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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II T.TUnSDAY, FEB 11, 1902.
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REASONS FOR DOLE'S REMOVAL ARE
WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK PAPERS
Situation- mill Help Wanted
clerk or freight clerk, have been In
Business ten years, references Ad
dress J K , Uullctln olTlce 6062 lw
YOUNG man would like to do book
keeping for two or threo small
Anns, references Address U, Hul I
letln olllcc. 2UC0 lw
YOUNQ man from California wishes'
position ns stenographer It i: I,,
Uullctln office 2058 lw
WANTED lly a German 22 jcirs of
age, position as driver of nn kind,
well acquainted with city and out
tide districts, also engineer helper
or oiler Address, Gcrnnn this of
fee. 2038 lw
WANTED Position b )oung man ns
coachman or nny kind of work E.
V. A C Uullctln 20301 w
Adt In this column will be inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two insertions 25c
Per line, one week ... 30c
Per line, two weeks . 40c
' Per line, one month . 60c
This is the cheapest advertising
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
MONEY TO LOAN Wo have 120U
to loan for three )cars at 9 per cent
fntorest Sccurit) wanted Is first
mortgage on Improu'd resldenco
property Address M P O box
No 663, Honolulu 20BC 3t
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to an) amount far the man holding
position as guardian, postotlUo offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Ilopolulu Incstment Co 2051 tf
IIOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOtl
8ALE. 1643 tf
WANTED Property owners to know
that plate glass can bo insured irom
ny form of breakage at Tho Ho
nolulu lnu'stment Co 2051 tf
WANTED BOO men to Bhave for 15c
JffTs, 43 King St., five whlto bar
bets 2011 tf
FOR 8ALE Cheap, furniture for sev
en room house, In lots to suit pur
chaser, leaving clt) , no reasonable
offer refused Call third bouse from
Ala pal oil Klnatt 2062 tf
FOR SALE Farm of 1C acres, with
Louse, all Improved and fenced, at
Honokaa, Hawaii, $1500 House and
lot, Kcwalo, 50x100, S00 House
and lot, King St, 60x120, $3000
part mortgage, part cash Lease
hold, 20 years on King St , near LI
llha, 77x200 Ono line gentlo driv
ing horse, sultnblo for an) lad).
$1000 to loan on good security In
qulrv S Decker, with W W Wiight
King, cor. South St
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for sov
euiooni house, with privilege of
rcutlug, leaving city, no leasonablo
offer refused Call third house from
Alapal on Klnau. i0u2 lw
FOR SALE Reclining rubber tired
go cart, almost new. Euqulro 1505
Fort St 2058 lw
FOR SALE At a bargain, cholco lot
cf ferns, palms, crotens and other
Stunts Enqulro 1252 Young street,
Walklkl of Pllkol 2059 lw
FOR SALE iviibber tired go cart al
most now Enqulro 1505 Fort St.
FOR SALE CHEAP IS )car leaso of
newly built cottages and 1 nowly
built stable (60x50 feet) on Pauoa
road near bridge with following In
iluded, 0 fine horses, 1 surrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair single harness, 1
pair double harness, 1 carriage pole.
A bargain at $3500 Inquire of JOS.
FK.IAS, Fort Street, opposlto Hack
feld's. . 2031 2w
FOR SALE House and lot, desirable
Ibcation on Prospect Street, and
commands flno vlow of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanao moun
tains. House has 70 foot veranda
tnd contains following rooms: Dou
ble parlor, dining room, three bed-
jMma. pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stables and ser
vants' quarters on premises. Yard
laid out with fruit trees, somo of
which are bearing Slzo of lot 160x
120 feet To bo sold on easy terms
luqulio of JOS FfllAS, Fort Street,
opposite Hackfeld's 2051 2w
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton, horso
gentle, good under saddle, phaeton
almost new K C B , Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling Ad
dress R M Duncan, nt Bulletin of
fice. 1991 tf
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle
Apply at this affico 2u35 tf
TO LET Threo handsomely furnish
ed rooms, new home 13J3 Bcre
tanla, cor Kcenumoxu
TO LET Furnished front room, also
barn -villi comfortable sleeping
rooa attached 430 Lunalllo near
Pensacola 2064 lw
TO LET Furnls..ed room, with or
without board, In n pnvnto family
In town Inquire at Bulletin olllcc.
