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BULLETIN PUIILISIIINO COMPANY
lintcrcil nt the lcmt Office In
Honolulu, Territory of lliiuall.HH
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W II. RilUUNOTON LMItoi
DANIEL LOOAN City IMIlo! ,
SUUSCIUI'TION HATES I
Per montli, nn where I11 11. 1 75
Per year. In II. 1 8.00 1
Per ear, (.ostpald, U. S., Cnnndu !
or Mexico 10.00
or jcar, postpaid, ovher foreign ,
faynljlo Invariably In adance.
, Telephone 250
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THE I'lHST FOURTH.
Hawaiian's first Fourth of July
as a fulMkilRtil American Territory
may bo somewhat less enthusiastic
as gauged by exploding bombs and
fizzling fireworks, than previous an
niversaries, but no Fourth since
Americans first came to the Islands
has been marked with such univers
al good feeling among all classes,
such quiet confidence in the future
welfare of the islands and their
It may be that this self-satisfied
condition of supreme confidence in
the future is largely responsible for
the apparent lack of exuberance in
tlie celebration of the day. Ameri
cans are prone to be less enthusias
tic in tlie 'absence of their national
holiday wlien at home than they
are w hen residents of foreign ter
ritory. Be tills "s it may tile un
derlying sentiment of firm patriotic
support of the national principles
cannot be more earnest, more true,
in any portion of the United States
than that which exists in Hawaii
HAWAII'S OWN FOURTH
(Continued from page 1.)
an empire In the Far East greater than
all the; territory seized by the combin
As soon ns a settled government ia
assured In the Philippine Islands ami
the American lljg lloats over the whcle
group, a tremendous lmp"tu? will he
glvtn to the Oriental trido of Amenta
and the Hawaiian Islands mus; of ne
cessity partake of that prosperity.
Hut while tlie future Is great as fai
ns material progress Is concerned, It Is
still greater In the advancement of 1
higher civilization. No nation In the
world hns a higher regal I for Justlc"
and freedom, purity and truth rban ibti
United States and we In Haw ell are
safe under tlio American Hag.
The Hawaiian pop-ilitlon In this
group numbers about 10 000, 1 he pop
ulation of the United States Is not fa"
from 80,000,000 about one Hawaiian
to 2000 Americans on the Mainland.
And jet we are safe betause that Hag
means liberty and Justice.
This discrepancy In numbers bIioum
us the folly of any attempt nt .in Inde
pendent party heiv. It would not be a
diop In the bucket.
Let there be no rate mstinctif.ns ever
drawn In Hawaii.
Let the old ciy "Hawaii for the Ha
unllans" he repine ed by t'le truer senti
ment "Hnwallaus for Hawaii."
And let us altogether mite, In the
determination to have honest govern
ment In Hawaii Nel. Let us be true
citizens. Let us stand firm ami light
our battles nobly "unshaken, unreduc
ed and unterrlfled."
"Marching Through Oeorgla" by the
orchestra made all pulses throb.
Three Ainerlcnn JcvvcIh.
T. MtCants Stewart was the last
speaker. Citing the appearance of
Rabbi Levy as orator last Fourth In
Honolulu, and the eloquent joung Ha
waiian nnd himself of the African
race Hanking the leader of the Ameri
can pulpit In Honolulu today, he drew
a lesson of the all-embracing equality
of man under the American Hag. Ho
told the story of the Roman matron
who exhibited her children ns her
JewelB, and then went on to pio
nounce eulogies on Washington, Lin
coln and Grunt. Some of his periods
weie of a high order of eloquence.
Closing, he thnrncterlzed the Immortal
trio as Washington the rounder, Lin
coln the emancipator ami (irnnt the
Preserver of Amerltn
Led by the oichtstrn, the audience
sang the llrst stanza of "America,"
with threo stanzas added to the same
tune, fitting the birth of the Terrltoiy
of Hawaii, which were composed re
spectively by Claiente M. White, Mis
Maigaict K. Held and Daniel Logan.
.Mr. Taylor's tuneful corps dismissed
the assembly with national melodies.
Geo, W. Smith, Chairman of the
Day, presided at the exercises.
Among the paengers In the Austra
lia this morning tre the following.
Prank llnlduln mid Uf who came
1.1, . Oakland to loiate here.
ll . C. II. Uilck, a prominent Meth
odist liie of New York who toints
run .or n two wieks staj lufort' pio
1.11. ik to Australia.
II., C ("artci ytmngtMt son of .1. O
Carter 01 his iit, who Ir homo for his
wuntlon. Tor the past three e.u Mi-.
C.ulir 11.- Iiein a student at the St.
Johns I.N Y.) .Military school.
9 N. C.istle who tonus fiom llnr
Mini to 1 did his vacation with his
people Wm.T Hawllns mid II. P. Judit
of Yale w.ic also passengers. In the
.Miss CI1.11 itte Castle, 11 cousin of
Kolxrt Moure of the Hlsdou lion
Works office of this city. .Miss Custle
tomes for a short lslt.
