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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, AP1UI. 22, 1902.
BOERS WAR EXPENSES MAY CAUSE
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able. Room 10 Mclntyro Block.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
BRITISH TO DESERT FREE TRADE
SITUATIONS WANTIiD. HELP WANTED.
Situations ond Help Wanted Ads. will be Inserted PR Ell.
ELKS DUILDINQ, C16 Miller Street.
WANTED A man now employed
wants to better himself; over nix
sears' experience In office work. Ad-
MiVm W, this office. 212"lw'z
WANTED lly young man, clerical i
position of nny kind; first-class 'l-
nud references. II. F-, this ofllce. I
WANTED-Pos.tlon In olllco by oung ,
mail, nauuy wuu cype-wi ucr. nus
Address G. II . this oiure.
WANTED lly experienced man of 23 ,
occupation as bookkeeper, toro
clerk, night watchman, lima or any
other po-ltlon; retnunerntiou $C0 up;
ilrst-ratu Island references. Apply
P. 0. box 2S. 212 l-tf!
WANTED-Ily a young lady, situation
88 stenographer and typewr Iter; rot-
CrCDCVS. AUUrusn I.., DUIIl'UU UUIIU
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15e
Per line, two Insertions.... Z5o
Per line, ene week 30o
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
tver offered the neople of Honolulu.
BOWERS-MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT. XL AGENCY Nlght
watchmen lurwsncu lor ouiiuings. i
bu.lns property and residences.
Office and llesldonce. School St.; ,
P. Q. Hox 284; Tel. White 3C91. j
SPECIAL NOTICE - Ilond furnished ,
10 any amount tor cuo man uuiuing 1
position ns guardian, postoflko oQl-,
clal or any other iMisltton of trust.
Honolulu Invcstnieut Co. 2031-tt
WANTED Pupils. Mme. I. 1-nnv
bi rt, the fashlonalilo French dress
maker from Paris, will open a
Mboel lor ouug ladles desirous ot
leiuuiug the art. teaching a system
entirety her own. Parlors, GOcJ Uos-
ton llldg. 212l'ir
WANTED Do ou want to get rid 01
yotu dandiuH? Try Pacheto's Dan
druff Killer It kt'eps the sculp In .1
healthy condition. At bnlon llarber
WANT your whlitkors amputated? Go
to Jefrs. He shaves fur 15c; 5 white
barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf
i"0 LET Cottnge on Vunchhowl St.;
"odern Improvements. Apply to A.
G. Cunba, 2d tioupo abovn Mormon
Church. Floor matted. 212C-lra
FOR RENT Veiy dosliaMc iinfiirnlKli
ed month In prlvntu house; be-iuti
ml location; wlthlu two minutes'
walk ut posto'fflce. Address Hox
clti. P. O. 212; tf
FOR RENT That commodious icsi
deuce ut l-'-O.' Nuuanu Ave.; modem
uuceuleuccs nnd sanitary plumb
Inj;. Apply to C. H. Dickey. 39 King
1 v.t, COTTAGES on Vineyard St. nr.'
Nuuauu; hIx rooms each; patent W.
C. Apply Joaqulm Hllva, Klnau St.
opp. Queen's Hospital. 2120 t(
FOR RENT Second story of btlck
building on Ileretnnla street, next
to Progress UlocK; 1.1 rooms with
wasU-baslns In each, counected with FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
fewer, nnd wlied for electric IIkIiIb: l'rcs9 n- u- Duncan, at Jlullotln of-
suitable Tor lodgings: nt $73 per
month on two years' Icac. Address
Frank Hustace, C Ileretnnla St.
TO LET llooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc
lntyro Dulldlng, nt present occupied
by Vtckory'H Art Exhibit. Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Ilrewer & Co.'s.
TO LET IIouso on Young Street at
present occupied by W. Necdhnm,
Esq., near McCully Tract. Hns three
sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold
iCatcr. Apply E. K. Illshop, nt C.
Brcwt-r & Co. 2117-tf
TO LET Residence of J. C'assldy,
Walklkl; furnished; good bathing.
