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' ' THE ' EVENING BULLETIN: . HONOLULU, H. U .WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ,, 1900.
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Published Every Day except Stindii,
at 210 King Street. Honolulu,
T. of 11.. by the
iiuixtrriN I'UUMsiiiKa company
WAM.ACH K. KAttltlNOTON . . lMttcir
DANIEL. LOOAN City Eilltnr
Entered at the l'ost Office at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
I'ir ear 8.00
Per ear, postpaid, U. S., Cnnnda
or Mexico 10.00
Per nr, postpaid, foreign 13 00
Payable Imnrlnbly in advance.
Post Office Box
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22, 1900.
The Republican party Is too small to
maek room for factional strife, and too
large to bo Influenced by the personal
attacks made by a political pirate.
Every candidate to the L;glslatuie
will be pledged to the progressive mu
nicipal policy, provided the Republi
cans elect delegates to the convention
firmly grounded on broad minded, lib
The Integrity of National Commit
teeman Sewall In his work for (ho suc
cess of the Republican party Is con
stantly brought before the public by
the narrow minded, personal attacks
of the Advertiser.
Ninth Precinct Republicans of he
Fifth district have started In on the
work of the campaign In the active co
operative spirit that presages success.
A good example is furnished for 1.11
precincts to follow.
The Advertiser Intimates that Col.
Parker will nut be the nominee of the
Republican convention. The Adver
tiser will have a real nice time learn
ing n lesson In the popular Btrength
and capacity of Col. Parker.
McKlnley's policy, which Is the poli
cy of the Republican party, Is so well
known to thu people and officers of
this Territory, that any attempts to
defeat it In the administration of pub
lic affairs merely resolves Into an evi
dence of the lack of Integrity of the
Announcement Is made that W. J.
Drjan will make few speeches during
tho coming umipulgn. Ilryan's frlcnls
have found that ho talks too much, l
sides If ho went on tho stump tho mot
of his time would bo taken up ex
plaining why ho worked for the re
tention of the Philippines and now
wants to throw them overboard.
Apropos of employment by tho Judi
ciary and Attorney General's depart
ment of recently arrived candidates tor
office, a prominent Hawaiian writes the
Dulletln "McKlnley's policy declared
to be giving offices bo far as possible, to
llawallans. Moro malahlnls. McKln
ley's policy? Tra la la la." The 'net
that any officer of the Territory shows
a deslro to defeat McKlnley's policy
does not rellcct upon the Integrity of
McKlnley, nor does it Indicate that
the President's policy will fall of
Tho "law point" raised In connec
tion with the election of Hawaii's
delegate to Congress Is a far fetched
affair that need not cause the voters
serious worry. While the Territorial
law does not define tho time and man
ner of the delegate's election, it does
specify those having a right to voto for
this representative and also provides
for a general election, at a tlmo when
all the States and Territories elect
their representatives to. Congress. Vot
ers of Hawaii will certainly not be
tho first to maintain that they are not
entitled to representation. Hence Ha
waii will elect Its delegate and Ills
right to a seat in Congress will be de
termined by the House of Representa
tives In Washington. It Is not the pur
pose or Intent of the Territorial law to
refuse Hawaii representation and the
United States Congress can be depend
ed upon to seat the Hawaiian delegtto
who receives the majority of the votes.
IT BECOMES AMU8ING.
So the Advertiser objects to National
Committeeman Sewall's endorsement nt
Hon. Samuel Parker as delegate. In
fact It objects to the endorsement of
Parker from any Republican. This Is
merely another item of the Advertiser-!)
continuous performance of personal
splto and antagonism to Hawaiian
Americans which Is fast developing
Into ii faito comedy. As an oigan uf
personal spltu our contemporary wo'ild
of inline bit pleased to aeo the national
(omiultti cmnn and tho party organiza
tion use olllilttl position In further per
sonal ambition Irropectlvii of the par
ty's welfare) or thu right of llavwill.m
Ami i linns In prominent reiounUInn in
Ihn Wnlli d H lilies CiinKim. Tim Ad
mllnr'n link of Integrity lnu In fart
liuouiu mull n by. word milium c)i.
nti of llic MTrlrlnry I hut bus now ho-
mini it ImukIiImk iV,
III liU mlvnniiy of (!o, 'mlir'4
tiilidliluey Mr Huvvull bus ilm iiimrt
nnil luurly rooiniltoii n muli men
as It, P. Daldwln and his associates.
men whom the Aihertlso iinn assumid
to represent and succeeded only In mh
lepresentlng na usual. Col. 1'nrlur's
iiuallllcutlons ns a candidate for dele
gate to Congress are so appal ent O
the business community that his nomi
ration by the ntpMb'.lean Territorial
convention is so certalnlyassured tlin"'
It will be a men matter of form. Pos
sibly the Advertiser will 'oppose him.
