- -iBrjj.-J""'';!syr". .mMs".
'" V , ' 4 ' -,5". J -1
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1900.
W ' -4
Published Ecry Day except Sunday
at 210 King Street. Honolulu.
II. I., by the
BULLETIN PL'UMSIHNO COMPANY
W. II. FAIUUNOTON Rdltot
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Entered nt the l'ost Offlee at Hono
lulu ns second class matter.
fer mon..i, any where In II. I....I 76
Jtr year. In II. 1 8.00
r yea.', postpaid, U. S., Canada
or Mexico 1000
"Vr year, postpaid, other foreign
countries . 1300
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Omce Box "18
AfOUST 20, 1000
Horse races In the far district of
Kula were the onl reminder that two
years np) Inst Sunday, August 12, lM'S.
the American ling wns raised ocr Ha
waii. At last accounts fake artist corr'3
pondents nt Shanghai and In the nfllica
of Ni York newspapers were runnlrri
a close second to LI Hung Chang and
the Empriss Downger.
The citizen who falls to take pari
In the primaries hns himself nloue to
blame If nominations for tho Leglih
turc an- not made from tho solid busi
ness men of the Territory.
Maul wants a circus. If It Is a con
stant performance, three-ring nffa'r
that Is sought, the citizens ought to
make 11 strike to have the Territorial
cnpltol removed to Wnlluku.
The Republican Executlvo'commlttej
ImB now passed on the work of the pri
mark's to the chairmen of the precincts.
There's nothing gained by delas gen
tlemen. Precinct meetings should
called as promptly as possible.
Candidates who delay their nr
. nouncemtnt of party allegiance till
they can determine the prosptcts for
victory can hardly be trusted by any
party. The mnn ready to stnnd or fall
with n party principle possesses the
true sentiment of American goveri
ment. Late despatches picture Minister W11
hard nt work Interpreting dispatches
transmittal to the Washington gove-n-ment
from Peking. Wu's troubles bid
fnlr to be unending The world Is nr
much In the dark as to the Interpreta
tion of the Peking government as it
What has become of the Hnwulhn
Donrd. Wulluku sends out n call for
a pastor nnd Its call has jet to be heel
ed. Is this center of religious nctlvlty
sliding backward Into a stnte of Indif
ference or Is the situation given over
io the devil as a bad job?
One of the happy factors In the pre
ent contest over the sale of public
lands by Territorial ollklnls, Is thnt
the machinery Is In full operation
whereby the 0,11c stlon can be brought 10
a flnnl settlement. Hawaii's publ'c
lands will not be worth mtuh to any
Individual while a clouded title liunja
over the purchases.
The large number of people who
went to Tantnlus to csmpe the oppies
sive heat of the day wns fair Indica
tion of the wisdom of former members
of the Hoard of Agriculture In settlu 1
apart a special plot for park purposes.
Now the question Is, whether the pin I
of a former government to turn this
land over to private Individuals Is to
be carried out.
A notable feature of the Tantalus
forest In tho last few months la the
large number of horses wandering
freely through Its confines. These ani
mals destroy shrubs and small trees
and the eventual result will be the
destruction of the forest, If the matter
does not receive prompt attention of
the Commissioner of Agriculture or
the pound master.
Honolulu may be a sleepy town, but
captains of foreign mall steamers will
hereafter kindly remember that the
people are nlways nwake to the neces
sity of ships docking ns promptly ui
possible after their arrival off port.
When the Federal olllclals nre willing
to give the steamers quick despatch It
111 becomes ship's oHWcrs to treat tliuii
with scant courtesy.
