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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H.' I., MONDAY, JUNE 4 mno.
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rin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Seasickness n -
Pleasant and Refreshing
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
11 J J J
HONOLULU, DRUG GO.
When in Need of DRUGS
go to the
HONOLULU DRUa CO.,
Prescription Dim ftglwts.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Daily : Delivery :" to : Waikiki
ANY ORDEtt NO MATTER HOW SMALL
delivered from either of our stores daily to
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 3BigT Stores 2
Ihe Waterhouse btore
The Mclntyre Store
COR. KING ANtrrORT STS.
AN IMPURE STOMACH
makes impure blooj. Constipation, belch
Inj. nervousness. Insomnli, palpitation
and biliousness nre danc-r signals that
your stomach Is Incompetent -that It is
doing poor work. Don't experiment give
It Hostetttr's Stomach Bitter's, and be
well. Trv It for malaria or fever und ague.
The result will astound you Get It at any
drug store and see that a Private Reve
nue Stamp cover the neck of the bottle.
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
Carpenter Shop s
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Kl.ig
ttreet. Order left at either shop, or office,
at John Nott's itore, Klnij street, will re
ceive promp attention. 45'tf
Uonetal Mannj-er of
Tb Ratable Life AssuiAnce Sccuv
O' tho Hclted States for the Utwillt
On r MiihD atw.t Hof
M. PHILLIPS & 0.)
WholtMlo Importcri and Jobl-uc-
larope&n and American i)rt 3-t-
Co t nd Qnten H'rei
tLTuAOKPEi J) a r.K ""
i?MU COMMISSION far.'
(Continued from page 1 )
tlonal Convention at Kansas City bu
considered. Ho Rugf-eutett making It
four Instead of one. This was accepted
nnd tho report ns nmended vvnsndopted.
C. It. Dement moved, seconded by r
S. Peachy, that tin- committee of 21 bo
lrclected. Can leu.
Speech of Mr. Davidson.
.1. M. Davidson, the first Bpenkcr, vvnu
ictclvod with applause. Democracy, or
the rule of Demos, lind existed for ages.
Ho went back to tbo primitive1 agon
when tho people assembled to mako
their laws under n tree. If It woro u
cocoanttt treo In Hawaii, a kanaka
would occupy n position next tho tree.
Referring to discord In tho organlzlnic
of the local Republican party, ho hoped
nothing of that kind would occur
amongst tho Democtnts of Hawaii. It
was the rulo of tho people, or demo
cratic rule, which mado the Govern
ment of tho United States, of which
Hawaii had been mado an Integral
part, tho greatest In the world. Tho
people of tho United States camo from
many lands nnd spoke many languages,
but Hussions, Germans and other alien
peoples took pride In the fiecdom tlirv
found In their adopted country. It was
not to make a long speech that he. came
before them, but to say that ho was
now nnd nlwnys had been n Democrat.
Members of tho party hero might In
some cases hnvo pcrsuasUo powers,
such nsjiad been represented to bo one
of tho greatest qualities of Republi
cans, but If so those powers would nev
er be used to persuade to wioug doing.
Mr. Wise SpeutcH.
John S. Wise, tho next speaker, said
ho was thcro as a Democrat because It
was from this patty that lie flrst re
ceived the hand of welcome. Tho Ito
publicans had tried to terrify tho Hn
wailans into believing that It they hold
aloof fiom tho two great American par
ties they would bo deprived of their
franchise. It was tho Republicans who
had robbed tho Hnwailans of their
country. Wcro ho nnd his country
men to bo denounced becatisc they
could not cradlcato from their hearts
tho loo of their own couutty. (Cries
of No and applause.) They had been
advised not to join the Democrats be
causo they were opposed to everything
that was good. Was there no good in
a party that produced such a mnn n't
Thomas Jefferson, whoso principles ho
had quoted? Tho Republicans had not
only robbed them of their country, but
had deprived them of their franchise
in tho past and tried to do it for tho
future. For several years past ho had
been disfranchised. Ho had been a
staunch Royalist nnd as such spent u
year in prison. Today ho found him
self born again with tho full nnd free
franchise of an American citizen, nnd
took his plnco In tho ranks of tho
Democratic party. Mr. Wise, who Is n
grnilunto of Kamehamcha school, spoko
With pure English nccent and diction,
and was enthusiastically applauded at
Address liy Mr. McClnmilinn.
Mr. McClanahnn, when Mr. Hdlngs
hail failed to respond to a call, again
took the platform. Ho endorsed every
bcntlment of Mr. Wlso nnd denounced
the attempts to whip tho Hnunllans In
to party traces. The young Hawaiian
they hnd Just heard would grow gray
In tho Democratic party. What reason
able argument could anyone find In tho
Republican presi of Honolulu to prove
why that party should bo supported?
One thing hnd thus far stood out
piomlncntly In tho action of tho Demo
cints of this city, and that was the
most pel feet harmony. Ho trusted that
tills condition, would bo maintained.
Tbo opposlto party boasted thut they
would have the Hawnilans and 'ho
Portuguese and control tho country.
Ho was not afraid of tho Hawaiian
vote when such a young Hawaiian ns
they had just heard had como to tho
party's support. When tbo party mtt
In convention they must havo decorum
and harmony. The speaker closed
with another of tho funny stories thnt
had made his auditors laugh dining
Thcro wore no more speakers and
Col. McCarthy Introduced two Demo
cratic roosters sent to tho meeting with
tho compliments of J. II. Coney of
Mr. Johnson wanted to havo tome-
jono in each precinct to attend to en
rollment, but tho Ico president said
the committee would attend to thnt
Adjourned at 9:25.
Rigs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walk 1 1; I Road, Waikiki.
