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Kntlre new stock
Utlisone with choice of Tires Saddle,
No bettor value eer offered In Uley
cles tlmn tills
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
miLEim ULOCK, TORT STREET.
6E0. A. MARTIN, Tailor, Boslon Building.
A MAJORITY OF 207
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the i5cniT.il election
Total Vote Harrli Wins. I
The total vote polled was l."55 when
the tno't conservative estimates pl.ie.ecl
the total at 2U0O at least.
The total ote for Harris was 8SI anil
lor JJrcler 64. phlnc the Uepnlillcan
candidate a majority of 207 utcs.
In every prnlnet the vote showed the
growing "popularity of the Republican
party. The result of the ballot shows
In the First, Third. fourth and Fifth
precincts, which the Advertiser askca
Its readers to watch. pajltiK particular
attcctiou to the Klfth. a ery laig"
percentage of Itepubllcan Rain over the
figures of the general election.
Where Credit It Due.
And to whom Is the success of the
Jlenublkan laudld.ite due? To such
workers an J I) McVeigh. Ed Tow
E. A. Mmt-Smlth. S.im Johnson
Angus. J. H Klsher l II Wolff J. V.
Cooke. Lorrln Andrews. (' II. Wilson,
Andrew Uiown. Clarence Ciahbe. Will
C. KIur. John M Ken with the assist
ance of the oltlrers of the Pourtli Ills
trill committee and each and every
member of the Territorial committee
Such men us these can ruiry anj lie
publican campaign In the Fourth Ills
rlctas was shown by the eleitlon es
teicUy. There was a massing of force
Slid the whole campaign went with a
vJm that the combined forces of the
Home lute and Demociatic partlei
(ould not withstand.
Organization Won It.
The Republican woikers were at
their posts i.irl) with each captain .1
corps of wotkeis. supplied with convey
.lilies or various kinds Each man had
a llfct of cuers and the men of Repub
lican nip.it hies were taken to the
polls It was this kind ci organlred
effort that won the d.i) for the Re
HcadquarteiH in the Elite 11111111111,-;
xiere kept open thrciiighout the da. the
oJBcers and J. D. Aver assistant see
rrtarj of the Territorial committee bo
iii on hand to answer all questions
Through the kindness of the Mutual
Telephone Co., a desk telephone ai
Installed In headquarter tills convent
tnee aiding materially In the direction
ajf the work In the various precincts.
So heartily was the kindness on tho,
part of the Mutual Telephone Co ap'
predated that, at a meeting of tho
Fourth District committee last night,
a vote of tlinnks was tendered the com-j
pany for its courtesy In Installing tho
desk telephone free of charge. I
At 6:15 p m., Iieadquarters lecelved'
the vote In the third precinct. Next
lame Walmanaln and b fl o'clock all
the returns were In. lly 5 o'clock. Re
publicans began to gut hoi in headquar
ters until when the last letums weie
rccclied, the loom was packed.
Hurrah for Harris.
When It was seen that ll.inis wai
surely elictiit. theie was a succession
of three cheers and Mr I Ian Is. lu re
sponse to the many calls foi a speech,
got up on n table and flunked each
and every one of the Republican woik
ers for their part lu the success of tho
campaign. Ho stntid once moie that
to stood firmly on the Republican plat
form and would continue to do fco to
the best of his ability.
Air, Harris, membeifc of the Fourth
District and Territorial committees
aud other Republicans went to tho
Union Grill after the returns had been
reitired. There were about fifteen
Kuthered around one of the Inige tound
Fourth District Committee.
I-ater on, a meeting of the Fnmth
District committee was held In head
quarters. Mr Harris made anothei
apeeih again thanking the Republican
vorLers who had canled him to vie
A resolution of thanks to the Hullo
tin und Star was adopted.
At this same meeting, It was dt t bled
to hold a giand idtlflcailon meeting in
Uiuniu Squire nt 7 30 o'clock tomoriow
(Friday) night and the Committee on
Cauipalgu was empowered to go ahead
nnd make arrangements.
The committee got together today,
secured the services of tho Hawaiian
band and now makes the following an
nouncement to all Republicans:
"Every loyal Republican Is expected
to turn out to a grand ratification
meeting In Emma Square at 7.30
o'clock Filday einlng, Apiil 11
of Hie reliable
some of the best spenkeis of the pait
'I'iivIouh to the meeting In Emma
Square theie will be a massing of the
lteptibllian otcis of the rnurtli Uls
tiict hj pice Inc Is, on Palace Hciu.ue A
prniesslon will be formed at 7 p in.
and. headed by the band, theie will be
a tilumphul march thiough the city
streets to Emma Squate.
