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THE EVENINO BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. 1., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1900.
; EniNG Bulletin.
Published Kvi-ry Hay, except Sunday,
at 210 King Btrcct, Ilonululii, II. I.,
BULLETIN PUUL1SII1NU COMPANY.
W. It. PAUH1NOTON Uilltor
DAN1KL I.OUAN City Kill tor
Post Offlco llox
WEDNESDAY APHII, i, 1!"W.
Tlio Ilullvtin was tho only paper ot
Honolulu to volco the nlmoat unanl
mouB disapproval with which the pco
plo received Mr. Dolo's nppolntments
to tho Court of Claims. As Mr. Dole
Is not disposed to llHten to tho argu
ments of tho Bulletin we cordially refer
him to tho action of Uin Chamber ot
Commerce which Is presented without
comment. Comment Ik not neccasnry.
If Mr. Dole can find one ImihIucsh
man who will endow) his appoint
ment h to tho Court of Claims, he will
do a marked favor by dotting that In
dividual out and allowing the people to
listen to his arguments. Even Mr
Dole's ofllclal organs lmre not dnrsd
to say a word in favor of the Court,
business sentiment has been so univer
sal in tho condemnation of the Court
and tho method of proceduro as out
lined by Mr. Dole's oxoculive order.
THE REPUBLICAN CLUB.
The final action of the Republican
mooting in Murray hall Tuesday even
ing' finds favor in the estimation of
every honest and fair minded Republi
can of the Islands. In the oventual or
ganization ot tho Republican party, tho
first move wilt bo tho organization of
district or word clubs to send dele
gates to a central convention for a per
manent organization. NVhito there Is
an honest difference nt opinion as to
the time for action in forming the
clubs, tho Republican party Is not n
monarchical body that issues com
mands "tli oil shall" or "thou shalt
not." The right of tho radicals or con
servatives to be heard ut any nud all
times is recognized. Vhon the tltno ar
rives for goneral and permanent or
gantzatlon, votes will toll tho story nnd
every member of the party is In honor
bound to stand by tho result and sup
port tho party.
The Republican club of which Mr.
Crnbbo is president assumes no mor-j
than it has n light to nssumo under
recognized principles of party proce
dure. It takes its position as nn inte
gral part of tho party to be formed in
the near future and there Is every rea
son to believe that in their allegiance
to party principle botlt in convention
and nt the polls tho members will stand
byjthe action of "the majority. This
sounding the cry, "the bosses are upon
' us," la nonsense. The Republican
party will bo what the votes ot tho ma
jority make it It tho supremely vir
tuous who fear tho details of party
organization are too good to bo tho
political associates ot honest working
men, tho sooner It is Known tho bet
ter. A. S. Humphreys sounded tho key
note of Republican principle when ho
said "Tho Republican party belongs to
no set of men. It has no rules. It is
broad as America and as free, as sun
light." Tho club formed voices a sen
timent favoring early organization. It
asks no more and assumes no more
than it has a well recognized right to
request and assumo and has thereby
eliminated an element of factional
strife apparently threatened until the
objects of tho meeting were opened to
A WISE ALTERATION.
The wise alteration rnadu by tho
Sonato in tho Hawaiian Dill, requiring
the territorial legislature of Hawuli
to enact laws for municipal and county
government, unfortunately did not
meet with tho approval of tho House,
except' so far as Honolulu and Hllo
are concerned. Whllo tho people of
Hllo may apprcclato tho fact that they
.nro considered capablo ot local self
government, they do not upprovo of tin;
idea that the other portions of tho inl
and nro not. Wo know from bitter ex
perience that no form of Central Gov
ernment can properly administer tho
details of matters purely local.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Your re
port of Court proceedings in last
night's Bulletin In ro Lura Ah Leo et
al vs. Ah Soong ct nl., 0. V. Peterson
for plaintiffs, In which you stnto that
plaintiffs "had forgotten to say where
tho land was and what was taken" is
misleading. The pleadings stated the
lands to be In Manoa and referred for
a more particular description to cer
tain leases. Tho Court considered that
th clcases were not sufficiently made a
part of tho pleadings, although similar
pleadings had been passed as sufficient
b yanotber Judge of tho same Coutt.
Thoro was no forgetfulnessi about it.
C. F. PETERSON,
i Honolulu, April 4, 1909.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
REPUBLICAN CLUB FORMED
About sixty men were juescnt nt T
II. Murray's hall when the meeting
opened Inst night which was called to
organlzo the "Republican Party of Ha
waii. " Half a score came In later.
