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BVENINO BULLETIN. ncmOLTTLTJ. II. T., TUESDAY. JUNE J. 1902.
BUT OHIO IS NOT 0PP0SFD
TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
Important State Gathering .That Will
Influence National Politics
Platform on Trusts and
will find something very at
tractho tills week In
45 inches wldo In stripes
and figures; regular price
$2.50 yard; this week
ASHES FALLING AMONG
THE SURROUNDING ISLANDS
Danger Now Exists Only in Possi
bility of a Pamic Refugees
in Gamps to Avoid
iievcijnei. u., Mny l,. Lvery lncom- Tort ilu lVance, Bland of Martinique,
ing train was ciowdod with nddltlon.il Mondnv. May 26 Mont l'clee Is again
dejejatea and visitors to the Itcpubll- In criiptlon Huge, mk. black eloudi
can statn convention, which will bo aro rolling oer Kent do Trance in
called to order latu this afternoon In great musses. In which there nro pecu
central .umoiy. inc indentions aio nnr lightning Hashes. The inhabitants '
thai there will be a very largo at- ..,,,... . '
...i. c.i """ are nun Hoc-King Into the great sqtiaie
tembUK-c Scats havo been piuvlded , ., . ,. ,, , . ,, .
for fcOUO persous. "f ""' "wtl- " "10 demonstration in
The platform, which was the sub- creases a panic Is imminent j
Jeit of u long tonfcKUco of party lead-1 A vciy heavy surl has been beating I
ers last night, lias been flanllj agieed on the shoie Tor the last two houis audi
upon and Is leady for indentation to au mni iii'ius. gloInh-)ellow eloud. at '
the concntlon. , ,., ,,,,,, , ,.,.. .,, ,
I The only iliallLM lllcclv In hn m.uln 1 .. ' ... ,
by the committee on lenilutlon. In tho l,irea,on r Mom nlBV ' " "1S,,t " ,
platfouii ahead drafted will be In tho Intensely dnrk and the stais aie only
phnl.s on Cuban reciprocity, trusts faintly visible.
and tho tariff, and If changes lire made 1'oit do Kiancc Is In no danger from
they will simply be In tho forms of ex-'the volcano, but there Is considerable
prebslon. Tlieie arc no contending t m.iirehriiiilim nf n l.nnie in the nlcfil-
THE BEST ON TARTU
MI U tl ST. A Of
T Jj tw 7r
It'i nude on nurpoie to be the best.
Dollied at the brewery.
KD KILLER !,RCUC1 CO.. MllirajlK. W If.
!2 BUiV y. j"
tBHTJBrm-srrCTnsrTMTtgrar? i ft
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Wng Street, near Bethel.
elements in the convention on the Is-
1 time, should the greyish-yellow cloud
J-i-re.K h here and ashes anil stones begin
Latest shades and patterns;
strictly warm weather ma
terial and of finest quality.
30c and 35c
Gingham in Stripes and Checks
A very beautiful assortment
and tho bent quality, 27 Inches
wlde 10 yards for SI. 00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
sues, but there are some differences of
oninlon on the laneunco in lie ukpi!
etre the iWl.irntiim nf nrinrintoQ , ' fall. There are no noises from the
The nomination for Supreme Judge, vohano at present.
I'ood and Dairy Coinmlssloncis and lloscnu, Island of Ronilnfcn, n. W. I.,
member of the Hoard of I'ubllc Works May 27. During the whole of last
tomorrow will largely be controlled bygt ashes from tho volcano on th
their respective bearings on the con-1 ,,,, or MnrtnlqlIe fo llero , Kreat.
itoin lui I'miifl ill Jvo, i lie uiluin
today were especially Interested In tho
contests for members of the Stato Cen
tral committee that holds over after
the next Slate convention. There Is
or quantity than has been experienced
since tho outbreak of Mont Pclce.
I'arls, Mny 27. In order to avoid a
possible epidemic among the 7000 rof-
muih talk In the open Held for Hanna ' ugCes now nt Tort do France. It hat
for President two ears hence, as well
as for his reelection as Senator by the
Legislature that Is to be chosen next
There Is no opposition expressed to
President Roosevelt. Those who nro
talking about tho delegation to the next
national convention say they do not
want an nntl-Ilnosovclt delegtalon, but
one that would not be antl-llanna In
tho event of President Hoosevclt not
There probably never was a state
convention of tho dominant party held
been decided to distribute them among
n number of depots.
AMERICAN FLAGSAVta KIM.
