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THE BVENINO BULLETINi HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 16, .900.
fubllnhrtl l'pry Day except Bundnjr,
st 210 King Street, Honolulu,
II. 1., by the
bulletin Punt.isiiiNo company.
W. It. PilllllNGTON IMItoi
DANIEL 1.00AN . . . City IMItor
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Per moitiu, annlicro In II. I.... I T5
Per year. In It. I .t 800
Per year, foitpaM, U. S Canada
or Mexico 1000
Scr yenr. postpaid, other foreign
ffeynble Intnriably In nihance.
Post omco llox T1S
MONDAY JULY 16, 1000.
The factional organs of the ofllclal
circles make merry with their fnlto
)nrns that National Comltntteeman
Sennll wilt not return to Hawaii per
manently. He laughs best who laughs
last. Sew all will be here and will stay
dear brethren, and will remain the na
tional representatlc of the Republican
party In Hawaii.
REPUBLICANS AND MR. DOLtJ.
The Ihilletln regrets the Inability,
real or assumed, of Its Republican con
temporary to interpret with proper un
derstanding the position taken by this
paper towards the appointments mado
by Oowrnor Dole to the Hoards of
Registration. If parties nre to be main
tained In the Hawaiian Territory on
American lines, If political effort of
the people Is to be exerted towards
bringing future political order out of
present and past political chaos, there
arc two iatha8 open to the lujul
Republicans prompted by the Ameri
can spirit that places party disclpllno
and principle nuoe the acts of Indi
vidual! the administration of Gover
nor Dole must either be supported or
repudiated Mr. Oolc Is the appointee
of a Republican President, placed In
offlce to fulfill the duties and demands
of a Republican administration. As
such he Is entitled to the unhesitating
support of such citizens as consider
themsehes members of the Republi
can party and supporters of the na
If, In the estimation of the local
party, leaders or rank and file, Mr.
Dole's administration Is such as to
bring discredit upon the party, of
which he must of necessity stand as -l
representative, the only thing that re
mains is to manfully and forcefully re
pudiate, his acts and give the question
proper representation nt the source
that can call for his withdrawal.
Middle of the road Republicanism l
as Impossible In the party as It Is with
the President or the Governor. Pop
ulists and Democrats are the. great
straddlers of the nation and are at
sas watchful for leaders that think
they can accomplish the feat of being
on both sides of the fence at the same
time and thereby inspire popular con
fidence In their integrity of purpose.
It Is impossible for Republicans of Ha
waii to Inspire any degree of confidence
In local or national circles, by first
making the announcement that Gov
ernor Dole Is a Republican Goernoi
and forthwith attacking the first move
be makes and assuming a critical at
titude that creates nothing If not
campaign material for opponents of
the Republican party. The Republi
cans of Hawaii must accept Mr. Dole's
acts as a whole. vor refuse absolutely,
any and all responsibility for his poli
tical standing or official acts. Half
3eirtel critical support Is worse than
none and has heretofore been exempli
flwl only by the ponderous organ of tho
morning, which knows no steadfast
lojalty to party or principle.
In making the appointments to the
Hoard of Registration, Governor Dole,
it properly quoted, makes tho most re
nwJtable plea that he was Ignorant of
A&wrfcan party custom. This being
true wha'J J ,hc Republican party to
do about It? Wli2t Can the Republican
Party do about It? Accept It and make
the best of It Is the usual patty cus
tom. Air the Governor's Ignorance
and mistakes for the benefit of party
opponents and at the samo time de
clare him to be the head of the party
Is another method taken up locally.
This is tantamount to repudiation,
though the repudltaor still maintains
Its loyalty to the party of which Mr.
Dole Is stated to be the official head.
The Uulletin has yet to discover the
appointments Incident to the organiza
tion of the Registration Hoards are of
sufficient Import towarrant the act be
ing depicted as a heinous crime. Nor Is
It an Incident that should necessarily as
sure the defeat of the Republican par
ty, unless Republicans themselves put
arguments in the mouths of their op
ponents. It is, of course, possible for the Gov
ernor to so conduct himself In his al
titude toward the party as to create an
open bolt. Hut the Initiative should
come from the Governor's office not tho
rank and file. Goernor Dole is not de
pendent upon popular franchise for
continuance In offlce. Criticism of him
can't change the situation but It may,
If carried to the extremes the Demo
crats would wish, serve to destroy Re
publican strength In the Legislature.
OND MAN-MANY JOBS.
IMItnr turning llulletln -Is It not
against the In ml of Amerkau Ideas to
linvc one man holding more than one
public olHte lit n time. On the Main
land win it n mall holding one office Is
ilectid or appointed to another he re
signs the first beforo taking the second
Hut In Hawaii things nrc different
Nut only can an alien sit on the lln
preme llench, be HupiTlntcndciit f our
Insane Anjlutn, Hictiriologlsl to the
Hoard of Hialtli, etc., but there Is no
limit to the number of (idlers one man
I he U. S .Census Huperlntemlint Is
nisi) Superintendent of Public Schools
of the Terrltorj of Hawaii
The Commissioner of Agriculture Is
also Electoral lUglstrar.
The Road Supervisor of Honolulu Is
also n Commissioner of Grades.
The Attorney General Is a member
of the Hoard of Health. The latter Is
in conformity with law, but the Legis
lature would do well to change the
Now, Mr, Kdltor, as you nrc the only
newspaperman in tho Islands that has
attempted to make an apology for the
Governor Election Hoards, I turn to
j on to learn why Dole, Krear & Co.
tnke such Infinite pleasure ln'vlolatlng
all American political principles. Is It
to show the HawaHanjAmcrlcan,s and
the Americans from the Mainland that
"We aro still It," and you are not "In
It;" or Is It beiause they have so few
friends that they arc compelled to ap
point aliens to offlce and give more
than one offlce to one mnn?
