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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H I.. BATUBDAY, APRIL 21, l'JOO.
?, y Ji I G Hi) LLET1 N .
fubllshcd Every Day. except Sunday,
at 210 King stroet, Honolulu, H. I.,
BULLETIN IMJHM3H1NQ COMPANY.
or t oinniNilTON Editor
DANIEL LOQAN . . . .CltyEdltor
The morning organ of the "best poo
plo" wa3 bo busy this morning trying
to aquato Itself with tho Portugucso
that It forgot Its Saturday sermon.
Tho mugwumps" of Hawaii htno
Misled nu their political banners. 'Tho
peoplo shall not tulo." Hut tho imoplo
will rulo unci the mugwumps will ro
tlro with Uruvor Cleveland to tl.o Salt
Ulvor mansion of Innocuous Ucsuotudo.
The Advertiser makc3 tho announce
ment that Edwin Markham; tho poet,
has becoino "qulto well known during
the last tew monthB." Having rocnlvtd
jocognltlon from Hawairn olllclal or
gan Markhatn's earcrr Is now complete.
Tho attitude of the Portugucno Is the
attitude of houeat, loyal Americans.
There Is nothing In the statement made
by Mr. Vivas or any other Portuguese
citizen to suggest that these gentlemen
have any thought of entering upon
their d.ittpg as citizens of tho Territory
of Hawaii by attempting to "down" the
native Hawallnns. or by lending aid
to any effort that will discredit their
character or haulier thexn In oxcrplfltng
tho privileges of Ameilenn cltlr.enahlp.
Tho majoilty of tho citizens of this
Tcrrltoiy will meet on tho common
ground of equality established by well
known Ameilcan principle. Disgrunt
led poli.lclans that censor and dlroct
to sentiments of tho ouiclal Jackass
press may howl and try to force class
hatred and antagonism to their hearts'
content. They do not possess, will not.
can not obtain tho endorsement or sup
port, of tho peoplo of Hnwall.
HAWAIIAN LEADER'S VlliW.
Again Is tho He given to tho ponder
ous statements of tho morning organ
mado with a view to stir up raco pro
judlco nnd insulting every natlvo Ha
waiian of tho country. If there Is any
man In town who might have reason
to Join tho revengeful Royalists creat
ed by tho Imagination of tho official or
gan, It Is John E. Hush, fauch revenge
ful disposition, however, doe3 not exist
except as it has been created by a dis
gruntled faction, who foreseeing their
loss of political power nro endeavor
ing to rouso raco prcjudlco nnd bring
Into tho American career tho bitter
antagonisms winch have been tho most
unfortunato fcaturo of past history.
As said by Mr. Bush tho Hawallnns
are ready to drop past issues and it Is
tho olllclal faction behind tho morning
organ that has taken tho Inltlatlvo to
draw a color lino which does not cxl.it
and will not be allowed when the peo-
p.o organize parties and go to tho polls
to elect their legislative representa
tives. Tho Hawailans are ready to ac
cept Ameilcan citizenship rights and
privileges In tho spirit In which It s
extended by tho Repuhlcan Congress
and Administration. Tho olllclal cir
cle for which the Advertiser spenks arc
not willing to accept American prin
ciple. This has been apparent in their
wnolo career since tho (lag was raised.
In his discussion of American par
tics, Mr. Bush shows tnat hi estimat
ing the Republican paity ho has been
Influenced by hypocrisy nnd traitorous
attitude of tho Advertiser toward tao
Republican leaders of tho nation botn
ollicial and elective. This mugwump
organ has nut hesitated to willfully
hold Prcaldf nt McIClnlcy up to tho
ridlculo nnd contempt of tho Hawaiian,
by attempting to prove that tho Presi
dent nnd hl3 nilvlsors aro Incapabto of
tho tasks tnirustcd them by tho pcopio
01 tho United States.
THE YOUNG MLNSLEAGUn.
