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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H.!., MONDAY, , AUGUST 13, 1900.
Evening Bull-tin, j
iNViri Erery Day except Sunday.)
T 23 King Strttt. Honolulu.
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JHJliKTlN VCBUSHINO COMl'AXY. I
7tC FAHRJNGTON Kilitor i
'JteVKX. IXJOAX City IMltori
i.Fr stia.j. anywhere l It. I... .J 75 1
,? ytr. to H. I S.00,
"t ;m . joaipatil, U. S., Canada
r Mwlro 10.00
"3w 7r, pcstrtild, ovtier foreign
tnja 5e ! r.ulnbly In cdrance.
ltt Mlce Box 718
TfiRNDAV AVOUST 18. 1000.
TOR VICE-PRESIDENT, '
.. Tip Wp?et Joke of the whole ll.ir
.Xfiueintlun wransle 13 tlic advomte of
li)l reslnie rislni; to otce the (
C'targ'f of fakir against one of Its con-
Scsmrrutv organs of North Cnro-
Jna tn truklfiK the flpht for a restricted
firaacfclEa ued the same argument
300: restated tn Hnwnli by opponents
at zmratclpal government anJ the Uc
Tlnnkt to Judfe Kv.ee it is new
Brought to the attention of the pioplfc
tftat difficulties In the pathway of !)-
cGtoic; an American citizen are not 1
cte&ttani of American law. The nii-j
Batat courts should not be slow to ar
opt th good advice Inferred Ly th
Cnitti States Judge. I
TIk Idea of comparing the liar a
rbdatlou dinner with the Grhlimii
Oub. Anyone who has any rcul kiuw
fedcs of the Wathlngton Gridiron Club
Ci well aware that the presence of
HSCJts Is requested with the full tin-iffrt-tandluj!
that a roast goes with the
teajt, and the more important the
gutii, tho greater assurance of the
rcurt. Dots the liar Association inUud
TLut ltt annual dinners shall follow the
Meal of the Washington Gridiron Cub
ec the District Bar Association? It Is
a rclcuty small hole the apologists for
Ensults try to crawl out of, and that
this manner of elt should bo attempt
ed adds strength to the charge that tin
Intentional Indignity was offered mem
bers of the bench under the dignified
orarronndlngs which custom has ever
sItto annual gatherings of the bar.
MAKING FRACTIONAL WAR.
So the advocates of the old regln.c,
mure particularly those who spe?!c
struugti the Advertiser, ai&
3rJi?ed to open war upon National
Ctiuuntttetman H. M. Sewnll. Mr.
Sen-all reedted his high position In tho
Republican party nt the lunula of the
jftople. an honor which factional lead
rs of tho old regime havo yet to he
care. No word of dissension or crill
liitm of the administration either' na
tional or I'jenl has come from Mr.
!e.-a!l or his friends. It has remained
&r the Advertiser to sound the only
eCUcordant note since the tcrrltoihl
taliUhracnt was set up nnd the Ite
jpntliain party, which Is of necessity
Ttko udmlnlstratlon party organized.
.Ittitmpc to belittle Mr. Sewall's fol
lowing falls flat In view of the fact that
Ms position is not appointive but elei
. The purpose of Mr Sevall, of
K friends, of every honest Republican
to uphold the administration
fcoth national and local. Every utter
ance from him, his every net has run,?
true to thut broad paity principle, that
nc2uewii personality and places patty
iwctr-u atovD nil other considerations.
if It la the purpose of our contempor
iic to cotitinue to wage n personal
vrarfare- and party destruction, if It
cannot secure control, the friends of
Air. Sew-all can take up the fight on
tttiat basis without fear ns to the out
come. This they have not yet done,
Clls they will not do until It becomes
uppurent that the policy of political
piracy ami party disloyalty Is to be n
etinitant factor In the campaign. Thus
Sax tho Advertiser has given evidence
rfcst It will not or cannot be loyal to
Sirty Interests either local or national.
Zt luti only to throw- down the gauntlet
s few niura times to insure the accept
wee of IU challenge.
;Vo better example of the alms nnd
jvJstlplts of the Demorciatlc party
u Ik) offered the Hawallan-Ame-rlcam)
mt thli Territory than the election just
AM In North Carolina, The result
Yua u aweeplni; Democratic lctory, it
4Kory culneel by Dsmocrntlo votei
MiC (r Him Democratic policy of re
btltU A frsr.diUe.
Viirth ruroliiiH has ever ttood with
HtM wlli(iti of Ktott Itnowii in thf
trfU StmUi," Mild iMtHilie lliute.
