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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 2, 1900.
Published Rverr Hay except Sunday,
at 210 Kins Street. Honolulu,
11 I by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
lintcrcil nt the PoHt Ofice In
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W It. RltUtlNOTON IMItor
DANIEL LOUAN City Udltor
SUUSCU1PTION ItATKS: ,
Per month, anv where iq It. I.... J 75
Per car. In II. 1 800
Per year, postpaid, U. S , Canada
or Mexico 1000
Per year,,1i08tpald, other foreign
. countries 1300
Payable Invariably In advance.
, Telephono 236
Post ORlcc Ilox 718
.11' I A
Honolulu has the opportunity Mils
jenr of making n record for the best
Fourth of July celebration cer held on
the shortest notice.
It Is not the salary that make the
position when nppolnttes of the Gov
ernor draw down n largir rat" per
month than the Governor himself
Young Iliiwnllans as well ns their el
ders should not forget that the not 1
onlj have the right but It Is their duty
as American citizens to tnko n praml-
mnt iinrt In tlm nffnlru nf thn Tl'rr tnrv.
rr srr I
It was Indeed unfortiinnte tint I
American warships iliould b mlsMiig 1
from the fight at Takti vvh. re Cmnmaii-
lnr Tntmnll m-irin himself ami Ills m- .
tlon fainciu. Failure to be on hand it
the second fight hnvvcr, does not in
dicate that the morlnns an .inv lesi
enthuslatstli In their support of Tatt
nall's war er
If the proposed new lumber ronipany
can make home buildlnr: In Haw jP Iocs
expensive, without rieatlng a ruliioiiH
eouipctltlon, the problem of rents and
accommodation foi our stradllv In
crcasltig population will soon be solved
II In lint If) the t vprl.lstllltr eredit of tilt)
people of theio progiesslve time a that
Honolulu cannot pioperl) house lis it
WHO IS LITTLE?
The question Is nsked b) a ponder
ous contemporur) In connection with
Gilbert F Little of llllo whom the
1'residcnt of the Fnlted States honored
with an appointment to the circuit
bench of the Territory of Hawaii. It l
perhaps a most timcl) question In view
of the fact that home of the good c Itl
zens and those scheduled among promi
nent citizens appear, even at the pres
cut time, to fall short of a full realiza
tion of who Little Is.
Gilbert F Llttlo Is n patriotic Ameri
can, he Is ii loval Ilepubllcan These
qualifications to fnvorable considera
tion ma) not be held in high esteem by
the more prominent factois among his
critics foi reasons best known to them
selves. Invested with this authoilty
and u knowledge of Hawaiian condi
tions as gained by several jtars .ictho
life In tho Islands, Little went to
Washington early In the session of the
rift) -sixth Congress. He repiesentid
to n certain extent private Interests
He gave his time and energy to the dls
unmlon of Important measures touch
ing the geni'inl welfare of ever) plot
pettlvo Amviiian citizen In the Terri
tory. That Little should presume to advo
cate the establishment of the Hawaiian
Territory on IhojiI American lines,
wllh the end In view that no member of
the Hawaiian-American body politl"
should be excluded fiom the right of
franchise, called down upon his held
all the wrath and liltterness of person
al attack that could bo mustered In the
ranks of locally assume' official Im
portance. The delegate of the Cocoanut
Club turned upon Little his squirt gun
of vindication, nlmauac stories and
vulgar buffoonciy Not this alone. An
effort was made hi r fuse Little a hear
ing before Congrcsalonnl committees,
His record was assailed, his personal
and political standing was thoroughly
searched for vulnerable points. Strange
Indeed It seemed to his enemies, th it
Little stood his ground, accepted the
attacks from whenco they came and
Bhowed up smiling before the commit
tees backed by some of the strongest
men of the nation In n word, Little
proved himself a worthy American cf
high standing In the party
Llttlo Is the man who proposed that
Honolulu be tho temporal) capital of
the Teirltor) and while his enemies
were nrgulne tho question took advan
tage of the time thus gained to get In
his work for n llbei.il fiunchlsi, The
lesult was that b) the time his enemies
hail waked up, Little hud won out.