TO LET Five room cottago off Wnl
kikl road between Hopkins nnd
Bishop switch Immediate posses
clou Apply Hawn Tramways of
fice, Punahotl 2064 tf
A RESPECTABLE lady can seiuio a
centrally located room by addiess
Ing K I. , till 3 olllco Rofurcm es
exchanged 2s lw
iO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
glo or en suite, first class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretanla St.
TO LET Furnished room, with or
without board; electric lights, otc.
727 Lunalllo SL 2060 lw
Ads. will be liiHcrteil FREE.
WANTED Immediately, first class
Jtffs 43 King St
WANTED German girl to do general
household work and caro for chll
drcn. Mary, Uullctln olllcc.
TO LET Olllcc In lloslon building,
next to Y W C A rooms, sultnblu
for dressmaking parlors Apply
room Ins, Uoston building,
TO LET Seven room cottage at 777
Fort St , near Vine) aril Enquire nt
Honolulu Hotel 2000-1 w
TO LET Rosldonco of J Cassldy,
Walklkl, furnished good bathing,
acant Jnnuary 16th, Apply Water
house &. Podmore, Ucthcl and King
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs
McConncls, Garden lane. 2055 tf
TO LET A good four room cottage,
with kitchen, bath room and modern
plumbing, on slope of Punchbowl
good garden and excellent Wow of
city and ocean Apply to A. II. It
Vlelrn, 1441 Miller St, nbovo Punch'
bowl 2056 2w
TO LET Cottages off School St. nr.
Nuuanu. 115 and J17. On Insano
Asylum road, $12 50 and $0 50. P.
i: 11 Stratich, 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort St 2051 lm
TO LET Hooray bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water ana all modern
improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop 2019 tf
FOR RENT Largo furnished room,
with use of kitchen, also other
rooms. Fort St. House, cor. Vino
jard 2038 lw
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
suite with privllogo of light house
keeping. 714 Fort St. 2058 lm
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite, large, airy
rooms, tabic board If desired 144
Ucretanla St. Is2w
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reasonable 1930 tf
LOST A wallet with 10 shares of N
S O W stock In namo of r. J.
Peterman nnd other papers. Ro
turn to Club Stables. Reward.
LOST On road around Diamond Head
brown leather purso marked "FO
and containing ke)s, etc Reward
If returned to Bulletin office.
LOST A black alligator pocl.ctbook
containing $10, papers and receipts,
between Ucretanla and Nuuanu or
Emma or Vlnejard. Stamped W. J.
Gallagher Inside. Finder return
Ing same to this office can keep
mono). 2s lw
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to hae stock
sulllckntly Insured Honolulu In
vestment Co represent four of tho
strongest fire Insuranco companies
FOUND Imperial blc)clo on King St
Sundn) night Owner ran have
samo by piovlng property nnd pn)
ing cost of advertising Inquire at
this office 2067 tf
FOUND Tho Canton Marino Insur
ance Oniee Ltd, at Honolulu In
ostment Co . 2031 tf
Burgeons, Physicians tnd Dentists.
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new olllcc, 1140 Ala
kca Street, opp Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 6 30, 7 to 8; Sun
da) s, 9 to j..
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OOMS o too OFUCl, MAIN lit
BOfTON UUimiNO lUSIOFNC.
FOPT STIIPJT W HITS, 16
IICJUrtN II A M TO 1 I'M
1TO 5PM J TO IIP M.
BOJt8oi SUNUAVS It IP M
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. B. WALL, D.D.S.
ixive nutldlng, Tort Street.
