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THE EVENING BULl
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900.
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Published Every Day except Sunday.
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
II. I , by tlifl
bulletin I'UiiysniNu company
w. n riimiKOTON liditor
DANIEL I.OUAN City IMitor
Tolcphono , 56
l'ost Office Hot. 718
WUDXKHDAs . jTNK ..(. 1900
One of the t;reat blesslnfis of Ameri
can life nnd );oerniiKnt la tlint the few
ludUlduuls ho do not upproe of Sun
il.iy papers nrc not foried to rend tlicm.
The United States Supreme Court hai
decided that Admiral Sampson loin-
1nnn1lt.il the AmcrUnn. tuiundron at
Santiago." Now another ronr may he
expected tu-tlie etTeit that Sthley did
Congrcps has clottitl without gllng
11 nv.nl I Its cable or poslthelv assuring
the construction of the Nicaragua
enna!. Hawaii has been dealt with so
llbcinll), Iimoucwr, that no tllscuiilant
nolo of criticism will be sounded from
this part of tnc Atneiliuti domain
Having hid a short hicathlng spell
from recent festlltlcs the people an
rtai.) to take up the I'ourth of Jul
ttdebintlon. On this dm of all Anifil
nn dajs It Is to be expected that in
thiisln tn III mnhp up foi the redin ed
drafts that will b made on th( pocket
books of the communlt. It must oe
admitted that the iixml koiiicc of
llnanclal suppl) has 1mm.ii drawn uiun
heaxlly of late, t.
H he broad mlndtd and frlendl spirit
with which Mr. Scwall deals v)jth the
appointment of (Journor Dole makes
ilearly apparent the despicable tactics
of the factional organ that has sought.
een after the fight was oei to ills
credit Mr Sennit's strong support and
his hlnh standing among the lenders of
the national Republican part. If the
pondciotiB morning organ pos3-"-"ed m
lota of the patriotic Integrlt of Ilaiobl
M St wall. It might possllil) t.i ilalm
to the title of being n ltepublliau
Tht lmprrsR liuwagti of China '
hanglrg hi ii-t-lf us rapidlj 1 s thin and
1 tr icilioitH tht niurdtrous II ii r will
nllnu. 'the minder of the Chant ellui
ot the .Inpiintx' Ligation ought to sit
He tin- iiuestitin of the DumiRir kt su
prematj fotrrr 'III ehiglitsl tint of
chlllit'l uatloi.s Is to tike b.ub.mi
Ciilna b the throat nnd hold It till tli
dentil rattle Is diowntd In the etuir of!
the progrcsalie Chlntht who with the
niklstante of ntironenii ami Ameikan
niM3iame oi uuropenu aim Aipt.11t.111
rrirmiK wmiii printh mil iii hiiniira nf
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Chinese corruption and Its national I was attacked twite on Monday and i s
t haracter for murder. I 'aped after being m.ilti rated b tho
Japan has cry promptly sohul the
lnimlgrntlou prohlcin of Iiertlti7iiis to
the l nlttd States b Issuing nil unit r
limiting the number of Immigrants per
month. This puts a stop to the howl
raited h labor unions otr the hoides
of Japanese Hocking to the Coast, unit
i-ohtB a problem that might become ' s'inimer cii.n tors, four miles fiom Ie
moie sctIoiih than the anti-Chinese k'ng. wero burned down. The tiunr
i i , .i .. i ., .. i ., . ., ,!, tcrs were quite extensive nnd had Just
legislation. Japan has ever shown tlut ,,,,,,,',.,, T !,,, belonged to the
she Is not disposed to send her people nrtsh (imcinmint nml not to Sir
where the nre not wanted, and this Claude MaeDonald, the llrltlsh Minis-
oliuitan act on the Part of htr oin-
clals will untiucstlonabl cement the
diplomatic tleu that have lioiind Amer
Itan and Japanese frlentlshlp shite the
Oriental doors were first opened to
Amerlinn progress ,
BULLETIN S I'UADY PROGRUSS.
Consistent with Its marked progrt-fS
mid Increasing popularlt) with the pen-1
pie, the Kveuing Ilullctlu Is presented
to Its readers In nn enlarged and Im-
proved form. As leader In the van In
giving tho people nil the news accurate'
In ever detail the Ilullctlu has added 1
to Its standing as the oldest Amoiiian
.I..II.. I.. .1... II-.. III,.
dally In the Hawaiian Islands; a tepu-
tatlon for ngrcsslve activity which has
brought n large nddltlon to tha sub-
strlntlon lists nnd lonstnnilv liicn.i,.
iug udvertlslng pationage.
