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Kntlro now stock of Die rellablo
CLEVELAND CHAIN WHEELS Just
llti)K one, with choice of Tires, Saddle,
No better nlue ever offered In lllcy
den thnn this,
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
KIILERS HLOCK, lORT STRUI'.T.
E. A. WILLIAMS
1120 FORT STREET
BLACK I-HON I".
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building,
REPUBLICANS ARE LOYAL
TO TUB PARTY
IS BIS RATIFICATION RALLY
(Continued from page 1.)
a young ninn who was willing to lahu
nil the standard of his part and beat
it on ami up to ttttory This shows
that the people are Intent upon ad
vancing Mr Andrews proceeded Thlt
Indicates thut the people icallzc Hint
the) must lollow President Roosevelt,
tu working Tor the development of the
Territory along Amerlinn lines. Thu
Kepuhllcati part has Mood for Ameri
canism for man eurs -not the Amer
kauNin of it cheap charlatanism, but
the Amcrltiinlmn that has bionght
Amerlin out of the throes of n-gient
ar fort -ars ago to become what
e believe lo be the gieatest nation in
the worm. Do not go Into the paity
ilioM- fnc is lownid the sunset, but
stand for the party whose futuiu
means Hie prosperity of the nation anil
the Ii It-lit i-1 development of these Isl
amis l.t us go Into this work with a
determination that we slttill win
All the People.
Mr Koberthon, In Introducing the
next MH'Uker. ald It was a mistaken
bleu that the Itep'tflMlcan party uns u
party for the white man and thnt the
Home Utile party was the party for
the natives. The Hi-publicans num
bered among thetn home of the most
Intellectual nml wenlthy of the Hawaii
an people. Mi Kn-nc. wh'ti would now
addiess them, was a worihy repiesent
atlve of his rate.
S. I. Ka-ne Sioke of the devotion
of Uio K'Ople to their public Interests
as Illustrated by their attendance at
meatings without regard to rain and
mud that prevailed during the cam
paign. He asked why the iTome Hol
ers had pasted over the two Princes,
also representative Hawnllans like I.l
llkatan and Hush, to choose for their
candidate a man who had not even
registered as a voter and was disquali
fied to sit in the I.egTslnture. The Ito
publfcans had chosen a young man,
reared and uliicnted among them.
Abraham I.enlH was Introduce,! ns
an Bblo public speaker and esteemed
niemlK-r of society. I late had been
here but n short time and represented
the new blood wliU.li was bound to
rgrently Increase tlie stiengtb of tho
Kepiibllcan party tit eveiy miiier-dlng
Mr. I.ewls mlil that It was well for
the men of the party to get tog'ther
and consult over the vlctoiy. for they
i ould thus talk of the results of Hitch
a success. The victory showed that
there was not n distinction of nice or
tolor, of affiliation or class, nil were
represented In the throng which gath
ered to express their Joy over the ver
dict of the ballots. The people know
that tho Itepitbllcnn party Is the one
which will work. It Is the party
which will not fritter away Its time,
but will legislate wisely and well. Thn
election, too. shows the rising Influ
ence of the young men. On tho Main
land everywhere the young men are
coming to the front. In tho late wur
when father nnd son went from the
bench antl desk nnd field to the buttle
fields our oung President was found
with a regiment of oung men about
him, men from the university and the
range, and their blood Is sprinkled
over the battlefields and tint pages of
hlktory for nil time. When San Fran
rlsco wanted n new chattel Ii elm led
a jciuiiK man for Mioor. who saw the
business through eiedltnbly.
This community needed young nieit
Of good. rich, led blood. Who was
moil fitted to repiesent the people
than a ottug man educated In their
schools' The election of Mr Harila
showed that when the ItepdTillc-nn par
ly worked together It could win. rt
was h straw that showed how the lie.
publican could win the general elec
tion in the fall. It showed that, the
community realized the Important o of
belnK In 81-mpnthy with the Adminis
tration at Washington. The Teirltory
-wirntg money for Kb harbors and other
public works. .Mr. I.ewls leferied to
OI'PICI! OPUN DAY AND NlfillT,
caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
cltiss fimbitlmer from S. P.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL. MAIN 179.
the l'aclllc us toe scene of America's
future battles, both martial and torn
merilttl. Ily our holding up tho Re
public nn party's banner here, they at
( Washington would see that llnwall
wns making Itself worthy of being
placed as a stni- In tho firmament ot
'that glorious flng.
