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LIGHT ROADSTER-WEIGHT 20 LBS.
The one displayed In our window with the ULUE MEAD,
(lunrnntccd for the road.
E. O. Hall
MOET & CHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - :
wns exclusively used at tlio dinner given liy President Roosevelt to
I'rlnic Henry following the' christening of tln Kaiser's now ynoht Me
teor It Ib the favorite linuul exclusively used by nil connoisseurs.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
m id m iiiii Bin
CAPT. SCHMIDT BELIEVES
BIRD GAVE HIM LUCK
Aud'Causei Irmgrad's Fast Trip Frcm
'Frisco To Port Sighted Islands
Captain Schmidt of the b-trkentlne
lrmgard which arrived In port early
this mornlnK. cinie exceedingly near
ln.Ml.inir Ihp estubllshed records for
talllnc passages between hire and S.W
1'ranclsco. As It Is, he has made tlu
trip in ttn and one half d.iys und as
this morning receiving congratulations
from his numerous friends along tho
The captain would falu have mad'
the passage In Mill less time as he way
In sight of the l'uradlse of the I'ncllk'
fertcinl la ago. On Tuesday night
the Irmgari uus iUT the Dig Island
uhere she struck suinv of the thun
derstorms which pievallcd here lu Ho
nolulu at about that time. Captain
Schmidt says that the thunder nnu
lightning wus something tiemendoiis.
The air hcemed chuigtd with eleitrl
city and the glare of the lightning
teemed to come fiom all nnliits of the
compass. The rain cume down lu regu
lar sheets but us the seu was model ate
nothing hut Inconvenience was eauscu
by the weather.
Captain Schmidt attributes the rapid
passage made by him to a mascot
which accompanied him during almost
the entire trip. This mascot was a
common white sea gull from San Kiau
clseo which took passage on the essel,
boardlni! It in San Kranclh.'j hay ami
following It until the Isluands wire
It used to fly around the vessel, take
on occasional swim when It felt IIKq
it and return to the deck In the even
ing and often during the day. It waa
perfectly tame and would be fed oq
deck, even allow- Itself to be handled.
When the lrmgard was off Molokal,
however, the bird was accidentally
struck by a tackle In the shipping of a
boom. This evidently frightened It
and seeing that land was near, It de
parted for the new country.
These gulls very seldom tiaiel us far
as thh with vessels. Captain Schmidt
tays that he has only seen one gull of
this sjiecles In these Islands und he Is
inclined to think that his winged mas
cot Is tn n large extent responsible for
the excellent trade winds which carried
the barkentlne so quickly to her destl
The lrmgard clocked at the Urraer
wharf where she will discharge her
freight She has about 1000 tons of
general merchandise on board consign
ed to Scbaefer & Co.
Manuel Snuza, a 12-year-old Portu
guese boy, was caught In the Wall,
Nichols Company stole yesterday
while In tho act of stealing a package
of the recently arrived 'iawallau sou
venir playing cards. The whole forcu
was at work on the impels that arriv
ed In the Coptic, and 'Soma, thinking
he could steal without being seen,
took a package of caids. Fortunately,
ha was seen and arrested. Upon hli
arrival at the police station lie vvnn
searched aud the cards were found In
the boy's coat pocket.
'Later on, tho father of the boy call
ed at the police station. Upon his bo
being brought before him, he made
fine bound and was In tho act of giv
ing Manuel a taste of his wrath when
Deputy Sheriff Chllllugworth Interfer
ed. The old man Insisted on being al
lowed to chastise his son and became
so unmanageable that he had to be put
out of the police station.
The case came up In the Pollen
Court today but went over until to
morrow, as the police wish to deter
mine the wishes of tho parents. It Is
understood that the mother wants
.Manuel sent to the Reform School.
& Son, Ltd.