Appiy Wnterhouso & Podmore, llcth
el and King Sts. 2103-lf
TO LET New houso on Uerotanln
bedrooms, kitchen nnd bath. Apply
inu run hi. sxoi-lm
TO LET Fivo room cottago off Wnl
klkl road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
flee, Punaboti. 2001-.f
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attornoya
nt-Law; Room 11 Magoon bldg.;
'Phonn Mnln 133.
F. M. BROOKS--.. (torney; rooms 9-10,
flprfckols lildg.: Tel. Main 344.
CARL06 A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna
humanii 81 Tel ul Main
J. M. DAVID80N Attorney-at-Law.
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneynt
lsw; Knnhiimanu 8t.
CORNS removod without pain by D.
M. Thomson, export Chiropodist, of
fices at 11 Garden lano. 2110-lm
. - bibikkit&Ml.rit ....U,.'., .rtw, W - -i."Klyi.i
WANTED - V nurso girl to tnlto rnro
of 3-month old baby Apply '239
Matlock Atomic. 12s tf.
Ijis Neat cottage. 5 rooms and bath:
off Lllthn, near School St. Apply
P. J- Hussoll, Magoon Hide. 9stf
Tall nt Silent Bar-
. HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished i
ltoomi, light nnd airy; $1.00 to $2.50
per neck; hot nnd cold baths; best
board In the city. I
TO LET Nlccfuly furnished ixx)ms nt
1142 Adams lane, back of Elite. Suit
able for families. 2121-lw
TQ LETMos(U1,to proof room8, CD
Rullo or ,',.,. ptulcplionc.. etc.
ll,,r(nnln Avn n.,r If ....nmnnLll.
.jq LET Cottages off School St, nr.
$1S nnd $10. 1. E. It
32 Campbell block. 31G
FOR RENT furnished housekeeping
rooms. $12 and J2: no children; nl
so tottngo, $2.; best location nnd
all connected with sewer. Enquire
1' E. King. Cottage drove. 2113 tf
TO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin-
gle or en suite, Urst-class tablo
boaril DOt anij coIll watcri ccctrlc
lights, etc. 1270 Doretanla St.
TO LET Furnished rooms nt
McConnels. Garden lane.
FOR RENT- Largo front room for ,
gentleman or couple. Accommoda
tions for light housekeeping If re
Ciiiircd. 14b 1 Nuunnu Am-., Just
ubovo Vineyard. 211C-tf.
lT.h.ETT.Fu.r"i9.1,f.lr?T.?-t JiiiiMANFO. HARNESS COCorncr Fort
etunl.'i St. near Kort; tablo board It
FOR SALE Good squaro piano, below
$75. Apply 777 Kort St. , 2127-lw
FOR 8ALE1 l.odgo & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts np to six Inches; all new ma
chines, now- on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. W. II. 1'aln.
Puliation. , 212Ctf
FOR 3ALE Two 3 yeui old giado
Jersey cows Just calved; good milk
ers ond gentle, glUug ten to twelve
qua its a da each of rich milk. Ap
ply to California Feed Co. 2126 If
FOR SALE A good HcbtocU rubber
tired runabout; nearly new. G, 1).
McClellau, 100 Stangenwnld llldg.
FOR SALE 30 acres of cahiable prop
erty at Pearl City. Improvements,
.1 gmid houses:, rlco mill, niteslun
well. Denrlng fruit trees, 5 acres
suitable for gardening, llalanco un
der cultivation In rice. Kor particu
lars apply to J. Arnihtrong. Pearl
City. 2121 lm
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A Small
cash payment and only $15 per
montti will get you n nlco house and
lot on Kumiwal road nr. Ltllb.i SL
Few lots lefL Inquiro soon. P. E.
11. Strain h, 32 Campbell buJ.,31C Fort
FOR SALE Eggs, from puro bred
black Mluorcas, Nurtoup strains, $3
per setting, jert's, 43 King St.
