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EVENINO nUU.ETIK. IIOXOUII.P. II. T., WEDNESDAY, AWH. 9, 1902
Sttunttona nnd llcl Wonted
WANTED I'osltlon ns llook-lcccpcr or
Clerk by young man; age 2". C. 1.
H., this office. 2110-lw
A LADY STRANGER In City wishes ai
tmaltlon: saleslady preferred. Ac
dress office I I.. lls-lw ,
WANTED By a young lady- situation
as stenographer and typewriter; ref
erences. Address I?., llullctln office
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15e
Per line, two Insertion!. ...zsc
Per line, one week 30e
Per line, two weeks 40o
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
iver offered the people cf Honolulu.;
PIANO taught In six months; new
quick method, satisfaction guarnn
teed; 5 month; special attention
to adults. Music, Bulletin ouire.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and Uesldence, School St.;
P. O. Box 2S4: Tel. White 3C91.
NOTICE TO DUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR '
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
position as guardian, postofTIco offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co, 2051-tf
V AINTEO I
WANTED A second-band pool table.
Inquire of Bulletin office. 211S-1W
WANTED Information of Isaac I.. O.
Sager. dead or allvo. as I have ncwi
of sDeclal Imoortanco nnd to his ad
vantage. Answer without fall. For
posltlvo proof of death will pay re
ward. Capt. Bert A. Stout. G33 Kear
ney St.. room 8, San Francisco, Cal.
WANT your whiskers amputated? Oo
to JefTs. Ho shaves for 15c; 5 whlto
barbers. 13 King St. 2011-tf
WANTED 500 pianos to tune. Ad
dress J. W. tiall, P. O. box 47f. I
2092-1 m I
WANTED People to know that Pa
checo's Dnndruff Killer Is an unfail
ing cure for dandruff and diseases
of the scalp. At Union Ilaiber Shop.
TO LET. I
TO LET House now occupied by L.
Schweitzer Esq.. cor. Alnpal and
Quarry Sts ; 9 rooms, siablo and
carriage house: possession May 1;
rent reasonable. Apply Mrs. Smith,
Honolulu Hotel. SIlS-lw
TO LET Suite of rooms, furnished or
unfurnished. 50 So. Vineyard be
tween Fort and Nuuanu. 2100-tf
TO LET Furnished room at 1 14 Ber
etanla St. near Fort; table board If
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
roums; $15 and (25; no children; al
so cottage. $25; best location nnd
all connected wltn sewer. Enquire
F. B. King, Cottngo drove. 2113-tf
$15 Neat cottage, 5 rooms nnd bath;
off l.lllha. near School St. Apply
K. J. BusbcD, Magoon Bldg. 'Js-tf
TO LET Now houso on ncrctanla
and Artesian Sts.; dining nnd two
bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Apply
1120 Fort St. 2101-1 m
TO LET Cottago on Punchbowl St.;
nil modern Improvements; floors
matted. Apply A. O, Cunba, 2d houjo
abovo Mormon Church. 2105-2W
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConnel's. Garden lane. 2055-tf
TO LET Nowly furnished rooms, sin-
glo or en suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretanla St. i
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Room 11 Magoon bldg.;
'Phono Main 153,
F. M. BROOKS ..ttorncy; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg,; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna
humanu Rl ; Tel. i81 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
U9 Kanhumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attomoynt
law; Kaahumami Ht.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4. Spree' els bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL. opp.
Parlfle Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders: 11n8 Union St.
CORNS removed without pain hy D.
M. Thomson, export Chiropodist, of
fices nt 11 Onrden lane. 2110-lm
THE KASH CO- LTD. Two stores
2?-21 TTntPl fit nnd eor. Fort Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whlrt- TWelanla near Fort Ht
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
ahlo. Room 10 Mclntyre Block.
Bulletin. TK- ner month.
Ads. will be Inncpted PR tin.
WANTED An energetic Chinese boy
nbotit 2U, well known anions the
merchants, to work on a commission
proposition. Apply Orlete Tub. Co..
