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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1900.
HkO, Atkinson and a. P. Judd, Jr.)
ATKINSON & JUDD,
ConnsollorB at Law.
Mm oyer Bishop ft Co.'i Bank, cor.
IHiliBiiii1! and Merchant Streets.
GEO. A. DAVIS '
GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
Worneyi and Couruellors at
Rooms 202, 203, 105. JuJJ Hulldlng.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.. Honolulu
UHARLES F. PETERSON
'4Lttornoy o-t Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
. , t
A.ttBrnoy and Counsellor at
Met: In the Occidental Hotel,
KiH of King and Alakea Streets,
0. Ackl. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and . Counselors
Mm No. 10 West King 8treet,
MOVED TO THE JUDD
LOOK. FORT STREET.
Snrgwcs, Physicians and Dentists.
Ha$ removed to Beretanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
and Beretanla streets.
i5o6-im Tel. 517. Houn: 0 to 5.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
f 9-1 1 A.M.)
J 2-4 P.M. f
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
Mir Alapal. :::::: r ::: :
lOrncs Hovis: S to 1 1 A. M.
1 to 1 p. m.
t to t v, M.
SUSDAll 0. P to 111. A.M.
TELEPHONE o)l. WHITE. I
Dr. W, J.
Sse and Residence: Beretanla and
0fle Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 4
(. .; T to 8 p. m.
R WALTER HOFFMANN.
JBUsTANIA STREET, (opposite the
ststkoas HO. P. 0. Box 601.
Mm hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to J
t sa.: T to I p. an. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. 1. If. SINCLAIR
trsst, between Emma and Fort.
an: to 10 a. m., 2 to p. so.
ftaly-m.: Sundays. 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
DBct: 222 Hotel Street
OSes Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
K, C WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
am Building, Fort Street
to 4. Telephone 4S4.
ERFECT rKt-urnuNB zuoo.
RIOTING i Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED T ders until 4 p. m
S0UPLY Saturdays. . . .
Owner ot Fort Street
LABOR DAY CONCESSIONS
Bids will be received by the undersign,
ed for the privilege of selling refreshments
light annus, cigars, priming prog-ams nu
other concessions at Kaplolanl Park on
Labor Day, September i, and ball at Drill
.h.fl nn in. evtmn? or aeDieinDtr i.
Bids will be received up to WeJnesday
fvfnlru'. Aueust 2nth. and the successful
bldder will be announced on the follow
The Committee requests separate ten'
ders for park and ball privileges.
For further Information see Committee,
The right to reject any and all bids re
served. Committee to be seen after 1
o'clock p. in.
numbers' Hall, Foil, near Beretanla St.
Tliciimual meeting for the election of
officers of (lit KAPIOI.ANI ESTATE,
LTD., will pehtU on f;rlJay. the m(
hut., at II . m, , at Hull office on Ka
m. r, r;wiiwrm.w.ii
Snu rtancdeo Aoenlt Tub Nkvai
National Rank or Ham FRAHomc.
Ham Frahcisco The Nevada Natlou
Bank of San Francisco
London The Union Bank of Londi,
Nrw York American Exchange
CnioAoo Merchant National BanX
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
HmtrjH Dresdner Rank.
Hosko.ici aho Yokohama ITonk.ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand ash Auktraua Bat
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vahcouvkr Bank
British North America.
Transact i Qeiertl Bubm ulEicluieBulit
DepoUti Received, Loam made on Ap
proved Becnrltr. Commercial and Traveler.
Credits Lined. Bills of Kxchtsgs bosgal
JOLLSCTIOM PaOMrTLT ACCOCRTSD fO (
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws of ta
Republic ot Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown Preslden
M. P. Robinson Vlce-Preslden
W. a. Cooper Caxhle
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Hark I
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W.
Cooper and H. H. Von Holt
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-Callfo-nla
Chicago The Merchants Loan an.
New York J. ft W. Sellgman ft Con
London The Anglo-Callfornl.
ParlB Socletle Generate.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft do
Hongkong and Yokonama Tk
Chartered Bank ot India, Australia
Australia Tha Union Bank ot An
Canada Bank ot Montreal.
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letteri
Credit Issued on all parts of thi
Savings Deposits will b.
received and Interest allowed by thi.
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Res
illations may be obtained on appllcatloi
Ufflce at bank building on Merchar,
BISHOP A CO.
Transact a General Bankta,
Commercial and Traveler
.ettersof Credit iBaued, avai
ble in all the principal citic
f the world.
