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TUE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. TT. I., SATOUDW, MAKOH 81, HUH).
rubllaliod livery Day, except Sttmlny,
at 210 King street, Honululu, II. 1.,
run ! PT1N PUUUS1I1NQ COMl'ANY.
DUl'1,L ' l'N l u,,l',om' u
W. It. FAUMNUTO.N.
. .City IMItor
l'usl ullli-e Hox 1S
SATUHDAY MAItCH 31, 190D.
The Interest shown In tho municipal uiurtow, Kebruaiy ith, which telegram
discussion of the Kcaoarvh Club .!.. "SVrSnt has not conshle.ed It
that the young men nre fully awaits to w,ge tQ collVlJ1,, t10 0j, i.cghiamc.
responsibilities of citizenship and will expecting the Council of Stnto to pro
contlnuc on guard to secure good gov- vide for requisite cxpnailKutoi until
":; ,...,, pi,v .,r Honolulu. , Cong. ess enacts tho Ilanllnii lorrltnr-
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liaising oi uiu iiuur.iuiuiu "i ..... ,
luku would iudlcnto tu.it uio ouihiu-j
districts are better ablo to light tlio
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plague than Honolulu. Ablllt) tomoio
a whole town Is n superior ndvaulngc
possessed by nenrly every district out-
nliln this city and Hllo.
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Tho way has been opeucd for tho
Council of Stato to m.il;e Immodlnto
provision for properly coiiductlns tho
customs and postal departments. From
tho remarks credited to Minister Mott
Smlth at yesterday's meeting It would
appear that, for some uniu'couutablo
reason, tho Kxcciitlvo Is Indifferent to
tho crippled condition nf these depart
ments. It Is Impossible to understand
why no Immedlnto attempt is made to
relieve the situation.
An economy of $23,000,000 a year In
freight charges on our lorelgn com
merce Is one of the Immmedlato Dene
fits which Senator Fryo predicts would
follow the adoption of tho bill for tho
encouragement of tho mii.hant marine
of the United States. No man In tho
country has given this lubject closer
study than Senator Fryp and h'o ne-
curacy of Judgment nrnl nbsoluto can
dor In his statements ri-nder thlt pre
diction of his especially interesting.
Tho expenditures under flic proposed
shipping bill will he about ?9,000,OOU
a year, and If by Its adoption $25,000.
000 a year can be s.ive.l in freights, It
would be an economy of Just $1310,000,
000 per annum, all of wh.ch would be
distributed among tho people of tho
PRU&1DBNT OP TIIK BOARD.
The Intended resignation of D.
Wood as President of tho Hoard of
Health again brings up tho Question
whether tho executive head of tha
Hoard should bo a physician or a busi
ness man. Dr. Wood believes that his
successor should bo a physician nnd
his ndvlec Is not to bo considered with
Indifference by tho public. The fact
remains that thcro nni mighty few
physicians who combine, ns doea Dr.
Wood, professional ublllty with tho
oxecutlvo capacity necc&sary for the
proper administration of tho Health
Thero has also to ho considered Die
fact that physicians who do parens
this capacity arc In tho saiiH position
as Dr. Wood they cannot afford to
glvo up their private practice to ac
cept a dinicult position that offers no
other return than glory and plenty ot
criticism. In the minds of many
thoughtful citizens tlio first requlic
nient of the President of tho Hoard of
Health Is marked business capacity,
ability to get work done.
Few professional men possess this
requisite ns does Dr. Wood, whoso
resignation Is sincerely regretted by
tho entire community. At the same
time the public enn ask no man to de
vote his whole time to philanthropy.
Dr. Wood has seen the city through
the crisis nnd retires irnm the active
leadership with a splendid record that
will not soon bo forgotten. Whouver
succeeds him will havo a didlcult task
Since Dr. Wood consents to remain
with tho Hoard to glvo ndvlco ami
counsel thc business community U dis
posed to favor tho uppuliument of n
business niun to tho position of J'rchi
dent. Secretary Hay GiYes
the Council Author'
The folowlng leUora from Secretary
Hay were read .it thy Execi.tlio Coun
cil: Department of State,
Washington. March G, 1900.
