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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H T., MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1902.
Situations nnd Help Wanted
A LADY STRANGER In City wishes tl
position; Bnlcslady pioferrcd. Ad
dress office L. L. lls-lw
WANTED Situation by young man,
aged 25 years: handy with tools M.
M. P., this office. 2107-lw
ENGLISHMAN, nged 27, desires situa
tion ns clerk, bookkeeper or nny po
sition of trust; best of Island refer
ences. M. V. F., this office.
WANTED Dy a young lady, sttuntlon
as stenographer and typewriter; rcr
crences. Address I"., llultvtln office.
WANTED By young man, position
as clerk or salesman: references
given. Address C, 1). U., this office
2 109-1 w
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15a
Per line, two Insertions.... 25c
Per line, one week 30o
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is tho cheapest advertising
sver offered the people of Honolulu.
PIANO taught In six months; now
quick method, satisfaction guaran
toed; $5 month; special nttentlon
o ndults. Music, Ilulletln oitlcc.
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property nnd residences.
Offico and Residence, School St.;
P. O. Box 2SI, Tel. Whlto 3G91.
NOTICE TO OUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE HAND FOR
WANTED Information of Isaac L. O.
Bagt'T, dead or alive, ns I have new 3
ot special Importance and to his ad
vantage. Answer without fail. For
positive proof of death will pay re
ward. Capt. Bert A. Stout, 533 Kear
ney St, room 8, San Francisco, Cal.
21 07-2 w
WANT your whiskers amputated Oo
to Jeffs. He shaves for 15c; 5 whlto
barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf
WANTED 500 pianos to tunc. Ad
dress J. W. itnll. P. O. box 47f,
TO LET Suite of rooms, furnished Or
unfurnished. 5C So V!nenid bo-'
tween Fort nnd Nuimnu
TO LET Modern house on Llllha St.;
outhouse and stnblo for two horsev,
rent cheap. Apply W. II. Pain,
Tramways office. 2113-tt
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms; $13 nnd $25; no children, nl j
hi cottage, $25; best location and!
all connected with sewer. Enquire,
r. t.. rung, louagc urovc. .-lull
$18 Neat cottage, 5 rooniB and bath;
off Llllha, near School St. Apply
F. J. Russell, Magoon Illdg. 9s-tf
FOR RENT A nlco largo room, suit
able for two. Also small room.
Piivato family. Hoard It desired.
1C& School St. bet. Fort nnd Emma.
TO LET New house on llerctanla
and Artesian Sts.; dining and two
bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Apply
1130 Fort St. 2101-lnt
TO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretania St.
TO LET Cottage on Punchbowl St.;
all modern Improvements; floors
matted. Apply A. O. Cunha, 2d hou.'e
above Mormon Church. 2105-2W
TO LET Five room cottage off Wal
kikt road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 0G4t(
TO LET rtoomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements. Jail at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
KELLETT i ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Room 11 Magoon bldg.; '
'Phono Main 153. I
F. M. DROOKS Attorney; rooms 9-10, 1
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344. I
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
bnmanu St ; Tel. i81 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-at-law;
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Spree) els bldg.
C. A. COWAN 11R6 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; Uo8 Union St.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thomson, export Chiropodist, of
fices at 11 Garden lano, 2110-lm
THE KA8H CO., LTD. Two stores
2S-2T Hotel SL and cor. Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE &. SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whirs; Reretania near Fort St.
The Bulletin, 75 c-'Ms per month.
Ads. will be Inserted FREE.
WANTED Small boy to learn trade
Geo Huffner, Masonic Temple, All
kea St 2113-lw
WANTED rirst-class housekeeper.
Address O, this office. Ss-tf
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
sulto or single, telephone, etc
llerctanla Ae. ror. Kceaumoku.
NICELY furnished rooms, centrally lo
tnted, mosquito proof; gentleman
only, lcusonnbte. 1321 Fort St.
TO LET Cottages oft School St.. nr.
Nutianu,' $15 and $10. P. II. It.
Stratu.h, 32 Campbell block, 310
Port St.- 2108-lm
TO LET Furnished room nt 144 ller
ctanla St. near Port; table board if
desired. 2104 lm
TO LET Hcsldenco of J. Cnssldy,
Walkikt; furnished: good bathing.
