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EVBIIINO nTU,ETIN. tlONOtiUH;, T.MI., FRIDAY, SEPT. 21,M90fi. ? ''--, f'V ,
? KEKl Y .f;USDAR.
Hawa i ;Hh"MtaDsrec.
01 . '"u CHnptr-rS pi m.
Alt visiting member ot tha
M.tAK .. dLnw.l -!!.. I....II...1 I., ...
" mi- jv." mij iuiiil'j n- ut-
Kiin Di'KiiUiKD oi local rouges.
Mff'i nvi-ry Monday evening at 7:31
lii I i .i r ,'a'i. Fort strejt,
K it. lENDUY. S'crctary.
'J. 0 'TiTIM,, N. G.
a:i UliUii' bi'i'htrs very cordtall'
In ii. 1.
fc.VSIIC 1-J0 3E, Ho. T, K. of ?.
Mf cr."V Tuesday rvenlng nt
7:30 o.'luk ,r K. ot 1'. Hall, KJng
ntr.'! V!ciiir brothers cordially la
rltcf. to llll'!.
0. .r WIIITEHEAD.C.C.
E. vVALIHlON, K.R.3.
OAllU LOttOE, No. 1, K. of P. '
)lv.a c.r7 Friday crenlrs at
K. i' Mall, 'l ir street, nt 7:S0. Mem
bfri . f Myitlj LoJte, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klil!r. Inijo, No. 8, tnd TlEttlLg
tw'lin .:.""di.iliy Invltrd.
A. 1) I10ND, C. 0.
A. n. KENWAY, K.n.H.
ir.HI LULU LODGE 810, D. P. O. II.
Hi nolulu Lod'jc No. CIS, D. P. O. II.,
i'u meet lu 0 elr iall .ia Mllloi
i ' Hcretri Ii ttreoti, jni7 Frld.i
J;' order 'he . n.
IIV'SRY II. filMPSON,
ii. r. JunmAt, n.n
HARMON LCOOC, No. J, I. 0. O. F.
y.'rn. M'KIMtY LODGE No. 8, K.ef P.
1 :. V.i'.'ta .7 Sat'irdiy CTcnlnx nt
'-7:10 iiUUvl. 'a K. of I'. Hall, Klnc
f.rL Vt Ins brothers cordially In
vito 8 Ott' I'd.
If. M. JOHNSON. O.C.
3. A. JACOHSON, K.U.U.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. O. E.
V'-U i the Ind and W WUDN'li1
PV fvorlriKi nt fnrh rcontli at 7: .1
'c!a.-U U. K. of P. Hall, Kins slr(L
Vl'.tl'iK Euglej are tnvtleil lr it
DAM M.'VEAO JK. W.P.
H ' ..UORK, W. Socy.
MAV. K map, -HP r .. 1. ORDEn OF
KAMll T I. A.
Wet oi In.iM ttolrd THU118
rAY if aail. mum) In Fraternity Hall,
Ortd Follow pi'iititiiB Foit strci-1. at
'.30 oMoil i in 'nit attfuduncb
a diflrad at "it nn'tlng.
Transaction of 8u r iss.
HAWAIIAN TRIBC No. 1, I. 0 K H
Mearit emrry ui-ontl nud ffturth
FRIfiAY ot each rr.oatli lu I. 0. G. F.
Vinltlng lirotbcre cordially lovltfd to
k . V. V. nAKE. Sachem..
, ' A. B. ilUHPHY, (J. of R.
A Supeilcr Lljiit to all others.
Aceytlene Co it kuporlor In quality,
ari.l rh' . r ntates lees heat, vltl
ait Hi? t . 'ii nd has no Injurious
(1fct rn tdt '.'" l
F"i .jrther t,4rtli:lars Inquire it
. .) Calc'jni CarMdo of all alzet. Ii
' i v and Kinalt Lars, for Generatoi t
ar.a Automsbllt Lamps and all slrcj
rind tfdc of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. '.V. MA--.I ARLANE, Manager.
Tc!chonK Ml i U5. 14S Merchant St.
