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TBE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, &JAX 28, 1900.
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DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
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Pout Ufflco Box 718
WEDNESDAY MAY 23, 1900.
With nn opera season by high das')
nrtlsta assured Honolulu will not want
for amusement during tho forthcoming
It is to bo hoped McCants Stewart
Is satisfied with having assisted In tho
failure of tho Seventh precinct to elect
n delegate to the District convention.
It Is hnrdly proper to state that the
Opera House Is being "boycotted In
view or tho fact that It Is to bo tho
Bccnc of tho first Ucpubllcan Territorial
Wo cannot believe that Mr. Castle's
friends will consider opposition to tho
election of cither Hon. Samuel Parker
or A. N. Kcpolkal as delcgato to the
National Ucpubllcan Convention as an
rftort expended In the Interest of tho
Itepubllcan party In Hawaii.
The difficulty encountered by the
ponderous official orgnn In accepting
tho dictation of tho majority voto nt
tho Saturday primaries Is Indeed un
fortunate. Tho organ's policy seems
to bo to support the Hepuoiicnn party
only when "WI2 and MiCauts Stewart"
TIIH OTHER DELEGATE.
Olllcial gentlemen who nrc boomln;;
W. II. Castlo ns n delcgato to Philadel
phia will do well to remember tho roar
that went up when Mr. Dolo appoint
ed Mr. Castle Hawaiian Minister to
"Washington. Why docs the ponder
ous olllcial organ of tho morning field
bo quickly forget tho natlvo Hawa
llans? Tho selection of D. !'. Dilling
ham for the national convention Is
practically conceded. Having united
on a gentleman who has been a leading
factor in developing the Industries of
tho Territory, the Itepubllcan dele
gates cannot nfford to forgot the native
Either Hon. Samuel Parker or A. N.
Kcpolkal would bo ncccptablo to the
people of tho Islands from tho person
al and party standpoint. It Is remark'
able, the caso with which some of our
great and good friends forget that na
tive Hawallans havo becomo part and
parcel of American voting citizenship
and as such aro entitled to all the
liouors of representation bestowed up
on citizens tracing their lineage to the
signers of the Declaration of Inde
pendence. I1AWA1IANS AND REPUBLICANS
The only argument offered to Hawa
iian citizens by tho Democracy to at
tract them to afllllatlon with the Demo
cratic party is tho bald statement
"Orovcr Cleveland was a Democrat and
wanted to restoio tho Queen." Hawa.
ilans, however, havo only to consider
what Cleveland did, as against tho
favois granted them by leading Hepuli
llcans to promptly make out tho de
structive reefs towards which this false
Cleveland light luren them. What
Orovcr Cleveland wanted Is ono thing,
what Orovcr Cleveland accomplished
Is quite another. Actions speak louder
Natlvo Hawallans aro not Indifferent
to nor Ignorant of tho actual favors
granted them by tho Republican party
and tho high personal courtesies offer
ed them by tho Republican leaders In
Washington. Senator Hoar, n Republi
can, mado a strong fight in. favor of
granting tho Queen a pension paid
from tho United States Treasury. Had
thero been no other now possessions to
consider nt this time, It Is highly
probablo that Senator Hour would havo
been successful. Under tho circum
stances It was necessary to turn this
recognized duty to tho Queen over to
tho Republican party of Hawaii, a duty
which wo believe tho Republicans of
these Islands will promptly accept and
carry to successful fulfillment.
Senator Clark of Wyoming, n Re
publican, has always been a strong ex
ponent of tho rights of natlvo Hawa
llans. It was through his efforts that
tho attention of Congress was brought
to tho right of tho Hawallans to care
for tho last resting placo of tho hon
ored dead. Ho has been foremost anil
earnest In tlfo ndvocacy of tho causo
of Hawaiian manhood. Thanks to n
Republican Congress his work has met
with n largo measure of success.
Clovclandism In this Territory stands
for enmity, spito and Incompetence.
Tho Republican party in local nnd na
tlonal politics marches fearlessly un
der tho banner of progress and major
ity rule. It takes Its commands from
tho people and spurns tho tactics of
selflfh politicians who would degrade
Hawaiian manhood and grind it under
tho bigoted heel of a theorizing minority.
JAPAN'S CROWN PRINCE
Impo.lDg CeremoMes Attendirg the
Marriage of Royally.
Decorations Granted lo Honor of (be Event
Contribution to Educational Funds by
the Emperor and Empress,
Yokohama, May 11, As previously
arranged, tho wedding of tho Crown
Prince took place nt tho Imperial Pal
nco on tho 10th Inst. At 7:30 o'clock
tho Prince Imperial left Ills palace nt
Aoyama In n carrlngo, attended by
Captain Kurodn, a mllltnry chamber
lain, nnd drovo to tho Emperors Pal
ace, where His Highness arrived short
ly after 8 o clock.
