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.JULY 21, 1900.
ThP)'ll nil be there, the Ooernor
mid the oter all good Itepubllcans,
at the Thursday night ratification
Uearti and pnthwlastlc cooperation j
ehnriirtorlzes'tho ncthltles of all He
publicans In preparing for the rntlflcn
tlon meeting of Thursday night.
wncn planters io noi cuimaio incir
coffee but "Just let It Brow 'It Is not
altogether surprlslnR that reports
multiply of retrogression In the coffee
With an causelist and the Jackass
press after them with a sharp stick.
Lew Is & Turk bid fair to create mater
ial for free mhcrtisliiK by all partici
pants In the controersy.
As one of the first fruit of the ex-,
panslon policy. Hawaii's career will b j nio endured, the waiting for the mere
wntched with particular Interest li? frame of a government, and the state
the citizens of the Mainland What a j of tutelage In which, to u certain ex
fplendld showing the Territory will of-1 tent, they still remain, the demand for
fcr if It toes on record ns not hnvlngau immediate promise for all time to
reached that stage of progressive civil-1 come to those different races under
lzatlon that will allow the Inauguration
of municipal organizations. Such n
rourse will give strength to the claim
that the expansion policy Is turning out
The reason for the non-appearance of
llawallans on the Grand Jury lists Is
about as easy to explain ns the causo
of til edlce pln)cr being unable to
turn up ace on the flrst tluow. If
native Hawaiian arc particularly
anxious to serve on juries it Is highly
probable they will And plenty of those
drawn for the present term to with
dinwn for tho present term ready to
"MtlKlrnw In their favor. When making
up til t lists, the judges are as Incapable
of Influencing the results as the gentle
men whoso names are drawn.
REPUBLICANS AND IIAWAIIAN6.
riio universal respect shown Ha
nail's delegates nt the national Repub
lican convention ns compared with the
criticism to nlilch Hawaiian delegates
Here subjected by factions of the
Democratic conxentlon is n further ob
ject lesson to Hawaiian-Americans.
Not only did the Hepubllrans in the
national Congress glc the nathe Ha
waiian full political rights us American
eltlzcus refusing to countenance the
scheme to disfranchise but In the
jeii"ral detail of dally political life
tu cordiality with which the new
American citizens uio raehed Is
ueurt and honest.
TIi rxnresklon "defeated by a Hawn
jlaii" coming from tho Democutlc con
tention shows that In Kb heart of
hearts the Democrnc puts tho llnwa-
liaiiH on much the same plane ns the
jfcitfierncis el lil the "YnnKee" dining
the dnjs of secession. Tho Demociuts
accept the llawallans as guests whose
welcome Is questionable.
How- different was the reception of
the Hawaiian delegates lit tho Ilepubli
can national gathering In the nation
al committee when tho question of ad
mitting delegates to the contention
aioto, the preference was git en reprc
Bcntatho Hnwnlians. Throughout nil
tho proceedings of the contention the
Hnwnlians wero oter Impressed with
the fact that nlthough their American
citizenship was lately acquired they
weio to consider theniseltes the equals
of nntlte born Americans, sharing not
only the equal benefits but the responsi
bilities ns well. Thus will the llawa
llans ecr bo receltcd In political nn
social life by the Itepubllcans. The
friendly spirit that gate etery citizen
the right of franchise has been and
cut will be continue! tow aid the peo
plo of this Teirltory.
Voters of Hawaii must realize that
the ItcpiiblUau party of tho Territory
iniibtnnil will follow In tho footsteps of
its national tenders It has taken tho lhlit-lle branches, with 11 number
Initlatlte in placing nil citizens of the) ship of HWi ehlldiin, were lepiesmud
Tcnltoiy on nn equal footing and its ut tho ' deinonstintlon" of tin New
declaration of principles demands that , York Jutenlle li.iguis of the dipait
thc right of frnnehUe shall not lie I meiit of stieit e leaning The league
obrlilKid In detoi mining theli Ameil- wcie oignnlzed by the late Col War
can party alllllntimis tho linwnllaus
have not far to seel, friends In the H
plibllcnn ranlis nor 111 e tliey slow to
.ippreclnte the fart Hint Democratic
IrkmUhip is a sham mid delusion.
