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THE EVENING BUlilETINi HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, UUNH,2g, . 1900.
Pulillitheil Every Day ecept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
II t , by the
IlUl.t.ETIN pillll.ISIlINO COMPANY.
lintcrcel nt the I'oBt Office; In
Honolulu, Territory of lltiunll, iih
hcciiihWcIiimh mull mutter. '
W. It FAHItlN'tlTON' .. . IMltor
DANIEL I.OOAN City IMltor
Fer month, nnjulicrt) li II, I. ..J 75
Per year. In II I S.W
Per enr. postpaid, U. S Canatln
or Mexico 10.00
Tkir vear. postpaid, (uher foreign
countries 13 00
Faalle Invariably In ntlvnnce.
Ton omcc Uox 71S
1'RIIiAY . JCN-J L-a, lilOO
for Huunll'8 rn'lfliatlon meet-
Mr Dohrmann'H remarks before the I
nurrhnntH of the clt are n splendid
nelorsenii'iit of the llulletln'K pollej In
Its nelvocncv of the organization of die
retail merehiintB of the clt
The elcrtlon of Harold M Sew nil
intlonal lominltteunim for Hawaii
pun the RepiiblieniiH of this 1rrl'eiy
In touch with the national eeiiiinilfco
under most iiil.intuKeuuM lr tiriMi m
ii'. Mr Sewall has a nliih prrioiinl
standing with the iikihIhms of the com
mittee, ami as IiIh pieWotn c.ucer Ir
practical polities has shown will he ,n
Indomltnlilf capable and popular
worker for the part) sue ess In loin I
dvance in Transvaal
G:cs On flow but Sure
l.ondi 11 .Iiiih 22. I a m. (leneral
llnller Is pressing his inhume. On
We cine gclnv lie followed the JulinniifK
burg rallwa) to I'nardekop thirty-one
.nlks fi-om St.inelertfin About :tOu
lloers. slngl or In small parties. hiivej
The War Olllee has Issued n list of
1 annuities In t ngageiiniits iiround liell
I11011 prexlousl) imdlsclosiil
A despatch from Louretizo MarMK's
M)" "The Iloirs hae printed mid
posted at ecr) coiner the following.
" 'Machadodorp Mcmelav The
Paris i:posltlon has closed and
Krnnce has declared war ngalnst Hug
land rifts miles of railway has been
destrocd In the Tree State mid 30,ui0
llrltlsli have surrendered."
Klve inllis of railroad betvven Ko
mntlpoort and Koop Maiden nre down
and native runners traverse the din
lance The lloers continue to nsort
that thev have hail sutcisses east i,f
The Colonial OHUe publlshei i notl
d'atlon bv the military gover.uncnt at
lohantif sbiirg of the stnppag of a
cluck for C4U00O ilrntv u from the
I'relich Uank In South Afrlin upon th
Nitlonal Ilnnk of the South Afihan
Republic, and warning all poisons
against dealing In the rhee'e. as Ihe
funds of the national bank are the
property of her majtstj's (louriimeut
The Transvaal (iovernment. nc ord
Ing to the Loiircnzo Mnrtiuea coirm
pondent of the Times. Is reclined to
vere llnnnilnl straits in I Is endeav
oring to meet the emerge nc) with
traisurj bills, but the peo;ile lefine
to accept them
It Is hoped that OeiiTll Holler's id
, ,i$OF 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 suit any taste.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
With Mi KIiiIp) and Ilou.evell nt 111
ilanl bciiers the assiirun of Itepuhl -tan
sikipss In the national i-.iinpilgn !
doulilv sun- vdiled to the splendid
leeoiel of Hitslddit MtKlnlev and the
ltcpiihllcun Congusa. riivodoie Hoosc
vtlt gives the lire .mil enirg peculiar
1 his own the wlmlom and ehniuctor
of a man ripicwntlng the hlghist tpe
of voting Amu ban nnnliood No tlck
ct has ever been put In the national
field inmblnlng more (ompletel) the
highest Ideals of the people The plat
form on vilili h the go to the people Is
Mralgtforwanl In Its outline of futtito
pollr and thanks to the Republican
Congreks has no apologies for the past,
no unfulfilled promises to evade With
stub nun and such principles es
poused In the national tic Id of politics,
the Republicans of Hawaii will enter
the local campaign with the
slasm born of assured success.
vance westward will hnstui the cen
1 elusion of hostilities by 'iitt'iu off all
19 icoiiiniiinlratlon between Prcjldent
IStevn nml (leneral lie Wet's femes In
the Orange Itlver Colonv line! (Icmul
I llotluiH buighcrs In the Transvaal and
completing the combined mow-men t to
mow Steyn and lie Wet to which l.onl
Huberts refeircd In a ment clispatc'i
Dispatches from I.oiirenzo Jlarciin
nuerate Hie statement that iSnictaiv
of State licit sailed for ll'tiope on n
Itiitlm Will FI(Vlu.