Apply Wnterhouso & Podmore, Uoth-
el and King Sts. 2105-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConnol's. Garden lane. 2055-tf
FOR SALE Three Islands bred mules
well broken Enquire of (1111 & Far
Icy, Magoon niilg. 2114-2t
FOR SALE Two beautiful tollle dogs,
pedigree guaranteed, nnd registered
In tlic Amerlrnn and English Ken
nel Clubs also one great Dane, fe
mulu pup Addicss W. J., this office.
FOR SALE Jersey bull and $100 will
take him; Ids pedigree ran bo
touched for. Aildiess II. Dinklage,
at Ilulletln office. 2113-tt
FOR SALE Ico box in good condition.
Enquire Hotel i)clmonico. 2113-31
FOR SALE Tho furniture of tho Fort
Street House is offered at private
sale. House can bo rented subject
to approval of landlady. Apply to J.
It. Hall, cor. Fort and Vineyard Sts.
FOR SALE Eggs from puro bred
uiacis .mnorcas, rtonnup strains, j
per Belling. Jeff's, 43 King St.
FOR SALE A small road cart nnd
hnrness; cost $100; cheap. Addrc3?
II. 1).. this offico. 10s-lw
FOR SALE Now upright piano; no
reasonable offer refused. Address
X., this office. 2095-Sw
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, also
very old calabashes, some unpol
ed. Address C. K.. this office. 4stt
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress II. M. Duncan, at Ilulletln of
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Under new man
agement, Htrlctly first class; light,
airy, mosquito proof rooms. Mrs. J
THE LOS ANGELES 1613 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable 193ft tf
LOST A gold stickpin, in shape of
fox head. Reward If returned to
Ilulletln office. 2110-tf
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest lire Insurance companies.
FOUND Hunch of keys, on Alakea
St., Sunday nlghL Owner can have
Bame by proving property nnd pay
ing tor notlco at this office. 2109-31
FOUND A remedy for dandruff. You
can get rid of this troublesome dis
ease with Pacheco's Dandruff Killer.
At Union Barber Shop.
FOUND Watch In Palama. Owner
can havo same by calling at Bulletin
oltlee nnd proving property. 2105-lw
CIGAR8 AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, G16 Miller Street.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason,
able. Room 10 Mclntyre Block.
MADAME M. LAMBERT, the stylish
French Dressmaker from Paris, ha3
removed her dressmaking parlors
Horn tho corner ot Vineyard nnd
I'ui.chbowl streets to thu Boston
building, room 30C, where she will
bo pleased to sen her patrons and
their friends. 2113-lm
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICH0L8 Dentist;
1154 Alakea St.; ofllco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist: Fort nnd Hotel
StGas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; olllce, 1313 Wil
der Ave ; Tel. 3441 Blue.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverloy blk.; Tel.
C21 Bluo; pkgs. called for and del'd.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, L..te bldg.
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. 0. O. F. meets first and third Frl
day of each month. Excelsior Hall.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Wnlty; 712 Tort St., Orphoum blk.j
fcl. C81 nine.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kukul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
J. E. GOEAS tlcrctania near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Illue.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE8S CO-Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. MalB 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE88 8HOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; in O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
flrst-c.ass tablo board. Mrs. liana,
WANTED To buy your surplus
horses nnd rigs; livo stock for rnlo.
W. S. Wltheis. 2101-tf
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. jeweler and
watchmaker; C30 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest in novelties.
I UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished nnd unfurnlsh
ed looms; nlso rooms fur light
housekeeping. Union St., above Ho
at the PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
mug.; TCI. zct Mam.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leavo orders llorg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 nercta
E. K. KAAI Teacher ot string instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort St,
BYRNE 4 LIVINGSTONE Rep. Amo
rlcan Manfs. lloom 8 Progress blk.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye. Ear. Nose nnd
I Thoat; office nt Eyo and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear.
