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mttlsln) Kurr Vr rterpl Knrnlny.
M zip Kinr ciMfi, Honolulu,
II I iiy the
JtUl.t.tmN JTIII.ISIIINO I'OMI'ANY.,
W..H. fUKItiNUTiiN ..Hdller
W.KIHI. t.OOAN City IMltor
Vt Mnt.j. nnywhrr in II. I.... I T
! ytsr Id II. I S.OO
t jtn; otplil, t'. 8., Canada
eV Mttlco 10.00
Vnr rtr, inrttimlJ. other foreign
FdjMc Invariably In ndvnnco.
Post Onico llox "IS
THI)AV AIM SI 3. I9W
Knlilil Itcpulillinns are in:n Bli.illim a
splendid fori i' no n guarantee nf good
faith ami nssiirniiie n( Ik Iter stiee's
anil more elcetrii lights when tiK
niunlilpnllt gits In full swing
Iluslncss mill should demoiistr.i'e
their uirillnl support of the Koiinil busi
ness principles nf Hip MpKIiiIp.v vid
Ilooevclt ticket hy propprl. derang
ing tho stores along Hip line of I lie
pa rail p.
Whnt Wllllnm Cnllen Ilrant will ilo
on account of IiIr IipIiik ilnBU'il wll'i
the DemricrntH no one enn ny. but per
tain William .(innings llrynn will
squirm In his chair whin he lp.irn
that thp Democrats of llnwnll not him
mixed up with Ilrynnt.
11 ( ti nil 11 111 limn nn lmtirtitnttt nlnno
in the nntionni cnmrmien of thp hp-I
publican part) which Is n further In-1
ilmimiiit to Hepuljllians of Honolulu
tn make the rntlflcntlon met tine ami j
rally of sntunlny nlclit memnrniup ror
lis llllllilMUHiii anil iiiimi'i iii 1.111-iiih.
Shnll wp pieparp for the Inevltnbie
munlclpallt or nllow thp Leslslaturo
to kIip us all) klml of n iliailrr. Is the
question iltlztns of Hunnliilii li.no
now to nnswu Munliip.il orK.uilzi
tlon Is as stirp to tome as Hip I.i'Sl'
lature Itself. Will Honolulu go to
When In iloubt blame the mlpsltin.ir
lit is fast becoralnc the popular tue'h
od of soh Iiir the Chinese problem of
catifce ami effeit. Ifs the sliortist way ,
out of It nnil the missionaries, both
Catholic anil I'rotestnnt, hae become
aitiistomeil to IhIdk hehl ipsponsl'jle
for eiirj thing Hint Rois wrong In the
i:ery man who has stuilteil the con
ditions of the money markets will nn
dcrttanil that gohl nml slher nrc mere
ly men haiulUc Independent.
Admitting this to be true, It is
mighty little Hie woiklng mnn gains
hy having the value of his silver eo"i
modlty reduced one-halt ns the Dry
anite Dtmocrnts intend to do.
Preparations by arlotis precinct
clubs mid special nrgnnlzntlnns we
Iiromlse that the Itepiibllcnu rally to
morrow night will be one of the la-g-,
est and most euthuslnstlc catlierings ,
In Hawaiian politics. It will he a lit-1
ting opining gun of the Republican'
campaign In the Tenltory which
should attract eeiy otir of the tltv
deslnriis of learning about thu snuiil
prliiilples of popular rule which Hi's
If the "government" Instead of mir
rlng tho beauty of the Capitol gi omuls
by tutting off the Itli hinds strict 101-
rtitt liml linllt n li nib l -ltll t li n nlinill1
llUi , WUW uilin tt "inn nuiii mv mill'
tn the Capitol building, the people
nould linvo been tatlblled and fie'
business men particularly pleased. A
more direit entrance to the bulldl'ig
for pedestrians has been wanted over
jlnce Hip foinier palace has Iippii iupiI
for odmlnlstinthe nlllcis. It Is not too
late to mend.
One of the most postUe statements
made by President McKlnley to lilt
ing Hawaiian delegates was that he
wished tho Hawaiian people to have
full recognition and lepiesentatlon In
all departments of the terlrtorlnl go
irnment. This is the dislte of the
President and of the Hepiibllcan patty
In these Islands which should be recog
nized In every department from the
ofllco force to the day Inboreis, To
carry It out Is one of the hj no means
least Important duties of thu heads of
Mr. Dew's mlsun'''erstnndlng of the
protestations of local Chinese Is not
surprising ns he has not iissoclited
with the Chinese classes here Ion?
enough to appreciate that Hawaii's
Mongolian residents are of u high"!
order than those found in the nw'tagt
American or Uritlsh colonial cities
Thu coolie clashes here are duulitliss
as barbaric In their Instincts ns tlifl.
romputilots nt home, but the men
gatheicd nt the lecent muss meeting
weie clthei born mid bred under nil
Miuccd clvllled mle or of mtllclentlv
lung nsldeiiit In I lie Islands In gunr
autio that they have no syuipiHiy
with the murdt-ioiu lumpnlgn now be
ing wngul bj the KnipiCKs Dowager
nd the lloxere.
