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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOUULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1900.
Oit. !iWi ,( ...-4.1,...
W O. Atkinson and A. F. Judd, Jr.)
A.TKINSON & JUDD,
Counsellors at Law.
Me over Bishop & Co.'s Bank, cor.
Makaminu and Morcnant Bireeis.
GEO. A. DAVIS
GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms 502, 203, 102, JuJJ Building.
Zor. Fort and Merchant SK. Honolulu
OilAHLES F. PETERSON
sULttorney t Law and
J. M. KANKAKUA,
A.ttornoy ami Councillor at
(Met: In the Occidental Hotel,
rr of King and Alakea Streets,
V. 10. Acal. Enoch Johnson.
Attornoys and Counselors
Me No. Id West King Street
A MOVED TO THE JUDD
ALOCK, FORT STREET.
Snrseons, Ftryslclans &nd Dentists.
DR. W.B. TAYLOR;
Has removed to Heretanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
and Btretanla streets.
5ofrim Tel. 517. Houn; 9 to ;.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-ocened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
.J 2- 4 P.M. f
T B P.M. J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
star Alapal. :::::: r ::: :
tornci Horns s to 11 m.
no 1 p w
Sundays -v jo to n 10 a m.
TELEPHONE ton. WHITE. tjjj
Dr. W, J. Galbraiihr
0J nd Residence: Beretanla and
OSes Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to t
(. .; 7 to 8 p. m.
IR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
TANIA STREET, (opposite the
iftUfkon 110. P. 0. Box 601.
CSe koura, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 1
.; 7 to I p. m. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
"WIT i SINCLAIR
ItrMt, between Emma and Fort.
an: I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
IMS, b.; 8undays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Dfice: 222 Hotel Street.
Offlce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Lev Building, Fort Street
Wimra: I to 4. Telephone 434.
ERFECT lULuriiunu 2uuo.
RINTING i Prepared to till or.
RODUCED T ders until A p. m
ROHPTLY Saturdays. . . .
TiS MERCANTILE PRINTING
Kirner ol Fort Street
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an
who use its o
HAWAII 8HIIY1PO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,"
tl) only dlly J,ilFt,i faptr putllkhaj
in tht iinlloiy ot ll-w-ll ' .
Y. SOn A. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
tfjr Editorial and Printing Ofhce, netr
KlngbrldgeKInK trcet. P O. Hox 907.
HOOM NO, 10, Hl'IIKCKIU-N HfOUh
runutlou Work n HixicUUt,
inn Vnnctico cenfi Tub Nkvai
National Bank or Ham Francisoi
Sajc Fium-isco TIib Nevada Nation
Bank nf Kali Francisco
London The Union Hank of Londc
Nkw York American Exchange !
UmcAoo Merchants National Bank
PAms Credit Lynnnals.
Hkblis Dresdner Rank,
IIoNKo.tn ami Yokohama Honk.ns
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand ai al-ktraua B
of Now Zealand.
VicroniA and Vaxcouvkr Bank
British North Anierk-M.
Transact i oeneral Rambii and Eickajtie Bum
Depottti Received, Loam nude on Av
'roved Security, Commercial and Traveler
JtedlU limed. Bllli or Eichsnse boost'
JOLLICTIOIU PnOMITLT ACCOUHTSD TO ,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws ot tk
Republic ot Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOHa.
Cecil Brown Presldeii
M. P. Robinson Vice-Presldeb
W. O. Cooper Cashli
E. M. Boyd Secretar
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark )
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. fc
Cooper and H. M. Von Holt
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-CaUto-
nla Bank, Limited.
Chicago The MerchanU Loaa an.
New York J. & w. Sellgman ft Cob
London The Anglo-Callfornli
Paris Societte Generale.
Hamburg M. H. Warburg ft Job
Hongkong and Yokonama Tk
Chartered Bank ot India, Australl
Australia The Union Bank of A
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Oerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letter,
Credit Issued on all parts of tin
Savings Deposits will b
received ami interest allowed by thl
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Re
ulatlons may be obtained on appllcatioi
Office at bank building on Merchat
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Bankir
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travoler
.otters of Credit issued, avai
ble in all the principal citu
" the world.
