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BttDSDAV At'OVST 7, lHOrt.
It now uppcnrH that the confiT-iice
of )t lucKliitM with tliu Itiilt'prnili'lit
lender. a nut mithurlzed. It woiiM
haU' been, however, had tlio lnileinn
iltntH made a lens staunch reply.
When Independent-Democrats of the
Mainland have only winds of trltlcUm
and rondeninntton to oITer for lluun
llanAnierlinnM what hope of recogni
tion has n local htaiidi of this order of
Municipal Independcnco Is a mark of
American pi ogress that has ilocn nljovo
the plane of party politics to the posi
tion of a uiihersnl demand. American
territories are not orKunlzcd with a
view to deflating popular demands nor
refusing citizens the privilege of lo
cal Independent rule.
CloMim Wnlkllk beach resorts on a.
count of strlit enforcement of the Sun
day liquor law might lirltiK matters to
a fociib If Honolulu had the advun
tcsis of it municipal ro eminent. Un
der the present circumstances tlio
Btrlct enforcement of the law can only
ecuret n blockade to be ralt-ed only
when the Legislature meets.
American prosperity ineaus Hawv
lltiii prosperity as never beforo in the
history of the Hawaiian people. Demo
crats nre pledged to force upon the.
people the use of u dollar that will
buy only one-half as much as 1I13
money now In use. Republicans stand
for continued prosperity and a. work
Ingman's dollar that shall be ns valu
able as the millionaire's.
But there might bo plenty of It
("monarchy") with n moden one-man-power
Mnyor nuswerablo to
no one but his political boss. Ad
vertiser. True Indeed, and this Is Just tlio
form of charter the people of Hono
lulu should guard against. An admin
istration by ollliers all of whom derive
their authority direct from the voters
Is what the people of this Territory
look forward to.
Judge Humphreys Is promptly plac
ing the Hawaiian bench upon the forte
fill American basis that protects tlio
right of every luw abiding citizen, but
offers no shielding barrier for the
evil doer. That the action of the Judge
should be termed radical In 'some
quarters gives proof of how fnr short
of the American Ideal, the country l.ns
heretofore fallen. If Judge Humph
reys gives n personality to his court It
is the personality of strong American
ism which extension of American laws
With a Grand Army camp that has
made Itself famous for Its staunch pa
triotism throughout the United States,
certainly the Sons of Veterans ought
not to to slow In organizing a camp
that shall assist In the good work of
keeping ever before tlio people the
noble character of the men who fought
to preserve the Union. Tlio time Is
fast approaching when tlio young men,
the sons nlone, will havo to take up
the task of the men who fought In the
ranks. Shall the young men of HonO'
lulu eligible to this order allow It to
be said they are Indifferent to the
cause and principles tlio Orand Army
K the local Independents believe
they can dictate to the American par
ties, as Is Intimated In a published In
terview, they nro' counting without
their host. The principles of American
parties are established by years of ix
perleme In tlio administration of pub
lic affairs, These, principles are dic
tated by the voice of millions of
Americans against which Hawaii has
only to offer 11 few thousand. Republi
cans demand rule by tlio people ulid
legislation that shall ndvante the In
terests of every citizen. For the last
fifty years thu Democrats have stood
in opposition to ltepiihllcan principles.
Populists, Socialists and all represen
tntlves of Independent uctlon havo
merely been lost in the shuffle.
iNOtil'tiShiVT' Afifit.N I'All.H
A th lHr)iHi hm lwr twaht'iiir
M Ik lUffMNtti mwt nf tM' 1m
iltmV Mri (MaMj-t ik Mltwil.H
hntxiHIt Ith Ibr ihl IH Ha- l"i'
thfli Mfrtint rll toe t rurliUM He
Idrh nW wwrtM Tt' lHs nf
hi.iiin rmtltl hruiHrtii i Nirtii bt
ihl mrWul rtntt) nwWf It si . if-nun-til
. n it4 nf ! TtMlm
IMt enWlMl l&n1 't"ViaHni-i)t
llirtrtu hflV tin f int. or ..-t III lh"
twill lrtffcili l-r or MtiittMl iHl
l.lkf feiml' ' IVtihftt'W 111 the llill.-l
Hlftlr f'Mttr'f". llMV)Ml4fHi)U itll rW
Into (hit I urMntMit iiil thrtofc nrimn I
like n trill In lb" rkUm flmp. wlkliiK n
Strut Ami but Ai?t)Mlltihll mil Mm.
