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Till EVENING UUI.LKTIN: HONOLULU, II. 'fiSA'TU. DAV, Al'llll
J -AS, 1UUU.
(A. I- a Atkinson mid A. F. Jmtd, Jr.)
AThliNbUN a. JUDD,
Com s "n- ux Law.
Otllcc otrr Hhtnuii a. Co.'h Bank, cor.
Kaatmiiiunii nnil Merchant Streets.
X. jMlcOdM'ti riTliWAUT,
Oiiu',llor nl Ltiw.
Progress Block opposlto CathoUc
Church, Tort Street, Honolulu, H, I.
R. D. S1LL1MAN.
30S Juda Building. Tclcpliono 213
CHARLES F. mEKSUll-
attorney at Law and
J. M. KAMiAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Omcc: In tho Occlilcntnl Hotel,
corner of King ami Ataltca Streets,
W. C Achl. Enoch Johnson.
Attornoys and Oonnsolors
OUlco No. 10 West King Street.
Y. M. B ROOKS.
Attorney at Law
Spreckols Building, Tort Street.
S. A. MOTT-SM1TH,
HAS MOVED TO THE JU1)U
ULOCK, FORT STREET.
Surgeons, Physicians M Dentists.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
G. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
D .KIM TIS i H
Love Building, Fort Street,
Hours; 8 to I. Telephone 431.
Dr. W. J. Galbraiih.
Tractlce llmlteil to Surgery and
Ofllco and nesldence: Hawaiian
ap. VA lEh MUFJ-toANN.
BERETANIA STREET, (opposlto tho
Telephone CIO. P. 0. Box C01.
OlDce hours, S to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
p. rn.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. n.
DrTr. 1. MOORE,
Office; !10 Hotel Street.
Ofllco Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to I.
OH."" G0R10N HO GINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, OEDOE
COTTAGE, corner Hotel and Richards
Streets. Olllco hours: 9 to 11; 2 to 4;
7 to 8. Telephone 953.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
School Street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9 to 10 n. rn., 2 to 1 p. in.
7 to 8 p. in.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
FREE TREATMENT to tho Poor of
For information as to enrda of ad
mission and to tho service, etc., etc.,
apply at the
Third Floor, Prom ess Block.
Subscriptions may bo left with J. F.
Hackfeld, L. C. Abies or Dr. Slossctt.
We have received from Edison's factory
m Electric Lamp for bed-room use whlcn
Is going to prove Invaluable. By means
of a regulating screw the light can be
changed from a dull red rIow to full 16
' airfle pov". When retiring the lamp
ran be so turned down as to burn all night
at little cost, and by means of the screw
can Instantly turned on full power.
It will be found a great convenient. In tbi
1 room or the nursery.
Price $1.25 each.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
rtntc, delicious, Mrrmiors.
HilttR DM9 & CO LTO.
Er.lr.tCco. 1 3lb.Ua..
!tlr's ChorotaU (Q&tweUnl. 13 1U. cl...
fl-rmiin BvhI CbocoUt, 1.1 lb. rtVn.
ro. i.li .v LiAoiNa onooiMt.
Walter Dakar Co. ltd.
Dorchester, Mass., U. S. A.
QUESTION POR IJNGINEURS.
Editor Evening Dullctlu: As a
friend of mine of nn Inventive turn of
mind is ocmplctlng Funic drawings
for n patent (ho has now a caveat) nnd
submitted the name to mo for consider
ation 1 have come to the conclusion to
lcac the discussion nnd decision rath
er to some more learned mechanical
and hydraulic euglnccis, renders of
your highly esteemed paper, from
waom I hope to learn of nn answer In
your scientific column.
In connection with his work Mr A,
has a large shaft about 25 feet square
nnd 100 feet deep, filled with water,
and Intends to sink to tho bottom of
this shaft, nn Iron tank full of. air,
about 15 feet high nnd 10 feet wldo In
every uuectlou, with nn Inlet on top
of a 4-lnch pipe, running a stream of
water Into the tank and nn outlet for
a 4'incli pipe running down about
5 feet Into tho wntcr of tho Bhaft with
no other possible outlet, while the
wholo tank rests on n trestle work,
about 8 feet hlgn. Now Mr. . believes
thnt the water coming In naturally
from tho bottom through this 1-lnch
pipe Into the tank could be kept down
to about 3 or 4 feet In tho tank con
sidering tho heavy water pressure from
above and tho compressed nlr In tho
tank. "Wouldn't tho water coming In
from nbovo and below finally unlto nnd
till the tank completely In spite of wa
ter pressure and air pressure or rather
wouldn't tho wntcr lose Its power of
pressure?" If there wero no Inlet
through the top of the tank the water
could not come In through the bottom
pipe, ho reasons well, that is true, as
anyono can experiment with a common
bottle nnd to cqunllzo matters Mr. A.
hermetically covers that inlet, until
used under water, thinking that in that
way the compressed nlr contulned In
tho tnnk will keep tho water out from
the bottom nnd nt the samo tlmo tho
pressuro from above will keep tho nlr
In tho tnnk. I should bo highly pleas
ed to hear anything contrary to my
opinion, thus assisting my friend.
