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tmMnv,iPnn, ii 11102.
MONDAY. APRIL 14, 1002.
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.
SITUATIONS W ANTED.
Situations and Help Wanted
WANTED By energetic young Amer
ican, clerical position of any kind
No reasonable offer refused. Ad
dress K. S. S , this office. 2117 lw
WANTED Position as Hook keeper or
Clerk by voung man, ago 27 C. I)
E , this cilllco
WANTED By n joting lady, situation
as stenographer and typewriter, ref
crenccs. Address K , llulletln offlco
Adt In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions . 25c
Per line, one week 30e
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
ver offered the people of Honolulu.
PIANO taught In sl months, new
quick method, satisfaction guirnn
teed, J5 month, special attention
to adults Music, llulletln oitlce.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business propcity and residences.
Office nnd Residence, School St.;
P. O Box J54 Tel While 3C91.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. nas wiutl. saav run
BALE. lf' 't
SPECIAL NOTICE Honda furnished
to any amount for the man holding
position as guaidian, postollke oOl
clal or mi other position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co 2051-tt
WANTED A second hand pool tnblo.
Inquire of llulletln office. 2115 lw
WANTED Information of Isaac L. O.
Sager. dead or nlle, as I havo news
of special Importance and to hU ad
vantage Answer without fall. Kor
positive proof of death will pay re
ward Capt. llert A. Stout, 53 1 Kear
ney SU room 8. San Trnnelsco, Cal
WANT jour whiskers amputated? Co
to Jeffs He shaes for 15c, 5 whlto
barbers 43 King St. 2011 tf
WANTED 500 pianos to tune. Ad
dress J W. ilall. P. O. box 4".'.
TO LET. I
"itvO COTTAGES on Vine nrd St nr.
Nuuaiiu, six looms enih pitinl W
C. Appl) Joaqtilm Silvn, Klnau St.
opp (uecns Hospital 2120 tf
TO LET Lai ge fmnlslic-d room with
use or Klti he a Other rooms I'ort
St House, cor. I'ort and Vlnejard.
FOR RENT Second storj of brick
bullillug on llerctanln street, next
tn I'uigioxs lllotk, 15 rooms with
washbasins In each, connected vlth
ewer, and wlied fur eloctrh lights.
Mittalilu Tor lodgings, nt $73 per
mouth un two vonrs' lease Also
oni store In same building with
basement nt $75 pel month Ad-,
dress Trunk Hiistntc, 09 Hintnnli
St. 2120 tl
TO LET Booms Nob 11 and 12, Mc-
Intjro Building, nt present oeeuplcd
by Vlckerj's Art lttill.lt Apply to'
K T Bishop, at C Brewer A. Co s
TO LET House on Young Street nt
present occupied by W Needham,
Esq. near MeCully Tract Has three
sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold
water. Apply n T Bishop nt C !
Brewer . Co. 2117 tf
TO LET House now occupied by L.
Schweitzer Esq, cor, Alapal nndi
Quany Sts.; 9 rooms, stable and,
carrlago house; possession May 1;
rent $33; water freo. Apply Mrs.
Smith, Honolulu Hotel
TO LET Turnlshcd room at 141 Ber
etanla St, near Fort, table, hoard If
desired 2104 lm
TO LET HeBldcnco of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl; furnished, good bathing
Apply Wnterhnuso & l'odtnore Belli
el and King StB 215 tf
TO LET TurnLhcd rooms at lira.
McConnel's, (lardcn Inno. 2055 tf
T0 ,HT ?'"' a'101""!. ?n ,,r,re,tlinla
"iwaiaii aio , inning u.i.i mu
bedrooms, kitchen and b-ith Apply
1130 Tort St.
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys
at Law; Boom 11 Magoon bldg.,
Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS--.. ttorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 341.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu St ; Tel. 581 Main
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney at Law,
109 Knahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney nt-law-
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Sprwl els hhlg
C A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp.
