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right to choose that & & " privileges of life, liberty and the
We believe In nrr'alcn Contribute to his best advantage. -
we should strive yflQU asainEt. suppression. We believe that
pie and of the yw secure equal rights for the people, by the
form. Jh15 or t6 people Is the motto adopted in the plat-
camUiatiRef o the Independent party Is that the successful
strive in the legislature cf the Territory of Hawaii should
Unite? every way to secure the consent of the congress of the
. HSS3f,e .V. v
PLATFORM OF THE
Adopted in Isld
in Honolulu, H. I, June 7, 10.
"we Deiieve mat &ij
basic should be assured Horerarafcats founded on an Independent
lieve fa equal rights and3 freedom without oppression, We be-
"We believe man was freedom for all the people,
that every person is ev Dorn w'th a right to be independent and
ifrar he ts endowed wiA to e eye of the la-ar. We believe
States to make a state of the Territory of Hawaii and
e ourselves to support all good and equal provisions that
either the republican or democratic parties 01 tne united btates
may see fit to enact.
"We further pledge ourselves to support that political party in
the United States that will work to make Hawaii a state.
"We Intend to strive in every way possible to secure from the
United States benefits and privileges for the natives and other
citizens alike who will work together for the good of the country,
regardless of color. We also intend to strive toward the end
that our representatives sLall formulate the best laws for the
-Our legislators should strive to obtain homesteads for the
citizens out of the lands that have been taken over- by the United
"They should also strive to set aside an appropriation for
damages by Are, caused by the burning of Chinatown and other
places by the uoard of health in connection with the suppression
of bubonic plague in 1S00.
"They bhould further strive to encourage education, industrial
pursuits, farming, road making, railroads and both foreign and
local commerce that will redound to the advantage of the country.
"We stand opposed to monopolies, to any attempt at a restric
tion of the voting privileges of natives or citizens who think as
they do, that might be attempted later. We stand opposed to the v
heavy taxation of the people, the restriction of the jury rights of v v
the natives and to all other restriction of the rights of the -
"Wc declare that labor, other than by contract, on govern-
mont work either mechanical or Industrial, shall not exceed
olght hours a day.
"Labor on government contacts or otherwise, either direct or
Indirect, shall be performed by citizens of the Territory of Hawaii.
"We shall encourage the Importation of labor into the Territory
of Hawaii from the citizenship of the United States.
"We pledge ourselves to resist the furtherance of trusts in the
Territory of Hawaii.
"Wo are pledged to earnest 2Dd unceasing effort to secure for
all those persons imprisoned by the martial law rule of 1S95 and
by sentence of the military commission of 1S95 such financial remuneration
as Is their just due."
ROBT. W. WILCOX.
K. KALEIHUIA, Secretary. JAS. K. KAULIA.
The Union Express Co.,
Office with Evening Bulletin.
'J.V) KiiiK Street -:- -:- Telephone S5.
- We move wires, iuhiios Htul furniture.
Wa haul freight and lumber.
Wo soil bliick and whito sand.
Wo meet all iucominK coast steamers,
w check bngk'nge on nil outgoing
G. H. Brown,
Is now open or ousinoss 011
street, between Fort anil
JJatiumtes umdo on overythiiig iu
Hie plumbing line.
Phono ... 2IAIN 48.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
iOS KING STREET.
-'6. J. WALLER, --- Manacor.
Wholesale and Retail
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
luiwaiahao Street, Kew&lo.
WflL WOBMK ILL ITS SSiKCHES.
Telephono White 121 : P.O. Box 552
Orders Silicittd. Prtvpt SwiN.
PUM & BARON.
i BOAT BUHDINQ,
AND GENERAL BEIAIK WORK.
Sioji: SUMNER'S ISLAND
PboaedS06. P. O.BoxJIIK. Howlulul
On and niter this date all sidewalks
ami curbings constructed within the
limits specified below, shall conform to
the following specifications. In accordance
with Section 371, Civil Laws, 1S97.
CURB. The sidewalk curb shall be
of good quality lava rock in blocks not
less than 30 inches long, six inches
thick at the top edge and sufficiently
wide tolje held firmly in place by the
street paving; to be hammer dressed
on the outside for a width of not less
than ten Inches and on top edge which
must show a uniform width of six
Inches. Blocks to be well bedded, laid
true to line and grade and the joints
between the blocks .filled with cement
grout. At street corners curb to be car
ried around on a curve the radius of
which is not less than width of side
PAVEMENT To be artificial stone
flagging composed of cement concrete,
constructed in alternate slabs In place.