And Judo tho Interior of your store
I y the xtr rlor of your delivery wagon.
iulijr, men, If that wagon of
you re s not well painted and In first,
class repair It Is driving business
r.wfcy from your establishment
It'? Just the opposite when you lia.T
ii. put It In f!r;t-elass condition.
I HICES ARE RIGHT.
7 QUEEN ST. TaL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C, W, ZEKU.ER Manager
, t ClU. itVf ly ,
I "ill alitrcticn
. ifa )tart,
IK 1KH ItVftKltT.
iviist oh crrri'in
Vfhito Korso Collar.
ttelnt Mh prleJ VI Ufcy miny Ccn't kwi It
If they rm k-rti nnntr.tr traiul.
MACKIC & COY DISTIUERS LTD.,
ISLAY, OLENUVCT, AND OLACQOW.
i KOFFSCHLAEGER CO.,
KING AND 11LTHEL OTnEETS
;.i Comunid I-I.iy
j-! TIto Anjolu.s ;j
l Muno I3Itiyor
ij lt mcc' unlsm Ic so simple !':
Jj that a child can play It, while li
i-j at the anine tlmo there Ii i'
ff hardly any limit to the dejjrca -
i) of proficiency a skillful per- ?
vj former can attain In tho mas- i!)
Ji tcry of eaprcs!on. (
i4 There l no.ng musically
V! beyond Ita icach. n
rl Pay for It, If you wish, by hi
y the monlii. .
:;J Come an J try It at h
1 Hawaiian Hews Co,, Lid., 1
;-'! ALEX. VOUNG DUILDING 3
REAL ESTATE FOH SALE,
S Building lets in Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, 510C0 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Dox 705.
, . 63 FORT. 8T,
STOCK AND ,D0ND DROKER.
V EMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
IS? MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Oth'r- Dectrabl: Localities.
ON'WILDlR and GULICK AVEO.
No Rear-onablc Offer Refused,
X Best 5c Smoke
HAVMLDCM TODACCO CO.,
V . n KTH nuTOHE.
For Fine Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AMO PRE03ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
131G FORT STREET.
o FINE o
o AT o
Do your clothes need look
ing after? If co, leave them
HOTEL NEAR FOnT.
"C FAR I A
HUE SUITS FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp, BISHOP ST.
' ft' J
'To really make the break and look,
for a better Job requires a little nerve
and a llttlo Bulletin ad.
Tlio (Hole sell It cheaper. "
AMtoi for hire nt Tor. Stablest.
The barkentinc Uenlcla Is miloailliiK
lumber at the Italliond wharf. j
it I). Church lcac9 this afternoon'
mi the Clauilliie for Kahuliil,
Jtent n ts-ife deposit box from the.
It my Wnterhouso Trust Co., Ltd.
.Ins. Wnkefleld Is n pateciiKer on the
i iluillnc bound for Illlo.
l r. Dlnecar lcavca at o'clock for
E V. and l. K, Hart leave on tlio '
Iniiilluc this nftcrnoon for Knhului
Rev. A. II. Weymouth cues to Lr- I
Inlna this afternoon on 'tho steamer
11. U Kerr leaves this afternoon fori
A ilanrc will bo ricti at the Seaside
tho night that the MoiiRolla rcachei
V. (I. Scott Is n pasieiiEcr on the
Chiiiilinc for Kalinlul.
Chan. Clay nud Mrs. (lay arc Claud
ino passengers today fur I.ahalna.
.Maria T. Scott leaves this afternoon
for llllo on tho Claudlnc.
It. P. llnlilwln nml family nro calling
today on the steamer Claudlnc.
A. Q. DlcUen and wlfo and three
ihildicn arc booked for passage on '
tho Claudlnc. i
The leading editorial ot the Overland
Monthly for tho current month Ik by '
K. P. Iruln of the Evening lliillctln
J t'. J. McCarthy makes announcement
I today ot his candidacy for tho Deino-
natlc noniltntion us Territorial Sen
I If you burn wood or coal reinemliir
1 the Pacific Transfer Co. handle both'
end will deliver fame lu nny part of
1 the city.
Tlio Malic lllma Football Associa
tion will nuet nt 7:30 Halurday night
lu the Thistle Club looms.
