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ftancis J. Berry,
.ATTO R N E Y - AT- LA W.
Love Building, Port St.
JA-i. 0. Atkinson and A. P. Judd, Jr.)
ATKINSON & JUDD,
Counsellors at Law.
JOEce over Bishop & Co.'s Dank, cor.
'4EM&amanu and Merchant Streets.
H MoOANTS STEWABT,
Counsellor at Law.
' JKrcss Dlock opposlto Catholic
darch, Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H. D SILL1MAN.
Jadd Building. Telephono 213
VARIES F. PETERSON
Attorney at Law and
jlttonioy anil Counsellor at
dace: In tho Occidental Hotol,
writer of King and Alakea Streets,
.. a Achl. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneys anil Oonnsolors
ttfflco No. 10 West King Street.
' P. M. BllOOKS.
Attorney at Law
Sprcckols Building, Fort Street.
5L A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK, FOUT STItEET.
Artemis. Physicians M Dentists.
Br. F. E. Coudert,
OF NEW YORK,
IRcretunla Street, opposite
iKJice Fours: 9:30a. m. to 12m.; 2-4
p. m.; 7 8 p. in.
atsldence: Engl side, Vineyard Street.
DltscnBc of Children
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street.
Hours; 8 to 4. Telephono 431.
E W, J. Galbrailh.
practice limited to Surgery and
Arnci and RESIDENCE: Beretanla nJ Alakea its
Ornci Hours: 9 to 10 a.m.; a to 4 r.M.-, j to s p.m.
R WALTER HOFFMANN.
2KBJSTANIA STREET, (opposlto tho
Telephone C10 P. O. Box C01.
OQce hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
B. .; 1 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
DRR. I. MOORE,
OQce; 202 Hotel Street.
OSce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
91. GORDON HO 'GINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, OEDQE
COTTAGE, corner Hotel and Richards
Streets. Ofllco hours: 9 to 11; 2 to 4;
7 to 8. Telephono 953.
9R. A. N. SINCLAIR
School Street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
1 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
Bnpjorted by Voluntary Contributions.
KREE TREATMENT to the Poor of
y Information aajo cards of ad
mission and to the service, etc., etc.,
ppiy at the
Third Floor. Progress Block.
Babecrtptlona may be left with J. F.
aextold. L. O. Abies or Dr. Sloggott.
Real Estate and Insurance.
LIFE and FTRE
AGENTS FOU ,
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston
Etna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURITIES .....
Ptttlculir attention clvtn to purcba.. and ttlt o(
Hawaiian bupt MOCK,
Eatttrn aal Forties Stockt
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cnl.
W. C . ACHI & CO.,
BroKcis ds Dealers
pgr We win Buy or i.e. deal Estate h
dlpnrtsof tho group.
Ey Wo will Silt Properties on Uocbol
OFFICE, 10 West King Strsei
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twolve Cklnoso Graulte Hitching
Posts, $6 uacIi.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LgT.
T. R. N10SSMAN
Real Estate Agen.
Searcher ol Titles . .
Rents collected. ,
' ? W. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hawaiian Stock Gichinc.
Molnorny Block, Fort Btruot.
OHAS. J. PALK,
Metnbor Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301, Judd Building.
P. E. B. BTKATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
FinanoWl Agint md Collector.
No. 0 Bethel St., near P. O.
JOHN H. SOPER
Stock and Bond Bra
116 Merchant Sfct.tt.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker
M.mfc.r ol tha Honolulu Stock Eicb.ni..
Ofllco Quoon stroet, opposlto unloL
T.l.pnona' ;o6 P O. Boa Ml.
112 Hotel Street.
KAPA, CALABASHES, LEIS. NA
TIVE HATS, HULA SKIRTS, NHHAU
MATS. FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Etc.,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on hand.
After March 26
PRINTING CO., LTD.
-WILL OCCUPY UP STAIRS,-
Cor. Fort and Queen Sts,
FlflE JOB ppTUIfj
.At Reasonable Prices
DISCUSSES HAWAIIAN I
In a special nrtlclo written for the
Denver llcpubllcnn, Senator Francis E.
Warren gives his views on Hawaiian
sulTrngo as follows:
Having lived for many years under
a Territorial form of government and
been thereby denied the right to vote
for President or presidential electors
until past 15 years of nge, I natmalty
take some Interest In legislation for
now territories, and especially lit ques
tions of citizenship and suffrage.