Trusting that you kindly will give the
abovo space, I remain very respect
fully, INTERESTED READER.
Honolulu, April 22, 1900.
Ne.v York Democfn'o Pcrin'c.
Now York, April 17. Tho Democra
tic Stnto Convention will meet nt the
Hoffman House Friday for the purpose
of calling tho Democratic convention to
name delegates to the national con
vention, which will meet at Knn.us
City July 1th. Tho Impression prevails
that the Stato convention will ho held
In Albany some time during tho latter
part of next month or early lit Juno.
Thero Is, however, some talk of tho
convention being held either In this
city or Syracuse.
There scents to be no doubt that ox
Uulted Stntcs Senators David II. Hill
and Edward Murphy will go to ho
convention. It Is said that If Richard
Croker returns from Europe in time ho
will bo selected nnd that the KIiv-ji
county repiesentntlvo will he any man
named by Hugh McLaughlin.
It Iti. Ueu Medietas lor
flHCMI A. POORNESS fiFBinm
31 . LOSS OF COLOUR.
vj we iaainx rnyuciu
o( .11 Couiltrtr.
Ha mtilhir rtli w Smtt
Don mot CJ.iilifa..
dm mcl bltcm III Tt
Boon t tlngi back
to.r r I.oa uw. .Intra td fattirr unit. luo. of tW
Oram, irtlcl. told w .11 Ch.nlui mil llra:Ut.
Whrleul.i iio. Rur Lifmeue. I'ami.
JJAfl. F. MORGAN,
MiBbN 41 ttonolvl'J Sloik Eitbtn.
T.l'Pbon. .. O Rii tg.
112 IIotiu, HrnKKT.
KAPA, CALABASHES, MSIH, NA
TIVE HATS. HULA SKIRTS. NIIHAU
MATS, FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Utn
HOMEMADE POI. coiutnntly on hand,
CAB J BILL SURE TO PASS
Bulletin's Cormpotdent Fully Reviews
Lick lo Ihvall ImpiMive L'tc Tfctctifcb
to Manila Hay Ga by Way ot
' Alalia- hitise Fnuialle.
Washington, 1). C, April 13.-The
Scuntu has lccoauiod the f'li-t lli.it .1
cnhle from San lvnntin'o to Hn i 1
Is one of tho vital necessities if both
commerce and g.iveriiinc.it, nnd lim
properly and pnimptlv imn -1 ilif "Ml
piovldlng for Men ,i cable
The bill recites thn t') the end of is
tnbllshlng hereafter, whenever deni
able, telegraphic communication be
tween the tinted States and llii I'nll
Ipplne Islands nnd Japan there snail io
constructed, under tho supervision cf
the Secretary of the Navy, a submar
ine telegraphic cablo from tho city
of San 1-iancisco to tho illy ot Hono
lulu. Thnt tho Secretary of tuo Navy
Is nuthorlzod to cause surviyij and
soundings to be mado lo dHteimino ilio
most piactlcablo routo for siuMi lable,
and to obtain, by conce-jsloii. lease or
purchase, such lauds and rights as may
bo necessnry for establishment ol prop
er terminal stations, and for Mie light
of way on the l'nclllc Coast or upon
any of the Islands touched by tho in
hie. That If It shall appear that the
work of laying such cable win he ex
peditiously, conveniently nnd economi
cally pcrfoimed by vessels of tho Navy,
their employment for such punioso Is
By the provisions of the Act the Sec
retary of tho Navy Is authorized Im
mediately upon Its passage to enter
Into tho necessary contracts to bavo
constructed and equipped the said line
of cable.'' All of tho cable, wires, In
struments, appliances and appurten
ances necissary In tho work nio to be
of American mauufnctuie, provided.
however, they can he proem od at n
cost not exceeding 12 per cent above
what they can be procured for In for
When completed tho cable shall be
transferred to tho Postmaster (leneral.
who shall establish rates of toll, anil
who shall provide for tho transmission
of messages to tho newspapers of the
United States at a suitable I eduction
from the rates established for ordinary
private messages. The Postmaster Gen
eral shall establish a fund to ho known
ns the "Pacific cable fund" Into which
all receipts derived from the revenues:
of tho cubic shall bo deposited, and tho
net proceeds over and above operating
expenses shall bo paid Into tho Treas
ury of the United States.