Dad Home Rule Policy,
i Itcpii-Kcntntlvv Jonah Kumulae n-
'ccivt-il an enthusiastic gu-etlng. Ho
liompnied the victor) of Ilnrils with
'that ol David ovel tioliai'i. lu thu
last I.iulslature the Homo Killers hail
ever) opportunity to carry out their
I'Jntfonn nnd bud fulled when thelis
hnd been the chance to uit. The He
ptibllcnns hud no ehnuce, but eveiy
good thing tney had tmggcsfTM hud
i been killed by the Home Killers. Let
the Keptiblliuus have a majority In
the next l.eglslatiue and the people
would find that they bud good govern
ment nssuretl He uigeil the people
not to believe what they ilad In thu
llnwallau press, as the only purpo.
of those pnpeiH was to keep nllve hat
p-il r the hnole. "iho time hud ttuim
when the people should accept the Ite
publican patty mid thu occasion wa-i
the piiKi-in time, lie sulci the peoplo
nhiiulil not be led nwuy by the niati
who biuggi-d that li hnd pmpoHcd u
gambling bill, for had that bill passed
Its lesult would have been the ruina
tion of families nnd the bilnglni; of
poveity to many homes, llo hoped
:hat i-v.-iy one would be a Hcpiihllcnn.
1 Fifth District Helped.
, The c hull mail pointed with pride to
,lhe assistance lecelved from lenders
j In the Hith Dlsltlct. Let him Intro
duce, ns one ol tlit-gu helpers, T. Me
Cants Stew mt.
I .Mr. Stewart began by repeating the
,0111 sn)ing or Lincoln, that you may
.fool all the people some ol the time,
jsome of On- people nil the lime, but
poll cannot Tool all the people all the
time. Ho lefened to the history ot
j the llnwnilun lace and the character
of the kings, nml said that he had
piophesled that the result ot tho elec
tion would depend upon whether tho
piople could be fooled Into voting for
it man who isiuhl not sit. Ho snld
'many people hud veiled for Wilcox be
cause they had been pwmlsed that If
elected the monarchy would be reslor
cd but the people round themselves
fooled. Again Wilcox hnd said thnt If
elected to Congiess fie would cotiin
buck as (Invciiiiii-, vet If tncie was a
ihance that Dole might bo lemovrd ll
was ii till ji that his hiiticHsor would
not in- u Home Ruler, ami again thn
people were fooled. Hi said that ho
thought Wilt ox would come back und
tell the people thut the only thing Ihey
could do whs to ulTlllate with the Re
publican puity. which wus the party
of progress. It (lovernor Dole should
lemnln In office, he said, IT would bn
the duty of nil to sttppoit him. to Ig
noru Dolelsm nnd nntl-DoMsm. und
all stand on u plutlorin or Republic all
ium. The speaker caused much laughter
In his good telling ot u foiecastle )nru
about a pnriot tinlned aboard ship and
afterwaid coming Into possession of a
ileigymnn. As tho new owner had
Just carried out his Ihreut of ducking
the bird In u p.ill of water for naughty
langiiuge. ho wus utteily confounded
by the lemuik of the parrot on shak
ing Its plumage, "Vliei In the devil
weie you when the cyclone Mine);
us?" The point of course was the
palulul Home Rule sin prise of Wed
nesclnv evening. Mr Stewnit spoke
nl the contpielieiislve llberallt.' of tho
Kouith District Republican tugnnU.i
Hon Although It hail been nccm-cd of
being Inimical lo the Teirltorlnl ml
mlulslintion It had picscntcd ns one
of Hut speakers that evening Mr. Lew
Is law pailnei or W. O. Smith, one
of the men ueaiest to (ioveillot Dole
I hey bad ulso listened to Mr All
iliews. attorney lor tho AiTvettlset
and now they eie being addressed b;.
one whose name tho Advertiser set
dom ib-lgniil to mention In Its news
of events wlieieln be hail a part. Next
lull a united Republican piuty would
send a Delegule to Washington and
would ensitie Iho iuuilguinlloil of a
complete s)Hem of municipal govern
ment, (Applause.) Here tonight
vvcro the blown man and the w lilt o I
man nnd ti colored man commingling
with them. The llepubllcnn party hnd
on tne colois, mi that they could mnko
a beautiful bouquet. (Laughter.) Lot
them make up that beautiful bouquet
and the day would come when not enly
the nation but the whole world would
see In tneso fnlr Island what Lincoln
called "government of the people, by
tlio people and for the people."
Not All Lawyers.
Ml Robertson until tliey must not
haw the Idea that the pnity had noth
ing but lawjors. after listening to
Dole's nttoiney by pioxy, nnd the Ad
vertiser's attorney nml the nllnrney
whosc nnme the Advettlscr usually
(irlnted In white Ink. iLatiKliter.) He
desln-d to Introduic a ninn wim could
rllliK n but; of iiiiKar as easily ax tbo
Inwycis lould hIIuk (nil;.
