Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27, 1902.
attracts hundreds of buyers
BY FIFTH DISTRICT
GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT EVER
HELD IN HONOLULU.
Store has been crowded ever since
the sate began and It has In every
way been an unqualified success. Ev
eryone who bought Is satisfied at the.
great bargains offered, and hundreds
of ladles hare taken advantage of the
sweeping reductions to lay away gar
ments "for a rainy day".
Sale Continues All This Week
STORE OPENS AT 3:30 A. M.
Come Early and Avoid th: Rush.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN
FIGURES AND SOLO FOR
rectly or Indirectly, upon any Federal
1. Wo declare that the employment
of Asiatics, directly or Indirectly, by
the Territory or any of Its political
sub-dlvWons, In preference to avail
able citizens or qualified voters should
be strictly prohibited by law.
5. We declare that eight hours should
hereafter constitute a day's work on
The meeting of the fifth Dlstr! And we further recommend that each
Committee of the Republican party, precinct club shall, on or before thu
called at the Instance of the requislto Stb of September, meet and suggest a
number of members, was held In head- candidate for the House and a (list
quarters In the Elite building last and second choice for candidates for
night. To show that there was n great the Senate on the Republican ticket,
deal of Interest in what was to bo all of which may or may not be ac-
brought up, every member of the com- 'copied by the District Committee,
mtttce was piescnt in person or by In support of this lesolutlon the In
Droxv. The room In which the meet troiluirr iiresciited the totals of voles
Ing was held was very well filled, cast In the various divisions suggest- nil public works of the Territory or
there being present, besides the mem cd. at thu last general election. They, Its political subdivisions.
bers of the committee, a number of were as follows: Klrst and Second fi. We urge continued liberal appro
outsiders who wished to follow tha precincts, I9. Third. 1'ourth and prlatlons for the maintenance of our
drift or the work. 'Fifth, 122; Sixth, 102. Seventh, 172, ' unfoitunate fellow citizens segregated
The meeting was calted to order by Eighth and Tenth. 1S9; and Ninth, 149. at Kalaupapa and Kalawao, Molokul
Chalrtnnu Achl Bhortly niter 7 30 Mr. Carter. In rising to second the 7. We favor a continuation by the
o'clock. When the roll was railed, ret-olutlon of Mr. McCandlcss said Legislature of the present permanent
Knulitkou nnswered for Nalnoa nnd that the Introducer very evidently had ' hcttlemcnl upon ex-Queen Mlluoka
Kuncwa and when some discussions no Intention of taking uvva any of tin- lanl.
came up, he began to talk. Later on, preiogatlvcs belonging to the District
other proxies of later date from theso Committee. If adopted, the lesolutlon
two men, wcie handed in to the secre- 'would he the means of starting a move
tary, and the result was that Kaulu-' nient in the new divisions, there would
kou, on rising onco more to speak, be an Impulse to work, and the party
would 1)0 strengthened In all the pre
cincts. It was necessar) to stir up the
voters. The suggestions made would
only be iccelvcd by the committee as
such. In tact, the committee might
not dein it expedient to name a err-
long users of light
The following lift of users who burn light many hours
attest the efficiency and economy of the
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
If it were not because It Is the most reliable and oconvi
leal, they certainly would not use it Think this over
Brooklyn Saloon. Wilder Wharf, Imperial Cigar Store,
Union Grill, Pacific Club, Elite Ice Cream Parlors, Fashion
Saloon, Columbia Saloon, Encore Saloon, Maile Saloon,
First National Saloon, Walkiki Inn, Boston Saloon, Ho
bron Drug Co., Progress Saloon, San Antonio Society, Pan
theon Saloon, Hoffman Saloon and the Cosmopolitan Saloon.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KING STREET, HEAR ALAKEA - - TEL MAIN 390
was railed to order and asked to sit
down since he had absolutely nothing
to do with the deliberations. I
Before proceeding with the business
of the evening, Chairman Ac.nl Btated '
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. VENTURA AND NBVADAN
Shrimps, I lb. and 2 lb. tins. "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon.
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchllados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
that Chairman RobcrtBou of the Cen-1 tain man suggested as a candidate,
trnl Committee had seen him during j Under such circumstances, It could do
the afternoon and told him that the b0. The resolution was undoubtedly
Portuguese Political Club had made a J meant to get at the sentiment of the
proposal to the Republican party. A urluus precincts concerning the most
committee had waited on the Central ' popular men. The result of the adup
Committee and had asked that the tlon of the resolution would be to btlui-
l'ortuguese colony bo given reprcBen-' ulate local pride and bring about uulty
tatlon In the Legislature. The plan
was to appoint a committee of flvtt
from the Tlfth District Committee,
Ave from the Fourth District Commit
tee, and five from the Central Com
mittee, these men to meet with tho
An amendment to the lesolutlon in
the shape of the last paragraph, as
glveu above, was Introduced by J. I..
