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PLATFORM OF THE
:: r Independent Home-Bule
Adopted in Island Convention in Honolulu, H. I Jane ' 7, ISOl.
"We believe- that all governments founded on an Independent
baste sbodld be assured of freedom vithout oppression. We believe
In equal rights and freedora for all the people.
"We believe man vas born with a right to be independent and
that every person is equal in the eye of the law. We beliere
that he is aukrsred rlth all the privileges of life, liberty and the
right to choose that which will contribute to his best advantage.
We btrl'eve in protection against suppression. We beliere that
w should strive to eccure equal rights for the people, by the people
and of the people.
"Equal rights for the people,' Is the motto adopted In the platform.
"The belief of the Independent party is that the successful
candidates in the legislature cf the Territory, of Hawaii should
stme in every way to secure the consent of the congress of the
United States to mate a state of the Territory of Hawaii and
pledge ourselves to support all good and equal provisions that
either tho republican or democratic parties of the United States
may tec fit to enact.
"We farther 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. Wo also intend to strive toward the end
that our representatives elrall formulate the best Jaws for the
'Our legislators should strive to obtain homesteads for American
citizens of tho Territory of Hawaii out of the lands that
have been taken over by tho United Suites.
"They should also strivo to set aside an appropriation for
the payment of Just claims or damages by fire, caused by the
burning of Chinatown In Honolulu and other places by tho board
of health In connection with the suppression of bubonc plague in
"They Ghould 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 restriction
of the voting privileges of natives or citizens who think as
they do, that might be attempted later. We stand opposed to the
heavy taxation of the people, the restriction of the jury rights of
the natives and to all other restriction of tho rights of the
"We declare that labor, other than by contract, on government
work either mechanical or Industrial, shall not exceed
oight hours a day.
"Labor on government conra.ts or otherwise, either direct or
indirect, shall be performed by citizens of the Territory of Hawaii.
"Wo pledge ourselves to resist the furtherance of trusts in the
Territory of Hawaii.
"Wo aro pledged to earnest aDd unceasing effort to secure for
all those persons Imprisoned by the martial law rule of 1895 and
by sentence of the military commission of 1895 such financial remuneration
as Is their just due."
Tho above Is the correct PLATFORM of the INDEPENDENT
HOME HULE PARTY.
JAMES K. KAULIA,
President Aloha Aina.
1 ? Z $$ $ ! fa J "f t !
fln Excellent Opportunity for Those Who Wish to Buy
1 liavo now on sale some lots,
just surveyed and platted, out of a six acre tract
in .Nuuanu Valley, only about 200 feet from Nuu-
ami Aivenue. A good nevly constructed road con-
nocling the same. All these lots are nearly level
and contain the richest soil.
Nuuanu Avenue is now being put in the finest
condition and will ultimately be traversed by; the
JRapid Transit Electric Eoad, which will "make
access to the town cheap and easy, and will there-fore
not fail to enhance the value of this section
and property. Moreover, these
LOTS WILL" BE SOLD. 05T EASY INSTALLMENTS
with small cash payments down, thus enabling
anyone desirous? of buying a real home"-to secure '
such. A bus now runs to this tract
- This is a chance not to be neglected and he
wlio, avails himself thereof first! will have the
nhnirA of thnse lots. For infnrmntinn , i
RBLESVE AGENT, MERCHANT STREET:
THEHOXOLfcLU XEPGBUCAN, SATURDAY OCTOBER. 20, 1900.
IK IIMPHID'S' 0B!!T
Dollisger Appointed Administrator
in the Steigsz&nn Cases Se-.view
of Day Woric
In the estate of J. F. O. Banning.
nutster" report was cosSraei yesierMi
by Jnd Haaphrfys and Ihe accoun
of trastecs apprjved.
An inventory wus filJ yesterday ly
Willani O. Smith, rcardxan of EdTsrard,
Jopb and Kconi Uacisiu. Tbe :ate
consists of three pieces of dty property
An inventory was filed in the estaia
of Jaaies Robinson Holt yesterday, show-in?
personal property to the value of
and real estate to the value of $49,
A petition was filed yesterday by Helen
A. Holt askins for alloTvances from the
estate of Jaaes R. Hort- For the sup
port of the children $100 per month
and for herself the nm of $30 per month
The account of Isabella McC. Jone.
guardian of Edwin A., Helen and Mar
gant Jones, filed accounts yesterday
showing receipts of ?3J05i4, and dis
bursements off?2,732S. Securities and
cash in the bands of the guardian amount
Jacintha Pestano has filed a petition
for letters of administration in the estate
of her husband, Augusto C. Pestano.
The hearing U set for November 20th.
The estate is valued at G,130 and will
be divided among- four children, the
widow and a sister.
