Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING MJL-LKriN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNE9DW, MAY 2. 1UIK).
lnbl!Bhc(l Every Day, except Sunday,
at 210 Kltig str et, ltouuiulu, 11. 1.,
BULLETIN PUULISIIIKQ COMPANY.
f). n. PAliniNOTON Editor
DANIEL I.OOAN City Editor
Post otllce llox 718
WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1900.
All Republicans of Honolulu should
be cnrly nnd nctlvo attendants at tho
mnss meeting tonight. Tho party
should bo Inaugurated with tho en
thusiasm which the good news of today
regarding the tcrrltorlil bill warrants.
L. A. Thurston was tho first man In
Hawaii after annexation to publicly
ralso tho cry "Hawaii for tho Hawn
Hans." Hawaii for tho Republican
Party should bo the keynote of to
night's meeting and the acts and words
of every loyal Republican.
Having been told that all spell-binders
will have an opportunity for a
hearing, tho odlclnl organ aggregation
Is satisfied to attend tho Republican
mass meeting tonight. Tho more fre
quently tho organ and Its following
talks, tho oftrucr they put their foot
Tho ptoplo will conduct tho Repub
lican mnss meeting tonight. Tho ef
forts of a clique to run tho nffalr on the
old lines wilt die aborning. If the
Mugwump aggregation Iibb any Idea of
acting for the good of the Party they
wlli lay low. Falling to follow good
advice they will bo laid low.
MAKI.NC GOOD PROGRESS.
Tho lato despatch received by tho
Ilullctln through Its special Associated
Press service Indicates that notwith
standing the sharp debate roused In the
Scnato by tho conferenco report, the
Hawaiian bill as given In tho des
patches by tho Moaua has passed tho
Senate. Tho bill now goes to tho
IIouss for tho confirmation of the con
ference report. In view of tho fact
that tho bill adopted by tno now con
ference commlttco Is practically tho
House measure, tho prospects are that
tho Representatives will promptly ac
cept tho final report and our Territorial
bill will receive the signature of the
President In a few days.
Republicans may well feel gratified
at tho result and tho early prospect of
Hawaii being onco moro on a settled
governmental basis. Tho Republican
Party has dono Its work faithfully and
without doubt by Its generous action
toward citizens of tho Islands has put
us well on tho way to Statehood, pro
vided the people aro ready to accept
tho responsibilities placed upon them
In tho true, patriotic, broad American
spirit. Tho situation Is such as to
prove tho timeliness of local Republi
cans taking nctlvo measures toward
political organization. Today's news
should add enthusiasm und force to the
preliminary meeting tonight, nnd
should put new power Into tho nctlvl-
tlca,of Republicans throughout the Isl
ands. Kamnlo Compromised Considered
Hancy It. Hitchcock, Mr. Meyer,
Lawrcnco 11. Dee, Hany L. Evans and
Charles J. Fishel wcro elected by the
dissatisfied stockholders of the Kama
Io Sugar Co. last night as a compromlbo
committee. 'Iho meeting unanimous
ly icfuscd nn offer from Frank Hus
taco of J10.000 In cash und ?10,000 In
paid-up stock. It Instructed tho con:
mltteo to nsk for $20,000 In cash and
$15,000 In paid-up stock, to muko tho
135,000 It Is alleged tho original In
corporators Illegally diverted fiom the
trcnsuiy. 'Iho commlttco had a con
ferenco with Mr. Hustuce this moiit
Ing. Ho objected to their proposal, for
ono reason, because ho held that his
offer had been Improperly given out
for publication. 'Iho commlttco does
not indeed dcslio to make any final
compromise with Mr. Eustace. Thoy
say Mr. Foster, who is absent on Molo
kal, Is tho chief man to deal with. A
Battlement with Mr. Hustnco, which
might bo rejected by tho other defen
dants after tho sale of delinquent
slinrcs had been allowed, would put
them In a hole.
Clark Turned Down.
Washington, April 23 Senator Clnnd
ler, iruiu uie vn.ttc Cuinmhtte on PrM
leces and Election, fndav submitted tu the
Se i.ve the rer-ort of that committee In the
case of i-en iter C'nrk ot Montana.
