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THUIIBDAY AfOl'ST I, 1900.
Hurray for William Cullen Ilryani.
Ilrynnt was not n Democrat.
Wlee Is rlfiht. Wlllam J. llrynn
doesn't know what 10 to 1 means, oth
crwlse he would not advocate such a
policy of ruin for the United States
nnd Its territories.
Monarchical systems of Rovcrnment
In American territory won't run no
matter how earnestly the minority nmv
seek to crease the wheels with theor
ies. Hawaii's Territorial law gives the
people n hearing and they will be
Attorney Davis' wrestling match
with the American constitution seems
never ending. One thing Is certain,
however, there will be no further ques
tion about the matter when Mr. Dj.
vls nnd the courts get through wit:i
The Democratic delegation having
admitted that It doesn't know what
1C to 1 means nnd doesn't bellve W. J.
llryan knows, It now devolves upon
the Democrats to explain jvhy the;
voted for this plank In the national
Mr. McClannhan In the course of his
remnrks at the Democratic gathering
would have done well to explain hor
much Hawaiian plantation stock could
be placed In the San Francisco markit
had tho business men of the States
confidence that Bryan will be elected
nnd his free sliver heresies forced upon
Was It really Boss Bryan that Mr.
Bush referred to In his peerless peror
ation of oratorical effulgence at the
Democratic rally? If so how do Mr.
Bush and his associates account fur
Mr, Brnynn's connection with the lea
trust of New York city, also Mr.
Bryan's friendship for the silver tnmt.
When It comes to trusts Bryan Is a
It makes little difference whether W.
O. Smith and A. S. Hartwell were Bent
to Washington to deprive native Ha
walluns of the franchise or not. Tho
fact remains that the Itepubllcnn pir
ty gavu the natlvo Hawallans full right
of franchise, nnd recognized their
rlghts as American citizens. What
better proof Is needed that Republi
cans na n party stand for equal rlghu.
The Democrats have lltle to offer In
It may he that China Is misleading
tho United States In order to gain
time but It does not follow ,that till
United Stutes or. tho allied powcis
have such a force In China that thev
can be Indifferent to tlme-gnlnlng toe.
Ilea. WIfether tho legations are aafe
or not the American policy of dealing
kindly with the barbarians until suffi
cient troops have been mnrshaled to
forco their way to Peking, will be
found to bo the wisest and productive)
of the best results.
Prince David Is n man of his worl,
consequiutly hn mutt liuvo made an
unintentional mistake when ha ro
niurked that Demoiratlc statesmen
will give Hnvuill Statehood. The
Ih-mocratiii platform advocates State
hood for Oklahoma, Arizona, New
Mexico and evciy other vvny klr.tlon of
tho Mainland Immot'u word has It In
iifWln favor of Hawaii. If Mil
Democratic stutesnun view this Ter
ritory mid Us M'ii with such murk j I
favor. vviy s It they wrr" tviieful In
malm the UIuihU huiI hoik by llmlr
falluro In I'Wii Khe tliMii it iiinit
word, lo suy notliliiK nf h iiiiiiiIm,
JwIk" mil niwUii, "AhwIimm law
Is tniimioii Juti'" U u irtilmn wliMi
Hn Amitlwin bHUr ulriu In fiillill
Dm II Mr. Ille
.. r . iit''M'-''
TWO lAHTIi:H"ONE COAL,
l!r,v n : A i .;. ll I'a lli'it u .
i'iiiillcl(iiii' In the high ihnrar'.rr and
! Iiniiml)' nf Aim Hum illltrluMp In Hie
I 'IYrrltmy of HiivvMI It Is now lime y '
fur the AdvcrtUrr to explain wlmt It1
'experts In gain from Us opposition 1
tniiiilillxtl organization. The position
of the Advertiser Is practically a de
Inrntlou of want nf ronfldeme In the
voters of the Ttrrllorj In spile of the
fact that the piuplc me In the sail. II"
nnd the ruling srutltmut ol the major-
I lly Is In favor of American progress us
exemplified In the organization of In
This opposition Is tuntnmount to In
dltlerence to r suits. Indifferent e ta
the chnrneter of the charters that win
be framed by the next Legislature.