The bill providing a government for
Hawaii ns Introduced in the Senate,
made manhood suffrngo a fixed Insti
tution In the now Territory. This was
a new departuro from tho practlco that
has nlwnys been observed In tho for
mation of territorial governments by
tho Congress of the United States.
In order that we might, In establish
ing a territorial form of government
for Hawaii, conform to these practices,
I Introduced an nmendment which
would ennble the people of tho Terri
tory themselves to say whether or not
manhood stiffingo should bo n perma
nent Institution. This nmendment,
which was ndoptcd by the Senate, Is ns
"That tho Legislature of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii may, at any time after
January 1. 1903, submit to tho lawfully
uunllflctl voters of such Territory sttcji
Winners nttil mJHtriinB in tho (nulli
fications for electors as they nt.u
fit; nnd the samo being adopted by a
majority vote, taken In tho mode pre
scribed by tho Legislature, shnll be
valid and binding ns law."
Territorial government, If 1 under
stand Its genius and purpose, Is of a
provisional, probationary, but withal.
progressive sort, Intended to lend up
to full Statehood the locality to which
It is applied, tho organic act creating
and ndmltting a Territory being Its
charter, Its constitution.
Constitution Nut Itcutrtctlve.
Liberality has usually marked theso
aets, and tho later tho net, the more
liberal Its terms. This Is ns it should
be, and nccords with tho enlightenment
of the times. Our national organic act,
tho Constitution, It you pJcaso, is not
restrictive as to suffrage, and Its
amendments hnvo not been so. Indeed,
its fourteenth and fifteenth amend
ments are generous nnd munificent In
proclaiming liberty nnd freedom
throughout tho land. Tho States of
tills Union, with rnro exception, are
also moro and moro liberal with each
change of constitution nnd later sta
tute. Nor Is Increasing tolerance, free
dom of thought nnd action, nnd liberty
In suffrngo matters, confined to this
country or continent nor, Indeed, to
this hemisphere; but tho trend of
events everywhere Is in this direction.
Tho higher tho civilization tho greater
tho progress, as evidenced by our Anglo-Saxon
mother country, England,
In extending certain suffrage privileges
to her women.
In tho Hawaiian bill, as first intro
duced, wo would appear to bo moving
backward. Liberty for, and confidence
In, our now people seem sadly lacking..
Tho mfnsurrs proposed by this bill re
garding tho qualifications for suffrage
seemed to bo n departuro from tho cus
toms and traditions of our government
in the admission of Territories to
Statehood. All of tho Territories that
have been admitted to Statehood for
CO ycais, while prescribing who shall
voto at tho first election, hnvo not pre
sumed to deny the rlglit of tho people
within such Territory to proscrlbo tho
qualifications for voters at nil subse
quent elections. Even Texas, admitted
r3 years ago, and with n population
containing n largo percentage of for
eign blood, wns thus liberal.
The organic act of Wyoming, admit
ted as a Territory In 18C9, provides ns
"That every male citizen of tho
United States above tho ago of 21
years and Including persons who shall
havo declared their Intention to be
como citizens of tho United States,
who shall have been n resident of tho
said Territory at tho tlmo of tho pass
age of this act, shall be entitled to voto
nt tho first and nil subsequent elections
In the Territory, nnd shall bo cllglblo
to hold any ofllco In said Territory; tho
legislative assembly shall not nt any
time nbridgo tho right of suffrage, or to
hold ofllco, on account of race, color or
previous condition of servitude of nny
resident of the Territory."
Under thu act every malo citizen, or
0110 who had declared his intention to
becomo such, over 21 years of ago, was
permitted to voto at tho first election;
wns guaranteed that ho could so vote
at subsequent elections; nnd that tho
terms were not restricted Is best shown
In tho fact that tho first Leglslaturo of
Wyoming extended the suffrngo to tho
women of tho Territory nnd they havo
voted nt each and every election since,
municipal, state nnd national.
No Suffrage Privilege.