82 Merchant -licet. 2110-21.
WANTED Small boy to learn trade.
Oeo. Haffner, Mnsonlc Temple, Alt-
Kea St. 2113-lw
WANTED First-class housekeeper.
Address O, this office. 9s-tf
FOR RENT Large front room fori
gentleman or couple. Accommoda-
tlons for Unlit housekeeping If re
quired 1 181 Nuuanu Ave., Just
above Vineyard. 211titf.
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
suit,' or single; telephone, etc.
llcrctanla Ave. eor. Kveaumoku.
TO LET Cottnees off School St nr
IU Lbl lOliagOS OH HCIIOOI bt., nr.
Nuuanu, $15 nud J ID. P. K. II,
Strauch, 32 Campbell block, 31tJ
Fort St. 2108-im
TO LET Modern house on l.lllha St.;
outhouse nnd stable for two horse?;
rent clienp. Apply W. II. Pain,
Tramways office. 2113-tf
TO LET Uesldence of .1. Cnssldy,
Walklkl; furnished; good bathing.
Apply Watorhuuse & Podmore. Beth-
el and King Sts. 2105-tf
T . CT CT,. ,, ,, '
TO LET Flvo room cottage oft Wal-
klkl road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of-
TO LET rioomy bath tub, with cither
I hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent liar-
FOR SALEFor rr(lsonilhle price, fur-
nlturo of C-room house, 4 bedrooms, MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
parlor nnd dining room, also Kitchen all occasions. Lenvo orders Berg
utensils; everything entirely now; strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
with privilege of renting tho house .......... ..
at n vcrv rninnlil mnntlilv rnnf
nloctric iivhiu ntui tint nmi ..!.! u-n.l
ter bath. Centrally located. For
partlculars apply at Bulletin office.
FOR SALE Two beautiful collie dogs,
pedigree guaranteed, and registered
In the American nnd English Ken
nel Clubs: also one great Dane, fe
male pup. Address W. J., this office.
FOR SALE Jersey bull and $100 will
take him; bis pedlgrco can be
vouched for. Address H. Dlnklage.
at Bulletin office. 2113-tf
FOR SALE Tho furniture of tho Fort
Street House Is offered nt private
sale. House cau bo rented subject
to approval of landlady. Apply to J.
It. Hall, cor. Fort and Vineyard Sts.
FOR SALE Eggs from puro bred
black Mlnorcas, Northup strains, $3
per setting. Jeff's, 43 King St.
21 10-1 in j
FOR SALE Very old tnpa quilt. nlso
very old calabashes, somo unpol
ed, Address C. IC. this office, 4pt
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad j
dross It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of-1
fleo 1991-tf '
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Under now mnn
agoment; strictly first class; light,
airy, mosquito proof rooms. Mrs.
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
nowly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
LOaT A gold cuff button with K. of
P. emblem on front and Initial S. A.
I). W. on bad:. Howard for return
to Bulletin Office. 2110-lw.
LOST A gold stickpin, In shape ot
fox head. Iteward If returned to
Bulletin office. 2110-tf
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, GIG Miller Street.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to I.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,
1151 Alakea St.; ofllco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY DentlBt; Fort and Hotel
Sts.; (las administered for extracting
MADAME M. LAMDERT, tho stylish
French Dressmaker from Paris, has
removed her dressmaking parlors
liam tho corner of Vineyard and
I-unchbowl streets to the Boston
building, room 30C, wlioro she will
lie pleased to seo her patrons und
their friends. 2113-lm
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical englneor: ofllco, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Blue Boom 4,
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY u niiwu t-v. . 7y
Bethel St.. opp. Wavorloy blk.; Tel. '.H; ,P,U?N-Y P" ""' .'VVV
G21 Blue: pkgs. called for and del'd, Agt Wilder and Inter-Islaiid.Tel. 113.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and STOP ut Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac-
stntnplng; room 2. t. .10 bldg. commndntlons. O. Frcolnud. Mgr.
