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The HILO TRIBUNE
W. H. SMITH, :
ABCH. C. STEELE,
Published Every Saturday,
CLEAN . (
This publication has the largest circulation
on the Is-land ol Hawaii of any
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, and as an
Advertising Medium i SECOND TO
WESTERN INS- ED.
J. H. FISHEH. .
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
0. H. FISHER.
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
UTV Ci- 'N0 '
Wm. G Inwn .lre5ideut & Manager
ClauVsprcckelB .... First Vice-1 res.
W.M.Oiifard... . Second Vico-Pres.
Jr Treab. & bee L
H. M. Whitney,
AGENTS FOR THE '
Oceanic Sloamship Co.
Of San Francinco. Cal.
Hawaiian Jjavigation Co.
Surprise fails from Honolulu every
ten days to Lahaina and Makena, Maui,
and all tho Kona ports of Hawaii.
(Tucwlnys or Fridays) with
Steamers, this gives Kona
u 5-day service.
Eclipse wiils from Honolulu as soon
bs possible after arrival for Kauai
ports, Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe,
Waimea and Kekaha.
Tho vessels carry freight ntul passeii
gers and insure iuick dispatch.
For further information apply to the
M. v. McCHESNEY & SONS,
nnii Street : : : : : Honolulu.
PACIFIC TMSFER CO.
227 King St., Next to Bailey's
EXPRESS WAGONS, DRAYS,
BER WAGONS ano uu.ui'
ALWAYS ON HAND
TRUNKS, FURNITURE and SAFES
TVT.rrnnvi. ... MAIK 5S
Ohia Wood For Sale.
In any quantity.
July 30 1900.
. G. A0HI & CO.,
10 West King Street.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Boilers, Sugar Mills, Coolers, Brass
aiid Lead Castings.
And Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
tviid to shin's Ulacksmithiuc. Job
work executed ou the shortest notice
Hawaii Siiimpo Sha.
TFTE Pioneer Janauese'PrintincOiflce.
the onlv daily Japanese xaper.ruuu.sa
cd in the Territory of Hawaii.
Y. SOGA. Editor.
Q, SHIOZ AWA, Proprietor.
Editorial and T Office, near
Sine bridg. Ktagbt. jet. P.t. Box 907.
yM' 11 1 ? i T i ITtt
On draught or in Bottles
j 3W j
206 Merchant Street.
fire wmwa BflRGWS.
m f vi
206 Merchant Stree
eitiixu urn urn
5s Words Arouse Chairman Jones
"of the Democratic Committee
to Benewed Action Early
NEW YORK, Acg. 10. There is no
; doubt now that Cnairman Hanna oas
'Mtftd tae party.
uouat tactics may
5t week in these woras: "We'll win.
dm vre re got to nustie use n 1.
VJS83i!3! ! lliis wW be the watchword of the
... . -..,-. 22 JtJtt Qd'.thfW)n rtuni.. 1 nannPr" txTtil i
t winds. It will be a bigger battle than
1 tie battle of 1S96.
Maine have cot to roll up big majori
! ties bigger than in 1S96. If they
don't it will be bad for the Republican
campaign. Stnator Lodge and Lee
Fairchild will stump both states.
Senator Scott is in charge of the
i speakers' bureau and is the only one ef
the committee except Manley who is
t now )usy with detail work.
' Last Monday . was asserted that
! Senator Piatt was a broken down man,
' and would formally retire from public
life very soon. The same thing haa
been said at all political resorts in the
city for a month, but the newspapers
here could not get anybody to stand
for it. Piatt's pcrsopal friends got
mad and strongly denied that the Sen- j
ator was a sick man. When asked of i
him if it was true that he is to retire
from politics shortly. Piatt said: "No,
i sir; not by a d d sight"
. George W. Rouzer, a newspaper man, j
" has been placed in charge of the literary
bureau here. He wjll be under
; Perry Heath, but will be the practical
I head of the department It is to be a
j rousing literary campaign. Rouzer is
' now organizing a newspaper bureau,
irhich will be largely an "interview on-i
miu," and this will be a feature of this
l literary work. All the prpmjpent business
and professional men. Including
manv ministers, who favor the
President McKinley, will be Interviewed,
and their printed statements
will be sent broadcast over '- the country.
HOW A HAWAIIAN TALKS.
