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TOE HONOLULU KEPUBLrCAS.
Published Every Moraing Except Xoa-day
by the RobL Grieve Publishing
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Editorial Hooms 123
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Six Months, by Mall 400
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iPhcreJs araeh speculation as to the
SJInfa of tho next prosfdeat of the
m&x of HaeUh.
Ta ilojwbHcaa Is fc4d!ng pretty well.
thank yo. Its advertising columns
speak for themselves. Por a paper only
Ikreo ay oW. It fMtls that
abowx It is a weteonw arrival ia
Dr. Crmlekel not? has the
of protecting tho community
from a seamd visitation of the plague.
though the fact that he possesses tho
amUa etjnJHlence of the community
fihotritl lighten hie burden considerably.
That was a pleasant sight at St.
Lotite College yesterday when the Stars
and Stripes were rai3od over the
by the pupils in a public ceremony.
The good example set by the
brothers in charge of the college
fmJuId be followed by those in charge
of every school in Hawaii.
Complaints have been both loud and
Humorous over the delay In the fumigation
of the Australia's freight, and
everyone knows that the fault does not
lie with any of the employes of Wa G.
Jrvin & Co. This office has been a
henvy sufferer on account of much-needed
material not coming to hand
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Tho Board of Health should take
prompt and energetic action in regard
to tho jbuildlngs being constructed in
the now Chinatown at the lower end
of LUIha street It is important that
all.fco made to comply with the very
irfctst sanitary regulations and that
ub accumulation of filth be permitted
tm!er the buildings.
Alexander Young is setting a splendid
oxamplc for other moneyed men of
Honolulu by the erection of the
flcont building which is to occupy the
block of land bounded by King, Hotel
and tho now street to run through ihe
Arlington Hotel grounds. Such enter
pribos are of a public, as well as a pn
vato nature, and Mr. Young is deserv
ing of the praise of all citizens for Ills
On account of the manifold duties involved
in getting out a new paper The
Republican was unable to publish a
column of church nows this morning.
It is desired to make such a column a
regular feature of the paper every Saturday
morning, and to this end the
churches of the city are requested to
furnish such Information as they can
concerning their work of the week and
tue Sunday services.
Tho Republican trusts there will be
no slip in the movement to establish
n line of refrigerator steamers between
this port and San Francisco. Thos-who
have given the idea any though:
believe it will pay, and the casual observer
feels sure of it Such a Hue
.would mean better meats in the local
Biuxkets. fresh and deciduous
fruits, while in return the Islands
could supply all the "Western
States with fresh bananas, pineapples,
alligator pears papains, breadfruit and
otner purely tropical productions.
Kpr some days past an appeal has
appeared In the Honolulu-papers on
behalf oi a committee of the Chinese
residents, asking for contributions in
behalf of the new English school for
Chinese. As explained by the committee,
the Chinese residents were very
heavy sufferers by the plague and many
vho would have been glad to have contributed
liberally to the school are prevented
from doing so on account of
ti.nir Iomps. The effort to establish
and The Republican trusts that the
.well-to-do of the city will respond
to the appeal. It will he money
The fact that the method of street
sprinkling In Honolulu is to be revolutionized
will be hailed with delight
by every citizen. Tho methods u.
yogue have been most objectionable.
Instead of sprinkling, the carts nave
4et loose such a flood of water tnat they
wrncd the streets Into slush pools. The
streets were either dusty or mjdey au
the time, there was no intermediate
.ground. If the new superintendent will
now iuau&Urate the wors of reaving
the business streets under the latest
Improved metnods property values will
be Increased much wore than, the crel
of the repaying. XoLkiSf does so aaucii
to advertise a city' as vcjlj!ved aad
dctn streflts. .
A subject t tue greatest lmportBc
io Ha wiili and ous that should be called
;a the, atteatica cf Cocgreue at ihe
mklle&l potiribk owsat is that of the
cMpatwt ut0f4n fro ihe awlalaad.