The fmdltiR of the CJmmliUe Is stated
" The liiidlnj; of the committee that the
e'ectlon to the Senate of William A. Clark
of Montana is null and void on accouni of
the rribtrir, attempted briberies and cor
rupt practices by ills agei s, and of viola
tion of the laws of Montam defining and
punUHng crimes against the elective fran
chise." In view of this finding the committee
unanimously recommends the adoption by
uie a-naie 01 uie louowing resolution:
"Resolved, that William A. Clark was
not duly and legally elected to a seat in
the Senate of the Uniled States by the
Legislature of the State of Montana.
ALL REPUBLICANS SHOULD DE
AT TONIGHT'S MASS MINTING.
PUBLIC WORKS DISCUSSED
Road Supervisor Campbell and Mr.
Thurston on Municipal Needs.
Methods. ot City Gavtrnment Making of Struts
Mr. Andrews Ctuastls AlieBdai.ee at
Mnrston Campbell, Kind Supervisor
of Honolulu, read n paper bofoto tho
Triangle Literary Club at tho Y. M. C.
A. yesterday evening. J. E. Tcmplo
ton prcsldid nnd sc oral outsiders were
among tho listeners. Tho subject was
"Public Works." Mr. Campbell dis
cussed municipal government, recom
mencing a simple and direct system for
Honolulu. 'Iho hends of different
blanches of public worku should not
bo too much hampered with red tape.
Ho gave his views on different kinds ot
stieet paving, favoilng asphalt for or
dinary sticcts and llclglau block for
streets having heavy tin I lie When ho
came hcio about a year ago ho was
startled at seeing the heavy drays and
cnoimous loads tncy carried on tho wa
ter front. Under municipal govern
ment the pcoplo would hno to pay ill-1
rect for public Improvements, us tho
present sources of revenue would large
ly disappear ftom tho uses of the city.
His Idea was that ordinary street Im
provements, such as paving, curbing,
Hpwcilng, etc., should ho taxed on tho
district dlicctly benefited, whllo Im
portant street extensions of general
benefit should be partly homo by tho
municipality. Mr. Campbell spoke ot
tho necessity for storm water drainage
In Honolulu. Ho answered n number
of questions after concluding his ad
dress. Lorrln A. Thuiston, who. as Minister
of tho Interior, In tho first Reform Gov
ernment, gavo public works, streets
and roads In particular an impetus they
had not hnd for many years, was tho
next speaker. Ho compared tho city
governments In tho United Stntcs hav
ing an autocratic mayor with some
of thoso In Europe where tho mayor
wns rather n figurehead and the admin
istration in tho hands of department
committees. Doth systems had their
distinctive merits. The speaker seem
ingly leaned to tho European mode-.
It was cm lous to find a republican form
of city government In monarchical
countiles, nnd prnctically tho monar
chical principle holding sway In tho
great Republic's municipalities. Mr.
Thurston described tho grrat progress
made In Glasgow, mentioning especi
ally tho transformation of sections
from being worse than our Chinatown
to n condition of cleanliness and come
liness. This was dono by a building
t..st, whoso cxpcilmcnt was eminent
ly profltablo In a financial way. Mr.
Thurston advocated municipal control,
and In some things owncishlp, of tho
common public services, light and wa
Lorrln Andrews urged thoso present
to attend tho Republican mass meet
Ing tonight, as thtro tho ball wouul to
set rolling to provide good government
for tho Territory nnd municipalities.
Votes of thanks were passed to Mes
srs. Campbell and Thurston for their
ULOODY PHILIPPINE WEEK.
Manila. Acrll 22. List week has hrm
one of thebloollest of the war sinre the
r r-.t d?v s luhting around Man a. authen-
t c r'PO'K m stlv nfficljl. shiwlne a total
of J78 Fl U'lnos killed, twelve fllcers and
244 mi 11 capiuied and many more wounded.
