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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, JULY 2B. 1902.
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at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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Jl'LY 23, 1902.
If the dots and dashes prove to liavo
come from California, the Pacific wilt
have outdone Marconi on wireless tests
Attend jour precinct club meeting
tonight. Let the assemblies without
exception show that the Republican
party Is out for hard work and a stead
last determination to cirrj out fair
play and unity at all hazards.
Every citizen of this Territory should
carefully read, mark, learn and in
wardly digest the Merchants' Associa
tion proposal for piomotlng tourist
trade. If practical suggestions occur
to the minds of anvone the should be
presented to the committee. Let It be
demonstrated for once that the people
of this city and the Terrltor) can get
together and having got together, act
with energetic tone
GOOD BUSIM1S6 PROPOSAL,
The report of the Mcrchunts' Asso
ciation committee on tourist travel Is
one of the mom comprehensive reviews
of what the pcoplo ougni to do in se
curing tourist travel that has cvtr
been produced by any business body
of these Islands. Hitherto the discus
sion of the tourist question has been
general. The necessity for earning
out a continuous program has been
admitted on all sides. Intermittent
efforts have been made to get down to
business, only to tnd In a spasm whlcb
gave the community a taste of what
might be accomplished If the work
were kept up und steadily made broad
it In Us scope.
The Merchants' Asboclatlon commit
tee has got down to details It lus
handled the subject ns a business pro
ject and In a business-like manner. It
presents a definite prospectus before
tiie people of Honolulu for their con
sideration, plalnl outlining the finan
cial bcenflts to be derived nnd pledging
the energy of the mercantile organiza
tion to carry It through. Changes may
be necessarj 1 framing the scheme ot
assessments b which tho proper funds
are made available, but in Its gcncrnl
phases the report offers a r'nn I (--im"
palgn cntlrclv feasible, and certain to
advance the Interests of every citizen
Of the Terrltor, whatever his trade,
profession or business connection
Put in a few words, the Merchants'
Association program means permanmt,
aggressive and Intelligent canvassing
for tourist trade and taking care of It
(ifter It Is obtained.
Experience has shown that the morn
or kss perfunctory methods of the past
are practically useless. Effervescent
enthusiasm has led to the Investment
of money In various schemes offered.
For one reason or another each muvu
uent has dropped Into a state ot In
nocuous desuetude beforo sumtient
time has elapsed to thoroughly prove
or disprove Its dividend paving valuo
to the couinninltv. A fair lest has nut
becu made of what can be accomplish
ed In materially increasing the tourist
travel to these Islands
It Is now proposed by the Merchants
Association that the test be made, that
the business community approach the
subject as It would the inauguration
of business enterprise Other cities
have done It. Honolulu can do It.
Other cities have found that the mon
ey Invested In such a project ns the
merchants now present has been a re
markably good paying Investment Ho
nolulu and the Territory at large have
(ill and more of tho assets In the way
of attractions which any city or com
munity of the world can offer. Assur
ance of telegraphic connection with the
world sets nsldc one block hitherto
found In the pathway. Wo have all the
advantages and few of the disadvant
ages of competitors. What more can
It is now up to the business men of
Honolulu to act, and in this Instance
the business community Includes thf)
mall tradesman, even the household-
era, ns well as the large corporations ar
combinations of wealth. There Is not
a single business enterprise In the Ter
ritory that does not proflt by tourist
lracl. No visitor coming to these
Islands puts less than 1100 Into circu
lation. This goes largely to the trades
man Following the program outlined
by the merchants 3000 tourists In a
car Is a eonsenathe estimate. At tho
end of one car the subscribers wilt at
least hae rcccUcd full alue for their
Investment. Once glcn standing as a
permanent Institution an Increased In
come Is assured
It seems Impossible that the nppcal
mado by the merchants will be set
aside for lack of support Enthuslastla
cooperation on all sides ought to bo
Philadelphia (Pa ) Telegraph 1
Every political convention, State or
national, Is expected to make an exhibit
of party principles, revised up to date
and affording the people a sort of ac
count current of the progress of party
affairs In the past and of party pros
pects for the Immediate future. This
duty the Harrlsburg convention has
performed, to the satisfaction of all
thinking Republicans. Such an exhibit
must necessarily be more or less of a
formality, precedent and expediency
establishing certain points which are,
as a matter of course, to be made. In
the composition now put forth we find
the usual formula, In which wc "point
wun pride and unqualified! en
dorse" and "gratefully approve" sun
dry and various things after the rules
for such cases made and provided
Properly enough, the policy of protec
tion under which the great commercial,
agricultural and Industilal Interests of
this Commonwealth have nrosDered so
abundantly Is made the first plank otJc nuovo or nrounu tuo lauio inei or
the platform, nnd the wisdom andil,08tfl excepted) beforo It drops on .ho
energy of our I'nited States Senators
and Representatives in Congress who
have done so much to secure to tho
Commonwealth fhc benefits of this
policy are ilulj acknowledged.