WU ib tHB laws ot the aatloa
stH& a duty Uoa th daageroas
drujf as to jnakeJt practically
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THE HCXOEULTJ BEPUBLTCA2?, SATOBDAX, JUXE IS, 1820. . wim? 4 - $
itive, there Is a law to prevest Its
salpseat to these Jstaads Xros the
Coast ports. With the Urge
ixjpulation In the Territory, l k
cf the utmost importance that restrictions
as rigid as those under the republic
be Imposed upon the importation
of plnni into the Islands. Tru.
there are restrictive laws on the statutes
regarding the saie of the drag, bat
these cannot prevent its shipment into
the Territory from the Mainland. One
of the "first acts of the first Legislature
should be to memorialize Congress to
pass a law absolutely forbidding the
shipment of opium from the Mainland
A DEPOSABLE APPOCt T2EEXT
Whether JV. S. Edings Is genuine or
not In his expressions cf surprise at
his olovntioa to the bench It is impassible
to say? but The Republican can
zuzst to the painful surprise, the bitter
disappointment, the shock to the
inteJlGfftual and moral sense of this
community, which his appointment
3Ir. EJings' character and standing
as a lawyer and as a citizen are not
such, and have nercr been during th
period of his residence in thi3 community,
as tot suggest him judicial
place. If there 13 a man at tbu
Hawaiian bar who could not have commanded,
and justly commanded, more
support for any position from his professional
brethren and from the rood
citizens of the commounity than W. S.
Edings. The Republican cannot place
bim In mind.
Mr. not only lacking in the
intellectual and professional attainments
which a lawyer should possess
before aspiring to a judicial position,
but his private life and career ia Honolulu
are such as to make paten: the
impropriety of hi3 eppointment to i ny
sober, thoughtful, responsible position
In the community, and to those members
of the bar who love their profession,
honor the bench and who believe
that those who occupy it should be
something more than a "good fellow"
it is a positive shock.
The poor man, struggling and toiling
to earn his daily bread in the.
sweat of his brow and forced at times
by a confluence of unfortunate circumstances
to strain his credit that he may
"make the buckle and tongue meet.'
may command our commiseration, but
a man who will bilk every person, who,
animated by generous impulses, extends
to hlra a helping hand, that h"
may gratify an abnormal appetite for
the luxuries, frivolities and vanities of
life is beneath the trust and confidence
of the community and not above the
contempt of any man.
It is a notorious fact that W. S Edings
is blacklisted by every tradesman
and laborer in Honolulu wo has had
the misfortune to suffer his patronastp.
He is not only a delinquent to
diverse creditors, but is apparently
such without regret or sense of shame,
anu this fact alone should have been
suhicient, and doubtless would have
been sufficient, had it been known at
Washington to have defeated his appointment
to the high position to
which occult influences have assigned
It' is tho supreme duty of the Honolulu
Bar Association to take immediate
action to secure the recall of Mr.
Edings' appointment, and It is l.Kewise
the supreme duty of every good citizen
to'back the bar association in what will
generally be accounted a painful, but
strict, obligation .which it owes to the
profession and Jo the community.
WHAT THEY SAY OF TJS.
(From the Advertiser.)
The Morning Republican makes a
neat appearance. The paper says that
It will issue on Sundays but not on
Mondays. E. S. GUI, formerly of the
Arizona Republican and many other
dallies, is the editor, and has the reputation
of being a competent journalist.
(From the Star.)
The Honolulu Republican made Its
Initial bow yesterday, and enters the
field of morning journalism. The Star
extends the hand of fellowship to the
new venture In the literary field. The
Republican's pages are larger in tUe
than these of any other paper at present
published in Honolulu. In its opening
editorial The Republican says that
'It will not be the party nor personal
organ of any man, faction or cliii3v
butj, a broad-minded, patriotic newspaper,
run as a legitimate purveyor of
fFroni the Independent)
local field of journalism. The Jloncauu
Republican, which appeared this morning
conttmporaneousiy with the official
birth of the Territory of Hawaii.
If Editor Gill adheres- to the pria
iiples announced ia his salutatory it
will be a long time before he need
.vrlte his valedictory.
Although it is usually rather unfair
o criticise initial numbers. The
is entitled to favorable
In all its departments.
It intends to attempt the novelty of
publishing a Suucay, but not a Monday,
paper. The motive Is an excellent
one for a morning paper, for it gives to
.ts employes the Sabbath day's- rest
This move Ehould be approved, of by
aur dearly beloved friends, of the denominational
churches and alphabetical
Honolulu now rejoices American-English
wrltisg journals on behalf
j the jlepablicaa issrty and only our
own little napkin saeet to defead the
Hawaila JeBcr!ic vote, ad yet we
think we will have a toa&riry at the
(Froa the Balletia.)
