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Vol. X, No. 1707..
HONQLULTJ,"li,ftRiTOllY OF.riilWAII, MONDAY. XEBHUARY18, lduJL
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Large Number of Guests
Present in Hall
OFFICERS AND ASSISTANTS
- DRESSED LIKE AMERICANS.
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Band Boys Furnish ilusic for Occa
" sioflh-Elaborate Luncheon Serv
ed No Chinese Officials
The United Chinese 'Society enter
tained' most successfully at their hall
on King street from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
today In honor of the Chinese New,
Year whlchjthtt Reform party sn-B be
gins today and'whlfchthe loyalists In
sists, begins tomorrow.
Tim reception roqra.-was decorated
with ferns' ifrtjl palraJjArtd, placed In a
prominent position. Vim ': plate of Chl
neso ljllfcs. '.Thero was a totalabienqe
of the old time custom of burning Joss
slicks and Chinese clothes', the mem
bers wishing to show their sympathy
with modern-Ideas, 0
The band,1 stationed on tho narrow
lanat nkthe front part'otthe building,
played lively airs durlng;tho reception
hours and succeeded Iri.attractlag great
crowds outside the halt?
In the back rooms, an elaborate
luncheon was served tn those "Ao car
ed to partake. Wine' flowed freely, the
Chlneso wishing tho health or thetr
New Year to be drunk In (he very besti
In the hallway "was a table lauen with
cigars and Chinese sweeU. This place
was very much frequented. -
The guests wero received by II. A.
Hln, president, and Wong Chow, vice
president of the Boclety. They were as
sisted by the follwagorpung.men: Ho
Kon. w. Y. Kwal Fong. Lin Skin Chow,
L, T. Chin, Lnu Tang, Chang Chow and
Sec Young. Both of the two officers
named and their assistants, were dress-'
cd In the every day cloth'es of an Am
erican citizen. Among those present
at the reception wero the following:
Albert Carey, M. D., W. E. Howell.
F. W. Damon. B. S. C. Lapman, WIN
llam II. Mixer, Wray Taylor, Edward
Dekum, Nlkolaus Lakucta, J, F, Hum
burg. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, W. Aus
tin Whiting, W. J. Robinson. Alexan
der F. Oarvle, Mrs. J. K. Durkctt, W. n.
Scott, .1. K. nurkctt, Herbert G. Middle
ditch, the Misses Itoss.H. M. von Holt,
Consul for Thftifetherlands, Dr. Henry
W. Howard, Adjutant Oncra! N. O. H
J, II. Soper, Von Hamm-Yo'ung Co.,
Hoffschlncgcr & Co., Ulshbp & Co., J,
0. Spencer, L. E. Pinkham, F. M,
Rrooks, A. L. C, Atkinson, T. McCants
Stewart. A. PV Jufld, SJpjrji McQxew,
Harry Mist, Dr. uoaa, .wncst noss. J,
Johnson, W. W. Hall, Chas. Atherton
Frank E. Thompson Henry Vlerra, W,
F. Schmidt. Rotj Weymouth, S,lg, A. do
Souza Canararro, Prof. Henry Derger,
J. K. Iirown.-Jas.iL. Holt,,R. Weedo'n,
F, S. Dodge, Frank E. Nichols, James
Ellis Tucker, S. K. Ka-ne, John S.
Walker, W. Porter Doyd. Hon. S. M.
Damon, John Waterhouse, W. C, Parke,
A. Lovekln, A. Berg, Mr. and Mrs. H.' Z.
Austin, Mrs. Melvin Vanlmon, Rev.
Kon-JIn-Dk, Hon. Ceoil Brown, Judgo
Lyle 4, Dickey. C. II. Dickey, C. L.
Crabbo, Midrew DrowtiOcov Ashley, A.
Fernandez, Theo. F. Lansing, Attorney
General Dole, L. L. McCandIess, Jas.
L. Sims, II. A. njgelowyW, W. Thayer,
I,. Schweltzor, C, J&fcoltlnij A. VOflr,
Dr. McOrew, W..C. Wiedon, Df. C.Aji
Garvin, Jonathan Shaw, C. Walters,
James L. Garvin, Rev. Edward W.