POLYNESIA ENCAM"MENT NO, 1,
I. O. O. F. meets first and third Fri
day of each month. Excelsior Hall.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets overv second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEAS llcrctanla near Emuia
St.; Tel. 2312 niue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Port St., Orpheum blk.j
Tel. C81 Blue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 12S1
Fort St., near KiikuI Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos,
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Malb 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: I'. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 11S2 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Nowly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
first-cans table board. Mrs. liana,
WANTED To buy your Riirplus
horcs and rigs; live stock for rale.
W. S. Withers. 2101-tf
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. jeweler and
...ntchmnkni-! K!M Vrirl St Istvn
watchmaker: 530 Fort St.: Love
bldg.: latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms: also rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St., above Ho
nt tho PVNTHEON SALOON.
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
; The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
I bldg.; Tel. 2l Main.
"" IYIUIM 1 AUUfc IUHNEH VOCai
"Allgnon, ' 1021 Bcreta-
I "la Htl
E. k. KAAI-Tcacher of string Instru-
ments; studio. I-ovo bldg.. Fort St.
I BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Hep. Ame
I rlcan Manl's. Boom S Progress 'ilk.;
, Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso and
Thoat; olllco at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear,
N'oso and Throat only; olllco Alakcu
St. lately occupied by Ur. Murray;
ofllco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 llcrctanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.
ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Vineyard arid Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGErT"
V. H. POULSEN fainting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables. King St.
JUDD &. CO., LTD. Building lots an!
residences for sale; 307 Stangon
wnld bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
also to grant mnrrlago licenses
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 116. '
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. t tue PA.S'THEL
STENOGRAPHY nnd Irnnwrltlnirnont. I
ly and accurately done at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St, nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, pnnama hats
I ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg.. lfi .Miller St.
G. DIET2 Watchmaker and Jeweler,
I lilflG Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronnmoter maker: 79 Merchant St.
IPI llin nr mill I mum
loLANU Ur MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR ESTATE8, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer StnblM. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 120.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nud surgeon; J.almlnn, Maul.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber. Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. II,
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances, Doputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Ofllco Oovernment bldg
TWO HOURS YET BEFORE THE
POLLS CLOSE. VOTE FOR HARRIS.
ID i 01) ACT
Tonownndn, N .Y., March 2I-J. U.
Post, n wealthy farmer. In a Jealous
lage Inst night tied bis pretty wife to
a post In n bull pen. He tied n bright
red apron nbotit the woman to goad
the bull to n frenzy nnd left her to her
doom. She was found on the floor or
tho bull pen this murnlng by it mall
carrier, frightfully mangled, with tho
mnildened bull standing over the re
mains nnd still using his hems nt the
work ot death already hours completed.
The Posts live four miles south of
the village. Post quarreled Willi hl.l'
wife last night over the alleged attcn
tlotiK of n nnlrbbnr. Itnv. lllrnni
Co.ttrs, a free Methodist preacher.!
Mrs. Post was attractive and young ami
much Interested In religious work. BIih
nttended a prayer meeting at Kenmore,
half a mile from her home, Inst night,
and while there tnlkeil with Conies.
After the Posts returned home they
quarreled violently. Hitler words were
heard by neighbors who passed by.
This morning (Icrygc Beeves, a mnll
currier, went to the house nnd found
evidence of a fearful struggle. Then
followed the discovery of the fearful
crime. All through the night the bull
hnd tossed nnd mangled the body.
Post wna cnfihircil liv n nnssn of
farmers heading for Niagara Falls,
where lie said lie Intended to drown
himself. Doubt as to his sanity pre-
tented Ills lynching. Another posse
was In pursuit, Intending to mete out
the ramp fate ns befell his wife, but
the officers had Post safely In Jail be
fore the posse arrived.
