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IHE HONOLULU BEBUPIICAX, "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1300.
PLATFORM OF THE
Adopted in Island Conrentiot in Honolulu, H- L,-Jone 7, 1M.
We believe that all goveriinents founded oaaa Independent
basis should be assured of freedom without oppression. ,Ve
In equal rights and treed 3m for all the people.
"We believe man was born v th a right to be independent and
mat every person la equal In eye of the law. "We believe
that he is endowed witn all the privileges of life, liberty and the
right to choose that wnich will contribute to his nest advantage.
We believe In protection agaUst suppression. "We believe that
we should strive to secure equai rights for the people, by the people
and of the people.
'Equal rights for the peopU." is the motto adopted in the platform.
"lhe belief of the lndependcJt party Is that the successful
candidatea in the legislature cf the Territory of Hawaii should
strive in every way to secure the consent of the congress of the
United States to make a state if the Territory of Hawaii and
pledge ourselves to support all iood and equal provisions that
either the republican or demot atic parties of the United States
may see flt to enact.
"We further pledge out selves lo support that political party in
the United States that will wcrk to make Hawaii a state.
"We intend to strive in ever way possible to secure from the
United States benefltB and privileges for the natives and other
citizens alike who will work together for the good of the country,
regardless of color. We intend to strive toward the end
that our representatives sLall Jirmulate the best laws for the
"Our legislators should strive t0 obtain homesteads for American
citizens of the Territory of Hawaii out of the lands that
have been taken over by the U.Jted States. i
"They should also strive to aet uside an appropriation ror
the payment of just claims for damages by fire, caused by the
burning of Chinatown in Hono uiu and other places by the board
of health In connection with tl e suppression of bubonc plague in
"They thould further strive U encourage education, industrial
pursuits, farming, road makiaj. railroads and both foreign and
local commerce that will redvand to the advantage of the country.
"We stand opposed to monoj olies, to any attempt at a restriction
of the voting privileges of Natives or citizens who think as
they do, that might be attemp ed later. We stand opposed to the
heavy taxation of tho people, ' he restriction of the jury rights of
the natives and to all other re .triction of the rights of the
"We declare that labor, otl.er than by contract, on government
work either mechanlca or industrial, shall not exceed
eight hours a day.
"Labor on government conta.ts or otherwise, either direct or
indirect, Bhall be performed by citizens of the Territory of Hawaii.
"We pledge ourselves to rest the furtherance of trusts in the
Territory of Hawaii.
"We are pledged to earnest i Dd unceasing effort to secure for
all those persons Imprisoned by the martial law rule of 1895 and
by sentence of the military co nmisslon of 1S95 such financial remuneration
as Is their just due "
The above Is the correct PLATFORM of the INDEPENDENT
HOME RULE PARTY.
JAMES K. KAUL1A,
Attest: President Aloha Aina.
WM. KALEIHUIA, D. KALAUOKALANI,
Secretary. President Kalalaina.
The Union Express Co.,
Office with Evening Bulletin.
210 Kins Street -:- -:- Telephone b5
We movo suies, piauos and furntf ure
Wo haul freight and lumber.
We Bell black and white sand.
Wo meet nil incoming coast steamers
wo check baggage on nil outgoiup
C. H. Brown 5
Ls now open or oxisiness on
street, between Fort aim
Estimates rnaile on evorvtbiug it.
the plumbing line.
Phono ... MAIN 48.
Jobbing Promptly Attended tc
1L Harrison flillGo. Ltd
Knwaiahao Street, Kewalo.
KILL W0R1 IN ILL ITS HUGHES.
Telephone White 121 : P. 0. Box 5Tc
Orders MtM. Prtuft Swin.
Ohia Wood For Sale.
In any quantity. Apply to
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
10 West Kin Street.
July 90 1900.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
227 Kins St., to Bailey
EXPBESS WAGONS, DRAYS, LUM
BER WAGONS ad DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TBUNKB, TDBNITUBE axd SAEB
UAJtKFULtliY MAliDLJtLI. !
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Lid
MAGOON BUILDIXG, Corner Mer
chant and Alakea Street.
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOtt
SIDEWALK CURB AND PAVEMENT
FOR THE CITY OF HONOLULU.
On and after this date all sidewalks
and curblnga constructed within th
limits specified below shall conform to
the following specifications. In accordance
with Section 371, Civil Iaws, 1897.
