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Till; IJVKNINO HljU.I-TINl HONOLULU, It. I., HIUKSDAY, JUNI! it, ().
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Ht't.t.KTIN I'UII.IHIIINtl COMPANY
XV. It. mtllUNOTON IMIlftr
DA.N1III. I.OUAN (Mr IWllw
Ptr monlli, ntiywhcn 'n II. I.... I ?3
Vr ywtr. lit II. 1 S
Per yntr. pMtpnhl. U 8.. Cfltimln
or Mexico 10.00
Xsr year, postpaid, ovltcr forslgn
Ifcynulo tnvnrlnbly In nilvnue.
Tt Icphono ISO
Von Omen Uox 71S
Jl'Ni: 21. IWHi.
Who llii- ilmcc In I.UInnMiini'T
CIvIIUpiI tilowliliril I llii' "lily prlw
at which China 'r rih'imo from liarlmrh'
tnunlcr ran be nought
With Clil mi titulrrRiiiiiK pup.irntlim
for the llnnl rsirt Init. uimr (lorn Paul .
mil Imrilly mt n Hthkful in t l-c In the I
Anicricnii nemMupcm. i
Hawaii lhlc into the Amrrliiin
groopB In mnli mi .iy mnntiHr tint
tussrst no Immi'ilinti' ni'i malty for .
uperlnl IrglBlntlvo nosslon.
The Ni'lll Company certainly roinif
to Honolulu highly rwoiniwnileil anil
the Kami1 Is trill' of the Kontlitti'll Open
Company which has hem tin- upcclal
objirt of attack from prrjinllcpil itUIck.
After the l-'ourth of July romnilttce
Ihih maile Its appearance ami ilone 11 w
work, the coast will he clear for the
civic federation to enter upon the flehl
of action to prepare for the municipal
ity. HukkI.ui prepomlerancv among the
troops marching upon Peking siugestu
that the Czar Is taking nilrantaKe of
lliltlsh itlincultlcs In South Africa, not
withstanding frequent assertions of the
filcuilshlp of neutrality.
In the new American pathway to he
prepcieil for American vessels plying
to anil from the Philippines, Hawull
will have a pluic as the half way house
mill It neul not fear the position will he
lost to competitors Hawaii has none.
Superintendent of Public Works Me
Camllcss holds by far the most Import
ant position of the Territory both In Its
political bearing anil Its liiltueiue on
the prosresH of the future Territorial
material lutercsts. Ah Senator, Mr
McC.inillci.8 made a icinril for kiuiwl-ig
what ought to be done, ns the head and
front of the public works department
he now stnrts out with even greater
lm nml energy to demonstrate how tu
John 1). Long as a Vice Presidential
candidate will add the Cistern strength
to the national Republican ticket which
lias been a mandatory factor in every
campaign. Although possessed of con
siderable wenlth and of high soclcl
standing Secretary Long has always
hi en a man of the people, u true Amer
ican type of manhood whose financial
and political success has not turned his
heml after the manner of the newly i
The prospect Is that Hawaii will lo
iillowed hut two delegates In the He
publican National Convention. Ily vir
tue of tho local convention vote this
honor anil responsibility will fall upon
Col. Samuel Parker and A. N, Kcpol
kal. Under these circumstances It will
hardly be possible fur the cry to Im
raised that Hawull and the native lla
wullans are not strongly represented hi
the dominant party of the United
Some one oughf to Invent a new tltlo
for the Superintendent of Public Works
and Superintendent of Public Instrti"
tion In order to uphold the dignity of
the iterations. "Supt." Mt-CnndlesH or
"Supt." Atkinson doesn't flli the bill.
In the rush of Hawaii's new American
Ideas and tho tendency to cut j.'ames
short, the first thing we know the p.e'J
ple will be saying "Juck" mid "Alatau'
The Oovcrnor, Secretary und Trcusuier
nre lucky In having titles short and
to the point.
