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PIANO taught In six months'', new
crank method; satisfaction guaran
teed; JS month, special attention
to udultic Music, Bulletin oulcc
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT. XL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished fen buildings,
bcolneta property nnd residences.
Office and Residence. School St.;
P. O. Vox 281. Tel. Whilo 3C01.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
8A1.C 1543 '.f
SPECIAL NOTICE HoinU lurnlshed
to any amount for the mm holding
position ns guardian, postnlllcc ofQ
clal or nny other position of trust
Honolulu Inestment Co. 2051 tf
WANTED A second hand pool table.
Lmulre of Bulletin office 2115-lw
WANTED Information of Isaac L. O I
Saecr, dead or alive, as I have nowa TQ LETRoomy balh tubi wlth cllhar
of special importance and to Ms ad hot or coW WQtcr nnu tt modcrn
TantSKc. Answer without fall For improVoments. :all at Silent Bar
positive proof of death will pay re- er Shop. 2019 tf
vara. i;api. neri , rjeuui. ujj fw-
zey St, room 8, San I'niULlsco, Cal
WANT jour whiskers amputated? Go
en's. Ho Bhnvcs for 15c; 6 whlto
Mrs. 43 King St.
COTTAGES on Vlneard St nr.
ann; nix rooms eaih patent W
Apply Jonqulm Slha. Klnau St.
. Queen's Hiispllnl 2120 tf
ET Irge furnlihed loom with
tti of kitchen Other rooms Fort
ht House, cor. Fori and Vlneard.
FOR RENT Second stolj of brlrk
Ltdldlng on Iloretnnla street, next
10 ITogress liloclc; 15 looms with
ahh bRKlns 111 each, connected with
iT. nnd wired for cltctile lights;
ultabln for lodgings, nt $75 per
month on two cars' lease. Also
one storo In same building with
kiscmnnt, nt $75 per month. Ad
dnj( l-V-ink HiiHtace. 09 Ilerctanln
TO LET Rooms Nob. II nnd 12. Me
Intyro ilulldlng, at pioscnt occupied
by VIckery's Art r.xhlblt. Apply to
H . IJtshop, nt C. Brewer & Co 's
2117 tt I
TO LET Houso on Young Slrool at
present occupied by W. Ncodham,
Esq, near McCully Tract Has thieo
sleeping rooms, bath, hot nnd cold
tfalcr. Apply E V IUshop, nt C.
Itruwtr & Co. 2117-tt
TO LET Houso now occupied by L.
Schwt-Itxer Esq , cor. Alnpal and
Quarry Sts.; 9 rooms, stable and
carriage houso; possession Mny 1;
rent $35: water free. Apply Mrs.
Smith. Honolulu Hotel. 2115 2w
TO LET Itcsldenco of J. Cassld7,
Walklkl; furnlsheil; good bathing.
Appy Wnterhouso . Podmoro, Beth
el and King Sts. 2W5 If
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs.
ilcConncl's. Garden lano. 2055 tf
TO LET New house on llcrctanla
and Artesian Sts.; dining and two
bedrnoms, kitchen nnd bnth. Apply
1150 Fort St. 2101-lm
KELLETT A. ROBINSON Attoruoys
nt I.aw; Room 11 Magoon bldg ;
Those Main 153.
F. BROOKS--..ctorney; rooms 9 10,
Sprockets bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
homsnn Rt ; Tel. 181 Mala
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-I.aw,
10$ Kaahumnnu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-at-Uw;
E. i. WALKER Coffco Broker; room
i. Sprecels hldg,
C A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Clnh. sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors ami tiull'lprs: Unit Union St
CORNS removod without pain b D.
M. Thomson, oxpert Chiropodist, of
tow at 11 Garden lano. 2110-lm
Ads. will be Inttcrtcd HHIili.
WANTED A nurso girl to tnko enro
of 3 months old baby. Apply 1239
Matlock Avenue 12s tf.
ueu. nuilliur, .uusuiiik "mini,
WANTED rirst class housekeeper.