Pacific flub, sundries, etc.
Mcdonald 4 langston contract-
era and Builders; II08 Union SL
Ads. will be Inncrted PREti.
WANTED A nurse girl to take care
of 3 months old bah) Apply 1239
Mntlock Avwue 12tf.
WANTED Small boy to learn trade,
dco Ilaffiior, Masonic Temple, Alt
kea St. 2113 lw
WANTED Kirst class
Address O, this office.
I O LET Very dc-slrablu furnished
room private fnmlly, at 017 Here
tnnla St, three doors above Power
House 2119 lw
FOR RENT Largo front loom for
ge ntlcman or couple. Accommoda
tlons for light housekeeping If ie
cjulred 14S1 Nuuanu Ac, Just
nbov e Vine) nrd 21 10 tf.
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
stilto or single; telephone, etc
Ilerctaula Ao cor. Keeaumoku.
TO LET Cottages oil School St., nr.
Nuunnu, $15 and $10. P. I.' II.
Straueh, 32 Campbell block 316
Tort St 2108-1 m
TO LET Modern house on Llllha St.;
oulhouso and stable for two horse's;
rent eheap Apply W. 11 Pain,
Tramwas oHIio -llilUlg, j
FOR RENT furnished housekeeping'
rooms, (15 and $25, no children, nl
w) cottage, $25; best location and i
all connected with sewer. Enquire
K E. King. Cottage (lro. 2111 tf
TO LET Fho room cottago off Wal-
klkl road between Honktns and1
nishop switch. Immediate posses-1
slon. Annly Hawn. Tramways of-i
TO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
glo or en suite, first-class tablo
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Berotanla St.
TO LET Ilooray bath tub, with elthor
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
$15 Neat cottage, 5 rooms and bath;
oft Llllha. near School St. Apply
F. J. Russell. Magoon Bldg. 9s tf
FOR SALE Tlrst-tlnss, big driving
I horse very gentle', broke in saildlc,
too Address I. S this office
FOR SALE-A light road cart and! "PlniC. Ulu St. abovo Ho
harness, thenp II II, this office ' lcl at'
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A smill
rash pajment and onl $15 per
montn will get jou n nice house and
lot on Kunawal road nr Llliha St.
Few lots left. Inquire soon. P. E
It Strauth, 32 Campbell bu ,31C Tort
St. 2118 2vv
FOR SALE Jeise bull nnd $100 will
take him, his pidlgico can bo
vcjueh"d for. Addiess II. Dlnklagu,
nt llulletln office. 2113 if
KOR SALE Eggs from puro bud
black Mlnorms, Northup strnlus, $J
per setting Jeffs, 43 King St.
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, also
i vorj old calabashes, somo unpol
cd Address C IC, this office 4s tf
FOR SALE Coral rock Tor filling Ad
J"M M' Dunean' at JIuIIelfln91tf;
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Under now man
age ment, strictly first class, light,
nlry, mosquito proof rooms. Mrs. 1
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable 1930 tf
LOST A plain Cold Watch, between
Punchbowl and Kaahumanu Sts Re
ward If returned to Bulletin offlee
LOaT A gold curt button with K of
P emblem on fieiut nud Initial S A I
T) W on buck Howard for return
to Bulletin Olllco 211(ilw
LOST A gold Htlekpln in shupo of
fox bead IlLwnrd If returned to
Bulletin offleo 2110 tf
The weekly edition of the Evening
uuiidin is me largest ana best nub-
llthcd In the Territory. Sixteen and
iweniy pages. i a year.
$1.00 per year
CORNS romoved without pain by I)
M Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of
flees nt 11 flardon lane 21101m
THl KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
it I'i Hotel St nnd cor. Tort & Hotel
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO,
Hue carriages wagonB, liarnesi
and whirs, Beretnnla near Tort St.
