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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.t TUESDAY, TKD 4, 1902.
why we advertise
Our spaco In the newspapers Is used
to giro to tho public all tho latest
news regarding new arrivals In stock,
new styles and to offer from tlrao to
tlmo special Inducements.
all this week
we nro busy as bees stock-talcing but
busy as wo ara at any time, wo aro
never so much so but what wo havo
tlmo to extend tho most attcntlvo and
courteous treatment to our customers.
this & space
Wo arc getting our goods arranged
and arc going to mako some extraordi
Republicans Are Out For
ACTIVITY AND NOT
For Do-Nothing Policy
At a meeting of the Territorial com
mittee of, the Hepublican party In head
quarters last night, three things of Im
portance were done, viz.:
That for the Third Senatorial Dis
trict I). Kanuha, Oeorgo II. Carter and
I). Kalauokalanl, halng respectively
received the lowest number of ballots
1. The committee declared In favor cast, shall each hold office as a Senator
of county and municipal government,
reiterating the plank In the party plat
form pertaining thereto.
2 Tho committee declared Itself
unanimously against Ilartvv ell's pur
ported work In Washington looking to
ward tho disfranchisement of the na
3. The committee decided to put a
candidate In the Meld for lcglslatlvn
for such District for the term of two
That for the Fourth Senatorial Dis
trict, I. II. Kahlllna having received
the lowest number of hallotB cast, shall
hold office ns n Senator for such Dis
trict for the torm of two ears.
After some discussion on the matter
of what the outcome would be. If no ac
tion was taken by CongtcsH and no
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In the election of fifteen new Senators
next fall. It was derided to send dilpll
cates of the bill to Delegate Wilcox an(
National Committeeman Parker In or
der to have It Introduced and passed.
For New Voting Precinct.
Letters were then read from Com
mltteeman McStocker. In which the
election for which will soon he called
by Governor Dole.
The election of a secretary, the reso
lution to have a mass meeting at the
drill shed for the purpose of protesting
against Delegate Wllco's bills now be
fore Congress and a mass of general
business, was the work done last night
by the Hepublican Territorial commit- committee was urged to use Its In
tee at Its meeting In the Elite building, flucnco to have n new voting prcclncl
Chairman Kennedy presided, besides established at Olaa and to have ths
whom the following were present or ' district of Olaa put Into the same Judl
represented by proxj: Messrs. Mc- clal district with Puna The letter
fitocker nnd Walker, by .1. II. Fisher: , had been forwarded to tfie executive
Messrs. Walpullanl and M. McCann. and a repl had been received fiom At
by U L. McCandless, Kahaulello. Hun- torney General Dole, which stated that
tcr by J. P. Cooke, Jones. Fisher, Wll-1 only the Legislature could make any
cox, Cooke. Wright. Coelho. Cox. Lane: changes In the Judicial districts. The
Palmer and Ilramlt by H. II. Wright; .Governor, however, was at present In
Estep by Stewart: Stewart, Huddy. cstlgatlng the matter with a view of
Others present were: C. U Wilson, ascertaining where to locate the new
Senator Clarence Crabbe and C. F. . rolling place.
Mass Meeting to Protest.
Committeeman II Haywood Wright
L. L. McCandless suggested that ns rose to sal that he had been approach
the resolution prescribing the llmlta- ed by ccrlnln members of the last
tlon of the use of proxies referred to Legislature, who advanced the opinion
"members" only, he as a non-member that a mass meeting should be held
should be allowed to vote for all the to protest against leper and the Kohala
four proxies which he held. He was water bills. J. W Jones made n speech
answered by J. P. Cooke, who asked In which he pointed out his objections
that ho be excused by the cWlrmaii to the leper bill. The state of these
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unfortunates was already had enough
nnd he did not propose to have It
made worse He moved that n com
mittee be appointed to make arrange
ments for such a mass meeting. I II J
motion was seconded by J P Cooke
and carried with the amendment that
Chairman Kenned", John Lane and I).
