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THE ELITE IcHJEAM PARLOUS
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Arlington Block, Hotel Street
in the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
sent Johnnie to the grocery
for some canned goods, wltn
positive Instructions to
cept only those bearing the
S. & W. label.
In this respect Johnnie's
mother differs not a whit
fiom hundreds of other room
eis, who have learned to de
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22 TELEPHONES 24
(Continued from 1'ago i.)
the committee that It would he advis
able for the District Committees of
the Fourth and Fifth Districts to en
dorse as candidates for the House of
nepresentatlvcsf At the coming elec
tion one nominee each of the Portu
guese Club In return for tho support of
the members of that club for the
straight Itcpubllcan Congressional and
"The Portuguese said they were to
meet last night. They were asked not
to do this but to wait until tonight,
when tho Fourth District Commltee
will have met and decided on the mat
ter of representation. Tho Portuguese
committee Bald that thoy would get
the meeting postponed or make an at
tempt toward this end. On top of
that they held their meeting and elect
ed two men Major Camar and Frank
Andradi before waiting to hear from
"The Portuguese statol that they
had from 300 to 350 men who were
either voters or eligible to be natural-
lied as American citizens. It seems
to I me Important that the Portuguese
be given representation, i.ot so much
for their voting power, jut for what
they will be In the future and for the
identification of nil the Portuguese
voters of tho Territory wltU the Repub
Mr. U rooks said he understood the
Portuguese could not. find c man In the
Fifth. The Fourth would therefore
have to give them two men on the leg
islative tlckut. At this remark, there
was a chorus of dissent, ted by Jack
Lucas, and Mr. Drool's sa. down.
Mr. Cooke Btated that lie firmly be
lieved if tho Portuguese vcto only al
lowed cne man In the Finrth they
would find a man Ir the Fifth all right.
Mr, Lucnii said A. V. Seabury was
a prospective candidate from the
Fifth. The speaker said this young
Portuguese had declared to Mm his In
tention to run.
Mr. Iscnberg moved that one Portu
guese be allowed on tho legislative
ticket or tho Fourth District provide",
be comt. out as Republican and sup
port both the Congressional and Legis
lative tlcketu of the Itcpubllcan party.
Mr. Aylctt said he did not believe In
counting chickens before they were
hatched On primary election day, he
had seen a couplo of wagonettes of
native Hnwnllans turned nwny from
the Republican polls b-'ause they
were Home Rulers. They were Amer
ican citizens at nil events while the
Portuguese were a doubtful quantity.
There were only eighty wie nt the
meeting lost night, and yet they claim
ed 300 to 3 DO. Nothing tit alt was
known of these people. They were
not American citizens now. What as
surance was there that th-v would ev
er become such. It would be fortunate
If 200 votes could bu secircd.
W. C. Roe said that hu hnd met with
First Precinct Republican last night
and they wero totally averse to allow
ing the Portuguese repeieutatlon.
However, ho believed that one man
would be all right.
Major Zlegler said he had seen Ma
jor Camara. Askeu If the Portuguese
Political Club would turn out as a
whole as Republicans, he icplled In
the negative. ABked further It the
Portuguese would not suggest a half
dozen names from which the Republic
ans might choose, and ngsln en inc.- un
answer In tho negative, ciupled with
a remark to the effect that the Repub
licans would hae to tu.s what the
Portuguese might see fit to send them.
Mr. McCIellan said he believed tho
Republicans went strong enough to
stnnd by themselves, And then pio-
edited the following resolution, which
precipitated a discussion that listed
lor nearly thre quaiteis of an lioin :
Hetolved, That It la the senso of tho
Fourth District Committee, that pio
portlonal repifseiitutinu l, kIwii to all
nationalities as thoy me : reentered, as
American citizens nnd voters; ami
That tho committee will welcome an
opportunity to glw presentation on
the legislative ticket to any Portu
guese Republican Club showing suffi
cient membership of Aiiiurlcau citi
zens, pledged as regular Republicans,
(1. W. R. King said that when It
came to proportional representation
the Portuguese were not entitled to
een one vote. Was it policy to havo
in the Republican party men who had
come out and said that they would go
to the Republican, the Deirocratlc, the
Home Rule party, or the devil, Just
so the Portuguese Political Club hap
pened to say so.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. It. Berroy, office, room 19, Camp
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
The Hawaiian band will play at the
Watklki Inn tonight
The cricketers wilt hae a practice
game on the Maklkl grounds Satur
day at 3.30 p. m.
The weekly edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news nt the day.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and sates, call on
Hoftschlaeger Co., Ltd.
W. E. Herrlck expects to leave for
tho Coast In the Alameda next week.
He will probably not return tor seeral
Will E. Fisher will sell the library
of Johnson Nlckcus of Hllo, Hawaii, at
his salesrooms, Friday, Aug, 29, at 12
Tho Made lllmi Club will have a
general meeting on Friday evening to
discuss matters of great importance to
The Fifth District Committee meets
at noon tomorrow and every member Is
expected to bo present as matters ot
great Importance are to be brought up.
James J. Waldvogcl, a citizen ot
Switzerland, was naturalized by Judge
Estcc this morning. He was vouched
for by Marshal Hendry and Attorney
The announcement comes from a re
liable source that paka pio games nro
being opened up all over the city and
that, in some Instances, the men con
ducting them aro becoming very bold.