ROOM AIND BOARD.
j HELEN'S COURT Hack of Elite;
under new management; strictly
tln-i-c-lnss; light, nlry. mosquito proof
rooms. Mrs. J. Duggau.
iTHE LOS ANGELES
1S23 Fort RL:
nowly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms roaionable. 1930 tf
LOST Cuff button or Kukul nut. with
gold 'trap, "loha" engiaved upon
It. Iti i.nrd If leturned to this olllca
LOST A ladles' gray broadcloth
ape, lined with gray silk. Howard
for return to llulletln office.
STERLING bicycle, N0. 12C12 taken
from Magoon llldg. Apr. 12. Howard
for return F. J. Russell, Magoon bid.
LOST A gold stickpin. In shnpo of
fox head. Howard If returned to
MolleMn office. 2110 tf
dcDONALDA LANG8TON Contract-
".ilMor n..x Union HI
31. vcUE REPAIRING.
COWAN 11 ftfi vou St.,
" "lei innrlea ole
l WALKER Coffee Ilrnkcr;
I e-rM,t p. ,l,)e
ofcrinr VFHIPLE RUPPLV flO
I'lnn rnrrhiros wnenns hnrnns"
, ...Mr,,, rtnrninnln nenr Vrr Jt
tmi KAQM m.. LTD. Two stores
1! t'i Ilnlel Bt. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
ALBERT D. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Bcr
ctanta nud Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,
11S4 Alakca St.; oinco houris, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Has administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; ofUcc, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 lllue. Room 4,
MADAME M, LAMBERT, tho stylish
Kronen Dressmaker fiom Paris, ha3
removed her dressmaking parlors
fiom the corner bf Vineyard and
Iur.ch.boul streets to tho lloston
building, room 30C, where sho will
iio pleased to scu her patrons und
their friends. 2113-lm
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. 1-..IO bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Ilethel St., opp. Wnvcrloy blk.; Tel.
C21 nlue; pkgs. called for nnd dcl'd.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 163 Young
Mens Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEA8 nerctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
Walty; 712 Kort SL, Orpneum blk.;
Tel. 0S1 Blue.
HA2ELW00D MARKT coml
Fort St., near Kttkul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
and King Sts.; Tel. Math 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Btables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 11S2 Unlou
St. opposlto Pnclflo Club. Nowly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-c.ass tablo board. Mrs. Haua,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jowcler and
watchmaker; G30 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Sirs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished nnd unfurnish
ed rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping, Union St., abovo Ho
nt the PANTHEON SALOON.
SL nr Hotel.; Tel.
'HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Doston
Ding.; toi. ZU4 Alain
MR. JAMES SHERIDAN Piano tuner
and repairer; So. 343 King St. near
Opera House. Orders at Wall, Nich
ols Co. and nt the Hawaiian Hook Ar
Music Store. Merchant St.
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for nil occasions. B. K
Knnl's studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Lcavo orders Berg
stroin Music Co.; J. 8. Ellis, Mgr.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocnl
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 102 J Bcreta
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort SL
BYRNE 4 LIVINGSTONE Rep. Ame
rican Mant's. Room 8 Progress blk.;
Toi. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Nose nnd
inoat; otuco at Eyo nnd Ear Infirm
ary, Atnkea SL
Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W, HODGINS Eye. Ear.
Noso and Throat only; office Alakea
St, latoly occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY,M,D., CM. I
-320 Doretanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye, Ear, Nose '
and Throat; 1140 Alakea St.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
v.'H. POUL8EN i-alntlng and paper
inn"lnc" Territory Stables. King St.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money In
vested on best securities. 32 Camp'
bell Block, 31C Fort stret-t.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots and
resinonres ror aale: 307 Stangen
wnld bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M, G. 8ILVA Agent for real estate
nlso to grant marriage licenses'