It con usually bo depended upon to
oppose any men or measures put forl'hS
by the Kepubllcans; more particularly
any movement which elves prominence
of official position to native Hawallans.
Col. Parker Is and will be the Repub
lican business man's candidate, Tha
Advertiser will perhaps run a ticket
of Its own in opposition to the people.
GOLD ON THE SIBERIAN COAST
Victoria, D. C, Aug. 10. An expedi
tion Is being seml-secretely organized
here to make a trip to Siberia. Captain
Duchholz, who commanded the Alpha
on her famous trip to Nome, Is under
stood to be at the back of the venture,
and Is chartering a schooner to make
the trip. He claims to have discovered
very rich sands on the Siberian coast
on the occasion of the Alpha trip. He
says they are richer than the Nome
sands, and that their existence Is
known only to himself.
Associated with him In the venture
Is a Russian gentleman recently from
St. Petersburg, who has secured a con
cession from the Czar's Qovernmen.
Tho beach to which they will sail H
hemmed In by sandhills and the en
trance Is blocked by shoals. It Is un
derstood! that a number of adventurers
have agreed to pay Uuckholz 3000 to
pilot them to the spot, where they will
stake out n tnwnslte and boom the
place as was done at Nome.
PARIS AWARD FOR PRINCETON
New York, Aug. 10. A special to
the Sun from Princeton, N. J., says:
News has been received here by Pro
fessor William I.lbbey from Prince
ton's representative nt the Paris Ex
position that the Jury of award at the
Exposition granted a Orand Prix medal
to Princeton University, which Is the
highest award In the college depart
ment. The news was greeted here to
night with great satisfaction. T'io
leading colleges and universities of the
world were representee!. The exhibit
was prepared hero last spring by Pres
ident Patton, Professor I.lbbey, Pro
fessor Andrew West und Moaes Taylor
l'yne, who wero nppolnted a committed
by the tniBtois of the university to do
the work. It comprises n handsome
water color painting of Nassau Hall,
thirty-one education charts, books by
Princeton graduates Illustrating
Princeton life, large photographs (it
the campus buildings and relics from
Gold Const War.
Ilakwal, Aug. 11. A column of 700
men under Colonel Ilurrovvs has re
turned from Kumnssl, having reinforc
ed nnd re-ratloned the fort for two
months. The force attacked and de
stroyed three old Btockades after a
desperate bnonet chargo In which four
officers and thirty-four native soldiers
were wounded and three killed. On
the night of August 7th Colonel Ilur
rovvs attacked an Ashantl war camp
near Kumnssl, surprising the camp an.l
bajonettlng the enemy. Orent numbers
were slain, without a gun being fired.
A lieutenant was killed arid two men
were wounded, I
Other (lying columns are going out
nnd it Is believed that the punishment
inflicted will not soon be forgotten,
though several defeats are still needr-J
to clear tho country south of Kumanil
of the rebels.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into thllnltJfmm hnuarv it.
to July nt. moo.
G. H. MUMW & CO.'S
Vtoet & Chandon 18.413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,28) "
Hledslck St Co , ury Mono
pole 0.OCQ "
Louts Koederer 4.418 '
All other brands 27012 '
TOTAL -135,184 "
-C'lnpiltd from the OfticUlCuitom Houtt Rtcordt
MACPARLAHB & CO., LTD., Soli Agents.
'in 1 1 1 in. h.i-.. 4
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
The Governor dlrec s notice to be given
that, whe eas Monday, September 3rd, Is
by law a national .lulldav, Known as
Labor's H illJay, all public offers will be
closed on that day.
A. G. HAWES, JR.,
Private Se.rctary to the Governor,
Capitol, Honolulu, August 22, 1900.
TO HI I'Ulil.lCAN VC1TI US Of Till! IOTII
I'HrUNCT, 5TII DISTRICT,
Notice I licetiy glvrn tlmt a rncttlni; nf
the litpuhllc.m voter uf the 10th I'rcclnct,
1th District, will Ix liflJ at KitulimeU
School 1 1 mix at 71)0 111, on MONDAY)
AiiKUtt 97, looo, fr tin iuriuicaf untunl
jIIoii iinj fur null oilier luitlnru in mav
(oim txfuft t lie mrilliiK,
W, II, CUAWPOHD,
Honolulu, Auk. it, 1000, ini it
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
NewJIne 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, XA to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of
Ad Unexcelled Site for
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes cently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Kqko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
I-or further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
The Personal Selection and Purchase of Mr. Schuman
from the factories in the East
COMPRISING THE VERY LATEST,
Ul- VfcmLbl IN" HONOLULU.
