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.JL'.NE 1.'. 190J
The Adcrtlcr program l'erjurj,
Deceit, False Promises.
II Is to be hoped that the peace decol
lation from South Africa means some
thing this time.
Thurston s desire for Uarmon) has
bien expressed b) his keeping his woru
Just twentv-four hours and no longer.
Governor Doles belated discovery
that Attornc) Hitting was also under
going sentence for contempt of court Is
President Krurer's onl) satisfaction
Is that his ptople have fought a brave
fight, nnd England has paid the high
est price possible
President Roosevelt will doubtless bi
very much Interested In the nrlous
things In Hawaii for which the Gover
nor's organ Is holding him irsponslbln
Taking the Advertiser's view of It
that the Circuit Court attempted to
establish a dictatorship, It Is certain
Dole Is making a mess of It at ever)
Preparations for tho preliminary pro
clnct meetings of the Republican part)
Indicate that theio will be no sharp
contests for place In the party pri
maries It would be highly grutif)lug
If this readiness to allow an) one to do
the work who wants It, were oxpros
uho of hard working enthusiasm.
The struggle of tho Advertiser to
make .Mr Cooper den) the statement of
fact that he posltlvel) refused to grant
tho pardon which Mr. Dole so quickly
Rave, serves onl) to confirm tho per
fidy of tho morning paper It published
A lie, well knowing what it wns doing
and the onl) excuse ottered Is that th"
Adveitlser has a right to lie
Governor Dole's acts, and his general
attitude slnec his return from Wash
Ington have developed two ver lm
It Is plain that .Mr. Dole Interprets
tho endorsement of the President as
not onl) confirming bis nrbltrar) and
dictatorial policy of tho past, but fur
thcr than this Is a rocommendatlon that
he carry on the warfare and If possible)
ride down by any means In his power
whatever protest maj tome from tho
It also Is clear that Mr, Dole cordial
ly endorses the vicious course of his
recognized olnclal organ, tho Adver
User, In its attacks upon tho courts,
the electorate and the honest sentiment
of tho community which had hoped for
a peaceful solution of political difficul
ties, and In this connection nothing
can be more positive than Dole's dem
onstration that he Is willingly under
the thumb and direction of L. A Thur
In support of the fresh avalanche of
malicious attack Mr Dole's accepted
mouthpiece freely quotes the President
and says plainly to the people that tho
Governor is not only unablo to do
wrong, but the President himself has In
private conversation taken tho view
of which the local executive action Is
When tho Governor In his public
speeches nttacked tho electorate, his lo
cal organ, tho Advcitlser, was quick to
state editorially that tho President him
Eelf had stated that Congress made n
mistake in granting a liberal franchise.
Again when tho Governor delivers a
direct blow at the Integrity of the
courts, tho newspaper organ In whose
behalf he has Interfered, Joyously an
nounces that this course or anything
like It has the hearty approval of the
Thus It appears that Dole and Dole
Ism Is to be forced upon the community
In a more bitter phase than ever, The
only difference Is that Mr. Dolo believes
himself nn absolute dictator, free, to
break nwny from the conservative sen
timent of the Territory this he did In
his first official act after his return
and answerable solely to I, A. Thur
ston who stands retd) to quote the
President as the sponor for whatecr
villainous attack his lclous political
mind may lnent.
Governor Dole hns accepted the Ad
crtlscr policy as his own. It now
remains to be seen what pollr) the
people of the Terrltorj will sanction.
IN llrl ID TREASURE
When Ilrlton and Hoer faced each
other In th enorthern neck of Natal In
the earl) weeks of October ISO, a
mllltnr) prophet would have been
eleemer Insjuc had he piedlcted a strug
gle of more than six months Yet tho
war went on for two and a half long
ears with the burghers capaclt) for
resistance apparently not )ct ended
The Hoer war has cost Great llrltaln
more than $1,000,000,000, more than
did an) of her wars with the exception
of the twent)-)ear struggle with Na
poleon, a great dial more than the
Seven Years' war, which transferred
India and Canada from the Trench to
Hie nrltlsh crown more ccu than tho
American War of Independence.
