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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TIIUnSDAY, APRIL 3, 1902.
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Tho "COLUMBIA" of today has
reached a stnte of perfection unequal.
od In any oilier bicycle, ami Us popu-
larlly Is ever Increasing.
Light running uphill or on the level,
cushion frame, cliolco of tires, saddle,
pedals, etc. l'rlco
Large stock now on hand and we
sell them for cash or on Installments.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EIILER6' ULOCK, PORT STREET.
And What is BeingDone
It was stated In )estcrda s Bulletin i
that .there would he a hearing of the
respective claims of the Republican
and Home Ilulc parties In the mullet of
August Dreler More Acting Governor
Cooper In (ho afternoon at 2 o'clock,
ThlB was tho Intention lint something
came In to prevent the corrjlng out of
the program accoidlng to arrange
ments. Home Rulers Decline.
When the petition of W W Harris
had been tiled In the forenoon Mr.
Cooper sent a request to the oppotlU
ldo to have a representative present
at the bearing which had been set for
the afternoon. Not long nflcrwntils.
there was a conference of the Homo
Rule party managers and It was de
cided to have nothing to do with tho
hearing. A communication to this ef
fect was sent to Mr Cooper and so
when the time came, Mr Robertson
representing the Interests of the He
publican party, was tho only ono pies
ent. He made a statement of tho
claims of the Republican part) In tho
premises and then after a short con
ference, Mr. Cooper decided that ho
could find no reason for changing I1I1
mind with reference to nllowlng tho
name of August Dreler to appear on
This finished the. mutter so far as tho
Acting Governor was concerned, later
on It was agreed that the Supreme
Court should be appealed to Attorney
Robertson went over to th Judiciary
building and there, after quite n Ion.;
conference, succeeded In getting tho
permission of the Supreme Court to
hear the case of V. W. Harris vs Hen
ry E. Cooper today, Justice Galbralth
dissenting on the ground that the ( al
endar was already full and .that tluro
was business of much greater Import
ance to attend to.
Fourth District Committee.
In tho evening, there was a short
meeting of tho Fourth District Com
mittee In headquarters for tho puiposo
of attending to any matters which
mighty come up In connection with the
work"of the campaign. During that
meeting, the most Important matter
discussed was the refusal on the part
of C. M Cooke to put up a cent to
wards the expenses of the campaign.
Tho report was made by Andrew
Brown who stated that ho had been
to see Mr. Cooke at his ofllce He was
told that It was generally known he
had given permission to W. W. Har
ris to run as candidate for tho Re
publican party In the Fourth District
and that as such action on the part of
Mr, Harris was with his sanction, the
party thought that he ought to be will
ing to put up some money toward de
fraying the expenses of the campaign.
Not much would he needed but what
was needed would bo absolute! neces
sary, "Not a Cent," Says Cooke.
Mr. Cooke replied 11131416 hud given
permission to Mr Harris to run on the
assurance from him that such artton
would not interfere with his business
In the firm of Lewers & Cooke. How
ever, be had never seen tho use of put
ting up a candidate for the special
election and he would not put up a cent
of money. It would bo a different mat
ter when the general election wns on,
The committee did not Bay very
much about this refusal on the part ot
Mr. Cooke. It was the Intention ol
the committee on finance to get Mr.
Cooke lo bead the list ot subscribers to
the campaign fund but since he had re
fused to do so some other arrangement
would have to be made. It was sug
gested that the younger members el
the party In the Fourth District b
seen and asked to contribute what they
felt they could toward the fund. It Ii
thought that by adopting this plan
enough money tan be secured to run
There was naturally a feeling of Ir
ritation on tho part of members of tho
committee present Tho report ot
Mr Drown was accepted.
After the adjournment of tho meet
ing the members went to tho meetings
In Kakaako and Walkikl to listen to
the excellent speeches made by the vn
rloua men who had been called on to
say a few words.
First Precinct Meetings.
