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Entire new stock of the rellablo
CLEVELAND CHAIN WHEELS Just
I)U)8 olio, with choice of Tiro. Saddle,
No better value ever offered la Die
clog thnu tills
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EIILER8' BLOCK, PORT STREET.
GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
in i mar SIE"S
I Pnntlniiril frnTrt tirlPO 1.1
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY
TROUBLES hi COURT
Judge Gear Will Hear the Controversy
Between the Warring Factions
on Thursday The Kahi-
Return of service has bwn mnde OT
the writ of quo warranto In might In
the name of the Terrltor) of Hawaii
by Wong Kwnl, picsldcnt. and other
otflcer of the I'nlled Chlneso Socitty
ajalnBt C K Al and otlur The com
plaint charges the defendants with
usurping the functions of the several
ofilccs of the socle I) and pin) that
they may be clad bcloie the court to
show their uuthoiltj for preiuinlng If
perform the duties of t-aid olllccs nnd
that they ma) he lemoved Horn sold
offices Judge Hear has cited the de
fendants to appear bcfoic him at cbnm
hers on Thursda next at 10 a m nnd
show by what nuthoilt) the) now nit
as oOlcers of the United Chinese o
clcty. J W. J. Low rip li V 0 Smith, hhl
attorne) In fact, has In ought suit for
trespass ngalnst Kalati Kalknlnahuole,
claiming ?.r00 damages 'i he complaint
alleges that the defeiidaut broke down
a fence nnd cnteied a dose of plalntllf
at Honoiilliili, Ouhu.
Servile has been mndu of the writ of
error suewl out by Scnalcn I II Kahl
llnu against Husan Knhlllun, whcieh)
the phlntlfl deslies to nulllf) the de
cree of dlvoiiu gi.mted by Judge Hum
phrey to his wife
lowers & Cooke, Ltd, has brought
Milt ogalnst Isaac Harbottlo I'm
S.V0 9f balance of neiount
A consultation will be held b) the
Klro Claims Commission with Actltifi
Governor Cooper tomorrow Its object
will bo to ascertain If the Government
will regard the judgments of the Com
mission as final. Should the Govern
Incut, see Its way clear to assuming
this position, It would probably issue
touchers upon the judgments. Claims
As allowed by the Commission would
then have an undoubtedly negotiable
value, nt onio, pending (ho finding of
Jmllic funds for tl.clr final payment.
Tim totnl number of claims filed
, wun the Commission Is G.7I8, nnd tint
aggrogato amount Is .,1 7G.132.liii How
much tills nmoiiut may bo reduced by
adjudications Is it matter of pure sur
SIX MONTHS POR FRANCISCO.
l 1'ranclsco, the Capo Vurgo Por
tuguese who betrayed Puuahl Wnla
nao, the young native who tried to rob
taiudoii clothing stoiu In the early
morning of April 3, was toarrcsted
jestorday and thnrged with vagrancy
Ix'foro Judgo Wilcox today.
Ho told nil manner of fail)' tales and
under tho searching examination of
Judgo Wilcox uml Deputy Sheriff Chll
lingworth, ho becamo confused and
finally tried to excuse his many Incon
sistencies on tho pita that ho wns
drunk on the morning or his rapture
Francisco got six months' Imprison
ment at hard labor
Ux-soldlers will In futuie be employ
rd as clerks in nil departments of the
British War Offlie. Preference will be
given to such as possess first-class
certificates of education, or linvo been
invalided from nctlvo sen len by
wounds or sickness.
. l)r Conart Do)lo has scored n com
1 pleto failure In hH attempt (o get u
Ocrniun publisher to takn up nnd clrcu
late in that (ountiy his pamphlet on
tho caun nnd conduct of tho war In
(Continued from nopo 1.)
SO.uOO tonH dead weight, which Is tho
largest tonnngo cif nny one compiny
under the American Hag.
"It will of course, take us quite n
little while befoie such a large sen lie
will be able to have everything run
ning smoothl). but we expect to eml
by having nil tho vessels of the line
running on n uniform schedule.
"That tho vessels can be run on uni
form schedulo time can bo seen from
tho fait that, of the last two of our
steamers which made the vonge from
New York to San Francisco, the ono
made the run In til dajs and the other
In CI davg, 10 hours.
"During in) stay here I have been
making the necessary arrangements
with regard to the local service. These
aro now practically completed and
have been done so In a very sattsfac
tor) manner. This Is my third trip to
Honolulu and I expect to come here
again about once a cnr ,
"I am very fond of this plnco and
havo made many friends to thnt these
trips, even If they aro on nccount ot
business, will bo a gieat pleasure, to me
nnd 1 ulwnvs look forward with pleas
uio to visit to this beautiful country'
I-KOYl THE AUTHOR.
