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EVBNINO BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AL'OUST ao, tpoo.
Published Kvery t)ny except Humta,
(it 310 Kin Hlrrrt Honolulu,
T. of II., 'y tho
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. . I Washington, AtiR.22.Thi Navy l)e
WAI.ICi:ft.KAimiN(ITOS..IMrr'l,"r"nnt hn rerilvc.l tho following
I)ANIi:i, I.01IAS City Editor i rnlUKrnm from Admiral Hemey;
-ss-:lr - - Chrfoo, August 21, T.lkM, Aug. 20.
Kntrrod nt tiie I'nst Omco nt llono- Dlckttn rommuiid l landing today,
lulu ns second class mutter. I'eklng 1G. All except Imperial rlty
l'er month, anywhere In U. 8. ,,$ .75
Ier year 8.00
l'er year, postpaid, U. 8., Canada
or Mexico 10.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office Ilox 718
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29, 1900.
Every delegate a Parker delegate
should' be the controlling sentiment of
precinct meetings and primaries .
GRANT HILO REQUEST.
illlo's requcut for the Republican
fT.a.ltnJnl nmt vnnl Inn ilnmnnolrolao
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that tho Queen City has not gone to
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alcep, and that the llepubllcans of the
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b g s and appreciate the value of a
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convention In assisting their local cam-
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luciv mm ci lu ui'i'vui uj ,uwi(
reason why the Territorial convention
second city In size of tho Territory, it
second city In slie of the Terlrtory, It
can accommodate the delegates prop
erly, and more Important still the re
ports In the papers of that place are
urging measures that shall put a little
more Republican enthusiasm and
forceful activity Into the hearts of tho
Honolulu has already had tho bene
fit of one Territorial convention this
year, and It would Indeed be a fulfill!-
ment of the "hog-lt-nll" policy should )
Hllo now be refused the second gath-,
i , .,.. m., p.....,.,n iim
crtng of the kind. Furfiiermore Hllo
has gone Honolulu one better by offer
ing a fund towards paying the neces
sary expenses of the delegates and tho
convention. On this occasion of two
conventions within a year, the court
eous thing for Honolulu to do Is to
heartily second the Hllo request, shar
ing with the progressive citizens of the
sister city whatever benefits, political
or commercial may be gained from Ter
ritorial political gatherings.
PILOTS WERE KEPT UUttY.
When tho Wnrrlmoo was telephoned
early this morning Captain Lorcnzcn
went to her with iJr. Amesse. She was
pretty well up when the Australia was
telephoned off Koko Head. Just ut this
time, a sailing vessel also put In an
appearance off port. The second pilot
boat started out when tho Australia
was In plain sight carrying Pilots San
ders and Macaulay an dDr. Jobe.
When a little outside tho mouth of
the channel tho pilot boat from the
Wurrlmoo was met coming In. Pilot
Macaulay and Dr. Jobo got aboard and
started toward the sailing vessel.
A little farther on, tho. second pilot
boat cast loose from the Union Ex
press Co.'s launch and made for the
Wnrrlmoo for Dr. Amesse. The steam
er did not slow up but a line was
thrown over. NMhlnB' Jaunted, the
pilot boys grasped it and held on in
spite of the fact that their hands were
being badly burned by the swift pass
ing through of the line. One oar was
lost and the pilot boat came very near
having a serious time.
Dr. Amesse had. not. finished his work
aboard the Warrimoo and it was not
until the' steamer got to the lighthouse
that he was able to embark In tho pilot
boat. Sail was then hoisted and tho
boat made for the Australia, meeting
her a little distance out from the en
trance to the channel.
Dear Mr. Tenney: Your letter, en
closing the temperature tables, havo
just reached me. I thank you for them
,and shall do my best to place them ad
vantageously fort the Islands. "It all
our citizens were as eager to do what
they can to advertise the Islands aa
you are, It would not be long before
our country would be well known
throughout the country.
I leave for Omaha tomorrow to assist
the Union Pacific in the publication of
a vast amount of new literature on the
Islands. Very truly yours,
n. W. BHINOLB.
Denver, Colo. Aug. IS, 1900.
Hawaiian Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Mac
donald, K, L. IMcbmond, E. K. Wood
and wife, R. J. Hancock, 11. H. Wagner,
Capt. It. Qreig, V. Halstead, wife and
family, W. A. Uaukholder, W. II. Mix
er and W, II. Itock, San Francisco;
J. It. Hlgley, Honolulu; II. O. Oarrett,
Taunton, Mass.; John I). Aloxander
and wife, I.lliuc. Kauai; J. II. Mallory,
Ilaltlmore; W, A. Hoblnson, Honolulu;
John A, Scott, Hllo; Hugh II. Itlce, I.01
Angeles; J, M. Rims, Kauai; II. It.