At whose door Is1 the power of "men
like Boss t'roker. Boss Tweed, llucklcv
and Altgild to be placed? Whom do
the critics themselves hold to account?
Who but the citizens refusing to tnke
an active part In'polltlcs, the stay nt
homes nnd supercritical "gentlemen"
believing Hint their station In life vill
not ndmlt of their taking a position on
the common plane of common people?
The Advertiser knows the minority
It apparently represents are well nvvare
of the fact that the principal work of
the I'arkhursts, tho I'attlsonB nnd the
Mazets was to nrousc the people from
tho letliurgy of IndlfTereneo.ntid having
roused them It wns a comparatively
easy matter to rout tho torces of cor
ruption nnd secure an administration
of public afTalrs at once meeting popu
lar npproval and creditable to Ameri
can common sense, dignity nnd honor.
When every American citizen comis
to a full appreciation of his duty tc
his city, town or county nnd does that
duty there never Is, never has been and
never will he any dimculty In securing
good government under the American
Now, what does tho minority In Ho
nolulu propose to do? Wnsto thvll"
time In mutual admiration, condemna
tion of American Institutions, gloat
ing over such evidences of corruption
as they may discover In the senvengfr
barrels of Amerlcnn politics? The cry
of blind followers of corruption is,
"We don't want no work." Gentlemm
nrrayed In opposition to municipali
ties Btnte with variations, "We do not
desire to be In the malestroin of vul
gar municipal affairs. It being quite un
necessary In our estimation. In fact we
prefer not to he disturbed." Uuled by
diverging sentiments these two forcr3
march with remarkable regularity tc
the same goal; having arrived, thlr
time Is then devoted to making fncei
at each other, calling names nnd
damning American systems genernlly.
The progressive element of this Ter
ritorythe ruling majority demands
municipal government. It will not al
low the continuance of the present cen
tralized system. What will the citi
zens of Honolulu do nbout It? Allow
the Legislature to p.ibs such an Incom
plete nnd 111 considered charter or
charters as will Inevitably result from
the short time nt Its disposal, or will
the citizens net promptly as becomes
the strong business character of ;hu
community nnd prepare, for Honolulu,
nt least, a charter containing safe
guards against corruption as well us
the necessary details to assure local
Independence with due regard for the
rights of the taxpayers?
Davis Makes Reply
In Police Court
George A. Davis, attorney-nt-.w,
nppeared In the Police Court th's
morning and, when all tho cases on the
cnlendnr had been disposed of, he ad
dressed himself as follows to the
"I have been brought here on n
Penal Summons and now ask leave to
file a demurrer. When I.have flnlsned
with this I will never again have any
thing to say In this court."
Just here, SherlfT Brown tnlled the
attention of the Court to the summons
which set the case for I'rlday Instead
of Thursday. Matters In connection
theiewith could very well go over until
that time. Then Mr. Davis again held
forth as follows:
"I will not he guided by the High
Sheriff's ndvice. I wish to file my de
murrer now nnd I am entitled to do
this at any time after having been duly
summoned" Judge Wilcox ndmlttcl
that this was a fact and the demurrer
was filed. ' 1
The penal summons In question was
Usiied yesterday. This Is what Ills')
Sheriff Brown had to say of It tht?
"Mr. Davis has been a notary publ'o
for the past four years, He paid hie
license the first year but since tli-i:,
although I have repeatedly notllled
him to pay, he has simply luughed at
me. Now he will see If 'h ecan be
brought to time In court."
The latter port of the demurrer read i
as follows: "The penal summons nro
not sullliient In law and the sail
(liorge A. Davis Is not bound by th
luw of this Tj-rltory to answer tho
Mime nnd this he Is ready to verify,
wherefore for want of it siiltldent In
formation In this behalf the said ()en
A. Davis prays Judgment nnd Hint b
this District Court ho tuny hu illi
inlkseil iiml illseliaigeil from tho s.ild
prvmisi In Hie said Information sped.
'I iu iusii will collie up loinoitiiiV
niiiriilnv mul It Is exif-in Unit ut (lint
lime, spurM will My In u 11 ly mini.
I'llin JiiIj I'flijllliv M i llillMIll
woajiw nil! iimmiii
THE BVENlNO BULLBTINrjHONOtlUtlU.iaMiUBtfrHUKSDAY.'AUOUSTji
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, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary
the Wolfe Manulacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, i to 4 inches.