Active political Intel est In tho nffalia
of Honolulu us foreshadowed by tho
proposed Young Men's Municipal
League Is one of the happy signs of tho
times that Inmcato n hearty coopcra-
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tion to make Honolulu tho model city cxc(Jent c-onUltlon. The greens nro
which It has tho opportunity under In due shapo and tho hazards aro tho
American municipal rulo to become, 'delight of nil who have played at Ma
As was pointed out at last nlgbt'a , """i ,., .. ,,.. ....
meeting there Is sufllclcnt Add for
work without this Lcnguo bothering
its mind with political parties. Its
first duty will bo to create an Interest
In political affairs and tho proper gov
ernmental organization to meet the de
mands of tho pcopio of Honolulu
Tho prevailing disposition through-
out the Islands Is to glvo practically no
attention to tho methods or form of
government until a few days beforo an
election or upon tho Introuuctlon of
eomo vital measure In the Legislature.
The result 1b that opinions are formed
I l. tit ii f ttm mnmnnt niwl TTllfl
takes that ever follow hurried nn.t In-
Under old political conditions the
young men have taken llttlo part or
Interest In tho details or principles of
government. They havo not been as
they ought to bo active factors In as
sisting the recognized party leaders
aud becoming oounlly well versed In
tho situations with wnlch tho leaders
havo to contend.
As was stated by Lylo Dickey, the
Ideas of many of tho people of tho city
on American munlclpnl government aro
nccoscarlly vague. Having had prac
tical acquaintance) only with a radical
ly centralized government, they arc to
n certain extent groping In tho dark
when contemplating a government of
Honolulu thatHhall ho practically Inde
pendent In lto omrcrs, organization nnd
udmiulRtrntlun of tho torrltorlal organ
ization that taken tho place of tho proi
ont arbitrary official rulo. Tho League
starts lu with no lines drawn between
tiiebcsl peoplo aud supposed corrup
tlonlsts. The citizenship of Honolulu
should know no division of class or
rare No poUtL-nl movement taking
such liiviHlon iih u basic rulo can or1
will succeed. It can ho depended upon
that tho young men of the city In their
crfort for representative municipal gov
ernment will couutennnco no such
movement nor aid class strlfo in the
Mt. I.ouls Globe-Democrat.
In th" midst of nil the prating on
lh--i loustltiiiiun and Its powers nnd
limitations a volco from Oklahoma
uttrro ocntlmentH which will Ilnd .in
.-cho In mnnv minds that do not now
belong to lawycis. Judge McAfee, w.io
was appointed to tho Torrltoilal Su
premo Oomt by President" Cleveland,
and who has Just b?cn renominated for
another trim, dellvoird nn addrcas
recently on ".Manifest Destiny." Cop
ies havo reached Washington, and havo
licen read by public men with Interest.
"Our liberties," ho said, "aro greater
and wider than Magna Charta; great
er nnd wider than the bill of rights;
greater and wider than tho Declara
tion of Independence. And tho Consti
tution Is but another. If all of our
paper constitutions wero abondcud to
morrow we would bo the same brave
and liberty-loving, peaceful and Inde
pendent peoplo thnt we wero while
these things existed on paper, and we
would havo tho samo determination
to secure the blessings of liberty for
ourselves nnd tho samo determination
that no people over whoso destinies wo
had control should lose their liberties
at our hands. These things may not no
provided for 111 tho Constitution of the
United States, but they aro surely com
ing, nevertheless. For tho English raco
and Its Institutions ?ro greater and
moro powerful than uny written.con
stltutlun, with Its limitations. And
they nro coming at tho hands of tho
English-speaking race, fulflllllng a part
of Its great mission of teaching to the
nations representative government, un
der law, ameliorated and softened by
the precepts of Its own faith lu Christ."
COURT OP CLAIMS RESOLVE.
It was understood Friday thero
would bo a caucus of members, after
the session of tho Council of State, to
consider the matter of again bringing
up tho Court of Claims nttcstlou. Later
In tne day It was learned that the pro
gram had been changed nnd that the
mcmbcis had agiccd upon n resolution,
covering tho matter, which would bo
Introduced at the Council of Stato
meeting on next Monday afternoon.
Councilor Gear said to n represcntathe
of the Bulletin on Friday that ho hud
nothing to say In regard to the matter;
but other Councilors admitted that cr
taln representations would probably no
mado nt tho next mictlng of tho Coun
cil of State. This morning Councilor
Hollo was seen and said such a "so
lution as mentioned, regarding tho
Court of Claims, would bo brought up
on Monday next, but ho uujumu.y ic
fused to say want tho substanro if t'10
resolution would be. From nnothar
source of direct lnfoimatlon It Is learn
ed that tho resolution to be Introiiucil
will urge the Immedlato rc-opcnlng of
the matter by the Uxecutlvo uiu mo
appointment of a Court of Claims to
cany out tho wishes of 1'iesldcnt Mc
Klnlcy as endorsed by the Council of
moanai.ua GOlF links
Kino golf links have been laid out
on tho higher lands Just above S. M.