Address O, this otllce. 'Js tf
i O LET Ver desirable lurntshed
room prlvnto family, at 057 Here
Inula St, three doors abovo Power
House 2119 lw
FOR RENT Largo front room for
gentleman or couple. Accommoda
tions for light housekeeping If re
quired. 1481 Nuuanu Ac, Just
nbovn Vlncnrd. 2110 tf.
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
suite or single; telephone, etc.
I Ilcrctaiiln Ae cor. Kccnumoku.
I 2110 tf
TO LET Cottages off School St., nr,
Nuuanu, $15 and J10. P. E. It.
Strnuch, 32 Campbell block, 31C
Tort St. 2108-ltn
TO LET Modern houso on Ltllha St.;
outhouse and stablo for two horses;
rent cheap. Apply W. II. Pain.
Trnmwns office. 2113 tf
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms; $16 nnd $25; no chlldien; nl
so cottage, $25; best location nnd
all connected with sewer. Enquire
r. II King. Cottngo drove. 2113 tf
TO LET Fivo room cottngo off Wal
klkl road between Hopkins nnd
Bishop switch. Immedlato posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 2064 tf
TO LET Nowly furnished rooms, sin-
gle or en suite, first-class tablo i
bonrd, hot nnd cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 llcrctanla St.
$15 Neat cottage, 5 rooms and bath;
off Llltha, near School St. Apply
F. J. Russell, Magoon Illdg. 9s tf
TO LET Furnished room at 144 Bcr
ctnnla St. near Fort; tablo board tf
FOR SALE A light road cart and
harness, cheap. I) It , this office.
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A small
caBh pamcnt nnd only $15 per
nionlu will get you n ntco houso and
lot on Kunnnnl road nr. Llllhn St.
Few lols left. Inquire Foon. P. H.
It. Strauch. 32 Campbell brii.,310 Tort
l-OR 8ALE Eggs from puro bred
uiacK .Minorcus. isormup sirains, ? j
per setting. Jeff's, 43 King SL
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, nlso
very old calabashes, somo unpol
cd. Addi ess C. IC, this office. Htt
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling Ad-
dress It. M Puncan. at Rulletln of
ROOM A.INO BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Under new man
agement; strictly first class; light,
nlry. mosquito proof rooms. Mrs. J
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable 1930 tf
LOST A plain Gold WutcJi, between
Punchbowl nnd Knahumanu Sts. Ho
ward If returned to Bulletin ofllcc.
L06T A gold cuff button with K. of
P. emblem on front and Initial S. A.
T). W. on back. Howard for return
to Bulletin Ofuce. 211Clw
LOST A gold stlekpln. in shape of
fox head. Reward if returned to
mint in tiuiru uiu 11 1
The wcekl edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the lamest and best pub
llshcd In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
$1.00 per year
TH1 KASH CO, LTD. Two stores
ii 2'i Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Hcretanla near Fort St.
CONVEYANCING Charges icason
ablfl. Boom 10 Mclntyro Block.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, G1C Miller Sticot.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. llcr
ctanla and Miller, hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,
1154 Alnkea St.; ofllco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; ofllcp, 1313 Wil
der Avo.; Tel. 3441 Bluo. Room 4,
MADAME M. LAMBERT, tho stylish
French Dressmaker from Paris, has
removed her dressmaking parlors
liom tho corner of Vineyard and
1 unchbowl streets to tho Iloston
building, room 30C, where sho will
lit pleased to sen her patrons and
their friends. 21131m
W. DEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. x. ae bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY.
Ilothel St., opp. Wavorloy blk.; Tel.
fiZl liliio; psgs. cnlled for nnd dol'd
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. O, O. F. meets first and third Frl
day of each month. Excelsior Hall.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 63 Young
Men's Institute meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEA8 llcrctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 llluc.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orphoum blk.;
Tel. 081 nine.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kuieul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposlto Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
ilectrlc lights: hot and cold water;
flrst-c.ass tablo board. Mrs. liana,
TH08. LINDSAY Mfg. Jowclcr and
watchmaker: 630 Fort St.: Love
mug.; latest in novelties.