5 Merchnnt Rt.: Tel. Main 115.
E. MORIKtJCHI .4 Hotel St.. nr. Nn
uanu. Felt, straw, Panama bats
New Yonc, April 14. A cablo to tho
iri'uutio irotn Loudon says: Krueger,
bisldes "staggering utiiuanuy," hns
, , ., . ,
driven the last nan 1:1 mo loifin of
tree trade. Sir Mlcnael llicus-llcaeli
has reiiulred consltierablo pressure,
nnd he hns yielded ri-iin.iun.ly. Sir
Hubert Olrien, who was onto tuo hope
of tho stern, unbending C'olidenites,
has been coaching htm In the columns
o' the Times, and nt laBt tho cue Is
Taxation of corn Is resumed, nl-
though the abolition of tho corn laws The Hpeech was clear evidence that 'case, tills loan will probably he call
vas the supremo end of Cobden'g ngl- Sli Michael had yielded 10 pressure ! .! up In small Installments only.
latum, which converted England Into
Iht pioneer free trndo nation. Iho
hcmls on the dial plate, ns devout Cob- determined to have tho duties on food- mens to Indicate that the Government
dtnlti-s will say. are now turned back, bluffs ordered before assembling the Iihh strong hopes of a speedy Issue of
Hlcks-lle.ich sought In mlnlnilzo tho Inperlal conference when the colonial the i.egotlattons now pending a Pre-ImporiniH-e
of tho new taxation by dc- pit tnli-rs arrive hero for the corona-' trrla between the Doer leaders', at
scribing It ns a rovlinl of the reglstra- Hon. ho that there could bo some basis trough It wishes to Impress the world
Hon duty on wheat and flour, which for tiie preferential treatment of Can-,n general nnd the Doers In particular
oi'ght nrer to havo been repealed, iida and other colonies. 'th Its ablllTy and determination to
mid which had nothing to do with tho London, April 14. Not for many ' push the war to a finish should tho
pioti-ili system, but Hmcoiirt did i-uim hns Oroat Ilrltnln's fiscal pro- lirltlsh terms of peace be refused,
lot allow tho House- to be ilcrciwd by gram been awaited with such Interest j sir Michael Hlcks-lleach Is seldom
thisc sophistries, and chnructorI;.i-d :m Hint .which attaches to this year's dinmatlc; but when ho reierrcd today
tho taxation of fond us Im-iiinpatlhlo niu.onuccmenf, nn.d therb Is no doubt u the Government's Intention to re
v:th in, inv tiadi Bjstcin. tbnt nil the proposals contained In th stcck the Hoer as well as tho Colonial
T.'io budget speech ( rented n nrcat iiiiilget given out tonny by Sir Michael f;.rms, his voice rose to an eloquent
sciu'ntl-m In the Commons, wheto tho HIcKs'lcach. the Chancellor of the 'pitch. His gesture, as he spoke Iri
ixtent of the deficiency nnd tho tin-
tun- of tTie new taxes wero surpilHos,
Kxperts had estimated the deficit lime-
r"''V C20.000.noO or VIS.IMHM0.
It wns t2fi2l.iioo, and was Incieased
I in e ji iiihi iirtii 1.,- tii.. 0..n -...-... ,.
to .C4lsi.O04 by the sea transport of
w-ldiers nnd gratuities nt the close of
tin- war. Tho speech contained fewer
Jol.es than usual, for llliks-llench ap
preciated apparently the setloiisness
of tho departure from a policy handed
down b) two generations of free trade
financiers. It wns received with mixed
Mgns ol doubt and npproMil on tho,piovlslnn of the budget, namely, the ula.
r- . v n- Ka r r rs . n na ? : Ki t Ni m m b t r-s Pa ns r-i si jsj r-5 r-, v s. ? m p n c- r. 11
CIIIIIIRd IN UI1A
Mnnlh April 13. The cholera idtu-'
ntlon In Manila continues much the
si.nie but Vim conditions In the prov-,
liucs nie becoming alarming. The to
tal of cholera cases In Manila up to
date Is 213, while tliere Imo been 192
deaths from the dlboase. In tho prov
Inw there hnvc been IIS cases nnd
MS deaths. I
Tho United States Army transport
Grant, whllu on her way to Samar Isl
ni.d, put In to Legaspl. In Southern
Luzon, having on board n teamster
x ho had the cholera. Tho Giant ohU-I
,-u iui usAiBiuuuc. uiic was puiccii in
nltnrnntlim fnr Ilia ,1-iva u 1,..h u,,.l
piles of water, food and coal wero llm
llnl, she decided to return to Maiill.t.
