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TDK EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY
WAEIULa 27, '1000. . ,
E rPMi.G Bulletin.
rnbllDheil livery IUy, oxcopt Sunday,
tt -1U King strrct. Honolulu, 11. I.,
BULLETIN rUIlMSHINa COMPANY.
W. It FAKKINOTON Editor
DANIUL. I.OOAN City Editor
Post Utllco Uox "IS
KllllJAY A.'ltII,27, 1900.
Tho official organ still seeks to make
tho people liollovo that lts-color-llno-in
-polltlca nlghtranro Is something moro
realistic than the aberration of n fac
tional mind surfeited with bigotry.
Certainly tho organ Is doing all It can
to enlist racial antagonism and keep
nllvc the old Issues.
The antagonism of tho clllclal organ
to A. S. Humphreys Is not bo remark
able when considered in the light of
tho war records of tho Olllclal and l'n
official Dclcgato Hartwoll who aspires
to a judgeship. Hartwcll has al
ways been possessed of an uncontrol
lublo doalro to get undor tho bed or
mako hl will every Urns suggestion of
a revolution Is mado.
Tho record of tho Council of State
us Bbown by the final appropriation
bills li one worthy or tho last Legis
lative body of tho defunct Republic.
Members of tho Council accepted the
responsibilities placed upon them In
a manner that gave evidence of regard
for the Interests of tho people through
out tho Islands. Tho record of tho
Executive stnuds out In marked con
trast Tho Htatemcnt of the Bulletin's
Washington correspondent regarding
tho Hucccsd of Col. Llttlo before Con
cress, though not likely to bo voiced
by tho returning government official
and unofficial delegat?s, Is neverthe
less n Htntemrnt of fact. It was Col.
Little, not Hartwell nor Smith nor
Armstrong, who secured tho early date
for tho Houso vote on the Hawaiian
bill. When It comes to remembering
peoplo for what they have done, the
colonel will not bo as nrnr tho foot of
tho list ii9 his friends In the official
rirrlo wouid desire.
Tho expected happens when tho land
owners Interested In the burned dis
tricts begin to quietly agllcle tho ad
visability of allowing building opera
tions to go forward at an early day.
Tho lloard of Health Is In duty bound
to open up theso sections of the town
as promptly as possible. The business
commuullty has suffered heavily and
cannot view the ruins of former enter
prise with Indifference. In order that
tho new construction shall not pro
ceed on tho old street nlles, tho au
thorities will do well to oifsut tho pos
sibility of appeals being mado to tho
courts, by giving business men tho
benefit of conclusions that could bo
reached by a new Chinatown Commission.
people. To what extent th- territorial
taw Is the expression uf tho individual
opinion of administration officials or
national tcglsmtlnn s no: known and
need not lie discussed. Tho law Is the
creation of n majority party Vote and
nu such receives tho supporc of every
Federal officer nnd every Ijynl Repub
lican throughout tho United States.
With the broad minded liberal action
of tho national party lendars mado
manifest, there is every reason why tho
local Republican organization should
recelvo tho support of the majority cf
tho voters of theso Ishnds, citizens
who for tho first tlmo in thilr political
enreer are frco to exercise tho dictates
of a patriotic conscience.
After figuring out that tho Court of
Claims would probably rcqulro five
years to complete tho task for which
It was appointed and would Incur nn
expense for Its operation hardly less
than the amount they would pay as
damages, President Dolo has conclud
ed to suspend Its operations until ho
gets further ndvlco from Washington.
Wo believe that nt present tho Instruc
tions are, ns usual, "rather vague." AH
Instructions seem vaguo to Dolo until
his official superior takes him by tho
napo of tho neck nnd applies tho too
of tho official boot to tho lower cxtrcm
lty of his official spinal column.
The "St. Katherine"
HAS BROUGHT TO TUB
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
Large importations to arrive. ' j
llmvnll Shipping Notcn.
The Manna Loa returned from Maul
nnd Hawaii ports this forenoon. Pur
ser Tuft reports ns follows:
"Fine wentber nt Kona and Knu all
week. Considerable rain In tho moun
tains during the week but nono to
speak of at the mills. II. A. Co. was
turning out about 850 bags n day and
Honunpo nnd Nanlcliu nbout S00 be
"Ilnmokua has had considerable, rain
during the past few days nnd It looked
Hko inln when they telephoned Wed
nesday. "Tho Noeau was nt Honunpo dls
charging her freight and will likely get
away for HIlo with n load of sugar,
Friday evening. April 27. Weather
pretty fair. The Iwalanl was loading
sugar at Kttkiilhaclo and vns to leave
for HIlo Thursday evening, April 2fi.
"Plenty of rain In Kona. The Sur
prise and tJpolu were nt Kaelua when
the .Manna Loa was there. The Nllhaii
will leave for Honolulu Friday, Apill
"Sugar on Hawaii as follow: Pu
miluu, 13,000; Honunpo, 8,800; Hono
Icnn, 2.'.,000; Kukulhaele, 11.000. Total.