Damon's countiy rculdcnco at Mcuui-
I Tho links nave not been In existence.
I very long but tho work of tho laborois
nn fi nnninn'a Inml lina tint Itinl.i In
mi, Utxiiiuii mm uiu iiiun iuiu uiu iwt
tho special purpose of ottering health
ful recreation. It is the present plan
to erect a club houso In' the near lit
turo. In addition to the golf links,
tennis courts aro being built.
Mr. Damon wishes to havo It under
stood that tho links nro In tho nutun
of n public park nnd nnyono who
w'Bncf; t0 tul ndvnntago of what is
iiliuiuu, limy uu nu.
The leaning peoplo nro securing seats
for .jo grand concert on the 27th. Buy
your tickets nt onco at Wall, Nichols
Co., or of agents of Mr. Hall. Exchango
tlcncts for choice of reserved scats af
ter 9a. m., Tuesday, the 21th.
The "St. Katherine"
HAS BROUGHT TO THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Large Additions to Its Stock of
Refrigerators, Lawn Aiowcrs, Oil Stoves, Hand Sewing
Machines Ice Cream Freezers, Plalfoim Scales, Blacksmiths
Bellows, Forges, Vises, Drills, Jack Screws, Canal Barrows,
Stive T ucksi Hoes, Picks Mattocks Shovels, Scoops, Forks,
Rakes, Concord Hanits, Dandy Brushes Cotton Wate, Aa
nilc and Sisal Cordage. Hoop, Bar and Galvanized Sheet Iron.
Crowbars, Nails, Nuts and Washers Cai Wage and Wagon
Springs and Axles.
L-ii-ge importations to arrive.
The Pacific Birawait Co.,
MONEY FOR YOU.
TMi w'll IrKrett m-u 't )' ' tVKtnlant ct
nv ore o( iheUMiui nt Iririfn fainlllts whose
tsenry cr estattk aic i o In etianctry.
A crnplM Mil rl rtrtons liu have lftnuwy or
cstilt 10 Uie value ol
Tlie heirs of hlch srenow urp"$-J In te In the United
statrj Kit hue tre sent hetrabout are unknown.
You many have money, neimoms. or ronti
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is not iurrlslrjr that In ropulallon to vat
anJ among a pet.ple en tain nj: families which can
trace back their anci-st y I r iemurl t. thai evwi with
families of nn no e the ramifications are cxtraordl-rv-irv
Hi- w nt lel.tnii tMD ntttn varlnit from
Peers In Peasants, ihuugh all springing from on
tiee. The niinuum emi-n that there Is near yf .ou,
onooooinmiine an4 .-slat. s k Inn a-begging sounds
a lime extravagant but It will not arpear so exiraor
dinirvulwnli iwim.mberid thai the amount Is ba
tdonarrgl.ttieJ alphab.tlcl IM it personsuho
hae h en alv.rtls.d lor all ovtr the world since the
beginning of the century, in lujing enmcery neirs.
n.... ..I Ltn nj in'sieet of rerMins who have died
Inie.tate Inli'eit tiilt.ln, Lumpe, 'me'lea and the
Untlh colnnlen. Ine main sources or unciaimea
monies are: unclaimed ulvlJen s on Government
r.tocki:auimartlu ds In ihamer: Army and Navy
Prue .Money (.states t persons wh have died Intes
fjte without known next-of-kin. un. lalmed dlvld.nds
in rankruttcy. teneral umla med dividends and un
claimed batk deposits. We are also prepared to
lurnlsh certificates ot lllr hs. Pea h and Marriages
and oft'Clal Ciest or Coat ot Arms or your lamny
We are the only firm In Air erica wbo make a special
ty ol establishing claims'ot lielis-at-law and ntxl-ol-kln.
WE ASK NO FEt.
Until claim has been settled,
Lmlnse tne t cent American itairps or ten cents In
sller fir nailing, wr.rplni.1. Hi .iu we will send
yuii a borikconulmng full Irtnrmatlon I RcE.