The teanixtir died of tho disease.
Futir Americans have been attacked
Wltli cholera In Mnnllu nnd one of
I t'tc-m dl- d.
MtbbOM WILL PROVE IT
.Manila, April 13. A number of
imminent business men. ut u mc-tlng
here jesterduy, decided to petition
the Commission to drop the proceed
ing" against Freedom, the local paper,
t.ie ulltor of which Is charged with
ti-dltlon; but the editor objected, say
ing he would prou every statement
n.itde. The merchants hope tho caso
will not be tiled, as the) bellovo tho
nutter may have n bad effect on Phil
STENOGRAPHY and typewriting neat
lynnd accurately dono at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
I PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is Jccpt
right. Try It. At mo PANTHEl ,
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg., U10 Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
1000 Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
ehrnnnmeter maker. 79 Merchant St.
AND (IF MAUI I AUAINA
. ...... w. iiiiiui) bnimuini
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. EIo
ennt turnouts; Tt-lepUono No. 12C.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale. Liquors, Merchandise. C, B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
1 nnu siirueon; Lalialna. Maul.
i. H. DUNN Express and druyngo;
Ae' Wilder nnd Inter-IsInnd.Tel. 113
"TOP nt Pioneer Hotel. Excollcnt oc
rommnilntlniis 0 Freelnnd. Mgr
i. H. nt"NNNoary Pntillc. Copvov
nnces Tlonutv Tnx Collector. I.eal
DoeumentR. Office flovnrnment bldg
(lovornment sido nnd with cvIdon,t dc-
ligiu auu relief by tho opposition
lit 111 lieu, tnu demoralized Liberal par-
i; IIUVlIlK Ul lUHt 1UUI1U UU IHoUU VU
..... ., j ,, , ..
which all tactions Could unite. Tho
llllmt MmllI(,t nlndo wn8 n cxprcs.
rion ot surprise that tho Government
r.nd waliod until peace was In sight
befnro abandoning Cobden's principles
nnd had restored the registration du-
,lch on grain and flour for tho Bako of
nlslng U2G.COO.000, which might have
Iircn obtained by tho Increase of the
Htm Joseph Chamberlain. The See-
ri - lnry for the Colonics evidently was '
Exchequer, will he adopted. It Is
equally cortaln, howcer, that none of
(be pioposals will meet wltn the unan-
Ikious npproval of cither side of the
More Important, perhaps, .than th
c ttruius forms ot the new taxation Is
the statement made by the Chancellor
n' the Exchequer that tho Government
ban nrceiled to the llocr demand con-
cc inlng the restocking of farms. At
'a lato hour tonight It Is learned upon
excellent authority that the principal
Wnshlngtun Aprlt 13. The issuc-a
i-re fairly Joined between the Lleuteu-
nut icner.il and the Secretary of ti'ar.
Tlio tioubles which began long ngo
miner me cieu'ianu nuministratioii
I.i e finally reached so critical a bli'ge
tint a compulsory ictlrcmcnt of tien-
i ml Mile,! at an early date Is an open
Heciet undHj not denied at the Wlilto
neuse. in explanation of President 1, put In his place as Lieutenant Den
Itiiosei clfs rosltlon, ono of his cluse trnl. as It Is known that tho Adminls
lib nds, who unquestionably speaks trr Hon has been very desirous of reo
1 nuthorIt. sild: , or.niilng Gencial Brooke's long and
"The question Is not a personal one tf Itliful service. General Brooke, dur-
between (leneral Miles nnd Secretary
limit. At present Secretary Ttoot has
on his shoulders a heavier burden
tiii.n nny other member of tho Admin-
Intuition. No man less strong could
eiury It nt all; and now, at the u-ry
tune when he requires tho most 'oyal
suppoit of every subordinate who
vIhIicb well to tho Army and tho Na-
Hon. ho has to spend mueii of h.s
hliength In meeting tho opposition ot
Ihe commanding General. If General
.Miles Is retired ft will bo simply be-
e.iiiho. after a patient trial, President
Itiiosewdt feels that on tho highest
c'lhlenl grounds his retention would
vt ik grave nnd lasting Injury to tho
A i my as a whole.
