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TJlli liVUNINO BULLETIN: HONOLULU, U. 1., TUESDAY, MAKOII 27, 1UC0.
rubllalipil Kvcry Day. oxcciit Sunday,
At 210 King street, Honolulu. H. I.,
DULMriMN l'UllI.lSIUNG COMPANY.
W. K. t-'AllltlNOTON Killtor
DANll.l. 1.UUAN Ulty Killtor
I'ost ulllcp llox 718
...MAHCU 2, 1900.
THE COUliT Ol5 CLAIMS.
The Uiillctln Is disposed to ngrco
with tho Jmmn Times In Its statement
thnt Its corresttondettt lins given In
Incorrect view of tho Intention of tho
Hawaiian government In paying tho
damages occasioned by the Chinatown
fire. This conclusion Is easily i cached
by virtue of tho fact that tho United
States Government, will not allow Us
local appointees to deal In an arbitrary
manner with citizens of any foreign
At the same time tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment has successfully conducted Its
scries of delays in connection with the
court of claims In a manner that war
rants thoso Interested In the affair be
lieving anything or nothing. If the
government wcro making an nttempt
to avoid responsibility for tho damage
suffered from tho lire It would bo ex
pected to carry on the campaign ulong
studied lines of delay. Certainly evi
dence is wanting to Indicate an active
deslru to respond to the demands of
tho sufferers promptly.
Moro than n mouth has passed since
authority was received by an executive
order of the President establishing tho
court. Yet tho Executive has not or
ganized the court and has given no In
formation ns to Its scopo or authority.
Judging from the letter published from
Delegate Hartwell, the Executive It
kclt Is doubtful us to what tho court
Is to do. It would apepar that Mr.
Dole asked the President to appoint
tho court nud having received the au
thority for organizing the court Is now
seeking Information as to what It is
What is tho mission of tho court?
Has it legal authority binding upon
the Treasury or Legislature or Is It
merely a board of arbitration or Is It a
commission to Investigate the accuracy
of the detailed claims filed by tho per
sons suffering losses from tho fire?
It Is tho usual policy of tho Ha
waiian government to define a policy
and allow tho people to gain their
knowledge utter It Is put In operation.
We can hardly expect tho government
to chango Its custom at this lato day,
but tho serious condition which the
losses forced upon business houses In
the burned district warrants tho de
mand that the policy of delny shall
cease, and tho court, whatever Is to bo
Its authority bo brought Into being and
Its nature- defined at tho earliest pos
WHAT WOULD SATAN 1)0?
Tho best way to determine tho suc
cess of Rev. Mr. Sheldon's work In
running a dally newspaper from the
text "What would Jesus Do" is to com
pare his practical application with tli 3
probablo result should a newspaper be
conducted from the text "What Would
Accepting tho fact that tho dally
newspaper Is one of tho world's great
est educators tho first move wo might
anticipate from Satan would be an ef
fort to make his paper as dry and un
interesting as possible, glvo special
promlnenco to long articles of a more
or less religious character and assume
a Jesuitical censorship over tho news
columns by publishing only such news
ns tho people "ought to know." Satan
would announce tho first mission of his
paper to glvo tho nows, as Sheldon has
douo and then proceed to not only
mnko tho nows n secondary feature,
cutting out n good portion of It, but
at the same tlmo warp tho news by
attacking his personal opinions to Im
If Satan wcro ns keen an aitlclo as
ho Is generally credited with being ho
would doubtless cut out n'lvrii'tlsrnicnU
of ladles coiscts, hoso ana kindred
articles of apparel. Ho would thus
draw particular attention to a lino of
evil minded thought which nt tho pres
ent tlmo it Is safo to say docs not oc
cupy tho minds of ouo-tcnth tho news
paper ant. inagazino readers young or
old. Satan would do just ns Sheldon
Is doing In this respect. Ho would
tench tho children that artlclcr, of fc
malo apparel are suggcstlvo of thoughts
low and vulgar. He would disgust
people of average Intelligence with
newspapers In general, by forcing upon
them a class of heavy seml-rdlglous.
matter for which tho peoplo have no I
tlmo In tho rush and hurry of business
llfo, nnd which can be furnished exten
sively in tho religious or secular jour
nals appropriate to lelsuro moments.
