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THE EVKNING liULLETINJTflONOIiUlIUrrH.'lr.-aATUllUA TAri.u-nt-
it 33 Queen Street
ttouseliold - Furniture
On TUESDAY, April
AT io O'CLOCK A. M.
At the pr nues, School St., near the
bridge, I wilt sell at I'urlic AuctLn tl e
entile howehuld fiirnlur.-, consisting In
Handsorre bird's ee m.iple chair and
wrltitRiJtsk.il ndaome antique oikfdd
Irgbed with large mirror, hair mattresses,
hardvime port eres tie carpets handome
n Irro'j, shaving stat d, Iron beds bur-ais,
washst-rds, chalr, crcckerv, ghssware,
sltve, kitchen uttn-d's, Ice box, hose,
canary birds and two tine Cleveland
wlee'i nearly new and In first clas con
JAb. F. MORGAN,
Household - Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, April 2 S,
AT io O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of T R. Key worth on
Hackfeld s'leet. cetu een Green street and
Srercer Avr.. rear of residence of Mr.
Hid feld, I will sell at Publlo Auction the
erti ibeiiuid Hit ill lire consisting In
ii.,ij mahncany chairs, black walrut
chairs, water colo-s, brass clock, cuckoo
cockuiih wrigli s and chains, crdar lined
r'ress c uch and chiffonier, eight piece
satin wooJ bedroom ser, handsome bras
ledstead, hilr mat reuses, oak dirlng
table and chairs, side board. Ice box. meat
safe stove, heavy plated silver ware, fine
dishes, cut gltssware, kitchen utensils,
Vlictx& Glbbs Automatic Sewing Ma
cVtttr. tpcvv titer, and a gentleman's
You will find it at the coiner
tf Hotel ami Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
5 ports and Race Horse Men.
A Is 0. 1 Liquors a specialty
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS ot
Seattle bser kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA
Green Rier and Old Govern
aTuiu Whiikies and the verv
best rif eervi inner els1.
A limited Number of Pu,lls will e re
celvvd for Instructions In Cake-Walking
and Jig Dancing. Apply at Orphcum
Ittx OflVe nr -"dilress Mes-rs. Hea'dc and
Chenault, P, O. Box ao, istz-im
AH persons lal-sr ch'm: n.Mlit ll.e
Orpheum Co, ltd., will please present
the same Immedla'e'.y to the undersigned
at his office.
H. M. von HOLT,
, i Treasurer.
Honolulu, April 21, iooo, I5i2-2t
Tho Kvenlng Qullotlu, 75 contB per
10 Fresh California Milch Cows
White 0 Brown Leghorn Chickens
Plymouth Rocks and Black Spanish.
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
"". P.TOE President. "W. S. WITPHHilS, Manager. 7
taw.t'.f. i tttt column utltbt tnuruJ at ittnu
19 alimfint innrltott; to centi itconJ taut
ttoni jo ttntt a tuuk nS c a ttuti a montb. Ibtiitibi
cbtaptitaJtTtinnftttefftrtd tbtptoplt of Honolulu,
FORT blR bT bMPLUYrtENT
AGENCY, 434 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller Hours: o to 12?. m.,
2 to 9 p. m.
We can surfty the lollolnp servant WHITE
LAIU)KLUi. Lncincr j. Lumber Wntktrs a,
loachnwn t, Office Hens 4, Driver 4 Painter r.
Cnoks 4 Cabinet Maker 1 General Workers to
CIIINI.SL". I Irst Cook I. SeconJ Conks, SitwarJs
L, Stal'temena, YarJmen 4 JAI'ANbSL. Common
aN,rers?v, Carpenters 6. Drasmen 0, Drivers).
Stable Iio J, Central llouseworkers 4. Cooks 6.
Painter 1, SlewarJs 1 Walters a. Washerwomen 4,
YarJNv 6. Women Servants i-POKTUGULSK
AND HAWAIIAN'S Carpenters , Painters .
Piper Hangers a, YarJmen. Drhcrs 19. deneral
Workers 10 Office H.mi. u8i-im
VAANT' D-YOI'NO LADIbS to work In More.
W Apply NewnKUnJakry,s..-a. .
AJJrtss wl h references K Uul cttn office.
