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KVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T THUnSDAY, MAY llf. 190
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
NEW BUILDING, COR. PORT AND KINO ST.
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very Intent In the market.
RolitriHon Block, Hotel Street.
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CCUNTESS OF STAVRA. AMERICAN BELLE OF THE RIVIERA.
American limrl-ts returning fioin Medlterranviiu poits say that the
nckuoultiUnl belle of Ibc llhlera Ibis reason has been the Countess of
Slaxra. the ouuu. rieb mid beautiful widow- who wns fmmcrly Miss Mabel
'liltoii of New York It bus Ihvii rumored seveinl times that she was
iimngiil tu this or that titled foreluiur. but the latest report Is that she Is
to become the wife of an otllccr In the Ilrltlsb army who Is a member of
an old Uugllsh family.
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Following Is the meteorological sum
mary for the month Of April as com
piled by Curtis J. Lyons, tho Govern
Temperature mean for tho month,
71.8; normal, 72.S, average dally max
imum, 77.4; average dally minimum,
66.7; mean dally range, 10.7; greatest
dally range, 1!) degrees; least dally
range, 7 degrees; highest temperature,
SO; loweBt, Gl.
Darometer average, 30.U17, normal,
30.032; highest. 30.1b. on tliu 17th and
ISth; lowest 29 84, on the I'd; greatest
i'4-hour change, 0 10, I. e., from any
filVSn hour on one liny to Iho same
hour on the next; "lows' passed this
point on the ?d and tith; "highs" on
tho 8th and 18th.
RelatUe humidity, 72 5; normal,
71.5; mean dew point, G1.9; normal,
(13; mean absolute moisture, G.15
grains to tho cubic foot; normal, 0.40;
dew on the grass. If days.
Rainfall, 1.67 Inches; normal, 2,90;
rain record days, 17; normal, 17;
greatest rainfall In one 9uy .CO, on tho
4th; total at Luakaha, 25 00; at Ka
plolanl Park, 1.23.
Tho artesian well lovel rose during
tho month from 31X5 to 31,10 fecC
abovo mean sea level. Tha average
dally mean sea lovi'l for tile month was
9.7u (feet) on the scalo, 10 00 repre
senting the assumed annual mean.
Tiadewlnd dajs, 21 (8 of N.N.L');
normal, 20; average forco of wind dur
ing daylight, Ilcaufort scale, 2 C. Cloud
iness, tenths of sky, 11, normal, 5.1.
Approximate) percentages of district
ruSfall as compared with normal Hl
lo. SO per cent; Hairrakua, 100, Kolia
la, 120; Walmca, 120; Konn, to. Kail.
10, Puna, 100; Maul, 173, Onliu, ex
tremely variable, from 66 In Honolulu
to 200 In Koolau; Kauai, 175. 'Iho
lunvlCBt rainfall for Iho month wnn
at Nnhlku i:.mt Maul, 1G0O feet eka-'
Hon, 39 GO, with 12 32 in 21 hours, At
Wulapae. 15 miles distant, no rain for
tho month. J
Mean temperatures: l'cpookeo, Hilo
He weigh 355 lbs. anil rides a
C'lev eland. Wo have them for riders
of any weight.
iou will And the Cleveland a first
clars wheel in every respert and sells
for little money.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orfenl.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, -
district, 100 feet elevation, average
maximum, ,76.4; averago minimum,
67.3. Walmea. Hawaii, 2730 feet ele
vation, 75.3 and 59.6; Konala, 521 feet
elevation, 7G.1 and C5.1; vaiakcn, hu
la. Maul, 2700 elevation, V3.7 and 58.1;
Nahlku. Maul, ftOO elevation, 72.G and
C1.7, United States Magnetic Observ-
atorj-, 83.4 and G3.8; Kwa MjTi. 80.7 and
fil.3. Mr. Ileming at the Magnetic
Observ atorj', reports 9 a. m. dew- point
G1.9. relative humidity, G4.2; 9 p. m ,
G1.5 and 78.2', mean, 61.6 and 71.1.
