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i:wr liulltliHl Ikim (nkr drfrjt
linril ntiil iluri nut hesitate tu nilxrp
relent any man lio cast a utc against
Why l It that the Kentltmen who to
hysterically denied chariic of faor
ltlm In tin' court! should he the first
to raise the cry of I n 11 u elite of per
sonal relations when nn attorney
against whom they hold a grudge of
personal spite Is mentioned for n
I Norwegluu porta, has sent tu the He:
Already legUlntlvc candidate, of Hio M m, fulluwlllg mewge:
other Inland! ure beginning to tile , ..Vnr,,Wf Wcdnwday. A bottle from
their papera preliminary to entering. Alldri,.t colltalnliiy u note numbirwl
the content of November. When the , ,, bl,liu fouuj fuur Iu,u., ,.., (lf I
final line up U inudc It Is likely to ynrdoc." '
oe lounu mni me numucr 01 canunuu-s ,
has Increased In a larger proportion
than the voting population.
The aim nnd purpose of the Itepubll
can party and of every true Republican
should bo to elect to the Legislature
men of Integrity, who will uphold the
administration and enact laws tint
will assuro the continued progress cf
the Territory nnd the welfare of Its
every citizen. These nlms cannot be
fulfilled by a disgruntled dictator re
fusing to play provided each and every
Individual does not bow to his will
which he considers supreme.
If the so-called mlnorlrty party de
sire to destroy all prospect of harmony
la the ranks, they ure frco to keep on
with their campaign of misrepresenta
tion. Votes hnve been cast nnd there Is
absolutely no occnslon for party divi
sions either In framing the platform ,
or naming legislative candidates. A
continuation of the present scheme of
misrepresentation on the part of ot
gans speaking for the so-called minor
ity enn secure only continued division,
with the. minority assuming the re
sponsibility for division at the palls.
Superintendent McCnndless by Ms
frequent trips to the other Islands Is
doing more to place the outside dis
tricts In close touch with the depart
ments and secure recognition for tin ir
needs, than has been done for several
enrs. One of the most serious dllllcul
ties In connection with the administra
tion of the present centralized form of
government Is the long range at whl.'h
the heads of departments have actel.
A complete understanding of tho needs
of various communities cannot bo ob
tained except by personal Inspection,
liven 1 1 Ho Is amenable to reason when
some recognition Is given of Its needs.
Mr. Swanzy voiced tho sentiments of
a long suffering public when ho direct
ed tho intention of the Chamber of
Commcice to the condition of the tele
phono system. Since tho amalgama
tion of the two companies promises of
Improvement linvo been constant and
the excellence of tho system has been
steadily growing worse. Now tho sys
tem hns rem lied tho point where It
takes long to get a number and it Is
Imposslblo to "cuss central over the
'rhone." Tho general public eara
nothing about tho name or character of
the Bvstem or of tho personnel of the
company or management. Tho tele-
phono has become an established In
stltutlon and all tbut Is detlred Is that
It shall bo maintained with a degree.
of perfection that at least will not re
tard or Interfere with tho transaction
Of nil the childish statements offered
In opposition to George D. Gear's ap
pointment to the Circuit bench that
.which brings up the personal frlen.t
'ship between Judge Humphreys and
Mr. Clear Is the weakest. The criticism
of Judgn Sllliman for forwarding his
resignation to the I'rcsldcnt previous
to making his action public Is on a par
with this snino plea ngalnst Gear,
There nro precedents both for mom
hers of tho bench being closo personal
friends, nlso for the resignation of a
Judge being withheld from tho public.
Ties of closest personal friendship
existed between tho lata Chief Justlco
Jiicld and Justlco Krenr. Tho resigna
tion of tho lato Chief Justlco was with
held from the puhlla for weeks Ly
Mr. Dole. A closo friendship exists to
day between Justices Frear and Percy,
nnd so far as known none of the
judges are sworn enemies nor are their
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l4lii mi the HlH-h In Hawaii. ,
Hut a few wck June wmoI tlll-n
Jiidni- Humping "tmiinl ilnn'" a l 1
tltlon bearing the name amonit oih-n
nromlncnt atloriieja of (lturm l (1r, I
rrffMilInK Hie romliut of the court If
I this matter of personal friendship nils
n m...aYi .if . fliriiri. am Mr. first's on
poiienta sungest. the xtltlnn certainly
would hao lieen sraliteil .