VOUNCi ATIOHNCY. cool reference. Je.lrrs a
' loom In repectiblelamil Arrets L thlsolfice
WANTLD Fvcrvone to know that the new CLUD
MIaViNO I'AKLUrtS will op n AUy 1st a'
iui Kin,; street n xt to W W D mna i,o,-tf
WANILD-N. F UUKCbbS dots all kinds ot
small repairing. Ljwn Movers anJ CarJen
Mote, arc specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
eJ for, by ringing up s. Also a few for rent
IVnafnla street l.46tf
WNTt-D Mcnlo know that they can pet shake,)
" by a white barMr tcr i! tents at ri. jci-r-a,
6tftli fort Mreet. opp Club Stables
TO I FT.
TO IIT-A UO J W TO LET mauka Lmma
Sauare. Arrh on nemlses. Mrs. I". J. Wal
TO ILT ririt-class I) arJ and Rooms at the
I Aloha House on Tort street 1537-011
TO LET-A COTTAGE TO KLNT at the Aloha
lloute on Tort strett.
TO LET Two Nlcilv Furnished Rooms
' location, everv (onvcnleice. Hint reasonable
Apply at J. K-inera s Groiery 457 Ueretanla st.
TO LbT The resljenco of John Ena at Walklkl.
furnlshid or unfurnished. Large ard and
house, barn and stables To lit as a whole or In
part For further particulars, apply to JOHN ENA
at I I. S N. Co.'s office, Queen street. 1464-11
COI SALE ONE SET FOWLIH STEAM
LOW now lure and ready for dtllvery. Tor
reticulars apply to
C BUEWER & CO.. LTD,
Several nice LOTS at Ka-
.m . :... c . emr t
ilhl Maiine View fiOIll 5?00 tO
$1000. Half Cash.
L C. ABLES,
Real Estate Agent.
GOOD AtGMJOriA COIID WOOD. In r
cord, JilKeieJ Telephone I7. K. Llihman.
COH SALb-CHOICE PROPCMTIbS at a lUr
r ea'n Lot with a houses on Wilder Ave., Sajoo;
lot In Kewalo about 14, im e fret, $1,00; lot
with 4 houses, Income $40 per month, $3000, aas'ory
house and lot O'i Wilder Ave. Injo, aK acres ode, se
land, lower Nuuanu val ey, with a rou and about
ai.noo tlants nt different flower. $1500; e lots Ke
walo (Queen St) $u: 1 Inl Kewa'o tQueen St.)
Sijoo- rsldncc l"t Punchbowl slope. $1600, (
acre Patama near King St $3500. Apply to J M,
VIVAS. I'ostofii.e lane. I499f
PR SALE 14500 Lease of -story business
property on Fort street a4 ears to run. Ground
Rent $3o per annum. barirafn. Apply to
an6 Merrhant street.
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGEt. on Youok St ,
I opposite L, II. Dee, Esq Inquire of G. E.
FOR SALE-Itcoii. LOT In test rortlcn of Kallhl
No. tio Fort slrceu
FOR SALE Jijjo. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
slie TStijo. Apply to
No. 310 Fort sircet,
R SAL LANDS IN AIL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M.VlVAS 1181
FOUND Number KbV. evld ntly dropped trrm
a tine near corner of iter tinla and I urt streets.
Owner can hise same by calllne at this utmcand
paying adv. rllserrent 1504
Nl .FL JACKSON has opcnd aCLEMNGAND
RLPAUING SHOP at the co nir ut Nuuanu
and Kukvi streets G-nn suit , Ladles Black Skns
and Pan,m Hits a sp-l.lttf A" w.ts finrnred
RUDOLPH DUNCAN slates tint he is slut in the
ruck and canli business althoush he has sold Ills
Interest In the ballast liusimst.
Ollic. Iltlhtl slreet In 11 R Hitchcock's law
HUDDY'S Cental Parlors are tow open.
McBryde Sugar Co , Ltd.
SEVEN m ASSESSMENT.
Notice Is herebv given that the Seventh
Assessmei t of ten (io) per cent (J 2,co per
share) levied on the assessable stock of
MCUKYUb SUOAK L.U.. LIU., IS
, due on May ist, toco, and will be delin
qucni un may ijtu, n;oc. oiucKiiuiucis
will phase make prompt payment at the
office of Theo. H. Dayles & Co., L d
By order of the Directors.
