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ATKINSON &JUDD, ,
Counsi'llors at Law.
l om lllihop k Co.'s Hnnk, cur
kisntnu and Mrtchnht Streets
GEO. A. DAVIS
0E0. D. GEAH
DAVIS & QEAR
Mtorncji and Counicllori at Lnw
Rooms 1M, lol. jo. JuJJ llul'diiic, I
of H it and Mtr.tMnt Sis.. Honolulu
UAR1.ES F. PETERSON
Lttornov -t Law unci
J. 1.1. KANKAKUA,
A.ttornoy iintl Couiihcllor at
Met: In the Occidental Hotel,
retr ot KIdk and Alakca Street,
W, B. Ackl, Knoch Johnson,
Attomoys ami Counsellors
Mie No. 10 West King Street
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
MAI MOVED TO TUG JUDD
BLOCK. FORT STREET.
SarRBoos, Physicians and Dentists.
DR. W.B. TAYLOR,
Has removeJ to Beretania street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
and Beretania streets.
I5o0-im Tel. 517- Hour;: 9 to i.
DR. C. A. "PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
A 2- 4 P.M.
1 7" t P.M. i
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
star Alapal. :::::: r ::: :
:0IF1CI HOIBS 8 to II A
I to I f M
t to 6 P. M,
SUNDAYS 0 to II o A. M.
TELEPHONE -on. WHITE. ijsj
Dr. W. J.
DFe nd Rcildeuce: Beretania and
OSes Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to t
$. .; 7 to 8 p. m.
?R WALTER HOFFMANN
TANIA STREET, (opposite the
VfUskos tlO. P. O. Box 601.
DBe kours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
fc sm.; T to I p. . Sundays. 8 to 11 a, m.
tTMt, between Emma and Fort,
in: I to 10 a. m 2 to 4 p. n.
IHI, .; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
OBce: 222 Hotel Street
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
IT Building, Fort Street
a-r: I to 4.
Cut and Growing Plants
' Sprays Bouquets
Weddings Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
PIKKE & CO.
Union St., above Hotel.
lERFECT TELCPnunu zooo,
FRIHTING 1 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED T ders until 4 p. m
BOHPTLY .Saturdays. .'. .
Tba MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f ii velry.
E. Gr. BLAJa".
404X PORT STREET.
WSJ M ll
.Sun rrantint Atnti Tun NrvaIi
Nation a I, IUmk nr Nax Fim -(
Hax KAirt TIi NrtmlA Nllo
lUtlknf ,WMI KrnllPlmii
liilm Tim t'nloii Hank of Lund.
Hy.vt York American Kichsnit
I'HlMiio" Mcrclmnl. National Until
Hnm.t lrelnrr lUtik,
lloixti.iii aii Yokohama Itnnkmp
NIiihikIikI Hanking Oirpiirsllon.
NlW Zi:UMI AMI fc1IUUA )U
of Now Zealand.
Victoria ami VAsrouvrn Hank
Itrlttt.lt North Atnerli-x.
Tfitsacti ou;nl Biili.n..Ei(iuieetMt
Dttolita Ktcelrti!. Loana nsde on Ap
proTtd Becntlty. Commercial snd TrtTeltn
Credit i limed. Hllli of Eicbacge boopt!
'OU.SCTIOM fROUMLT ACCOCKTID lo ,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws of U
ltepubllc ot Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Drown , .Presides
M. P. Robinson VIce-Presldn
W. O. Cooper Cashie
E. M. Doyd Secretar
Directors Cecil drown, Mark 1
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W,
Cooper and II. M. Von holt
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-Caltto
nla Rank, Limited.
Chicago The Merchants Loan an
New York J. ft W. Sellgman Con
London The Anglo-CalKornl
Paris Socletle Oenerale.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg Job
Hongkong and Tokonama Tk
Chartered Rank ot India, AustraU
Australia The Union Rank ot Am
Canada Dank ot Montreal.
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold l.etten
Credit Issued on all parts of thi
Savings Deposits will t
received anil Interest allowed by tbl
Bank at four and one-half per cenl
Printed copies of the Rules and Re
illations may be obtained on appllcatloi
Office at bank building on Mercbai
BISHOP Jc CO,
Transact a General Bank) ij
a td Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travel .