To Insure Fairness -I
to the large number of applic
ants, the first choice of lot? In
this splendid sutnub yvlll
Saturday, March 23,
a low upset price Is placed on
tjiejots; this, with their loca
tion, Improvements and condi
tions, make them the best
home Investment In
Apply to the HoIch AgentH
McClellan, Pond & Co.,
and W. R. Castle, Jr.
Thwlng, John Lv-Kaulukou, A, G. C6r-
rea, John W, Short,. R. McCwilav,
Alvarez, Marston Campbell
Prl f Cummins, Pierre Jones,, Horace
Craabd, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown, Wnv
Thompson, F. L. Waldron, Foo Sng,
Tong, Miu Chong, Lam Chong Chan, Kl
Cheong Wong Duck Yun, Chank Yuk
Sun, Foo Yan Chung, Chinese Hospital,
Lam Jeck Sing, Mlu Shoong Sun, Geo
Wo Tong, Teng Ye Wn. Wut It Ngow,
Yee" Sing Tie;' Wo Fat Co., Yco Ling
Tie, Wa Ha Bo, Wing Loy Co., T. S.
Shung, C. Tal Lung, R, A. Heen, C. J,
Akana, Wm. Y. Kwal Tong. W. W.
Ahana, Wong Shlu King, J. Mock Man
Kam, Chung K. At. Kong Dick, C. K.
Ayau, Fo Kam Gin, Mock' Man Kam, L.
M. Plng,"Lc'o Yuk Lin, Llh Shen Chow,
Wong Tal Kal, Lum Lee S(ng, Lau'.MIn
Foon, Law King Wun, Wing Wo Chan
Co., Lum Hoo Chin, Wo n, Him Sing
Tong, La'u 'Shak Lin, Chang Ng King,
Hln Wo Co.,'Leong Kam Fal, Kung Ng
Cheong. Choy Wan, Shell Lin.
This day hot having been recognized
officially by tho Chinese Government
and therefore, Consul Yang Wei Pin,
neither this official nor nny of those
Chinese Identified with the" Consulate,
were present at the reception.
One lone Corcan, wishing to show his
advanced' Ideas of the fitness of thjp
VUlieU Ui lilt) llttil Ul HUUUl i.W UVlW
REPORT OF CASES IN WHICH,
NO BILIS.WERE FOUND
Interpreter Bush Takes a Sixty Day
Vacation New Turn vtca
In the Circuit Court this morning,
the Grand Jury reported five more In
dlclments which will net be made" pub
lic until tomorrow. The Grand Jury
also reported the following cani ex
amined In which no bills were found:
Chee Kin, embezzlement; Punohu,
Kawal Lincoln, Henry Kla, Ulysses S.
Harris and Kawlka.'mtfliclong Injury;
Takamoto, assault with a weapon; Lu-
knno, Elcakala, Henry Kekaula, San
ucl Snlffen, Charles Klemm, Ah Pung,
Yamamoto, larceny In the second ac
The Court ordered theso persons to
bo discharged, if In custody, and all
John E. Rush, tho Hawallin inter
preter, was granted a leave, of ab
sence, for sixty days and Ell J. Craw
ford was appointed to serve tempor
arily In his place.
It is understood on' pood authority
that Mr. Bush Is to bo the Interpreter
In one of the houses r.t the oncoming
session of tho Legislature.
, Picas of not guilty wero token this
morning as follows:'1' Kuaell, eh.irged
with larceny In first degree; Kriroolia-
metia and Naino, cnargea wiinj.jar
ceny In second degree. ,,
t Shofwlll oPWIIIlam D. Hunt was ad
inltted to probate. .,
. P. D. Kellett was appointed as nas-
teti.to examine the accounts of R. '1
cathcart and nenccca a. uouu, execu
tor nn1 executrix of tho will of James
Dodd. The petition of R. W. Cathcart
for extra compensation and that of
Rebecca A. Dodd for allowanco of ox-
penses, were denied.
Robertson & Wilder, attorneys for
Liliuokalani and John II. Wilson, filed
motion today to dissolve the Injunction
Issued tgalnst them en complaint of
E. P. Dole, Attorney General, for the
Territory of Hawaii.
" Tenth Infantry fop Manila.