Tho tragic death of President Mc
Kinley Is referred to tn npproprlite
terms, and the Republicans of tho
State of Pennsylvania arc put on record
ns testifying to the respect nnd affec
tion entertained b) the people for their
iosi icaucr nnu me senso or ueep per- the table it couutB against tho plav r
sonal loss which his sad taking oft has'tIUchlns It; should, however, n ball
occasioned. The policy Inaugurated
under McKlnlej's Administration with
respect to our Island possessions Is ac
cepted as Just, honorable, and, undei
the circumstances, tho widest that
could have been formulated The pres
ent Administration receives assurance)
of hearty approval and support In
recognition of the fidelity with which
this policy has been as far as possible
put Into practice. The results accom
plished are cited brleflv but forcibly,
ns sanctioning the validity of tho
course pursued by our Government tin
dcr Republican control.
A new departure Is taken in what
mnv be regarded as the most emphatic,
as It certainly Is the most noticeable.
act of the convention set forth in this
party declaration This Is the placing
of President Hoosevclt's name beforo
the people of the countrj as the Presi-j
dcntlal candidate of the Republican,
part) In 1901 President Itooecvelt 1
commended ns emincntiv worthy to
continue the work of his lamented pre
decessor Strong In conviction, wlso
In action, thorough!) American In high
and patriotic Ideals, his leadership will
establish confidence In the success oi
Republican principles and in the con
tinued prosperity of the countrj. On
tnesenvermenisinc convention picuges
UJC IVrlUUIIV,UllO Ui V.1II1DJ mhihh iw fcV
nomination of Theodore Iloosevelt for
the Presidential office at the next Na
tional Republican Convention,
m iiniMiiiiinins ir unnnoi'ii nina run '
A DOUBLE MISTAKE.
It appears that the coronation day
for King Edward, as It was originally
fixed, was observed In ono place. Gov
ernor Dole ot the Sandwich Islands or
dered the Government offices at Hono
lulu to bo closed and nil official busi
ness to be suspended. It had not he
come known out In tho Pacific ocean
of that locality that tho King's Illms3
had postponed the event. This makes
the observance to look rather silly.
But we are Inclined to regard that ns
not being the only mistake In the mut
ter. We see no reason why Huuail
should concern ItBelf about the coie
niony of tho coronation of a British
King Hawaii is an American tcrrlto
ry There was no occasion for It to
recognize officially tho ceremonies at
tending tho coionatlou of a fore'gn
monarch If Governor Dolo had con
fined himself to his own sphere ns an
executive maglstiato, ho would nut
have made the double mistake that hn
fell Into on this occasion.
NO SECOND FIDDLE.
Indianapolis, July 9 Tho attention
of United States Senator Ileverldge
was called today to reports which have
named his as a candidato for tho Re
publican nomination for tho Vice Presi
dent in 1901 on a ticket will. Roose
velt He said that ho had heaid such
talk In Washington, but denied that he
had been Inform d b) ai- one author-
Ized to speak for the President that the
latter desired him as a running mate
Asked whether he would be a candl
dato for tho Vice Presidency, ho replied
"I will under no circumstances be-
come a candidate for Vice President,
and at no tlmo have I been considering
tho matter I am perfectly content
with my work tn the Senate."
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WILL SOON BEGIN AT
HALL OF ELKS' LODGE
RULES OF GAME GIVEN IN DETAIL.
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS ARE
MADE BY COMMITTEE.
The rules adopted by the ElKs' l'lng
Pong Committee, for the tournament
to be plavcd beginning Monday, July
28, are as follows:
1 Tho plajer who first delivers me
ball shall he called the server, and 'he
other tho striker out.
2 The ball shall be served from be
hind the end and within the llmlt of
the width of tho tnble. The server
shall stand, cither behind, or with one
foot only forward of a chalk lino to bo
drawn three feet from the edge of tho
3. The service shall be strictly un
derhand, nnd from behind the tnble;
that Is to nav, at the time of striking
the ball tho racket may not be over
the table, and no part of tho racket,
except the handle, may be above tho
4. The ball must drop on the tab'e
top bevond the net, and Is then in
play. If It drops Into the net or off ths
table It Is called a "fault," and counts
to the striker out.
S There Is no second service, ex
cept when the ball touches the net or
posts In passing over and drops on tin
table bejond the net, when It Is cailcd
a "let," aud another scrvlco Is allowcl.
C. If tho ball In play strike any nli
table, it counts against the striker.
7 Tho server wins a stroke If the
striker out falls to return tho service,
oi the ball In play.
8. The striker-out wins a stroke V
the server servo a "fault," or falls to
return the ball In play so that It falls
off tho tablo.
9. No voile) Ing Is allowed, whcthei
Intentional or otherwise, and If any
ball shall be touched beforo striking
pass the limits of the table without
dropping on It, Is dead, and counts
against the striker.
Some discussion has taken place as
to the Interpretation of the clause in
rule 3 "At the time ot striking tu
bal! tho racket may not bo over tli
tnble." The committee wishes It un
derstood that this means that the rack
et shall not be brought forward of 'he
edge of tho table when Btrlklng iho
ball. It docs not mean that the racket
shall be held below the level of the la '
hie, as this would necessitate stooping
on the part of a tall plajer. The waist
lino Is tho limit of tho underhand
servo and not the height of tho table.
