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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., SATURIUY, JUNE 28. 1902,
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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu.
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WALLACE R. FAIUUNQTON.. Editor
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Now York, June 19 -Democratic un
ity wag tbo Keynote tonight 9! a great
gathering of representative Democrats
who had come to attend tho opening of
the handsomo new quarter of the Til'
den Club. Addresses wcro made by
a dinner was Bcrved In tho banquet I
hall to the distinguished guests of tho I
cenlng. and a buffet supper served In
the basement for the rank and Ale.
To Democrats the event was one of
the most Important for many a day, ns
drover Cleveland and David U. Hill
met In harmony, scoklng to drnw tha
factions of tholr party together. It
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JfNi: 28. 100J.
Senator l'lntt's remark on the Ha
waii Commission resolution means that
this Territory will get no lUMisllguting
commission this )ear.
Itepubllcan meetings held last oen
Ing la the greater poitlon of the island
precincts were rry satisfactory in at
tendance and the lack of contests
promises that there will be no faction'
ul fights this year to worry about.
nnco In flvo years, William J. Hryau
bad been Invited to attend, though not
to speak, but no reply was received
Cleveland arrived at tho clubhouse
accompanied by 11. D. Hotchklss, Dr,
Joseph 11. Uryant and John C. Calhoun.
He had scarcely got Into the building
when ex-Senator David B? Hill,' accom
panied by Lafflln Kellogg, catuo In.
Hill's eye caught Cleveland as soon as
he had entered the Bpaclous club fov
er, and a moment later they were cor
dially shaking hands.
Loud and prolonged applause greet
ed the two men ns they entered the
assembly room. President Dow ling ot
tho club, In Introducing ex-l'resldent
Cleveland, said: "Wo hae with us
hero tonight the greatest of living
Democrats. Tho first speaker I liavo
the honor of Introducing to ou Is tha
successful candidate of two national
campaigns, ex-President (Inner Cleveland."
There was tremendous applause as
Cleveland ascended Ihc small plat
form. The npplauso wound up with
three cheers and a ''tiger."
The finance cnimltlco of the Central
Union church Is at pieent sending out
circulars to the members of the chinch
icqucstlng them to contribute toward
the payment of a sum of about $20uu.
which represents the shoitagc in the
Ft ACCEPTS THUS
fOR PHILIPPINE FRIARS
Seattle. Wash., June 20. The fa
mous gold steamer l'ortlaud, owned b
the Alaska Commercial Company ft
San Pranclsco, was caught by Im
mense Ico IIocb In Dehrlng strait June
4th, mid, with her passengers and car
go, was being canted Into the Arctic;
ocean when last seen. " v
On the Portland were over luO pas
sengers, many of tnem prominent
Nome opeiators. I'orty-sW of the un
fortunnte people weru booked from
Passengers on tho Vteamcr Noma
Nome City, which nrrheil from tin)
gold ramp tonight, stato that the I'oit-
land was apparently Intact, although
locked fast In the Jaws of nn Immeiuu
Ice Jam. She was moving ntong Into
the Arctic ocean In n northerly direc
tion at tho rate ot nbuit thrco uillon
The revenue cutter Thetis was Im
mediately dispatched to the rescue,
but It Is not known whether she was
able to bo ot any nBslstance to the lnv
julsoned steamer and her passengers.
The probable fate of the Portland li
mere conj-turo. She may pull
tiirough all right, although It Is ac
knowledged that she Is In a very dan
gerous position. Should the Ice break
up in n rough sea there Is no telling
what will happen. The Thells might
not ho nhlo to reach the Imprlsonel
people. Stanch as tho Portland is,
with her Iron sheathing, the force (I
grinding Ice Is something terrible.
has been used for twenty-threo years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODER8
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders aro made of the best lum
ber In tho world, but evert ether article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl crcforo these "Standards of tho
World" Inrubators and llroodtro occupy tho Bame relative position
to all other Incubators and Drocdcrs that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to rtad In our late catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AtientH lor the Territory ol llnwnll
Agents, Broken and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
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Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phlla
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Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers, Alex. Cross & SonB' hlgh-grado Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpa Covering.
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PaDcrs! Lucol and Linseed OH,
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Congress teems to be determined
to do these days Just what Is not ex
pected of It. The adoption of the Pa
nama canal scheme by the Senate docs
not promise such a serious blockade as
that now holding up the Cuban reci
procity bill. Indications are that the
House will come to an agreement with
the Senate and hefoio tho session
closes a law will be passed that will
enable the Isthmian canal to rise above
its former place as a topic for discus'
Blon only. The final ote of the Senate
Is n demonstration that Senator Han-
na still retains his power of lendorshli
In the Senate. It also holds out the
hope that tho transcontinental ratlwni
have at last lost their grip on Congress.