Wilie and nt if uu ate uming the lucky ones.
The Heirs At-Lnv Collection Co.,
loth j'd ClieMiut strtets. Si Louis, Wo.
Perlval Alims. M. ALL. II. Counselor-at-iaw,
Drlilt.li Counsel tor the Coirpany
by last steamer
fresh frdm the
factory . .
W 1900 B. G. I.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
Punt cycle & iri ci.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
Hawnilon Electric Co.
STOCKHOI ncRS SPECIAL
A Special Meft'ng of the ctockholders
of the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
will be heM on Friday, April 27, 1900. at
t ) o'clock a. m., fur the purpo e of amend
ing the ByLaws'of said company, at the
olTue of the Hawaiian Safe & investment
Co. W.L. HOPPER,
I i47Qtd Secretary,
and Bethel streets.
THE - BOOK - STORE!
Golden Role Bazaar
&1G FORT STREET.
I.I Ml-Nil Poifo!
"For the Freedom i f the ?ei"-by Brady.
"Ih-Mnryof His Boers" by Moi.tasue
'Oom Paul's Teople fcy Hillcsas "
"Oi t Jackman"-by Clark Kus'ell
"I he Sign of ths Cross"-by Wll'.oa
"Stranger Than Fiction" by Albert Ross.
"Hie Naked Tiuth" bv Albert Ro-s.
"The World's Mercy"-by author of
"The Silence of Dean Maliland "
"The Maker of Natl6n" by Boothby.
"Foes In Ambush" by Otpt. Chas.
"A Fatal Misunderstanding" by Helm
burg. "Two Daughters of One Race" by
"Agatha Webb"- bv Anna K. Gr-eu.
"1 he Greater Gift"-by M.irdimont.
And Hunored'. of Other Ptru'ar -,,j
SUndarJ Books of the Day.
You can always find an Interesting book
BIG FORT STREET,
l coming. Cupid calls It good snd beautiful
No article of ver rnrt.ues of s" nnnv
patterns and makes as dne neckwear.
When you see thr new the old that you
thought beautiful grows stale. We have
just rrcclved ournev sp.lng stock and If
you don't say 'hat they ae well when
you re them we will qu t impoitlng.
WE ARri NOT exactly elhng our
gooJs it ruction, but we are doing the
nex rest thing by selling them at creatly
red iced prlcrs. It is not our habit to c irrv
goods over from one sason to another,
so we must sell nur remnants of sizes nt
oner, and at such prli.es that you will
sive mjney by buying ot u. Thee
goo 's must sell even If we hicurawarln
dnln?; si. Boys' and Men's Clothing,
Underwe r and Men's Furnishings. We
mean business. Call md hive a look.
9-1 1 Hotel street and cor. Hotel and
Telephone 67 and 96,
P. O. Box 558.
Good Air. Good View. Gogo Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly teimed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all poims, as nlso scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeut at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and fthe work ol
constitution, equipping and inst;; lation placed, in the hands ol
a competent electrical engineer to be fully" completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lightinp,heaiirg and other purposes,
to our home builders at most reasonable lates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Peimits lor making water connection?
will be gi anted 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 (he
residence sites of Honolulu.
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For further information,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
aTem-ple cf IF'asia.ioin..
Closed March I3th,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of
UPJatA UV.failaVQPar '
Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons,
l:ver)thin'i Ncv "ml Up-to-Date.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
Blaclcsmitlis' ami Horspslwers' Materi.il,
AND EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE,
Island Trade Solicited.
Write t' us before sending to the Coast, and saveitin.e and trouble,
Our stock is complete in every particular.
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED,
Lime, Plaster, Cement and Fire Clay,
Sols -A.grnts for
Valenllne & Co., N. Y., Colors and Varn'h's; O'Prltn &i Sors' Carrfaet
Ho'felPs N. J. Leather; H. H. BabcocU Co., N. Y., BiiRglesi Alias Pipe Wr.nch Co
N. Y. and S. F.
Pacific Vehicles Supply Co.,
r1 iv j
KH - - re
prices, terms, etc., apply at
8 ix beaters,
Drays. Form Wagons,
Hand 1 rucks.
(Jarfce & luu:i