That for the purposes of carrying the
Act Into effect the sum of $3,000,000
The passugo of tho bill by tho Sen
ate has been approved generally and
emphatically by tho press of thu coun
try nnil tho universal sentiment ex
pressed hero Is that the House fhould
take speedy action upon tho measure.
It Is believed this will bo done and that
tho clobc of the session will witness
the enactment Into law of tho measure.
It Is hcltcvcd also that It Is wUo nt
the present time to restrict tho comple
tion of the cable to Hawaii. Thero Is
setlous doubt ns to the best route for a
line to the Philippine-!, tho contention
being made that a lino can bo con
structed by way of Alaska for less
money than by extension from Ha
waii. But It Is legarded as an lmpe.w
tlvc and Immediate proposition that
tho line from San Francisco to Hon
1 ii tit bo constructed nt once nnd that
this will he done may bo confidently
JOHN A. 11RECKONS.
CIlllPClllll Cries ' M- ' .
London, April Hi. Winston Church
Ill telegraphs to the Morning Po3t
from Blocmfonteln, under Saturday's
date, reltcuitlng his opinion that tho
war Is bound to prove nn expensive
business. Ho says: "Two hundred
nnd fifty thousand men will bo needed
before tho end Is attained. The ques
tion of remounts will contlnuo one of
vital Importance. Great numbers iwo
now nnlvlng, hut, owing to the fact
that they hnvo to bo put to work before
tlmo Is given them to recover from tho
effects of tho voyage, their condition Is
low nnd tho death rate among them
"Thousands, therefore, will he want
ed In addition to thoso now lino or
on tho way and great testing depots
must bo foimcd, together with an am
ple staff to nurho and exercise thein.
If that Is done, then, about four or ftvo
months hence, jou will ho ublo to glvo
jour cavalry a new lease of life and
Coxey Ili'own nnil Dewey.
KausnR City, April IS. Carl Brown,
of Coxey Auny fame, was Invited to ad
dress the nioinlng session of thu mass
convention of Mlddle-of-tho-Road Pop
ulists today anil created consternation
among tho adherents of Wharton Dark
er of Pennsylvania when ho btrongly
advocated Admiral Dewey as head of
tho Populist national ticket. "Baikcr,"
declared Brown, lu his characteristic
manlier, In up against tho lion wall of
conditions nnd defeat for him Is In
evitable. The head of thu ticket should
bo tho popular Idol of tho pcoplo, Ad
miral Georgo Duwey with Wharton
Barker or Ignatius D.miiclly for vlco
Thero wns n show of slopping tho
speaker as ho uttered theso remarks,
but Brown was permitted to continue.
TO CURE A COLD JN ONE DAY.
Take Iixntlvo Ilromo Qiiluluo Tablet;,
All driigglutu rotund tho money l( It
fulls to euro, 13, W, drove's vlgunturo
In on each bnx, SS cents,
FUR SA1UHDAY SADNESS
Too hail If tho rats can't ho exteunl'
tinted ns noon ns thu qiintnutlno Is tcr
Mr. Bryan complains thnt tho Itonub
llean parly "puts tho doiinr heioro tho
iiinii." Tho man piobabiy wants tlii
dollar before hliu where ho can get It,
puivlded It he an honest dollar of'u
General Milts from tho Army, Ad
miral Dewey from the Navy nnd Col
onel Biy -n from tho Mllllln nro out fur
the Democratic presidential nomina
tion, The Militia lias most votes, so
Bryan needn't worry on that score,
it's after the convention ho'll have lo
Yes, It Is a cruel war. Yet If Bilt
tanla desist or fall, moro cruel wars
will result to tho world's end. A year
of these sacrifices nf blood and trennuro
would bo cheat) for tho purchase of a
century's peace nnd progress In Africa.
They are Just claims, those from the
Chinatown (lrrs just claims nnd noth
ing moro, until tho treasury como un
der control of those who will recognize
tho clnlmu ns worthy of nt least Investi
gation. To abolish the causo of the quaran
tine, happily nrnilng Its end, tho Bourd
of Health bad the treasury under its
hand, tho pcoplo nt Us bark nnd no
laws Intoifcrlng with tho most drastic
mcasurca. Now If It cannot comploto
the putting of the city Into good sani
tary condition and keep It no, the new
I.eglslnturo will have to tnko the wliol
mutter lu band to savo the city, for
good and nil, from tho recurrence of
any occcaslon for placing nn embargo
on Hawaii's life and commerce. "San
itation" idiould appear In capital let
tcis In every political platform nt tin
opening of tho new regime.