UNION HOU8E Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prlctor; furnished nnd unfurnlsh
cd rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St , abovo Ho
at the PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE Union St. nr Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLCY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In milliner', etc.; Iloston
bldg.; Tel. 204 Main.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music foi
nil occasions. Leave) ordera llerg
htrom Music Co.; J. S. Kills, Mgr.
ANNI3 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 llcrcta
E, K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg.. Fort St.
BYRNE 4 LIVINGSTONE Hep Ame
rlcan Manf's. Room S Progress Wis.;
Tel Main 131.
DR. 8LOGGETT K0, Ear, Noso and
Thoit; office at Eye nnd Ear Infirm
ury, A'.akca St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eyo. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; ofllco Alakca
St- lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
ofllco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MaeKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Boretanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sower connections n
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN minting nnd pnpor
hnnelng; Territory Stables, King St.
P. E, R. STRAUCH Real Estate,
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money in
vested on best securities 32 Camp
bell Block, 31.C Fort street
JUDD t CO., LTD. Building lots nnJ
residences for salo; 307 Stnngcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
nlso to grant marriage licenses'
58 Merchnnt St.; Tel. Main 115.
ROOM AND BOARD.
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
Rooms, light nnd airy; $1 50 to J2 50
per week; hot nnd cold baths, best
board In tho city.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is lcopt
right Try It. t tno PANTHKC
STENOGRAPHY nnd typewriting neat
ly nnd accurately dono at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI 4 Hotel St, nr. Nil
lianii Felt, straw, panamn hats
Send the weekly edition of the Bui
letln to veur friends. Only $1 a year.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd ro-pnlrlng-
Elks bldg., 010 Miller St.
G. DICTZ Wntchmakor and Jowclor,
10GG Hotel St.
i. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA,
SUGAR LSTATfcS, MAQNIFICLNT
8CENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from rionocr Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Ttlcpbnno No, 120.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
salo Liquors, Merchandise. C. 11.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; l.nlmlnn. Mnul.
Q. H. DUNN Express and drango;
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island Tel. 113
STOP at Pioneer Hotel, nxeellcnt ac
commodations. O. Frcelnnd, Mgr.
O. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances. Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
Washington, April 3 -How can io
lief be extended to Cuba without at
the same time extruding tellcf to tho
Demon hi lc part' 'I hat, In a condens
ed form, Is what the Senate leaders nro
Ihej look nskante nt tariff reduc
tion slnco It affords the Democratic
party a tlrst-ratc chance to make an
issue And Hint Is what the Democra
tic party Is looking for No Issue will
be iinll.iblc for the Democrat', appa
rcntl) unless It Is pioldcd by some
foolish mtie on the part of the Re
publican parly 'I he more the Cuban
eitu.itlon Is btudlcd the more the as
tute Hcpublluin lenders jre b ginning
to ste Hint 20 per tent or nny other
per cent of tnrlff lediutlun would bo
n polltlcnl blunder which might ewn-
tu illy merturn the party.
When the coterie of House Itadcrs
won its tight .ignlnst the protectionists
and p.ncd the way for Jamming the
Pnjtie hill through, It appeared to bn
loncedcd that the I'n)lic bill would be
come n law, but iih usual, tho Senate
will hne mum-thing to siy, and from
the deelopinrntH of the past two or
threo dnjH It will probabl) tay some
thing to the point.
