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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE , 23, 1900.
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Published r.very Piy ercopt Sunday.
at 210 King Stieet Honolulu,
It t by the
BULLETIN HJIIUSHING COMPANY.
w. n. wnniNOTOX nmtor
OANint. I.OUAX City llrtltor
Per month, ixnywhcra n II. I.... J 73
Fr ytnr. In It. 1 8 00
Per ytnr, postpaid, I) S Canada
or Mexico 10.00
Vr year, postpaid, uglier foreign
countries 13 00
frayablo Invariably In rnhnncc.
. Tclephono 250
Pout OHlce Hot 718
SATUKIU Y JlWi: 23, 1900
Hiv. V. It. Livingstone. A. U. C. f
F., etc., ilc. Ins entered Into n con
tract to rontlnue his assistance In fill
ing the columns of the poor ponderous
Tlnor. ConKrnttihtlons, "Tlner more
ponderous than eur.
Post Olllce Inspectqr Flint announce
that Honolulu can hap n house to
house mall dellerj Iihu, Uh houses
nte numbered. This le.nei but one
thlliK for the people to do If they aIfIi
to shnro all the benefits nf n tlrst class
United States pout offle".
Ooernor Uolc will make no mistake
bj follow Inn the ndilce of his Council
on the speclnl leRlslatle session. Th
mnjorltj of the tnxpnjers do not want
It. Thev are the ones from whom tlu
execute c ofllelnls should take their
While the population of the Unite I
States has doubled since 1S70, fiero has
been an Increase of 103 prr tent In the
number of post offices In the United
States, thus nffoidltiR CI poi cent better
facilities for the deliery of mall to the
With free ships out of the way, fs
an alttrnatlc proposition with witch
to b.illd up tho Am-ulcan meuhnnt ma
rine, Congress at the loiiiliit; short
session enn apply Itself to the consider
ation and passage of the Ship Subsidy
bill. That action Is already usturcil.
The reputable and entiiprlslng press
agrees niton no lies. Adtitlser.
As the poor ponderous T ser has
demonstrated its firm rouU' to pub
lish political Ilc3 at every oppoi Utility .
it has ruled Itself out of l!i- tanun of
tho reputable, and interpilglng prrsj.
The time was when Honolulu found
the streets Ijctlci vvalMng than the
sidewalks. Willi the e-emeiit sidewalk
campaign forwarded at the same time
the sewer construction Is making the
streets n loelo road to Dublin, cal
lages nnd lilcjclcs'will soon be forced
to tittup tho sidewalks.
Under a most conservative estimate
the special election and extra session
will cost tho taxpajers 30.000. If the
expeubc dots not reach $30,000 it will
bu an exception to the general Mile.
This money eould bo expended to much
better adventace If ml led to the funds
for Improving and opening new nlgh
wajs In the uiuntij dlstilets or even
Corpoiul .. i. n-islej. wilting fion:
tho Philippines to his mother In Ohio
sajs. "If tome of those triltciis In tlie
United Slates had kept their moults
shut wo would have hud them (tho
Filipinos) whipped long ago. Anyone
that upholds antl-expansio'i Is no bet
ter than an Hsurrector" This confirms
other similar reports of the Denoeiatic
support given to AgulnaMo,
As n representative of tlie Portuguese
J. M. Vlv.is speaks for as many hard
working, taxpajlng householders as
any man In tho Territory, As these
citizens lmvo built their homes thiough
strict economy they naturally otpeet
that their contribution to public funds
will be guarded with canal care, The)
cannot look upon additional expendi
tures of a questionable character with
Cicntlng municipal governments by
leglslitlvo commissions can bo very
easily nnd pioperly side tracked by tho
people taking the Initiative and fram
ing tlie charter piovloik to the regular
teeslon of tlie Leglslatute. Itemember
now, or It will be forcibly proved In
Inter elections, that Honolulu Is not tlie
Territory of Hawaii. Citizens of the
other Islands have a tay In the expendi
ture of public mone)s.