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320
E. T. DREIBR
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared. - Dealer
in Electric Supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
B. W. Quinn,
Pntroniigc of Owners, Architects
nnd itulldero xollclted.
iinn iin- pi
1 1 00 UlUOu 01.
Phone. Main 394
A. G. CORREA Attorney at law; 68
Merchant St , next to postofllco; Tel. I
F. M. BROOKS attorney; rooms 9 10,
Sprockets bldg , Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney, 15 Kna
hiimnnu St ; Tel i81 Mala
J M. DAVIDSON Attorney at Law,
109 Kaahumanu St
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney nt
law, Kaahumanu at.
I. M. LONG Olllres 333 Campbell
bldg ; Tel Main 278
KING ST. SHAVING PARLOriS
King St opposlto tho Yo,.a: build
ing, three barbers In attendance.
Chnrics Moltcno, proprietor
E. J. WALKER Coffco Broker: room
4, Sprockets bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
McDONALD &. LANGSTON Contract
ors and Dulldcrs: lloS Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE A. 8UPPLY CO.
Flno carriages, wagons, harness
and whirs; Ucretanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, G16 Miller Street,
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23 27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotol.
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
mercial Law and Adjustment Agen
cy; rooms 10-16 Mngoon bid. Pel. 328.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHw-S Dentist;
1154 Alakea St.; ofllco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DRt C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lego '92; Masonic Tcmplo; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. in. to 4 p. m.
DR.T. MOTONAGA 46 Berotnnla SL;
office hours 8 a. m to 4 p. m.
W. BEAKBANE Cam cngralng nnd
stamping; room 2. L..to bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnverloy blk.; Tel.
C21 Blue; pkgs. called for and dcl'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Uaggago express
and drnyago; Tel. Whlto 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
elect rlcal engineer: office, 1313 Wil
der Ave , Tel 3441 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HA2ELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kultul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos
J. E. GOEAS Bcretanla near Emma
8t.; Tel. 2312 niue.
S. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter &
Watty: 712 Fort St , Orpheum blk.;
Tel 681 Blue.
F AVEIROS flroceries; Bcretanla.
Walklkl of Emma St.
McKinley Day Was ,
New York, Jan 29 Exercises In ob
servance of the blrthda) of the late
President, William McKinley, were
held In the public schools today Flags
were flown on all public buildings, nnd
several meetings set for today Includ
ing one of tho Board of Alldcrmen,
wero adjourned as a mark of respect to
the late President s memor)
Chicago .Inn 29 Clilragoins uf nil
ranks and stillons honored the name
of Wlll'am McKinley toda) the nnnl
vrrsir) of his birth Flags through
out the clt) were at Inlf-mast and
memorial services weie held In manv
churches schools and GAR camps.
All tho clt) offices nnd the county
(ourts wero closed for tho day Iho
services will culminate In n meeting nt
Studcbakcr Hnll tonight under tho aus
pices of the Hamilton Club, where
Judge William It Day of Ohio will bo
tho principal speaker
Cincinnati, Iitn 2D Tho anniversary
of the birthday of tho lato President
McKlnlc) has no public observance,
here toda) Tho tlty nnd county offices
nro open as usunl and no demonstra
tion of Hags Indicated that the day Is
remembered In tho public schools,
however, whllo no uniform order of
exercises has been prescribed, tho
teachers are presenting to the pupils
lessons from tho life of McKlnle) es
pecially those relating to his boyhood
mid ) outh.
Ilaltlmoie Jnn 29 While Mckin
ley da) was not a legal holldii) In
Mill) land special exercises were held
toda) In the schoolH throughout th"
State nnd tho children were given un
opportunlt) to contribute to the mem
oriil fund Tho School Hoard of Bal
timore city for this occasion, relaxed
Its rule prohibiting Iho collection of
money In tho schools
At tho celebration of the Union
League tonight Congressman Charles
O Schlrm will deliver an oration
Smith Thoro goes a man who hns
n't a friend In tho world JoneB Poor
fellow1 How did ho lose his money?
