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ESTABLISH WK W
ColumbUH O March 4 A unlquu
tt-nBlon of the scope of organized
labor Is contemplated In a bill Just lnj
irouuccu in cue iiousc uy .vir uinuK
en, n labor Under, who Is a member of
the FranMIn fount) delegation. It es-
LabllHhes a inliilinuni wage st'ale for
teachers In the public schools Thu
t'-u'.'nTH say that tho range In coin
'ner.sn'Jon In the profession Is so wide
ly dlvcimvut In the,evcinl cities and
counties ol trfe'cvlfte that no Just or
uniform basis can be established. They
plated their grievances before Air.
Ill ad. en and the bill was thu result.
It provides the following schedule of
salaries For teachers holding ecu till
tntcs of one ear. without uxpeiieuce.
Si a da , with from one to live J ears'
experience. $2.1. 1-2; with more than
live ears' experience, $2.25, two
year certificates, with fiom two to
five years' experience, J2.50; mom
than tlve jears' experience. $2 7u,
thrt'o years' certificates, two to five
ears' expel lente, $2.78 1-2; with more
than five vears' experience. $3; flvo
enrs' certificates, $3.25. Tho bill.
provides that the new schedule shall
become operative August 1. 1903.
Wlchltn, Kas., Alarch 4, Lillian Nor
dlca sang to an audience of 2000 per
sons tonight A unique feature of the
concert was tho transmUslon of the
music by telephone to various parts
of this and other cities, oven to Kansas
City. Hecelvers tho bIio of the ordl
nary telephone mouthpiece were plac
ed among tho footlights. Alme. Nor
dlca did not learn of the shrewd ar
rangement for ths telephone concert
until a few minutes before singing tho
last number. She uus Indignant and
almost lefUBcd to sing the closing se
lections. Sho fluid that those who
heard ber by telephone would have
falso impression of her singing.
Telephone tho F.VCNINO IlULLTu
TIN, Alain 25G. If you have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., etc.,
and we will call. We have men that
know their buslnes tor that purpose.
Where To Get
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following and they are woi Id
known as the very best
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Wo want your order for table
wines, We deliver tlicni free
at the following prices
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PORT, SHERRY and MADEIRA
at 75c per gallon.
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EMMETT MAY, Secretory.
SHIP "MARIE HACKFELD"
Mum h t .Ilmmv
knficked out Tim llegtirty In the
eight lounil of their tight at the .Me-
chunks Pavilion last evening and
proved that the much-lauded Austra
lian tntmot compete with the sturdy
jouths of this country. It was a case
of an old iiinn against n )ouug one.
nml as usual youth wns served. I leg-
arty pioveil that he was oneu n gieat
boxer, but that wns all Ho could
not stand the biutllng that III lit
gave him, and ho tould not hit Ilrltt
hard enough to affect him.
llegtirty tried hard to put Ilrltt out
111 the beginning of the fight, but slow
ly his stiength left him and ho soon
succumbed to Hritt's blows. For four
rounds Hegarty was outpointing
Ilrltt. and showed n great deal of
deverness. In the fifth round Ilrltt,
In bustling Hegarty about, rattled him
and took much of his stiength by In-
flitting body blows when the men
tamo to close quartets.
In the sixth It was plain to bo seen
that Hegarty's steam was gone, and
his chances of winning nlso. Tho end
came In a mix-up In the eighth. In
the coming out of a clinch nrter Ilrltt
landed a hard hlo'V on the body he
uppcrcut Hegarty on the1 Jaw and
sent him reeling backward. Ilrltt fol
lowed up the dazed Australian and
put him completely out with a light
on the point. ,
Newly furnlslieil, moiicrn looms at
the Pacific Hotel, 1182 Union street, op
posite Pacific Club.
GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT
Madame Genevra .
Opera House, Monday, Mai. 17
Under the auspice of Buckeye Club,
For the Benefit of the McKinley
Tlelets for sale by tho ('.'.inters of
tho lluckeyo Club and nt tho llcrg
strum .Music Company's to be ex
changed for reserved scats sale at the
Wall, Nichols Company's,
Prices: $1, 75c, SOc.
WALTER C. WEEDON, President
Buckeye Club, Manager In Charge.
