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Honolulu, Juno 3, 1902.
WAR"D S. IIARTLETT.
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Ily order of t.io President, tho
monthly meeting of tho members of
tho Hooulu nnd Hoola Lnhul Societies
will bo held at tho Kaplolanl Mntcrnity
Home, nerctnnln street, on Tuesday,
Juno 10th, at 10 a. m. sharp.
MRS. MA.MTK REIS,
Architects, Contractors and Builder
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ABOUT CURRENT EVENTS
Special to the Bulletin.
Washington, D. C, Mny 22. Oca- crnors were present, and to meet hand he put tho French nnd English
slonnlly some nice plums are to bs
plucked through the medium of Civil
Scrvlco Examinations. During tli"
coming week nn examination will be
held here to 111! the position of civil
engineer In tho United States Now.
There nre two vacancies to bo flllel
by competitive examination The suc
cessful candidates will be commission
ed officers In the Unit" d States Navy.
with the rnnk of Lieutenant, Junior
grade. Tho salary for the first fivo
years Is $2700 per annum. Lcglslatlcn
Is pending to provide for the appoint
ment of six additional civil engineers,
and It Is posslblo candidates who pass
the coming exnnilnatlm will be eli
gible for these six additional appoint
ments. These nre good positions, nnd
the requirements nre correspondingly
exacting. Candidates nrist be between
27 and 35 jenrs of ast7, must pnss :i
satisfactory physical examination,
must be American citizens, must havo
received a degree In the rlvll engineer
ing course of n reputable engineering
school, must hnvo nnd nt least five
years' practical experience in civil on
glncerlng, and nt least thre years in
responsible charge of work. The Olvl
Service Commission will be pleased In
hear from those who enn comply vvlln
Clarke Stand Together.
Captain Clark of the Oregon, who
has Just declined the appointment to
represent the United States Navy at
the coronation ceremonies. Is a fjvor
Ite In Congress, and It Is n source of
general regret nt the capital that nlr
great services In the Spanish Aiucil
can war hnvo not been fittingly recog
nized. A resolution expending to hhn
the thanks of Congress for his services
In bringing the Oregon from Pacific to
Atlantic waters was Introduced during
the last session of Congress by Sena
tor Warren, of Wjomlng. but acticn
upon It could not be secured on nc
count of tho Schley-Sampson contro
versy, which prevented any actlo'i by
Congress looking to tho reward of tho
naval heroes of the war. ScVeml
weeks ago Captain Clnrlc was In Wash
ington and called at the Capitol to M'o
n friend. WhTlo In the Marhlo Rwn
of the Senate, the fact of his presence
became known within the Senato ehdn
her. Immediately there was an rxndua
of the Honorable Senators, and In a
few moments Captain Clark wns hold
ing an impromptu. Imt enthusiastic, re
ception. Among the Senators vvlui
were about him were Clark of Montana
and Clark of Wyoming. "Wo Claika
must Btnnd together." snld tho Wyoni'
lug mnn. The Montana Clark and Mo
Naval f'lti'k n'trn'M to this, and tlio
ecnipact wns cemented by licait;1
Old Carlyle Home.
The Daughters ot tho Ameilcitn
Revolution arc planning to purchuso
tho old Cnrlyle House nt Aloxnmljla,
Va. Tho Cnrljle House Ih one of thn
oldest landmarks In Alexandria, that
city of old landmars It was built In
1732, by John S. Carljlo, and wns ic
cupled, through the courtesy ot Us
owner, by the Ilrltlsh (lenernl lira J
dock, and since thrt tlmo has '.ceil
popularly known as Ilraddock's lino I-
quarters. It was In this houso thnl
General nraddock and Admiral Ifc-ppl,
In 1775, held a conference with Oovein
ors and Representatives nt tho various
colonics concerning plans for tho ;no
posed campaign against the French
nnd Indians along the Ohio and St.
Lawrence rivers. Five Colonial Gov
First Innings. Second Innings. Result.
Played with Aust. London. Aust.
London County, U7 235 213 for 7 wkts. Draw
Aust. Notts. Notts.
Notts, 474 287 183 Aust. won by
Innings and 4 runs
Aust. Surrey. Surrey.
Surrey, - - - 296 96 122 Aust. won by
lor 5 wkts. Innings and 78 runs.
Essex, ----- J78
In the cricket matches, with tlto IIiii lish county teams the Australians seem to havo had things pretty much
their own way, winning from Notts by an Innings and 4 runs, nnd from Surrey by nn Innings anil 78 runs. In the
match with Surrey only five Australians went t j the bat. These Ave men totaled up 2Jti runs when tho Australians
withdrew for the Innings, hut Surrey could only count up 218 In hor two Innings, thus practically losing by 7b
inns while the Australians had an Innngs and a halt to spare.