Washington, fc'ob. 7. Several orders
were issueu ai tno war Department iu
day looking to tho replacement of the
volunteer troops In tho Philippines by
regulars. Two battalions of tho Tenth
Infantry now In Cuba will bo brought
to Nowport News and thencp trans
ported by rail to San Francisco, whero
they will embark for Manila on tho
first available, transport.
5 Temperance Crusade)
Tho meetings so far assigned in the
temperance crusade, will bo held at the.
Central Union church. Dr. E. S. Chap
man will speak tonight on "Tho Saloon
and Womanhood;" Tuesday night, on
"Tho Saloon nnd Manhood;" WeilnesH
day night, "Th"o Star of Hope In Tcmn
Hongkong, Feb. D. A dispatch from
Canton announces the arrival, ;of tho
now Viceroy of Canton, Tho native
nowspapers approve tho appointment,
stating that tho new official belongs to
tho progressive party,
Tho enEaccment Is announced of
Miss Alho E. Wekarrt of Hnnokaa,
Hawaii, to Mr. L. B. Pchallberg.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PI3N. All bIzcs, all shapes. H
: IN THEAIAMEDA
One of Heroes of San
Juan Hill Passed
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N FACE OF DEATH
Carried Bleeding Body of His Friend
Miles to , a Plac fof j 'Safety
Orme is nor in ,
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Among those who departed for tho
Coast in the steamer .Jimcxla last even
Ing, was Mton iMItchelL'Ji ;firofig
passenger frlim thefCobnlek Mtny of
.the llullctlriVadetSii'lJl romernbor Mr1.
Mitchell for his great presence of mind
and courage at the battle of. San Juan
hill in 1S98. V. t ,
It was during the famoliB eharse up
San JuanJilH, that at-n-freaT"Tl8)c-of
losing his own life, he carried, the, torn
nn'd1 blic'dlftg" bow of Norman qrmc
to Ttr"-place -where" 'Inedlcar astst
anco :ould bo obtalneL
Orme had beon.plereoJ"by the 'dreaded
It seems that the body of the young
Mauser bullctt which had lacerated his.
body in a tearful m&ncjfon account
of the peculiar course M theQnlssllo
thrpugh tho body. j
tarnmlndful of his own dangevMltch
ell picked up his wounded comrade and
carried him away llko a child.
Mr. Mitchell U a man of means. He
Is taking Iffo Jmfi after nliTny trying
scenes as a soldier In the new Island
possessions of Uncle Sam. .
Mr. Ormo, the man who.ie life was
undoubtedly saved by the bravo art
of his comiadc, is now a resident of
Honolulu. He was recently connected
with the post.pfllce. Mr. Orme' story
Is well known In Honolulu and he'
takes great pleasure tn telling all his
friends of tho fearlessness of Mr.
Mitchell In the face of a galling Arc
and of this man's cojirago when. In
the face of death, he curled him for a
great dlstanco to a plico of safety.
Tho meeting of the -Iwo friends In
Honolulu was a most pleasant event
to both tho young men as like occa
sions of tho kind will ever bo.
Mardl Gras at Bwa.
A masauerado was given at the
anpcUlfc ' pavilion at, Evt'i plantation'
Saturday evening, inj mane-ups wero
all well dorid and when tno hour for un
masking came, the surprises were
btortfliip. Dr. Davis had assumod ithq
gulso 0f a negro, , walteri ' Manager,
Rcnton Impersonated Ihd unspeukablo,
nrlcst. Mrs. Douglass ,W48 attired lb an
. original nnd striking coslnmo of Jwa
rsugar uags. The quintet, cub rrom tnis
qiiy rurnisnea .piusic jpr mo uuuciuk.
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. Foster Ferftuaon Nuptials
' The marriage of Henry Granville
Foster and Margaret Kdlth Ferguson
was solemnized Saturday evening at
the Foster home on Fort street. Tho
ceremony wns performed by Rev, Ham
ilton Lee of St. Andrew's .Cnthedral
Fred Smith was best man and Miss
Agnes Kl. Foster, maid-ofrhonpr, Tho
ceremony was performed Imtho parlor,
which wns beautifully , decorated with
made nnd flowers of'ihp huapala va.
rlety. , ,
Tho organ was .played, by Wray Tay-
Died From an Operation,
Sllaa Chrlstlaubcrry a soldier
wounded nt Tlon Tsln, who was being
taken homo on tho Solace, died Sat
urday night at 11 o'clock.
