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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 04, 1900, Page 4, Image 4',
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M 210 KlfiK Street Ilnnoliilti.
II I 11 Will
.ui-u:tin h m.i.miiN'ci company
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"T yon otinliI. U S.. Conada
Xt j m, " Miml'-lV "tAhc'r VorVlgn
eountries i vv
rnj nlilo Invariably In advance
Telephono . .
Tout Olllco Ilox
S Tl ItDAY
At CUNT I. too
No bounds eouhl rontaln the Jo) of
the minority fur whl.li tin- A.l.rtlr ller.lnnln Mnet to Vlneanl street In
peak. Rhoulil the p.nple of the Ti r- regularl) swept nnil wattred It wan
rltor) liwonip no Indllfiient to their done IIiIh mornlnp tint hx In tin
dutj a Aruirlian illleni as to allow name of fairness If the lower portion
Hawaii n pieoent local motinrihlial of the street, where nnboih llxen on
sjstun to (oiitlnue. i the I2wn side r((itilrn to be iiwipt and
' wnttreil at poxernmint ippnp win
Wllrux. Kanlln and Knlnukilnnl an ' " ""Per portion of the Kame
an oxer present nightmare with the " from lne,ard to Mnnu streets
nntl-munlclp.il mlnnrlt In fact the , ' "'"' "n"',, n,1 BWP't
frlcht o.ia.li.nc.1 l this trio 1ms ,W-' Tl" ""'r ' ' the watering
dntl cniis,. I the mlnorlt to turn talll"'"' "w-eplnp of our str.ets Is ear.led
and skcedaddle. tnklnR It for Rr.inlH " lrt ,llp Wmint exhibits a
llnwallan-Amerleans are the Kn.Iliw s,rnnK -omp.mnd of ldlocv and M-
evpomnts of eorrnptlon and politli.il
horrors. No one knows bitter than
Wilcox, Kaull.i and Knlankalanl that
by nihoratlim a ..impiliiii of lorrilp
tlon thi will not lip abb to puhir .1
(orpornl's Kiiard ainonv Ilnwallan-
.Mn.runns 1 lie AiiuniMr m..K.
sad mistake of iimnlnR om.t.i to thCwnB r(,,omlul to , n KurprlslnR and 1
It. niililliiiti prln.llde of er. dltlim
Amerln.n iltlz. ns with honest patrlo
"Monaiilil.nl sstems In Vmen
(an t.irltory wont run f.i the
llnlletln And .lid William M. -Klnltj
and a Hepubllian Con
gress i-ct up .1 mon.ir.blc.il 6btnn
here? Or Is the lliillitln ttirnlns
No doubt the A.hirtUcr would hill
with Jo. the llullot Iii'm . spoui-al of Its
conttmporntj'K .MtiKWiimp tnmp.ilRii
Hut unfoitiinat. ly for the lontimpir
arj the lliillitln has jit to coiuur
In the false doctrine that the faith
placed by President McKlnlej and the
Hepubllcan Conwres',, In the Ameri
can Itlzeii8hlp of Hawaii has been
Kh.'ii Into the hands of a weak,
thoiiKhtl.ss 01 faltertliK i.ople, Raided
by corruptlonlsts with an overwhelm
Iiir Rr(ed for spoils
"And did William McKln!f and a
ItepublUan ConRress set up a munar
chlial sjstem here?"
No Mmh tu the Athertlter's dis
gust as It will dlscoer by refer. nee
to Its (omnicnts made whin the ques
tion of free suffrage fur citizens of Ha
waii was under discussion In the halls
of Congress In spite of the etrenuous
efforts of the mlnurlt the Advertiser
Is supposid to represent, President
McKlule) and a ItepublUan Congress
lrretrleabl wiped out that last ves
tige of moiurehlinl rule the re
stricted franchise. The Republican
President and H. piibllian Coiiricss,
whin .killing with the cltlzmB of Ha
waii kept tho true American fult'i
The rullllled hn(stl and without
fnltirlng the piomlse that the people
shall rule, and no luirlers were sit un
against the complite recognition of f'.e
rights of the humblest citizen
Having laid the solid foundation
the Uepubllcnn I'risidcnt and tin Re
publican Congicss look to the 1 Itlzens
of Hawaii to carrj out the good woik,
moving pcr onward and upward,
uniting for tho Tcrrltoij such de
tails of local municipal rule as will
satisfy the piople mid keep within the
lints of liberal nile upon whl.h the
nation nnd this Terrltorj have in en
When it conies to the completion of
the work so well performed by lie
publican national leaders, where does
the Advertiser llnd Itself?