Interest allowed after Ju'
1, 1898, on fixed doposiU 7
day notice 2 per cent., '.
months 3 per cent., 6 niont) h
3J per cent., 12 month? 1
Pioneer BuHdlng an
ASSETS, DEO. 81. 1881, IU2.7T.
Money loaned on approved securit)
ASavlngiBank tor monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly instil.
Twentieth Serl ot Stock Is no
OFFICERS T.'F. Lansing, Pren
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice Preoident; O.
Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Dear, SecreUrj
DIRECTORS T. P. Lansing, B. ,
Rose, A. V. Dear, A. W. Ketch, Henri
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O.
Gray, W. L. HowArd.
A. V. GEAR,
chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Offlce Houn: 12:801:80 p.. mi.
Trje I'okjobQmB gpeciB Bun.
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,00
Paid Up Capital Yen 1S,000.00
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,00'
The Bank buys and receives tor e;
lection Bills ot Exchange, lsauea Draft
and Letters ot Credit, and trantaei
a general banking business
Oa Flit4 Dspetlt lor it ottbi. oh wat t, t
O Flu- Dapoitt lor 0 boiUk, "
Oo Fl4 Dtpoilt lor 1 boi,
BvtM HuJ Oaci.at Yokcbi-M Ctttiilfe
alt, 1 - pit day
Oo flit4 Dtpoilt lot h Bootbi, K iti not p,i
K5W R.N.11C BQllllDK. lll'lllt 81, tall
K. II. KAAJ,
Teacher of ' .iiar, Mandolin, Zllht
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Order to I lfl rare nf Wall, Nleli'itt
O ' ,V"M.trwiu MuaIo CV IDA.
Hoar Nails Bryan
and His Fallacies
Boston Aug. 10. Senator Hoar has
made n vigorous reply to Ilrnn's
speech of ncceptnnce. He practically
accuses llrynn of hipocrlcy In the p.ir
he plnjccl In securing the ratification
of tli etrenty with Spain and his subse
quent campaign ngalnst Imperialism.
To a reporter, who called on him at
his home In Worcester last night, he
The nntl-lmperlallsm of Mr. Bryan
and that of his party Is but a mnsk; It
Is a mask to cover the things they
have had must nt heart from the be
ginning; It Is n mask to cover their
purpose to bring free trade: a in.uk
to rover thrlr purpose to establish the
free coinage of sliver; n mask to cover
their purpose to bring in free trade; R
mask to cover their nttaek upon the
Supreme Court nnd their purpose to
leorgnnlze it if they can get the oppor
tunity. A cry coii8ldcrublo number of
the Judges nf the Supreme Court of
the United Slates are old men. It Is
not nt nil Impossible that the majority
nf the Court may be changed during
the term of a single President.
"1 must have something better thnn
this declaration against imperialism
from the candidate who secured the
passage or th etrenty and baffled nil
efforts I was nble to mnkn ngilnsl It
befoie I nm ready to purchase his elec
tion nt the cost of having a govern
ment that will sympathize with the
disfranchisement of 10,000,000 Ameri
cans nt home, that will stand for dis
honoring the currency for the viola
tion of national fnlth, for the over
throw of the banking sstem and estab
lishment of nn Income tnx, for assailing
the Integrity of tho Supreme Coutt
for sympathizing evervvhro with
populism nnd socialism."
WORK ON HlLO WHARF
Hllo, Aug. 10. The extent of the re
pair ntiebs.iry lo the long wharf h.it c
uot it hem determined. The two div
ers, Morse and Iloiightulllng. aro at
woik cveiy day with n view to nbtci
tiilnlug what Is to lie done.
'"I he conditions have not been alto
gether favorable to the work," remark
ed .Mr. .Morse esteiday to a HeMM
representative. "The storms we luv
had have had n tendency to discolor the
w.iter and the heuvy swell nt tlm's
makes it dllllcult to stand uptight.