Interest allowed after Jul
1, 1898, on fixed deposit !
day notice 2 per cent., 3
months 8 per cent., 6 montLs
3J per cent., 12 months 1
Pioneer Building an'
ASSETS, DEO. 31, 1891, 1112,177.1'
Mone7 loaned on approved securlt;
A Savings Bank for monthly deposlti
Houses built on the monthly lnstal1
Twentieth Serl ot Stock Is no
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice Precedent; O. B
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Becretarj
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. h
Hose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J. L. McLean, J, D. Holt.-C.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OEAR,
chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:801:80 p. sa.
Tb Yokohama Specie BidI
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,001
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00i
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,001
Tbs Bank buys and receives lor est
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Draft
and Letters of Credit, sna trssssst
a general banking business.
Oa FU.4 Dn.ill I" o.t. 11 Mat t. .
Oa FlM4polt for t bo.iH, ilt
Os FU. Doaoilt (or I ., I
8, IS. Hit! OSkl, .1 Yosoktas, h CorfMtS,
Mlt. M sir r
Os f-lsM' Dtpoili fw 11 isUii, K Mat .a
Iff RttltHt BllMUf, llfllllSUoiOlli
K. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ,,tar, Mandolin, Zltbs
Ukulele and Tiro Patch,
Orders to Ulsft ear of Wall, MieboJt
rvt ....jVimmmHuto (to,1, IMS
Mil QUEEN'S NOT
PRAISES HER ARMY
FOR ITS GOOD WORK
Distrust of Russia Still Influences
Japan-Can Land 50,000 Troops
If Necessary-Depend on
British and Americans.
London, Aug. 21, 3:65 n. m. Owing
probably to the Peking wire being cut,
little news of conditions In the Chinese
capital has come through this mum
Ing. What has reuched London Indi
cates that the allies are In need of re
inforcements. The commander of the
Italian crusler Fleramosea telegraphs
from Taku, according to the Rome cor
respondent of the Dally Mall, that very
tirgeiit requests were coming from Pe
king on Saturday for the Immediate
dispatch of further troops, and that In
answer to these 1U0 Italian marines
were sent off post baste.
The Japanese .Minister In London Is
said to have received n telegram last
evening announcing that subsequent to
the entry Into Peking n Japanese de
tachment went to the Imperial palace
to afford whateer protection was ne
cessary. The enemy was In strength,
mid fighting was still proceeding when
the message was sent to ToKlo. The
main body of the Japanese was then nt
the An-Tlng-Men gate. In the Tartar
City, with headquarters at the Japan
Reports of the presence of the Era
press Dowager as still contradictory,
but General Yung l.u, on the authority
of the Shanghai correspondent of the
Standard, Is announced to be n prison
er, by order of the Empress, In the 1m
1 his, perhaps, says the corres
pondent, "Is a good thing, ns detention
In the capital will enable him to nego
tiate with the allies' commander, which
he would do as Prince Tuan's enemy."
The Chinese Minister In Loudon, Sir
Chlh Chen l.o Feng Lull, on being ask
ed as to the whereabouts of the Em
press Dowager and Emperor, replied:
"They have gone westward to the old
cnplt.il, Siau-I'ii, and I think they are
quite safe there."
Serious trouble Is now threatened In
the neighborhood of Canton. The
Americans at Swatow, according to the
Dally Chronicle's Shanghai correspon
dent, have applied for a warship In con
sequence of serious rioting and the
Hongkong correspondent of the Dally
Mall says that a warship Is on the way
Queen Victoria has sent the following
message to the commandant of marines
"I thank God that you and those un
der your command have been rescued
from your perilous situation. With my
people, I have waited with the deep
est anxiety for good news of your safe
ty and the happy termination of your
heroic nnd prolonged defense. I grieve
for the losses and sufferings experienc
ed by the besieged." r
A Japanese warship linB left Yoko
hama for Shanghai, according to the
Dally Mall, to land troops and to pro
fpct Japanese subjects. The Dally
Mall also announces that Germany will
land a detachment at Shanghai. Fur
ther Yokohama advices to the same
paper declare that Germany nnd Rus
sia are objects of distrust to the Ja
panese press, which urges that Japan,
having borne the chief burden of the
operations, must see to it that the fu
ture of China Is not determined merely
by the pleasure of the western powers.
It Is felt," says the correspondent,
"that determined action on the part of
Great Britain, the United States and
Japan will avert any danger arising
from the ambition of continental Eu
The semi-official organs say that If
occasion arises Japan can send 00,000
troops on short notice, nnd thnt If the
powers are Inclined to play n, selfish
game, special measures will be neces
sary. Sir Feng Luh, Interviewed by the
Dally Chronicle, Is reported as hnvlng
said: "The present disturbances arc
only a temporary outbreak. Wo do not
despair of.iiuce. Everythlng'depends
iiiiuh me rummer, oi me nines, wno are
now In Peking. Subsequent questions
rest with them for solution. You may
bo quite ceraln that It. Is not the an
tagonlsm'to western Ideals which Is at
the root of the troubles, but rather the
difficulty of governing a great and an
Oakland a Terminus.