CONVEYANCING Charges icason
able Room 10 Mclntyre Block.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
FLKS BUILDING, G16 Miller Street
ALBERT O. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Bcr-I
ctnnla and Miller, hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOL8 Dentist,
1154 Alakea St.; ofTlce hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERDY Dentist; Tort and Hotel
Sts ; Oas admlnlRtcred for extracting
MADAME M. LAMDERT, the stjllsh
Trench Dressmaker fiom Paris, hna
lemovcd her dressmaking parlors
lum tho corner of Vlnejnrd nnd
Iuirhbowl Btrccts to tho Iloston
building, room 30C, whoto sho will
ne pleased to seo her patrons and
their friends. 2113-ltn
W, BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room Z. i.-to blug.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, 1313 Wil
der ve , Tel. 3441 lllue. Hoom 4,
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Hcthel St., opp. Waverlcy blk.; Tel.
C21 nine; pkgs. called for and del'd.
POLYNE8IA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. O. O. F. meets first and third Frl
day of each month, Excelsior Hall
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 163 Young
Men s Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEA8 nerotanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Tort St, Orphcum blk.;
Tel. C81 Hlue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kunut Groceries,
Trults and Tobaccos.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFO. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnu wing aes.; iei. wain zzs. r. u
CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8HOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 11S2 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights: hot and cold water:
first c.ass tablo board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOU8E Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms, also rooms for light
nt tho PANTHEON SALOON.
! VICE Union
I Sfll Main.
SL nr Hotel.,
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel 2(!4 Main.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music fot
nil occasions. I.earo orders Dorg
strom Music Co , J. S. Kills, Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Bcrcta
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string instru
ments; studio. Lovo bldg. Fort St.
BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE nop. Ame
rican Mant s. Boom S Progress Ml:.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso and
Thoat; olllco at Eyo and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. in.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN3 Eyo. Ear,
Nose and Throat only; office Alakea
St.. lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
offlco hours 9 a, m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Beretanla Ave; Tel. Bluo 3551,
ANTONE PILARE3 &. CO. Plumbors
nnd Tinsmiths All kinds of sani
tary work. Sower connections a
specialty. Cnarges to suit tho
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
I PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER.
V. H. POULSEN minting and pnpor-hanelng-
Territory Stnblca, King St.
P. E. R, STRAUCH-rtenl Estato
bandlid to best advantage; houses
rented, loans negotiated; money In
C8ted on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block. 31C Fort street.
JUDD 4 CO., LTD. Building lots nnj
residences for sale; 307 Stnngen
wald bldg ; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. 81 LV A Agent for real estato,
also to grant marriage licenses'
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
ROOM AND BOARD.
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
Itooins, light nnd airy, $1 50 to $2 50
per week, hot nnd cold baths, best
bonid in the city
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right Try It. at luo PANTHEt
STENOQRAPHY and typowrltlngnoat
ly nnd accurately dono nt Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nil
uanti TelL straw, pannma hats
Send the weekly edition of the Bub
letln to your friends. Only $1 a year,
New York, April 4 An attempt of
anarchists to distribute pamphlets ut
the Altgcld memorial meeting In this
city brought prompt suppression at the
hands of the police Three men were
When Acting t'nptnln Churchill nr
lived at the hall he saw men nnd wo
men distributing nnnrohlstlc pamphlctj
making excuses for the nssarslnntlon ol
President MrKlnlcj and attacking
President ltoosevelt Capt. Churchill
drove these people from the hall When
Harry Hlrshkoff nnd Solomon Heller
persisted In distributing the circular
on the sidewalk, they were ni tested
Later, when Solomon Wllhelm called
at the station house and claimed to be
a friend of HlrRchkoff he was recogniz
ed ns also having distributed pamph
lets nnd he was sent to Join his friends
In the cell room,
Emma Goldman sat In the most
prominent part of the hall, but was
kept under surveillance and did not
speak during the meeting.
