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THE BYENINC BULLETIN; HONOLULU,,. 'H.JI.', FRIDAY, . JULY "'ao, 1900.
ilau 1 j
ft. aw'tt Atkinson and A. P. Judd, Jr.)
ATKINSON & JUDD, ,
Counsellors at Law.
Me over Bishop & Co.'s Rank, cor.
u and Merchant Btreeis.
R. D. SILL1MAN.
19. A. DAVIS '
! GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & QEAR
Wtrmys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms sol, 30), 302, Judd Building.
"M. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu
0U4ULES F. PETERSON
. -Attorney at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
oaes: In the Occidental Hotel,
sjmr of King and Alakca Streets,
V. O. AeaL Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
No. 10 West King Street
VOTED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK, FORT STREET.
MrgeiM, Flrjslelaiis nd Dentists.
DR. C, A. PETERSON
Hu re-opened his office at . . .
ao Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
7- a P.M. J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Ofice and Residence:
near Alapal. : : : : :
: r : : : :
gomes Houns: S (0 II A. M.
1101 P. .
t to i r. M.
5VHDAtt-:)o to li:jo A. M.
A. C WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E WALL, D: D. S.,
ban Building, Fort Street
Dr. W. J.
ii and Residence: Beretanlaand
OMm Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; I to t
at. a.; 7 to 8 p. m.
It. WALTER HOFFMANN..
'ANIA STREET, (opposite the
Valtsaoaa.llO. P. O. Box SOL
(Mae hows, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 8
a, m.; T to 8 p. so. Sundays, 8 to 11a.m.
DR?R. 1. MOORE, ,
Offlee: 213 Hotel Street
Offlce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
DR. i. H. SINCLAIR
Street between Emma and Fort
to 10 a. m., 2 to p. m.
g B 8 p. .; Bondays. to 10 a. m.
mttorted by Voluntary Contributions.
WUmm TREATMENT to the Poor ot
?or Information as to cards ot ad-
and to the service, etc., etc.
Tklrd Floor. Progress Block.
afeacrlptlona may be left with J. F.
l. c. Abies or Dr. Bioggett
F1ITPT TELEPHONE 2000.
I1HTWG 1 Prepared to llll or.
EODUCED T ders until A p. m
BOIPILY Saturdays. . . ,
Ifei IEBCAHTILE PRIHTIHG
Corner of Fort Street
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
3.50 per an
who use Its o
'"'" Beer anf Wine Dealers.
' IktrORTRBS, AMD WHOlillAt.1
Af MM lot tb Bottlod R.lol.r Bt ol HW.
NO, IB NUTJANU STRUCT
orUt Block. Honolulu, Hawaiuh Huso..
P.O. Bon it. Muni TiWm let
GrONSALVES & CO. Ltd
925 Queen street, Honolnln, H
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'c
:ormr Allit , Fort Sti., Henehili,
HOLLI8TER A CO.,
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a spooialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, . Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else. ,.
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Blagucta J Boardman,
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 1 p
P, O, Box 863.
Room 1, Spreokels Block
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Moulding for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
213X King street. 1877
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. C. OZAWA. Uuir.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Taagorarr Osk.s Rooa j apiulra Sprack.li built.
Hit. T.I. 544. '
Wong Sai Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Pirfict Fit Cuaranthd
124 King Street, Opposite John Nott's
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cloning, Dyeing and R.pelrlng a Specialty
Y. MAN SING
Has Rtmoved From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's,
Dresses Made To Ordsr.
A Fiki AtsorTMiirr op Amidican, EnaiiiH akd
Scotch CLoth on Hand
,No. J19 Nuuuu itiHt, Honolulu, Hl.
Good Work Hi f Itt-Cl.M St lUMllltMd.
CloUi.. Cl.n.d nd R.p.lr.d
..Coinh AiAUA and Kino Stbiiti,
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 363
p W. THRUM
BOOH NO. 10, BPRECKELS BLOC1
Plantation Work a Specialty,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 entn per
Lait- Report of Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Hawaii.
Document Crowded With Lite Historical Data
Strong Plea (or the Retention ot
the Hawaiian Band.
