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.AL'OL'HT 27. I0.
Tho Kcntlncn who volccil their
criticism through the columns of tho
llllo Tribune evidently forgot thnt III
lo lins committeemen from whom sug
gestions should Issue ns frequently as
The man whose courage of convic
tion deserts htm when contemplating
the Inlluences that might he brought
against him through expression of what
he believes to be right, does not appeal
to tho public att typifying strong Amer
ican manhood. Only moral cowards
ask nnother to light their battles for
At last Ilrynn has discovered an ag
gregation of malcontents whom ho can
not corral. The National party In con
vention assembled declares that It will
support neither Ilryan nor Mc Kin ley
for President. This Is tho first rift In
the lute of tho demagogical career. To
think that Ilryan can enlist all (ho ho
boes of the country but falls with the
Between the fakes of correspondents
and the equally unreliable edicts of the
Chinese government, the cmbrogllo of
the Orient is fast becoming decidedly
uninteresting. The real Item of vnlue
that cheers tho heart of the American
people Is the tcrso report of tho Ameri
can commander detailing the steady
advance toward Peking. Onco Conger
has been rescued, the Americans will
be ready to withdraw and allow China
and Europe to play lone hands In tho
game of political Intrigue.
Wnlluku, Aug. 25. A very Important
case was heard before District Magis
trate Robertson of Walluku two days
this week. It was tho case of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii vs. Puaa Kokoki
charged with gross cheat. Deputy
Shprllt Hayseldcn represented the
prosecution and the defendant was ably
defendtd by Attorney HlclmnUon.
Mr. ltlchardson has just returned
from Honolulu during the week nnd
was present when District Magistrate
Wilcox of tho Honolulu pollco court
ruled that he had no jurisdiction to
hear tho Gill libel suit as he con
sidered It, an "Infamous crime." Mr.
Richardson raised tho same objection
to Mr. Robertson's Jurisdiction, claim
ing that gross cheat would como under
the head of Infamous crimes, and there
fore tho district maglstrato could not
sit as a committing magistrate. Judge
Robertson overruled tho objection, or
rather "reversed tho decision of Judge
Wilcox," claiming that Tie had the pow
ers of n committing magistrate, Mr.
Robertson at the same time delivered
an ex parte opinion doubting the au
thority of Judge Humphreys of the
First Circuit Court to call the Grand
Jury. The case was- later non suited
""by the defendant.
Editor Evening Bulletln:We notice
In ttTd Advertiser this morning that
the E. O. Hall team wishes to play
with any oher baseball team In the
city. The Hall team Is made up for
tho most part of men taken from other
teams. Two were taken from our team
Saturday afternoon. Hardly any ama
teur team would be willing to play
them under such circumstances. As
noon as they organize a team of play
ers not taken from other teams, we will
be ready to play them.
Honolulu, Aug. 27, 1900.
Lunu fop Centtus Men.
Walluku, Aug. 25. Tho census enu
merators of the District of Wnlluku are
to have a quiet luau among themselves
and their friends nnd families, at Iao
valley tomorrow afternoon. The work
of the Walluku census takers has been
praised by tho headquarters, not only
for neatness and dispatch, but also for
correctness. Mr, Kauhlmahu will like
ly be called upon to descrlbo in detail
his famous run for dear life, when the
Japaneso of Sprcckelsvlllp chasen him
and his Interpreter with stones and
WAIIIfll tAMUPI AMIkS
IIAVIi RlliVANCIi AllAlNSf
, WAILl'KU PLANTATION
Wiltr Klghli Cauu Tiouble I'alches
Dry tip and Natives Have to
Lawyft' to l gh .
