanco nnd fidelity to every for
eign prlnco, potcntnto, state, or sover
eignty whatever, nnd particularly to
tho King of Spain and the French Re
public. Section 2. And be It further enacted,
That the Inhabitants of tho said ccdrtd
territory who were residents thPicof
on tho 13th day of April, 1803. who
Bhall tako tho oath aforesaid, and who
shall contlnuo to rcsldo therein, or citi
zens of the United States residents of
said ceded territory, shall bo pntltled
to all the benefits and privileges of
owning Bhl pa or vessels of tho United J
3tntcs, to nil Intents nnd purposes, as
f they wcro resident citizens of tho
Approved, February 25, 1901.
Section 3. And bo It further enacted,
That tho Stcrctniy of the Treasury bo,
nil ho Is hereby, authorized to inuko
nil prescribe such regulations as he
nay deem expedient for the natlonual
zntlon of all vessels owned by actual
csldcnts of said ceded territory on nnd
.luce tho 20th day of June, 18C7, and
vlilch shall contlnuo to have been ho
iwned up to the date of such nationali
sation, and that from any deputy inj
ector of customs upon whom there has
ocen, or shall hereafter be, confcircl
any of the powers of a collector under
ind by virtue of the 29th section of
ho "Act further to prevent smuggling,
ind for other purposes," approved
July IS, 18C6, the Secrctnry of tho
Treasury Bhall havo power to rcqulro
bonds In favor of tho United States In
inch amount as tho said Secretary
shall prescribe for tho faithful dis
charge of official duties by such deputj
Famous Old Convict Ship.
Ono of tho curiosities In England nt
present Is the old convict ship Success,
which has recently been converted Into
a museum, or Into what a foreign jour
nalist styles "a chamber of horrors."
It was built Hi) years ago, and Its first
years were spent In cruising between
tho East Indies and England. In 1823
the Urltlsh Admiralty bought and sta
tioned It in th 1 waters of Western Aus
tralia. Captain Stirling was then In
command, nnd from 1.1s Scottish blrth
placo tho town of Perth In Australia
takes Its name. Trom 1847 to 1851
tho Success piled between London and
Port Adelaide. Tho Success was next
used to transport criminals of the deep
est dye to Van bicmen's Land, ns Tas
mania was .ncn called, and It nlso
served as a floating prison for especial
ly dangerous criminals. The vessel
then became known as "Tho Hell of tho
Ocean," n title which was evidently
well deserved. Old records show that
some awful scenes took place on It.
Tho prlso ers' cells were In two tiers
under tho deck and wcro so small that
tho Inmates could hardly movo In
them. Moreover, they wcro so fash
ioned that they could be made light or
dark, and tho most Insubordinate pris
oners wcro nlways placed In the lat
ter. These curious cells, many of tho
old Instruments of torture, nnd n num
ber of wax figures, representing fn
mous criminals, nro now being exhibit
ed on tho Success, and arc attracting a
crowd of sightseers. Tho old ship Is at
present In Lelth harbor, in Scotland
PEIt S. S. r.USTRALIA.
Just landed a full line of grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A full line of
canned goods. CAMARINOS' REFRI
Livery and boarding stables at Long
Buy your carrlago rratcrlal from the
Pacific Vehicle and S'.pply Co.
George Haffncr, jeweler, has moved
to Vineyard street near tho Queen Ho
tel. Nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from $1.00
oer week up.
Livery nnd boarding stables have
been established by iho Club Stables at
Luug Branch, Walklkl.
The use of tne Singer In m'Mlons of
oomes shows tne unpreceden 4 sue
.ess of these Ideal sewing ma, slnes
It Is convincing proof that tin Stager
-xcels In all kinds of family NVng
tnd art needle work. All ou. 1 !ng
inuchlnes are of the best construe on,
oeautltu ly decorated, and are mounted
in sleected woods In Qnely finished
cabinets ot artlBti" designs. B. Ber
teriien. m-"" mu n..,hi afreet.
The roll of honor amone the na
lion's def rider? is clvpn 'n On T
I. E. PINKHAM,
Utile with tliH Pacific Hardware Co.,
Honolulu, tl. 1.
Krtl iibUik ulveti mid coiitrAPtM mad
fur wnllu mi any of the InIhiiiIh. SIX
VKW PLANTS forhtmvy work ii"rnttl
iv th limit NklllfiilhlKliPHti'laiwilrillerH.