There has Just been Issued the R'
tort of th6 Mlhlstcr of Foreign Affair
to the President of the Republic of Ha
waii for the Biennial Period ending
December 31, 1899, Including .the Pe
riod between January 1, 1900, and Junu
This Is the last contribution to thu
official history of Hawaii lh Its foreign
relations ever to be made. Hence It Is
public document of more than ordln
ary Interest The report with appen
dices nils 194 pages.
Minister E. A. Mott-Smlth thus ex
plains his Inclusion of the affairs ot his
efflce up to .the Inauguration ot the
Territory of Hawaii. U. S. A.: "The
duty of reporting upon the short period
between January 1, 1900 and Juno 14,
1900, would -ordinarily fall to tho Sec
retary of State for the Territory. It
was thought wiser, however, to In
clude this period in the present report
of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, so
that his report would be complete up to
the termination of his offlce. This
course assures the continuity of the
history of the Act above referred to
Ithe Act of Congress to provide a gov
ernment for the Territory of Hawaii
as well as ot tho remaining functions
of the Foreign offlce; nnd gathers to
gether under one cover all the records
appertaining to these matters."
Tho report proper covers the follow
1. Change In administration, when
Mr. Mott-Smlth succeeded H. E. Cooper
2. President Dole's visit to Wash
ington in 1898.
3. The Spanish war. Reference la
made of the Hawaiian Government's
offering assistance to the United States
Government, when "the Hawaiian Mln
liter at Washington was Instructed to
negotiate a treaty of alliance with the
United States should such a step bo de-
4. Japanese claims. A history Is
given of the payment of $75,000 to Ja
pan, at the Instance of the United
States Government, as indemnity for
lef using admission to certain Japanese
5. Annexation of the Republic to the
United States of America. The New
lands resolution is here printed, fol
lowed by an account of the ceremonies
attendant upon the transfer ot sover
eignty on August 12, 1S98.
C. Changes' brought about by trans
fer of sovereignty.
7. Chinese Immigration. The arrival
of Joshua K. Brown to direct the car
rying out of tho United States exclu
sion law Is mentioned.
8. Claims nrislng from the Insurrec
tion ot 1895. A history of these claims
Is given, ending with the Instructions
from Washington referring the claims
back to the Hawaiian Government for
consideration, determination and pay
9. National vessels visiting Honolulu
during the biennial period. There were
28 of them, all United States excepting
10. Government band. The Minister
says: '"That this Institution should
always be continued Is urged on the
ground of Its long and useful service 10
the public, the dependence for amuse
ment which the public has learned to
place upon It, and its real value as an
enlightening and enlivening Influence,
To our open air loving public, parti
cularly those whose oportunitles of so
journ to our parks are limited to Sun
days and public holidays it Is an ac
tual necessity. As a military adjunct,
as a feature of government functions,
as a means of welcome or farewell to
those who come or those who leave our
shores, the band Is Indispensable. In
all these services the band has acquit
ted itself well In tho past Captain
Bcrger Is to bo congratulated upon the
efficiency and the condition of the band
today, and his long services In Its In
terests." 11. Paris Exposition. The advancing
of 112,000 by the Chamber of Commerce
and the Hawaiian Planters' Associa
tion, under assurance that the Legisla
ture would be asked to refund tho
money, to put up an exhibit at Paris Is
12. The Hawaiian Commission, and
the bill to provide a government for
the Territory of Hawaii.
13. Registry ot vessels.
14. Special Agent ot Hawaii at
Washington Hon. A. 8. Hartwell's
mission while the Hawaiian bill was
15. Exccutlvo order relating to the
sale and disposition ot public lands In
16. Questions. These relate chleflv
to the appointing power In the transi
17. Exccutlvo order of President Mc
Klnley relating to elections.
20. Hawaiian officials abroad.
21. Preservation of archives. For
eign letters received from 1873 to 1SII
have been carefully copied on durable
paper and compared
22. Court 01 Claims.
23. Council of State appropriations
24. Proclamation of President Dole
to prohibit certain Importations from
25, Proclamation of tho President of
the United States reserving Hawaiian
larjds for.n&yal and military, purposM
given ln'fifl In mi appendix.
2C. National Guard.
