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runllaued i:voty Day, except Sunday,
at 210 King struct. Honululu, II. 1.,
nt.t.r.TtN pinii.iHttiNn company.
m. R. PAItUlNaTON Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Killtor
FRIDAY AiAY 11, 1000.
Remember tho Precinct meeting to
nlEbt "This Is the time for nil meii to .umo
lo the aid of the Party."
Whether Territorial Day falls on tho
lllh or l."th of Juno U referred to tho
rommlttee on tho end of the century
That Territorial Day must bo cele
brated Is carried by a unanimous vote.
The ilUcrgcncc of opinion na to tho
best time and method for making tho
event memorable bIiowh the necessity
for a mass meeting of business men to
reach nn understanding nnd provide
for enthusiastic nnd united action on
The nppolntmcnt of Henry E. Cooper
as Secretary of tho Territory Is little
enough recognition of tho patriotic nnd
able services rendered tho nation by
him. Hnvlng failed to uphold
Mr. Cooper for the position on tho Su
preme bench which his ability and
standing merited, It has been hoped by
many that tho local authorities would
place him In the position of Superin
tendent of Public Works, provided Mr.
Young refuses to remain In public
Tho proposition that tho celebration
of the Fourth of July should be slight
ed becauso small boys In tho Stitcs
don't know why they eelcbrnt" Is in
lccd a pun erf ill American arguiucut.
Hawaii has never been Indifferent to
the Amcilcnn tiatnl day, nnd It 111 be
comes the peoplo of this Terrltoiy to
pas3 tho national anniversary with pes
simistic Indifference, tho y?ar Hawaii
formally takes Its placo In tho Ameri
can Union nnd when every eltUon of
Hawaii Is an American citizen.
THE PEOPLE PLEASED.
Tho enterprise of tho Bulletin In se
curing for tho people of tho Island3
tho complete Territorial law Immedi
ately upon Its enactment Is highly ap
preciated by tho people. With tho nu
merous changes mado from tlmo to
tlmo by tho Scnato, House nnd In the
conference committees tho exact details
of tho bill wcro unknown to tho major
ity of our citizens. Only thoso who
through private correspondence had
kept In touch with tho drift of attain
In Washington wcro fully Informed on
tho character of the bill when it went
to tho President for signature. By
keeping close watch of tho tlmo of
steamers sailing from San Francisco
the Bulletin's Washington corres
pondent was nblo to forward tho llnnl
conference commltteo bill by tho Aus
tralia and make such additions as wcro
necessary by telegraph. Thus tho peo
ple of Hawaii received tho law by
which they will be governed, as soon as
it was In tho hands of tho local olll
cluls who will govern.
IMPORTANT WORK TONIGHT.
No previous engagement except birth,
marrlago or deatn should be allowed
to deter any ncpubllcan of this city
from attending tho precinct meetings
tonight. It Is upon tho honest, enthu
siastic work done at these meetings
that tho success of tho Party will de
pend. Tho men selected tonight will
have a strong in.iucnco In attracting or
estranging votes. Tno selection of fair
minded, liberal nominees will havo nn
important inhuenco on the number of
names that will be enrolled under tho
Class or factional strlfo must bo
kept In tho background. Men who will
give staunch nmf unhesitating support
to Republican principles, who do not
represent tho bitter enmities of tho
past must bo put forward. If It is hop
ed to attract to tho party, thoso citi
zens not Intimately acquainted with
American party organizations or tho
spirit with which loyal Republicans
cast asldo pctsonal prejudices and opin
ions In their support of broad party
principles nnd tho action of tho major
ity. Thcro aro capable, honest nnd strong
men who havo been actively aa
boclatcd with past antagonisms, whoso
personal Integrity, loyalty to Republi
can principles, and whoso capacity for
party leadership cannot bo questioned.
Such men will bo selected as tho nomi
nees of tho party if tho efforts of tho
rank and file are to meet with a fair
degree of success.
Whatever tho decision of tho major
ity, no action should bo acrried through
the default of a slnglo Republican
voter to be present nnd support his
opinion by voice and ballot
UTAH MINI1 HORROR.
Salt Lake, Utah, May 2. A special
to the Trlbuno from Scofleld, at B
o'clock says the estlmato of dead Is
now raised to 250. Up to noon 149 bod
ies had been brought out. Three hun
dred nnd ninety-eight men entered tho
mine for work yesterdny morning, nnd
n grent majority of these havo perish
ed. It will not bo surprising If tho to
tal death flguics aggregate 300. The
relief force Is being organized Into two
shifts, nnd the one now In the mine
has fifty bodies to bring out. Arriving
trains are bringing relatives df tho vic
tims from nil points.