Pacific -.Hardware - Co.,
Stores? Fort- Kn and Bethel sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
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 .fountains.
WATBR 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"
Supples, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Capts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
Ilqvvallnn Hotel Mimic.
The band will piny tlie following se
lections at n concert on the grounds of
the Hawaiian hotel this evening, be
ginning nt 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Isabella Supro
Ilullnil I'llgrlms of the Night ..Milille
Ornnd Selection II Trovntore ..Verill
(11) Ko Leo. Mllllial Pirn.
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(li) Ka Inmval. Kitwlllwlll Iho An.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection The Cruckerjack ,f.Mackle
KlaalW-Tbe Wedding of the'winds
Song Alice Where Art Thou..Asher
March The Man Hililnd the Qim
The Star Spangled Uanner.
The Hrsklne M, Phelps and Dlrlgn
are loading as iiulckly as possible. On
account of the large amount of sur
which these vessels take, tho smaller
ones are having u hard time,
Notice It hereby ulvtii to pariiej, their
attorneys unj all others cuncerned that the
JURY WAIVED c.i'enJar will be called
unj the cite (hereon dlpoeJ of before
anv civil Jury es arrlieirJ, at the en
suing AiiKUkt A. D, km term of the Or
cult Court of the I'lrtt JoJIcUl Circuit.
Jlv (he Cuiirtt
Honolulu, OjIiu, July 31, A, l Vfio,
Plumbing Goods direct from
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
MAUNAI.EI SUGAR CO,, LI D.
I litre will te aSpfcl.il M-etlngof tin
itockholJtrs nl the Mauiulci Sugar Co,,
Ltd, 1 at the Clumber of Commerce roomi
a! II o'clock a, in, IUESIMY, Aug Till,
!, fur the purpute tf amending II v
Laws, C, II, GRAY,
Sec. Muunalel Sugar Co,, Lid,
Honolulu, July 7, vx, 157711,1
Paw Cycle Co.
.mi.,4 j.migin-. (i m 'i m
Jno. Pottie & Sons
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1
.... Aasonic 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
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 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 connectioni
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.
- H - - W - - W
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
!. For sale . . .
Corner Hotel and
..YOU WILL NEED
,.FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture,
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
Put on a Good Front Anyhow
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you t Jilt
THO IIIUT IS CHEAPEST
tti.rifjr. our till It llnri lh low., I
moum t!iM tri at t.tur fooJt trnU ihtn ttiot
, I Wh.n y;)i ir. Dilnc up lh old Hon o,
tunning ni iint-comuM ui Hf.fJInr how to
4o It In .lyl.
i- lll.iSlfni mlDlipliy riilutu . ira
rrrp.wlliini,,. Hhyou n tny kinl ol InLrloi
Dnltii ' lum, tun in it,ny ol ornt or Hot. finui.i
raitltlon Ii,iiih, ,t- m btii noii ol til blnJi,
I'Uiu n di.lnt lir Hi. atklnc ol
Lowers & Cooke,
Hear j Waterhouse & Co
- - H - H -
prices, terms, etc., apply a
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
I r-AINb, UALABASHbS
the . . .
MASONIC .TEMPLE. (I
Alakea Streets. Ill
AND OURS Is the Noblest Roman 0 -them
all. We have mastered the serge
suit situation bv sheer force of merit, and
there Is none now so stupid as to dispute
our leadership. Our 115 suits are the f 20
suits In every other ttore. And every
other merchant knows that Is so. Whv
shouldn't you know It, too, when the
antee every suit-Guarantee them to hold
coior, snape and smoothness. We repre
sent them to be absolutely flawless. If
they prove otherwise, come and get an-
AThpr ltlf Nln nth.. ....- J I..
-. ... ,w w,t, UVU3C uoic wane
Juch a guarantee, but we know whereof
AN EARNING OF 20 PER CENT.
Is declared to purchasers of boys and
children's vests and sailor suits. Come
and get your choice out of the largest
stock In town.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
ri and 67C,
j 9 and 11 Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
HAS REMOVED TO MAGOON
Merchant Sl corner Alakea.