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THE EVENING BOLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., TBUBBDAY, MAROH 29, 1900.
Published Every Day, except Sunday,
at 210 King street, Honolulu, H. I.,
BULLETIN l'UBLISHINCl COMPANY.
W. It. FAHIUNQTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Post Ulilco Pox 718
THUHSDAY. MAKCH 29, 1900.
become of the Court of
Tho Uttlo railroad once known as
Dillingham's lolly make a good show
ing for tho year. ThU has been the
result of tho majority of Dillingham's
Thanks "toHawall'M Congressional
frionds thero will bo no delays In tho
final enactment of Hawaii's territorial
law. Small thanks to thoso local rep
resentatives who hao fought for de
lays. The way Is made clear for the Cus
tom House to bo supplied with a full
complement of men both In tho office
and on tho wharves. Responsibility for
further delays must rout exclusively
with the Executive.
W. N. A. writes to the offlclnl organ
that a territorial government for Ha
waii Is assured. Ai usual W. N. A.
and the offlclal organ havo awakened
about six months after tho situation
became known to the people.
The morning organ has suddenly be
como converted to tho Idea that tin
Chinese consul Is the greatest and mos:
liberal minded man In fourteen coun
ties. Naturally he defends tho officials
controlling Chlneso policy which refer
ence to tho organ Hies Is found to bt
tho weakest and most backward on the
fare of the earth.
The powwow made by the official or
gan, over the notice given MIpb Krout
that a license Is requiro'l for nil lec
tures, Is as usual 'with tho morning
organ a spiteful shot nudo without tho
least attempt to get at tho facto. In
vlow of tho fact that tho Hawaiian Re
lief concert was obliged to go through
the form of obtaining a license, which
was promptly remitted by the Minister
of tho Interior, Miss Krout nnd her
(rlonds havo no reason to raise objec
tions. Few doubt the good work Miss
Krout has done for the Islands, and
those whom alio bus assisted are surf:
ciontly wealthy to donate tho prlco of a
license fee as an expression of their
appreciation. Hawaii's license system
as a whole Is a relic of pant ages nnd
tho first territorial Legislature can be
depended upon to rip uotas In the law
that will give it somewhat tho appear
ance appropriate to modern American
MONEY POR DEPARTMENTS.
The present crippled condition of the
Customs and Post Olllco departments
causod by lack of available funds
should not continue twenty-four hours.
If the dispatch received from Secre
tary Hay by tho Mariposa means any
'thing it Is that the Hawaiian Govern
ment has full authority to mako im
mediately uvallablo such money as
may bo required to meet tho demands
of these Important departments.
The Executive Council and tho Coun
cil of State should not delay a day In
placing these departnientcs on a finan
cial footing that will allow the employ
ment of a full forco of men to properly
and promptly accompllhh tho business
that Is known to be neglected and de
layed. This neglect nnd delay has
been duo to lack of available funds.
This excuse is no longer tenable un
less tho public misunderstands the
Hay dispatch or there Is some featuro
of it that has not been given to the
Tho business interests, the Interests
of tho pcoplo demand piompt nctlon.
Tho fact that theso departments aro
soon to bo turned over to the Federal
authorities, and therefore should have
their affalis complete in every detail
demands piompt action. There Is ab
solutely no reason for further delay
on tho part of tho Kxccutlvo or tho
Council df State Tho bills now bo
foro tho Council of State may bo In
such shapo as to ralso the excuse that
tho Items for tho custom houso and
post office cannot bo separated with
out revamping tho wliolo bill. Wo can
hardly anticipate that Mich a lamo sys
tem of reasoning will bo given con
sideration by tho Council of State.
There Is sufficient Mmo to draw a new
bill, dealing exclusively with theso de
partments, which can be passed at tho
Council of State session Friday after
noon, Certainly tho legislative body
will not stand In tho way of lmmcdlato
action, and wo cannot bf-llevo that the
Minister of Flnanco, appreciating tho
situation as ho does, will make any
movo to prevent action that will bring
the policy of delay to a ppoedy close. J
THE POLICY OP DELAY.
A delayed letter of March C received
by tho Mariposa mall from tho Bulle
tin's Washington conenpondent, Mr.
Brcckous, states that when tho Hawa
iian bill passed by tho Senate camo be
fore tho Houso Committee on Terri
tories for consideration Hartwcll,
Smith and Armstrong advocated that
tho committee Introduce to tho Houso
tho bill prepared by Chairman Knox
and known as tho Houso bill. Col. Lit
tle advocated tho adoption, by tho com
mittee of tho Scnnte bill nnd "its bo
Ing placed on passago In tho House at
nn early date." As has been Btatcd In
tho despatches previously received, tho
House commlttco accepted, with slight
amendment, tho bill passed by tho Sen
ate and this bill will bo voted upon by
tho House April 5.
This shows that tho much boratod
Col. Little, who has no official backing,
has again turned down tho official trio,
a fact to which no reference Is found
in tho correspondence of tho Cocoanut
Club delegate to tho official organ.
