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APRIL 0 190."
For Representative- Fourth Dislrici.
W. W. HARRIS
Han Is Is leading Your otc la
needed to Keep the opposition from
gaining hradwnv late in the d.i
General Miles is agnlu said to 1m
very angry with the President, and
again the public smile goes nround
A vote for Harris is a vote for parts
units ns well as sound Republican
principle Let no petts rnctlonal war
(are Influence any votel to desert tho
parts Issue at stake.
The light for Cuba has now reached
Its most Intt resting stage. Thrents of
tho Republican Insurgents to cans the
war to the tlnoi of the House and Sen
nto will test the ability of tho admlnls
tratlon manageis S far as Hawaii's
Interest nre concerned we can watch
the struggle with comparatively little
concern There Is no probablllts ol
Cuba receiving more than a twenty
per cent reduction which will not
threaten our Industrs or scilously ef
fect the market Tho situation Is such
lis to sticngthen Hawaiian securities
nil along the line
KEEP UP THE LEAD.
Notwithstanding the violent efforts
of the fact tonal morning paper to drive
votes to the Home Rule ami Demo
cratic parties, tho progress of tho bal
loting today gives very good promise
of the election of the Republican can
dldate by a good sized majority The
party rank and file have responded
nobly, being on hand enily to cast
their ballots for Harris. Indications
nt the noon hour were that the full Re
publican vote of the general election
would bo thiown and the majority In
creased by dlsalfectlon In the Homo
Kulo and Democratic ranks
Whatever a paths is apparent lias
made Itself shown among the Home
Rulers Hnrrls Is conceded ns limning
nhead In nearls overs precinct of the
District with a fair margin of votes sot
to bo polled Inter In the day
As the Homo Rule Demount
strength Is likely to make ltt'lf from
noon till the close of the polls, ft Is ab
solutely necct-sary that overs Ilepub
llcan should cast his ballot that the
lend may be maintained
Charge of Bribery
Washington March 31 M Constan
tin llrun, Danish Minister to tho Unit
ed States, called upon Secretary Has
today, and In tho name of his Govern
ment oelally disclaimed tho bribery
charges of Captain Christmas These
charges, which relato to the sale of the
Danlsa West Indies to this Govern
ment, will be tho basts of an investigii
,tlon, which will ho begun tomoirow bs
u committee of tho House ot Rcpio
M. Ilrun Informed Secretary Has
that there was absolutely no toiinda
Hon for tho allegations of Captain
Christmas, that tho man had not ilur
Ing tho negotiations been employed as
nn agent of Denmark, and that there
had been no agreement to pay him
nnythlng for any work ho might do In
the United States. Denmark sincere
ly regrets that tho charges should
havo attracted attention.
It is expected that tho treaty for tho
cession of tho Danish West Indies will
bo ratified this week by the uppor
house of tho Danish I'arllamcnt,
DIED, BROKEN HEARTED.
San Francisco, March 30. With her
flag Muttering at half mast, tho trans
port Kllpatrlck arrived yesterday from
Manila, bearing tho body of tlto lato
Colonel Benjamin F I'opo, assistant
surgeon general of the army nnd chief
surgeon In command of tho Philip
pines. Tho startling news was also
brought by tho transport that tho wife
of Colonel Pope had died on hoard the
vessel on March 19 and that her re
main:! wer"bosldo thoso or her hus
band. TWO HOURS YET BEFORE THE
POLLS CL08E. VOTE FOR HARRIS.
KIUED li fMOiflW fi li
PREMATURE FIRING OF
BLAST WAS THE CAUSE
Flames Ignite Dry Coal Dust and
Shooting From Mine's Mouth Kill
Men Who are Standing
on the Spot.
Chattanooga, Teiin . Mnrch 31. At
4 15 ii clock this nftemoon an oxplos
Ion of gas In tho Nelson mine of tho
Das ton Coal and lion Company, at
Daton Tenn , Ignited tho dty coal
dust In the mine and caused a tcrrllllc
explosion Twenty-two men are known
to l)o dead Ten hodles hno been re
covered Twelve hadles are still In
the mliip The deaiT aio:
P 0 TRAVIS nil white
MOIMAN SMI 111.