Thn Tonekn Pnnltnl unilnr rinn iranb'a
management of tho Ilev. Mr. rihchlon
has had n wide circulation. It Is a
newspaper freak, and as piiuiiikpii of
metropolitan Journals nil rci 0311I70,
freaks catch the people for a tlu.c. If
tho press despatches properly icpre
scnt the frenk editions of tlio Tnpckn
Capital, however, the Ilev. Mr. Sheldon
Is one of the most magnificent "false
alarms" ever foisted upon the public.
If the Topeka Capital wcro conducted
on tho sumo basis for a year there
would be another headstono In tho
Journalistic graveyard "sacred to the
memory of tho Sheldon freak." Tho
Topeka Capltni might continue ns n rc
llglousjourunlccnsored by n fanatlc.but
tho people would be forced to buy an
other paper to get tho plain unvarnish
ed, uncensored news of the woild. If
Sheldon desires education In conduct
ing a Christian newspaper ho will do
well to enlist ns n reporter tho Mont
real Witness or a bundled nnd one
dallies of tho United Stales that pub
lish tho news without giving promt
nenco to crime and scandal, that pub
lish editorial opinion in Its proper
place and that make no nttempt to Jam
bigotry down tho throats of an Intelli
gent public by warping facts as honett 1
reporters nnd correspondents find
MONEY HILO NEED8.
HIlo, March 24. Tho Hllo Road
Hoard sent down to Honolulu last
night the following list of actually
needed appropriations for this town
and suburbs, which Is a strlklni; com
mentary upon tho appropriation. al
ready decided upon by tho Council of
Stnto, Inasmuch as It totals nearly
twice the whole amount allowed by tho
Council for nil Hllo's needs, not roads,
bridges and sowers ulono. It seems
thnt always In previous years tho
Council hns asked for estimates from
tho. Hoard Board of what they needed
as was only reasonable, for who should
Know if not tho Hoard Board, but this
year the Council has decided to ahido
uy tho light of Its own Inner con
ROAD HOARD ESTI.MATHS.
Widening nnd extending Hllo
streets $ 10,000
Road damages, widening Front
Sewerage, Hllo CO.000
New steel bridge, Walakea
Completing approach to now
Wnlakea brldgo 2,600
Now steel bridge across Wullu-
ku river, Brldgo street 10,000
Completing approaches to new
bridge, Wnlluku river 2,000
Completing road to new wharf 2,000
Reconstructing road from Ho-
nolll brldgo to Pahochoo
Stone nnd cement arch over Pu
klhae stream 3,500
Reconstruction of Kallmann
road above five-mile post .. 5,000
KalwiwI homestead road,
changing location of brldgo
In Mallll gulch 2,000
Roads and bridges, Hllo, gen
COUNCIL OF STATE ESTIMATES.
Sewerogo $ 6,000
Streets and roads 20,000
'ino scwerago cstlmato of $50,000 in
the Hllo Road Board eatlmato Is for
the following work of sewer bul'rllng:
Along Front street to Hackfeld's lum
ber yard: Church street, from Front to
School; King street, from Front to Pit
man; Wnlanuenuo sU-cct, from Pltrnin
to Catholic scnool; Pleasant street,
whole length; Ponahawal street, whole
length; Volcano Road, 2,000 feet.
LIGHTS BY FAVOR?
Editor Evening Bulletin: May I
through you ask, why wo who llvo bo
yond tho Tram terminus on Nuuanu
valley have no electric lights, why up
to tho Tram terminus every electric
light Is burning brightly, nlso alone
Judd street, yet on tho moro lonely
road wo havo to travel In darkness?
Tho company or mnnnccr cannot
plead want of power to produce lights,
for every other lamp In the above thor
oughly lighted portion would enable us
all to havo a share.