It Is to be expected, of course, that
Democratic Congressmen and politi
cians should be loud In their denun
ciation of Hon. II. Clay Evers, 1'iesl
dent McKlnlvy's Commissioner of I'en
slotis, whom they nsacrt Is uufilendlv
to the old soldier, nnd the soldier's
widow, for tho reason thnt they aie de
sirous of securing tho voc inns' votes
It may, however, be of In're3; to lliebe
self-constituted champions of ho old
soldier, ns well as to the vetenns
themselves, to know that dining the
fiist three years of Conimisloner Evans'
administration of the Fencloii lluiciu,
he allowed nearly 5,000 more widows'
claims than weio allowed duilm; the
corresponding three )enri of his llemo
ciatle predecessor. During tlie fiscal
eais ISO J, lb93 and 18'Jfi. widows al
lowances weto 52 05S against .VT.StS
dining 1S07. 189S and ISO), rh'r 100.
In splto of the fact that the deenase
thiough death of widows of soldiers of
the Civil Wnr Is rapidly In reusing
fi 0111 ) ear to ) eur.
GOOD 8FN8H, NOT FEAR.
If It Is feir of tlie refusal of the Sen
ate to conflini ntipo'ntnunt tltnt
prompts the nptosltltm In tlie Comii.''
to n spcinl session tl'i omr (loei
nor Do'le ealls the eleetlon tho better
The Ilulletln Is com lined that this H
not and never has birn the motive oil
which members of the Ccjimrll base
their opinions the ponderous momlti?
organ of factional strife to tho con
trnry notwithstanding, if It were true
that (lovcinor Dole or nny of his ap
pointees eonsldeicd the slleitlons made
to be distasteful to the better Judgment
of tho people of this Territory, or that
these appointees must havo tlmo to
prove their worth before feeling ns-
ured of cndoisonient by tho Senate
then the time Is ripe for tho resigna
tions of the whole Couiull.
Confirmation of appointments has
no place In the discussion of an extra
session. The men whom Governor
Dole has selected for the heads of de
partments nre fortunately men of good
standing and character In whom the
people of the Teirltory have full con
fidence. It Is doubtful whether even i
Democratic leglslatute will refuse to
cndoise the appointments N'o party
tan niTord to put Itself on reeotd is
blockading the business ndmlnlstiatlcn
of the Terrlton unless It was bent on
suicide Venting personal spite bih tires
only universal condemnation as
the spiteful campaign of the ponderous
morning organ has very clearly demon
strated. Cnn the taxpavcis nfford the expen
sive luxurv of nn extra session Is the
single question which Governor Dole
has to consider. Are tlie benefits to be
derived by the Territory ns n whole
commensurate with the additional bur
dens of taxation necessarily a purt of
the extra session plan? After careful
deliberation The Ilulletln believes the
Governor will find the general senti
ment of the people to be opposed to
two elections and two legislative ses
sions within six months.
The Ilulletln publishes today a com
plete detail of postage regulations now
In foiee throughout the Territory. 'I he
change to the American postngu bs
tcm has enused not 11 little trouble to
citizens accustomed to dealing with
tlie United States as a foreign tommy
Careful observance of these rules will
me couespondeuts money and ussuie
FOH EQUAL lti:iItCSQNTA'I ION.
Udltor Uvenlng nulletln Your urtl
c!e on ' Framing the Chartei 'In 1 1st
tvetilng'B Ibspe of the litilletln was, to
my mind n most tlmclj and bio.nl
yav.c pieseutatiou of a matter of noti
ons Import to New Honolulu. The key
note to- good government Is tonncleil
In our statement that an "election of
Irecholdcrs repieseiitatlvo of every
voter within the city limits would In
sure the enactment of a municipal law
and the highest degree of excellence in
the city government at Its Inception."
lllght ou arc, Mr. Hdltoi, nnd with i
view to helping the good work along, 1
hand oi cop of nn nrti'lo on pi open -tlonnl
representation which has been
translated for the perusal of native
I'awall.ins, nn element to be eonsldeicd
In the future of this count!) as the)
have never been In the past.