(Hnitlle IV I )
Tin- InniiKiirnlliin nf Haiifiinl II. Ilnle
in the llrat (lumnor n( HiiaiiII la n
mitnliln Itirlili nt In Hip lilntory n( ex
IMiimliin The flrnt fXutitlW' nnler the
ln li which Hawaii In )nai1c n mrt of
" tmlt.ir,. I h. n!. ...n.ll.l.'
inuip tlmn any ntliir man for Hip linp
iy canmiiiitiintliin nf Hip IIip of Hip
i.popIp in iiattnii ami thiiKf f n.e
Juki ii v Blur) In IicIiik iltlrms of
the Htntc of WnkliliiKton niul aim of the
Ki-pnt comimmuuiUli of the I'lilletl
Htati. Their larger tlmtlny IpIiik e
ciirp, the) turn to the tliounht of home
development, moral ns well aB material.
It I the Itlenl of the American citizen
I that I net before them, the tlewitlon
'of the home, the llullWilunl, the bend
I lim of circumstance to the formliiK of
character, niul the contnierliiK of that
1 larger political dlnnlty anil lower to
which they ono day aspire. No patriot
who senses the full meanliiK of the oc
casion, who contrasts what these peo
ple are anil what the) aim at today
with what they were ten ear ago falls
to note the meanliiK of the change.
None would turn the clock backwnrd.
Hawaii Is an object lesson 111 expunj
As with the llawnllaus, so do we ile
Hlr nml oxiu rt tlmt It Rlinll bp with all
thogc ()Ul(,rg wll(jgo flUlrc ,iag bcen
placed In oui hands. Knili In Its
own time and place will rise to the
nieusiirc of Its possibilities, We would
Hi.it nil nf them weio roach' now for the
ftnt) )f nttnMi ul tte ktl0tt ,)elter.
1l(, ,,,, ,, , ncner l(, Ui lmt ,llo
.,.,, .,.,,,.,.. ,...,,,,,.,,. wll, ...
haps enable him to lessen the gap be'
twee u them l'or ono and all we will
no as we hnu done with Hawaii, not
necessnrll) enact for them the same
laws or the same hjhU'Iii, but adapt to
each mi adjustment of relations Butte-d
to Us circumstances. Hearing In mind
the long )eurH Hint lime clapsid since
first the American Hag lloatid cner
Hawaii, the probation that Its people
other (ondltlons whose future we have
to study mid determine seems less nn
act of stupidity than u crime. Nobly
arc we doing today for those whose
guardians In the estate of freedom we
have become; ami In the peiformance
of that high dut) the American people
will never falter or turn back.
Alolui tu Mrs. Giilbrnttli.
Illlo, July 21. Hawaii Chapter No.
1, Order of the Hastern Star gave its
Worthy Matron, Mrs. Nova dalbrulth,
a surprise party on last week Friday
evening. It Is declared by the members
of thu order who participated to have
been one of the Jolllest of Illlo' social
parties. The occasion was the expected
departure of Judge and Mrs. tinlbralth
for their new homo In Honolulu In the
The event took the form o! a sheet
and pillow case party of the most
ghostly variety. I?ach member being
nrrn)ed In long white drapery, pillow
case peaked cap and white mask und
carr)lug a torch. Once arra)ed, none
could tell the Identity of another and
many nmiising adventures resulted; the
endeavor of Mr, (lalbralth to discover
the character of hei ghostly visitor
being not the least. After the unmask
ing, und the transformation fiom the
supernatural to the natural, the even
ing was spent must pleasant!), as are
all the social affair of the Eastern
Star. The party took possession of Mrs.
CIiub. Fairer' house, dainty refresh
ment weie served and games Indulged
In until n late hour, Tribune.
Tor Maul ports, per stmr. Clniidlne,
July 2i ut 5 ). m. Geo. Clark, C. U.
Reynolds, Mis. Nnhaolelun and - clill-
d leu, Miss Marcos, Mis. V. J, Dale,
Miss Goodwin, J, Cocrper, C. Akana,
Sing Kee, Mrs Alia and child, Mrs.
lllnke, Miss Charmou, James A, Uojd,
Captain J II. Huirlsou, 1'. M. Swanzy,
Thomas (!u, Dr. M, I. Ueeis, Mrs, J.