Miss Ellen Stone
Sails for New York
London April 4 Miss Ellen Stone,
the Ameilran missionary, sailed foj
New York on the Hamburg-American
line steamer Dcutxrhlnnd, which left
Southampton today. Her departure
from London was quiet. Miss Stone
will begin lee lining in nld of the mis
sions Immediately after her nrrhul In
the united States. The rest lmprocd
her health though she was obliged to
refuse mnn Imitations to speak before I
religious and other bodies. Joseph
Choatc, the United Stales nmbnssndor.
and Mrs Choate, are gieatl Interested
In the missionary They entertained
her at the embassy to tea Thuisda,
where Mils Stone gave the diplomatic
part) an account of her experience.
New York Reformers
Can't Stop Gambling
ii.ii- ..nn,,iui y .iBi.ti. ui itoitwiuiu.
. March "9 Tho leform ml" ,,,onl '""nrlng dnto April 5th.
on or Oicntcr Now (3l,M.2, B,1MK,,ln,J1hi,,n ,".? l''V'"o'"
ion oi uicnter Now orl. rt,ctul r (i10 mK st Clement's par
Is a miserable
fnllure so far a
niiiiiiiennnui in dimming goes. 1 lie
Hirm r.t i.,Min,i nn,i.inru .. i.
Idled around the resorts In Queens me nfs piuMi- .Messrs Herbert N 'or an jehoncc of ten pet cent, nccom
arter the coming of the reform ndmln , Mist Jniues Wake lie Id. Frederic 1. 1 panled b) a notice that If not gianteel
Istrntlon and of thee losing or the gnm 'Whltnev ( L lthmTes Jiilm Rulld Us opeiatlves would icfuso to work
bllng houses nlul pool rooms In Mnn Ir II ' Sloggelt M.ijur Edward Da after Saturday. Apiil 5, and said de
hattnu nnd Iliookljn, all have ictuiii xl" " S A . Mi Tierce Tunes George , mand lnvlng been refused, notlec Is
cd to work They all r port buslnots
bettiT than ever in Manhattan Within
the last faw elljs thcru has been such
demand for expert help In the gam
bllng establishments of Munhnttnn
(lin itiiiHoHnM 1... .. I..... .... .. j..
scour the rural districts In senich of
mpn rninlllnr uin, ti. !.,-!,., i ..i
roulette wheels, fnio banks, haznrd
sheet vvrlteis and aniiiiune
ere for pool rooms Aeeoidlng to tbcsn
nie it cverj conceivable game Is In op
erauon in .viunnnitan nnd llrooMvn,
down to pollc) nnd cinps
COST 'IcEKCIE" 6100,000.
New York March 29 Younii Itecl
mild Vnnili.ri.ni'a rnnrri ,in.. i i...
...o Cniifle Id tiger wns revealed by a fl,01" ."". IllHll"', u hKn ,,,,la "ns rom
beautiful, belle of tho Tour Hundred ' l'1 " '' thue weie seveinl iiunnunce
who Is n flnneeo of one or Vandeilillt h "" ",B "" "r ,lll1' """ ,h""'lc'i te
chums, who wns present nt the linttloi""1 ""'J'''' "r getting the ehiiiehmen
with the tiger that cost "rteggb.' ever I1""1 ""''" '" "1"'t Tl"' "Ishop Ink
$1(10 000 Vnnileihilfs clium told bis l'oitlnlat stress on the ne-resHlty of
sweclheart 111 stilct eonlldeiiee nnel i rclKliatlon He said It wns n.-ces
she kept It for thiee duvs then could ar lnl n eensus In be m.iile in older
not hold In nin tnnm,- nn.i ini,i i,.. to penult of the- eleig) keeping In
" -' "f- 1W1U tt I
nrotiici u well Known cluli mini Next
clnj the fashionable world of (iothnm
was ringing with the Kcnnilul II leaked
out toda tliat Reggie's si'cond visit
to CmiflcM'H wns well under way tn
ward anothei $11101100 chock, when Ills
elder biother. Airied Ownne tho pies
ent head oT tho houso or Yamleibilt
arrived on the sei-nei nnd llrmlj per
suaded Heggle to rnilt and go bin k to
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxatlvo Bromo Qululno Tablets I
All druirelstR refund thn mnnnv if 11 I
falls to euro. L. W. Qrovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 roots
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Llks bldg, tilO .Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
IOCS Hotel St
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
8CENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig flora Pioneer Stables Elc
gnnt turnouts; Tclcphnno No 12G.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber. Whole
Kilo Llquois, Merchandise. C B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Phjslclan
nnd surgeon; Lnlmlna, Maul
G. H. DUNN Expicss and drnago;
Agl Wilder nnd Inter Island Tel 113
STOP at Pioneer Hotel Excellent ac
commodations (1 Krocland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notnry Public. Convoy
nnccB, I)oputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents Offlco Government bldg
LITTLE CHAPEL HEARS
SOME VERY QUOD NEWS
Rev. John Osborne Made a Member
of Canonical Clergy Sermon
Preached Bj Bishop
ihe pirlsh of St Clement's was es
tn...shcd yestrrilny by the lllglit ltcv.