London .lime l!i 3 a ni I.onl It di
et ts au circling to a lloer dlspatc h from
Machartodcirp sent a dl-qi.Ucli to com
nianilant Louis llotha hiuki-uIiir
cllsaimamuit mid complimenting the
biaver.v of the buighcrs It wis point
ed out that the surrender would l.
without dishonor to the buigheia and
would prevent much sufleilng (Jem-ial
llotha asked for a six ilavH' aimlstlce
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
ventlon in which ..Vy were inre-Pil to
Include all the cru'ilis, frame.) a chni-
ter and enrrled their ticket for a Irgal
charter convention ngal-ist the com
bined ticket of Ilcptihllcanj, Demon Mj GREETING:
and Populists hPHlNfj is vvtTi. fa ,..
(and as we extend the season's greeting
we would like to have you think of us
first when jou contemplate the. pur
chase of jour
POLICE HACK FROM MAUI.
M.cli to tlit surprise of all Hleli Sherifi
Bruwn, Ciptaln rox, Court Intcprtter
Chester A. Dovl" and wen mounteJ
p.itrolmcn, retumeJ to Honolulu In the
lUiu Lcn this ino-ninE. The were tint
ejected until bunJav. Sheriff Hrown
spoUs as follow a. out tile trip this mo-n-inz:
We arrived In Liltilni at to t, m.
WeJnevliy iniimlug. Mr DjvleanJmy
el lindej anj went tu W.iIIimu In i car-
ruse, arrlv in; there five hours later. Cap
tun Fox inj hl mrn went ar uuj bv
water to Kaliulul an J ar- ved In Vuiluku
at ti a. in.
"I callej on Sheriff Baldwin ImmeJiate
Iv upon arrival and fmi J 'Int the tp ible
w is all over. It had subsMeJ as ejulkklv
is It b il made Its anpe iran.e The men
h id all returned to their w iirk on the p an-ta-nms.
I luvr no heHancv In av ng
that we hid cau-e tu fear grave fouble b:
lore w e started.
Ihe seven iapi-es.- arrested on the
IF VOL' IIAVU HEUN a customer of
The Knsb In Tormer years, we will
want to continue jour patronage, but
If jou are not within the fold and have
never been, jou will make a mistake.
If ou will favor us with a call, If j-ou
will allow us to show jou our spring
beauties In Suits". Shirts, Hats. etc.. wo
are sure of winning j-ou to the extent
of giving us a trial this season Our
name receives consideration among all i
lusnionnuie eircsscrs and is n guaran
tee of the best CLOTHING nnd KUIl
NISHINO C.00D3.AT IUGIIT PUICUS
What jou will buj of us will be right
It must be right.
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to viJjt Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the' Via Maxima or Grand) vr )
--..., ,, ,IV, ,,, ,,..- " unuiic pittv. ui tiiginttllllg UIIUIUS V
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, eauionlne and instnllatinn nlar-pH in iht hanrU ni
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
fumish electric POWer for llVhtinp. heaiintr nnrl nthpr nnmnc
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains lairl n
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, 01
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.
the office of
information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
BRUCE WARING & CO.
iinitn you will sni: in otiit
It. o.der to confer and oi.sld. . l.o, d ' Je , '.J I. f ,.S7lVkirre C'thl fl", tallo,r.1VB nt "B hMi
..obes consented ,0 tlve dajs. l-in.II, , &lVa5!?Effir R5S iS3 iKB?J JlVS.S JSTK;
.w ...w.....wu v,,t lunval
llotha declined to arc cut 'be
and hostilities were reni'vvt-1.
COL, MACFARLANE BACK
The Advertiser rises to explain That
nn explanation should be necessary
proves coiicluslvelj the utter lar'tf of
parts losaltj that now prompt ami
has prompted Its utteranees It Is nut
necessarj to argue the cpiestlon with
the organ of factional strife, that has
misrepresented the Republican partj
In everj Instance and the lie iple for
whom It is supposed tci speak ns well
Its dastardlv proposition to carry Into
Col Geo W Mncfarlaue returnd
fuim San rranelsco In the China this
morning He comes he-ic-cin Innwirtnnt
cntlm- j liitBlnosit the- Ticasurv Deii.irtinpni .11
Washington having granted to himself
and associates In the l'lrst American
Dunk here, a charter for the rirst Na
tional Hank of Hawaii It also turns
out that the Scllgmans who are reallj
behind the bank, have iccclud an au
thorization ft om the Treasury Depart
,,,wi I were found gu 1'x, and four acquitted. Th
frh g eider, r-uglmoto h mm;. Has sen
'tenced to six montlis' Imprisonment at
hard labor vthlle Tvedi and RWI. Ilm
othtr two men, were fined J25 each.
