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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, APRIL 10, WOO.
: vfENiNG Bulletin,
mhllihrd Kvery Day, except Sunday,
At 210 King strret, Honolulu, II. I.,
ULL.ETIN PUUUSIIINa COMPANY.
W. 11. PAUItlNOTON Kdltor
DANIEL I.OQAN , .City Editor
Telephono . . . . .25fi
Poet Ufflce llox 718
MONDAY APIUl. 19, 1900.
THE SALOON AMHNDMENT.
Tho bitter feellugn the House enact
Mat of tho Hawaiian tcrritotlal bill
;rU8C8 la tho heart of tho local official
circle la by no means surprltilnR. The
MMirornts of tho official orRan indicate
that having lost tholr grip on the lover
aw good official friends would bo only
too happy to have the bill fall In Cor.
areas and tho present condition tou
xiaue for another period. That the
amendment demanding tho return of
struct laborers imported since an-
atlon became a fact means a dis
tinct losa to the country, shows how
well our officials havo carried out the
.avirlt and intent of nnnoxntlou. The
KMItettn is not disposed to believe that
Omirvcsr will force Impossibilities up
as the Islands, neither will it allow
Hawaii to run tho United States and
uaxjct every principle that has .nur
auftorlzed American legislation for Its
Tho amendment doing away with the
Mta of liquors in saloons comes as a
aurjirlso, bIiico thcro nro few i.omnnml
Ueu In the United States whoro the
JJuor traffic has been conducted upon
jaoro conservative and rigid linen than
im Hawaii. The acccptanco of Uoprc
seetatlvo OIllett'H amendment suggests
tliat tho prohibition clement of the
States bollovo tho conditions in Hawaii
aisnllar to thoso In Manila which have
ascd widespread lUsc-iiwlnn. It is
4aabtful whothcr tho radical prohtbl
.aalata of Hawaii will support tho ac
tion of tho House, slnco tho practical
-result of tho amendment Is likely to
iacrvABo tho illicit salo of lliuors, and
"feting tho dlvo into oxistenco where it
5a now almost unknown.
Certainly In nono of tho largo cities
mt tho United States Is tho li-iuor
'traffic kept under moro strict survtll
Jaace than In Hawaii at present. Tho
saloons nre limited in number, aro kept
within limited boundaries, and holders
of licenses nro held to a strict acccunt
alttllty for the proper conduct of their
places of business. .
Having raado a good lucord in the
past, we bollovo Hawaii is Justified in
requesting CongrcsH to allow us local
option both n tho Tcrlrtory and (lie
TMuro uiunlclpnlltls. Ah regards tho
liquor traffic this country lias commit
ted no breach of trust which warrants
retaliation, or taking tho matter out
f tho hands of liui pcoplx through
At tho Orplieuin.
Thcro was n cupuclty houso ou Sat
unluy night that seemed moro than
clad to welcome tho rocugagement o!
"tho Hoganltcs. Hogan mado eomo hap
PT allusions anent his enforced stay.
Tho stago presented a most attractive
appearance In tho big minstrel llrst
part, tho two entlro companies, colored
and white, with their respective orches
tras completely filling tho Htngo and
roaklug ii brilliant picture with tho f
foctlvo costuming. Tho program wen,
uff successfully, though It must bo ad
mitted that tho Hoganltcs ns a whole
rather scored over their whiter breth
ren of tho stage. Hogan Is busy re
hearsing tho combined companies In
somo clnborato programs and Is put
ting on extra rehearsals for "A Coun
try Coon" which will go on In tho neat
Manager Cohen sails tomorrow for
tho Coast with a view to securing new
talent nnd n stock company for tin
summer season. Only tho very best at
tractions that havo fully proved their
drawing powers will In futuro be
brought to Honolulu.
PtiHtnr Giii'dnci' Demi.