June 20 -The Papal Secretary
Cardinal Rnmpolln. todny as
sured Right Rev Thomas O Gorman,
Bishop of Sioux Falls. S. I) . that the
Vatican arcents tho proposition ol
Judge Taft, Governor of the Philip
pines, regarding tho disposition of tho
friars' lands on all the main points,
but dissents on minor points.
The American party waited patiently
at the Hotel Qulrlnal for the reply, but
ns this dispatch Is forwarded It was
still nut recehed There Is little doubt
that the answer will be 11 substantial ac
ceptance of tho main points of Judgn
Taft's proposals, which Includo tho
payment of about $1,000,000 for tho
friars' lands and a smaller sum for the
rental of the frlais lands used by the
Army, and the depot tatlon of tho friars
to Spain. The actunl sums will bo
fixed by arbitration. Judge Tnft has
prepared a tentative form of agreement
to Hso If agreeable to tho Vatican.
If the ansVer does not come tonight
Judge Talt tomorrow -will apply to
Mgr. Gassparl. secretary of the Congre
gallon Extraordinary on Ecclesiastical
Affairs, for Information on the sub
IRRIGATION JUI SIGNED
Washington. D. C June IS Anotli
er hope of the great West, which. tw-i
weeks ago, a Republican leader In tho
House characterized ns nn Iridescent
dream, was realized today when Prof
blent Roosevelt attached his signature
to tho national lirlgatlon bill. Hepn--Bentallvc
Mondell of Wyoming secured
tl - pen with which the bill was sign
ed, though It ought to hne gone In
Ncwlands of Nevada, tho real fatln.1
of the Irrigation bill.
Our vehicles have the most advanced Ideas In design,
and excel others In durable qualities and finish. . .
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmca Bugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo ks, St. Louis, Mo
Tho Standard (. 1 G
The Ceo. F. Blak, .jccam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of )ondon.
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BOOTH TARKINGTON WEDS.
Indianapolis. Ind.. Juno 18. The
marriage of Miss Laura Louisa Fletcii
er, second daughter of StoiiRhton I,
Fletcher, and Booth Tarklngton, th
author, took place today at the
Fletcher homestead. Only the mem
bers of the two families were present
Rev. Lewis Ilronn, rector of St. Paul's
Church, performed the ceremony nl
tho Episcopal Church. After the core'
mony Sir. nnd Mrs. Tarklngton left foi
the East to be away until October.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castla First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
a co. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pata Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhet
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Cc,
As a legislative measuro the Cuban
reciprocity bill Is dead. The beet
sugar forces have completely oor
thrown tho piogram of the Adminis
tration, and It is generally admitted
that no further conferences or talk 01
compromise uie nccessar) .Senators le
fuse to devote further tlmo to d' us
blons piodiictle only of a continued
agreement to disagree. President
Roosevelt, however, has not given up
tho first and is credited wltn planning
a treaty for tho Senato which will ac
complish what Cuba wants. Tho de
tails ot this treaty have yet to bo
framed, but as this action amounts to
a scheme to shut out tho House ot
Representatives from a share In thu
deliberations, it Is likely a lively row
will bo on hand tilt tho end of thu session.
Grant to Kitchener Adopted.
London, June IS. After much oppo
sition from the Nationalist an 1 Radical
members of the House of Common 1 nnd
the application of the closure, the gianl
of .C50.000 to Lord Kitchener In con
sideration of his eminent services In
WnsTMINSTBR IN POLITICS.
London, June 19. Thero Is excite
ment In political circles hern as a re
sult of the announcement that the
Duke of Westminster Intends to take
an active Interest In politics as a sup
porter of Sir Henry Campbell-Banner
Clias. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited
Sole Agents Columbus Buggy Co.