Holt, accepted and Incorporated.
Mr. Low said he approved of what
committee of the Portuguese Political Mr. Carter had said but he did not
Club for the purpose of discussing tho nppiuvu of the resolution. The Sixth
matter of representation. Mr. Achl 'precinct, of which he was a member,
stated further that he had been given 'had taken the lend in the matter and
to understand there were three or four tho delegates from there had already
hundred Portuguese votes In thu cly. ' been pledged to certain men. Whcu
J. D. Avery said tho Portuguese was J they came together, they would vote
an element that ought to be represent-1 lor their men. The resolution was
ed. Ho did not think there vvfcro such that the Impression would go
enough Portuguese In the Filth DIs- abroad that the whole district delega
trlct to entitle them to representation, Hon would be compelled to vote for
but certainly no harm could como the men to whom the delegates of the
from tho Fifth District Committee to sixth had been pledged, ft should be
consider the matter. made plain that tho whole plan ,as
This was put In the form of a motion simply in the nature of a suggestion,
and carried, and the chair appointed I It was a delicate matter and should bo
tho following committee: Messrs. J. 'handled us such.
D. Avery (chairman). Wm. Henry, Mr. Carter said tho point was well
Isaac, Lot Lane nnd Shaw. Chairman taken. The resolution cottld be made
Achl named George Carter on th perleetly harmless by nddlng n few
committee nnd .Mr. Avery objected, words. He made suggestions, others
sajlng that tho name of tho proxy 'mado othcis, and the resolution was
carried by Caiter should bo given. lSoon fixed up In the form In which it
This was James Davis. Tho chair saw 'appears above, and adopted,
the justice of this contention and I Platform Suggestions.
changed tho name according to ths At this rolnt nnd under tho head of
suggestion. It wns then that Mr. Car-! builuess of the evening, Mi. Avery In
ter decided that he was really too troduced a resolution In which wero
busy to attend to the thing and would , included platform suggestions to be
ask that someone else bo appointed, submitted to the vurlous precinct
Mr. Shaw was then put on committer, clubs. As a prefaco to tho Introduc-
James A. Low of Honolulu plnnta-ltlon of the resolution, he stated that
tlon said this committee should report two things wero necessary to Itepub-
FIRE PROOF SAFES
OUR STOCK OP
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices in Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
Theo. H. Davies & Go.Ltd. &&
back on what had been done. Ho did
not believe that anything should bo
done In tho matter so far as tho Fifth
was concerned. The Portugueso
should not have representation there.
Such a proceeding would simply Us
Hiking representation away from
wherci It belonged.
Chairman Achl announced that be
would Instinct the committer to ro.
llcan success. The first was proper
candidates and the second, a piopcr
platform. He would move that th,o
resolution he was about to ot'or, bo
icferred to the various precinct clubs
for their consideration and for recom
Herniations to thu committee. Mr.
Avery then read his resolution, which,
as finally acted on, was as follows.
S. Wc urge liberal appropriations for
the Improvement nnd maintenance of
the public highways throughout tho
9. We recommend suitable legislation
for tho promotion of diversified Indus
tries throughout the Territory.
IV. We demand a seat In school for
every child of school age born of u
citizen or of any one eligible to be
come a citizen. Wc favor the addition
of a university to the public school s)s
tem of Hawaii and we demand a liberal
ami properly distributed appropriation
to enforce this plank.
11 Wc declare against the centrali
zation of power In the hands of one
man or a few men. not only In the body
politic, lint also In party organizations.
12. We declare that no corporation
should be permitted to obstruct or close
more than half of any public street or
highway at one time, but should keep
half of the same always open for traf
fic 13, We recommend that the next
Legislature appoint a tax commission
to remodel and revise our taxation
laws upon a moro equitable basis and
rcpoit at the next succeeding Legisla
ture. 11. We urge Congress to authorize
tho return to the Territorial Treasury
such an amount from the Federal rev
enues collected In Hawaii as will pay
the awards of the Fire Claims Com
mission and the expense of keeping the
ports of this Territory in a sanitary
And be It further resolved that It t
Ike sense of this Committee that tho
said Convention should Instruct tho
next Republican Territorial Central
Committee to Immediately organize
and mulntalna free labor bureau for
the benefit of Republican voters.
