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JHIi EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I, TUESDVY. MAY 8, 1900.
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TUESDAY MAY 8, 1900.
On this principle , aa Senator
Clark of Montana Ih a Repub
lican, the whale of tho Republican
Senators ought to have voted for hU
retaining his seal, though he has been
found to have ucen a champion briber,
and to have corrupted tho political
morals of a whole state. Star.
The marked knowledge of American
politics possessed by our contemporary
Is evidenced by tho fact that Senator
Wni, A. Clark of Montana has hereto
fore, been classed as n Democrat.
To the American born und reared In
the atmosphere of American politics,
tho proposition that the people of Ha
waii should go before the United
States Congress without recognition ot
tho party pilnclplcs on which tho
American pcoplo nre divided Is nothing
If not ridiculous. It Is opposed to
every ttnet of American politics nnd
Etntcsmnnshlp. Should any body of
m enn Ian Sytate or Tcirltoty In the
Union propose such a campaign meas
ure they would bo laughed to ssorn.
In view of the attitude in which tho
people cf this Territory have for years
stood before the American nation the
Ilullctln must ndmlt n lack cf surprlsi
that tho proposal Is made at tho birth
of tho Territorial babe. Our politics In
days past have Imcn ns far wide of the
ruling sentiment of tho American peo
ple as black Is from white. The vciy
Instability of Hawaii's government has
created a sort of good Lord good Devil
policy, shifting of allegiance, Inter
mittent condition of chaos und order,
personal antagonisms and strife, that
mako It nlmost Impossible for tho pen-
pie. however Intelligent and worthy of
tubi'euL iu iiiiiuuuuueiy iipprcciaiu uie
practical facts o fAmcrlcan politics or
tho power of Party sentiment nnd Par
ty rulo among tho American people.
Tho Hawaiian question having ho
long been to a ceitaln extent u non
partisan affair In American politics,
there is every reason why some of our
citizens nro disposed to believe that
our Interests will bo best sorvod by
continuing on former lines. '
For tho Hawaiian Territory to go
beforo the American peoplo as neither
Republican or Democrat, for the peo
ple ot theso Islands to refuse to divide
on party Hues Is nn altruistic theory.
Tho practical working out of such a
theory, however, Is fraught with such
damaging results, that Hawaii can
only accomplish Its own defeat by at
tempting to forco such a proposition
down tho throats of tho American peo
ple. There Is not n slnglo precedent
of American history to support such
action. Tho Immcdlato Judgment of
the Ameilcan peoplo will he, "Hawaii
is Indeed after tho loaves and fishes.
It places Its own saltish Interests above
tho principles upheld nnd maintained
by tho nation since its birth."
It Is not tmo that tho party organi
zations of tho United States arc main
tained to sccuro and distribute tho
spoils cf ofllce. Tho good pcoplo who,
viewing American politics from tho
Isolation of Hawaii havo only tor tutu
to tho South which the Demounts con
trol and New England whero Repub
licans maintain their powcr.to nppi'5
clnto wherein they havo done tho
American pcoplo a rank Injustice.
Year after year witnesses tho Rcpubll
cans of tho South and Democrats of
Now England, maintaining their party
organization placing their principles
and candidates beforo tho pcoplo and
organizing their campaign with tho
caro nnd enthusiasm that attends as
Tho leaders know, tho voters know
that they nro marching to defeat.
Their only hopo Is to make gains, and
to keep alive In tho hearts of tho peo
plo those principles of government
which nro believed to bo for tho best
Interests of tho nation. These party
leaders and their followers nro not
spoilsmen. Tho spoilsmen shift with
tho turn of tho weather vnno of prob
able succes3;they represent nothing but
an Insatlablo appetite for what they
can make out of tho government; they
arc tho fertile field for tho propor
tion of tho seeds of corruption. Tho
men who cannot support the pilncl
plcs expounded by their party bttve th
recognized right to bolt, hut those who
watcn the scalo of popular fao and
throw their weight according as tliu In
dicator points to success no matter
how often tho changes may occur
r.ieilt and receive the contempt of
lcadois nnd tho rank and file.