The precinct meetings were not held
until after 8 o'clock. The one at Ka
kaako was very well attended and was
by far the more enthusiastic. Tho
chairman was Enoch Johnson and he
presided well. The first speaker was
William Olepau, tho mative who mado
such a telling address at the last masi
meeting of the Republicans In the drill
shed aud who Is doing such good work
among tho men of the wharves for tho
good of the Republican party ,
Olepau of the Wharves.
The speaker told why be had becomo
a Republican aud touched briefly on
some of the shortcomings of the Home
Rule party. He said that he felt con
vinced that all thORc who desired to
work for the good of the Territory
should be enlisted In the ranks of tho
Republican party 'the day would come
when Hawaii would be working for
statehood nnd nt that time It would
be seen that In order to secure this
much wished for consummation It
would bo necessary to belong to a
party which had Invariably worked
for the good of tho nation.
The speaker sAld he had been with
Wilcox through three revolutions and
had been a staunch Aloha Alna mem
ber 1 lint was all past nnd gone and
Hawaii had come under tho Jurisdic
tion of the United States. This being
the fact the natives should enroll their
names on tho lists of an American
part) and work under such n party for
the good they hoped to attain. Natu
lally he wns a lover ot his Hag. What
native would not be. However, times
had changed nnd In order to do any
thing toward the political welfare of
the country 4t would be necessary o
work for the pirty of progress the Re
Aylett Says Why.
The next speaker was Representa
tive A)lctt who took ns his principal
theme tho ineligibility of August
Dreler as a candidate on the side of
tho Home Rule and Democratic pir
tles Ho stated that W W Hun Is,
the )oung mnn who Is running us a
candidate on the Republican side was
a qualified voter and a resident of tho
Fourth District In which ho, voted nt
tho last general election and In which
ho would vote nt tho coming special
On the other hand, Mi. Dreler, tho
opposing candidate, was not a quail
fled voter and should not, according
to the law be allowed to vote or to
run as a candidate. Mr. Dreler wns a
good man but voters should remember
that It would be n very had thing to
vote for a man who Is not qualified to
become a legislator of the Territory at
this particular time. Voting for Mr,
Dreler would mean to throw awuy a
ballot. Every man expected when ha
dropped his ballot into the box that It
would result in something. If this was
what was desired It would be best for
everybody to vote for Mr Harris,
Paulo, Former Home Ruler.
Tho next speaker on the list wns
Paulo Hoktl und at his appearance
there was a storm of applause for
Paulo was not long since n staunch
member of tho Home Rule party and
ono of the members of Hi" txccutl'.d
committee of thnt uuitv. )l had al-
w'ays been one of 'the best workers
umoug the natives nnd was must activo
at tho last general election Ills ap
pearance on the Republican tide was
therefore taken ns n great vi tor) by
tho members of that party present.
The speaker did not sparo th- pirty
to which ho had formerly belonged
He called on all Hawnllans who were
loyal to the Interests ot their countiy
to array themselves on the side of the
party of progress. He dwelt particul
arly on tho fact that when Wilcox re
turned from Washington some time
ago and saw how things were going
there he had the Homo Rulers tack on
the end of their name the word Repub
lican for the sole purpose of getting
Into lino with the party dominant In
politics on the Mainland. He said that
It this was the proper thing to do, and
ho had no doubt for u single minute
that It was, why would It (Tot bo tho
best thing to .come out unequivocally
for the Republican party, That would
bo tho most benslblo thing to do .
Paulo said further that the pien wiiJ
represented tho best Interests of tho
country and tho men of substance were
nearly all on tho Republican side. This
certainly showed something It show
ed that their good Judgment h'ad dic
tated that way.
By way or concluding his remarks
Pnulo said thnt over) ono know that
August Dreler was an old humbug. Hr
could neither read nor write, and It
would bo a great mistake for peoplo
to voto for him.