Sumo of the piles on the vvluif havo
rotted nwny but with ono exception,
perhaps, they can be repaired. That
exception Is where a pile wns placed so
close to th eslde of the big rock that It
Is almost Impossible to fit a cap over
it. The piles are covered with copper
nnd the mistake was made In not cov
ering the surface clear to the point of
"The rock obstructions can be re
moved by extensive use of giant pow
der, but lo do It properly will requite
several months. I have made a repo.'t
to Mr. Howell nnd advised that suitable
machinery for drilling be sent up eo
that the work may be finished. This
ruck Is n long one but the blusllm;
out we can get n good depth of water
over It. The cheapest and undoubtedly
the best plan would bo to let the rock
remain and build the wharf over it."
Messrs. Morse nnd Hottghtalllng do
their work from a boat on account of
the height of the whnrf from the wa
ter. Morso dons his diving suit and
enters the water nt 7:30 n. m. remain
ing n cotiplo nf hours, when he returns
to earth for n short smoke and a res:
remaining only n few minutes. Ho
goes down ngaln and comes up nt 1130
for luncheon nnd back1 again nt 1T)
li. m quitting work for the day at
4:fl0. Sir. Houghtnlllng stays nbove
and holds the signal line. The suit
worn by the diver weighs sever.il huh
tired pounds, the shoes being heavily
weighted with lend. .Morse says tho
water has been quite cold during Ilia
Fenrs tor Centum OtticlnlH,
Washington, Aug. 10. There Is con
siderable alarm at the Cens-is lliiie-.iu
over the fate of William O. Pine-Coffin
nnd Charles M. Robblns nnd vvlf
enumerators, on their way down tho
Yukon to St. Mnchlel. Robblns was
enumerator for the Territory in the
vicinity of the Yukon river and Its tri
butaries from the mouth nf the Koy
ukuk river to White Pass, while Pine
Collin's territory wns in the vicinity
of the Tnnana river nnd tributaries and
up to nnd including Bates rapids.
The two men MnlBlied their work and
started from Rampart City clown the
Yukon river for St, Michael on Juno
7th. It was expected they would turn
In their portfolios nt the latter point
on Juno 15th. Their only means of
tinnsportatlon wns a fragile boat. They
were UhcrwUo poorly equlpied for
such a perilous Journey ot this time of
the jenr, hut plucklly announced o
their friends they would nrrlve nt St.
Michael on or nbotit June IStli. Frovn
the time of their departure nothing has
been heiiid from them.
The Nntiiriillntlon Lint.
Judge I'stee yoaterduy tintttrullzed M,
A ill go, Robert l' I.anK'i mid J. P
lln also admitted to pi not lie In tli'i
l'edeiiil itiurlN II. P. Dole, W. A, Kin
iiey nml Hurry A, lllitilnw
I'riili-ilik W. Hnliliey, Attorney lit
Law, Cninplifll JliilMInu, eoniir Mtv
ihHiit nml Curt tin its.
Instruction for Voters
ROOMS OF THE TERRITORIAL
CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE
REPUBLICAN PARTY OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
To Republican voters of 'the Territory of
Hawaii, and all voters Intending to act
with the Republican party: i
The following Instructions are IssueJ by
the Executive Comlttce:
Precincts, With Number ot Voten
I'oliolkl Court House
Hllo Court House J
Papalkou School House
Honomu Schonl House
Laupahoehoe Court House
Kaolie School House
llonokna Court House
Kukulhaele School House
Kohala Court House
Walmea Court House
Kailua Court House
Kotmvaena Sell ol House
HooUena Court House
Walohlnu Court Htuse
Pahala School House
Kalaupipa Store House..
Pukoo Court House
Lahalna Court House 42
Honokolnu School House 12
Walluku Court House 46
Kahulu! Court House it
Hnnuaula Court House 4
Mikawao Coutt House 15
Hamakunpoku School House 107
Klpahulu School House 32
Hana Court House 50
Keanae School House 1
Fourth District Votes.
Government Nursery : 19
Beretanla Street School House 65
Bldg. entr. lower reservoir grd. Nuuanu av. 15
Roval bchool 40
Kipualvvn Building 38
Chamber of Commerce Room 37
Walmanalo School House 0
Fifth Dlstilct- Votes.