If Senator Dm lows, cliibbul b Till
limn Hip oleoinaigirlne Senator from
V.lihlgan, has not lust the nolltli-al sa
r.ic'tj for which he Is noted, his 111c 1
iiiul lemarks In coiinertlon with fill a
aic of slKlilllr.uue Ho It Is who pio
pounds Hie question, "How -'mil Cuba
In iellicd without relle lug the Pem
oiratlr part 7 He drclauj lunt It
II (ouus to a donnrlght llgh: In the
IS NIP Ml
Senate he believes thero -cr" enough 1 C'ltib In honor of the thirteen survivlnsl Honolulu for a visit. There was a meet
high piolectlon. orthodox ltp ibllcans I iutoiiuuib who left IMrls during the ' Ing of the league In the hendquurters
toklll the Payne bill, but Rmiow-i (oe-s j yirgcof thatclt) In 870-71. The Count. I of the Honolulu Athletic Club last
not tellsh a knciik down light nnd la who descended nt Prlllon, mar Bar le' cevnlng for the purpose of talking over
lasing acnve steps 10 nveu .-n open
coiuilet. lie called on the I'redilent
IncHv nnd thclv was a long "ilk mi
tuba llimows went right at the he ill
01 me pnuucm aspect or wio suiijei t.
He tried to show tho Piesldent that
nmc means should be devised to ic-
llcvc Cub l without biluglng about poi
slble disaster to the Hcpublhnu paity sian fhlaiiH nearl ciptiirid 'Iho mou
To that cmriluriowrt suggested Hint ' v wns Intended to niiiln iiml nav nn
the President appoint a coinmlstlon to
visit Cuba and Investigate ti.e 1l1unel.1l
and business condition of the lsljud
and itport nacic 10 roiigtcs wii.u, tr
ju thing, might to tic clone to 11 lieu
Buriows cnlled the attention of the
President to the fart that tho piopos
ed Cub 111 tariff legislation is mil to be
come opri.utvn until after the Cuban
gnu 1 mm nt, not jet organized, hat
made ciitnlu trade concessions to tin
United Ststes He suggested, there
fore that Inasmuch as O11I11 Is seeking
r'llcf thiouhh reciprocity with the
I'nlled States It ought pmpcrl be lift
to the Island government to take the
II 1 si st is III the pioposed rccipiocul
arrangements ami Hint the American
Congress should, In his opinion, do
nothing whatever until Cuba has got
Iier own government into operation
and has made toniessions Id the I'nlt-
111 speaking of the mailer Senitnr
Buirows suld 'I do nut bellevu that
Rl should take action heie until w
hive leaiuiil through a commission ap
pointed for that purpose the evast con
illtlmis in Cuba, and I fiiither do not
bellno we ought to nuke concessions
to Cuba until h'i guveinmcnt has inadu
concessions to us. The Cuban Govern.
mint will lint be in opeiation until
.May JU. He fine giautlng tin Iff con
cessions to Cuba we should, in my
opinion, wait und sco what temper tli'j
Cuban Cougicss dlsiilns tonnid us,
It might be humiliating for tho United
Slates to make provisional concessions,
that the Cuban Government would not
accept So 1 hive proposed to Presl
ilent Itooscveli that ho appoint a com
mission to visit the Island, confer with
the lending business men and states
men theio and leport back to Cougiesi
ui-xt Dccenilici That, of couise, would
make gieater ihday than fumo people
would caic to see, but 1 believe It
woiiiit lip a saio nnd proper plan to fol
low." Senator Burrows would not sn what
tho Pie side nt said In answer to thli
proposition lie) ond tho fnet that ho
promised to consider it, and that ho
would have anolhci confeicneii about
It. In the meantime Burrows Is rein,
forced by P. rklns, lluailcs, Nelson,
Chvpp, Hoar .ml olheis In lalnii
trenches In the Senate against tho on
slaught uf tho tariff reductionists
They hope to bring Senator Hnuna to.
see tho political Importance of prevent.
Ing any changes In the tnrlff at the ex.
pensu of any section oi class. The
signs aro favorable for their success,
Don't forget Cainarlnoa of tho Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
IIIIKDLKLD BY COLONIALS .SfSSltaniitSta
- port about 8 00 o'clock this morning,
'docking at Navy wharf No. 1. 8ho
War Department Issues Statement of ttas sighted oft Kotto Head shortly aft.
