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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1900.
GEO. A. DAVIS ' GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
lltorncys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms 202, 20), 102, JuJJ Hi-i'-UnR.
or. Furt and Mrtchant ftOldrwItjtu
CHABLES F.'PfTERSOW .
JLttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Mee: In the Occidental Hotel,
tiraar ot King and Alakea Streets,
V, 0. Aekl. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
net No. 10 Wett King Street.
At MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FOHT 8TI1EBT.
Surgeons, Pbyslclans And Dentists.
OR. J. T. WAY80N,
Has removed to Ills new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS 0 to m!
l63-im TIL. Main 6
DR. W. H. MAYS
has opened an office for the practice of
Medlclre and Surgery, at iig Beretanli
Street. net house teyond Central Union
Church. HOUUS: 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and
7 to 8: Sundays, o to 11. 1 LLEI'HOXE
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-ocened his office at . . .
arj Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
OR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
star Atapal. :::::: r ::: :
Orrici Holts: 8 to 11 A. M.
1 10 1 K. n.
7 10 8 P. M.
SUHDAY1 9 )0 10 llljo A. M.
Dr. W. J. Galbraith.
Pea and Reildence: Beretanla and
OBee Houri: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to I
a. .: 7 to 8 p. m.
9R, WALTER HOFFMANN.
TANIA STREET, (opposite the
MtUikone 110. P. 0. Box SOI.
Set kours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
a, .; 7 to I p. . 8undaya, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. L N. SINCLAIR
it ItrMt, between Emma and Fort.
tan: I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. an.
i U I r .; Sundays. 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Offlce: 222 Hotel Street
Offlce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Un Building, Fort Street
mr: ta 4, Telephone 4S4.
lERFECT TKLSHIIUNH 2000.
FAINTING i Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED 7 ders until 4 p. m
The MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner of Fort Street.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
' f U Aolry.
EI. GK BIAJR1',
40IU FORT STREET.
P W. THRUM
ROOM NO. It), SFRECKELfl BLOCK
FlanUUon Work u Spocialty.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving tner pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe "Busi
ness Cdxce, Telephone 156.
Chineso and Japanese firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil
Pictures Framed In any style
Framed Pictures for sale,
New Mouldings for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
I40q TELEPHONE 869
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, MlMttf.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tinporary Offct: Rooa, t upttalra Sprockets valla'.
lot T.I. ,44
Wong Sai Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A PiPfiCT Fit Guahaktiio
404 Fort St., near King St.
Honolulu, h. I.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing especially
Y. MAN SING-
Has Removed From Fort Street to ill
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Klm'ti
Dresses Made To Order.
a Fini Assortment op Ahe&icak, fcxausH and
bCOTCH (.LOTH ON MAID
No, 319 Nuuanu itrt1, Honolulu, H. t.
Good woik ani fir it-c1n fit ffuiranted
Clothti Cltirai ni Rtpa'nd
,.CONU AlAKlA AND KlIO SttflTS.,
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLFS
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 361
The . . .
Astor House Restaurant
Comer King and Alakea streets
FIRST CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT
otST Meats at all hours "ao
Ah Chuck Proprietor
Boer and Wine Dealers.
IuroBTEna, and Wnotigiii
ffiiB ni Lipr Dealers.
At.otl lor Ih. BoKl.d R.lnUr Bmi of Sltltlo
No. 19 Nuuand Street
Fon.r Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islaiids.
P. O.Dei ht. Mutual T.l.pboa. oS.
firONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERB AN1
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H.
lonsoliQateil Sola Water Co., L'H
torntr AIIid k Fort Stt., Honolulu
HOLLI8TF.R & CO.,
In It.c New Quarters on Hotel St
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT
T. A. SIMPSON
TSRBOU SAPIENTI S0FFIC1T
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else. ,.
GESSLER'Sjj: will refund
i MAGIC : the money
EHEABACHE; if they fall
li MFEFIS 5-tocurp.
tfVf.'.'W.VfW.'Miil !'''' 1 tent.
3am Parker Opens the
Campaign for Hono
DriH Shed Filled to Overflowing With
Interested Audience Plenty
of Enthusiasm for
Although the weather threatened wc.
Inst night, people began coming eaily
to the drill eheil for the Republican
rally under the auspices of the Young
.Men's Republican Club. At 7:30 .he
place was fast filling up, a number of
Indies being shown to sents. A detach
ment of the government band of nbout
a dozen pieces, lured from varntlon lei
sure and free from tho tabu for poli
tical service, took Us station un the
stage nnd played as nn o enure "The
Two Flags," n composition of D. I
Nnone'a. By S o'clock the hall wns
tilled with n representative nudlcnce of
the tomposlte citizenship of this Ter
ritory, while a dense qrowd stood nt
the door. A dash of millinery here and
there bespangled the cosmopolitan as
sembly. Seven minutes before the opening
hour some of the candidates on thj
Oahil ticket, escorted by members Jt
tho Republican Terrltorlnl Committee,
died up the side of tho ball nnd ascend
ed the platform. Tho arrival of Hon.