It shall consist of two parts; Iirst a
base course 3S Inches thick, second, a
finishing or wearing course i ino
BASE COURSE The base course shall
be composed of three pans crushed
blue Java roclc known is No. 2, no
piece of which shall be larger than
will go through a two-inch ring; two
parts of crashed blue rock known as
No. S, leaving out all which will pass
tkrough a screes of mean to th
THE H050LULTJ REPUBLICAN. SATURDAi, SEPTEMBER J9, 1900.
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
MAGOON BUILDING, Corner Merchant
and Alakea Street.
STANDABD SPlfclFIOATlOXS FOB
SIDEWALK CURB AND PAVEMENT
FOR THE CITY OF HONOLULU.
Isch; two parts of cten screened beach
or other good sand; ore part of cement.
Sand and cement to b thoroughly mix
ed before being wet and then with only
enough water to cite a stiff mortar.
Wet broken s:ont before patting on
mortar. Hortar to be spread evealy
over stone and the mass torneI In the
box till thoroughly mixed. The concrete
shall be properly deposit in
placewithout being scattered and rammed
until the mortar flushes to tie
surface, using care to compact the
FINISHING COURSE The finishing
course cf cement mcrtar shall be in no
place less than ? inch thick and shall
be composed of one part cement and
one part of the fine screenings from
the No. 3 rock and two pounds iaciD
black to each barrel of cement. It
must be spread on the base coars?. and.
floated, while the latter Is still soft, and
adhesive, after which the surface will
be smoothed and compacted by thoroughly
and skillfully troweling before
the cement Is too hard for such finishing.
The work must be kept moist and
protected from the direct rays of the
sun for at least three days by cover
ing with two inches of sand .
PREPARING SUB GRADE. The
space to be occupied by the walk shall
be properly graded to a depth of 44
inches below top of finished walk. Any
soft, loose or unsuitable material
found in the sub-grade shall be removed
and the space filled with fine
broken stone or cinders, after whih
the whole surface shall be thoroughly
compacted by ramming or rolling anJ
finished to required grade and cross
GRADE Unless otherwise especially
provided for, the finished surface shall
be a true plane rising from the curb
grade at the curb line at the rate of
one-fourth inch ( inch) to one foot
(1 foot) to the property line.
PORTLAND CEMENT Cemcntniust
be of a well known or standard brand,
in good condition and must stand the
test required for cement In government
CONCRETE. The material used in
construction must be proportioned by
exact measurement, aod for tbla par-pose
contractors will be require! to
provide themselves with rectangular
boxes for measuring materials and
tight boxes for mixing. No mixins of
materials on pavement will be permitted.
No retempering will be permitted
and concrete which has already began
to set before being put in place will be
rejected. Concrete shall be laid in
blocks shall be put in alternating, and
width by the width of walk and shall
be marked off into squares by the use
of proper marking and jointing tools.
Screeds of sufficient stiffness must be
used to preserve a true and straight
ddge the width of the walk. Concrete
blocks of not to exceed three feet in
each block finished with top coat inr
mediately so that a good and sufficient
bond may be had between them. Intermediate
blocks shall not be put In
for at least twelve hours after
the first blocks.
Whenever driveway occurs, the arti
ficial stone flagging ehall not be less
than eight (8) inches in thickness, and
the surface shall be finished- with sufficient
longitudinal grooves or corrugations
to provide a safe foothold for
animals. Stone paving of approved construction
may be substituted for concrete
BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT. ,
Outside of the limits mentioned for
cement paving, the property owners
shall have the option of construct'ng
sidewalk pavement of either cement
concrete as specified or of approved bituminous
The specifications for cement pavement
shall apply to all sidewalks constructed
In theCity of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, within the limits, bounded
by the waterfront, commencing from
the Marine Railway to River street,
thence along River to Vineyard street,
thence east along Vineyard street to
Nuuanu street, thence up Nuuanu street
to School street, thence East along
School street to Lusitana street, thence
along Kinau street to Victoria street,
thence down along Victoria street to
King street, thence west along King
street to South street, thence down
South street to Queen street, thence
West along Queen street to Punchbowl
street In a direct line to place of com
mencement, including both sides of the
streets named and alo King street as
far as the Palama Pumping Station,
Nuuanu avenue, as far as Judd strec,
and Beretania avenae from Rivtr to
The specifications for curb 'and for
option of bituminous pavement shall
apply to that portion of Honolulu
bounded on the South East by a line
running X. E. true from the sea passing
through the Diamond Head trig, station;
on the Northwest by the Kalibi
stream, on the makai side by the sea
and on the mauka side by a line parallel
to, and one and one-half miles
from the water front.
NOTIFICATION. Property owners
will be notified when they are required
to construct sidewalks.