Bishop Nichols an ilthe reelor llev.
John Usborne, was made eino of tho
i'iiiiuim-ui i-iiw oi mi uiimn ""-"
henceforth the little chapel on Wilder
n nl no will be known as St Clem
flilB most desirable consummation
was nuvlo known to thu members of I
the church nt the ngular morning ser-Tiie cnoir numuercu uuiij-inc mem
Iee Sunday nt which the Ile John bers In keeping with their surplices
Usborne officiate d, nsslsti'il by Canon the lady choristers were dressed In
Mackintosh of St Andrew's The scr- white for apparel. No processionals
mem was elcllxeied b the nishop In were sung tsterday, but these will he
ci'arge. J introduced nftcr a while After the
It was nfter the regular morning c,ening BCrUco at which ho preached,
praM-r s.tvcc that Bishop Mclioli ,,, N, , , CXI)reS8cd 8at3f.lcton
rend the following letter, which con- , ' . , ... . , ,-,
.....i .i... i .?... ... !, !.... I with both the dressing and the niarch-
or the eongiegntlon. I '"B of the choir. The eenlng senlco
Missionary Dlsti let of Honolulu, Sec- was choral throughout, concluding
ond Sunday after Easter, April with the Hallelujah chorus.
13, 1902, Vedneida wilt be a day of Inter-
In lew ut tho leprisentntlons made , cession for a happy Issue of the election
to me ns Bishop In charge of the Mis- on that day, by the Houso of Blshors
sionnr District of Honolulu, that It Is )n Cincinnati, of a mlsslonaiy bishop
the Intention of the trustees of tho,. ,i,i. ,ii,.. r iinnnll. llnlv
property of St Clein.iit'B Church Ho-1
no.uiu 10 tost me m o, ,ne sa u
property, ns soon ns It Is freo from
Lin wi i. ii.r t....i..,w nr ii.n -Prnt
estnn Episcopal Chiiieh In the Hawaii
'an Inlands" nnd In Hew of the lurther
rcpicseiitntlonn made to me In detail
of the n-xctiuos of the congregntlon
or "s'd St Clements Chinch for the
I,n"t var l nll,l0,lnc,' "lp following
provisional action pending duo canon-
leal procedure1 which must await the
coming of the Bishop who Is to ns
sumn lasting Jurisdiction over this
Mlsslonnry District, nameb
1. St Clement's congregation Is
hereby, on the second Sunday after
Easter, being the seeonil Sunday after
Easter, 1902, ic cognized as hnvlng pro
visional parochial status.
2 The ltev John Usliorne Is regis
tered on the canonlenl clergy list of
the Missionary Dlstilet of Honolulu,
The follow Ing are- nnmed ns thu
" . ..i.- ............ .... "' . ".