Noso and Throat only; offico Alakea
SU lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
onico hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-620 Berctanln Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds ot sanl
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN fainting and paper
hanging; Terrllory Stables. King St.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots and
residences for snlo; 307 Slangcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. 8ILVA Agent for real estate,
also to grant marriage licenses
58 Merchnnt St.; Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER is good if It Is kept
right. Try it. M tuo PANTHEC
STENOGRAPHY nnd typowritlngncat
ly and nccurately dona at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanii. Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; ElkB bldg.. 610 Miller St.
G. DIETZ Wntchmaker and Jeweler.
10CG Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Morchant St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA,
SUGAR ESTATE8, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stabliis. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 120.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lnhalna, Maul.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber. Whole
salu Liquors, Merchandise. C. I).
G. H. DUNN Express and drayago;
Agt Wilder and Intcr-Islnnd.Tel. 113.
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent nc
coimnodutlons. G, Freoland, Mgr.
QUI IDE 111
EXCLUSION OF AMERICAN
MEATS IS CGWSIDERED
Demand of Agrarian Party Met on
Ground That Food Prom States
Is Unhealthy Retaliation.
Washington, .March 28. Retaliation
iignlust Germany tor her exclusion nt
Auk l lean meatH was seiiously consid
ere I by thu President and his Cabinet
Setretary ot Agriculture Wilson bo-
lleu-B that drastic steps must bo taken
tu pi event the (Icrmnn Governni"itt
from continuing its policy of foibld-
di ig the entry of American meats, os
tensibly because) theyaro unhcntthfiil,
but really In older to meet tho de
mands of the Agiajian party. If the
United Stales falls to compel Germany
to usclnd this prohibition other coun
tries which rcceivo American meats
tiii leel that theio is reasonable
p o' nd for German) 'a action and adopt
the im policy.
."I .ib the American meat trade Is In
drngcr of Irreparable Injury, utid Sec
retary Wilson believes It Is high tlmo
for tho Ameilcnn Government to pro
tect it. In anticipation of the dlsctis-
ll.i I 1 111, 1. tl 111 ul.,t.ll.' Mitiimnlitn 1...
. .. . ,
mi.u uiu iu iiuH-iiiiuniiit, wir
WIImiii recently directed the chemist
ol tho Department ot Agilculttirc to
examine Gorman beers, wines nnd
foods Impelled Into this country. Tho
repoit of this official, which tho Scs
lelary read to the Cabinet todny, shows
that German producers use preserva
tives nnd aduttcrahts ns freely, nt
least, as Is done In the United Stntcs.
The Secretary Btated that there Is
ample ground for prohibition by this
Government of certain German prod
ucts, nnd lie was disposed to recoil
mend the adoption ot a policy ot re
taliation In case Germany did not re
scind tho prohibition of Importation of
Tho President proposes that the
State Department shall make strong
representations on the subject to Ger-
t.tnn. CJ n . . It I .
.....,. o-.u,, U . prepare io
"" " """" " oeurumry wnson irnns-
nuts to the State Department the facts
which ho has gathered, but In the pre
llmlnniy note he will probably do no
more than make an Indliect remon
strance. Tho State Department be
lieves that It might bo wise to suggest
the appointment of a commission, com
,....... ..... ....... ,.uu "".tuu,!, vui - iu -
Ists, to Investigate the whole subjects modus Vivendi became necessary until
nf ndiilteiants. u" facto as well ns de Jure th said
, Protestant Episcopal Churcli could as
sume Jurisdiction for uso ns cfor-mM,
Washington, March 2S. Prcpldent
Roosevelt will not Intel fere In the sen
tences Imposed by tho Cuban rouit
upon Nceley, Itathbouo and Reeves,
convicted of Cuban stamp frauds
.... ui V...UUI. a.,up ,iuuo.
Tho three Americana are cxpecUd to
appeal to the Supremo Comt of the
Island, and Its devlctons will finally
dispose of their cnt.es. It Is of course I fast of Cumann. Barcelona Is still be
posiJble that Senor Palma, when Inau- eleged by the l evolutionists and Cart
gtiratcd Pu-sldent, may exercise hUTano Is pnitlally In their power. The
pardoning power, but if he does so It mission of .Minister Velutlno to Barce
will not be done by the request of the lona has not been successful, and he la
United States. j returning tomorrow to the capital. G-n-
Ulllcials of the administration who
have felt thu Influence of the friends
of Neeley and llnthbone say that It wll
undoubtedly be applied to the Cuban
Government when It enters Into exlst
eneell The belief prevails among pub
lic men hero thnt a way will be found
fur bringing iibout tlju release of Nee
ley and Riithbonq after they have serv
ed out a pa it of theh scnlenees.