. First of the Five Test Matches.
London, May 29 The first of ftvo test cricket matches between Austiall'i and Kngland commenced today at
Illrmlngham. The home eleven batted flist and at the close of play tho scoio was 3.11 inns lor ntno wickets
down. Tldesley, a professional player, made tiie top score. 138 runs.
London, May 3D llaln delaed t ii- lesumptlon at Illrmlngham oi thell.it of live test crlckv" matches be
tween Australia nnd England vvhlc Ii w u begun jesteid.i) Thu Kngllahnicii In their first Innings, when they hud
scored 37(i runs loi nine wickets down today, declared the Innings closed. That the Englishmen were well ndvls
ed to dose their Innings and send In the AustialUns on a "wet plic h ' was cpilckly deinoiistiated Trio wickets o
the vlsltois fell like nlnuplns. The uniu'cedeuted tapld disposal of thu c i.h . Antipodean crleketeis caused a
treat sentmtlon. Two wickets fell foi ten runs, four were down loi twenty two runs, six foi twenty tlvo runs
aril the Australians were all out in th Ir flist Innings for a total ot ! runs The Australians in theli second Inn
ings had scored eight runs for no wick N iloun when play was stopped, owing to bad wentiioi
FOR THE BULLETIN
them nnd give them the benefit of nls
knowledge of Indian wnrfnre, Geoigc
Washington, then a major In the Statu
mllltla, was summoned from Mt. Ver
non. Ilrnddock declined to net upon
Washington's ndvlco at to the best
method of dealing with the Inillam.
nnd the disastrous expedition agati.st
Fort DuQiiosno was one of the results.
The house Is picturesque, being built,
entirely of freestone In colonial stl".
It was nbout being torn down to he re
placed by a modern structure when
Mt. Vernon Chapter. D. A. It., inaugu
rated the plan of puTchnsc.
Rock Hurled at Roosevelt.
A new Interpretation has been plac
ed upon the episode at Cilpplo Creeic
In which President Roosevelt figured
iiurlng the campaign of 19l. This is
given by Phillip Schurh Jr. of Crlpi le
Creek, who called on the President a
few dajs ago and gave him as n souvo-
tilt tint mnlf n nli n d Iisiih.h nl Hm
"- ""-" "" "" """ - ""
In tho melee nt tho time of the lei
tlon tniuble. According in Schild's
story, the rock was a valuable piece of
quartz which a man named lowler (o
sired tn present to Colonel Knosevt.lt
On nccount of the greot crowds, ho
was nimble to mnko his way to whno
the Colonel stood, so ho gave the gold
bearing rock a little toss In tho dlree-
tlon of the Republican lender. Fowler
wnHlmmediatel assaulted liy menwlio
thought he was trying to kill Colonel
Roosevelt nnd the exciting seen",
whl. h resulted In columns of tel
graphic description nnd which wns one
of the most dramatic of the campaign.
followed. Mr Schitch does not tell
how he obtained the historic rock, b it
as he had It to give the President, that
part of the nariatlve Is perhaps not es
Gorman at the Capitol.
Ex-Senator Gorman was a visitor a
tho Capitol ono day last week. Whllo
he was In the lobby of tho Senate, he
wns surrounded bv n Kroun of Senato
employees, doorkeepers, messengers
nnd pages. Ho was shaking hands ienry souvenirs. Washington women
with them, and they were congratulate J n' prepared to go any lengths In hon
ing him upon the fact that he Is to r- or of Iho Rochambeau celebration
turn to tlie Senate on March 4 next. French heels havo re-appeared nnd
Whllo Senator Gorman may not ple.uo one hears Frcncli on tho street contln
the politicians of tys party, he is c-i j "ally. One very pretty girl was confld
tnlnly a favorite with those who were 'ng to a friend that she couldn't Imng
associated with him In the Senate. Inc what was tho trouble with a oung
either ns fellow members or ns em- nttncho of tho French Embassy who
ployees. Gorman stnrtcd his working h'as been a great favorite with tho
life as a page In the Senate. In his gills this wlntei "fly deal." she said,
kindly consideration far the employes "' ''"n'1 believe ho ran speak French
he evidently has not forgotten his nt all. lie didn't seem to know what
humble beginning Gorman Is also ex I w-ns talking about at all " The friend
ceedlngly well thought of by the mem JHinlled lenssurlngly. "On. yes, he
hero of the press. He Is Invited ujcan speak It. dear." she said. "Ho
every dinner given by tho Grl.llion couldn't understand because you talk
Club, and Is afvvuyH on the list of Dlxtilct or Columbia French."
