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THE EVENING nniiliETIN:' HONOLULU, H.
I.. FlUDWi JUNE 16. IHi.'C
Published Every Day except Sunilay.
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
H. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. It. .PAntXlNQTON Editor
DANIEL LOUAN City Editor
Vott Office Dox
XKIDAY JUNE 15, 1900.
If tho people liavo their way In
American Territories they usually do
8. M. Damon private citizen will bo al
lowed to retain his new title for a short
In leaving tho newspaper ranks
Bdltor Atkinson leaves behind him n
record na a good fellow and capabln
writer. Say au rcvolr, but not gooj
bye, Hruther Atkinson.
It wad otit-llerodlug Herod when
Alatau T. paralleled the Innugural nd
dress with one or tho po'ms. Is tho
next Legislature to make poet lam cat e
a nalarlod position or was It exuberant
ioy over tho flight to official heights
and a seat upon tho otepso f tho throne.
it, as has been stated, Governor
Dole's Inaugural address compares fa-
vorably with the noted repl yto Minis
ter Willis, It will doubtless be remem
bered that the latter document was
drafted by Proprietor Thurston and
Dclegato Armstrong of tho Cocoanut
Club. Honor to whom honor, etc.
Poor Ponderous TUcr doesn't llko
tho President's appointments to tho
bench of Hawaii because- ability out
aldo Uic charmed circle of Our Party
la properly recognized. To think thai
tho men whom this organ has mado a
special effort to defnmo and ridicule,
, have becu recognized and honored by
tho President Is as bitter a pill to
swallow as tho proof of Its own In
capacity In getting the news. Poor
Although Alexander Young was but
a short tl'mc In ofllco ho has establish
ed a mark for business administration
that will keep future superintendents
of public works moving to keep up
with. Mr. Young has an agrrcsslve man
nor of accomplishing results that
causes tho people to accept his with
drawal from public ofllco with a degree-
of Bcllish regret. Llko II r. Da
mon he Is one of the men the people
feel they can III afford to lose.
Tho appointment of J. A. McCnndlcs
as superintendent of public works
places tho duties of tho most Important
position In tho Territory upon tho
shouldors of a practical man who has
over taken a deep and active Interest
In tho material development of the Isl
ands. During his legislative career
Mr. McCandless' well known and wor
thy hobby has been roads and bridges
and there Is ovcry reason to bcllevo
that he will lose no tlmo fulfilling his
ambition to have every hamlet of the
Islands nccesslblo by well constructed
highways. Ccitalnly thero will be none
of what tho Legislatures have termed
Kowclllsin In Mr. McCandless' admin
Governor Dole's Inaugural address in
a document worthy of tho man, as a
whole appropriate to tho times and
quite i-nual to tho dignity of tho oc
casion. Mr. Dole pays n tittlng trlbuto
to tho wisdom and character of Hawa
iian royalty and touches lightly,
though truthfully upon tho nttltudo of
tho Hawallans since tho revolution jf
'93 In withholding from political ac
tivity. It Is especially gratifying to
note tho good grace with which tho
Governor deals with tho liberal policy
of Congress In refusing to dlsfranchlso
tho Hawaiian-Americans by tho Impo
sition of Iniquitous nnd unAmerican
qualifications upon tho right of suf
frage. This coming from one who as a
member of tho Hawaiian commission
and whose personal representatives at
Washington urged reatrictlvo franchlso
suggests that tho action of Congress
has been accepted in ofllclal circles
with the same cordial favor which
characterizes tho opinion of tho com
mon cltlzms. It Is to bo hoped the
sincerity of tho utteiances will bo up
held by tho Governor placing himself
steadfastly In opposition to any pos
sible future movement to dlsfranchlso
tho common people either In the Ter
ritory or tho municipality.
Tho Governor's most lmportunt ut
terance Is his reference to tho power of
tho sugar corporations and Its In
fluence upon tho citizenship of tho Ter
ritory. Tho almost unlvonml opinion,
that llnds expression oven In tho ranks
of tho corporations dlroctots Is that tho
labor policy of tho past has sown Id
tho wind with the dangerous possibility
of rwiplng tho whirlwind, Tlioso who
know him most Intimately nro ronfl.
dnt that Mr. Dolo hnu oyer been pur.
onnlly opposed to tho hoiics giecd
of corporations nnd degrading iudoic
iti of (he Aelntlu contrnet lmr ny.
um, jho dfllciy of lliti punt mq
m IliM M Cllluf fwcilyt, Mr. P0o
bus UQl uhowii (lip bHfklmim 1 1) sup.
