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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JUNE 25, 19:0.
Oceanic Steamship 'Company.
The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line Will Arrive at anc
Leave This Port as Hereunder.
Prom San Francisco:
MOANA , .
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents
re prepared to issue, to intending passengers, conpon through
liokets by any railroad from Ban Franoisro, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by an? steamship line to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. p Tojo Kisen Kalsha
. BUtatri .1 tfai abort coaptait will call it Honolulu aal Uavt tl.lt port oa of about ib
cdatit balow atotlooc-lu
For Japan and China:
Oor'c July t
Nlrpon Miru July tf
Rlfiia Janeiro.. July t6
Coptic .Aug 1
Arrxrlca Maru Auk o
Peking . ... Aug tl
Hongkone Maru... Stpt j
Pot gaaaral laforna'Joo apply to
H. Hackfeld &
flrStaaam ot tlit tfeovi lint. runnlnc In tsornctlon with Ih. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
aarwMn Vancouver, B C.and Sylotr. N. S, W anJ catling at Victoria. C C, Hoaolulu aril Brlibaor
II. DUK AT IK.NOI.L'l.U on or bout in. datll b.low till.) VII I
OM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
IWarrlmoo July r
Mlowera Auz 4
VTbroutb tlck.tt litu.l Iroa Honolulu to Canada. Uolt.l Statu and Europa. For Fi.ljhl aod !
Paitata and all cm.ral lalornatlon, apply to
Theo. H. Davles &Co., Ltd,, GcnM Aftent8
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
First steamer to be dlspatchtd from New York to Honolulu via San Francisco:
8.S; "ArBURICAN" on cr about August 1st to be followed by a steamer
itxv oftier month.
Freight received at Company's wharf, South Brooklyn, at all times by lighters
In caw. Forgeneral Intormatlon, apply to'
' H. HACKFEL7D&CO., LTD.,
and THBO. H. DAV1ES & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Stoili Co,, Ltd,
Tuo steamer Klnau will sail frotiL,'
Hllo on Thursday, June 7th at 8 p. m.,
and other porta of. call twelve hours '
ahead of regular time, arriving In Ho-
nolulu Saturday morning, June 9th.
Freight destined for Jli.o on Tuesday,
l.n IO.I. n.lll tiA ...nlcui nn tha ninml.
tne wharf oa Friday, June 8th. On Juno
12th, tho Klnau will sail at 12 m as
Stmr. CLaUuI.vE will sail from
Maul ports a day ahead of time, anlv
ing In Honolulu baturday morning,
KXCURSION TO H1L0 TOR. 4th OP j
JULY HACES, half rate. Tho stmr.
K1NAU will sail from Honolulu ou
Monday, July 2d, at 12 m, touching nt
way ports on this trip a day ahead ol
the regular time. Hound' trip tickets to
Hllo and return. $12.50, first class. In
tending passengers are requested to
book early. Freight will be received m
the Claudlno wharf on Friday, Junt
Stmr. CLAUDINE will sail from Ho
nolulu on Monday, July 2d, at 6 p. m.
and provided twenty tickets are sold
from Maul ports to Hllo and retuin
at S 12.50 each, suo win proceed to Hllo,
leaving Maul ports on Tuesday, arriv
ing In Hllo on the morning of the
Fourth. Leaving Hllo at midnight of
tho Fourth, will arrive at Kahulul on
THREE TRAINS OAiLY
From San Francisco.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .,
Leave ban Pranclsco: 0.00 A. M., io:eo
A.M., 6.00 P M.
Leave Ponland: q-i; A. M., 9:00 P. M.
Through without Chance.
Only THREE DAYS to ChlcaKo.
Onlv FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
amoKine ana LiDrary iars wnn
Btrbex Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meats a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP. General Aeent.
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK. Genral Aeent.
No. j Montgomery ,St., San Francisco.
P. & T. A.,
Tho Evenlug Dulletla, 75 cents per
For San ti-onoisco.
AUSTRALIA ! July 10
ALAMEDA 1. July to
For San Francisco:
Rio Je Jin fro
. July it
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE.
for victoria aoi vincouvir m. i)i
Miowtra July 4 1
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0. R. & L. Co
From snd After January 1, 1W9
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F. C. Smith, Gen
n'l Pass, ct
, Q. P. Dknibon, Superlnutndont
Under tho United States law on and
after June 14th, 1900, all shipping re
ceipts must bear a 1-cent Documentary
War Tax Stamp on the original, dupli
cate and triplicate.
Shippers are requested to affix the
stamps according to law ns freignt
cannot be received otherwise.
Shipping receipts must contain a
statement of tho contents of packages
INTCn-ISLANU STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO.. Ltd.