Ilo It said to the credit of our con
temporary that there ean be no ques
tion as to Its position. It forcefully
nnd with enthusiasm mils for the
continuation of thnt old monarchical
Bvstcm which makes Honolulu, llllo,
In fact every city, town and wnjalde
hamlet Bubject to the beck and call
tho favor or disfavor of the appointive
olllclals of the capltol building Hule
of the majority by a compact mlnor'tv
Is tho star of hope that Rubles Its In
consistent pathwav Its enthusiasm Is
expressed In repeated spiteful efforts
to discredit nnd degrade the dinrmter
of Havvallan-Amerlcnn cltlzensh'p
which must iind will rule the Terri
tory as an American terrltorj , not ns a
relic of monarch) Tin ihaige of Im
perialism having been Bucccfcsfully nnd
honestly refuted by the IlepublUin
party, the Hepubllcan I'nsld.nt and
Congrtss, the Adveitls.r would now
hnvo Imp. rial power r. tallied by the
olll. rs nf tin, Territory.
Will the people allow suih a nef.n
tons campaign to be gu.ttssful will
the It. publican pnrtj of these Islands
eject the lut placid upon It by the
national l niters'
Nut If the ptople know themselves
Hired Kuerttn nml Wittering.
Itdltnr'ltveiitiiB llullrtlti lr It
nlmiil llnir that imr Uim.I Kupirlin
Rll( n ,nmi nn, ,ir(,w ,, ,, i,,t. ,'i
if n I nnO lmpmtlnl hni
Mill mill lmta.ll.1 h... . f c i
ln ami wntfrlnp the Ptrpin nf i' "
rftllrnr portion of fume'
Tuhr thi huilnraa portion of tin
town for lliitunee It ll left to the t t
!" nuTflm of pi hat Individual !to
pin filn wnt . lonlsr Int i
,nU nn,, r , .,.,.,,,,. n ,, rw ttllh
I;""1" "' " ' m"Hln "" m .
,,,p " ' " "' ' " nn ii; uiii i
for ll' illtii to run ttiflr wlied on
The rnMrnnifnt water nrt nnd Mre-et
w.tplns mn.hlne .lvote their time
nnil attention to ertRln treet round
p limit Hip Mprnmint bul'dlngi. 11 rell.
of the limp Vn It itii n pill p and
alo tn pprtnln floored trp-t whl.h
have been pleked out tv tlip nuthnrl
tl.s for om. opcnlt raiunn or titlir
n being worthv of thtlr nttriilloii
Tnke Duma trel for InMawe. Sone
tlnip ago I wltneMc.l tlip tratiRp ehl
lilllon of tiiiiihlnni made liv IIikp
tu rart w ntrrlnp Hip utr.et In float of
Mr DoIp'h renldcn.e on a Suniliv -ind
when a idlght lalnfnll from Xmiaim
.llre.tlnn wan falltnc
Attain, take Miller trtet Tlip pir-
tlnn of Miller Mreet extending from
A CIIARTCa ASSUIiCl).
I he mil to a mcetliiR of the pri".-
tle lliks whkli was held In the Cham-
n.-',,,. (lf c'ninmpriP rooms last eMUlnu
laKr. e.ible maniKr. Not mine than one
lulf of the gentltmen on the list wen.
expi.tcd to put In an appearance, hut
lust. ad oul a verj few we:o nbsent
After the business of the meeting w i"
disposed of the chairman, F. M. lirooks
nnnoiin.cd a neons of live minutes 111
whl.h to become better anpiaiiii'd
with , nth other. The ni.etlug was tli.n
all.d to order and the sod ll frnture
of the order was partlall eplnln. .1 to
the uninitiated who entered Into It
with n keen sense of .njovmtnt.
During the lemnlndir of the mert
Ing. ulthougb the greater number pres
ent were nt Hist a little backward
about entering Into something thev
were strangers to, the qunllllcallons
thnt are necessnrj to make good UlUi
were unconsciously rev t alt .1 and It was
n unanimous vote that a good ft 1. etlon
had h.in ma.lt.
It Is only n matter of a few weeks
wh.n a lodge will be running in full
Un nil Concerts.
The following program hns been ar
ranged for the concert In IZmma square
this afternoon, beginning ut 4 .10
March Hands Across the Fen ..Soi'sa
Overture Ten Olrls nnd no Hus
(Invotte Dawn of I.ove T0ba.1l
Selection A Hunnwa.v Cilrl. Monckton
Waltz Town of Songs rahib4.li
Polka I'lorella Levy
The band will play the following se
lections at the concert on the Capltnl
grounds Sunday nfternoon, fiom II to
Tho Old Hundred.
Overture Uiibezahl .. . l'lotow
Int. rniezzo Cnvallerla Hustl.aim
.Miserere (II Tiovatorel Verdi
Orand Selection Parisian ..Donizetti
Fantasia My Old Kentutkv Home
Kentie A.t Summer Dreams Squire
Chorus Tnnnhautcr Wagner
Oveitmc The Oith Ailber
Tho Star Spangled Hanner.
Editor C. It. liucUlnntl.
Campaign literature now sent out h
the Natlonnl Hepubllcan committee
has the slgnnture of Charlts 11. lluck
land, editor." Mr. Dockland will In
rtnienibered by man) people of Hono
lulu where he did his first nespnpr
work jears ago as editor of the llu'.le
tin nnd nfterwnrds the Advertiser
Mr. Iliieklnnd nctlng under the dliec
tlon of Perry M. Heath has full ihuigo
of the literature of the Republican na
tional committee. He Is now- locate I
Mutter of Words.