Tho Hawaiian delegate who goes to
Congress as "neither Ucpubllcan or
Democrat" with no other principle- be
hind him thnn to curry favor with both
patties will bo between the devil and
tho deep sea. Without a vote his Im
portance la of an Indelinltu character,
without u party he will dwiudlo t
the footing of a lobbyist.
Some of our citizens have gazed with
wonder and amazement at the success
of Col. Q. K. Little In Washington ns
(opposed to men of wealth nnd Btatlon
I omit nut hv tlm local Government.
Little for years beforo coming to these
Islauds was a party worker, a Hcpub
llcau In good Btnndlng. In looking over
tho situation, It enn do no harm for
the men who would send n Republican
delegate to n Republican Congress and
Democratic delegate to a Democratic
Congress, or n "neither party dele
gate to every Congress, to study this
' incident In our early history which
points to tho power of party allegiance, t
ITS SIMPLE COMPLEXITY.
Editor Evening Ilullctln: This
meeting shall elect a committee, who
shall call precinct meetings, wlilc.i
shall elect delegates, who shall hold
district conventions, which shall elect
delegates, who shall hold n tcrtrtorlal
convention, which shall ciect the dele
gates to tho national convention .Ma
chine) Is no name for this popular vot
ing plant. It Is a whoio foundry with
the drafting room the blggc3t part and
tho foreman of departments doing all
the work. Funniest ot all, there's more
nolso from tho drafljgf room thin
frcm nil the rest of th ewoik3 together.
Conguss will certainly borrow the
plans and specifications of this magni
ficent Installation of popular voting
mechanism for tho election of United
States ScnatoiB by tho people when
tho time comes. And all parties will
unite In casting tho presidential nomi
nation at 'tho designer's feet. Wash
ington revealed tho principles of popu
lar government to a waiting world.
The political phenomenon from Kallbl
has nlscovcicd tho Bclcncc of their ap
SHEARING THE LAMB.
The little lamb did not consent, but
Mrs. Frcar tied him up Just the same,
nnd ho looked at her big-eyed as she
led him Into tho back yard nnd gave
g. f cedj UJf himself .,, ,co
to herself, "that's not 'Marys Ilttln
lamb,' nnd ho didn't follow me, but I've
got him Just th csume."
At 9:30 o'clock yesterday morn
ing nnd nbout two hours after Mrs.
Frear had fed her little lamb, the
teachers of tho kindergarten depart
ments of the Kultilanl und Dorothy and
Henry Castle scnools, accompanied by
their little charges, headed for Mrs.
Frear's residence at Puiiahou. It was
to bo an object lesson nnd the children,
who had nn Inkling of what was to
happen, were awfully anxious to seo
them "skin" t..o lamb.
"Now, children," said ono of tho
teachers, "tho man with the big
shears Is going to shear tho little
lamb; then wo will take all tho wool
oft of him, washl It out and spin It Into
thread to mako cloth out of, and I
want all you little folks to see how It
"Will It hurt him," said a llttlo girl.
"Naw," said tho good llttlo .boy;"
bo's a Democratic lamb ho's all right"
So tho yshcarcd the llttlo lamb nnd
pneked tho lleeco carefully In n band
box nnd tho children clapped their
hands In great glco and tho teacher
took the box nnd lleece and children
back to tho school nnd tho object les
son was over.
Next week another lesson In tho
manufacture of leather will ho given.
Snvrtl !y Cool Urivery.
Mis. C. S. Ctnne had it very narrow
cscnpo frcm sctlous Injuiy In n runa
way accident yesterday afternoon.
While driving down Ucrctnula street
her horso bolted near ThoutuH SciU'iro.