And be It further resolved that It Is
the bense of this Committee that tha
said Territorial Convention should ap
point a commission to proceed nt onco
to draft a count) and municipal gov
ernment bill to be presented to the
Legislature as a Republican measure,
said committee to first report the draft
of such bill when prepared, to the Re
publican Territorial Central Commit
tee, "who shall refer the same to tho
several Republican District committees
for ratification and suggestions, In or
der to make the law, when finally
passed, most perfectly adjusted to the
local conditions in the several districts.
J. D. AVERY.
Honolulu, II. T.. Aug. 2rt. 1302.
The resolution as originally Intro
duced contained thu following Intro
duction which was later on stricken
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT GASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTfl KING STREET
Hpsnlidil Tlmt tlin nYpnlltlvft rnm.
nori at the next meetlnir on what had .,,1...... i i,.....i.. i..t.-,,..i,..i ... i.- i. out by general consent, It being deem
been done In thu piomlsca. I precinct clubs to net on the follow lug eU ra,iru fitllnK lllut nolll,DB vvhlch
No Rules Ready. j resolutions or an) part thereof to be
Under tho head of reports of com- recommended by them to their ssieral
mlttees, Mr. Sherwood was called upon delegations In the Teultorlal Cunou
to present tho report of the committee tlou:
on lilies. Ho reported that one mect The Republican party of Hawaii
could In any way be construed as be
Ing along the line of dictation should
be allowed to creep In:
"Whereas, the members of the Re
publican District Committees arc elect
Ing had been hid but that tho commit- heartily endorses the policy of 'our ll-ifd "l 'J10 8amB """? aih? dclesaK
teo had not been able to como togcth- lustrlous Republican President. Theo- l" "" i"""-" i;..iu.m. v,uu.-u-
cr. While a rough draft had been (lore Roosevelt, us expressed In nut tlon. and nt the same primaries; and.
prepared, the lilies wero not ready for first message to Congress that "In Ilui whereas, the Republican District
presentation to tho committee. wall our aim should be to develop the Committees shaie with the delegations
Tho chair stated that at tho last Territory aloug traditional American 4fm tl"' several districts to the Itepub-
meeting tho Instruction to the commit- Hues," und we pledgu each nnd all of l"cnn J'if ""r"U Collven"n tho re-
teo had been that they report at tho our candidates to assist tho President '-PonslMIIty for the success of Itepub-
,vi ni....iim itn unnii.ii ilm ninm. in ti, nttninm.mt nf tits minim.,, nv "ca" principles In Hawaii, It becomes
every mcuns plated within our power '""" "" ", '"""' ",ul '""' '
by tho people of this Territory and ,0' a'""'1'1 oxuess tho views of their
with the utmost dispatch. (several districts as they find them, not
Moro specifically, wo declaro tho U,B '"" iumeir several cic-ieg
principles upon which we ask tho sup
Some choice kinds of cheeso and other eatables at our delicacy
counter that will prove a great addition to tho table. Try them:
Edam, Pineapple, Oregon Full Cream Brick, California Full Cream
Frommage de Brie, Camembert, Kronen, Neufchattel, Sierra, Schlois
Kase and Breakfast Cheese.
Pickled Pearl Onions, Spiced and Sweet Pickles, German Dill Pic
kles, Mixed Pickles and Extra Fine Ripe Olives all these In bulk.
Smoked Beef Tongue, Chipped Beef, New Smoked Salmon, Bloat
ers and Aberdeen Herrings, Bismarck, Holland and Spiced Herring a
If you are not getting good butter, try our CRYSTAL SPRING
BUTTER. It is the BEST obtainable.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 4R.
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements have been made to
have this flno mineral water bottled la
this city at tho Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of SO Bottles (pints)
A rebate of Ono Dollar will bo made
upon the return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270,
Large stock of new goods ex. Alameda.
Take advantage of our low prices.
DRY GODDS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Huuanu St.
P. O. Boi w) Tat. tl
"WT.l$rC3r VETO CHAN
THU OLDEST Clli. 'SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dl. la FIm S Itn us Gu.l LImsi.
CblDtM o4 Jipiom OmIi ! All Klslt
bers to be sure to have thu report rea
dy before tho calling of another meet
ing McCandlejs' Resolution.