George Markham Writes of the Present
To the Editor of The Republican:
Sir It is gratifying that the power
sdven into the hands of the people by
our new prganic law will result in the
destructiou of centralized government
in Hawaii. It is the duty of every
to weigh the principles of each
I.tical party before casting his vote,
that he may reap the benefits thereof
everlasting joy and thecomfortsof
dally life. Are the voters of the Territory
of Hawaii going to be herded,
over aud over again by demagogues
playing to the galleries of a
and Smithsonian" hypocrisy, and
again" installing them in control of tae
legislature V ihe power that they have
held from the time of their ancestors
to the present day is going to be overthrown.
Uhelr soie object is to cold on
:o the balapce or power, to further
peiaonal ends of our dear and only
it behooves every mechanic and laboring
man to stand steadfast and firm
upon the threshold of honor, to discard
tne family compact of aristocrats and
plutocrats, and to stand united so that
we may bury this "huge monster" in
When a member of the "family compact
is in need of a 10-inch water main,
a macadamized road or an electric arc
light, it is Instantly put in, as, fjr
instance, at a gbtnic mansion of Manoa
valley and the seaside residences of
plutocrats at Kaaiawai; but when citizens
of the mjddie and poorer classes
are in need of sucn luxuries he reception
we receive is a melody of the
swet by and by." The deceptions are
too numerous to mention at present
but they will be resurrected by fearless
representatives in our legislative halls
wneu their secret and dirty methods
are Drought to light
We did conscientiously believe that
when Mr. Dole would be our first Gov-
eraor (hat he would be liberal in his
tnnt neaos ot Dureans
would be saaied with a view of pacifying
the complex races of our new
but to the contrary, and to
our surpise, ho has done nothing of the
vfe regard the pffice of governor with
courtesy and due respect but we will
pour forth fire and brimstone upon bs
political blunders and discrepancies in
a language of deceacy and manhood
during his term of oSee.
He ha, by one cf his first acts as
governor, launched the members of Jia
family compact, which i detrimental
to their own party, and iiutituted in
plaoe .thereof of en? sa-
Ivivins again. A fusion or a couuoa
the mssMi are om the alert and know
every moTaaeat' that i probed into
tltts family carbuncle.
ties, Mr. Editor, the masses are in a
tata cf anxiety to have the
, ?i. charter tratad and put In lorce, to
lie amlnistercdhy a board cf aldermen
by,the people, that we may have
j oar rights aad llfcexties of power, pro
mcst capacity, the freefiom of srvscn
and the liberties of the press under the $
constitution of the United States.
II IDtf ill Tflr D2HV0 The Hawaiian have no axes to srfsd
iiinl !R IHt RMKU. of aett latest, tat we mie all wt,
energies to our utmost capacity, thaw
. fe mav have a. voice in the
SAYS THE PARTY 2UST HUS- Ucn of affairs in. the Territory cf Ha-
TLE IF IT HOSES TO TOT , GEORGE MAKKBAM.
IN N0VE3EBEB. Kallhi, August 2L
A Minister's Good Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
Ic got a bottle cf Chamberlain's Colic
Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia. Kan S
, "Mr neishber across the street was
sick for over a week, had two or
of Tnedicine from the doctor.
him. I went over to see him the nx:
v.hw " oouTnut uie J ornins. He said his bowels were ir
cuijiaitttc nuia tue nation- a terrible fix. that they had ieen run
i cotuaiiute uudu to tne most
' nlucaat county committee will nave tne '
tvora '"iiusue' Duxjjnff at tneir j
.ojoarters trom now uuul November.
Oaairman Hanna nas also scared a
-let ol ttemocrais. Cnairman Jones of
tee Democratic national committee
started out in the oia way used for
years Dy both parties, and is claiming
everytbing. Hanna s new plan of at-
tacc has surpnseu a lot of me
lcafiers, anu several of the lead- (
nins el so iong that it was almost
bloody flux. I asked him if he had airf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Remedy and he said. 'Xo. I wen'
home and brought him my bottle pnd
gave him one dose; told him to tak
another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes
if he did not find relief, but hi
took no more and was entirely cured.
I think it the best medicina I have ever
Ins Democratic journals in the east are , . . rt ., VnT -,. bati dealers and drug-
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;a To-,o wvorpiv nnri mlvise him to ! aeents. Hawaiian Territory.
j "hustle" instead of working the fossil- j
ized game of "claim everything."
