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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOTA7LT7. H. I.. MONDX.Y JONE i. 1900.'
E fiNlMS BULLETIN,
Published Every Day except Sunday.
at MO King Strcot, Honolulu,
II. I., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
,W. It. PAnUINQTON Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Poet Omce Box 718
MONDAY JUNB . "00-
As usunl the Stnr mid Advcrtlsw are
tight dnys behind the lhilletln In pub
lishing the new. The llullctln of May
2C contained nn cxcluslvu account of
the serious Btatc of nfTnlis In San Fran
cisco Chlnntuwn as H icmilt of tho
nresouce of the plague. Tho Advertiser
and Star published Ihe same Htory
on arlval of tho next Btcntner exactly
-lght days later.
DEMOCRATS AT SEA.
Democratic organizers have started
out on tho well worn pathway of their
American ancestors howling calamity
and apologizing for the acts of their
own party leaders. Tho Democratic
party finds Itself forced to explain Hit
attitude on the tariff; It has to apolo
gize for tho attitude of Us leaders In
connection with tho annexation of Ha
waii; It cannot discover that Demo
cratic leaders In Congress hnvo ac
complished anything towards giving
tho pcoplo of this Territory the rights
irrantcd by tho constitution. In fact
when dealing with tho action of tho
Democratic pnity In dealing with mat
ters directly affecting tho prosperity,
happiness and ltbettles of the Hawa
iian pcoplo the local enthusiasts find
that there are no postlic acts with
which to tnduco supiort fiom the citi
zens of this Ten itory.
As a general political proposition It
Is easier to tear down than build up.
The Territorial structure erected by
tho Republican Congress, however, Is
so firmly grounded on Uio well recog
nized rights of tho American peoplo
that, tho Democrats when dealing with
local subjects find their destructive
ftforts void of force or effect.
I1AWAUAN8 FOR PROGRESS.
The forthcoming convention o( na
the Hawallans Boon to bo hold in Ho
nolulu Is likely to linvo within Its
grasp the power to strengthen or de
stroy tho Influenco of the native born
citizens in their rolatlons with new nnd
liberal American, institutions. No na
tiro Hawaiian can bo so Indifferent to
. Iila personal Interests and tho welfaro
of tho peoplo of this Territory as to
cast his vote for a retrograde move
ment In local politics. Failure on the
part of Hawallans or any other citizens
of the Torrltory to accept tho Ameri
can principles of government on the
broad terms with which they have been
extended must cause a retrogression
of tho Territory and at least tempor
ary ruin to tho efforts for Statehood.
If the first political campaign of
theso Islands 1h conducted on tho old
lines of hitter personal Jealousy, with
antagonisms aroused by the old cries
of Annexationists nnd Royalists, Mis
sionary and anti-Missionary, Govern
ment and anti-Government, moro will
bo accomplished to destroy tho good
nan of Hawaii and discredit Its citi
zens before tho United States Congress
than could possibly result from any
revolution or war of tho past. So far
its the American people nnd tho Ameri
can Congress Is concerned HnwaliM
past Is forgotten. According as Ha
waii drops Its petty bickering and fnlh
In lino with American political meth
ods our progress will receive personal
attention from American statesmen
and our Interests advanced toward
Statehood. Ict It onco be demonstrat
ed that Hawaii refuses to accept Amer
ican tenets of faith, tho Territory will
be treated with Indlfferento and its
present hlgn standing as an American
Thero Is 100 much at slako for any
citizens of this Territory to go Into nny
campaign with tho object of paying off
old scores. Wo cannot believe that tho
Hawaiian convention will adopt such
11 course. Wo credit Hawallan-Amorl
cans with too much good senso nnd
keen political acumen to adopt any
other plan than that of American prog-gres-a
for Hawaii's prosperity.
MADEIRA In this city, Juno 3, 1900,
to the wlfo of L. It. Madoira, n
RASMUS8EN In this city, Juno J,
1900, to tho wife of A. Uasmussen, n
James McOurn, who is hero from the
Coast to put tho Spanish tilo roof on
W. G. Irwin's mansion, Is nn undo of
Albert McOurn, tho popular bailiff of
tho higher courts.