Kanenhe Court House 37
Koolauloa Court House 10
Walalua Couit House 13
Walanie Court House 10
R. R. Station, Ewa Plantation 23
Ewa Court House - 29
Reform School 38
Haw. Tram. Co.'s Bldg , Knlihl 24
Kauluwela School House 29
Kauluvvela School House 22
Sixth District Votes.
School House 1. Nllhau o
Kekahl School House -. 10
Walmea Court House 33
Hanapepe School House 1
Koloa Court House 25
l.lhue Court House 103
Kapaa Court House 19
Kllauea School House 4
Waloll Court House 12
The District Committees shall meet In
their respective districts on the 6th and
7th of September. 1900 and elect the fol
lowing officers: President, Vlce-Presldert
Secretar , Treasurer and such oth-r officers
and standing committees as they sha I be
entitled to. and also thtir delegates to the
Territorial Convention In accordance vv Ith
Number of Delegates to the Territorial
First District 12
Second District 12
Third District 18
Fourth District IS
Fifth District 18
Sixth District 12
Pursuant to a Resolution passed at a
meeting of the Executive Committee fqr
the Territorial Central Committee of 'the
Republican Party In the Territory of
Hawaii, a call Is now Issued for Primary
Elections to be held In the various pre
cinct, on 1
8'iturdny, September Int. 10OO,
for the purpose of electing delegates to a
District Convention. The polls will be
upen from 3 p. m. to 9 p. m.
THLSE ARh THE
Rules and Regulations of the Re
publican Party In the Territory
of Hawaii,1 Governing Precinct
Article 1. PRECINCT CLUBS.
Si. The unit of organization shall be
the precinct clubs.
2. Tljere shall be a precinct organiza
tion In every election precinct,
J3. Every person legally enrolled, In
the various precinct clubs, shall be a mem
ber of the precinct club when permanently
4. The officers of ea.h Precinct Club
shall be a President, Secretary, three
Judges of Election, and such other officrrs
as the by-laws of said precinct may pro
vide. No Initiation feet, or dues shall be
charged the members of any preclnct'club
All officers shall serve for one ear, or uiv
til their successors are elected. Any du
ly enrolled member of the club may be ell.
glble to hold office.
15. 1 he duties of these officrrs shall be
those usual to laid officers ;u,J such as may
be provided for 111 the bylaws of etch Pre
cinct Club. I he three Judges of Election
shall be sole judges at nil primaries.
16. No less than one-lilth of Hie mem
hw tnrollrJ shall constitute 11 quorum for
Hie transaction c.r business.
17. The President and Secretary of
eich precinct club ilull act a a reviling
jHurd of the roll of the IVfCliKt Club, and
from tlm, u 1 in.., th ,11 meet and revise
said Ml so Hut It shall cviiiltt o( only
The number of dtlegates from each Pre
cinct to the District Committee shall be
three times the number which each pre
cinct was entitled to at the Primary blec
tlon held May, tgso, according to the fol
Precinct with number of votes cast at
list election and number of delegates to
Cntct Lnnt Election, nnd Number
May, 1900. Sept., 1900
, - 3
May, 1900. Sept., 1900
May, 1900. Sept , 1900
May, 1900. Sept. 1900
May, 1900. Sept. 1900
.May, 1900. Sept., loco
The Territorial Convention for the adop
tion of a platform, the nomination of a
Jelegate to Congress, a:,d the election of a
Territorial Central Committee will be held
on Thursday and Friday, September 20
and 21, loco.
After said convention and on or before
the first day of October, 1900, the district
Committees shall meet for the purpose of
nominating Senators and Representatives
from their respective districts. Yours
Chairman Republican Territorial Cen
E. R. HENDRY,
Secretary Republican Territorial Cen
such members as still reside In said pre
cinct, but no member on the old r:ll shall
be omitted If he still resides In said pre
cinct. 8. Each precinct shall at the primaries
elect, besides the officers aforesuld, dele
gates to the District Committee.