Washington, March 9. Chairmaft
Fowler of the House Committee on
Hanking and Currency tomorrow will
lutioduee an Important financial meas
ure framed by the Republican mem
bers of the committee after confer
ences extending through the last two
months. It brings together Into one
Itnancial measure a number of ques
tions which have been urged hereto
foie. Fowler explains the purpose of
the bill as follows
The purposes of the bill are To
tiansfer from the Government to the
hanks the responsibility of protecting
the necessary gold reserve and the
burden of furnishing gold for exporta
tion, theicby saving our commerce
from the destructive apprehensions
growing out of raids upon tho gold In
the Treasury; to provide n currency
always responsive and ecmul to the da-
inandH of trade everywhere and to
equalize and lower the nverage rate
or Interest In all pans of the United
bintes: to secure for Aiucrliuu enter
prise and American capital tin ortvl
leges and option of engaging In-Inter
national banking under national law
and so lay u foundation upon vvhli li to
build nn American merchnnt marlue;
to lemovo the last vestige of the doubt
with regard to our standard of value.
The measure pi ov Ides for Interna
tional banking and a division of bask
ing and currency Is established under
n board of (out nil. Instead of a single
Hull vl.lii.-it in the person of the Comp
troller or the currency, ns lfurotofore.
If the measure now Introducad
should become a law It Is confidently
believed that the national banks will
assume the current redemption ' In'
gold coin or tl3U.O0U.U00 of Ulnted
States notes. In consideration of the
obligation assumed by the national
banks they will have the right, durlacrnaa coae'out Mth R W. Ueardalee
the succeeding fhw lears, to Issue
gradually as business may require an
amount of bank notes equal to CO pir
runt of their paid up nnd" unimpaired
capital; provision being made also for
nn emergency circulation.
As the notes are taken out for circu
lation the banks will deposit with the
Government a guarantee fund af'5 per
cent of the amount of the notes so Is
sued. The national banks hereafter
will he lequlred to pay interest upon
the (lovernment deposits at the rale
o 1 per cent per annum,
This fi per rent guarantee fund and
the tax upon the bank Holes will be
used to protec t the bank untes and the
avAnao rif ulti.li Iiiva. i Itl. I. .. 1. -.-a
ln nnveinmenl dennsli. wll ....
lo pay off the United States notes, I
which tho hanks assume to currently
redeem. It Is asserted that the whole
tl30.noo.0n0 of United States notes
which the hanks have assumed to cur
rently redeem will bo paid off In thirty
,y''n" "" ' H' l"es collected upon
cliculatlon and Interest paid by the
banks upon (lovernment deposits.
San Francisco. March 11. Petro
leum appears to be sounding the death
knell of coal ns a fuel on steam craft
at this port The latent Inroad of the
new fuel Is Its establishment and use
on the steamers Mariposa and Alame
da of the Spreckels line, running to
Honolulu. The permit sanctioned by
Inspectors of Steam Vessels John K
Bulger and O. F. Boles has been rati
fled by the Treasury Depratment at
Washington, and the work M substitu
tion is already In progress.
For some time the ferryboats vand
eoastwlse steamers havu been using
oil for fuel with gieat Batlslactlon", but
lis Introduction on the ocean liners, la
something new. Tho number of Tea
sels using oil In this port number fif
ty. The adoption of oil. It Is said, .will
reduce opeiating expenses by at least
3ii per cent. This will he a consider
able Item of saving to the conrpanhei
In the course of a year anil nt tlta ssme
time will give encouragement to the
oil Industry. - '-
The local Inspectors look with favor
on tho adoption of oil as h fuel.
8lr Henry Irving's Clth birthday
was eelcbiated at Rochester, N, Y,
where he was playing. Ills first ap
pearance was made in ISM In a minor
part In "Richelieu," nnd by an odd co
Incidence Ellen Terry's debut took
place In the tame year, she appearlni
as a child In "A Winter's Tale,"
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TM11 moon on -the zid .at 1:51 ft m.
Tldei from-.Uv? Unted- States Coast
and 0odoUc,8nrreT,;T4l)leB. r
The tldei at Knhulul alia Hllo occtif
about an-hcuir, .earlier Ihkh "at llO'
lower than 'Green wdh time, being
tuat of the meridian ofH7.30. Tbo
time .whistle ows af 1:90 p. m., whlcn
la the same ai Orecmwlch. On Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from thla
port, forBatfTrandaco, trill, find thero
a' 'oranch-of tbv-Uw-flrJWrpgraphlc
nnr. fnfetMll'tm K VarfJiinta' El.
chance,"wtieri1 malnufred.for helr
benefit Ir6j-ofnoharge,.compl(;te Bett
or charts-anddjrecttopi.of, the world.