Action Takeu By Lord Kitcneiur
Atiout Five (Juiity
London. Anrll4.-The War OHlco this
uritrinouii issued nn umcial statement
( me Inns in recant Hi the Austra
lians stmtmcit lur inuulciliiK Doer
iHlhUUMK, us ioiIows.
ine Diisn veidt Caiblneers, who
were recruited In houth Allien. ut In-
HIIIVll VUlimiiiin, v - v viii'i'Ju lu
July and August In the wiuitst part of I
tne iransMiiii eighty miles northeast
uf t'letrtsnurg ani look a certain num- (
her of prisoners. Grave Irregularities
un tne part or cerinin oltkers of tne
corps came to tho knowledge of the'
iiniiiary authorities In October nnd an '
Imestlgatlon was ordered by Lord
Kitclicner As n result of the Inquiry
itc otllcers were tried by court martial
at Pletersburc In January. 1902. and
I were found guilty, as principals and ac
jeessones to tweUe murders. Llcutcn
I ants Hancock and Mornnt wcro scn-
tcnied to death, which was ran led out,
'"1 hese otllrers wer also charged with
the murder of the nev. C. Hesse. Al
though there was Btrong suspicion that
they committed the iniirdei, the evi
dence was not sulllclent to Justify their
conviction Lieutenant Wlltou was
found guilty of murder and was sen
fnced to death, but there were mitigat
ing circumstances and the sentence was
commuted to life Imprisonment nt
penal servitude Lieutenant Plcton was
found guilty of manslaughter nnd was
cashiered. Major Lcnnhan, command
ing the Carbineers, who became aware
of the crimes subsequent to their com
mittal, was convicted of palpably ne
glecting to report them, and was order
ed home to Australia, his dismissal be
ing unnecessary owing to Hi edlsban
donment of the corps. oN doubt eilsts
', 'V u"1 "' ." """" """",
1in It, ..IfliHi.Mn (lint n h...h1,a.. ap
their corps were lll-trrntcd by the
Boers, was not sustained by the evi
dence nt tho trial. The sentences wero
such ns would have been Inflicted on
nil) officers slmllnily guilt."
Some History of
France and Germany
Pails April 4 An Interentlng his
torical icwhtlon has been made by
Couni dc Keratry, a former Prefect of
Police, at a bannuct Klvcn bv the Aero
Due, Depaitment of Meuse, after a
, rous J.iurney, said he wis entrusted
, 11,,. National Defense dm eminent
with a mission to go to .Madrid and per-
Miade Marshal Pilm to procl.ilm a re
public In Spain. Kiratry had In the
balloon sixty million fgrancs in treas
ure bonds, which n ileturhim nt or Prns-
I army corps of 50.000 men which Spain
1 was to place at France's disposition,
Maishal Prim refused to midcrt.ikn the
task although Senor Castel.ir and oth-
,r HlMlilsh Hcnubll.ans supnnrtrd the
proposition. Marshal Prim refused to
undeitale the task although Senor
Cnstelar and othei Spanish Republi
cans supported the proposition. Mar
stint Pilm was nsslussliialcd three
months aftuward, and his murderer
wns ncer dlbcovere'd.
Standard Oil Man
Washington, April 4.-
One of tho
, most Important witnesses vet to bu
heard b the Special Committee of the
House which Is luvestlgitlng the alle-
Igntlonb of bribery of Senators nnd Hen.
resentatlvcs In the matter of the pur-
1 chase of the Dinlsli West Indies is II
II. Itodgeis, the vice incsldciil of the
m. . ca.uwuc ,,.y
After the adjournment of the com.
mi.tee esteidaS, tbeie was an Infor-
mill tiilk of the menibeis of the com -
mlltee, at which .Mr Dalzell Intimated
that Mr llodgers would appear, but
them was no Intimation as tn what par-
titular time It Is said that Mr Hod-
gers Is cruising soinewheio lu tho Ca
ribbinn and that an effort will bo mado
to locate- him and sumniini
THE MANCHURIA TREATY
Peking April 7 The signing of tho
Manchurlnn convention by Russia and
China has been arranged for tomorrow,
The son of Prima Ching who was
selected as the imperial iivo to the
coronation of King Edwaril, accompan
ied by his suit, left here today foi Lon
don Ho will return by wa of tho
I lilted States nnd will visit the prln
clpil cities of that eountr.