At 7:30 Princess Kulo Sadako also
left her father's mansion nt Akasakn
and drove to tho Palace. Tho l'rlnccs.4
was escorted by several chan.bcrlnlns
nnd mnlds-of-honor. The Crown Prlnco
wore tho military uniform of a major,
while the Princess was dressed In Ja
panese wedding costume, wearing long
hakamn (divided skirts) of scarlet. On
arriving nt the Palace tho Prlnco
changed his uniform to the wedding
ceremonial robes and proceeded to tho
Imperial sanctuary with tho Princess,
where they offered prayers at tho an
In tho sanctuary were present repre
sentatives of the several families ot the
Imperial House, Including Prlnco and
Princess Komntsu, Prlnco nnd Princess
Arlsugnwo, and Prlnco nnd Princess
Fushlml. After the conclusion of tho
formal ceremony the Crown Prlnco te
sumed his military uniform, nnd hh
consort dressed In foreign costume.
At 9 o'clock the Imperial couple paid a
visit to their Majesties the Emperor
and Empress.' At 11 o'clock their High
nesses left the Pnlaco and, in n stale
carriage drawn by four horses, tlrox
to the Aoyama Palace. In tho after
noon tho Imperial rouplo again pro
ceeded to tho Emperor's Palace, leav
ing Aoyama nt 3:30; and n reception
was held nt which a largo number of
high civil olllclaU, military and naval
officers, members of tho foreign Diplo
matic Corps, and other attended to of
fer their congratulations on tho aus
picious occasion. At G o'clock a ban
quet wns given In tho Palace, after
which tho Imperial pair returned to
tho Aoyama Palace.
On the day before her marrlago II.
I. H. the Princess Imperial was decor
ated with tho first Order of tho Crown,
and was presented at the samo time
with a dagger cf artistic workmanship
by tho Crown Prince. On the samo day
Prlnco Kujo Mlchltnka, father of the
Princess Imperial, received tho Grand
Cordon of tho Chrysanthemum. Tho
following gentlemen were given decor
ations In recognition of services ren
dered In connection with tho Imperial
wedding: Viscount Tanaka, Minister
of tho Imperial Household (Grand Or
der of tho Rising Sun;) Lieut-General
Baron Kuroda, Chief Attache to tho
Crown Prlnco; Surgeon General Baron
Hashimoto; and Prof. Dr. Haelz (first
Order of tho Jewel;) Viscount Tnkat
sujl, Chief Chamberlain of tho Prince
Imperial, and Marquis Nakayama, Lord
Steward to tho Crown Prlnco (second
Order of tho Jewel;) Dr. Okn, Director
of tho Bureau of Physicians attached to
the Emperor (third Order of tho
Mr. Fukuzawa, founder of tho Kclog
IJIku College, wns presented with fifty
thousand yen on the 9th Inst, by the
Imperial Household In recognition cf
his efforts for tho causo of education.
It should bo remarked that Mr. Fukuz
awa has nlrcady, more than once, de
clined tho Imperial offer to rnlso him
to tho peerage.
An Imperial wedding honors list has
been Issued, from which we learn that
sixty gentlemen have been mado peers,
with tho rank ot Baron. They Include
persons who have rendered disting
uished services to tho Imperial Govern
ment, descendants ot men celebrated
for notowoi my deeds nt tho time of tho
Restoration, and others whoso families
occupied Important posts In feudal
Their Majesties tho Emperor and
Empress havo granted 80,000 yen nnd
20,000 yen respectively towards tho
educational funds In Tokyo and Kyoto
In honor of tho Imperial wedding.
To View the Eclipse.
.Chicago, May 11. A special to tho
Trlbuno from Wlllams Bay, Wis.,
Tho permanent staff of tho Yerkes
observatory of tho University of Chi
cago will go to Wadsboro, N. C, to
view tho total ecltpso of May 28 from
a favorable point In tio path ot tho
locality. Pror. Barnc.'d will uso a
photographic telcscopo ot six inch
npcrturo and focal length of 02 tect.
with which ho will obtain photographs
of tho coronn from 10 to 20 inches in
Prof. Halo will uso n dcllcnto appara
tus for measuring the heat radiation of
Plfiguc nt Onnhn
Tho Japan Gnzctto of May 12 says:
Fresh cases of plaguo occur nt Osaka
dally; but fortunately they seem to be
only Isolated ones; no Inrgo outbreak
having as yet begun. Tho authorities
seem to bo exercising every possible
precaution. Tho AJIkawa Water Po
llco, Osaka, are also taking nctlvo
measures for tho capturo of rats on
board steam boats or Junks which have
arrived in tho AJlka Blnco tho first out
break of plaguo in tho city.
Booked for the Gaelic.
Tho following passengers aro booked
to leave In tho Gaelic today: C. A.
Rrown, F. W. Glndo and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Bosworth, Geo. F. Troohy, J. W.
Hall, F. W. Kohl, Wm. M. Mlnton, A.