Latest information, can be obtained re-
Jlng.lbjhU!, ejaatera, to navigation
dall matters, qt JnterestHo ocean
OWJUIWW) 12VA Jr.
Weather , Bureu, . PunaHou, March
10. Temperatureii'.ornlng minimum,
tt; Hiaaaj tmasimum-jji.
Barometer at a, tni,29.99" "Irregular.
Rainfall 0.02.' '
bew Point itin t
Humidity! a-m. 'MDtronL
, Dtainoidirid 8rgn-3Ullon, March
SOWoather. iflkaiV wind llght.9k
, 8U&V. Nllfcaul-Thampson.- for liana-
and"iIainaftuV'ott&i - ...
. StmV. TehnaI-NarJm, tor (Mauj,aud,
uaa. scar, jscupae, lownsonu, ior
Uhalai.'-'Klhel; Mskaaa. Xaunakakal,
, O.ffi BTATmbieOvHrlman. for, San
TfcMave March "0
O. 'Jk-'O. Sr'flMJtptlef nindrfor the
unni. i '-.'li' n
8trar. Walalale, Pllti, for Walmea
and KakaluL at t p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahalaj; Orejory. for Elcole,
iianapap ana juuuweii; man anu
passant only, Koloa and Walmea;
at S s. bl
8txar. Kauai. Bruhn, for Ahuklnl and
Hanaiaaulu; at 4 p. ib.
Am. bk. Olympic, Evans, for San
Francisco; at t p. m.
For Pukbb, phstmri Lehua, March
19. Mr. and Mm. J. P. Brown.
Fbr PaauaaifHiper stmr. Maul, March
t9. A. lulxrtOaaon.
fotainW 'ror Mrpmentatlve In the
Territorial Legislature from tho
Fourth DtrtWCMo -fill the vacanc)
caused by ta (, ,0f Archibald F
Democrat-Caarl T. Wilder.
RepubUcaa-uAAtloa yet to be taken.
Tbe-TR) Rule Rasnbllcan nartr
as Its 'ttAnUaitcj, for tha vacant seat tn
the Hoom at RurfreaeatatlTcti from tin
Fourth District. The DemetcraU have
put up Caailcw'lV Wilder aid now the
Republican, partr-ia the only oae re
maining la, h teld that has not yet
Now thatvtha other two partial have
choMB men, ,tK JUpubllcans will un
doubtedly moot ,iarly next weak and
aottlo on a aaaa aa nominee for to
postpone actios Tory much longer
would huMinlhatiUio Republican candi
dal" -would bo'ahut out.
Much has boon said about the action
of tho Home Rule partly at the special
meeting of the executive committee
held Monday, night laat. The Adverti
ser cams out with a yarn about F. W
Beardslee. and Jtev. lllram Bingham
thai -was, ludicrous on the face of It,
Aa a matter of fact, tho only name
placed before tho committee was that
of F, yrr Beaxdaloe, and this name was
given, by the tuVcommlttee on a nom
inee; ,Tb. report. of tho sub-commltteo
was almost, unanimously adopted and
further Instructions ware given to the
offect-that Mr. fleardslee be seen and
advises of tbo action, taken.