The appendices fctvo official docu
ments relating to various of the fore
going subjects, lidth the original Ter
ritorial 1)111 and the one that was fin
ally passed and received the signature
of President Mckinley,
The Report with Its enclosures will
be Invaluable for reference.
The rir.t Tetescoplo Cornel,
'On tin- evening of Oct. 1. 1847. the
Mitchells wen- entertaining n party of
Invited guents.' writes Amelia II. Hots
ford of "The Mother of the Stars" In
The Ladles' Home Journnl. "But Ma
ria Mitchell was not to be deterred by
company' from following her custom
of sweeping the htavens with the tele
scope every elenr night. She slipped
away nnd ran up to the observatory.
Soon afterward she returned and told
her father that she thought she bad
seen a comet. He hurried up to the
observatory to look himself and declar
ed that It was Indeed a comet. This
discovery entitled Miss Mitchell to the
gold medal that, had been offered some
years before by the king of Denmark
to the first discoverer of a telescopic
comet and It was struck oft and for
warded to her."
, A Vn.poktn Hint.
"Most Insulting man I ever knew,"
exclaimed the man with the breezy
personality. "I'm never going to have
anything to do with him."
"What has ho been saying to your'
"What has be been saying behind
"Nothing. Every time I stnrt to tell
him a funny story he looks up at the
clock." Washington Stnr.
On the lllalto.
First Actor (much elntedt Did you
see what the critic of The I'lnnet sald
that such acting ns mine has seldom
Second Dltto-Esscntlnlly that Is
what The Daygl-nm says, only It does
not go quite so far. The Daygleam
man says It was the worst be ever saw.
A Ocaala Dilemma.
"I know what you want. Mr. Spoon
nmore." said Johnny. "You want to
On which account the sorely tried
young woman dared not send the Im
pudent youngster out of the room.
It's Iotc that makes the world go
round, but money makes It go round
without squenklng.-Somervllle Jour
Fine Job Printing at
B0ARD1HO AND LIVERT
Bigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walkikl Road, Walkikl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
VhenYou tftql B Rig
RING UP THE......
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
- 118 FOBT STREJTl
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 819 and 7f
A QOOD THING
Ohla, Algeroba and Fine Firewood
Out and Split (ready for the Btovtj.
STOVE, STEAK & BLACKSMITH. COAL
WBIIKAND BLACK SAND
Lowest Prices, delivered to any pan
HUSTACE & CO.,
SI Onsen Strati.
Pacific Transfer Co.
7 King Si, itit tv B.IUy'i Cycliry,
Express Wagons, Drays,
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunk.. Fumltur. and S.fe. Carefully Handttd.
Hack Stand No. 82.
Say I do you know where I caa get .
good carruceT Sural At tae Hawa
Uan Hotel Carriage Co., corns Hot
and Richards streets. TeL II. Not
Ing but first class carriages aad as
113 HOTBI. SnUWT,
KAPA, CALABASHES, LEIS, NA
TIVE HATS, HULA SKIRTS, NIIHAU
MATS, FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Etc.,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on hand.
real estate transactions
Subscribers are furnished with from
Ore to six lists per week, giylng an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 2.00 PER
A. V. GEAR.
JuiM Building, Honolulu
THE BANK-.0F HAWAlUt?1
JUDD BUILDING, -"
I iNCOtPOIATID UND THS LAWtl ,
ot THS HAWAIIAN R.rU.UCj
OFFICERS .AND DIRECTORSi
CitAs. M. Cooks, President.
P. C. Johkb, Vice-President
C. H. Coou, Cashier.
P. O. Athkbtok, Assistant Caahtei
Henry WatSf house,
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandle,
Solicits the Accounts ot Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and wll
carefully and promptly attend to al
business connected vlth banking en
trusted to It. ' Sell and purchase Forelgi
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
6AVING8 DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed in acoordanos wttr.
rules and conditions printed In Pa'
books, copies of which may be had up- a
Real Estate and Insurance.
LIFE and FIRE
Hew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.,
Atna Fire insurance Compart
of hartford. '
HENRY ST. OOAR,
Members Stock and Bond Exohanie.