RAISE MAINE WRECK
Washington, March 27. General
Wood has brought to the attention ot
tho War Department through tho me
dium fit Q lnrtnnl lettf.r tli.. tirniirUi.
.... - . .......... .v,. ..... JUi,JVIj
of mnl.lnir some arrnnireinent fur mlu.
lug thu wreck of tho .Maine fiom tho
ouzo aim muu in which Bhc lies em-
ueuueu in Havana harbor.
It is stated by him that not only aro
icro sentimental reasons for this, ow-
there sentimental reasons for this, ow
ing 10 mo ract that according to com
mon belief the remnlntt nr r,ii-tv nr nr.
ty Amorlcan sailors lie within the
Bunnell milK. nut this heavy steel
Btructuiu Is nlso a menace nnd ob
struction to nnvlirntlmt In tlin hnclm.
of Havtinu, and It Is our duty to the
Cubans to rcmovo It. Tho expense at
tached to the undertaking Is verv
hcaVy. the hills rnnilnf nnvu-w,rn
from $40,ikm to J700.000. Several ten
tative arrangements wero made with
enterprising contractors who wished
to ut,o the matoilal of tho wrecked
Shin to make souvenlm. lint th,.- lint..
all fulled, nnd Secretary Boot, ppon
securing a moin detailed statement ot
lliu facts from General Wood, will sub
mit the question to Congress, probably
without recommending whether th
.Maine shall bo lalscd,
, , , L (Department has given Bear Admiral
ItCd'ilt KlutlHtlrH HllflW I thnt tliiiitSonl 1111.1..,, i.. i.. . .
pi", - v; i i ,, , .,
l; 11 II If 11 nf I TIlLrlnml HtnU iIid In I n w.
000.000 nrovllled bv the Knnrnnrhrm
Ists. Tho Church romnuinlr nntu nr,i
snld to number l,!i74,629. as against
1,945,932 In Nonconformist congrega
tions, NOTARY PUBLIC.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents, Offico Government bldg
FIRST SERVICE UNDER
THE NEW CONDITION
The vtry (list sen Ice In St, Andrew's
Cathedral under tho new order of
things was held at 11 o'clock Sunday
morning. The cathedral was taxed to
Its fullest extent. Chairs wero placed
In the aisles to accommodate th
crowds. The sermon by Hlght. Bev.
William Ford Nichols, lilshop In
charge of the district, had for Its key
note tho Idea of unity.
At the conclusion of the morning
prnjer BcrWcc, conducted by Canon
Milt and Sacrlt Fitz, lilshop Nichols
rose and read his letters to tho consie-
gntlon from the sanctuary rail, the
first being that which had been written i
on the date of the change In the juris-
diction, and the other oue Intended tor
the CnthedrAl congregation alone The
letters were as follows:
Missionary District ot Honolulu,
Honolulu, T. Il April 1st, 19)2.
To the Clergy nnd Congregations:
Grace bo unto )ou and peace from
God our rather nnd tho Lord Jesus
The Anglican Church in Hawaii hav
ing this day become the Missionary
District of Honolulu of tho Protestant
Episcopal Church In tho United State)
of stmerlca nnd tho Presiding Bishop
by uue commission over his seal and
b' nature having nsslgned mo Jurisdic
tion over the said district "until Kiich
time ns n Bishop shall havo b-en
elected and consecrated for said HI.
8lonnr District of Honolulu, or other
arrangements shall have been nude
by the Senior Bishop ot the ChuenU,"
this Is to glo duo notlco of sxM
chBiue and ot said appointment
Further 1 do hereby Issue a prelimi
nary call for a meeting to duly organ
Izc the convocation of this Missionary
District of Honolulu In accordinco
wltn the provisions of Article G sec
tion 3. of the Constitution and Title L
Canon 19, section C, of tho Digest ot
Canons deferring the place, date and
utuer details of such call until a latPt
. me, when full and particular notifies
tton will be made.