H Wright serve on the committee The
motion was carried unanimously.
Wilcox's Leper Dill.
Following is the bill Introduced by
Delegate Wilcox to provide n retcrva-
dytpepsla, Indigestion, constipation,
flatulency, sour stomach or headache.
Try It. It will surely do 5 cm good He
sure to get nip genuine vim our Pri
vate Die Stamp over the neck of the
vnntnge In coming rnmpalgns Colonel
Jones' motion was then put to vote
The plank of the party platform do
daring for county government wns the
subject of much discussion Somo
members of the meeting were Inclined
to wait until tho call for n special
election was made, while the other
members favored Immediate action so
that a convention of tho Fourth Dis
trict could be called upon the call for
tho election being mado. I'ho Fourth
District committee should then be nble
to carry on their work for tho election
with tho Territorial conventions par
ty platform plonk declaring for coun
ty government. This plank was roller
ated In a motion and the meeting ad
ii LINK JI FOR TICKETS.
from taking any part In the meeting
which was done.
The nominations for n secretary fol
lowed. J. P. Cooke nominating Col.
J. II. Fisher nnd Kahaulello nominat
ing W. J. Coelho. When n motion wns
made to close the nominations, nn at
tempt was made for a motion to re
scind tho action of the last meeting
that the secretary be n member of the
committee nnd naming J. I). Averj as
J. H. Fisher. Secretary.
This Joint motion was the subject of Hon for leprous persons
much discussion and fell through when He It enacted by the Senate nnd
It was put to vote with a vote of 0 Home of Representatives of the Fnlted
to 11 against It. A plain motion was states of America in Congress nssem-
then mndo to reconsider the action of bled- That that part of tho Island of
tho previous meeting. This motion Moloknl, Territory of Hawaii, known
fell through with n vote of G to 12 ns Knlaupapa. and now used ns n place
Nominations were then closed. Coelho of confinement for leprous persons; Is
asked to havo his name withdrawn as hereby declared to be n government
thsro was more work for him to do out- reservation, nnd all lepers thero con
side than Inside, nnd asked that tho fined, or may hereafter be confined
secretary bo Instructed' to cast a unanl- there, shall he tinder the control of tho
mous vote for Col. Fisher, which was Secretary of the Treasury,
agreed to. Sec. 2. That whenever the hoard of
J. D. Avery, Assistant. , health of nn Stnte or Territory ot tho
A motion creating the position of Fnlted States shall declare that n per
assistant secretary was carried and the son Is Infected with lepras). It shall
secretary was instructed to cast n be the dill) of the Secretary of the
unanimous vote for Avery for this po- Treasur) to transport said Infected
sltlon. person to said reservation and there
No Guaranteed Salary. ' (undue s.ild infected person until cured.
A motion was made that the assist-' Sec' 3 That the Secretniy of the
ant secretary bo given a salary of $300 Treasur) shall have pnvici to mnke all
per annum with additional salaiy dur- needful regulations for the control of
The benefit for the boat clubs has
caught the popular fancy and nlrc.nl
there Is a big demand for the tickets
for the entertainment Long befoio
they were printed people went to Fred
J Church for them nnd were glvev
checks for teats mi that they would uot
forget to come luck later. The mem
bers of both the Myrtle and Healanl
clubs are to turn out In full force nnd
ns the show will he for their benefit
the) will own the house and n right
rnal good time Is expected.
Hognn will do his best to give a
show that has never hi en surpassed bv
his company nn) place nnd this menus
n great deal. The tickets of which over
a imntircii nave aireauy uecn soiu or
engaged were ready for buyers at noon
today at the oltlcc of the Honolulu
Photo Supply Co. and from the way
they arc going It is uot expected that
It will take long to dispose of them.
Already several functions which wcr
to have taken place on Friday even
ing, the night of the show, have been
postponed on account of the big the
ater party, and aside from a big bene
fit, the show will be quite n soclct)
THE NEW YEAR.
