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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY AUGUST 17, 1900-
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tnbllhed Evry Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
II. I., by the
BULLETIN Pl'DLlStUMJ COMPANY.
W. 11. FAIUUNOTON Editor
DANIEL LOO AN City Editor
EntrpTnt the Post Offlie at llonn
lul'i us second lass mattir.
Per mon.j, anywhere In It. !....$ 75
er year. In II. 1 800
"r ym. postpaid, U. S , Canada
or Mexico 1000
"ar year, postpaid, oher fortlgn
fsvable Invariably in advance.
Post Office Ilox 718
At (ll'ST 17. 1900
The Amcrlianlsm of ltooevelt Is
none too good for the cltlzins of Ha-
With July In line with a record for
a hot month, August Is sun to be put
down as a record month for hot time'.
Polbl Judge Humphreys' ch imo which was first soiindid b the buglir
to the Grand Jur that an oath of be- of the 1' lades and nfterwards l tlif
ctec Is to be respeitid will subjn t trunipiter of the Abarmdn. Then fol
him to irltlilm Theie would l.t lowed a htnn lid b Commander Tup-
about as nituh ene In siuh irltlnsm
a has existed In that alieady offired.
Completion of the sewer construe-
tlon Is a matter o ilosel conneiti I tl formed In square with the Ciove.--wlth
general btilsms Inti rests of ho nor and oillilals In the lenlir. There
Territory that the question of furnish- Commandir Tupper addressed the Cov
ins funds for inr-vlng on the work ernor us follows
talent lie taken up 'ii the Chamber of "As ttnlor ripresentatlve here prei-
The prlmar) election Is one of ihc
first bulwarks for protei Unit the lnt"
rltv of legislative bodies With the
assuranie that propir nun strong In j
their suuport of popular rights nnd the
best business Interests of tin people. 1
will be placed In nomination, there Is'
no danger of serious difficulties arising
In the Legislature. ,
Two weeks to prepare for the -l-,
marks. This m-ans that the chnlrm-n
if Precinct Clubs should be up and do-,
Ing with a Mew to seiuilng proper ,
nominations to the Dlstilct convir.
tlons as well as large additions to the
enrollment lists. Shnrp nitle vor'i
all along the line Is demanded for lilt
ctte In the coming campaign.
5 M. Damon Is Indeed to be con
gratulated on this nnnlvirsnry of the
house of Bishop & Co. This bank has
been, as no other Institution of its
kind, nnrt and parcel of the steady nru-
rress of Hawaii. A tonservatlve factor I
In business life, It has time and again
stood bv to assist In the nriseruitlon
of the flnamlal Integrity of the conn-1
try. At the age of fort-two e.irs
Bishop & Co has a history that brings '
It to the prime of life with honors.
Duties of cltlzenshln cannot be
brought home too forclblj to the joung
H.ivvallans of the Territory, As n
youthful and aggrisslve factor it Is "X
pected of them that they lonstltuto a !Tht '" liB Is a description of the
progres.ive and thoughtful lommon i Btune '"1 the Insirlptlon theieou:
sense power. They find no barriers In The monument Is of gray grnnlte
their pathwa, In fact the community """l'lete, and weighs nbout IS tons,
looks to them to take n constant, c- 't ls enriched by the llrltlsh nn 1
live, honest Interest In the public at-1 American flags entwined In bronze,
fairs of the Teultory thereby demon- nUo " nl"' ancm at tl,e Bame n
Biratlng their Knowledge of the respon- I rlnl- The uase ,,f ,,le monument Is 11
iiiiiittiM. K eii n the nriiiiei'Mi ct fet b C feet C Inches bquare. It
Following the good TlepubHcail
principle the local party manage I
have taken the Initiative ln openlt.g
the campaign. In every part of the i
United States Republicans stand for
principles they are ready to place befoio
the people at all times, while their
opponents merely wait along at the
tall end seeking n possible source of
attack. This Is exemplified In the na
tional nnd State party conventions,
tv here Democrats and Populists stand
ready to proclaim against anything nnd
ever thing espoused by Republicans.
The Republican party I now and over
has been the party of progress.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
!nt th United from J inuarvitt.
to Julv lt. IfjOO.
G. H. MUW & CO.'S
EXTRA DRV ,Ucases.
Meet K Chandon 18.413 "
Pcmmsry cv Greno t2,2f) "
HledsUi & Co . Dry Mono-
pule 0,o:) "
Louis RoeJtrer 4.41b "
All other brands 27 Qia '
TOTAL H5.IK4 "
Cimpifti (romtheOtiicUi uttom Ifouw fcec&ri
McFARLANE & CO., LTD , Sole Agents.