WILLIAM F. NICHOLS,
Bishop In Charge
Missionary District nf irnnMnin
Misslonarj pstrcj of Honolulu.
Honolulu T H tat Sunday aft,
?.. a ".! rl.Lm5. ay afr"
The signing ol the clvllauthoruy ot
the revised charter on tho 16th dy of
ered the corporation of "Tho ProUt
ant Episcopal Church In tho Italian
, i8mnds" to hold Its property fj.
purpose and use of establishing
"ine Protestant Episcopal cnur.-h in I Mr n p L L 'V u' ' Ca u e .J.r"
the United States of America, uJer , Jy" .'f. J"-. Henry Smith, .Mr.
nnd In accordance with tho Col.atitu.r,Ira,,n" w f8Ttv,. ,, .,.
Hon. Canons. Rules. Regulations and1 .,.V,L,.,AS.1 MCHOLS.
discipline of the Piotcstnnt EpUropal
kiidTulVjTct to he authority TZ
inurcn in nip united states of Amcr-,
, utnerai convention ot tho sani?
in nccoruanco with the terms of tflrn
ler, on tno 1st day of April, 190J
-- a ! T" M ? n na p., a
Willemktndt. Island of Curat a i,
Mlllrll ''" lllll-llir. !). ..net n.. I....
-" rv .. i'mov ..- u,ll
I the revolution In Venezuela liai broU-
en out almost everywhere. Th Gov -
urnment cannot control the count rv
cral Estralante, with 1200
replace him nt nnreplnnn.
men v 111
President Castro has sent Flrnt Vice
President Gomez with 1500 men
rgalnst the revolutionists under Gen
It Is believed that If tho revolutliij
lfts win one Important battle all Ven
ezuela will rise against tho G.n.in-
ment of President Castrn. Thn i.ittar
, .... , ------
is recruiting day nnd night, and ,ve.y
mnil mill mi- nmnirnl.1A l I...I..-
...,;; nT , r ..
Em inn Siiunre MuhIc.
The- band will play the following se
lections nt a concert to be held In Em
ma Square this evening, beginning t
2".r,,1"''t:Th North Star.. Meyerbeer
H a . " E"rla,,tlng Day...Revan
Overture The North Star..Movtrborr
Fantasia .My Old Kentucky Home
(n) My Add) 11.
lb) Gray and iilue.
MrB. N. Alapnl.
(c) Murle Louise, (d) Cora.
-Miss I. Kelllaa.
Cornet Solo Hawaii Ponol (by ro-
L "" Llwrleg Krcuter.
waltz Paradise of tfie Paclflc.Uerger
Polka N nuami Valley Berger
The Star Spangled Banner.
Anions Ntitlven nnd Chinese.
1 Washington. March 28. The Kin
"n " ,,w UW iinK aumirni in
- "irsss sr;
the spread of the cholera epidemic
which nrevnlls nt Mnnlln in n. ,im...,o
nnd men of tho naval ettabllshmcnt at
Cnvlte. As far as can be learned hcie,
the epidemic h confined to the natives
nnd Chinese in Manila and does not
ii e all among the whites.
Prismatic Lake, In tho Yellowstone
National Park, Is the largest body ot
hot water In the world.
Such modus vlvcndl existed from
..io 15lh day of January, the dato when
tho cnarter took effect as beforq men
tioned, nnd the 1st day of April, 1902,
the dato'when the jurisdiction ot the
said Protestant Episcopal Churcli be
came competent to exorcise tho use of
said property. Such modus Vivendi
tuning accordingly given place to tho
permanent and competent jurisdiction
of the said Protestant Episcopal
u.urch on the 1st day of April, 1902,
and having terminated on the said 1st
day ot April, lett tho use and adminis
tration of Int said property at tho
status It held on tho dato when the
said use was by tho charter's taking
effect ns aforesaid, vested In the Prot
cstant Episcopal Church, that Is to say
on the 15th day of January, 1802,
Beginning with that status, this Is
to announce that changes havo been
made In accordance with tho provi
sions of the Statutes of the Cathedral
Church of Honolulu, leaving the list
of ouictais of St. Andrew's Cathedral
as follows, viz:
Bishop, The lit. Ilov. W. F. Nichols,
Dean, the lit. Ilov. W. F. Nichols,
Canons, named alphabetically, Tho
Itev. Wllllam,Ault, Tho Rev. V. il. Kit-
cat, The Rev. Alexander Mackintosh,
Tho R"v. A. 11. Weymouth, D.D.
nacrlst. The Rev. F. Fitz.