" t."Wv,jfaiH'""t' " 1" 'a"" !i,imni "Jjimiuki
Tin; I)i;.mo:iiatic D0U.AU.
A Rthl (ssttilde nf I III' filitlll lm
Hull nuilld olttdln III llnwnll nhiuM
lll 1)1 Mm rnlli illix "f frr nihil I"
rattled mil. It will Xif If tin- lii mo
rra hit ittMTMful in ili ni piw
Him, I fmi till In Pwto ttlro when ilii
KpnnlRh wrT Is rnntrol. TliTr Hut
tinint-jr wm mnl nt tin- rwttiiMl vn'u.
hi. h Urjranltr-fiiniiHrntu demand fm
the I'nltwt Htli The wnrklne
man raid in silver nln fmind that hi'
Kitilil kpI nnly 42 rmt worth f gmdi
fur hlit silver ilnllnr. Tin plnnlat loti
tnnnngrr anil rlrh corporations with
Hi pr rold ilnllnr pit full nli.
Thin li what Hip Hetllixmli wnnt to
niiouip1lh fur the worklngnien nf fie
I t.lli-il Statin nnil tlml mm 1 iwl m!-
the Trrrllory nf llnwnll. If III, wink-
IliKiiicu billeve Hint lhr should he
I paid 111 ruin Hint will purthnip imly
nup Imlf (he ntiKMint if pnl. fish, food
mil clothing tilt) cnti now liny, tliov
I have only In mdnrse the IJprmirratlc
I pnrty. If they wish Hip wiirklngmen's
ilnllnr In t ns good ns Hip rlrh mull's
Inll.ir. they will ntp for I(ppiilill..i'i
1 inmlliliitiH and principle.
I A piomlncnt I'ow Wong w imtR to
I know why tho nppe.tls sent tn the
1'nltcd Hinted from t'lilnu nro mud" !n
Hip n imp of Hip oung lJmpeior. Vh
Indeed? Ah Hip curtain slowly lifts
from Hip hnrror nhoiit I'eklug It ap
pears Hint Hip Chilli re gnvernmciit '
i Mil) tn mm- nny tiiinip that may ul'
Hip Indignation nf foreign nations Not
until Hip foielgn fortes hap Ktpn t'ip
Kniirnr mi Hip throne will the pco
ple Iip1Ipp Hint he Is iietually In 'on
SAYS SEVERAL THINGS
IN PLAIN LANGUAGE
Fined Ten Dollars and Costs Judge
'ilCOX -Appeal tO Supreme
"I am Just ns much satisfied as It 1
had gout tn the Ohpieuni to sie a
good funny show," wns the remark
made by n well Known business mm
of the city ns he walked out nf the
Police. Court this morning ,ifur the
trliil of Attorney Ocorge A. I)als on
the chmge of falling to pay for his li
cense as notary public for the p.iit
threo 5 tins.
There was n large crowd In court
whin the mi.e wns tnlltil ns n ery
wurni time wns expected. The people
were not at nil disappointed altlioimli
Attorney Davis expressly Btated tint
he would not argue the case. I-'iter on,
whin he had about finished his kne
speech, lie remarked as follows. "I
did nut Intend to argue this itise but I
got n llttlo warmed up."
The chnrge was read, defendant
pleaded mot guilty and IMwnrds 0'il:
the stand to testify to D.nls's signa
ture, fins Hose of the Interior OIHip
i nine next and stated Hint Davis had
taken out a license In ISbG nnd had not
got another one since then.
High Sheriff Drown was the Inst
witness for the prosecution. He tn'd
nf the cause of the penul summons be
ing served on Davis nnd then produced
the Inttcr's resignation us notary pub
lic, dated August 1, the duy the sum
mons was served.
Defendant, in cross examination
acting as his own attorney, asked 'f
he had not nlwnjs acted ns a man of
honor mid n gentleman and the wit
ness answered that he hud nlwajs ben
the fuimer but not uIuti)H the latter.
Defenilatit then asked If, In the cap i
clt ns un attorney in inses for High
Sheriff Drown, he had ever been paid n
1 1 nt by the latter. The wltiuss ars
vv pi i'il Hint, In the Splllner i.ise, he Ii-ul
paid him $25. At the end of the trial
.Mr. Davis took the stand and swine
that not a lent had been n.ild him.