Tho enthusiasm with which the cull
for a Republican mass meeting has
been received leaves no question that
tho Republicans nro not only ready for
tho work of organization to go forward,
but every loyal shoulder will bo put
to tho wheel to create the organization
on such liberal Hues that tt vlll meet
tho approval of tho voter... That tho
work will lio promptly taken up by
Republicans of tho other islands may
bo accepted ns a foregone conclusion.
Tho people throughout tho group hnvu
been merely waiting for the word fiom
Washington that tho bill renting Ha
waii an American Territory has become
It Is to bo expected that some citizens
who havo not been intimately acquaint
ed with American partlvj may with
hold fiom taking an active pan at the
outset. Hawaii's politics In the past
followed the dictates of individuals
who assumed supcrioilty over their
fellows. Thus tho facta of the past
place an Important responsibility upon
Let It bo known to every prospective
voter of these Islands that tho Repub
lican party Is greater and moro ,iow
crful than any man or collection of
men forming a minority. Tho Ro
publlcnn party ncccnts no authority
other than tho will of tho majority ns
expressed by nn honest veto in tho pri
maries and tho convention. Tho nU3
of tho majority must, Iioviut, bo ac
cepted by ovcry loyal cltlen giving his
nllcglunco to tho party. Tho Republi
can party Is too narrow to ullow thy
rulo of a faction, too broad to glvo
recognition to nny attempts to draw
class lines or bcllttlo or curtail the
rights of nny American citizen.
The peoplo of Hawaii should remem
ber thnt tho Republican jurtv, not ne
cessarily tho President, nla C.iblnot nor
any slnglo Senator or Congressman,
him elvrn them n Kovernmint
of the people, by tint poophj nnd for the
ScorcH Morning Paper.
During ills argument in the McGcttl
gnn larceny enso In tho l'olleo Court
yesterday afternoon Attorn' y Chllllng
worth'took occasion to seoio tho morn
ing paper on whnt ho characterized as
a rank Injustice to tho defendant be
fore tho Court. Ho accused tho paper
of assuming tho man guilty before his
trial, nnd stated that ha thought it
necessary to comment upon tne system
of publishing the facts In the cases of
peoplo arrested. Such acts In other
countries were punlshnblo as contempt.
Thnt class of yellow Journalism if per
sisted iu by tho morning pupcr might
result Iu the fact being learned that
peoplo under arrest have somo rights.
Judge Wilcox stated that lie had not
read tho article referred to and that
thcreforo It could have no effect what
ever upon him. Attorney Chilling
worth answered thnt ho knew the
Judgo could not be olascd but that ho
could not let tho matter pass by with
out making somo comment upon It.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Fort, Merchant, King and Bethel streets.
MONEY FOR Y0U.ITHE - bok store!
Golden Rule Bazaar
Off for the Const.
The following passengcis nro to lenve
In tho Coptic for San Francisco this
S. W. Wlleox, wlfo and fon, R. N.
Halstcad, wlfo, baby and nurse, Wm.
Haywood, J. i:. lllrd, Mrs. It. I). Wal
bridge, child nnd nuisc. Miss A. 11.
Parke, A. II. Stewart and wife, W. II.
Hoogs, wlfo and two chlldicn, T. R.
Keyworth, wlfo nnd daughter, C. von
Ilnmm, Rev. Urlan C. Roberts, Dr. F.
L. Carpenter, Harvey Iirand, Mrs. M.
J. Dickey, Ceo. C. Potter and C. II.
All tho available, officers' rooms
aboard tho Coptic hnvo been taken by
passengcis whoso names aro Included
in tho nbovo list. As high ns $100
premium was paid for rooms this
morning. Tho scarcity of rooms Is duo
to tho fact that tho Coptic has n very
largo list of through passengers.
Ruin Shows Fhvoim.
Lahalna, April 20. Thero was a
bountiful downpour of rain nt Hulea
kala and Kula districts last Mondnv.
Tho grass Is growing flno now nnd tho
cattlo looking well.
Tho Kaluklnul ranch, ono of tho best
ranches on Mnul, Is thieatcned this
year with n very sovcro drouth, and
thero Is no telling whnt will happen
between now nnd next October, tho
driest month In tho year.
Peoplo from Molokai report plentiful
ruin on that Island this week.
Applicnble to Honolulu.
Who Is thnt, sonny?"
"A stranger? Well, bcavo brick at
Tho Instinct which causes tho major-,
lty of peoplo to regard nowcomcrs moro
or less Iu tho light of interlopers In
not wholly confined to tho Wild West
"dlgglns," whero tho nbovo conversa
tion Is reported to havo occurred. In
all small communities a. "stranger" hni
to contend against a cortnln feeling of
tesentmenf. Lvery act, however well
Intcntloncd, seems to ovoko a feeling
of antagonism from tho old resident.