The following until further notice
will be the order of Sunday services
at the Cathedral with assignments for
canons in charge, viz;
rt n ... Pnlnl.ntttnn rt ll.n Tfnf..
1 r "', fn .?' ',," ' "' " ' , '
a. m. Celobiatlon Each Sunday
... .. ........ ......
9 a ni. Matins In Hawaiian; Canon
11 a. in. Matins; Celebration first
and tnlrd Sunday In each month.
3.30 p. m. After noon service.
7.30 p. m. Evensong.
.t these services save at 9 a. m., by
n schedule to be hereafter announced,
which will Includo Sunday School nnd
other provisions for tho congregation
of i.ie Cathedral, Canons Kltcat and
mackintosh will nltcmnto with pach
.other as Canons In Charge under the
'" orlpr to 'ntosrato nnd enroll the
raemuersllp ot a attendants nt the
8e,"'CeS of St' An(lrc'8 Cathedral, all
"" are or have been regular worshln.
! "f'ded Swomn,'! f y
.."'"! l ' co e B" ' nro eariV
I commit? tJ tSS ,P.m i " l ',nancS
I .C,r"m"t' ,0 f "JI1,"' '!1
lu'.'ithe support of St. Andrew's Catlipilrn!
Und of the appropriation of all revo-
1 iiiaiinii in I'linpirnn n n .1 rin..
fter the reading of these letters,
..u..u, .., viiuihvn illiu ijiuii.
?'"!' '' oeth,g o, the
... - ": luimuiucg ior 11 ociocic tills
The celebration of the communion nt
the cathedral was In charge of the tin v.
Canon Mackintosh, assisted by the Rev.
Canon Kltcat. with the Itev. Frank Fitz
r, u u PA fa p
I President Confers .
'A .rhiuston. March 24. A confer
l-IICO Was llplil n II... t'l,l TT .,.,
I'lico was held at tho Whlto House this
nttprr.nnn i.f,. .. .i... ,.... .
, en Republican members 'of tll'n
ir,iio nr i. ...,.. .
ieen foremost In opposing the plan of
Cuban leclproclty urged by the Ways
and Means Conimltteo nnd understood
to have the approval of tho adminis
tration. The gentlemen were Repro
oentafves Tawney nnd .Morris of Min
nesota. Dick of Ohio. William A. Smith
of Michigan. Minor ot Mississippi, Met
calf 01 Calltornla and Payton of West
Virginia. The call was at the request
rf the President, who desired nn ex.
chaise of views to tW cud that bar
mmiMvs action might bo secured In
ich steps ns arc taken In behalf of
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..iiAt snoiiia do aono to meet
conditions, and also the question
. c ,UlBllOU
vuiat should bo dono to meet the
.monlln8 conflict., Interests
that there might bo unnnimltv nf no.
tton on the pait of tho Republicans In
Congress, was tho chief topic discuss-
ed. It was stated afterward by those
who participated In tho ronferenen
that It was of'the most admirable and
yltannt character, and Hint there was
not the iemote3t suggestion, on the
put pf the chief executlvo which could
be construed as seeking to urge them
lo yield their personal convictions. On
the contraiy, it Is staled tho President
Unmet! wtu the recital of the dlfflcul
ties which had been encountered' by
those who opposed tho roclpioctty
IiIji , and also heard from them tho va
rious plans by which they had hoped
to leach an agreement..
In the couisH of tills gcnoral talk tho
sjsgestlon was made thpt If the Pano
bill had been modified so as to tako off
tho dlffeientlal on refined sugar some
or thu grounds of tho opposition might
havo been removed. However, there
was no request, so far as can bo learn
ed, that the hill be amended In this
I articular at the present stage. Tho
I Ian of it-bate, which was iirced nt
nun time, also camo In for discussion
It is undeistood that tho President
wIM seo somu of tho members nt thn
Ways and Means Commlttoo tomorrow,
thus famlliaiizliis himself with both
i'Ids of the issue which has recently
m'bcn In tho House. Ho hopes that
this geneial inteichango with the lead
ers from both shies may bring about
uiniilmity of action on whatevei Is
dono In behalf of Cuba.