These goods have JUST ARRIVED ex "Australia" and
sailing vessels. The stock embraces:
Surreys, Phaetons, Runabouts, Low Wheel
wagons, tsike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dash
uap kouc8, nacK, ourrey ana Buggy
Carpets, Sheep Skin Mats,
(different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Rubber Trimmings i
Light and Heavy Harness
SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE &
Merchant, bet Fort
EQUAL TO AXY $50.00
VARIETY I OF I DESIGNS
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
HLECTION OP OI-PICUU8.
At a incut lug of the ttocltliolJtr of tin
WAIKIKI ItlsACII CO.. I.'I'IJ. he J
July 34, lyoo, the follow ln swccltctcj
ollicrrnof thr cinii.inyi
S. S. s.h.il, I'reilJrnl.
tl, N. Alniv, ftt-uurti,
V. II I'lHWheCtrtmy.
(binnej) w. ii, cu'i r,
, i . ' SmeUiy,
Honolulu, July n, 1 000, Kj)wi
Kin and Bethel Sts.
the Government Waialae Road.
Hotel or Sanitarium !
MOST STYLISH, AND ELEGANT STOCK
Lamps Sun Shades,
and Alakea Sts.
aitADE in evehy respect
WHEEL IN THE MARKET
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES - THE - LOWEST
LTD., Alakca St., nr Merchant
Coiiiiiiiiiy'H OKor Rejected,
.MiiniiKiiii, Nliiimtiiiii, Auk. U. TIio
I t'Pl est ntnt l u nt tlin Inlvruti'iinlo
I'miul Coinpuii)' Ihivii In mi iiimiiimi't.
fill In tin lr erf oil tn K't mi extrimlmi
nf llimi fur iUiiniltlnK wltli the (Inv
crniiiiiil uf Nlmruiitiu IIOu.ooo uolil niu)
iH'Klinilng Ilia t niihtriK lion nr u rill
rimil Hinl miml urrnm tho luillilr)' ,
JncC Pottie & 'Sons I
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP ,AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip" '
Sure Prevention . .
: Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1 ,
.... Masonic Temple. ...'.,
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 itsetf an artistic piece of engineering afford
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 connection
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
For sale . . .
I of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
Corner Hotel tnd
Is hereby given that Miss S. R. Jehu
has this 1 8th clay of August, A. D. 1900
been appolnteJ as Notary Public for Jhe
District of Honolulu, First Judicial Circuit
of the Territory of Hawaii.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
Office of the Attorney General, Hono
lulu, Aug. 18, 1900, l6t3-3t
TEB : PACIFIC : SDBSBRY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddlngfi. Funeral Designs
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE 1:
Union St., above Hotel.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White nml BlncU Saml
1 In QiMinltlvs Ui Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE,
tf pump, Curli fiirnMied by the day
011 Hour'i Notice,
II. R HITCHCOCK,
Hethel SI,, nM to , O,
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
the . . .
Olaa Sugar Ct.
BV ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS
Notice Is hereby given that the 12th As
sessment heretofore advertised as of 10 per
cent due and payable on the 2nd of August
has been reduced t6 2i per cent or.50 cents
per share, due ana payable from the 10th
day of August, 1900, and delinquent Octo-
per totn, 1900, penalty of 1 per cent per
month from Sept. 10th, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1600 1st
The ath ASSESSMENT of 10 rw r,nt
or a.oo per share, due June aoth, 1900,
with Interest from Julv 20th. inoo.wlti h.
delinquent on the 1st day of October, 1900,
according to resolution adopted by the
stockholders nt a stxclat tntetimr ii.i.i in
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on tne jtst day or July, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
lfonolulu, August lit, 1900. ttoo 15
nt ( rtiinii 11 meeting nr he since
holJeri of the IIO.NOI.Ul U sioct
YAHpS CO" 1.1 1),?"' iV'ff h, j.SK
Auwil 5;,"1 ,lw Ai" uf ,'" w'Wv!
Itojwi A NBWHOUSH. Swilary,
The first Annuil Meeting nf tliesluclc
rine Job Printing at