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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. t., THURSDW. JUNE 7. WW
Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 2t King Street, Honolulu,
II. I., bv tho
BULLKTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. U. FARRINQTON." Editor
DANIEL I.OPAN City Editor
,"" Tclephbmo 250
PaK Otlce Box 713
Tho platform adopted by tho Inde
pendent Hawaiian party la certainly
not antagonistic to the tenets of faith
promulgated by tho Kopubllcan conven
tion. Although Frank S. Dodgo Ih practi
cally untried In tho field of general
executive administration his good work
in tho survey department and with the
Bishop E.slato recommends him to tho
Tavor of the pcoplo as the futuro Su
perintendent of Public Works. tils
technical ability Is unquestioned and
tho people would havo every reason to
expect fiom him a generally satisfac
tory and progressive administration of
tho most Important office of the Terri
tory. NATIVB IIAWAIIANS PARTY.
Aro Uio natlvo Haw.illnns organizing
an anti-foreign, antl-haolo campaign.'
This Is tho question In evry citizen's
mind throughout tho Territory. Fair
minded men will answer "No." Upon
tho honost reading and honest Inter
pretation of tho action taken at tho
Hawaiian convention by tin foreign
elemont will largely depend tho atti
tude of the native H.iwiillans. It Is pos
Blblo by misrepresentation, by Imput
ing to tho natlvo ILxwallans motives
not expressed nor ivld ticca in their
acts to drlvo them Into n solid organi
zation that will go into nn election
with tho cry, "Down with the hacles."
This Is possible If the people were dis
posed to reach out and grasp the race
cudgel at every opportunity, after the
manner of tho morning organ. Ilnpplly
for tho welfare of this Territory, now
orer, tho result Is not probabK l'jrtu
natoly, this ponderous organ does not
oxprees tho sentiment of the majority
of tho American element nor n minor
ity of the native Hawaiian.
Hawaiian will listen to reason, but
they cannot and will not be driven.
They know that tho shot test and
quickest road to a aitiidrawiil of the
liberal privileges granted tho pcoplo of
these Itlands will be the Inauguration
of a campaign holding closely to lace
(vision. They havo rufuclent good
Jirdgaicnt and political acumen to re
alize that such a campaign woulJ not
bo la keeping with tho word or spirit
of ths Queen's advlca: "All wo cm do
aow la to become good America 1 tltl
on." Proper Interpretation of tho icniarks
made at the convention shows that the
discussion was centered on partlej, not
Individuals, nor upon rnco preju
dice. The advice given by the
leaders was distinctly against race
prejudices and antagonisms. Th) sen
timent of tho meeting was largely op
position to the pcispnnel of tho 'terri
torial Executive. This Is unfoituimto
and ill-Rdvl8cd, although tho people of
the Territory recognuo It as a natural
result of Hawaii's clviotlc history. Tho
officers of the Territory aro as firmly
established as tho rights of American
citizenship which tho people of tho Isl
and onjoy. Grloxlous political errors
may havo been made in their selection,
hut it Is absnlutn uousenRo for any
body of citizens to Inaugurate personal
warfare or engage in a campaign,
necessarily futile to upset tho man
datea of tho Amciicau people, as ex
pressed in tho action of Congress and
Streagtk of American ehurncter Is
beat expressed In the ability of the citi
zen to accept political situations; to
redlt to others Individually and suver
ally a fall measure of honesty, though
tho principles espoused may differ, to
withhold from political activities mani
festly at variance) with American cus
tom. To appreciate tho Innocuous char
acter of Independent political move
ments our Hawaiian friends havo only
to study American history and tho de
velopment of American parties. Inde
pendent parties havo Invariably proved
failures. They hav eno Influence, in
Congress. A Territory is subject to
the will of Congress as no other sub
division of tho American nation. The
welfare of every citizen of this Terri
tory demands that our delegato shall
havo behind him In Washington tho
power and Influence, of ono of tho
creat American parties.
No attempt will bo mndo to force nny
Hawallans to a full appreciation of
this fact. The day of forcing beliefs!
down the throats of tho pcoplo has
liassod. If any body of our citizens re
fuso to Accept honest statements of po
litical fact, It only remains for events
and oxperlenco to prove with what wls
iom and honesty of motive the advice
HOW TAXE8 INCREASE.