"Eveiy Itepubllcan "of the Fourth
District should be ou hand and a cor
dial Imitation Is hereby especially ex
tended to nil Republicans of the Fifth
C. 11. WILSON.
John m. ki:a.
WM. 11. coni:v.
With Other Partlei.
The Home Rulers and Democrats aro
saving nothing toda for there Is 1e.1l
1 nothing to say. The Home Ruleri
attribute their defeat to n lark of or
Bmm OF WINS
IN I.I.S.N. CM
There aie soveul stoi les ullo.it about
the olllcers of the liter Island Co and1
.n. ,.r the... is in the elTec t that W O .'.
Smith is to succeed to the presidency.
Piesldeiit John Euu was Keen this
morning and replied as follows to a
numbei of cpicstloiu
"I resigned at the uimiul meeting of
the lnter-Isl.ind Co last month anil'
It ii .iu il in I 1i it ti Miit 1 1 tn it Id iKwt twitm '
l KM,! 1H V I'lVII (IV 1MMI !' 1 iimirliv
in lion on this lesigniitlnu and the regu
lar election until April 11.
"As I unileistaiid It. the Inter-lskui I
Co Intends to make u change in til
method of carr.ving cm Its woik I .mi
at the piesent time the piesldeiit an I
business manager of the compaii) and
the Iloaiil of Dliectcus Is onlv appealed
to In spec lal Instance!!.
'The new plan Is to put In 0 N II
ui as tho piesldeiit of the ccimp.ui
with I I Dowsett as tho vice piesldent
a( lt u n,.,K r m s Oiinliniim ft
Co as geneial managei the uffnlis ol
the company to be at all times subject
to the direction of tho llojid of Dliee
tois. a thing that has novel been dopn
Mr. Enu Is going away to the Coast
next mouth and for that le.ison has
consldeied it best to hand In Ills leslg
Iluton ng t Nu,uld be Impossible for
him to illicit the nffalis of the com
paii) from the other side of the l'.icllle.
SCHOOLS W SHARKS
At about noon tin- fiiui -masted
schooner Aluiiiua ai lived In port ntter
A trip of li.l da.es fiom Newcutle She
brings a c.iigo of I3H, tons of coal cop
signed to the Hawaiian Elccliic Co
The Alumna's inastei Captain l..iiisun,
Is oidlmiill) the pent captain foi thn
Simpson I. umbel Co In San Fi.iuclscn
but some I lino ago bo felt like taking
a sniff of s.ilt nli ii n;i 111 so with Mis
I.nuson lie embiukeil on the tiip fiom
Oiegou to South Afilca and fiom theie
In Newiastle. He Is on his way home
after completing a cllciiit of tho globe
Edgai S Simpson, n son of the owner,
Ik on the Alumna as her second mate
The trip from Newiastlo was veiy
tedious and uneventful Captain I..111
sou chose tho lusblo passage, coming
through the various South Sea Islam!
groups. Calms picrallcd piactlcally
all the way.
The equator was crossed on almost
the same time as the sun. namely, ou
March 22, nnd foi some 1 1 1110. the heat
overhead was almost iinhc.uable as the
vessel llteially followed the sun.
The Alumnn airlved oft Hawaii ten
clays ago. On the passage iTuough tho
gioup. enoimnus schools of shacks fol
lowed the vessel aud as they weie
hooked fastei than the could be tak
en on board illtj weie lesoited to with
'I he Alumna is now lying at the
Kekuauoa wbaif whcie she will dU
Father Valentin this 11101 nine celo
biated this thiit) ninth annlvuisarv 01
Ills Iditli li botc.ming a cltUen of tin?
United States Judge Estee putting tho
poputai priest und musician through
the formalities His full name is Val
entlii II Fiaiitks, and sunny Ilelgluin
tho land ol bis nativity.
The Dulletln, 75 cents per month.