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W McDon
nld, Fort St., opp Club Stables.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFQ. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts ; Tel. Math 228, P. O.
I CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St , opp Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN King St., near Fort:
Tel 290 Main.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort 8t.J Lovo
bldg , latest In novelties.
I nt tho PANTHHON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE Union 8L nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Berotn
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Mctropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments, studio, Loe bldg, Fort St,
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Uoston
bldg.; Tel. 2G4 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St., next to Lovo
bldg ; choice lino of new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Buttcrlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN minting nnd paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT 13)0, Ear, Noso and
Thont; olllco at Eyo and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear.
Nose ond Throat only; ofllco Alakea
St., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 a. m to 4 p m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM,
-520 Bcretanla A".o , Tel Blue 3551
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Bcretanla Ave ; Tel. Bluo 821.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots anl
residences for Bale; 307 Stnngen
) wald bldg ; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real entnto
nlso to grant marriage licenses;
58 Merchant St.: Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right Try It. t tno PANTHEC
AMY LENNON Stenography nnd
t rewriting; 13 Kaahumanu SL
IE. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St. nr. Nu
I uanu Felt, straw, pnnama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg. 616 Miller St.
GROTE &. CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant 8L
to be Built in China
New York, Feb 11. In n day or two
a corps of survc)ors will arrive at the
Palace from New York en route to Chi
na to complete final mirvejB of a tall
road 750 miles long, which is to bo
co'nstiucted In that country by an
American s)ndlcuto Willlnm Barclay
Parsons, consulting engineer of tho
New York Rapid Transit Commission,
made tho prcllmlnnr) surve)s about
tlnee )cais ago iindci the dluctlan of
the late Senator C II Brlce of Ohio,
who was the head of the B)ndlcatti
Mr Famous Is now the president of
the H)iullcate and he has selected tho
suiveyors who nro soon to finish the
The road Is to run from Canton
ninth to Hankow, whero It will con
nect with tho Belgian s)ndlcatoB lino
to Peking Tho actual work of con
structlon will commenco somo time
next summer and It Is oxpectcd the
line can ho finished In IHo )enrs Chi
noso labor will bo used In building tho
road but all the manufactured sup
piles, such ns rails, cars locomotives
nnd bridge nnterlal, will bo purchased
In tho United States and Inrge quan
tities of tho samo shipped through tho
port of San Francisco,
Tho syndicate for building tho road
will get from the Chinese Rovernment
$42 500,01)0 in 50) ear 5 per cent gold
bonds besides certificates of Indebted
ness lor cash, which will entltlo thi
holders to n certain perecntage out of
the annual net earnings of the mil
KrltlHli mid Amcrlcnn tlnrnU.
Now York Jan 31 A cable to tin
liibune from London sais The Arch
bishop of Ciinterbun speaking todny
In support of n resolution protesting
ng-ilnst the leg-illzntinn of mnirlago
with a deceased wife's Bister drew a
comparison between English and Am
erican morals He denied that the
moral law was as much observed In
Amerlcn as It was In England, divorce)
was far easier there than here, and ho
reparded the prevalence of dlvurce as a
certain Blgn Hint tho moral line In life
had been lowered Amcrlcnns, ho ar
gued, were distinctly beneath English
men In this respect.
(From the New York Sun.
GOV. DOLE TO DE REMOVED.
