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MONDAY MAY 21, 11)00.
When the official oibiiii iittcmpts to
discredit the rnndldntcs In the Knllht
mix-up. Its lojalty to tho Republican
Parly Is brought Into bold relief. Mr.
Stewart Is admittedly an honest man.
but ho Is not the only one.
AN HONORAISLU CAIiCUK.
The career of the late Chief Justice
Albert R Judd will ever stand In the
history of these Islands as notable in
Its power for good and marked at all
times by the highest pcraonnl Integrity.
As an attorney at tho bar and through
out his long servlco on tho bench,
nhero he attained tho highest honors
In tho gift of the country, Mr. Judd
proved hlmsolf a hard worker who
never slighted or Fought to escnpo tho
heavy responsibilities placed upon him
during tho chaotic periods through
which the Islands have passed.
In tho cnmoinn acceptance of the
term Mr. Judd was not a brilliant man.
lie was more of the nature of a quiet,
earnest, honest plodder who sought no
higher honor than the record of duty
well done. Ho was well grounded In
the law and maintained tho profession
al dignity of his position in its every
detail. Possessed of considerable
wealth, ho was at all times unassum
ing and easy of access to all men. His
homo life was tho Ideal of refinement
and cordial simplicity.
Mr. Judd's pleasing pcisonnllty and
activity will bo sadly missed In every
stntlon of social, political, business and
religious life. Ills ltfo Is an honor to
tho nation of his birth and to its recent
foster parent tho United States of
The primary elections of the Re
publican Party were unsatisfactory only
to those who hoped for general Indif
ferenco townrd tho organization of
political action on American lines.
Considering the forces at work, the In
dllTcrence of somo nnd the waiting
policy of many, tho vote polled was a
lareg one that gives a power to tho
Party at tho outset which any opposi
tion, whatever form It may take, will
And difficult to overcome. Tho happiest
feature of tho election was the appear
ance on tho rolls of citizens who havo
been expected to withhold from taking
an activo pait until later In the politi
Tho vote was largo enough and the
representation of every nationality
strong enough In every precinct to
forestall any cittlclsra of factional rule
being forced upon the party. In going
over tho list of delegates elected from
the arlous precincts thero Is not a
man who does not command the re
spect of tho community for personal
Integrity; thero aio none whoso party
loyalty can bo questioned. Sharp con
tests wero comparatively fow and with
ono unfortunate exception tho strugglo
was carried on with tho best of feeling
among tho supporters of contending
candidates. Kallhl seems to bo a no
tablo sourco of strife but oven with an
error mado In tho balloting thero Is
every reason to bellovo a satisfactory
understanding can bo reached. It Is
admitted by all tho gentlemen Inter
ested In tho affair that duo caro was
not taken In checking tho voters, and
tho "stuffed ballot box" Is as likely to
havo been tho result of an error In
checking 83 tho result of dishonesty
nnd political chicanery. If tho box
wns stuffed tho pcoplo aro not prepared
to bellovo that it was done with tho
knowlcdgo of any of tho candidates.
Mr. Sims and Mr. Holt nro too well
known to bo held responsible for such
work and although Mr. Stewart is a
nowcomer, wo havo yet to learn of his
being charged with dishonesty. Somo
"fool friend" may havo got In his work,
and ho Is not likely to dcclaro himself
before tho public or to tho man voted
Tho list of delegates shows that tho
prlnclplo of bringing now timber to
tho Party is popular with tho people;
that tho Republican Party Is broader,
In closer touch with tho peoplo, more
American than any of tho political or
ganisations ki'Q'.tn to the piotlous hls-
tory of tho Islands. Citizens and fac
tions cannot rule. Votes tell the story
and tho voice of tho majority must bo
WELL MERITED REWARD.
Minister Cooper has been mentioned
as a posslblo selection for tho olllco of
Secretary of Territory. Mr. Cooper,
the public may feel assured, docs not
seek tho olllco and should ho bo ap
pointed It will ho on account of his
lltne83 for tho position. As Minister,
ho wns frequently obliged to tako a
decided stand against his colleagues
and ho ottcner won than lost his point.
Upon tho question of fealty to the Unit
ed States at tho outbreak of tho Span
ish war Minister Cooper stood nlono
In keeping open to vessels of tho Unit
ed States navy all ports of the Islands.
Ho personally wrote tho dispatch con
veying that Information to Washlng
on authorities and then handed it to
tho mesldcnt for his approval. It was
at that moment that Mr. Dolo wavered,
but Minister Cooper won his point and
tho dispatch was forwarded to San
rr.inclsco to bo telegraphed to' Minis
ter Hatch at Washington. President
McKlnley probably lecognizes Mr.