When the Improvement leagues hae
made Honolulu the finest city under
tho ling, and the territorial legislature
provided tho finest house, upon the
finest site. In the finest city, rent free
for tho Governor tlion to bo (lovornoi
of Hawaii will vie with being "light,''
ns tho honorablo alternative of being
President, In tho loftiest nmbltlntm of
United States statesmen.
Between Boards, NousIiojh Ex
change. Jose Hullo, Billy, how'd yer
como out In that 7-11 game?
Billy Aw, shut up. I got rats!
Joso That's right enough, nln't It?
Didn't tho Board o' Health guys pay
yer tho bounty?
Mrs. Dewey protests that sho tried to
dissuade- the Admiral from going after
tho nomination. Sho worKed him right
that way, though, by getting his fight
ing dander up. Sho know there would
be no stopping him then.
Honolulu will never have what can
be truly called good government until
mud and mosquitoes appear ns com
mon nulances In the penal code, nnd
the authorities bo held personally lia
ble under Bovero pains nnd penalties
for allowing them to exist.
Heroaftor the public conscience
ought to ho protected, In view of tho
current plaguo bills, by saying lu sta
tutory provisions for emergency ex
peiidltures that, under such and such
circumstances, "any money In the
treasury may be paid out for noiessary
and other oxpenses." It appears to
ho tho other expenses that havo oc
casloucd all tho prevailing nu.'ilm.i nn
The baud will pluy tho following .so
lections nt n concert in Emma Squaro
this afternoon, beginning at 1:30
March "Ka Leo" Berger
Overturn "Tho Armourer" ..Lortzlug
Guvotto "Arena" Fllego
"Reminiscences of Rossini" ..Godfrey
Waltz "Tho Source" .... Waldtciifcl
Polka "Red and Black" Cooto
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Tho program for Mnkee Island Sun
day afternoon, beginning nt 3 o'clock,
Is as follows:
Overturn "Juanlta" Suppo
Song "Tho Silver Path" Bevan
Nocturne "Espcrnnco" Ashe
Grand Selection "Mlgnon" .. Thomas
Selection "Potpourri" .... Lambulet
Ballad "Adieu Mario" Adams
Gavotte "Intermezzo" Lewis
Overture "Fra Dlavolo" Lewis
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Chli n m ii n Killed.
Yeo King, a house mover, was killed
while attempting to movo a hotiso near
St. Louis college. Yeo King was un
der thu hoitso with Ids men, giving di
rections. Tho Jackscrow near him
gnio way nnd his head was mushed
Into nn tinrccogulzablo maBs between n
heavy beam and a rock. Tho other two
men wero also pinned to tho ground,
each mistulnliig n broken nrin. Pollco
otlleers and others arrived on tho
scene anil got tho body ns well ns tho
two Chinamen fiotti beneath tho house.
'I no body was taken to the pollco sta
Hon and then to tho uudertnker'H.
Washington, April 18. Orders havo
been given to -turn tho transports Tar
tar nnd Westminster over to their
owners as tho Government has no
longer any need for their services.
Tliesu vessels hitvii been used by tho
QiiiirtcrmnHtor'H Department In tint
liiiiiHpnititliou of troops ami supplies,
between Situ FrunvUco und Miinllii,
THE BANK OF UAWA1I, Lid.
iNCOKHOKlf U UNUCK till' lMV I
of 1MB Hawaiian Hipublic. J
OKKHJKU-S AND DIRECTORS!
(,'ham. M, Cookk, President.
P. O. Josus, Vleo-Pronldeut
C. II. Coonn, Caxhlor.
F C. Atii Kin o.v, Assistant Cushlot
.F. W. Macfarlnno,
K. B. Tonney,
J. A. McCundlcw.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
poratlons, Trusts Individuals, nnd wll
carefully nnd promptly nttond to nl
btiMlnoRS connected with banking on
trusted to It. Soil mid purehaso Forolgi
Kxchango, Issuo Letter of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Do posits rocolvod
and Intorost allowed In accordance wilt
rulos and conditions printed In Pa i
books, ooplos of which may bo had u t
OF HAWAIi, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws ot tbi
itupubiiu of tiuwuti.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOIi3.