Ev.'a plantation will puy n 1 per cent,
diWilcnd on September 29.
V. A. Coolie has 10,000 two-year old
si ul plants fur sale. Sec classlllcd
.Mr. and Mrs. Pike, with two children
'and a maid, iirrheii In Honolulu Tlmra
il.iy on the steamer Aornngl.
II.mieoii, Smith A: Co. will move Hi"
pi.odhf roni the Hobron etoro this
wi "k. Soda fouulnln will be busy un
til the hint minute.
iiuhuman Carrlago Co. maintains n
ilr-t class repair department on (jueu.
Htrnt near Fort.
J I). .Maniucs, ot the Hank ot Ha
waii, was among the passengers who
iiitac lu on thu steamer Sierra,
Uilekland's I.Ives of the Quccna of
K'ighind fioin tho Norman Conquest:
I-, ii-y monthly payment!) nt Win. C.
t..v')ii & Co.. Ltd.
Plenty ot light right where yci
i ut Ii right when you want It wlitfo'
ti,i itu Ineandencent electric Ifghli-w
"ho Leonard deniable refiluviptor
i he k'pt tlranir, colder and ilrye
I ..'ii nny other klmi. Call nud M'o Ito.
nal ttyles ut II. llaiktcjil & Co.
ltulieiold roollug Is better than tlti.
lion or shingles nud Is moi cover much
h'-j I'.xiitnslve. It la ll.c Lot rnullm;
(in can use. Sold by I.cwers & Co-j'.k',
Mil. ' I
C. II. Reynolds, manager of the I'fi
cll'.c Cahlo htatlons, who tins hecu ,op
u tuur of Inspection, was n pacr-'ngcr
on tlio AorangI today, from Fanning
Among tho iinsEeugcrs who urrivcil
Thiiitday on tlio AorangI en unite
to,- tho euast was Sir Philip Sidney
i.l ii.h, the well known jiIijhK-Iu.ii of
Owing to the gicat demand anyone
I 'I'liluj; a tablo at thu Seasldu Hotel
i.iatuiday livening, September 22, miibt
, innku reservation by noun of that day,
otnerwlso thero liuiy be disappoint-
Tlio pasbengers fur Honnliilu bn the
mvlU-a Maru, which urrhed Thursday
niuiulug from Him Fiamlsco,- an; Mr
nml Mis. Funih mid Dr. and Mrs.
Peter O. SciTir, who nro un u tour
around tho world.
The engagement Is announced of
Mil's Marlon Itaudull of UerKclcy, lu
(Sdunnl T. Pariions, who Is well knuA-u
lu Huuoliilu nt thu chief ruttler for
the Slicrulu-WIUIauiB Paint Co. Ed
am ul promise to bring u Mrs. P.xr-i-omi
Willi him on his next trip to tho
Fordham Johnson and wlfo were
paro-ougers for Honolulik on tho
AorangI Thursday. .Mr. Joluihon
Is ni.innger of tho Vaneoiivcr-FlJI Sug
ur Company's mills und plantntlona ut
Navua, FIJI. He la on a trip for tho
benefit of his health, und will return
to FIJI on tho S. S. Mlowera.
Mnjor-dcneral H. Finn arrived
Thursday on tho AorangI from Aus
tralia, en route to England, whither
ho Is returning uftcr fluhdilug ills term
of nurvko lu charge of tlio Australian
Commonwealth tervlco. General Finn
made u icputatlon for himself In the
Egyptian campaign, with (leu. Ilcctor
,Mi Donald, whero ho dUtlnguisheil
himself by his military exploits.