Sam. Parker, candidate for Delegito
to Congress, punctual to the opening
minute, wns signalized nlth hearty ap
plause. I.orrln Andrews, president of tho V.
M. II. C, presided nnd promptly opened
the meeting with n speech. The meet
ing wns to show the nppreclntlon of
Ropuhllcnn8 for the prellmlnnry woil:
of the campaign done In primaries.
conventions nnd committee room. Ths
candidates they saw before them were
chosen by the people. He Introduced
Mr. Parker ns the first spenker.
CANDIDATE FOR DELEGATE.
Samuel Parker said he did not wish
to hurt anybody's feelings. He wns not
afrnld of the Democratic candidate, but
hard work wns needed to keep Rob"it
Wllcov out of Congress. If the spenk
tr were elected he would da all he
could for the Interests of the Territorj
How was he to get there unless they all
worked together? It was hardly out
of place for him to nsk the votes of
his Democrntlc friends. Some might
sny he wns working for himself. Ho
was ready to bow hlmseff out If they
only assured the election of a Republi
can in his place. Personally he felt
friendly toward Wilcox, but did not
think he was a statesman to be seui
to Washington. He was going to Ha
waii, the Island of his birth, having
been told Unit ho wns needed there.
Although tho Democrats hnd bfen re
celved by a big meeting at Kohala,
they were not the ones to be fenred. It
was to get the votes away from Wl.
cox that he wns going to Hawaii. 'Af
ter some humorous remarks that can.v
ed laughter nnd applause, Mr. Parker
concluded with nn address In Hawaiian
which the nathes warmly applauded,
Tho Republican quartet here enter
tained the audience with a fclce, fol
lowed with n comic song containing
William Haywood, Collector of In
ternal Recnue, said the Intelligent
elector turned to the platform of his
party to see upon what Its cnndldutes
stood. Having satisfied themselves nj
to tho qualifications of their valid!
dates, the Huwallan people should 33
certulu what principles they were sup
porting. There was only one product,
virtually, out of which Hawaii ?ot
money to pay for necessaries uf life.
The Republican party gae assuranco
tlint Hawaii would bo paid for Its ail
Bar In dollars worth 100 cents, wherj
as Ilryan'B election would muko It li
able, that our great product would Do
paid for In 47-ceut dollms. He wns
confident, however, that tho verdict of
tho American people In November
would bo for McKlijley and un honest
dollar. Illustrating the 1G to 1 ques
tion with a showing of tho difference
In value between the I'nlted States
silver dollar nnd the Mexican, he said
the renson the United States coin went
for 100 centB gold overywhero and the
Mexican, with more sliver In It, for 43
cents was that there was unlimited
wealth back of tho American dolla..
If Ilrynn's doctrine prevailed nil thi
Atlantic greyhounds would be charter
ed to bring tho surplus slhcr of Eu
rope to America nnd tnke back the
gold of America. The United States
would speedily be reduced to the condl
Hon of Mexico, China nnd India. When
In Hongkong last fall he was Impressed
with tho truth when It took a two
horse team to carry tho money ho
needed to make somo purchases, The
Democrats had nrgued against tho an
nexation of Hawaii because, as they
said nil over tho United States, Its peo
plo were not lit to bo Incorporated In
tho body politic of tho Nation. It wns
McKlnley nnd the Republican party
that welcomed Hawaii and extended tha
strong nrm of tho Nation over thoso
Islands, Mr. Haywood supported tho
labor planks In tho local party pi it-
form. Not being familiar with condi
tions In the country districts he did
not rare to say much on municipal In
corporation, but he hoped the day was
nt least not fnr distant when evev
c'ty .town nnd hamlet would hne r
own torpornto government. He was
glad to cece tbe recommendation of nn
edeqiiate allow unco to Her Majesty thn
e-Quccn to nssuage tho sorrows of hor
declining years. In conclusion hi
ndapted the good old story of the farm
er and his two sons nnd the woodchm it
colling the boys Snm, David nnd
Hob to Illustrate the respective atti
tudes of the three local parties. Rob
was an Independent because he wanted
The band played a rally while the
speaker received hearty applause.
T. McCANTS STEWART.
T .McCatits Stewart was Introduced
ns one who was always gladly heart.