To Cull Precincts.
The Democratic central coramlttco
hna appointed the following to net In
calling precinct meetings:
Fourth District First Precinct. C. J.
McCarthy. Second, F. Brown. Third,
J. M. Cnmaro. Fourth, F. 8. Peachy.
Fifth, Jas. Qulnn. Sixth, Cnpt. C. J.
Fifth Djsti let First rrccinct, noi
filled. Second, not filled. Third, Chas.
Dalrd. Fourth, not tilled. Fifth, Hen
ry D. Johnson. Sixth, Mr. Sullivan.
Seventh, C. L. Dement. Eighth, Eugene
Sullivan. Ninth, Chan. Pfclffcr. Tenth,
H, J. Mossman.
Wife Beater Sentence.
Kahananul, n native, was arrested by
Captain Fox In nn nllcy off Nuuanu
street near Bcretnnln yesterday after
noon. When found ho wns pulling his
wife about a room nnd hitting her
wherever ho could get bis hands on
her. Judge Wilcox Bent the native to
Jail for ten days.
Sixteenth Annual Meeting
JUNE 9th G- Ilth, IOOO.
OFFICIAL PROGRAM ill
jfiTRaces begin at 2 l M. promptly
on Saturday, the 9th, and at 10 A. A. on
Monday, the nth.
RaccK June Oth.
Coinmrnclni? at 2 p. m. sh.irn.
BICYCLE RACE.-Pilzf, Sterling B c-
cle, presented by C.J. McCarthy, esq.
i.-MAIDEN RACE. One half Mile
Dash; for all horses never itartec be
fore. Purse, Jioo.
Purse, St 50.
-.--HAW MAN BREDS.
Mile Dash. Free-for-all.
4.-TROTTING AND PACING TO
HAKNtss; best 2 in 3; 3 minme
ciais; Merchant's Purse, J150.
5.-FIVE-E1GHTHS MILE DASH; Ha
waiian bred, t'urse, ft so.
6.-FREE-FOR-ALL. One Mile Daeh
Commencing at 10 a. m. sharp, June
HALF-MILE FOOT RACE. Fret-for-ali
entries to close at the post. Prize,
NION FEED CO. CUP. Half
Mile Dash. Free-for-all. Purs?, S150
aaaed; to be won twice
2.-TROTTING AND PACING. 2:24
Class best 2 In 3. Purse, 5150.
3.-MA1DENS. Five-eights Mile Dash
4.-CAL1FORNIA FEED CO.'S-CUP
Trotting and Pacing; Hawaiian bred;
2 In 3; $100 added.
5.-1RWIN CUP. One Mile Dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses; to be won
twice, by members of the Jockey
Club; 150 added.
6.-RAINIER CUP. (crejenteJ by the
Seattle Brewing & Alaltlng Co.)
Trotting and Pacng; freelor-all; 2 In
3; to be won twice; I200 added.
7.-WAIKAPU CUP. Three Fourth
Mile Dash Free-for-all. Venus' rec
ord of 1:16 to be beaten, 7150 added.
8.-SPECIAL DRIVING RACE. One
Mils Dash, to be raced under the con
ditions as slgneJ by A. E. Nichols,
and four others.
Q.-GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING RACE;
tor members 01 the Jockey t-lub, for
horses without a record. Purse, $75.
10.-ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP. One
Mile Dash, free for all. Winner to
beat time of Angle A, 1:45. Purse,
3200 and J50 added, If record is lxaten.
11.-CRITERION CUP. One and one
half Mile Dash, free for all; f2$o
1 2.-CONSOLATION RACE. One
Mile Da-h, for all horsts which have
competed at this Meeting wl'hout
winning; entries to be made at the
post. Putse, $1 50.
All entries to be made with the Secretary
at the office of ihe Mimufattur ng Harness
Co., comer Fort and King streets,
before 2 p. m. on Wednesday, June 6,
Entrance fee to be ten per cent of purse,
unless otherwise specified.
All ra.es to be run or troMed under the
rules of the California Jockey Club, and
the National Trotting Assoc! tlon.
All riders and drivers to anoear In culors.
At least three 10 entf rand two to start.