NEW GOVERNOR FOR HAWAII TO
It Will Be Col. Samuel Parker, Who
Was Prime Minister of Queen -.1-lluokalanl
George R. Carter to
Succeed Henry E. Cooper as Ter
Washington, Jan. 26. Col Samuel
Parker, one of the wealthiest nnl
most progressive native Oiisliicsii men
of Honolulu, has been selected by
President Roosevelt to displace San
ford 11 Dole as Governor of Hawaii
Governor Dole's term of ofllco docs
not expire until May, 1904, and his re
moval Is due to general dlssatlsfac
tlon with his conduct of affairs. Thi 4
Is particular!) true with regard to hU
rulings in land matters, which have
been repeatedly overruled by tho In
terior Department. Another reason
for the change Is tho continual 111
health of Cocrnor Dole, which ha
prevented him from giving his person
al attention to tho duties of the of
flee It has been reported that for
that reason ho wished to resign but
has been persuaded to hold on by hit
political associates until they could
name his successor. The Admlnlstia
tlon has not been pleased with Govern
or Dole's coursfe toward tho Hawaiian
Legislature, In which a majority Is of
the native party, his action in sorr.H
cases being considered nlmost high
The removal of Governor Dole cat
rlca with It the displacing of Hemy
E. Cooper the Territorial Secrctar)
by George U Carter, Bon of tho former
Hawaiian Minister at Washington nnd
now a prominent )oung business man
of Honolulu In fact, the appointment
of Parker Is In a mcasuro dependent
upon Carter's acceptance of the Spc
rctarjshlp A letter has already gon-
to Honolulu tendering tho office to
Carter nnd both his nppolntment and
that of Parker as well depend on liii
repl) Carter Is n graduate of a!i
and belongs to what Is known ns tin
Dole or missionary party, hut Is one
of the most liberal ond progressive of
Colonel Parker Is n native of Hawaii
and a Kanaka He Is ono of tho
wealthiest men In the Islands, owning
larre sugar plantations, cattle ranches
and ixtonolw, real citato in Honolulu
llu was Prime Minister in th liit
Cnblmt of Queen Lllluokiilnnl bin
upon annexation of tho Islands bv tin
United States strongly advised tin in
tlves to submit, and probably time
than an) other man Influenced tl n
In Hint dltectlon. He was one of tho
delegates fiom Hawaii to the Repah
llcan National Convention at I'hi'-i
delphla nnd was a member of the ' i
mittte appointed b) that convention
to notify President McKlnle) of lit-"
nomination He was the Republic .in
candidate for Congress from the Tor
rltor) nnd wns defeated by sovt-ntv
otes by Wilcox, the native candidate
In a three cornered lace the Domtf tat
le nominee being Prince David n
nephew of I.tlluoknlanl.
Pi luce David, as a delegate to tln
National Democratic Convention, cast
the deciding oto In tho Commlttf
on Resolutions which committed the
pnt) to the silver plank of tho Kan
ens City plntform Col Parker ard
Prince- David hive for )ears had cliae
business and frlendl) relations, which
were further strengthened threo we -ha
ago b) a double wedding In San
Francisco, when Mr Parker mnrrlwl
Mrs. Campbell, n wealthy widow oi
Honolulu, and Prince David mart if 1
her daughter. Tho two couples ate
now In Washington on a wedding crip
Mr. Parker'B first wife died In Nw
York a little more than a year nisi
while they wero on thcli way to t,
Col. Parker Is of handsome nppear
once, 6 feet J Inches tall and br ai
i rBBBjwwffiwlfeHrijfWA 'flit JiifMiiiffgQHiitffMTtTCBWhiB
m&M f V : 1H
rhoto by UfajtMr, Lcmlon
COUNTESS OF DARNLEY.
Tho wedding of tho )oung nnd beautiful Countess of Dainley to tho
famous loloncelllst, Johannes Woolf lntcrestlng"London The lato Earl
of Dnrnley wns ono of tho most eccentric peers The Countess was the
famous beauty Jemima Blackwood, daughter of tho late Fiancls J L Black
wood and nlcco nnd ward of the Mvquls of Dufterln She nianled tin
Earl of Darnlo) In 11-09 He died the following )eat
shouldered He Is noted In Honolulu
as an entertainer nnd ns n horseman
He recently purchased and sent to tho
Islands a string of thoroughbred
horses Ills nomination Is looked up
on as n step toward liberalizing tho
Territorial government nnd of bring
ing the natives to tho support of the
ndmlnlstrntlon There is now consid
erable friction between the natives and
the so called missionary party and
Col. Parker's elevation will probably
do much to alia) this feeling From
aihlccs recoled hero his appointment
will not be distasteful to tho mission
ary clement because his liberal and
ndnnced lews arc well known here
From the Washington (D. C.) Times.
