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THR EVENING nurjTjKTIN: HONOLOLn. H. I., TUBSDW JDNE 12 190 .
Publlflfce Krcry Day except Sunday,
at le King Street. Honolulu,
II. I., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FAIUUNOTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Edltoi
i Telephone 250
Tost Ofllce Box 718
TUESDAY JUNE 12, 1000.
If (JoTernor Dole Is considering rcrl
ously the name of F A. Uosmer as Su
perintendent of Public Instruction, ho
will find that the public will endorse
tho appointment. Mr. Homier may be
classed as an aggrsuslvo "yonnr; Amer
ican," a thorough gentleman, and his
loyalty to Mr. Dole's causo would crr
tatnly recommend him to the official
llfo which must necessarily be friendly
to the Chief Executive.
The convention of native Hawallans
cloned Saturday night with tho politi
cal harpies of the morning organ, en
gaged In trying to force Hawallans into
a race war, utterly discredited and dis
honored. Tho Hawallans by their dig
nity of speech and conservative action
hare upheld their reputation for
strength of character and won tho gen
eral approval of tho citizens of tho Ter
ritory. Tho nntl-hnole cry has como,
not from tho lips of native Hawallans,
but from a factional mouthpleco that
urged Congress to make a race distinc
tion with class legislation, that first
raised the color line antagonism, that
nurtured raco prejudice and has dona
all In Its waning power to fan Into
flame an Impossible spark of raco
The natlvo Hawallans are to be con
gratulated on the falrmlnded, conser
vative course they havo pursued.
Throughout tho United States with Its
Swedish-Americans, etc., nono of the
political activities as voiced by Indi
viduals or In convention offers more or
better proof of patriotic loyalty to tho
nation than has this convention of Hawaiian-Americans.
Granted tho right
of franchise their determination Is to
use It carefully and with full under
standing. When a former foreign peo
ple enter upon the responsibilities of
American citizenship In such a broad
minded, thoughtful spirit, they munot.
In exercising their rights, go far
astray from the fulfillment of the
foundation principles of the Great Ro
pni,..e to which they give- allegiance.
LOVri FOR THE FLAG.
To what lengths tho manufacturers
of the antl-haole campaign aro driven
Is evidenced by tho effort made by the
morning organ to cast discredit upon
the young Hawallans disposed to with
hold from taking part In flag raising
ceremonies at tho High School. It Is
cruel, cowardly, despicable to Inter
pret the sentiment of these young Ha
wallans as an outcropping of local
politics. The attack Is unjustified by
facts, dovold of tho gentlemanly u-cog-nltlon
of thnt national sentiment
found In tho heart of every citizen of
every nation large or small. One ban
only to recall tho day of tho flag rais
ing at the Executive building, the
words of regret expressed by foiclgn
era, the cheer for tho new flag temper
ed with sadncBS becauso of their love
for the flag that went down.
Let those whoso debased and sordid
mind cannot grasp tho tender btso
clatlons that cluster around a flag that
Is lowered forever be first to Impute a
sinister motive In tho hesitation to vo
ciferously cheer, to eagerly grasp tho
halyards of tho flag that bespeaks Ha
waii's new birth. Such Imputation docs
not come from tho heart of honest
Americanism, nor docs It And response
In the hearts of tho American people.
Tho pcoplo of theso Islands havo the
deepest respecttor tho Hawallans who,
with honest loyalty accept tho new
situation, but cannot for tho tlmo be
ing overcomes tho feelings of rcvereuco
for a national Individuality that has
passed Into history with tho lowering
of Us emblem. Though tho future
offers greater, grander and better, tho
memories of the past linger und can
not, should not be forced Into oblivion
by tbo harsh, heartless sneer of poli
tical harpies seeking to discredit the
motives of tho Hawullans, nn honest,
loyal kindly people
Mrs. Ed. SafTery, a native of Olowalu,
Maul, died In Honolulu on Saturday at
the acg of 70.
U. 8. Gossage, a native of California,
dlod at the Queen's hospital last Thurs
day. His age was 27 years, ami tho
cause of death heart trouble.