Hwa mean dew point 60, mean humid
ity, CS; Kolinla mean dew point, C4;
mean humidity, SO.
Harthquako on Hawaii on tho "th,
10.30 p m ulso no'tleed at Honolulu
Heavy suif, 1st to 3d, 9th, iOtli and
The month was on the whole un
eventful In tho metorologlcal line.
SPECIAL RATE3 FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuislno and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Rest of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all tho year
round Hot ami Cold Wa
ter Hatis Ilauffet, Liv
ery. T;ectrle Lights.
L 11. I)i:i:, Proprietor.
Ring up Phono Rod 71.
A LABOR MAYOR
I-ibor party mayors arc coming Into
such piomlncnce these days that the
following Hartford correspondence of
the Uoston Transcript bearing on tb
Connecticut situation will be read with
The causes which resulted In the
election to the office of Ma) or of Hart-
foul of a clerk In a clothing store, who
has only lled In the city seven years,
and who Is not a property owner here
ire naturally not well understood out'
side the clt). The Economic League Is
the name of an organization of work-
lpgmen formed a few months ago for
the purpose of enabling them to make
their Influence felt In local politics. I
Some of those who joined It had voted
the Republican ticket In former elec
tions, and a larger number had voted
with the Democrats.
The suggestion that the league Is a
Hryanllc concern has no foundation at
all The worklngmen who wire at
traded. to It felt that the municipal
go eminent wns a good deal In the
hands of a few people who had largs
financial Interests In local corpora
tions, such as usually seek close rela
tions with municipal bodies In all Am
erican cities The last .Major of Hart
ford hnd not made an objcctlonablo
iccord. He was a Republican, who had
been a candidate for .Major more than
twenty jears ago. and had been beaten
at the polls He was n life insurance
agent but having two rich and In-
lliientl.il brothers. .lolm V. uaruison
in the manager and controlling spirit
of the Hartford Clt Gas Light, Com-
pan a position which lie lias ncm ior
la generation Hugh Harbison was for-
. merly superintendent of the Colt's Fire
rms Company, n position from which
he retired with a large fortune. Alex
ander llarlbson wns the politician of
the famll All were bom In the north
of lieland, and all are over CO jears ot
age "Aleck." as be Is lommonly
known, had enjoyed the favor neither
nf (ifitprmir IIiiIUhIpi .inil his roterls
of Hartford Republlians. nor of tin """ "" Walmea. nt 5 p .m.
other lotcrlo known as the Courant SAtLIKO TOMORROW,
irowd ' The Courant Bharpl antago-1 str Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Ha
nl7ed his nomination InlOuO, as ll wall and Maul ports, at noon .
I hud dune In ISTii, when he first ran
I for the Olllic of Major.
i Hut secret societies to which "Alcik '
belonged gained much power, and with
their backing he was able to not only
obtain the Republican nomination, but
to be elected over a weak Democratic
candidate l a majority of more than
3000 v'otis. Man of tliti.c votes wi-ie
Democratic No stronger antagonisms
were aroused during his two crs In
olllcc, with a single exception, Major
Harbison declined to reappoint as a
mitmlwM nt Ihn ItiMilth ItfLiril ti lm ill
lhsld.m who was a brother-in-law- ol
the most prominent Republican idltot
I of Hartford This editor's lnl!ucuc
which had been Insulllclcnt to preveul
the nomination of Major Harbison I
two jears ago was strong cnougli to
turn the scale against him In the He
publican city convention this jear. The
1 result was to throw the Haiblson fa
'mil) pull ugalnst the joung Republi
can business man, w ho got the nomina
tion nwaj from Major "Aleck" and
the result proved that this was one ol
the controlling Influences in the elec
tion. On the Democratic side there wni
also an Interesting situation. In re
cent jears, while the Republican party
has been constantly gaining In relative
strength, the Democratic party hat
been steadily enfeebled by various
causes. Fur somo years past the Dem
ocratic organization in Hartford hai
been In the iands of a corrupt gang,
composed largely of Irish rumsellers,
who hae used the organization for
money-making purposes. This has
made it harder and harder for respec
table Democrats to retain their party
connection. When the Economic
League came forward and captured
nenrly one-half of the Democratic
ward caucuses last week respectable
Democrats saw at last a way open to
get lid of the disreputable crowd In
the local organization. This element
opposed the nomination of the leader
of the league as the party candidate for
Major, but was defeated Immediately
the gang set to work to beat the nomi
nee, Mr. Sullivan, at the polls, and
while all the known "organization"
Democrats voted for him In order ta
maintain their regularity, they at the
same time did everything In their pow
er to induce their followers to vote fo:
the Republican cnndldate.