Editor Evening Dullctln: In tho
wrlto up of tho "Ills MiCully Tract
Deal" In Tuesday's Hullctin occur tno
following lines: "When tho land has
been plotted and Improved as stated
and put on sale, tho rovenuo from n
tax assessor's point of view will bo
not less than one million dollars aside
from building improvements."
Yes; Mr. Editor a most emphatic
yes! to every word nbovo quoted. A
man cannot plant a tree, or put up a
new fence or build him a homo but
what tho unrelenting maw of tho tax
bureau is opened lor tho exaction of
more tribute, while tho lazy boned non
resident land shark Is laying back with
unimproved lands on low valuations
becaiiHcthey arc lef t as an eyesoro to
progressive, neighbors and nro finally
disposed of nt high figures created by
tho enterprise of his neighbors whose
improvements Invito action by the ta
When will wo get rid of this relic of
barbarism, this bar to progress and In
centive to inactivity In tho matter of
land development and Improvement?
This Is ono of the unnccountablo
anomnlles of our civilization, almost
on n par with Us next of kin tho un
represented voter both strangely out
of place under a form of government
that claims EQUALITY ror its founda
There would bo little need of tho self- 1
sacrificing work of a Civic Federation
to save Its follow citizens from politi
cal pitfalls and to urgo city Improve
ments If tho two handmaids or Liberty
Proportional Representation and tho
Single Tnx wero given a show In tho
political field. Mny this day soon como
Is the hope of
Yours for progress,
Sixteenth Annual - Meeting
kin Jockey Ci
JUNE 9th G-11th. 1900.
effirRaces begin at i P. At promptly
n Saturday, the 9th, and at 10 A. M. on
Monday, the nth.
Races June Oth.
Commencing at 2 p. m. sharp.
BICYCLb RaCE.-P.Izc. Sterling B'cy
cle, presented by C.J. MiCanhv,Eq.
I. MAIDEN RACE. One half Mile
Dish; for all hor.es never started be
fore. Purse, $ico.
2.-FREE-FOR-ALL. One-half Mile
Dash. Purse, 5150.
3. FIVE-EIGHTHS MILE DASH. Free-for-all.
4.-TROTTING AND PACING TO
HARNESS; bet 2 In 1: 3 minute
cia s; Mer.hant's Purse, 150.
5.-FIVE-EIGHTHS MILE DASH; Ha
wa Ian bred. Purse, $tv.
6.-FREE-FOR-ALL. One Mile Dash
Commencing at 10 a. m. sharp, June
HALF-MILE FOOT RACE. Free-for-all
entries to close at the post. Prize,
L-UNION FEED CO. CUP. Half-
Mile Dash. Fr-e-for-all. Purse, $150
added; to t-e won twice
2. TKOIUMj AND PAC1NU. 2:24
Class best 2 In 3. Purse, Si 50.
3.-WAIDEN5. FIve-elRhts Mile Dash
Purse, $ 1 50.
4.-CrtLIFORNlA FEED CO.'S CUP
1 rotting and racing; Hawaiian bred;
2 In 3; jico added.
5.-IRWIN CUP. One Mile Dash; for
Hawaiian bred horses; to te won
twite, by members of the Jockey
Club; I150 added.
C RAINIER CUP. (presented by the
Seattle Brewing & Malting Co.)
Trotting and Pacing; free-for-all; 2 In
3; to be won twice; fioo added.
-WAIKAFU CUP. Three Fourth
Mile Dash Free-for-all. Venus' rec
ord of 1:16 to be beaten, 5150 added.
8. -GENTLE WEN'S DRIVING RACE;
for members or the Jockey Club for
horses without a record. Purse, $75.
9. KU5I1A CHALLbNGb CUP. One
Mile uash, free lor all. Winner to
biat time of Angle A. 1:45$. Purse,
J200 and $50 added, If record Isbtaten.
10. CRITERION CUP. One and one
half Mile Dash, fres for all; I250
n.-CONSOLATION RACE. One
Mile Dah, for all horst s which hae
competed at this Aieetlnc wiihout
winning; entries to be made nt the
post. Puise, J150.