The war In South Afrlcn began offl
dall) October 11 1S"9 the date set In
the Hoer iiUlni'ltim. It was concluded
on May 31 1902 It therefore contin
ued two )ears seven months nnd
twenty da) s and has been won by tho
Ilrltlsh at a cost which in the words of
Oom Paul Kruger the Transaal 1'ies
Idcnt. has staggired humanlt) Tho
olUclal Ilrltlsh statistics to April of this
)rar give these losses Total deaths In
South Africa 1020 ollhers, 20 011 men
missing and prisoners 3SI ollliers 91M
men, scut home as lnnllds 2937 olllcer
I.S3J1 men The Ilrltlsh hac taken
about 37 000 Doer prlsoucis, but ot
Killed nnd wounded on tho floor side
iheic are no reliable statistics Nor
are there an) statistics as to the mono)
spent b) the two Hoer republics
The cost of the war to the Ilrltlsh,
aicoidlng to the statement of the Chan
cellor of the Exchequer In presenting
the budget In Aprnl last had been i
little oer $825 000 000. Great llrltaln
Ins had about 2S0 000 men In the field
The Hoer force at the start was esti
mated at 50 000 Operations In the
field to crush out the two little repub
lics hae cost the Ilrltlsh tapi)irs at
the rate of $C50 a minute
in Bid dm di
Chicago, May 31 James A. Patten, silver and fled to tho mountains.
Ma) or of Evanston nnd a promlneutl
BoarcJ of Trade operator, today ,.ondon, Mnv 31 -A deputation rep
brought to a successful close the cor ' entlng the owners of 500.0U0 hoises
ner In Mnv Oats which has dominated ,ntenieHC(, , CImIU(,or of tllP nx
tne oats market Blneo earl) last fall ., , ,,, . , ,,.,.. . ,. ,
The profits credited to Patten on the -"l"; ' .uei ,..e-.-m-..ei. cu
deal are. estimated at $1,(100.000. '' "ml strong!) protested against the
Aiuiiit the. t mn nr res n corn bocan
to mount skyward last year on account
of the crop shortage It was learned
that some one was taking In all tho
Mav oats oltered on tho Chicago mar
ket and elsewhere Prices began to
advance steadll and around 37 cents
It was Known that Patten was trying
to work a corner.
On the big flurry on the Chicago
uuuri. .use "- '' -'
pushed to 48 o 8 cents Since that
time tactions occurred and when de-1
Uvorv ,la came this month many spec
ulators thought the bottom had fallen
out of the corner It wns said Patten
had HMMMinoo to 12 (too 000 bushels of
tho Mav options Everything that was
offered to him In deliveries ho took and
In turn sold prncticallv all the eontrnct
siockh to snippers ai goou inuucc
ments This left nothing for tho
shorts to acquire with which to settle,
and prices accordingly were pushed up
bv Pattc n nersonnllv in the pit today
Mav oats closed jesterdn) lit 43 7 8
cents Today prices were Jumped
JOHN UNA HLSIGNS.
At tho meeting of the board of dlrec
tors of the Iiitcr-Islind Steum Naviga
tion Company held on Tiiesda) after
noon the resignation of John Kiu a-j
president of tho company was accepted
and J A Kenned) appointed In h
Tho several times repeated jeslgna
tlons of Mr, Una were mndo b) that
gentleman on nccount of the state of
his health which did not well permit
him to carry the heavy responsibility
of his oillcc. The reason Mr Kna kept
In ollko was the feeling he entertained
that ho would not leave It beforo .1
man suitable for the position had been
Mr. Kennedy has been In the board's
eye for some time and his acceptance
of tho presldenc) will now allow Mr
Cna to retire The resignation will takn
effect on the 31st Inst
Paris, June 1. The new Trench
Chamber of Deputies met this after
noon for tho first time The house and
jnllerlos were crowded. M. Rnullno
i Rightist), the oldest member of tho
Chamber pteslded nnd delivered tho
Inauguration speech In which ho ap
pealed for parliamentary peace
The Important business of electing
tho Provisional President of the Cham
be r which election Is Invariably rati
fied was taken up Although tho
President of fho Chamber Is supposed
io stand nbovo parties today's election
to fill this post was a purely political
ono M Deachanel, tho President of
the former Chnmbor was tho preslden
ilal candidate of the moderate Hepub