N. Hoblnson and Mrs. Kay.
l'or Kauai ports, per stmr, W. G.
Hull, July 2i, nt & p. 111. Miss McCnll,
C. W. Spitz, S. Watson. C. T. Al, I.
Schneider, I'rof. Koebclo, Jns. V. Van
l.oben Sels, Mrs. Ilrjant, A. Terry, J.
J. tun l.oben Sels, C. C, tun l.oben
Tor Maul ports, per stmr. Claiidlne,
July 2i, nt G p. m. Miss S. M. Cuiter,
Miss M Wlddilield, J. McGlnty, T. Mc
GlnnlB, the Misses Kush(U), G, de
Souzn Cauatnrro, Mrs, Mar) Self, Jus.
T Tuylor and wife, J. Marks, Win.
llarliottlo and wife, A. HocMng, ra
ther iiaxlinen, A. G. Dickens, Miss A.
Cook, Miss de Caimo, Miss liana Keau,
Miss Helen Kcolkl, Miss May Giles,
Miss J. McLaln, Itev. 11. Klharu, V. J.
Alenrustei, I.. Vincent, Miss Utile
Johnson and Miss June Johnson,
Ingl tlieli iiitmihem ui ilillilini or tm
' t.li. 111, (llu VI III, lllkl, II till lll!l 1(1 HkMlMl
In etcry ttuj thc urn to keep Hip
stitets tltiiii und pi m cut unt ibpovlt
of lefuse theie. I'liblle Opinion.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
pin. j. fnr (1P hnmelmlrl. for
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis Alden Besse, Irmgard, 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, V to 4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE
Beautifully situateJ mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW !
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 Wnhl.ie Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural (lowing 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"
Supples, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
- rMGIC I headaches
5 WAFERS dressing.
,i7JIIllllllllllllW( ,0 ltut, u!1 UroKKlt"
tie number, for contractors,
Kins and BetheI sts-
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and 'Alakea Streets.
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
im 0naantratBd Droftn
ANEMIA, PQQRNE88 QFBL00I
LOSS OF COLOUR,
niAVAtl' f lOB U PrMAritM.
t7 tt Lridlni Phfilctaa
of ll Countries.
;i iwilJUr Tun mt Sa4l
Dou Ml UUtUn IU TM
Soon Ulngi back
Wbolfi4la no, Ru UfayeitD, Iahii
1 f&sBEZl-U I
r.fno. Pottie & Sons
HORSP, CTTLK, SHEEP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip" and
Sure Prevention . .
: Inquire of
KJ. W. mftWrftitLnnu,
Masonic Temple . .
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 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
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 . . .
Corner Hotel and
YOU WILL NEED
FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book -
AND SHE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
TUB UE5T IS CHUAPEST
thercdr our bl4 Is alwayi tht loweM
because Uwn art na better od4 maJt than those
SWhen you art filing up tht o!4 store or
planning anew one consult ls re gar dine how to
do It In style.
t-netlies Signs anj Display natures we art
prepared to fieure with you on any kind ot Interior
RnUh or (urnRure In the way of office or store fixtures
partition shelving, etc , In hard woods of all kinds
Plans and designs for the asking of
Lewers & Cooie,
Henry Wakhouse k Co
for making water connections
f NATIVE HATS, MATS,
1 FANS, CALABASHES
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 slven to the making of
beautiful Neckwear shows the Importance
attached to It as an article of dress.
Alake your choice now and get the be
at popular prices.
Good Taste and
In our Men'. Bnvs' nnit ChlMivn
Clothlnz lilts It out of the rr.iilvmmV nit
and adds 2 per cent to Its value. It
mignt pay you to look at our lines.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
oij and 67G.
9 and 1 1 Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
All Republican business men are renuptt-
ed to demrnte their places of business for
the rectrtiim of the Republican delegates
reiuniinj; ny me rioce Janeiro, 1 nu'suay,
July ;&, and fo- the Republican rallj In
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