Editor Evening llulletln I notice
ou the cdltorlnl page ot this morning's
Advertiser n toimiiunlratiou under the
itiptlon. "Will Hnrrts Do Knifed,
wltleii shows onto more the folly of
rushing Into print with a grlevaneo
that comes of personal bias mixed
with the beaitlful tenets of the ele
ment to which "Vlndex evident!) be
If this anonymous scribbler will tut
tho time nnd turn to the Advertiser oi
the 18th of Miucli ho will find publish
fit tbeieln tho proceedings of the
lloiiio Hull; Executive Electing held
tho previous evening, part of which
proceedings being the adoption of tin
platform which the Advertiser of dato
above mentioned prints in fnll.
It Is the only platform the Homo
Kulo Tart) has for the I'ourth Disltict
election and was written l'obiuary
22lul the spirit moving thereto after
reading thu farewell address of the
man whoso birth the dnv cummemo-
If 'Vlndex" will call on me 1 will
show him the oriental rotiKli draft of
tho document With the lovely row
that Is now on In tho Republican Camp
I have nothing to do and would not
write this communication but to vin
dicate the ability of ihe Home Rule
I'nrty to do Its own thinking and writ
Honolulu. March 8, 1P02
DOG NOT ILL-USliD.
Officer MiC'icad) ot the boat 1 Hiding
lukcs exception lo the stutuncnt of
Young Hi others that the do,; taken ii
charge b) the m wus HI tieatid at tho
boat lauding. MiCn.i.l) i.ajn In saw
tho dog about t lie landlui; and when
asked lij Dr. Rowatt as to the w here
abouts of the animal, eald he woulu
U y to Uud It. "Nothing Is III used at
tho boat landing," said McCrcady "I
would like to know what right tho
Young Brothers had to take the do.:
The ArtlclcH mrntlnned
below vv II ba tr--iitcil In nn
Intcrcstliicl and tlioroufth
uimuicr and hIiouIc! be rcud
by every one.
National Work of the Y.M.G.A.
Methodist Episcopal Methods,
Thought In Presbyterianism,
Weather Ilurenu, Funnhou, April 8
Temperature Morning minimum,
C.t; Midday maximum, 78.
llarometer at 9 n. m 30.il Rising
Rainfall 0 00.
Dow Point 61F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. Gl per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
S. Weather loudyj wind fresh NB.
Jus. F. Morgan advertises another
large sale of furniture. Hco his column
Monday, April 7.
I. M. 8. S. China, Frlclc, from
Oriental ports, clocked at 1:30 p. m.
Am, schr. Aloha, Try, SO da)s Tort
Gamble with lumber.
Monda), Apt II 7.
V. S. l C. S. S. Albatross, Thomns,
for cruise off Maul.
Str. Lehua, Nnpala, for Molokof
Str. Keauhou, Moshcr, for Kllau
en. Str. Nllhtni, W. Thompson, for Ko
Ion, Hanaranulu and Ahuklul.
Str. .1. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
Tuesday, April 8.
V. M. S. S. China, Krlele, for Sau
Francisco, at 12 noon,
Str. Klnau, Krecmnn, lor Hllo and
way ports, at 12 noon.
m. Rchr. Alice Cooke, l'enhallow,
fur the Sound In ballast, at 11 a. m.
Str. Clatidlne, Parker, for Maul ports,
at 8 p. m.
Str. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for Kau
ai ports, ut r p, m.
O. S. 8 Alameda, Hcrrlman, for Sun
I'rnnclsco, nt 3 p. b.
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, Pierce, fiom
San Krnnclsco, April 1; due this after
uoou. DUE TOMORROW.
C.-A. a. S. Moana, from the Colonies
due In thu morning.
Tor Hllo and way ports, per str. Kl
nau, April 8 Rev. W. Ault, Manlnea;
Miss A. Winter, lautpahoihoe; Miss
Aklna, Mahukona; Mrs. Keohokalole,
Uihalna; Mrs. Maul, Hllo; G. 11 .Govo,
Kawalhac; Clarence Robinson, Hllo;
Mies II. S. Lewis, Mrs. J. J. Lewis, Hl
lo; A .W .Dow, Mnhtikorin; W. V
Diakc, I.ahalDa; Miss E. II. Scrlpps,
Miss V. Scrlpps, Volcano; Hun. II. R
Cooper nnd son, Hllo; E. II. Austin
and son, Hllo; T. Wolff, II. II. Scovel,
Hllo; II. A. Allen and wife; E. Irish,
Mahukona; Mr. Hngcmaun, 1-ahalna
PASS DPTD .
For San I'rauclsco, per P .M. S S
China, April 8 John Ilrendt. G. II
Paul, C. V .Iigerstroni, R. H. Long, E,
Monroe, Mrs. C. D. Warren anil child.