All the trouble about an applica
tion for n permit to build 11 warehouse
In Knwalhao cemetery was caused 1
the I'ngllsh ns she were wrote by a Ja
panese, Ilo applied for a permit to
"build a warehouse" In the "giaeyard
from the Punchbowl stitet In Knunl-
I11111 " As the authorities .11.1 not think
the tenants of the city of tho dead
iiteded a warehouse an Investigation
was made. The lesult was the ills
coer) that the lot of tho .lapaii'-se
was only next or near the snve)uid
It, howewr, had made n lot of trouble
rrnlerlclc W. Hnnkey, Attorney nt
Law, Cnmpbelt Uulldlng, corner Mer
chant nnd Port stieets.
I'lne Job Priming at
TUG EVENING UULLETINt HONOLULU,
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 b
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Imigard, Rosamond
and W. H Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumb'ng Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, 1 li to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mnulu of the Gov eminent Wnialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAG.NIFICbNT VIEW !
The tract slopes cently up to an
mniuls n land anJ se.t view from Koko
WATI5R can be piped from a
tion of 1,200 fiet.
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
Circuit Court TcrniH.
'I he August term of the I'lrst Cir
cuit Court will open 011 Monday morn
ing. Judge Hiinil hies will preside.
Attorne) (ieneral K P Dole and Depu
ty Attorne) (initial J W Cathnrt
will pi.iMiute the criminal cases.
There are US!! cases 011 tho lalindar.
A great mail) are Chinatown Hie Insur
an.e .lists, while must!) all the llugjn
nilustiel damage bulls come over from
last teim. .
AMENDMENT TO SANITARY REGU
LATION. Oflice of the Board of Health
Honolulu, It. T. August 3, 1900.
At a meeting of the Bo irJ of Health on
the 31st day of July, 1000; Section 1 of
me aannary Regulations 01 tne Hoard 01
Health for Honolulu District was revised
and amended so that said Section shall
reaJ as follows, viz:
"1. Where the space between buildings
Is less than fifteen feet the water from the
roofs of the buildings shall be conducted
In water tight leaders and made lo dis
charge Into suitable drains leading Into
street or alley gutters and If any building
It n cltn.ifp.1 that thp u.ilr frnm th
roofs of said building will run under the
building and not drain off the same rule
shall apply. This regulation shall not
apply to buildings where the amount of
water discharged from the roofs will not
be detrimental U the public health or
C. B. WOOD,
President Board of Health
H. t SATURDAY, AUGUST
Kins and BetheI sts-
elevation of over Soo feet. It torn-
Head to the Waitlte Wmntains
natural tlowint; stream from an eleva
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
DR. W. B. TAYLOR,
' Ha' removed to Beretanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
amJ eret a
w"J '" '7- """'" ' -
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1 Deutschep Gottesdlenst.
I I4a. tllf.AW It.nli..!. .. I .. n ... j.n. . .
i den sten August Vormlttags 11 Uhr In der
1 Y. M. C. A. Halle Deutsche!) Gottesdlenst
! DERGEME irsinR Vnn!TAN.Ti
Pacific M 10.
C. W. IMACFARLANI5, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., I
.... Masonic Temple .... I ' '
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 grandeui 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 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 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.
. . . and
"ALOHA COLLECTION I
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Corner Hotel and
..YOU WILL NEED
,FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all klnJs of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you t) do It
Tim near is ciibapkst
thr()ri our bl4 If llwayi i ow
beciuwthtfrt artn') btter tQQii mait than thota
, I Wlian yoj aia fiilnj up Hit old tlora or
planning a niw ona .onml ui ragarillng how to
id It In ttyla
: B)llMSl,tri an Dliplay Flilurai wa ara
rrtparal ti hfjra wIL-i vou on mv km. ni ini..iA.
1 flnlan jr llJrnl4ra In lhaway of otnea or alora nxturas
1 partition thi'vln,; at. In harl wood, ol all klnii
Plana ant J.Hint lor tha atklng ol
Lewers & Cooke,
Eenry wib & Co
NATIVE HATS, MATS,
the . . .
AND OURS Is the Noblest Roman o'
them all. We hae mastered the serge
suit situation bv sheer force of merit, and
there Is none now so stupid as to dispute
our leadership. Our 5i 5 suits are the I'm
suits In every other More. And every
other merchant knows that Is so. Why
shouldn't you know it, too, when the
know ledge Is w orth is to you? We guar
antee every suit-Guarantee them to hold
color, shape and smoothness. We repre
sent them to be absolutely flawless. If
they prove otherwise, come and get an
other suit. No other house dare make
uch 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. Como
and get your choice out of the largest
stok In town,
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
9G and 676.
9 and 1 1 Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
HAS REMOVED TO MAGOON
Merchant St., corner Alakea.
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