L itters of Credit issued, ava .
it le in all the principal cit r
o the world. ,
Interest allowed after Ji.lv
1,1898, on fixed dormsitr '7
day notice 2 per cent., .'5
iiiiniuis o per conr., o mom lis i
JJJ por cent, 12 nionthn -I
Pioneer Building an:
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1891, 112,77.-.
Money loaned on approved security
ASavInguBank for monthly deposit'
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Seri of Stock Is not
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prest
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President;. I
Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretar
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. b
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henrj
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. J
Gray, W. h. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
Tfje Yokohama Specie Ban-,
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,00
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00
Reserved Fund Yen S.000,00'
The Bank buys and receive! (or ee
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drail
and Letters of Credit, ana tranjAfi
a general banking business.
On FlitA Dtpoitt for it nootti, iiii msi ,
On Flitd D.pottt tor 6 nootbi, i '
On Fti-4 Dpolt tor i not,
Bv On Mitt OSU,. at YoKobaat, os CiiimI
potlt, i m M tt tiy
On fl4 Dtpoflt for it monthi, sJf sor cm! t
tw Remlillt Bjium. llfiui St. Hotel'
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of' .iter, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left ere of Wall, Nlcho.i
Co ' -VT-vrtiom Mnslo Co 'a 1SK.
.it-lit w wTtTi -if 1H .s-ttiii-. . .t f ntun
' IlKMOCRATIO I'AtlTY
(tntiiiHiif) trutti ir' 1
'f the t'lalle . shliiil lllttll ntir fttimth I
lml. i.iir iiimmrn ni "iir id
h.)H-h( epr mk rMtnilil Ik "'It
Tk KdtlWM ntV tltttlfW k It-
HiUMltK rfHiefl nHdi-r the tWHH vi
' lifi4oHm. HtHthH to ike Mil rM
tt4M til lliw t4ild.4. whei Hie timniry
I win Muni In til Ike KiHIIh W. to l"l
the Imi'iHel IKtlMlr be ilMilcil. 1.
' let rimrty Hitillnne, to itntte n line of
riHluni liimtes mid Mrnk liwlei's .ill
aliiiiit the Mamu ami HUihi line. lil h
' wiwiltl have railed for n slainllim atmy
In the north Hint iilintlicr In the iwintli.
nml ttimld hilte tiirneil twrk thu rlnet
if pnmrrn mill lulled the dt-nth km II
of litiimiii liberty everywhere. Hut 1..1,
lllnrly nint union ttliuiiilieil. The k
ertil eoillllr)' llllltiil. It eniilliienreil to
grow. Itnlluny wete pinhetl to th
unlet. Alaekn bernine nitre. Ottnin
Julniil the irneenfliili; the l'hUIii1ms,
Jtit nwU to the fact that one Amnrl-
1 ran nrntnlte In worth nUtien HpniiUh
bfiml. e the t:ir of liopn rltliiK anil
lonk for penre pro,irlty ntlil regen
eration under the benign Inlltienre -if
Amerlenn selimila, Amerlr.in roiiuuerie,
1 Atnerli-nii laws nml Amerlran Jiiftlee.
1 If this be the lmp(rliillMn lit the Demo
rrnts make the mint of It.
It c'omen wltli n poor grace from iih'
em so-eiilltd Democnits to oiipinie ex
pansion evin Ifiluml expansion
when Hint tins lit ell the trnilltlomil no
llry of the party from the days , of
.Ufferfon to the days of lliulianun.
In 1S10 President Polk titTereil tu pur
(hare Cuba from Hpnln for the sum of
llOO.duO.oOfl. though he hnd no iinthoi
Ity from Congress to make the propniil
nml he certainly could not have od
tallied the money without such nuthor
lt, h.ul Spain neiepted. Hut the offer
Again In 1SH. under the ndmlnlstn
tlon of President l'lene. our then Xlln
Istirs to Knglnml, rritnre nml Spain,
who were .Inmes Iliich.innii, James V
Miifon and Pierre Soule. met at Ottend
nml lusiied the fiiinoiis OstemI ninnlfoi
to. which wns In effect th.it If Spain
shotiiil rtfuse to tell Cuba to the t'nlt
td Stntes for $120,000,000, "we should
be Jtistlflii! by eery law, human nnl
dlilne. In wresting It from Spain If .e
poses the power."