The Hjnk1b)h Hepublkaa this
BKMrains fcegB, it Is to be hoped, a
loa aad povrerf al .err, fives promise
of fulfilling alT the high Meals of
lis. promoters. People of this dtr hare
for soae time felt the seceselty of 4
sewspaper in the Rjoralnsfield
isily and Iorciauy uphoia tne
h.1 rMAk.lb nwti.A(lA0 4bA I
.r . V ir'p; ""Leradita any part or the city jor75c par
lawau i s iemwt t, ,uk
UsUed States. The RejwWkan approaches
its isipartast task, nnafslly,
aae at thesaase time gives proof of Its
recGgnltioa ottheJhrst teaetof
give the aewa.
Ik typographical The
is seat ia appearance and thor
oughly Hp-to-date. Editor Edwin S.1
GUI is an able writer, thoroughly
equipped by wide experiesce in
newspaper work: to direct his
paper along the lines of aggressive conservatism.
With Arthur Johnstone city
editor, assisted by D. L. Coakling and
a corps of capable reporters. The Republican
has a staff of workers well
and favorably known to the people of
the Territory and of proved capacity
for getting the news. The Bulletin offers
hearty congratulations to its new
contemporary and offers best wishes
for Its continued success.
Secret Councils 2f ot Wanted.
To the Editor of The Republican:
Sir: Can it be possible that Governor
Dole Is about to perpetuate that
iniquitous Institution, the "Executive
Council," under the name and style of
the Governor's Council? As an American
I cannot but protest against anymore
star-chamber proceedings, snen
a3 wrre carried on under the cloak of
the Executive Council. Does Governor
Dole forget that he Is now in th-
United-States, where such secret insti
tutions are unknown, that he
intention of foisting such
an un-American one as that on the
1 people of this Territory?
An evening paper reports secretory
Cooper as saying that theTegular sessions
of the Executive Council have
been "a great source of strength to the
Government" Probably they were, on
tho principle that In union there Is
strength, even in a Cabinet under
President Dole, but scarcely one-tenth
of the' people will agree with our new
Secretary in his belief.
The secret sessions and stir-chamber
proceedings of President Dole's
Cabinet did more to weaken his
In the minds of the people at
large than anything else since the overthrow
cf the monarchy. The days are
gone by when such little family deals
as have been going on for the past four
or five years can be continued any
lorper, and Governor Dole should not
fail to Tcmcmber that in place of one
snecial agent to watch him, as before,
every good American here will be a
special agent to keep him in paths of
Americanism and make him hew to an
American line. That we shall not hear
any more of the proposed resuscitation
of the old Cabinet system Is the sincere
Tvish of one good American.
"Present," but Absent.
T,o the Editor of The Republican:
Sir: In the interest of accuracy and
wholly without any wish to be captious,
the writer is impelled to protest
against the Advertiser's very erroneous
list of "those present" at the
inaugural ceremonies Thursday
In supplying the names tho reporters
must have drawn heavily on
aged lists of outgoing passenger steam-,
ers, to say nothing of the visiting rolls
of city physicians and twisted imaginations.
There is 'no "Justice Whitney.';
There is no "Mrs. W. H. Hoare."
There is no "Mrs..C. Bolte" inv Honolulu
at this time. "Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Jones" are in Philadelphia. There is a
Mrs. Goo Kim, and the lady was present
"Hon. A. G. M. Robertson" occupied
but one chair, though, possibly, he
may be entitled to two. "Mrs. J. A.
McCandless" is on the Mainland. "Hon.
and Mrs. Henry Waterhouse" are qn
the Mainland. All this and more -is
only on a par with the boasting sheet's
At Waialua. -The
hotel at Waialua is becoming a
very popular place for 'Honolulu people
to spend a day or two. During t!i
past holidays many folks-took advantage
of a chance to get Into the country.
Among the guests lately at
were R. S. Moore, S. C. Irving,
San Francisco; 0. H. Clapp,- F. S.