All entries to be made with the Secietarv
at the office of the Manufacturing Harness
uo., correr t-orr. ana King streets,
before 2 p. 111. on Wednesday, June 6,
Entrance Ice lo be ten per cent of purse,
unless otherwise specified.
All ra.es to be run or trolled under the
rules or the California Jockey Club, and
the National Trotting Assocl tlon.
All riders and drivers to appear In colors.
At least three to enter and two to start.
All horses are expected to start unless
witncrawn by 9 o'clock a. m. on June 8th,
General admission. Including erand
I No extra charge for carriages Inside In-
Additional charge of 12.50 for ad
mission to saddling paddock.
Quarter stretch badges, 55.00.
Program subject to cnange.
Per order Committee
PAUL R. ISLNBERG,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
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
ii pes at, Mmtj
-After June 1 !th Carbol
cenr. a large sivpmeru jusr
rate tor the present.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Ono of tho Most P'pular Wheels
: In the East Is the: S
HlOH GRADE IN EVERY RESPrCT
HERE ARE ITS PRICES:
Medium Grade J40 t.
High Grade 45 g
Light Roadster 55
Chalnless 75 "
FORT STREET. $
MrMBfttBl NO.lSNHOniHAI EJiYSU
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mlrless. Talt and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 15
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
une four Holier mill steel gear,
25M"x4ft. 7ln. long.
One Diffusion Batterv Comulete In
cells) capacity 50 tons.
Une triple tried 550 2" tubes 4 ft.
7 Inches long.
One Small Steam Juice Pumo.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan U In. Copper
Coils ico' capacity s'A tons.
Ona 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Coils 150' capacity 7 tons.
Duplex Blake Fted Pump wate' cvlln
der 4&X12", Steam Blake Feed Pump
water cylinder 7x12" suction pipe 4"
discharge 2j$,steamplpe .
One New 16 ft. Tubular Boiler 6 ft.
diameter, 744 Inch tubes.
I wo Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum Pump 14x18 Inches.
One Tatuvn and Bowen Engine 10x12
Inches with shaft, gear and friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston Centrifugals, shaft and
pulleys and 22' mixer.
One Molasses Plunger Pump 4x12",
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20"
Sundry Coolers, Mill Fitt ngs &c. &c.
For particulars apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Pharaoh's Serpent Eggs, a
novel and startling play thing
which when ignited seems to
5c. per box.
Pacific Cjclc Co,
neum will pav a duty of 2? per
received win De soia at rne oia
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours (or Irrigation purposes
aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from,
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 18S9.
FIRST To bo absolutely PURE OLIVE
SECOND To glvo perfect satisfaction
to tho consumer.
THIRD To not become rancid on tne
shelf. If kept In the package
Tho manufacturer offers to pay lion
for any bottle of Gilford's Olive OH 10
original package, found to contain any
.At .A.11 Grocers.
Assessments have been called on the
Asesable Stock if this company as to
become cue and payabeat the office of
Castle & Cooke, lit J., on
June 1st, 1900, 10 per cent, ff 10.00 per
sha'e); delinquent Julv 31st, 1900.
July 1st, 1900, 15 per cent. (15.00 per
share); flel Irunimt lulu net.
w. a. bvjwein. ireasurer,
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd.
FIRST PRECINCT, FOURTH D1S
The Polls of the Democratic Primary
will be oren at Lone Branch R.iili nn
THURSDAY from 4 to 7 p. m. Voters
in mis precinct can enroll at my office In
town or at the polling place.
, C. J. MCCARTHY,
Enrollment Committee 1st Precinct 4U1
District. is sop
nUUDr,ni0,c,rat.r,d,nK ln the SECOND
PRECINCT, Fourth District, which Is
Included betwrrn P11nnl1.n1 Al.r.1 ...
South streets fom the Hills to the Sea,
win pica: can ai my ouice on Merchant
Mreet and sign the Roll, any time durlnc
the day, and at my residence on Klne
treet afttr 7 o'clock p. m.
.lei!!JV?J?eleatfS on THURSDAY
AFIhRNOON 510 7 r.m. at Govern
ment Nursery, king street.