ADVANCE SPRING SALE
Commencing today wo will offer to tho public our now lino ot spring
goods consisting of
COLLARS. CUFFS, SHIRTS, NECK
WEAR, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
as well as many other specialties.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
Robinson Block, Motet Street.
lng campaign months, hut this fell
through as there was a sentiment that
tho salary would he sulllclcntly nssur
cd even If It was not guaranteed.
The matter of the vacanc) In the
First District caused b) the resigna
tion of Jus. Glbb. was next taken up
J Castlo Uldgvvay was elected to fill
tho vacancy as It was found that ha
was recommended for tho vacancy by
Committeeman McStocker, Kstep en
dorsing the nomination. A letter from
Committeeman W. O. Smith of Ka11.1l,
in which he tendered his resignation,
was the next matter to he acted upon.
The resignation was accepted nnd J. II.
Coney appointed to All the vacancy.
Committeeman Palmer's nbsenco for
said reservation and shall have thor
ough Investigations made as to the
cause and as to the cure of lepios)
Sec. 4. That the Secretarj of the
Treasury shall each )ear submit a
written report to Congress ns to tho
conditions of said reservation.
See. 5. That the expense of transpor
tation, care, medical attendance,
amusement, and so forth, shall he paid
by tho Fnlted Stntes Government, and
the Secretary of tho Treasury shall an
nually submit estimates for the same.
See. ti. That this shall become a law
sixty da)s after Its passage and ap
I Description of Settlement.
In the House Journal, the following
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT iTREET.
IF . O- Box 880 IMZeiin. 2IR
't above hotel.
BIG HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new 8Uyles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covert, 811k Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laees of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY 0Q0D8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P O Boi mj Tsi. if,
THE OLDEST CHi. SSH FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Diilin Is Flat Silk, d1 Grill Ltum. Cbloiu tnd Jlpioilt Ooodl of All Klill.
f-tif Nuutmi atritt
n inn- .inv nunv fmm tlie. Islnnils note is given concerning tno i.epor
caused somo discussion, hut U was settlement "Tho Leper Settlement!
finally found ,0 be Inadvisable ,0 .,, '- - - - .- -' -c
are his seat vacant. The vacancy on dnct) M a trtant.lllur 1)r,immi,ory
the committee on rules was tilled by ,,,,, , w(t, ,, ,,,. ,,,,,
n. II. Wright, the chalimau i0I1B nt tho foot r perpendicular
Senate Apportionment. 'precipice, rising over 2000 feet fiom
Tho rending of the report of tho spe- tio odgo of tno water (except Tor this
clal committee on tho dtaftlng of n bill promontory) for somo twenty miles
wlilc li Is to be urged tor passage by nlong tho wlndwuiu side of the IsUnu
Congress, fixing the tonus of c ei tain Tho population Is at piescnt about
members, followed. It tends as fol-! 1100."
lows- W J. Coelho wished to .mvo somo
irn,,.,ii tifuvnti ivii n inn?. thing done to show that tho Itepubll-
To the Tenltorlal Hepublican Central , ""!" ,ll(1 not approvr ot General Hart-
I YVnll b mmnittnnt In Wnalilm-tnt, ti
Mr. Chairman aiid Gentlemen An
nexed hereto Is u draft of a bill for tho
dlsfianchlslng the Havvallans. Hu wns
afraid that the stnndlng of tho party
would be very much hurt by this, and
appoitlonment of Senalois, prepared made tho motion that tho secretary bo
by us pursuant to our appointment. Instructed to write to tho Dclcgato.
In our opinion this bill, if passed by the National Commflleemnn nnd to
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Congress, will be Just and fair to the
cltctorato of our Terrltoty.