THOS. RAIN WALKER,
Treas. McBryde Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Arril :cth, iqto, i 51 itJ
Weather llurcnu, Punahou, April 21.
Temperature Morning mlnimuiii,
G7; Midday maximum, 79.
nitrometer at 9 a. m. 30.02. Steady.
Dew Point C3F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 70 j?cr cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
21 Weather cloudy; wind fresh NE.
Friday, April 20.
Ant. hk. M. P. Ornec, Grant, 81 days
from Sydney with 2,970 tons coal to
Unckfcld & Co.
Ktntr. Mnkolll, Napnla, from Molo
knl. Snturdity, April 21.
Am. likt. J. M. Orllllth, Aicy, front
Port Townsend Mar. 21; 711,000 tt.
lumber, 150,000 bills shingles and 70,
Stmr. Kiniihou, Jloshcr, from Honu-
tnnnlii! SO If) lines Kilc-.'ir tn II. Ilnckfeld
Lo- Thompson, from
pons; CO.O bags sugar.
iuh hl'jii. ouiinine, luwiisi'iiu, iium
Friday, Apill 20.
Schr. Millie Morris, for Oaliu ports.
Sclir. Mol Wit hi no, for Hawaii.
Am. p. Dashing Vno, Lancaster,
for tlio Sound.
Stmr. Mlkalmla, Pcderfacii, for Knunl.
Stmr. Wnlalcalc, Moslicr, for Knunl.
From Hnnnmnulu, per Rtmr. Keatt
hem, Apr. 21 W. Schrciber nnd son's,
Dr. Peterson nntl two on deck .
YOUNG HEN ENTER THE MUNICIPAL
(Continued from pagu 1.)
Hut our party nrganzatlons nro nev
er cducatlvo forces. They tun with tlu-
tldo of popular sentiment; they never
pituso to ask tho question, "Is it
light?" Lcnilcra of tho patty machine
never tnkc up nn Issue, unless t bo
th Ink they ran win n mnjorlly llirougli
Biich Issue. Tliey do not follow I lent; y
Clay's principle: "I would rather l)3
right thnn bo President." Tho ofllce3
nro the objective point of party nctlv-
Ity. In Great Britain, its well as In our
own nation, great political rcforma
Imn resulted from tho campaigns of
education, In which club's, Independent
or party organizations, have conditctrtl
at different periods.
I believe howovor, that, hcio nnd In
this our formatlvo period, these chilis
In ortlcr to bo most effective, should lie
partisan organizations. I have never
been a hide-bound, lcnucltlc-closo par
tisan; hut tho result of my cxperlcmv
Is, that non-partisan organizations are
sltort-llved nnd Ineffective, They inr
spasmodic nntl Iconoclastic', unn-insti-tutlonnl
nntl constructive. In times of
grrnt public excitement, arising tint of
some extraordinary official mnlfraa-
nnce, borne reckless abuse of power, or
bhameless corruption; and when nil (he
large party orgnnlz.ttlont blindly mis
calculate or Ignoro public ucntlmciir
ni'ii-partlsan movements succeed for j
time, ns In tho election of Mayor
Strong. In New York, nnd Mayor
Sclilercn, In Brooklyn. Hut even In
New lnglnml towns where tho highest
percentage of Intelligent and Indepen
dent character Is found nmong tho elec
torate. It Is lmposslblo to curry nt non
partisan municipal orgnnlntloin. It
may bo a perfectly correct Ideal way
of managing the nffalrs of a city; hut
nowhere In nny American cities has It
over succeeded, because its Washing
ton says, the party spirit unfnrruntitol.v
Is Inseparable from our nature .
At certain eventful petlnds H muni
cipalities, citizens organize unu-iiatll
sail clubs, because they feel thnt their
parties have fallen under tho tonliti'
of eoiiupt leaders. Hut they Imvt
themselves to hlarno for tin degnnor
acy of their partv organisations. Tltev
mil itcnlnst tlio "Hoss;" hut ihy air
too blind to sen thnt ho Is tbo creature
of their own Inactivity. Htcrywlioio
under our form of government, thcro l
piovhlcd tlio local meeting for Mir
election of delegate-) to nonilmultu'
conventions, or tho primary "locllnp
nt vhlch cltlPiin vote direct fur fir
IietHons whom tliey wish to ropvpRp'i'
them, either in nomlnnling touven
tlnns, or on pirtv tlclcota. If, Inste.it'
of remaining nt home, nnd leaving the
Mold to thn "Doss," men of eharacto''
nnd Intelligence would go Into tlich
neltrhborhood meetings, or nttend thel
prlmnrles, they would mnUo thoniSQlvu'
felt; they would elect ns dnlntrutci tc
nominating conventions rollnblo nnd
uattlotlc men; they would nom;,ritr
for offices men whoso character nnd
capacity would stand ns n nuarnnteo
t lint the government would bo huueit
ly administered. Tor after nil, what
Popo says is truo:
"For forms rf govornment let fools
What's best ndmlulstcicd Is best."