til '... I (Wltirf relllnlett's ertrwr l i
t lht Hint sliltitliR example if tlie -liter
fntlll: if ImleprliilMil Rillon In
Ainerlrnn pollllrs. He lias his siiii In
Die Senato 1m limkes speeelies teem
ing wild condemnation of every pnrtv
Mini etery pulille persu tilmt lilmself
he promises great things, but when nil
Is said mid done what has he accom
plished? I'or himself an occasional
tin up notoriety, for Ills constituents,
for the people .nothing, absolutely
tiolhlng. He has no liatlonnl organiza
tion In hind him and can draw no Pow
er to his assistance either lu the S-'ii-
I nte or In his dealings with Hie national
The same condition obtains 111 III
wall today as Is found In the fulled
states Congress. Independents hae
no fone or power with the ndinlnlslin-
tlon. They run raise objections, tlicy
I may lie able to delay the progiess iif
J the Territory, but they can nccompllsn
i nothing to benefit the voters. Senator
Kepolknl hit the nnll on the head when
In his remarks urging voters to Join
the Hepubllcnn party ho said, "Von
then have tlio head of the Oovernmert
I to dictate to nnil you must oe heard."
' Mr. Kepolkal spoke from the know
ledge gained by conversation with lle
publlcan leaders and the 1'resldcnt of
I tlio United Slntes. New to American
i politics, ho found as every Hawaiian-
I American will come to know that the
Hepubllcan party stnnds for broad
principles that recognize tlio rights nf
every citizen to n voice In the adminis
tration of pulille affairs, and the Pres
ident himself gnlns his authority from
the majority that placed the Hepubll
enn party In control and will keep It
Iheie for another four years.
Citizens of Hawaii nre not, cannot be
so Indifferent to their duty as Ameri
cans as to waste their effort jnd
votes In enrryliiR out an Independent
movement that Is merely an expres
sion of their Indifference to their righn
and duty ns Americans.
Doctor (to patient who whhes to '.ie
tiealed for an Impediment In his
speech) Do you always stutter?
Patient O o only when I I
Delinqent - Stock
M&UNALEI SUGAR GO, LTD.
On TUESDAY, Aug. 14. 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv salesroom, corner of Merchant and
Alakta streets, Honolulu, I will sell at
I'udiic Auction, by order of the treasurer,
Mr. Emmett Mav. the followlne certlfi-
tes of stock In the .Maunalel Sugar Co.,
Ltd., unless tlie pourtli and t-lltli Assess
ments; due January i, ooo, and May I,
iooo dellnauent February 2. 1000. and
June 30, tooo, with Interest thereon and
ajvertlslng expenses, Is paid on or before
tie day and hour of sale.
Cert. Shares Crrt. Shares Celt, Shares
18 70 200 10 354
,24 10 20J 6 355
25 10 204 4 355
27 50 205 5 358
30 15 2:9 10 384
32 20 210 10 38;
33 20 216 40 388
38 50 214 10 381)
30 5 227 15 396
47 50 229 20 397
49 10 239 5 44
jo 5 241 5 407
51 5 242 5 40S
52 5 243 5 415
54 10 244 5 424
55 10 247 20 428
57 5 252 200 431
77 5 257 15 432
75 100 266 10 433
76 50 268 25 434
77 20 269 25 440
78 20 270 25 44I
79 10 271 25 442
81 25 272 25 443
82 10 276 10 444
.88 50 277 to 447
99 10 292 15 448
101 50 291 20 450
105 5 290 10 45t
107 200 297 10 45"
H3 15 315 5 457
120 10 310 15 460
128 20 322' 15 4C1
132 5 325 10 462
136 50 326 . 20 4G3
140 10 027 2 464
147 5 328 2$ ' 465
152 10 329 25 46G
153 100 330 25 467
157 20 331 25
158 10 332 24
159 10 333 25
ifo 10 334 25
iCl 10 337 5
102 10 340 2,
163 5 341 3
169 50 342 I
17C 20 343 I
177 25 347 50
181 5 349 ' 10
189 5 350 ' 5
192 4i 351 5
193 47 352 5
I9 10 353 5
EMMET MAY, Treason
WILL E. FISHFR,
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Goods for the homehold, for
New line of Staple Aillr.lcs have been brought here by
the Australia. Geo. Curtis, Alden Dcssc, ImiBard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which arc 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 Kinff ancl Bdhel sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully .situated mauka of tlie Government Walalae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICKNT 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 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"
Supples, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c-
Russia Gets News
From Peking Force
London, July 27. Tlio Dally Mnll
publishes the folluwlng fiuin Its cor
"St. Petersburg, July 26. Tlio first
direct news fiom Peking arrived today
In tlie farm nf two letters from the II
rector of the Husso-Chlnese. Bank to
tlio Minister of Finance. The first In
dated Juno 15 and reads:
"'The situation here has r ached n
crlsU. On Juno 13 the German em
bassy had n man belonging to the nntl
ChrUtlau mob arretted In Legation
stieet. This caused a great commotion
among the Chinese, who burned the
American church to tlio ground. Hear
ing of this Europeans barricaded Lega
tion sheet, The Chinese then tried to
set fire to the European quairer, but
here they were repulsed, so they turned
their attention to European houses In
the Chinese quarter and sacked and
burned every one nf them. It Is. Im
possible, to send any guards of the
legation (o protect the houses from
the mob, because the guards are too
few to do any good. We nre living In
a stnto of war.'