Ills Excellency Sauford II. Dole, Ho
nolulu. Sir: Mr. Sewall has reported that
on February 19th last, the Council of
State, acting upon a lerommendatlon
of the Executive Council voted an Act
(styled Act 1 )nppro;t!atlng "for th
extension and completion of thc sower
system of Honolulu, $315,253.21 out ot
the moneys which shall he received by
tho Hawaiian Treasury during tho bl-
cnnlal period cmlliiR December 31st,
lliui," fitiin u ccitmn lonti authorized
by uii net passed by the l.cgla.ulutu of
lh9G, said nppropitatlun to take client
from tliu Uiite of Ub tipptoviil by tlio
1'iiHiikiit iif tlio Unltiu States. Mr.
iStwall 1ms also rcpuitul tho action of
the Councllluis in votlus Sluu.UUU fur
Ulc HHHpuBsitn of the bubonic plasm .
'i i, tcx, . ( uoth ineamm a accompanied
Mr. Scwall's reports.
Tlio rrtsiucni turrets mo xo iiuhj'j
you that ho hns under his- date. March
0, 1U00, nppiovcd the nbjve-mcntloiicd
Act 1. lnfoiniatlon of such nppiuval
hns nlrcniiy bttn dcspntLhed to you by
n telegram sent this dav to San Fran
cisco to bo foiwntdul hi llonuiuri by
the steamer America Marti Balling to-
Mai bill. Ho npproves Act l oi mo
Council of Stnte."
Tlio npproptlnlton oi (luu.uuu iur uu-
tlltlonnl sewernge appt-nra io iu uuuu
the President's previous nutlinrlzallon
to egraphed to you on Jnnuiuy isJ last
nni,bfor,wnr,,cll fa thc steamer China of
tIlc 24th( aa Btatcd In my conllri.taloiy
letter to you of January 21th, l!)uu.
U ilocs not nppear to ho nccMsary
(o rcvcw thc gcr0U8 oUjcc,Ump legls-
'...... 1 -.1 I .... In . III. .1 Ml.
h Q hQ )ropoBllj aorctofon innclo
that the Hawaiian hsgiHl.ituro which
went out of cxlstenco on tno annexa
tion of the Hawaiian Ishindu Hhould ho
revived and convened nnew to rcaumo
the function of Insulation 'I'hi'sr ob
jections upon earnest consideration ap
peared to the President outweigu mo
favorable aspects of tho proposition, to
such a degree ns to render Its ndoptlon
Impracticable, while on the other hMid
tho necessity of such ,i step did not
nppear to hs liupr.Uivc In ilew of tho
sulllclcnt powers nlroadv posseMPd b
tho Council of Stnto under existing law,
nnd the exercise of whlfli powers li&rt
already been sanctioned by the Presi
dent In order to meet the grave bjnl
tniy emergency which eon fronts Ha
waii. The President ftctordlngly di
rected me to Include In th. above quot
ed telegram n negative response to tlio
suggestion of your letter! of January
I have the honor to be. sir.
Your obedient aervnnt,
Washington, March 10, 1900.
Harold M. Scwnll, Usq.. Honolulu.
Sir: Your No. 195, of liia -d Instant,
has been received. You therein eport
the reductions of tho fotco In the post
ofllco nnd customs dcn.irtments In or
der to keep within the limits of the last
legislative appropriation!. o (.ml
thnt those reductions will delay and
Impair tho operations vt the two de
partments, and that, whllo It forms
clear that the Council of Stato, under
article 81, section C, of tho Hawaiian
Constitution, has tho power to npprc'
prlate the necessary monnyn to put
these services on an cfllcient footing
thero ls a reluctance on tne part ot the
Executive to assume such power In ic
nucstlng tho Council tu io do: for
which reason "the Pr?sldent will bo
asked to sanction the oxerclho of this
power which Is urged by every I canon
of nubile necessity
No formal request of the Hawaiian
Executive in this sense hus yet reach
ed the President; but (In view ot tho
Importance of malntnlnleg tho full ef
ficiency of the postal and customs faer-
vtccs. nnd of tho urgency of taking no
ccssary steps to thot end tne President
directs that you state to President Utile
that he Is at liberty to forthwith re
commend to tho Council of Stat3 tho
making of the necessary appropria
tions (within propir limits of econo
my) for an tncrcaso jf the postal and
customs force, nnd lhat if ho deem It
nccessaiy to obtain tin- Prwddont s ex
press approval of tho appropriation,
the formality of i&iorrimc tne matter
to Washington .neol nut delay the
timely action which tho emergency op-
pears to require.
I am, sir, your ouedifiit servant,
Theie were great goli on on tho
Orphcum stago last night. Water
melons took tho placo of bouquets and
a climax was readied iiunng tiogan a
jinglng of "Who's That feaya Chick
ens In That Crowd" when n big and
healthy Shanghai roostur was huudml
jver the footlights to Ilogan who wel
comed the fowl as a drnthcr it. a'iU3.