Referring to tho last Legislature,
rauio earn that all the bills of any
valuo woro presented by tho Republi
cans and that tho Home Rulers, being
In tho majority, had killed them, there
by preventing good legislation.
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New moon Aprllth 8th at 3 20 a. m
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
tnat of tho meridian of 167.30. Tho
tlmo whistle ows at 1:30 p. m whlcn
Is tho same as Greenwich, 0a 0m.
Weather Hurenu, Punahou, April 3.
Temperature Morning minimum,
CI, Midday maximum, 76.
Ilaromcter at 9 a m. 29 92. Steady.
Rainfall 0 OC.
Dew Point C6F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 7G or cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
3. Weather cloudy; wind light SE.
Thursday, April 3
Stmr. Jnmos Mnkee. Tullet, from
Kauai ports, 5 a in., with 2G00 bags
Stmr. Kauai, Ilruhn, from Kauai
ports, 4 45 a m., with 3083 bags Bijgar.
Schr. Ada, Nelson, from Kauai
Schr. Kawallanl, from Koolau ports.
Am bg. Consuelo, Jacobscn, from
Euiekn, oft Diamond Head.
Wednesday, April 2.
Stmr. Nocau, Greene, for Lnhalna,
Kaanapall, Honokaa and Kukulhacle.
Stmr. Lehua, Napala, fur Molokal
and Mnut ports,
Thursday, April 3.
Schr. Charles L. Woodbury, Harris,
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Etc
cle, Hanapcpc, Makawell and Walmca,
nt 5 p m.
Schr. Mot Wablne, for Hnmakita.
Am. blf. Gerard C. Tobey, Gove, for
S S Oregonlan, Carty, for New
York via Kahulul.
Stmr Mauna Lon, Slmerson, for I .a
halna, Manlaca, Kona and Kan ports.
Schr Atla. Nelson, for Knual ports.
Schr Kawallanl. for Koolau ports.
From Kauai porta, per str. James
Mukee, April 3 J. W. Clise and son.
From Knual ports, per str. Kauai,
April 3 S. Sheba, Mr. Altman, J. E.
Hudson, M Piosser and 3 deck .
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Out at Walkikl.
The meeting nt Walkikl was held
opposite- the Moann Hotel nt Walkikl,
where Manager Allen had kindly
erected a platform and set chairs and
n table upon It for the benefit of tho
spenkeiH Tho meeting was not as
well attended as It was thought It
would be, this mi account of the fact
thnt the messengers who took out ilie
notices uf tho meeting wero impeded
in their progress through tho precinct
by the mud and rain, mid tho notices
were not te reived nt tho various
bomcH In time for the people to make
their arrangements to turn out,
Kaneakua on. Party,
J M Knnenktin wns the chairman
of the meeting. Ho made a brief ad
dress on tho candidacy of W W Har
ris and referred to the, Republican par
ty ns the ono which stood foremost for
good government. The platform ot tho
party was broad and It contained a
plunk which provides for tbo equality
of all men
In concluding his remarks Mr. Kn
noaktia said that the last Leglslatuie
had done very little of value and that
the Home' Rulers wero In tho majority.
The next speaker was Dan Kekaha,
who made a long speech on the prln
oi les of Republicanism. He called
special attention to the failure of the
last Legislature to pass any bills of
value to tho Territory.
Would Stay In Ranks.
Senator W. C. Achl thanked the
people for voting for him at tho last
election and said he hoped ho would
stay In the ranks lie said that tho
motto of tho Home Rulers was "Ha
wall for tho Hnwullans" but In this
case, whilo tbo voice was that of Ja
cob, the hands wero those of Esau
Continuing, Mr. Arhl said that the
Republican candidate was a Hawaii
an, while tho candidate of the Home1
Rulers was a foreigner.