All horses are expected to start unless
withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. m. on June 8th,
NOTE Any horse winning a Maiden
Race on June 9th will be withdrawn from
succeeding Maiden races and Entrance fee
General admission, Including grand
stand, 1 1.00.
No extra charge for carriages Inside In
cisure. Additional charge of 2.50 for ad
mission to saddling paddock.
Quarter stretch badges, $ 5.00.
Program subject to change.
Per order Committee
.PAUL R. ISHNBERG,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockty Clb.
(tain Joekcy w
Are : Justly :
We have a full line of Pure
Prepared Paints Just receiv
ed and ready for use. A splen
did assortment of brushes
for every description of work.
Something new! You don't
know what it is, but you should.
It is for sale by the
After June lth Carbol.neum will pav a duty of 25 par
cent. A large shipment jut received will be sold at the old
rate for the present.
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
One ol the Most Popular Wheels
: in the East Is the:
HIGH GRADE IN EVERY RESPECT
HERE ARE ITS PRICES:
Medium Grade 40 -.
High Grade 45 $
Light Roadster t 55
Chalnless 75 2
One Mlrless, Talt and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 1$
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
2sH"x4ft. 7ln. long.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (14
cells) capacltyjo tons.
One Triple Effect-350 2" tubes 4 ft.
7 Inches long.
Une bmall bteani Juice rump,
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan H In. Copper
Coils ico' capacity s'A tons.
One 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Colls 150' capacity 7 tons.
Duplex Blake Feed Pump watc cylin
der 4 &X12", Steam Blake Feed Pump
water cylinder 7xt2" suction pipe 4"
discharge 2',, steam pipe itf.
One TSew 16 ft. Tubular Boiler 6 ft.
diameter, 74-4 inch tubes.
I wo Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum PumD 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and Bowen Endue 10x12
Inches with shaft, gear and friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump,
aix wesion centre ugais, snait ana
pulleys and 22 mixer.
wilt uluiuaata I liillcj ruilli qAl
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20"
Sundry Coolers, Mill Fltt ngs &c. &c.
For particulars apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Notice is hereby given tint Samuel John
Salter and Haran Terry Waity, both if
Honolulu, Oahu, have this day formid
themselvei Into a copartnership for tie
purpose of carrying on a "Grocery Busi
ness," undsr the firm name of "Salter &
Dated, Honolulu, May 29th, toco.
(SlgneJ) S. J. SALTER,
" H. TERRY WAITY.
Pacific Cycle Co.
Fear In High l!aoca.
A f. -111)0118 Btcuplc climber wns ask
ed If ho ever felt fear In his business.
"Of course I feel fear nt times," ho
niisworcd. "Kear Is common to nil
mankind. Not to feel fear In not cour
age. To overcome fear Is the true quali
ty of courage. 1 divide tho ncrvo forco
of n man Into two parts the impelling
forco nnd the restraining force the
snmu impelling force that causes n
body of recruits nt drat to run under
lire nnd tho restraining forco that
rnuses them to overcome for vnrlous
reasons tho llrxt natural fear. 80, In
climbing, one unused to It Is by the
natural Impelling force of his nervous
system nfrald, 11 f raid that his legs, his
arms, his support, will give way nnd
plunge him down. Shakcspcure, who
touched on nil human emotions, touch
ed on this feeling of fear In high places
when in 'King I-ear" be pictured Ed-
wurtl nt the ell lis of Dover.
"The one way to get over tho unturnl
fear Is by somo restraining forco from
cither wlthlu or without. I remember
once when n new boy nt sen was or
dered nloft by the mate he trembled
with frnr nnd begged .to be let out of
It. 'Upon my soul, sir, I can't go up
then-.' This was his ilrst Impelling
Impulse. Hut when the 111:1 to touched
him up with a rope'n end ho wns at tbe
top of the must so quick thtil tho mate,
could not follow him. The puln on his
outer nerves brought hi in to his senses
and made him exert his restraining
force. So If you happen to bo with
any one who shows signs of fear In a
high place a few smart i-lnps on the
face will bring him to himself. Tho
right medicine for unconquerablo fear
lu n high place Is Immedlnto pain ou
tho outsldo nerves." Ilostou Tran
script. An Iron Cinr.