Considering late reports of holdlnir
up loose characters, etc., on Nuuanu
avenue I feel It n great wrong to de
prive us of ono of our safeguards,
Do people who aro most favored pay
moio taxes or is it
Honolulu, March 27, 1900.
A Uhc?uI Institution.
J. F. Hackfcld, temporary president,
and L. C. Abies, treasurer, of tho Ilono-
lu Eyo and Ear Infirmary, havo tailed
n statement of tho affairs of the "n3tl
ttitlon. Tho subscriptions since Juno
last havo amounted to J2S52.50, which
exceeds expenses of equipment and
running by $113.53. Ninety patients
havo been admitted by hospital caul
slnco tho opening In Juno, and there
havo been nn nvorago of six treatments
n day. A number of poor people with
out cards havo applied for treatment,
requiring as a rulo attention for only
a day or two, and nono havo been turn
ed away disappointed. Vnrlom opera
tions for eyo nnd car troubles havo
Consul Schaefer Is flying tho Italian
flag over his offlce In honor of tho .
visit of the cruiser Calabria. j
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Fort Street, corner Merchant
Lamps, Chandeliers end Lanterns.
Latest patterns at bargain prices.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Choice lines never before shown in Honolulu.
Engravings, Paintings and Artists'
Picture Framing in all its branches. Our Mould
ings are up-to-date coming
Our Prices are the
best and experience has shown buyersj that they get better
satisfaction by placing their orders with us
Full lines in all goods challenge competition.
MONEY FOR YOU.
Thl will Intmit vculliouare a IViCtnJjnt ol
nv ine ol thousands of loidtn families ho
money or estates ait row In chancery.
A complete llil of rmont who hac le'l mont) cr
estate, to the value ol
The heir ol which are now urp"id In be In the United
States rut whose rreseni wnreacou:s are unicnown.
You many hive money, helrkonu , or estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is not iurpilitue " '" population so vas
and among a people contain ng families which can
trace back their ancest'y ftr eniurl. t. thai evn with
families of no not the ramifications are ettraordl
nary, the ties of ielatlnshln oft.n vanlng from
Peers to Peasants, though all springing from one
tree. The ai.nouncemen that there Is near y J.oo,
ooo ooo In monevand estates going a-begging sounds
a little extrvacnt but It will not appear so extraor
dinary when It is nm.mben d that the amount Is bas
ed on a rrglvered alphaNtlnl IMI rcrsonswho
hava t en adv. rtts.d for all ovrr the world since the
beginning of the century. In ludlng chincery helts,
next of kin. and legatees of persons who have died
Intestate In Gieat Brll.ln. Europe, ame-lca ard the
British colonies. The main sources of unclaimed
monies are: unclaimed alvlden. i on Government
stocks: dormant fu"ds In chancery. Army and Navy
r.. Mmi.w F.i.t.t nf neruins who hae died Intes
tate without known next-of-kin: unclaimed dividends
In bankruptcy: eeneral unclaimed dividends and un
claimed bark deposits. We are also prepared to
turnlsh certificates ot Blrhs. Dea'hs and Marriages
and official Ciest or Coat of Arms of jour family
We are the onlv firm In America who make a special
ty of establishing claims of helrs-at-law and next-of-
WE ASK NO FEE
Until claim has been settled.
Enclose five a cent Am- rlcan stamps or ten cents In
sliver for nailing, wrapping, etc., and we l I send
you a book containing full information I RFfc.
Wilte and ste If you are among the lucky ones.
The HcIi'H At-Lnw Collection Co ,
toth a-d Chesnut streets, St Louis. Mo.
Perrlval Adams. M. ALL. I). Counselor-at-Law,
Urlilsh Counsel lor the Corrpai-y.
: 1900 :
"Pirn," "Campbell," ''Sears"
and Champion Rackets.
Also, Nets and AtorkingTapes.
Pacific CycieT MTg Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
KHI.KHS' Ill.O(K. - - VOIITST
Real : Estate : Agent,
No. 9 Bethel St , near P. O.