I lie rtimbcr wounded U tiardlv jiiftmh r
Conslde log thit the Filipinos entlrelv
lack hospital facllit e. a great maj r ty of
the wcunjed will die. Piob bly the
veek's work finished 1,000 In-urgents.
I he American loss was nii.e k ll.d ana
sixteen wounded. 1 wo sergeant at d ore
rlvate was killed in ambush w lille escort
The m'Urents have been aggressive In
a'mos-eveiy province In Luz 11. General
Pi.icel Pllar's band, numb-riig ico which
wjs out ef finht ler time innnilu. the
Irad-rtelngiep rteJ Idllrd. has leannearrd
ill its old field- about S.111 Miguel.
Lnnd for the Cnnnl.
New Yo k. An-ll 'OA srec'.ll in the
Times ironi vaslil'gtun say: A report
is In drc il.itlon th.it tie President N
icout tosnid ti the Senate ticities with
Costa Hica and Moragji bywhlciihe
later countries propis- to crJe ti the
United btntes a st ip ot teiritoiy live m Its
In width on eicli side of the proposed ca
ll it where It Is cons'nuted en the horde
ottwecii Costa idea and Mcarpgm. and a
similar area when it is wholly in Nica
ragua. General Warren' New Tahk.
Londn. April 23. It is reported that
Sir Charles W.irien Is to le appointed
Ooveui rof theFue State. Notnlng U
known regarding Sir Redvers Duller, M
there Is little duutt P-g.irJIng Ills rem 1v.1i,
anJ rumor lus It that Lord Kitchener will
get an Important mdrrendcni conunai d
I he Boer peice lomml-Moners are un
dtrtiod to hive been disappointed by
their visit 'o 1 lie Hdgue, but to he de er
mined to vMt Berlin aid Paris btfote go
ing to Washington.
Roth Won for Stanford.
San prancl-cn, April 21 --Stanford car
ried off the honors on the tennis courts
yesterday morning, whm three ot the
crimson cracks encountered three of the
best that Berkely could produce.
Play was heid In th: Calilotnia Club's
couits In this city, and' the players fn m
Palo Alto won two out of the three events
oltyed. Sumner Hardv of Berkely and
William Roth of Stanford won the single
Tho engagement of Miss Rowcna N.
Dowsett, daughter of James I. Dowsett,
to Herbert Vivian F. Turner, Is announced.
MAY 1st. 1900.
At Reduced Prices for 30 Days!
Our Large Stock of PICTURE MOULDINGS will be
made up into frames at SPECIAL PRICES, during: the present
PATTERNS are new and UP-TO-DATE, but we must
make room for large invoices To Arrive.
Our ARTISTS AUTER1ALS such as W1NSOR & NEW
TON'S COLORS BRUSHES, PALETTES, CANVAS, Etc.,
w:re bought direct from the Factory and will hi sold at the
old prices for the present. The NEW TARIFF puts a heavy
Duty on these articles.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Fort St. Art Rooms.
MONEY FOR YOU.
Tkl. -Ill II.hiI ti It nit aval TLrnAnt fit
II1IV Will II I'llJI U II JWW ' .. .--... .
nv ine of thousand of tnieipn families nt
none) r eiaifc lie I ow in cnintcry.
A cfirrlete Hit nf rmoni who hate ltt mony or
tstatei in the value ot
The ht-ln ot which arenow jiirprjl to t In th United
S'aUi rut Khote riestni viKiraromi ate unxnown.
You many have money, heirliomi, of estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is not surrrlslnc that In a copulation to vat
an4 Among a pe(pte cot tain ng families which can
trace t ack their ancestiy Kr i rniutl. s. that even with
families ot no no the ramifications an eitraor.ll
nary, the tle ol telatioi ship otttn varne trom
Peers to Peasants, though all springing from one
tree. The ai.nounremcn that there Is near y Sioo.
