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at 210 King Street, Itutiolulu,
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MONDAY JCI.Y 23. 1900.
When will It come? That bnppy
day when the biislne community will
not be forever Informed, "the tele
phone lystem Is being Improved."
Returning Democratic delegates re
ceived at n big feed is emblematic of
the party's full appreciation that elei',
tlon day will find the llryan followers :
of the United States on short rations.
The Uecomrnls In tho North Carolina
Legislature have Jammed through the,
bill disfranchising tho colored voters.
Now they can resume the discussion of
government without the consent of
Japanese coolies who have Joined the
cssoclntlon that "don't want no work"
ere lit subjects for the operation of the
vagrancy law. Whcnthe situation Is
properly sifted It Is found these are tho
people responsible for the ullllcultles
on the plantations,
Although the final wires have not
been laid for the local fall campaign,
it is not too soon for the people to rest
secure In the assurance that there will
be no lack of candidates for legislative
honors. A say-so In how the govern
ment should be run was never more
earnestly sought In Hawaii's palmiest
days of political warfare.
In view of Mr. Bryan's remark that
the Democratic party would be willing
to take the votes of all the people who
have not had their sharo of prosperity,
and leave tho Republicans tho votes of
tho people who had been prosperous,
people nre wondering It lie will vote for ,
ilcMnlcy for President this year. In :
1S9C the assessed valuation of Mr. Ury- .
nn's property wns only $210; this year
It was $4,550, showing that general
prosperity has visited Colonel Ilrynn,
As ho is one of the prosperous ones, he
should certainly voto for Mr. McKln
ley. While the money market Is In Its
present condition It appears almost
useless to discuss the promotion of new
Industries. Tho suggestion mudo by
the Hawaii Herald for the establish
ment of factories is a timely topic on
all occasions. Hud Hawaii not gone
sugar crazy and given more serious at
tention to such manufacturing enter
prises as are feuslble the present diffi
culties would have at leust been tem
pered. Crying over spilled milk ac
complishes little, but financiers large
and small will lost nothing by taking a
lino from past experience, which, If It
demonstrates anything proves that tho
diversified Industry Is on all Important
anchor to windward for Hawaii.
Tho Bulletin's correspondent re
matksth nt Walluku anticipates the
granting of a municipal charter by the
Wt legislature. What is Walluku do
ing to make positive the ussurance thut
the charter will meet its npproval. The
same may also bo asked of Hllo. Whut
is being done to accompllsho organiza
tion ot Independent municipalities.
"When we get n local government' Ms a
beautiful generality, but there Is a pos
sibility ot Its becoming an unsatlsfac
tor y fnct unless tho people of tho other i pointed on the stuff of normal Instruc
lelands prepare a program that will tors, the citizens of Maul would be sat-
meet general approval for presenta
tion to the legislators. This Territory
Ly taking the best fenturea of 'munici
pal government from the I'nlted States
has an opporunity to start upon Its
American career with tho best organ
ized citlesi and towns of the Union.
Such a. result cannot bo accomplished
unless tho people of every district deal
seriously with the details of the prob
lems soon to be tho subject of legisla
tion. If It be true that the apepaiancc of
opposition to municipal organization
has cooled the ardor of Civic lVdcrn
tlon promoters, these promoteis have
less political Judgment than has
generally ereulteil them. Opposition or
.. n,,n.i,i,, iip fact remains Hint
tho tlrst Legislature of Hawaii will hall was cruw.le.l with sailors anil a
haven iiioiir majoiltyl n favor of sprinkling of well-known cltl.-ns. Mr.
American prog.ess In Hawaii, the or- j McCon.l) was warmly upplauile.lat illf
gtnUntlon ot municipalities being not ftrentp olnts in his aJiliess.
(lie leant Important itrlnil ot this ro
Krrttn, What the t'lvle Odrratlnn nmt
every elilitn n( Honolulu I1.1 to con,
Ider In whether the Lenlnlalllie will
be nllnweil "In mi It blind" tin aeronilt
nt failure on the part of the people to
dlMMiftx the vltuatlun niol ttlitnln n
pioper rxprpwlnn of public opinion.
Admitting the possibility that the IV.t-
irntliin will I orgnnlirO with n -v
to prpMiilltiK munleipal muHnlintlon.
II Khoubl in,ntt,i fir Iho nwured eM-tl-lunlltj
of n linn, lulu .'baiter beliiR
imMni. in othi'i worl It ttliMtild not
wnnte time and effort In upi'Icm opposi
tion. flKIBS IS IN ill
Funds of Nearly $4600 Raised for
Two Houses of Worship on
Offers by McCandless
Some time ago the llulletln riivc the
new, of a biiltdlni; iroJect of the Chris
thin church cotiRrcKatlonof Honolulu
William AUCandless hud offered n iult
claim deed of the lot on which fne
prevent chapel stands, In Alakea Btreet,
on condition that the congregation
raise $3000 for n new building fund.
The proposition alto included the Idea
of selling that lot, It being now right
In the business section, and buying n
new lot In some residential quarter.
Subscription cards were got out for
securing the fund
IlevJ. C. Hay,
pastor of the church, and latterly ltcv.
A. K. Cory, n missionary from the
Milnland body, huvo handled the cards
with great energy nnd, as It prove,
with gratifying results,
"esldes the building schemo nbovc
mentioned, one for a new mission
ehapel on the Kewulo lot owned by the
church has been projected. W. C.
Weedon having offered to contribute
the material for a ehapel to cost not
less than $1000, on condition that the
rest of the cost be raised by the con
gregation, this proposition was ainal-
I ununited with tho other one,
I Milliu Wlitlnnu ttr 111,, iltitllitn nlilnf,
have now reached within $025 of tho
total amount required. Wealthy men
of other communions have subscribed
liberally to the fund.