The sub-commlttse saw Mr. Beards,
loo' 'who yesterday afternoon handed
them hla 'answer in writing. It was a
very short1 letter; but It expressed his
entire, wUllngaoes to run as a andl
date of'tho" Home Rule Republican
There Is to bo another mooting of
the, executive committee tonight and
t that time U.4 action taken at the
spedal'meetlng will be ratified and the
letter of acceptance from Mr. Beards
lee- read.- This will practically close
the work, of the party on the matter
of a nominee and tho leaders will begin
There Is no question whatever that
In running Mr. Beardslee the Home
Rulers have their eye on the labor ele
ment of the city. "Mr. Befrdslee's sym
pathies are with -the laboring claaa, as
they must necessarily be In his pres
est position, sad be is looked upon by
the Home Rulers as being the man
Who will poll the most votes from that
The Home Rulers have been at work
oa tho labor problem for months and
have made many attempts to g.t the
laboring-men on their side. In the
minds or those who have followed
carefully toe trend of affairs, success
has bee met with, notwithstanding
u fact that, at a Booting of the fed
erated trades held Friday night last,
it was decided that there would be no
. rr. ..TbjiradkV.'MaK-h rS
Am. JWU. Jffipkifi,' ffcjiirildt,' 10 -1
dayaitiajSarvnrandilco. "" " '
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,THE LOOMS OF NEW ENULAND hnvo como to bo today tho
wonder of the world. Yankee, nklll and Ingenuity Is able to dtipll-
rnld the finest productions of England and France, and nt from one-
'third to -tine-half the cost.
-y JIow can they do It? How can they produce n ".tie, even, Blghtly
fabric embellished with tho daintiest
n sum? Olvc it up. The goods are hero fo amazo both yott and us.
:A(Ieiuato description Is utterly Impossible, but tho following hints
DAINTY 8WIS9FS Perfect reproductions of the European origi
nals; you could not tell tho dlffcrncc nor could we. The weave nnd
tho col6r effects arc worthy of goods costing several times the prlco.
There arc many, many now patterns In this ever popular fabric.
Tbo styles are French but the product Is entirely American.
15c BATISTES I5c
Thnn theso no cloth or color stands tho laundry better. Tho Ftench
product sells at 30c a yard. These pattcins made at the milts of Low
ell, Mass., we guarantee to be as solid In colors, as lasting nnd as
pretty, nt exactly half tho price of the foreign materials.
PERCALES No need to say that where a strong, closely woven
wash fabric Is wanted nothing Is quite as good as percale. You have
your choice of somo fifty patterns.
And then there aro white good and printed goods and goods
dyed In the yarn; In fact, no auch assemblage of wash goods beauty
has ever been gathered here before. Come and see It.
Srillnncp with Hthcr thu Uvpubllcan or
Hnnm Unit iinrtv.
' (''t( i- ..!,! !. tlw.csi lind lw...n nn n.
it. in mi tm inin iiivn- no m-i -
.TO. I l.l,l.a .. ! tlift tllii mll1 IVIlllnrl
iimi Miiuji mni nini Hint. iu iii;miiii
i .ir. iii'iiiuiim;
.it ili In iiii.ti.purnt
Is n direct outcome
o this understanding.
A. 1.. C Atkinson,
who has been
sjjltiken' of most favorably In connection
with the Republican nomination, was'
asked -today If he would run were '"
(efbe put up as a candidate of the Re-
llltlKI .1 ,11 .1 nrir .. IVU, ,...(.1
thtncR to be consldeied. nnd while he
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i consHiereci u u k..-ui iiuu.jr .u m-
thought of at all. he hall found several
reasons that would uet as stumbling
blocks In the way of his acceptance.
PAY 1 OBFo FIE
A meeting of the Associated Chnrl-
ties was held Jestenlay afternoon In
the usual place. Mr, Berger presented
her report covering the months of Jan-
uary, Februaiy and Match up to and
Including yesteiday. The teport starts
out with the statement that since the,
last meeting, held In January, there
hud bten ti applications for work, ti
for entrance to the hospital nnd 23 for
Other relief. Theie had been 2ttS office
Intel views and a working fund of ?I7U
had been received. Of the 11 ppplUunts,
t were family i-um-h, (J single women
mid 2" single men, mostly strangers lu
the city. The 41 applications repre
sented t."i people. By nationality, 'I
were Amerlcnu, 10 British. 3 (Jcrmans,
3 Sciitidlnavlans, 1 Spaulaid, S For-
tuguese. 1 Porto Hl-an. 2 llawallans, 1
Ameihnu tiegrcss, 1 Italian ami i Chi
nese. A hundred meal tickets had beeu
given out since. January 1. The report
concludes as follows:
The Konn Orphanage Is a great boon
to the poor children of this community.