Thu High Sheiirf did not answer this
Mr. Davis moved for n dlsthargp
dining which lie gave ve-nt to n gieit
number of doubtful compllme.its
among whlen were the following:
"My reslgnntlon, ns notary public,
bunded In before the penal summons
was served on me, has been accepted
by Attorney General Dole. I don't
want an nlllco from such a man,"
"The principal offices here me hold
by members of the 'Family Compact'
and I resigned because I would not be
beholden to these people for any
thing." "It Is not satisfactory that I am
stripped of ofllee nnd ever) thing
These people must seek to place me
on a par with criminals In the dock
b) dragging me Into Die Police Court
on this charge, but they can't do It."
"There ore others In higher olllce
than myself whose bins must stink In
their own nostrils but I huve nothing
to Bay about It. Let those men be
exposed In their nakedness. This till ig
will not end here. There are strong
Mr. Davis, during the course of IiIr
lemaiks, ventuieil the ussertlun that
by the iliunge of laws here, the offices
of notaries public hud been done aw iv
When the High Sheriff nioso tj
make his argument lie tend the law
piovlng the contrary. He spoke v v
ipiletly ii (mining from pcrsuiialltles
and summing up the ease In n few
winds. Tim only resignation lie knew
of was the one nut in the day the
penul stiiiiiuonb hud been served. Mr.
Tim BVBNINO BULLETIN! HONOLULU,
The Pacific Hardware Co.
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here bv
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, yi to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Stores! Fort- Kins and BetheI stj-
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes yently up to an elevation of over Soo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Wanlae Mountains.
WATBR tan 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 Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
Davis evidently felt that bringing him
Into lourt wns n piece of spile. Ho did
not know If lie i a red miiih In cuse this
.tunics II. Do)d of the Intel lor Omo
had been summoned us u witness for
the defense, but he lould not be found.
Mr. Davis then submitted the case ui It
w us. i
tludge Wilt ox told dtfendnut he
thought the law had bun violated and
imposed Hie lowest flue of 1 .mil costs.
Mr. Davis Immediately paid the
costs, handed a picvlnusly signed b'ind
to the High Shirlff nnd remnrked:
"This case will go to the Supreme
Court mid I hope that when thu HUb
Sheriff gets ten dollars, he will treat
his filend, Mr. Dole.' '
All Republican hnckmen who de
sire to take part In the parade Satur
ihiy'night will be assigned to poslttu"8
In the line If they will report to W. H.
Hoogs us soon ns possible.
Lodge Le Progres de l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A & A. S. RITE.
There will be a rtclal meeting of Lodge 1
Le Progres de L'Oceanie. No. 124, A. k
A S R., at Its hall. Masonic Temple,
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, at 7:30
WORK IN THIRD DEGREE.
Members of Havvalljn Lodge No. 21 and
Pacific Lodge N 2J and all loiournlnc
I brethren are corJIally InvlteJ to be present.
By order of the Vv
E. H. FRIEL,
Herr P.vtor Iscnberg vvlrJ am Sontagu
den sten August Vormlttags it Uhr In der
Y. M. C. A. Halle Deutschen Gotlesdlenst
DhR (JEME INDE VORSTAND.
I5W J I
It, l I'ltlbAY, AUGUST
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Pacific Cycle Co.
I WAFERS I
Jno. Pottie & Sons
HORSE, CATTI.H, SUHliP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
Aiasonic l cinpie
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho-'
nolulu's most delightful residence site '
1-1 ,- -t-t -- ij.
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 grandeut at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work o
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,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
li Fop sale . . .
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets.
YOU WILL NEED
FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all klnis of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book -
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will helpyju to do It
TMH UE3T IS CHEAPEST
Pw,f jr. our bli ll llwayi lb. lowtM
tecaiiM ttwrj in nj bttr cooit uitU ttiin thoit
1 Whw jrqj art fixing up Hit olj iloi, 01
tlnnln mi on, .ontjlt ui liirjln how to
Datii,tSlnt anlf)lplay riilut,, .r,
pitpar.t li lijif withou on any ktni of Interior
flilUtlor turnit r n ihimay ol ofne. or alou ralura,
pinitKin I'm m t In harl woaJi ot all klnl,
PUni an Jinin, lor Ih, nklnj ol
Lowers & Oooke,
in k C
for making water connections
terms, etc., apply a
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
AND OURS Is the Noblest Roman o'
them .ill. 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 Jesuits are the2o
suits In every other store. And every
other merchant knows that Is so. Why
siiouwn 1 you Know It, too, when the
know ledge is vv orth I5 to you? We guar
antee every suit-Guarantee them to hold
fOlor. Sll.ine .nn.1 tmnnlhn... vir ..
sent them to be absolutely flawless. If
...j-y ,uuvc uuiciwise, come and gei an
other suit. No other house dare make
juch a guarantee, but we know whereof
AN EARNING OF 20 PER CENT.
l?dlareJ to purchasers of boys' anil
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.
06 and O7C.
9 and n Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
HAS REMOVED IO MAGOON
Merchant St., comer Alakea.