Wnlluku, Aug, JS. The tarn planters
of Wnli'hti illatilit, nilislstlng of na
tlis, I'ortiifiiOe n ml Chinese are
looking around for a fearless Attorney
to fight In their behalf In nil the courts
of the Territory of Hum nil. Their
grievance Is they claim that the Wal
luku plantation It Inking more thnn Its
isharc of the water, so that during sev
eral days of tho week the tnro patches
of the nnthes, etc., ire almost dried
up, and their taro crops have been
The arrangement heretofore has been
that tho plantation use nil tho water
from the Walcliu stream from 4 n. in.
to 4 p. in.' each day and the others use
the water during the night time. Hut
this arrangement has not been entirely
I satisfactory, for those whose patches
nrc near the source of the stream get
I the greater portion of tho water while
i those below towards the government
I toad do not get enough for drinking
i purposes even.
J Walchu was once a populous little
village, but on account of the trouble
In getting the water the natives have
been obliged to sell their lands to the
plantation who nre entitled to water
even lands which formerly were not
entitled to water right privileges.
Tho natives of Wlehti held n meeting
nt the village chapel last night to find
the concensus of opinion of the natives
as to the, utility of bringing a suit In
their Interest. Tho water right question
has been nn Important one among the
taro planters for many years past, and
has been ono of tho chief factors In
driving away the native Hnwnllnns
from their once flourishing little
patches to face the hardships of fierce
competition on the Honolulu water
Captains A. L. C. Atkinson of tho
IlcalanlB W. W. Harris of the Myrtles
nnd S. K. T.' Taylor of tho I.ealanls
huvo made tho following agreements
in regurd to the championship races at
1. The Judges shall bo C. J. Camp
bell, II, M. Whitney Jr., nnd A. G. M.
Robertson. Tho starter shall be A. W.
2. Tho senior rnco shall be rowed In
tho original Australian shells. The
Junior race shall bo rowed In any Aus
tralian shells now In use by the clubs.
3. Tim junior raco shall be rowed
first and tho senior race afterwards.
4. Tho positions on the course shall
be as follows:
For tho senior race: Healanl, middle
murso; Lellnnis, south course; Myrtles,
For the junior raco: Healanl, mid
illo cuurse; Myrtle, north course.
At present the Myrtle crews aro
lowing as follows: Seniors, stroke,
Albert Judd; three, Boper, two, Irish
man; bow, Angus. Juniors, stroke,
Allen Judd; three, Sam Johnson; two,
Arthur Giles: bow. Geo. Fuller.
Tho Hcnlauls are rowing ns followaA
I neniors, siroKC, rreii Damon; tnree,
Dan Renear; two, Paul Jarrett; bow,
John Waterhouse. Juniors, stroke, W.
Williams; three, C. Bolseo; two, P.
Gleason; bow, A. Walcott.
Hall Boys Win Ajjntn.
The Hall team again beat the Punn
hous at baseball Saturday afternoon.
The score was 13 to 2 and the play was
very lively throughout. The teams
were as follows:
Hall & Son Wlllkokl, c; H. Kaal,
p.; Ed Paris, lb.f Pat. alcuson, 2b.;
Antono Lewis, 2b.; Mann, 3b.j Klwa,
88.; J. Hansman, If.; Solomon Kokl,
cf.; Dalster, rf,
Punnhou L. Marcelllno, c; A. L.
Castle, p.; John Boper, lb.; W. II. Bab
Jiltt, 2b.; E. Perry, 3b.; C. II. Cooke,
ss.; C. Castle, If.; J. Marceallino, cf.;
II. Greenwell, rf.
Kclllnol Huh Resigned.
Walluku, Aug. 25. Mr. Kelllnol has
resigned as a member of the Board of
Registration for the Islands of Maul,
Molokal and Lanai. Tho Board will
meet In the Walluku court house next
Friday and Saturday for the purpose of
Germanla cement at auction tomor
row at the Ftshmarket wharf .
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Intn lhl)nltfJfrom January i t
In July it. loco.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRV OO.Mficases.