LABOR HEjra VICTORY
Hartford, Conn April 7 Organized
labor won a vle-tury In Haitrord to
da Follow lug the example of Bridge
port and Ansiinla they have elected j
Major of the city They captured tho
Democratic nomination, nnd their man,
Ignatius A Sullivan, cleik in a clothing
store, received tho solid vote of tho
trndes unions. Major Dvvlght was the
Republican nominee. Tho Republicans
ilected a majority of tho Common
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
cr midnight, roinalnlng outside all
Tho Gaelic sailed from San Fran
cisco on tho 8th Instant. Sho brings
threo das later mall and newspaper
flics, the latest previous newspapers,
Anr" S' heln urought by tho
freighter Hyades yesterday.
Flno weather was enjoyed through
out the oage On Saturday, the
1 2th Instant, at 5:45 a m., the Gaelic
I met the Oceanic steamship Alameda,
,n al,tU(,0 M N ,ong,llldc 353 w.
Hear Admiral llobley D lans, wlfo
nnd Part' arc "mong the passengers,
Admiral Eans Is bound for Yokohama
to take command of tho Asiatic eta
i,fty-oer passengers for Honolulu
ro as toov,i: J. I. Jacob, A. H.
Iloscngartcn and wife, II C. Smith,
L. E. Philips and William Schellhass.
Passengers bound through to tha
Orient aro as follows:
For Yokohama J. O. Avcrlll. C.
D. Bernard Stanley Bernard, F. I.
Blake, Lieut F. L. Chapln. J C.
Donaldson Sim, Hear Admiral Roblcy
D. Evans, Mrs llobley D. Evans, En
sign I' T Evans, Mrs. I'. T Evans,
Miss V. Evans, Comdr. U. It Harris,
Mrs U It Harris. M. II Peel:, C.
Salto, Mrs C. Salto, child and nurse;
Mies D N Talor. Lieut. T. Wash
Ington, For Kobe W. Hohmcycr,
Mtss C L. Livingston, J. C. Rane.
For NagasaklA .. rnimcr. Consul
F. Rclnsdorf. Mrs. T. J. Thftmpson.
For Shanghai Clarenco Cary, O n.
Wilson, Mrs. O. II. Wilson. For Ma
nlla D W Burchard, Mrs Jos Law,
John Gibson, Mrs. John Gibson, J. II.
Pcn.iard. For Hongkong J. N
Bod, Mrs J. N. Boyd, Mrs. W. Bur-
dette. W It. Oleason, Mrs. W. II.
itlleason. Miss 0
Hnrgts, Mrs. M.
Hempstead, Miss A. V. Palmer. Mlsi
II. C Simpson. From Honolulu W
II. Donahue Mrs. W H Donahue
Miss Llllle Harris. S. I). Poole
The Gaelic sails for Yokohama Ko
he, Nagasaki. Shanghai, Manila and
Hongkong at 5 o'clock this ev cubit,
There seems to be ti lukewarmness
on the part of the baseball league In
the matter of making arrangements for
the Ohnule liaseball team to rome to
i tho matttr
The league decided that nothing
' shonhl he done nt the nrescul tlmi ns
It was too early to timleitakc any
ropoittlons of tbo kind. However. If
tho Honolulu Athletic Club cared to
take up the m.ittcr nnd make the ai
rangements. It was perfect 1) privileged
to do so
The dflleiilt) about the Honolulu
Athletic Club taking up the matter Is
j Just here The league has already met
1 and arranged Its schedule, of games
for the coming season and theie are no
vacant dates that could pofcslbly be
used by visiting teams. It looks vei)
much as It the league docs not care to
Invito visitors to come to Honolulu
and tliereb) make the season of base
ball more Interesting tu the l.iige num
bcr of lovers of the game.