Martin, Oakland, Cal., Harold Iteeve,
The Quintet Cluli will furnish musla
for dinner and afterwards at the Ha
waiian hotel this evening,
Led the Wa)'
cleared of Chinese troops! American
troos first to enter Imperial city have
penetrated to the gHtes of the palace.
Captain Itellly, I'lfth Artillery, killed
on 15th Morning lflrti Sixth Cavalry
niul nliout 4b0 Kngllth and Japanese
dispersed about 1000 Iloxers eight miles
outside of Tien Tsln. About 100 Chi
nese kilted, five Americans wounded.
Chaffee's losses; killed one, thirty
wounded, two days' fighting.
The Navy Department understands
from the reference to the palace that
the American troops after penetrating
the Imperial city were, when the dis
patch was sent, attacking the forbidden
city. This Is the Inner enclosure of the
PLANTS BY MAIL
Washington, Aug. 21. I nresponse to
n letter of Inquiry from the Postmas
ter General, Secretary of Agriculture
Wilson approved the request of the
California State Hoard of Horticulture
that postmasters at Pacific Coast points
.-lot entry shall submit all mall matter
' from Hawa II and the Philippines con-
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talnlng fruit or plants to the hort cul-
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turnl officials of the Pacific Coast States
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for their Inspection before delivery to
tho addresses. The executive commit-
tee of the California Board had for
warded resolutions asserting that a
large number of pests are carried In the
horticultural products -sent from those
Secretary Wilson says In his reply
that the quarantine service which Cal
ifornia has been carrying on for some
years to protect the State from Injurl
oils Insects, especially from Asiatic and
Australasian ports, had done nil m li
able work and has saved the hortlcul
tural Industries on the Coast from
great loss. If tho Instructions to post'
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ays, the protection of the fruit" grow-
ing Interests of that part of the country
will be complete.
BROWN MARRIED AGAIN.
Toledo, Ohio, Aug. 19. It will be In
tcrcstlng to the friends of the Rev. Dr.
Charles O. Drown of Chicago to know
that, he Is In the city and has Mrs.
Drown with' him. The Mrs. Drown of
today, howeverr Is not' the Mrs. Drown
of former days, Dr. Drown having been
divorced and having remarried within
the past six months. The divorce and
subsequent marriage will not only be
news to the acquaintances of the
Drown family In Tolcdo-but in Chicago
as well.wherc they have become so well
known through the doctor's connection
ns pasta rof a Congregational church
after his experience with a large church
on the Pacific Coast. The divorce was
secured by Mrs. Drown at the usual
Chicago divorce clip and the mention of
the proceeding has never appeared In
n Chicago paper,
Health of the Army.
Washington, Aug. 22. The War De
partment has received the following
Tien Tsln, Aug. 19. Adjutant Gen
eral. With reference to your telegram
of lCth. hnrgpfl. materlalH anil troons
( promptly gi,ttred dt Taku add for-
warded to front Sixth Cavalry mount
ed. Qrant (transport) due in Manila
now. Hospitals excellent,, ample for
present army, welt supplied 'and In fine
condition. Everything satisfactory.
Oo to reklng tomorrow. Sick and
wounded doing well.
Japanese Church News.
A special meeting ot the, Japanese
church will be held after the regular
prayer meeting this evening to express
their sorrow over the loss of the moth
er the Rev. T. Okumura at Kochl, Ja
pan and K. Kuramoto, a member of the
church, who died In this city last
The Japanese Young Men's Club will
hold Its opening exercises tomorrow
evening at 7 o'clock in.Jhe parlors of
the Bow Wong Society, Kukul street,
near the bridge. J. K. Imanlshl ot the
Yokohama Specie Bank and K. Yama
guchl, member' of the National Parlia
ment ot Japan, will deliver addresses.
Lata 0ar Market.
New York Aug. 22. Sugar Raw,
steady; fair refining, 44c; refined,
steady; granulated, 6.10,
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
In july Mt. iqoo.
H. MUMM & CO.'S
Moet & Chandon 18,413 "
I'ommcry & Greno 12,28) "
Hltdilck St Co , Liry Mono-
Dole 6,000 "
Louis Roedcrcr 4,418 "
All other tpnds 27012 ".
-C.pil4 from u Ottklil Cuiim llwiu NKr4i
MAGPARL4MB A CO., LTD., Sole UeoU.