NATIVE SCOUTS TRAITORS
Manila, March 27. At the continua
tion today of the trial by court-mnrtlnl
of .Major Waller of the marine corps
for the execution, without trial, ol iiu
tlM'3 on Snmar Island, n native scout
by tho name of Smoke was on bo
stand, Smoke testified to the exist
ence of a plot among the native leuderj
of the Waller expedition to murder
Major Waller and Lieutenant William.
He said that when the marines had ra
tions they shared them with the na
tlves. The scout also said that he per
sonally had suffered severely from hun
ger. General Smith, who Is In command ol
the American forces In tho Island of
buninr, had n three-hour Interview yes
terday with the Insurgent general. One
varrn, and several officers of his com
mand. Uuovarra succeeded (Jenernl
Lukban as Insurgent leader In Snmar, '
nud has signified his Intention of sur
rendering to the American authorities.
It was arranged between Oeneral
Smith and Oeneral (juovarra that the
latter, with the entire force under his
command, and all their rifles, would
surrender April 15. The serviceable
rifles to bo turned over number 250;!
of tlicse 125 are Krag-Jorgensens. (Jen.
cral Smith, referring to his Interview j
yesterday, said he was surprised at'
Cucvarra's bearing, nnd that the leader I
llnpicssed him as being a man of re-,
Fources nnd devoted to n high purpose,
London, March 25. An acrimonious
coirtspondeuce bctwicn A. J. Balfour
and Oeneral Iluller has been iiiiIiIIhIipiI.
Balfour contends that Oeneral Duller i
was In chief command at the battle ot j
Hplon hop, while the Oeneral denies
this nsFfitlon. To this contention llnl
four ndds: "Their Is no leason whv
nil the Splou Kop dispatches should
not lie published."
To this Qcncral Iluller lejolns that
he hopes the dispatches will be pub
lished without manipulation.
Yotcrday Balfour replied to Oeneral
Iluller protesting against the latter's
Insinuation, and declared that the only
manipulation which hail been exer
cised with regard to Oeneral Duller'
dispatches was the excision of a single
sentence criticising Sir Charles War-
.... I.ll.. .1 .1 I a .
..... ...mi- me omissions nom l.onj
Kobertk' dispatches relating to opera
tlnns In Natal weie made, said Hal-1
four, "solely for the purpose, If possl-i
bte, of sparing your feelings and muln-l
tnlnlng your nillltnry leputatlon." j
SILVER I'Olt PHILIPPINES.
! Washington, iliinh 27. The Repub
lican members of tho Senate commit'
.tee on the Philippines were In session
(today considering the Philippine gov
eminent bills, among others that per
, tabling to the cuueney to be maintain
, ed In the Islands. The Biib-commlttco
I having In lintul this portion of legisla
tion hail not prepaied Its report, but
after tho conlerence niljomncd mem-
""""' iu commmoo Htnteii mat tl.ero
w"8 !'.r.1cU(;i' i,"n"mlty q fvoror
,.v. ...... ..,,, iuu jiii-Bvui nuttir Btiinuaru
In the Philippines to remain undisturb
ed. Tim sub-committee Is expected to
soon report n substitute for tho exist
ing provisions of tho bill, providing
for a silver dollar to replace tho Mexi
can dollar, to weigh 41U grains and bu
0u line, tho supply lb lie limited to the
needs or the Inlands and tho silver to
bo purchased by tho Oovernment. To
Senator Allison, as chairman of tho
sub-commltteo, hits been Intrusted tho
duty of preparing tho substitute.
Dr. Warre, headmaster of Eton, pio
poscH to build n clahslc ship, probably
on tho model of a Roman or Grecian
lilrcmc. nnd to moor It In the Thames
opposite the housch of Parliament dur
ing coionntlnn week.
