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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., .1., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1900.
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Published Kvcry Day except Sunday,
, nt 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of H by the
BULLETIN l'UHLISHLN'O COMPANY.
WALLACK 11. FAItlUNQTON ..Editor
DANIKL LOOAN City Editor
Entered at the Post OHlee at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere in U. S. ..$ .75
Per year " ' " $.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Offlcc Box "IS
SATUUDAY....SEI,TE.MBEIl 1, 1000.
Every Hepubllcan of Honolulu, every
citizen who Intends to alllllate with the
Hepubllcan party should go to the pri
maries this afternoon and cast his bal
lot. The delegates elected today will
constlutc the convention that will
nominate the candidates for the Legis
lature: they will elect delegates to
the Territorial convention which will
nominate the Delegate to Congress and
the Territorial committee for the next
two yrarsjthey will mack up the cam
paign committee for the district In
which they are elected. The full lti-
publlcnn vote should be polled and
men elected who will recognize the lib
eral policy of the Hepubllcan admin
istration and endorse such men and
measures ns will meet the approval of
"By an odd coincidence the Invi
tation (to speak at the Republi
can Hally) was ,o timed that U
reached the Oovernor on the eve.
of his departure from Oahu on a
vacation Journey. Advertiser. ?
This statement of the morning or
gnn Is. as Is usually the case when It
deals with tho affairs of the Hepubll
can party, an absolute untruth. To
prove its falsity It Is only necessary to
consult the Governor himself. Mr. Dole
wns the first man approached to speak
atho rally. Names of other spent I
thought of by the committee wero pre-
scnted to him and were acceptable to'
lilm. Circumstances over which the l
committee, the Governor or anyone clso j
had no control caused postponement cf !
the rally, and tho Governor having j
made his plans for n vacation did not i
feel that he could mnke a change. The I
commltteo dealt honestly, openly uud I
sumircly with the Governor and tho
Governor reciprocated. Tho Adver-
User's bald mlsrepresntatlon, both of ,
the Governor and the committee shows ,
to what despicable straits It Is put In '
Ita campaign to destroy party harmony. ,
Illlo will undoubtedly be surprised
that the "position to holding tho Ter
ritorial convention In that city has
been taken up anil nrdently urged by i
an appointee of President McKlnbv.
Federal officers are not supposed to
refrain from straight politics but when
It comes to assisting In tho strife be
tween two cities for a convention, they
are going out of their way to create
AORANGI IN PORT.
' Tho H. SI. 8. Aorangi of the Canadian-Australian
line arrived and An
chored off port last night far ahead of
time. Thu pilot went out to her but
the quarantine ofllcer did not go out
until this morning. The Aorangi camo
nlongsldo the I'acltlc -Mall wharf at
about 7:30 o'clock this morning. Pur
ser .Mason kindly furnished the Bulle
tin with the following report:
The Aorangi, O, W, liny commander,
left Vaucouver at noon on tho twenty
fourth of August and arrived at Victor
la, B. C. at 0:15 p. m. same day. .Loft
Victoria at 5 a. m. on Saturday, 25th
August and experienced strong north
west winds with heavy swell, which
which underrated on the following day
and with occasional showers so con
tinued until the 28th. Easterly and E.
N. E. winds with fine weather and
smooth sea were the nmet with and
carried to port. The Aorangi has done
somo excellent steaming, the passage
from Victoria occupying only 6 days
19 hours, showing an average of 14.(1
knots per hour.
EVERY HEPUBLICAN SHOULD
VOTE AT THE PRIMARIES.
Soldier Boys Win.
Tho second rifle tenm of Co. V beat
the second team of tho police force nt
the Iwllel butts this morning, the score
being 3C3 to 352, a difference of 11
points. The Individual scores aro as
Co. F J. W. Short, 31; Chapln, 38;
C, Coster, 37; Sybold, 31: P. Coata, 43;
H. Specraan, 38; Wlrud, 38; Plfer, 30;
lilllebrand, 29 and J. Sylva, 39.
Police J. Thomas, 29; C. II. Baker,
35; Geo. Sloau, 31; Atatnul, 39; M, L.
Needham, 32; Kawalaea, 40; Klllona,
36; Kanlnl, 39; Kamaka, 39, and Kala
REGISTRATION ROLLS FOR VOT
ERS ARE OPEN TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
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Judge Silliman Gives De
fendant Fifteen Years
in Prison, d
FIRE INSURANCE .r
Judge Estee Makes Many .New Americ
an Citizens Another Libel in
Admiralty is Entered in
Samuel Barney was found guilty of
manslaughter In the first degree last
night by the Jury trying him for the
murder of Charles V. Lorbeer. The
Jury were absent only about nn hour.
The defendant had put up a rather
otrong case of self-defense.
Judge Silliman sentenced Barney to
Imprisonment at hard labor for fif
teen years. Mr. Andrews noted nn ex
ception to the Supreme Court with A
motion for a new trial.
In the divorce case of John S. An
drado vs. Adelaide Andrade, the libe
lant has been ordered to pay the llbele
$30 a month, to be paid on the first fliiv
of each month.
Emma C. Dudolt was granted a di
vorce against Charles Dudolt by Judge
Humphreys. l)e Bolt for llbellant.
Geo. C. BccUlcy and Mnrla Kuhea
have brought a suit for partition
ngalnst Emma M. Nnkulna.
