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Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of H by tho
BULLETIN I'UULISHINO COMPANV.
WALLACE II. FAUIIINGTOX ..IMItor
DANIKL LOOAN City Editor
Entered at the Post Olllce at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Oflke Box 718
WEDNESDAY.. SEPTEMHEIl C, 1900.
RBGI8TBR TUB VOTERS.
Republicans havo been so deeply en
gaged In tho primaries and preparation
for Legislative nomination that the
sessions of the Registration Hoard have
apparently passed from notice. Every
worker of the party should wake up to
the fact that the task of the campalg.i
has but begun. Efforts to Increase tho
Republican rolls should now be re
doubled. Not only should party man
agers see to It that every Republican
on tho party rolls is registered, but a
coinpleto cnnvnss made of every pre
cinct. Tho primaries were a mere
bagatelle compared with the Import
ance of getting voters registered on the
lists preparatory to meeting the com
mon enemy, whatever It may be. In No
vember. Republicans have now settled what
ever personal differences may lime
existed and should present an nctlve as
well as n united front. Alt the prestige
gained In the last few months may be
lost, If the party managers wait until
the last few weeks or days, before get
ting down to a careful canvass. The
responsibility rests with tho present
territorial committee which should lose
no time In Inaugurating the work that
must of necessity be continued with re
newed vigor by the succession to be
elected at the Territorial convention.
Notwithstanding the large enroll
ment In the preliminary party organi
zation, tho present voting population U
an unknown quantity. Tho nomina
tion of acceptable candidates put before
the people on a liberal Republican
platform will Increase party strength,
but will accomplish little should vot
ers be lost by failure to register. A
houso to houso canvass In the country
districts ns well as Honolulu should bo
Following are the receipts from all
sources for the Labor Day celebration:
Previously acknowledged ....$1747 00
Benson, Smith & Co 23 00
Hack Stand 32 9 00
Haw'n Plumbing Supply Co. .. 10 00
E. B. Thomas 1 25 00
J. V. McDonald C 00
Dr. Monsarrat 5 00
S. V. Lcdercr 2 00
Julius Asch 1 00
Jas. Nott Jr. 5 00
Hawaiian Hotel Co 10 00
Hawaiian Star 5 00
Kaplolani Estate 20 00
The Orphcum G 00
Painters' Association 25 00
Machinists' Ass'n 27 00
Plumbers' Ass'n 19 00
Plasterers' Ass'n C 00
Bricklayers' Ass'n 10 00
Carpenters' Ass'n 25 25
Barbers Ass'n 12 0
Boiler Makers' Ass'n 5 10
Pattern Makers' Ass'n 4 50
Moulders' Ass'n 9 50
Electric Workers' Ass'n 11 00
Stono Cutters' Ass'n 5 00
Program Concession 25 00
Refreshment & Hat room .... 38 00
Total $2096 75,
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
Sept. 5, at 5 p. m. C. E.- Copeland,
James Klrkland, J. P. McCoy, Miss
Scrlmger, Sister Antonio, J. Costa, A,
J. Gomes, II. M. Pembrook, C. II. John
son, Sister Renata, J. P. Cooke, J, Mc
Gavln, J. W. Hall, A. A. Braymer,
Chas. Desky, J. Frlas, Goo Lip, Lang
Wat, J ,B. Castle and Harold Castle,
Ah Fook, F. C. Shipley, Mrs. N. J. Ma
lone and child, F. V. Grlrawood, C. I
Grlmwood, Miss M. Soma, Miss L. A
Wong Kong, Miss Lucy Lanl, Miss
Emily Lanl and child, Mrs. Mary Pa,
Miss Lucy Kaukau, B. K. Kalwiaea and
wife, Miss Mary Kupihe, Miss Annie
Walluku Water Recelptn.
Walluku, Sept. 1. Superintendent
Wm. E. Bal of the Walluku and Ka
hulul water works sends down to Ho
nolulu today over $700 receipts for wa
ter rates taken In by him since the
opening of the Bystem a few weeks ago.
Major J. W, Pratt was very Jubilant at
this very satisfactory result.
REGISTRATION ROLLS FOR THE
NOVEMBER ELECTIONS ARE OPEN.
Great Britain Fears
New York, Aug. 29. A Tribune spe
cial from London sa3:
Whllo India Is suffering from one of
tho worst outbreaks of cholera ever re
corded, so that people arc dying at th
rato of seven thousand a week, flreat
Britain Is alarmed by the prospect of
an epidemic of bubonic plague within
her own boundaries. The medical au
thorities at (llasgow havo already had
several cases under their observation.
On Monday n child slckenrd and died
within forty-eight hours from an Ill
ness which was at first thought to be
pncumonln, but after a minute exami
nation by the hospital authorities wig
pronounced plague. Another death has
occurred and ten families wcro rcmov
cd to a reception house for patients
suffering from this disease which th
municipality has hastily established.
New York, Aug. 24. The ,vlll of C. P.
Huntington was made public today. It
gives $1,000,000 In trust for J'llr.ccm
Hatzfeldt during her life, the principal
to go to her Issue at her death; $iMV)00
In trust Is given for the benefit of Mrs.