Jas. L. McLean, Vice President,
WILDEIl'S STEAMSHIP CO:
C. L. Wight, President
STEAMER J. A. CUMMINS.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Deglnnlng with Monday, Juno 18, and
every Monday thereafter, tho nbovo
Steamer will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m.
calling at Walmnnulo, Hclla, Kamoke.
Kaalaca, Walaholo (and Punalou,
W. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.,
Vlhen Yon ltfaqfe & Rig
Ttrvn nn tub-
C -la . u - B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : : s
118 FORT STREF1
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack 9Und 'Phones, 319 and 77
0. H BELUNA.
A QOOD THING
4 u o
Oula, Algeroba and Pine
Oat and Split (ready lor theBtove)
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLAOIt BANIJ
Xowest Prices, tlellvereil to any pan
31 Qawa Street.
Gen. Otis Speaks
Washington, June 12 D11 Ing General
Oils afternoon it the War Ijjpartment In!
'conference with tl'e he.iJs of the varloui
departments In regard tithe condition of
I their departments In the Philippines, he
iuj many ouesunn ionnsuerm nu in-
tercoursr with his friends respecting pre
ent andfu lire conditions in the Philippines,
and f f t" ee he talked quite freely. He
made one statement In particular which
came as a 'Mstlnct surprise. In view of the
fact that he Ins spent .1 vear and a Inlf In
lighting, the Filipinos, for he declared
that thee same Flllplncs were without
question tfe verv best of all of the Asiatic
races living on the Pacific coast and I I
ands He p Id a high tribute to their ac
quisitiveness, saving that oung and old
were alike anxi us to learn from he Am
erlcans and qui k to do so It Riven an op
portunity. The demind for schools on th
Ametlcan plan was Insitl.ible. It lud not
been possible to secure a sufficient supply
ol Spanlsh'Amerlcan textbooks, the mar
W'ltli Ills filenjs respecting pre-
ket having been denuded of such
told this thev begged fur Am-rican school
books and declared that their children
could learn from them even wlthiut the
Spanish text ind t'ansl tlin. General
Otis found to his astonishment tint such
was the case, and says that In the course
of a very few months the Flllpinochlldren
pick up a fair knowledge of Engl'sh.
Even the old nitlves cot the text boons In
the effort to lix the English phrases In
their mlnCs. There was a dra-th if
tea. hers, too. General Otis often had re-
Explained by Mr. Emmelntb
(Continued from pane 0.)
wahl with 78 per cent anil It dwindle
down from that to 10 per cent; nnd the
average of the total vote for cnnilltlnl'-i
wiib only 53 per cent of what each can
didate would hive to receive under the
quota system. Then nsaln take thp r.p
portlonnient of districts. Two lievc
about ZT, per cent of quota, while one
Is as low as 18 per cent nf It.
Had the election on that Island imn
tinder the P. P. It. quotn five of the
elected cnnilldatis unillil Have retelveil
418 votes nnd the other two very near
that number. Each voter on that Isl
and would thus have had n represen
tative of his Interests In the Legisla
ture. It Is a fact worthy of mention In
this connection that not n single mem
ber lias been elected to cither house by
anything approaching the quota of the
P. P. It. since the promulgation of the
Constitution of 1887. ', 1
We now come to a consideration of
the cumulative method of voting ns a the. conditions preceding nn actual clec
test of which we have the first election tlon which are as follows:
underbills svstem held Inst May, and There being a Heglstrur of voters as
the comparison of same with the P. P. ' under our picsent system-all voters
R. method gives cumulative voting as
biack an eve as It did the straight dls-,
trlct vote In the table previously
v. j x. 3 T
' i WW
l l ( ? 11,3-s
; s ; 'si.5
i 3 2. 2i3
n 3 3
v : fl 3
1 ilL. f :
IJ661 o8( 49l T IT
I 09 8t, 41 81 9
tut) th 4S1 gi n
tJUloV i6 6) i)
tc6 T-i'i 107 60' 11
6lJ 4 at 4 16 ti
41 IIT I. f
t8 , to j!i
49 V ' 41 8
j i f8 t) 48
While by the above flguies the catftlt
date having the highest number of
votes was 8 per cent above the vote
quota, he was la per cent below the
choice quota Kunlnkea with 'l per
ccut of vote quota and 5G per cent of
choice quota was the lowest elected
candidate and Klemmc would have
been elected In his stead with only 25
per cent of choice quota on the change
ot three votes. Dut what knocks the
cumulative ballot dean cold Is tho ex
hibit on the vote for King. He was n
man who actually had 70 per cent of
choice quota, being In excess of the
choice received by three of tho elected
candidates, and Klcmme with only 25
per cent of choice quota had 3 per cent
morn than King In vote quota. In oth
er words a defeated candidate was the
Individual choico of moro voters than
three of the elected candidates and one
candidate, the choice of 127 individual
voters obtained through the plumping
process more votes than one who was
tho Individual choico of 350 voters.