Pl'o MM IN
1 fishing lights 1
( Wo have Just reclved n shipment
S ot GASOLINE and KEROSENE -3
Z FISHING TOUCHES, absolutely L
sate and cannot by blown out. -
S Aside from being used fop fiuhlnft -sj
purposes, they have proven to be -
gl an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE 62.25 UP
s Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Port An Prince, May 21. Tancredu
Augiiste. the former Mfnister ot thu
Interior and of Police, left hero today
on tho Paloma for Jninaien.
When on tho point of leaving tho
United States legation, where ha
Hoimht refuge nt tlie tlmo of the dls-
In Ohio In which Federal officeholders I... ri,nnr ...1,1, fnii0.vp,i n,n reslBim.
were so scarce as here but their frlcndton of ,.rcsl(Icnt Sara a croW(, ma(la
are In tho lobbies. It Is understood1 . . , ... , . ,,
that Senator Ilanna will be tendered n n09,ll demonstration against him
an ovation and called out for a speech 1 Bnl a detachment of troops was sent
In tho convention. for to escort him to the wharf.
Tho preliminary meetings consisted Auguste finally left tho legation wltu
of conferences during tho foienoon nnd . United States Minister Powell In a
meetings by Congressional districts at cnrrnge over which an American l'ag
2 p. m., at which members of the com- wau j .j
iniucc nun assituani uiucers ui me cuii
vcntlon were selcited.
One of the most Important confer
ences wns held between Senator Hann.i
and Geoigo I), Cox of Cincinnati, and
continued so long this morning that
miltn n irnu d an. Irnnt 111 unltlnc nllt-
.i.i. ..f c.,,.in. nn.,n. nun, Tii i tloimi Hank at Great Falls,
Senator left his quarters In the Hollen-1
den for the seclusion of his businet
BANK CASHIER SHORT.
London contemplate Introducing thn
American system of postal tubes and
claims that America has petfected a
system Introduced many jears ago In
London and abandoned.
Helena, Mont., Mny 2. II. II. Mat
toson, former enshier ot tho Vlrst Nn
Indicted on ninety counts on tho
charge of cmficzzllng JUtS.uoo whllu
cashier of tho hank. The testimony
befoie tho Grand Jury dlhclosed tne
fnct that Mattcson was at ono tlmo
$J18,000 short It Is expected lie will
plead guilty to one ccmKi ir tho District
Attorney will quash the others.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT tTREET.
E . O- Box 886 avCaJjQ. 2tf
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR I1NTIRE 810CK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT fiY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu
P. O. Box mi- J"" '
'WWX'NGlr WO GJtKJBLJSS
THE OLDEST CHi. iSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dcalwi lo Fla Silks tod Grin Llatoi. Cb!uci ad JpiDt Goaii o( Alt Klcll.
to-tn Nouinu rt
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
lr Hit) w wmmysL fti iMw
Kf Vkmb s . a i IKI rS kr,m aH
Street iF SSm'Jv$M :,
ujv maITJBP'I'ii tBitJi I'fnfrr 1 1 rit ifr Kt
) Thoto copyrlKlit, 1902. by Cllncdlnal, Wuntjlnuton.
& BARONESS M0NCHEUR.
Washington Mny S3 The merriest,
maddest madcap ride ever had In
Washington took placo this afternoon,
when Miss Alice Uoosevoft, tho Piesl
dent, half n dozen gallant French offl
ccrs. Senator Lodge and the Secrctnr
of War undertook to outstrip In a two
tulle hurdle race a thunderstorm nil
the wuy fioni picturesque HucU creek
to the White House. Tho storm king
won hy a mile nnd three quarters.
Senator Lodge, especially, knows
now about the water euro. All tho
summer decorations of Miss Alice
Roosevelt s hat were battered Into at'
tnr of ruses pulp, and the President's
new Panama hat was a Bight to Tichold.
General Ilrugere came In dripping to
the skin, like Mnrshal Key on tho
morning of Waterloo, with bedraggled
plumes and soaked uniform.
They who sallied forth about 3 30
p. in. were the President, ATlss Alice
Roosevelt. Theodore Jr., tlio Secretary
nf War, Senator Lodge, General Ilru
gore, Admiral Fourniere, General Chn
lendnr. Captain Fasson, sotno blcvqlo
detectives and an orderly.
When well out In the country. In tho
vicinity of Rock creek, tho storm
burst upon them. Thu horses' heads
wein turned toward home and tfis
President set the pace, galloping like
fur) n length ahead of the bunch. Aft
er a twnmllo inn, during which tho
rnin enine down harder and harder, the
party turned Into Connecticut avenue.
Up went thu windows and tho vvholi
place was agog.