llcnns Ho was opposed by Leon
Bourgeois, who represented tho Radi
cal groups M. Deschanel vvaB defeated
by n vote of 303 to 207 and his four
years' tenure of tho picsfdentlal chair
ill 11 HIT
ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE
TO 1IANA SUGAR CO
Forestry Clause Prescribed M'Kechnie
Name Changed Liquor License
Renewed to Gomes &
.With Governor Dole In council this
morning weie Treasurer Wright At
tornc) General Dote nnd Commission
or of l.tnds Ho)d Superintendent ot
ubile Works J II Ho) d wns outside
on business today, not coming to
e her his oltlce or the council
The Commissioner of Lands was an
thorl7cd to grant permission to thci
NnhIKu Sugai Compsny to nsslgti Its
water lkinse to the liana Sugar Corn
pan) on condition that the forestry
clause be inserted
Governor Dole oimounced his dctl
slon to nuow tho McKochnlo Paint nnd
Wall apcr Company to chnngo Its
Treasurer Wright wns authorized to
grant n renewal of the liquor dealer's
license to Gomes & McTlghc, King
Invested in Canada
Vancouver, H (.'. Ma 31 One of
the largest Industrial Heals of the )car
In the dominion was completed today
In the sale of the entire business, ele
vntors, rolling Block, etc., of the Ogll I
vlo Milling Company for Jlo.OOuoou to I
Amcrlcnn capitalists The purchasing
rompan) Is ncaded In Canada b) Chas
H llosmer of Montreal one of the vice
presidents of tho Cnnadlnn Pacific
uanwny, nnu ussociuieic nun mm icic
several Philadelphia and New York
The business has the largest flour
Ing manufacture and trad" In Canndn
1 he head of tho c umpan) for man)
)enrs was tho late Senator Ogllvte
who died In Montreal last )car. lie
write succeeded no ceneral minacrer hv
1' W Tnompson formerl) general
Western manager in Winnipeg An at
tempt was made In Jnnuar) to with
draw the Interests of the Ogllvlc es
tate, nnd this gave rise to the ileal with
tho Americans, which wns flnall) con
UMGANDS Gtir BULLION.
Durango, Mexico, June 1. Brigands
attacked a mule pack train which was
eonvc)lng silver btilffoli of the value of
moro than $10", (wo from he mines of
tlm Plcvamide Minfhg Company nt San
jose dc Gracla to Mazatlan Saturday,
The guard was driven off, ono man be
ing killed. The bandits secured the
l u" "" " muino i cie v. nunc riiur
informed them It was Impossible to
give up the general tax on grain, or
especially exempt oats or maize, and
there was no greater reason, he point
ed out, for the exemption of horse feed
that theic was to exempt wheat or otlw
er grains used b hum ins If the al
leged Inereasc In the cost of horses and
tood was duo to tho war, with the ex-
, , tctC(1 ,,eac0 lhcre wouIll ,,c a ,,,!
i ' , ,, ., ,. ,.
l'rlces l0n" ,,',rnb' na"r l "" tl,e
, "mount of dutv Meanwhile the lion..)
"ners could m.iko tho public pa tho
dut as ought to be the case In his
. opinion the present high pikes, espe-
rlallv of maize were lemporarj and
, were due to the short haivebt in Ameri-
ta a6t )car.
New York. Mnv 31 A cable to the
Sun fioni London h.ivs The lctuins
uf the Registrar General of Rlrths, Mn
rlages and Deaths for the )car 1U0O,
the (list complete )car since the war
broke out, shows T ho marriage rate
was 10 per 1000, compaied with 1C 4 In
1S9S-09. The brlths for 1000 numbered
ilJT.OiiJ or a rate of 28 7 per 1000. tho
lowest on record, and 1 3 per cent be
low tho mean rnto for tho Hst ten )cars
'I he Illegitimate birth late was I 1 pel
3000 which Is the lowest lecord.
The deaths nunibeicd 587 810 oi 18 2
per 1000 as against 17 17 1 and 17 5 In
the pi ev tons three ) ears Of tho deaths
3083 weie duo Immediately to alcohol
ism or delirium tremens 'I he death
rate fiom alcoholism was 132 males
and 1)5 females per lOUOOOO. Doth
these rates were the highest on record
The deaths from tubercular diseases
were 10 4 per cent of the deaths from
all causes, aggregating Gl 302
"What Is an ulr-shlp, iin'"
"A ship that puts on airs, my son "
"Is nn alr-shlp like othei ships, call
' Certainly Dldn t I Just sa) that an
alr-shlp was a ship that puts on airs' '
May Smart Set.