Hov. William A. Gardner, who was
pastor of the Christian chinch in Hono
lulu all Inst year, died at '.Vatsonvlllo
Cal April fi, aged bt years. Although
lio came hero from San Francisco in
poor health, ho did not spare hlmsell
in his ministry. Ho was not only bo
loved by his own people hut hail won
tho highest esteem of otln'r rullglmif
societies In Honolulu. LII:o Ida Im
mcdlato picdecessor, Mr. Monroe, he
was n Union veteran of tho war of ihe
rebellion. A memorial nervly In mem
ory of Mr. Gardner will lis, field nt tin
Christian church next Sunday even
ing. Itnnrri Force Heliicr.
Tho emergency forco of tho Uoanl
of Health Is to bo reduced during thr
present week until It rearing its nor
mal condition. Within tho next day oi
two both call physicians will bo dis
pensed with nnd futuro rails will bi
answered by Dr. Howard, .ho city p!iy
alcian. Dr. Joho will bo transferred to
ho Medical Inspector of tho loca'
steamers and railways after today nnt
Dr. Garvin will bo on duty, when need
ed, nt tho Board of Health office. Slml
Jar reductions will be ma-lo rntll th
forco and exponso of the'Uoard Is with
In tho limits of nnto-plaguo timed, ns
-nearly as possible
uhmna strike hearing
Lahalnn, Maul, April It. .lulo J.
W. Knlun, Juilgo of the Circuit Court,
Second Circuit, sat nt 1:30 o'clock this
afternoon to hear tho defendant's ap
peal In ro Hnshlmoto Hcllccti vx Olo
walu 8ugnr Co. per A. Hancborg, man
ager, a suit to cancel contract. S. K.
Kalelkau, special magistrate, appointed
by Judge Kalua to hear tho caso in
placo of Maglstrato Kahaulello, dis
qualified, gave his decision List Thun
day In favor of plaintiff, and fined tho
defendant corporation !0 and $3.60
costs. Hons & Coko and John nich
nrdson appeared for thj defendant,
while S. M. Kaaukal, Win, Whtto and
A. N. Kepoikal appeared for tho tin,
Mr. Kepoikal presented n motion for
contlnuanco of hearing, claiming that
tho plaintiff should bo given tho statu
tory time of ton days after scrvlco of
citations. Mr. Hons claimed that as
plaintiff's attorneys did not object last
Thursday when the dato of hearing was
set for today, they have waived their
right to object for an Immcdlato hear
ing. Tho Court held that as he dirt not
have his clerk with him at Initial in
last Thursday when the partltM agreed
for hearing today, he was not rightfully
holding court then, therefore as Mr.
Kepolkul was Just employed In the
case last night, It was nothing more
than Justlco to allow his motion. The
motion was granted.
Tho court room ns well as tho court
yard wcro filled with Japanese specta
tors who had walked all tho way from
Olowolu with flags and banners this
morning In order to be present ut the
Although their attitude Is not war
like, yet Is was feared that if an ml
verso decision was rendered, they
might get Into tholr heads to take the
law Into their own hands. Tho de
cision of Judge Kalua allowing con
tlnuanco of hearing was satisfactory
to tho Japanese, nnd so tho Impending
danger was averted, at least for tho
present. Tho court gavo tho' plaintiff
eight days In which to prepare Ills
caso when tho ccso will bo heard again
in Lahalna at n dnto to bo stipulated by
tho respcctlvo parties.
Tho Japancso wero ndvlsed to go
back to work in tho meantime, but
they nil said they would not.
Lnlinlnn Jnpancse Demand.
Lahalna, Maul, April 11. Tho La
halna Japancso strikers agreed to go
back to work this morning. Pioneer
and Olownlu mills havo been nt n
standstill during this week wlillo the
caso of Hashimoto Sclkcn against tho
Olowalu Sugar Co. was bclns; heard in
tho lower court.
C. II. Wells, manager of Wnlluku
plantation was subpoenaed over hero
by tho defendant appellant to testify cm
their behalf ns to tho usagj In paying
laborers on his plantation. Mr. Len
nox of Spreckelsvllle represented W. J.