000 coo In money anJ ettatrs going a-begging sounds
a little extravagant Put It will not appear so extraor
dinary when It itrrm.mt.d mat the amount It bar
ed un a rrgl'ered alphab. Ileal lltt i.t persons who
hate h en adv.rtlsrd tor all ovr the world since the
betlnnlngol the century, in ludlng ch.ncery heirs,
next uf kin. and lega'ees of perrons who have died
Intettate In (jieat Urlt.ln, Luiope. Ameilca and the
tlntlsh colonies. The main sources of unclaimed
monies are: unclaimed olvlden s on Government
stocks: aoimant funds In chancery: Army and Navy
Prue Money. Estates nt persons tm have died Intes
tate without known next-ot-kin: unclaimed dividends
In fankrurtcv: reneral unclaimed dividends and un
claimed bark deposits. We are also prepared to
lurnlsh certificates of Ulnhs, Dea ht and Marriages
and official Ciest or Coat ot Arms of your family
W art th anlv firm In Afrff If a who make iDtclal
tv of cUtIUhine claims of helrv-at-ltw and oextol-
WE ASK NO FEE
Until claim has been settled.
Lnclose five i cent Am. rlcan stamps or fen cents In
silver lir nailing, wrapping, etc.. and we will send
you a book containing full Information FREE.
Write and se If )ou are among the lucky ones.
The Ilclrri At-Law Collection Co.,
ioih a-d Chesnut streets. St Louis, Mo.
Perclval Adams, M. A L U. U. Counselor-al-law,
tlrlilsh Counsel lor the Company.
BY LAST STEAMER
FRESH FROA THE
FACTORY . .
NEW 1900 B. G. I.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
Facile Cycle & M'ft Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
EULKRS' IU.OCK, - FORTJVT
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer antl jluililer of
WORKS, 602 KING ST.
P. O. Dox 6jj. Teu &
THE - BOOK STORE!
Golden Rule Bazaar
SI6 FORT STREET.
New Bnts-Hiw PoiKs!
"For the Freedom t f the Sei"-by BraJy.
" I he Story of the Boers" by Mo;.tague
'Oom Paul's People by Hlllegas "
"Cait Jackman" bv ClarU Rusell
"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 Nation" by Boothby.
"Foes In Ambush" by Opt. Chas.
"A Fatal Misunderstanding" by Helm
burg. "Two Daughters of One Race" by
"Agatha Webb"-by Anna K. Gr-en.
"The Greatest Glft"-by Marchmont.
And Hunured of Other Popular and
Standard Books of the D.iy.
You can always find an Intereitlng book
816 FORT STREET.
Is coming. Cupid calls It good and beautiful
No article of weir 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 ournev sp.Ing stock and If
you don't say that they ae well when
you fee them we will qu t Importing.
WE ARE NOT exactly selling our
goods at auction, but we are doing the
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 such prices that yoir will
sive money by buvlng ot us. These
goods must sell even If we Incur a war In
doln? so. Boys' and Men's Clothing,
Underweir and Men's Furnishings. We
mean business. Call ind have a look.
9-1 1 Hotel street and cor. Hotel and
Telephone 67 and 96,
P. O. Box 558,
For Spring Wear,
Direct from New York.
A iiew lot just received.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Good Air. Good View. Gooo Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody 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 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 placedjin the hands ol
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an indepencent power plant we are prepared jto
furnish electric power for lighting.lheau'ng 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, 01
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.
M--H H H H-
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply at
the office of
BRUCE WARING fir CO.
Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons,
Everything New and Up-to-Date.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
Hnss, SaHiiy, Carriap Hanessi Material,
Blacksmiths' and Horseshoers' Material,
AND EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE,
Island Trade Solicited.
Write to us before sending to the Coast, and save.time and troubtol
Our stock Is complete in every particular.
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED,
Lime, Plaster, Cement and Fire Clay,
Sol .A.gre;crts fox
u iiYalSntI,n &.uCo-bNuYUC.0,0PndXa!5lsh.$s' 9'Brlen & So1"' Carriage
Howell's N. J. Leather; H. H. Babcock Co., N. Y., BuKgles; Atlas Pipe Wretuh Cai.
N. Y. and b. F.
Pacific Vehicles Supply Co.,
1 raps, Wagonettes,
Drays, Farm Wagons,
Hand i rucks.