Representative Kumalau and E1
low ho both mado very telling
sptt'chcs showing why the people
si oi.ld voto tbe Republican ticket and
support Harris Instead of voting ihe
Home Rulo ticket and supporting Mr,
When Candidate Harris mado hU
appearance on tho Hcene thore wai
great applause. Ho Bald In prefacing
bis remarks that the Republican party
stood for good government and for tho
full fruncbls of tho natives. Contin
uing he Bald!
"In upholding tbe rights and priv
ileges ot the voters, you too rmiBt ro
member that you havo a duty to per
form. It Is to voto upon election day,
ami to voto the Republican ticket, it
you want good government and Just
luwe At tho last Legislature, tho
Home Rulers did not pass a law
which was for tho benefit of tho Tor
iltory That paity held up tne loan
bill nnd it Is duo to that fact that wo
now have a flnnnclal stringency This
condition keeps away capital and the
unrest means thai many men with
money will not Invest here, which
keeps monoy from going Into the pock
ets of the laborers for their work,"
After hlB speech at Walkikl Mr. Har
ris went down to Kakaako, whero ho
mado a few remarks ot tbo samo na
PRENDEROAST In this city, April 1
1902, to tho wife of J, K. Prender
(jam, a daughter.
We are now Offering for
Sale a Lot of
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy, back-number,
aged sort of smell that takes away
jour appetite for that thick, Juicy
steak )ou would' have othorvvlso en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will create an appetite not
take It away. Better 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
PIANO taught In six months, new
quick method; satisfaction guaran
teed; $5 month, special attention
to ndullB. Music, Bulletin onlec,
FAIR AND FIELD DAY.
Owing to tbo Inclemency of the
wenther the Held day and fair of the
Oca eminent schools, to have taken
plaeo on Saturila) afternoon next. Is
postponed for two weiks.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Oabu Sugai Company, Limited,
will btMield at the office of II. Hack
feld & Co.,' Ltd., Honolulu, on Satur
day. April 5th, 1902, at 10 a. m , for tbo
purpose of leconstdcrlng a resolution
passed at tho last meeting.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES FOR THE
DISTRICT OF HAWAII. In the Mat
ter of PAUL J. VOELLER. Bankrupt.
IN BANKRUPTCY,. NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that on the 15th day
of April, A. D. 1902, ot 12 o'clock m
of said day. I will sell at public auc
tion the propeity of the Estate of said
Paul J. Voeller, bunkrupt; said sale to
tako placo at tho bale rooms of Will
E. Fisher, corner Merchant and Alakea
streets, Honolulu. The property of
Bald Estate Is described as follows
Tho premises situate on Punchbowl
Hill, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Terri
tory of Hawaii, being a. portion of land
described In Ro)al Patent 3514 to II
M Dow and convened to said P. J.
Voeller by deed of said II. M. Dow, da
ted August mil, U91, recbrded In the
Register Office, Oahu, In Liber JO,
pago 470. TormB cash, U. 8. Gold Coin.
Deed at expense of purchaser.
April 1st, A. D. 1902.
" P. WUNDENBERG.
Trustee of the Estate of Paul J, Voel
2112-101 Apr. 3, 4, 5. 7. 8, 9. 10, 11,
II you have lh-m jour Ice! hate ilm ly acquired
bad hablu It is not ntcettiry to be to-lured by
conn, Ingrowing nlli, bunions chl tla n. eic.
They may be curtd that It our feel may bt token
ol inelr bad riablla, You lll be lurprlxJ, not only
how much more tatlly and conloilible you III walk,
but wl'h Iwwmuch more vl tor and Met ou will be
able lo think and act in all ytur bullnrst or ioclal
Cat end me about IMi, or if -J me word and I
will call on you
Dr. W. R. Bogie,
Union Street above Hotel.
Consultation at office fire
If you cannot find him
Just look in at the
HE W)LL BE THERE.
