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THR UVBNINO BUl.l.RTlNi HONOLULU, II. L, IIIUKSlVAY, "AllOUSt o, 1900.
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HUliMfllN I'UIH.IHtU.NU BOMI'ANV
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WAU.AOKH rANIIINUTON. Mm
HAKIM. l.OOAS lily IWMw
Uncivil Hi thr I'ort (Hike At lletui-
In M rm4 eh MAttcf.
I'cf hionlli niiywlirro In t'. r). ..I TS
INr ywtr S.w
I'cr ynr. iolinlil, V. B, Canada
ir Mexico in 03
IVr )rnr. ,tpnld. foreign ,30o,
I'arahlc Invariably In ndvnuce.
l'ot onire Hon ....! "18
Tlll'ltSIlAY .... Al'Ot'ST 30. 190fl.
If the extension of American Inns
mnl-es Honolulu the principal Ameil -
can port for llrltlsh steamers from the
Colonics, there will be mighty little
effort from thin Territory to urge a re
vision of navigation Ihws.
"K.isy virtue" sizes up the Hepubll
catilsm of the Advertiser, when In or
der to prow n canurd published In Its
news columns It piomptl) ehniges the
chairman of the Territorial committee
with hating uttered n falsehood.
Honolulu's response to Labor D.tv
needs has been right liberal and the
people will be none the less hcait) In
their participation In the da s etcms
As fenluies of the first Labor Day for
mally celebrated In Hawaii, the etcnts
of next Monday will set a high stan
dard for all future Mare.
rinding himself out of a Job nt peace,
making U Hung Chang has started off
In rpiest of the impress Dowager, who
will likely again dltcst him of his ei
low Jacket and again pull out his pea
cock feather. LI Hung Chang's vu.l
ous roles with the Dowager's got lini
ment put the modern kaleldloscope to
The attitude of the Australian colo
nies towards the Oceanic Steamship
Company resolves Itself Into the propo
sition that the Amerlcn'u company has
put so much money Into the Australian
service that It Is not likely to withdraw
whether granted n subsidy or not. The
Oceanic has always given the best null
service of any IIihb running south,
nnd with Its modern steamers soon to
ue piaceu on me line, u win stiu ue so i
far ahead that the envious conipetltiis .
will have to get up some other scheme
to get business
George W. Smith, chairman of
the Itepubllcan Territorial com
mittee, stated this morning that
there Is absolutely no truth In the
statement of this morning's Ad
vertiser that the Territorial com
mittee had passed a resolution se
lecting llllo as the place for hold
ing the Territorial convention.
Ilulletln, Aug. 29.
Denials to the contrary notwith
standing the statement In jester
day's Advertiser about the Inten
tion of the itepubllcan Territorial
Committee to hold the Conven
tion In llllo Is true. The local
Committee organization, as a
purely factional body, prefers llllo,
believing that responsible business
men here, whose Influence the
Committee fears,, would rath or
give up the Idea of going to the
Convention than to lose a week
for tho privilege. Advertiser,
It Is not difficult for the people of
the Territory to decry the motives of
the paper that churges Cleorgo W.
Smith with being a liar.
WIHB GETTING .MIXED.
John II. ,WIse's latest contribution
to the political literature of the Terri
tory Is quite as Interesting and lii'ld
us his explanation of the Democratic
policy of 16 to 1. It is now Uryuu's
turn to say that he doesn't know thf
Democratic party and Its history and
doesn't believe John Wise himself can
The Democratic party which Mr.
Wise presents Is the party of Cleve
land who sought to prevent unneiftVj
tlon. Thhj Is amusing In view of the
refusal of Democrats in Congress to
support Cleveland's policy toward Hn
wall, and Cleveland's present refusal
to support the Democratic party uf
Drynn. The Democrats have for tile
last ten years been so eagerly engaged
In fighting among themselves that It
Is not surprising that a recent conveit
should get decidedly mixed In trying In
discover Just what tho party sUnds fot,
What civil rights the Democrats have
given Hawallans, It would be inter
esting for Mr. Wise to detail. Tho
civil rights, tho manhood rights of suf
frage to which he doubtless refers wera
the result of a law passed by tho Re
publican majority of Congress and
signed by a Itepubllcan President. The
Democratic party Is the only party of
the United States that has put Itself
on record as favoring the restriction of
the right to vote. This has been done
III Unflli OMwItM lie lilt' Ifmnrtctn
r Mi fwsttrwl mrf inr n wiMt ,
ith MHK xtXxMnl Ih 4lrt SoWi
1 l ! H m
mjwl0 Vtmt IM llnlmKWU
m in thrtr iran ttistm h i!i '
, tm JLvrull, ft! it hi Mir mMiI
rwrttlrl lit rhittts M lli It.wtHaM
lhnmih ,hfl ,MUhir f ,, ,,
I Mr Wkc will have , "kbIii.
what ir in. ik it
Illli) till iIoiiIiIIpm highly Rpt'imUie
Hip rlinrito of Hie Aihirllwr thnf Hot
rlnllnn of Hint town n n ..inrntl .n
It) will lw iiimli' "hellevInK Hint r
"1-onMble l.tulneM men lri f I lotiotu-
Itit would rnllur Kite up Hie lilrn of !
poliiK t Hie tonvtnlli.n tliiin to Iota n
week for tin? privilege."