Margaret Daly and R. F. Daly filed
separate demurrers yesterday in the suit
brought against them by Lewers & Coo
to recover on materials furnished for
building a residence. The demurrer,
among other grounds, clleges that the
time limit for filing such liens liai
In the matter of the guardianship of
Ruth and George Richardson, the report
of R. D. Mead, the master, was
confirmed jesterday by Judge Humphreys
The guardian was directed to pay $2,000
-to the mother of the children, a previous
order directing that she receive ?3.300
Judge Humphreys appointed M.
temporary administrator of the
estate of B. E. Steigmann yesterday. He
will be lequired to furnish a boud of
$300. The estate consists of $330
worth of merchandise on King street;
household furniture, $30, and $300 worth
of goods in transit.
In the suit of Keahemakani
vs". E. H. F. Wolters, a decree was
issued jesterday by Judge Humphrejs
confifmiug the report ! J. A. Thompson,
master, and approving the accounts as
amended by him. It was ordered also
that the plaintiff pay to Wolters the sum
of $1,310.33 found due, and that a note
and mortgage be cancelled. Costs to bo
liorne equally by each party.
An inventory was filed yesterday by
Irene li Brown as' guardian of Francis
Hjde li Brown, showing the estate co
cousUt of 499 shares in the John 11
Blown Estate, Limited, valued at 49,-900.
The estate of George li Brown,
according to the inventory, consists of
499 shares, valued at 49,900; one Hawaiian
government bond, $1,000, and 70
head of cattle worth $1,400.
Magoon & Thompson filed notice of a
motion for an order requiring S. K.
Kane, guardian of the' estate of Isaac J.
Itobinson, to pay J. A. Magoon $500 for
attorney's fee. Mr- Magoon claims to
have "rendered the estate valuable serviea
in preventing Kane from selling the rea
estate at, a price much below its rc.il
worth, ne presented a bill to Mr. Kane,
as administrator, but it was not allowed.
LIST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE HONOLULU
BOSTOFFICE FOR THE WEEK
ENDING SEPT. 14, 1900:
Anderson, H E (2)
Andrew, T It
Bailey, Gbas H
Baldwin, H J
Barmore, B E
Boardman, W F
Bryant, E J G
Burnett. P J
Chaping. E N
Hauclum, Ed F
Holt, R W
Baldwin, Miss E
Bartels, Miss H I
Cockett, Miss Litzie
Coaradt, Mrs E
Davis, Mrs M S
Ellis, Mrs R
Fraiier, Mrs L S
naley, Mrs. Fred
Isac, Mrs Rose
Jackson. Mrs Toyo
JohnsonVMrs R S
Keariac. .Mrs Wm
Lowe. Mrs. T W
Mcivhead, Mrs M
Mstcc, Mrs aiina
Mejer, W G
Moller, J A
Miller, J V (2)
Mullen. Edw F
Osmer, J L
Parker. Frank H
Reees, Guinn R
Wagner, A H
Watt, Dr H C
Ward, J D
Myers. Mrs Gus
Ppulson, Mrs A
Rice, Miss Mary
Rowan, Mrs E
Miss Maria K
Simon. Mrs Gas
Thompson, Mrs J C
Walker, Mrs W O
Fallac, Mrs B.
Welch, Mt5 Fk
au- CSsMbtf OJTtcmat a Oxs r'i m t
4tco t curfaj d iJ nij ir rji rtifrisxr J
J eeaJi e &r stand ctk. jImj S cntii jt Ew $r rt
S5 catit pr fcv cc tadtt, tsti Si exit prbx ?r.
"WAXTSD, TO BKST.
WASTED. To mtf b ioKBkr Ssi.
furtUKcd bone, cmc ri mx iarc
three tcI roejr; ffood epportecif y
yerttc soing aieay to erare AI ten
ait' . irdl not pay fancy price. Arfsfrws
O. E. S, c?re Repvhlkv
STKMSHED OoUofi ap Tcrca near Cac
ATEUfSOX, 4 il?niani
SEC OS SZVES rxal tote vlth sibte ac-coir
THZBTT men. hackmen tor Hawaiian
IalHgrnt tars, ot steady
hal tf. BEtJ sil retcrcnccs oaly required.
Kntirlcdge of stxxts cscessttx. Tocap 121
prelsraftle. Prellmlraiy Instruction In training
cbo1 lTn wnlle under salary.
rirutsieJ at cc. Gxl TPrapea. Appjr
In inca to Haaircr H. X. CO. at Sapid Tnsn.
alt C is cSce. Ill Fort St between 5 and 10 -JO
ortrniall. Sox J3S. .
CaU ATXTNSOX. tf
A SIXC5LE mom, JS.CO a month
Ilouvlaia Dreg Co.
OX E handsome Crown Piano In perfect order
with llarp and Mandolin Accompaniment. Has
ren a.l only Ave Umfs. Can bo had at a
reasonable price by applying at the ORPHEUM
A SATS key and a postoalco Reward for
return to uu3 oacc.