I The riullctlir hits the first papei to
!, tell 10 foi lt uadets tha Associated
l're despatches by which Havjali is
given the haws of the world up to tin
hour of the milling of thu mall sto.tm
eis from San Krmulsco. It was also
the tlrst paper It empin) a stalf ttu
rtspondent In Washington during tin
, fessinn ot Congress, dialing with Im-f
iortnnt legislation relating to Hawaii.
Ponderous contemporailoB have fol
lowed In tho pathway paved by the pro
gressive American polic of thin papsr.
To keep pact with the spirit ot tho
timis, tho progress of Hawaii, the
Iliilletln has Improved Its mecli inual
appliances as sound business policy
warrants. Within the past .'x months
a Merganthaler Linotype machine has
been added to the equipment, two new
Jo presses of the latest modem bull,.
have been purchased and today the
paper comes from the new Uabcotk
Dispatch puss Just Installed. rhU
press Is the largest unit mojt complete
newspaper pi ess ever brought to tho
Hawnllnn Islands nnd allows tho en
largement of tho Ilullctlu In an attrac
tive form without forcing njou load
ers n mass of pages of olnnket form.
As n progressive Ariel lean paper
the Ditllctln will contltiui to voice thi
tk American Beiitlmentti of the peo-
I pie, .besides upholding Its well earned
1 flWJIon, in the Jionoiuiu neiu 01 biv-
nftthofiiw8 anu tne tiuiii uuouc u,
It la stated on
high nttiejltygiat Senator llunna will
sucojI hlmsjy Sg' Chairman of tha
KepOHcau rjpiiQjiif. uouiiuiiicu nun
wlllfconduct tfii tfflnlWi campaign. Tho
onVihlng wiJch ca
0 thU pro'
ttd, is s
iu change for tho
ilthina Will Lead
HEARTY PATRIOTIC CHEERS
Mark Closing Hours cf the Fifty-
Statesmen Let Lksj After Tbelr S'$lon cf
bird LsWr Cillttles Crowdtd
Speaker Gives Thinks.
Wnshlngton .lime 7 In marl.cJ
cotitiabt with the exciting Incidents
and the bitter struggles of the closing
hours of the session, Speaker Hendeij
son laid down his gaU at C o'clock,
and brought Congress to a close In a
most memorable manner.
1 he ptisonal rancor which ban
brought the house to the brink of ac
tual riot scnial times during the last
fort -eight hours gnc way in the clos
ing half-hour to a feeling of good
fellowship. During the brlif letcss
taken to glxe the I'ltsidcut time to
nlllx I1I1 signature to bills btfuie the
final adjournment members gathercrt
In the area to the left of tho Hpuker'e
desk nnd began singing p.itilntlc ulrs
I he gallcrlto weic banned to the doom.
'Culututila, tin (it m of the On. in.
Auld Lang 8 lie I he lted Whit
and Hint win suit tin;! .ii.dend
and, Gt, the singing plot ceded moi
mcmlicra Jollied tl.t ciod. until It In
rludcd almost the enthc mcmbsishlp
of the liousi ll.o sptctatots hi tin
gallcr Joint l hi the choruses Theio
was gieut enthusiasm w lu n tho stralm,
of "UiU fill upon the air. bat the
i nthuslnsiii t.uistd b tlilsdltl not itiiu
pare With the reiiuikablf demnnslrii
tlon which lollowi'd when, In n clem,
ihiglng ttuor, Mr I'lUi'crutd of Mnssi
chusctts started tho untlonnl untheni
v.ltli Hie Inspiring words "Oh. ta, can
)ou see lij the tluwn's curl light?" In
mi Instant nil the linn, women mil
children hi the gnlleiles were on their
feet, Joining in tin' singing, '111"
mlghi chorus from thousmds or
lluo.its rturl.c i.itul through thn lmll,
niakliig pntrlotlt hearts Imp and tin
speaker Hcntlerhoii t1tlieied a shoit
farewell upitti. and the House testilld
to his popuhiiity b singing "lor He
Is u doily Oood lVIIow." 'I lie news
papci itiut-t.oinlenth in the piess gal
lcr ((Icbiut'tl th'lr emancipation
from the Imidttis of Cougri&s 1j sing
lug th DoMilog
MURDER RAMPANT IH PEKING
Washington luiio 1" Oniclal dls
p.itihts leit-ivetl In diplomatic ttiar
ters llllw Hi.it the rioting In l'eklng
tlull ltithttl nit llctlti. Ht.iui. with tin
riotirs tllrittlng a niimbei of their an-
' unlit, against iiitmbcis of the dlifcunt
, for!1,!" legations there.