Mist Margaret H. Rees, nn EitglUh
nurse aged 21 years, died at the resi
dence of Albion P. Clark, King street,
on Saturday. She had been employed
In Victoria hospital, and her death was
through drinking bichloride of mer
cury Dy mistake.
OF LATEST PATTERNS-
Have just been received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make Picture Frames to order, and lroin our
large stock of Mouldings can suit any taste.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
tXr J IVER JOHNSTON pafl? Id
I One of the Most Popular Wheels 't
. in mo cast is we ; rj
HIGH GRADE IN EVERY RESPECT 2
HERE ARE ITS PRICES:
- Medium Grade J40
High Grade 45
g " "" " jf
Chalnless 75 53
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mlrless. Talt and Watson W. B
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 15
incnes, stroxe 3 reet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
25J4"x4ft. 7ln. lone.
One Diffusion Batterv Complete fid
cells) capacity 50 tons.
Une triple fctfect 350 2" tubes 4 ft.
7 Inches lone.
Une Small steam Juice Pump.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan X In. CoDDer
Colls too' capacity 5 tons.
une b it. vacuum ran 2 in. copper
Colls 150' capacity 7 tons.
Duplex Blake Feed Pumo wate' cylin
der 4Hxi2". Steam Blake Feed Pump
water cylinder 7KXI2" suction pipe 4"
discharge 2,steamplpe i,V.
One New 16 ft. Tubular Boiler 6 ft.
diameter, 74-4 Inch tubes.
1 wo HiaKe vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum Pump 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and Bowen Enelne 10x12
Inches with shaft, Rear and friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston CentrMugals, 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 fltt ngs &c. &c.
For particulars annlv to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Brass rods for sash curtains
also larger rods and fittings for
regular windows and doors.
Curtain chains for holding
back the curtains.
May all be had at
Pacific Cjfilo Co.
NOTICE OP SCHOOL HOLIDAY.
Thursdny, Juno 14th. being a Govern
ment holiday, tho Government Schools
In Honolulu will bo closed on that day.
By Order of tho Department of Pub
C. T. RODGERS,
Ofllco of tho Collector General of
Customs, Honolulu, H. I., Juno 9,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nil outstanding bills for services, sup
plies needed at this ofllco on any ac
count up to Juno 14, 1900, on which
date tho undersigned will ceano to be
Collector General of Hawaiian Cus
toms, must be presented to the under
signed for settlement by tho propor
officers not later than June 30, 1900.
Notice Is also given that all sums
duo to this office for pilotage, wharf
age, harbor dues, etc, accruing prior to
Juno 14, 1900, must be paid to the un
dersigned on or before June 30, 1900.
E. R. STACKABLE,
Collector General of Customs.
(Signed.) S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 1899.
JUNE u. BEING ADMISSION flAY.
all Government Offices tnroughout the
Islands will close on that dy.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. June 8, uco. 1 55413
FIRST To bo absolutely PURE OLIVE
SECOND To glvo perfect satisfaction
to tho consumer.
THIRD To not becomo rancid on tne
Bhclf, It kept in the package.
The manufacturer offers to par II no
for uny bottlo of GIfford'a Olive Oil in
original package, found to contain any
.A-t All Grooera.
fleorv Walcrhouse k Co
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SPUING IS WITH US once again.
and as we extend the season's greeting
we would like to havo you think of us
first when you contcmplato the pur
chase of your
IP YOU HAVE DEEN a customer of
The Kash In former yean, we will
want to continue your patronage; but
If you aro not within the fold and havo
never been, you will make a mistake.
If you will favor us with a call, If yoa
will allow us to show you our spring
beauties In Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., we
arc sure of winning you to the extent
of giving us a trial this season. Our
name receives consideration among all
fashionable dressers, and Is a guaran
tee of tho best CLOTHING and FUR
N1SH1NO GOODS.AT RIGHT PRICES.
What you will buy of us will bo right,
it must be right.
HERE YOU WILL SEE IN OUR
Clothing fine tailoring at its best; here
you will And qualities as represented,
and prices in every Instance the lowest
consistent with the grade of our gar
ments. We will refund you your
money on nny article purchased of us
that Is not entirely satisfactory. When
you arc satisfied and pleased we shall
be, but not before. Yes. we are mak
ing a bid for your trade. Can we have
It? SINCERELY YOURS.