Dodge and Honolulu; Miss
Charles, Miss Livingston, New York;
Mrs. H. L. Hawthorne, Washington,
D. C; D. G. Camarinos. John
Walter G. Smith and family, Lewis
S. Gear, C. C. Bitting. H. C. Abel and
family. M. T. Dsnnell, Dr. Cleveland,
Jcanie JIcAdan, E. W. Jordan and
wife, Honolulu; H. G.Hime, Heeia; Josephine
E. Tildeu and mother, Caroline
M. Bcasiey. Minneapolis, Minn.;
George P. Thielen, Los Angeles, Cal.;
P. Maurice McMahon, HUo;,C. H. W.
Norton; John Etfinger, Misses Dorothy,
Eleanor and C. Louise Ehinger and
maid, A. F. Cooke, Honolulu; J. M.
Lydgate, Kauai; Wm. P. Dennison
Michigan; Charles H. Merriam, Massachusetts;
Charles Phillips and wife.
Lottie J. Matthews, Bessie M. Mills,
James Lyle and wife, Hcnolulu.
The Tood Inspector.
Mr. Edmund C. Shorey of the Food
Department is at work on his report
for lastimonth, which will include the
nsaal batch .of .milk adulterations and.
butter iraWs. Since the late backing
received by the Food Inspector from
the, local court that first hears the
xasesxthe Food Inspector states, that
ne is greauy encourasea in carrying on,,
the light against frauds which are a!-,
ready beginning to diminish. Baking
powders have been thoroughly examined,
and la many jcases have heen
At present iK Shorey is at work on
honeys and samples of Chinese Dread,
such as is vended by the
The Food Inspector js also making
further examinations of the palatably
water of the Nuuann valley reservoirs,
which are running low and may
be the cause of some of the prevalent
annoying sickness now going around
The Census Betcxns.
The Censns Bureau has come to the
conclusion that Honolulu, which is for
their purposes the whole ct the District
of Kona, Tsrill fail to show 40,000
Inhabitants. Superintendent A. T. At-
kipson is authority tar the statement
that present returns will show .creer
SMBUt lees than '-W,W in Honolulu.
Great numbers of Orientals haTe left
for pteKtauchs since the fire, and
goae ,to San
ready, cosapleted their dittrfct aad are
being assigned to ethers -where the
eaaer&torshave,feeccHe ill or
Ut vk? too litUe for
Uncle Sasa topay for'tie woric he require.
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established business of the
late Robert Grieve, it -will be
our aim to uphold the
so long1 held by him for
first class work in every
department of the printing
office, while our increased
cilitift enable us to fill orders
fat much shorter notice than
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to be snipped to cs
Under the Old Tariff,
amoujj whicn comnriscs an elegant
Ladies' Goll Capes
Bagatelle Boards, etc.
NO. 10 FORT ST.
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer
Is ued daily by bnmltnNot tho best
peIle In the HawalLon Island. It has tocl
tbe tet of time am! It3 imrlw uow
generally conceded. Sx Uiat you set tho
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TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
Notice Is hereby given that the Governor
has made the following appointments:
MR. E. P. DOLE, Attorney-General.
MR. J. A. McCANDLESS, Superintendent
of Public Works.
JIR. A. T. ATKINSON, Superintendent
or Public Instruction.
MR. J. F. BROWN, Commissioner of
MR. H. C. AUSTIN. Auditor.
Mr. H. O. ME VERS, Dsputy Auditor.
MR. A. M. BROWN. High Sheriff. .
MR. W. D. ALEXANDER, Surveyor
MR. A. b. HAWr;S, JR., Private Secretary.
HENRY x-. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Honolulu, June 14th, 1200.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
Honolulu, June loth, 19C0.
Notice is hereby given that applications
for all Licenses heretofore issuer:
by the Minister of the Interior m at
hereafter bemade to the Treasurer,
and all papers concerning Corporations.
Companies. Partnerships. Bust-
fl. .-. fii.
ess conuucieu uy nameu noiueo.
Newspapers and Registration of Prints.
Labels and Trade-marks heretofore
filed with the Minister of the Interior
must hereafter be filed 'with the Treasurer.
The following Tariff of Charges are
For administering anj oath. One Dollar.
For every Charterr Ten Dollars.
For Amendment to Charter, FiTe
For Certificate of Disincorporation,
For Certificate of Articles of Association.
For eTery copy of any doexseat.
Fifty Cents pere cne hundred words.