.Notwithstanding the nliuse and tills
lepicsentatlon of certain elt) papas
the Hawaiian elmuut will lie funnel to
j'iproach tlie subject of legislation with
much more patriotic motives un
Ir.gs and with a much better
Hon of his tights under the Teultoii il
Act than nre many of the wlilto voteis
.vlio hope to make themselves felt In i
Youis for equal rights.
Honolulu, Juno 23, 1000.
Mr Ummcluth's nble article on pin
portlonnl representation will be pub
lished In full In a later Issue. IMItor.
In accordance w Ith sidion 1 of Chapter
XXVI ot the Lasvs of 1886:
All persons lioldlng water prh lieges or
those paving water rates, arc hercoy notl
firJ that the water rates for tlie term end'
lug December 31. loco, will be dcanJ
piyable at the office of the How lulu
Water Works, on the 1st clay of July, 1900
All such rates remaining unpaid forts
days after they are due w III be subject to
ai uddltlpnal to per cent.
All privileges upon which rates rennln
unpaid, August 15, moo, 130 days after be
coming delinquent, are liable to suspen
sion without further notice.
Rates are piyable at tile office of the
Water Works in the basement of Execu
Sup't Honolulu, Water Works
Honolulu, June so, 1900 tsGitio
Notice I-. hereby given thit the follow
ing Appolntmen's have Ken made In the
Department of the Huotlc Works, vl;
J imes H. Bovd, Chief Clerk.
W. E. Row ell, Assistant Supt. of I'ubllc
Andrew Brown, Supt. of Water Works
and Cleric of Honolulu Market. ,
Mirston Campbell, Road Supervisor,
District of Koni, IslanJ of-Oahu.
Captain A. Ful'er, Harbor Mister.
Captains J. C. l.o'enzen, Jno. K Alx
auly, M. N. Sind.-rs, E. I;. Cimeron,
I'llots, Port of Honolulu.
JOHN A. MCCANDI.J-.SS.
Supt. of Public Work.
Department of Public Works, June 14,
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notifled
bat the hours for Irrigation purposes
iro (roui t! to 8 o'clock n. m, and from
t to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO.
Mlnfster ot Interior,
Honolulu, June 14. 1899.
OF LATEST PATTERNS;
Have just been received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make Picture Frames to order, and from our
larjje stock of Mouldings can suit any taste.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
tm titonccnlratod Oropm
u im uni Utaana ut
ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BLQ01
LOSS OF COLOUR.
by the Leading Phrtldia
Hat titlf 7 if ncr SmA
Dcu mot HUtktn tU 7mA
Soon brlngi tack
bnn or n iu
ltnistt Artlrl 1
1, Haln t4 vltfr Inula tuti r tW
WAA fcr l Chnlan tnJ UnithU
rv. Rtn Lufayrtte I'aru
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Kale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
Assessments have been called on the
Asesable Stock 1 f this comptny as to
become Cue and payab'eat the office cf
Castle & Cooke, Ltl, on
June 1st, 1900, 10 per cent, (f 10.00 per
share); delinquent Julv 31st, 1900
Juiv 1st, 1900, 15 per cent. If 1 5,00 per
si are), ccllnquent July 31st,
W. A. BOWtN. Ireasurer,
ll.malhn Automobile Co., Lt'd.
$25 00 reward will be pild for informa
tion w hlch w I I lead to the discovery of
tre will of, W. C, Clench, drawn In 'oj
or Vt by C, V. Ashford, at Honolulu Hale,
on MrrJimt street, or to the proof of the
names of th: two wltnesfcs tneietn, by
PHILIP I.. WbAVfcH.
Attnreey at I. tvv, Merchant St,, Honolulu.