Woman suffrngo was Incorporated In
tho constitution of tho State, ratified
by the peoplo of tho State, and made a
national statute by Congress In incor
porating in tho law of admission tho
constitution of tho State. Tho organic
acts of other Territories' wero equally
liberal, so that, leaving for a moment
tho educational, property and other re
strictions proposed In tho orlulnal Ha
waiian measure, vo find for tho first
tlmo In our history an organic net pro
posed for a Territory that leaves Its
citizens and voters no privilege of ex
tending suffrngo to women, though
ovcry othor Territory nnd ovcry State
has had and now has that privilege;
and this, too, following almost Immedi
ately ofter ono Territory availed ltsolf
of this prlvllego during tho entire term
of its political life, and that four
States, most of them early In their or-
a. i WlSLUNliBDAY, MAY
gaiiizntlon, havo by an overwhelming
vote of their citizens, nnd In thrco of
them where men nlono could voto at
the tlmo, endorsed tho wisdom, nnd
made possible tho fact, of equal suf
frage, Nor Is woman suffrage confined to
the four States Just mentioned, but It
Is, In n way, becoming universal. In
this country while equal suffrage Is en
Joyed In but four Stntes, partial suf
frage Is extended to sixteen. In some
of these it Is permitted on educational
questions alone; In others on munici
Tho Territory of Hawaii has at tho
present time an American citizenship
which Is ndvanccd, cultured, self-reliant,
nnd cnpablo of Bclf-govcrnmont
to the fullest extent. This citizenship
Is not confined to one sex, nnd the wo
men of tho Territory hnvo borno their
share of the work of making Hawaii
the "l'atadlsc of tho Pacific."
1 havo been In favor of extension to
tho fullest possible extent of home rule
to tho people of our Territories, nnu
leaving aside tho question of granting
suffrngo to women, tho amendment I
proposed to the hill expressed my fixed
Ideas on this subject. The proposition
of unchangeable manhood suffrage con
tained In tho bill presents n grave
question ns to whether tho power to
dcflno nnd regulate suffrngo shall bo
if im, tlin Stntes and Territories,
to whom It originally belonged, or bo
assumed by tho national Congress.
Every thoughtful mnn will see nt
once the Importance of this distinction,
nnd will recognlro that tho power to
say who shall voto and under what con
ditions, Is one of the first nnd grand
est attributes of th csovcrclgnty nnd
dignity and safety of tho States and
Territories, the very essence of homo
rulo and self-government. Every con
sideration of policy nnd good govern
ment warns us to ndhcro to tho tradi
tions and institutions of tho founders
of our government In this respect, nnd
not to fasten upon Its wonderful new
Territory an unchanging condition of
subjection for n portion of its citizen
OOM PAUL'S OLIVE BRANCH.
Tho Hague, May 2. Tho Boer dele
gates, Fischer and Wolmarans, left to
day for Rotterdam en routo to tho
United Stntes. A great crowd bado
them farewell nt the Btntlon. Tho dele
gates mado short speeches, thanidng
tho populace for tho kindly reception
extended by "tho people united to them
by bonds of race and religion."
Mr. Fischer told your correspondent
that tho object of their visit to tho
United Stntes wns to nppeal to thf.
Government nnd people, In order to
sccuro a re-establlshmcnt of pence. Ho
said that they were going In order to
rectify erroneous opinions, and mnico
tho truth known, by which it would
bo seen that tho Boers had not brought
on the war, but desired only peace and
tho tranquil possession of Indepen
dence which wits ns dear to them vi to
1 o American people. Ho said that ho
know nothing regarding tho statements
that they would not bo received official
ly by tho Government.
After tho fnrowcll visits to Mlnlstars
Plerson nnd Do Beaufort, the Boer dele
gates started this afternoon for Rot
terdam, on their way to tho United
States. The delegates will sail tomor
row. In responso to n question ns to
how tho refusal of Secretary Hny to
receive them nt Washington would
uffect their mission, Mr. Fischer said:
"Wo know absolutely nothing. Wo
hnvo seen It In tho papers, but wo can
say nothing more.
Yunkec Conl for RuhhIii.
Philadelphia, May 3. Tho British
steamer Accomnc has been chartered to
load 3,500 tons of anthracite coal at
this port for Cronstndt, Russia, nt the
rate of 17 shillings a ton. This charter
calls for June shipment and will be the
first of n lnrgo quantity of coal that is
about to he shipped from hero to Rus
sian ports In tho Baltic sen. So far as
can bo recalled tho cargo will bo the
first anthraclto coal over shipped to
Russia, bituminous coal having been
tho call heretofore. Recently large
quantities of bituminous conl have
been shipped to Italy and France.