Tor recording ajayxdocaajent, Fifty
Cents per one
HENftY E. COOPER,
To All WhcK It May Coeccrm:
THk is to certify tht Emll NyeIa
not a comrade of the Grssd Army of
the RepebKc and has bo right te "srear
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THE IVER JOHNSTON BICYCLE
L? the newest candidate, and ejection teems likely to c unanimous.
ITS TBICES AKS ONS REASON-
Medium Grade, $40.00 High Grade, $45.00
Racer, $55.00 Chainless, $75.00
life latest product is a Special Wheel, bull; Light ar.l lUgfd. al thxs
equal in every point oi sny S50 wheel on lav market.
Ehler's Block, Fort Street
TWO RETAIL STORES
CORNER FORT AND KLG STREETS, and
AVAYERLX BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
HENRY MAY & CO., LT
' SUCCESSORS to
J. T. WATERHOUSE, HENRY MAY & CO.,
H. E. aIcINTYRE A- BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
Tea Dealers and Coffee Merchants
COR. KING HND FORT STREETS
MHiZERLY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Wholesale Dept. Bethel Street
Fort Street, 22 and 92 Bethel Stroot, U and 0i9
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CHAUNCEY VL DEPEW
Tlie Waiiiigtoii Mercantile Co.,
COR. FORT AND QUEEN
Customers are informed that every
check, draft, or order, drawn on or
after June 14, 1900, payable at sight o
on demand, must have thereon a 2-cent
United States Internal Revenue stamp,
cancelled by the initials of the drawer
and date of issue before it will be paJd.
received on deposit or taken for collection,
The negoiationcr payment of any
check, draft, 'r order, without scb
cancelled stamp atSxeU v!Il
of the United States Revenue Jjtrr,
and will render the maker liable to the
Stamps for above purpose will oe
supplied to customers at face value by
the undersigned, or can be obtained at
the United States Internal Revenue
OSce. corner Fort aad Allen streets,
BISHOP & CO.,
CLAU5 SPRECKELS & CO..
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK,
THE BAJ.K OF HAWAD, LTD.,
THE FIRST AMERICAN' BANK OF
Honolulu, June Sth, 1300.
Will be, received, at the oSke of
laiead.eRt rf Public Works till 12
o'ctecfc ecob o Moaday? Juae JS, for
two steel brfdges, to be erected i H-1
Fhuut and speciicatie&a at sSce of
SsgexlBteadest ef Pahlie Works.
The SupWiatdat of PafeUe Works
does aot Wad hiiwelf to aceptv uie
lowest or any .hid.
SuperiatiHiet of Pukk' Works.
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II. P. WALTON,
The work of takers Is going
merrily along: On account of, tho
great number of holidays in the past
week tho enumerating has been
somewhat. In a few cases the
census men have had trouble with natives
and some pakes, but when things
were ezplained, Information asked for
was always tortncomlng.
James W. Garvin is at work on tho
school census. He says that In a great
many cases the teacb3rs that should
be expected to be ab'e to furnish the
dc&lrcd Iaforatioa axe saur lacking:.
Some of the bbutfcs sent out have been;
returned without ttfe names cf th
schools or the districts in which they
are situated being tilled In. The plantations
have been given till the 2l)thr
inst. to nle the ecnedules required.
Thy are very exhaustive and require a
great deal of time to make up. Tho
census of Honolulu was to hare beca
finished to-day, and tne census of the
Islands is expected to ba ready by the
20th. Any information, regarding the
census mures must be obtained from
WashlngtoH, as tue department will
not allow iatormatioa to hi given out
until It la gives to the public la book:
form In October of this year.
Captain. Johnson's Good Wort.
Captain Saa. Johnson of Company F,
Naticxel Gsard cf Hawaii, deserves
Sreat 'credit for the succeseful saluto
cf 21 guns Thursday orn!a in honor
of Admission Day. Ha wa3 not informed
until late the night previous
that as would he expected to attend to
this part of the day's celebration.
Howler, he thickly got together eight
of his best sen and, in the early
drilled, them thoroughly, usiag the
two guns. Q
The salste at S o'clock was fired, vith
a rapidity sever befera eqwOed u Honolulu,
Exetly thre sscowte taed
hetwfen the Arms of each, sua. the
whole, OUajr takiag jst Mttle Tr a
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