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURITIbS -
Pullet. r attMHoa firm t. sarcktM ss4 ! t
H.mllu Sut Stock.
Baian aal ) atwas
408 California St..
Ban Pranclaco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Motor st H.willti Stocfc Bxcaui.
Mclnemy Block, Fort Btreet.
OHAS. J. PALK,
HA1 BOND BROKER
Member Honolnln Stock Exchange.
Room 801, - Judd Building.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokei.
kakat at n Hoaolal. Stx Bicaaata.
Offloe Queen street, opposite Union
Talattos.: M 0. Boi iti
J.C0 Delivered Free
To any part of the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & MARKHAH,
Tel., 3t si Blue. P. O. Box Geo.
gfiy-lce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
The . . .
Comer Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house vrirlnj
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
: We will be pleased to fur
nish estimates for complete Electric
Lighting Plants and for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Offloe: 46 Merchant St
Wm. . lawn
San rrtmcitco AgenltTnm f NavAixa,
National bank or San Fkanctroo.
San Francisco The Nevada National
Bank of San Francisco. ",
London The Union Bank of London,
Nkw York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
Pams Credit Lyonnala. -
Bkbltn Dresdner Bank. -'
Honkono and Yokohama Honkvng e
Shanghai Banking Corporation.,
Naw Zealand and Avstbaua Bank-
of New Zealand.
Victoria and VANCOtrvRR Bank 0
British North America.
DspolsU HeeslTSd, Loaas ssads oa Ap
ftOTSdasearttT. Commercial sad Traveler
Credits Iisasd. Bills of Ixebaoge boagia
OottSKmoaa Peomitlt Aoooiatau roa.
Ike First American Bank
OP HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws of ta
wepuDiie 01 Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR!.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper - Caahlas
E. M. Boyd Secretana
Directors Cecil Brown,, Hark P.
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlgnt, W. Ca
Cooper and H. M. Von Holt
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
Ban Francisco The Anglo-California
Chicago The .Merchant Loan aa
New York J. 4k W. Bellgman ft Ooat
pany. x London The Anglo-Cauroraiai
Paris Socletle Generale.
Hamburg M. H. Warburg ft Ooat
Hongkong and Yokonama Taj
Chartered Bank ot India. Australia
and China. . .
Australia The Union Bank ot Aas
Canada Bank ot Montreal.
Berlin Qerbrnder Meyer.
Exchanre boua-ht aad sold Lattaras
Credit Issued oa all Darts ot that
BIMOF St CO.
Barings Deposits will bss
received and interest allowed by thus
Bank at four and one-half per cent .
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Offloe at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
BISHOP 5C CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail,
ible in all the principal cities
if the world.
Interest allowed a!te"r Jnly
1,1898, on fixed deposits 9
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3 per cent., 12 months A
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS. DEC. 81, 18, 8U2.IT7.I.
Money loaned on approred security,
A Savings Bank tor monthly deposits,
Houses built on the monthly install
Twentieth Serf . of Btock is now
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing,' Presi
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; C. Bx
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRBCTORS-T. F. Lansing, S. JBU.
Rose. A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Hennr
Smith, J.'L. McLean, J. D. Holt. O. aV
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR.
,.v w . Secretary.
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours; 12:801:80 p. a.
Tjje iohBmB Specie M
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,00O,00
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,0OC
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000'
The Bank buys and receives tor eat
lection Bills of Exchange, issues Draft
and Letters ot Credit, and transasir
a general, banking business. ,
2! 5i R"!1 1" " "o. if- "at a. a.
Oi Flud Dwo.lt of S oats., 1 -i
Oa Find DwM lor ibm, i
BrttwHaUOak.. atYoaobaat, as Csmataa,
Oa Flwd Dtao.lt tot i. ac.lt,, ,M aar t a. a.
Hew ReDDollc BoUtlu. Ill" Ulf SL BOlOlHl '
E. K. EAAI,.
Teacher of' .ttar, Mandolin, Zlthar
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left n.. a o' Wall, Nichols
Oo - V-rttomMr.iloOo'a UM-
JiEit''rt4!' i' ' it
""i .inlnTy' f. li--tlt.!.
i rf t,lAaS- -tjJia.