At this port, I.. L. McCnndless pre
sented the following resolution:
Whereas, The responsibility falls up
on this body of selecting six candi
dates from tho Fifth District as Rep
resentatives of the Republican parly,
Whereas, Wc believe It to be In th
Interest of our party to appeal to local
pride and to stimulate local work, and
Whereaa We belie ie that by he mil
tual assistance of all tho precincts each
can succeed, now thereforo bo It
Resolved, That we recommend ths
following apportionment of the six rep
resentatives among the various pre
clncts, based upon the Republican
strength as shown nt tha last election:
First. From tho first and second pre
cincts, one representative,
Second. From the third, fourth and
fifth precincts, ono representative.
Third. From tho sixth precinct, ono
Fourth From tho seventh precinct,
Fifth, From tho eighth and tenth
precincts, one representative.
Sixth. Fi om the ninth precinct, ono
Drays Top Freight
Our representative mrU all lneom
Ing steamers from the Coast, and
check baggage on all outgoing ituii
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 111
King street Tel B.
. LARSEH, UTr.
tions In the said convention, hut to
port of tho voters of this Territory to taBil '" ,""Vl'n'!on '" fran,l"K a
be tho following platform which will roflect most close-
i w nr .nuihntlcnllv nn.l iinrnm. !'X the Fenflnienfs of tho rank and fllo
promisingly opposed to any restriction "f V" Ucl',ll'llcnn P"' an1 ntUact ,n
- . I II... rrrtinti tit Minn ia. rt Mn,. 1.1,1,.
of the franchise In this Territory, oth
er than the present educational quali
fication, which is fully adequate for
tho protection of the purity of the bal
lot 2. We demand the establishment on
Ot hnfnrA Mnfnmlui 1 Iflftf rt nnunrv
and municipal government In Hawaii, f "llfT?"1
It tho greati st number of voters hith
erto affiliated with other organiza
tions; therefore ha It
"Resolved, That It Is the sense of
the Republican Fifth District Commit
tee that the substance of tho follow
ing planks bhnuld, among others, bo
modeled after the most advanced and
popular systems now in operation else
where in the United States.
3. We urge the lmmedlato prohibi
tion by I'ecutive order or Congics
slonal enactment of tha employment In
Hawaii of Oriental or other alien con
tractors or laborers of any kind, dl-
54.22 for 25 cts!
V Lndlos'-WATCH Corns'
fh.lll-. Vv Mean whil VV c Su I V our
ifisSVlA Choice ol&ollJllvcr,Uuldlliitt
:iAvdW'lirbllvcrorc. VmnruiU nmMkoii.:
rV..., 4l F l ,inu.nit...vnUn On.l m.mnl ....... ... .1... .... I !....
:v"".':,,7:'.,'.. ...".";,.,;. i """ i"" " m i
ui nnd und !, h., irnir I i ear spoke. In part, as follows;
l"rtttyi'l.T!in."ljrutM.irilrr. ivr'ii'B , i .
Scmt Book Co BOI3U. hnHI. H Carolina
tnrlal platform, and, bo it further
"Resolved, That the following planks
be and hereby are recommended by
this committee to tho favorable consld
oration ot the Ttepubllcan Territorial
Convention which will convene yep
tcmber 1 1'hi.', nuil especially of the
delegates thereto elected from the
Fiftli Repit'rtcntutlvo District."
laukea Outlines Position.
The whole resolution was translat
ed Into Hawaiian by Colonel C. 1'. lau
lea. who, having completed his task,
aiose tu bay a fow woids with rcler-
When You Want a Rig
rino up tun
LIVERY BOARDING and
I I 1 ! i 5IB FORT OT
ruble Those. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, '1'nones 319 nd .
C. H. BELLINA.
tl b si
(Continued on I'ago 7.)
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR HA
CHINEIIY of every capacity and i
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler wort
nd niVETED PIPES for lrrigatloi
purpose s n specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOR WORK, and rpln
siwnted t shortwrt notice
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Tlooms 208-209 Doston build
Ing, Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main S8B; Res
Idenco. White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; S to I
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 1 p.m
P. O. Dox 801.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : I
Delivered to any part ot
eity by courteous driven.
Oahn Ice and Electric Ca
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFMAN & HARKHAH.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort Ht., bet. Queen and Merchant
retkfiit. Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng first-class. Complete Un
Key West and Domestic Cigars tlwaya
H. J. NOLTE, - Proorietor.
M. PhllliDS & Co.
Wholsuls Importers nd Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort nd Queen 8ts
DECKER, FERNANDES & CO.
Real Estate Ajents.
Wo also make a specialty of enlarging.
Office, cor. South and King Streets.
P. O. Bqi 321: 'Phono 2f2 Main.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of