Cocll Brown Prcaldcn
M. P. Robinson Ylce-Prcslden
W. O. Cooper Casble
U. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark F
Robinson, Bruco Cartwrlght, W. G
Cooper and H. M. Von Holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-Cullfoi
nla Bank, Limited.
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan a in
Now York J. & W. Sellgman & Core
London The Anglo-CallfornU
Paris Socletlo Generate.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft Jon
Hongkong nnd Yokonama Th
Chartered Bank ot India, Auotralli
Australia The Union Bank ot Ana
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letter
Credit Issued on all parts ot the
foseph Fernandez, Prop'i
KEEP THE HEAD COOL and the
feet wurm Is the sdvlce given by all the
doctors In time of epidemics of any kind
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer Is the best tc
use on the head. It Is refreshing, Invigor
ating and stimulating, besides possessing
cooling properties contained In no other
preparation In the market.
- PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER
Is for sale by all drugcNts and at tin
Union Barbershop; Telephone 6q6.
The . . .
Corner Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts,,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for liouse wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nnd Surerlutondiuo;
Kloctro-iTyilratillc Power TnuiHinlnnlorl
HEl'ORTH AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. , . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Quoou street,
Oftlr ut l 1 fri. 122J
Hydraulic - Engineer,
100 Judd Bloek, Te-lo, SHI,
rT It IWxf
Sau winchco AaenlnTntt Nkvim XZ-
NArtoNAi, Hank of Nan t.'iitvrunn 1
HAN KitANciKCo 1 lin Nevada Natlon.,f J
Itank of San Frunelmsi M I
istxis Tho Union Bank of Loudon
Nnw Yoiik American Exchange Na
CtilOAiioMorchanta National Bank
llmiu.N Dresdnor Bank.
Uonkono and Yokoiiama Honk. ng A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nnw Zkalani) and AimrKACu Bank
of Nnw Zealand
Victoria and VANcouvKn Bank 0
lirltlhh North Aninrhv.
Transact a General Banting ac.i Kictangc Eiirm
uepuuiB ncceivca. L,oan maac on At-
B roved Becnrlty. Commcrclsl nd Travelerl
redlts Itaned. Bills of Exchange bonithl
nd aold. B
COLLlCTIOWg PnOMltT ACCOPWTCD TOli.
sisiaio esc oo.
Transact a General Banking
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
.otters of Credit issued, avail
blc in all the principal citioi
f the world.
Interest allowed aftor July
L, 1898, on iixod deposits 3
montlis 3 nor c.onr.. f! mrmfim
H por cent., 12 inonths 4
SaVllI ITS l)nnrul 111 I..
received and Interest allowod by this
"" 'our anu ono-half per ent.
Printed coplos of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application,
Olhce at bank bulldlnc nn u.i,..i J
BISHOP A CO.
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. 31, 18M, 112,677.K.
Monoy loaned on approved security.
ASavIngirBank for monthly depoelU.
HouBca built on tho monthly Install
Twentieth Prrl n nt ait i .
OFFICERS-T. P. Lansing, Prcst
dent; S. B. Rose, Vlco President; O. B
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS-T. P. Lansing. 8. B.
Itoso, A. V. Gear, A. W. Kecch, Henry
Smith, J. I McLean, J. D. Holt. O. R
Grny, W. L. Howard.
A. V. DEAR,
, , Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
TJb ooh&ma gpecie B&nl
Subscribed Capital ...jYcn 24,000,009
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,0008
Reserved Fund . . . .fr.. , Yen 8.000,000
Tbe Bank buys and receives for col
lection BUIb ot Kxchange, luuea Draft!
and Letters y! Credit, ana transact!
a general br:iklng business.
On Find Dtpoilt for n monthi, 4 mi cut
Oo Flita Dfpoilt lor 6 mooUn, j)t
On Flul Depoilt for J no, j
Bv th Hod OrS-t, at Yonohiat, oo CanM Dt.
foil, i t-.i. Jto per dy.
Om Flitd Dcpoilt lor n uonthi, ; pt, ccot p. ,
Kew RepnWIc Bnfldiu. llfuii SL, nsuioli
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capita Stock - - - $So,ooo.
Capital, nid up, - . $4.310
W. C. Achl Prosldont A ManaBor
M. K. Niktiliift Vlco Pro.ldent
J. Makalnal Treasurer
K Julinouii ftk.uu.tary
Ooo. L. DchIm Auditor
BOARD OF UIRIXTORM:
J. w, otplkane,
of Honolulu for rent, HW-jl
rjr.i .. i.as3r