II E HILL
MACK 1'OUST all coloud
Six others names unknown
Fatally Injured W. T Hcnd broth
er of James Head, superintendent of
the mine huriud internally will die.
Seriously injured Jainrs Riley
white, right leg broken bruised about
head and faro. Will I'reslell white,
hadl) burned, William Scarborough,
white, badly burned, Arthur Hughes,
white, (leorge Wnfford colored, Tom
Cummlngs, white Ilenrs doll on
fins exists In the Nelson mine and
llin mnn nl-n innlilifil tn nun nufi.tx I
lamps It Is the rule of tho company
for the miners to pinto their fuses
rendy to be lighted for blasts Just be
fore quitting work each das and there
nro workmen known as "firemen" who
go through the mine after all the min
cir nre out nnd set olf these blasts.
The miners quit work nt 4 30 this nf
terncGn It takes them nbout forty-
five minutes to get out of the mine
The two "firemen" today who are!
supposed to have caused the explosion
were Mnrk Hunter nnd John Harney
1 ney shot tho blasts about 4 l" o'c lot k
before nil the miners could get out in
(ho mine. It Is supposed that one of
the fuses was defective nnd resulted
In whnt Is known ns h "blown blast
Tho llame shooting out fuim tho
blast Ignited the gns. whiih In turn
ignited the nt cumulation of 1 1 coal
dust In tho mine The explosion Hint
followed was teirillc The Humes shot
out of the mouth of tho mine and tho
shoe k c iiinpletely w rec ked the shed nt
tho mine entrance Three men were
killed while standing outside the mine,
and two were seriously and one fatally
This mine has been the scene of two
sol Ions explosions In tho past In 18S9
four men were killed and eight serious
ly injured bs an explosion of gas.
December 12, 1S95, no explosion of
mine dust occurred in which twenty
eight lives were lost This was cans
ed by a miner earning an open lamp,
contrary to regulation.
Tne force of tho explosion In the
Nelson mine today wnB terrible Uodlcs
were lltcially mangled nnd torn to
pieces Tho company states that theio
wcio but sevents-tlve men nt worn in
the mine tntlls Most of them were
out of the mine when the explosion
FOR HARRIS IS
ARE ARRIVING DAILY
AT FORT ARTHUR
Unusual Activity Shown Reports
from Southern China Have
Been Very Much Ex
aggerated. New York. March 31 A cable to
tho Sun ftom I'eklng sass Advices
from Newchwang sass the Russians
there aro unusually uctlve Ten thou
sand fresh troops have anived at l'oit
Arthur. It Is not known whether tho
Russians Intend to evneiute Mnnchui
ia or are concentrating troops, They
arc making extenslvo telegraph con
nections about Newchwang.
Reports from Tnmln-fu, Southern
China, say the uprising there has been
gtcatls exaggerated. There Is consider
,nblc trouble, however, which Is caused
by the presenco of lawless refugees
fiom adjoining provlncos Chlneso off!-
ilals arc suppressing all Information
about the matter. There are rumors
of riots In many districts which the
Chinese officials ascribe to the collec
tion of taxes for tho payment of tho
The Orand Duko Paul of Russia Is
so tall that the average hotel bed l.c
not long enough for his comfort, nnd
Ho has olio built In sections, which ho
mrrlcs with hW luggage overywhcic.
Tho bed Is put up by a special me
chanic, under tho supeilntciidcncy or
tho rosal valet, wherever the Oiand
Algernon Sartorls. the grandson ot
'tuio.ru! Giant, Is going Into business
and will begin nt tho bottom of the
ladder as an cmploso of tho Westing
house Works nt Pittsburg Ho Intends
to master the intricacies of electrical
mechanics and of the financial feat
ures of the work.