I'ho benefit given to Toyo Jackson's
widow has proved a rcat nddllluti to
the populniity of tho Hogauiiej. Ap
plause was loudly bestuwtd when Mr.
Dante, manager for Hoaii niiuoum-ed
thc hatlsfactoiy lesult of the proceeds
of the game. The lnd!"i of tho coni
pany weio cheered ns eiwh llled across
the stage and deposited in nun their
Individual earnings as flower teUora
and ticket vcudois. Duk-j McNIrhol
mado nu rxtcmpuic sjn'i eh of th.inlfi
uinlil much laughter nnd applause.
Hogan bclzed upon tho '.'ecnalon to
make many apt allus..i,a to "taw
hits, a certain umpire's cculoni nr.d
things baseball gcncr.ill.v. Though the
iloganltes failed to iiiaii-iallze enough
aits during tho nftcinnru ;o vanquish
tho Stui s, they undoubtedly made hi
for any slackness In that (iiroitlou ihl
night; eveiythlng was n home run nnd
the ladles of the .rganiz.ulou proved
decidedly successful nt the plate. Theie
was a good deal of sp.i v entliU3l;tsm
woikcd off last night. Yhh; afternoon
the children's matlneo will crowd tho
housa and tonight wlli uudoabtedly sco
It filled to overllowlug. A grand niins
trel night with new hon:; and special
ties Is being nrranged for thd fore part
of next week nnd will In elaiioratoly
rehearsed and worki.i up for Monday
Attorney Georgo D. n;ir left In llto
Doric this afternoon for a business trli
to tho States.
The "St. Katherine"
HAS BROUGHT TO THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Large Additions to Ls Stock of
Refrigerate is, Lawn Mowers, Oil Stoves, Hand Sewing
Machines Ice Cream Freezers Plaifotm Scales. Blaclomiths
Fallows. Fortis. Vises. Drills. Jick Screws, Canal Bairows,
Stove T ucks, Hoes, Picks Mattocks, Shovels, Scoops, Forks,
Rakes, Concord Hanus, Dandy Briuhe , Ction Wa te, Ma
nila and Sis:il Cordage. Hoop, Bar and Galvanized Sheet Iron.
Crowbars, Nails, Nuts and Washers Cairiage and Wagon
Springs and Axles.
Large importations to arrive.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Fort, Mr reliant, K ng and Bethel' streets.
MONEY FOR YOU.
Thi uiii iMfi m it w it e a rfrrndnt cf
mmu ma nf thfilitan.1t fit InlflCft fimllifS ttlOC
muny cr eUtc ate I ov- in chnttry.
A rrirnin Hit ff trien oeltlInonyfr
The heir ol u hlch arc now tupp' J rt 'n th ' 'nlleJ
sutrs tui uhne irenl uhiatou1 are unknown.
You many have monty, helrltom. or esUlcs
WAITING FOR YOU.
It It no' urrrlsl that In ropulailon so vat
anJ amnne a iMftrl-cm tain nc fan.illrs which can
trac fack ihtlr antut y f r imi ucl . thai with
laml i of no north ramlticail.'niareotranrdl
nirv. iht tn nf ulatuHihln i.li.n v.rilnc Ifm
Pm, to I'casanis. ih"Uj;h all wrlneini: Inim one
lte. 1 he noun, tmrn lhat ih,re lneai y f,ot.
cm ono in rone anJrsiat m-lni: a UKt'lre ounJ
a litre exiravairam but II will not arprar snextraur.
dlnarywhtnlt nr.m.mber.d tnat the airnunt libai
rJ una rrels'rreJ alphaNilcol IM I rrttonuhn
luve i en aJv.nl.d tur all ovtr the otlJ lnce the
fe Inning ot the cent. ry. in luain ch nctry hel.
nxlut kin. and lei-a'eei otrmn h have dleJ
lntelate InGietl Uilt.ln. bu ure. me Ira aid Ihe
Ifntlth cnlinle. The main ourc of unrlalirei
monlef are: undalned clvlJtn on Government
iock:di.imaM(u d In i hint eiv: Army and Nay
I'r te Monty Estates ! persons h- hve diej Intes
tate wlihout known next-nt-kln; urn lalmeJ dividends
in rankrurtcy: teneral unila md dividends and un
claimed bark deposits. We ate also pn pared io
lurnlsh certificates ot Ulr hs. Dea h and Marrlaces
and olticial Citsi tr Coat ol Arms ol our latnlly
We are the only firm In Alt erica who make a special
ly ol establishing claims ol hclrs-aMaw and nexl-ol-
WE ASK NO FEE
Until claim has been Milled.