" There vvasa 'i.telnoslgn nt tnuble
t the co iclulon of the t'lal I spoe
with .Manai-ers Wells. Lovvrle and I'ogus
and they all said thsy were certain the
trouble was over.
"During our short May, I procrcJ
hores and paraded the in imted pitro'men
'hriugli K ihulul and ipieckelsv lilt On
WeJntsday night we werr tendered a
nanquet it th hJll In Walluku. We were
entertained right royally by bherltt Bald
vv In. 4.
TREASURY AGENT liriRfi.
consistent with the grade of our gar
menis vve win refund jou j-our
money on any article purchased of tu
that Is not entirely satisfactory. When
ou arc satisfied nnd pleased vve shall
be. but not before. Yes, we arc mak
ing a bid for your trade. Can wo have
It? SINCKHELY YOUIIS,
Telephones 676 nnd 96
f-O. Box S58
W. F. Akl.ennan, Treasury Uepa'tmtnt
oflicerand chief of the division of book-
meut which makes tlm new- banUln.T , keeping, arrivid In theChlni this morn
eorporatlun the fiscal agent of the Ted
eral Government In Hawaii and tho
cleposltorj of Coiernmeut fiincls.
Col Mnefarlant was seen aboaiel the
China this morning and tho remalmlei
present Itepiihllcun counsels the cllvl-' f bis woik heie Is best told In his own
bIiih appaicnt pievlous to the orgaiilza- "eirds.
tion of the Tenltorj nieiely demon- "' uni returning to arrange for the
strates its lack of Integrity, Its desire'' faking over of the assets and Imalnesi
to degrade tlie pal tj after the inannnr "f the l'lrst American II ink bv tho
becoming to a corrupt machine noil
tie Ian de-iolcl of the (list principles of
honest American minhood or pitilot
In The Ilepiibllean party will eon
tlnue on the even tenor of its waj, ful
filling the people's desire, leeognlzlm;
no factions nnd unileterie-d fiom Its
noble purpose hj the covert threats
that funds will be withheld or a fe.v
factional leadeis remain indlger it
Tho Advertiser mnj continue to x
plnln but It can gain no endorsement
f 1 0111 the people till It stops Its faction
al warfare and Is willing to support the
ndnilnlstintlon In the nation and the
Terrltcuj Irrespective of the division?
which may have existed In fnrmi"-dajs
Trouble nt CcioiihihhIc.
Accra, June 21. Sir Frederick Hodgson,
Governor of Gold Coast Colony, accord
ing to r-port from Coomissle, was wound
ed In the shoulder during a recent snrtl
from the fori It Is also rumnrel that
e'ght nftuers were killed. F'rnvl lon at
Cnom issle are scarce, and there .te many
wounded " The- 'nve-tm-nt is si complete
tint no one Is iMeti) leive Great priva
tions are endured bvthe nitlve pnpulitlnn.
Day by dav the position Is becoming more
precarious, and there are no prospects of
Out if the lloxpltnl
Sergtmt Peterson whi was accldentallv
shot in the fac- du'ing the siam hi tie of
Unnksgulng Div list, wis allowed to
go forrh from th; Queen's llospl al tudav
after seven months cinlineni nt, six of
which wcre'pen' In a dirkened rciom.
For tile pist three or fou' vifUs, I'etersin
was allowed In the free ward, lie cm -te
falrlvw II out nf his left eve His right
Is Still q ute bid but even that Is linprov
Se'geant iVt rson spiUs 1110M entlius'-
asticany "i tils nnd treitment while in
First .National Hank. The capitaliza
tion of the Tlrst American Hank Is
J 1,000,000. of which J7BO.U0O was sub
scrlbcd and (.',00,000 paid up. It Is tha
Intention to make the cnpltal of the
Tlrst National Hank $500,000, and tho
present stockholders In tho existing
bank will receive paid-up shuns' In the
new corporation In proportion to their
holdings In the old corporation
".Mr. LUIruthnl, who in rived In S.iu
Kianelhco iccently has been advlsm!
by, teli'grapli from Washington that
the new bank has been selected as tho
medium for paving off tho nosial de
posits of $150,000 duo the depositors of
tho Postal Ravings Hank of Honolulu,
an obligation that the American (!ov-
eimncut assumed nt the time of annex
ation, togcthei with the $1,000,000 of
Hawaiian dm eminent bonds These
bonds will be paid Inter, but the Rcllg
mans together with tho Anglo-Caltfoi-
nlan Hank, will finance tliu.iayment of
the postal deposits on the 1st of July
I hnvc with me $750,000 In United
States gold coin nnd (iov eminent ex
change wltli which to pay off all claims
l'liu. .ffilt Ptlnllntr ni (W. Unit,.,!,,
'X7Offli.e. ,' .
(Continued from page 1.)