Daniel Hardy, tho now general super
intendent of tho Missouri Pacific Rail-
way, was, 35 years ago, a water boy
on the old single track road running
through Frazcyvllle, Ohio,
VALUABLE NUGGETS ARE
FOUND IN QUANTITIES
Stampede Follows to the Thunder
Mountain DistrictQuartz Yields
$200 a Day to Two
llolse Idaho, March 30. Excitement
Is at fever heat here over reports
bi ought out from the Thunder Moun
tain gold fields by returning miners,
Frozen dirt hns been washed out in
snow water and panned In ordinary
prni ctlng pans, $50 a day to the man
having been obtnlncd In that manner
Decomposed quartz, pounded In a mor-
j tar. has slelded as high ns JiuO a day
to two men, one pounding and tho oth
Rich finds on Monumental and Mule
cieoKs have been made, tho oro assay
ing from $100 to $2700 a ton In an
Indian grnvo were found tho remains
ot an Indian skeleton At tho side ol
the bones was n pile of moro than J3,
500 In gold nuggets, nrranged Into gro
ti'sqnc ornaments Nuggets of nbout
the same purity and being similarly
Imbedded In quartz have been found In
the gold fields nt other points, Indicat
ing the source of the Indian's wealth.
The tush to tho Thunder Mountain
gold fields continues unabaled Tho
stamp de for wealth has tn'.cn a great
mans of the Cloud Into Die district
propel, but, owing to the great danger
of tiavcllng In the mountains at this
time of the ear and the hardships in
cident tin rcto the majority has lecat-
fed In a fringe of towns adjacent to the
gold lltlds llolse, Vvelser, Kctchtim.
Levvlston and other places. Here hun
dreds of mi n. nttraeted to tho new
gold camp, are waiting till the trails
shall have bei'n worn down by tho
more hauls and fearless ones whom
no argument could keep out Some of
the lattei have Just come out for prov.
lslons Tiles relate stories of tho llch
hiss of the district that bound Uko
romance, but which aio bourne out by
samples of oie nuggets nnd gold dust.
These stories nre supplemented by let
tcis Hum men who would not return,
remnlnlng mi short iniions to work
The entire sictlon something like
forts miles squaie, Is thli Ll mineral
ized It Is an Immc nut- volcanic de
posit smile thing of tho chuinetei of
whli h is levealed bs developments In
the Dewey mines, told lis Jonas Law.
tence, who has Just returned He said:
"The shaft Is now down 180 feet and
the oio glows rliher with the depth.
Ctosscut channels have been run near
IS 2(10 fe-ct lentil ways from the bottom
of the snart, nnd the.samo v nines con
tlnue In both Tllreetlons Tlfore Is n
pns streak In the mine, which runs
from $2000 to $10,nno a ton M the
180 foot level the pay streak Is four
f!?"i wide On either Mile of this llch
vein an litrmeiiBo bodies of oro that as
say aiouud $20 a ton Tt Is nil freo
milling ore and the output can bo lim
ited only lis the number of stamps that
can he woiked to advantage."
Little Rock. Alk., Jluieh Au The
latest leturns mini sesteiuuy's pilm
aiies foi United States Scnntoi Indl
catcs that oxGovernoi Clarke has un
diiubtedls defeated Senatoi James K.
Jones However, Claike's majority on
Joint ballot piobably will not cxecoel
Senator Jones vviTI not eoniedu
Claiko's viitoiy. He lelt tills nltei
noon for his home In Hempstead Conn
ty, but his headquarters here lemaln
At Senator Jones' headquarters It Is
Bald that ho Is satisfied wlfh the re-
poitB received today Instead" of con
ceding his defeat, ns has been widely
circulated, ho feels that the s.tuatlon
has materially Impioved Ills lepio
sentnthes announce that they have re
ceived definite! Information from foils
three counties, twents-sovon of which
havo been carried by him Oi tho te
malnlng number the) expect Senator
Jones to cnuy at lentl twents. Intmi
Ing him between eighty five nnd nine
ty voles un Joint ballot, slxts seven
being uecessnry for a choice.