Little was n known candidate for a
judgeship As such evei) opportunlt)
was given to discredit him with tho
Attorney Oeiiernl, and the I'reblden.
Although the opportunity was Improv-
ed, Little receive' his commission m
Circuit Judge of Hawaii at the hands
of W'm MrKlnlcy 1'iirthcr cnnune:.t
Is tmmcewnrv from men who upIIpvp
'in Hie wisdom of the 1'rrsldont 0111
honiKtlj sunpurt the Itipublliati nil
ml nst ration.
I LONDON. Tune 20 It Is dawning on
Great Uiltnln Uint unless the politic it
crisis nl Shu Cape Is uctfiilly and sue
lussfullv handlid the pacllbntlon of
I South Africa mnv be Indefinite!) do
laed The puttlm down of n posslbln
' antl-Drltlsh nrltntlon In a llrltlsh iol
, on, slmllnr to that which has existed
I for a centuo In Ireland, but without
the phjslcal force element, Is rccoK
nlred as beliig n fnr more serious task
than outflanking and disarming the
A prominent Free Stater, with llrlt
lsh synipithlcs, but with manj rela
tives on the Doer and bond side, said
to-dav that he believed the bond iwrll
would break out Into nrmed revolt vveio
rltles so iiisilv obtained as they were
before the commencement of the wai
He has onlv Juit come to England from
the Cape, and though opposed to the
bondltes, Is respected and trusted by
The gravity of the Issues depending
011 11 solution of the situation caused by
Mr. Schrelner's resignation of the Pre
miership of Cape Colony can be better
gauged bv this Free Slater's candid
opinion than by any censored state
ment from Cnpe Town
The Fngllsh p.ipers devote ninny edi
torials to the question Those width
nro lnsplted show no desire to have Sir
John Cordon Sprlgg In sole power, and
Mr. Schrelner In the opposition ranks,
for, apart from the fact that It Is doubt
ful If he can maintain his majority. Hi?
opinion prevails at the Colonial Olllce
and Is expressed by almost over) body
coming from the Cape, regardless jf
political faith, that Sprlgg Is utterly
unfitted In point of ability to steer the
colon out of the present crisis.
AMERICANS WERB NOT TlinUC.
Washington, June 20 The Nivy l)e
Pnrlment lias just given out tin ioiiow
l"R statement regarding the contents
Ol II umiau.ll irom .VUIII
brought to Chefoo from T
wauled b Commander T
"Thp lfcpartm.nl iihs received n ca
blcgralu from Admiral Kuiipff. dali'U
June Joth He sas 'he TaKu r,rts wre
c iptured b) the other forest forces
that hta) firing was lie.iid at Tien
'I fin on the evening of (he 17th 111st
1'e Is making common causi with the
foiolgn powers fnr jenenil pintcctlon
There are ",00 Ainpili.im aa'ioie On
Mav 31st the number of oielgu troops
at Peking was 4 10 Tli-re .ire Co 0 men
ashore now at Chefoj, ur.it ibout .'000
tioops ltusulan Oeimnn and nnglli.li
have Just urrlved '
Naval ollliers gem rally blttuly re-
B,6t tlmt A'""lral Kp,n'f "nK "ot ln
the fighting at Ta.iu Up to the te-
celpt of his dispatch this altc union,
they had continued to hope, even ln
face of the foreign leii irta to the con
trar), that the Anviicni nival fmces
had taken some part In repelling the
attack of the Chlneij fort? Hut the
Admiral s statement -lint the forts wi re
captured by the other foreign fences
dismissed that hope.
SAN DIEGO COAL STATION.
