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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FKIDAY, SKPTKMURR ;, 1900.
I'lilillMinl Ihtry liny circpt tftliul.i,
nt 210 Kins Hired. Ilunolitlti,
T of II . Iiy the
mn.i.irri.N I'Uiii.isiiino company
WAI.I.ACi: It. r'AHUINOTON .
DAXIi:i. 1.0(1 AN Clly
Hntcroil nt the I'ost Olllco nt Hono
lulu nn aeconit clns tnntter.
I'cr month, anywhere In t'. S. ..J
Per yenr " " " 8.00
Per enr, poMpnlil, foreign 13.00
Payable Invnrlahly In advance.
Post Olllce Box 71S
.SlU'TKMHUIl 7, 1900.
Citizens of the Territory should ever
be mindful that failure to have tli'lr
nnmes on the registration rolls now
open In Honolulu llnle will preterit
them from voting nt the November
If residents of the outside districts
on this island nrc ns Indifferent to tho
registration as Honolulu people have
bieu nt the outset. It will be well to
give the country districts n long ad
vance notice of the dates when Mi?
Hoard will be In session at tho various
country stopping places.
The Hawaii Herald's nssertlon of lu
llepubllcnnlsm seems hardly necessaty.
That paper has staunchly supported
Republican principles since Hawaii
camo under American sway and can iie
depended upon to support straight Re
publican candidates lu the coming cam
paign. Hllu's two newspapers .11
solidly Republican whatever tho pres
ent tendencies of the district politics
Sessions of the Registration lloai.l
should by all means be so timed as to
favor the working classes, it Is prac
tically Impossible for working men to
register at the present morning session?
arid It Is certainly a hardship to re
turn to town In the evening after a
hard day's work. If the Hoard could
hold n session from S to C o'clock In
trie afternoon It would be u great ac
commodntlon (o a large class of voters.
It should be the policy of the Hoard to
make tho registration as convenient as
The urgent call of n Illlo paper for
greater activity on the part, of tho Tei
rltorlal committee is the best possible
evidence that the district needs a help
ing hand from the usual center of c
tivlty. Hllo has Its own committee
men who are naturally expected to take
the Initiative towards organization In
their own setllon ns the commlUemen
of Maul have so successfully done.
Knlluro (o (akc such action of their own
volition Indicates that the powerful
motive n convention would give Is de
manded for the advancement of tho
party throughout the Islands,
Apropos of the election of n Territor
ial delegate, there Is sufficient law to
allow the go eminent to print ballots
for the delegate, nnd suftklenc Interest
among the people to cast ballots for
the delegate In November. As the
United States House of Representa
tives Is the judge of members allowed u
part In Its deliberations It will remain
with that body to decide the rlgh(s of
(ho eandldaio receiving (ho majority
vote In Hawaii. The strength of tho
Territory will certainly not bo en
hanced, If the people here tnko tho
stand that they uro not entitled to rep
resentntlon nnd make no effort to ob-
It is difficult to imagine what pos
sible factional purpose can be accom
plished through holding the Territor
ial convention In Hllo. Opponents of
this plan seem to have the Idea that
the action of tho delegates In conven
tion will depend upon their surroun 1
Ings; a view of tho situation that does
not credit tho delegates with the sta
bility of character which Is their duo.
As regards tho official acts of tho con
vention, tho results accomplished In
Hllo cannot differ from those In Hono
lulu. The assistance delegations from
nil tho Islands can give tho Hllo work
ers will be Inestimable In giving tho
campaign tho enthusiastic activity that
assures success at tho polls.
Capable, honest men who can bo
elected Is tho qualification to which
every legislative candidate should ans
wer. If, however, n majority of me
Senntorlnl candidates aie selected from
cither ono of tho Ilepresentatlvo dis
tricts, -votes are likely to bo lost
through failure of residents of minority
district!) to receive equal representa
tion. It Is truo tho Senators aro elect
ed by the whole Island but tho average
legislator naturally, If not by studio 1
purpose, leans towards and Is more or
less Influeneed In favor of the sect'nn
In which ho resides. If the Republlcun
candidates are equally divided between
the two sections of Oahu contained In
tho two Representative districts, sec
tional Jealousies cannot possibly be a
factor In the campaign.
Till! IMKTIIICT COMMIT run.
Member of the lllstrlrt roineiitlnns
who meet for organUat lout bin nftcr
noon HhoiiM not forttot thnt li no
in oiuu the least Important of Hum
duties Is the conduct of (he fortheom
Iiik rnnipnlKH In their severnl dlstrldi
t'lulcr the party rules the delegates not
only convene to name candidates, 'i.ii
having dono this they then constitute
the committee to dliect the special
work In their section, cooperating of
course with the Territorial committee.