J. A. McCANDLESS.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works DeparUHeat, Honolulu,
Sept 96, 1909.
GEOIGE 1LBERT 1L0EIM
FieHTING FOR LfBERTY
CT.ATXS HE IS PERFECTLY
.SA2TE AXD ABIS TO CASS
FOE HIS BTsnfESS.
Well in Honolulu, Where
He is Highly- Cannaetad and
Wher He Once
SAN FRANCISCO. S-.pt. IS. After
having been aacer the cioad of insanity
since lsSS, Ckorgo Albert Aldrich. Is
making bis sondi attempt in the superior
court to obtain a Judgment declaring
that fag is a sane person and
competent to manage his own affairs.
Aldrich was sent to Napa asylum May
-4, ISoS, Dut in. March, U92, he had
released on js.role. Tne courts gavel
mm a. guardian, however, ana he has
been under the legal sugma of insanity,
Uiough he has oeen personally free and
has traveleu in foreign countries.
Aldnch's story is a, somewhat re
markable one. tie is now 37 years of
age and is one of the children of the
late William il. Aldrich, an Oakland
capitalist, who died in 1SS4, leaving a
tortune of ?tiOU,0iw. His ton had then
been considerea insane for six years.
A provision in the wiii gave young
Aldrich his share in the estate, valued
at 3150.0W, m case he should recover
his reason. There was little hope at
mat time, however, that the young
man would recover, as he had been
violent, threatening to shoot his father
tiid declaring that he would crush out
-Ll- lives of hu sisters.
Sewn after the father's death application
was made before Judge Ogden of
Oakland to have the youth declared
tane. He had been out on parole for
two years and gave no evidence that
his mind was unbalanced. Experts, including
Dr. Gardiner of Napa asylum,
were called upon to testify as to
coufiition. Most of the experts
believed him sane. Aldrich
was a witness. He told about his
sensational disappearance of u few
months before, when he dropped out of
slight and vas not heard of until he
reached Honolulu, where he remained
some time visiting his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Minnie C. Aldrich. He went thence
to Canada and finally came back to
make application for restoration to
competency before the law.
Judge Ojfden T?as about to pas upon
Aldrich'e application, anil It eeemed
sure that the yomig man would be declared
sane, when the judge received a
lotter from Aldrich offering an enormous
sum for a decision declaring him
sane. This letter, in the opinion of
the judge, was conclusive proof that
Aldrich was not of sound mind, and his
application was denied. No action waa
taken to punish Aldrich for the
bribery, as it was set down .s
the act of a deranged person. Since
that time Aldrich has been in care of
a guardian. Alexander Spotswood has
been appointed his guardian ad litem
to carry on the application made yesterday
in Aldrich's behalf. The petition
recites that Aldrich is not and
has not been insane for many months;
that he travels about freely and is perfectly
competent to handle his own affairs.
A brother of Aldrich, now dead, married
in Honolulu, and his sisters are
Mrs. Willard T. Barton and Mrs. J. T.
GROWTH OF SMALLER CITIES.
Even Those in the East Show Big
Gains in Population.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17 The population
of ths city of Portland, Me., as
officially announced today, is 50,145. In
1S90 it was 3G.425. These figures show
an increase of 18,720,. or S7.67 per cent,
from 1S00 to 1900.
The census bureau announces that
the population of York, Pa., is 33,654; as
against 20.793 In 1S90, an increase cf
C1.S5 per cent.
The population of Racine, Wis., is
29,102, as against 21,014 in 1S90, an
increase of 42.G3 per cent.
The population of Yonkers, N. Y.,
is 47,931, as against 32.035 In 1S90, an
increase of 46.6 per cent
The population of Scranton, Pa., is
102,026, as against 75,215 in 1S90, on In
crease of 35.65 per cent
The census bureau up to last night
had tabulated the returns from 54
cities. These show a population of 14,-644,711.
This is an average increase
of population of 27.90 per cent The
same cities in 1S90 had a population of
11.150.045, making a total gain of 3.-
SITJST STOP IT.
Uncle Sam After Tanufacturer of
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. The ord
nance bureau ol the war department
recently called upon manufacturers of
cartridges to s:op prmting and using a
label for cartridge boxes -which indicated
that the United States government
was using "dumdum"
bullets. The bureau received from two
ofneers la tho Philippines the tops of
pasteboard hoses in which cartridges
are packed, upon which was a label saying
that tie cartridges wer soft-nosed
bullets used by the Krag-Jorgensen or
standard United States rifles. As none
of these ballet? have ever been, purchased
or manufactured by this
the txx firms using the label
were notified that such use must stoo.