' iirnv h nun vc-strvnicn of sad tit Civ
SmllliH s .Mi v ll linlrl was nam
''' "s "iei priivlslonnl tre-iiMirer
I 'n neiordnnco with the terms of
Hide 1, Canon 19. see thin ii. tl will le
' imln f(,r "", Mh Illd.i ,i 'vho Is to be
i luwiin lr unt u ( 1 "rtin! Illll Icul Unit
,niioiis feu the- Mlhslonnr) Dlstilet un
' ,ti i uiiiiii tin nfoii'siilil nun Islonal
iiunngenK nts can Hike sultnhle form
nt Ii full nnd flnnl shape- us ma be
In acieitdnnri- with the constitution
and ennons mi chosen to go Into effect
In the MISHlonii) Dlstilet of Hono
I1,1,1". . , W I' !!!M'.S'
Jllnheip 111 Chaige of the Missionary
iimirii 1 ui iiumiiiiiii 1
At the conclusion of the leading of
""" u,,, ' " I'""1"!' -MeMols llie; ret
tor of Kt Cli'iiieiit s re ail Ills leuei
A . . . 1 .. ...I I 1 .
i """" 'x """ """'" "" ,'
I through tin- einigiegntlou whiih
uop.u woum m k.-hcihiij mkihii
Attei this Bishop Nleliols prenr lied,
tho Million Hi also pienilied at the
C utile ill ul Sundn evenliir
With South Africa
New Yoik Apill I Ten new steum
ships of the Tiilon Castle Mall Steam
ship Co , Ltd , w ill soon be pl Ing be
tween N w Yoik aud the ports of South
Africa One of thee ships, the Corfe
Castle will hail from lie 11' feu the Af-
rkuu euuht 011 Moudn)
It Is tho In-
Innll,.,, r.t ll, ,nmi.n, In h... .
,." "' -' -" -
thlp le.tve New urk 1 lib week, nnd
to cut down the- balling time between
New ork nnd Cape Town totwe.it
An unusual caigo Is being tnke 11 on
bonid the CoiTe Ciiktle Instead of HU
Ing the ship with Ihe oidlnao loiinuo -
allies that have hitherto gone to South
Allien she Is lie Ing loaileil with pianos, '
oignns clocks, prepared cocktails, nr-l
j titles of household equipment jud
'ever) eonielvable thing that goes to
1 make up the American home.
TO COMMAND CANADIAN MILITIA
.Montreal, Apill 3 The London cor
tcspondent of the Stur i.ibles "I
have uiithorll to state that I.011I Dun
douiild, of I.elj smith fame, Is to us
Biune command of the C.inudl.111 111 Hit la
nt the teimlnntlon of (lenerul O Gincly
Hal b term of oflicc Lord Diiniliiiiahl
Is now waiting the gazetting or his up
URITIHII AllNEItS KILLED.
London Apill 3-SI men vveie
killed ns the result at an explosion of
ureiismp last night In a eollleij in
Wlg.in, Laneashlic. A nunibii of men
were entonibcd at Dunfei inline, Sent
land this morning, owing to a sliiillut
ate hit nt
The ever popular Halncr Beer Is Just
as much n favoiltc ns over. It Is on
draught at tho New Criterion Saloon
ns It was nt tho old The longer It Is
used the better It Is liked.
Bulletin. TKn tier month.
IN CONNECTION WITH
ELECriON OF BISHOP
Services on Wednesday-Bishop Nic
hols Will Begin Prayer Book
Lectures in the Evening
The Choir Surpliced.
Services nt St. Andrew's Cathedral
estcrday were of peculiar Interest. It
was the first Sunday after Lie change
from English to American Jurisdiction.
At the Instance of Bishop Nichols, tern
poinrlly In charge of the bishopric, tho
whole choir was arrajed In white sur
plices, having the usual clerical collar
of white with black mortarboard hats,
coramllnlon ,ull 1)C celebrated at 10 a.