It will be remembered that the man
ngement of the OIinplc baseball team
write from San Franc'sco to s member
of the Honolulu Athletic Club some
time ago promising to come to Honolu
lu if the sum of $750 was guaranteed
the team Besides this, a most gener
ous offer was made In regard to the
gate receipts bv means of which the lu-
ml men putting up money would be
assuied against nil los, The proposi
tion Is the most favorable that has ever
been made by a team wishing to make
n visit to Honolulu.
The Fratc,rnB, Or,lor f ,.,,, xe
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l"n """'i'"" """ '" VxT "a"
lttst l,lt,nt Tlle, wab n fu,,l' S00(l
attendance and oveioue had a good
time. A Hawaiian quintet club fm
nished the music. Tho suppei was
furnished by Dick Daly or tho Palace
drill It was an excellent collation
ami showeil what Mr. Dal can do.
There were eighteen dances on the
program The committees in charge
of tho affair were as follows'
Committee of Arrangements T A
Simpson V P, Hairy Flint, W Con.;
F. A Majfltld, W. O. G; Duke Me-
Nlchol, D. M Thompson, O A Bow.
cr. W Chaplain, Thos. Blatk, W. I. G ;
A. II Moore, Robert French George
Reception Committee T. A Simp
son, C. Graham. F. M. Brooks. W. F.
Drake, Geoigo Cnvanuugh.
Refreshment Committee Hubert
French, Harry Flint.
Floor Commltloo Duke Mc Nlchol
G A. Bower A H. Moore
Flnanco Committee T A. Simp
Docoratlon Committee I) M
Thompson, F A. Ma field
Printing Committee Duko Mr
Nlchol, A. H. Moore. O. W. Audcr
son. Hall nnd Music Committee T. A.
Simpson, G A. Bower.
Eastman pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for salo at Honolulu Photo Blip
ply Co. nt 20 per cent below icgulir
iJEYY HEAD OF Y. ffl. C. A.
CHOSEN BY DIRECTORS
Selection Meets With Unanimous Ap
proval of All Those Interested
in Affairs of Associa
tion. Tho selection at the postponed an-
nuol meeting of tho Y. M. C. A. last
night of J. 11, Atherton ns president for
the ensuing jcar meets the approval ot
nil thoso Interested In tho welfare ot
tho association. Mr. Atherton Is n,
worker as well ns a man who can di
rect affairs and therefore lie Is most
valuable to the Y. M. C. A. At last
night's meeting he was unanimously
chosen president. Following Is n full
list ot otllcers and chairmen of the va
rious committees elected for tho en
President J. B. Atherton,
Vice President J. P. Cooke.
Treasurer C. II. Atherton.
Recording Sccrctsr It. II. Tunt.
Chairmen Association Review edi
tor. Geo, B. McClcllan; Hcvlcw bnsl
ncss manager, F. J, Russell; devo
tional, C, .1. Day, membeishlp, M A.
Cheek; finance. C. It. CooIcp, social and
entcrtnlnmcnt, F. C. Atherton; educa
tional, Edgar Wood; phslral, A. T.
Brock; Junior, John Templeton, cm-
plotncnt, W. W. Hall, visiting, Philip
Dodge; temperance, F. .1. Lowrcy,
The report of Treasurer C II. Ath
erton showed receipts for the year end
ing March 31 to bo ?7590.10. The ex
penditures were so large that a loan
had to be made to cover tho deficit, T.
Cltvc Davlc8. who pieslded at the meet
Ing, said that the expenses bad ex
ceeded tho receipts for many reasons.
