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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. t., FIIIDAY, APHIL 4. 1902.
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1902 CHAIN LESS
Tho "COLUMBIA" of today lias
readied a stato of perfection unequal
ed in any oilier bicycle, and Its popu
larity Is ever Increasing.
I.lRht running uphill or on the level,
cushion frame, choice of tires, saddle,
' pedals, etc. l'rlcc
I.nrRO stock now on hand nnd wo
sell them for cash or on Installments.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EIILER8' ULOCK, 1-ORT STREET.
SENSATION SPRUNG IN
THE DANISH PURCHASE
Investigating Committee Is Appointed
By Speaker of the House -Shady
Deals Reported On All
The Republicans held two meetings
lost night. The piinrlpal one was In
Thomas Square ond there was anoth
er In the chapel at Kamullllll. On ac
count of the weather, the nttcndauco
was not very large. In the neighbor
hood of fifty people listened to tho
rousing speeches of Messrs. A. 0. M.
Itobertson. Lorrln Andrews nnd J. O.
Pratt In Thomas Square nnd a great
leal of enthuslnsin was shown. Had
the weather been good, there certain
ly would have been an Immense crowd
C, A. Graham, Chairman.
C. A. (Iraham presided at the Thom
as Square meeting nnd ho did his
work well. The meeting was schedul
ed for 7:30 o'clock, but It was not un
til S o'clock that the heavy downpour
of rain ceased and the speech-making
Pratt on Republicanism.
J. 0. Pratt, member of the Tiro
Claims Commission, was the first
speaker, lie stated that he had been
a life-long llepubllcan and that lie had
been such from principle, lie had ob
served in his business nnd political r.i
reer that the community which pros
pered aud went ahead was built up
largely thioueh tho medium of the Re
publican party. This was largely duo
to the principle of protection.
Tho speaker referred to the Repub
lican candidate. W. W. Harris, appeal
ed to him ns n candidate well worth
the suffrages of the people. Ho ap
pealed to blm also as a man who has
had opportunities nnd has profited by
ray that the one extra otc was of tho
greatest Importance. He had found
t hat many of the members of thu Homo
Uule party who had become disgusted
at the work of their own men had
turned nround and broken from the na
tive innks, voting with the Republican.-.
Should theie be n special bos-
slcn. some of tho Home Rulers would
not be allied with their own party bur
would Join hands to a eertnln extent
villi the Republicans.
The two candidates, said Mr. Rob-
eiluoii, were typical of tho two parties.
The one. tho Republican candidate.
wts a young man of progress, nlways
ready to do his level best for his party
nnd for the upbuilding of the Interests
of the community; tho other, an old
roan who can lenrn nothing, and even
cannot forget anything a man who
cannot be of value to himself or his
constituents should he bo elected. The
one was a candidate of the party tf
Industry, of territorial expansion nnd
progress In all things pertaining to
commerce; the other represents a
dead issue, nnd a party that does n it
know what It Is going to build Its next
platform out of.
Out Kamollllll Way.
Chairman Kauai had charge of the
Republican meeting In Kamollllll
which prated to bo n very successful
one, notwithstanding the stato of tho
weuthcr. The speakers wore Dan Ko
kona, John Kalama, J. M. Kancakua
nnd Candidate Harris. The remarks of
Mr. Harris wero heartily applauded,
especially when ho spoke of the duty
lot the voters to tnelr country nnd how
Washington, Mnrch '27. A genuine
sensation was caused In tho Houso to
day by the presentation by Richard
ion or Tennessee, tho Democratic tend
er, of charges aliening tho corrupt uao
of a fuud of $5W,000 In connection
with tho sole of tho Danish West In
(ll 's. The charges wero contained In
nn ulleged secret report of Captain
Walter Christmas to the Danish flov
ornment, which declared that ho had
employed corrupt means to bring th
negotiations for the sale oi too isinnns
to a consummation.
Tho report, extracts from which
Rlchanl8on read, mentioned the uames
of Abncr McKlnley nnd his partner.
Colonel Drown; C. W. Knox, who win
described as "nn Intlmnto friend of
Senator Hnnna"; Richard P. Ilvans.
who was said to represent "Mr. (lard
ner and his friends In the House," and
two press associations, tho names of
which were not given, as having been
Interested In tho mntter.
The charges against members of
Congress were not specific. Upon the
basis of this luport Rlchnidson asked
the adoption of n resolution fur the ap
pointment of nn Investigating commit
tee of seven. The Speaker lined that
the matter was prlllegcd, after Rich
aidson had amended Ills resolution so
n to include members of the Houso.