I have In trade exchange, with payment
to boot, cash, a nice town i lo.eilv wiih
a good veirlv Income. Party wants lo
trade In Ian 1. In any part of the Hawaii, n
Please send me your order
direct from Eastern Factories.
Lowest, our work is the
NEW BOOK BULLETIN
Golden Rule Bazaar
"A DAUGHTER OF THE VINE"
By Gertrude Atlierton.
"BLIX" By Frank Norris.
"THE MARKET PLACE"
By Harold Frederic.
"COFFEE AND REPARTEE AND
"NO. 5 JOHN STREET"
By RLhard Whiting.
"A MANIFEST DESTINY"
By Julia Magruder.
"THE CIRCLh OF A CENTURY"
By Mrs. Burton Harrison.
"WHITE MAN'S AFRICA"
"OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE"
"WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
"IN CONNECTION WITH THE
And many others
816 FORT STREET.
ARE AMONG THE TIMELY
I HINGS of the new year. Never In the
history of neckwea. has there been so
many varieties made of the very choicest
sl'Us. Pattern designs are characteristics
of these new makes. String Ties, Puffs,
Scarfs, Foui-in-Hands, English Sqiares
rfnd many other ol the latest patterns are
to be found in our stock. A fine article of
neckwear has become a necessity to him
who would be well dressed. No pait of
his dress Is more conspicuous, and when
the brst can be bought for what Inferior
gci"ds COST, NO ONE SHOULD PASS
HYTHb bargains we are now
The New Year Begets
Ff -R THE BOYS. Have you ever stop
pf i to think what a difference there Is in
th-. m.ikes of boys' clothing ? Many suits
jr boimht because the price Is low. It Is
o' en the price that governs the purchaser,
a' J not the quality or the substantial
n ikes. Tins' theory seems to be based on
t1 e Idea that any kind of a suit is good
e- ough fora hoy, as he will soon wear It
( .t. That Is not good economy; for If you
ould tay a little more, and conlder qual
i and make, you would have a suit for
le boy that wouM always look well and
i ittiiui turn Ltilfi? nf tltA InfarlAv ia,1..j
jvjrtu wiijuiB ui ins iiiiciiui H'-ni".
r -luv me ucm is money in pocKei; to
'he poorest Is mo icy wasted. We
,M n specialty to keep the best at popu
Remember we have the Knox
Ageuc for Mn's Hats and are Sole Agent
for Dr. Uelmers Linen Mesh Underwear.
Good Air. Good View. Good Htalth.
A special invitation is emended to everybody to visit Ho-i
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
Boulevard, and in ilself nn artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as ?lso scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeui at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of -construction,
equipping and installation placed, in the hands ot
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an indepencent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, healing and other purposes,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits ford making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive" homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all.the
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply at
the office of
BRUCE WAR1NGT& CO.
Closed March ISth,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Sale by
Hawaiian News Go,,
WM. T. PAIT,
Contractor and Builder.
fftr and Dffir. Pit Int.
Plan and Estimates lurnl.'htj,
Hotel M eet. nta Beretanla.
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist. Office, Klrg Street btablesj
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or nltcht,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. 1464-tf
We have received from Edison's factoy
an Electric Lamp for bed-room use wh!o
Is going to prove Invaluable. By means
of a regulating sirew the light can be
changed from a dull red glow to full 16
candle power. When retiring th inm
ran he so turned down as to bum all night
at little cost, and by means of trw screw
can Instantly be turned on full power.
It will be found a great convenience In tin
side room or the nursery.
Price $1.25 each.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
We beg to Inform the nubile that
are In a position to furnish good and r
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: 9 to is
a. m.. 2 to 1 d. m. r.i.i
- - - huj .
Hack Stand No. 82
Say! do von knnw whnra T .on ni .
good carriage? Surel At the Hawa
iian Hotel Carrlntrn fin., rnrnnr tint ml
and Itlchanls streets. Tel. 82. Notlv
ing but first class carriages and x
One coupon and 2e cents sacuM
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