The Dr. W- Alden Elftric "Belt'
(wllli sus- ISMS penwv 's guaranteed
to pnsvss yTv all tht viiratlve proper
ties of the even Ive belts now sold by
do tors and dniERl '. It gives a verv
trnng current of electricity and lseallv
regulated, li'.und to supercede others. Can
be ha J from the unuVrslnneJ onlv; no
acents; no discount. ' Ircuhrfrre. Address
nlpe Electric C . 200 Post St.. S n
Fraiiusco. Sent free to Hawaii fnr SR.OO
REPUBLICANS HOLD A
l!l(i MASS MEETING
Best Speakers of Parly Air Their
Views--Stewart Sends Soae
Hot ShotNatives Es
By fnr the mot enthusiastic Repub
lican meeting of the-whole campaign
was held In Emma Square last nbiht.
At ii conservative estimate, theie were
at least flic hundred people present
Among the number was n large show
ing of Home Itulcrs. Including D.uii
Knnuhn. Home Bute senator.
The square was surrounded
torches and the bmyl stnnd where tlte
rpeakers were, was brilliantly lighted
with Incandescent lamps.
It was close to 8 o'clock before th
evening's program was started, a hjtutt
of native musicians playing a selec
tion of Hawaiian music.
A. O. M. Robertson, chairman of tin
meeting, nfter announcing the purpose
of the gathering, Introduced Judge A.
N. Kepolknl of Maul. The Judga re
ferred to the Home Rule party as being
one which was dwelling tin the pjst
and not looking toward the future wel
fare of the Islands, lie pointed out
the advantages whlrh nil Hawaldia.
would gain by becoming staunch .tup
porters of the Republican party.
The Home Rule party would never tie
recognized. Even Delegate Wilcox u id
found It necessary to tack on tho word
"Hepublltnn" to "Home Rule," when
he returned from Washington. This
was the only way he could posslhl; se
cure any benefits for the people of Ha
Judge Kepolknl tailed on all IUyj
Hans to vote the Republican ticket. It
had been asked what good tho Repub
licans had done. Here was one thing
The Republicans had been the only
ones to push the fire claims matter -tnd
from within the body of the princlp.it
Republican business men of the city
was to be sent forth a man J. O. Pratt
to put the matter before the Federal
Tho next speaker was T. McCa:j'i
Stewart nnd for good sound reasoclng.
tin better speech has been made on Mie
Flump here since the changed coudl
The Home Rule-Democratic rji.dl
date enme In for n severe arraignment
although the speaker neter for one In
xtant Indulged in personalities. H'
fall! that JV'eler wnt a man who roold
not, If tlre.j)!, occupy a seat In th
Legislature V ting for Dieler meaut
nothing other than throning a.cjy
Even should the German cnndidite
of the Home Rule-Democrntlc roller
Hon of voters succeed In getting tuto
the Legislature he would be In a most
uuentialilo position. He would hear
on one side the voice of the DemocrAti
and on the other, the voice of tho Home
Unlets and would In fact, become mix
ed In his dates as to which was hi
Mr. Stewart, like .Mr. Robertson In
his Introductory remarks, dealt the pa
per which tried to hatch up it faction
al fight, a vt ry severe blow, and said In
a loud voice that the time had come for
a cementing together of nil the for--"
to tight the common enemy.
The sptaker dwelt also on tho .mu
cttlou made that the Republican pirty
was the party which drew the color
line. There were certainly a few la
the party who drew the color line tint
they were so few that tltry did nt
count at all. When such men an II tM
win would clnsp the hand of Kcpoik.il
In all earnestness and Robertson would
confer with Wilson on party Issues and
work side by side, there was not ninth
danger of a color line being drawn.