Tho members of tho Trench mission
which came to Washington to attend
thu ceremonies Incident to tho unveil
ing of thu ochambeau statue flnhhud
their visit today, and tonight left th
city for Niagara Fnlls on their tour of
the Fast befoio returning home Thorn
were no form ill functions on thu pro
gram fur today, but the visitors found
every minute ot their time occupied In
attending dlvlno service, letiirnlng nu
merous calls, official and otherwise,
and In drives about tho city and sub
urbs. Ambassador Cambon nccompanlcd
tho nicmberB of thu mission to St. Pat
rick's Church at 10 o'clock In tho morn
ing, where low- mass was said by thu
lluv Or Maugien of llaltiinoie, thu
Right lluv. Mgr Rookor of the npos
telle delegation and other priests as
slstlng Tin) visitors woro the full iiul
form of their rank. Cardinal Gibbons
preached a short sermon.
The weather was very warm during
tho afternoon nnd some of tho visitor"
preferred to rest, while others mada
cnlls or took rides about the city and
suburbs. Several of the party, Includ
Ing the Count and Couute3s do Ho
chnnibenu and the Count do l.nfaette,
visited Arlington Ccinetcij and Fort
Myor The wero escorted thiough
the ginunds by Captain Lewis of tho
k jmm mfi?vm&
TURN IT DOWN LIKE
You often pay for I
candle power when 1 can
dle power Is nil you ncd.
You often endiiro 1C
candle power when 1 e. p.
would be more suitable
without regard to cost.
llylu InmpH that turn
down from lfi c. p to 1
p eon bo used any plaro
whore a common electric
lamp Is used. We hnvc
them for sale nt 75c each.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Klnjv Street. Telephone 300
First-class FURNITURE o( all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Port Htrcct, opp. Love Utillcllncv,
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
BOO C. I.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Keroiens
Oil. Tho best light known to science and
tho cheapest. Have received tho Highest
Awards at the Pan-American Imposition.'
Sultablo for storo and halls, and are In usa
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoe Store, Elite Ice Cream Tai
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also have tho tame
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
ablo for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all the planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. G. W, Macfarlane, M'g
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BULDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 71
All clnoers ot Engineering Work solicited; Examination, Survey an K.
ports made tor any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric ComtructIoJ
Plus and SpeclUcatlons and Estimates Prepared, and Construction B'iprla
tended, In all branches o' Enirlneerlng Work, Contracts solicited for Rail
road., Electric and Strata; Tunnels, Bridges, fiulldlngi, Hiihwys, Tott
tlomt, Plors. Wbarvia, tec
Special attention given to Exaralnatlons, Valmtlom, nd P.tpcits al
Properties for Investment purposes,
FllKDEIUCK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Bos. O. Jt,
Englnner and Mauitr,
W. R, CASTLE JR., flccrotary and Treasurer.
Ono of thu must charming hidles of the diplomatic elide In Washington
In the HuroniM Mom heiir,,the Ainerlnin bride of the llelgian minister. She
Is t daughter uf t'lajtou Powell, our embassador to Melco
PEACE IN THE BALANCE
London, May 27 A. J li.ilfour, tho
(ovornment leadei made no st.iteii.ent
In the House of Commons toiIa u
gjrdlng the peacn .tgrt eineni but ho
announced n postpoucment of the bud
get discussion. lUed for this vteli, ,e
iii.ukliig that it would bo very in
conviiilent to debate the budget whlli
thero wero other things In Iho Inlanco
He explained that It would be Impos
sible, In ilibiusslng the budget to 1 re
vent reference to peace negotiations.
The rotation of ,1 waterspout at the
surface of the sea has been estimated
bv Prof, lllgelow as 351 miles an hour.
(or nearlj six miles a minute.
EMIHEHT PHYSICIANS have carelully analysed
bottled from the famous "KOF.H,SQVBLLB" in tlie
1 larz mountains anel have ttiianimouslv pronounced it the
I'L'KI-ST and on account of its agreeable taste, the
.UOS7 Rl I RI'SUli, OF ALL X.lTl'R.IL MINER
AL W'U'LRS. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
PELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Honolulu, It T.. Mny 10, 1902.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for Klftoen Hundred Dollars on
ho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, amount assured by Pollci
No. 20b053 011 tho llfo ot William Mojcr, deceased,
11500. (Signed,) CECIL I1ROWN,
AdmluUtrntor Estate of Wni. Moyef
I Tlio cckmania pays tucir uenin claims promptly; oven in caso or su
cldo alter tho policy has been in torco 0110 year, it win be remembered that
Win. Meyer shot himself rocently.
.I2.MM13TT MAY,, Mnnnjicr.
Gcrmanla Life Ins. Co., Judd Dulldlng.