Thus, the former Republican Mayor
and his friends threw their whole In
fluence for the Democratic candidate
whllo the man who hns been for yean
the chairman of the city Democratic
committee, did all he could for the Re
publican candidate. The Harbison In
fluence, the knowledge that Mr. Sulli
van's election would put an end to the
rule of the "gang" In the local Dem
ocracy, and the really line organization
vi iiiu nuiniuKuieu were mree powerful i
lurct-H which logemer gave Hartford
Us young Irish Democratic Mayor. How
potent the Harbison Influence was Is
Indicated by the fact that In the May
or's home ward, which ho carried by
more than 800 majority two years ago
the mujorltj this jear was for Sullivan.
This explanation of the result In
Hartford lust Monday Is woithy of
record In order that nobody may sup
pose that this city is going over to
socialism or bedlam In Its municipal
government. It may be mentioned thnt
ono of the planks In tho Economic
league platform fnvois tho establish
ment of a municipal gas plant uml jet
the wliole power of the g.iB company
wns tluown for tho League candidate.
and ho would certainly have been de
feated If It had been against hi in. In
view of this fact, and also (hat a ma
jority of tho members of tho City Coun
cil arc polltlcolly opposed to tho new
Mnj'or, It may bo Infcried that theio
Is no great piobablllty of the city of
Hartfoid embarking In any fool experi
ments in gas making for somo timo to
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First quarter of the moon on
14th at 3.10 a, m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Timo Is 10b SOin
slower than Orcen wclh time, being
lust of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whistle ..owe at 1:.S0 p. m., whlco
Is the same as Qreenwicb, uu Om.
Weather Dureau, Punahou, May IS.
Temperature Morning minimum,
TO, Midday maximum, 79.
Darometer at It a. m 30 13. Falling.
Dew Point GIF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 03 per cent.
Diamond cllad Signal Station. May
1.1. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NC
Thursday. May 15
Str. Iwnlanl, Greene, from Kolon, nt
0:15 a. m., with 3900 bags of sugar.
Wednesday May 14.
Str l.ehua Naoiuta. for Moloknl and
MaU I)ort(,, at 5 p m.
; sir WalaUale. l'lltz. for Anahola. at
r, p. m.
Thursday. May 13
Am, bk Alden Ilcsie, Captain Kes
bcI. for 3an Francisco, at 'i p ni with
passengers and 20,000 lags of sugar.
0 S. S Alameda, from Snn Fran
cisco, May 10, due In the nfternoon.
Str. James Makie, Tullett, for Ka
pas and Annhola, at i p. m.
Str. Mlkahala. Giegory, for Elcele,
For San Francisco, per bark Alden
Ucki Ma 15 J S. Kusscll and wife.
M J McLean Miss llcndlxon and two
I'edersen chllilrin. Mauler 1) Mouritz
THE CASE GOES
tContluued. from pago 1.)
i -Mr ""uthltt replied for the Tcrrl
, "0 His nigument wns to controvert
, tin- Insinuation that thu pollco were In
collusion with tho attempted robberv.
He contended Kiat a clear iih hn.1
bwn ,,, out aKa-l the defeudaots
and that OConnell was not their a
compllce. Judge Robinson charged the Jury nt
1.30 this nfternoon, taking Just ten
minutes Ho explained tho difference
between Judicial nnd extrajudicial con
fessions. An extrajudicial confession
not being supported by tho solemnity
of an oatlT. and no opportunity given
for cross-examination, 'must bo recelv
ed as evidence" bnly with grcnt cau
tion. It was not to be received at all
unless given voluntarily and not ex
torted by threats or promises. Whcrt
more than one person was on trial for
tno same offense, aconfesslon by ono
defendant not made In the presence of
the other could not be used against
such other defendant. It might bo
used against the defendant who con
fessed. Unless the Jury found that
these defendants were connected with
the taking and carrying away of the
trunk, Ihey could not And them guilty.
