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TUiusuA V! ""AVKttriiVi'wa
1902 CHAIN LESS
The "COLUMBIA" of today Iras
reached a statu of perfection unequal
ed In any other bicycle, and Its popu
larity Is ever Increasing.
Light running uphill or on the let el,
cushion frame, cliolco of tlrcn, saddle,
pedals, etc. Price
Large stock now on hand and wo
sell them for cash or on installments,
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EIILER8 BLOCK, FORT STREET.
FOURTH DISTRICT WORKERS
ARE NOW AT IT HARD
Meeting Held Last Night and Plans
Laid for Campaign --
Time for Precint
Every member of the Fourth !)!
tilct Committee Is ntil.ed to be pies
cut at' a meeting to he held In Ill-publican
hendquartel. Ellto building, at
k":S0 o'clock tonight. At that time will
bu settled nil the matters pertaining
to the carrying on of the campaign In
the Fourth District.
Un to the time Secretary Cooper'
1 tiling was made public theie was lit
tle, doing today with respect
to tho eligibility or otherwise
of' August Dreler, The Democrats
are doing nothing vhatecr nnd
niu waiting for tho Home Killers
to make a move. However, the nttor
nrys among tho Important members
of the small Democratic minority arc
helping as much as they can.
It was Btated yesterday nfternoon
that Carlos Long of the Home Rule
party Intended sending a communica
tion to Acting Governor Cooper nsking
' h'.m to xay whether or no tho name of
August Dreler would appear on thf
ballots the day cf the special election.
Mr. Long changed his mind about
(ending the communication nnd went
ti see Mr. Cooper personally. In re
ply to a question asked by Mr. 1-on.
tho Acting Governor answered that he
was not prepared to give an oft-hand
nnswer. He would have to consult the
Attorney Geneial for an opinion on thu
All this morning the Homo Hitlers
were busy with an official communica
tion which will be sent to Acting Gov
ernor Cooper this afternoon. It will
have attached all the names of the
men who signed the application of Au
gust Dreler which was filed in tho
Secretary's office Saturday foienoon,
and will demand that tho Acting Gov
ernor state whether or no tho name of
August Dreler will appear on tho pal
lets on the 9th of April.
When seen this morning. Mr. I.011A
hald he felt that tho matter of the ell
glblllty or otherwise of August Drclef
would surely come Into the courts bn
tore the matter Is decided one way 01
There were a number of Home Ilul
ers on the Btreets today wuu Inslsteu
that the courts had no right to deal
with the matter of the eligibility or
otherwise of the Home Kule nbd Dem
ocratic candidate. They state that
they believe the Legislature Is the
sole Judgo of who shall constitute Its
The Fourth District Committee of
the Republican party met In headquar
ters last night for the purpose of for
rutilatlng plans for the campaign which"
has icr Us objective point the election
of a rutin to fill tho vacant seat In the
Homo of Representatives. Thero were
present besides a large representation
of the committee, members of the Cen
tral Committee, who are getting to
work in splendid shape and doing nil
In their power to help out the Fourth
District Committee In their work.
The first part of the meeting was
given up to a discussion of how thu
commlttco should proceed with tho
work. Andrew Drown soon settled thu
whole question by talking directly
against any delay whatever In making
arrangements for the campaign, Tho
committee, had come together for
wok and. It should get at It at once.
This was the opinion of tho whole com
On motion of Mr. Drown, the chair
man of the Central Committee, and the
chairman of the Fourth District Com
mittee were Instructed to attend tn
any matters whatever1 which might
come up with reference to tho candi
dacy of August Dreler and jrhlch
would In any way affect the Republi
can party. These men will keep
close watch on the movements of the
Home Rule and Democratic parties
during tho next few days and will re
port to the Fourth District Commit
tee their findings. In this way the
Republicans will be In a position to
checkmato any of tho moves Mint
might be made which might result ad
versely for tho party.
It was reported at the meeting that
there bad been some talk during the
(ln'r of the withdrawal of tho name or
August Dreler and the substitution
therefor of the name of F. W. De-trds-len'
A .petition had already been pro
partd anil names were being secured
Bo'thnt the application woulu be In
due form In plenty of time to taki
action, ,XW was Riven the commit
tee as Information that might bo ol
It was asked by one of the members
ofJIiiLEQiiaOlsJilct Committee how
Mr. Drqler. could withdraw when ac
cording" tothe votitkntlon of the Re
publican party, be tuul never been a
candidate, Of course, this will bo a
matter for the. .courts to' decide.