Have just berti received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make PichireFrames to order, and Irani our
large stock of Mouldings can suit any taste.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
port his personal opinions In his ofll
clal nets. Ho has not been ulcrt to act
when prompt action wi.s needed and
nppaiently has waked up too late to ac
complish posltlvo ro-iUltH.
Tho situation now is such that it
will take years to reform labor condi
tions of the plantations on lines con
ducive to the highest standard of citi
zenship and mako tho Territory what It
should Ik., tho Ideal homo of tho sturdy,
Independent, hard working, thoughtful
American farmer. Dut vested rights can
not bo taken by tho throat nor corpor
ation methods, established under pa
ternal governmental favor, bo
upBet by a mero whim of the hour, n
sudden reversal duo to tho dawning
appreciation of past mistakes. Gover
nor Dolo Is not unacquainted with this
fact, consequently his words sound hol
low and lack posltlvo forco and effect.
It is never too late to begin, however.
If Governor Dole will earnestly and
forcefully carry out tho policy outlined
In his inaugural ho may be able by Blow
degrees to turn labor conditions toward
higher channels. Tho present status Is
so firmly established that ho will not
live to see tho full fruition of his ef
fort, but tho citizen, tho laborer and
tho capitalist will nevertheless derive
lasting benefits and tho social, political
and moral life of tho Territory moro
closely approach tho highest piano of
American standards provided tho task
Is assumed with calm and unfaltering
--- and Price
Pacific Cjc'c Co.
Assessments have been failed on the
Assable Stock if this company nj to
become tUf and n.iyai e at the office of
Castle ft Coolie, Ml,, on
June lit. (oo, ip r cent, (ta,oa w
urej dt nquent July Jst, 1900, '
July IS, loco, jiper Cen, (fj,oorr
W, A, MQWrW riMirr.
novation fMibmiobiii t,u;, 1,!M.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that tho hours tor Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4to 8 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14. 1899.
FIRST To be absolutely PURE OLIVE
SECOND To glvo perfect satisfaction
to tho consumer.
THIRD To not become rancid on tor
sholf. If kept In the package.
Tho manufacturer offers to pay SUmi
for any bottlo of Glfford's Olive on m
original package, found to contain any
-A.t .A.11 Grocers,
faj Walnrboiise & Co
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
The Undrrl(rnril liiili!r t!l. .!.. K....
efceted As'jmre of the Estate of J. J,
Coombs, a bankrupt rutlce Is hereby
given to nil creditors of said J, J, Coomhi
toprejeiitlhelrcMliiis to the undersigned
at Hie iillice of Ions & Coke, WjHuIui,
Maul, II, I , within t x innnths ffom this
i"'?' 0,;,,,1.1 snm? " i frVfr bailed,
Aid all tlinse ml.. ii,l 1, . M I I
Cnnmbsjire hereby required In mako lin
nedUte fccttltineiit of mk ndcbetne1
(0 111 ft
Aulpi or I it Niil 01 I. J, Colimlx a
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SPRING IS WITH US onco again.
and as wo extend the season's greeting
we wonld llko to have you think of us
first when you contemplate tho pur
chase of your
IP YOU HAVE BEEN a customer of
The Kash In former years, wo will
want to contlnuo your patroaago; but
It you aro not within the fold and havo
never been, you will mako a mistake.
If you will favor us with a call. If you
will allow us to show you our spring
beauties In Suits, Shirts. Hats, etc., wo
aro sure of winning you to the cxtont
of giving us a trial this season. Our
name receives consideration among ail
fashionable dressers, and is a .guaran
tee of the best CLOTHING and FUR
NISHING GOODS, AT RIGHT 1'HIGES.
What you will buy' of us whl boright,
It must bo right.
HERE YOU WILL SEE IN OUR
Clothing fine tailoring at Its best: hero
you will And qualities as represented,
and prices In every Instance the lowest
consistent with the grade of our gar
ments. We will rcrund you your
money on any article purchased of us
that Is not entirely 'satisfactory. When
you are satisfied and pleased wc shall
be, but not before. Yes, we are mak
ing a bid for your trade. Can we hare
it? SINCERELY Y0UR8,
Telephones 676 and 06.
P. O Box SR8
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Ml'less. Tdt and Watun W. B
Stcitn Engine Diameter of cylinder is
incnes, stroke 3 iet.