Tilts came to nothing, but in the next
administration President Ilnchal.ii in
three of his nnnunl messages to Con
gress urged that Cuba ought to be M:ttlr
by purchase a pnrt of the t'nlted States.
A bill for the purclinse of Culm was In
troiluidl during Ilut'liannn's term by
Senntor Slldell, but failed of niloptlon.
In both the Democratic platforms of
1SG0 the Ilreekenrlilge nml the Dutii
las there were iilanks favoring tln an
nexation of Cuba.
But not only did Democratic Presi
dents furor the annexation of Cuba,
but an effort was nintle by President
Plerie to nnnex Hawaii, anil a treaty
of annexation 'vas made by our Minis
ter to the Hawaiian Islands, David L.
Gregg. The President did not np'irovo
of some of the articles of the treaty be
cause they prov'ded for the Immediate
incorporation of the Ulumls as an Inde
pendent State In the Union. He wlsho-1
to receive them ns a Territory, letving
the question of Statehood to future de
termination. The negotiations sui-.sc-quc-nib
failed, owing to the death of
the King of the Islands. Fot'y-four
years later President XleKlnliy sne-
cefcsfully established the policy Initiat
ed by President Pierce.
The southern people are now and nl-w-nys
lime been In favor of expansion.
It was through the Influence of the
South and ot kotithern staieime:i Hint
Louisiana, Florida, Texus, Cullforii'a
and Oregon were inquired. Imiiftiul-
Ism Is the traditional policy of the
South, If expansion means Imperialism.
No part of the t'nlon was more eager
to fiee Cuba from the inrli'.i opines
falou than the South. It wns the south
ern Democrats In Cougifss who united
with the Republicans of the Northwist
nml fur West to bring on ti.e war.
Certainly there wei. in more fciillurit
soldlcis In the win tha.i General
Wheeler, General Fluhugh I.ee and
others whose nmasu aro known
throughout the country. With such n
lecord In bringing on the war mid
fighting It to n successful Issue why
the South should oppose Piesldcnt Mc
Klnley for attempting to teeuio tho it
suits of the war Is more t'ltm can easi
ly be understood. On the Hsu? of Im
perialism the Jouth r'qiiiW with' Me
Klnley. Why should 't no, support
New Mnecli fop PrlnoncpH.
Slug Sing. N. Y., Aug. 13. The new
method of marching substituted for
the lock step among some of the con
victs ot Sing Sing prison was Intro
duced this afternoon. The prisoners
had been drilled In squads for n week
past nml when they set about march
ing from their shops to the messroom
and then to their cells they carried out
the Institutions of the keeepers with
the precision of regular army soldiers,
They were marched In single mid dou
ble flies and three nml four abreast,
with army distance between the lines,
This military march Is only allowed to
nun who me serving their first teims,
Tin other prlnsoners tire still inmched
In the lock step.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative llromu Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to Hire. E. W. (Irme's signature
Is on each box. 25. cents.
UOO.WS OI IIIK TI-HIMIOUIAI.
CIIMItALCUMMiniiliOP I lib
HUI'UHUCAN PAR IV OV TIIK
rERIHIORV OP HAWAII.