Thero hnd been extensive sewer con
nections and roof repairs made, nnd the
insurance had fallen due. He asked
that every member of the association
put his shoulder to the wheel and maka
every effort to llquldato the debt.
It was voted at the meeting that the
reports of tho general secretary, phy
sical director and chairman ot tho edit
catlonal committee be not presented
until the anniversary next Monday
evening. The report of the dcvotlonnl
committee was very satisfactory. Kd
gar Wood, of tho educational commit
tee, said that It was his belief the work
nf tho Y M. C A. could be broadened
materially. The closing of tho public
night school gave the Y. M. C. A. nn
opening stmt for tho establishment of
new clases An tho next meeting of
the dlicrtors .Mi, Wood will present
an outline of what classes no consldcis
nccessarj to broaden the Svopc of tha
work of the Y. Jl. C, A.
'I he report of the work In the Junior
department was presented by Physical
Director Young. It told of the furnish
Ing ot n room In the association build
ing by the ladles of the Y W. C. A
One summer outing v,smp had been
held at Walklkl and tho next ona
would proLubl) be at u more i emote lo
The leport of the membeishlp com
mittee shnwrd that 4S0 members weiei
on the lolls for the year, as rollows
Active, ill; associate. 211; Junior, 70.
Only one member had been lost hv
dpath the first since the sinking of tho
Illo. Theie were 145 new addition)
dining the jeur and 10 more wero add
ed last night The committee felt
strongly In favor of raising the mem
bership fee, but as the gjmnaslum fa
cilities were limited they hesitated
about doing so.
Mr. Davlcs announced Hint tho an
niversary meeting of tho Y. M. C A.
would be held on Monday evening next
In the nsForlatlon hall when Bishop
Nichols would probably deliver an ad
dress The Amateur Orchestra will
also be present. Reports will bo mado
bj the various offlceis of tho associa
tion and addresses will bo delivered by
the otllcers. The proceedings will h
followed by a game of basketball In
Seventh Day Advents
- in Beautiful Row
Chicago Marih 29. Klght dissent
ing membcts ol tho Seventh Hay Ail
ventlst Chinch will spend Easter Sun
. ay In cells at the Fifteenth street po
licet station They have refused ball
auel aio waiting, they say, for tho Lend
to deliver them.
A chinch riot In tho midst ot holy
son Ices, during which men and wom
en btiuggled together In florco hand
to hand conflict and smashed hats with
Bibles lu their hands, led to tho arrest
of the eight.
Tho Adventlst ehuici at Michigan
avenue aud Foity-slxth stroct, where
2000 poisons wero attending tho Stato
conference of tho church, was tho
scene of tho fighting yesterday afteu
noon. Two ot thoso arresled wcro del
egates to tho conference. Another del
egato escaped from tho hands of tbo
II. F Nelson of 910 CI bourn avnnuo
led the revoltcrs. Ho and his compan
ions confess Hint they went to tho
church to Interrupt hto meeting and
storo tho members for their alleged
divergence from tho oilglnal tenets
ot tho church. Tho cutranco of tho
band of disturbers with Nelson nt tholr
head was tho signal fur trouble.
Nelson wns recognized as an old of
fender In that lino and when ho began
to talk In u loud voice a hundred
vnlcos commanded him to bo silent
Instead of teasing to Bpcnk, Nelson
raised his voice and Immediately thorn
was n surge ol ,no enngregntlon to
wnrel him. Then began tho fight It
Increased In ferocity nnd nolso until
tho last struggling dissenter hnd beon
dragged across tho church floor by
.licels or clothing nnd tossed from the
lincit porch In tho street. It continued
ovim tie) ond that, until a patrol wag
on from tho Fifteenth street police sta
tion was filled with dissenters nnd
..ivcn away to tho accompaniment of
tho hoots nnd shouts of thoso buhlml
tho barricaded doors.
Bulletin 75c oer rronth.
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