W. D. ADAMS," Manager for Mad
Seattle and Tacoma
S. 8. OREGONIAN, 6000 tens, to sail
S. 8. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail
For further particulars apply
H, HACKFELD & CO,, Agents,
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
.aV " TJaJifi,'-- 'i?1' 1 iJirfll
4 40 O 30 It 16
j ton 1)1
6 00 it ea! o it
T 4 1.6
6 4' 1 41 t to
9 eoit.6, 7 Jo. 1 j8 f 4
Sunday . 16.10 tjlt 6 9 14
t 4 l
Mondy i1!" MIo 4SI 4 to ) o
Klrst quarter of tlio moon ou tno
mil nt 11.43 n. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Knliulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier ilian at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
tuat of the meridian or 157.30. The
timo whistle ..owe at 1:30 p. m whlcu
Ib the same as Greenwich, ua Om.
Masters of vessels salting from this
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of the U. S. Hydrographtc
umee located in tho Merchants Ex
change, whore Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete scIb
of Charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
carding lights, dangers to navigation
nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Ilureau, Puliation, Murrh
13. Tempeintiirc .Morning minimum,
CI ;.MIdny maximum, 79.
Il.tromcter nt 9 a. m. 30.07. Steady.
Ilalnrall 0 00.
Dew Point C3F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 72 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. March
13 -Weather clear jwlntl light K.
S. S. Peru. PllUbury, fiom
Francisco; 3 p. m.
Stmr. Noenu, Pedcrson, from Hllo,
llonokan, Walplo, Kiikulhaele, Lahat-
na and Kaannpall, nt S:30 p. m with
'3S.Fi. bags sugar, 3 packages sundries.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Aloshcr, from Kl
killed, at 5:40 a. in., with 3C03 hags Bil-
Igur and 4 packages sundries.
Stmr Innlanl, Greene, fiom Koloa,
I i:ioelo. Alakawcll, at 2:45 a. m., with
n mi uags sugar, u uarreis empty bot
tle' 3 gasoline tanks, 24 packages
Thursday, March 13.
Schr. Chas. Levi Woodbury, from
Schr. Concord, Sam, from Hllo and
Schr. Ka Alol, Nlpa, from Pnaullo.
Wednesday, Alarth 12.
Am Mi. Sonoma. Stanslnnd, for the
i Sound It, bnltaBt; 7 a. m.
' Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for Ka
I liiilul and Kllauea; 5 p. m.
I S. S. Aorangl, Phillips, for Vancou
ver mid Victoria; 4 p. in.
. L ly ' ' eiiiig, amiiii, lor sail
j luucimo; u p. ni.
Am. hkt. 8. O. Wilder. Jackson, for
Snn Franclsro; 2 p. in.
Thursday. Alarch 13,
S S. Pel u, PilUbtiiy, Tor tho Otlent.
Stmr. MIKulinln. Oiegoiy, for Alaka
wcll. Walmea and Keknlm; mall and
passengers for Nawlllulll, Koloa mid
i:icole. nt 5 p. m.
U. S. N. collier Alexander, Nickels,
may sail this uftcinoon for Norfolk,
Am, 1)1,. Alohtran, Kelley, may sail
loi Snn Francisco this arternoou.
Am, bk. Albert. GrllTlths. .ror Kna
uapall nod San Frautlsco, p. m.
Stmr. Noean, Wyinan, for Knanapall,
llouokaa and Kiikulhaele; at 9 a. in.
Stmr. Keaiihou, Aloshcr, for liana
maiilii and Ahiiktnl, nt 3 p. m.
Stmr. Alauna Ixa, Simeison, for
.Maul Kona and Kau ports, at 12 in.
Roosevelt Won't Go
To' Charleston Fair
New York, Alarch 2. Thu Times this
morning nujs: Senator lleujmln F,
Tillman of South Cuiollna was u cullu
on Senator Plutt at tho Fifth Avenue
Hotel during Saturday, The talk last
cd over half an hour. One of the pi in
clp.u topics of touvcrsjtlun wns the
proposed visit of President HoosevcH
to the Charleston Imposition.
I Senator Tillman is said to have boon
I very explicit In his auHcrtlou that II
j would not be politic for President
! Itoosevelt to mako u visit to Soiu'i
Carolina owing to the state of Mihllc
feeling there over tho .McLuureii-Tlll-
I man Incident nml the withdrawn! o'
, President Roosevelt's Invitation for
the Senator to meet Prln-n Henry ,it
dinner nt tho White House, which win
luiiuwi-ii uy me telegram irom l.ifii
tennnt Governor Tillman of South
drollna, canceling the Invitation to
tho President to present a suotd to
Alajor Mlcnli Jenkins.
Senator Piatt, when nsked about the
conversation, said: "I have had a talk
with Senator Tillman, The facts ",;lil -li
have been brought to my attention
will be laid before President Ttoosivelt.