The wastefulness of this process und
the Iniquitous consequences of its gen
eral adoption can bo fully realized
when one considers that tho nbovo sta
tistics are of an election wlicje the fue
tlons were practically a unit on the
main Issue, and tho question which na
turally presents itself Is, What will bo
tho consequences when active paitlsnn
ship onee more comes Into play' A
few voters holding the club ot cumula
tive plumping and manipulating party
nomination can by such methods as aro
known only to the practical politician,
saddle on a community a legislature
that would blow In moro money In a
single session than the taxpavcrs could
make up In ten years,
I have endeavored thus briefly to
present a few facts for the benefit cf
those who desire to elevate tho politi
cal, social and inmal conditions of this
Paradise of the Pacific. P. P. represen
tation means government of the peo
ple, for the people and by tho people;
u cqnilltlou considered by many an
I Ideal one, nnd yet a method exists by
which In u piaethnl and simple manner
j the Ideal condition could become a
of the Filipino,
course ti ns soldiers In his ranks who
knew a lit I Spmlih anJ so were suitable
for detail is teachers,
Gtneril Otis s.ilj he looked upon this
educat'imal movement as the only solution
01 111- rnuicp ne problem, and was lOtm-
dent tliat tlif spreij of American Ideas
throuch the Filipino schools wnu'd In the
end mike good ..Itizeii nf the Flllpiro.
uentrai ejus wis rnsltlvelvot the opin
ion that the American forces In the Philip
pines .it present were sufficient for all
needs. Of course, I e said. General Mac-
Arthur s present army could not furnish a
guard 10 protect every Flllpln household
from the Ladronei to do that would re
quire a fone of no less than 20-.000 troops.
and even the task would occupy many
years. As a matter of fact, he ald, Spain
had spent several centuries In the effort to
stamp out the Ladrones In the Philippine
group, tnd there was reason tobel eve that
those brlgmds are scarc-lv more nume-ous
now than thev were during the Span!!),
Genera' Otis was ontident. however.
tint condit ons would steidllv Improve
ad that little bv little thee robbers
would be driven away. Meanwhile he ad
mitted thit It was often dange ous for Fill
plnos of ti.e b-tte r class, w ho'e Interests '
naturally lay in American sovereignty, to
admit their preferences, for they were sub
je t to assisslmllcn to loss 0' property
and the pers'cutl n. Ins Igated bv various
el-mentsin the populalloito whom Am
erican occupitlon was obnoxious.
'! -I- !
Ilallot for deleBntes to the late Consti
tutional Convention marked by the
p. P. n. method'
This ballot would be good for Car-1
tcr until he was elected or eliminated. ,
If It assisted In forming his quota, then
It has fulfilled Its mission, should lt
find place among tils surplus votes,
then It would go on Abies' file, he being 1
marked No. 2, and so on until It be
comes eltectlve In assisting In the clec-1
tlon of one of the six candidates mark
ed by the voter of the ballot, and rep
resentation Is accomplished without
the sacrifice of other voters' privileges.
We now come to a consideration of
are registered at the office of said regis-
trar polling places nro created merely
for convenience of voting the present
district system being eliminated.
Nominations for ofilce are made by pe
tition, doing away with the present
method of party nominations.
The registrar must place on the tick
et to be voted, the name of (very per
son petitioned by 10 per cent of a quota
of voteis to run for such office but no
voter can sign the petition of more
thnn one person for a like olllce at any
To Illustrate Assuming that there
wcro 10.000 voteis In Honolulu and 10
representatives to be elected then
one-tenth of 10,000 voters or 1.000
would be a quota and one-tenth of
these or one hundred must sign n pe
tition and place it with the registrar
nt least (so many days) prior to elec
tion, In older to legally nominate a
cnndldate. A practical Illustration of
this method of voting given before
any audience of vpters, would Immedi
ately commit them to Its support. If
Jl who read this nrttcie will feel In
duced to devote a little time to u study
of that most sacred privilege (a free
ballot) the duty and the privilege
which Its possession Implies, the vot
er will feel well repaid for the expres
sion of his thoughts on this most vital
The ballot is the foundation stone
of the bulwarks of llbeity remove Its
effectiveness and oti have a state of
affairs as'exempllfled by the conditions
prevalent throughout the States ot the
t'nlon today a swallowing up of In
dividuality In business by merging Into
great corporations, trusts as they aro
called. Theso are the direct result of
tho party methods In politics by which
the Individual loses his Identity nnd In
dependence as n voter. Let us voters
In this new found possession of Pnclc
Sam lender unto our fellow citizens
on the Mainland such nn exhibition of
the true pilnclples and purposes of pop
ular government as will enable them to
appreciate tho ballot In its true rela
tion to the functions nf government.