They regard with suspicion each at
tempt on tho part of tho nllon to tuko a
sharo In local matters, or even to bo
chnrltablo and hospllablo. Now York
Thl will Inl.reit yeu It you are a DcKtnJant of
Any one of Ihndtandi of foirlfrn families whoi
money or tian J aie now in cnanccry,
A crtrplcfe list of prions whotue left money or
ciuics ionic vaiucoi
The ticks of which are now surp"sd to be In the United
Mates rut whose rrescni uneiearouu are unknown,
You many have money, helrkomi, or estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is not surprising ttiat In a rorulatlon o vai
ana among a pei-pie ennuin ng famines wmen can
trace tack their ancestty for cemurUs, that even with
families of no hoe tne ramifications are extraordi
nary, the tics of relatlorshlp often varying from
Peers tn Peasants, though all springing from one
tree. The announcemen that there Is near y $400.
oooDooln money an J estates gnlng a-begging sounds
a lltt'e extravagant but It will not a(ear so extraor
dinary when It Is rr member, d that the amount Is bas
ed unarrgltiered alrhabttlcal list of persons who
hate b-en adv.rilsrd tor all over the world since the
beginning ot the century, In.ludlng ctuncery heirs,
next of kin, and legatees of Persons who have died
Intettate InCireat iiilt.ln, Luiore, Ame.lca and the
llrltlsh colonies. The main sources of unclaimed
monies are: unclaimed dlviden. s on Government
locks: dormant futds In chancery: Army and Navy
I'rue Money, Estates of persons who have died Intes
tate without known next-of-kin; unclaimed dividends
In bankruptcy; ceneral unclaimed dividends and un
claimed bark deposits. We are also prepared to
lurnlsh certificates ol lllrths, Dea hs and Marriages
nd official Ciest or Coat cl Arms of your family
We are the only firm In Arrerlca ro make a special
ty of establishing claims of helrs-at-law and next-ol-kin.
Until claim ha teen settle J.
Lnclose fie a cent Am. rlcan stamps or ten rents In
lher Itr nalllnp, wrirr,nP. ' and we will send
nu a book containing full information FREE.
Write and ste If cu ate acionc the lucky ones.
The Ucii'H At-Law Collection Co.,
iotli aM Chesnut streets. St Louis. Mo.
Perflv.il Adams. At. A. L L. 11. Coumelor-at-
ltw, Urltlsh Counsel forth Con-pany.
SIG FORT STREET.
New Bcols-New Potks!
"For the Freedom tf the Sea" by Brady.
"1 he Story of the Boers" by Montague
'Oom Paul's People by Hlllegas "
"Catt JacWman" by Clark Russell
"The Sign of the Cross"-by Wilson
"Stranger Than Flctlon"-by Albert Ross.
"The Naked Tiuth" by Albert Ros.
"The World's Me'cy"-by author of
"The Silence of Dean Maltland."
"The Maker of Natlons"-by Boothby.
"Foes In Ambush" by Capt. Chas.
"A Fatal Misunderstanding" by Helm
burg. "Two Daughters of One Race" by
"Agatha Webb"-by Anna K. Gnen.
"The Greatest Gift" by Marchmont.
And Hundreds of Other Popular ar.d
Standard Books of the Day.
Good Air. Good View. Goon Health.
A special invl(atlongisexiended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
Boulevard, and in itsetf 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 for material, and the work of
construction, equipping and installation placedin the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting,heating and other purposes,
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 anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of ali the
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information,
the office of
prices, terms, etc., apply
BRUCE WARING & CO.
BY LAST STEAMER
FRESH FROM THE
FACTORY . .
NEW 1900 B. G. 1.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
You can always find an Interesting book
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
Teimple of EaslilorL.
816 FORT STREET.
Closed March 13th,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of j
STOCK TAKING f
Pacific Cyclci MTg Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
CHAS. D. WALKER,
DoilKner anil IJullilerof
Is coinlne. Cupid calls It coo J and beautiful
No article of we ir partakes of so many '
patterns and makes as does neckwear.
When you see the new the old that you
thought beautiful grows stale. We have
just received our new sp.lng stock and If
you don't say hat they a e swell when
you see them we will qu t Importing.
wc fliic rsui exactly selling our
goods at auction, but we are doing tiie
next best thing by selling them at greatly
reduced prices. It Is not our habit to carry
goods over from one season to another,
so we must sell our remnants of sizes at
once, and at sucli prices that you will
Save money by buying ot us. These
goods must sell even If we Incur a war In
doln so. Boys' and Men's Clothing,
Underwejr and Men's Furnishings. We
mean business. Call ind have a look. f
Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons,
Drays, Farm Wagons,
Everything New and Up-io-Date.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
Harness, Saflflleiy, gutIiei Harness Material
Blacksmiths' and Horseshoers' Mntprl.il
tt AND EVERYTHING IN OUR LINP.
I1. 0. Itox t.
o-i i Hotel
street and cor.
Telephone 67 and 96,
P. O. Box 558,
Island Trade Solicited.
Write to us before sending to the Coast, and savejtime and troublf .
Our stock is complete in every particular.
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED,
Lime, Plaster, Cement and Fire Clay.
Sol -A.grerrts for
3.. N. Y., Colors and Varnishes; O'Brien & Son' rpi...
; H. II. lUcock Co., N. Y Uu'ggle,, KpjwSS &!!
Valentine & Co
Howell's N. J. Leather
N. Y. and S. F.
Pacific Vehicles Supply Co.,