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TEE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MAX 17, '1900.
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.MAY 17, 1900.
Opening the burned plnguo dlHtrlcts
Is good news lo tho business men who
haro been forced to bear heavy losses.
As to tho possibility of further danger
tho pcoplo hope for the best.
llnvlng organized on a resolution
plan leaving the appointment of a com
mittee, to tho chairman, It necessarily
follows that the Democrats of Hawaii
nro machlno made politicians.
lo ono is surprised when tho odlclal
organ espouses a campaign of "wealth
and Intelligence.' 'as against tho voice
of the people. Honest hearted work
lngnien are quick to appreciate tho mo
tives of the organ of factional strlfo.
The enrollment ns voters of Hawa
iian born Chinese, who come Into
American citizenship through the
broad terms of the Territorial law,
ndds nn Interesting Item to Hawaii's
politics. Tho day Is not fnr distant
when Jnpancso will bo numbered on
While tho eclcbrators of Admission
Day will do well to distribute copies of
the Declaration of Independence nnd
tho Constitution of tho United Stntcs,
It certainly devolves upon tho govern
ment to placo these documents at tho
disposal of every citizen. Whllo pub
lishing tho Territorial law tho oftlclals
should also spread abroad the gospel of
American political faith In both tho
English and Hawaiian language.
Tho enrollment commltteo of tho
Second Precinct meeting has made n
slight error In announcing that tho
Friday night meeting In Independence
Hall Is for tho "election of a delegate."
Delegates to tno district convention
will bo elected at the polls open from
i to 6 o'clock next Saturday afternoon
Precinct clubs havo authority to nomi
nate, no more, no less. Every voter
has tho recognized right 16 cast his
ballot and havo It counted for any
Republican he may favor.
Republican voters should remember
that tho enrollment In all tho precincts
docs not closo until G o'clock Satur
day evening, when tho polls closo.
This was clearly outlined In tho call of
tho general committee. Do not be nils
led by thoso who gain personal ends
by seeking t ocreato tho Impression
that tho enrollment has already neon
closed. Tho purposo of so-called Re
publicans who would keep Hnwallnna
and Portuguese from tho precinct vot
ing havo already become, apparent.
Tho American pcoplo In their early
national history found that tho wealth
of Intelligence purchased and figured In
dollars nnd cents was n mighty cheap
nrtlcle. Tho history of tho nation up
to tho present day has not only proved
tho wisdom of the forefathers but has
becomo tho foundation on which popu
lar mandates aro based. Tho voice of
tno pcoplo rings high nnd strong nbovo
tho pessimistic harping nrroganco of
thoso who sign tho roll of "wealth
bought Intelligence." Hawaii will not
bo found so far different from other
American territories. Equality of
manhood is the corner stono of Ameri
Whnt has becomo of tho now China
town street system? Is all the aglta
i.on In fact tho universally recognized
demand for wider streets and moro of
them In tho Chinatown district to fur
nish another paving stono tn Hono
lulu's hell of good Intention? Is tho
Now Honolulu to have an old China
town with tho exception of such refor
mation as tho new sanitary regulations
of tho Health Board may accomplish?
Honolulu finds Itself today with
Chinatown thrown open, tiro limits not
extended nnd property owners freo to
build on tho old street lines which It
must bo admitted aro wholly Inade
quate to proporly nccommodato tho
traffic of what was and will doubtless
over be ono of tho most thickly popu
lated districts of tho city. The crowd
ing of the district wlil unquestionably
become a more serious question than In
days gono by. Property holders arc
following tho prlnclplo of American
progress; erecting not only better
buildings but larger. In n small way
Honolulu will have tho Now York
problems on their hands where the con
struction of sky scrapers has centered
business trnfllc to such an extent that
tho street blockades nro the rule. Hono
lulu Is not New York, but by falling to
tako advantage of the opportunity for
Btrect widening, It Is rebuilding upon a
foundation proved to bo dangerous to
tho progress of tho entire municipality.
Under the circumstances Honolulu
must depend upon tho public spirit of
tho Chinatown property holders. Alex
ander Young and the Bishop estate
have set an cxamplo In street construc
tion that ought to And a ready follow
ing among property owners of tho
burned district. Tho business pollry
which prompts Mr. Young and the
Bishop estate to devote a largo portion
of tho most valuablo property of tho
city to street purposes Is hound from
every standpoint. In no section will
Its advantages be more apparent than
tho new Chinatown. If tho hnnds of
tno Government nro tied let tho proper
ty owners demonstrntn that they hnvo
n lively appreciation of tho necessities
of tho future. Klro proof blocks sot
well back from tho present street lines
Is what tho situation demands.
FEDERATION OF CHARITIES
Tho minimi tnretlnc nf tlin AH!nplnt.
cd Charities wns held yesterday nt Y.
M. U. A. hall. Reports were presented
by Mrs. Ucrcer. mannccr. nnd Oeo. 11.
Mrs. Ilcrgcr Bays: "Slnco tho ofllco
of tho Associated Charities wns opened
last August there hnvo been ICG appli
cations for assistance and 5 recurrent
cases, making a total of 181. Of these
98 wero single men, 14 wcro slnglo wo
men and 11 wero families. Altogether
3.10 persons wore represented. 1m-
meuinio rener lias uecn given to 75 per
sons nnd situations have been found
for r0. Sixty persons have been cloth
ed and 2S0 meals hnvo been furnished,
ihere have been more than 1,200 otllco
Interviews, 07 visits of Investigation,
and 81 regular visits.
"The Associated Charities hns dis
pensed for immcdlnto relief, $109.80,
nnd for tho Strangers Friend Society,
J7G4.G0; for the American Relief Fund,
$305, nnd prlvato donations to the
amount of $31, making a total or
"The membership to date Is 120, and
tho number of societies ainilating 14.
"Of tho 44 families that havo applied
for relief 20 aro now self-supporting, 7
wcro found not needy, or unworthy,
nnd tho others aro regularly cared for
by tho various societies."
Tho treasurer reports: "Receipts:
Subscriptions Goo Kim, $2; per S. IJ.
Dole, $1; Yco Chum, 25 cents; P. King
Chong, 25 cents: W. G. Irwin, $100: C.
M. Cooke. 1100: J. n. PnaHn inn- Mrs
J. P. Cooke, $20; Miss Paulding, Kokua
&cnooi, $3j ueo. i Kenton, $25; T.
Mny. $100; Peter High, CO cents; Hack
fold & Co., $1,000; L. Ahlo, $2C; S. U.
Dolo. $50: Mrs. J. n. Timlin Sin- Xlra
N. M. White, $10; J. D. Atherton, $100;
h. K Dillingham, $100; M. Robinson,
$100; E. F. Illshop, $50; T. R. Walker,
$50: F. W. Maefnrlnno. S.in? Ifnfnlnnl
School. $8: Central Union filmrrli.
$151; J. A. Hopper, $10; II. Wnter-
hoiibe, $100; Mis. Mary Castlo, $15;
Mrs. C. D. Castle. tiCt: n. l PnnHo
$100; donation, $10; total, $2,353.
Membcrshll) fees. S435: Interest. ?!
Grand totnl, $2,812.
Disbursements: General rnllnf Sf? .
20; emergency roller, $20.CO: maintain
ing Victoria Hospital, $399.81: ofllco
expenses, $14.80; furniture, $51.25:
rent, ?180.C5; supplies, $SC75; tele
phone, $10; salary manager, $950; man
ager's expenses to San Francisco, $300;
totnl, $2,U2.0G. Cash on hnnd May
lCth, 1900. $GG9.91."
President Dolo read a well prepared
paper, tho motlvo of which nppears In
tins closing paragraps:
"I would anneal to nil Intnrnntoil In
tills Sllblect tn thrnw Hiplr Indnnnn
nnd financial support strongly In favor
of a strict and radical fight against
pauperism to tho end that It may bo
eradicated, and that Honolulu may bo
a city freo from tho, rcproacn nnd In
jury which will bo llxcd upon It If va
grants nnd habitual mendicants be
como a permanent fcaturo of our so
Word of Caution.
Tho President of tho Hoard of
Health has Issued tho following pro
cautlonniy letter to tho practicing phy
sicians of Honolulu:
Honolulu, II. I., Mny 15, 1900.
Dear Doctor: A case of smallpox
was removed to nuarantlnn from tlin it
. S. A. T. Solnco yesterday. You aro
inereioro nntiiini tn rennrf nrnmniv
to tho Hoard of Health any caso of
eruptive revcr coming under your no
tlco within tho noxt thirty days.
Yours very respectfully,
C. 11. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
Dr. Day Resigns.
Dr. Wood announced yesterday,
when Dr. Cooper was elected a 'member
or tno uonru or Health, that tho reslg
, nation of Dr. Day from tho Board was
permanent. Tho matter had been talk-
cd over between them beforo Dr. Day'H
, departure and they had concluded that
It was not practicable for both mem
' bora of tho llrm to ho connected with
tho Board of Health.
Gonsalves, photographer, Berotanla
near Alapal Is giving away ono 1Gx20
crayon portrait with $5 worth of pho
Wiicox & Gibbs Sewing Machines
Also Hand Sewing Machines of different makes.
New Lamps and Fittings
ASSORTMENT OH THE LATEST
Japanese Flower Pots and Jardlneres,
Cheap to close out, for new stock coming.
Garland Stoves and Ranges
The best sellers
Toilet Sets, newest pallets and cuapes.
Iso, new Dinneiware, stock patterns and shapes.
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
Fort St. Art Rooms.
BY LAST STEAMER
FRESH FROM THE
FACTORY . .
Iff 1900 B. G. I.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
1 Cycle & MTg Go.
R. A. DEXTbK, Manager.
KHLKRS' BLOCK, - FORT ST
Tuesday evening, Slay 22, 1900, nt
tho homo of Mrs. F. J. Lowrey.
Benefit Of LnillpH' Snrlntv nf Pnntrnl
Sweet tho Angelus Is Ringing". Smart
Sonata Op. 12, No. 2 Violin nnd piano
lorio lAnuanic, piu tosto, allegret
to, allegro placevolo) .. Beethoven
Professor Vnrndlcy nnd Mrs. Ynrndley.
Song "Dreams" Do Kovcn
Quartet "Annlo Laurie" Dudley Buck
Mr. Elston, Mr. Wlchman, Mr. Rlch-
nrilft. Mr. Itnnrilalnn
Novelette In F. Planoforto
Song "Mlgnon" Liszt
'Irlo "Lift Thlno Eyes".. Mendelssohn
Mrs. Howard, Miss Hyde, Mrs. Yarnd-
lcy, Miss urlswold, Mrs. Damon.
Duct "Tho Angel" Rubcnstctn
Miss Peck, Miss Griswold.
Songs "Morning," "The Birthday of
n King" r Ncldllngor
Song "A Hundred Fathoms Deep."
Piano Duct "Hungni Inn Janccs"..
rs. Mott-Smlth, Miss Von Holt.
Mr. Paul Isenbcrg.
Trio "Romance nnd Allegro
Planoforto, Mrs. Mott-Smlth; violin,
Professor Ynrndloy; viollncollo,
Hornco Lowls, who lately died from
a riding accident, when hurt had on
his person n watch, money nnd jowel
ry, which nro now missing. Mrs. Jas.
Auld, who was his stepmother, offers a
reward for tho articles. They are sup
posed to havo been either lost or
stolen. A notice appears In tho Wants
column on 8th page.
in the market.
New Book Bulletin
"To Have and to Hold."
"Prisoners of Hope."
"Woman and Artist" by Max O'Rell.
When Knighthood w as in Flower."
"A Duet" by Conan Doyle.
"A Master of Craft" -by Jacobs.
"Debts of Honor" by Jokal.
"A Double Thread" by Fowler.
"Zlska-'-Corelll's New Book.
"The Adventures of Caph Kettle"
"D. Dlnkelsplel His Conversatlonlngs"
"The Unknown" by Flammarlon.
"The Greatest Glft"-by Marchmont.
"Familiar Quotations" -by Bartlett.
"A Man's Woman" by Norrls.
"The Story of the Bo:rs" (official)
Paper Ed. 50c.
"The End of An Era"by John S. Wise.
And Hundreds of other Books by the
popular authors of the day.
816 FORT STREET.
THE HAT to buy Is tho stylish and
becoming hat. Tho hat must beconu
you to top out your dress. Our $:l.50
nro from tho latest block, and wo ran
suit all faces. No better hat mado. It
would cost you $5.00 at any other storo
THE SHIRT nover censes to bo an
Interesting nrtlclo to wear. Tho now
styles nnd new patterns In colored
shirts nro Just out, nnd wo havo thorn
In stock, to sell from ?1.G0 to JICO.
Also n lino lino of dress Bhlrttj to soil
from ?1.00 to 2.C0.
WE I1LOW A GREAT DEAL about
our Clothes no moro than wo ought
to, though. Wo hnvo all sorts, from
toughest and roughest to finest, each
for Its proper uso and each at Its prop
You can seo In a few mlnntcB all you
need to seo to plpk out what you want.
Tho salesman knows perhaps; if not,
toll him about what you want; ho Is
quick to seo and ns quick to tlnd out.
You go by your own tasto nnd Judg
ment on cloth, but by oura on fit, wo
suppose that's tho usual wuy.
Noxt day, or next week, your money
back If you wnnt It.
Telephone 67 and 96,
P. O. Box 558.
For Spring Wear,
A new 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
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 placed in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purposee,
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, or
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 Whbkies and the verv
best of everything else.
Dr. W. J. Galbraith
His office and residence from ihe Hawaiian
Hotel to the house formerly occupied by
Dr. Raymond, corner of Beretanla and
Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.j 2 to 4 p. m.;
7 to 8 p. m.
HAROLD T. HAYSEl DEN Is elven
full power of attorney to act lor me from
Lalialna, Mau:, May 1st, 190c. 1523W2
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is Riven to purchase In
Manoa Valley a beautiful situated property
containing all the necessary essentials for
ahomesteidand where healthful climate
and picturesque scenery are In the midst
of historic surroundings and all In contact '
with ImproveJ grounds, planted with
various foreign frul'sas well as supplied
with fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii.
The acreage of 45.64 acres In feeslmple
and 31.16 acres under long and favorablo
Included In the Imrrovements on the
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern .
dwelling house furnished with sanitary
and other conveniences; there Js 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
flows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity for Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Improvement.
F01 further Information apply to J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, 1000. ug2-tf
At a meeting of the Directors of the
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.,
LTD , held May 9th, Mr. Ed. F. Green
was elected treasurer and manager of the
said company. ED. INGHAM,
Honolulu, May 14th, 1900.
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