Consul Salto's trip among bin coun
trymen to gle them exact Information
on their position under American law
Is n timely move. Jealous of the respect
ilue its poorest citizen, Japan Iiiib set
tin example to the world of making
ever' effort to prevent Its citizens from
causing troublo In foreign countries'.
I.o) al Japanese subjects will readily
incept the advice of their consuls.
Those who will not are not worth men
tioning, the sooner Hawaii gets rid
ot them the better.
A prominent United Scutes Senator
wiltes a friend that, with the work
Congiess has alrcndy done for Hawaii
"eventual cable communication" nnd
the half way house for the Immcnso
American trade with the Philippines
and China, the people of Hawaii should
be lolling In nllluence. It Is uppnrent
that the leading men of the United
Stntes consider the cable one of the I in
portant public works that will not
hne to wait more than one more ten
sion for tho necessary funds.
The peoplo have every reason to ex
pect under the administration of J, A.
McCandU'ss nn aggressive policy In foi -wnrdlng
public work. It Is an open
question, however, whether he will tin
able to obtain full credit for his efforts
If ho retains Mr. Howell na one of his
Chief lieutenants,. 1'or somo leason
Mr, Howell haH been a hoodoo to ni
most every administration with which
he has been connected. This seems to
be due to his Incupuclty for the exteu-
llr ilnlln lit III pimlllnti, rnthrt llitih
n link nt MiiikIuIup nil to what MiimM
lie itmin III' Rltiti Iih i.itith tlltti In
iiillinr tl tnllft tin will in i Hit pit
inrtnitl If) iinllnhtf with tin ill
tllKl III IIIIMI' IIIIIHHIHIi . .I. of il'
tifllw ni-i- in Rln ml llnwilln lioiii'M
it ilwlri' In ill) wlml In rlRhl Imp w
ir liroti ImpmrliHl. Hi' linn mil lm
cr. hnwn hlliiwlt In In' III" mull f
thr ptai. h tit prill) lhnroihl
lliroilinl out al rtrrj wMilim t i'
nil! oitmillmf licu-nhi'..
In conslderlnK the renewal of Hip Or
pliHim license It Is to be Iwiwil lll
Treasurer of the Territory w ill not t"
anidMl tit the mlatakeii polity thai
iniisnl this Ilunse to ho withheld bv
j omeerjt of the He public. The Orpheiim '
In n local Institution whlrh Iiob met the I
gem nil nppnirn! of the pioplo. a popn-,
i lar play houn uftcr the order of thine
j uinttitatiied by modern cities through- j
out the t'nltid States. Th estiltement
I that the granting of n liquor lU'itmi
would lie nil Inci'lltlw to llitelilpemni"
i Is mil upheld by experience in otli.-r i
' cities, nor Is such n result for
I slinilowiil 1 the past hiMory of th
house. The management Is tu the hniiili
of capable ami unlvirwilly respect-'
ImsliicE men whom name Is n guanri- ,
tee against the ,oslbllity of an alia- '
of the privileges grained under
.Many good citizens will doubtless b
pleased with Hie wiping out of all
liquor licenses. With all due respect to
their opinions, whhh are as worthy of
(onslderatlon ns those who believe In a
wide open town, the fact still remains
that the people of Honolulu nre not In
fawir of prohibition, nor nre they op
posed to the sale of liquors at u popu
lar theater. It Ib merely n question
whether the Territorial oindats will al
low u popular demand to be supplied.
This Is by no means n proulbtlop Ter
iltory, nor Is Honolulu a city given
ocr to corrupt and ribald curousals of
low dance hulls. The city Is expanding
nml taking up with many of the pleas
ant features of metropolitan life tlint
relieve tho monotony nuturally attend
ing its Isolated position.
It should he the policy of Territorial
olllclals to nt least meet the people half
way, to keep puce with the times ami
leeognlzc the fact that the use of
liquor Is nut a matter that can be prop
erly regulated by oijioilug the maiilfeHi
deslies of the people.