DEEP CONCERN OVER
CONDITIONS IN ORIENT
Russia and Fiance Against Great
Britain and Japan War Clouds
Are Gathering and May
I?ew York, March 23. A special to
the 'Sun from Washington sajs: In
spite of surface Indications that peace
In China and the preservation of tho
territorial Integrity of that great em
pire seem assured through the alllanco
ot Great Britain and Japan, and an
other Joint declaration of Russia nnd
Franco looking to tho attainment of
these ends, the diplomatic situation is
regarded hero with the greatest con
cern. Occupying, ns it does, n position
of strht Independence, assurance of
which cannot bo doubted on account of
Its traditional policy of avoiding for
eign alliances, the United States Gov
ernment is better able than any other
power to observe the trend of events
in tnc tar r:ast, anu to ucicrminc wiin
out prejudice what may bo the out
come of the present conditions. It has
been energetic In obtaining informa
tion, and it Is not going too far to say
that the most recent advices foresha
dow a crisis which Will be fraught with
danger to the whole world.
That Russia and Franco on one hand
nnd England nnd Japan on the other,
nro preparing themselvca to meet
whatever may como is learned on au
thority so high and so thoroughly
trustworthy that it cannot bo suscepti
ble to doubt. Instead of clearing tho
situation, the announcement of the
English-Japanese nlllance and tho
joint declaration of Russia and Franco
have only served to Increase the ten
sion and make more uncertalu tho fu
ture of China, and, tor that matter, tho
futuro of the great nations concerned.
Additional information nnd oppor
tunity to btudy the terms in which the
Russian-French note Is couched have
brought to the Government tho icall
zatlon that a crisis Is approaching, and
that something else must be done to
clear away tho dangerous clouds that
have again begun to gather on the In
Tacoirla, March 28. When twenty
Japanese laborers arrived at Atllu List
week they found such Intense feeling
against their coming among w bite min
ers that they staitcd for the coast
again on Satutday, two days after their
arrival. The Japancso had been taken
to Atlln by Manager Fcathcrstone
haugh of the Atlln Mining Compary.
w hlch Is operating the claims owned by
It was public opinion lather than
any oveit net of vloleni-o which com
pelled the Japanese to turn about face.
During tho previous two weeks the
white miners had held numerous In
dignation meetings nlon the cieeks.
The outcomo of their unanimity ot
feeling was n meeting held last Fildny, '
when more than 150 rm.iers marched
Into Atlln with the Intention ot Inter
cepting the Japancso beforo they left
for the claims on McKco creek. Thu
Japanese having alieady started for
MeKce, tho miners marched to that
creek nnd held a consultation with the
leaders of the Orientals. Little dltn
culty was experienced In convlm Ing
the Japanese that they weio not want
ed and that trouble would follow If
they remained. Very few of tho white
mlneis wero armed. Tho Japancie
quickly decided to return to Ska.iuay
or to Pugct Sound ports nnd bft the
next day. Tho Atlln miners nro re
joicing nt the outcome.
Washington. March 24. In thn Hon.
nto today Dubois of Idaho presented a
petition fiom tho American Chnmhnr
ot Commerce, at Manila, saying It was
a "significant fnct" that this was tho
second petition from that organization
urging mat tho restriction ot Chlneso
coollo labor bo removed. Dubois add
ed that testimony before tho Philip
pine Commission Indicated that tho
Philippine Islands could not bo devel
oped without Chinese labor. .
Hoar of .Massachusetts Inquired if
tho petitioners wero American citi
Dubois replied that ho understood
thnt they were.
Hoar pointed otit that under Its
rules tho Senate could not rerelvn no.
tltlons fiom people of a foreign power.
Tho acceptance of tho memorlnl nnm.
cd to him nn admission on the part of
tho Senato thai tills country was not
at war In tho Philippines. Tho memo
rial wns icferred to tho Phlllpplno
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