Washington, June 10 The Nivy Dp
pal tment has decided to establish a
coaling station of the seiiuni "hiss at
S.iu Diego Cat This de.isio'i has been
reached upon a report fiom Captain
Field of the Hunger, nminuuilug the
lcxult of a surve) of the rial bin at the
placo recently miulo by hlni The re
port states that the iiii.ilinum depi!,
of water over the bar at low tide U
twenty-one feet mid the tidal :U)
amounts to about live feet, en hre Is
sufficient water for n.ivil vvjioW of the
smaller typo. Further the report stales
that It Is entirely possible to eo.il the
largest naval ships In the lay to the
east of the harbor entrance, the wutci
there being sheltcied frjia tho pievoll-
Ing winds b the big KHii bed, so that
lighters could sufel) lay nlougslilo tho
The War Department, which owns
the laige tiact of laud to the westward
of the harbor entrance, also agreed to
give the Navy Depji tment sunk lent
giound for tho station hint nhovn Hal
last I'olnt and as soon as C.ipaln I'lelel
has deflnltel) located tho tr.i't desired,
the reservation will be announced.
IIILO RAILWAY PR0GRU88.
llllo, June 28 The llllo 11. It. Co.
has eontiaets with Olau and I'uiia su
gar companicH for handling their
fi eight lietwi-e.il points on tho Atlan
tic and 1'aclflc Coast and the planta
tions, and In order to expedite tho
business of loading mid discharging
vessels in llllo haibor the company Is
having eoustructed a luigo light draft
scow. Master Mcchunlu Urowu Is In
San 1'ianclseo puiehaslng machine ly
fen the scow as It will be propelled by a
laigo stein wheel operated b) nn en
gine It is expected that the scow will
he ready for woilc In thirty days
Police Court Noten.
In the Polli o Court this foienoon thd
following enbiH were elisposed of' (!eo.
Hniilsou, assault and battery on Mrs
Harrison scnteiue suspended 1.1
montlih long Tnl. gambling. $10 and
costs, M Vleirn, selling llquoi v. It'll
our n license $100 mid costs, Wong I'uc
nuil Ah Willi, iinhiwtul possession of
opium, $50 and costs, I'IKu mid Allen
Knliuii, affiii) $5 and costs; W J,
Headier and A Dolph. same ehaige, $!
and lusts; Warieu, obstructing and
pel verting Justice, reprimanded and
$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
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Piiti Cycle Co.
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described Pelovv have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Mnklkl, Kona,
Island of Oihu. and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law :
lune 27, 111:0. 1 red horse brandei u'
on left hind leg. white stripe from foreheaJ
to the noe; w hlte m.uK and sore on the
ti ick; four If g black and shoded
J ne 21;. li)Oo. I red hore brandeJ ? on
right hind leg; white spot on forehead;
four legs white and shaded.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se I
them at public auction on Saturday, July
14, 1000, at 12 m If not called for before
that date. K. KGKUENB,
In accordance with section 1 of Chapter
XXVI ot the Laws of Wr.
All persons holding water privileges br
thoe pa Ing water rates, are hereoy noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December 31, 1000, will be due and
piyablc at the office of the Honolulu
Water Works, on the 1st day of July, lexj
All such rates remaining unpaid for is
days after they are due will be subject to
an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon vv hlch rates remain
unpaid, August is, iqoo, (30 days after be
coming delinquents are liable to suspen
sion without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Water Works In the basement of Execuc
Sup't Honolulu, Water Works.
Honolulu, June 20, njou 1562H0
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
ibat the hours for Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a, m. and from
4to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A, YOUNG,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, June 1-1, 1899.
i IWIC headaches
5 WAFERS 5. breakfast.
.www.v.'.w.to; jo CM.U im iiriiiriii.u
suit any taste.
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SI'HINQ IS WITH US once again,
and ns wo extend tho season's greeting
we would like to have ou think of us
first when )ou contemplate tho pur
chase of jour
IF YOU HAVK BEEN a customer of
The Knth In former years, we will
want to continue your patronage; but
If )ou aro not within the fold and have
never been, ou will raako a mistake.