Cooper's woik and Is showing his ap
preciation in a substantial manner.
CORRECTING AIR. STEWART. '
Editor Evening Bulletin: Regard
ing tho statement mado by Mr. T. Mc-
Cnnts Stewait In this morning's P. O.
Advertiser, 1 have to say that ho ap
pealed to mo not to bolt in tho bus on
our way home, nnd not In tho meeting
In presence of our fi lends as he tries to
When ho npepalcd to mo In tho In
terest of hntmnny and party fellow
ship, I consented, but when I spoko to
my friends they said they were not
a paity to that agreement, and that
they would vote for mo anyway.
'I hey wero not bound by my state
ment to withdraw In favor of either
of my opponents, and that they would
soo me through irrespective of what I
may have said, not having mado tho
same at tho meeting In their presence.
I make this statement In Justice to
my friends nnd myself and to correct
the wrong Impression which Mr. Stow
art's remarks may Imply.
Thanking you for your vnluablo
I remain, yours truly,
JAMES L. HOLT.
Honolulu, May Si, 1900.
6CARLET AND BLUE WINS.
In a most stubbornly fought tennis
match on tho Pacific Tennis Club
courts Saturday afternoon, V. C. Ath
crton, this year's runner-up nnd a mem
ber of tho P. T. C, defeated Chas.
Elston, last year's champion nnd tho
representative of the B. T. C. Ather
ton knew ho had a hard man to beat.
Never for ono moment did ho ceaso his
steady playing. Elston tried his best
to tire him by plays all over tho court
but Athcrton's racket wns always in
tho right place. Tho match proved ono
of tho best thnt has ever been wit
nessed In Honolulu. Tho score wns
7-5, C-4, C-2.
Tho match between Mrs. John Wn
tcrhouso, this year's runner-up, and
Miss May Hart, last year's champion,
proved ns interesting as the foregoing
match. Tho first two sets proved con
clusively tho strength of tho players.
Unfortunately, Mrs. Waterhouso'a
strength did not hold out or tho match
would havo been still more Interesting.
In addition to this, sho was handi
capped by a blister on ono of tho
fingers of her right hnnd which bother
ed her considerably. Tho scoro was
3-C, G-2, 7-5 and C-l in Miss Hart's fa
vor. Mny'ti Marine I-orccnst.
Tho Pilot Chart of tho North Pa
cific Ocean for Match contains tho fol
lowing: To the westward of tho Hawnllan Isl
ands tho trades as far south as tho
parallel of 20 dcg. N. will suffer oc
casional interruptions, tho wind at
times becoming SV., light, nccom
panlcd by n slight fall of tho barom
eter.. Such winds nro duo to tho pass
age eastward of barometric depres
sions, tho ccnteis of which llo to tho
northward. In Honolulu the average
prevalence of tho trades during May Is
24 days. Vessels crossing tho lino in
the neighborhood of 120 dcg. to 125 deg.
W. will spend on tho averago 4.5 days
between tho equator and 5 deg. N.;
3.3 days between 5 deg. N. nnd 10 deg.
Tho result of tho basket ball games
at tho Y. M. C. A. gymnasium Saturday
night resulted ns follows:
Honolulu vs Diamond Head, Hono
lulu wins, 12-5.
Mallc-IUma vs Sophomore, 22-C.
Tho games wero exceedingly Inter
esting and deserved n much larger nt
tendanco than was present.
Walluku, May 19. It Is understood
that Dr. It. W. Booto and Attorney J.
L. Coko and other prominent Demo
crats will uso their best endeavors in
forming a Democratic party In this
A Chinaman driving n hack, ran Into
nnd knocked down n small girl at tho
corner of Fort nnd King strcots early
this afternoon. Pollco officers wero on
tho spot but, ns tho llttlo girl was not
hurt nnd tho parents did not caro to do
anything, tho Chinaman was allowed
to go on his way.
Leung Klinl Chow, tho Chlneso re
former, returned from Hllo in tho Kl
nati Saturday. Whllo there, ho suc
ceeded In enlisting a largo number of
Chlneso ns activo members of tho Bow
FANCY - CUT - GLASS
Vases for flowers and orna
A 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 necessaries of a
house that is well kept.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
and be in the
Another shipment of this
Order before they are
Pacific Cycle Co.
Tuesday evening, May 22, 1900, at
tho homo of Mrs. K. J. Lowroy.