At Clarke's headntiaiteis It is do
c tared (hat tho content Is Bettled In
Claike's favoi, the only iiuestlon btlng
as t tho size of the majoilty. Theio
are about ten counties which iniinot
bo heard from set, owing to no who
connection Partial returns tend to
show that Jones has Inst Ilowaul and
Nevada Counties, adjoining his homo
coiims. In several of tho large coun
ties the vote is so close the olllctal
count Is awaited.
Governor Davis probably has can led
two thirds of the counties against Colo
W Rcetot for the gubernatorial nomin
ation Jean Hutli Singer has hi ought biilt
for dlvoire ugalnst Call Lewis August
Singer on the charge of uiin-suppoit.
The plaintiff alleges that her husband
Is working nt tho Orpheum theater and
that lie receives a salary of JfiO n
month The couple wcio married Juuo
1 11, 1901, by the Rov. Q. L. Pearson
vc have to offer are First Quality Goods at the lowest
possible prices. We have lately received large ship
ments completing our lines.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Uetliet Street Household Dcpnrtmcnt.
Pretty nearly overs thing that jolt
ran think of in tho hnrness lino Is in
cluded In our big display.
Every harness wo sell Is n bargain,
nnd wo sell all kinds from light track
undroad to heavy coach nnd team
harness. From no ono clso can sou
get tho harness valuo wo give sou.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerro'n's fine
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. Herrick
125 Merchant St.,
CAN DISCHARGE ORIENTAL.
Wnshlugtou, March 30 The Navy
Depaitnicnt has had under cunsldern
lion for several weeks past tho cases
of two Chinese and a Japanese, enlist
ed iu tho navy and dlschargul with In
fractions of the naval tegiilatlutis. It
was recommended that they bo (tied
bs n naval couit maitlal, but the ques
tion was inlsed as to whcthci thesii
aliens could pmpeils Tie tiled by tho
Fnltcd States Tvaval Couit While the
law ofllccis of the department nre II nil
ly of tho opinion that the Oilentals
placed themselves subject to the laws
of the navy when thes enlisted iu that
blanch of the Government seivlio,
they flnu that thes can dispose of their
lases In anothei was bs mi old nival
statute which provides for tho ills
charge of persons undesirable foi to
tuition in the naval service The dis
charge of the Oilentals uiiuci this
stntute will not admit of thell teen
llstment In tho service, nnd the action
o. the depnitmcnt Is Intended to ills
courage the enlistment of foielgners
In the United States nnvy sun Ice,
ADMIRAL SAMPSON'S HEALTH, hnld that tho Pieshlcnt Ignores his
I Cabinet ofllcer on questions i elating to
Washington, Muich 31 -Reports ,iK. ,.,. ni.,,ai,nicut.
wen- III cltculatloii toelas (..tit Ailiniinli
Sainphoiis condition hud taken nnotlr
ei turn roi the worse and that the end HMELD ACCEPTS POSITION.
was neni. bat It was learned upon In- Washington, Maieh ilO-Jnmes It
ipiliy that his condition is unchanged Oarfleld. son of the late Piesldeiit Gar
nnd that he takes his outdooi exciclso nUl) lmB nill.,,tlll ,llc ir)aiton 0f civil
logulnils. wcathci pennittlng. us has S(.MUi. cm,n1BSonei tendered him
been his custom loi some months At abollt ,,, ,,ny8 K0 by President
his lesldence tonlvlit it was stated itoosevelt He tnl.es tho place to ho
that he was down to elliinei It Is con- minted OI, the fltst of Apill by n
ceded that no never will regain his Ham A. Rodenberg. Garfield Is a com
lieailii, inn no new uiiiowniel develop
ment tins occuned lecently.
MOVEMENTS OP UOERS.
Pictorlu, Maieh 30 The effoits of
Acting I'rcbldcut bchulk-Iluigei to
open comimiuicatlou with Mi. Stnvu,
formei President of the Oinngo Free
State, havo thus fui been luiHiiceesh
I nl l)e wet and Slejn have ciossed
the main line nf the lallioad going
west. Thus weni est oiled lis Van
Nleklik uml Van Demeiwe, and havo
been tiaced to Pails, about thirty
miles uuithwcst nf Hi llbsoniail. H
imgo lllvci Colon) by Colonel Gnriett,
Will Try tn Ceimh Snmll Dcalcr-H
London Match 30 It is icpmtcd
that tho Impeilal Tobacco Company
thioiigh Messrs ulnioii ami Gliickstcln,
Limited, tobacco manufacturers, has
decided to open a number of relall to
bacco shops In London and the piov
inces with tho Idea of crushing the
small dealers who refuse Its terms.