I shall advise the President not to u
Senator l'latt declined to discuss the
Thoro was a rumor ulnng the water
fituit this morning that the Ilrltlsh
ship Ellen Head, which arrived In
this pott from Manila In a leaking con
dition some time ago, was to bo sold
nt unction. Captain AlcQunrrie of the
Head denleB the nimor so far that ho
states that as yet nothing deflnito can
be said about It and ho thinks that In
all piobablllty she will not bo sold
here. Ho has written to tho owners
of tho vessel In London to ascertain
whether they want tho vessel repaired
or sold here, and nothing can he dr
elded on befnro an answer arrives netu
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at tbe EVENINO UULLETlr
WANTED A flrst-clnsa canvasser,
rcfcicnccn required. Apply to Jaa.
T Tnjlor, 30 Judd lllclg. 2094-21
WANTED Refined, experienced girl
wishes place ns mirso or tnalii, beBt
of icfcrcnrcK, willing to travel E.
II. lliillctln office 2094 tf
$150 Uuys family hoise, phaeton ond
harness K C 11., lliillctln 2029 tf
THK PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St opposite Pacific Club Newly
furnished looms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-c.ass table board. .Mrs. liana,
NEW - TO-DAY
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. of P.
Theie will bo a special meeting of
Onhli IajiIrc, No. 1, K. of 1'., Friday
evening. March 14. Work In the sec
ond degree. ED. C. AI.DHICH.
Notlto Is hcieby given that Intend
hie pnBsengcrB per 8. 8. "Allow era,"
line to sail for the Colonics on the
lfith liiBt.. must apply for passage not
later than tho Oth IiibL
THKO. II. DAVIES & CO.. LTD.,
Agents Canadlan-AiiBtratlan It. AI. S,
S Line. 2084-2W
A special meeting nf the stockhold
ers of the Pioneer Mill Company, Lim
ited, will he held nt. the'-olTIre of 11.
Ilackfeld & Co., Ltd.. Honolulu, on
Tuesday. .March IS, 1902, nt 2 o'clock
p. in., for the purpose of electing a
treasuier nml for such other luminous
ns niny tome before said meeting.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
Walanse Company, Limited.
t the Adjourned Annual Meeting
of the Wnlanne Company. Limited,
held Alnieh 12th. 1902. the following
officers were elected to serve for tho
G. N. Wilcox President
J. O. Carter Vice President
J. M. Dowtett
Treasurer and Secretary
H. Holmes Auditor
Directors Q. N. Wilcox, J. M. Dow
sett, J. O. Carter.
J. AI DOWSHTT.
Secretary Walamic Co Ltd
Wave of Depression
Has Struck Europe
New York, March 2. A cable to the
stiit irom lxmcion sajs; rne si'ecm-j
tor noes not exaggerate toti.iy winn it
iiivi: "We believe that u wnv.' ot com
nierrlnl depression lias struck tl,o
whole continent, btlni; modt vlidhlc to
otltsldeis In Germany, mid th.tt In the
Fouth, vvhcie the maiglii of comfort I?
tik.itK thin, the wave produtc3 Inteisn
suflerlug. State taxation U heavy niul
tnmlelpnl tuxes are cruel and iiufntil)'
1 v'ed. Wages nrc low tompaiel with
the price of food, Dtbts for lent ac-.
annulate, ami at Inst the leader. t of the
vorklugmen, seeing the dotp.ilr of
tholr followers and filled with the Idea
thut It Is all the fault of the ilui and
powerful, order strikes as -ho best
The Spet tutor Is exticmely pessimis
tic regarding the outlook and the pos
tlble remedies. "It is unnccessaiv to
point out," It sajs, "to observant Am
ericans that In these da)s of tremen
dous expansion of American trade, this
crisis In Duropc is of more concern to
them than to any other roun'.iy not
directly involved. The population of
Fui ope Is constantly Increasing. Thu
competition of Asia Is visibly begin
ning. The rush from land to Indus
trialism never ceases, and l may wtll
be that more Is produced tluu ll,e
world vvMl consume nt u prne leaving
any prolicv That has happened nlrecdy
ns regiirds wheat, and we tee no inn-
sou In the niituie of things why the
manufacturer should not one day over
stock his maikct as well as th I'l'.ilcul
turlst, The present mad lace for new
markets, even If they aie to be aequli.
cd by tho snord, seems to Indicate l at
the experts of trade agree with us In
.New 'V.oik, Alnrth 4. Tho Evening
World prints a dispatch fiom one of
Its representatives who Is n passenger
mi the Etrurla. The dispatch, which
was taken from the Etrurla to the
Azore by the oil tank Ottawa, which
spoko tho Etrurla on Friday, Is as fol
lows. "Tho Etrurla lost her propeller
and steering gear In mid Atlnnttc on
tho evening of February 2i. She drift
ed helplessly In a heavy sea nil night
making continuous signals. Too much
cannot be said for the biavcry nnd
ttiolncss of Cnptnln Stephens, whoso
example filled the pnssepgers and
crew with tourage. They nre tijlng
to tow tho Etrurla to the Azores. As
I write we me now In tow of the steam
er William Cliff, but nre making no
headway Wind and sea aro against
ns und the CHIT Is not strong enough to
do moio than hold us steady."