If ono half tho energy nnd wisdom
which was used In tho effoit to elect
Soth Low, had been oxpondod within
tho patty, tho probabilities nro tbn
that master of municipal sclenco would
now bo Mayor of Greater New Yorl;.
Clulm Ah AIcIb.
Instead of making Independent nomi
nations, municipal leagues can aid
party organizations by agitating thosu
social and economic questions, upon
which pooplo must bo educated, before
they can bo mado political Issuoi. I Jut
nn objection may bo raised norc, that
thcro nro no political questions that
enter Into tho government of a muni
cipality. 11 la a common thing ,.0 hoar
men say, that tho municipal corpora
tion Is a more business concorn, requir
ing good business men for Its manage
ment. Whllo all men ngreo, that tho
aifalrs of a municipality should bo
managed on business principles, yet
It must bo admitted that thoru nro
many municipal questions causing
ivide illfTciences of opinion, upon wlilcti
It is ncccnury to educate tho olector
ttc. Among them ato such questions
ns theso: Limited, or unlimited public
franchises; municipal owncrsblu nntl
control of nlrcct railways; stteot clcn
Ing; street lighting; removal of g-u-bagc;
stertlUnUon of mill: ns u ban!
tnry precaution; material for stnltury
sticctH and pavements; llllrntlon ot
water; tho llecnbJng of dopattmeut
stores; prohibition of liquor traffic;
high license., or local option. Such
questions can well bo ngllatcd by eltibt
outside, of putty organizations, nnd by
educntlng tho people upon them, theso
clubs prepare tho way for tho Introduc
tion of such questions Into tho parly
Rouse Young Men.
In many other ways can iniinlclptl
-IiiIih aid paity organizations. As lor
wimple, In compelling ofllccis after
.heir election to tin their whole duty,
proceeding lu tho courts ngalnat them
in the event of corruption or in Hie
event of nny revolutionary action,
either In tho oxcrclsc ot official nowor,
or in tho expenditure of public moneys.
Theso leagues througn tho press, by
public mcot!ng3, und In othor ways
can help materially to secure the
nomination of good men for public
olflce. nnd nfter their nomination, they
"nn aid the party organizations In vn
r.ous ways to elect them. Hut more
than nil, nnd nbovo all, theso leugus
can aid patty organizations by mous
ing tho young men to activity; and (his
loung Men's Research Club can lend
tho movement. These clubs can be
111(0 so ninny training nchoola, fiom
which young men can graduate Into
larty Icidsrshlp and maiutgumcnt.
Phis Is tlio lioynoto to party success.
Koiyslieio those political org.iiil.M
tions nro htrong, whoso young men
keep on (ho firing line. Aloxiudtr, the
onqueror ot tho world, led 11:1 tnvlii
"lble army. Ills standard was ioinc
from t-onquest to conquest by tho best
soldiery of tbo'nge. Tho explanation
if their prowess nnd success 11cm In tho
fnct, that wives mado tho lent their
home, boie children lo tbelr Ltddlct
husbands, ,tud teurod them In the midst
J war. limn and bred warriors, they
tool: to fighting llko ducks to water
mil placed a wriuth of immortality up
on tho brow ot their chieftain. A
healthy nnd liopottil sign always ap
ical s in tho political sky, when young
men, even before nttulnlng their ma
jority, take an sictlvo intoruU lit pub
ic nfTnlix, dovoto a, reasonable) part of
'heir tlmo nnd energy to nubile duty,
mil actively htrlvo to promote the best
measures and to olect to nfllee the best
Cannot Ijjuoi'e Purty.