P. O, Box No. 154. 15O3MW
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SPRING IS WITH US onco agoTTi.
and as we extend the season's greeting
we would liko to have ou think ot us
first when )ou contemplate tho pur
chase of jour
IF YOU HAVE IJEEN a customer of
Tho Knsh In former years, wo will
want to contlnuo your patronago: but
if ) on aro not within the fold nnd havo
never been, you will mako a mistake.
It ou will favor uu with n call, If you
will allow us to show )ou our spring
beauties in Suite, Shirts, lints, etc., we
are suio of winning )ou to tho extent
ot giving us n trial this season. Our
name receives consideration among all
fashionable drthsors, and Is a guaran
tee of thu best CLOTHING ami PUR
NISH1NG GOODH.AT RIGHT PRICES.
What you will buy of uj vvlil bo right,
It must bo rlsht.
imitc you will snn in our
Clothing line tullorltiir nt its best: hero
you will find nunlitlej ns represented,
nnd prices in every Instnnre the lowest
consistent with the guide of our gar
mints. Wo will refund J on jour
money on nny article put chased of tin
that Is not' entirely satlhfnetory. When
oii are satisfied and pleased we shall
be, but not before Yes, wo arc mak
ing a bid for your trndo. Can wo have
it? sinci;ri:ly yours,
Telephones 676 a nil 96.
H. F. BERTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Ki.ig
itreef. Orders left at tlther shop, or office,
it John Noit's etare, Klne; street, will re
el ve promp attention; uji-tf
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers uru furnished with from
flvo to six lists per week, giving nn ac
curate record ot dieds, mortgages,
leases, releases, pawlis of attorney,
etc., etc., which lire placed on lecord.
SUUSCRH'TION I'HICIJ, S2.00 I'JJtt
A. V. GEAR.
Judd Iliilldlng, Honolulu.
LarttuMea!3tAMtaBHaaait.-v.jMMtJ. ..M., .1Mai.MMmM"nmM",,lT
Henry HL Williams,
WITH THE CITY FURNITURE STORE,
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 846. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Port St., neur Vlneyui'd St. Telephone und Night Call. 840.
WAIWEA SUOAU CO., LTD.
'I he books f this company are closed to
transfers from Mondiy, June 25, moo, tu
SaturJty, June 30, 1000. Inclusive
I5GHJ W. A. HOWEN, Irejsurer.
Good Air. Good View. Goon Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Ataxima 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 every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands oi
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 thai
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all tht
residence sites of Honolulu.
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
40 Selected ones for $3.00
FOR SALE AT THE
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets.
FIRST To bo absolutely PURli OLIVE
SECOND To glvo perfect satisfaction
to the consumer.
THIRD To not beJcome rancid on tne
shelf. If kept In tbe package
The manufacturer offers to pay Sinn
for any bottle ot Gilford's Olive Oil in
original package, found to contain any
A-t All Grooers,
eEK b. U. feUSTllALIA.
Just landed a tult line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, buruank and
r'(! potatoes, jates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
ojetera (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks. u.ull. A. .all line ot
canned coods. GAMARIN03' HEFni-
information, priqes, terms, etc., apply
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DlSPUtt
will help you to do It.
TUB HR5T IS CMHAPHST
therefore our bid It alwivt tf loit
Nseaus thett ar no txtur couJi tnJ ttta the it
: When )u rt tixlne up iht ti itore or
planning a nw one consult u rtgariinc how to
Jo it In ktt.
: BIJt Slzn and DlrtV Fixtures we are
prepare i 10 rijiure Uiyou on an kini of Interior
Onlthor furniture In thewjyot 4 free or ttore fixtures
partition )eWlnz, etc , In hard woods of atl kinds.
Plans anJ designs for the asking of
Lewfirs & Cooke,
EWA PLANTATION CO.
The books of this company ore closed to
transfers from Mondiv. June 25, 1900, to
Saturday, June 30, njco, lnchWe.
156313 W.A. BOWEN,rreaurer.