New York. .Match 3. Chnilcs nroad
way Itoiiss, the wvllkuowu dry goods
merchant, died nt his home this morn
In; after n short Illness, ' He wns tak
en III on Saturday, but no alarm was
felt until esterday, when It was
found thnt acute congestion of the
lungs had set In. He became rapidly
worso and expired this morning. Ills
son, Peter W. Iloutss, and daughter,
Mrs. .Vtiglnla Houss, were at his -bedside
to the end. For several years
Itouss had a standing offer of $1,000,
,000 to any one who could restore his
Vmm'?:frr'' $W $frW
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays)
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below have been im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
Ataklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will bo sold at
tho date hereafter named according to
.March 11. 19021 Hay Alare, undc
scribable biand, white stitiko on
forehead and white spots on the
back, left hind leg white. othr3
black, all shod.
The above strayed animals wilt be
Mild on Saturday. AIar.29. 1902. 12 noon
If not called for before tho dato men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
in thi: supiifmi: court of the
TEIHUTOHY OF HAWAII Octo
ber Term. 1901. Amendment of
Hule 4. Rule 4 of tho Supreme
Court Is amended so as to read i
4. Transcript of Evidence.
A Miltublc book shnll ho kept In the
onice ot tho clerk of the Supreme
Cnuit In whltli nny party. In person
or by attorney, desiring foi use on ap
peal, ei i or or cMfptlons n transcript
of the notes of evidence taken by a
court stenographer In any case, may
after veidlct or decision, enter his
name, the name of the part) he repre
sents,, the title of the tase, the date of
entry, and the name of the stenogra
Thotlerk shall forthwith give patlce
of piieh entiy to the stenographer who
took the notes of evidence in tho case.
The stenographer shall mako and
fuinlsh tho transcript with all reason
able dispatch In tho order of such no
tice unless otherwise directed by a
Justice of the Supreme Sum t or a
Judge of a Circuit Court, mid
note on the transcript tue date upon
which It Ik furnished or tendered and1
the name of tho person to whom It Is
furnished or tendered; provided, how-'
ever, that In cases In which the ste-
iioginpher Is entitled to payment for
such transcript, ho may within five
das niter receiving such notlco re
quest In writing the pnity or his uttor
no), who made thu entry, to deposit
cash, or furnish security, within ten
tlavs after such tequest, sufficient to
cover tho cost of such transcript, and
unless such request Is complied with
within such time, such entiy and no
tlce will bo of no efTect nml tho ste
nographer peed not mako such trans
cript; and provided fuither that niter
the stenographer shnll hnvu made any
such tianseiipt for whlth he Is en
titled to pnvment ho need not furnish
tho same until paid for.
In easo a party. In peison or by at
torney, deslies to make or procure a
transcript or topy of the evidence with
out the aid of the court stenographer
for use on appeal, error or exceptions,
he shall obtain from a Circuit Judge
leave to file vvlthln a specified time
such transcript or ropy.
Unless such entry Is made or such
leavo is obtained within ten clajs after
tho filing of the notice of appeal, or
the wilt of error or bill of exceptions,
and unless such transcript or copy ot
tivldeueo is filed within ten days arter
It Is tendeied by n tourt stenographer
or within thu specified time when pio
cmed without thu aid of a tourt ste
nographer, such tiunstilpt or topy of
uvldencti will not be considered by tho
Supiemu Com t upon such appeal, tin or
lly thu Cent:
Honolulu, T. II., .March 12, 1902,
1'rlncess Knwpnanakoa will hold at
"Pualellanl," Walklkl, a "Hawallun
Reception Day on Friday, March 14th,
1902, from 3 to C p. m. 2092-3t
Bulletin. 75c oer month.
Arj thajpsrfectton of shape
,5n jthe new S1r4lght-fro.1L
low bust, bins cut, French
Gorvd DeifRns. They Rive
the new flguiv effect with
case and comfort,
Id, bM nlu .f III ad H.ll. J
DtUlyV trlmncJ rrt Valntlnna ff
nn4 with wfcaUbana. L
lltf TO 9IOV PER PAIR.