Saturday afternoon tho surgeons on
tho ship amputated tho Injured leg o(
tho soldier and tho resultant shock
was tho cause of death.
Tho remains were Interred In Nuu
anu cemetery this morning, it llttlo
nftcr U o'clock, 'A firing squad from
Camp MgKlnley attended the body to
Kb last resting place.
Chapman Hits Hard ,
. at Liquor Traffic
Dr, 3. S. Chapman gave, an address
last evening nt tho Central Union
church. Ho was radical and logical
from the standpoint of tho untt'-saloon
league. Ho said saloons have, no rights
oxcept thoso conferred upon them by
tho peoplo. Ho believed ho detected a
popular wavo of hosltlllty to tho sa
loon, In this town which will end In Its
banishment, Loud a.iplauso greeted
Dr. Chapman., He brought horn
voattnnalltttltw fnf IIia fvtatnn nf m.
loons !n HonoTulu, to the bnslWs men
of the city. ' 4
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Judfte WlleAr,si. lattwyretcM.
All the cases in tMTWle Court this
morning that rsxjuir!, tbc 'services of
Interpreters, wens' eosUipued until to
morrow oni-accoMt-tBf .the absenco of
thoso officers in taw-teult Court.
Judge Wilcox, ifcd In passing
thai the sooner a, chaste of affairs was!
lnatiioiea by uhi josvernrnpnt, me
better. There shW)4 'Oe a set of In
terpriura for the Ciraak Court and an
other' for the PollcWhrt,P,he busl
ncstVif the latter waMluontinually
lmiidlcapped by tslis om'the Circuit
vjoun lor me interpreters.
,y' Church on Solace
Yesterday morning i'.igh mass was
celebrated on the Solace by Father
Renny. Nearly all the brothers -from
St. Louis Cnllcga werj present .during
th celebration and inmy town peoplo
wars also there.
DR. R. WARKENTIN
fTALKS ABOUT SAMOA
Telli of Condition of Affiurs in Islands
lahor Problem,, to Be Settled
Contract with Japanese Enter
ed Into Many Guns .Turned In.
' Among the passengers in the steam
ship Alameda for thlj port Is Dr. R.
Workehtln of Kocntgsburg, East Prus
sia, who.has been spending a couple of
months In the Samoan Islands on a
pleasure' trip and also to - study the
existing conditions, habits and cus
toms of the Samoans.
Interviewed by a Bulletin reporter at
the Hawaiian hotel today he volunteer
ed the following information; "During
my stay at Apia, I was a guest at Val
lima, the former country home of tho
late. Robert Lonla Stevenson, hut now
the property of Mr, Kuntz of Honolulu.
As regards Samoa, you might my that
Dr. Solf. the governor, has established
.peace, an2 on. tiro first of tho new year
he Issued a proclamation- thatf all re
maining guns nnd munitions of war be
brought to hlnv
"On January 27, which waa tho birth
day of tho German Emperor, the na
lives brought in 1200 guns that had
been found scattered amongst a populn
tlon nf 30,000 men, women and chil
"You might add that the Samoans
IslnndB nre very rlrh and fertile and
when the question of labor Is fully
settled, the islands will be ivelopcd by
Jeaps nnd hpunds. Tha roiintry at the
present tlmo s peaceful ond there is
but little doubt as to Its rcmnlnlng so
for an Indefinite period.
"When 1 ltft'thcro Tverc, no men-of-
war. In the harhor, nnd onlv about thir
ty1 soldiers, these on pokc-o iiiur
"At the present time,, jfao plantations
are somewhat humponjjpn' account of
tho scarcity of labor jjuti''in'ordor to
'relieve the congestion 'of labor, the
Samoan government .lias contracted
with tho government ui Java 'for tho
importation of Malay workmen. Up to
tho present time, however. nonVof the
planters have availed themselves .of
government aid. They will, in all prob
ability, do so later on.