TO SUCCEED DOLE,
President Has Settled Upon the Weal
thy Business Man of Honolulu to
Guide Affairs In Hawaiian Islands.
CARTER IS TO GET SECRETARY
SHIP. Resignation of Executive Carries With
It Displacing of Henry E. Cooper,
Who Fills That Office Now Af
fairs In Pacific Possessions Have
Not Been Viewed Favorably by
Officials of Late Change Is for
Colonel Sahiuel Parker, ono of tho
wealthiest and most progressive na
tive business men of Honolulu, has
been selected by President Roosevelt
to displace Sanford B Dole ns Oovorn
or of Hawaii Governor Dole's term
of office does not expire until May,
1S01 and his removal Is duo to gen
oral dissatisfaction with his conduct
of affairs This Is particularly trua
with legard to his l tilings In land mat
lers. which have been repeatedly ovci
ruled h) the Interior Department
Another reason for tho change Is
the continual III health of Governor
Dole which has prevented him from
giving his personal attention to the
duties or the olTlce It has been re
ported that for that reason ho wished
to resign, but has been persuaded tc?
hold on b) his political nuaociatoa un
til the) could name his successor. Of
flcials of the Administration have not
been pleased with Governor Dolo's
couise toward the Hawaiian Legisla
ture In which a majorlt) Is of tho na
tlvc part), his action in somo cases
being considered nlmost high handed
I Territorial Secretary to Go.
I Tho removal of Governor Dolo also
carries with It the displacing of Hon
r) E Cooper, tho Territorial Setro
tary by George It Carter, son of tho
former Hawaiian Minister at Wash
ington, nnd now a prominent business
man of Honolulu In fact, tho appoint
ment of Parker Is In a measure do
pendent upon Carter's acceptance of
the secietar)shlp A lettei has al
le.uly gouo to Honolulu tendering tlto
offi.ee to Carter nnd both his appoint
ment and that of Parker ns well de
pend upon his repl) Cnrter Is a giad
uate of Ynlo and belongs to what Is
know n ub the Dole or Mlsslonar) par
t) but Is one or the most liberal of
that progressive faction.
Colonel Paikei Is n native Hawaii
an a Kanaka. He Is ono of the wealth
lest men In the Islands, owning larga
stignt plantations cattle ranches and
extensive real estate In Honolulu Ho
was Prime Minister In tho last Cabinet
of Queen Ltlluoknlanl, but upon nn
I uexatlon of the islands b) the United
I States Btrungl) advised' the nativoo
to submit and probabl) moro than jny
'othoi person Influenced them In that
I Parker wns one of the del.itej
tiom Hawaii to the Republican Nation
al Convention ni Phlhdelphla, nnd
was a member of tho commlttco op-
pointed by tho convention to notify
President McKinley of his nomination,
making a brief speech on the latter
occasion. Ho was tho Republican can
didate for Congress Irom the Terri
tory, and wns defeated by seventy
votes by Wilcox, tho native candidate
In a three cornered rnce, tho Demo
cratic nominee being Prince David, n
nephew of Ltlluoknlanl Dnvld as a
dclcgato to tho National Democratlo
Convention, cast tho deciding vote In
the committee of resolutions which
committed the party to the silver
plank of tho Kansas City platform
Parker and Prince David.
Colonel Parker and Prince David
have for years had closo business and
friendly relations, which wore further
strengthened Beveral weeks ago by a
double wedding In San Francisco,
when Mr. Parker married Mrs. Cnmp
bell, a wealthy widow of Honolulu,
nnd Prince Dnvld married her daugh
ter. The two couples are now In
Washington on a wedding trip Mr.