Reverting to the record demonstration
made nt the McKlnley.Roosevelt rati
fication here, he attributed the vigor
nnd t!i ecnthuslasm of Honolulu pcop'e
In pSibllc affairs to the combination of
the active Influences of the cast, mid
dle nnd west of the United States In
these Islands. Similar combinations u'
vigorous elements gave Alexander t..e
Great his fame. The vigor of the Re
publican party was due to Its young
men. People of this Territory had a
problem to solve In the choice of which
of the three parties they would follow
and support. Independent parlies hu 1
been started by able men In the Stated,
but, even under such able lenders as
Untler, Greeley and others, you would
search national history In vain with n
double magnifying glass to And tny
useful Impress mode by Independents.
The present day Uutlcr, he of North
Cnrollim, hnd to turn to the Republi
can party when he desired to effect
anything for his constituents. He
placed Prince Da; Id alongside of Wil
cox, under existing clicumstances, as a
useless man to send to Washington.
Telling of natives of the West Coast ot
Africa mnsqucradlng In n plug hat or a
Prince Albert cont,. nnd with no other
npparcl Imagining they were well
dressed, he said that the election o
Prince David or Wilcox would be slm
ply the sending of a Prince Albert coat
or n plug hat to Washington. We
wanted the United Stntes to erect pub
lie buildings nnd stnrt public works
here, when Amerlcnns, Hawaiian and
Portuguese, nil United States citizen.-)
would have employhient In public posl-
tlon nnd upon public works. Arguing
thnt Prince David would have little
If any more tnuuence at Wnshlngton
thnn Mr. Wilcox ngnlnst whom nr
his motives he had nothing to say he
went on to sny that fully respecting
the Hawaiian love of Independence, no
would nine times prefer to have the
United Stntes In possession of Hawaii
than to have Japan nt Its throat, (f.oul
applause nnd calls of "That's right. ')
Wilcox was not following the example
of Kamehameha I who fought for
the unity of the Islands. That great
Hawaiian stood not for segregation but
for nationalization, and If he lived at
this day would welcome the union of
Hawaii with the United States. Tho
speaker then reviewed Cleveland's ad
ministration to show that It was char
acterized by hard times. Before the
election the Democrats gave the Ha
waalans the glad hand but nfter the
election would give them the marblo
heart. If ever nn attempt were imrto
to limit the franchise of the Hnwallaus
It would corao from the Democrntlc
party. They were engaged today In
trying to deprive the colored people of
the United States of the franchise.
Cuba and Porto Rico would have to
look to tho Republican party for self
governmeent. Flavoring his remarks
with laughablo anecdotes, Mr, McCants
Stewart closed with reasons why Re
publicanism should he adopted by tho
people of Hnwnll, giving statistics to
show thnt the worklngmen fared better
under Republican than under Democra
tic administrations. He sat down
amidst great applause,
GEO. R. CARTER.
Geo. It. Carter .candidate for the
Senate, disclaimed experience In pub
lic speaking. In this the first cam
paign of American politics he noted
the absence of personalities and 'the
prevalence of mngnnnhnlty In parties
and between parties. They wanted
this to be n campaign of education, so
thnt eery man In every hamlet should
hao an opportunity of learning wli.it
were the principles of tho Republican
party. He wonted everybody to ie.il
ize that the will of the majority must
prevail. To Independents, nnd to Rs
publlcnns who might have an lntsn
tlon of scratching u nnmo here and
thero which they did not like, ho would
sny do not sacrifice tho principles that
they believed In for tho gratifying of
personal prejudice. It was to be
shown thnt the Hnwallnns wero capa
ble of self-government under Ameil
can Institutions, nnd thus Hawaii
would be given n good start on the
road to Statehood, Mr. Carter mndo
his single point effectively nnd was
Mr. Kumnlae, candidate fur Repre
sentative, delivered nn address In Ha
waiian which elicited frequent applause
from the many present who understood
Tho quartet sang again, after which
tho meeting broke up with the Star
Spangled Runner, It was Just 10
Tho use of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these. Ideal sewing machine.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sewing
and art needle work, All our sewing
machines ore of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, nnd nro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. ' U. Ber
gersen, agent, IG',4 Bethel street.
H U CEUBMTED 1X
becomes Dolson In a few hours and Is re
spens'ble for constipation, Indigestion,
dvsreosla. laneuor. nervousness and all
liver and kldnev Ills. Where theie Is one
or all of these ailments Hostettei 'sStomach
Blttir. should be taken at once. It pre
vents as well as cures all stomach Ills, and
Is a s;ectfic for malaria and fever and ague.