Stockholders are hereby
the Fifth Assessment of 5
Two and One-half Dollars I
the Capital Stock of tie
TELESR1PM CO. Lit.
is dne and payable Amgatt lat at tte
office of the ccteaJjpui. 411 Itact
street. J. H.
Honolulu. .August 1.1900.
He Otw His Lift to the Forethought
cf a OaaBp&sIos.
While on a'eaaplzig trip in W ter
cocnty, Mr. S. L Stamp of
W. Va.. hai a seTere at a., i. of
bloody flux. He says: "I firmly be
lieve that I owe my life $p the fore-
thoaxht of cae of the company who
had taken along a bottle of
Coll Cholera and
Moral Procure a bctt,e cf
this rsiedy before leaving home Is
cazcot be obtained when on a hanting.
aahing or prospecting trip. Neither
can it be obtained while on board the
can or steamship and at such times
and places It is most likely to. be needed.
The saf way Is to have It with
you. Thousands of travelers never
leave home on a journey without It.
For sale by all dealers and druggists.
Beason, Smith & Co., general agents
:& &: in in- ::-
. to the Ladies
Os October i Ve will remove cur
Hair Dressing and
To Alakea Street, next to Dr.
Anderson's Otlice, opposite
Y. SI. C. A.
I IHisses De Lartipe, :
Orders from the other Islands
cited and promptly filled
BOOEKBIXDEK Oft la offlce.
Hardware Co., Ltd.
Importers ana Dealers in
2, S and 4 Light Chandeliers and
Metal and Glass Lamps,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil, Cylinder oil, Dynamo oil, etc.
Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricul
tural implements, etc.
House Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions
Table Cutlery etc.
Plantation Supplies of
Hart's Patent " Duplex'' Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber
ilose, plain or wire bound, etc
Made of steel and will last Ionper and
give better satisfaction than any
Cttttififd ASttrtitemrrUt in tiu ectasia icflf
It uucrhd at 10 etnU a Kncfnt 5
cats a tot iccnd iatairm; 23 caUx fr hxpar Ktfk
35 emit per Sx ttn toxW, and 50 cealt pa- hx pt.
KOOar AND BOARD.
PLEASANT roums and Rood taMe board, wltU ft
private family, at reasonable rates, con be
found at 146 Puucbbovrl street.
A TOL'XG ladr aa a Cashier. Pacific Import Co.
GOOD, safe ftullv Horse will pay 51GO or more.
Apply A. JIOnOFF, Maroon Block.
STEADY and reliable to learn general Jewel
xybuln5; must, bawlth parcna. AdJrv
FCRSITC1SE In three room., complete for
hooMkpeplnjr lor married couple without
JlfcK, Kent vezr reasonable. XearGr.
man llaterr HOUSEKEEP. this oOcc.
OXE haaUoma Crotrn Piano in perfect order
with Harp and Mandolin AcoTSipanUnent. Has
been ad onlr riTe times. Can be had at a
reasonable price bj appljins at theOEPHECM
BV ACCIDENTAL sw a lirp bay
colomd CaUfernlan Hut, weighs about 0 lb.;
taint sr en f&teundlUon. A Halo
panpsa or lirluuion on face bat healing. Bljht
hind hoof a little white. Tinder pteas5 nourjr
PoUk Matla and rcwarU will be paid.
On and alter ilonday. September 10.
1300, Dr. Wayrcn ttUI be at Ms new
office and residence, Beretania street,
nearly opposite toe Methodist chnrch.
Office hours. 10 a. m. to 3 p. in. and 5:30
to 7:30 p. m.
Silent Barber Shop
4rUntfin Slock, it: Hotol St
"The Highest Point
WCT 11 i,t
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m Cairo (Egypt) m
H DAVID LAWRENCE, Importer H
H FOBT STB.EET. jH
in typewriter qnalitv and eqsranieat. ' Eve
The New Century
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NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING
IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT
Great Variety of Flavors Novelties Added. Frequently.
Our Vichy a Special Feature
Natural Fruits Our Own Selection
Oup.Ice Cream "par Exce!lenGe"the Finest
FOUNTUN, COR. FORI !B HOI EL 51 5
Noted as the Coolest Corner in Town
Benson, Smith 8c Co,, ltd.
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager
liove Building, jNos. : : : : Telephone
A new line of BABIES' CRIBS, CRADLES and CARRIAGES.
Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Furniture.
Special attention paid to Undertaking and Embalming.
RISDON IRON WORKS,
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lltf lltf RrrtMl hfH Eip'MJ. All classes of lyfallfe XKliNfy.
Watir WhHls for direct connected generators for long
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