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 b
thej 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 TubeSerapus, 1 Yi to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Storesf. Frt' K,ns and BetheI sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated ftiauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site or
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 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.
The Personal Selection and Purchase of Mr. Schuman
from the factories in the East
Comprising the Very Latest, Most stylish, and Elegant Stock
of Vehicles in Honolulu.
These goods have JUST ARRIVED ex "Australia" and
sailing vessels. The stock embraces:
Surreys, Phaetoiis,xRunabout8( 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 fekln Mats,
(different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Rubber Trimmings i
Light and Heavy Harness
And Is ""
' Now Being Displayed at
SCHUMAH'S CARRIAGE fcHAPESS REPOSITORY
Merchant, bet Fort and Alakea Sts.
EQUAL TO ANY $50.00
VARIETY r OF I DESIGNS
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO..
Set ot 5 map, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On ule at office of . . .
t TUB . . .
Hotel or Sanitarium!
GRADE IN EVERY ESPECT
WHEEL IN THE MARKET
Nowhtre. else can you. find, so
riarge 'variety of.'.
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
ILTD., Alnlea"St nr. Merchant
Von WaIdcM.ee Vlalia Italy.
Home, Aug, 22. Kleld Marshal Count
von Waldersee, the German officer who
la going to the Far Kast In order to
toko command of, tlid allied forces In
uiiiiiu, wim tno tlireo nmcers accom-
punylng him, breakfasted with Itlng
Victor Icmanuel this morning, after
which liu Kleld Marshal went tu the
l'antheon am) deposited a wreath on
the tomb of King llumhert,
Tho Keld Marshal Ml Itomu at 2:30
p, 111, for Napli, where ho will em
bark for China,
Jno. - Pottie
CATTLE, SHEEP AND
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is "extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Via Maxima .
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima 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 grandeut 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 t
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, ot
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.
' . . . and
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Comer Hottl and
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, VoR' THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
The President of the United Stntes of
America, To the Marshal of the United
States of Amerl:a for the Territory of
Whereas, a Libel hth been filed in the
District Court o th United States for the
Territory of Hawaii, on the 27th dav of
August. A. D. 1900 By Frederick Blrkln,
Uwllant, vs. the American schooner "En
terprle" etc, and Captain Fr.tch. the
master: for the reasons and causes In the
said Libel mentioned, and paying the usual
process and monition of the said Court in
that behalf to be made, and that all per
sons Interested In the said vessel, her
tackle, etc., may be . cited in general and'
special 10 answer Tne premises, ana an
oeing naa tr.at tne said vessel,
er taek'e. etc.. mav for the cause In the
said Libel mentioned, be condemned anc
told to pay the demands of the Libelants.
You are therefore hereby commanded to
attach the said vessel, her tackle, etc., and
to retain the same In your custody until
the fuither order of the Court respecting
the same, and to give due notice to all
persons claiming the same, or knowing or
hav.ng anything to say why the same
should not tx condemned and sold pursu
ant to the prayer of the said Libel, that
they be and appeal before said Court, to
b held In and lor the Territory of Hawaii,
on the list day of August, A. D. 1000. at
two o'clock In the afternoon of the same
day, If that day shall be a day of jurlsJIc
t'on, othe-wlie on the next day cf Juris
diction thereafter, then and time to Inter
pose a claim for the same, and to make
their allegations on that behajf.
Ana wnat you snail nave done in the
premises, do you then and there make re
turn thereof, together with this wilt.
, Witness, the Hon, Monls M, Pstee,
IllIff rxl ll,1 i"..llr .1 tl.. fit.. - 11.
UUUV Ul aiaihi W'WMl at iiic Wily 111 IIUIIU'
1 lu'u, In the Territory of Hawaii, this 27111
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fffi" ' ' on "un a"J t'"y
uy ui nuguti. a, ui iyoo, ana 01 our in
a true copy.
WALTER H, MALINQ,
D, A, RAY, ,
CnlefUiputyU, S, Marshal,
DAVIS it GEAR
doctor for LlWIant,
- - &Sons
prices, terms, etc., apply a
(NATiVE HATS, MATS,
I l-ANb, CALABASHES
the , , "'
LCe Delivered Free
To nny part o! the city
HOFFMAN ft MARaHAM.
WorksJ Kewalo; V
ajTjL. I5 Blue. P.O. Box 600.
. WTIct will be delivered by courteous
driven to any part of prtmlaea desired.
Oceanic Gas and
Blectr.c Co., Ltd. -
We will be pleased to fur
nish estimates for complete Electric
Lighting Plants and for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Offloe: 46 Merchant St
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