lo lffpMWIc.111 voter of the Orrl'orv of
llinwll. anJ all veter InlenJIng to at
The folliiwIiiE ImtriklloiK are lueJ hv
t lie lixfcullve Comltlee:
PrceluctN, With Niimlier t VoIch
Precinct. Ilrt DMrlct
lit Pell ilkl Court House
2nd llllo Court lloue
trJ PapalUnu School lloue
4tll llntioniu School Houe
jtli Lautvih'iehoe Cnurt House
otlt Kaolie btliool lloue
;tli HonekaaCourt Houe
8'h Kukulhaele School House
Precinct. Second Dlscrlct
1st Kohal.i Court House
2nd Walmea Cour House
3rd Kallua Court lloue "
4th Kon.rwaena Sell ol Houe
5th Hookena Co' rt House
6th Walohlnu Court H u
;tli Pahala School House
Precinct. Third District-
1st Kalaupapa Store House
PuVtoo Court Houe
Lahaln.i Court House
Honokohau School Home
Walluku Court lloue
Kahulul Court House
Hnnuaula Court House
Mikawao Cou't House
Hamakuapoko School House
Klpahulu School House
H.ina Court Houe
Keanae School House
Fourth District Votes.
Government Nursery 19
Berctinla Street School Houe O5
Bldg. entr. lower reservoir grJ. Nuuanu av. 15
Roval School - 40
Kapualwa BullJ'nK 38
Chamber of Commerie Room 37
Walmanalo School House 0
Fifth District- Votes.
Kaneihe Court House
Koolauloa Court House
Walalua Coutt House
Walana; Court Houe
R, R, Station, Ewa Plantation
Ewa Court House
Haw. Irani. Co.'s BUg , Kallhl
Kauluwela School House
Kauluwela School House
bcnooi House 1. iNiuiau
Kekahi School House
Walmea Court House
Hanapepe School House
Koloa Coutt House
Llhue Court Houe
Kapaa Court House
Kilauea School Hou
Walull Court House
The DUtrlct Committees shall meet In
their respective districts on the Oth and
7th of September. 1900. and elect the fol
lowing officsrs: PreslJent, Vlce-Presldei t
Secretar" , Treasure and such other officers
and standing committees as they sha I be
entitled to, and also th-ir delegates to the
Territorial Convention In accordance with
Number of Delegates to the Territorial!
First District 12
Second District 12
Th'rd District 181
Fourth District 18'
Fifth District 18I
alxth District ,. 12
Pusuant 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,.! call Is now Issued for Primary
Elections top be held In the various pre
Sutiirdiiy, September 1st. IOOO,
for the purpose of electing delegates tq a
DUtrlct Convention. The pulls 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 1. PRECINCT CLUBS.
!i. The unit cf organization shall be
the precinct clubs.
2. There shall be a precinct organlza
tlon In every election precinct.
3. Every person legally enrolled, in
(he various precinct clubs, shall be a mem
ber of the precinct club when permanently
J4. 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 succesors are elected. Any du
ly enrolled member ol the club may be eli
gible to hold office.
5. The duties of these officers shall be
those usual to said officers and such as may
be provided for In the bylaws of each Pre
cinct Club. The three Judges of Election
shall be sole juJgej at all primaries,
0. No less than one-fifth of the mem
bers enrolled shall constitute a quorum for
the transaction of business.
17. 'I he President and Secretary of
each precinct club shall act as a revising
hoard of the roll of 4he Precinct Club, and
from time to time shall meet and revise
said roll so that It shall consist of only
I lie nurnrt f Jiler.ilei frtun euli Pre
iliKt In Hit Dlttrlct Cemmltlee hnl he
Ilrre the tiiimlTr v I1UI1 .a.h rrt'1
u as entitled lo at Hie I'rltiwrv blec-1
It in helJ M.iv. tn9 nfcorjlnj to the fol
Precinct with number of vote cist at
lit eltttlnn and number of delfgttes to
CnMt l.nit election, nml Nuinlier
May, tixj. S;pt' 1959
May, HX30. Sept., 1900
Votes. May, 1900. Sept , t9M
- 15 1
May, 1900. Sept, 1900
May, 1900. Sept. 1930
Votes. AUy. 1900. Sept., 19:0
10 1 3
33 1 3
, t 3
2$ t 3
19 1 3
4 1 3
12 1 3
The Territorial Convention for theaJop.
tlon ot a platform, the nomination of a
lelez.ite to Concres. a',d the e ect on of a
Territorial Central Committee will be held
on Thursday and Fr.day, September 20
ana 21, 19:0.