CLUBS PUTTING FORM
SOME SPLENDID TEAMS
Kamehameha Have Strong Combination
But Fight for Victory Will Be
Hard Punahou Has
Tho done nppruach of the Roys'
llilgade field day and the flno weather
which bus prevailed lately la spurring
tne various athletic organizations
which aie to enter team for the cients
Into hard efforts Toi supreinncy and
It Is now practically assured that tho
field day despite tho fact that It has
had to be postponed twice, will bo n
The chaneei at present seem to
stand lu favor of the Knmohamelia
ljnyn. who aro to enter n icry stiong
team, but the Mnllcs may also make a
bid for fame while I'linnhoiiR, despite
a seilos of reverses, still has a fight-Ol
, , , , ,. I.i
mg cnance nnu cms iv "" iiii-un ri-m
up tho hope of iitury.
The wlthdiawal of tho II. A. C.'s has
reduced tho number of contesting
teams to five, but tho best men of that
club will not be absent fropi the field
as the have been picked up by tin
Mnllea nnd tho Kamehamehas
The Artillery team Is sontfivhnt o(
an unknown iUiuitllJ nnd It is not
Miown wlint thej really can do. It Is
said that they have scfme irno'. men,
but It is not known In what condition
The Y M C A. will enter some goon
men. but this organization Is hnnipur
ed by the fact that raan of Its best
men be long to and will enter for othei
clubs In the city.
The Knmohameha people hnvo greal
expectations for nearly all the events
- .cy expect Akana to win tho 100 and
the 220 yard clashes and Schnrsch tho
410 run. Tboy bold Hardee good foi
both mo high and low hurdles and ex
pect that Ilaidee will take the honor
In botk the high Jump nnd pole vault.
I'll Is supposed to bo good for tho
broad Juvp, whllo they pin their faith
to Kauai on tho hammer throw nnd
shot Tint. Richards is another good
mnu for the shot put.
Tuc Kamehamehas are also pretty
suro of winning the iclay luce and
with good reason, as they aro putting
iip-iin eveedlngly strong tenm which
it will lie hnid for any of the other
clubs to beat. In some of the events
the Kams may bo reckoning without
their host. If Miller of tho I'unahous
for instance. U In good trim he ought
lo win the high Jump and high bin dies,
and Duffle of the Malles may provo to
bo good nt tho hammer although ho
nt piesent U on unknown quantity.
1'ulio or tho Mnllcs may also provo a
'"'Iter man than Kauai at the shot put.
! Tho Pniiuhniia linvn. filnen tbn nnfit
ponement of the event from tho day
first glen, wot with very hard lurk
which has tcduced their team cousld
I'inlily In stiongtb Humes, upon
nKim tiny weie banking for tho polo
vault, lie having made 11.4 nt tho L'nl-
versltj of Washington, has gono to
Manila Miller the crack high hurdler
and high Juniper, who won both these
events In tin- meet with tho Kamoha
melns,, stinlned n muscle In his leg v
doing so one', although ho will enlet
his Injuiv Is nut as U well nnd may
provo injurious to his pciformanco.
Williamson, who should have done tho
I,,., hiti.ll.it. ntiil ltftii, unterntl In fhn
relav. has a bad cold which has forced j
him to quit training and may keep him 1
Horn, entering auoccther. Charley
Dole, who has cute led for fli events,
lias stialnid a inusclo In his leg nnd
may consequently not show up as well
ns usual: whllo Campbell, who wai
good In tho polo vault and the broad
Jump and Allen, who got second In tho
one ball mile at tho Knniohameha
meet nave boli withdrawn their en
tries the former on nc count of illness.
As It Is. Ilrown, Rye roll. Hums nnd
Marcallino will cover tho long dis
tance events. Robinson will do tho
low buidles and Is expected to got n
place. Hapai will tr the high hur
dles but Is pretty small for this event
Renear and Ilojlo will enter foi tho.
shot put. A ationg bid will be mndo
1 1... ...1 I.... u .. Ill ..... l. .!
1111 CIIU It'lltj IUIL' IIUC JL .till IIUl )L- IIV
cldid until Just befaio tho event, when
ho men who liuve held out tho best
lll bo enteiod.
''lie Y M C A are entering R. S.
Vleisou and Majull foi tho splints.
Muynll will also iftfer for tho mile,
"ihlcb ho used to do RlflxcsHfully in
EiiKlaml, while ho Is a new man at tho
slioit distances. Piorsuu Is suffcilng,
roni 11 Mpilueil ankle but if tills does
not bothei bl 111 bo is good for a place..