William Olepiiu. tin- silver tongucd
stevi-dnie, was loudly eheeied on re
fpondlnt? to the foregoing Introdue
tlon. lie sold that It hud been alleg
ed by (he Home ltulois. Hint the Ho
publican party was tho missionary
party. This was not true, ns every
one knew Olepau and knew that he
was not n missionary, ilia title wai
made up only by the Home ltuleis to
deceive the oters, that they wight
gain their own ends. He compared the
case of the people following the Homo
Hours to the blind lending the blind.
,i t Z. .ii fii r.i "'I" ncb of the U. S. Hydrogrnphlc
.m.."LHr t'1"y..n,"M a ,nU '""iOlllee located In tho Merchants' Ex-
TV , ""'"" "" """" I
mented the Hcpubllcjuis on taking one
of their young men and making him n ,
candidate and electing him, nnd said
this waBjiist what the Home Itulers '
did not do. As to the Inst r.rglslature
be said It wait run on the "pTan of get-1
Ing all that (ould be bad. nnS then,
certnln members would go off ami play
die fa. The Itepiibtlcnn party wai the
pint) of nil classes. Its (loots were not
dosed to any one.
Thanks of Organization.
iiiMnci cjiiniiman (lenr closed lht,
meeting with n Tew words. He said I
on behalf of the I'ouilli Dlstrfct. Com-1
mlttee he wanted to mink the work-1
I ers who had fieely given tlielr lime lo
the work ol doing what they could lo
bring about the ristilt. The lie mo
,nats who bud seen the erior of Ihelr
jw-ivs the Home Killers wli.i had 'urn-
' , .1 .-..1... A...1.1 . .. .
i io wic i "Km anu nnniiy in tue rank
111-1 file of the Ki'ptibllcun patty, ho
tei'ileled the thanks of the commute
tor the victory they hnd made posclble.
IMinlly he pioposed three cheers (or
ltrpiesenlntlve W. W .Harris, w'i e i
fcitliwlth resounded thioiuu the '.own.
I tlif management of the mce'lnq
I was In the hands or C. 11. Wilson.
fhalrmnn of the commute" which has
nr.-r.nged nil the meetings of the cam-
I Albany, X. Y., .March 30. The qtiur
terly bulletin of the New York Stato
J Department ot Labor shows thut for
, the bint quarter ending January 1
j 1H02. the decreased Idleness In build
! Ing, clothlne, and baking trades win
uuiiccuute. a tame hiiowh Hint in Will
n -! in..M.i.o. ,, i.i...- ....i...... ..i.. J
ed u wckl) iiclclltlcm to their wages of
tSfi.MJ-, v.hlcb Is ciulvulent to an ml -
1 came of st.73 inch ii..,- ,w...l. -it,,, ii,..
, latfie sc
ale system of pensions foi sii-'
ate.l en.plojcs In the Slate haa
bull etiiiiuted by the Mi-tlopollttin
Htieet Ituilwuy ot New Yoik city. At
'the uge of "o ctrK vmp1o)es will L-ii
jiitlml cm pensions. Those who have'
bic-n In the suvlce of the coinp.inyl
IU.,lilV.lW ,,U -.-. .....
r it.- .,, u , , .,' ""''H.ml bus seven chlldien. 73 grnndchll
of their wigis. and for thliD-flva (i , ,3i, K,cnt.grandcblldre,,. and I
cais n-rvl.e a pension amounting to . ,,i,.ut.K(.ut-giaiidchlldren.
10 per lent of wages. 4
Immigration at the port of New'
I vork bus bi-en liicictsliig iiipldl). Tho
number of urilvuls lu the foiitth ipiar
tei- of I'wil wus M.iJJS. as compainl
with "-(,432 one yi-,n ao.
Send the weekly edition of the Dul-1
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
THEY NEVER COME BACK !
The gicutcht dlsioveiy for the ib
stt ut tlon ot the ki intent or pests
ANTS. Kills those that come lu and keeps
others Mom coming.
...wi iiouneit-eper snouiu nave a
sample box to use; no (lunger rrom
poison. TRY A BOX. PRICE 25e.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
j or P. O. Pox 330.
GRAND - CONCERT
! THIS SATURDAY EVENING,
! at 8:15 p, m.
J. H. Amine, Violinist
Assisted by Mrs. Annli Montague Tur
ner, Miss Carrie Cattle, Mrs. C. D.