A splendid pair of antleis,
which would make soms one
a fine hallway decoration as a
Is offered for sale by
110 Hotel street,
sonic Temrle. Tel. 44i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI
tho tenth assessment of ten (10) per
cent on tho capital stock of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit ft Land Companj
will bo duo and payable to J, H
Fisher, Treasurer, at 41 Fort trai
(upstairs,) Honolulu, on the 2d daj
of April Inst, The shares upon wnick
an assessment may remain unpaid at
ter thirty days from said date, will tx
J. A. OILMAN.
Secretary H. It. T. ft L Oo
Honolulu, April 2d, 1D00.
Wm. U, Ibwi-
HONOLULU , . H.I
San rrancitco Agenlttiir. Nevau
National Bank op San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Novadn Natloim
Bank of Snn Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of Londi.i
New York Amorlcan Exchange Nr
Chicago Morcbants National Bank
Paris Crodlt Lyonimls.
Berlin Dresdnor Bank.
Honkono and Yokohama nonk.ng ,i
Shnnghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bant
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank
British North Amorlu.
Transact a General Banking aniEicliaiizeBiiiuW
Depolats Received. Loans mado on Ap
6 roved Security. Commercial and Traveltrl
redlts leaned, Bills of Exchange bought
CoiLBCTiom Promptly Acootnrrap F01
- Established 1868
Transact a General Bnnkini
.lid Exchange Business.
Ocuinicrciol and Travolor
-nftnra of Credit issued, nvaH
ble in all the principal chic
Jntoreat allowed after Job
1,1808, on fixed dopositP J
iiwrnlliB ii per eont., G inonil.i
3J per cent., 12 niontlip
Savings Deposits will b
received and Interest allowod by thlt
Bank at four and one-half per eont.
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application
Ofllco at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
Pioneer Building ano
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1899, 112,677.K
Money loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly deposit!
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twentieth Serl - of Stock Is no
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. B. Rose, Vico President; O. B
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, S. B
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henrj
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. B
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. QEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
QiUce Hours: 12:301:30 p. n.
UJG iohairia Specie Ban
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yon 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000
The Bank buys and receive! for eo)
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Dr&fti
and Letters of Credit, and tranueti
a goneral banking buslneit,
On Find Deposit tor n nontni, tpu chi , ,
On Flid Deposit for 6 monttu, i
On Find Dtpotlt for 1 boi, j
By tho Hui Qtkt, at Yokohiaa, on Currant D
otlt, i a-ia Btr day,
Oa f-ixftt Dtpoalt for ia months, 5X par cant p. a,
im Itecnbllc MMi in" tn si, Hoiolsli
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capita Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - - $48,860
W. O. Aohl President & Manager
M. K. Nakulna Vlco President
J. Makainai Treasurer
Enoch Juhnton "Seoiotirto
vauu, u, jcou ...AUUllOr
BOARD OF .DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
Tho above Company will buy, lease,
or soil lands In all parts of tho Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1 1489-yl
I INCORPORATID UNDER THE LAW!
IOP TUB HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSl
Chab. M. Cooke, Prosldont.
P. O. Jonks, Vico-Prosldent
0. H. Cooke, Cashlor,
F. C. Atiiehton, Assistant Caslder,
F. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
J A. MoCandles.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
poratlons, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly nttond to all
business connoctod with banking on
trusted to it. Soil and purchaso Foreign
Exchange, Issue. Letters of Crodlt.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary and Term Donoslts rocelvod.
and lntorost allowed In accordance with
rulos and conditions printed In Pa'-i-books,
coplos of which may bo had ur. n
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of thi
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOnj.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vlco-Presldent
W. G. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd HacrAtnn
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark V
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. O
Cooper and 11. M. Von Holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan an 4
Now York J. & W. Seligman ft Com
pany. London Tho Anglo-Callfornla
Paris Socletle Gcnerale.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft Jora
pany. Hongkong and Yokonama Tka
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia The Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of MontreaL
Berlin Gerbrudcr Meyer.
Exchange bought and aold Letter!
Credit issued on all parts of the
Arlington Block, - Hotol Street.
Joseph Fernandez, Protft
KEEP THE HEAD COOL and thi
feet warm Is the advice given by all th
doctors In time of epidemics of any kind.
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer Is the best to
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
!? foral? bv.,a" druggists and at tha
Union Barber Shop; Telephone 606.
The . . .
Comer Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
F1 ,,tro- Jdrauc Tower Transmission!
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offloo neyt to Pa ..aioe. 122s
J MES T. TAYLOR,
M. Am. Soc. C. E.
1 n'-fe-ialk :,','