Sulsbury nnd Mr. Huntington.
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
Representatives of Boers
Have American Friends
New York, May 11. Edward Lauter
liach created a sensation nt a meeting
last night of the Citizens' Coromttteo
which Is arranging for tho entertain
ment of tho Boer envoys who aro ex
pected on tho Maasdam next Tuesday.
Addressing tho meeting, Mr. Lautcr
"Neither of tho two great political
parties has taken any detlnlto action on
tho position of this Government with
respect to tho Doer war. My own
party has not seen fit to define its po
sition. It Is equally true that no other
nation hns done so. Hut Judgment has
gono by defnult against England in all
civilized countries becnuso of her ac
tion In South Africa. In our own-country
nnd In my own party I bcllevo there
is a Intent 11 ro that will requlro but a
small amount of fanning to causo It to
break Into a vast and powerful flamo
that will lnsplro tho peoplo who lovo
Justlco, freedom and all that tends to n
high civilization nnd right.
"I bellevo the Republican party Is
Irretrievably lost If it leaves to tho
Democratic party tho first opportunity
to insert In Its nntlonnl platform a
plank thut will dcclaro for tho South
African republics. In Michigan tho
Republicans tako tho samo stand with
regaid to tho national party. I am un
alterably opposed to leaving such ac
tion to tno Democrats.
"I am a delegate to Jho convention
nnd I shall struggle and work harder
thero for a Boer planlj In tho platform
than I worked and struggled for a gold
plank In the platform that was mado
up ot.Str I-ouls."
Rov. Father Duccy who preceded Mr.
"This country cannot afford to go to
war over this question. Wo can talk
and arbitrate later. What tho Doers
want Is sympathy and arbitration."
A committee was appointed to go
down tho bay to rnect-tho envoys. Tho
commltteo conduct them to the City
Hnll and introduce them to tho Mayor.
Mr. Cecil Rhodes has a sister with a
tasto for authorship. Miss Edith
Tlhnflnn la now nt wnrU nnAn anm. ..
I-". s.u.. .... t.w... HJIUtl a...,u .,
ticks describing Life in RhoaeBla.
T in ni
New Book Bulletin
"To Have and to Hold."
j "Woman anJ Artist" by Abx O'Rell.
When Knighthood v 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' -Corelli's New Book.
"The Adventures of Caph Kettle"
"D. Dlnkelsplel His ConversaMonlngs"
"The Unknown" by Flammarlon.
"The Greatest GHt"-by Marchmont.
"Famllla- Quotations" -by Bartlett.
"A Man's Woman"-by Norrls.
"The Story of the Bo:rs" (official)
Paper bd. 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 nnd
becoming hat. Tho hat must beconu
you to top out your dress. Our 3.50
aro from the latest block, and wo can
suit all faces. No better hat mado. It
would cost you $5.00 at any other store
THE SHIRT nevor censes to bo an
Interesting articlo to wear Tho new
styles and new patterns iln colored
shirts aro Just out, and wo havo thorn
In stock, to sell from $1.50 to $2.50.
Also a flno lino of dress shirts to soil
from $1.00 to $2.50.
WE BLOW A GREAT DEAL about
our Clothes no moro than wo ought
to, though. Wo havo nil sorts, from
toughest nnd roughest to finest, each
for Its proper uso and each nt Its prop
You can soo In a few minutes all you
need to sco to pick out what you want.
Tho salesman knows perhaps; If not,
toll him about what ybu want; ho Is
quick to soo nnd as quick to' find out.
You go by your own tasto and Judg
ment on cloth, but by oura on fit, wo
supposo that's tho usual way.
Next day, or next weok, your money
back If you want it.
Telephone 67 and 96.
P. O.Box 558,
For Spring ear,
Direct ( from New York.
A iiew lot just received.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Good Air. Good View. Gooc Health.
. A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit' Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H' H M 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 poims, as also scenic and marine views,of
exquisite grandeui at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work ot
construction, equiroine and installation Dlaced in the hands ol
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an indepenoent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other'purposee,
10 our nome Duuaers at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and'water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for makinc 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 thai
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicesfand 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.
ERFECT TCLEPHONI? 00.
RINTING i Prepared t( fill or.
RODUCED 7 der-j until 4 pm.
ROMPTLY ' Saturdays.?. .
The MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase In
Manoa Valley abeautlful situated prope'ty
containing all the necessary essentials for
a homestead and where healthful cllmat
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 slmplo
and 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included In the Inn rovements on th
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modem
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, spaikllng water therefrom
flows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity foi Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Improvement.
Pot further Information apply to J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, ipoo. i4oa.tf
S2SSSS.. 2 theUiS1
-i"hiii aiampea inercr., are here-
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Treasurer, for such Indorsement. wlu"'g
REGISTERED. " by raa" MUSP BB
vv. a-HOVVEN, Treasurer,
Walalua Agricultural Co., LM.