'As somo of General Miles' Mends
hue Hiilil tliat It would bo unfair to
letlie him. it should bo said In the
Iliht plaen tliat he secured his promo-
Him tu ii llrlgnillor ncncralshlp only
tliiough tho similar forced retirement
cr General Old, ho himself bolus
Jumped over a number ot his senior
ulTlec-rit-to tho vacancy thus created, '
uiui in nig Bcconu piaco, that tho only
jctliui of tho klmT taken by President
Roosi-Mlt since ho hns been In office
wnn In tlio enso of Colonol Noycs. wlio
wan coinpulsoiily retired after reach-
tng tho ngo of 62. on tho recommen-
dntim. nt r.J, " .I"."
..... ,,,vo. iu ouicr
treasury loan of 32,000,000, upon
which Sir Michael lllcks-ueach was
remarkably reticent, has a serious
It - drillR UIIUU II1U LlVttCU IIUCBIIUU. ineiu
. , . , . ,
nppears to bo a very strong belief In
,, Cabinet thai owing to the expect-
cd early termination of tho war tba
A.'32,0UO.0OO will novcr bo needed.
When that section of tho budget gets
tJ the cotnmlttco state the peace ne-
inflations will probably havo reached
such a shape that Sir Michael Hicks-
lleach will be able to announce n dim-
Irutlon of today's estimates. In nny
The fear to explain the important
point Is taken In the House of Com-
raise of tho valor of the floors and
expressed his hopes for subsequent
(ltlindshlp between llrlton and llocr,
took the house with him, and tno
cheers, especially from the opposition,
pi evented the speaker from conllnu
ley his speech for somo moments. I)ur-
111 this pause tho Chancellor of the
Exchequer turned toward Mr. Cham-
berlaln, the Colonial Secretary, who
lent pale and motionless, plainly nono
'too pleased at this official recantation
of his "unconditional surrender" form-
NELSON A. MILES.
words, tho Ocneial has himself rcc-
or.imended nnd piofltcd by the very
ac,lun "I,lch ,,la f,lt'nil now ft'ar " ?
be taken nt his expense.
"If lie should no uut before flcnernl
nook.. 8 retlied. (leneral Brooke, vho
is (Jeneral .Miles' senior both In scr-
uce and In nge, and who did gallant
ami distinguished work as a volunteer
In tho Civil War, would undoubtedly
Hie tho Civil War. rendered equally
meritorious service with Genornl
.Miles; acneral Brooke was tho first to
obtain n commission and throughout
the- Civil Wnr he retained his advan-
tage. ending tho wnr as General Miles'
suitor. After peace came General
MIIcb wns promoted over General
Biooke's head. As General Brooko
v. Ill necessarily hold the position but
hrlef period beforo retirement lor
rre. General S. B. M. Young Is likely
succeed General Brooke, and lien-
C"1 ChniTee's promotion will follow
'" J'eais hence."
Washington, April 10. Robert J
U-Vmn. tho WQShnKton corrcaponil.
c" of tho Now York Press, has been
ofiereil and has accepted tho offico of
First Assistant Postmaster Gcnoinl.
Hie nomlnatlnn wTll i.mlml,w i, .!..
n"tled to tlio Senato Immediately niter '
the President's return from Charles-1
tni. Tho chango will tnko effect Mny '
Irt or earlier, ns Johnson or m, t.- I
sej. whom ho succeeds, Is anxious to'
reliro as soon as possible
Modern Athens Is n city of marble
,T"nv of tho dwellings nml i.,iinn
T"1"""" nnd neirlv all .tlio public edl
TiT" "r "' that ma,0,.l,V Kn'' ovon tllf
"? on some of tho ctroets uf,
paveu with It.