Mrs. M. Pachcco, Miss M .M. Warren,
Miss Rachel Warren, Muster Charles
Warren, Mrs. Klninld uud boy, II ,11.
Strulfcldt nnd wife, A. Ulom, wife aim
child; P. C Jones and wife. Miss Alice
Jones, Mrs Klnsey, J .M. nple unn
wife, .Miss P. 0 ,Lu8tner, .. I. Pres
sor, E. U Collins, James Mallon nnu
wife, Master James D. Mallon, Mrs. M.
Smith, II. I) Grcriie, K Pcteicon. wlf
and ihlld, N. Sc-holficld, C. I). Haven,
II. II. Schnoetko and livo men from
Quartermaster's depot. Col '.. S, Spal
il'nt PASSENGERS HOOKED.
Tor Maul poits, per f.r cluudliui
palling at S p. nj. today Mr Tenn and
wife, W T .Robinson, wife Him emm
C W Ilaldwin, Mrs Jus. Lloyd, Ka
htilul; Mrs T Alhong, Mrs. Woik
Leone, -Ml 8. Chuck Hoy, Keanao; A.
Enos and wife, MI3S Itnsa Lent, S. Can
7cl, R. W Madden, G. W Carr, Kahu
lul. J J Drummond, Hani
BONDS vs. MORTGAGES
(Continued from page 1.1
strncts and the Irresponsibility of the
applicant. Ono advantage In bonds
was their easy couvirslun into "money.
.Mr. Carter still held the Mctlrjilc
bonds and did not know of nny other
holders deslilng to sell them. In ans
wer to n question, Mr Caller said he
had entered his first employ In Hono
lulu In 1818 and, with possibly tho ex
ception of ono ear, had been engaged
In business pursuits ever since.
What the court was tijlng to get
nt, from tho witnesses, was whether
the trust deed to the Mcliryde bond
holders adequately gecuredkthd minor
ity In tho even! of liquidation.
Mr. Allen was questioned very littlo.
as he hnd not read tho trust deed. His
purchase) of $75.(100 of the McBrjdo
bonds was ordered by lilui wlillo In
San Krunilsio, Mr. Muhlcnduif of his
olucu making tho transaction. Ho was
nisei a Mcliryde stockholder and stal
cd tho amount of his holding of sharea
ASIATIC LINET0 MEXICO
Washington, March 2J. The Depart;
ment of Statu leeched from Euibussa
doi Clajton at Mexico City a copy and
translation of a concession for tho es
tablishment of u steamship service be
tween Mexican nnd Asiatic porta and
for the exploitation of fisheries grant
ed to Tarpcy and Dennett, American
citizens, by the Mexican Government
on December 12, 1901.
The concessionaires bind themselves
to establish two lines of steamers, an
ocean line for Asia and a coast line on
the Pacific nnd Gulf of California, and
to grant to tho Government freo trans
portation of mails nnd rebates ou fares
of Federal employee and on Govern
ment fiolghts. The Asiatic line shall
make at least one iiiuud tilp every four
months, and the coaat line a round
trip every two mouths Lotwccu such
points as shall be detci mined by tho
contract, which shall bo foi felted If
tho Hues shall not bo ibtabllulied vvlcli
In two years from the piuniulgatlon of
tho contract, The zone conceded for
the exploitation ot the fisheries lies In
the Gulf of California anj neighbor
Gerhaidt Hauptmuu. the German
dinmatlHt, has houses In many paits
oi ucrmnny, and tils latest, near Drcs
den, has fantastic decorations Inspired
bv Motives In his "Sunken Roll."
A profusion ot attractive walstlngs comprising nil tho popular
weaves Is hero. Tasteful patterns In washablo fabrics, eomo In strong
cloths, some In tho always desirable medium weights, and many gauzy
tissues apparently created for Hawaii,
An extensive lino of patterns for men's shirts, tho colors best
known lo the art. We are making a special display of these goods
Ijidles who hnvo not the time or the Inclination to make waists
should bear In mind tho "Geisha Shirt Waist" undoubtedly tho larg
est stock over shown this far from New York. Wc sell Oclsha Waists
at Eastern prices.
Wc aro opening this week a largo line of trimmings Galoons,
Hands, luscrtlons, Allovcrs, In Chiffon, Vcnlse, Arabian and Swiss,
nlso new Toscan Nets nnd Fancy Veilings.
.BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy, back number,
aged sort ot smell that takes away
3 our nppetlto for that thick, Juicy
steak you would have otherwise en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
wo sell will create nn appetite not
tako It away. Defter than any spring
tonic made. It Is pure, sweet nnd
fresh as a daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd,
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
Kor Wnnt Column hre I'uge lx
WANTED An energetic Chinese boy
about 20, well known among the
merchants, to work on a commission
pioposltlun. Apply Grieve Pub. Co.,
82 Merchant street. 211C-2t.
WANTED Position as Rook-keeper or
Clerk by xoiing man; ago 27 C. D.
i: , tills olllre. 21HMW
WANTED People) to Know that Pa
c heeo'H Dandruff Killer Is nn unfail
ing euro for dandruff and diseases
of ..lie scalp. At Union Rarhcr Shop
FOR RENT lairgo front room for
gentleman or couple. Accommoda
tions for light housekeeping If re
quited 1181 N'uuami Ave, Just
above Vino) arc! 211Ctf
LOST A gold cuff button with K. of
P. emblem on front and Initial S. A.
T). W on back. Reward for return
to llulli tin Office. 2116-lw
NEW - TO-DAY
Notices Is ln-reliy-filven that at a
special meeting of tho shareholders of
thu IColoa Sugar Co., held on the 29th
or Mai eli, 11)02, at Cue olllco or H.
Hnckfcld & Co., f.td., Honolulu, the
lollowlng directors wero elected for
tho ensuing )cnr, viz
C. M. Cooke,
H. A. ItenberQ,
vvhci, at a meeting held on tno Sth of
Anr... 1902, elected tho following offi
cers. Hans Iscnberg President.
H. A. Uenbsrcj... .Vice-President.
F. Klamp Secretary.
H. Schultze Treasurer.
Armln Haneberg Auditor.
First Anniversary Ball
F. O. E.
Will bo Given In Progress Hall on
MONDAY, APRIL 14th,
AT 8:30 O'CLOCK.
Tickets to be hnd from members.
PROW PORT GAMBLE.
Tho schooner Aloha, Captain Kr),
at rived In pott late Inst evening from
Port Gnmblo wall a load of lumber
She was 20 days making tho run Tho
Aloha was reported oil Koka Head at
1 SO p, in. Sho was towed In by the tug
Elcu, dropping her anchors In tho
stienm after dark.
Bulletin, Tfa oer month.
And Every Evening This Week Except
FAMILY MATINCC SATURDAY
THIS EVENING-LAST TIME
A Man of Mystery
Songs, Dames, and Specialties.
Wedui'sda) and Thursday.
The Girl I Lett Behind Me
Special Scenery and Effects. ' ,
FR'DAY, SATURDAY AND
Seats Now on Sale.
Orpheum Popular Prices 25e, 50e, 75c
Ideals aro all light, but facts and fig'
ures are more reliable nnd satisfactory,
It Is a fact that our optical work Is
giving entlie sntlbractlop
It's a fact that wo have no com'
plaints, no "klckurs", no dissatisfied
Our Ideals of the optical hutduess
aro high, our prices low; our work
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May it Co.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Sor. Fort nnd Quean Street, Honolulu
Madame A. Sclioellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel Ut
pp. Adventlst Chee-:h.
All Lovers oi the Sport
nre leqiiested to register their
State or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
65 Queen St.
On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr. I., do L.
Ward Hastings street, between Makt
kt and Anapunl streets, I will sell at
Public Auction tho entire household
furniture, consisting of handsome par
lor set. Onyx Table and Handsome
Lamp, Screen, Center Itugs, Cloisonne
Vases, Matting. Divan, Umbrella
Stands, Pictures, 8 foot Oak Extension
Table, Oak Dining Chairs, Oak Center
Tables. Oak nnd Iron Dods, Feather
Pillows, Bureaus, Withstands, Chairs.
Dockers. Hawaiian Mat, Hawaiian Ta
pas, Oak Chiffonier, line Dinner Set,
Glassware, Kitchen Utensils, Eddy Ice
Box, Freezer, Patent Ironing Board,
Books, Plants, Palms and Ferns.
The way to get to tho L. de I.. Ward
furniture sale on Hastings street to
morrow at 10 o'clock a. ra.
Take electric car and get off nt Ma
klkl treet and Wilder Avenue, walk
up Maklkt to Hastings, or take electric
car to Punahou Street, just opposite
the college, ask to stop at Hastings
Street and wall; west on Hastings
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OH THURSDAY, APRIL 10th
AT 10 O'CLOCIVA. M.,
At the premises adjoining tho reel
ilenco of Mr A F Cooke, King street,
near South street, I will sell at Public
Auction tho entire Household Furni
FOLDLNO BED. CARPETS,
DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN
LARGE RANGE AND UTENSILS.
ETC , ETC . ETC
JAS. F. MORGAN,
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent JtO per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 65
COTTAGE on Garden lane. Parlor,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and bath.Rent $35 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, C5 Queen
TWO - STORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy tract, Beretanla strcot, be
tween Pllkot and Keeauraoku streets,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St