'Kuropcami who contemplato em
barking Into vnrlouB business enter
prises In the Samoan Islands, may do
so without trepidation or fear. The
next few years will witness the rapid
development of the country.
A, BAD RUN AWAY.
The steam roller at work on tho
strrets by,. the liost ofllco frightened a
horse, ("riven by two"' women, Saturday
evening, causing n disastrous runaway,
One woman wns enrrying a small child;
tho other was n Salvation Army girl.
Their buggy wns umashod to -pieces In
a collision with tho rlR of Mr, Hngan,
manager of tho Pacific Vehicle nnd
Supply Co. Neither of ilio women were
seriously hurt. Mr. Hagon was se
verely bruised and Btunntd. Tho horso,
driven by tho women kicked looso front
tho buggy and disappeared toward
BONDS TOIKEBP PEACE!,
In tho' Pollco Court UiIb forenoon,
lleers, Scholtz nnd lloppcs, three fire
men on tho American, wero put under
bonds of J!jtjhiilecc to Veep tho peaco.
Tliey veto charged with tlyoatcning
language toward James Dalton, first
officer of tho grelg'bter by aying that
they would disembowel him before his
nrrlvul In Now York. Tho captain and
first arid second ofllecn: of tho Ameri
can, testified against the men. S. F.
Cblillngwnrth appeared for tho defense
and Deputy Sheriff CMIIIngworth for
Know how Biiblimo n thing it Is to
rldo a. Tribune nnd bo famous for
H GASE is
Must Go on tWs After-
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KMWRER FltfD IN
CONTRACT .LABOR CASES
Hauna Loa Officer Becomts a Citizen
Two New Rules' Adopted
in the Federal
In tho habeas corpus case, of C, C.
Dlttlng, who Is under sentence of ten
days imprisonment for contempt a
continuance wns granted this inbrn-
Ing for tho third time by Judge Eatsr
in tho United States District Court
Trial was set for 2 p. m. today and the
matter is being heard this afternoon.
The continuance was lucessarytpn
account of the absenco of plaintiff's
counsel. Judge Esteo said. "This case
must proceed at 2 o'clock today. It
cannot be continued again. If counsel
for Mr. Hitting does not appear or If
Mr. Hitting docs not appear In his own
behalf, the Court will appoint soma
one to conduct the casV Mr. Hitting
n-oe and stated that be would plead
h!s own caso In tho absence of other
crunsel. JudgR Estec called High
Sheriff Drown to the witness stand and
C.c:.Ioncd h!n asaln as to the ar
rangements In the Oahu prison for seg
regatlng the different classes of prls
Argument on the demurrer In the suit
of tho Toklo Immigration Company
vs. tho Maunnlel Sucar Co., was set
for Wednesday at 10 a. m. This Is a
suit In which the plaintiffs are. seeking
to recover on contrac.13 made tn May
and( August, 18S9, to furnish the ds-
renuani wun inuorers urougni iroin -ia
pan. Tho petltlon'teM forth that, nil
told, 1G1 laborers 'wero furnished, pay.
tnent for which was to he so much per
mouth. It alleges aNo that these.
monthly payments were stopped In
Tho demurrer Is flld by Davis &
Gear for defendant nn alleges that tho
contracts In question wire Illegal and
void under the Constitution of tho
Unftcd States and laws of Hawaii. Ju
risdiction of tho Federal Court Is also
William Hudson, the wen known offi
cer (in tho Manila I .(in vas udmltted to
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Ciuzeiisnip uy judge isice uu iuuiu
ngr Ho came, from Ireland and thus
transfers ins allegiance iruiu ivinc -.u-wanYJI.
District Attorney Il.ilnl submitted
jii'o new rules In Judge Estee's court
tills morning wnicu were nuopieu
without objection. Ths rules are as
follows:, , '"
All' officers nnd nersoi.s In the court
j;oom. e'h'&ll a'rlse and remain standing
while thi? marshal or bailiff Is making
proclamation'openlng nnd closing ses
sions' of the court. It Is .tfie duty of
tho offlccr niaklng tho proclamation to
strictly tnforco tho obnervance of this
Except In cases arising under the in
ternal revenue laws, and in cases whero
an offender Is endeavoring to escape,
tho commissioners In this district shall
not entertain a compliant, or Issuo a
warrant of arrest In my criminal enso
unless first authorize.! to do ro by (he
United States Attorn iv or lilr usslstant.