At thcTfequest of Mr. Douthltt, tho
court charged the Jury further that If
the value oftho stolen goods nmounted
to $100 or more, tho offense of stealing
them constituted larceny in the first
KING 8TIJEBT RUNAWAY.
A Chinese laundryman's brake caus
ed some amusement on King strtut
near the Kaiulanl School at about 7:30
o'clock laBt evening. There wero two
Chinamen In tho brako and they were
diivlng nlong near the depot when the
horse becamo frightened at n passing
car. Il bolted and tho Chinamen could
not hold tho animal. Finally tho brako
arrived near the school and tho horse
t"ok the brake between a telophona
post and a fence. For a few seconds It
looked as If the Mongolians would bo
como badly Injured, but, as luck would
ivo It, tho brako wa' Just old enough
hi assure Its parting In the'mlddlo and
Ibe horse went on out King street,
leaving tho inundrymen vory much
frightened but happy withal.
come. The new Mavor has started off
sensibly enough so far as his public
utterances go, and be Is likely to bo
well advised ns to most of his olllclal
acts He will natural! j have to ells;
appoint his followers a good deal, ami
he Is hardly likely lo be leelected two
years hence, no matter how well he
may hear himself
Samuel Rawson Gardiner, tho Eng
lish historian, leceutlj deceaHod, (Jo
voted more than forty jenrs to pains
'liking reseuiohes for his hlstoiy of
uio IRtuarts, tho great rebellion, and
The Bulletin. 7fi cents pi- month.
W. & M Lid. I W. & M
A word or two about some
that have just arrived.
For Want Column See Page six
. t ;.
POSITfON WANTED German worn- (
an, good ook and housekeeper, caro
ri small ' imureii wains position
Addrinsj HoiiseK'-epei tlhs office.
FOR RENT fune 1st cottage of,1)
seven nxun litr-st Improvements; v.
South Klnx St 7.:niulre 1941 South'!'!
King St 2148tf7l
TO LET Twi n.olv furnished ficnt
rooms pnvai famllj 226 Vineyard
SI. off Kmtna $10 each 21 18 lw
LOST Drown pip-i piraage nnd
whlto env lop ii. tired together and
containing koili' views alio films
Rewurd if r turn-l t this office
NEW - TO-DAY
CARO OF THANKS.
The fimlly of the late Robert l.lsh
man tnki- fhu means of thanking their
many kind frlt-nd tor tilt- consolation,
sjmpathy mil aid extended to them
during their Ute "i-ieavement.
Havrt y )u f,Hi-n It'
Did y)u aef. a catalogue?
It y in liivj't come and see
us at once.
Thc'AL VISTA" uses a film,
load i and Tiuwii'ls In daj light,
takes a pn turo ot a scope of
about 180 deuces, or more tbsn
the humiu t')' can see at ouo
time. In jhort It's a wondei
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
56 CENTS EACH
)a sale at omce ol . .
THB . . .
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
305 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294.
V. C. Arnett of Sissons, Cal., Is try
ing to euro lilmm-lf ot gout by fasting.
ror thirty-om daji he tool; no nquiltdi
ment but that gofTrom smoking n
pipe, and reduced tils weight trom 239
to 210 pounds. He has now added an
arango to bin daily dlot
When thi' btiltan of Tin key attends
n play he often hands (lie comedian
0 the company an original joke of his
own, which the actoi gets olf In tno
oursn of thi pii foi mam e Those nat
urally creati much laughter.
The weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin Is the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $t a year.
lid. I W. & M Ltd.
These are American made curtains copied
after patterns from the famous looms of
Nottingham. We were astonished greatly at
the vnlties. Those of you with curtain wants
will probably be more surprised than we were
when you sec the prices.