GlliLS ON A BENDER.
Wellesloy, Mats., June 10. Welles
ley Colli go Is settled almost to Its nor
mal state of calm after an exclttns
escapade of Thursday night and Fri
day. Twenty-live sophomores. Includ
ing the class president. Miss Krauecs
Huglits of Cortlnndt, N. Y who wem
bound hand ami foot anil tied lo ticci
In the woods, are Just resuming con
versation with ISO juniors who brought
tehm tel grief. The Juniors' Ire was
aroused becuuse the sophomoris laid a
plot to wlfhcss their secret ceremony
of "burning forensles." They caught
n suphomuie spy and then enptured nil
the rlngleadeiB In the plot.
There was u full utteiiduncn at the
regular monthly inciting of tho An
nuel u ted Charltlis yesterday afternoon.
President Dole was In the chair. The
matter of election ot olllcers was
brought up. It was explained that this
work should have been done ut the mi
nimi meeting so the present nitlcem
will have to remain In their places un
til the next annual meeting.
The manager's report showed twenty-seven
appeals for asslstnuce ilurliu:
the past month, l'lve applicants havo
been placed In pusltlons. l'our young
people were secured positions dining
the past week, During the month the
manager personally Investigated fifteen
euses, furnished twenty-eight meals
und disbursed JIC'J. There were l!iu
Tho trcusuier's report showed $03 re
ceived during the muutli nnd $11!U ills
burned. Ilalance in tho treasuty, $01:'.
91, An annual report uf the work or
U'le oiganlzntlou was urdered printed.
Thoso will be distributed to people In
tcrcs.'ed. AMah Hone's Recltnl,
Tho following program has been ur-
rangevl for tht literal y recital by Miss
Howe In the Y. M. C. A. this Thursday
night nt 8 o'clock:
1. "Come Here" Trunbluteil from
German .... Miss Genevieve Word
2. "The Story of Roslna"
3. "A Telephone Homanro"
4. "Aunt Mellssy on Hoys"
J. T. Trowbridge
'Hob, Son of Ilattle Extract
r'rom Alfred Olllvant
The Utile Hntchct Story" ....
Huth McKnery Stuart
'Extract from Dr. Sevier"
Geo. W. Cabin
RuftHla nnd Hrltluli Mnjorlty.
XVashlngton, June 14. Tho following
cablegram has been received from Ad
"Tong Ku, June 14. Secretary of
Nnvy, WuBhlngton. Twenty-five hun
dred men nto on the roud to Peking
for tho relief of the legations; ejnc hun
dred nre Americans; English nnd Hub-
6lun3 nro In large majority; nil nations
represented. The Viceroy nt Tien Tsln
gave permission to go mem; imiihi.hi
being repaired ns force ndvanceis. Rus
sians now undlng soldiers from Port
Arthur, with urtlllery."
Attorney General Gives
Law ana Citizenship
IMIlur CtcnliiK lliillilln The Urn
iinniber nt Inquiries al Hils oltUi In r
praril to iialnrnllHitloli mid iltlnii-h r
IHillenU tht It may be h piiblli m
vlco to publleh the poitlon of the Ti i
rltorlfll Art hlul of the llexlfi-d lsliii"
uf the t'nltnl HIillM relative to tlil
: Section 4 of thP Art to pnitiu- i.
(lorernmtut for th TeHllory of Hm
That all persons who were eltlz-.
or Howkii on Aagnit tttb. ii r
l hereby iJrrlartHl to ho eltlKns of t'e
i nllrd fStntes. nml cttltciu of the Ter
l iltory of Hawull.