Hi 1J MEMORYj
MEMORIAL RAISED FOR
URAVE NAVY FIGHTERS
Interesting Ceremony at Apia-Monument
to Memory of American
and British Who Fell
Apia, Aub 1. On Sunday, the 2'Jth
o( July, the liieiuorl.il stone, whUn
had Inch subscrlbul h the EnulUh
and Anurleati ihlpa ot win. to the olit-
! lira and men killed while engngid here
during the nient troubles, wns nt
Uilled by Ills Exnlleni the Imperial
(lovirnor. In the pnsence of n largo
eoniuurse of piople at Mullnuu
The iereiiion lomiiienied li th-j
landing at the Herman Finn's wharf of
the English and Amirlcan sailors. The
English, taking the lead with 11 fune't.1
partj and recrsid iirnis, marihed to
Mullnuu. On arrival at the site, whl -'l
had been granted by the (lirmiin tlov
eminent In eihaiigi for the original
one, vvhli h was unsuitable, the Ilev
V. HucKett of the London Mlsslonar"
Sot lit followed 0 the Imper!. I
(iownwr. Judge Kntpiilng. Commnml
er Tuppir, Commandant Tllley, I". .
Consul (iineial Osborn. II II M. Con-
'sul Iliinillton Hunter, Mr Ilanze mid
the 111ut1l1ll1.il otneers. took up n posl-
tlon Inside the ground,
Hev. V. Huckett then read the
Churih of England burial service, at
the conclusion of whlih the nrlng par-
ties from II. M. S. 1') twits and tlir
I'nlted States ship Ab.iniuhi fire I
three voile s over the graves of their
comrades to the tall of the "last pos, '
pir, In whlih all present Joined In sin
lug "Thy Will be Done." after wnic
the ollhlals left the inclosure nn
.ime out In front where the bluejacl:
elit of the llrlttsh anil I'nlted States
Navies, I thank ou for the Mndnt-a
and courtesj jou have shown to us I
In trriintinir such an exu llent site lor
the memorial whlih has been ireuJ
to the meinnrj of our comrndes who
fell In the discharge of their duty, and
1 fiel sure that the relations mi I
Minds of th edeuasid wish mo to
-lriss their gratitude to you, for our
Mini wish, vohmtnrlb ixprissed, to
tiikc inre of the memorial they Iinvo
subscribed to their dear on.s. and for
t,1 altimce whlih ou and your
louiitrj-nun here presint. hne so
8 nerously rendered to us In erectile
the same. I now Invite our I.Millen
ly to be kind enough to unell the
memorial for us."
Ills Kteellimy the Governor In reply
"In performing the honorable task of
unveiling this memorial I am de
sirous of expressing my heartfelt sjm
pathy for the dend. I feel gratified In
having betn nble to assist Commandos
Tupper nnd Tllley In choslug a suitable
nla for tllc njimorlal
and I shall
,um H nn obligation to watch over
an'l Preserve from Injury the last rest-
ln ,,lue of thoe ho ,,le1 ln "' "U
ihnrge of their duty. I now unveil the
The monument being unveiled, the
bluejackets on the word of command,
saluted the Govtrnor, aftir which the
i IHfnl8 retired.
The residents then came forward and
placed wnaths on the monument.
stands enclosed by an Iron railing and
coiling, which covers 50 feet by 23 fict
square. In all, the weight Is nbout 20
tons, and was brought down to Apl.i
ln H. M. S. Pj lades and was elected
by the men of this Bhlp under the di
rection of Captain Tupper. Messn.
Ross nnd Bowman of Wnverley, huvo
dono the work In ndmlrnblo style to
the order of the combined American
and British navies. The cost, Irres
pective of fixing and carriage, Is nbout
P S.Lanidale Anpel Hor Fr,emn
Llegttnant, U. S. N. Lieut RN H M S.
J R Morachan, JchnLonfr.
Entlrn U.S.N Leading Seaman.
N. E. Ediall, AltettM. I'rout
CI S . U S N I eain Seaman
Jimet Uuiler A H J Thornt'ery,
C e V c. N. A Ii.
Jbhn E MudL' Men au Roeerf,
Vl. U S N OS
Ihomat Holluay, Eimoni Halkran
Pl.U.S M C. O.S otH.M S
ol the U. F. S ' Royallat
' Philadelphia "
KILLED IN ACTION
On the back is Insc-lted:
the offuers and men of the U. S FliRshlp
"Philadelphia," and H. B. M. Ships'
"TauranK-i," "Royalist," "Porpoise" and
The Mariposa brought the following
cargo for Honolulu: fi is horse medj
tine, 435 cs brandy; 100 is wine. 100
is whiskey, 200 is gin, 93 cs liquet t,
12 bbls and 1 ilk mdse, 5 cs saddlery,
3C3 is groieriis, 2 cs granite, -lis ap
paratus and 2 is drupei y.