Uteat excitement ntteuded the whole
Cannon of Illinois Insisted that Rich
ardson's mcsentntlon was fragmen
tary, nnd that tho wliolnunattor should
go over until tonionow In order that
members might rend tho documents
presented, which Included nowspnuer
extracts, affidavits, etc.. In the record.
Christmas, ho declared, on his own
statement was a briber or worse. Il'it
tho House toted down the motion to
postpone, nnd the resolution, nrter be
ing amended In minor paitlculars, wis
adopted, Tho Speaker Immediately
appointed tho following commltteu tc
make the Investigation:
Dalr.ell (R.) or Pennsylvania, HIM
(R.) or Illinois, Cousins (It.) of Iowa,
McCnll (R.) or Massachusetts, Rich
ardson (D.) or Tennessee, Dlnsnvire
(D.) of Arknnsns ami Cowherd (D.) of
Representative Dalzcll, chairman of
the committee appointed by Speaker
Henderson to Imcstlgato tho ennrges
In regard to the Danish West Indian
tieaty, says ho will go over the allega
tions tomorrow, when they appear In
the Congressional Record, mid ar
rangements will then bo made Tor i-n
curly meeting or tho committee, prob
ably on Saturday. Until then, Dulzell
said, theio would bo no plans ob to ilia
conduct or the Investigation.
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New moon Aprllth 8th at 3:20 a. in
Tides from thev United States Coast
nnd tlendetlc Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulut and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at no
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Croon wclh tlmo, being
mat of tho meridian of 167.30. The
time whistle -ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
la I he Knmn an Greenwich. On 0m.
MnBtcrs of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thcra
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
nm inrnted in the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit frco of cnarge, corapieio Bum
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Ilureau. Punahnii. April 4.
Temperature Morning minimum,
fit; Midday maximum, 77 .
tintometer at 9 a. m. 29.9G. Rising.
Dew Point COP.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 78 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
4. Weather tlcur; wind light U.
We are now Offering for
Sale a Lot of
WASHABLE SEPARATE 8KIRTS
any skirt In the house values up
to $3.00 GOc.
I broken lot of LADIES VESTS
...,', Cc. each
YOUR PICK OP ANY BELT In tho
"0 bolts WIDE FANCY RIBBONS
choice 23c. yard
SILK FINISHED CROCHET COT-
TON Be. ball
(0 pieces DIMITIES at oc. yard
About WOCORSETS quality high
makes famous sizes broken price
, 25c. each
TABLE DAMASK 2Sc. yard
STRAIGHT-FRONT Hoso Supporters
In different colors........ 25c. pair
MEN'S SUSPENDERS .... t Ec. pair
GENUINE MEXICAN HATS ours by
chance Values tip to $3.00" all....
i 10c. each'
CUd lots of LADIES' and CHILD
REN'S STOCKINGS Ec. pair
CRASH TOWELING Dc. yard
SHELL HAIR PINS. ...3 doz. for Cc.
DRESSING COMBS, a basketful at..
r.llRTAISJ SffllM 10p. vnrrl
1 A mixed lot of PURSES Cc. each.
Another lot of BELTS Cc. each
LADIES' LINEN COLLARS Nearly
all sizes Cc. each
65 Queen St.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD,
1$ 10 Midi
London, March 29. The Peking cor
respondent of the Times cables that
Puul l.cssar, the Russian Minister to
China, and l'llnce Chlng, president of
tho Chinese Foreign Office, have
agreed upon the main conditions of
the Manchurlan convention, and that
the early signing of the agreement Is
The evacuation of threo provinces Is
to be carried out In three successive
periods of six months from the signing
of the convention. Various vague con
ditions, such as "If the state of the
country permits," are to be excluded In
the agreement. It Is stipulated that
the convention must be tutlfied within
three months of the day It Is signed.
The correspondent says that China Is
inclined to agree to Germany's demand
for the extension of her railway from
Tslanfu, In Shantung province, across
the Gran canal at Techau to Chlng-
ting, on the Peking-Hankow line.
The next subject taken up was mil- lit might be discharged by voting tho I
nluipal government. It was desirable 'Republican ticket, which stands fori
for Honolulu to have local self-govern- good government,
incut for the ends and alms of the peo-1
pie could be better served tnereby. !
Centralization of power nnd thought
was not In line with the principles cf
Americanism. Mr. Harris was better
qualified for election and to hold leg
Islntlvo otThe than the Home Rule can
didate. Fire Claims.
The KIre Claims Commission was
the next matter taken up for consid
eration. Tho speaker was In hopes
that thnt body would soon complete
Its work. There had been about OOui)
nnd 6500 claims considered, but all
the Judgments wore not yet entered.