MtB. Crane held plucklly to tha reins
keeping tho horso In tho mtddlo of tho
btrcct. As tho runaway nppioachcd a
long lino of loaded drnys n crash seem
ed Inevitable. George Ward, a driver,
sprang frcm his dray as tho carriage
passed, grabbed tho reins and although
dragged for some distance succeeded in
bringing tho hoi so to a standstill. No
serious injuiy resulted thanks to tho
dating act of Mr. Ward.
Tho Chicago Library Club, composed
mainly of tho librarians and library
workers of tho city, has lately taken
special Intel est In tho establishment of
homo libraries among tho noor. somc-
I times In connection with tho various
1 settlements, but moro frequently In
districts not ns yet penetrated by read
ing room stations ot tho public library.
Tho Carlisle Indian School band
played nt tho Will to House tccently.
It will soon leave for the Paris Expo
sition. It has recently been augmented
by tho addition of a number of solo
ists from tho various Indian schools.
Among theso Is an Indian girl, who Is
a graduate of tho Iioaton Conservatory
ot Music and who Is said to bo an ex
cellent performer on the violin.
Summer schools nt German universi
ties nro spreading. Tho pioneer Is tho
llttlo Unlveslty of Grelfswnld, In Po
raeranlu, which opened summer courses
for teachers and others In 1894. Last
year tho attendance of men nnd wo-"-
R8 450, Including many foreigners.
Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machines
Also Hand Sowing Machines of dflfdrent makes.
New Lamps and Fittings
Japanese Flower Pots and Jardlner6s,
Cheap to close out, for new stock coming.
Garland Stoves and Ranges,
The best sellers in the market.
Toilet Sets, newost patterns and tb apes.
Also, new Dinne, ware, stock patterns and shapes.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Fort St. Art Rooms.
MONEY FOB YOU.
Thl lll 1rtrnt ru II yri .' tVtctnJiint ot
nv unt of itii.unJs it tninfjri litnlll he
n,uhcy r rktite it I o In clunui).
A crirplfte lll i( rr$on hohvelltnony or
tktitct oitic vilurul
Th heir, ot which irenow surP' '& to b In th United
SiatM Mil ho rrf nt wlwiratnuti r unknown.
You many have mcny, heirdom, or estates
WAITING FOR YOU.
It Is noi jurrrn'nf. that In a reputation so va$
anJ amcinr; a pei ol cm.taln rK families which can
trace rack their anieM y t r eniurl. t. that evm with
families nt no norWr ramlhcailnnsaraextraordl
na.y. the ties ot ielat.. :Wn nltm varying trom
Peers to Peasants, thui;h !l srrlnglne from one
tree. The ai.nuun. etm-n that iriere Is near yjx..
ooo.oooin monevanJeat.K 'Inir a-begging sounds
a little extravagant Put it win not appear so extraor
dinary when It isr.m. ruber, d that me amount Is bas
ed on a rrgloered atphatKllcal list "I persons who
have h en aiv.tlls.d lor all ovrr the world since the
belnnlngot the century, in ludlng clwncery heirs,
next ot kin, and legatees of persons who have died
Intestate In Great Urlt.ln. bumpe. me.ca and the
Hrltlsh colonies. The main sources of unclaimed
monies are: unclaimed olvlden t on Government
srocks: dormant lu.ds In thancery: Army and Navy
Prue Money: Estates of persons whn have died Intes
tate without known next-of-kin: unclaimed dividends
In bankruptcy; yeneral unclaimed dividends and un
claimed bark deposits. We are also prepared to
lurnlsh certificates ot Ulnns. Ia'n ana marriages
and official CitH or Coat of Arms of your family
We are the only firm In Arr erica who make i special
ty ol establishing claims ot hclrs-at-law and next-of-
kn" WE ASK NO FEE
Until claim has been settled.
Enclose five a cent Am. rlcan stamps or ten cents In
silver for nailing, wrapping, etc., and we will send
you a book containing full Information FREE.
Wilte and see If you ale among the lucky ones.