Not tho least of the reforms appnr-
ent In tho administration of the dt -
piutnitnt of Public Works Is the em -
pigment of citizens of tho Tenltory Hi
nrv .M..I1 of niihllL construction Tho
old s)um of employing tniiiHluil O 1
entnU on tho roads or any other work
In hand Is fust becoming 11 back num
ber with Senator Mc Candles lit th'J
helm. Trim A rlinn government
Klws lint recognition to at I he, hard
The nllottmcnt of deltg.it 1 to the
various precincts made uj 'he E d u
tle committee of the Itepuhlhan pu
is n happ solution of wh.it niigli. nut.
glen rise to considerable dlsatlsfac
tlon It secures for eery District con
xentlon n good sized lepresentntlon for
ever) precliut In the selection of can
didates to the Legislature, nnd will
doubtless largely do iixny with the
iiosMhlllt) of any factional contests.
Owing to the vote cast nt the M.iy
prlmnrles being In many Instances lar
ger thnn the total vote nt the last gen
eral election there was naturall
inough of n general tendency to bam1
the representation on the primary vote
In canvnsslng the situation more clo
ly It Is apparent that the large vote
was brought out at the primaries onW
In those precincts where there were
contests. Hew of the precincts polled
the full enrollment list, since the vote
was merely for party organliitlon. To
base the representation to n conven
tion called for nominating candidates
to the Legislature upon the vote cart
In a party contest would be manifestly
unfair, If not beyond the power of the
Allotment of at least three delegates
to each and every precinct assures fair
representation In every district
throughout the Islands nnd should be
productive of the era of good will ind
hearty cooperation nbsolutely neces
sary to party success In the coming
election. The situation now rests In the
hands of the voters, who should en
deavor to put aside personalities and
combine In n henrty effort to place In
nomination men In whom tho people
have full confidence, men of Integrity
and in full sympathy with the broad
liberal principles of the Republican
U. V. Dillingham enn nlwn.vs be '!e
pended upon for n ray of sunshine how
ever dark threatening financial clou 1s
may appear to this community. Mr.
Dillingham not only takes a happy
lev of the situation, but Is the lend
Ing factor In securing the fulfillment
of his predictions. It would be difficult
to llnd n condition with which he could
not deal successfully, putting new con
fldence in tho hearts of the people an 1
money In their pockets.
Wailuku Wants a
Wailuku, Aug. 18. The congregation
of the KaaliUinanu native Protestant
church have written an urgent cnll to
Hev. Knulmaknule of Hawaii, to cc
cupy the Knahumanu pulpit, nnd no
reply has been ricelved from the latter
Jet. Since tho resignation of Rev.
Kupu over a ear ago, no one of the na
tive pastors have thought It prudent to
accept this field, and et It Is one of the
most Important fields on Maul, Wnll'i
ku being undoubtedly the metropolis
of the Island.
Not on!) do native pastors heslt.1'0
to accept pastoml vvoik In this district,
but the I'orelgn church Is also without
a pastor, with no possibility of getting
one. Itcv. Mr. Russell, traveling with
Mr. Flunk Damon, most ncccptuh!)
filled the pulpit n fortnight ago, but
he wns only n transient clergvman and
the pulpit Is still unfilled. Theie ni'iii
he something indlc.illy wiong with
either the congregations or
elect for Wailuku, judging by post
events, It has been very illflkiilt to st
cure pastors who cared to lemaln hern
permanently. The nefarious habit of
gossiping may be one of the dinwb.ii.ks
for Wnlluku Is brimful of Idle gosslp
pers. nnd would to heaven they cou'd
be eradicated from this quarter of the
earth, bo ns to make this place n per
fect haven to live In, not only for pas
tors, but also for the laity.
E. O. Hall Boh Win.
The stntement In another column of
this paper that the I'unahous heat tbc
K. O. Hall team nt baseball Satuida;
Is lucoirect. It was taken fiom the
Advertiser and Is, as usual, Incoireu
The n. O. Hall bojs defented tho Punv
I lions to the tuno of 23 to 3 by all
around good ball playing. The I'una
hous made all their runs In the lira'
two innings. After that, they failed to
score. So Ignominious waB the defeat
that some of the Punahou bojs went
to tho victors and asked them to re
frain from making any publication of
the facts In the papers. The hardest
hit of the day was a three bagger by
Edwin Paris of the E. O. Hall team.