, f business men will
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. be held at 12 lo p m., to last but tw en-
, An ccnlng senlco will begin nt 7 30,
at which Bishop Nichols will give his
opening lecture on the differences be-
twecn the American and the English
! prajcr books. It Is Intended to have.
once a month, a special musical scr-
Augusta Oa., April 2. The follow
, ipg nUUC'V. BIKIieil V) I11L' lit
' the mill In which It was dlsph
I pted In every mill In the
Ing notice, signed by the President o(
"Owing to the demand made on tho
InhnP Klnir Mnniirnrtlirtnir Cnmn-tnv
J011a ' Kl,,8 Jianuiaciuring i,omp-in)
btreb) given to the emplojes of till t
'compan.v. that should such a strike be
Inaugurated, this mill will clote Inde
finitely on the evening of Tucsil.ij,
I April 8 "
I This order Is a result of tho decision
arrlv cd at by the Mantifactureis Asso-
elation to fight tho Union It means
J that If the strike goes on In the King
.Mill, as scheduled, ever mill In An
( gusta Ginnltcv llie. Aiken. Warrcnvllle,
Vaneluse and Langle) will be closed
I thiovvlng 10.000 operatives out ot work
,.nlou leai,er3 llls,8t ,lmt le gtr,kl
will take place on Vfinda, although
man operatives nre opposing It
NEW HARRIMAN DEAL
Taeoma, March 30 Theio Is said
o bo leison for believing that the
Jiaiilman sjstem ot railroads either
has or eventually will havo tonio con
nor-tlm, Ulll, tl,,. ult-anlli , Ml ......rlif.
j whereby I) O Mills of New York A!-
vlnza Iln ward and P B Coinwnll ot
San Francisco have decided tn niteml
tho Bolllnghnm Ba and lllltlsh Co-
lumbla Ilallroael across the Cascailo
.Mountains to Okanogan Count, and, it's n fact that wo havo no com
probably to Spokane plaints, no ' kickers", no dissatisfied
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.inn ,iiiiu ii iiuiy iiave'int-ii uj iwu
tiansiontlnental inllroails, the Noith
ern Pacific and the Great Noithem
Just across the bouudaiy In lliltlsh
Columbia stretches the Canadian Pa
cific This considered. It Is unlikely
that a fourth rallioad would risk enor
muusl expensive building and tunnel
ing through tho Cascade Mountains
unless hacked by poweiful Inteiests
ns extensive as those or the ilval
transcontinental roads noith and south
ot the pioposed line.
It Is noticeable that the Mills sviidl
, mums 11 ua 111 us vvonc.
1 ... ... , . , .,. ... .
I " . --"I.ivsiiiib luiuv.-i.niii uu
11,0111 out next month. Ono will com-
ict Mlrnn for thU ioo.'q itn.im.
(0 ti0 rnothills ot tho Cascaeles Tho
other will inn lines thiough seveinl
passes In tho Cascaeles, The lattor
, engineering party will bo undei J J.
.Crdeimnn who Is more familiar with
1 lhe available loutcs thiough tho Cas
lu,'.tB ",an "", ol,,cr -'nB'ueei
1 Npvt unninn. nvtnnclnn v
Next season's extension will lm
pushed to Wlutliron Okanogan Conn
t t Hereby tapping the Methow nnd
Okanogan mining districts This
jeai's extension will tap tho Slntu
Cieek and Mount Baker districts The
extension will connect at Spokano
vviih i.ie Oregon Ilullwny and Navlga
lion line giving n through Hue foi the
llarrlman roads to Bclllnghnm Bay
via Huntington, Walla Walla and Spo
knne The Belllngnnm Bay Ilallioad
has excellent terminals at Whatcom,
the samo being nearly n hundred miles
nearer tho Stiaits of I'll en than the
terminals of tho Northern Pacific and
the droit Northern.