At this juncture, the ' sub-committees
appointed at 1 the, -joint meeting
held Saturday afternoon announced
that they were ready to go to work at
once and a recess of about an hour ot
bo was taken. During this time soma
very hard work was done with tho re
sult that when the general meeting
was. called to order again the Bub
committees were ready to report con
The committee on meetings was the
first to report. Chas, 11. Wilson as the
chairman stated that a list of the meet
ings In the various precincts had been
made nnd that It wns believed the
plan would woik admirably. Resides
the meetings In the precincts during
the nights that are to follow before
the clcitlon, It w-as decided that there
should be noontime meetings on the
wharvs and nt other places where
theie were a largo number of voters
who would probably not turn out for
the meetlngH in thu nlght-tlmo.
A list of names of tho proposed
speakers W-as presented nnd seemed
to meet with the favor of thu general
committee. Other names .were sug
gested by mcmberB present nnd these
were ndded to thu list. It was further
reported that tho commlttco had made
a rough draft of the subjects to be
taken up by the various speakers.
i'list and foremost was the platform ol
tiie party In Its entirety. Next would
tonic kindred subjects and special
matters which would be leclded on
The conditional arrangement ol
precinct meetings Is as follows, al
though It cannot bo ascertained until
tonight Just what special places can
be vcciued as meeting places:
Wednesday First Priclnct (Wnlkl-
l;l) and Second Precinct (Kewalo).
Thursday First Precinct (Punnhoii)
and Second Precinct (Mnklki).
Friday Third Precinct (Pauoa).
Saturday Fourth Precinct: this
meeting will probably be In Emma
.Monday Third Precinct (Ntiuanti).
Tuesday Fifth Precinct.
An will bu seen from" the list given.
It will bn necessary to hnve two meet
ings each In the First, Second nnd
Third Precincts on account of their
Blze. The Seventh Pieclnct Is out of
the question on nccount of Its dis
tance from Honolulu, but messages
will be sent over to the Walmannlo
workers to get their men in line nnd
to turn out In force on election day.
There will be no meeting In tho Sixth
Precinct because a meeting place v
liu selected for tho Fifth Prc Inct tint
will be convenient for the Republicans
of the Sixth also.
The canvassing committee repotted
to the effect that It had been decided
to ask the Young Men's Republican
Club through President Lorrln An
diew'B to attend to the matter of look
ing up the voters in the various pro
clhcls nnd giving them all the Informa
tion necessary. This arrangement met
with the approval of the committee.
The finance commlttco reported that
several hundred dollars would be nec
essary for tho purpose of carrying on
the campaign and that the method of
collecting the money would be pre
sented to tho committee nt the meet
ing to be held Tuesday night.
Among those present at tho meeting
was Candidate Harris and W. C. King.
the new member from the Fourth
Precinct. E. A. Mott-Snilth. the new
member from the Third Precinct, wns
Three soldiers of the transpo t
Meade appeared In the Police Court
this forenoon on the charge ot va
grancy, they having been found on tho
premises of the O, It. &. L. Co. nt 2
o'clock Monday morning and being
unable to give any plausible reason for
their visit there.
At first, It was the disposition of the
court to allow the case to go over un.
til Thursday as the men had made
their first appearance before Judge
Wilcox and that magistrate would not
return from Molokal until the time
mentioned. However, the men wanted
tbelr caso tried Immediately. This
being the case, the matter was taken
up at once. A plea of guilty was en
tered by each ot the defenaants and
thoy were sentenced to one day's Im
prisonment at hard labor. They smil
ed very noticeably as they walked
back to their places In the prisoner's
dock. It was InMeed a very mild sen
tence. AT CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
On Saturday night there will be a big
reception to Rev. Father Stephen whu
on the morning of that day will become
a priest of the Catholic church. A
large number of invitations hnvo been
sent out and a flno time Is expected.