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, lrmgard, Rosamond
and W. H Dimond, which art?
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, 1 Yi to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE'
Beautifully situated m.uika of the Go eminent Wai.1l.1e Ko.td.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGN'IFICriNT VIEW !
The tract slopes jiently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
mand's a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Wai.il.ie Mountains.
WATER .an be piped from a natural tlovving stream from an eleva
tton of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
The Personal Selection and Purchase of Mr. Schuman
from the factories in the East
Comprising the vlky Latest, Most Stuish, and Elegant Stock
of uncus in Honolulu.
The.se goods have JUST ARRIVED ex "Australia" and
sailing vessels. The stock embraces:
Surreys, Phaetons, Runabouts, Low Wheel
Wagons, Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dash Lamps Sun Shades,
Lap Robes, Hack, Surrey and Buggy
Carpets, Sheep Skin Mats,
(different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Rubber Triinnvngs )
Light and Heavy Harness
Now Being Displayed at
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE & HARNESS REPOSITORY
Menhant, bet Fort and Alakea Sts.
at the "
Pacific Cycle Co.
AjicdJMIniHtcrs Relict Fund.
Several of the denominations In Ung
land are urging the funding of n lar
ger Bum for relief of aged ministers
out of tho twentieth century offerings
they lire all now Intent upon lolleitlng.
Looking over the pievloiu tables une
finds that the minister In nielpt of
relief lives on an average of about tin
and pne-hnlf ears while so depenl-
em. une-niiu ui 111s iiiiuisieiiai mo
Is theiefare spent
nB a pension) r.-
now opened up
Kine and Bethel st$-
Hawaiian Government 6
forvUl,chlne hIghwt miirket prce w,
pe paj. Inquire of
BISHOP & CO.,
1 S. s ft 2 5' 5
- f? I jC ii. "7"
SSS s 8 Eg lrfS"
)0 P B J . H ?
- 5 g 2 If tfl
S i 5 H
? ? 51 3
-- a o
eV H 5
QfO I B ill!'
US' u" .
Jno. Pottie & Sons
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
: Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANE, of
Good Air. Good View. Cood Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Aaxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affordi
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 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.
t-l e-S ll aB i
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
' Fop sale . . .
. . . anJ
) of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Comer Hjttl and
..YOU WILL NEED
..FOR YOUR OFFICE
AnJ all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book -
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THB UliST IS CHEAPEST
thenfort our rid It atwayfl (ha lowttt
tacauM tfatra art no tetter co&4t mad uiao tbt
I Writn you art f i!ne up tha old itjrt or
planning a ntw ont coniu'l ut regarding ww tt
do It In ttylt.
Bttldil Slgnt and Dltplay FlaMrt, w, art
Eittartd to fieurt
wlth)OU in any kind nl IntirUr
In Hit way U olfict orator, (,.
ttc , in raid itoodi 01 a'l k'ndt
flnlth or turnlturt
Pltni nJ diklgni ki iht uklng ol
Lowers & Conite,
NATIVE HATS, MATS,
the . . .
MASONIC TEMPLB. f
Olaa Sugar Co.
BY ORDER OF TUE DIRECTORS
Notice Is hereby Riven thjthe 12th As
sessment heretofore advertised as of 10 per
cent due and payable on the 2nd of August
has been reduced toaH per cent or 50 cents
per share, due and payable from the loth
day of August, 1900, and delinquent Octo
ber 10th, tooopenalty of 1 per cent per
month from Sept. 10th, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1600 I5t
The 4th ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent,
or $2.00 per share, due June 20th, iqoo,
with Interest from July 20th, 1900, will be
delinquent on the 1st day of October, 1900,
according to resolution adopted' by the
stockholders at a special meeting held In
the rooms of the Chimberof Commerce
on the jist day of July, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1600 15
The first Anntnl Meetlnc of the tn.-k-
holder of the HONOLULU STOCK
YAHDS CCl I TD will h. h.H it t
.,,,.u n ",7h' " ,P h"J 3t 2
i o clock p. in., at the onice of the company,
liirtnir tm tnniV
i trVwui't VPvMr.i ice c. ,.--..
tw.. rt i.ntinvujk,, JtwiCVUI y.
Hue Job I'rJutlng at