Cleaning the str's was lirli (list
mission Thev inlsol IIJUO) to tin.
piny ut that sen lee pool men ,' ) woru
doing lellef woik 1 1 ihn pukj. We do
not clean ciui htu-.s now, but wn
keep ciui stie Is loan.
'Ihe association a-h making a Kpe
daltj of tticet pav u: It wns bcin.5
eonsulted bj the local board of piibllci
I'our times a new cit 1 hnrtm liad
liccn defeated liy tin puty e.uiIiIiiks
At length thtlr assoclaion, by n ton
' I will probablv be here a mon'h" said
Wr. McLennan aboa d Ihe China. "V.y
work will be the p.ivmrnl i.l nlltvit.il
depoits made under the old regime. Asl
soon as I have u'ked with Governor Dole.
ectetary Cooper ,11 d Po-ttnaster General
c-uic, 1 win icuow ueuer jusi vvmi course
I am to follow.
"However, all the deposits will be paid
oft ani It will probably be announced In
the p ip'N In a dav or two that, after July
1, all interest on tluse deposits will ceise.
"I has - xxlth m all mv clinks and tne
coin Is afe In the strong box of th- strain
er. As the claimants prcs-nt thtmstlve,
the amounts due them will be paid off.
Ihe claims amount to a sum between
seven and eight tucaisand dollars."
Tho Evening bulletin,
7S cents per
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's ,
Water Color Paints
For SSale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
; 40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE '
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR. MASONIC TEMPLE.
Comer Hotel and Alakea Streets.
1 V.0LIN STUDI9
IS : Beretania : St.
ANNI8 MONT AGUE TURNKR
Voeal Htudlo, "Mlguon," 710 Berstmmt
trft Tel H14. H7i
E. K KAA1.
Teacher of ' ,tar, Mandolin, Zltlme
Ukuiele and Taro Patch.
FIRST To be absolutely PURK OLIVE
SECOND To give Perfect satisfaction
to the consumer.
THIRD To not become rancid on tne
shelf. If kept In the package
The manufacturer offers to pay lino
for unv battle nf miYnrft. miva nil ,
original package, found to contain any
AX A.11 Grooers,
Benrj Walerhflose & Co
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It.
In accordance vv llh section 'i of Chapter
XXVI ot the Laws of -886:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying vater rates, are heresy noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December ji, loco, will be due and
payable at the office of the Hon lulu
Water Works, on the 1st day of July. 1000
All such rates remaining unpaid for 15
dny after they are due will be subject to
an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid. August 15, 1000, tjo days after be
coming delinquent, are liable to suspen
sion without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water Works In the basement of Execu
Sup't Honolulu, Water Works.
Honolulu, June so, njco 1562H0
Orders to be. left cro of Wall, Nichols
Cci.iicI hi tflrinetriiMi Miislnl'n ' ViMi
,. Pacific Cjcle Go,
Depot Olllee, .Sheridan st.vet,
Illdcpci eleneee Park
TKU XO Will II. alt.
jeiwu uiiice, miii Htreei, djiiion
TIM. Nt) 1W1
,Nc 1 liutrm Ton Sau
.Delivered twice dally to any part n
Tttli IIE3T lb Cltl!AIi:ST
tiirf)rt our bid Is alwavt the Iohi
Ixciuw tlwr ir no tetter jooJt made thin thou
Wtln IftJ lf fi.lnn nn ik. ..II .tn. .
pUnn'nij i nw on conwh us reKarJlnc how to
EtetlUttft SljIKI. in 1 MUn.au RihXir.. uu ...
t,im,T . ,1,, ir nny(iij n any k nj til int.fr.or
HnUh or fjrnnijr in the r tfnee or ture fixtures
partition khivM2 c In liar 4 uuuJi, nf all klnJt
Plins an j Jirn for tin uklnc of
,, Fourth of July !
Stars and Stripes, cotton and muslin.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltl
Oneen Pet. Fort and
1 560 18 Kuahunnnu streets.
Holders of water privileges, or tool
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that tne hours for Irrigation purpose
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and (roa
4to 6 o clock p. m,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by a. VOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 189.
Tine Job Printing nt
ERFECT TELIIPMONE 2000.
'HINTING i Prepared to till or.
RODULEO Y ders until 4 pm.
ROHPILY ' Saturdays. .". .
The MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street
The evening Bulletin, 75 cento per
ASMsmentK h.np hpn rnlu.l nn it,.
Asesable Stock e f this compunv as to
beinmp tt, .imt mu.ih m fit t,u nn.u r
Castle & Cooke, Ltl., on
June ist, 1900, to per cent. (5io,co per
slnrejj delinquent June 30th, 1900
Jul;, ist, 1900, 15 per cent, ( 15.00 per
share); delinquent July hm
vv. a. HUWbN. Treasurer,
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Li'd.
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