Win, G. Irwin & Co
South Africa, was udopted by the House man. the Liberal leader In the Housfl
todnv by 277 votes to 4S '. of Commons,
fa pi P P f-a B Ps Rs ra Pa r. pa Pa m ra Pa Sj P a p Pi Pa r Pa
COOK TO BE REAR ADMIRAL
Chicago, Juno 17. Overshadowing In
Stato Interest its total elimination ol
the silver Issue In the platform and Its
Xallui 0 to mention een once the name
of Bryan, was the action of the Demo
cratlc Stato Convention today In ruling
Mayor Harrison out of State politics
nnd disposing of him as a Presidential
or Vlcc-Piesldentlal possibility
Tho latter result was accomplished
when the convention, over the vigor
ous opposition of Harrison, Rlccted for
mer Mayor John P. Hopkins member
at large of tho Stato Committee by thoj
(iccisic voio oi i-Vt 10 0-AV1, ami ai
terward tho new State Committee, by a
ntf nt 1.1 tn in. rn-plprtpil Honklns
chairman of the State Committee ,
On the vote for member at large even
tho Cook county delegation, which was,
supposed to be by a largo majority at
tho beck of Harrison, showed n ma
Jorlty of only forty-three against Hop
kins. Mnyor Harrison came hero ex
pressly, by his own admission, to hu
miliate Hopkins nnd keep him off tho
Stato Committee. Ills utter falluio to
do so means that his Influence In poll
tlca Is now limited to pieclnct and ward
lines, und that even heie his power is
on tho wane.
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tions. Upholstering Department un
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Port Street, opp. Love Building.
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Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J, Ross Auditor
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Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock is non
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A. Wilder, A. V. Oear, O. U. Grar.
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Emmett May, Secretary,
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Sugar Plant. Co., Onoinea Sugar Co.,
Houomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makce Sugar Co.,Haleakala Hanch Co.
The Planters' Llue of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brower & Co.'s Line of
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C. M. Cooke, President; George
riohortson, Manager; E, F, Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary: Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jonos, II. Wa
torhouso aud Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
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Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen S,710,00O
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HONOLULU, H. T.
YALE WINH FIKSr GAME.
Refunding Porto Itlcnn DutlcH.
Washington, June IS. Chairman
I'ayno of the Ways and Means Com
mittee today Introduced a hill lefund
tng tho amount of duties pojd un mer
chandise brought Into the United
StatCB from Porto Rico between April
11, 1899, ond May 1, 1900, when the
I'orto Rico revenue law went Into ef
fect, and on merchandise brought from
the Philippines up to March 8, 1902,
when the Philippines revenue act went
GEN. CltOZ BR CONFIRMED.
Captain Francis A. Cook, who com
manded Schley's flagship, tho BrooV
Ijn, during the Spanish war, Is soon
10 bo madu n Rear Admiral. Captain
William C Wise, who now leads the
Hat of captains, will soon be promoted
and Is expected to retlro Immediately,
making way for Captain Cook.
Captain Cook Is a Massachusetts
man and has been In the Navy sln-e
18C0, when he entered the academy lit
Annapolis. He was an ensign In tho
west gulf blockading squadron during
the last two years of the Civil War,
and was commissioned a Lieutenant
in 18G7, Since that time be has llvod
F. A. COOK, U. S. N.
the life of change and transfer com
niander was made a Commander !n
1SS1 and a Captain in 1880. Later ho
was given command of the
Iltooklyn, and icmalned In that pot
until and during tho war with Spain.
Tho Brooklyn subsequently becams
tho flagship of the famous flying squ.i
dron. and Captain Cook acted as Com
modore Schley's chief of staff. Captalu
Cook has a magnificent physique and
a frank and manly bearing. In appear
dnco he is tho very ideal of a naval
officer. He has always been known
as a close friend of Schley,
Cambildgo, Mass, Juno "0. In thd
pn si nee of 12,000 spectators Yalo won
Un easy lctory over Harvaid In thu
,nikt of their annual series of tewl,.,!! o 0,(llailco rnuU of 1)rga.
Washington, Juno 20,
lions by .tho Senate; Captain William
crozler, Oidnauco Department, to be
games, it was a contest of pitchers.
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moh Wth most naval ottlcera. In 1S0S "' "" " ""'J -
hf was piomoted n Lieutenant Com
outs In tho game. Scoro:
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iiautrics uarva and wmsiuw;
Htulliiian. Clarkson nnd Kcrnaiv
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
dler gcueial; S. S. L)on, Now Jersoy,
consul at Kobe, Japan; William It,
Logan, Indian ugeut for tho Belknip
The oto on the motion to confirm
Ucueial Croiler was -ft to 12. Thu dia
cusslon of tho nomination was again
led by Senator Proctor In opposition
to confirmation. Senators Warren,
1'ettus and Foraor mado brief replies.
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points on Muul, Telegrams will bo re
ceived at tho Oceanic Gas & Electric
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