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THE EVENING BOLLETIN: HONOLULU, U. 1.. MONDAY. AlMtlL 80, lUfll'.
. ening Bulletin,
ruhllMito rivt-ry lUy, uxi-eil Huinluy,
at Slu King siriH.'t, Honolulu, II. 1.,
ULLKTIN I'UIII.ISIIINO COMPANY.
W. It. KAIMUNMTON IMItur
DAN1UL. LOU AN....... City liilUur
Post olllcc llox 71S
Per muntli. anywhere In II. 1....$ 75
Per liar. In II. 1 8.00
Per vcur. i.ostunld. U. S.. Canada
or Mexico 10.00
Jer yeur, tiustpuld, other foreign
ItayiiMf invariably In advance.
MONUAV At'UIL au, 11)00.
Lincoln, tho homo of Colonel llryan,
elected tho llepubllcan municipal tick
et tho other day by tho largest majority
it has returned In years. Tha Colonel
luis tt good sized bunch of enemy'
country right at homo.
Tho Democrats of Italclgu, N. C,
have indorsed tho Hon. Julian S. Carr,
tho millionaire tobacco manufacturer,
for United States Senator. Tho Demo
crats, however, are violently opposed to
millionaires in the other party.
With every man true to his party In
both local and national politics there
Is little opportunity for tho bitter po-
lltlcal wutfare cf the past.As an Amcrl
i'v can Tcrrltoiy, Hawaii cannot do bet
' ter than follow in tho lead of tho na
tional parties of tho United States.
Votes tell tho story and tho majority
If the people of Hawaii can accept
tho principle of placing tho Party be
fore the man, they can easily draw out
of tho unfortunate ruts In which Ha
waii's politics have lun for some years.
Strict party rule that demands party
loyalty at nil times as tho first princi
ple of political activity will wipe out
tho crrois of the past and put tho Ter
ritory well on the way to Statehood.
Tho Executive Council may take It
for granted that thu petition for the
extension of Fort street has the en
dorsement of the whole community.
Hut tho work should not stop at Fort
street. Kukui street extension through
to Urn rem street Is on tho list of public
works authorized by tho Legislature
and demands equal attention from th'
authorities. A broad policy that car
carry forward work on more than om
street ut n time Is what the people
want nnd should have. Tho Cotmcl
of Stato has furnished tho funds for ni
era of activity in road and street con
structlon never heforo equalled In th'
history of the Territory. As Mr. Younp
has well said, "When money is nppro
prlated It Is to bo accepted that the
work should bo done as soon ns pos
sible." QUARANTINE RAISED.
With tho thirty days quarantine pe
tlod passed Honolulu can afford t
celebrate und look to tho future will
new confidence, In which tho deslro l
not so thoroughly father to tho thought
as during tho tempoiary lulls of the
past. There Is every reason to believe
that the city nnd Islands ns a whole arc
out of the woods. At tho same time
this new condition and tho 6upiemt.
pIctiBiiro cf being onco more nbio to
carry on trade without let or hindrance
fchould nut icsult In careless Indiffcr
enco and ovcrcnnlidcnco that may
create a condition worse than tho first.
Tho dangers that surround tho port
from Australia and tho Orient an
known. What dangers lurk In tho In
fected districts are an unknown quail
tlty. Cltlens nnd authorities aro Justl
fled in tho preliminary "sigh of relief,'
yet tho guard ngitlnst tho recurrence
of tho dlsenso must bo strengthened nt
every vantage point, tho gain follower
up by the continuance, of strict meas
urcs that shall assuro n complete vie
With the record for forceful action
already mndo, Dr. Wood and th
Health authorities can bo depended
upon to hold n careful hand on tin
lover. Watchful, nt nil times, these mei
should coutlutio to have tho cordial
support of tho people.