If you are a woman with thoughts of home
decorating! ask to be shown any, or all, ot the
following numbers i
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
:: Frederick Warde
and his distinguished organlza
Hon, who will present the fol
Thursdaj MAY 15 Night
Saturday MAY 17 Matinee
Saturday MAY 17 Night
Tuesdaj- MAY 20 Night
Wednesdaj- MAY 21 Night.
I, Program lor uttifr if.mitaii m will
lie tlul AnmiurkeI Curtain nlulit at
. o in iiai
.' 01 lo 511
Carriage un be nriietetl
i'l CutiiHtte Scenic Productions armour, ,1
V cmtumr etc loa broualit tor eaih '
j'l Ja .Uu Mr ante' original auiipnrt V)
SV hi); rnmpati) Imtmlniii Mcsr Chart? 7.
r 1) Unman lliirv lolmitoue llarr) C. '.'
nation I rain.ll I) MtCliiti. John 1'. K
i) lljnci Mlw Antloiittte Aihton. Mtginla Jl
J" llrew Tfmcoll Mav Warde Allcen llcr '
ft telle ami IJ ollieM '.'(
jl SCAIh OK PRICES I-Mile loner -K
VI lirb thattlmc
Hvery evening during the week except
Thursday, Friday and at the
Souvenir Saturday Matinee
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY
NEW YORKJAY BY DAY
0,-pheum PopulaV Trices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINEE PRICES Uio and 25c
Vo are now pajlna especial atten
tion to catcilng to Family Parties, Ro
Leptlons, Weddings, etc., nnd the suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving tho best that tho inaiket
afftrds. Is a sufficient guaranteo that
we will give J on perfect satisfaction.
Wo have the fluest display of the
hitter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fllio CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
oor put on exhibit heie, we also ear
ly HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NCY'S CHOCOLA I ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Ei'j, Corner of Rerctanla Avenue
unci Punchbowl Street
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIC, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
1i Nmr til ft I I aillil I Irrla avijat. irni
V ftiH,iiK), Loget Jtotfc) IWnr Jn no
i RcxuUrfcaleuf titled now open at nail, fJ
M Nicliolt Co No sot tVM afier t n clock .
I ol the dJ of the Iwtl lrntaiupi uiitrxo naul I)?
ON FRIDAY, MAY 16th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Irmgard wharf, foot of Nuuantt
street, ( will sell at Public Auction
200 llnlcs of Hay, Just received In
good order, ex "Coronado."
JAS. F. MORGAN, - Auctioneer
ON FRIDAY,. MAY 16th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction
A very choice lot of Assorted Maid
enhair Kerns and Hanging Ilaskets.
JAS. F. MORGAN. -
AND SET0F SAILS
ON FRIDAY, MAY 16,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
U tho Old Klshmarket wharf near
foot ot Maunakca street, I will sell at
Public Auction by order of tho own
Schooner Twilight, complete, with
anchors, chains, etc., as she now lies'
itVngsldo tho wharf.
I will also sell her set of sails, which
are nearly new, having been In usa
only ahout threo montlis.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On SATURDAY, MAY 17th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Piibllo Auction Three Two
Horse Drajs, One Uakery Wagon nnd
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, MAY 17,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at- Public Auction a quantity
ot White Leghorn Chickens all In good
Jas- F. Morgan.
I havo for sale a quantity of Bauer
b'unnen In good order. Sold In quan
tities to suit.
Ja. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STRBET.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
r'lRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Dcrotanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustnce Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-half casli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cant.
SECOND Promises-259 Klnau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'ropcrty has a frontage on Klnau St.
cf 115 feot and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KlUHen, Hath,
laiga Carriage House. Price 14300.
Terms, ono-halt cash; balanco on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 por cont net. Tho lot
has a right of way cntranco to Here
THinD Premises on Klnau St. ad
Joining lot 2. Krqntago on Klnau St.
100 feet, depth 121 feot.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
?1000. One-half cash, talanco on
n'ortgago nt 7 1-2 por cont net. Hub
r'&ht of way to Rcretnnla St.
further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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