Hence It Is thnt particular tnro
J should ho taken In the Kelccllon of oltl-
cers for the permanent organization.
The clmlrmnn, secretary and trensuier
of the contention villi of necessity oc
cupy the same positions In the commit
tee. The chairman of eacn convention
should not only oc n good presiding
oincer, hot n mnn of wetl known exe-u-tlvo
ability, well ucqunlnted with (ho
workers of his district, the particular
character of the work required nnd so
situated In his business relations ns to
be nblo to glvo plenty of time to (he
conduct of the campaign. Tho Dla
trlct committees will constitute the real
working nrm of the campaign. Upon
their Integrity to detail nnd ncllvo ef
fort will largely depend the character
of tho Legislature. Thus In many re
spects their position Is more Important
than the Territorial committee. The
latter can accomplish little without
the energetic nnd united support of
the committeemen of the district.
Some, people In Hllo, with whom the
wish Is father to tho thought, have
circulated n rumor thnt the Herald is
not n Republican newspaper. The
statement Is Incorrect. So fnr ns tho
present editor, who wns one of the or
ganlzcrs of tho first Republican club
on the Island, Is aware the Herald has
been Republican ever since he took
charge, thrco years ago, nnd It will con
tinue (o forwnrd (he Interests of tho
people of Hawaii so long ns he holds
tho postlon. It has been tho nlni oT the
Herald to work In the Interests of Hl
lo, advocating Improvements of everv
character. It favors self-government
for this Island and will oppose any can
didate who sticks to the theory thnt the
center nnd circumference of govern
ment shall continue to be Honolulu. It
advocated free franchise for Hawalluns
and tho editor of tho Herald was n
colleague of Hon. C. A. (Jalliralth In
framing a minority report favoring un
limited franchise for Hnwaltans in tho
memorial presented to the Hawall-in
Commissioners who visited Hllo In lS'JS
The Herald believes there nro men lu
tho Uepubllcnn party eminently quali
fied to serve the public in the Legis
lature and In CongrcsR and until that
Is proven n mistake It docs not believe
tho endorsement of candidates by
"citizens' committees" or kindred or
g.intzntlons is necessary to election or
the securing of good men. It Is the
history of cities In tho Stntes that such
bodies nre not formed until the poli
tics of the section have been proven
rotten. Verb. sap.
8C0RB8 BRITISH HOSPITALS.
London, Aug. 28 . Mrs. Hlch.iri
Chamberlain, sister-in-law of the Sec
retary of State for (lie Colonies nnd
who very recently returned from Soulh
Africa, has been Interviewed regarding,
her experiences there. She declaici
that every word said by William Ash
mend llartlett Ilurdctt-CouUs, Conso,'
vatlvo member of Parliament for West
minster, about the management of tho
mllltaiy hospitals was true. The sur
geon general, sho usborts, threw every
obstacle In tho way of forwarding medi
"With n few exceptions the nrmy
doctors,' 'says Mrs. Chamberlain, "are
a low class of men. Those In South
Africa neglected their .patients. Sl
cases of drunkenness among nrmy doc
tors came under my observation. After
these people had come In contact with
the police they were sent homo In
charge of invalids."
These nnd other sweeping chnrge.i,
mnde after 11 stny of several months In
nio attracting no little ntten-
Mont Ocelltnlilc Publtcntlon.
Tho Humane IMucator for September
Is a splendid number. It litis mirli
original matter with lots of local point.
The selections evince mnsterly editor
ship and tho Illustrations are both pro
fuse and artistic. Mrs. Helen Wilder
Craft, Honolulu's chief humano offlcor,
Is to bo congra(ula(ed upon editing a
local publication that has no superior
In appearance or efficiency within IU
itKoisTnATioN nou.s ron tiii:
NovnMncn elections arc opijn.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
lnf th United from lanuarv I t
tn July 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.UOcases.
Moet & Chandon 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,283 "
HleJslcU & Co , Lry Mono
pole 6,000 "
Louis Roederer 4,418 "
All other brands 27.012 "
TOTAL , .135,184 """
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Compiled from tht Official Cuttom Houst Record i
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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, lrmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, lA to 4 inches.
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The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
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WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
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For further particulars apply to
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A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
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Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
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easy access to all points, as also
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work 0
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 purposes,
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, 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-, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
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VARIETY I OF I DESIGNS
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Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
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Boilermakers : : and : t Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
AvAV j. iiered Free
iirt o! tlic city
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