Letters coming from the nine children
recently sent to this excellent Instltu-
tlon show them to a huppy. grateful, nawauans. A .iieiourama in two acts,
lomfortuble und healthy lot. 8Iiiro,",,lwli
the majority of the Inmates ure from , Tlin I orlu nf fllO Tulllfrhl
Honolulu, tho benevolent people ol I U1UJ Ul 1110 ITTIIIglll
this city will doubtless feel willing to New Scenes New Customes New Songs
do their part to usslst In mulntiilnlng
the orphanage. No child whom we
have recommended bus been refused
admittance, and we are now- consider
ing four more cases.
Altogether, the work of the Associat
ed Charities unci the results are cn
loutuglng. We have tome very dis
tressing cusis, hut the promptness with
clctlcs lehpond to appeals for help.
iiiiilud trui u str-ls lit t tirlnir frV tlist twmt
luiin.o ; n u n we titiiiap, 'wui
comparatively easy. I believe that no
rase ctt destitution need continue In
this city if the facts are known.
Tln-o. Richards brought up the mat
ter of "Col." Uike. He had made In
vestigations und had found that this
man hud been mltrc presented. He
thought I .like was lenity serving out a
sentence of ",0 for debt Instead ot
gross cheat. This debt law was an
obsolete one. He was able to raise the
money and suld he was Inclined to do
so at ome aud give the man a chance.
The Associated Charities took no offi
cial cognizance of the mutter.
CUSTOM HOU8B CHALLENGED.
Captain Scanlon of the Custom
House bastball team has received the
Captain of the I'. S. Customs House
team; Our bojs have agreed to pluv
your baseball team at the Maklkl
grounds Saturday afternoon at 3;2U
p, m, Our bojs aie as follows; Louis
Souras, v.; Fred Williams, p.; Henry
Williams, lb.; Knsuy, 2b.; Eveicst
Gomes, 3b.; Ucoi-ge Mederas, ss.; Man
uel Lee. cf.; Wulter Lee, If.; Einest
Hell, It., sub. John Thompson.
Captain I'ulolo Team,
The Custom House team will not ac
cept the challenge possibly becauso
they do not Intend to Intel fere with the
McKlnley Memorial Association foot
ball game which will be played on Sat"
urday afternoon and secuiidly us they
themselves like to have something to
tmy ubout the time when they ure to
The weekly edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news of the day.
of color printings for so nominal
(tT III . rf -m r
ror want woiumn ee rngc mx
FIRST-CLASS bread baker wi
New England Bakery.
, TO LET.
, FINISHED cottage, for light hous,-
rn i r-r vt.,tt, ixmi.i,,,,!1..., ...
,..., .. ,. . , j in, ,,, nit. -i, ,uu(to, J. ,-
vnte family: board If desired. Here.
tanla near Kaplolanl, makal side
TO LET This is "to let" you know
1 know that I'aeheco's Dandru.T Killer
eradicates dandruff nnd Is a sclentlf-
, le hair food. At Union Barber Shop.
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,m,,hlRi 1h,11k rwu,y for occllI)anc,
w ,, ,,,, fr m)1c ngM.,.,on on
Krlcln'. March 21st. from 10 a. m. to
4 p. ni.. nnd from 7-30 to 9 o'clock In
the evening. 2100-3t
" g; ?!?S!Sr'
Saturday Afternoon and Evening
Grand Production of n HcrlcB of
Ancient Hawaiian Hletory adapted
for the stage b the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
t be preseuted In English by Native
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
V. (J. Y 66 HOD Ok CO
Kabikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Beretanls Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALLS 19 AND 20.
Fine English and American Qeod.
6$ Hotel street, and -Hotel
r O, BOXgtt.
TEL whit p
has removed to tbo
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
Mnrsileu J. Perry of Pi ov Idem'-. R.
I., the mllllonnlie banker, ti-aeil.in
magnate and business partner of .eiu
tor Aldrltb, Is said to have lu Ins li
brary the best collection .if rilrikes
pearana In Ameilcn. It has cost 1,1m
over ISO.bOO thus far. and !k huh inn
sacked the larger cities of this counliy
and Europe und attended every Im
portant Shakespeaie i-ale to cei-urc
aie editions plates und engravings.
65 Queen St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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