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
WASHABLE SEPARATE SHIRTS
any skirt in tho hbuse values up
to $3 00 60c
A broken lot of LADIES VEST8
YOUR PICK OF ANY BELT In ftio
200 bolts WIDE FANCY RIBBONS
choice , 25c yard
SILK FINISHED CROCHET COT
TON Gc. ball
40 pieces DIMITIES at oc. yard
About 100 CORSETS quality high
makes famous sizes broken prlca
TABLE DAMASK 25c. yard
STRAIQHT-FRONT Hoso Supporters
In different colors 25c. pair
MEN'S SUSPENDERS ..... i 6c. pair
GENUINE MEXICAN HATS ours by
chance Values up to 3.00 all....
Odd lots of LADIES' and CHILD
REN'S STOCKINGS....... 5c. pair
CRASH TOWELING 5c. yard
SHELL HAIR PIN8....3 doz. for Ec.
DRESSING COMBS, a basketful at..
, 5c. each
CURTAIN SCRIM 10c. yard
A mixed lot of PURSES 5c. each.
Another lot of BELTS. ,'5c. each
LADIES' LINEN COLLARS Nearly
all sizes , 6c. each
, 30c. dozen
NEW - TO-DAY
IJC THE CIRCUIT COURT. r'lRST
circuit. Territory or Hawaii. At Cham'
hers in Probate. In the Mnttor of
the Estntn of Edward C. Macfarlane,
late of Honolulu, Oabu. The Last
Will and Testament of bald doceased
having been presented to said Court
together with a Petition for the Pro
bate thereof, and for tho Isuuance of
Letters Testamentary to George W
Macfarlane, Henry R. Macfarlane,
Frederick W. -JIncfnilane, nnd Flor
ence Macfarlane, having been hied No
tice Is hereby given That Friday, the
Jth day of .Ma), A. D. 1902, at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court
Room of bald Couit, at Honolulu, Oa
hu, be and tho samo hereby is appoint
ed tho time and plnco for proving
said Will nnd heating said application
Honolulu, April 2, 1902.
By the Court
2112 Apr 4, 11. 18. 23.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate. In the Mattel
of the Estate or I N Ha) den, late
of Honolulu, Deceased. On Reading
and Filing tho Petition and Accounts
of the administrator of the Estate of
said deceased, wherein he asks that
his account be examined and approv
ed, und that a Anal ordei be made of
distribution of the property remaining
In his hands to the persons thereto en
titled, nnd discharging lilm from all
further responsibility ns such adminis
trator, u is ornereu, mat rriuay, mo
9th day of May, A. D. 1902, at 10
o'clock a. m , at the Court Room of
the said Court, at Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, be and the same hereby Is ap
pointed as tho time and placo for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
and thnt all persons Interested, may
then and there appeal and show cause,
If any they have, why the same should
not be gtanted, and may present evt-
ulenco as to who are entitled to tho
I Bald property.
Honolulu. April 2, 1902.
By the Court
2112 April 4, 11 18. 23.
SATUROAY EVENING, APRIL 5
And continuing every evening except
Opening play, the successful comedy
A Man oi Mystery
Songs, Dances aud Specialties.
Change of Play Wednesday,
The Girl I Left Behind Me
Special Scenery and Effects.
Seats on sale Thursday, 2 p. m.
Orpheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
65 Queen St.
On FRIDAY, April 4,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at tho residence ot
Mrs. M. C, Monsarrat, No. 1151 Union
Btrect, I vvllt sell at Public Auction,
Furniture and Effects, comprising In
Fine i-ernsand Palms,
Paintings by Tavernler,
Of Diamond Head, moonlight;
Paints on wood ot flowers and Ha
Paintings by J. D. Strong, Diamond
Head, Surfing, Mullet, etc., etc.;
Center and Sofa Rugs;
1 Mahogany Etagere, 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, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, C5
COTTAGE on Garden lane. Parlor,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and bath. Rent $35 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, Go Queen
TWO - STORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy ttact, Ueretanla' Btreet, bo
tween Piikol and Keeaumoku streets.
- JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QiaeH St