Ken is consldeied good for a place in '
iiio 44u nnd tho half mile, whllo Oss,
who Is n gicon man but who lias
been putting up some good work, will
do the mill-. Ewullko may get a plar; j
In the high Jump. Ho, Hopper audi
I'll 1 son will try the bioad Jump, Hop
pel In Ing coikhhlt'icil especially good
For the shot put Ewullko, Hutch and
Ham have enteiod. Ham has put the
li! pound shot 4u feet In his time, but
It Is not known whether ho Is able to
do so now.
Tho Malles expect to enter Rrure
Hopkins for the 100 nnd the 220 yard
splints Hopkins wcuks for the lnll
load and It Is hoped that he can get
off. Fen the (matter mile Punobu and
Sidney Crook are to enter. Punnhu Is
11 very good man while Crook Is hoped
to hnvo Impinved since his peccadillo
In tho relay lace last year For tho
half mile. Anderson nnd Sherwood
have cnleied while lien Clark, who Is
coiihldi-ied a crack, will do the mile.
I'uho and Ewullko will try for the shot
1'iibo Is consldeied a very good man
Cocket and Holt .will do the hurdle
ami .Mi Duffy, n San Fiuutieco boy who
Is said to have clone good woik on tli
Coast, will throw the hammer
s has been i-een fiom tb eforegolng
Ihcic will bo some putty good men en
tered from tho different dubs nnd tho
conic ht foi victor) Is sine to ho a haul
contested one. The iclaj raco especial
ly will bo a good one and taken all In
all it is now- piactlcally nssmed that
the field day w ill be a great success nnd
it Is hoped that the ennimunlt) will
support tho iiffait to Its utmost extent
espec billy ns tho purpose of It Is to pro
vide the city with a playground which
Is a thing much needed.
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Wadneidty 9 4 4$ 1 8
4 6 t9 08 II tt
Tfiursdijr 10 j l 1 t 4.n m
II II I
Friday 11,01516 j 41 1
I II r
Saturdiy tt 1 94 t 8 6 40 11 ct
Sunday M S S 1 1) ;a
1 1 I a
Monday 14 9 19 '. 9 " 1 t 4
New moon on the 8th nt 3.20 n. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Bnncy Tables.
The tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho'
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
mat of tho meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whlBtlo ...ovs at 1:30 p. m whlca
Is tho same as Greenwich, On 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
onico located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit freo of charge, completo sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
,atest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather llurcau. I'unahou. April 10.
Temperature Morning mlnlmil v
;, Midday maximum. 80.
Uarometer nt fl a. m. .10.01. Falling
Dew l'olnt 01F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 17 per cent .
l, 1 tt ..I ol...nl utnllnn Anflfl
IJlllimjIlll llVtHI aiKlllll Oiuiiv", !'
10. Weather clear; wind light M..
Thursday, April 10.
Stmr. Koauhou, Mosher, from Knuat
poits, at 9 a. m.
Am. Bchr. Alumna, Sanson, w unjs
Thursday, April 10.
Stmr Wnialoalc, I'iltz, Tor Sleelc and
Stmr. Sclma, Nnpala, for Maul and
S. S. Moann, Carey, for Victoria and
S. a. Alamcdn, Hcrriman, for San
Am. bg. Consuclo, Jacobsen, for the
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Eleclo,
llanapepc, Makawcll, Walmca nnd Kn
kaha, at ! p. m.
Stmr. John Cummins, Searle. for
The Duchess of Cleveland has decid
ed to sell tho ancient nnd decoratlvo
fuinltine in Ilattle Abbey, England's
most famous lesldence, which was ic
ccntlv disposed of.
England owns 7030 of tho 14 07?
steamers belonging to tho twelve lead
Ing nations of Europe and America.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular j
House, 12I'J Foit St., $1.50 per week up. i
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANKS.
M'. Marv V. Hiwklns and fumik
tike tins mem of thanking the manv
1(l J frlej!- f"r w,lm'( a" J M mp.ilhv
in tliei' lite bereavement
a collution of
of Life and Scenes in
SAMOA, HAWAII and
JAPAN by : . :
: THEODORE WORES
' , ... i.iuii i. ii
1 "" " "iiiuinvii c l"6 n.a
ROOMS of the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd
Dully from O n. ni. till 4. p. m.
GRAND - CONCERT
APRIL 12th, at 8:15 p.m.
J. H.Amme, Violinist
Assisted by Mrs. Annls Montague Tur-1
ner. Miss Carrie Castle, Mrs. C. D. i
Cooper, Mrs. J. W. Yarndley, under
the direction of W. D. Adams.