()nc ()f t, dlspatchCH states t hat
ii.. ..,!.. ni..i.. i.....i..
nion on me same nay iwo omtiais oi
the llrltlsh Legation, senlng as Inler-
pietcis, wcio attacked h a huge
irowd of loughs The ouug Lnglish
men held the nttntklug put hatk fori
'i while but when the mob threatened
to close In on them they diew ieot
.(is mid b a show of forte made tin lr
rt treat without hnillly Injur
About the same time the llrltlsh
ter at I'cklng, wlilcli glics aildtd slg
iiltltauio to tho depredation
The killing of the ehincellor of the
Jap.inisa Legation at Peking, Sugi
nma Aklra, Is not referred to In offi
cial mspatihes received here but full
credit U given to this report b tho
Japanese offitluls, who are personally
aceiualntctl with Mr Aklra and with
many of the clrfiinutances detnlled
The 1.111Iii,t of a member of a dlplo
, .nftt)c b-oJj a'm. tho f0ItB0K assaults
upon the officials of foiclgn countil'V
are icgarded as representing the most
I serious phase Of tile kltuution that luu
thus fat occuncd.
A cnbtcgiam has been lecelved nt
the Slato Department from MlnlstT
1 Conger at Peking stating that Tuau,
the father of the heir apparent, h is
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Ul-Kil !I''UI!IIIU 1 ll'Olill'lll u It' I BIII1K
u vamtii: also that lh.ee othei novt
Ministers have been solectcd, all afflll-
ntetl with the party opposed to the for-
eigncrs. un tnc wnoie. air uonger le
i ports, tho situation Is not materlall
Improved. Guards nre icpnlrlng the
railway and as soon as tiny have ni
rlved ut Peking It Is Mi. Congei's ho.
Ilcf Hint tho safct of tho fotelgueis at
that capital will be assured.
Uljt Money Dcnlt Out by the
Wnshlngton, June (J A carnfull)
piepated statemcut on the appioprla
tlons of the session was made tonight
by Senator Allison, chairman of the
Senate Comlmttee on Appioprlntlon
nnd Chairman Cannon of tho House
CommlttcV- an Apioprlations, In iiccoid
ance witli custnn. The statement save:
The apptopilBtlouB made b the llrt
session of tho I'lfty-slxtb Cougice
amount to 1709.729.478. This sum 111
eludes tlil.HTMi estimated to be on
account of 01 Incident to Hi lntc war
, tott It the
sentH the ordinary appropriations made
for the support of the Government du.'
Ing this session. ,
PnMKiiiic of the Knlclutlin,
San l'rauclsio, Juno II. Continuous
lain uud a high nnd dangerous sea
marked the 111 at seventeen days of tht
paaagt of the Hawaiian ship Ikilcl.ttha
from Newcastle, N. S. W., which ai riv
ed yesterday with 2GQS tons of coal.
She sighted Cape Maria, New Zealand.
Untonga island of thu Cook gioup, and
Bird island. The latter Is thu most
westerly 01 the Sandwich gioup, Is
high, unlnhnblted, and teems with
wild fowl. "Tho road of tho surf on
tho North Taiallone through tho thick
fog, the bellowing ot the seals nnd the
stench of dtca)lng flbh mo things I
will never forget." 'remarked Captain
Tho W. 0, Hall reports that the
James Makee will sail from Kapaa ,it
5 p. m, today wltji a full cargo of su
gar. The Kauai was at Wulmca dis
charging uugar yesterday aftenioaii.fe(
Internal Revenue Officers
for Hawaii Appointed
Collector William Haywood has
made the folowlng nppolntments In the
liil.rru".! Mctme serxkc for this Tci
rltory: W. 1'. C. Hasson, Chief Deput.
II. D Cousins, Cashier. .
i Walter rVDrahe Outside Deru'S'.
Oilier appointments nwnlt the opin
ing of Collector Ha wood's mall this
afternoon, which lBtcted to contain
nth lies rs to the offltirs he Is allowel
for the district. ,
Mi Haywood said to a tlultetln re
porter "It Is n ury dangerous thing
for 11115 boch to hae n still in his pos
session, and the finding of one that has
not been uportid wfll result In pi oc
tillion of the owner, 'I he penalty Is
suerc, nnd the still will be conflsiatetl.