This featuro has a mere passing Inter
est as bearing upon tho much vaunted
power of the official trio.
Tho vital interest the people have In '
tho affair Is what Hartwell, Smith and
Armstrong mean by advocating be
foro tho Commltteo on Territories a
course of action which they know, If
they have averago political sense,
means greater delay In securing tho
final passago of tho Hawaiian bill.
Hartwell, Smith nnd Armstrong
know that tho House will pass tho Ha
waiian bill In much the samo form as
received from the committee. If they
don't know It they aro not worthy a po
sition even In tho personal lobby. They
know that thero wero marked differ
ences between the Senate bill and the
measure first prepared by tho Houso
commlttco. They know that tho enact
ment of tho original bill would cause
a long drawn out light In the confer
ence committee, a delay that would
placo the final passago of tho Hawaiian
bill well toward tho close of tho ses
sion. If It did not result In a blockade
with no legislation.
What do theso men mean by advocat
ing a courso they Know to bo produc
tive of delays, when they also know
tho people of theso Islands demand
prompt action and are satisfied with
the Senate bill? It Is up to the Execu
tive representative and the men he
controls, Smith and Armstrong, to ex
plain their action, which is In direct
antagonism to tho interest of these
Islands. Until they do make such an
explanation tho people havo a right to
believe and do bellcvo that these men
poBlng as representatives of Hawaii
have wilfully and studiedly and with
all tho forco that they possess sought
to delay tho action of Congress In giv
ing tho Hawaiian Islands a territorial
form of government.
Dy what authority do they advocate
this policy of delay? Havo they at any
pel loci during their ntny in Washing
ton mado an honest effort to give para
mount importanco to tho general inter
ests of Hawaii as opposed to private
personal opinions nni bigotry?
NOTICE TO HACKMEN.
Notice Is hereby given that from and
after September 30, 1900, Rule No. 7 of
"Regulations for Carriages and Rates of
Fare," designating the stands set apart
for licensed Carriages In Honolulu, will
b: abolished, and there fter no Stands fur
hacks w III be a'lowed upon any' of the
Streets of this Cltv.
A.iiiltrrif the Interior.
Interior Office, March 28, 1000.
NOTICE TO PAbSbNGERS FOR
All baggage of passengers for Inter-Isl
and potts must be left at the Board of
Hralth Office lor dMnlectlon twentv-four
hou's prevlc us to departure. The baggage
will be-disinfected bv the B ard of Hea th,
pblnly tagged, and delivered at tre
steamer, duplicate tag being given to
the owner. .F01 thlsafte of OeDol'ar
will be collected by the Agent of the
Pjssengers must be given an antiseptic
bath and put on fumigated clothing be-fo-e
going on boarj. In the case ot
steerage passengers, this will be done on
the whatf by the steamship companies,
who will collect a fee of Fifty Cents for
C. B. WOOD,
I4Q2-U President Board of Health.
A Special Meeting of the Stockho'ders
of the ORPHEUM CO., LTD., will be
held at the office of M. P. Robinson on
Friday, the 30th Inst, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Purpose of Meeting: First, To adopt
the Bylaws of said Ompanys Second,
Election of Dirt dors; Third, Fill va an
cles of Officers teslgn'd, and at y other
business that may be brought before said ,
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meeting. J. C. COHEN,
The "St. Katherine"
' HAS BROUGHT TO THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Large Additions to Its Stock of
Refrigerators, Lawn Mowers, Oil Stoves, Hand Sewing
Machines Ice Cream Freezers, Platform Scales, Blacksmiths
Bellows, Forges, Vises, Drills, Jack Screws, Canal Barrows,
Stove Tiucks, Hoe.s Pick.s Mattocks, Shovels, ' Scoops, Forks,
Rakes, Concord Hames, Dandy Brushes Cotton Waste, Ma
nila and Sisal Cordage. Hoop, Bar and Galvanized Sheet Iron.
Crowbars, Nails, Nuts andl Washers Carriage and Wagon
Springs and Axles.
Large importations to arrive.
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
Fort, Merchant, King and Bethel streets.
MONEY FOR YOU.
This will IntereM ycu It you are a EeicenJant ol
any one of thousand ol fotelfm famlllee ho.
money or estates are now in cnanccr).
A complete list of! persons ho have kit money or
estites to the value of
The heirs ol which are now auppw J to be In the t Inltrd
States cut whose present wnereaoouta are unknown.