The remarks of .Mr. Stewart re
very ably translated by W. J. Coelho
Wm. Aylett, Kekauoha, John C
Lane and John Mann were tho nitfe
sptakers und as In the rase of the great
majority of Hawnilnus, their ora oiy
was most excellent. .Mr. Lane dw-n
bomewhat on Senator Kalauokalani,
stating that he was leading the natlvc
to the poor house. Mr. Ajlett told nt
what the Home Ruins bad not done In
the l.eglslntuie and John Mana, one ot
the former staunch suppoitcrs ot the
Home Ittilo party, told of how hu bud
been disgusted by the failure of this
paity to fulfill it singe ono c( it
pledges. The speech of Keknuoh.t w.ii
full of lire. He too had been a Home
Ruler one but he had seen no benefit?
as the outcome of the work o' that
W. W. Harris was loudly npplituuea
when be took the stand. He spoko it
the Republican party as repi twitting
good government nnd good lc;;'.tl.v
tlon. The last speaker was James Slmtus.
one of the Demociats who is .tgiln.tt
the action taken by a certain clique of
his paity, was the last speake.' ot the
During Mr. McCnnts Stewart's speech
at the mam meeting of Republicans In
Emma Square last night, the speaker
t-ald he hnd nsked n vry shrewd mem
ber of the party the reason why Mr.
Dreler had been chosen as the Home
Rule-Demociatlc candidate and that
this had been the answer:
"Iireler and Klnnej, well, you know,
iluy are all light. Kinney aud Col-
burn, well they are Just like two peas'
In a pod. If you put Kinney on one
side, ( olburti on the other, aud Dreler i
In the middle, I think Jim will have an'
answer to their question.' '
MAI) TALKS OF
Baraboo, Wis.. Mnrch 21. Jacob
Stclnmnn. who was taken to Waupuit
Saturday for burglary, mado a state
ment that he was an anarchist and
was present at the lodge meeting when
Czolgosz was seleotull to assassinate
President McKlnley nnd that ho was
the person who tied tho handkerchief
over Czolgosz' hand Just before the
shooting. He further says Emma
Goldman was one of four who Instlgat
ed nnd planned the murder of Presi
The Home Rulers held n mass meet
ing In I'nlon Square last night nnd had
some of the membf rs of the Portuguese
band parading the streets headed by a
number of boys enrryfug n banner on
which weie the words "Vote foi
Dreler was scheduled to speak but
as on all other occasions during tho
campaign, he failed to put In an ap
pearance before the meeting. Not
once has he appeared before the people
to state his views.
Democrats as well as Home Rulers
were at the Union Square meeting.
Among the speakers were Kaulla,
Clarke, Makalnat, John Wise and oth
ers. C. IC. Qulnn and Charles Crelgh
ton spoke for the Democrats anu
Franklin Austin announced lils'ullcgl
glance to the Home Rule party.
There was but one Interesting Inci
dent during the evening. Tho band
which was going the rounds with the
Dreler banner arrived on the scene ns
one of the speakers wns waxing elo
quent. He denounced this as one ot
the means employed by the Republi
cans in their attempt to crush the na
tives. When It was seen that the band
was a Home Rule provision the laugh
was on me speaker.
YOUR VOTE FOR HARRIS IS
MOANA HOTEL ARRIVALS
The following are the arrivals lately
registered at the Moana hotel: Capt.
Mahoney. Massachusetts; Mrs. M. D.
Cronln, U. S. A.; Bessie E. O. Hamway,
Manila: Wm. Bracket, i;. S. M.; C. J. T.
Clarke. I'. S. A.: L. S. Turner, V. 3. A.;
R I. Williams, V. S. M.; Dr. II. D.
Wilson, U. S A: Mrs H. I). Wilson,
N. I). Ho lges and wife. Mrs. Wyman,
New Yoik; Stanley N. Rodda, San
Francisco. A. W. Welsner, M. Tall,
Sydney; Edwaid Davis, C. A. Arnold,
London; T. Alolley, Percy Hudson,
Sydney; Oeo. 1). Gear, City; A. A.
Ileuriijues, Miss Henrlques. Austra
lia; W. P. Nichols. Miss Nichols. San
Fiaucia.o, Mrs. II, M. L. Walker, Phil
adelphia: Mrs. C. A. Hutchlns, Miss
Laura Hutchlns, San Francisco; John
T. Fisher. Jr., Providence; Gen. I.'. S.
Holllster. Denver; W. T. Klrkpatrlck.