A. O. M UOIIRKTSON,
T. Mc STKWAItT.
An Act to apportion the term of offlrn
nt seven Senators elected nt tho first
general election of tho Territory of
Do It enacted by the Senate and
House ot Representatives of tho Unit
ed States, of America In Congress as
Section 1. The several
elected In tho First. Second. Third and
Fourth Senatorial Dlstilcfs. at the first
general election held In the Territory
of Hawaii who lecelved thn lowest
number of votes, shall each hold office,
for tho teim of two years from the date
of such election
Section 2. That for tho Tlrst Sena
torial Dlsti let, J I) Pails nnd N Utis-
sel having lecelved the levvest Mil 111
her of ballots cast, shall
olllcn as a Senator for smh Districts,
for tho term of two )cars
That for the Second Senatorial Ols
tiltt, William White having lecelved
the lowest number of ballots cast, shall
hold office as a Senator foi such Ills
lilfi for the term of two cats
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Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD DUILDINO.
the chairmen of nil inmmlttees, stating
that tho party here wished to express
Its disapproval or any attempt In
amend tho Organic Act wltn referenco
to suppressing the suffragn of the na
tlvcs of these Islands 'lhis motion
was unanimously carried.
Colonel Jones cnlled attention to the
fact that a tall for a upedul election
In tho Fourth District would piobnbly
be Issued, nnd mado tho following mo
tlon Thut the cnnlrnian and secre
tary of tho Territorial Committee, up
on the Issuanto of n cnll for nn elec
tion to fill tho vacancy caused by tho
Senator!! l,outl1 of A. F. miflllan, shall instruct
1110 rounu uisinci committee to nnui
a meeting nnd nominato a candldatu
to (111 the place.
I,. I. McCandlesB spoko ngnlust this
motion, arguing that It would be an
entire waste of tlmo and money to InKe
up the fight In this case ns the patty
wns tar In the nilnntlly. An utter do
feat would not do the pnrty piestlgo
any good, and he did not seo that any
other rosult could bo forthcoming Ho
each hold Baw n" benefit In going Into tho ton
lest ami, on 1110 outer nami, n gteat
deal of hnrm might ho tho result.
Colonel Fisher nroso to say that, In
his opinion, the party should make
Its fight nt nil odds If ,ho fight wns
not mado. It would ho an open confes
slon of wenltnesB which tho other par
ties would not fall to uso to thpir ml-I
'the New car;
The same old New Ytat
'I hut bus been happening
Uvcr) twelve mouths
Since Julius CteKjr,
Or Pope tlrcgor),
Or (Jcorge Washington,
Or the Declaration of Independence,
First sturtcd me In the business
Of measuring time.
And I am fuller of good resolutions
Than my observers 111c full
And so forth,
And ihc) last about as long.
And don't taste any better
The next morning,
Though moat people
Don't spell my name that wny
Ilecjuse they forget
That I'm nut 19U1,
lie-sides, I'm su souii begun
That Hi) tinme husn't caught on:
Hut I'll get there b) and b.v
J list as 1 have been doing
Since Km I II C
Standing ut the turn of da.vs,
At the paitlng of the ways
Of the old and of the new
I'm a guide-post to the true
Uut for one da only, then
I 111 the s.imo old )car again
Same old human brings Hud
The new ejr like the other kind,
Same old weaknesses prevail.
Samo old struggle, same old fall.
Same old leaden skies of gi.t).
Same old tiresome bills to pa),
Samo old pains and stmo old aches,
Same old Joltsh nnd samo old brenks
Same old rough and weary road
Snnifl old heavy, wearing load.
Same old lurk and same old loss,
Same old sorrows, same old ttosu
Hut, Friends and Fellow Tiavcleis,
Isn't all hitler.
The Mine old friends nio with )nu
Same old kindly wish and will,
Same old help In lime of stress
Same old paths of pleasantness,
Same old liailty Is strong
Same old hands to push along.
(Jet a move on:
Fveiv woman, every nun,
And ) ciu'Il till
'I he hill
Of the Maker's will
If )uu II do tho host you ma
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