Tho theory of Bishop Pnrmeley ns to
tho causa of tho nccldcnt Is that some
of the Finns recently Imported secretly
took Riant powder down Into the mine
to assist them In their work. They
wcro exceedingly nnxlous to make n
good showing nnd ns much money ns
possible, ns It Is thought that this form
of exploslvo wns used In order that
great bodies of coal could bo more eas
ily dislodged. It Is thought that when
tho giant powder was touched off It
Ignited some of tho dust, of which
every coal mlno in tho country has
more or less.
Inquiry among tho miners disclosed
tho fact that they entertained various
opinions regarding tho terrible affair,
some being exceedingly bitter In their
denunciation of the company, and oth
ers took n more conservative view ol
tho matter nnd said it was one of thoso
things over which no man has control,
nnd for which no man or men should
be held responsible
MAItRIAGli OP MISS DOWER.
A romanco which recalls tho visit of
the First California Volunteer Regi
ment to Honolulu, culminated yester
day afternoon in the marriage of Her
thelet H. Hawks, son of N. C. Hawks
of tho California Camera Co., nnd Miss
Mary Cordon Dower, a Honolulu belle.
The couple becamo acquainted when
Mr. Hawks visited the Islands eight
years ago. Tho friendship was renew
ed when he again went to Honolulu In
ISflS as a sergeant of Co. V, of the
Klrst California, and before tho regi
ment left for Manila tho engagement
Mlsa Dower arrived hero yestorday
on tho Australia, and was met at tho
wharf by tho groom, his brother, John
G. Hawks, and Miss Charlotto K. Ro
wcn. Tho party were driven to St.
Luke's church, and wcro married by
tho Rev. V. A. M. Brock, assistant rec
tor of tho parish. Miss Rowcu was
bridesmaid nnd John G. Hawks was
best man. Mr. and Mrs. Hawks will
make their homo In Newman, Stanis
laus county, whero Mr. Hawks Is en
gaged In business. San Francisco
EXCITING TENNIS GAMES.
Following arc tho results of yester
day's tennis matches, tho second round
In tho present tournament.
S. G. Wilder vs. 11. F. Ucnrdmorc,
Wilder wins, 8-6, G-4.
P. M. Lnnsdnlo vs. 13. H. Paris, Lans-
dale wins, C-3, C-i.
E. R. Adams vs. A. L. Castle, Adams
wins, C-3, 7-5.
F. C. Atherton vs. Donnld Ross, Ath
erton wins, C-0, 6-4.
P. C. Atherton vs. A. T. Drock, not
played nnd set for 4 p. m. today on the
Pacific Tennis Club courts.
O. P. Wilder vs P. M. Lansdalo and
E. R. Adams vs F. C. Atherton or A. T.
Drock, set for Saturday afternoon at 4
p. m. on tho P. T. C. courts. Tho finals
will probably bo played on tho samo
day. Charles Elston, winner of last
year's singles, will piny tho winner of
this year's tournament at tho conclu
sion of tho ladles' finals.
FOR NATATORIUAl FUND.
Tho first of tho scries of basket ball
games at tho V. M. C. A. will bo played
in the gymnasium tomorrow evening,
beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Admission
will bo fifteen cents, tho proceeds to go
toward swelling tho natatorlum fund.
iiaskct ball games will bo played
every Saturday night for six weeks.
After tomorrow night thcro will bo two
games each night. Tho competing
teams tomorrow night will bo tho
Mallc-lllinns and Y. M. C. A's.
A meeting will bo held In tho Y. M.
C. A. this evening for tho organization
of the teams.
Taking With Crmnpx.
Captain Hay of tho AorangI had a
very serious tlmo while In port Wed
nesday night. Ho went up In tho di
rection of tno electric light works on
Alakca street and, on starting back to
ward tho Pacific Mall wharf, was at
tacked with cramrs in tho legs. The
hour being late, there was no ono
pround on whom ho could call for help
and so tho captain was forced to crawl
to tho wliaif.
Pilot Macaulay, who was waiting to
tnko tho AorangI out got to work at
onco and gavo tho captain's legs a good
massage. After a llttlo ho tried to get
to the gangplank but had another spell
beforo mounting It. Ho was finally got
ten aboard whero tho ship's surgeon
took charge, of him,
So Intcnso was tho pain at ono time
that Captain Hay was sure ho was go
ing to die.
Missouri's Name Changed.