From this point of view it looks as b
I though the coming campaign would bo -.
ifoucnt in terribie earnest. Convan-i POLICY 0F CONSERVATISM.
ue tnrown to uie
Vermont will hold an election Sep- :
I tember 6th, and Maine September 10th. ,
1 Joe Manley of the national executive :
j committee is devoting all his time at
present to these states. Vermpnt and ! v
While the Provident Savings
Life has adhered to the past
policy of conservatism which
has commended it to the
public, it has, during the
past two or three years, found
ready favor with the public be-
cause Ol lis progressive spun,
and will doubtless in the future
expand its business In even a
more surprising degree. Finan-
cial Review. L R. Burns,
dent manager, office in new Ma-
1. :rD books bought illchost. price
BY ACCiuEXTALsauo openln
RES1DEH6E PROPERTY FOR SALE.
We now i Her for sale the very choice
re rieiiee proptrty of.Chas. S.Desky,
located on Ibo corner of Victoria and
G Streets Also the fine residence
premises "adjoining the same on Green
For further particulars apply at our
oillces, Progress Block.
BRUCE WARING & CO-
foe, sale -
Two lots 50x100.
On lot 100x100 on which is a .house
containing six rooms. For particulars
apply to DAVID K. TJXAUNA,
Wilder S.5. Warehouse, Esplanade.
Stockholders are hereby notified
that the Fourth Assessment of 5 per
cent, or Two and One-half Dollars per
share on the Capital Stock of the
TELEGRAPH CO., LtJ..
is due and payable July 1st, at the office
of tho undersigned. 411 Fort street.
J." H. FISHER,
Acting Treasurer Intec-Island Telegraph
Honolulu, June 1. 1900.
Removal Sale !
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF JEWELRY,
Silver and Ware,
Clocks, Watches and Spectacles wiU
be offered for the next thirty days at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
The Store we now occupy Is to be rebuilt
so the stock must go.
Positively no goods charged during
All accounts must be dosed up by
Jie 10th of September."
Departaaests going in full blast -6
usual. . , .- v
primaries. J instructions for Votes
Pursuant to a resoiutioa passed at j
a meeting of the Executive Cosaoitbe J-of
the Territorial Central CcmalttM
of the Republican Party la the
t.cry of Hawaii, a call is now issued for j
Primary Election to be held in the f
These are the rules and rcsalatioTS
j ol tae Kepaoucan party in tae
I tory of Ha
-. Classify! Advrtisemmttin bit coluxn Tt3l jnitee
ytii Ik uwrUri at 10 crnu a Imr Rnl utiarbai. ,
coiltalvte itand fcu .; 03 eaUi k j
33 anti pa- luw Iico tri, and 50 antt per Uk ?.
OXE UDXDRED Families In buy lots on
Tract aud start a suburban town at ouce.
This tract Is within ten minutes' walk of thf
proposed KaiM Transit Railroad. For further
imrtlculars npplr W A. F. Cooke, Room 8, 3to.tel
Piano 1 tenchfr, a
of Conservatory: new quick,
method, ji r month. Special attention to
adult N'tfuiiiw" "Musician,'' Republican
0 11c.. .J-lm
waii, governins precinct The joilowiag instmcUocs are
i He used mem ror inree or war uas , .oTimn
They say he sounded a battle cry ; ,,-,,. , then va another i , . ,
him for some day?
doctor who treated sSal e precia,t
and save him no relief, so 3 Then; sban a precinct or-
gnnizsticn in every election precinct.
Sec 2. .Every person legally eiirciJdd,
in the variocs prceictt dubs, shall oe
a member of the preeine: club wbea '
Sec 4. The officers .of each jpreCinct
dub shall be a president, secretary,
three judges of election, and such other
officers as the by-laws of said precinct
may provide No initiation fees r ,
dues shall be charged the members of
any precinct club. All ofiicers shail
crve for one year, or uatil tbeir
are elected. Any duly earoiieti
earnestly warning ineir leaacr eeo , .. Rincnl, B:n!th & Co.. necerat - .,... K .
day to take Hanna s advice. Tney , " - " ui. iaiu uo uut --"- --
Sec 5. The duties of these ofiicers
shall be those usual to said officers,
and such as may be provided for in the
of each precinct club. The
three judges of election shall be sole
judges at ail primaries.
Sec C. No less than one-fifth of Use
members enrolled shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of business.