Michigan Stoves and Ranges,
Glassware and Crockery, The
Favorite Eddy Ice Chests and
Refrigerators, Water Filters
and Coolers, Agate and Tinware
Willcox& Globs' New Automatic
Sewing Machines, New Ideal
Sewing Machines, Hand Sewing
Machines, :: :: :: ::
to Stangenwnfd Building.
HITCHCOCK WILL LUAVE.
Washington, Maieh 20 Secretary
or the Intcrloi Hitchcock Is slated for
early letlrcment fiom President
Roosevelt's Cabinet, nnd there Is a
scramble among Western men for tho
position It Is common gossip In
Washington Hint it has been repeated.
1 1) hinted to Secretnrs Hitchcock that
the Piesldeiit deslied his resignation,
hut these Intimations have been dlste
gaided bs tile head of the Interioi De
pnitmcnt Now, It Is said ho will roon
In told In iineiiiilvocnl terms that tils
letiiement Is desired Piesldcut House
vilt Is looking over tho ground for a
Kiiicessoi to Hitchcock, and when ont
shall lime been chosen the resignation
r ti0 Secretins Is
likels to be an-
limine ed with little delas.
Tlieie uie no specific chniges against
Hitchcock which would justify hi
nummary icniovnl, but he has prov el
an unpopular ufllelnl nnd made ninny
enemies among Western stntesmen
or lato Pii'hldeiit Roosevelt has n
pcatcdls coiled up cases already pass
ed upon by Sec re tars Hitchcock and
leversed the lattei's rulings, It Is
naiatlvolv nuiur mnn n,i U nn,.,l
tn the piactlce of law Willi his brother,
Hairs A. Garfield, In Cleveland. He
Is a notnblc flguie In Ohio poll ileal cir
cles and has served as Statu Senatol
from his district. Ho was author ol
the law known as the Garfield election
hvv of Ohio, which leqiilicd all noml
nees for elective ofllces to file with flie
Seeietniy of State a sworn statement
of the expenses Ineuired by them dhr
Ing tho rnmpnign TV Taw, Tiowover,
was subsequentls lepealed Garfield
is a ic'Hldi'iit of Meiitoi, n subuib of
HILIiH 18 INDIGNANT.
Cull fliiif.au Washington, Maieh 30.
Genual Mllur Is disappointed and
highly Inifigiui'it nt.tho comments
made bs the Seciotais of Wur nnd tho
President upon the Philippine papers
he submitted He nuw appreciates that
it Is useless for him to try to cultivate
friendls lelatlfns with tho President,
and he does not Intend to do so.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Hennery Company of
llaldwin Locomotlvo Works of Fhlla
delphla, Pa , U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano 8hrcdder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
Alex. Cross & Sons' high grado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Paramno Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurtne (n cold-wattcr paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
The Kohnla Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, 8t. Louis, Mo,
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tho Ceo. F. IUako Steam Pumps.
Tho New England LIfo Insuranco Co
The Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
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H. P. Baldwin Prealdnt
J. U. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pain Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co, Klhei
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulut Railroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S. S. Co
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irn In.. President and Manager
Clans Spreckcls Vlco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.. ...Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, -T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomca Sugar Co.,
llonoiuu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.Haleakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Clias. Drcwcr & Co.'s Line of
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C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Dlshop
Treasurer nnd Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. II. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
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The Balolso Insurance Co.
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A88ET8, JUNE 80, 1901, t80,043.37.
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fata up Capital Yen 18,000,000
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Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"MiO" S roller mill,
H. I. Wits, make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Doublo Effects, Clariflers,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land. Interest in I hi!
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, npply to MH. J R.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu, Mnrch 4th, 1D02.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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