'jwn i-imnk UROWN
The Democrats of the FOURTH PRE
CINCT Fouith District, will hold their
delegate election ar the Band Stand, Emma
square, on I HURSUAY from 5 to 7 p. m.
The above Precinct Includes the Territory
Bounded by Nuuanu and Ahpal Nuuanu
retanla, mauka, to Schcl jtreets
S50tJ F. S. PEACHY.
terj Watertiouse k Go
Good Air. Good View. Gooo Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H- H HI H H
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself nn artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all poims, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work ol
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 sc
as to suddIv each lot. Permits for makino wntr mnnnpiinm
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 mrm Wf nf n th.
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
"We "Weitcli TTla-ile "2"o-ul Sleep
UUWEK'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
RtlliWe Watchmen fumlshtJ forttoresanl property. Best City rcfertsces rarnltw4. Dttectlu
Ml confUentlil work ol all tons, ::
Office Room 4 Model Block - -
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SPRING 13 WITH US once agalu,
and as wo extend tho season's greeting
wo would llko to havo you think of us
first when you contomplnto tho pur
chaso of your
BEEN a customer of
nier years, wo will
4Btr natronacc: but
if you aro frt-lPlte fold and havo
never been, you will mako a mistake.
If you will favor ub with n call, if you
will allow us to show you our spring
beauties in Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., wo
aro suro of winning you to tho extent
of giving us a trial this season. Our
namo rerolvcs consideration among all
fashionable dressois. and 13 a guaran
tee of tho heat CLOTHING and FUR.
NISHINU G00D3.AT RIGHT l'WCES.
What you will buy of ua will be right,
It must ho right
HERE YOU WILL SERIN OUR
Clothing flno tailoring at Its best; here
you wm nnu qualities as represented,
and prices In ovory Instanco tho lowest
consistent with tho grado of our gar
ments. Wo will refund you your
money on any nrtlclo purchased of us
that IS not rntlrnlv R.ltlsrnntnrv w,
you aro satisfied and pleased we shall
00, nut not ucroro. Yes, wo nro mak
ing n bid for your trade. Can we hare
UT SINCERELY YOURS,
Telephones 676 and 96.
P. 6. Bx S58.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY CO..
1 STOCKHOLDERS ARE HEREUY
i llOt I Don Hint nn nouuat,t .
cent on tho assessablo stock of tho
u.o v,uuijmuy wm 00 uuo on tho first
day of July, 1000, nnd tho remaining 23
per cent on tho first day of September.
1900. Payablo nt the ofllco of J. A. Ma
goon, Morchnnt streot.
V. WUNDUNHEIIO. Treasurer.
mJ..EVen'nS "ulletln, 76 conU per
prices, terms, etc.. aoDlv ai
P. O. BOX 384.
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase in
Manoa Valley a beautiful situated property
containing all the necessary essentials for
a homestead and where healthful cllmattj
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 slmpl
and 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included In the Imirovements on tha
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modem
dwelling house furnished wllh sanitary
and other conveniences; there is also sit
uated thereon a loomy carriage shed ani
The celebrated Waiakeakua (Water of
the Gods) Falls Is In near proximity, and
the cool, clear, sparkling water therefrom
flows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity for Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and whlcfc
Is capable of considerable improvement
Fot further Information apply H J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, 1900. 1493-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho tenth assessment of ten (10) pw
cent on tho capital stock of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit & Land Company
will bo duo and payable to J. H.
Fisher, Treasurer, at 41X Fort itaMt
(upstairs,) Honolulu, on tho 2d day
of April Inst. The shares upon wnick
an assessment may remain unpaid af
ter thirty days from said date, will bo
Secretary H. R. T. h. Ja
Honolulu, April 2d, 1800.
tm!Sc a'10' Jeri al:e 'Jereby notified that the
n. i7,sfef?ment of 5J r cent or ,wo and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
r -,- -v;i "-'i ia uuc unu payaoie
." bJ ' ?l llJe office. .f. ,l,e "''ersigned
411 1 Fort street J. H. FISHER.
M w'rt "ter ,s,and TelCrar Co.,
Honolulu, June i, iocs, f f p