At tho services In the morning the
following will probably be present. In
vitations having been sent to them:
Portuguese Consul A. de Souza Cana
vano, French Consul A. Vlzzavonu,
Justice Antone Perry, Judge Humph
reys, Judgo RoblnBon, the members of
tho family of tho prospective priest,
Father Francis and the brothers of St,
Louis College, the San Antonio So
ciety, tho Lvsltana Boclety, the Portu
guese Literary Club, the Concordia So
ciety, tho Catholic Ilenevolent Union
and the Young Men's Institute.
The Catholic Mission and Concordia
bands will coptolldate for the occasion.
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New moon Arrlltli 8th at 3:20 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than .Green wclh time, being
mat of the meridian or 157.30. The
time whistle, ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcfl
Is tho same as Greenwich. 0a Om.
Masters of vessels Balling from thin
port for San Francisco will find thero
a branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
Office located in the Merchants ex
change, where is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complete seta
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters ot Interest to ocean
Woollier Hureau, Punahou, April 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
65 ;Mlddny maximum, 75.
Ilaromcter at 0 a. m. 29.93. Slightly
Dew Point H7F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 78 per cent.
For the month the rainfall at Lun
kaha was 44.2. Inches; nt Pacific
Heights, 22.40 Inches.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
1. Weather hazy; Wind light SE.
Monday. March .It.
Am. sp. S. D. Carleton, Ameibury, 21
days from Tacoma, at C p. m.
.Tuesday. April 1.
St)-. Mnuna Loa, Slmerson from La
halna, Maaliu-a, Kona and Kau, at ti
a, in. with 5585 bags of sugar, 80 bags
ot coffee. 122 bags of taro, 42 bags ot
nwa, 115 bundles of bannnns, 2 bales of
tobacco, 23 kegs butter, 19 bundles of
hides, 4 pigs, 30 head cattle and 172
Str. Noeau, Green, from Kiikulhaelp,
at 5 a. m., with 3773 bags of sugar.
Am. bkt. Mary Wlnkclman, Guttrls
sen. 57 days' from Newcastle.
Monday. .March 31.
Str. Keauhou, MohIkt. for Kllauea,
at 5 p .m.
Str. James Makce. Tullett, for Ka
paa, at t p. m.
Str. Lehii.i, Nap.iln, for Molokal
ports, at 5 p. m.
O. N. str. Tamplco, Reed, for Mnka
welt, Eleele and Kahultil to load sugar,
at p. m.
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, for Kolua,
Eleele and llanapcpe, at 4 p. ni.
Str. W. (!. Hall, Thompson, for Ko
lua, Nawlllwllt, Eleele ami llanapcpe.
at 5 p. m.
Str. Kinau,' Freeman, for Hllo nnd
way ports, at 4 p. m.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, for Maui
pprtB, at 5 p. m
From Lnhatnn, Maalaea. Kona and
Kau ports, per str. Maunn Loa, April 1
G. C. Hewitt, D. J. Cashman, Miss U
Nelson, L. Hoyt, S. Lesser S. M. Da
mon, A. W. Uottomley, Rev. Tlmotca
and wife, T. Shlbayama, J. Knulukou
Sam Knnlhao, Father John, W. It.
Corn well, Mrs. W. Cornwell. Miss 11
Ilorba, Geo. Schrelder, Rev. W. Ault,
A. C, Warner, A. Cross nnd wrlfe, D. C.
Heger. Miss R. Hayselden, J. Graham,
t), Ijxai, J. N. Garver, Rev. A. II. Wey
mouth and 49 on deck.
from Kukulhaele, per str. Noeau,
April 1 Mies Jordan and Mr. Loulp
son. PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
for Anahola, per str. Keauhou,
March 31-Col. Z. S. Spalding and J
For Molokal ports, per Btr. Lehua,
March 31 C. D. Reynolds, Urother
Lawrence, Dr. W. L. Moore. Attorney
General E. P. Dole, Judge Wilcox, D.
II. Case, Dr. J. S. II. Pratt, A. N.
For Maul ports, per str. Claudlne,
sailing this afternoon nt 5 o'clock
Miss Knthrlne Smith, Kahultil; D. II.
Davis and wife, Kahulnl; II. P. Raid
win, Kahulul; W. N. Alexander, S. N.
Palmer, J. M. Couson, Mrs. Allen.
Mrs. Layson, W, T. Robinson, wife aud
child, Kahulul; H. C. Ovenden, Hnna.