The claims, In tils judgment, would
amount In all to about J3,iUO,000. it
was his hope that the awards could be
made at an early dato because thu
stringency of tne money market de
manded that the amount of the clrcu
latlng medium be Increased.
Andrews in Rousing Speech.
1-orrln Andrews made an excellent
speech. He called on all Republicans
to turn out Wednesday and vote for
their candidate and If possible elect
him. The party and all voters were
In a peculiar position with a spring
'election on their hands. However, one
thing was certain. The Republicans
had a candidate, whllo tho Home Rul
crs and Democrats wero In tho uncn-'
viable position of being In doubt as lo
whothor they had one or not. Tho i
coming election would bo a forerunner I
of the fall campaign. It would not
necessarily decide how tho Fourth DIs
trlct would go In uio fnll, but It wou
lndicnto how men felt In politics. It
wotfbl draw the lines closer for tho fall
Home Rulers' Inability.
Mr. Andrews next gnve some of the,
reasons why men 'Should vote for tho
Republican party. The party always
remained true to Its platform and
whatever was done by the Republi
cans in the Legislature was done In
accordance with the Republican prin
ciples. The Home Rulors had promts-
: ( (II I
WE (l! II STRIKE
Shamokin, Pa., March 24. Unless
the efforts of tho Civic Federation aw
'ffectlve with tho coal operators It U
more than likely that a repetition of
the struggle of 1900 will occur In th
nnthrnclte legion. In that year 1 10.
nuu employes of the anthracite mines
were on strlko six weeks.
The convention today of districts
Nob. 1. 7 nnd 9. United Mlno Workers
of America, which dlstilcts comprise
the entire anthracite field, made n
provisional strlko declaration, leuWnx
tho ndto to bo deilded by the execu
tlvc boards or tho threo dlstilcts. Tlili
was practically tho last official act cif
the delegates, and tho convention ad
journcd slue dlo at 4 o'clock this nfter
Should a strlko occur ns a result oi
today's declaration over 144,000 mine
workers would be rendered Idle. Of
this number nearly 120,000 nre on the
membership rolls of thu union, thu du
ties of the remainder being of a char
deter which render them Ineligible tc
l'(il) NN IliS
Washington, March 22. A decision
by Attorney Geneinl Knox, announced
todny, holds that the public lands In
Porto Rico formerly belonged to Spain
and by virtue of the treaty of Purls
now belong to tho United States. Tho
opinion was rendered on tho request ot
cd to carry out tho different articles In tho Secretary of tho Interior for a rul
their platform but none of their bills Ing as to whether tho so-called publlo
In the last Legislature were carried to lands of Porto Rico wero ceded an
n really successful Issue. Tho speak- crown lands to tho United States by
er asked If people Intended to re-elect tho Paris' treaty or remain tho proper
to power a party that had vlrtuallycon-' ty of Porto Rico as State lands,
f eased Its Inability to carry out its I .no Issuo originally was raised by
pledges. Tho voters should align tho Commissioner of the Interior for
Thuisdny. April 3. I
Am. bg. Consuclo, Jacobsen, 18 days
from Uurcka with lumber. In port at
li p. m.
Friday, April 4.
O. S. S'Alamcda, Herrlman, 0 days,
21 hours and 30 minutes from San
Flanclsco with 30 cnbln nnd 20 steer
age passengers, 2S0 bags of mail nnd
1730 tons general merchandise.
Thursday, April 3.
A.-1I. S. S. Oregoulan, Cuity, for Ka
hulul to finish loading sugar for New
York nt 9 p. m. .
Sir, Mlkahala, Gregory, for Elcele,
llunapcpe, Makawcll and Wulmea, at
5 P. ru.
Friday. April 4.
Sir, Mauna Loa, Slmersou, for La
lialnu, Maalaea, Kona and Kau ports,
P. M. S. S. City of Peking, from San
Francisco; late tonight or fiist thins
DUE TOMORROW. I
Str. Klimu, Freeman, from Hlla and
way ports jexpectcd about 1 p. m.
Sir. Walaleale, Plltz, for Hanamau-
lu nnd Ahuklnl, ut 4 p. m.
Str. James Makee, Tullctt, for Ka
paa, at 4 p. nt.
Str. Kauai, llruhn, for Punaliiu, at
From San Francisco, per O. S. S.
Alameda, Apill 4 C. W. Ashford, C.
M. Hlalr, T. Hoartlman, C. A. Uruns,
,V W. S. Cochrane, J. A. Colborn, Mrs.