Tho wireless telegraph service Is
now open for business to Mahukona
and alt points on Hawaii and Maul.
Telegrams will be received at the In-
tcr-lsland Telegraph Company's office,
lower Fort street.
The Democratic committee of fifteen
will meet nt noon tomorrow to consult
about fusion with the Home Rule party.
To the best of the knowlcdgo and be
lief ot one of the committee nothing
has yet been done along that line.
In the Police Court this morning very
little money went Into the coffers of
tho Territory, the only defendants
fined being a couple ot "drunks," All
tho rest of the cases on the calendar
were cither nolle pros'd or continued.
Assignee's notice of Intention of fore
closure nnd sale of mortgage nude by
Ylck l.ung Wul Co. to l.nm Yntc and
Yong Kong Hoon appear today. The
propel ty assigned by the mortgage will
be sold by Jas, F. Morgan on Sept. 20,
1902 at 12 o'clock.
The building started by (us Schu
man on the site of his previous place,
destroyed In the recent Chinatown
fire. Is almost completed. C. K. Al is
having his outhouses fixed up by car
penters and he will soon sturt In to re
build his two-story tenement house.
Mlto, Amaka, Nakawnl. Kawamoto
and Nakamlshl, who appeared In the
Police Court this morning to answer
the charge of having committed as
sault and battery upon a soldier, hsd
their cases nolle pros'd. us the com
plaining witness had departed In tho
The cases of W. R, Sims, charged
with using profane language and that
of J. Ilorgcn, charged by Sims with
assault uiul battery, were continued In
the Police Court this morning, the
principal witness In both cases being
absent. In both cases W. R.. Cuttle un
pen red for Ilergen und T. McCauts
Stewart for Sims. The cuses were con
tinued after a long dispute between
the two attorneys.
Tho PoitugueK' I'olllUnl Club met
last night und nominated Major Ca
nuiru nnd 1'innk Anilriule us tbe tainll
dates of the Poituguese colony for the
Legislature. Auiliade, iluilng the time
that elapsed ticfoie the election, created
a sensation by dunging -M. A. Sllvu
with hilnglug In the n.imn i( u mar
for mctnhcishlp who did not know he
as being mudc a member and who did
not put up nny Initiation fee.
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An Improvement has been made re
cently In the telephone by which ull
conversations taking place oer the
wire are absolutely pi hate. This de
vlco Is tlm Invention of F. S. Jackson
of Uoston, Mass. When once a connec
tion Is made there tun be no Interrup
tions whatever. It Is Impossible for
any other subscriber on the same line
to break In or for the cenlinl station
ta disturb the connection In order to
put some other caller on the wire.
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A DiH NOW
This morning petition und complaint
was Hied by Albeit ton Unievcmeycr
as plaintiff vs. Mux Schlemmer us de
fendant, tbe plaintiff claiming of the
defendant the sum of JJOOO for damages
resulting to him for Injury done by
the defendant to the peraon, character
nnd feelings ot the pUintlff; In that
the defendant did on August 12 with
focc und arms make un assault uihju
the plalutlff und beat, bruised, wounded
and lll-trented him to his damage In
the sum of $5000.
Attorney Chas. Cieliiblon Is conduct
ing the cube of the plaintiff.
It will be remeinhcied that yestenU)
the case of Cuptaln Max Schlemmer,
the manager of Lajsau Island, chuiged
with assault und luttciy upon win
Ornevi'iueyor, was disposed of, the de
fendant paying a line of Jlti.
Experiments have been made by the
geiieiul telegraph department of Ger
many to test the netuplex system ot
Uoston for the purpose of trying this
device and It has successfully with
flood ull the tests to which to has been
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the footsteps of man. wheieier he
goes has latel been shown by two In
vestigations of the air under widely
different conditions. Dr. Hutchinson,
In exploilng the air (iter Loudon In a
balloon, founj It full of microbes. M.
Illnot. In Undying the glaciers, snows
and the iitmospheio nt Mout lllaac,
found very few mltrnges on the sum
mit of the mountain. In the outer air
but when he examined the ulr In the
observatory he found It full of them,
showing that they had been brought
up from the lower h-vels by the obsen
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HOME FOR POOR INVENTOR3.
Uoston. Aug, 4. J. Dana Uycktord,
an Inventor of Vermont, has started x
moement to establish the first hom-
In America tor Inventors who have
been overcome by the weight of yearj
and by poverty. The home will bu
established In West Medford. A large
dwelling, known as the Old Mansion
House, has been as good as transfer,
red to a company headed by Mr. Uyck
ford, who says that the work ot estab
lishing the home will be pushed ahead
with all possible speed and that ap
proximately (20,000 In realty has been
turned over to his company already.
As soon as It can be done, copies of
a circular letter to America's captains
ot Industry will be put into the nialli
and scattered broadcast, explaining tbe
There will be a workshop In connec
tion with the home wherein the In
mates may spend their time In devel
oping their Idens. If it should happen
that something of value were devised,
the company In charge ot the horns
would put It upon the market.
Mr. Uycktord says that there will be
no limit to the territory from which
Inmates to the home may come. The
wles of the Inventors will also be admitted.
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