"The second letter, dated Juno 19,
says: 'Wo are still without any news
International and tlusslan tioqps are
being besieged. Wo have token every
posslblo piecnutlon to Insuio our safe
ty, ns we aro threatened with n suj
den attack by the Chinese.' "
A young man led a blushing damsel
Into the presence of Hov. Dr. Carpen
ter. "Wo want to bo mnrrled." he said.
"Are you tho Ilev. Mr. Carpnter?"
"Yes," replied the genial minister.
"Yes, sir; Carpenter nnd Joiner,"
, , '
the plumber, for contractors.
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
at the ie-
Pacific Cycle Co.
Has removed to Beietania street, opposite
Hawaiian Httel, from comer of Richard
and Reretanla streets.
i595-im Tel. 517. Hours: 9 to 5.
T a ilor
HAS REMOVED TO MAGOON
Merchant St., corner Alakea.
. . u ft"!
Jno. Pottie & Sons
HOWSK. CM'TU:, SHED AND DOG UBMIIDIliS
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. MACFARLANIJ, o!
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1
.... (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 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 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,
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.
Wernioke - Book Cases
ASD SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will litlpyou todo It
THE BEST IS CHEAPEST
tturcfora our bid Is alwiys ttt. lowt.i
tfKJUtt Cwr. r no Nttr goodi nuJa tbaa thot
Whn you are Alio? up tha old itora or
planning a ntw ona consult us regarding how to
Billies Signs and Display Fixtures we are
prepare! o figure wllltyou on any kind of Interior
0nl.h if furniture In theway of office or store fixu.es
partttlin sneWIng, etc., In herd woods of all kinds.
Plans and designs for the asldnr of
Lewers & Cuoice,
'. .v.Ul..te.- I;aii. .. .aJE-tfi. -. .
Henry Waterhouse & Co
prices, terms, etc., apply i
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
the . . .
AUUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.
There will be a Special Meeting of the
stockholders of the Maunalel Sugar Co..
Ltd., at the Chamber of Commerce rooms
at 11 o'clock a m. TUESDAY, Aug 7th,
1900. for the purpose of amending By
Laws. C. B. GRAY,
. Sec. Ataunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, July 7, 1900.
to Mond-iy. August 11.
STOCKHOLDERS' SPECIAL MEET
ING. A special, meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar po., villi be held Sat
urday, August 18th, 1900, at 10 o'clock
a. m at the rooms of he Chamber of.
Cammr.rrr fnr th mtrnn nf m.niH
i;ao-im w. L. HOPPER. Secretary.
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
All stockholders In arrears for assess
ments 7, 8 and 9 will please take notice
that same must be paid at once or stock
will be advertised as delinquent and sold.
F. W. MCCHESNEY,
, , Treasurer.
July 24. iooo. i59-wa
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., is due and payable
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
411 Port street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu, June 1, 1000 1550
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kverr kind or (lraf!ief And dimrnlt brar.
lug: mm lie cnreil by our now Inrrntloni nnlr
tho IjtiTlnif been burn deaf re Incurable. Nu.
111 Hit rnr rente nt mirr Hend prtlcaltrs about
yuurcaM. Conulintloii and advice frr. Kverr
0110 eat, cure blmnelt at hW own home at vcrr
little ex peine,
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
6W Laaalle Atenue, CHICAGO. ILL., U.H.A.,
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