TlckeUW5c and $1, for sale at Wall,
A profusion of nltractlvo walctingi comprising all the popular
weaves Is here TaBteful patterns In washable fabrics, some In strong
cloths, some in tho always deslrabl milium weights, and maTiy gauzy
tissues apparentlj created for Hiw-ai .
An extmslve lino of patterns fjr mon'3 slflrts, the colors best
known to the art. We aro making a special display of theso goods
I.tulles who have not tho time or tb Inclination to make waists
should bear In mind the "Geisha Shirt Waist" undoubtedly the larg
est stock ever shown this far from New York. We sell Geisha Waists
at Eastern prices.
Wo are opening this week a Iarg- line of
Bands, Insertions, Allovers, In Chiffon, Venlse,
also new Toscan Nets and Fancy Veiling
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Hob It got a moldy ba It-number,
aged sort of Bmell that takes away
otir appctlto for that thick, Juicy
Ueak you would ha. 3 otherwise en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will create an appetite not
take It away. Bettor than any spring
tonic made. It li pure sweet and
fresh as a daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Young man to attend clgir
stand Apply Fashion Cigar Stand
'A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A small
ensh payment and only $15 per
, month will got ou n nice house an 1
I lot ou Kunawnl load til l.illha St
I Few lots left, lunatic soon P. E
I It Slrauch. 2 Cnmiiboll lilk 310 Forf
I St 2118-2
And Every Evening This Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
THIS EVENING-LAST TIME
The Girl I Lelt Behind Me
Special Scenery and Effects.
I FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND
Alutlnce Prices, IS and 2f ccntH
Seats Now on Sale.
Orpheum Popular Prices 25c, 50ct-75c
First Anniversary Ball
F. O. E.
Will be Given In Progress Hall on
MONDAY, APRIL 14th,
AT 8:30 O'CLOCK.
Tickets to be had Horn mimbers.
Fred. L. Waldron
I P O, Box 553; Tel Dluo 731: Room
i 3, Sprockets nuildlt.2.
Signor MaMiiKiiI tho eompciMM ot
"C.ivulleila Ituetlciinn," bin- n posltlvu
mania for watches, of which he Is said
alivavs to cnriy three lu his pocket).
One Is of gold, with his monogiam lu
diamonds .another is of silvir. and tho
third, wlili b Is of huge propoi tlous Is
Arabian and Swiss,
W I. k' o?e.e eJ b the Superintendent
f Pubiu Work- until I p.m. of Thursday,
April :4tl , 1932, for 800 Feet of 10-Iiuh
Asphaltum Covered Well Casing, i-io
inch Flange, and i-to Inch Flange Valve,
t be Jeli.ereJ f.o.b. wharf, Lalulna.
The Superintendent reserves the right
t reject anv in J all blJ.
JAMES H. BOYD.
SLperintenJent of Public. Work.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Honolulu, Apiil I
I. f ABLES ESQ has tills dn been
appoint-.! COMMISSIONS to enm-
Ino Exhibits and Affairs of Incorporat
ed Companies for the Territory of Ha
waii. - X I) SCrtlMOEOUK, de
cease.! -WM 11 WRIGHT.
SHI , ' 10 11 Secretary
Ideal-, ar all right, but fncts nnd fig
ures are mo: reitaule unci satisiactoiy.
It is a fact that our optical woik Is
giving eutlie satisfaction
It's a taet that we have no com
plaint no Mcl.ers", no dissatisfied
Our Ideals of tho optical business
arc high oui piices low; our woik
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May . Co.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Madame A. Sclioellkupf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or nrlvate lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel Ot,
opp. Adventlst Chu-ch.
All Lovers of the Sport
ni.- i..ii,tpil to roKlntei theli
State or Teiiltot at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub '
llshed In the Territory. Sixteen and I
twenty pages. $1 a year. j
65 Queen St.
ON FRIDAY, APRIL lllh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
at my salesroom, 05 Queen St., I
will sell at Public Auction
Bureaus, Dining Tabic,
Bedsteads and Chairs, also
I Fine Roller Top OMtcc Desh,
Lot of Ferns
JAS. F. MORGAN,
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, C5
COTTAGE on Garden lane. Tarlor,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and bath.Kcnt $33 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, C5 Queen
TWO - STORY HOUSE In tho Mo
Cat thy tract, Ueretanla street, be
tween I'tlkol and Kceaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QueeM St
pfrv I .KM,