One Four Rollsr Mill steel gear,
2$X"x4U. 7m. long.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (14
cells) capa Itv so tons.
One Inple Effect 350 2" tubes 4 ft.
7 inches lone.
- One Sm.i 1 Steam Juice Pumn.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pjn U in. Copper
Colls ico' capclf 5H tons.
One 8 ft Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
vv . j uftiiiiy lull''.
Duplex Blake Fred Pumri wate- evlln
der4Hxi2". iteim Blake Feed Pump
water cylinder 7HX12" suction pipe 4"
discharge 254. strain dIdc M.
One New 16 it. I umilar Boiler 6 ft.'
diameter, 74-4 Inch lubes.
I wo Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum Pumn 11x18 Inches.
One Tatun and Bowen Engine lox 2
inenrs witn snatt, gar anJ friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston Crntrugals, shaft and
puueys ana 22' mixer.
fin MnUcC PIllniM. D.lmn .w.aII
driven by belt and pulley from centrllugai
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20"
Sundry Coolers. MMIFittngs &c. &c
rnr pimciuais ippiyto
MESSRS. C. BREWI-R & CO., LTD.
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase li.
Manoa Valley a beau Iful situated Drotiett
containing a'l the necessary essentials foi
a homeste .d and where healthful cllma'e
and picturesque scenery are In the mldsl
of historic surroundh'gs and all In contact
with Improved grounds, planted with
various foreign frul'sas well as supplied
with fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii
The Hcreaee of 45.64 acres In fee simple
and 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included in the Imi rnvemmt. nn !..
(fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern
dwlllnp linnet fiimlcii! ttHU nUqn.
,- ...- .H....tfwM ..(,,. 0iiia, y
ana omer 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.
Foi further Information apply to J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 28, 1000. 1493-11
limn s wiiiircn s I),
I . WIlClAKni'UCIiATTIIl
llmvtilUin - Opera - Mouse
iunu 111, f r tuio O'CLOCK,
Hurrah for Admission Day, June 14,
1776 - Hurrah for July 4, -1900
Day Building. Beretanla St.,
Has received a large stock of
Colored Fire. Red, Green and Blue
: Assorted cases forfamily
American Flags, from 4 feet
i sizes resinnninr. uecuranmi. duiiuiik, American oiiimus. ,i
Lithographs of Washington, Granr, McKinley. D.wey, Lin-
culn, Sneridan and all Celebrities, Badges. Ribbons, etc.
P. O Box 635
Tel phono 478
CgmDIr, tad View. Gooq Htaltt.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H- H H- H--H-
, via Maxima
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grano
boulevard, and in itself an 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 so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, oi
the names, of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS i rh rhmw o ..i.Jl !. T.
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply at
the office of r '
BRUCE WARING & CO.
"We TTvTatcli "Willie "STo-ia. Slee-o
U4 eSTumUi; k ol "irwm.iil' Cl' "'". taniiriM. Ort.aHv
Office Rocm 4 Model Block
IJuiWr thu Unltod States law on nnd
after Juno Nth, 1900, nil Hhlnnine 10-
ftilplH must boar a 1-cenl Dociimuntary
Wur Tnx Btntnp on tho orlKlnnl. ilup.
riitu and trlpllcatu,
HhliK.TH lire itxiiiretrd In nlllx thu
Htiimpu iiccotdliiB to luw nu fruluht
riinnnl bu ipcoivod otliorwHo,
Hhliuilnii nwitn muet nmlnlii a
litutomniu nf tho nuilnnlu nf imukiiHon,
IWHIHHJ.AH", ,HTHM NAVJOA,
'I ()N ill),, l.iil,
Jim, ,, Wclrtimi. VIdii littldupt,
""" ' n't. 'iUi.i i"ii.. I.i. .1
'".11'. '.VMII l'llt,Hti
near Central Fire Station
display at -very low prices.
to 40 feet'. Hawaiian Flags, ,
S W. LFDERER.
I'. O. UOX 384.
NOTICB 18 HRHianV OIVKN TllATl
tho tenth asfoiamcnt of Uq (10) ptt
rent on tho caplui stock o( U Hono
lulu liapid Tramlt ft Una aompwj!
will lie duo nnd pybl to J, H,
I'luher. Trenmrer, t (11 Wort tttM
(upMlra.) Honolulu, nn tbi M in
o( April Init, Tho ttom upon w."S
an awaeuament may rflmilp ubm4 ai
4c)apiireuQ,uent, " " '" "" "
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