Parker's first wife died In New York
a little moro thnn a year ago, wlillo
they wero on their way to Europe.
Colonel Parker Is of handsome ap
pearance. 6 tcct 2 Inches high, and
broad shouldered. He Is noted In Ho
nolulu as an entertainer nnd as a
horseman. He recently purchased nnd
sent to tho Islands n string of thor
His nomination Is looked upon an a
step toward liberalizing the Territo
rial government nnd bringing the na
tives to the support of the administra
tion Thcro is now considerable fric
tion between tho natives and tho so
called missionary party, and Colonel
Parker's elevation will probably do
much to allay this feeling. From ad-
lces received hero his appointment
will not be distasteful to the mission
ary clement, because his liberal and
Advanced lews aro well known there.
Colonel Parker Is Immensely
wcnlthy, probably the richest man In
Hawaii, whllo Mrs. Campbell has an
annual Income of nearly $250 000.
The Men's Bible Class of the Central
Union church Sunday school Is Just
beginning, under tho leadership of
President Smith of Oahu College, nu
Interesting study of carl) Christianity
and tho first Christian church, ns re
corded In the Acts of the Apostles
This study will continue over n period
of six months, and will be divided Into
three general topics I Period of
Jewish ChrlBtlnnlt); II Period of Gos
pM ICgpatialnn Til Period of CTcntllo
The purpose of the entire study l
to get nt the underl)lng principles
upon which tho Christian church was
founded, nnd which formed tho deter
mining lines of Its marvelous growth
and Influence. Incidentally many of
the problems of modern Church polity '
will be discussed. In view of the light
gained by the Bible stud), nnd thesa
discussions, carried on In n spirit of In-
estimation and helpful compailson
rather than carping criticism will, it
It, hoped stimulate Intelligent Interest
In the church, its work, and its place
in the world Kingdom of God
MAILED WEDDING SLIPPER.
Chicago. Jan 31 A white satin
slipper, plastered with rh)mes that
might be considered either Bentlment
or "guff" according to the temper of
I the recipient, wns thrown nil the way
from San Francisco to Chicago jester-
da) It landed on the desk nt the
Palmer House a few minutes after
Mr and Mrs W C. Mysell, to whom
it was addressed by special delivery,
had registered at the hotel The slip
per was unwrapped. The postage
stamp was pasted on the heel nnd tho
address written on tho sole On th
side of the slipper was Inscribed some-
thing about roses being red and -.lolcts
I The M) sells were married at Peoria,
111 , )cstcrda)
"I guess my boy Georgo hns Invent
ed something that'll mako him rich, at
last," said old Mr Htisselman iuhhln;
his hinds and looking proud "Hn
came lo me esterda and en)s
' 'Dad at last I'm goln' to mako It
possible for you to retire from the
Boap business I'vo got an Iden for
nn Invention that'll fill a long relt want
so well It'll bo a go right fiom the
'I thought It was anothei dream
that'll novcr tomo true, hut I asked
htm to go nhoad nnd tell mo nbout It,
and ho sn)B
" 'Well, It's a folding Sunda) school
"'Great Scott' ' sa)s I 'what's tho
good of a folding Sunday school loom7
"You'vo henrd of folding beds and
folding tables, haven't you?' ho says
'Well this Is on the snmo principle
You can put In extra leaves and let It
out along a few weeks before Christ
mus so as to mako room for tho
"I guess I'll hao to put soni" money
In it with Ooorgo this time."
The fact that electilclty Is now nil--ideated
for glass making mouses tho
hope sa)s Electricity, that Nlagaia
Falls Is destined to become the center
of the glass making liidustrv of the
I nlted States It Is nt the fulls that
electric furnaces may bo operated moic
economic all) thnn In an) othei place In
the world the vast supply of ele trlclt
and the constnnt current Ecrvlte niak
Ing this possible.
MEN'S H M
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