Purser T. C. Smith of tho S. S. Ala
u.oila has been mado on honorary
member of thu Southern California
Editorial Association, Tills honor
(ornos to him In; recognition for vrl
i.ablo newspaper work performed by
thla gentleman in ISO'J, when ho gave
to tho vvoiid by special tnblo to tlio
San Francisco Call, tho story of tlio
t'umoan dlnslcr, when Lieutenant
l.onedalo and Ensign Monsighau, ot
the U, S. battleship Philadelphia, and
I.lcuttnant Freeman of tho Urltla.li
gunboat Tnuiaga, vyllli 100 liluejack
ols, wcro ambiinljod nud slain by Jin
Inala'a warilom. This achievement
rs n ptero of nowspnper work Is. ue
l.iiowlcdgcd us ono of the most splen
did over plaerd to the rrcdlt ot n
lii wnpaper lu San Francisco, the Call
heating by sovcral hours all tho news
pipers of America und Europe In giv
In;; to tho public tho llrst news of the
i ri- i iVpoH
V No, don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get gtassei
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
-t M i
,J.2J1?.-.UJ 1 1
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HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRKaL,
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDQ.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
TAFT TO MEET REBELS
Havana, Sept. 20. The rebel leaden,
have been called to Havana tor a con
ference. Secretary Taft lins begun his hcirlu;;
ot tho fiucithm lu dispute.
The stlunllou Is hucomltig more com
plicated, s a
FUNOTON TO CUBA
Wnslilugtoii, Sept. 20. General
Kuiibtoii has been ordered to call for
Cuba uu Saturday.
CARTLOADS OF CORPSES
Hongkong, Sept. 20. Thu corjiscs of
the victims in tho great typhuuu arc
being carried oft In carts. In many
ii-ayis, thu si ivcngerB have been over
iltjiUQ, by the Ltcuch ut tlio decaying
uoiiie'i, while assisting lu thu clear
ini, avvav of wrcMiftao, (ho Itev. J. '
lloai . llbluj of Victoria llIongkoi.gl
V!ls (frowned ycjtculay.
PASSENGERS GET EXPENSES
San Fraurlsco, Sept. 20. Tho gov
ernment has Isiaicd authority to tho
pjilianler to provide lor tno living
"Xjienes of the passingcrs "t the
stranded transport Sheildau.
m Hie m
GIANT BOAT3 LAUNCHED
I.oudou,. Sept. 20. Tin co leviathans
were launched hcio jcjlcrday, the
M..U.I luian, Adriatic and tho cruUti
REFEREE SUES NELSON
Pliliato, Sept. 20 (icorgo Slier,
i etc: ce lu tho rcceht Ncleon-CSiius light
ut Oolillkld. has enteicd suit iignlnst
N'oluu und Nelson tor libel, lie claims
$50.01)0 damages. s
tm m i
St. Petersburg. Sept. 2U. 'Ihu gov
ernment Is preparing to grant full re
ligious freedom tliiougliout thu Em
pire, at 4iu early date.
ILl I,M 10
Finding that to save their lives they
Inust abandon $10,000 belunglug to
their employers, two bank messengers
hastily decided on Wednesday utter
noun that It would Re best to llvo and
let tho bag of gold go.
It was Just ub tho gang ot workmen
employed i tho urn king of tho old
building formerly occupied by thu
Evening I'osUnt Hush mid Kearny
! streets was prciurlug to tear down one
of tlio sheer walls of brick that at.
automobile with tho inesbcugers und
tho money sped along Kearny strict
north toward California sticot. When
Just opposite thu wall and In n posi
tion ot Imminent danger, Pullcenian
Itlchl nud several of tho wpikmcu
shouted to tho man nt tho wheel lu
i tho machine to turn oft to cscapo thu
I shower of bricks, lletote ho could do
so, however, tho nutomobilo hud been
caught between a wagon and thu curb.
Tho wall was about to fall
Thero was only n iiiomcnt for tho
men to dccldo what should bu done.
Jumping from the inuchlno while .It
was still In operation they ran to n
place of safely. Tho nutomobilo inn
tinned whlizlng down tho strict,
knocking down a teamster and cullld-
lug with n to-.uu of homes fnithcr an.
At this Juncture Policeman Itlchl
showed his prcrcuco of mind und Inci
dentally unveil tho innchlne nud tho
$10,000. Ho seized the cnblo which
hnd been 'lined to diop tho wall nml
rlirled It about tlio mnehlue, bringing
It to u Rtop fin u brick heap on Hush
The mrssengei-B citno up, claimed
m.ii'hlno nud money, mounted the seat
of the nnto nml drove nvvny. Exam
iner. Tho Wcokly Edition ot tho Evening
llhllc'tln gives a complete summary of
tho nows ot the day. For SI ver.