TEL. BLACK 141.
Democrats of Maul.
Walluku, Juno 2. Attorney Jos. I
Coke nnd Dr. W. R. Iioote, leaders of
the Democratic party on Maul, will
hold a meeting of their putty In the
court .ouse next Tuesday evening.
1 hey have been doing somo canvassing
and It Is expected that their adherents
will bo present at the meeting next
The first game of basket ball at the
V. M. C. A. Saturday night was won
by the Sophomores from tho Green and
Golds, tho scoro being 11-4. Tho Busi
ness Men won from the Diamond Head
team 9-4, Tbo Mallc-lllma team is now
at the head in tho tournament. Tho
Green und Golds stand next. Quite a
largo crowd was present at tho gnmrs
Glanders at Kohala
Walluku, Juno 2. Rev. W. Ault re
turned from Kohala, Hawaii, this weoi:
and ho stated that glanders were very
prevalent among tho horses In that
district nnd that was ono of tho chief
reasons that he failed to bring along
with him a spirited steed as ho did not
caro to spread that dreaded dlsoas?
nmong tho Maul thoroighbteds.
Tho Y. M. C. A. Juniors had a fine
ttmo at Waialua- Saturday. Upon ar
riving nt thnt placo they wont In bath
ing nnd after luncheon, explored tho
caves In the vicinity.
A FEW VERY PESIRABLB BUILD
INGLOTS on Nianu Avenus.at NIe
tops, Nuuanu Vallei for sal. Apply t
Cartwrlght Block, archant atrwt'
kad other Rings, Watches, Brace
'ets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f it velry.
El. Gr. BIART.
intV "opt 5tdiict.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEED
U.don St. near Hotel- 150
ARE YOU DEAF??
KT.rr kind of deaftataa and dlflleall 1
Intc ran lti earrd) by our new InTenllom oatr
hoi. b.Tlna bn born tleaf ara Ineurabl. Mtmtm
nhftrttrc.aentnf. 8.nd partlcalara ahoam
ToureaM. dw-aiutlon nd adTlc f m. rr
one can euro hlmMlf at. HI own noma at Tarjr
DM. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
M La-all Arenue, OHICAOO, ILL., P.8.A.
SHOULD BE OF INTEREST.
We have Just marked and placed on sale another large shipment of merchandise direct fiom
New York, comprising among other things some of the latest novelties for ladies' evening wear,
arriving Just in time for the approaching opera season.
French Silk Gauzes.
With alternating satin and lace stripes, 44 inches wide, in
black and all the popular evening; shades pink, light blue,
maize, lavender, bhek shot, with silver threads, black wjlh
citin cfrirtA "lnW of-rn lnrf inprMnn N!il. trrppn. mni75 urilh
kjnilll JlllVb MHV V.VIU ,W ,....,... I..V,.., ...... .W.., ...u.i.. ......
'.. t. . 1 ! 11- lllfl 11
i satin snipes ana ecru lace insertion, oiacK spangiea wnn goia
'Sequins, black spangled with cence sequins, .and white
spangled with silver bequins. These are only a few of a stock
too numerous for individual mention, comprising chiffons,
silk mulls, liberty silks, &c.
This most desirable fabric we import direct from Japan, and
the number of irood qualities it possesses is astonishing;. It
resembles silk in lustre and strength; it is made from a vege
table fibre, and consequently washes, laundering perfectly;
it does not readily crumple or muss, but once rumpled it is
readily pressed so that it looks as good again as new. In
spite of its extreme thinness, .its strength is remarkable. It
makes one of the daintiest of evening dresses.
Gimps and Passementeries Galore.
For trimming evening dresses. We have a stock very com
plete in all evening shades, in bead passamenteries, silk ap
pliques, chiffon ruffles and ruchings, sequins in all colors,
sequin trimmings and applique, and a host of others too
numerous to mention.
Gloves, Gloves. Gloves.
We carry the world-known Dent's kid
gloves than which no better is made. We
have ihem from two-clasp length up to
wenty-two (22) button length. We have
ham in bkek, white, pink, light blue, laven
ler, tans, etc Any one wanting a first-
Jass, perfect fitting glove, will do well to
mil nnH pvnmiiif thf FV. t plnves. Their
4priceisno higher tmn others in spite of
Just received and marked, a line of the latest in evening
fans, no two alike. Among ihem there are some exquisite
creations hand-painted, daintily colored, with hand-carved
ivory s-icks. No evening gown will be complete without
one of these tans. Come and see them.
Just received direct from.Europe, a half dozen opeia capes
which we b lieve will be pronounced by competent judges to
be the triumph of the dressmaker's art. There are no two ot
these alike in any respect, and any lady wanting a really ch'ck
and up-to-date cape should see these at once. They are so
fiew and so desiiable they will not last long.
iNow a wo'd on oilier subjecis than '
evening wear . . .
Ladles' Muslin Underwear.
Our slick of this is very complete and chofca, we buying
only of the very best makers with the most advanced ideis and
styles. This siock is worthv of inspection.
Have just pi iced on sale another lirie of
ladies waists, in both colors and wnih, com
prising ever thing that is la'est and new; and
what is of some importance, they are marked
For the benefit of tourists who come here
unrrepared with suitable clothing adapted b
thi. climate, we would savthat ourshi t waits
and our ready-made skirts of linen and coeit
cloth ttc , should p ove a boon.
We h.tve just received direct from New York, a vy choice 'Ine (f the latwt In
NECKWEAR. There Is not .m old number h the lot. These hive te.n vtry care
fully selected, and will on'y hive to be setn t be apprectati-d..
In addlllun we have our usu d steck of carefully selected Gents' Fi mtshtnts.
B, F. EHLERS & CO.