Lowrlc, who was. unable to c,ono. In
One thousand of the Pioneer mill Ja
panese, Lahalna, who agreed to go
back to work this morning, havo again
left work In n body because Manager
Ahlborn would not consent to their
quitting work overy day at 3 p. m. Tho
Japancso evidently do not likn to work
long hours and so they want to reduce
tho working hours as much ns possible.
In fnct they want to closo for tho day
nt 3 p. m. the Bnmn tlrao ns bankers In
Honolulu. Tho .Tapane also de
manded tho dismissal of several sub
lunas who wcro Inimical to tho Japs.
but tho captain was stubborn nnd
would not yield.
From Ahuk'nt to lliinnmniilu.
M. 1). Monsarrat, who recently re
turned from Kauai, states that ho has
mado a survey for a sectlou of rail
road from Hnnamaulu landing to Ahu
klnl. This is to facilitate the ship
ment of sugar front Hanamtiulu In case
of bad weather. At present the only
manner of getting sugar to thi steam
ers at Ahuklnl Is by menus of boats.
Tho now (storehouse, at this niace has
Just been completed. Its dimensions
aro C0x300 feet.
ATTENTION CO. H.
HALL MEMBERS OF CO H, N.
G. H. are or ered to assemble j.t the
Cnmn.Tiv r nil THIS fMi.nr'-ivi
EVENING at r- ooM.-ck to elect a ca.i-
am aru sto nu i.e ttnair. 1 5C7U
Election o? Officers.
M a mfe'lne of the Sli'ckhMi'c" of tne
WOODLAWN DAIR & STOCK CO..
L'ID., Apill t4 Ii, IQ'O ihe Mowing
flier wre elected fur tbe eu&uli.g jear:
B. F. nilllnghim, I res d:r t.
F.N P rktr, Vlce-Piesl.'ent.
F C Mnlth, Strcretaiy aid Treasurer
A. W. Vaa Vnl e birg. uJltor.
The armvj officer roi.sii.tre the BoarJ
F. C SMITH,
1 5 37-3t S-creta-y.
(Postponed from February 19, icoo.)
-UlDER AUSPICES OF
Oahu Lodge, No. I, K of P.
will HE Hi LI) IN PKOCKLSs HALL,
IUES0AY -EVENING, APhIL - 17,
Grand M vrh nt 9 p. m. sharp.
Tickets miyb pro. red trorairemberionp'fsfntj.
uoimi inviuiiomaras ai door. isqj.,! i
.The "St. Katherine"
HAS BROUGHT TO THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Large Additions to Its
COMMUSltfO, " ... '
Refrigerators, Lawn Mowers, Oil Stoves, .Hand Sewfng
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.
Thll will Inl'mt ycu It you ir Descendant of
any one ol thousands of foielgn families whoso
money or estates are row In chancery.
A complete list of persons ho have left money or
estates to the value of
The heirs ot which are now supposed to be In the United
kia utiMa .nl Hruiaahnnif arai linlrnMarM
You many have money, helrlcoms, or estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is not surprising that In a population sovas
and among a people contain nc families which can
trace back their ancestiy for centurli s, that evrn with
families of no no the ramifications ara entraordl
nary, the tics ot relationship olten varying from
Peers to Peasants, though ail sprinting from on
tree. The announcement that there is neary J.oo,
000.000 In money and estates going a-begging sounds
a little extravagant but It wlllnot appear to extraor
dinary when It Isrrmembend that the amount It bat
ed on a rrglocntd alphabetical list ot persons who
have b-en adwrtltrd toraUvvrr the world since the
beginning ol the century, iniludlng chancery heirs,
next of kin. and legatees of persons who have died
Intestate In Great Britain, Europe. Ameilca and the
British colonies. The main sources of unclaimed
monies are: unclaimed olvlJenos on Government
stocks: dormant funds In chancery; Army and Navy
Prue Money: Estates of persons who have died Intes
tate without known next-of-kin; unclaimed dividends
In hanVruptrv: nral unclaimed dividends and un
claimed band deposits. We ara also prepare to
furnish certificates of Blnhs, Deaths and Marriages
and official Ciest or Coat ot Arms of your family
We are the only firm In America who make a special
ty of establishing claims ol hclrs-at-law and ntxt-of-
WE ASK NO FEE
Until claim has teen settled.