Clarence L. Crabbe wi elected chair
man and Francis J. Horry secretary
The leport of a commlteo appointed
at a preliminary meeting was present
ed, containing draft of constitution and
nominations of officers. Doth theso
particulars wcro somewhat changed by
After tho secretary had read tho re
port with all It carried, a motion was
mado by O. C. Lewis to adopt tho con
stitution as a whole.
A. S. Humphreys moved to consider
It serlatum. Then tho same mover
carried tho radical point ot changing
the name by substituting tho word
"Club" for "Party."
Mr. Lewis struggled hard against
both proposals, but had practically no
In a recess of ten minutes fur sign
ing tho constitution, thirty-Bls names
were appended to tho document. Prob
ably a dozen others signed before nnd
The officers of tho club elected nro:
Clarcnco L. Crabbe, president;
H. L. Evans, vlco president;
Francis J. Derry, secretary;
W. E. Fisher, treasurer,
T. U. Murray, auditor;
Dick Daly, scrgcant-at-arms.
The president will announce the
executlvo committee of twenty-ono at
next meeting. This committee has the
remarkable power of changing and
making laws for tho club.
Mr. Murray after business expressed
a desire for speeches.
Mr. Humphreys was first call of tho
meeting. Ho was disappointed in the
meeting, ns ho expected to meet a good
many Irishmen, consequently a scrap.
Sometime ago he had been approached
to Join an Independent party, but de
clined because he was a Republican nil
wool and a yard wide. In a certain
town for years ono other and himself
wcro tho only Republicans, and regu
larly tho other nominated tho speaker
for Attorney General and ho nominat
ed him for Congress. In a month this
club would have n thousand members.
Ho took no stock in tho proposition
that the time was Inopportune Thcro
was a nigger in tho fenco there. It
would havo been nice If they had wait
ed for others to organlzo ahead of
them and grab nil tho nflices. A gentle
man was coming homo from Washing
ton with tho project of taking tho cn
tiro organization of the Republicans
Into his ow nhunds.
Will E. Fisher declared himself a Re
publican and nothing else. A year ago
ho advocated organization, but was put
down as n malihlnl. Yet It they had
organized then, Hawaii would not have
had to wait so long for its territorial
J. M. Vivas, though an old warhorsa
In politics, claimed to be a malihlnl as
to American parties. Ho required
tlmo to make his affiliation, but when
tho choice was mado ho would Jump in
with both feet.
F. H. Austin made a few remarks as
a Hawaiian born citizen.
The meeting adjourned at 9:10 for
Allan Hutchinson's Work.
The Auckland Weekly Herald of re
cent dato Bays:
Mr. Allen Hutchinson , tho well-
known sculptor, has Just returned from
an extended tour through tho King
country nnd tho Hot Lake region,
where he has been studying and model
ling native types of head and face. Mr.
Hutchinson's purpose in Now Zealand
Is to obtain characteristic types of the
Maoris. Ho has made a special fea
ture ot racial types, having studied tho
North American Indian, also tho Ha
waiian, and other branches ot the Poly
nesian family. Tho studies, which are
both in tho round and icllcf, in piaster
and bronze, aro already in tho Ethno
logical Department ot numerous mu
seums, and Mr. Hutchinson is dolus ft
great service to sclenco and art in
preserving the ethnological, as well as
tho artistic, features ot races that aro
fast dying out. Ethnologists and oth
ers, who take an interest in tho type
ot Maoris, will be greatly delighted
with Mr. Hutchinson's work.
All persons leaving Honolulu bv train
must obtain a written permission each
time from the office of the Board of Health.
Marcli J. loco. I4Q7-w i
Hawaiian Electric Co.
A Special Meetlne of the Stockholders
of the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.
will be held Friday. April 6ih, at lo
o'clock a. m. at the office of the Hawaiian
Trust & Investment Co.. for the purpose
of considering the Increase ol capital stock
and for such other business as may come
Per order President:
W. L. HOPPER,
Kona Sugar Co.
ASSESSMENT NO r ICE.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the Directors ot the above named com
pany, held March 31, 1000, Assessment
No. 8 of 10 per cent on the assessable stock
was called, payable April 1. 1000.
F. W. MCCHESNEY,
March 31, 1900. M953t
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, Hoes, Picks, 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 and Washers Carriage and' Wagon
Springs and Axles.
Large importations to arrive.
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
Fort, Merchant, King and Bethel streets.
MONEY FOR YOU.