speakers, ins aucr uinner speee lei
at theso events are graceful, witty and
Chairman Lace) of the House Public
Lands Committee hus secured the
adoption of n resolution piovldlng for
printing ns a public document what U
known ns "Jefferson's Illble." Tho
book Is a collection, made by Thomas
Jefferson, of tho tenchliigs of Christ,
the oilglnal copy of which Is In tho
possession ot the National Museum, eratlon Is duo to an uncle of tho Hus-
when It Is kept under lock and key. slan Emperor The Grand Duko Is a
The work Is a volume! of elghly-two great student of economics and scl
double pages, made In scrap book form .ciiccb. He Intends visiting sonio of tho
111 which Jefferson pasted clippings Importnnt cities of iho count! y, nnd
from four Ti-stnments In ns mnny Inn- proposes making a tour of flio world,
guages. On tho lerthanil p.1go ho He will icmaln n week at tho Russian
pasted the clippings In two coliimiio. Embassy, where ho will bo entertained
flist In Greok and Latin on the right l Count Cnsslul
RESULTS OF GAMES PLAYED.
versions, mnking four finely printed
'columns In Greek, Latin, French and
'English. There are marginal notes "n
Jcffcrbon's own hnmlw riling, with u
table In front giving tho pages nnd cit
ing tho chapters nml verses from
which the clippings nre tnken. IIu
omitted everything of a miraculous na
ture, confining the clippings to tho
teachings of Jesus. Tho public docu
ment, which will be Issued In accord
ance with .Mr. Laccy'B resolution, will
be n facsimile of the book as made by
Jefferson. Already Members of Con
gress nre receiving many requests for
It. nnd the demand will undoubtedly bo
France Is the Rage.
It Is the turn til the French Embas
sy now. France ami ever) thing
French Is tho rage nowadajs. The
most popular toast Is "Long Tlve the
French Republic," and It Is drunk at
mimcrnblc dinner parties, vvheic tho
- . .. . .
Riiests or honoi me the rroncn ,m
bassador and Mme Cambon. The fes
rivltles culminated, of course. In tho
mncnK ()f ,,, Blnt,i0 0r the Count
de Rorhambeau which event was the
reason of Mme. Cambon's visit to
America. The reception which follow
,,,, nB n xory )rlilnnt nffalr. Wash-
lligton would like to keep Mme. Cam
bou forever. Ilci entertainments
lint, ))(,,,n ,m, ,( popular of tlie sea
mii nllll lt. herself Is an Ideal ho
ivm Thu r()1)llt ,,,, countess de Rt
,.lai,ibenu. together with the officers
f the Gnulols nro to visit Nlngnia with
,lu, Ambassador and Mrs. Cambon,
nllll m t)0 entertained in New York.
it,w,n mid N'ewnnit. ITimn their re
turn, they are to give a luncheon on
the Gaulois at Annapolis In horo of
the President anil his Cabinet, nt
which Mrs. Roosevelt nnd Hie Cabinet
ladies will he present. This Is so much
clcer than the stag entertainment glv-
-"n Prince Henry, and tho women aro
.showing their appreciation In a bun.
dred little ways. Just as their nils
bands paid exorbitant prices for Prince
Visit of the Czar's Uncle.
After a live (Tcrnian Prince, nnd a
French-American celebration ot a
French hero's war rocorTI in America
the capital Is taking the piomiscd visit
of Ginnd Duke Doris, the uncle of the
Czar, with remarkable sang frold. Per
hups the tact tliat"Countc88 Marguerite
Cusslnl has already sailed for ParlH,
J without regard for tho advent of the II
lustrlous visitor, leaves society sonic-
what In doubt as to Just what consld
House Decides for
More Small Coinage
Washington, May 29. The House to
day passed the bill to Increase Iho
siibsldlar silver coinage. The Demo
ants directed their fight chlclly
tgalnst the ptovlslon to leeoln the
s'nndard silver dollars into subsidiary
coin ns public necessities might re
quite Half a doreu roll calls were
The text of the subsldlaiy coinage
bill Is as follows'
'That the Secretary ot the Treasury
Is hereby authorized to coin the fell
ver bullion In the treasury, purchased
under the act of July 11, 1S90, Into
such denominations ot subsidiary sll
ver coin as ho may deem necessary to
ivcet public requirements, nnd there
nltei. ns public necessulcs mny de
r and to recoln silver dollars Into sub
sidiary coin, and so much of any act
fixes a limit to the aggregate of
Mibsldlaiy silver coin outstanding and
m much of any act as directs the coin
ego of any portion of the bullion pur
chased under tho act of July 14, 1800.