Sec. 7. The president and secretary
of each precinct club shall act as a revising
board of the roll of the precinct
club, and from time to time shall meat
and revise said roll, so that it shall consist
of only such members as still reside
in said precinct; but no member
on the old roll shall be admitted If he
still resides in said precinct
Sec S. Each precinct shall at the
primaries elect, besides the officers
aforesaid, delegates to the district com-
Sec 9. Eachprecinct shall be entitled
to elect one delegate to said district
committee for each 25 votes cast in
said precinct for the Republican ticket
at the preceding election. Whenever,
after dividing said Republican vote oy
25, there is a remainder of 15 or more,
then the precinct is entitled to an ad
ditional delegate, but each precinct ,
shall be entitled to at least one delegate
to said district committee, al- ,
though tho Republican vote, as aforesaid,
in said precinct shall be below -5. '
Sec 10. Any person who is a du!y j
enrolled member of a precinct club i
a iarpo bay shall be eligible as a delegate to inc
.A... . .... I !.. ln... IVtlO...
fatconditlon. A liule "district Committee.
faint star ..n
puupuu or Irritation on face but lienllng. j Tte aDOVe rules and regulations Of
lilnd li"f a. llltjo white. Tinder please, notify ,
Police station and reward wiu be paid. the Republican party in the Territory
Cumfortiibiv lundnliod front room, reduced
rent. CM Vlnevanl, 3 door9 from Queen hotel.
of uawaii are also puoiisncu in ac
cordance with a resolution passed at
the same meeting referred to above
'lhe committee urge upon all the
Pursuant to a resolution passed at a
meeting or the executive committee oi
the Territorial central committee of
the Republican party in the Territory
of Hawaii a call is issued to the dele
gates who shall be elected at the j
niary to meet on September 6 or 7 for
the purpose of electing delegates to a
These are the rules and regulations
of the Republican party in the Territory
of Hawaii, governing district
ARTICLE II: DISTRICT COMMIT-'
Section L Each district committee
shall consist of delegates from the precinct
cluos in said district
Sec 2. Each district committee
shall meet wnen notined to do so bj
the territorial committee and shall
elect the following officers: President
vice president, secretary, treasurer
and such otner officers and standing
committees as it may be entitled to.
Sec 3. Any duly enrolled Republican
shall be eligible as a delegate to
the territorial committee from the district
in which ha resides.
Sec -i. Each district committee
shall be charged with the general care
and supervision of the affairs of thC
party within its district, subject to
these rules and regulations. It shall
take such measures as it deems necessary
and expedient to secure the organization
and maintenance of
clubs in every precinct and a
cure the co-operation of all Republican
voters with the party
and shall, under the control if
the territorial committee, have charge
of all campaigns in the district. It
shall decide ail disputes from the precinct
organizations and contests
said district as to primary elections.
Sec 5. District committees may
hold regular or special meetings as
may he provided in their by-laws and
net less than one-third of the
Ibers ehall constitute a grcomra.
Theabove rules and regulations of
theUcpubllcan party in. the Territory
of Hawaii are also published in
corcacce with a passed at
the- am? mEetinj referred to shove.
- The fmnsitie urges upon all the
, ... cHit&s &na" trersbsrs of the district
"What is a phenomenon. Clsra. j committee the inuiortance of prompt
A phenomenon is a evm trho can jasd harmonious action in relation t
carry an umbrella over a sromia with- ,' the above call. -
out poking her .eves out or pumas fear i . GEU. w. suita, uaairm
4WfMaWtff iax kii, i htf ffllri a I
' ' ' ,T r ' I w w i w" m
jlll I i i i f ' I f ''"'J1 'T iiiiiiiIitifttt
'ttC. Jk ie.cis& &Mz
TaaI n r
rious precincts on Saturday, September ..,, , , .
. ,ovl .. ,. art. ROOMS OF THE TERRITORIAL
1 cates to a District Convention: the 1
j Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took , m asetbrm sp.n.toSp.1
1 two doses and was entirely cored." says
Pohoiki Court House
Second HUo Court House
Third Papalkou School House
Fourth Honomu School House....
FKih Laupahoehoe Court House..
Sixth Kaohe School House
" Seventh Honokaa Court House
Eighth Kukuihaele School House.
COMXITTSS OF im. I - r?S ..T nnio
U , pyu,.. 3 eaatled to at the
To Republican Voters of the Territorr prfniarT Election held May,
Hawaii and AIL Voters Intending jo the following statementt
to Act with the Republican Party: j predacu with cumber of votes st
i of iiw liMoa ana nucii ui uc
sued by the Executive Committee: sates to uiswiw """
Pnciacls, WIS Maaisrof Yslss Cast Ust Elssllss, od Nssbar of Dslsplss is OteWct.