Thli will Interest you It you are a DetttnJant of
any one of thousand! of foreign families hoie
money or estates are now In chancery,
A complete list of! persons ho hate left money or
estates to the value ol
The heirs ot which are now surpoted to bt In the Unlit J
otaics pui wuusc picseni wircicapuuis are unimown.
You many have money, helrlcoms, or estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is not surprising that In a population so vas
and among a people containing families uhlch can
trace back their ancestry for centuries, that even with
families of no note the ramifications are extraordi
nary, the ties of relationship often varying from
Peers to Peasants, though all springing from one
tree. The announcement that there is nearly f eoo,
000.000 In money and estates going a-begging sounds
a little extravagant but It wllfnot appear to extraor
dinary when Ills remembered that the ataount Is bas
ed on a registered alphabetical list of persons who
have been advertised for all over the world since the
beginning of the century. Including chancery heirs,
next of km. and legatees of persons who have died
Intestate In Great Britain, Europe, America and the
British colonies. The main sources of unclaimed
monies are: unclaimed dividends on 'Government
stocks: dormant funds In chancery; Army and Navy
I'rlie Money; Estates of persons who have died Intes
tate without known next-of-kin; unclaimed dividends
In bankruptcy; general unclaimed dividends and un
claimed bank deposits. We are also prepared to
furnish certificates ot Births, Deaths ant Marriages
and official Crest or Coat ol Arms of your family
We are the only 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 9 cent American stamps or ten cents In
silver for malllne. wrarnln?. etc.. and we wll send
you a book containing full Information FREE.
Write and see If you are among the lucky ones.
The Heirs At-Law Collection Co.,
10th and Chesnut streets, St Louis, Mo.
Perclval AJams. M. A. L. L. B. Couriselor-at-Law.
British Counsel lor the Company.
: 1900 :
"Pirn," "Campbell," "Sears"
and Champion Rackets.
Also, Nets and Marking Tapes.
Pact - Cycle & M'tt Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
KtTLKRS' IJLOCK, - - FOKTST
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Store and Office Fitting.
Plan and Estimates Furnished.
Hotel Street, near Beretanla.
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 Harrison.
"WHITE MAN'S AFRICA"
"OOM PAUL'S PEOPLE"
"WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN
"IN CONNECTION WITH THE
And many others
816 FORT STREET.
ARE AMONR THP TIMRI V
THINGS of the new year. Never In the
history of neckweai has there been so
manv varlrtlt, mad nf th iwru rhnlmt
silks. Pattern designs are characteristics
or xnese new manes, wing lies, Puffs,
Scarfs. Four-ln-Hand. PniHUh :,;
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
wuu wuum dc wen urcsseu. no part of
his dress Is more conspicuous, and when
the best can be bought for what Inferior
Soous v.uai,wu UNE M1UULU PASS
Y THE BARGAINS WE ARE NOW
The New Year Begets
F( .R THE BOYS. Have you ever stop
per to think what a difference there Is In
tllL mKM nf hnue' jlnthlnf M ...... ...I-
............. w. w- v.v.mii many 3UI13
ars bought because the price Is low. It Is
o'icii me price mat governs me purchaser,
a J not the quality or the substantial
rii ikes. Thk thnrv cmi ,. U k,r
tl.e Idea that any kind of a suit Is good
r ""8" joraooy, as ne will soon wear It
v .1. 1 ii.u is noi gooa economy, tor If you
ouiu pay a nine more, ana consider qual
I y and make, you would have a suit for
t'ie boy that would always look well and
( Jtwear two suits of the Inferior grades.
1 c iuv the best Is money in pockets to
he poorest Is moaey wasted. We
,ake a specialty to keep the best at popu
fesfi RrmmKef MTtk UtM tU lfnii
Agencv for Mr n's Hats and are Sole Agent
vt ivi. uciiiicj uncn mesii unoerwear,
Good Air. Good View. Gooo 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 itseJf an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine view's of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of
construction, equipping and installation placed! in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having ah independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other putposes,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits
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,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Closed March I3th,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of
Buggies. Surreys, Phaetons.'
Everything New and Up-fo-Date,
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
Harness, MHiir, Carriap Harness Material,
Blacksm.ths' and Horseshoers' Material,
U AND EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE.
Island Trade Solicited.
Write to us before sending to the Coast, and save time and trouble.
Our stock is complete in every particular
Lime, Plaster, Cement and Fire Clay.
Sol Hfk.ereri.ts for
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Pacific Vehicles Supplv.Co.,
forS making water connections
prices, terms, etc.. aonlv at
1 raps, Wagonettes, ;Si
Drays, Farm Wagons,
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