'itfctvM citti ulwuy be dpndil upon fur
a Utmocratlc majority at the polh,
whether the election Is for local dtK
vcis. ConKrtnrr.cn and Senators or ths
1'rcsldent of the United States. As
Maine, Mntsnrhusetis and other New
Unglnnd States can be depended upon
by the Republicans, f.o th? "Sollu
South" Is an assured itsset of the Dem
ocracy. The Inevitable result Is that the?"
Southern States have a porctful In
fluence In shaping Democratic pollc!n.
Thus for they have Lecn unable ti
forte their mle upon the nation, but
the charaett- of. that rule should the
Drmoeracy be successful In n natloi.nl
eanipaipn Is evidenced In what hab
lif.ti done In North Carolina. In th?
.'IMcs which they control the Demo
crat gain tiliiclal power by demandl'i;
tint tertuln American citizens be re
fused the tli;ht to vote, nnd bavins
oMnlned that power they see to It that
only the favored ran are allowed n
participation In the ndmlnlslrntlon cl
Certainly this Is not the party whlr'i
the majority of th (citizens of this
Territory will cast their lot, when in
opposition to It stands the party of
liberal Amerlian principles, the Re
publicans who demand the right of
fianchlse for every citizen nnd tlemant
that rlftht shall be respected.
I The fact that n local urpan t nllliiK It
self Republican should continue Us
advoency of restricted franchise, nnd
I In no opportunity to heap Insult upon
I the citizenship Of the Territory, more
particularly staunch supporters of tlu
Republican principle outlined by
President McKlnley nnd Republican
Congress inaKes positive the conclus'.o'i
that that organ nnd whoever It repie
scuts are at he-art true followers of
lirynn and the Democratic party. Th?
assertion by th corgan that it Is II'
publlcnn coupled with Its Insistent cri
ticism of tho Tresldent's attitude to
ward the ' pioulc of th""
Islands shows beyond possible
refutation, that the otitwnrd espousM
of Republicanism Is merely a moan- to
nn end. That end Is the misrepresen
tation of the Republican party, dirrd
crltiilsm of tin) President and the use
of every way nnd means known to the
political pirate to eccuie the deft.it of
Republican candidates nnd liberal Re
publican principles In the administra
tion of Hawaii.
J FROM ISLAND PRESS V
Voters untl Olftclnls.
The txerutlve has decided tin'
aliens naturalized under the ermg uf
the Hnwallnn bill may vote but can
not hold oillce for n year. It Is proo
able that some of them would prefer to
have the rtilliiE read the other way.
Get a Move On.
It Is the object of the United States
Government to perfect Its postal yi.
tcm In every port of the country tinder
Its control, whether the receltits the-e-fror.i
meet the expenditure or not. For
this reason It seems about time thut
Hllo should feel a little of the Govern
ment's beneficent power In this respeet
nnd rcceUe her mall with n little mores
dispatch than was In gue under Ka
inehaineha nnd President Dole. We
are Incited to these remarkB by the ex
tremely leisurely manner In which a
mall arriving In Honolulu on Wednes
day morning was transported to Hllo,
reaching here Saturday afternoon.
Thut most of the tlclay occurred In the
last thirty miles, and that it could,
with n little energy nnd activity on tho
part of the postal authorities have ben
nolded does not tend to lessen the
public's dissatisfaction. When the Wil
der Co. sends n boat gratis twvnty-flr
miles out of her course nnd return, ot
a distance of fifty miles altogether, t;
ensure the prompt de!!eiy ot the mall
nnd postmasters haven't entcrprlrc
enough to bring It the remaining twenty-five
miles, we have n state of affalr.i
in tho postal deportment to which the
American public Is not nccustomtd
and which the American Government
Is not llltely to tolerate for any con
siderable length of time.
Want n Church.
Wnlltiku has the leputRtlon of be
ing lather n hard little town, and the
mud wasps that reign undisturbed en
the walls mid ceilings of the descrtel
Foreign church nre evidence In the
case. But for all that, the Wulluk'i
peoplo are very much like other folks,
and when on last Sunday night, a
stray itinerant wandered Into Wnlliikii
and announced that there would be ser
vice at the church he was greeted with
a congregation which was eminently
respectable both In size nnd quality.
And If such n sermon as was preached
were guaranteed to the Walluktt people
every Sunday night one charm wo'ild
be added to the town which it now sad
More "Go" Wnnteil.