For Hllo and way ports, per Btr. Ki
nau, sailing this afternoon at 4 o'clock
Rev. T. Fukao, Hllo and return; Mr.
Wilson, Hllo nnd return; Miss A. Ka
noho. A. G. Scrrao, wife and son, A, H.
I.oebcpsteln, N. C. Wllfong, C. R.
James, A. J. Lyon, R. p. Lange, L. T.
Kenake. II. W. Madden, Robert Hind,
J. D. Ryan, Mrs. J. M. Hind, Miss
Champlln, Miss Patten, It, L. Smith,
J. 1). Champlln, It. E. Cooper, and son,
C, L. Wight, P. II, McStoVker, wife and
on, A. Frank and wife, W. H. Layson
and wife, E. R. Darth, E. Devauchelle,
T. R. Crook, Mr. Srol, J. S. MeCandless.
Mrs, n. Scott. E. Henrlques, Miss E.
Coltonu, P. E. Richardson.
LILIKOl GOES TO JAIL.
Llllkol, a native, appeared In tho Po
lice Court this forenoon on the charge
of assault and battery on Llzle Llll
kol, his wife. Ho pleaded guilty to
the chargo but made tho statement
that his wife was to blame for tho ac
tion. Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth stated
that Llllkol had been tin liafnrn tlm
court beforo or! the very same charge
that he was a brutal fellow and that hr
was In the habit of beating bis wlfo
rno last occasion wns the worst of all
It seems that the man threw his wife
down on the floor and then proceeded
to choke her while she was down.
Recognizing the gravity of the of
tense. Judge Dlckev did nn) imnmn
money fine, as is usual In cases of as
sault and battery, but Bent the man to
Jail for five days.
We are now Offering for
Sale a Lot of
BUTTER SUIT YUU?
Has It got a moldy, back-number,
aged Bort of smell that takes away
your appotlto for that thick, Juicy
steak yon would havo otherwise en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
wo sell will crento an appetite not
tako it away. Iletter than any spring
tonic made. It Is pure, sweet and
fresh as a daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
For Want Column See Page Six
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
suite or single. Telephone X, 1325
Uerctanla Ave. cor. Keeaumoku.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred
black Mlnorcas. Northup strains, 3
per setting. Jeff's, 43 King St.
LOST A gold stlrkpln, tn shape of
fox head. Reward If returned to
Dulletln ofllce. 2110-tf
CORN8 removed without pain by D,
M. Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of
fices at II Garden lane. 2110-lm
TO REST IH
The funeral ot the late Maurice
Loulsson took place from the Masonte
Temple yesterday afternoon. The Ha
waiian Lodge, under the uusplces of
which the services were conducted, met
at 3:30 o'clock and shortly .utter 1
o'clock, tho remains were carried Into
tho largo hall and deposited upon tho
trestles before the Masonic altar.
The hall was filled with Masons who
participated In the services, and the
friends of the deceased. The widow of
the deceased occupied a special chair
reserved for her on the Ewa side of
The Masonic ritual was performed
with Worshipful Master Fred Whitney
of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, P. & A. M.,
officiating. At the conclusion of tbo
Impressive services those present wcro
permitted to gaze for the last time on
the features of the dead.
The casket was then surrounded by
the pall-bearers and to the strains ot
a dead march played on the organ, the
casket was lifted and conducted to the
hearse at the entrance to the Temple,
between lines of aproned MaBons.
The procession that wended Its way
to the Nuuanu cemetery was a long one
At the grave, the Masons held tbelr
closing services nnd the body was laid
Tho floral gifts were very beautiful,
Tbo most striking of all was tho one
Bent by the Rebekah Lodge, I. O, O. P.
On the casket only a few sprays ot
orchid blossoms were allowed to rest.
The pall-bearers were as follows: M
S. Grlnbaum, Col. W. P. Allen, P. A.
Schaefer, J. O. Carter, Captain Andrew
Puller, A. Mublendorf, Henry Davis
and A. Qartenberg.
Mrs. Gush How do you do, 'Manda?
How did you like the reading of
Drowning at the club last nlghtT
Mrs. Illuff Oh, pretty well. Dut 1
didn't like the way her dress hung.
Mrs, Gush Nor I, either. And It
teemed to me she might have held thu
book more gracefully. Boston Transcript.