Maui Telephone Work.
Wulluku, June 23. Superintendent
K. I). Carley of the Maul Telephone Co.
expects to open the new central ofiico
In Wulluku some time next month. Ho
states that the new switch board or
dered from Indiana Is on the way to
. An Engngement.
Walliiku, Jhno 23. Tho engagement
Of MISS Orace Walker to Mr. Vctle V
Vctlestn Is announced.
Halelwn. or tho "Beautiful House,"
tho new Walalua hotel, cannot be sur-
passed as a rpuet resting place and Is
n beautiful spot thnt should not n
missed by touilsts 011 any eonslibra-
Do you know that the
GREEN Rll ER WHISKEY
is tlv official tcmky
of the United States h'avv Hospitals ?
W. C. Peacock & Co.. Ltd.,
Catton, NeilS & Co., Ltd.
S HiT Or X 3ST IE 1E3 ZE3 S
Boilermakers : : and : : electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
Cl F HIT AND MlBUUNT S racers
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Th. WnilJ Ktnonl Dnn J of O2111
ILallllSLXX :-: H.-ULJSJS11
This elegant CIGaR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. .
R1SD0N IEON WORKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
lii&h Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Boilers, Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Engines, Cans Cam,
Vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BERETAMA STREETS, - - HONOLULU. M. H
ji -w -s7 T7v7':K:Ea-:E-XT
PI Carriage Maker
Paintinjj, Blacksniithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
IJ 1GII-CL A.SS WO RK.
75 and 7.9 King Streei
TELEPHONE MO 31
NOW Is the time to get leak r
breakage Men to, and your
Roof 8 Put in O'de
By competent workiwa v
For the Plumbing
On that now tioueo that yon an
about to bnild or tho alteratioci
yon aro intendiai? tc make ot
yonr property. Call and see m I
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Practical Tinsmith and Plambwi
Shop: BereUnU street, 4 doors e
of Punchbowl. Piione 844.
Hour 7 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to
King street, new. Railroad Depot,
Plumber snd Tinsmith
All work proroptlr nd carefully
TEH : PACIFIC : HPBSBRY
Cutasnd Growing Plants
Weddlng& Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
PINKE & CO.
Union St., above Hotel.
II. P. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Kl.if
ttreet. Orders left at either shop, or office,
it John Nott's store, Kin? street, will re-
elve promp1 attention. usi-tf
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
, al,Plier. nrn fnrnllie,l ultl, frnm
five to sl lists per week, giving an ac-
I curate record of deeds, mortgages,
caBC3- releases, powcis of attorney,
1 etc., etc., wnicn nro piaeeu on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICK, SJ.00 PKR
A. V. GRAR.
Judd Building, Honolulu,
Tobacco - Co., - Ltd.,
. NONE BETTER.
Guitar, Mandolin, Zilber,
aWDuring my absence atOmria
Mr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co.,
will hae charge of my pupils.
IE3 a "UL 1 ' IB g" r 3r,
18 : Beretania : St.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER
I Vocal Studio, "Mlgnon," 720 Beretania
i street Tel. 1114. 117s
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ' ..tar, Mandolin, Zltttar '
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left rare ot Wall, Nlcbole
Oo.,nri at rKrnm Muslo Cn ' IWd
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mlrless, Talt and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cv Under is
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
2j"X4ti. 7in. lone.
One Diffusion Battery
ceusi capacity w ions.
One Triple Effect 350 2'
tubes 4 ft.
7 incnes long.
(Jne small btcam Juice Pump. '
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan U In. Copper
Colls too' capacltv 5M tons.
One 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Colls 150' capacity 7 ton.
Duplex Blake Feed Pump wate cvlln
der4xii". Steam Blake Feed Pump
water cylinder 7KXI2" suction dId 4"
discharge 2 Ji. steam pipe ii.
One New 16 ft. Tubular Boiler 6 ft.
diameter, 74-4 Inch tubes.
3 lake Vacuum
One Blake Vacuum Pump 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and Bowen Engine toxu
Inches with shaft, gear anJ friction
clutches, driving vacudm pump.
Six Weston Centrl'ugals, shaft and
pulleys and 22' rnUer.
One Molasses Plunger Pump 4x12".
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, to"
Sundry Coolers. Mill Fltt gs &c. ic.
For particulars 3dd1v to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Tbe livening Bulletin. 75 cents rerr