San Francisco, Aug. 18. The Chron
icle states that It Is the Intention of
the Pacific Mall SteamBhlp Company
and allied railroad lines to soon load
nnd unload freight to nnd from the
Orlen at Oakland, Instead ot In this
city ns at present. This will bo done
so that goods can be handled direct
from boat to car. It Is also stated that
the Southern Pacific company Is pre
paring to build a new depot for both
freight and passenger business In the
wholesule business district south of
Markets trMt, probably 011 Ilowunl
between lleule and Muln streets,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY,
Taku Laxative Ilrointi fjiilulne Tablets,
All druggists refund the money If )
fulls to cure, i:, V, Drove's signature
Is on each box, 21 cents.
, ' i' ' 1
Frederick W, lliinlity, Attorney sl
Luw, Cuinpbfll llulldlng, corner Mi.'
Uhiirjijnd Fort, streets. .
Instruction for Voters
ROOMS OF THE TERHITOMAL
CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE
REHJULICAN PARTY OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
To Republican voters of the Territory of
Hawaii, anJ all voters Intending to act
with the Republican pdrty:
The following Instructions are Issued by
the Executive Comlttee:
Precinct, With Number o! Votes
Precinct. Flrt District
1st Poholkl t-ourt House
llllo tourt Mouse
Papalkou School House
Honoinu School Hous
Laupahoehoe Court House
Kaohe School House
Honckaa Court Home :
Kukulhaele School House
Precinct. Second Discrlct
ist Kohala Court Hous
2nd Walmea Conn House
3rd Kallua Court House
4th Kona-waena Sch ol House
5th Hookena Court House
6th Walohlnu Court Huuse
7th Pahala School House
Precinct. Third District-
1st Kalaupapa Store House
2nd Pukoo Court House
3rd Lahilna Court House
4th Honokohau School House
5tn Walluku Court Home
6th Kahulul Court House
Honuaula Court House.,
Makawao Couit House
Hamakuapoko School House..
Klpahulu School House.,
Hana Court House
Keanae School House
uereuma street scnooi mouse 05
Bldg. entr. lower reservoir grd. Nuuanu av.i 15
Royal School - 40
Kapualwa Building 38
Chamber of Commerce Room 37
Walman.tlo School House o
Kanenhe Court House
Koolauloa Court House
Walalua Court House
Walanae Court House
R. R. Station, Ewa Plantation
Ewa Court House
Reform School '
Haw, Tram. Co.'s BlJg , Kallhl
Kauluwela School House
Kauluwela School House
School House t. Nllhau
Kekaha School House
Walmea Court House
Hanapepe School House
Koloa Court House
Lihue Court Houe
Kapaa Court House
Kllauea School House
VValoll Court House
The District Committees shall meet In
their respective districts on the 6th and
7th of September. 1900 and elect the fol
lowing officers: PresIJent, Vice-President
Secretari , Treasurer and such othr officers
and standing committees as they sha I be
entitled to. and also th'lr delegates to the
Territorial Convention in accordance with
Number of Delegates to the Territorial
First District 12
Second District 12
Th'rd District 18
Fourth District 18
Firth District 18
Sixth District 12
Pursuant to a Resolution passed at a
meeting of the Executive Committee for
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
Saturday, September 1st, 1000,
for the purpose of electing delegates to a
District Convention. The polls will be
open from 3 p. m. to 9 p. m.
THESE ARE THE
Rules and Regulations of the Re
publican Party In the Territory
of Hawaii, Governing Precinct
. Article ?r PRECINCT CLUBS.
ii. The unit of organization shall be
the precinct clubs.
2. There shall be a precinct organiza
tion. In every election precinct.
13. 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 officers
as the bylaws of said precinct may pro
vide. No Initiation fees or dues shall be
charged the members of any precinct club.
All officers shall serve for one year, or un'
til their successors are elected. Any du
ly enrolled member of the club may be ell
Bible to hold office.
J 5, The duties of these officers shall be
those usual to said officers at.d such as may
be provided for In the byl.isof each Pre
cinct Club. The three Judges of Election
shall be sole judges at all primaries.
6. No less than one-fiflli of the mem
bers enrolleJ shall constitute a quorum for
the traduction of business.