Clle I)ales. who returns to Hawaii
after Ii.uIiik taken his wife to England.
Mr. D.ivles wns hut six d 15s on En,;ll(li
I). Dorwnrd, of the Hlsdou Iron
Works, who conns to take charge of
the work of.lnstalllng l.l.int at Kllici
V. A. llolmnn also lomcs'Viif the lts
don Iron Works.
Miss M. I'agau, of San Francisco,
who tonus to lslt her sister, Mrs. 1..
W". Merrill of this elt.
A. J. Fnenuatlier of Chicago, a
cousin of Mrs. Afong of this city. Mr.
Fa erw tather Is ntcompanled liy his
son, It. Faeruatbir.
Frederick HaWland an J Miss A. Ha
llnnd of New York, who come to lslt
their friends, the Thompsons of Kn
mchamiha. Hev. Hamilton Lee, who conies to
occupy the pulpit of the "Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
during the absence of Hev. Alex. Mack
intosh In England.
I II. C. Walker of the staff of the Sin
I'rancisco Exnmlnir. Mr. Walker comes
on business and expects to bo here a
couple of months at least.
Mis. (itoige I)e Lu Yeigue, who
tomes to lt-lt her sister, Mrs. C. M.
.1. J. Williams, the veteran photog
rapher of Honolulu who returns to Ha
waii's sIioich full recovered from his
recent Illness on the Coast. Mr Wit
Hams Is accompanied .) his wife and
Mrs. II. 1". Dillingham, who return 1
bome nftir an extended trip through
the Statts from San Kiantisto to Nivv
Captain J. S. Greene of the steamer
Walaleale who has In en on a visit to
relatives In the States.
Jas. ltolph Jr.. of the firm of Hind,
Ilolpli & Co., and his bride, who arc
here on their lionevni'j jii trip.
A, Haas, 'the San Francisco stock
broker, and his wife, I.. A. Thurston,
Dr. .Walter HotTniann and I-. Schweit
zer. Oat Was Not, Tnen
He Was Again
Washington, June 22. It has betn
discovered that through an error com
mitted in the State Department there
Is now no postmaster nt Honolulu. Sev
eral weeks ngo the President nominat
ed Jos.M. Oat nnd the nomination was
confirmed bylthe Senate, it
It Is now learned that the man ap
pointed Is the biother of the one whom
It was Intended should fill the position.
Joseph M. Oat was formerly postmaster
general of Hawaii, and tlie intention
wns to give him the olIU-o at Honolulu,
but through an en or lb name of his
brother John was sent to the Senate.
John M. Oat lives at fan Franc lcu,
and had no desire to 30 to Honolulu.
The commission will be cancelled and
Joseph M. Oat wU be appointed.
Washington, lune 20. The President
j has signed the commission of Jos. M.
Oat, ns postmaster at Honolulu,
1 Ihe commission had pievlously,
I through an ciror betn made In the
name of John M. Oat, the brother of
I the present appointee.
RAPID TRANSIT NOT SOLD.
The report was on the street today
that the controlling stock lu the Itupld
Transit Companv had ben sold out to
the Hawaiian TiamwHH Company?
Manager Ilallentvne when asked about
tlie reported ileal said, "There is abso
lutely nothing In the story. It la not
true. I am In a position to deny tin
statement most emphatically."
DIplomntH Under Guard.
Washinton, June 27. The Chi
nese Minister called this morning on
tlie Secrety of State and communi
cited to him the contents of a dis
patch which lie had received from
tlie Tsnug Li Yamen at Pekin, da
ted on the 19th inst. Tlie dispatch
states that tlie Foreign Ministers
had before this date asked permis
sion for the Legislation guard, to
enter the city, which permission
had been granted, that they .subse
quently asked that these guards be
rtinforoed, which the Chinese gov
ernment was not disposed to permit.
The dispatch then goes on to state
that the Consul General at 1 ien
I sin supposed to be tlie French
, Consul General had telegraphed
to tlie Viceroy of Chinli that the
'foreign A Imiral had demanded the
siirrendar of the Taku fort and that
tlie Foreign W1111 ters were shortly
I to leave Pekin for Tien Tsin with
The Evening Bulletin, 7S cents per
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU,
Five Miles ,
SOF LATEST PATTERNS
Have just been received. Also a new lot of FRAMES and
EASELS. We make Picture Frames to order, and ironi our
large stock of Mouldings can suit any taste.
The 'Pacific Hardware Co,
Pound Master's Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below nave been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Makikl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law":
lune 27, loco. 1 red horse branded oV
on left hind leg, white stripe from forehead
to the no'e; u liite mark and sore on the
back; four leg black and shoded.
J ne 20, 1000. 1 red horse branded ? on
right hind leg; while spot on forehead;
four legs white and shoded.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified that I will se I
them at public auction on Saturday, July
14, iqoo, at 12 m., If not called for before
that date, K. KEKUENE,
In accordance w Ith section t of Chapter
XXVI nt the Laws of '88(5:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates, are heresy noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December ji, 1900, will be due and
payable at the oflke of the Hone lulu
Water Works, on the tst day of July, tyoo
All such rates remaining unpaid for 15
days after they are due will be subject to
an additional 10 percent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid, August isvkjoo, (30 Jays after be
coming delinquent, are liable to suspen
sion without further notice.