The Introduction of tho three fo-jt i
chalk lino Is an Innovation which tho
rommlttco has adopted after dlscusslnu
with n number of tho best plajers in
Honolulu With one foot forward ot '
this line the plajer will bo chno
enough to tho table, find )ct wtil
avoid a "fault" being called by serving
over the table, as provided lor In
The scoring will bo by the "Amerl
can" method. That Is, tho points wi'l
be tho samo as In lawn tennis. ttio
I lui-ilimiiuiica mil uu ui-bi inu Bi'lB Mi
and the finals best three out ol
The following plajers have been en
tercd by one member of tho comml"ee
nlono: Emll Wnterman, P. M. Brooks,
George Angus, B. Do) den, 1'. Lowell, A
M. Webster, II. SI. Hepburn. All.n
Dunn, 1.0111b Horner, F. J. Woodhrldge,
Lorrln Andrews, Stewart Webster, 1)1
Rajmond, F. U. Richardson, C. S. Hoi
low ay. B. R, Rice, Henry Roth, Tins
I.lojd Jr., Ernest Clark, J. A. Tutblll,
S. Cbllllngworth Jr., C. B. High, II. L
It is expected that there will be fill
ly fifty entries when the returns are al
The pla) Ing off of tho first round vv III
begin Monday afternoon at 4 o'cloi'..
Tho hours for playing will be Monday, I
4 to 0 p m , Tuesday, 4 to nnd 7 tn
10, Wednesday, 7 to 10, and Tliun-
day, 4 to 0 and 7 tn 10.
The pla) era will bo duly notified ol
the drawings nnd the time to play 3 IT
ami any plajer who does not appear
when notified or befoio Thuisdu) al
10 p. in, will lose by default,
The following umpires hnvo been ap
pointed b) tho committee J. I,. Horn
well, I.ouIb Horner, f M IlrookH, V. E.
'I hompson Henry Roth und A E Mur
phy The 'Golden Rules foi Plug Pens
Umpires' are hero given, and eucn
iimplie will cuiry a copy in his lnnnr
vest pocket. '
The umpires will keep score, anl
see that the gnmo Is plajed strictly In
accordance with tho rules Gieat tai
ami Judgment must bo used over tiu
follow Int, points
1 Tho service Every service mt
underbuild, not below tho waist or mt
behind the end of tho tablu must h
lulled a fault Immediately. .
2 Tho score must bo called -IU
tlnttly after every point
3 In giving a Met" when tho plajof
Is obstructed by spectators.
4. If doubtful whether tho ball
touched the tablo or not,
should call a "let."
5. The result must bo handed to thf
referee, and cuio taken that tho c.-
rctt result Is given
C. The umpire must not be Iniluima
cd by anything tho spectators say. He
has been used for twenty-three years In tho manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS x
becauso It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders are mado of tho best lum
ber In the world, Hut every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl croforo these "Standards ot the
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators and Brooders that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It 1b worth your while to riad In our lata catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Involco ot assorted sizes Just rerclvod by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agent) for the Territory ot Ilnvvnll
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
We wish to nottfy those Intending to make
an exhibit nt the MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA
TION FAIR, that we are prepared to - -
RENT TRANSCENDENT LAMPS OF 500 C. P.
for the occasion at a very low rate, and
will attend to the lighting and care of lamps.
Cheaper and better than electricity.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager
Repair work of all kind done with
neatness and on short notice.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions, Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
shall glvo Judgment according to hli
tln opinions cntiiely.
7 All disputes or doubtful quo
lions of law shall bo referred to ani
decided by tho referee.
The"eontlnuatlon of Chapter IV of
the Onlum Cache on Maul, to be pub-
lished In Saturday's Bulletin, will tell
how the lava tunnels were searched
and what came of It.
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PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
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ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
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Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE 80, 1901, IKMWm
Moaey loaned on approved security
A Saving Bank tor monthly deposit
House built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock I now
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Pre!
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President'
O. B. Gray, Treasurer: A. V. Gear
. RECTORS J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyt
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd.
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The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, issues Drafts
and Letter ot Credit, and transact
general banking business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. Per annum
For 12 month 4
For 6 month 11
For S month 1
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11. King Slree
Ail Lovers of the Sport
aro requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fnrtlll
xers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed'i Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE):
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P.ft B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurine (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co. ,
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Woiks, St, Louis, Mo,
The Standard (.11 Co
The Ceo. F. Blaku Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
i ALEXANDERS BALD WINIfd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prea.
' T T Pnnl.ii rr. ......
I... a. wuan liCHBUICI
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R, Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial ft
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co, Klbel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian 8ugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Cc
Wm. G. Irwin & Go
I Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager
uiaus aprecKcls vice President
W. M. Gl Hard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross... Auditor
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PANY OF HARTFORD.
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8ugar Plant. Co., Onoinoa Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
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LIST OF OFFICERS;
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I Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Serretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
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Union Gas Engine Co.
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