Vs. Vummlngs and child, F. II. Fanning,
Mrs. A. Fisher, Dr. M. E. Grossman,
A. R. Gurrey, C. Kaiser, Mrs. S, Ku
bey, E. Manuel Langcr, Ilaby Lillian,
C. I. Loeb, Miss A. Lucas, F. A. Monroe,
W. P. Nohjc, Miss I. Noble, Miss M.
Noble, Mrs, Powers, Miss Powers, Mrs.
O. W. Riimblo, R. Scott, II, II. 8coel.
II. T. Shaw, E. S, Slemons, Mrs. T. C.
Smith. Miss Washington, A. J, Watson,
.Mrs. Watson, C. M. L. Watson, F. Wy
mnn, J, J, Sullivan.
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy, back-number,
aged sort of smell that takes away
our nppctlto for that thick. Juicy
steak you would have otherwise en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will create an appetite not
take It away, Detter than any spring
tonic made. It is pure, sweet and
tresh as a daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIM 45
For Wont Column See Page Six 8TABTING
help wanted SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 5
WANTED Small boy to learn trad And continuing every evening except
Geo. Haffncr, MbboiiIc Temple, All- Sunday
kea St. 2113-lw
to let. MATINEE SATURDAYS
TO LET Modern house on Llllha St .
outhouse and stable for two horsei
rent cheap. Apply TV. II. Pain.
Tiamways office. 2113-lf
FOR RENT Furnished housckeepia;
rooms; $1 and $25; no children; M
so cottage. !o; best location ao:
all connected with sewer. Enqulr"
F. E. King. Cottage Grove. 2113-tr Opening play
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jns. 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, 05 Queen
themselves with the parties In tho
Robertson's Sound Argument
Representative A. G. M. Robert3un
was tho last speaker, and as usual ho
held tho attention of his audlcnco
from the first to tho last word. Ho
started out by saying that he was glad
tho Republican party bad not laid back
as a wing of thu party bad desired
WILL QUIT CUBA
Washington, March 25. A formal
order issued today directs Governor
Wood to evacuate Cuba on May 20th
and surrender control of tho island lo
and not taken an active Interest In tho thu Cuban Government. Thia ordar
coming election, It would have been was iBsucd after a conference betwen
a most serious mistake. , President-elect I'alma nnd Secrctniy
Of course, there did not seem to be. Root. May 20th should bo a momorablo
nuvh of a prospect of a special session day In Cuban history, for It will not
nnd yet tho health condition of the city only mark the acquisition of full Inde
was such not long ago that It looked pendonco, but will bo tho Cuban Inau
vorv much as If a siiccla! session giiratlon day, It huvlng been determine
wouTd have to be called. Tho same cd that Picsldent Palma shall bo Inau
situation might come about again. In
fact, no one could toll what tnlgnt
transpire within the noxl nlno mouths.
One Vote Is All-Important.
It bad been Btated by many that
thore was nothing to bo gained by an
other vote in tho Legislature, as tho
Home Rulers wero already In tho great
majority. He as a Representative who
sat through tho Legislature wished to
Unrated on tho sumo day that Amcrl
can control of tho island leases.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
rornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Washington, March 22. War De
partment officials, nlarmcd Dy tho
rapid Increase In dtsense among troops
In tho Philippines and other tioplcnl
stations, has Issued an order to com
banding olfliers enjoining upon th-iui
the strictest scrutiny over the habits
and morals of tho troops and request
ing them to endeavor by personal i'x
(iijiplo to Influence the men to preset vo
their health both by nbstalnlng from
dilnk and the liability of contiuctliiK
The Oceanic steamship Alamedu,
Captain Herrlman, arrived In port from
San Francisco at noon today. Sho
sailed from the Coast last Saturday af
ternoon und made the run In C days, 21
hours and 30 minutes. At 9:45 o'clock
this morning she was reported olt Wal
nianalo and half an hour later sho
was lighted off Koko Head.
Tho Alameda brought 3U cabin and
2G steerage passengers, 1730 tons ot
general merchandise nnd 280 sucks ot
mnll one of the largest lots of mall
which has been received hero In u long
A pleasant passage was enjoyed all
tho way from the Golden Gate, fall
winds prevailing. The greatest dis
tance covered In one day was 3CG knots
Sixteen members of fhe Ellefora
company were passengers In the Ala
meda. Purser Thomas C. Smith was accom
panied from San Francisco by his wife.
The Alameda returns to tho Coast oq
Ml IPS (Hi
IN WITH F
FOR SALE Jumpy hull and S100 will
tnl.e iilm: his pedigree can b j
vouched for Address II, Dlnklage,
nt Uiilletln office. 2113-tf
FOR SALE Ice box In good condition.