Wlint about the "responsible" mm of
llllo. Hnwnll nml Mnul when Hip run
ivcntlnu for part)' nrnnnlintlon ,is
held In Honolulu last May? Wh.it
ulioiit thpKP same men If It li decided to
hold Hip coming contention In llono-
jlulu' I Hip Inference to lip drav.ii
Hint llllo hn no responsible men, or
i having them their business l less Iiii-
I pnrtnnt henco their vtllllngnesft to lose
t n week In Honolulu; or In It thnt Illlo's
delegates nrc staunch Republicans nnilt
can be depended upon to attend tne
contention whether or no, while lit)
1 nohl,u haB no such Itepnbllcans among
, responsible men?
Inferences may be drawn to suit sl
fish Indltldual Interests of the two lo
calltlis. Honolulu and llllo, but the'
fact Is apparent to all that the morning I
organ Is ctcr watchful to Impute l-l
publican party workers with false mo
tives. Hlto's just claims upon the Ter
ritorial convention nre apparent io'
ever) Itepubllcan hopeful for the bjc-
cess of the party throughout the li'
nnds With the guarantee fund which
the town premises It Is possible to char
ter a steamer, taking on Knual nuJ ,
Oaliu delegates here nnd picking up the
other delegates along the line. Thus
It would bo possible for the delegated to
return to their homes Immediately if
ter the adjournment of the conventlot ,'
innd the majority of the delegntes would
lose much less time from their private
nffnlrtt. tltnn thnv wnnlil If thn contiil
,inn nr hei.i in iinnnhiiii
There has jet to b shown any poll-1
ileal benefit that will be gained to the!
Itepubllcan party throughout the Ter
ritory by refusing Ullo's request.
Hawaiian Motel Concert.
Prof, llergcr has arranged the fol
lowing program for the concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening, begin
ning at 1:30 o'cluck:
I 1'art I.
Clarinet Solo I Martlrl .... Donizetti
i Mr. I. Symner.
I Cornet Duet Solo We Two ....Faust
Mr. W. Anahu and .Mr. It. Kapua.
liarltone Solo Heart's Ease..Clappe
Mr. M, Marcarlo.
Pour Wutlz Songs, with Chorus and
(n) When Hoses LIloomAgaln.
Miss J, Kclllan.
(b) Sweet Hunch of Daisies,
(d) I Love Somebody.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Saxophone Solo Long, Long
Mr. It. Pedro.
Ilassoon Solo Theme and Varia
Mr. I, Akana.
Oboe Solo Romance Millard
Mr. II. Kalwlr
Double Dass Solo Happy Thought
Mr. S. Lakaro.
The Star Spangled Iianner.
On Buschull Again.
Mr. Editor: Reference was made by
the Advertiser jestcrday to the .base
ball team of K. 0. Hall & Son. lUwas
there stated that Mr. K. II. Paris says
there Is nothing in the namo of the
team and that tills was adopted because
of flvo members being emplojes of
Hull & Sou. Now what we want to know
when accepting a challenge, Is whether
we ure to play tho original team of a
combination of Hall & Son and St.
Louis. Wo do not want to have two
or three players rushed in on us at
the last moment. We will play these
teams separately but we do not wish
to play a combination of the best men
picked from each.
, Maklki Team.
Honolulu, Aug. 30, 1900.
LeuHed Half Way House.
ItecauBe of a failure to make a sat
isfactory arrangement with Allen Her
bert, Fred Paul has left the place In
Kallht which ho Intended to convert
Into a villa for womyji. and chlulreu.
He has'secured the lease of a half-way
house on tho Pall road, together with
sixteen acres of adjoining land. His
Intention is to put up several cottages
where people may go for an outing.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAG N E
Int. tlil)nltdfrom Jininrv t t
tn inly ut. looo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OU.MOcases.
Meet Si Chandon 18,413 "
Hommery S: Greno 12,283 "
llledslck & Co , Dry Mono
pole Coco "
Louis Roedcrcr 4418 "
All other brands - 37013 "
Compltl from M OlficUl Cutton llouu KtcorJt
MACPARLUIE ft CO., LTD.,, Sol t Agents.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
Coods for the household, for
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here b
the Australia. Geo. Curtis, Alden Bessc, Irmgard, Rosamond
aild V. M
Dimond, which arc
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, iyi to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE
Beautifully situated mauka of
Ail Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
Tl,e trAct sIoPes 8enty UP to a"
ma"f " "and and sea yievy from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains,
.. WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tlon of i,2oo feet.