Huntington, the widow, for lit, after
wards for the benefit of Archer M.
Huntington for life; two-thirds of tne
Southern Pacific Railroad steel; Is tT b
given to Mrs. Huntington, nnd on?-
third to Henry E. Huntington, on con
dition that no part thereof shall be sold
during the lifetime of cither with tho
consent of both.
Tho Fifth Avenue residence In hls
city Is given to Mrs. Huntington for
life, afterwards to bo given ,o Archer
M. Huntington; $270,000 Is ghon in
trust for the benefit of Harriot 5. Hun
tington, Elizabeth l'urdy, Susan Porter
nnd Allen Gates, in portions of $50,000
each; $30,000 for the benefit of C. II.
S.immls nnd $20,000 each for the bene
fit of Eleanor Loveland nnd Frank Par
dee. Various other specific bequests
Mrs. Huntington, Charles H. Tweed
and Isaac E. Gates, the latter Hunting
ton's brothcr-ln-law, nro made cxccU'
tors of the will. All of Mr. Hunting
ton's pictures are given to Mm. Hun
tlngton for life, afterwards to Archer
M. Huntington for life, and at his death
to tho Metropolitan Museum of Art of
New York absolutely.
From San Francisco
Now York, Aug. 25. A dispatch to
tho Tribune from London says: Tho
report telegraphed from Washington
Hint Germany Is preparing to mako San
Francisco a base of supplies with a
view to sending a very powerful army
to China, has attracted considerable
Your correspondent has made Inquir
ies on tho subject in shipping circles
nnd finds that German orders 'or
stores and provisions arc sufficiently
extensive to lend probability to the
rumor. It certainly would not surprise
tho diplomatic authorities hero If tho
German forco should eventually reach a
total of 40,000 or 60,000.
CONGER'S LAST DISPATCH
Washington, Aug. 27. Tho Depart
ment of State makes public tho fu!
lowing dispatch from Minister Congor,
received this morning:
"From Tnku, August 27. Secretary
of State, Washington: No Importnnt
developments since las tdlspatch. Mili
tary Is trying to restore order. No rep
resentative of the Chinese Government
encountered yet. Several Ministers ct
tho Tsung LI Yamen reported In tho
city nnd are expected to appear soon.
Generals decide not to enter Imperial
palace, leaving It practically vacant.
Two thousand Germans urrlved today.
Maul Labor Office.
Walluku, Sept. 1. Chas. Lennox, Sec
retary of tho Labor Bureau for the
Island of Maul, will move his office to
Kahulul next Monday where he will be
ready to arrange employment to Asia
tics who want to work on the planta
tions. C. E. Copeland, James Klrkland, J. P,
McCoy, J. Costa, H. H. Pembrook, J. P.
Cooke, J. W. Hall, Chas. Desky, J. I).
Castle, F. W. Grlmwood and C. P.
Grlmwood are booked to leave for Maul
In tho Claudlne this afternoon.
REGISTRATION ROLLS FOR THE
NOVEMBER ELECTIONS ARE OPEN.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into the Unltfd from January
to July Mt. iooo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 00,140 cases.
Moet & Chandon 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,283 "
Hledslck & Co., Dry Mono
pole 6,000, "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands 27.012 "
TOTAL .135,184 "
Compiled from th Official Custom Mount Record!
MACFARL1NB & CO., LTD., Solo Agents.
. , w ji-nty'-- j
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 by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up.
A complete line of Sanitary
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus,
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
StOPCSJ Fort' K,n& and BetheI sts'
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of
A11 Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium I
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It conv
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.
Hor further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
Per C. D. Bryant.
30 FINE DRAFT AND DRIVING HORSES
Also 20 Head of . . .
ae Fine Mules
SCHUMAH'S CARRIAGE & HARNESS REPOSITORY
Merchant, bet. Fort and Akikea Sts.
EQUAL TO ANY $S0.00
School Pants, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Wash Suits, 65c, 75c.
Just the Thing
Plumbing Goods direct from.
yi to 4 inches.'
the Government Waialae Road.
GRADE IN EVERY RESPECT
WHEEL IN THE MARKET
Wool Suite, $2.75, $3, $3.25, $4.
for School !
AMERICAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
MjitHnvW).: " rwn
Jno. Pottie & Sois
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn FJy Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
: Inquire of
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
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.
Contracts have been let
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 to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purpose!,
to our home builders at most
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
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 I DESIGNS
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
"W. "W. -WZEBICKE-IT
P Carriage Maker
Painting, Blacksmithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
XCG Delivered Free
To any part ot the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & HARKHAM.
Tel., 3151 Blue. P. O. Box 600.
ISTlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
For the benefit of
Olive Branch, Rebekah Lodge, No. 2,
i. o. o. R.
oa-FRIDAY vnlng, SEPTEMBER i, 1900-40
PROCESS HALL. TlcktU (ot Lady n4 On-
tlimin, 1,00. 1,JMW.
for material, and the work j
prices, terms, etc., apply a
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES - THE LOWEST
LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
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 Merchant St.
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
my classes In
I will receive pudIIs
every morning from oiioto 11:30 during
. 1 .
vacation, uooa stamping done.
777 Fort St,, near Vineyard 1604ml