Enquire Hotel Oclmonlco. 2113-.lt
LOST On April 2d, a black silk um
brella with walrus tooth handl
caned to represent dog's face, and
a bllver band with Initials "W. M
G." engraved thereon. Reward for
return to Mrs. Hayselden, Hawaiian
the successful comedy
A Man of Mystery
.songs. Dances and 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
TWO STORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy tract, Berctanta street, be
tween Pllkol and Keeaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LOST. One silver chatelaine bac and
contents. Finder will be handsome-1
ly rewarded by returning to Moana i
The American schooner F. E, San
der, Captain Svcnseu, Is expected to
arrive heie ut any time now from ni
trate ports. She Is 48 days out und Is
consigned to the Hawaiian Feitlllzer
The schooner Kona, Captain Dins
more, also on her way here froiTi ni
trate ports with a cargo for the same
i ompauy, Is now out 23 days.
Tho Urltlsb bark I van hoe, Captain
Grant, the American schooner Schome,
Captain Peterson, and the bnrkontlne
Addenda, Captain , will also
bring nitrates from South American
poits for the Hawaiian Feitlllier Com
pany, The German ship Gertrude, Captain
Hunke, which left Hamburg a month
ago with fertilizer for Honolulu, was
towed back to Humburg u few days
after her departure, having been In
collision with a scow In the English
channel. Scleral of her stern plates
were damaged and her rudder suffered
much by the accident. The Gertrude
will be delayed about a month while
undergoing the necessary repalis.
The American bchooner James
Rolph, Captain Edwardsou, will short
ly go up to Alaska to get n loud of fish
guano for the Hawaiian Fertilizer Co.
The Rolph will sail for Klllesno for
the noi tli about May 1.
MADAME M. LAMBERT, tho swell,
French Dressmaker fiom Parts, ha3
removed her dressmaking parlors I
nam the corner of Vincynrd audi
1 ui.chbow'1 streets to tho Iloston ,
building, room 30C, where sho will
Ik pleased to fcci htr patrons and
their friends. 2113-lm
i SI HE lo
Perry Belmont's annual club dues
amount to nearly $2000, and to matric
ulate In the various clubs to which
ho belongs robt him over twlco as
much. He manages to vlslt'cach of
the twenty-four at least once a year,
but Is seen twice a wick or so at a
Debtors In Slam, when three months
In arrears, can be seized by the credi
tor and compelled to work out their
Indebtedness. Should a debtor run
away, his father, his wife or his chil
dren may be held In slavery until tho
debt Is cancelled.
Tomah, Wis., March 28. Senator
Hanna. has written a letter to p. W.
Croty of this city stating that he Is In
no sense a candidate for the Presidency
In 1904, and requesting his friends to
discourage any movement to that end
Croty wrote to the Senator some day
ago, and yesterday received the fol
lowing autogfaph letter, dated Wash
lniton, March 22:
"I have Just re-eiveil your letter ot
the 19th Inst., and 'Wish to nssure you
of my thoiough appreciation of Jhe
high compliment paid mo in your sug
gestion In reteieme to the nomination
for 1&04 I am grateful for such friend
ship and confidence, but will say In
reply that I am not In any tense a can
didate nnd trust my friends will dis
courage any movement looking toward
The Bulletin, 75 cent per month.
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
The pure Juice of tho California
Grape Fruit carbonated by us.
Delicious refreshing and health
ful. Delivered at
the dozen In the city limits.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
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bM habits It li not nectmry to b lo lureJ b
fnrrt, injrowlnz nails, bunions chhbla'ns. etc.
11. may t curt4that is your fett may b broken
of tlnlr bii habits. You t surprlscJ, not only
how much more tislly ani com tort bit you will walk,
but whh how much mora vigor and font you will bt
abi to think ani act In all your business or social
Cal ani m about tbls, or ic ii mi wori an4 t
wilt call on you.
Dr. W. R. Bole,
Union 6treet above Hotel,
Cont'iUatbn at office tre.
Illshop Fowler. In his address to the
Mississippi Conferenco of tho Metho
dist Episcopal Colored Church, for
bade the- negro mlnlsteis to use big
woids In their sermons hereafter. ra
lng that they didn't know what they
meant and their congregations didn't
know what they wero talking nbout.
Dr. Robert J. Irvine, physician In
charge ot the Sing Sing prison hospi
tal, advocates an Indeterminate sen
tence for criminals, so that those who
show no evidence of reform should
not be released. He says tho present
sistem sends prisoners out worse moi
ally than when they go in.
65 Queen St