First Kohala Court House J?
Second Waimea Court House
Third Kallua Court House .,
Fourth School House... ..;.x. ...:.....- 3t
Fifth Hookena Court House 52
Sixth Waiohlnu Court House .- 65
Seventh Pahala School House 26
First Kalaupapa Store House. ....... .....v.. ....... 1
Second Pukoo Court House.. ..I 12
Third Lahaina Court House .- 2
Fourth Honokohau School House...'. .'..?.. .-12
Fifth Walluku Court House . -' S
Sixth Kahului Court House . 11
Seventh Honuaula Court House .j..... -4
Eighth Makawao Court House ..... v. 15
Ninth Hamakuapoko School House.
Tenth Kipahulu School House .' 32
Eleventh Haua Court House 50
Twelfth Keanae School House .' 1
First Government Nursery I9
Second Beretanla St School House 65
Third BIdg. entr. lower reservoir grd. Ntiuanu ave 15
Fourth Royal School ;
Fifth Kapuaiwa Building 3S
Sixth Chamber of Commerce Room 37
Seventh Waimanalo School House 0-
Precinct ' Votes.
First Kaneohe Court House 3i
Second Koolauloa Court House ' 10
Third Walalua Court House. 13
Fourth Waianae Court House - 10
Fifth R. R. Station Ewa Plantation 23
Sixth Ewa Court House 29
Seventh Reform School 3S
Eighth Haw. Tram. Co.'s bldg., Kallhi 24
Ninth Kauluwela School House 23
Tenth Kauluwela School House 22
First School House 1, Niihau 0
Second Kekaha School House 10
Third Waimea Court House 33
Fourth Hanapepe School House 1
Fifth Koloa Court House ; 25
Sixth Llhue Court House 103
Seventh Kapaa Court House 13
Eighth Kilauea School House -1
Ninth Waloli Court House 12
The District Committees shall meet
, t. .. ,, I . -1..,.-. . . , ii Jt-i.!M .... .. d.
ONE me ""Town Pinno In perfeet order cers anu uiewuers ot au pruciuci. ciuua, m tneir respective uisincis ou mc um
...l.vllit lA.tnnitmnlm.ilir Ht.l . 3 "11. " C" a Wah TtlTll ntlrl A Alr
with Harp .uii Mniidoiin Accurupanimoiu. nas,., importance rif nrnnnl nnr!
ni, . iv nvo nmes. um be Had at a
siy njipiyiny at i qious action in relation to the aboe
FOCP. !:. H'jJiron Street, Knpahulu. Wal
Klkl, llttloacli. JEFS. ,,
IMm Ml KInjr i-
W. SMITH, Chairman.
and 7th of September. 1900, and elect
! the following officers: President Vico
President, Secretary. Treasurer and
such other officers and standing
I mittees as they shall be entitled to. aad
also their delegates to the Territorial
' Convention in accordance with the
Number of delegates to the
i First District 12
Second District 12
Third District . 18
Fourth District IS
Fifth District 18
Sixth District 12
1HK IUKKS "J. f.
The Territorial Convention for tfc
adoption of a platform, the nowfnatijn
of a delegate to congress and the Portion
of a Territorial Central Commutes
will be held on Thursday and Friday.
September 20 and 21. 1S0O.
After said convention and oa or before
the flrsfday of October. J9fi, th"
District Committee shall meet for Us-purpose
of nominating Senators as I
Representatives from their reepaetiv
districts. Yours very respectfully,
GEORGE W. SMITH,
Chairman Republican Territorial Central
E. R. HENDRY,
Secretary Republican Territorial Central
Great Removal Sale of Fine Millinery
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF :
New Goods of the Latest Styles, ;. .
Must be sold by Sept. 1st. w 'i J
Prices Positively Below Cost
Come early and secure the best assortrrrent.
MRS. k V. NAPTHAli,
m.I t . r'0 As?orfn:c:.t uf """
Crosse & Blackwei
BICARBONATE OF SQDA,
PAINTS and OILS
CORRUGATED IRON, RIDGLXG, Etc., OEMES'T a no
FIREBRICKS. CABBOL1XIUM, STOCKHOLil.
TAR, BUCKETS, TUBS, TIKFLATES, - n
SAUCEPANS, TEAKETTLES, Etc
I. UiGPELD, I .CO, LTB..