Sammy (admiringly sun e Ing his
Htely arrived twin slstersi Did ou
t,ct them cheaper by taking the two,
papa' May Smart Set
Sagaml, tho Japanese accused of
stealing a ring from n native had his
case nolle pros'il In the Police Court to
day Ho was charged with larcen) i
tho second degree
-- AUcn Electric "llelf
pensorv 's guaranteed
all the curative proner
ties of the expensive belts now sold by
doctors and drugg '. It gives a very
stiong current of electricity and Is eallj
regulated. Rnund to supersede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
icents; no discount. Circular free. Addrr
Pierce Electric Co , 206 Post St., ca
Frar.clco. Sent free to Hawaii for CS O '
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTTLU. H, T , THURSDAY,
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three )ears In the manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders nro made of tho best lum
ber In tho world, nut every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grnde. nnd tl ercforo these "Stnndarda of tho
World" Incubators and Broodim occupy tho same relatlvo position
to nil other Incubators and Brocdcrs that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth )our while to read In our late catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator Illstor)." You may have a eatnlocuo frco by writing
for It. An Involco of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Amenta top the Territory of llnvvall
tlwit our Delivery WnjVona tticniHelvcs prove
every claim we make.
Chas. F. Herrick
125 merchant St., next
Following Is the complete program
for the races to be held at Kaplolant
park on Saturday, Juno 14, beginning at
1 30 o'clock.
First five-eighth mllo dash, free-for-all.
Purse, $100. Entries C McLel-
lan's Rejected, W G Walker's Del Vis
ta, and R. Uallentlne's Mollle Con
nors. Second-Trotting and pacing. 2.14
class, best two in three l'tiise, (200
Entries J C. Qulnn's Oclonc, W II,
Smiths Abdlnc, and W. 11. Cunning
ham s Wn) Hoy.
Third Hawaiian Jockcv Club cup.
1V4 mile dash, fiee-for-all Cup to bo
won twice by same owner or M.ible
Purse $110 Entiles- G S McKcnzle's
General Cionjc, and Prince David's
Fourth California Feed Co 's cup
'Hotting nnd pacing, Hawaiian bred,
best two In three. Purse, $1."0 En
tries I.lhuo Ranch Co 's Ilu3u.cll Jr
Thomas Holllngcr's Lcabl, T. V Kings
Madeline nnd Edith It.
Fifth three-quarter mile dash, free-for-all.
Purse. $100. Entries- V G
Walker's Del Vista and J. ORourkcs
Slth Trotting aud pacing, 2 21
elass, best two In three Puise $200
Entries J C Qulnn's C)clonc, Wil
liam Norton's Direct! ens John Cnllan s
Edna G , M II Drummond's Los An
geles, John Oudcrklrk s Sambo and D
II Lewis' Oak Grove
Seventh Honolulu Brewing Co 's
cup, 1 mile dash, handicap free-for-all
Purse $100 Entries G. S Mc
Kcnilcs Nullah, Prince Davids Wei-
I In und J O Rourkes Carter HairUon
The following list of prizes hns been
arranged by the Fourth of July Com
mittee on Parade:
Trade Floats rirst, $100, second,
$73, third. $5U, fourth, $25, $250.
Business Trucks and Wagons First,
$50, second, $30, third, $15, $95.
Best Decorated Blc)cles First, $15,
second, $10, third, $5; $30.
Character Prizes Flrfct, best group,
$50; second, single, $20; $70,
Best decorated business house on
line of march $10
Best decorated lcsldence on line of
'lo bo uwarded to Fire Depaitment
for decorating purposes $100
To be awarded to rcud depaitment
foi decorating purposes $50
1 he parade will form on Capitol
tquaio and the line of march will be.