Enclose five a cent m- rlcan stamps or ten cents In
silver for nailing, wrapping, etc.. and we will send
you a bonk containing full Information F REE.
Write and lie It you ate among the lucky ones.
Tho Heirs At-Ltiw Collection Co.,
toth a-d Chtsnut streets, St. Louis. Mo.
Perclval Adams, M. A. L. L. H. Counselor-at-Law.
British Counsel tor Ihe Coirpary.
BY LAST STEAMER
FRESH FRDAt THE
FACTORY . .
NEW 1900 8. 6. 1.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
Pacific Cycle & ITg fo.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
FOK n T
Hawaiian Electric Co.
A Special MeftlnR of the Stockholders
of the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO..
w.ll be held on Friday, April 27, 1900. at
io OilocK a. m., fur thr purpoe of amend
ing the ByLaws-of said company, at the
offLeof the Hawaiian Safe& Investment
Co. W. L. HOPPER.
NEW BOOK BULLETIN
Golden Rule Bazaar
"A DAUGHTER OF THE VINE"
By Gertrude Atherton.
"BLIX" By Frank Norrls.
"THE MARKET PLACE"
By Harold Frederic.
"COFFEE AND REPARTEE AND
"NO. 5 JOHN STREET"
By Richard Whiting.
"A MANIFEST DESTINY"
1 By Julia Magrtider.
"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.
DO YOU WANT
IF SO, we on accommodate vu.
Frlce, nou know, have eoi e i.p. bu' that
Will nnt peven' usttom selll g goois to
you at old prices. v e can do this hecause
we anticipated a rising market nndplacd
o-,r orJers cirlv MEN'S Stills tint
wnuld n iw cost yo'i In any ether store J20,
we are wiling tor 515. m save f$U
worth fonirthine to von. I cannot be
done everv dav, but on everything ynu
b'iv from us ou will save from Si to J.
Monty sived, ou know, Is m n v earned.
Therefore you wl I eai nione hy uhg
your CLO THING und MENS FUK
NISHl.NGSofus. READ THESE LITTLE THIN"!-.
THEY MAY INTEREST YOU.
WHEN YOU SEE A BARGAIN it
shoild nt be fo'SaKen. Wnlnngforthe
m rruw may b'lngso'rox'. ToJ.iv's vour
opportin hy. The ro licking bovnetdsa
garment tint will aid his Jays. WE
9-t i .Hotel street and cor. Hotel and
Telephone 67 and 96.
P. O. Box 558.
Good Air. Good.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Hri-
,n0lulu's most de,ightful resldence slte
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 fof materialandLthe-work of
construction, equipping and installation placedtfnlthe hands bi
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are oreoared to
furnish electric power for lighfing.Iheating and other purposes,
to our home builders at most icasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits, fori makine 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.
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For further information,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Progress Block. ,,
Closed March 13th,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of
Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, f
livery thin r Nevnrrl Pn-to-Date.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
Harness, ftfllnr, canw m Harness Materia),
Blaclcsm tlis and
XX AND EVERYTHING IN OUR LINB,
Island Trade Solicited.
Write t us More sending to the Canst, and save time and trouble.
Our stock Is complete in every particular.
Lime, Piaster, Cement and Fire Clay,
Sol -A.gen.t3 fox
Valentine & Co., N. Y., Colors and Varnishes; O'Brien & Son' Carriages-.
Ho'vell's N. .1. Leather; H. H. Babcock Co., N. Y Buggies; Atlas Pipe Wrench Co.,
N. Y. and S. F.
Pacific Vehicles Supply Co.,
View. Gooo Htalth.
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prices, terms, etc.. aoDlv a,
l raps, Wagonettes,
Drays, Farm Wagons,,
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