Cooper, Mrs. J. W. Yarndley, under
I the direction of W. D. Adams.
I Tickets 75c and JI, for cale at Wall,
' IT .3-
S-i 2H tri
P m. ft.
i. p. m, I
8 9 oj g 4n
Timlly I mi l. Ill t II lo fi
'I i I
Wtdns4y 9 4 4( 1 C I it l r8 11 94
Tfimiiijr 19 , u 1.8 4 Jl to 44 n. m.
it f t 1,8 i4) 1 tu; o ij
- T ! t ' P M.l
Saturday 11 1 (i i.l 6 4 11 c 1 9)
J,i.?; jt I tA t j8
I I I a. m p. m
9 W 1,6 9 I i U
I I ' I
New moon on the Sth nt 3:20 n. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables. I
Tho tides at Kahulul ana llllo occur '
about an hour earlier than at llo-i
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m'
slower than Urecn wclh time, being!
inttt of tho meridian of 167.30. Tho '
time whistle .ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn ;
Is the same ns Orcenwlch, un 0m. I
Masters of vessels sailing trora this
port for San Francisco will find thcru !
change, whoro Is maintained for their,
benefit freo of chnrge. completo seta
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re-i
gardlng lights, dingers to navigation '
an dall matters of Interest to ocean j
Weather Huicau. Punahoii. April 12
Tcniperntitie Morning minimum
t;j ; Mlddii) maximum. 80.
Hutometer nt !i a. m. 30.0S. Rising.
Itulnfitll 0 00.
Dew Point till-'.
Humidity at '.I a. lit. til per tent.
Diamond Hind Signal Station. Aptil!
!. Weather c bur, wind SSW.
Satin ilny. Apill 12.
Sir. Witlaleale, 1'lltx, from AnnhoU
I at ii:l2 a. m.. with .110(1 bags of sugar,
i Sir. Klnuu, l-'reemau, from llllo und
wny ports, at 1:30 p. m.
Saturday, April 12.
Schr. C. L. Woodbury, for llllo, at
8:30 n. m.
Am. bk. Kllkltnt. Cutler, fur the
Sound In ballast, at U a. m,
t S. A. T. Sheridan, Plerie. for Ma
ulhi with troops, at 1 p. m.
The si camei- Wiilaleale. Captain
l'lltz. arrived In port Bluntly after i;
o'clock this inclining from AnahoU
wllh 3100 ImKH of Ktiiciir. Shi rcnortii .
"Bllt n'lieiisti'rl' winds and calm
' "''" '" ""' ' l'1"""'1- The Mlkiihal.i was
dlschuigliiB ut Walineii: the W. 0. Hull
""" "K ""K',r "l ,V,,,,M un" ""-'
"'" runuilco was about to leuin
....... I II .. !..... 1 ...
.'iiuiiiui'ii ui i u.hi hiiKiir .u .,it'Pio tor
Mrs. Sully nuunell of Piovo. Utah,
kits the distinction or having 211) llv-
" "" eil.UUllB. nil.- IH V. )CarHOl.
Krunl; Daniiosth, Superlntetidi-nl of
Music lu New York city's nubile
s. hools. sjys the aim of the schools
should be to make the children not ,
nitibleiiiiiH, but simply loveis of music.1
NEW - TO-DAY
Theio will be n speilul mrellug ol '
Lodge le I'logie, de rOieunlc No. 121. !
A. & A. S. It., at the Masonic Temple j
at 2 30 o'clock ii. ill. Sunday, April 13.
11102. for the pmposu of attending the,
fiineml or our late biother, ilcorgc
Members ot Hawaiian Lodge, No.'
21. mid Lodge l'aclllc. No. 822. and
are Inviiod to ut-'
I lly older or the V. M. i
I C. G. HOCKU3, ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ,
I Till: !NDi:itSIGNi:i) having b i
i duly appointed the Adinliilstrutoi or
the Kstate or William Meyer, late of
Honolulu. Island of Oiilnt. Tellltoi) of'
NOTIt ri is heleby given to all per
sons to picseut their claims against
the Kstate or said William Me)ei. de. i
cetiBi-d. dul) authenticated, whether
M'tiiicd by mortgage cu otherwise, in
the iindei signed at Ills off Ice, U3 Mcr '
c limit Stiei't, lloiioliilu al'ol't-salcl, with
'in six mouths fiuni the date heieof, or
the) will be forever barred.
1 And nil pel-sons iuilchtciT to said Hs
tute are heieby ri-cpiesteil to make tin-1
imedlule pu)unnt tu the undeiBlgned. 1
. Duted, Honolulu. April 11th. 1002. '
I civil rmowN.