The fourtd match of the Junior As
soclatlon Football League took place
jesterelay afternoon at Alaklkl between
the Wanderers and Malic Illmas.
The line-up was fs follows:
Alallc-Illmas Forwards, N. Osborne,
II. Ilalley, G. Erllch; backs, II. Nott,
Luilwlgsen; goal, Ztcglcr.
Wanderers Forwards, J. Nott, F.
Ilalley. II. Vincent ; backs, Lovvrey and
W I!jl!cntne; goal, II. Kinsley.
The game commenced at 4 o'clock,
the Wnndeers w Inning the toss and de
fending the malint goal. The hot af
ternoon at first seemed to affect the
movements of the plavcrs but the
)oungslers soon shook this off and
settled down to business. The Alalles
rarac fresh from their victory over the
Punahous and were playing with
gi eater confidence and precision thau
their opponents and soon began to as
sert their superiority.
After about five mlnuteB' play II.
Daliey, who was l)lng palpably off
side, gained possession of tho ball and
the plajers, regardless of the whistle,
Indulged In a scrimmage In the mouth
of the Wanderers' goal, which resulted
In the ball crossing, the goal was dis
allowed but shortly afterwards Nev.
tile Osborne, who was playing a cap
ital game, neatly made a goal with a
pretty shot w hleh accrued from a pen
After crossing over nt half time the
.Alalles continued to hold the game
'well In hand, and In spite of the good
1 tlefense of Dallentyne and Lovvrey,
added two more goals to tho credit of
It Ilalley and P. Erllch.
For tho Wandereis, l Bailey, Nott
and Dallentyne deserve great pralso
for their sterling effotts In n losing
For the -Alalles, each forward placed
a goal to his credit and tho whole
team did well.
At the conclusion of tlmo tho score
I stood as follows:
Alallc-Illmas 3 goals
Wanderers 0 goals
1 The following Is the position of the
teams to date:
Punahous 4 points
Alalles 4 points
Wanderers 0 points
Two more matches will conclude tho
program. The last game will prob-
nlilv a nlni Ail Immmlloinltf linfnro fliA
exhibition association match between
Scotland and Honolulu on AInrch 22.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of a Merles of
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to bo presented In English by Native
Hawallans. A Melodrama In two acts,
The Lady ol The Twilight
Now Scenes New Costumes New Songs
A musical Interlude by the company,
Landing oi Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Realistic Sceneries have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
Prices $1, 75 and SO cents. Box plan
at Wall, Nichols.
New Map of Oahu.
vtOmpllt i from Gov mount Surveys and Chart! ,
Maps ol Sijjtar Plantations, Railways, and Otftar
SMtl SourCtS. THS MAP IS )!! INCHES,
with artistic colorings and neat mountings, mak
ing a vtry ustful as wall as ornamental wall map
tks psici or THS map li $10 oo. Coplts caa
r ottaltMd from
JAS. T. TAYLOR,
P.IO litoi TM. vA Judd Building, Honolulu! T, H
o, HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Jffiea Bethel 8t, Near the Postofflce.
kmiitVl' tt, Sill bill
VMaVaWanairaTV L ' 1 i vwTaTaWrnaVMlia
65 Queen St.
On Friday, March 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, 1050 Richards SU
half way between King and Hotel
Sts I will sell at Public Auction the
Wooden Puddings and Out-Ilulldlngs.
Terms Cash, U. S. Oold Coin; 15
tlajs' removal, i
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Friday, March 14th, 190?,,
ATIO O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, "I
will sell at Public Auction, furniture
consisting of Ilcds, Bureaus, Wash
stands, Iron Ilcds, Ilaby Cribs, Side
boards, Ico lloxes. Meat Safe, New
Chairs, Now Rockers, Now Hugs, Alos
qulto Nets, New Alcn's Undergarments,
New Children's Clothes, New Alen's
Trousers, New Dress Goods, New Ta
ble Cloths, Now Shoes, Now Shirt
waists, Ice Cream Frecier, Pictures,
Screens, Iron Sinks, large quantity
Chinese Flower Btnnds, very largo
nenily new Ice Ilox and a Family Sur
rey. Jas, F. Morgan,
On Friday, March I4th, I902,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction a quantity
of newly arrived California Potatoes,
In lots to suit.
Jas. P. Morgan,.
On Friday, March 14th, 1902,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI.
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a quantity
of books by
Joslah Allen's Wife, Holley,
Jules Verne, .aarlo ilcbard,
Prof, O. S. Fowler, Porter, '
D. C, i-eters, Sara Lover,
.Mis. Henry Wood, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
JAS. F. v
65 Queen St
v-ffffrr-' ' y