FRED J. CROSS,
CmiMiiltltig and Hu;uriiitoiidliiit
Klectro-IIyilntiilif tWur TranHinUtlon
HKI'Oltrs AND KSTLMATKS
HUKNHHKl). . . .
With ChUiiiNII Co., Queen street
Ottloe lien, t'l Po. fllnn. m
J J MRS T. TAYLOR,
M Am. Soc C. E.
SOti Judd Bloek. Tele. rt.H.
Real Estate Transaotioai .
Bobdcnbers are fnrnumttd with from U11
o six lists uor week, giving n aootmi
ocord of all dfeedi.mortRdjea; leases, n
ttuaea, powern ot ittornay, eto., etc, wbto
n nlaopt on reoorrt,
mbscrlptlon Prion. J,im ppr Henti
A. V. GEAR.
Judd Bulldtnii, Honoia is
og'Dts, Hrovus and Johbars.
?V. 8. Irwin Si Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co., at Bk,
Baldwin Locomotive Works
1'hiludclphlu. I'enu.. U. 8 A.
Newell Uulvursa, Mill Co (NaUaaaf
Cane HhredderLNew York, O. B.
N. Oblandt & Co' nmlrnl FerHNf
Alex. Cross & Sons, high rm Mk
ttllzers for Cane nnd Cnfttm.
need's Steam Plp Povprina,
ALSO OFFEtl FOll SALH
Parnfllne Paint Co P B.
and Papers, Lucol and
uiib, raw ana boiled
Indurlno (n cold water psiaty,
white and rnlnrit
Filter Press Cloths, Cemnnt,
ana uncus .
CASTLE & COOKB,
.,. . LIMITED
Thi Ewa Planfatl. Co.
I h W.UIu. Acrkul'-rl Co , L t
Thi Kohila Sugar Cr
Tht Walamti Suti Mill Co.
Tbt Koloa Apflcultuul Co.
ttif Fulton Iron Wntki, St 1 oo.t Mo.
Tht Standard Oil Co.
Tbt Geo. F Blabt Stam Punpt.
Tn New England Lift Inturanca Co oil.
J1..lna Hr. In Co ol Haitfotd. Cow.
Tn Alllanct A,uranca Co ol londoo.
Agents for the California and Orrnt
tf m. G. Irwin & Co,
Wm. O. Irwin. President and Msmptm.
Claus Spreckels V lcePre-laa
YV. U aitlard.. Socont Vice lTaiUau,
H. M. Whitney, Jr..... Treaa. and
Geo. J. Robs Ana
aob-th op trb
HJBANIO STEAMSHIP COMPACT
OF MAN KRANfHSPO OaI,
BREWER & C0., LTD.,
UuMn ttrrtt. Honolulu H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Comnanv. A-.n-. ..
Company. Ooliala Sugar Plant Co. Onoau 3iit
Co . Honnmu Sugar C-.,WHuku Sural Co . Maia
;"" y" n'.i rar ji io . moionai Haacai
Planter a Llnr San It ..cci Pack bat. Br wm
a Co. 1 Lint of Bon Packrit
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Couke, Pibmdeut; Geore H,
Rnbertwin, Mitnnu,r; B. F. Bishop,
TietiMirer and Secretary j Cot. W. ,
Allen, Audit r; P. O Jone, H. Watar.
Iinnw. Qn. h. Carler. UlrpcfiirM
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
1 he Lincdbhlre lnurapce Co.
I he B iloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas El nine Cn.
Lfunicstk Sewiiu; Aachlne .Etc
Wholesule Importers und Jobber t
iaropeau and American Dry acoti
Ko t and (Jneeu HuopU
ri. HACKFhlLD x UU.,JLW
iCNERAL COMMISSION AGEMt
Jor gor ,nd Onwn Sw rfo olnj
Elonoiuiu Iron Worltb Uo
Imurove.. anil mndnrn Rlinm VI.
CHINKIIY it every capacity and 4v
ncriinuu niuJH to oruer uoller arorM
and RIVKTtiD PIPES fo- iri.au&
purpoaen u specialty. Partlnu,r atu.
tlon paid to J()l) V "RK jd rpM,-
executed at shortest notice
MKUCK CAKTVV RIGHT,
Ujneral Manager of
rb Sqn'Ubl Life Assuran ce Sociitj
t)f th nnited HUtea for the tUwaUM
Oirtoai ll't ittMU lion