The llclra At-Lnw Collection Co.
loth ard Chesnut streets, St. Louis. Mo.
Perclval Adams. M. A L. L. t). Counselor-it-Law,
Hrltlsh Counsel tor the Company.
BY LAST STEAMER
Iff 1900 B. G. I.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
Flic Cycle & Ifi Co.
R. A. DEXTEP, Manager.
PEIt S. S. i.USTHALIA.
Just lauded u full lino of grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burtmnk and
red potatoes, .tates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern mid California
oysters (In tin and aboil,) turkeys.
chickens, ducks, quail. A .all Hue of
Amprlean MeniMmrMr Service, Ma
nonlo Temrle. Tel, 44i
OF THli LATEST.
THE BOOK STORE!
Golden Rule Bazaar
SIG FORT STREET.
"For the Freedom f the Sei"-by Brady.
" I he Mory of the Uoers" by Mot.tague
'Oom Paul's People by Hlllegas "
"Ca. t Jackman" bv Clark Kusell
"The Sign of the CroS!"-by Wilson
"Stranger Than Flctlon"-by Albert Ross.
'The Naked Ttuth" bv Albert Ros.
"The World's Me-cy"-by author of
"The Silence of Dean Maltland"
"The Maker of Nations" by Boothbv.
"Foes In Ambush" by Capt. Chas.
"A Fatal Mlsunderstandlng"-by Helm
burg. "Two Daughters of One Race" by
"Agatha Webb"-by Anna K. Gren.
"The Greatest Glft"-by Marchmont.
And Hundreds of Other Popular and
Standard Books of the Day.
You can always find an Interesting book
816 FORT STREET.
Is coming. Cupid calls It cood and beautiful
No article of weirp.irtal.es of snmanv'ile Wearv
fiat terns and innkes .is ilnc iwlmv J'
When you see the new the old that you
thought beautiful grows stale. We have
just received ourneA' sp.lng stock and If
you don't say that they ae well when
you see 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 you will
stve money by buvlng ot us. These
goods must sell even if we Incur a war In
doln? so. Boys' and Men's Clothing,
I !n4rtl' if 1ml Man'. Cnmtr1.lH tlf
mean business. Call ind have a look.
Hotel street anJ cor. Hotel and
Telephone 67 and 96.
P. O. Box 558.
For Spring Wear,
Direct from New York.
A jaew lot just received.
BIISS 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 iiself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as pIso scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and i:ie work of
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an indepencejit power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, healing 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, o?
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 further information, prices, terms, etc., apply at
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA.
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best nf everything else. 15
REMOVAL NOTICE. "
Dr. W. . Galbraith
His office at d re'lddicr from the Hawaiian
Hotel to the house formrrlv orciinleil hv
t Dr. Raymond, cottier of Ueretanla and
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.: 2 to 4 p. m.j
1 7 to 8 p. in.
rirJII'i,ir i, I;3J2W
HAROLD T. HAYSEI D"N Is given
full power of attorney to act for me from
Lahalna, Mau , May 1st, 1900, 1523W2
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchasa In
Manoi Valley a beau Iful situated prope-tv
containing a'l the necesry essentials for
ahnmeste.dand where healthful cllma'e
and picturesque scenery are In the midst
of historic surroundlrgs and all In contact
with ImproveJ grounds, planted with
various foreign frul s as well as supplied
with fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii.
1'he acreage of 4514 acres In fee simple
and3Mj acres under long and favorable
Included In the lm rovements on the
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern
dwelling houst furnished with sanitary
and other convenlf nces; there Is also sit
uated thereon a roomy carriage shed and
The celebrated Walakeakua (Water of
the Gods) Falls Is In near proximity, and
the cool, clear, spaikllng water therefrom
Hows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity fot Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Imtrovement.
Fot further Information apply to J. H,
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, 1900. 149241
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist. Office, Kln street Stables;
Telephone io8j. Calls, day or night,
promptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness. 1464-: