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'I UK EVENING BULLETIV: HONOTiOLn. n.
I., FRIDAY. MAX
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FRIDAY MAY 18, 1300.
If you believe In majority rule vote
nt the primaries tomoriow. Registra
tion lists remain open till the polls arc
rloKCd at G o'clock.
Don't be hoodwinked by tho claim
that tho primaries Saturday night will
have no tnflucne con Hawaii's politi
cal future. Your voto will determine
whether men acceptable to tho people
aro placed In the forefront of local
PRIMAmiiS OP 1'IHST IMPORT
ANCE. Now that the public is fully convinc
ed that olllccts of the Republic of Ha
waii are to be continued under the Tcr
iltory of Hawaii, there should be a
gcneial effort on all sides to forge
ahead for the pioper party organiza
tion. The men who are "holding back"
until they "see what the parties are go
ing to do and who runs them" aro
merely tin owing their lnlluenco to tho
four winds. Tho foundation principle
of Amcilcan paity organization Is pop
ular rule. The people direct and Hit
motive power Is from no other source,
theoretical dcctlcis of tho American
system of government to tho contrary
Citizens of the Territory awaiting
tho results of the Republican primar
ies tomorrow afternoon before forming
party alllllatlon give tho would-be
bosses, the men who would "run
things" tho opportunity they desire!''
It Is at tho polls tomorrow after
noon that tho character of tho Republi
can party in these Islands will be
largely determined. If tho delegates
elected to tho District convention aro
men of recognized worth and charac
ter, men of tho pcoplo, willing to carry
out popular request and demands at all
times, the prospects for tho strict ad
herence at tho outset to broad, liberal
American principle, by tliu Republican
party of these Islands Is assured.
Hawaii's sticcr.s In Its new career
will depend largely on tho ability
shown by Its citizens to rise above
personal bickerings, and Join their
forces In united and cnthuslatstlc ef
fort for tho success of tho Party In lo
cal elections. Having received a thor
oughly American law at tho hands of
Congress, let tho Republican voters,
the men who bcllovo In tho Republican
principle of free suffrage, demonstrate
that they accept tho prlvllcgo In tho
cordial spirit with which it has been
Stay at homes and disgruntled ones
will have themselves to thank If the
delegates elected at tho primaries aro
men In whom tho people havo no con
fidence or whoso political loyalty they
HANDS OPP TIIHSE ISLANDS.
Washington, May 6. It fan be stated
on the hlglie-t S'ate Department au.honty
that If Ge many attempts to acquire pos
sesion of the Danish West Indian Islands,
the Administration will at once Instruct
Republican leadars to put through the
pending Gardner bill, providing for the
ru'chase of the Islands by this Govern
m:nt, 'I his Information carries with It Wv in'i
mation tl at in c ise Congress adjourns be
fore It becomes neces-arv to take such a
step and th it after adjournment It sluuld
bec.'ine apparent tnat tlie United Stut-s
mint either take tliti islanCs or lose thm,
an extra session of Cong ess will be called
to enact the tnccs'ary Itglslitlon. In any
event, Grimnny will rot be allowed to get
At the Oi'plicum.
"A Country Coon" continues to
plcaso tho patrons of tho Orpheum.
Tho plot Is sulllclently deep to bo In
teresting and tho specialties havo been
given places that do not Interfero with
or seem to stop tho action of tho piece.
Mr. Hogan, Ilaby Ruth, Livers and
Miss Ringgold rccelvo tho most np
plauso. Miss Urodley, Miss Carter and
Mr. Logan as Trayspot come In for
their sharo of appreciation.
Mr. Dunn Is deserving of praise for
writing such n clover book. A llttlo
closer study on tho part of some of tho
porformcrs would bo n good sugges
tion , If made by tho stugo director
somo of tho English used can scarcely
bo from tho pen of tho author.
Tho Board of Education has received
7 attt aui1 's considering an application to es
t -.tnbllsh a Boys' Brlgndo at the Kallhl
AMERICAN IJA6IC PRINCIPLES.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Now that
both of tho great political parties arc
organizing for tho first campaign in our
Territory, would It not be a timely sug
gestion that some efficient means be
devised to familiarize our native breth
ren with the fundamental principles of
So few men havo n conception of
our Constitution, that there Is little
wonder they look with questioning
upon the alleged benefits of American
citizenship. Tho Declaration of Inde
pendence is a high sounding phrnsn
fiom which they derive no meaning. I
do not mean to Insinuate Ignorance In
a derogatory sense certainly for In
telligence nnd quickness of percep
tion they are superior to tho majority
of tho Immigrants to tho United States.
Uut they have had no opportunities to
learn nnd few Incentives to inquire.
Regardless of party affiliations, ns
Americans to tho manor born, wo aro
all Interested In promulgating these
bulwniks of llbcity.
Why not, then, some tangible effort
to rli' them Infoi mation and Instruc
tion they so eagerly scek7
Before we can educato them up to
the standards of party contentions, wo
must ground them In tho doctrines to
whli h all parties subscribe. Then
with Intelligence they will ho nblo to
form opinions ns to ways and means,
nnd matters of expediency, which nro
the points of divergence nnd tho de
nial katlon Into patty lines. This has
been forcibly Impressed upon mc by
pi act leal experience.
Tor some time I have had a class of
as well educated and blight young
men, natives, ns the Islands can pro
duce. Somo of them well grounded li,
history, mid none of them unfamiliar
with the classics, to a greater or less
etcnt. Fancy my utter surprise when
I learned, upon taking up the study of
the Constitution with them, that not
one of them had ever read It, or th
Declaration of Independence, nnd did
not Know where copies of either could
be obtained. And these young men
hae education and Intelligence fir
above llip average.
What's tho use of staitlng wrong? It
Is easy to play upon piejudlco or en
kindle emotions, et these attributes
of humanity arc evanescent. "Wo"
Republicans, and "those" Democrats,
boast of the Intelligence nnd wisdom
of our icspcctivo pai ties. We call our
campaigns those of education. Why
not treat tho Hnwailans kindly and con
siderately enough to place within their
Individual possession copies of theso
What better souvenir or more appro
priate offering to our Hag on Admission
Day celebration than to flood tho city,
aye tho Islands, with copies a grand
tract distribution and let our peoplo
all know "who they aro" and what
they are and realize, as wo boast at
homo nnd abroad, that an American
citizen Is a king. The expenso would
be slight, nnd nt least a portion of the
funds contributed for tho celebration
could be well expended this way,
I throw out theso suggestions for
what they ore worth. If you deem
them worthy of print you have roy
C. C. BITTINO.
Honolulu, May 17, 1900.
TO TEACH AGRICULTURE.
Mr. Hlglgns, tho agricultural teach
er of the Normal school, has mado the
Board of Education a proposal to be
come agricultural Instructor for tho
schools and teachers of Honolulu. Mr,
Hlgglns states that tho time Is now fa
vorable to lutroduco more agricultural
work Into tho schools. '1 hero was
already some work of this character
dono in our schools, but his plan was
to make It systematic, nnd piovlde for
Instruction In this department to both
teachers and pupils. Ho suggested
that an Instructor bo appointed to visit
tho schools of tho city for this pur
pose To round out tho plan ho pro
posed to glvo up his work at the Nor
mal school, nnd accept tho proposed
one, whpro ho believed ho could do
better work, nt a yearly salary of
Tho matter was discussed at yester
day's meeting of tho Board of Educa
tion. President Mott-Smlth was of tho
opinion that the time had at rived for
establishing such instruction and fa
vored adding technical instruction as
well; but Secretary Rodgcrs pointed
out that the only appropriation which
could bo drawn on was that for man
ual training, which was heavily taxed
already, Tho Boaul referred the mat
ter to a commltteo for Investigation
Otlrt Starts for Home.
Manila, May G. Tho United States
transport Mcado sailed at G o'clock thla
afternoon for tho United States with
General Otis and two aides dc camp on
board. Tho war vessels In port fired a
major general's saluto ns tho steamer
raised her anchor.
Since tho beginning of tho Insurrec
tion (lenernl Otis has kept at his desk
from early morning until midnight. Uo
has never been seen ou tho Luneta,
like tho other olllccis, and only two or
threo times has ho been seen In society,
nnd theso occasions wcro Bcml-ofllclnl
icceptlons. The general lcavs tho
army admliably organized, provisioned
HcccIIchs Driving Accident.
Mrs. Black, living In Klnnu street,
was soveiely Injured on Wednesday
ovcnlng by a hack i mining over her.
Sho had Just taken hold of tho guard
rod of n Hcretnnln street car nnd placed
n foot on tho step, when tho hack
came dashing lound the corner of Mil
ler street nnd struck her. Mrs. Black
was thrown down nnd had her fnco cut
up with tho street, gravel besides get
Ing a general battering. Chester
Doyle, who was a passenger in tho
hnck, assisted tho Injured lady Into tho
vehicle nnd had her driven homo.
FANCY -CUT - GLASS
Vases for flowers and orna
X large and finely assorted
stock to pick from. Pieces for
the dining table or parlor.
Wall lamps and hanging
lamps-Lamps to Burn.
Our Household Department
is displaying a varied assort-
-ment of all the
house that is well kept.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
BY LAST STEAMER
FRESH FROM THE
FACTORY . .
iff 1900 B. G. I.
Also, Extra handles and club
heads put on to suit.
Pacific Cycle k M Go.
R. A. DEX'lth, Manager.
Tuesday evening, May 22. 1900. at
tho homo of Mrs. V. J. Lowrcy.
Benefit of Ladles Society of Central
"Sweet tho Angclus Is Kinging". Smart
Sonata Op. 12, No. 2 Violin and piano
lorto (Anuanto, pm tosto, allegret
to, allegro placevolo) ,, Beethoven
Piofessor Yarndley nnd Mrs. Ynrndley.
Song "Dreams" Do Koven
Quartet "Annlo Laurlo" Dudley Buck
Mr. Elston. Mr. Wlchman, Mr. Rich
ards, Mr. Beardstcc,
Novelette In 1 PInnoforto
Song "Mlgnon" Liszt
'1 rlo "Lift Thlno Eyes"., Mendelssohn
Mrs. Ilownid, Miss Hydo, Mrs. Ynrnd
ley, Mlbs urlswold, Mrs. Damon.
Duet "Tho Angel" Rubeusteln
Miss I'eck, Miss Griswold.
Songs "Morning," "Tho Birthday of
a King" Neldllnger
faong "A Huiidied Fathoms Deep."
I'lano Duct "Hungarian Dances"..
rs. Matt-Smith, Miss Von Holt.
bang , Selected
Mr. I'nul Iscnberg.
Tilo "Romnnco nnd Allegro
Pianoforte, Mrs. Mott-Smlth; violin,
Professor Ynrndley; viollncello,
Private School Fnvoi.
Principal Taggart of the Kallhl
wuena school was granted permission
yesterday by tho Board of Education to
;open a prlvnto night Bchool thero with
tho uso of tho school houso, provided
ho furnished tho lights and tool? good
enro of tho property.
necessaries of a
New Book Bulletin
"To Have and to Hold."
"Woman and Artist" by Max O'Rell.
When Knighthood was 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 Flammarlori.
"The Greatest Glft"-by Marchmont.
"Familiar Quotations" -by Bartlett.
"A Man's Woman" by Norris.
"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 thi
popular authors of the day.
316 FORT STREET.
THE HAT to buy Is tho stylish and
becoming hat. Tho hat must become
you to top out your dress. Our $:i.G0
nro fiom tho latest block, and wo can
suit all faces. No better hat mado. It
would cost you ?D.OO at any other storo
THE SHIRT never ceasos to bo an
Interesting nrtlclo to wear. Thi now
styles and now patterns in eolorod
shirts nro Just out, and wo havo thorn
in stock, to sell from $1.50 to ?-50.
Also a lino lino of dress shiits to sell
from $1.00 to $2.50.
WE BLOW A QREAT DEAL nb-mt
our Clothes no more thnn wo ought
to, though. Wo hnvo nil sorts, from
toughest and roughest to finest, each
for its proper uso and each at Its prop
You can see in n few minutes all you
need to seo to pick out what you want.
Tho salesman knows perhaps; if not,
tell him about what you want; ho is
(lulelt to seo and as quick to find out.
You go by your own tasto nnd Judg
ment on cloth, but by ours on fit, wo
suppose that's tho usual way.
Next day, or next week, your money
back if you want it.
Telephone 67 and 96,
P. O. Box 558,
For Spring Wear,
Latest Styles )
Direct from New York.
A new lot just received.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Good Air, Good View. Gooa Health. - 1
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site f'
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 ot
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 lighting, heating and other purposes
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
As Promised. f
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 th
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information,
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 speoialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John De-war, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiikies and the verv
best of everything else.
ERFEGT ii:li!pmoni; 2000,
RINTING 1 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED Y tiers until 4 p. m.
R0HP1LY ' Saturdays. . . .
The MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street.
prices, terms, etc.. aoDlv 2. "
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is Riven to purchase in
Manoa Valley a beautiful situated property
containing all the necessary essentials for
a homestead and where healthful climate
and picturesque scenery are In the midst
of historic surroundings and all In rontact
with Improved grounds, planted with
various foreign fruits 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 lin; rovements on tin
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, spatkling water therefrom
flows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity for Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Improvement.
Fo: further Information apply to J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, ioco. i4Q2U
SECOND PRECINCT, FOURTH
DISTRICT, meeting at Independence
Park, Friday evening, May 18, 7:30
o'clock; election of delegate. Enrollment
list can be found at
H. F. WICHMAN, Fort St.
C. ATHERTON, at Castle & Cooke's.
C. S. CRANE, Gazette Office.