1 7. The President and Secretary of
eich prrdnct club thill act at s revising
board of the roll of (lit precinct Club, snd
from time to Unit shall meet snd revise
sild roll w that It Shan consist of only
The number of delegates from each Pre
clnct to the District Committee shad be
three times the numbtr whUh each pre
cinct was entltleJ to at the Primary Elec
tion helJ May, io. according to the fol
Precinct with number ol votes cast at
last election anJ number of delegates to
Cnut Last Election, nnd Number
May, looo. Sept., tooo
May, 1000. Sept., 1900
May, 1900. Sept., loco
Votes. May, 1900. Sept. 1900
t - 3
! - i
May, 1900. Sept. 1900
May, 1900. Sept., 1900
, 12 1
TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. ,
The Territorial Convention for theadop'
tion ot a platform, the nomination of a
telegate to Congress, a:.d the election of a
territorial central committee win be new
on Thursday and Friday, September ,20
ana 21, loco.
After said convention and on or before
the first day of October, 1900, the Istrlct
Committees shall meet for the purpose of
nominating Senators and Representatives
irom tneir respective districts. Yours
GEORGE W. SMITH,
Chairman Republican Territorial Cen'
E. R. HENDRY,
Secretary Republican Territorial Cen'
such members as still reside In said pre'
clnct, but no member on the old roll shall
be omitted If he still resides In said pre1
8. Each precinct shall at the primaries
elect, besides the officers aforesaid, dele
gates to the District Committee.
39. Each precinct shall be entitled 'to
elect one delegate to said district commit
tee f -reach 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 precinct Is entitled
to an additional delega'e, but each precinct
shall be entitled to at least one delegate to
said district committee, although the Re
publican vote as aforesaid In said precinct
shall be below 25.
5 10. Any person who Is a duly enrolled
member of a precinct club shall be eligible
as a delegate to the district committee.
The above Rule and' Regulations
ot 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 lm
portance of prompt and harmonious action
In relation to the above call.
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY,
Pursuant to a Resolution pas'ed at a
meeting of the Executive Committee of the
Territorial Central Committee of the Re
publican Party In the Territory of Hawaii,
a call Is Issued to tne 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 Convention.
These are the Rules and Regulations of
the Republican Party In the Territory of
Hawaii, governing District Committers:
Article II. DISTRICT COMMITTEE,
It, Each district committee Mull con
list of delegates from the precinct clubs In
j, Each district committee 1I11II meet
when notlft'd to do to by the Territorial
Committer, snd shall elect the following
offlctrsi President, Vice-President, Sec
IftUryTffaiurir, sud such othsr offictri
and standing committees as It msy b en
title J to.
I). Any duly enrolled Republican shall
be eligible as a delegate to the Territorial
Committee from the district In which h
(4. Each district committee shall bt
charged with the general care and super
vision of the affairs of the party within
Its dlsttlct, subject to these rules and regu
lations. It shall take such measures as It
c'eims necessary and expeJIent to secure
the organization and maintenance ol pre
cinct clubs In every precinct, and secure
the co-operation of all Republican voters
u Ith the party organization, and shall, un
der the control of the Territorial Commit
tee, have charge tf all campaigns In the
district. It shall decide all disputes from
the precinct organizations and contests
within said district as to primary elections.
1 5. District committees may hold reg
ular or special meetings as may be provid
ed In their bylaws, 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
wall, are also published In accordance
with a resolution passed at. the same
meeting referred to above.
The committee urge upon all tre officers
and members of tlw District Committee
the Importance of prompt and harmonious
action In relation to the above call.
GEORGE W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY Chairman.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
rtSCOirOBATSD USDSITHS UWSl
I op tni Hawaiian Ripusuc.
OFFICERS AMD DIRECTORS!
Chas. M. Cook, President.
P. 0. Johes, Vice-President
C, H, Coosut, Cashier,
F. C. Atiiebton, Assistant Cashier,
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tenney,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and wIU
carefully and promptly attend to aU
business connected With banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposit received,
and Interest allowed in accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pa-.
books, copies of which may be bad urvn
Real Estate and iDsnranct. .
LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOB ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. OF BOSTON.
Ctna Fire Insurance Compart
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stack and Bond Exchanjsj.
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURlTlfcS .. .
Particular attntloa shrra to aarckaM aal aakt al
H.ll.n Sur.r Stock.
1nu NacMlalol. laitarn ssl Forolfi
408 Callforala St.,
San FrancUoo, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
M.mb.f ot Hawaiian Stock Eackant ..
Melnemy Block, Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Broker.
UaW al Ik. Hoaolala Stock EicUat.
Offles Queen street, opposite Unless
r'ralaVtoa: so. P.O. Bos its
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Flnctro-dydranlle Power Transaussioa
REPORTS AND EBTIMATHS
FURNISHED. , . ,
With Cstton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offloe next to Pcoofflos, mj
806 Judd Block. Tela, tat.
Honolulu Iron Worka Co
.,.?L?!?.yfd V3 mlern BUOAU MA
CHINERY of every cspsclty sod de
scription made to order, Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for IrrisXtlosi
purposes a specialty, Particular attaev
nuu pain 10 JUU WORK, and
executed at shortest notice.