Moet & Chandon 18.41 3 "
Pommery & Greno 12,28) "
Hledslck & Co , fry Mono
pole , 6,000 "
Louis Hoederer 4.418 "
All other brands 27 012 "
Compil.4 from Hit Official Custom Moutt Record
MACFARLAME & CO., LTD., Sole Agenli.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
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, Aldcn Ucssc, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which arc now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumb'riR Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, x to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Walalae Road,
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
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 Walalae Mountains.
WATER can'be piped from a natural flowine stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
hor further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block,
The Personal Selection
from the factories in the
Comprising the Very Latest,
OP VEHICLES IN HONOLULU.
These goods have JUST ARRIVED ex "Australia" and
sailing vessels. Thestock 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 Trimmings )
Light and Heavy Harness
SCBUMAN'S CARRIAGE & HAP ESS REPOSITORY
, Merchant, bet Fort and Alakea Sts.
EQUAL TO ANY $50.00
VARIETY 1 OF DESIGNS
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO..
Walluku, Aug. 25,Ilobert Nawnhlne
will likely bo commissioned us post
matter of Walhce In place of W. O.
Ogg resigned. A strong petition from
the residents of Walhce was forwarded
last week to Mr. Flint asking for the
appointment of Mr, Nawablnu as postmaster.
- 1 -. -..,.,. , 1 , -,...,
Km& and Bethel sts-
and Purchase of Mr. Schuman
Most stylish, and Elegant Stock
uiiade in evkiiy espect
WHEEL IN THE MARKET
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
LTD.,Alakea St., nr. Merchant
The annual meeting for the election of
officer of the KAPIOLANI ESI ATE,
LTD., will be held on Friday, the 31st
insi,, at 11 a.m., at mew omce on Ka'
M. K. KEOHOKALOLE.
Honolulu, Aug. 23. i6i8wi
Fine Job Printing at tbe Bulletin
Jno. Pottie & Sons
HOKSK, CATTLE, SIIHliP AND DOCJ KliMUDIES
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. MACFARLANli, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
.... Ahsonic Temple .... (
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, ana in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to an points, as also scenic and marine views or --
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exquisite granaeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands ol
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 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.
For sale . .
. . . and
V "ALOHA COLLECTION
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Corner Hotii and
The Board of Registration for the Island
of Oahu will hold Its first session on
Saturday, September 1st, 1900, between
the hours of 6 a. m. and 12 noon, In Hono
lulu Hale, adjoining the Post Office, for
the purpose ot eximlnlng appllcints for
registration and determining their e.lglbll
Ity as voters.
Beginning with Monday, September 3,
and until further notice, the BoarJ will
hold dilly sessions from 7 to 10 a. m. and
6 to 9 p. m.
LORRIN ANDREWS, Chalr in.
D. L. NAONE,
M. A. GONSALVES.
Board of Registration, Island of Oahu.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
Ine appointments have been mxV far th.
Road Boards of Koolaupoko, and Walmea:
District of Koolaupoko FrmU P.ihla
chairman; E. P. Aikue, member! D. M.
District of Walmea J. K. Kanjniai.
chairman: Th. Brandt, member: Dr. B. F.
J. A. MCCANDLESS,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works' Office, Aug.r25,'i9oo.
Ex-8enntor Injjnlls Dying.
Topeka. Kansas, Aug. 14. A gneelal
Jfrom Lns Vegan, N. M., says: The
I health of ex-Senator Ingalls of Kansas
has been falling for the past few days
and ho now considers himself In n .w.
'ing condition. He has expressed a wish
to return to his home at Atchison and
his sons will orrlve here tomorrow to
accompany him. He Is a very sick man
but will probably survive forjteveral
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
the . , .
To any purt ol the city
Oahu Ice and
"HOFFMAN & MARKHAM,
Tel., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box 600.
j JSTlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
We will be pleased to fur
nish estimates for complete Electric
Lighting Plantsand for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Office: 46 Merohant St.
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