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 to be held firmly in place by the
street paving; to be hammer
on the outside for a. width of not les
than ten Inches and on topedge which
much show a uniform width of six
inches. Blocks to be well 4edded, laid
true to line and grade and the joint3
between the blocks filled with cement
grout At street corners curb to be car
ried around on a curve the radius of
which 1 not lees than width of side
PAVEMENT To be artificial atone
flagging composed of cement concrete,
constructed in alternate slabs in place.
It shall consist of two parts: First, a
base course S 1-2 isckWtsick; staesa,
a finishing or wearing course 34 U'i
sBASE COURSE The base coarse
shall be composed of three parts
crusted MMFkfra rocic knows as-Ns.-2,
bo pisce of whka shall be larfor
than wUl 90 through a tworincbT riag;
as. No. 3, leaving oat all which, vill
pass through a. screen of mesh to the
irch; two parts of clean
b.ach or other good sand; one part c
ccmecL. Sand and cement to be
mixed before being wet and
then with only enough water to make
a stifT mortar. Wet broken stone before
putting on mortar. Mortar to be
spread evenly over stone and the mas
turned in the box till thoroughly
mixed. The concrete shall be properly
deposited in place without being scattered
and rammed until the mortar
flashes to the surface, using care to
compact the outer edges.
FINISHING COURSE The finishing
course of cement mortar shall be
in no place less than i inch thick and
shall be composed of one part cement
and one part of the fine screenings
from the No. S rock and two pounds
lamp black to each .barrel of cement
It must be spread on the base course
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 covering with two inches of sand.
PREPARING SUB GRADE Tie
space tor be occupied by the walk shall
be properly graded to a depth of 4 1-4
inches below top of finished walk. Auy
soft, loose or unsuitable material
found in the sub-grade shall be removed
and the space filled with fine
broken stone or cinders, after which
the whole surface shall be thoroughly
compacted by ramming or rolling and
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 04 inch) to one foot
(1 foot) to the property line.
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 and for this purpose
contractors will be required to
provide themselves with rectangular
boxes for measuring materials and
tight boxes for mixing. No mixiag of
materials on pavement will be permitted.
No retemperlng 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
edge the width of the walk. Concrete
blocks of not to exceed three feet in
each block finished with top coat immediately
60 that a good and sufficient
bond may be had between them, intermediate
blocks shall not be put in
for at least twelve hours after finishing
the first blocks.
DRIVEWAY Whenever driveway
occurs, the artificial stone flagging
Bhall not be less than eight (S) inches
in thickness, and the surface shall b?.
finished with sufficient longitudinal
grooves of corrugations to provide a
safe foothold for animals. Stone paving
of approved construction may be
substituted for concrete in driveways.
BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT Outside
of the limits mentioned for cement
paving, the property owners shall have
the option of constructing sidewalk
pavement of either cement concrete as
specified or of approved bituminous
LIMITS The specifications for cement
pavement shall apply to all sidewalks
constructed in the city 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 toNuuanu street thence
anu street to School street, thence east
along School street to Lusitana street,
thence along Kinau street to Victoria
street, thence down along Vivtoria
street to King street,' thence west aloes
King street to South Btreet, theses
down South street to Queen street,
thence west along Queen street to
Punchbowl street in a direct line to
place of commencement, including both
sides of the streets named and also
Kins street as far as the Palama
psaping stattoa, Nuuanu avenue a& far
as Judd street and Beretania avenue
from River to King streets.
The specifications for curb and for
option of bituminous pavement shall
apply to that portion of Honolulu
bounded oa the southeast by a liae
running N. E. true from the sea, pas-lag
through the Diamond Head trig,
station; oa the Berth west by the
stream, oa the'saakal side oy 'tie
sea and oa the mauka side by a line
parallel, to, and oae asd miles
frosa the waiarireat x
NOTIFICATION Property owaera
will he aottte whs they are required
to construct sidewalks.
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Pbtte Works Deparf wit, Hoaolulu,
Vitea If a. Takes, Can of Ht.
then La. takes care of me.
we says to Ma, "By Jial
it seems that everytaii
Comes on me when I've got the must
But 1 suppose I've got to get it thrwufc"
With; so you needn't "ftueone blcabcrat
Him; 111 take charge of him while you
Ma makes him repeat ail she has
About what he's to' do; guess she's
To let him try his way
Of watching me, the a
When Pa takes care of
When Pa takes care of me,
He puts me on a rug,
Gives me a kiss and hug.
Then brings In every pillow he can find
And piles them up in front at' sides.