"And nil rltlrtna nf llio llnlled Statei
I resident In tho llnwiillnn Islands wlm
1 wero icilduit llnie on in Rlnte Aiikum
IStli. IVJS. nml nil cltlrijis of the full
ed States who shall hereafter rishb i.i
the Tenllory of Hawaii for oni yem
hull be citizens of the Territory of II t-
Feitlnn U'O of Hie same Ail. pn -villi
"sVetlon leu. That for the purposes of
naturalization tinder tli. laws of i.i
Pnited States rcslileme in the Hawa
iian Islands pi lor to IW filling effe
of this Ait shall bo cleciiied iquixalcn.
lo iisldeuci' In the I nlt-d Statis nn.l I
in tlif Tcriltory of Hawaii, nml the ie-
qiilrcment of a previous declaration of
iuiiiiiion to become 11 iltlren of the
United States and to lenuunce form-r
iilleghinie sln(l not ipp'y to persons
who have resided III rtibl Islands nt
li.iml live vturs nrlor to tho taking ef
fect of this Ait; but nil other provi
sions of the laws of tho United States
1 elating to naturalization shall, so fur
ns applicable, apply to i-ereons In the
Section 21(13 of the Ilevlsed StututiM
of the United States, provides:
"See. 2IC". An alien may he nil
mlttid to become 11 citizen of Un
united Slates In the following manner,
ami not otherwise:
"I'ltst. He shall declare on oath,
hefoie n circuit or district court of the
United Stntes. or n district or supreme
court of the Territories, or a court of
iccord of any of the Stntes having am
nion law Jurisdiction, and a seal and
clirk, two years, nt least, prior to his
admission, that It Is lionu Ado his In
tuition to beiome u citizen of tlu
tliiltcil Stutes, nnd to renounce for ever
all allc glance und fidelity to uny for
eign prince, potentate, state or sovir
ilgnty, nnd particularly, by name, to
the prince, potentate, state of sover
eignty of which the alien may be 111
the time u iltlzcn or subject."
Under the foregoing provisions,
hi Icily stuted, uny person who wus a
citizen of the Hepublle of Hawaii he
foie the Territorial Alt went Into force,
or who was tin American citizen resid
ing here, having the other qualifica
tions essential to voting, Is entitled to
be registered us u voter here.
Persons who huve resided here more
than live yeurs, who were not citizens
of the Hepublle of Hawaii, und who nre
not citizens of the United States, being
free white persons, or persons of Afri
can nativity or descent, nre entitled to
(like the final oath before the district
court ot the United States in Honolulu,
or hefoie the Supremo Court of til
Teirltory, and probably before any
circuit eouit of the Territory.
Those who have not resided here for
live yea 1 s urc required to take out their
first papers as In other parts of tlio
The question has been naked whether
lepers on Molokal, having the requisite
qualifications for 'surfrago , lire en
titled to leglster us voters. 1 sec no
reason why they ure not on the same
footing In this respect us are other
B. P. 1)01,15.
Honolulu, II. T June 21, 1900.
Smallpox was practically stamped
nut In the I'nlted States before the
Spanish wnr. Now there hnve been
7M" cases with 102 deaths from the dlj
rnse, In the I'nlted States during the
past th lie mouths and a half.
fiiiiVifViWt fViiYirVy c ure
: MAGIC : headaches
E HEADACHE before
; WAFERS 5. breakfast.
"S!'.,.W.VV."."."'lc!; I" mil. nil ilraral.1..
SALE OF LAND IN
Orporltmlty s sUen to purtliatt II
Minot Valley a tMU'lful ItnattJ pfepf'l
cwt!n'iiR nil tht nr(erv entlnl fn
i liem(te ul an J where heiltlifulcllm.il
3iiJ piclii-eique scenerx' it In the mlds.'
of li!toric surroiiiicllPK ami all In 'nntac
with Imi'rnveJ Rrmitidt. planted ultl
vrlou futelRn frut'i fc well Mviptflrf
with fruit tree lnd!Ktnu to Hawaii
I he acrrace of 45.04 acres In fre slmpl
md jl. tfi acres unJer long am! favor il-l'
1 Included In the Imirovement. on th
fee simple portion Is a rnomv. inotlen
dwellltiK house furnished with sanltnrx
and other conveniences) there Is also sh
u;.ttJ thereon a roomy carriage shed anr
The celebrated XV nlakr.ikua (Water 01
the Clods) Palls Is In near proximity, anc
tie conl. clear, sratUIIng water therelron
flows through the grounds, suppMn?
ample opportunity foi lncre.ied Irtlgallin
to the acreage already planted and whirl
l capable, of considerable lm(.rovement.
