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Boers Gather For Final Conference
A Mictlng of Drltlsh Ilesldents will
bo held at tho Hawaiian Hotel on Mon
day evening. May 26th, at 8 o'clock fpr
tbo purpose of making arrangements
for celebrating tho approaching Coro
nation of His Drltannlc Majesty King
Edward VII. W. B. HOAnE,
II. D. M. Consul.
2153 May 21, 21.
All persons who aro Interested In
making arrangements for a suitable
celebration of Independence Day, July
4th. 1D02, 'aro respectfully Invited to
assemble at the CapltoT Building on
Friday, the 23d Inst, at 3 p. m.
HENIIY E. COOPEIt,
Honolulu, H. T, May 20, 1902.
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London, May 14 Lord Kltchcnct
has notified the War Office that rep
resentatives of all the bodies of Doers
throughout the Transvaal and Orango
River colonies arc gathering nt Vcr
eenlglng for the conference that be
gins tomorrow, and he has arranged
that tho delegates shall not be Imped
ed In reaching the rendezvous. Conse
quently the astemblago Is expected to
be large. The terms regarding pfiaco
will later be submitted to tbo British.
A delegation consisting partly ot the
same Boer leaders who wenr to Preto
ria recently, will bo deputized to con'
vey the decision to Lord Kitchener.
peace negotiations as follow b
On tho receipt of the Dutch cor
respondence Intimating that Great
Britain was ready to listen to propo
sals from the Boers in the field, fet
ing President of the Transvaal Schalk
London, May 12. Tho Times this mands made by Great Britain regard-. "Schalkburger assented to this, mil
morning relates the course of tho. lng the franchise, etc, beforo tho war.'Stcjn's acquiescence seemed doubtfal.
"The British Government, In reply,! "Mall advices received from Prcto-
referred them to tho Mlddleburg cou-rla," continues the TlmcB. "declare
ference as the maximum of possible' that Lords Kitchener and Mllncr
concessions, and refused permission' promised generous compensation for
to the Boers to consult their friends In ! burned farms, raised no difficulty with
Europe. Eventually, while refusing 'regard to the question of amnesty for
burger camo to tho British lines and ( an armistice, Lord Kitchener under- rebels, and did not present Insuperable
and asked permission to consult with took not to molest the burghers while. difficulties."
Steyn. former President of the Orange they were actually holding meetings Tho Times In an editorial on this
Free State. This led to the Boer del- with tho commandoes to authorize tho matter Is not hopeful that peace wilt
egutes going to Pretoria. Tuelr first leaders to negotiate on tho basis of. bo the outcome ot such negotiations
proposal to Lord Kitchener and Lord the surrender of Independence, but
Mllncr, the British High Commission- they were told It was useless to re
cr In South Africa, was that the rcpub-.turn to Pretoria without being armed
lies should merely concede all tho dc- with full powers to negotiate.
and fears that the result of the eleo
tlon ot a member ot Parliament for
Buray. Lancashire, will Influence the
Boers to further resistance.
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PRINCESS PACTOLUS DART
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Bkck. Ground Floor.
There Ib a little girl aboard the bark
Pactolus who has mado so many friends
during her stay In this port that she
does not want to leave Honolulu. Her
name is Geraldlne Dart and sho Is
only fle years of age. Thoso who know
Geraldlne call her Princess Pactolus
Ueraldlne Dart, n big name for such a
little girl. She Is the daughter of Cap
tain and Mrs. Dart and the captain Is
master of the bark Pactolus.
Tho Pactolus arrived here with n load
of coal from Newcastle on the 27th ot
Inst month. Princess Pactolus Is very
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M03 Judd Building.
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and Punchbowl Street.
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LACE CURTAINS A 8PECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor
Telephone Blue 3552.
beautifully colored creatures placed In by little Miss Geraldlne v,as a pair of
a corner of the cozy cabin. "I never huge ostrich eggs, upon which Mrs.
saw such large butterflies In my life Dart had painted pictures of Table
Princess Pactolus explained to the
visitor that they were not real butter
flies, but that they wero made of ci
vet, flying-fish wings and oil-paints.
And Indeed It was so. Captain and
Mrs. Dart, who aro very clever In the
art of decoration. Mrs Dart being a
painter of considerable talent had ar
ranged these artificial butterflies to
ornament the cabin. The bodies of tho
fond of the vessel that Is her nrctty creatures weer made of velvet,
home, but sho doesn't llko to bo stufToa with oakum and beautifully
aboard shin when the coal Is being dls. 1 Minted with vellow. crimson, nurnle.
charged, for then It Is ao dusty andiBr(.cn nn,i jue From their heads long.
uiny un occk mm nu huh iu luimuu 111 uolUnto feelers protruded formed
the cabin and limit her pastimes to
looking at picture books, playing with
her pets and arranging bcr museum.
The museum nbonrd tho Pactolus la
a curious and wonderful thing and
many wise men from Honolulu's water
from slender flsb bones The wings
were the most marvelous things. They
were mado ot the nlngs of nvlng-llsh,
stuck Into tho velvet bodies and were
also painted In gorgeous colors, so that
the casual observer could not help
but believe that ho v,as looking upon
Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa,
and tho albatross which had been
caught by Captain Dart.
"I wanted papa to get me somo ul
batross eggs, too," said little Miss Dart.