Already tho olllre has stcured a mass of
Infoi nintlon regarding Illicit tllstllllng
"An) one lulng a mill should call
at the Internal Hecnuu ofllte and re
port It Distilling Is not lltcgnl In Ha
waii If combined In compliance with
the laws of the Inltcd Static
"No. ololehcc i annul bo dlttllled
Whs ? Ilecauko It Is made from Inrre
ttlents that are not prescribed In the
The Collector In further tonerm
tioli tinted that tht taxing of business
is would begin tin: Hi si ot July
Coltttor tlawnntl haKjslwoftlio ten
poiinlh In the formr United fctatf3
lonsulate. As soon as the piaie can Ih
jpiernttd. however, he will cslali'lxh
he sTlce In the Cn,iltol bar,tmcnt
Will Ml. I side, m.iukn.
IIAISR 101! 6l",00O.
ClilneHC Consul ClinrAet Corrup
tltin In Hun Pi-hiicIhco.
San Pranclsto, June 9 Chinese Con
sul Ocncrnl Ho Yu makes the state
ment that a proposition to raise the
qiiauintlne of Chinatown for (10 000
has bien made to the Chinese Mer
chants' Association, He sis:
"A Chinaman, n piomlncnt inert hunt,
Informed the ubsotlutlon two i!.1k nflet
the I. st tiuiiiantlue was dm laud, that
an unit lal had seggtsted the ecIic.U"
The white tnnn Is known. The Chinese
nicich'ints wcie willing to pay the
liioiie Almost thn entho amount had
bun (tilltctttl mil in, nit nt was to b'
inutle the following ta, when the man
win) tlalmctl to represent the health
ollUInlt. told the mediator that the
flimrnntiiif had gone too fai to be stop
ped and tout nigo.hitlons weie off
"I am liiMstlgiitiug thenffah mil at
far as I haw- gone alt thcM' fails line
been Mrllltd We are toilet dug oil
deutf and will probably bilug thl
matter Into the touits"
CHILDREN'S WOUST l'Oi:
Chi dren show s) inptoms of dtsea3'
imJckcr than growp. people, nnd nr"
lafcordlngly easy to treat for nil trou
' .,,. ,,, ' '. , , ,,,.,, nr
hies. 1 ho worst ftx-a of chlldr"n are
worms, but their presence can be read
lly detected nnd speedily ur.ioved
When a child becomes rt.itlisi In
sleep, ptcki at Us noso, grinds its
teeth, hai an Irregular apttlte, la ncr
vously hrltablt', and has bid hi tilth, It
U n victim of worms' work. Theio I
Just one way to treat worms that la
to kill them. Don't waste timet on uuj
other treatment, and don't v'nsto
money on any otht r metllt hie, foi
KIcknpoo Indian Worm Killer is the
safest, surest, promptest ami most per
manent relief from worms. Hobron
Drug Co , agents for KIcknpoo Indian
A volttutci i In a t'oloi.nlo itgiTitnt
In Manila has b"ui t irul of ninni hm
b being shot tluoigh the llno.it by i
! For Quality
,f-v and Trice
At n meeting of tho atotkholders of
tho Terrltoiy Stablns Co., Ltd., held
tills da, the following olllcers were
Jj. A. Mott-Smlth .... President
John K. Colburii .. Vlcu President
C. r. Hcrrltk Secretary
G, Schuinun Treasurer
Cecil Hi own ,.... Auditor
) C. K.tHDMniCK. "
Honolulu. II. T., June 1G. 1900.
? !& 1659-31
The unde-stKneJ hereby notifies his
clients and the public In fcrnrralMhat Mr
r7.' J. Dutra f irometlmeuccuj)lned dck
In mvofhee WAS NhVfct IN ANY WAY
CONNECTED WITH MY HfcAl. Eb
TATE OI? LAW UUSINEbS, and lino
longer to be found In the office of
J. M. VIVAS.
Honolulu, June tOth. rco.
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is Riven to purchae li
Wanm V.11ley a beau'lful sltuat'J prope'tv
onta'nlrtK all the neccwry esientlals fo1
a liomestcd and uhrrr healthful cllma i
and plctutesue scenery an1 In the midst
ot Jito-li: sirroundlnKs and all In fontact
with iw.ovei Rrount, planted wltl
various forcljpi ftul'sas well as supplleC
with, fruit trees Inaij-iuUs to Hawaii
Tht acreage of 45.G4 acres ), Ui lmptt
arid 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included In the ImtrovcmentJ on thi
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modert
dwelling house furnished with sanltarv
and other conveniences; there Is also sit
uated thereon a roomy carriage shed anc
The celeb'ated Walikcakua (Water ol
the Gods) l-'alls Is In near proximity, and
the cool, dtir, sp Hiding water therefrorr
flows through the grounds, supplylnt
ample otportunlty for Iiurcard Irr gatloi
to the acreage abeiJv planted andwhkl
Is capable of conlderabl linproement.