BT ACCIDENTAL gate opening, a large biy
cauiortian ilire, "Brelgkt about vwu la.;
taint star on Ion. head, fatcondltlon. A little
puup'a or Irritation on face but healing. Itlght
hind hoof a little white. Finder please notify
Police Station and will be paid.
One or two rooms in new housa; finest
portiin of city; one block from car
line; with or without board. Terms
yery reasonable. Apply to Box 424.
DBS, WM l McDOHiLO
OFFICES: Alakea St. between
Hotel and Beretania Sts.
P. B. Cooper, MJ.
8:30 to 10 a.m.
2 to i p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
8 to 10 ajn.
! J. McDonald, aLD.
10 a. m. to 2 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
I to 2 p.m.
TOTJNG STBEET, bet. Alapai and
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also tablo board. Telephone Blue 3371-
IN THE OmOUEE COURT, FTBST
cmourr of the territory of
HAWADL In Probate. In the Matter
of the Estate of JOHN DE COSTA,
late of Kahuku, Oahu, deceased,
Petition having been filed by Josepha
de Costa, widow of said intestate, praying
that letters of administration upon
said estate be issued, to M. G. Silva,
notice is hereby given that MONDAY,
the 19th day of NOVEMBER, A. D.
1900, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Judiciary
Building, Honolulu, Oahu, is appointed
the time and place for bearing
said petition, when and where aU persons
concerned may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said peti
tion should not be granted.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Honolulu, October 12, 1900.
THIRTr BICYCLES left at Bailey's
Honolulu Cyclery Co., Ltd., repair shop
ARE UNCALLED FOR. The owners
of thehe wheels are hereby PUBLICLY
NOTIFIED that on or about November
20, 1900, the aforesaid bicycles will be
sold by public auction or otherwise disposed
of to. satisfy the repair bills.
J. S. BAILEY, Manager.
Is hereby given that the undersignel
have this day bought out the entire good
will of the business owned by Tai Fooi
Yuen and inc'i'ding leases, too's, implements,
animals, bananas, etc The undersigned
will not assume any debts contracted
by said Tai Fook Yuen prior to
date. WING HOP & CO.
Dated at Honolulu H. I., October IS.
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., TiUL. at their oflSce,
Queen street, o'a Tuesday, October 39,1
1900, at 10 o'clock a. fa.
Object spf meeting: To consider the
question of increasing the capital stock
of tho company and o transact such
other bnsiness as may be brought before
C H. CEAPP, Secretary.
Honolulu, October 1, 1900.
Tho City Office of the
Star Dairy Co., Ltd,,
ls in tbo Macooa Bnildicc;. Boons 1,
corner Merchant and sis.
Odkia! rass & tk rweotwa
Sarhyv as kmd rrooi tile Mast r
of Llj hst.; J. 3t yt of Hi
Twit c M Wkr qf L ln?snM a
W. L. Staaer. actiK. Paftifie.
E. T. GItANT,
Chacte IViatiHj!: &n4 Badye Com
X We have KSH3VrBD oar
I Hair Dmsini and
I Mamcoring Parlors
To Alakea StreeLaeitto Dr.
Aixifeoa3 Oulce, op-
Orders taken for
POSTPATJOUB BOLI, Etc
A full line of
EITKAK HATB GOODS.
Special cars uivento the
He lartipe I
Mm are 'Co., Ltd.
inpsrlsrs an i Dealers !n
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers ami
Iletttl and Glass Lamp&,
Lard oil, Cvlindoroil, Dynamo oils, etc.
Po.vaei, bhot and Caps, Agricul
tural Implements, otc.
Bouse Fiirnisliiiig 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
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc.
Made of steel :md will last longer and
give beHw satisfaction than any
oth r manufactured.
Orders from tho other Islands solicited
and promptly lilled
J. H. FISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
J. H. FISHBSl
Agant Hawaiian Islands.
D J? A n V
THE OAHU ICE
6 Wv (I
& ELECTRIC CO.
Have everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers "with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from artesian
Toun Orders Solicited.
Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
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M :High Grade Cigars:- R
rH 532 FORT STREET. HBlK
Ihe CQhite fiouse
420 Fort StreeU
QR1ND CLERdNCE 5ILE
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Former price 25 and 35 cents a yard. Bargains.
are the best obtainable,
and are sold at most moderate
variety of supplies you
wish, you will find it
here, embodying the
sterling qualities of re- .
TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES CO.
327 Montgomery Strett.
San Francisco, CaL
Painis, Oils and Varnishes, fipiGfl DY GOODS HSS Ltd.
y s iSB offwaiiaii iiGiwa uum 3Liy
Sole Agents -:- Hawaiian Islands. f.
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Bath rooms. Vestibules, Verandas,
Kitchen Walks, etc
Call and see our Mosaic Tile Store
We are prepared to furnish and set all
lands of Tile.
Monuments lettered and 'cleaned . on
short notice. - v
Estimates given on application.
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