Last year Harilman sent Engineer
V. (1 Boguc, formerly chief engineer
of tho Union Pacific, to Poit Angeles
to Investigate tho toimlnnl situation
there It wns consldeicd unreaslblo to
bulla fiom Portland to Port Angrier
along tho western Blelo ot Puget
These Tacts lend coloi to tho story
or Hnirlman's connection with the
project or tho San Tianclsco sncll
rate. The steamei W. G Hall, fiom Kauai
jesterdaj, reports the following sugar
awaiting shipment on the Garden Isle
K S M 2000, V K.COO, Diamond W .
none, Mak , 10,150, Q,iR, 2720, Mc
B. 1S.12S, K. P, 1000, II M 2000, L
P, 1000, K S, Co, 7700, total, ,598.
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Edward Everett Hale
Honored in Boston
Boston, Mass, April 3. It would bo
difficult to find a parallel In American
history for the ovation tendered today
to Dr. Edward Everett Halo on tho oc
casion of his eightieth birthday Neltli
a hero of wor, nor a public man In tho
general acceptance of the term, but an
apostle of peace, who cares for no
title other than that of a Christian
minister, Dr. Hale was the recipient of
a public testimonial In which tho par
ticipants Included the foremost rcpro
sentathes of the educational, religious,
patriotic, commercial, Industrial, his
torical, scientific, nnd literary life of
The congratulatory exercises weia
held In Sjmphony Haiti under the nils
pices of the South Congregational
church nnd of the Hale Club. Henry L.
Hlgglnson presided ocr the meeting,
and the oration was delivered by Unit
ed States Senator Oeorgo T. Hoar. Tn
the address of Senator Hoar, Dr. Hale
dctleicd an appropriate response.
COflBETT COMING WEST.
Jamestown, N. Y., March 31 James
J. Corbctt will depart from Washing
ton on tho night of April 13th for San
Tianclsco. Through his theatrical
manager It Is learned that Corbctt will
be at the ling side on tho night of tho
battle of Jeffries and FltzslmmoiiB nnd
nt tho conclusion of tho fight will
challenge the winner. This action will
tnke place providing Cornell's pre
vious proposition to take the placo of
Titzslmmnns, If that pugilist dnclines
to meet Jcnrlcs, la not accepted.
WA8 TOWN TOPICS EDITOR.
Phoenix. A. T March 30 E D.
Mann, former editor nnd publisher of
Town Topics, tho wellkonwn Now
York soclet) paper, died hero at 3
o'clock this morning of consumption,
and Mrs Mann, overcome by grief mid
from other causes, Is In a serious con
dition Di L. J. Marshall, who accom
panied the family West and Is tho at
tending phvslclan, believes that tho
chances of her recovery arc favorable.
.Mrs. Mann today has received a flood
of telegrams conveying words of rjm
path) nnd condolence.
PEAR JAPAN HSU INFLUENCES.
Yokohama. March 30. Tho Chinese
Minister at Toklo has sent a strongly
wonted dispatch to Peking, In which
he nil vises IiIb (lovcrnment to prohibit
Chinese students from coming to Jn-
pan fearing they would lmhlbo rovo-
lutlonary Ideas here
It was recently announced from Pe
king that flft-sl Chinese students
would soon be sent to tho military
school nt Toklo Their expenses were
to be pnld by tho Viceroy of Chill
pi ov luce.
LONDON TIMES ONPUILIPIMNES,
Lom'on Match 31 Thu Times, In
an editorial In which It compares the
Philippine problem to Orcat Britain's
Boer pioblem, sns it thinks that Civil
Oovernor Tnft's declaration before the
senate committee on tho Pliillpplnes
represents the popular view, and that
though It would bo nbsurd (0 glvo the
half civilized Tlllplno all tho rights of
the American Constitution, tho great
mnjorlt) of the American people favor
the letention of tho islands
Ideals arc all right, but facts and fig
uies arc more rcllahlo and satisfactory.
It Is n fact that our optical work Is
'giving entire satlsractlor
Our ideals of tho optical business
arc high; our prices low; our work
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