Em lose five i cent f m tlcan stamps rr ten cents In
silver for nailing wrtrplnit. etc., andnewll send
nu a bonkcontainine tun tntormation rr u
Wilte and sic il yuu ate im,n the lucky ones.
The Heirs At-Lnw Collection Co ,
roth a-d Chesnul slnets, Si I oils. Vo
rir'tval AJim. M. A L L. II Counselofat
Law llrhlsh Counsel lor the Con pa y.
: 1900 :
"Pirn," "Campbell," "Sears"
and Champ m Rackets.
Also, Nets and AarkingTap2S.
Pacific CfcIb & fit Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manacer.
Kiu.riis' ii.oi k - - roivrsT
Real : Estate : Agent,
No. 9 Bethel St , near P. O.
1 have In trade exchange, with payment
to boot, Oih. a nice ton iro,eitvili
a good veirlv income. Party wants to
trade In land In any part of the Hawaii, n
Please send me your order 1470m 1
NEW BOOK BULLETIN
Golden Rule Bazaar
"A DAUGHTER OF THE VINE"
By Gertrude Atherton.
"BL1X" 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 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
IHINGS f the new year. Never In the
history nf neckwea. has there been so
tn.my varieties made of the verv choice t
5.I ks. Pattern designs are characteristics
of these new makes. String Tles.-Puffs,
Scarfs, Four-ln-Hands, English Fq lares
.ind many other of the latest patterns are
to be found In our stock. A line article of
neckwear has become a necessity to him
whowouiJbe well dressed. No patt of
his dress Is more conspicuous, and when
the brst can be bought lor wh.it Inferior
gni'ds UUi I , NU ONE SHOULD PASS
hythe bargains we are now
The New Year Begets
F' -R THE BOYS. Have yru ever stop
pc . to think what a difference there is In
tl' . tn.ikes of boys' clothing ? Many suits
at boiiiihi r-eciuse the price K low. It Is
o en the price that governs the purchaser,
a- J nut the quality or the substantial
u ikes. 1 his theory seems to be based on
t1 e idea that any kind of a suit Is good
e1 ougli i r .i bov, as he will soon wear It
( .t. I hat Is not good economy, for If vnu
on Id t av a little more, and consider qua)
' y and make, vut would have a suit lor
' ir boy that woulJ always look well and
Jtwca' two suits of the Inferior gradrs.
r huv the best Is money in pocket: to
'he poorest Is moiey wasted. We
.alf h specialty to keep the best at popu
t)3f" Remember we have the Knox
Agenc for M-n's Hats and ate Sole Agent
for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh Underwear.
Good Mr. Good View. Cooo Htalth.
A special invitation is emended to everybody to visit Ho.
nolulu's moit delightful residence
"IT "tt" "W "H" "st"
Kalulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, ana in iiself an artistic pece of engineering afTords
easy access to all poims, as also 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 ol
a competent electrical engineer
1st. Having an indepencent power plant we are prepared to,'
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other putposexji
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for. 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 anjone 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 WARINGT& CO.
Closed March I3th,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
'Water Color Paints
For Silo by
Hawaiian News Co
AVAL T. PA1T,
Contractor ai'd Builder.
Store and Office Flflne.
Plan and fcst'mates I uriiUheJ,
Hotel M eet. n-.v Beretanla.
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist. Office, Kii g Street Malles;
Telephone io8j. Calls, day or nlirht,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
. nd lameness. 1464
to be fully completed by June
ve nave received irom Edison's factory ,
an Elect! ic Lamp for bed-room use whlcu
" i'iuc invaiuaoie. uymeansr-
of a regulating s.rew the light can bt v
changed from a dull red glow to full if
canJle power. When retiring the lamp
can be so turned down as to bum all night
at little cost, and by means of the screw
can Instantly be turned on full power. s
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 wi
are In a position to furnish good and re
FORT STREET EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Bljrt Jeweller. Hours: 9 to n
a. m -i to 5 p. m. u6vini
Haclc Stand No. 32
Say! do you know where I can ret
good carriage? Sure! At the Hawa
iian Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hotel
and Klchurda streets. Tel. 12. Notn-i
ing but first clusa carriage ana ex
One coupon and 25 cents st cures
ou a :plendid historical revewd
ir.t Spaniih war in the PhllipplnJ
t,- it Uili