San Francisco, May 3. Tho Missouri
has been renamed tho Egbert, In honor
of Colonel Harry C. Egbert, killed in
tho Phlllpincs. Tho Lcelanaw sailed
from Manila for San Francisco April
28th. The Grant arrived In Manila
April 30th. Tho Logan will sail for
Manila tho middle of the month, and
the Sherman is scheduled to sail for
Manila Juno 1st.
EVERY REPUDLICAN SHOULD BE
AT THE PRECINCT MEETING TO
NIGHT AT 7:30.
Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machines
Also Hant Sewing Machines of different makes.
New Lamps and Fittings
ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST
Japanese Flower Pots and'Jardlneres,
Cheap to close out, for new stock coming.
Garland Stoves and Ranges
The best sellers in the market.
Toilet Setr, newest patterns and abapes.
A Iso, new Dinneiware, stock-patterns and shapes.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Fort St. Art Rooms.
BY LAST STEAMER
FRESH FROA THE
FACTORY . .
Iff 1900 B. G. I.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
Pacific Cycle & Ift Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
EULERS' BLOCK, - FORT FT
0 3XT ICE
IN CANS, ATTJIK
BEAVER LUJICH r00!$,
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
An Important meeting of the Kamalo
s'ockholdeis will re held In poster Hall
vover Lovej ly & Co.S), Nuuanu street, en
Situr'ay evening, Alay 12 1000, at 7:30
1528 J H. R. HITCHCOCK.
All parties havine merchandise 'n s'ore
at the Qua-antlne Warehouse ate request
ed to have the same removed at once, as
the said wareh 11 e Is to be discontinue
on SaturJay, May 12th.
Honolulu, May 10, icco. 528tj
Frederick W. Hankey,
attorney - at- law.
Love Building, Fort St.
Rooms 4 and $.
LET NOTHING INTERFERE WITH
YOUR ATTENDANCE AT THE PRE
THE -BOOK -STORE!
Golden Rule Bazaar
ttlG FORT STREET.
New Boots-New Pub!
"For the Freedom f the Sea" by Brady.
"1 he Story of the Boers" by Montague
'Oom Paul's People by Hlllegas "
"Catt Jackman" by Clark Rusell
"The Sign of the Cross,"-by Wilson
"Stranger Than Fiction" by Albert Ross.
"The Naked Tiuth" by Albert Ros.
"The World's Mercy"-by author of
"The Silence of Dean Maltland."
"The Maker of Nations" 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 and
Standard Books of the Day.
You can always find an Iptereitlng book
316 FORT STREET.
Is coming. Cupid calls It good and beautiful
No article of we ir partakes of so manv
patterns and makes as does neckwear.
When you see the new the old that you
thought beautiful erows stale. We hav
just received our new sp.lng stock and If
you don't say that they a.e swell when
you see them we will qu t Importing.
WE ARE NOT exactly selling nur
goods at auction, but we are doing the
next best thing by selling them at greatly
reduced prices. It Is not our habit to earrv
goods over from one season to another,
so we must sell our remnants of sizes at
once, and at such prices that you will
save money by buying of us. These
goods must sell even If we Incur a war In
doln? so. Boys' and Men's Clothing,
Underwear and Men's Furnishings. We
mean business. Call ind have a look.'
9'ii Hotel street and cor. Hotel and
Telephone 67 and 96.1
P. O. Box 958.
For Spring Wear,
Direct from New York.
A aew 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 Ataxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself .inartistic 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 placed in the hands ol
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighling, 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, oi
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone thai
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 of everything else.
Dr. W. J. Galbraith
His office and residence frrm the Hawaiian
Hotel to the house formerly occupied by
iur. naymona. corner of lieretanla and
Hours: 9 to 10 a. in.; 2 to 4 p. m.;
7 to 8 p. m.
Tph"ll JI04 ll)-w
HAROLD T. HAYSELDEN Is Riven
full power of attorney to act lor me from
UhalruMau:, May 1st, 10. isajwa
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase In
Manoa Valley a beau'lful situated prope'tv
containing all the necessary esentlals for
a homesteid and where healthful cllmatt
and picturesque scenerv are In the midst
of historic surroundings and all In contact
vuth Improved grounds, planted with
various foreign frul s as well as supplied
with fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii.
The acreage of 45.64 acres In fee simple
and 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included In the Imrrovements on th
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern
dwelling house furnished with sanitary
and other conveniences; 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, spatkllng water therefrom
flows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity foi Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Improvement.
Foi further Information apply' to J. H,
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, 1900. 14924
T. B, Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist. Office, King itrett. Stables;
Telephont 1083. Calls, day or night,
promptly aniwtnd; apMlaltto, obstitrlca
and lamtotM. 1464-tt
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