THE PAUTV OP EQUAL RIGHTS
The Republican party, not tho I'resl
dent, Vico President nor any Senator oi
Congressman, gave Huwnll tho liberal
Kovcrnment granted by tho Territorial
hill. It Is tho Republican party tli.r
wiped out tho property qualification
nnu gave tho peoplo practically a fre
ballot. It is tho Republican party that I
gave Hawaii Its placo In tho Aniciliar
Union on an equality with trrrlturi"
of tho Mainland; tho Hopiibllcnn part)
that defeated thn Infamous scheme n
discriminate against tin piodticli o1
our Holds mid tho lights of tho peoph
under thn Amor lean Hug; Uio Kopuhli-
can party wn cittlck to rccognlio tho
HticiiKlli of character of llnwuilnn citi
zens and Binnt them cri'iil liRht with
tho descendants of the founders t tho
The Itcmihiirun party haB been and
In tho rounder of tho liberty, tho Kuar
dlau of the freedom and individual In
dependence of Hawaiian citizens un-lcr
the American llaij. Having nlen with
it llbcrnl hand, havlm; proved the In
tegrity of Its patriotic purpose, the
llepubllcan patty Is iluscrvlng nnd
should rccrlvo tho unhrsltutinK sup
port of every citizen who hcilcwH In
tie conduct of the nlTiiira of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii by and for tho people.
The Bchooner Golden Bhoro will sail
nt 5 p. m. on Thursday.
The most stylish rigs In town at th?
ClubStnblcB. Phono 477.
Notice of meeting of iumlo stock
holders appears In today a issue.
C. S. Desky has deferred his trip to
lllto until tho sailing of tho steamer
The Uoard of Kducatlon will hold Its
regular meeting next Thursday after
noon nt 3 o'clock.
Mrs. ym. Wall and Bister nro to
leavo for tho States in the near future
on a six months' trip.
A notice of tho dissolution of part
neihhui cf H. A. nnd P. A. Pnrmelco is
glwn under New Today.
Ah Chow Is under arrest for stabbing
Leotig Ung at lwllci last night. "J lie
victim Is not dangerously wounded.
Win. Thompson of Davlos & Co. Is
liacit again nfier on abaenco of about
four months on Hawaii nnd Kauai.
The funeral of Jacob Jorgcnsen took
place fuim St. Andrew's cathedral yes
terday, the Ulshop of Honolulu oillclat
ing. .The ilto cf public baptism was ad
ministered nt St. Andrew's cathedral
..n Si.udny evening by Kov. Alex. Mack
II. M. Flint goes on tho police forco
tomorrow with duties on tho water
Ciont in tho position recently held by
During tho absence of J. It. Shaw, V.
S Wm. T. Muiuarrnt, V. S. will have
-hargo of His practice. Srft notice un
der New Today.
Noimal Instructor T. 11. Gibson
will leave tomonow for tho other side
of tho Island to resume his duties un
.tcr the Department cf Education.
Port Surveyor Stratlimcyer hns pick
ed out his addltlcnnl men for the foico
but Collector Stackablo has not np
iiioved tho list yet so the names cannot
Up given out for publication.
Mrs. Merrill was thrown from her
hotse at thu Walklki teimlnus of th"
tramcar lino yesterday by a buggy cql
iding with the nnimnl sho was rid
ing. .Mr. Loucks, the driver of thu
ouggy, has been ai rested on the chnrgo
of furious nnd heedless driving. Ilia
enso will como up In tho Police Court
MARSHAL ALLEGES JEALOUSY.
The cases of Abraham Opium!,
charged with profanity, nnd Onicer
.-lauinhan, charged with assault and
battery, camo up for trial In tho Police
Jonrt this forenoon. Opunul's case wai
tried llrst. Iianrnhan for tho prosccu-
.Ion, told cf hew ho had been sent out
to Palatini chapel to disperse n gang of
hoodlums. Ho found tho fellows nnd
ordered them to dlspeisc. All but Opu
nul went away nnd It wns necessary to
uro forco on him. Ho could not say
t Opimut was mo of tho fellows who
iscd tho profane language ho heard.
Mis. Sam Dwlght, Mrs. Chas. Dwlght
and another lady tcstllled io havnr;
oeen In tho church nt Palanm chapel
on tho night of the trouble. Opium i
was also thcio. Upon emerging from
the place ho was struck In the chest by
Jlllcer Hanrnhau. No profano language
When all tho witnesses hail appeared
ludgo Wilcox announced that ho would
lenr Hanrahau's caso before itnnounc
ng his decision. Iianrnhan was call
'! up. Attorney Crelghton got hail
.vny with his plea of not guilty for tho
Icfcndant when Marshal Urown bruky
in, saying there was no need for a plea,
io would ask for a nollo prosequi,
.lunrahan had- been sent out to dls
tersu n gang of hoodlums. Tho only
fault he hud to find with tho ofllccr wns
that ho did not tuko n horsewhip to
tho whole lot of twenty or thirty
loodlums found In tho street near the
chapel. There was a great deal yf
Jealousy against mis whlto officer. Ho
did not propose to havo cases of the
kind coming up In tho Police Court.
Evldcutly Captain Opunul was Jealoiu
Judge Wilcox entered a nollo prose
qui In tho Hnnrnhan caeo r.nd found
Opunul not guilty of profanity.
Vo'cnnn StnlilcH Deal.
Hllo, April 21. Tho Volcano Stables
purchased at prlvato salo on Thursday
the business nnd business effects of tho
harness manufactory belonging to thu
estate of tho lato A. F. Collins. Nego
tiations between tho Volcano Stnblcti
Company nnd tho administrators of
tho estate had been going on for some
time, but ns terms could not bo agreed
jpon, tho salo of tho property at pub
lic auction had been advertised. Ilcforo
tho day fixed for tho auction, however,
:ho private salo was negotiated.
Mr. Wilson, manager of tho Volcano
Stables, snys tho business wns purclinii
tl to ho run In connection with tho
stables and do tho harness and s:iddle
(linking and repairing required by their
nrgo isliihllshnirnts. In tho Intervals
if this work they will ha prepared to
hi any oulsldo business that may come
(lung. Tho Hanui (iimrteiH will bo oc
cupied iih by Mr. Collins,
The "St. Katherine"
HAS BROUGHT TO THE
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 Trucks. Hoes, Picks, Mattocks, Shovels, Scoops, Forks,
Rdkes, Concord Hames, Dandy Brushc, Cotton W'ae, Ma
nila and Sisal Cordage. Hoop, Bar and Galvanized Sheet Iron.
Crowbars, Nails, Nuts and Washers Cairiage and Wagon
Springs and Axles.
lirge importations to arrive.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Fort, Merchant, King and Bethel streets.
MONEY FOR YOU.
Thlslll lrtrttt truit touar. a Diiccniant c!
nv one ol ihi'Ui.mJ, oi li'iflpn lanillM wlioit
money tr etate ate i uw In chancer)
A.crrrVe list t rront who have left money or
ejt.tts loltm value ol
The he lr o( which areno supp' sd to b In the UnlleJ
vt tui hne rrtrstni hirabouts are unknown.
You many have monry. helfitom. or estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
Il s no' surrrlslxg tliat In a ropulitlon to vat
ani among a txri.pl cmtiln pr families which can
trace rack then anct y f r ivniutl. . Ihat even with
famine, nt mi no e the ramlticatlnntareextraordl
narv. the li nf i.latun Mp nlt.n varying from
Peers to Peasants, thiU;h .11 springing from one
tre. The noumemen that there Is near y $400.
ua noo m mime ana rMat.s Init a-beRElne sounds
a lift'e extravagant but It will not appear to extraor
dinary wh.n 11 1. r.m.mber. d that tti amount Is bat
ed nn a r.eU'ereJ alphaNtlcl llvt i.t pertontwho
hate f enadvf!ls.d tor all nv.r the world since the
he. Innlnu ut the century, in tujintf cn.ncery neirs.
ro-xt nt kin. and lenmeesnl persons who have died
InteMate InO'C.t Mtli.ln. Luiup. oieilca and the
Hnmh colonie.. The main sources ot unclaimed
monies are. unclaimed clvlJen s on Government
vockvniumantlu ds In thameivi Army and Navy
Prie Money Estates ! persons who have died Intes
tjte without known next-ot-kin; unclaimed dlvldrnds
In hankiurtcy: 1 eneral uncla med dividends and un
claimed baik depi.slts. We are also prepared to
lurnlsh certlflcatei ot lllr hs. Pea h and Marriages
and official Ciesi or Coat ol Arms of your family
It'. . it.a .nlu Arm In iftttrli-i ufn milfi a in'fht
S1 e- mi; mt; vinj hi mi in . ! . . ... r y . -.
11 ot establishing claims ol helrs-at-law and next-ol-
Until c'alm has been sellleJ.
I ml. se five 1 cent m (lean stamps or ten cents In
ill er I. mailing. wrarrh'K. etc.. and we will send
joi a bunk contain ng lull inlotmailon I REE.
Wiiie and tie if jou ate among the lucky ones.
The llcli-H At-Lnw Collection Co.,
oth a-d Chesnulslrtrts St Louis, Mo.
Perlval Adams. M. A L L U. Counselor-at-law,
Ilriilsii Counsel lor the Corrpany.
BY LAST STEAMER
FRESH FR DM THE
FACTORY . .
Iff 1900 B. 13. 1.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
Pacific EfcM in Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
KfTLKKR' W.orK. - - KOHTRT
CHAS. D. WALKER,
T)'HlirnpriiuI Bulkier of
WORKS, Wi KI,a ST.
P. O, llox 6j), Tl I. too.
THE -BOOK -STORE!
Golden Rule Bazaar
&IG FORT STRBET.
In Biol s-New Potl!
''For the Freedom ( f Ihe Sea"-by Brady.
" I In btory of the Boers" by Montague
"Oom Paul's Feople ty Hlllecas "
"Ca, t Jackman"-bv Clark Ru8e II
"The Sign of the CrosV'-by Wilson
"Stranger Than Flctlnn"-by Albert Ross.
'The Naked Tiuth" bv Albert Ro's.
"The World's Me-cy"-by author of
"The Silence nf Dean Maitland "
"The Maker of Nations" by Boothbv.
"Foes In Ambuth" by Capt. Chas.
"A Fatal Misunderstanding" 'jy Helm
burg. "Two Daughters of One Race" by
"Agatha Webb"- by Anna K. Gr:en.
"The Greater Glft"-by Marchmont.
And Hunared of Other Popu'nr ai d
Standard Books of the Day.
You can always find an Interesting book
816 FORT STREET
Is coming. Cupid calls It good and beautiful
No article of we tr partakes of so manv
patterns and makes as does neckwear.
When you see the new the old that you
thought beautiful grows stale. We have
just received ourne sp.lng stock and If
you don't say that they ae swell when
you see them we will qu t Importing.
WE ARE NOT exactly selling our
goods at suction, but we are doing the
next test thing by selling them at greatly
reduced prices. It Is not our habit to carry
goods over from one season to another,
so ue must sell our remnants of sizes at
once, and at such prices that you will
swe money by buvlng ot us. The
goods must sell even If we Incur a war In
doln? sn. Boys' and Mtn's Clothing,
Underweir and Men's Furnishings. We
mean business. Call ind have u look.
9-1 1 Hotil street and cor. Hotel and
Telephone 67 and 96,
P. 0.' Box 558,
Good Air. Good View, Gooq Health.
A special i'nvilation5ls,rexlcndcd lo curybedy to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all poiuis, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and fthe work of
construction, equipping and installation placed! in the hands o!
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an indepencent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lichJine.lheaiimr and other Durooses.
to our home builders at most
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains, laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connection
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.
For fur'her information, prices, terms, etc., apph at
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
HAWAIIAN DRV GOODS ASSOCIATION.
Teaaa-ple cf Fasliloaa..
Closed March I3th,
Until Further Notice,
On Account of
Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons,
Everything New and Up-to-Date.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
Harness, Saieiy, Garriap HarnessMalerlal,
Blacksmiths' and Horseshoers' Material,
tt rAND EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE,
Island Trade Solicited.
Write t us before sending to the Coast, and saveltin.e and trouble;
Our stock is complete in every particular.
L.IUIU, 1 I.13U.-I, i.iin.111 uuu rue viay,
Sole -A.g:en.ts for
Valentine & Co., N. Y., Colors and Vamli lies: O'Brien St Sons' Carrlw
Howell's N. J. Leather, H. H. iLbcack Co., N. Y Uncles; Atlas Plpi i Wr.ncn 1 (fi?.
IN Ti flU (J ui ii
Pacific Vehicles Supply Co.,
Drays, Farm Wagons,
Hand i rucks.
liiirlife-f' ft t-