Rates are payable at the ullice of the
Water Works In the basement of Execu
Sup't Honolulu, Water Works.
Honolulu, June 20, 1000 1562U0
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
to C o'clock p. m,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 1899.
-s wagboc 3:
Pacific Cvclc Co.
H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY
A SPRING MESSAGE
To Our Friends and Patrons.
SI'IMNQ IS WITH US onco ngnln.
nnd as wo extend tho season's greeting
vvc would llko to have ou think of us
first when ou contemplate tho pur
chase or jour
IP YOU HAVE DCCN a customer of
The Kash In former years, wc will
want to contlnuo your patronago; but
If you nro not within the fold nnd have
never been, 5011 will mnlto a mistake.
If ou will favor us with a call, if you
will nllovv us to show you our spring
beauties In Suits, Shirts, Hats, etc., vvc
arc suro of winning you to tho extent
of giving us a trial this season. Our
nnmo receives consideration among all
rasnlonniilo Dressers, and Is a guaran
tee of tho best CLOTIIINQ and I'Ull-
NISIIINO OOODS.AT HHJHT MUCKS.
what j 011 will buy of us will bo right,
It must bo right.
iinnB you will sr.E in oun
Clothing fine tailoring at Its best; bcie
you will find qualities as represented,
and prices lu every lnstanca tho lowest
consistent with the gradn of our gar
ments. Wo will refund you our
money on any nrtlclo purchased of us
that Is not entirely satisfactory. When
you aro satisfied and pleased w-e shall
be, but not before Yes, wo are mak
ing a bid for your trade. Can we have
ItT SINCEKELY YOURS,
Telephoned 676 and 96.
P. O. Box rs8
HA YE YOU
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
Fur Hale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
To Our Enullsh-SDeaklnE Friends:
The Chinese merchants and residents of
the Hawaiian Is'ands, represented bv the
undersigned, 5elng desirous of providing
for their sons a thorough and comprehen
sive educitlon In English, raised In pledges
lrom August to December, Mitticlent funds
lo justify them In undertaking to erect
commodious buildings for this purpose In
Kamaxeia. t lie contract was let ar.d
the main bulldlngpartlally completed,
wnen me piague Droie out ana
Interrupted the work. As you well
know, our countrymen hae been the
greatest sufferers from this epidemic and
the fires conrected with It. Consequently
those who generously subscribed toward
the school enterprise, being called upon to
donate large sums ior tne renet or tneir
fellow'counttvmen who have suffered
severely from the fire, find themselves un
able to fulfill their pledges at prrent. The
mun nuiiaing is now on tlie point or com
pletion, ar.n the contractor, himself home
lets, Is In great need of his money.
Ill this emergency, and because w e be
lieve vou recognise that our motives In
undertaking tills enteiprlse were philan
thropic, our object a commendable one,
and that we are in no w Ise at fault fur the
straits In which we now find ourselves;
we therefore solicit such contribution', to
our pent needs as our benllicence will
allow. Stud all cish or pledges to Wong
Kwal, Box QM, Honolulu.
Very rtspectlully yours.
I55iml L. AHLO.
The Evening bulletin, 75 cents per
Good Air. Good View, uooo fieaitn.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H H -H H--H-
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineeringaffords
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 w& are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purpose,
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 connection
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.
n . t n n n
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
1776 mr 1900
II X L Beretania Street!
Store open until 10 tonight
and tomorrow (July 4th) until
10 o'clock p. m.
-HAWAIIAN SONGS- I
Comer Hotel and
..YOU WILL NEED
.FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
Assessments have been called on the
Assesable Stock f this company as to
beiome flue and payable at the office cf
Castle & Cooke, Ltl, on
June 1st, loco, to per cent. (Mo.ooper
share); delinquent June 30th, 1900.
July 1st, 1900, 15 per cent. U15.00 per
share); delinquent July list.
W. A. BOWEN. Treasurer,
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd,
Honrj Waterhouse & Co
&M 1 WMm
S. W. LEDERER.
ones for $3.00
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THE BEST IS CHEAPEST
therefore our tuu twyi trie lowt
wtu wcr. r no pener gooai miat tnio thost
' !- Whtn you tti fimii2 up tha old stort or
punning a mw on. consult ui .girling Sow lo
do II In ktyl.
I ! -Bill Slgni ind Display Flitur.s wt ait
prepir.i to figure wild you on any kind of Interior
I finish or furniture In In. way of oftic. or store fixtures
pimiun niving, etc.. in nard woods of all kinds.
Plans and designs for trie asking of
Fourth of July
IN TOWN - - -
Stars and Stripes., cotton and muslin.
GONSALVES & CO., Ld
Queen, bet. Fort and
150018 Kaahumanu streets.