Frank Lawless appeared again In the
Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of drunkenness. He was fined
12 and costs and warned by Judge Wil
cox that his appearances In the Police
Court were becoming a little too fre
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
; lnt thllnltdfrnni linuarv lt.
j tn July nt 1000.
lj - i MllivUt & CO.'S
, ' t-XIKADRY '. HU til casts.
I woet " Uutidon 18,413
Vm.lne.ry ".P"10'""::" l3-j8l
..ituaitn .1 vu 1 wit nivinu
pole , .. C.oci
Louis Rueilerer 4.-1 iK
All other brands , 27 013
Cvmplti from llw UmcUl Cuilom Huum Rtcordt
McFAIlUNE ti CO, LTD, Sole Agents.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
' builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, 1 J4 to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
An Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
The Personal Selection and Purchase of Ar. Schuman
from the factories in the East
CO.MPKISI.SG THE 'YM LATEST, MOST SmiSH, AND ELEGANT STOCK
Of VEHICLES IN HONOLULU.
These goods have JUST ARRIVED ex
sailing vessels. The stock embraces:...
Surreys, Phaetons, Runabouts, Low Wheel
Wagons, Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dash Lamps Sun Shades,
Lap Robes, Hack, Surrey and Buggy
Carpets, Sheep Skin Mats,
(different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Rubber Trimmings j
Light and Heavy Harness
Now Being Displayed at
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE & HARNESS REPOSITORY
Merchant, bet Fort and Alakea Sts.
Hr ft ft
at the '
Pacific Cycle Co.
FOR BALLAST !!
( White anil Ul.uk Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
PjT Hump Cirti furnliheJ by the day
011 Hour' Notice.
II. ri HITCHCOCK.
llithel St,, next lu I', O,
Kins and BetheI sts-
Hawaiian Government 6 per
for which the highest in.irktt price will
be paid. Inquire of
UI8H0P & CO.,
H j, V ZZ. to
1 I 25 el T
3 it 3 -."S-g 3
i " 3. "s
km . 0 "n
n B nl
f r si a
K? IS -
" 8 r
K C S
S r n
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND
Sure Prevention .
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
Boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purposes,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone thai
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu.
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
i; For sale . . .
. . . nnd
! HAWAIIAN BAZAAR,
Corner Hotel and
THE : PACIFIC : NURSERY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddln& Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
FINKE & CO.
Union St., above Hotel.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Klrctro-Hydnullc Power TmumlMloi
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Ctton-Nell Co., queen (treat.
Offloe next to Poi.xBoe. 12a
806 Judd Mock. Tele. 68S.
Honolulu Iron Works C'
Improved and modern BUUAH MA
CIIINKHY of every capacity and de
scription made to order, Holler work
mid ItlVKTUD 1'11'Ea (or Irrlgatloi
purposes a ipeclalty. Particular atten
tlon pnld to JOII WORK, and repalri
executed ut abortrit notice.
Fine Job Printing at
information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
NATIVE HATS, MATS,
the . . .
Olaa Sugar Co.
BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS
Notice Is hereby given that the 12th As
sessment heretofore advertised as of to per
cent due and payable on the 2nd of August
has been reduced to 2 'A per cent or 50 cents
per share, due and payable from the 10th
day of August, 1900, and delinquent Octo
ber 10th, 1900, penalty of I per cent per
month from Sept. loth, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1600 ist
The 4th ASSESSMENT of to per cent,
or fc.oo per share, due June zoth, 1900,
with Interest from July 20th, 1900, will be
delinquent on the istdayof October, 1900,
according to tesolution adopted by the
stockholders nt a special meeting held In
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on the 31st day of July, I goo.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nalilku Sugar Co., Ltd,
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1 600 15
The first Anmiiil Meeting of the stock
holders of the HOr.Ol.AJI.U STOCK
YARDS CO.. LTD., will be helJ .it a
o'clock p. in., .it the oflicc of the company,
August 37. IQO".
ifoywi A NEWHOUSI7, Secretary.
Fine Job Printing at
xml | txt