Fol further liiftirmatlcn apply to J. h
Boyd. Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 2, 1000. 1493.11
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
8PHINO IS WITH US onco again,
and ns wo extend the season's greeting
we would like to have you think of ns
first when you contemplate tho pur
chase of your
IP YOU HAVE DEEN n customer of
Tho Kash In former years, we will
want to continue your patronage; but
If you nre not within the fold and have
never been, you will make u mistake.
If you will favor us with a call. If you
wilt allow us to show you our spring
beauties In Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., we
ure sine of winning you to the extent
of giving us a trial this season. Our
nnmo receives consideration among nil
fashionable dressers, and is a guaran
tee of tho best CLOTHING and FUR
NISHING GOODS.AT niGHT PRICES.
What you will buy of us whl bo right,
It must bo right.
HERB YOU WILL SEE IN OUR
Clothing fine tailoring at Its best; here
you will find 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 any article purchased of ua
that Is not entirely satisfactory. When
you ure satisfied and pleased wo slut 1 1
be, but not before. Yes, we are mak
ing a bid for your trade. Can we have
It? SINCERELY YOURS,
Telephones 676 and 96.
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mlrless. Talt and Watson VV. B
Steam Engine Diameter of c Under 15
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
une rour rcouer min sieei gear,
2(X"x4ft. 7ln. lone.
-:-; v-. ,) . , . .
une umusion uaitery
cells) capacity 50 tons.
One Triple Effect 350
a" tubes 4 ft
7 incnes long.
One Small Steam Juice PumD.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan H In. Copper
Col Is loo1 canaclh ?M tons,
One 8 ft Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Colls 150' capacity 7 ton.
Duplex Blake Feed Pump wate cvlln
deraUxn". Steam Blake Feed Pumo-
water cylinder 7Mxu" suction pipe 4"
uiscnarge 2js, steam ipipe i.
One New 16 It. Tubular Boller-6 ft,
diameter. 74-4 Inch tubes.
I wo Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum PumD 14x18 Inches,
One Tatum and Bowen Engine 10x12
inches with Shalt, gear anj inction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston Centri'UEdls, shaft and
millevs and 221 mixer.
One MoUuses 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 apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
30P LATEST PATTERNS
Have just beui received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make Picture Frames to order, and lrom our
large block of Mouldings can suit any taste.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Good Air. Good View. Good Health,
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H H1 "pi H1 'nw
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all pqinis, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of
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, o?
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone thai
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.
HAWAIIAN SONGS- I
, 40 Selected
-FOR SALE AT THE
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets.
FIIIST To ho absolutely PURK OLIVE
SECOND To glvo perfect satisfaction
to the consumer.
THIRD To not become rancid on tfir
Bhclf, It kept In the package.
The manufacturer offers to par Slim
for uny bottle of Glfford's Olive Oil in
original package, found to contain njr
.A.t .A.11 Grooers,
ones foi? $3.00
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It.
TUB bE5T IS CMUAPKST
Uwrtfore our btd Is always the loet
because then arc no better gooJs maJe than thute
I When you are fixing up the old store or
planning a new one consult us regarding how to
do It In style.
I Betides Signs and Display Futures we are
prepared to figure with) you un any lond of Interior
finish or furniture In the way of r ftice or store fixtures
partition shelving, etc , in hard woods of all kinds.
Plans and designs for the asking of