It Is a mistake, gentlemen, to think
,vn can Ignore politics or party lu (be
iinmigcnicut of cither our municipal or
territorial nffalrs. Let us not forgot
Mint fioin now on, wo shall cuter upon
'jur eareer towards Statehood, Ou:- en
'rnncc Into tlio sisterhood of Statos
n-lil depend upon our gdowth In poll
leal philosophy, political science, and
wlltlenl management; It will depend
ipon our ability to conduct huncut nnd
-Iflclent territorial nnd municipal gov
ernments upon broad gaugo principles
Rcmfmboilug this, every citizen will
io a ti no patriot, who does his whole
Inly towaids establishing hero what
hat typical Atnetlcnn called, "a gov
ernment ot tho people, for tho people,
uul y tho people."
There has this day been fnrrred a co
partnership between 1:. 1. ChurJi and J.
T. War en, both of Honolulu, Island of
Oaliu, H .wallnn N!and, for the deallnp
in Photographic Supplies, Photographl.
Books, Photographic Developing, Print
ng, t-iloring itc, at 420 Fort streMi
said Hon) uu, under die firm nan e and
style of "THE HONOLULU PHOTO
F. J. CHURCH,
J. T. WAIsR N.
Dated, Honolulu, April 21, tooe.
CHAS. D. "WALKER,
Designer mul llullder of
WORKS, 002 KINO ST.
P.O. Boxt). Tut.7o
fc4 nif -aaG. H.HI- "
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby Riven, that the animals
drrnhi"d tVliiu. Uave lvrs ImrsnnmfoH In
the Government PounJ at Maklkl. Kona.'THURSnAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
island oi ualiu, and unless the pound fees S
and damages are sooner satisfied, will De
Hi.u Mu.ttuvj Ulb 9VUItbl OSIIICU, Will u
sold at the date hereunder named, accord'
ing to law :
April is, toco 1 jack, undescrlbable
April tfJ, 1000 t sorrel mare, brande-d
K on the right hind leg, white stroke
Irom forehead to nostrils, right hind le
April 16, 1900 t sorrel mare, branded
Jl on the right hind leg, bruised back and
white stroke on the forehead.
Aorll 16. loco I env lmre. hr.imir!
KWPonthe right liir.d leg. sore b.ck,
forehead white to nostril and four lee
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se 1
them at public auction on Saturday, May
S, 1000, at 12 m., If not called for before
mat uate, K. KbKUbNb,
WILL H. CltAWPnim linrn,n.,l
Ills former position in The Hawaiian Chi
nese News Co. He Is authorlztd to coh
I'd fo s-tld firm.
THE HAWAIIAN CHINESE NEWS CO
5'i-3t Chang Kim, Manager.
jT-51 U i ' svslsiFjs73ssv-cssiJ3s?sifc3swJJ?sw u-ssw
HOSE Dolphin $ ply, satisfaction guaranteed.
HUDSON HOSE MENDERS, nothing better
to use to repair an old hose and keep if in commission
a few months longer.
COMET LAWN SPRINKLERS throw water
all over your yard and your neighbors too.
ISOBRA LAWN SPRINKLERS throw lots of
water and are cheaper.
WILGUS LAWN SPRINKLERS, nothing to
revolve, throw plenty water and only cojt you 75c.
Above goods just received per "CZARINA."
I E. 0.
IMiAt lU Jtlllll iXJU, JMIIg iircuv.
Pacific Import Co.
APRIL THE 23RD,
We will place on sale 5C0 Patterns of
Scarborra Lawns, Corded,
Guaranteed Fast Colors, at i&rZc& u yard.
All the Very Latest
O 1 sale Monday, Tuesday and
PACIFIC IMPORT GO
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
Ro-Engagemcnt ol ,
COLOR bD MINSTRELS
An Emiheiy Ntw Program I ''
New sctKtBY and Errrrcs
Round the World in 80
GRAND FIRST PART.
"IN THE TRENCHES."
A Reillstlc Military Actl Songs and, "
Choruses! Drill of the Colored
STANLEY AND SHAFER.
I., Novel Trjpeze Wurlt.
ERNEST HOON AND JACKSON
1 he cavorites
MURIEL RINGOOI D AND MASTER
Champion Dancers, in nn Orlg nal Sketch
Ernest Hogan Stage Director
& SON, Ltd, W
Wednesday, at 5c uer yard.
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JfcaA J. Vjf .. .
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