Benefit of Ladles' Society of Central
"Sweet tho Angelus Is Hinging". Smart
Sonata Op. 12, No. 2 Violin and piano
forto (Andante, pin tosto, allegret
to, allegro placcvolo) .. Beothovcn
Professor Yarndley and Mrs. Yarndley.
Song "Dreams" Da Koven
Quni tet "Annlo Laurlo" Dudley Buck
Mr. Elston, Mr. Wlchmnn, Mr. Rlch-
ards, Mr. Bcardslcc.
Novelette In P. Pianoforte
Song "Mlgnon" Liszt
Tilo "Lift Thlno Eyes".. Mendelssohn
Mrs. Howard, Miss Hydo, Mrs. Yarnd
ley, Miss Urlswold, Mrs. Damon.
Duet "Tho Angel" Rubcnstcln
Miss Peck, Miss Grlswold.
Songs "Morning," "Tho Birthday of
a King" Ncidlinger
Song "A Hundred Fathoms Deep."
PInno Duet "Hungarian Dances"..
rs. Mott-Smlth, Miss Von Holt.
Mr. Paul Iscnbcrg.
Trio "Itomanco and Allegro
Planoforto, Mis. Mott-Smlth; violin,
Professor Ynrndloy; viollncollo,
Committed for Rape.
Walluku, May 19. Lono Oplo, a big
burly Kanaka, was tried last week no
foro District Magistrate Kahokuoluna
of Makawao for committing rape on a
Hawaiian girl under fourteen years of
age. Tho trial Judgo committed Lono
Oplo to tho next terra of tho Second
Circuit Court. Ho Is out on ball of
$2,000 put up by his relatives.
New Book Bulletin
"To Have and to Hold."
"Prisoners of Hope."
"Woman and Artist" by Max O'Rell.
When Knighthood v ns In Flower."
"A Duet" by Conan Doyle.
"A Master of Craft"-by Jacobs.
"Debts of Honor" by Jokal.
"A Dcuble Thread" by Fowler.
"Zlska' Corelll's New Book.
"The Adventures of Caph Kettle"
"D. Dinkelsplel His Conversationlngs"
"The Unknown" by Flammarlon.
"The Greatest GIft"-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 th
popular authors of the day.
816 FORT STREET.
THE HAT to buy Is tho stylish and
becoming bat. Tho hat must beconu
you to top out your dress. Our $.1.50
nro from tho latest block, nnd we can
suit nil faces. No bettor hat mado. It
would cost you $5.00 at any other storo
THE SHIRT never ceases to bo an
Interesting nrtlclo to wear. The now
styles and new patterns lu colored
shirts aro just out, and wo havo thorn
In stock, to sell from J1.G0 to S2.C0.
Also a lino lino of dross Bhhts to soil
ftom $1.00 to $2.G0.
WE BLOW A GREAT DEAL about
our Clothes no moro than wo ought
to, though. Wo havo all sorts, from
toughest and roughest to finest, each
for its proper uso and each at Its prop
You can sco In a fow mlautc3 nil you
need to sco to pick out what you want.
Tho salesman knows perhaps; if not,
toll him about what you want; he Is
quick to soo and as quick to flnj out
You go by your own tasto and Judg
ment on cloth, but by oura on fit, we
suppose that's tho usual way.
Next day, or noxt week, your money
back If you want it.
Telephone 67 and 96,
P. O. Box 558,
For Spring Wear,
Direct from New York.
A iiew lot just received.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Good Air, Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H' H -H- H -H-
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
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purpose,
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, 01
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,
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
R I Amnn tnA PJ UnnJm
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.
ERFECT 1ELI2PHONU 3000.
RINIING 1 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED Y ders until 4pm
ROMPILY' Saturdays. .'.
The MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street.
to be fully completed by June
prices, terms, etc., apply it
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase In
Manoa Valley a beautiful situated property
containing all the necessary essentials for
a homestedd and where, healthful climate
and picturesque scenery are In the midst
of historic surroundings and all In contact
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 favorabl
Included In the Improvements on tht
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 for Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Improvement.
Fot further Information apply to J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, iqoo. 1402-tf
.Holers of stock ,n the WAALUA
AGRICULTURAL CO., L'TD., whose
"r,lCites do not have the Increased
Capitalization stamped thereon, are here
by requesed to return same at once to the
I reisurer, for such Indorsement.
RegVstKd- sent by ma" MUST BE
W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer,
Walalua Agricultural Co,, Ltd.
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