It In taut becoming apparent that the
opposition to Mr. Gear ti prompted liy
the pergonal nnlmoilt)' of one or two
Individuals They dare not attack his
Integrity and are of necemlly forced lo
MlgRcit weak excnea nnd iupposltloil!
which falling, a they mutt of nec
lty fall to appeal to the common ene
honoty of the general putillc meri'iy
cant Into dlnif pule the mothra of thnei
who ntniiil )niior for audi utteran-
There et remain to he offered me
huni'it manly orgunient ugalntt the
appointment of Mr. Hear to the bench
Andree Message (
Of Vast Importance
i New York. Sent. 5. The harbor man
ter of Vurdoe, the most northerly of i
.,, ..,. ,, .,...,,..1 ,. 1.1. 1..1.
loon oyagc on July 11, ISO", took with
him twelve dispatch buoys, eaoii con
sisting of a sphere of cork twenty cen
timeters In diameter, coated with .1
thick coat of paint, partly blue and
partly yellow, and protected by a net
work of copper wire. At the upper por
tion wns n copper stopper Inscribed
with the words, "Andrce's l'olar Ex
pedition, H'jG," and a number. This
stopper closed a cavity cut In the cork
to receive u tube. In which It was In
tended to enclose documents or mesv
urea from the explorers. The buoys
wcro to ho thrown out nt different
points of the voyage of the balloon.
A thirteenth buoy, larger than 'he
others, wus to be left at the point 'A
the route that should he nearest to the
geographical pole that could ba reach
ed by the balloon.
The explorer also took with Mm
thrty.two carrcr ,,Keons. Some were
expected to return to Danes la.nnd,
where they had stayed for moie thi'l.
a month, but It was feared they ..ould
never return to Sweden, as from Spllt-
enhcrg ulone they would have to travel
a dlstanco of nearly 2300 kllonif tiT in
order to find their dove cote. Trom the
polo to Sweden would be 3500 meters.
Such a distance, so far as Is known,
has never been traersed by carrier
After theso means of conveying mes
sages have been exhausted Andree
would naturally huo recourse to the
familiar method of Inclosurc In bottle,
A message numbered 143, it the proper
sequence had been kept, would mean
that the voyagers had traveled n con
siderable distance on their Journey.
Those who witnessed the departure
of tho balloon from Danes Itland esti
mated Its speed, traveling straight 10
the north, to be from thirty to thlrtv
flve kilometers an hour, at which rate
It would have reached the pole In l?rs
than two days. It Is, however, general
ly consldPied that It was deflected from
The translation of the letter found In
the bottle, It It Is decipherable, oui;ht
to contain some definite account from
the explorers of their experience, po
slbly up to and after passing the polar
Hnil of Convict Lciihc ftyt.tcm.
Colonel C. Harrison I'arhcr was no
tified August 13 of Ills appointment ns
president of tho lionnl of control n( tho
Louisiana pcnltentlnry, and will set
to work nt onco to organize tho peni
tentiary n State Institution, The con
victs have been leased since 18C5, ard
the leuso system has given rise to
great abuses and many scandals. The
constitutional convention ordered ll.n
Legislature to aucjtlsh the system as
soon as this could he done; that la, as
soon as the present lease expires. This
h on March 3, 1001, hut It Is believed
Hint the lessees will be willing to sur
render the convicts 'ooucr, nnd the
tato will probably take control o( them
on Jnnunry 1. Public Opinion.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Intn thllnltJfrnm January t t
to Julv 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.MO casts.
Vtoet & Chandon 18,413 "
I'ommery ft Greno 12,283 "
HleJsIck & Co , Lry Alc-no-
pole,.... 6,oco "
I.ouls Ifoederer , 4,418 "
All other brands 27,01a "
TOTAL 135.184 "
11 1 m
Ccmptltd from tht Officii I Custom House Records
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The Pacific Hardware Co,
Goods for (he hoiuelioKI, for the plumber, for conlractou,
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought licic by
the Australia, Geo. Ctirlis, Alden Bessc, IrniRard, Rosamond
and W. II. 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, W to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
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MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Walalae Mountains.
VVATBR 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, Manaper,
. Per C. D. Bryant.
30 FLXE DRAFT AND DRIVING HOUSES
Also 20 Head of . . .
e Fine Mules
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE &
SHREVE & CO.,
to facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Cold and Silver Manufacturers,
IllustrjteJ CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelryand Silverware west of New York City, andare
prepared to lumlsh special designs.
The cheapest place in town to buy
House Furnishing Goods
Pillow Casing, Window Curtains,
Bed Spreads, Mosquito Net.
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.... Ansonic Temple
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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
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easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work o
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 purposet,
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 thai
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu.
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For further information,
the office of
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VARIETYToF J DESIGNS
"" Nowhere else can you find so
LOra fi ! Iarge a va"ety of
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Oahu Ice and
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S0lce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
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for making water connectioni
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prices, terms, etc., apply a
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LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
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Electric - Company
Oceanic Gas and
t Electric Co., Ltd.
':- We will be pleased to fur
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Office: 46 Merohant St.
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