. Each precinct shall be entitled to
elect one delegate to said district commit
tee f r each 25 votes cast In said precinct
for the Republican ticket at the preceding
election. Whenever after dividing said
Republican vote by 25 there Is a remainder
of 15 or more, then the pre Inct Is entitled
to an additional delega'e, but each precinct
shall be entitled to at least one delegate to
said d'strlct committee, although the Re
publican vote as aforesaid In said precinct
shall be below 25.
jio. Any person who Is a duly enrolled
member of a precinct club shall be eligible
as adelegate tqjhe district commltteev
The above Rules and Regulations
of the Republican Party In the
Territory of Hawaii, are also pub
lished In accordance- with a Resolution
passed at the same meeting referred to
The Committee urge upon all the offi
cers members of all Precinct Clubs the Im
portance of prompt and harmonious action
In relation to the above call.
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY,
rursuant to a Kesoiuuon pjj'ej at a
meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Territorial Central Committee of the Re
publican Party In the Tenltory of Hawaii,
a call Is Issued to the Delegates who shall
be elected at the Primary to meet on Sep
tember 6 or 7 for the purpose of electing
delegate to a Territorial Cur ventlon. j
riie-e are the Rules .ind Kef illations of 1
the Republican Party In the Territory of I
lltwall, Rovemlng District Commute'.:
Article II. DISIRICI COWttinEI:.
It hJili district committee -.hill con
list of delegates from the pre.lnct dubs In
tiM district. Improved and modern BUOAIl MA.
, (inch district committee llll meet CIIINI.HY nf tvery capacity and tie-
vvhennotlii-J to do so by Hie renltori.il " ''Vi'm.,1.",?,'!?, ttiu,',ll' . llollr wtJfk
Committee, and .hall elect the following ? , '' a a . ,'" ti ' PaXl.r' tt!,0"
o.l.m.i PrtsUei.t, VIcH'reiU.nt, S.j,K,YtW
retary, rj,uicr,anJ such othtr oilicenlutcuted at iliorim uotlct.
and standing committees as It may be en
3. Any duly enrolled Republican shall
be eligible as a delegate to the Territorial
Committee from the district In which he
4. Each district committee shall be
chargeJ vv Ith the general care anj suer
vision of the affairs of the party within
Its district, subject to these rules and regu
lations. It shall take such measures as It
detms necessary and expedient to secure
the organization and maintenance ol pre.
duct clubs In every precinct, and secure
I the co-operation of all Republican voters
with the party organization, and shallrun
der the control of the Territorial C-mmlt
tee, have charge if all campaigns 'in the
district. It shall decide all disputes from
the .precinct organizations and contests
within said district as to primary elections.
55. District committees may hold reg
ular or special meetings as may be provid
ed In their by-laws, and not less than one
third of the members shall constitute a
The above Rules and Regulations of the
Republican Party In the Territory of Ha
waii, are also published In accordance
with a resolution passed at the same
meeting referred to above.
Th'e committee urge ipon all U e officers
and members of tho District Committee
the Importance of prompt and harmonious
action In relation to the abo e call.
GEORGE AV. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY Chairman.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
f Iscoipoiatsd Urdu ths Laws!
top ths Hawaiian Rsrusuc.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS!
CnAS. M. Cooke, President.
P. C. Joxits, Vice-President
0. H. Cookr, Cashier.
F. C. Athertox, Assistant Cashier,
F. W. Macfariane,
E. D. Tenney,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received,
and Interest allowed In accordance with
rules and conditions printed in Pa'-a-books,
copies of which may be had uj ..n
Real Estate and Insurance,
LIFK and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
cCtna Fire Insurance Cohpant
HENRY ST. COAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Ptrtlcultr attintton (tvoa lo purest aoo salt el
Howallan Surar Stock,
Eaitora aol forolst Slocks
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Moar ol Hawaiian Stock Eictaof .
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broken
Maaoor ot tto Hooolala Slock Bacfeaaga.
Offlce Queen street, opposite TJnloa
' H Feed Company.
Toltpkota jot P.O. Boa iti
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
KJectro-riydraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Neil Co., queen street.
Offlce next to PocUBoe. laM
J A MES T. TAYLOB,
M. Ab. Soc. C. 1.
StUlJlldd lllcwik. Tele, AM,
Honolulu Iron Works Oo