In the "Memoirs of n Itcvolutionlst,"
by Prluce Kropotkln, the nuthor uays
that Alexander II himself, for all he
wuh willing to emancipate tho serfs,
was n man capable of singular harsh
ness nnd even brutality. When Kro
potkln wns promoted aud wns called
with other olllcers to the side of the
cznr, tho latter congratulated them
quietly, speaking about military duty
and loyalty. "But If any of you," be
went on, distinctly shouting out every
word, his face suddenly contorted with
anger "but If any of you which God
preservo you from should under nny
circumstances prove disloyal to tho
cznr, the throne nnd tho fnthcrlninl,
take heed of what I say, bo wilt be
treated with all the se-vcrl-ty of the
laws, without the slightest com-mlse-rn-tlon."
"Ills voice fulled," says tho author.
"Ills fnee wns peevish, full of that
rage, which I saw In my childhood on
the faces of landlords when they
threatened to skin their serfs 'under
tho rods.' lie. violently spurred his
horse nnd rode out of our circle. Nest
morning, the 1-tlh of June, by his or
ders, three olllcers were shot nt Modlln,
In Poland, nnd one soldier, Sstur by
mime, wns killed under the rods."
Scotch Mint nnd Other MUt.
Tourists lu Scotland nro sometimes
surprised to hear the namo "mist" np
piled to what seems to them rulhtr n
shower of rain. Tho peculiarity or n
Scotch mist Is that the drops of mols
turo nro very largo and scattering.
This, necordlug to tho Investigations
of Mr. John Aitkin, Is n result of the
purity of tho air in the highlands. Au
ordinary mist, or fog, In a dusty coun
try or a smoky city Is denso because
tho molsturo has lunumcrahle floating
particles to settle upon, but where the
air Is free from dust tho fog nuclei nro
widely separated nnd rcsemblo mlnuto
drops of rain.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 eaU per
Stylish Hats, Cheap !
For Pentecost Sunday, June 3.
ON SALE THIS WEEK AT
MISS M. E. KIIXEAN'S,
Good Air. Good View. Good 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 itsei' 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.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, o?
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS'is the choicest and most select of all tht
residence sites of Honolulu. ic
For further information, prices, terms, do., apply at
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SPRINO 18 WITH US onco again,
nnd as wo extend tho soason's greeting
wo would liko to hnvo you think of us
first when you contomplnto tho pur
chase, of your
IP YOU HAVK BEEN a customer of
Tho Kash In formor years, wo will
wnnt to continuo your patronage; but
if you nro not within tho fold nnd havo
never been, you will innko a mistake.
It you will favor ua with a call, if you
will allow us to show you our spring
boauttoe in Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., wo
aro suro ot winning you to tho extent
of giving U8 a trial this season. Our
namo receives consideration among ail
fnshlonablo drcBsors, nnd Is n guaran
tee of tho best CLOTHING and FUIt
NISHINa QOODS.AT IUQHT PRICES
What you will buy of us wlil ho right,
it must bo right.
HERE YOU WILL SEE IN OUlt
Clothing fine, tailoring at its best; here
you will find qualities as represented,
nnd prices in every lnstnnco tho lowest
consistent with tho grade of our gar
ments. Wo will refund you your
monoy on nny artlclo purchased of us
that 13 not entirely satisfactory. When
tyou nro satisfied and pleased wo shall
bo, but not before Yes, wo aro mak
ing n bid for your trade Can wo havo
it? SINCERELY YOURS,
Telephones 676 and 96.
P. O. Bx 558.
for making water connections
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase in
Manoa Valley a btautlful situated property
contalnlnc all the necessary essentials for
a homesteid and where healthful climato
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 favorable
Included In the Improvements on the
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 celebtated Walakealtua (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.
Fot further Information apply U J, H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, 1900. 1492-tf
Hack Stand No. 83.
Bay I do you know where I can get a
good carriage? Buret At the Hawa
iian Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hotel
and Richards itreeta. TeL IS. Noth
ing but drat claw carrtag es u4 ex
ii ni rtwmflMirui