Foriurtlier 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,
OF VEHICLES IN HONOLULU.
These goods have JUST ARRIVED e'x "Australia" and
sailing vessels. The stock embraces:
isurrcys, Phaetons, Runabouts. Low Wheel
Wagons, Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dath
iup kuuc8, nacK, Surrey ana Buggy
Carpets, Sheep fekin Mats,
(different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(Wilh Rubber Trimnvngs i
Light and Heavy Harness
Now Being Displayed at
SGHUMAN'S CARRIAGE &
Merchant, bet Fort
r . man
EQl'AL TO ANY $50-00
VARIETY I OF DESIGNS
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO..
5 maps, $2.00
On sale at office of , . ,
THB . . .
, . BVF.MNG
the plumber, for contractor,
now opened up
KmK and Be,ne sts-
the Government Waialae Road
elevation of over 8oo feet. It corn-
and Purchase of Mr. Schuman
MOST STUISH, AND ELEGANT STOCK
Lamps Sun Shades,
HAP ESS REPOSITORY
and Alakea Sts.
a hade in every espect
WHEEL IN THE MAIIKET
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
ILTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
Lady Campaign Worked.!!
Wichita, Kanbaa, Aug. 12. Ux-Con-gressman
Jerry Simpson has made the
novel suggestion to the fusion State
Central Committee that women inter
ested In fusion success in tho coming
campaign shall give entertainments,
such us lawn parties, in various sec
tions, and while entertaining the nun
in soclul ways press upon them the ne-
cessity ror voting for fusion. "I do
not think," said Mr. Simpson, "that
women should take the stump ami
Jno. Pottie & Sons
HOUSE, CATTLE, SIHIHP AND 1)00 UUAUIDIES
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
;. Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1
.... Aasonic Temple ....
Good Air, Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
H H -H- H H'
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the. Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itseJf an artistic piece of engineering affordi
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Electric Railway. .
Contracts have been let for material, and the work
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands oi
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, oi
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.
"H 'H'"H""H H"
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
' Progress Block.
For sale . . .
. . . and
' "ALOHA COLLECTION
) of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
I HAWAIIAN BAZAAR,
Comer HoUl and
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
The President of the United States of
America, To the Marshal of the United
States of America for the Territory of
Whereas, a Libel hath been filed In the
D'strlct Court ot the United States for the
Territory of Havvjli,on the 27th dav of
August. A. D. 1900 Uy Frederick Blrkln.
Il-ellant, vs. ths American schooner "En
terprise" etc, and Captain Fr.tch. the
master; for the reasons and ca"ses In the
sild Libel mentioned, and paying the usual
process and monition of the said Caa 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 to answer he premises, and all
Kroceeding'. belnj; had that the said vessel,
er tack'e. etc., mav for the cause. In the
said Libel mentioned, be condemned anc
sold to pav the demands of the Libelants.
You are therefore hereby Commanded to
att JCh the said vessel, her tackle, etc., and
to retain the same In your custody until
the further order of the Court respecting
the same, and to give due notice to all
persons claiming the same, or knowing or
hav ne anvthlne to sav wliv thr m,
should not be condemned and sold rursu.
ant to the prayer of the said Libel, that
nicy dc ana appeal oeiore said Uourt, to
b: held In and for the Territory of Hawaii,
on the 11st dav of August. A. D. 1000. at
two o'clock in the afternoon of the same
day, If that day shall be a day of jurlsdlc
t'on. othe wise on the next day of juris
diction thereafter, then and there to Inter
pose a ciaim lor the same, and to make
their allegations on that behalf.
And what you shall have done In the
premises, do vou then and there mnke re
turn thereof, together with this wilt.
witness, tne Hon. Mortis M. Fstee,
Judge of said Court, at the City of Hono
lu'u. n the Terrltorv of Hnunll. thl ,tl.
day of August. A. D. loco, and of our In
dependence, the one hundred nnd twenty
Attest: a true copv.
(Sign) WALTER B.M AUNG,
Cnitf Deputy U. S. Marshal.
DAVIS ft GEAR, """.
Pioclor for Llbellant. ifapjt
NATIVE HATS, MATS,
the . , .
MASONIC TEMPLE.' ffl
XCe Delivered Free
To any port ol the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & MARKHAH.
Tei., ji 51 Blue. P. O.feox 600.
, , will b 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 Plants and for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Offloe: 46 Merohant St
' WAFERS f! dressing.