Telephones 676 and 06.
P. O. Box 558.
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity is given to purchase li
Manoa Valley a beau Iful situated prope't
containing all the necessary essentials fot
a homestead and where healthful cllma't
and picturesque scenery are In the mldsi
of historic surroundings and all In contact
with Improved grounds, planteo with
various foreign frul s as well as suppllec
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 Imi rovements on thi
fee simple portion Is a roomy, moderr
dwelllng house furnished with sanltarj
and other conveniences; there Is also sit
uated thereon a roomy carriage shedanc
The celebrated Walakeakua (Water ol
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.
For further information apply to J. H
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, 1900. 1493-tl
WILL TAKE PLACE AT TUG..
Hawaiian - Opera - House
JUNE 10, AT 7j30 O'CLOCK.
Children will s-ll tickets at 50c.
Each hnMrr nf a tlrUr mint .--ill -f
Truii, 111C11015 vo i.iu . ana secure an
admission tlckt. Reserved Seats 25c extra
Box nlan ntvn WPnNPQnAV MflPN.
ING, June 13, at 9 oVIock. iSJjtd
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
: We will be pleased to fur
nish estimates forcomplete Electric
Lighting Plants and for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Office: 46 Merchant St.
Assessments have been called on the
Assessable Stock 1 f Ihls company as to
become cue and payabeat the office of
Uistle & Cooke, Ltd., on
June 1st, 1900, 10 per cent. (1 10.00 per
share;; delinquent Julv 31st, 1900.
July 1st. 1900, 15 per cent. ( 1 5.00 per
share); aellnquent July 31st.
W. A. BOWbN, Treasurer.
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd.
Stockholder nr hrSt nntir.H tl.q i.
Third Assessment of 5 per cent or tw and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payab'e
June st, at the office of the undersigned.
411 Fort SlfMlt. .1. H PIQUED '
Actr.Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June I, too. 155
Hurrah for Admission Day, June 14,
1776 - Hurrah for July 4, -1900
I to 6
Day Building. Beretanla St., near Central Fire Station
Has received a large stock of
Colored Fire, Red, Green and Blue.
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
American Flags, from 4 feet to 40 feet. Hawaiian Fla?s,
all sizes Festoonine, Decoration. Bunting, American Shields.
Lithographs of Washington, Grant, McKinley, Dwey, Lin
coln, Sneridan and all Celebrities, Badges, Ribbons, etc. '
P. O Box 535
Good Air. Good View. Gooq Health,
A special invitation is .extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
Boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all poiuis, as also scenic and marine views ol
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 to be fully completed by June
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 connectionT
will be -granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
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.
- H - H - -
For further information,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
TTsTe -Tatcli "Willie TTovl Sleeio
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AdENCY ... ...
Reliable Wtchmn furnlihed for stores nj croD.rtv n, r
n confidential work ol ill torti. UlSIll tny' B"' a 'nce fumlihed. Detecthe
Office Room 4 Model Block - - - - ?8.
- - P. O. BOX 28.
The liniforclcrnMl ti.ivtnrr ftile .i.. K..M
elected As. gnee of the Estate of J. J.
Coombs, a bankrupt notice Is hereby
Riven to all creditors of said J. J. Coombs
to present their claims to the underslcned
at the office of Hons St Coke, Walluku,
Maui, H. I., within six months fom this
date, or the same will be forever barred.
And all those Indebted to said J. J.
Coombs are hereby required to make Im
mediate settlement of such Indebtedness
Dated at Walluku, Maul, this 24th day
of May, tooo.
Assignee of the Estate of J. J. Coombs a
6 to 25
S W. LEDERER,
W" "W" rt"
H - - W - H.
prices, terms, etc., apply at
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the tenth assessment of tan (10) pw
cent on the capital stock of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit ft Land Company
will be due and payable to J. a
Fisher, Treasurer, at 411 Fort street
(upstairs,) Honolulu, on the 2d day
of April Inst The share upon wtuek
an assessment may remain unpaid af
ter thirty days from said date, will be
A J. A. OILMAN.
Secretary H. R. T. L. Oa.
Honolulu, April Id. JJOt.