Judge Silliman has rendered n deci
sion In tho suit of Vee Wo Chan Co.
ngalnst the Madgeburg Fire Inbm..nce
Co. Judgment Is for the defendant.
Tho Court says: "I think it is uM
dent that the action was taken and the
order Issued bona fide, and that going
back of the order to asccrta'nwhether
tne Board of Health wa3 tiding
within the scope of Its legal authority
In making said order, I hold tint the
loss was the direct result of ihe order
of the civil authority within the niean
Ing of the above quoted clans-, of the
policy." Neumann and Wliltln.j fur
plaintiff; L. A. Thurston anl Hubert
son & Wilder for defendant.
Eugene Avery has brought n new
suit against W. C. King, clnfmlnir $10.-
000 damages for falso prosecution In
the Circuit Court.
His first case was
In the Federal Court for $5000. Davis
& Gear for plaintiff.
Judgo Humphreys, First Judge of the
circuit Court of the First Circuit, i.tia
niado nn order extending the August
term of 12 days.
In II. E. Melntyro vs. S. C. All-in,
Judge Humphreys has signed a df-crta
pro confesso In favor of plaintiff. This
gives Mr. Melntyro possession of the
Lincoln block in King street. J. A.
.Magoon for plaintiff.
Fred. Blrkln has bniugnt n suit In
admiralty In the Federal Court against
Captain Freltsch, master of the
schooner Enterprise, claiming $2000
damages for that the first officer of tlio
vessel knocked rtown the plaintiff and
punched him on August 23, HiOO. Davis
& Gear for plulntlll; Davidson for dc
Judge Estee yestctday an dtodny na
turalized tho following named aliens
E. W. Jordan, Ludwlg Lampe. Edward
Larsen, Andrew Wiseman, Godfrey
Christiansen, JamcB Dean, Andrew
Hendreckscn, J. J. Soares, Olaf Yolet
son, Nllcs Stcgen, P. E. R. Strnurn.
Ernest C. Wnterhouse, Jos. P. Mendon
ca, Julius Ascli, C. O. Dallentyne, W.
F. Wilson, Fred. L. Waldron, Geo. ,1.
Angus, Otto Oss, Thos. Lindsay and T.
80LACD FROM GUAM.
The U. S. Naval Transport Solace.
Herbert Wlnslow commander, arrived
In port late this forenoon. She sail,"!
from Yokohama, August 11 and made
a stop of a day at Guam. She will Im
here four days taking on coal and will
then sail for San Francltco. The Su
laco sailed from 'Manila about thre
months ago and, during the mbajoiity
of that time, has been busy between
Nagasaki and Taku. The Solace has
fifteen officers and 250 men. Col
Meade of the Marino Corps Is a passen
ger aboard. He Is off on sick leave.
Aboard the Solace are quite a number
of wounded marines and blue Jackets
who saw service under McCalla and at
Lnbor Day Speakers.
The speakers at the literary exercises
Monday will be United Stated Attorney
General John C. Balrd, George A. Ii
vis and L. A. Andrews. The speaking
will be from the band stand in thft
IMPORT. OF CHAMPAGNE
lut th I lnltd from January i t
to julv nt. moo. f
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 00,140 cases.
Moet&Chnndon 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,18) "
Hledslck & Co , Ury Mono
pole 6,000, "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands 27 on "
TOTAL 135,184 "
Compllt 4 from the OffcUt Cuitom Houu Record!
MiCFARLAKE a CO., LTD., Sole Agents.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Goods for the household, for
M builders and
.. .. ' . '
New line or btaple Articles have ueen orougnt nere oy
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
? A complete line of Sanitary
the1 Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus,
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE
Beautifully situated mauka of
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
Tlie tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from KoUo 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.
30 FIXE DIIAFT AXI) DRIVING HOUSES
Also 20 Head of . . .
as Fine Mules
SGHUMANS CARRIAGE & HARNESS REPOSITORY
Merchant, bet. Fort and Alakea Sts.
EQUAL TO ANY $50.00
School Pants, 25c, 50c, 75c.
BOYS' Wash Suite, 65c, 75c.
BOYS' Wool Suits, S2.75, $3, S3.25, $4.
Just the Thing for School !
the plumber, for contractors,
Plumbing Goods direct from
1 to 4 inches.
Kn& and BetheI sts-
the Government Waialae Road.
grade in every respect
WHEEL IN THE .MARKET
AMERICAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. MACFARLANE, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1
.... Masonic Temple J
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 itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
extmisite grandeui at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work,
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands ot
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
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,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
VARIETY I OF DESIGNS
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO..
. . . and
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Corner Hotil and
XCe Delivered Free
To any pnrt ol the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & HARKDAM,
Tel., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box Coo.
tfirlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to anv part of premises desired.
For the benefit of
Ollie Branch, Rebekab Lodge, No. 2,
I. O. O. P.
oWFRIDAV vtnlo(, SEPTEMBER ?, igootto
Tlckiti lor UJy ml Gn
for making water connection!
prices, terms, etc., apply a
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES 0 THE - LOWEST
LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
NATIVE HATS, MATS,
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.
Office: 46 Merohant St.
All persons owing me accounts are re
quested to call at my office anj make pay
ment. r '
W. S. NOBLITT, M. D.
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