Mi reliant to Nuuanu to King to Fort
to Vim aril, to Emilia to Alakea, to
Merchant to Capitol Sepiaie, win re the
procecslon will countermarch anddls
Mrs Stanford of California left Yo
kohama on Monday, May 12, by the
China for Kobo en routo for Nagasaki
She will return to Yokohama and re
main In Japan until about July 16.
DULY ,0IIri PRIM
JUNE 12, 1902.
circle the world
nnd arc recognized everywhere as
the Htandnrd of excellence, dura
bility and resiliency.
Put on by HXPBRT mechanics
Carriage Co., no,
to Stnngcnwnld Building.
The Japan Dally Herald of May 2Sth
gives the following nccount of Com
missioner Barrett's arrival In Yoko
hama. Tho Hon John Barrett. Commission
ei General for -u Louisiana Purchaso
Exposition or St Louis World's Fair,
as It Is moro commonly called arrived
In Japan by the Nippon, Maru on Tues
day, Ma) 17th Mr Barrett camo from
Honolulu, whero ho spent two weeks
eu route to the Fur East On account
of the earl) at rival In the morning of
the Nippon Maru, tho special commit
tee, composed 01 piomlnent Japanese
manufacturers and merchants, deslg
natcd to meet the Commissioner Gen
eral, wns not In time to greet I1I111 on
too steamer, but enll'ed on him later
at the Grand Hotel nnd Invited him to
bo their guest at nn Important meeting
soon to be held In Tok)o. which will bo
attended by manufacturers anil mer
eimnts from nil parts of tho Emplic.
Mr. Feiguson, Second Secretary of
tne Amerlcun Legation, met Mr. Bar
rett on his arrival, on behalf or tho
American Minister. Colonel Buck, nnd
the United States Consul General, Mr.
Hellows, called on him at the Oraml
ioiM nnd discussed tho plans for his
stay in Japan.
In tho afternoon tho Commissioner
General, with his Secietury, Ml. Thco
cloio Hardee, proceeded to Tokyo and
paid their respects to tho United
states Minister. With him Mi. Bar
rett made arrangements to cnll 1111011
tho Minister of Foreign Affairs nnd
other members of the Cabinet. Yes
terday tho Commlsslonor General pro
ceeded to Tok)o and took up his head
quarters at tho Imperial Hotel, whero
no will remain during most of his stay
in Japan Already numeious Invita
tions have poured in on him from all
parts of tho eomitr) Inviting him to bo
tho guest of various cities, societies
and organizations, but most of his
time will be spent conferring with
lovernmcnt officials with leference to
tno participation of Japan in tho Louis,
lann Purchaso Exposition. Mr Bar
rett's mission Is of a high diplomatic
ciinwcter. and ho Is accredited to tho
countries of Asia nnd Australasia.
81ncc foreign countries have com
menced to realize that tho St. Louis
World s Fair Is expected to surpass
the expositions held at Chlcngo In 189K
nnd nt Paris In 1900, Japan has begun
to awaken to the great opportunity
that will bo afforded there of present
ing ner material, artistic, social and
educational dovcIopmcTit to all tho
Stanford University, May 31. Presi
dent Jordan announced today that
Henry It I'liliciough professor of clas
deal llturntuir, has been appointed
head of tho Latin department, tho
plate made vacant by tho enforced
resignation of Prolessor K M Pease
It Is turtliei stated that Instructor
Jefferson Eimoro will bo given an ns
slstant professorship In tho classical
department and that Assistant Benja
min O Foster will bo advanced to nn
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ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ud
II. P. Baldwin President
J. D. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Prcs
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
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Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Qlffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
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Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co,.
Malice Sucar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co..
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
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Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Troasurer and Secretary; Col. V. F.
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terhouso and Qeo. R. Carter, Directors.
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British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made -n
approved security. Commercial aid
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE 3U, 1801, W0.O4l.37.
Moaey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-thlrd Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Prest
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vlco President;
C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
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. Wilder. A. V. nnr n 11 n
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keeck, J. A. Lylt!
Jr, J. M. Little, H. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office nours; 12:30 1:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten I4.000.OtM
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fuad Yen 8.710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafta
and Lotters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
ror 0 months
For 3 month 3
Branch of the Yokohama Spocle Bank.
New Republic Bid., lh Kin? Stree
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On salt at office ot . . ,
THE . . .
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested in register ttnm
State orTerritory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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