Me; "So that you can't hurt yourself,"
And then he gets my picture books and
Them down beside me, and my blocks
And says: "Now, go ahead; make all
You want to; I don't care."
And I sit there and stare.
When Pa takes care of me.
When Pa takes care of me.
No book or toy or game
Seems, somehow, just the same.
And by and by I'm through with every
And when I cry Pa says, "Have you
Already? What's the matter, anyway?
There's everything your own! Why
don't you play?
Stop crying nowl You won't? WoU,
what is wrong?
Come, now, I'll sing." And then he
starts some song
About "Bye, Baby, Bye!"
And I He flat and cry
When Pa takes care of me.
When Pa takes care of me.
He grabs me up at last
And starts to walk, real fast.
And talks to me, and pats my back,
To act as if he likes It; but he sighs,
And sighs, and keeps at the
And out the window, up and down the
For sight of Ma; and when she does
She grabs me quick and says, "It's a
And Pa looks mad, and I
I'm glad the time's gone by
When Pa takes care of me.
Francis Churchill Williams, in the
Beginning Thursday, Aug.
30, THE WAIKIKI INN will
run a wagonette for the benefit
of its patrons, leaving the
corner of Fort and" King
streets as follows:
FOK WAIKIKI INN.
A. M. P. M.
FROM WAIKIKI INN.
A. M. P. M.
Single Pare, 25 cents; 8
Prof. Van Praag's Orchestra
will play during dinner
at the Inn "Wednesday and
H. N. ALMY,
J. H. FISHER,
J. H. FISHEB.
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
The MLd TRIB1 E
W. H. SMITH, : : Editor
aJUXK. C. STJOELK, : : Manager
Published Ererjr Saturday,
ScBoannos Local teertmr
Matt iaJBONni '
to the Ladies
h fctitar i ti will nun air
Hair Dressing aid
To Alakea Street, next to Dr.
Anderson's Office, opposite
y. M. C. A.
I Misses DeUrtigie, i
i HllMHOti VII
THE PROVBDENT SAVBSGS.
The future certainly promises
to be as prosperous under the
management of President Scott
as the past has been, and certainly
any company that can
make such an excellent showing
to its policy-holders deserves
the commendation for
careful management and enterprise
shown in all departments.
Wall Street Journal. L R.
Burns, resident manager. Ma-goon .
Hardware Co., Lti
Inpirtirs ail Otilirs !
2, 8 and 4 Light Chandeliers and
Metal and Glass Lamps,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil. Cylinder oil, Dynamo oils, etc.
Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural
House Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions
Table Cutlery etc.
Plantation Supplies of
Hart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stoclcbr
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc: "
Made of steel and will last longer and
give better satisfaction than any
Orders from the other Islands
cited and promptly filled
dewybd ASttrttiattaU in Qui about k&
tx mmaitd at 10 axti a Kutriaterticmt
anil a bra ttemd mterfm; 23 cat per lite per week
31 as per Vat too icwdbj, and 50 etntt per hnt pe.
BOOKEBIXDER TbU office.
FDRSITURE In three rooms, complete for
drea; $100. Brnt very reasonable.
man natcrr. houses eep. uiis omce.
OXH handaomc Crown Piano In perfect order
and Mandolin Accompaniment. Una
been used only Are times. Can bo bad at
reasonable price by applying at the OEPHEUM
,BY ACCIDENTAL ea opening, a larsw bay
coloredCaUfurzUan Mare, weight about see lbs.;
ralnt OBtar on forehead, Iat condition. A Utile
puupuuor Irritation on face bat heattac . Blffet
htotTTiooX little -white. Finder 'piemm nonir
Police StaUoo and reward wlU be pMdir" "
On and alter Monday. September 10,
1900, Dr. Waynes will be at kla mew
ofice and residence. Beretania street,
nearly oppote the Methodlat chmrcn.
Office hours, 10 a. el to 3 p. hl naa C:M
to 7:30 p. m.
J. U. Ill,
I Honolulu, 'iieaBge
Stak nAMi Inkers
411 FORT 8TBXSX.
MxtmemUwim m AsnisslgiBiity.
MUETTE td TM1CSI N.
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DAVID. LAWRENCE, Importer
53 3 XORT STXXJST.
IHE WHEEE HOUSE
420 Fort Street
,V. f Will
' 50 Dozen
FOR TEN CENTS A PAIR
These stockings are worth 25 cents a pair,
sale will only last a few days.
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