If )ou will favor us with a call. If you
will allow us to show )ou our sprlnc
beauties In .Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., wo
arc sure of winning you to tho extent
of giving us a trial this season. Our
name receives consideration among all
fashionable, dressers, anil is a guaran
tee of tilt best CLOTHING and I UH
NISHINO (500DS.AT 1UOHT I'HICFS
What ou will buy of us vvlil bo right,
it must be right.
nniiu you will si:i: in ouu
Clothing fine tailoring at Its best; here
)ott will find qualities as represented,
and prltes In every Instance tho lowest
consistent with the grade of our gar
ments, wo will I crime )ou jour
money on any article purchased of us
that Is not entirely satisfactory. When
)ou aro satlKhcd and pleased wo shall
be, but not before. Yes, we nre mak
ing a bid for jour trade. Can we have
It? SINCERULY YOURS,
Telephones 676 and 96.
. O. Box 558
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For fcSale by
To Our English-Speaking Ftlends:
The Chinese merchants and residents of
the Hawaiian Islands, represented bv the
undersigned, oelng desirous of providing
lor the r sons a thorough and comprenen
slvo educitlon In English, raised In pledges
from August to Decembei, sufficient funds
to justify them In undertaking to erect
commodious building for this purpis: In
KamaUela. The contract was let ard
the mahf bulldlngpartlally completed;
when the placue broke out and
nterruoted the work. As vou we
know, our countrymen have been the
greatest suherers from this epidemic and
the fire connected with It. Comeauentlv
those who ceneroulv subscribed toward
the school enterprise, being called upon to
donate large sums for the relief ot their
fellow-countrymen who have suffered
severely from the fire, find themselves un
able to fulfill their pledges at prsent. The
men building Is now on the pilnt of com
pletion, ar.n the eontractor, himself home-le-is,
Is In great need of his money.
In this emergency, and because we be
lieve ou recognize that our motives In
undertaking tnls entetprlse were philan
thropic, our object a commendable one,
and that we are In no wise at fault for the
straits In which we now find ourselves;
we therefore solicit such contributions to
our present reeds as vour benlhcence will
allow. Send all cish or pledt.es to Wong
Kwal, Box 9M, Hono'ulu.
Very respectfully yours.
1551m! L. AHLO.
Tie Evening bulletin, 75 centu per
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
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 every 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, ot
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
BRUCE WARING & CO.
1778 - Hurrah for
Day Building. Beretanla St., near Central Fire Station
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Flags, Festooning, Decorations, Buntings,
: Assorted cases for family display at very low prices.
Ar. a discount of 2? per cent from former prices. (N. B.
No Duty paid on this shipment.) All new stock and
expiessly made for the 1 X L.
P. O Box 535
-HAWAIIAN SONGS- I
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR. MASONIC TPMPI.K.
..YOU WILL NEED
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
Assessments have been called on the
Assessable Stock i f this company as to
become cue and payab'e at the office of
Oistle &' Cooke, Ltd., on
June ist, iqoo, 10 per cent. (Jto.oo per
snare); delinquent June 30m, 1900.
July ist, 1000,
M rjer cent, (fn.oo per
share), oellnquent July list.
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd,
w. a. HUWBN. treasurer,
Henry waterhouse & Co.
information, prices, terms, etc., apply
4th July - 1900
S W, LEDERER.
and Alakea Streets. II
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THC BE3T IS CHEAPEST
Inert fore our bid It always the lowest
bciust thert art no better goods madt than thow
-When you art fix In e up tht old Hon or
planning a new on t consult us regarding how to
do It In ktylt.
Besides Signs and Display Fliturts wt ar
prepared to figure with you on any kind of Interior
finish or furniture tn the way ot office or store futures
partition shewing, etc , In hard woods of all kinds.
Plans and designs for the asking of
Lewers & Cooke,
Fouruh of July
IN TOWN - - -
Stars and Stripes, cotton and muslin.
sniuoiii nc p. -s -
uuhohi.t 1-0 vr vw., L.U
Oueen. bet. fort and
, 1 566 18 Kaahumanu streets.
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