You many have money, heirlooms, or estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is not surprising that In a population so vat
anJ among; a people contain ng families which can
trace back their ancestry (or renturl. s, that even with
fasHles ol no noietht ramifications art extraordi
nary, the tics ol relationship olten varying from
Peeri to Peasants, though
tcrlnrlnr Irom one
tree. The announcement that there is near y oo,-
ooo.ooo In money and estates going a-begging sounds
a Utile eatravaeant but It will not appear-f extraor
dinary when It la renumbend that the amount Is bar
ed on a regUtered alphabetical list ol persons who
have b en advrrtlsed lor all over the world since the
beginning of the century, Imludlng ch.ncery heirs,
next ol kin, and legatees ol persons who have died
Intestate In Great Britain, Europe, America and the
British colonies. The main sources ol unclaimed
monies are: unclaimed dividends on Government
stocks: dormant lunds In chancery; Army and Navy
Prue Money: Estates ol persons who have died Intea
late without known next-of-kin; unclaimed dividends
In bankrustcv: eeneral unclaimed dividends and un
claimed bank deposits. We are also prepared to
tumlsh certificates ol Births, Deaths and Marriages
and official Oest or Coat ol Arms ol s our tamlly
We are the onlv firm In America who make a special
ty ol establishing claims ot helrs-at-law and next-ol-
WE ASK NO FEE ,
Until claim has been settled. ,
Enclose five a cent Aimrlcan stamps sr ten cents In
silver lor mailing, wrapping, etc.. and we will send
you a book containing lull Information FREE.
Write and tee II you are among the lucky ones.
The Heirs At-Law Collection Co.,
Qih ard Chetnut streets. St Louts. Mo.
Perclval Adams, M. A. L. L. B. Counselor-at-Law,
British Counsel lor the Company,
: 1900 :
"Pun," "Campbell," "Sears"
and Champion Rackets.
Also, Nets and Marking Tapes.
Pacific Cycle & H'i'i Go.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
KHLKltS' HLOCK. - - FOUTST
Real : Estate : Agent,
No. 9 Bethel St, near P.O.
I have In trade exchange, with navment
to boot, cash, a nice town property w tth
?J,d "i iVn 1U ML M,a.lS..,to
trade In land In any part of the Hawaiian
Please send me your order 1470ml
NEW BOOK BULLETIN
Golden Rule Bazaar
"A DAUGHTER OF THE VINE"
By Gertrude Atherton.
"BLIX" By Frank Norris.
"THE MARKET PLACE"
By Harold Frederic.
"COFFEE AND REPARTEE AND
"NO. 5 JOHN STREET"
By Richard Whiting.
"A MANIFEST DESTINY"
By Julia Magruder.
"THE CIRCLE OF A CENTURY"
By Mrs. Burton Hdrrison.
"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
THINGS of the new year. Never In the
history of neckweai has there been so
manv varieties made of the verv rhnlrrtt
silks. Pattern designs are characteristics
of these new makes. String Ties, Puffs,
Scarfs, FouMn-Hands, English Squares
and many other of 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 part of
his dress Is more conspicuous, and when
the best can be bought for what Inferior '
goods COST, NO ONE SHOULD PASS?
The New Year Begets
Ff .R THE BOYS. Have you ever stop
pe 1 to think what a difference there Is In
th-. makes of boys' clothing ? Many suits
ar . bouKht 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. This theory seems to be based on
tde idea that any kind of a suit Is good
e.ough for a boy, as he will soon wear It
tut. That is not good economy, for If you
.ould pay a little more, and consider qual
I y and make, you would have a suit for
t lie boy that would always look wetland
itwear two suits of the Inferior grades.
1 f buv the best Is money In pocket: to
he poorest Is moaey wasted. We
.ake a specialty to keep the best at popu
& Remember we have the Knox
Agency for Mm's Hats and are Sole Agent
for Dr. Delmct's Linen Mesh Underwear.
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho-
, nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
Boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and fat work oi
construction, equipping and installation placedin the hands at f
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June l
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating 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 fori making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive J homes now building, c
the names of purchasers of -lots, will convince anyone' that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest andmost select of an the
residence sites of Honolulu.
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the office of
BRUCE WARINGI& CO.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
Temaple of aretsHaloaa...
Closed March I3th,
Until Further Notice
On Account of
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's-.
Water Color Pjinte
Waier 0,0r rdmxs
For Salo by
Hawaiian News Co,,
WM. T. PATY,
Store anil Office Fitting.
Plant an! Edlmatei Furnished,
Hotel St-eet. near Beretanla.
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentisc. Office, Klrg Street Stables;
Telephone 1083. Calls, day or night,
promptly answered! specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. 1464-tf
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prices, terms, etc., apply!
We have received from Edison's fad
an Electric Lamp for bed-room use whlon
is going to prove Invaluable. By means
of a regulating screw the light can to
changed from a dull red glow to full 16
candle wer. when retiring the lamp
can be so turned down as to bum all night
at little cost, and by means ofthe screw
can Instantly be turned on tut'poww.
It will be found a great convenience In th
side room or the nursery.
Price $1.25 each.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
We beg to inform the public that we
are In a position to furnish good and re
liable help. ,
FORT STREET EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: o to 11
a. m a to 5 p. m. Mfii.m
Hack Stand No. 82
Say do you know where) I can sjet a
good carriage? Surel At tho Haw.
Han Hotel Carriage Co.. corntw Hntut
and rtlchards streets. TeL U. Not.
Ing but first class carriages am4 s
One coupon and 25 cents secures
fju a splendid historical rewwa
IhtSpanbh war in the PhUippljejeJ