Durango; T. Dunn, L'. S. N.j F. Mel
chers. C. Hreckwald, Bernhard Bruhn,
City; II. T. Arnold, n. Goodspced, New
York; Mlis C. L. Curran, Philadel
phia; Mrs. A. M. Gade, New Rochellc,
New York: .1. Sampstti, Shanghai;
Mary H. Smith. New York; C, M.
Wright aud wife. Philadelphia. .Mr.
and .Mrs. It. S. Whitehead, Ray White
head, Miss Helen Whitehead, Newark;
A. Gibson. New York; Mrs. E. A. Jud
son, .Miss C. D. Judson, jIIss S. P. Jud
son, S.tn Francisco; Dr. T. S. Rcntz.
lleikcley; A. E. KuUer. San Francisco;
C. E. Fluke, shanghai; W. Rnbfits.
New York; W. Eberhuus. Germany;
J. W. Peters. England; L. Brousslloff.
Russia; Miss A. J. Buchanan, Mrs. M.
S. Flench, Miss M. E, Steeve, New
York; F. S. Lelsenrlng, 2d I.t. II th
Inf.jS. Field Dallam 1st I.t., 5th Cav.;
Mrs. R. L. Scott, Illlo; .Miss D'O.tly.
Chrlitchurdi. N. 7,. Miss M. L. D'Oyly,
San Francisco. Mrs. L. Tompkins. Fish-wlll-on-HuiUon.
New York; .Mlsi
Tompkins, FIMiklll, New York; Mr,
and .Mrs. o. A. Soden. Chicago; B, A
Gould. New York; C. J. Parker. Chi
cago; I'. A Crobwnlte, London; A. H.
Stewart. Scotlaud: Miss E. IJ. Scrlpps,
Miss Virginia Scrlpps, San Diego;
Thos, C. Smith nnd wife, Alameda;
Mrs. A. W. Rumble. San Francisco;
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ehrlldi, City; Miss C.
Abraiuson, Oakland; Master Philip
TWO HOURS YET BEFORE THE
POLLS CLOSE. VOTE FOR HARRI8.
Thomas Square Concert.
The band will play the following sc
lections at a concert In Thomas Square
tills cveulni;. beginning at 7:3u o'clock'
Overture Italian In Alglcr ..Rossini
Fantasia In the Cathedral Kllng
Selection Roe of Sblras ..Kllenberg
Ko Leo. (hi .Ml I Ilia I Pua.
Miss I. Kelllaa.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
(c) Ka luuwal. (d) Kulwlllwlll.
Cornet Solo Hawaii Ponol (by re
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Waltz Beautiful May Strauss
Mazurka In Beauteous Bloom. Strasny
selection Fiddle Dee-Dee. .Stromberg
The star Spangled Banner.
NOV DUTCH CABLE.
New York, March 22. A srecial to
the Sun from Tim Hague rays: The
Government lu.t submitted to the Stats
General for Its approval a telegraphic
convention with Germany, which pro
vides for a Joint subsidy for it table
system to the Dutch colonies in the
Far East. It Is proposed to connect
tills lino at Monado. the Dutch capital
of the residency of the same name In
the Celebes, with tho projected table
connecting the United Slates and the
Philippines, In this way communica
tion can lie established to Em ope b
the way of Aiueileii.
Out of eveiy 10U pounds of paper
inanufactiiied in tho woild only six
pounds me made Into bookj,
has Imitators some dealers
will substitute II you don't
watch out. Be sure you get
Coke, the original guaranteed
cure for Dandruff, falling hair,
scalp exema, etc. A dash
on the hair after bathing pre
vents colds. Awarded medajs
and all honors at Paris Expo,
sltion over all competitors.
Sold Everywhere, uook about It tree.
"Coke Dandruff Caro In unlrcrflallr
UM by lBralr of ConRTwu.
"John W. Kraii. Foreman nf nttlctal
barber, Huuao of ItepreaenUtlree."