Ailiiiinlstintur or the Kstnto of Win. i
' 2120 Mull 12, m. (!; Mny 3. I
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE. j
On Sntutday. May 17th, 1002, at 12 1
o'clock noon, ui the fiout eiitiunm of'
the Judicial)- building, will be sold at'
Public Auction the lease or the laud '
I known uh "Kaupakueii" situate in tho,
Distill t or llllo, Hawaii, and contain '
ing tin area of :mh acres, n little more
Term ITv.i ytnrs
t'ps.-t Uental $cuu ,(.i- unnuni, pny i
lilc senil-anniuill) in udvnnce.
Lease tu lotiiniinre . Iroin tho 17th '
day ol June. 19u2, at which dale pos j
session of the laud be given. ,
I-'or lurther particulars apply at tin
I'ublle Lands onice, Honolulu. I
KDWAltD 8. 110YD.
Commissioner or Public Lands.
Public Lands Office, April 12, 1902.
A profusion of attractive vvntstlngs coinpilslng all the popular
weaves Is here. Tasteful pitterns In washable, fabrics, nomo In strong
cloths, some In the always desirable medium weights, and many gauzy
tissue apparently created for Hawaii.
An extensive line of patterns for men'j shirts, tho colors best
known to the nrt. Wc are. making a special display of those, goods
ladles who have not tho tlm or th Inclination to make waists
should bear In mind tho "Oelsha Shirt Wnlsf'undoubtedly the larg
est stock ever shown this far from New York. Wo sell rjclsha Waists
at Eastern prices.
We nre opening this week a large line of trimmings Galoons,
Hands, Insertions, Allovcrs, In Chiffon, Vcnise, Arabian and Swiss,
also new Toscan Nets and Fancy Velllng9.
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got n moldy, hack number,
nged sort of smell that takes away
your appetlto for that thick, juicy
steak you would have otherwise en
joyed t Tho
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
wc sell will creato an nppetlte not
take It away. Hotter than any aprlng
tonic mnele. It Is pure, sweet and
lrcsh as a daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
Column Ste Page Six
I ..O COTTAGES on Vlne)nrd St :.
Niiiiauu: sl looms each: patent W
C. Apply Joniiulm Sllva, Klnuu Sr
opp. Queen's Hospital. 2120'
TO LET Large rtnnlshed loom with,
use or kitchen. Other looms, l-'ort
St. House, cor. l-'ort and Ylneynril
2 120-1 w
FOR RENT Second stoiy of
building on Ileietnnln street, nex.
to 11 ogi ess Itlock; ir looms with
wash-basins In each, connected with
w-vvi'i. und wlied for electile lights
suitable for lodgings; nt 97.1 r
month on two )eais' lease. Al.-lo
one stoic In same building with
base incut at $7.1 per month. Act
diess 1'iniik llustace, 09 lleroiantA
St. " 2120-tt
And Every Evening Thli Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
MONDAY and TUESDAY
Wednesday and Thursday,
THE BANKER DAUGHTER
FRIDAY and SATUfiuAV
BERTHA, THESEWING GIRL.
Altitlncc Prices. 15 anil ltd ccntu
Seats Now on Sale.
Orpheum Popular Prices 25o, 50c, 75c
Ucot Inuurnncc in the World
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD.
fel. 287 Main. 176 King 8treet.
First Anniversary Ball
F. O. E.
Will be ci-.eu In Progress Hall on
MONDAY, APRIL 14th,
AT 8:30 O'CLOCK.
Tie !. to je had from memheie.
W. K. VICKERY,
of the firm of Vlckery, At
kln and Torrey, of Sau
I-'ranclsco, Is now In Ho
nolulu with some fine wa
ter colors which are on
exhibition In ROOM 11,
In engravings, etchings
and photogravures will be
found many suitable wed
ding gifts at prices rang
ing from. $10 upwaids.
A good selection of Cop
ley Sepln Prints, prices
from J2 to $tf, are also In
itlANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : f
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oalio Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE DLUE 3151.
HOFFHAN & nARKHAH.
The best tho mailtets
afford served tnd Rtiests
invo full view of the Bea
from the dining room. , ,
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Deswlck, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
The Kvenlns Ilulletln, 7J cents per
ins ii b
65 Queen St.
COTTAGE on Hmma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen anil bath. Hent 40 per
month. Apply to Jas. V. Morgan, 65
COTTAGE on Garden lane. Parlor,
dining loom, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and bath.Ilcnt ?35 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 05 Queen
TWO . STORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy tract, JJerotaula street, be
tween l'llkol nnd Keeaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 QueeB St