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
from their 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
cinct, but no member on the old roll shall
be omitted if he still resides In said pre
58. Each precinct shall at the primaries
elect, besides the officers aforesaid, dele
gates to the District Committee.
59- Each precinct shall be entitled to
elect one delegate to said district commit
tee fer 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, Ihen the precinct Is entitled
to an additional delegate, 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. .
to. 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 Rei)ulatlonH
ot the Rcpuhllcun Party In the
Territory ot Hawaii, are also pub
llshed In accordance with a Resolution
passed at the same meeting referred to
The Committee urge upon all the offr
cers members of all Precinct Clubs the Inv
portance of prompt and harmonious action
In relation to the above call.
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY,
Pursuant to a Resolution pasied at
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 Sen'
tember 6 or 7 for the purpose of electing
delegate to a I erntorlal Convention.
These are the Rules and Regulations of
the Republican Party In the Territory of
Hawaii, governing District Cotnmltte-s:
Article II. DISTRICT COMMITTEE
it, Each district committee shall con
slst of delegates from the precinct dubs In
said dlsti let.
2. Each district committee shall meet
when notified to do so by the Territorial
Committee, and shall elect the following
omcers- ('resident, Vlce-PreslJent. Sec
retary, Treasurer, and such other officers
" r'TVy Ti . m 1 11 1
tJ tlAffclliir: wmmllltM m It my U n
1 1. Any July enw lej Perniblltin lut
l' ellglHe ai .1 Jelfgilt to th lefflMll
Comtnlttee Irotn the Jlittkt Inwhklili
4. E.nlt JliltUt commlllte li.il ht
(InfteJ wlllillie Kfntr.il t art anJ jMitr
vlilnnof Hie (f ills of the rty within
lt dittrkt, subject lo llie rule .11U iiu
Utrotit. It li.ill take tucli meure It
itimi neteiry and exreJIent to tiutt
the ore.ml.ithin ,mJ in-ilnteii.iiue el ne-
lnct clubs In every precliKt. an J eire
,,,e Pratlon of all Republican voters
with Hit patty organlitlon, and shall, un'
der the ontrol of Hie Territorial Cimmlt
tee, lue charge tf all campaigns In the
district. It shall decide all dispute from
the precinct nrganhatlons and contests
within slid district as to prlmaryelectlons.
1 5. District committees may hold reg
ular or special meetings as may be provid
eJ In their byliws, and not less than one
third of the members shall constitute a
The above Rules and Regulations of the
Rep'ibllean Party In the Territory of Ha
wall, are also published In accordancs
with a resolution passed at the same
meeting referred to above.
The committee urge upon all tie officers
and members of th District Com-nlttee
the Importance of prompt and harmonious
action In relation to the abo.e call.
GEORGE W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY Chairman.
f ISCOSrOSATBD UnDII THS LAWSl
lop ths Hawaiian Ripusuc.j
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSi
Chas. M. Cooke, President.
P. C. Jonkh, Vice-President
C. II. Cooke. Cashier.
F. C. ATHErtToy,' Assistant Cashier.
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tonney,
J A. MeCandless.
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
Exchango, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received,
and Interest allowed in accordance with
rules and conditions primed In Pa'-.
books, copies of which may be had ti ,n
Real Estate and Insurance.
1 lm W
LIFB and FIRE
AGENT8 FOR ,
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. gf Boston.
iETNA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
P.rtleut.r Atttntlon .Iv.n la nnrrhita ..,..(. aI
H.wtllu Sutar Slock.
Loan Nt(otlat.4. Eaitam aal l-oralfi Stotka
408 California St.,
Ban PrancUco, Cl.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mambar ol Hawaiian Slock Eichaora.
Melneruy Block, Fort Street,
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
3J.5 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Manbar ol tk Honolulu Slock Escbasf a.
Offloe Queen street( opposite Union
Talaptoaa ;ot P.O. Boa m
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and SuFerlntendltn
Flnctro-Hydraullc Power Transmission
RETORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office neit to Pes Boe. last
J A MES T. TAYLOR,
M.Am. Soc.C. I.
arm jium ninck ti. 6ss.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler wor
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOH WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.