When you ce It see that a Private
Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the
Jnst as Good BTUfflAUU
Heal Estate and Insurance.
LIFE and JFIRE3
AGENTS FOR.i, .
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE Co. of Bosroij.
Etna Fire Insurance compant
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURITIES ....
P.ttlcul.r ttt.ntloa f Irn to pmcbiM tad Ml. !
H.w.ll.n Surir Stock.
Loioi NtitliM4. I.itora sat Ponlfi Slocks
408 California St.,
San PrancUco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
M.mbf r ot Havallu Stock Emsmio.
Mclneruy Block, Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokei
Mtabif ol lb. Honolulu Slock Eicaiato.
Office Queon street, opposite Unlot
T.l.pboo.' job P.O. Bci in
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Eloctro-Hydraullc Power Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to Pcx-ffloe. 123)
806 Judd Block. Tele. 688.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and d
scrtptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED. PIPES (or Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
No, 1. Business (property on Smith
street, between Pauahl and Beretanla
No. 2, Residence property on Punch
bowl street, near Vineyard street, suit
able for cottages.
No. 3. Flno suburban property front
ing on McCully street and running
from Beretnnla to King streets.
Will sell on easy terms, viz.: part In
cash, or approved stocks or bonds, bal
ance on mortgage.
Fop Sale op
Valuable business property, corner of
King and Smith streots.
A faw olllco suites In Model Block.
For particulars apply to
Cartwrlgbt Building, Merchant Street,
Wm. U. Inwi
dhoti jSpneckelii S bv
HONOLULl H, I
ian rtancUco AgcnttTut: .Nevada
National Bank op San Francisco.
Sah Frakcisco -The Nevada Nation
Bank of Sau Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of London
New Yonx American Exchange Ma
Chioaoo Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnsls.
Berlin Drasdner Bank,
Honxono and Yokohama Honk nt
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Aoitbaua Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vanoodtu Bank o
British North America..
Trtiiict i Seitnl BuUu ill Eiciuie BulM
Dtpoltts RecelTtd. Lous made on Ap-
6 roved Becarltr. Commercial and Travelers
redits Iiiaed. BUli of Exchange boagkl
Collections Peomttlt Acoopetid Fob.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, Lti
f iHCOirOIATBD VXDSI TMI LAWS 1
I op tms Hawaiian Rtrvsuc.
mnrmPttn ivn Tttnvmvino.
--- , ui,ujv4vnoi
Ckae. M. Coon, President.
tr. u. JONJta, Vice-President
C. H. Cooke, Cashier.
V. ft. ATfTVnfV,W lk.U.i.1 rtaat.&
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tenney,
. JA. McCandlen.
BolldtJl th Armtinl. nt Vlrni. n..
normtlomi. TniKf. Tnrflvi,iaU ,,, iit
carefully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
6AVING8 DEPARTMENT I
Onllnarv atrttt Tarm T&-nifi -msuiai
and Interest altowed.ln accordance with
rill AM ftTlH t-vmilltlrtn ttlna,1 I Vakau
books, copies of which may be had up,n
Savings Deposit will be
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent, .i
per annum. )t
Printed coplos of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application,
Offlce at bank building on Merchant I
BISHOP St CO.
BISHOP 6C Co.
Transact a General Banku g
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal citit s
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notico 2 per cent., (this
form will not bear interest
nnloss it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 mouths
3$ per cent., 12 months 4 J
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. 81, 1891, lUMTTJI.
Money loaned on approved security,
A Savings Bank for monthly deposit.
Houses built on the monthly Install,
Twentieth Bert . ot Stock U ntra
OFFICERS T. F TjlTi.ln nl.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. ,
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretarr.
DIREOTOnR T. F. Tjinalnv a m
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henri
otutvu, d, u. MVLiC&u, J. U, XlOlt, U. Eh.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR.
Chamber ot Commerce rooau.
Offlce Hours; 12:30 li 80 p. n. ,
Tga Yokohama ppeciB M
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,0M
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00
Reserved Fund Yen 8,0C0,OOt
The Bank bun and receives for eaa
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Draft!
ana Letters 01 credit, and
a general banking business.
On Find thpo.lt (or i. ontni, . hi !
On Flui D.po.11 (or 6 laoatti, iH
On FU.& Dopo.tt (or aioa, $
BrtboHMSOaco.atYoiioriua, m CanwIIV
alt, i t-,o iaa B.r day
Oa Fiiol Dtpotlt (or la month,, i p., m! p. a.
Hew Republic Biiluiii, ufiiu st, Eouliit
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
Ave to six lists per week, giving an1 ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PER
A. V. GEAR,
!: JutM Building, Honolulu.
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