Census Employe to
Labor on Roads
Walluku, July 21. Chas, Moncno,
tho Jajuinesu Interpieter ot tho census
taker who was attacked by the Japan
ese laborers at Camp 7, Spreckelsvllle,
last month, was sentenced by District
Magistrate Kalelkau at the Walluku
court house this week to one year's lm-
,.,SOnment at harl lubor. Moncno wns
clmrera by sl.Veral of his countrymen
fur .,ru8a ...lcn. ... .,,, .. ..ar8 ,.,..
slonR during lust month the said Mo
ncno obtained various sums of money
from them under fulse pretenses. Mo
neno obtained $7 from a Japanese on
his assertion to go Into partnership In
getting a long lease of a certain rice
land from a native, and also (5 from
tho same person to buy horses fqr
plowing up the rlee land. Moneno got
tho money nnd spent It. This Japan
ese did other similar tricks to many ot
his countrymen that uwakcued their
Ire and caused his arrest.
Dr. Wcdillck Honored.,
Walluku, July 21. Dr. John Weil
dick, the government physician of Wal
luku, Maul, was today tho fortunate
recipient of a handsome gold watch
pie'sented to him by his many admirers
who highly appreciated his self sacri
llclug devotion to duty with Dr. Chas.
I.. Garvin at Camp Wood, Kuhulul,
during the plague times.
The doctor's friends have been for
some time past raising a handsomo
pursefor tho purchase of a sultablo
memento fur the doctor, and when the
purso reached about ? ISO, a watch was
ordered from Honolulu which was to
Wnnt Sum Kcllinol.
Walluku, July 21, Since Superin
tendent A. T. Atkinson recommended
tc the Commissioners of Kducntlon
that some young men of good scholar
ship and good moral character he ali
Ir.fled If Samuel Kelllnul, at present
principal of the Wnlheo government
school, bo appointed for the Maul, Mo
lokul nnd I.anal circuit. Mr. Keliinol
Ir a graduate of tho Oswego Normal
School, nnd has all the requisite quali
fications for the ofllce. Mutilans would
recommend his appointment.
iMth Parker Mnul'H Client.
Walluku, July 21. Mrs. Snmuel l'ar
kiT niul HUitu arrived from Mumi via
Hilu by tho Bti'umer KI11S11 tlilB morn
IliK timl mo thu KUestH of Miss Dorcas
Ulcliurilscm ot Wnlkuim.
Mr. McComl), lit tho Joyful NVws
Mission last night, struck out from the
blimiliW nt shlpplm; crimps In Ki-wral
' nuil Lewis A: Turk In particular. The
Pacific - Hardware - Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, lrnigard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, 14 to 4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Stores; Fort' Kin aml Bethel sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
.MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae .Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
Ex "Rosamond," "Alden Besse,"
"W. H. Dimond" and "Helene"
Surrlcs, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
i' iGESSLEfiSi morning
K&&IC 5 headaches
:S W17ERS . dressing.
iM,.,,.V.'.,.'j J0 "' " UraKll.
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water, .Color Paints
For Bale by
Uaiimiian Homo On
:""HKiail I1UWO VU.,
ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BL00I
LOSS OF COLOUR,
Dou ul VUtltn lit Tth
Soon bring, back
! NtiSH COMPIEIIOKj
b.M r lr vlM,.IUirfl uj eth.f imlt.iu.0. of IN
WM.ult- no, Ku. Litylle, Pmi.
JVtwEWVi: rrifl b' bt Lradlni
r.. ffr& rk l'.Ti (lux an) TnMti
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The Washington Light Co.
Hum .lUHt 1loolvcil an Invoice
oi'Tlioli i13W UIOIIT.
Consisting of Indoor nnd Outdoor Arc
grounds. Consumes one quart of oil In elglit liqurs.
C. W. MACFARLAISB, Manager.
Good Air. Good View. 6000 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
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, 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., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO,
For sale . .
. . . anJ
' "ALOHA COLLECTION I
Corner Hotel and
..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
TUG 1IB3T IS CHCAPGST
lhrf jra our bli li alwiyt thi towttt
became ther r no btter gooit miit than thost
i When yoa an fixing up th o!4 tor or
pUnnlnc new one conjuU u regarding how to
dolt In ttyte.
! Hetties Slgni anl Display Futures ear
prepared to ticure with you on any kmi of Interior
AnKh or furniture In the wjy of ofnet or store tixt'.rei
partition shelving, etc , In tiari wools of all Unit.
Plans and designs for the atkln; of
Lewers & Poole,
Benry waterhouse & Co
Us'its. For stores, Inills, lanals,
to be fully completed by June
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
Are You a Lover
POETRY OF SUMMER?
If so, you will like our stock of Summer
Neckwear. Here Is concord and rythm,
sentiment and patriotism. The beautiful
Is worked Into the most delicate shades of
Silk, ot which the like has never bee.
The attention given to the making of
beautiful Neckwear shows the Importance
attached to It as an article of dress.
Make your choice now and Ret the be
at popular prices.
A TOUCH OP
Good Taste and
In.i ?m,$m!s Bo)'s' and Children
Clothln? llrt It nut nt th r,l. ...-.,. ..
and adds 2 per cent to Its value. It
mis'" my you 10 iook at our lines.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
TWO TELEPHONES, ,
96 and 67G.
13 and 11 Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
Al. Republlian businessmen are request
ed t" ds. ,..ite their places of business for
the reception of the Republican delegates
retuniitu b the Rlode Janeiro, Thti'sday,
lulyy, and for the Republican rall In
!5iotf RECEPTION COMAtTTEE.