Honolulu, July 1C, 1900.
A POLICE COVUW88ION.
IMItor Evening llulletln: As soon
as the Territorial Legislature meets nn
net should he Introduced to place tho
police force of these Islands In the
hands of a Commission of three per
sons to be appointed by tho Goernor.
Wo need policemen In Honolulu whi
are able to answer the questions of
strangers and our own people. Wo
need policemen who will be nblo to de
tect crime. We need policemen who
will be able to prevent tho commission
of crime. This Is the most Important
ol all the requirements.
The police commission will, I am
conUnced, give general satisfaction.
The power of appointment and remov
nll should be vested in the commission.
The commercial houses, the banks
and all good citizens are deeply in
terested In having a pollco force up to
date. Honolulu will soon bo an Ameri
can city. The old must gtvo way to
the new. Conservative though I am In
my movements, tho police force needs
to be remodeled. The able and ex
cellent young man at the head of the
department has been a faithful officer,
but he must recognize the Inefficiency
and weakness of the force In modern
life. This matter ought to receive Im
mediate attention. j
The Prince of Wales was the first
Christian who ever dined with the Sul
tan of Turkey, or, according to the
Moslem Idea, the first Infidel.
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oahu,
Honolulu, July to, 1900.
The following appointments have been
made In the Judiciary Department of the
Territory of Hawaii:
Henry Smith Clerk of the Judiciary
George Lucas, James A. Thompson and
and P. D. Kellett, Jr., respectively, -as
Fltst, Second and Third Deputy Cltrfcs of
the Judiciary Department for the First
Holder! of water privileges, or thoM
paying water rates, are hereby notified
.hat the hours for Irrigation purpoiec
.ire from C to 8 o'clock a. m. and 'from
ito o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. TOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 1819.
REGULATIONS CONCERNING PUL
t, RESOLVED, That the Board of
Health do hereby declare Pulmonary
Tuberculosis to be a communicable and a
preventable disease and that all practicing
physicians and the Superintendents of all
hospitals, sanitariums, dispensaries, asy
lums, prisons and schools be required to
'eport to th Board of Health all cases of
Pulmonary Tuberculosis coming under
their care or notice within one week of the
time that such cases come to their know
ledge and that such physicians and super
intendents be also required to notify the
Board of Health In case the house or
apartments occupied by a person having
Pulmonary Tuberculosis should become
vacant by reason of the death or removal
of the patient.
"z. RESOLVED, That all houses or
apartments In which a person having
Pulmonary Tuberculosis has lived be dis
infected to the satisfaction of the Board of
Health when vacated by reason of the
death or removal of the tubercular patient,
before being again permitted to be occu
pied. Dated at Honolulu, July u, looo.
C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
i5J-3t ' . Secretary
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Goods for the household, for
New line of Staple Articles
tne Australia, ueo. uurtis, Aiaen desse, irmgara,.Kosamona
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, li to 4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Stores: Frt Kin? and Bethe sts.
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Walalae Mountains.
WATER can be plpeJ from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of i ,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
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HARNESS - REPOSITORY
'iiii'f lYimiiiiiiV EZ to carry
z JHAUll. s- E-21 way to
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Pacific Cycle Co
the plumber, for contractors,
have been brought hereby
Plumbing Goods direct from
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Bale by
Hawaiian News Go,,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
STAR SODA WATER WORKS, LTD.,
held June 27th, the following officers were'
elected lor the ensuing year: I
t-nas. J. Mcuarttiy.'rresldeot.
T. B. Murray, Vice President.
Henry Klein me, Secretary.
F. Peachy, Treasurer.
W. C. Weedon. Auditor.
Honolulu, H. I., July 1;, 1900.
The Washington Light Co.
IIiin .TttHt Hocoivod tin Invoice
ofTho.r NEW LIGH1T,
600 Candle Power, $
Consisting oftlndonr and Outdoor Arc Lights. For stores, halls, lanals,
"grounds. Consumes one quart of oil In eight hours.
C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager.
Good Air. Good View. Gooo 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 afford
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 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 connections
will be grarited on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes, now building, or
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.
For further, information, prices, terms etc.i apply a
theoffice-of "' " ' ? " fr
BRUCE WARING & CO.
-HAWAIIAN SONGS- I
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE-
I HAWAIIAN BAZAAR,
7 Corner Hotel nd
..YOU WILL NEED
..FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It......
TrIB BEAT IS CHEAPEST
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clnal.r'lM on-conutt ui retrain how to
do II In style.
' -Beildj Sley jnl Dllpliy Fllturti w. it,
ptp.t.4to(l)tuVriP)J tit .ny kmJol Interior
Cnlih or furnltur. In th wy of oftic. or (tore future,
partition thelvlnr, ttc, In htl wooil of ill kln.t
Plant and diilgn lor tht asking ol
Lowers & CuoKe,
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Are You a Lover
POETRY OF SUMMER?
If so, you w 111 like our stock of Summer
Neckwear. Here Is concord an J rythm,
sentiment and patriotism. The beautiful
Is worked Into the most d'llcate shades of
Silk, of which the like has never been
.The,a.,le.n,!on Klven to the making of
beautiful Neeleureir him. th Lirf.n.
attached to It as an article of dress.
mane your choice now and get the best
at popular prices.
A TOUCH OP
Good Taste and
In our Men's, Boys' and Children'
Clothing lifts It out of the ready-madeJ rut
and adds 2 per cent to Its value. It
might pay you to look at our lines.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
96 and 676.
9 and 11 Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
W. AUSTIN WHITING has resumed
the general practice of law and taken the
law oftices of Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
corner Bethel and King streets, Honolulu.
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