Foi furthe' Information appl to J. h
Hoyd. Interior Uepirtmrnt.
Honolulu. March iS, ioto. tim-tt
A SFR1H6 MESSiQE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
sriUKO IS WITH US onre. ngaln.
nnd as wo oxtend the season's greeting
wc would Ilka to have ou think of 11a
tlrst when ou contemplate the pur
cIijbc of our
IP YOU IIAVIJ IinHN a customer of
I ho Kash In formir yeuis, we will
want to continue! your palronnga: but
If ou aro not vlthln the told nnd have
never bun, i,u will iiiiika a mistake.
If oti will favor us with n call, if you
will allow us to show sou our spring
beauties In Suits, Shirts. Hats, etc., wc
aio Elite of whining ou to the extent
of giving us a trial this tcason. Our
name ret elves consideration among nil
fashionable drcrseis, and Is a guiuun
tco of the best CLOTIHNO Ptitl 1'LK
NISHINO COOD3.AT ItlOIIT I'KKJHS
What ou will buy of us will bo light.
It must bu light.
HKiti: you will si:i: in our
Clothing fine tailoring nt Its best; here
ou will find tntalltles as represented
and tirltes in t very Instnurc the lowest
consistent with tho grade ot our gar
mints. Wu will lcfiind on our
money on i.ny aitlele purrhasid of us
that Is not 1 mi rely satlcfat tory. When
von 111 1) sitlsfltd uud pltuscd wo shall
be. but not lit fore. Yts, we nro mak
ing u bid for )our trade. Can wc have
it? slnci:ki;ly yolijs.
Telephones 676 anil q6.
Oi e MHes. Talt and Watson W. B
SteJin Eusu,e-Ulaineter of cylinder 15
lucres, stroxe 3 left.
One I our Koiirr ftllll steel gear,
i$i("f(4h. 7'n. long.
Onj Uilluslon Hattery Complete (14
cells) capa;nv wtons.
One 'I rlple Llfea-350 2" tubes 4 ft
7 Inches long.
One Sun I Steam Juice Pumn.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan H In. Copper
Colls too' camcliv ' tons.
One 8 ft Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Colls 150' rapacity 7 tons.
Duplex Blake Kted Pump vvate- cllr'
JcraJixts". Steam Blike Feed Pump-
wat'r cy Under 74M2" suction pipe 4"
Jistnarge 2;,, steam pipe .
One New 16 It. Tubular Boiler 6 ft.
diameter. 71-4 Inch lubes.
Iwo Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum Pumu uxi8 Inches.
One TatUMi and Bowrn hngliie 10x12
'nchrs with snatt, gear an J friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston Centrl'ugaU, shaft and
jul If va and 22' mixer.
One Mel uses Plunger Pump 4x12",
lrlven by belt and pulley irom cenltllugal
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed. 20''
Sundrv Coolers. Mill Fltt ngs Sit.. &c,
For iMrtlculais arnlv to
MESSRS. C. BKEWBR & CO., LTD.
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
Knr Sale by
Hawaiian News Co.,
50F LATEST PATTERNS:
Have just been received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make Picture Frames to order, and from our
large stock of Mouldings can
The Pacific Hardware Co, I
Fort Street f
Good Air. Good View. Gooo Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H H H 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 points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at ever)' 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 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, 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.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
Comer Hotel and
FIIIST To be absolutely PUItli OLIVE
snCOND To give perfect satisfacttoD
to tho consumer.
TIUIID To not become rancid ion tnr
shelf, if kept In the package.
The manufacturer offers to pa; firm
for uny bottle ot Olfford'a Olive Oil to
original package, found to contain any
-A.t .A.11 Grooers.
suit any taste.
AT THE 11
Put on a Good Front Anyhow
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THE UEST IS CHEAPEST
ttwffott our bid U tlwavt im Iowm
Imouu ttur, ut no tetttr gooit m4 ttiu tlivu
, I Whtn you are Axing; up lh old llo- n, V
Manning antw onoconiuli us reearalnir how to V..
doltlntljla. , i';
I tleU Slpil anl Display Flilurf s w
Ppar4 to liguit will you on any k ni ol l"7f
llnlshor furnltura In thetay ot tticair stot'f"
fanitlun shelving, etc , in hard woods ofa
Plans and aniens for tn H" '