WA8HABLE SEPARATE SHIRTS
any skirt In tho house values up
to $3.00 .,.,..,.... C0c.
A broken lot of LADIES VESTS
.- -, -, 5c. each
YOUR PICK OF' ANY BELT In tho
200 bolts WIDE FANCY RIBBONS
cholco ,, 25c. yard
8ILK FINI8HED CROCHET COT
TON ., 5c. ball
40 pieces DIMITIES nt 3c. yard
About 100 COR8ETS quality high
makes famous Sizes broken prlco
. 1... 1. 25c. each
TABLE DAMASK 25c. yard
8TRAIQHT.rFRONT Hoso Supporters
In different colors t 25c. pair
MEN'S SUSPENDERS .... 16c. pair
GENUINE MEXICAN HATS ours by
chance Values up to $3.00 all....
Odd Iota of LADIES' and CHILD
REN'S 8T0CKINQS, 5c. pair
CRASH TOWELING 6c. yard
8HELL HAIR PIN8....3 doz. for 5c.
DRESSING COMBS, a basketful at..
.,' 5c. each
CURTAIN SCRIM 10c. yard
A mixed lot of PURSES 6c. each.
Another lot o; BELT8 6c. each
LADIES' LINEN COLLARS Nearly
nil Blzes 5c. each
Tho Adjourned Annual Meeting ot
the Stockholders of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
will be held at the office of tho Com
pany, Queen street, Honolulu, on Mon
day, April 14th, 1902, at 10 o'clock am.
C. II. CLAPP.
ORPHEUM COMPANY, LIMITED.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
The Annual Meeting of the Orpheum
Company, Limited, wi.. be held at the
oft Ice of tho Kaplolanl Estate, Limit
ed. on Friday, April tho 4th, 1902, at
2:30 o'clock p. m.
By order ot the Board of Directors:
H. M. VON HOLT.
Secretary Orpheum Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Y. Anln,
a partner, has withdrawn from the
firm of Kw-ong Chong Wa! Company,
doing business as general rico plant
ers and farmers, at Late. Oahu, T. H
and Young Chu Keong has been re
ceived into said firm as a partner in
his place and stead, and that said firm
Is now composed of Y. Atoy. Chun Poy
Fat, Hee Ten, Yee Fat and Young Chu
Keong, doing business under said
firm name and style of Kwong Chong
Dated March 31st, 1902.
KWONG CHONG WAI COMPANY,
By CIITJiS POY PAT.
YOUNG CHU KEONG. 2110-3t
A process Just discovered of
preserving the pure Juice ot
the grape without fermenta
tion, making a delightful and
healthful beverage. Guaran
teed to be absolutely pure, and
to contain no chemlcalB. Un
equaled as a drink for sick
and for abstainers; also pos
fcesses the same qualities for
For Bale in quart bottles at
50c the bottle. Wholesale
prices on application.
FORT STREET, above Ucrotanla
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
Grimes I wonder Tom should marry
a woman several years older than him
self. Uncle George Oh, that's all right. It
won't be long before she Is younger
than he, There's something peculiar
about women's ages. Boston Tran
65 Queen St.
On FRIDAY, April 4,
At 10 oclock a. m., at the residence ot
Mrs. M. C. Monsarrat, No. 1151 Union
street. I will sell at Public Auction,
Furniture and Effects, comprising tn
Fine rerns and Palms,
Paintings by Tavernler,
Ot Diamond Head, moonlight;
Paints on wood ot (lowers and Ha
Paintings by J. D. Strong, Diamond
Head, Surfing. Mullet, etc., etc.;
Center and Sofa Rugs;
1 Mahogany Etagerc, Mantle Mirror,
Parlor Chairs and Rockers,
Bedroom Set, Oak Chlffonlere,
Spears and Curios,
Wardrobes, Iron Bedsteads,
Oak Sideboard and Dining Chairs,
Crockery, Stove and Utensils,
Ice Box, Meat Safe, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, pailor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jns. F. Morgan, C3
COTTAGE on Garden lane. Parlor,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and bath.Rent J33 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 65 Queen
TWO - STORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy tract, Beretanla Btreet, be
tween Pllkol and Keeaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN. '
. . AUCTIONEER.
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65 Queen St
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