Into standard sliver dollars, is hcrcb)
Washington, May 27 Tho feature
of the day In the House was a lively
debate on the question of prohibiting
the sale of Intoxicating liquors at lin-
Igrant stations. It was precipitated
by an amendment offered by Rower
rock of Kansas to prohibit such sale.
lilch was carried S3 to 18.
Landls of IniTlana followed this vie
tory with an amendment to prohlfilt
the sale of Intoxicants In the Cnpllol
nnd It prevailed by a still larger ma
Jotlty ins to 19.
THOUGHT T0 BE CURE
St Louis Mo.. May 29 Dong Gong,
the Chinese leper, who has for nine
months past occupied nn Isolated house
near Quarantine, hns apparently recov
ered from his malady nnd will be re
leased within two months unless the
disease returns. Chaulmoogrn oil. the
product of an East Indian tree, has
been the solo treatment administered
to Dong Gong by Dr. Martin C Wood
ruff, superintendent of quarantine. Dis
coloration has disappeared from the
patient's face and limbs and feeling has
returned to the spots of flesh which
were Insensible to the pricking of pins
or the touch of hot Iron. Only on one
of tho patient's legs and one wrist is
the faintest redness visible.
LIEUTENANT DIES OF CHOLERA.
Washington, May 30. Secretary
Moody hns received a cable message
from Admiral Wilde at Cavlte, saying
that Lieutenant O. II. Ilask of tho Ma-
line Corps died at Hacoor of cholera
en the 29th Inst. Lieutenant Rask
was a native of Minnesota and enter
ed tho Marine Corps In 1899. Admiral
Wlldo also reports that Peter F Ga
cliiin. gunner's mate, serving on tho
General Alva, was killed by the burst
tng of a rlllo on tho 2oth Inst near
Tho EvenliB Bulletin, 75 conts por
A meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Hawaiian Ccmetary Association, Lim
ited, Is called for Monday, Juno 9, 1902,
nt 8:30 a. m, to bo held at tho office
of The II. T. Dillingham Company,
Limited, Stangenwald building, Hono
lulu. Tho object of the meeting Is to Con
sider: 1st. Adoption of Ily-I.aws;
2d. Tho election of officers where
3d. The ratification of all contracts
made by tho directors or officers on
behalf of tho company;
4th. Tho ratification and approval of
all acts by tho directors or officers of
tho company In tho organization and
conduct of tho business of tho com
By order of the Board of Directors,
HAWAIIAN CKMKTRilT ASSOCIA
W. K. DILLINOHA.M.
Honolulu. Juno 2, 1902. 216G3t
NOTICE, REPUDLICAN PRECINCT
CLUB9, FOURTH DISTRICT.
Each precinct club shall meet at
7:30 p. in. on tho second Krlday, 13th
of June, and Bhall then make nomina
tions for officers of tho club. On tho
fourth Friday, 27th OT Juno.lhey shall
meet nt the same hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two years.
On tlu fourth Friday. 2Sth of July I
they shall meet at tho same hour and
make nominations for members ot tho
District Committee and Delegates to
tho Territorial Convention to bo voted
for nt a primary to bo held on Iho first
SatuPdav, 2d of August, between tho
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. m
Offlc ers and members of the several
precinct nubs of tho I'ourtii District
will pleao see thnl tho abovo calls
carried nut C I.. CIIAIII1E.
Chairman Fourth IVistriet Commlltco.
XV. It. CONEY, Secretary.
Agents, Brokers and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Bugar Rchnery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shrcdder),New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Coa Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffees.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
AL80 OFFER FOR SALE:
Paratnne Paint Co.'s P.& II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-wator paint), In whits
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co. ,
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kobala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro . o ks, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard I'lO
Tho Ceo. F. UlaK . weeam Pumps.
Weston b Centrifugals.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd
II. P. Daldwln President
J. U. Castle First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Cjco. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
tation Co., Nablku Sugar Co., Klbel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
Wm, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckcls Vlco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.... .Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LIFE and RUE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN3URANCF. COM.
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar I'lant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Houomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makco Sugar Co .Haleakala Icunch Cn
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco.
Packets, Chus. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robortson, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer nnd Socrotary; Col. W. F.
Allen. Auditor; P. C. Jones. H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
Tho Lancashlro Insurance Co.
Tho Ualolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Bowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant 8treei, Honolulu.
Deslpn your own lodgers, cash
books, etc. It you pre undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our lino and
the PRICE 18 RIGHT, n hn HVEN