"But papa Bavs he doesn't know wherp
to And albntross eggs. Isn't that ton
Head of Big Albatross.
Princess Pactolus nus a collection nt
silver leaves from a peculiar plant
that grows on Table Mountain. They
re very soft and feathery and have a
the Pactolus. Captain Janes has as
sisted the Princess In laying out the
garden, Janes being something of .1
landscape gardener, as nol! as an an
cient mariner and the nrst discoverer
of gold In Alaska.
The garden is located at present on
tho poop. It will have to be moved,
however, when the vessel puts to sea.
Then the flowers and plants will be
taken into the cabin In their curious
pots and other receptacles. Gcraldln
has among her plants n small, very
small, papa) a tree and somo castor oil
Pactolus' Long Voyage.
Geraldlne has had many visitors
since tho PactoliiB arrived In port. She
Is a great entertainer and lnherts much
of her mother's talent. Mrs. Dart's
eldest son, Harry Murphv, Is a car
toonlst of no small merit, at present
connected with the Orcgonlan, former
ly drawing for the Seattle Dally Times.
Princess Pactolus went on to tell tho The Pactolus. when sho reaches tho
wnterfrnntor how ithn met Prell flhnitofl r,nnn, ..III t.n. A .nmnl.,..) n Innn ai-
front have visited tho Pactolus to gaze some strange, rare species of butterfly.
on the curiosities and wonders therein
One of these wise men went aboard
Princess Pactolus also showed tho
visitor the head ot a huge nlbatrots.
This albatross was caught off tho Capo
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Pearl City Hotel
A place for town pcoplo to lay off
for a fovv days.
Furnished rooms, first clasB meals,
dancing pavilion, nlco picnic groundd,
alto stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
the Pactolus the other day and was of Good Hopo when the Imrk Pactolus
invited down Into the cabin. Princess was on her wuy fiom Cape Town to
Pactolus was all nlonn. for her father Australia, before coming up here. Tbo
and mother were ashoro, attending to bird had measured fifteen feet from tip
business and shopping. ,to tip. Captain Dart hid caught the
Princess Pactolus undertook to show albatross bj means or n large piece 01
the visitor around. ! fat pork on a largo Iiook, tno usual
'Oh. what wonderful butterflies!", way of catching albatrosses.
cried the visitor, pointing to soveral Another curloslt) shown the visitor
as. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Teleohone Main 294.
Tho strange red. sky phenomenon,
which has been observed here In Hono
lulu tho last few evenings, was very
noticeable last night, first appearing
In a gorgeous crimson but after sunset
changing later Into vivid shades in
purple effects. '
Prof. Lyons commented upon the
phenomenon last night speaking es
pecially ot the slowness with which
tho red sky appeared after the Mar
tlniquo eruption In comparison with
tho early appearance ot the saro
phenomenon after the same kind ot
an eruption at Krakotoa.
Tho strange red sky Ib caused from
tho presence of fine particles of vol
canic dust In the upper atmosphere.
This dust was precipitated to a great
height by the qruptlon and Is now drift
ing n tho currents which prevail In
this, th every uppermost layer of tho
atmosphere. Tho currents In these re
gions aro supposed to be strongest In
August. Meteorological authorities
agree that they are alnavs strongest In
midsummer and theicabout while, at
this time of tho year, they hnve lesx
force. This explains why the red sky
appears more slowly than It did after
tho Krakatoa eruption which occurred
In August when tho currents aro
strongest and the volcanic dust consc
quently wnu carried along at a more
that our Delivery Wagons tlieniHclves prove
every claim we make.
circle the world
and lire recognized everywhere as
the standard of excellence, duru
hlllty and resiliency.
Put on l) HXPtiRT mechanics
when she was In Africa with her pa
rents. Then Captain and Mrs. Dart
returned to tho vessel from their busi
ness up-town and soon afterwards
Captain Janes called.
Captain Janes Caught.
Captain Janes had not been In the
cabin two .minutes before he asked
Princess Pactolus where her father had
secured the wonderful butterflies In the
comer. Ihcn Captain Janes put on
his glasses and went close to the but
terflies and found out how they were
muclo. liver) body laughed, but Prin
cess Pactolus laughed the loudest.
Hie Dints first heard of tho death
ot Cecil Rhodes on their arrival here.
When the Pactolus was nt Cnpc Town
they had visited the handsome real
ilcnceW of the great stitcsman and had
met him. Princess Paitolus will nev
er forget the beautiful park through
which she passed to go to his house.
Sho will lartluilurly remember his
Little Princess Pactolus Is nun en
gaged In establishing a garden about d
Coast, will have completed a long voj
ngc Krom New Whatcom she went to
Capo Town with a load of lumber.
Krom Cape Town sho sailed In ballast
to Newcastle. Krom Newcastle she
brought coal here. She w III take a load
of sugar hence to San Kranclsco.
PERU FROM COAST.
The Pacific Mall steamship Peru,
Captain Plllsbsry, arrived In port yes
tcrdav from San Kranclsco. Sho
brought a number of cabin passengers
for this port. 2GG bags of mall and flft)
seven tons of general freight.
The Peru Bulled from the Coast at
o'cloik In the afternoon of tho 17th In
Dr and Mrs. C. B. Cooper will mnva
Into the Parker tesldenre on King
street this week. Dr. Cooper's oltlco
will remain on AlaKea street as at
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