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A WEAK BACK.
Some pcoplo suffer from this ailment
nearly nil their lives. They are ner
vous and despondent through loss of
sleep. The fact Is their kidneys nre
weak and aro unable to perform their
proper functions. Tho best medicine
to strengthen tba kidneys, stimulate
the liver and euro Indigestion, dyspep
sia, sleeplessness or malaria, fever
and ague, Is
DOESN'T CHECK RUSSIA "
Germany May Now Join in Opposi
tion of Great Britain and
New York, April 13. A cablo to tho
Irlbuno from London says: The Man
Qjiurlnn convention has naturally been
ntceptcd by the British 'press as a so-
quel to the Anglo-Japanese agreement.
While It provides for Russian evacua
tion by gradual stages and dispenses
with selfish schemes for a monopoly
of trade. It leaves the trans-Asian rail
way under control of a power which
never abandons ambitious projects,
but stands and waits for a convenient
time to carry them out. A temporary
I alt has been ordered In Iho Ilusslan
i:mrch across Asia, and during the In
taval the facilities for a land attack
upon China will bo gradually Increas
ed Nothing but collective nctlon by
the United States, tho British empire
'!d Germany ts likely to block the
ultimate extension of Ilusslan domin
ion to the Pacific.
Tho westward movement of Russian
ambition has not escaped tho attention
of Germany, whero tho Husslflcatlon
of Finland has been regarded as tho
l.nlf-way houso on tho road to the sub
jugation ot tho northern provinces of
Iho two Scandinavian kingdoms.
Tho Times prints today in largo typo
an article by Edmund Gosse showing
that Norway la keenly allvo to tho
frrces picsslng Russia onward to tho
North Atlantic ocean, and that defen
sive measures have not been neg
BUTZKE In this city, Apiil 20, 1902,
to the wife of Charles llutzke, a Bon
Sau Francisco, April 11. Thomas
Garrett of the Evenlue Post of thi
city was nstaultc-d about 9 o'clock yes- .
cciuay morning on Post street, near j
Grant avenue, bv an unknown mnn it.. I
to a late hour last nicht the (dentin- '
bit tho man who made the absault had
noi oeen established.
Garrett was on his way from tho
Hotel Savoy, where he lesldea. to hi
ofllce, and had reached a point on Post
street (n front of the Turkish I, nil, a
when a well-dressed man stepped up to
mm mm ucau mm a Heavy blow in tho
face, saying at the same time:
"I'll teach you to insult mv slmnr
you dirty dog."
Ho continued to rain Mown on llm-.
rctt's face until the latter ami: in i,
sidewalk, and then attempted to kick
urn prusiriue man. Krecl Hulstcad.
Who Was Btnndllli: at n rle.lr af,l ,,..
by, Interfered and threatened to talto
wan in mo urrray himself If further
violence was attemnleil. Anniho. ,.,
evidently a friend of tho assailant.
stood by, and when Ilunsteiui Intom,,.
cd tlio assailant and his friend ran
iiiiougn uio Turkish bath establish
ment. From thcie it Is not known
what courfco they took.
Ilanstead helped the battered man
Into n neighboring barber shop and
summoned a phjslclun. Dr. O'Brien
gave temporary lelicf to the sufferer,
and later ho was removed to his hotel
and put to bed. Ho had icceUeil n cut
on the mouth which snlit both n,. n.i
sovero contusions and brumes on tho
faco and head. His Iujuiic3 are not at
nil sciious, and he will bo able to re
biime business In a day or two.
Garrett claims to know no motive
for tho assault and says ho cannot ex
plain the romaik of tho assailant when
mo ursi uiow was delivered.
Oarrett for a reason not explained
requested that tho man who saved him
from further Injury should bo detalneu
until ho could swear tqn complaint
against him, and Seymour ngiccd to du