It teems that n constant source of
surprise to visitors to Wullukii for tho
first time, especially to those who live
In other portions of tho Islands, that
we have so delightful n climate nnd Hi
beautiful a site for n town, with fo lit
tie of life nnd "go" to us. It Is tmo thut
Wnllultii has been In h Mute of hiberna
tion for tome years, but that time Is at
nn end. ond tho towns people nrt now
liBlnnlne to wn!te up and muko n
beautiful little city of Wullukii.
i'liie Job l'rl'itlni: nt
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for (he 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 Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, i to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co,,
Stores! Fort Ki'ns and Bethel sts
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated maulct of the Government Wal.ilae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW 1
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 S, Model Block.
Ex "Rosamond," "Alden Besse,"
"V. H. Dimond" and "Helene"
Supples, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
fi v ;.
:i n ft
Pacific Cycle Co.
SOLE AG D NTS
DR. V. B.TAYLOR,
Has removed to Ueietanla street, opposite
Hawaiian 'Hctel, from corner of Richard
and Heretanl.t streets.
15',j-im Tel. 517. Iloun: i) to j.
'ARE YOU DEAF77
Vitnr kliul if tftfiif ih til flic uli Urmr
lit ihii l turril ljriur iw luTvutinn; itilr
II 1 m ttwrlDir I ru luriMiiR( r Inmrabl. ,tilv
11 1 ln 1 mi 1 i mti HI mirr iul part if ultra ttxiul
luuriat. 1 1 jjmlUtli'U fci.tl iTinri r, tivrr
it. mn mm b u,t It uv Ma vu tnitt i ur
1 DIR, DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC.
t M!IAmiiu., I UK Aim, J I.I,., U.H.A.
Between Fort and Alakea Streets,
WAN PS 15 cents a line one Insertion, 25
cents two Insertions, jocentu one week,
40 cents two weeks, and Co cents one
month. This Is the cheapest advertis
es ever offered to the people of Honolulu.
Jno. Pottie & Sons
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND DOG REAED1ES
Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
. . . . Aasonic Temple
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site f
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 0
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the wnrlr n
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 prenared 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 connection!
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.
li For sale . . .
A ... and
il "ALOHA COLLECTION I
) of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
l1 ' at
S HAWAIIAN BAZAAR,
Comer Hotel and
..YOU WILL NEED
,FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THE UCST IS CHEAPEST
Ibtiilcr. oui til It ilwivi thr li,.
iii 1hn in no ttlttr tool, o.ii, tlun ibo
, I Whtn you irt fuln up th iJJ .tor. or
rlinnlni iiii 0111 cuotuit ui rtctrllni; bow tj
II In lyl.
I -Utill.lSltn inJpUrlly Flilurn , tt
rrrtrt4 10 fliutt im j1111 t,n (ny lnr,4 ol Imtrlur
emtli or turnlurf In Hit way ( I cr ct cr '( r I iur,i
rrtlllc.ri klKlylnf , tic, In Uli lo4i tl ill li nil.
I'ltnt in4 4nt(m lit II. t.Urf 11
Lowers &. Owie,
Henry Waterhouse & Co.
(NATIVE HATS, .WATS,
the . . .
MASONIC TEMPLE. (
Olaa Sugar Co.
BY ORDER OF'THE DIRECTORS
Notice Is hereby given that the nth As
s;.sment heretofore advertised as of 10 per
cent due and payable on the snd of August
has been reduced to sji percent or 50 cents
per share, due and payable from the 10th
day of August, 1900, and delinquent Octo
ber 10th, igoo.'penalty of 1 per cent per
month from Sept. lotb, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa SugsY Co
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1G00 ist
The 4U1 ASSESSMENT of 10 nrnt.
or $2.00 per share, due June 20th, 1903,
with interest from July 20th, 1900, will be
delinquent on the istdavof October, moo.
according to resolution adopted by the
siocKiioiaers at a special meeting held In
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on the 31st day of July, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co,, LtJ.
Honolulu, August 1st, 1000. 1600 ij
McBryde Sujjur Co., Ltd.
Nttlce Is hereby Riven that the Eighth
Assessment of ten lio) percent (f :.co rer
slurp) Ifvlt.l nn th Axc.iih1. c...t. r
MCBRYDE SUGAR CO., LTD.. lidue
gUENrON AU(j. 15,1900,
SWckholderi will ple:ue make prompt
iupmeiit.it the oih tf Mre. Tlwo. H,
ISUneJ) niOS. RAIN WALKER,
Honolulu, July itlh, iwm. ''"'"fcjti