A. K. BKEAIBR CO., CIIICAOO.
& Toilet Soap
cleans the hair and scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
for the bath,
FOR SALE BY HOBRON DRUO CO.
Fort and King Sts.
Briglit's Disease and Diabetes
Are Positively Curable.
(San Francisco Examiner.
J. J. Carey Is well known In Vnllcjo.
Three months ags hu was sent home
from one of San Francisco's largest
hospitals as Incurably ill with Diabe
tes, the physicians In chargo telling
hi m ho could not recover. Ills Bister
thereupon came down to this city to
Investigate the Fulton treatment, with
tho result that she took back with her
he Diabetic Compound and put him
on It. Having exhausted tho hospital's
efforts before considering the Fulton
Compounds, ho was In such an ex
treme condition we feared to give her
too much hope, simply Baying it was
still possible for him to recover, not
withstanding the apparently hopeless
outlook, Ab further supplies of the
Compound were procured up there, we
lost track of the case. On Tuesday of
last week (March 11) Carey himself
walked Into our offlco and told us ho
wns the man who could not recover.
Said he: "My thirst Is all gone, tho
parched throat troubles mo no longer,
the palpitation has disappeared. I am
sleeping like a boy, and am up and
around agam as usual and getting bet
ter nnd stronger every day. I now be
lieve you can euro Diabetes, and you
hnvo my permission to uso my name
anywhere." (Note This is the see
on incurable case from this same hos
pital wo have taken within three
months nnd put on tho road to recov
ery, the other being a case of Briglit's
Medical works agree that Briglit's
Disease and Diabetes nro Incurable,
but 87 per cent nro positively recover
ing under tho Fulton Compounds.
(Common forms of kidney complaint
offer but short resistance.) Prlco, fl
for tho Briglit's Dlseaso and $1.G0 for
the Diabetes Compound. John J. Ful
ton Co.. -120 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, sole compounders.
The Fulton Compounds can bo pro
MRS. L. S. MESICK,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
nt 3D South School Street. Honolulu.
Island dealers supplied upon appli
cation to the agent.
Descriptive pamphlet mailed freu.-
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
CN BB GIVrS'iN OU OF WAT$R, Tt CR COfTEB
U IIHOUT MATIEM'S KNOWLtUGt.
White Ribbon RfrceJy will cure or destroy the
dlecJ appetite for alcoholic stimulant, whether
tin patient a confirmed Inet-rljtf. "a tlrrf-"
vkIjI drinker ur drunkard Impossible for anun
ttiluvean appetite fur alcoholic liquor after Uklnc
While Ribbon Remedy.
isnoftsrn nv nrntRS or w. c. t u,
Mrs A. M. Tountrnd, Secretary of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union: writes : ' I lue tested
White Ribbon Remedy on my obttlnate drunkard,
and tho cure rue been many. In many caws the
Remedy was ictvcn wcrelly I cht erfully recommend
nnd Indorse WhlU Ribbon Remedy, A'emhTS nf our
Union are delighted to find a rractical and eiunumlcal
reatirtT.t to aid us tn our temperance work "
I)ruirstt eer)wru-rr, or by mail, $i pf-r box,
Trial pail" free by writing or calling on Mrs. I;.
C MtJORF.Co Sup. Ire W. C. T U .Ventura,
Cat Sold in Hcnolulu by Holllster Drug Cu., Ltd ,
Tho puro Juice of tho California
Orapo Fruit carbonated by us.
Delicious refreshing nnd health
ful. Delivered at
tho dozen In tho city limits.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co,, Ltd,
USB VOTINO MACIIINKS.
New York, March 28 Voting ma
chines may bo uted ut future election
in New York city. The question of
udnptlug the machines was discussed
ut length at a meeting of the Hoard of
Ulectlon Commissioners today and It
wai announced afterward that tho
president of tho Hoard, who has hither
to stooil alone In opposition, has given
his consent. It will cost tho city about
fOOO.OOU to install the machines.