WnAVHR EN ROUTE.
Nicholas' J. Wearer' ot yacht Nornn
fnme, passed through here In tho Ala
meda yesterday. Ho stated that he waif
oh his way to London to make further
arrangements for his plantation schemo
His sister did not accompany him
on tho etenmer yesterday. She and the
horse tnken to Samoa on tho last trip
of thn Alameda, were left thero to
await tho return of Weaver.
MAILS STEAMER HIATUS.
Tho next steamer taking passcn
gcrs from hero will loivo on tho 6th
of March for San Francisco, After the
Coptic tomorrow, tho America Mnru on
March 1, will bo tho first vessel to tnko
a mall to tho Coast.
Mardl Grim Tickets;.
All persons holding unsold tickets to
tho Mnrdl Gras ballfl or cash received
from the salo of ticket, nro requested
to deposit same with Edward Damon nt
Waliop"' bank, before next Wednesday
IJOWI'IM In Honolulu. February lfi,
1001, to tho wife of V. K. Hoaplll, a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
In the suit og Wong Shuey Kwal vs.
Samuel E. Wpolley, Robertson & Wil
der, attorneys for defendant, today
filed answer of general denial. '
Leon M. Strauss and A. O. Correa, at
torneys tor, the defendants In tho suit
ot'JohJiCtMsder et al i. Henry Hry
asti and Mrs. Kanaka,. Bryant, lied de
F. A. Sckaefer and Henry Water-
hous,,Ylc president and'treamrtr, re
spectfully o( the Queen's Hospital, filed
dtsclalmiM texjay la th suits or C, K.
C; ' Rooks)i;alnt. that Jnitltntlon.
. wnurr ine iiinciua-rs, ihq Hveen a --.
Hospital, denies any right, title or la
terest In. the property described ln.jfS.,f.'
plaintiff's complaint. Simitar denial
Is made by the trustor under the will
of Dernlce P. nishop.
These formal entrfes end. the famous
Queen's Hospital land litigation through ', '
which that institution h is lost a largo
part of its real estate holdings.
j A9A3 run a rttAiuni3E
iUuiger.Pain of the" am wars Com
pany at Logger Heads with
Department of Public
i, ' Works.
In tho Governor's council today, per
mission ,wa given Treasurer Lansing
to issue a liquor license to tho Moana
hotel, subject to certain conditions.
The application for a light wine and
beer license Of P. A, Dlas ot Wn.p.ihu,
Correspondence between tho Depart
ment oX Public Works and Manager
Pain, of the Tramwayn Company was
read. It consisted' of a letter from
Road Supervisor Campbell, ordering
that the company's trarks be raised to
tho grade, at Aala pari; and at the cor
ner of Fort and Queen streets.' Mr.
Pain's reply states that he' had raised
lUUlt-at these ponts sonJe time
ago amiintlmated that the company
would, not comply with the later order.
Mr. McCamlless "was Instructed to
call tho attention of Mr. Pain to tho
statutes bearlpg Uon the controversy.
G. W. Smith, president of the Cen
tury Telephone Co., applied for a fran
chise, Hiving permission to his com
pany to Install a telephone system with
underground wires. The matter was
referred to Attorney General Dole for
un opinion ob to the rliht of tho gov
ernment to grant the franchise.
Tho Rapid Transit Rnllwny and Land
Co. submitted plans for tho approval
of the coilncll, for tho extension of its
tracks from Alapal street to Alakea
street, connecting with Hotel at Punch
bowl. Tho plan wns approved by the
council on condition that the company
secures the consent of the property
owners through who-.c premises tho
proposed .extension Is to run.
'Home Ruler Last Caucus.
Tho'Wtccessful'carfdiaiiites of the In
dependent 'Homo Rule 'party will hold
their last caucus tomorrow night. They
have boen hard at work forth past
month or so and feel that they nro ,
now In a position to 'go Into tha .Legis
lature, fully, prepared for tho work be
fore them. They have gono over a
great many hills sono of which hnvo
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