Lives of the Queen's
FROM THE NORMAN CONQUE8T.
Compiled from' official records and
other authentic documents, private aa
well .is public, by Ague's .Strickland,
with a biographical Introduction by
John Foster Kirk. In sixteen vol
umes with about one hundred .hand
colored rare plates. .,
The Imperial Edition, limited to
iooo numbered copies, bounu.jn .im
ported English buckram, $5.00 per
volume. There are other finer bind
Inns Includlna the Hoval Edition.
$60.00 per volume, and (ho Alexandra
Eonion, iuu.uu per vvoiumc. to ne
had on easy Installments of $5.00
monthly and upwards.
COR, FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
AAPm innXl rrwrn
Thq Block of tho Honolulu Ilrcwcry
this foicnoon mndo n record by
leaching tho highest point In Its ex
istence, 2)1 being' paid for a block of
this clock ut prlvnto rale. The brew
ery stock' Is especially firm at. pres
ent on account of tho expectation that
It will pay a special dividend nt
Chthtinas, In addition to the regular
dividend of 1 per tent., which It Is
now paying. ,
On tho stock market Ouomcn ,1s
still king nt pruscnt, tlio prospective
lalso of dividend fiom tho present
. 1-2 per cent, being regnulcd as a
fnrOgcno conclusion. As u matter of
fact, PoUlt?., on tho 18th. has already
reported that thu dividend had been
lalsed to 2 1-2 pi-r tent. Tho final uc
tlon In tho matter, however, will not
be taken before tho Han Frnnclsco
directors have sent their consent to
tho proposition, so that thq directors
now In tho city can act.
a ' '
UP THEIR .
A meeting of tho Portuguese Repub
lican Club wus held at San Antonio
Hall, at which considerable criticism
wiih showered on the Republican party,
lor falling to nominate tho lcprcecu
tntlou chosen by thu club. Tho Pur-'
tugiicso felt that they had been slight
ed, lu splto of tho fact that tho club
controlled 400 votes, and whllo somo
of tho uloic staid members advised go
ing easy, tho largo mujortty of tho
meeting was In favor ot disbanding
the club, and spoko vindictively' ot
throwing their Biipport to the other
The following resolution was pre
sented by .Mr. l'ornaiidcz:
"Whcicas, Tho Portuguese Republi
can club was organized for tho pur
pose ot centralizing the Portuguese
votu uu the Islund of Oahu and sccut?
lug rcpicBcntntlun of their choice on
the Republican ticket; and
"Whereas, Tho Republican party Ig-
noi ed, failed to assist and support tho,
candidate of tho cholco of said club;
"Whereas, Tho membera of tho cluu
feel that their political Interests uro
best Mibscrvcd by disbanding tho club;
"llo it Resolved, That tho Portuguese
Republican Club be, and tho same is
hereby disbanded, that all resolutions
hcietoforo nppiovcd by said club uro
held null and void, und that a copy or
tills resolution bu sent lu tho Central
Committee cif thu Republican party."
This resolution cuiibcd considerable
discussion. A K. Vlcira, Mr. Dcponlo
nud others spol.c ugnlnst It, but Mr.
Foster nnd his friends said that the
Republican party hnd fooled them lot)
long, und It would bo better for them
to bo Independent. Tho motion to dlt
baud was carried by u voto of SI to ti.
nnd the meeting adjourned ominous
ly threatening to gupnoit other pat
The Chamber of Cpmiueicu has de
cided to havo a representative at tho
Mohonk Convention, The position was
oftcied tji P. C. Jones by cable but ho
declined to, accept, ns ho expected, to
ictiirii In tho China. Tho Chamber
Ik now looking for another man, but
has not yet decided on whom to
Tho Weekly Edition ot tho Evening
(lulletln gives a complete summary ot
tho news of tho day. For $. a yaar.
2W"For Rent" carda on sale at
tho Bulletin offlc,
Happy in ;'
aoME Intend to stay and
ALL WANT TO RETURN-MO-ANA1
NICELY BY MR. HOLLAND
ALL THB GOOD THIN S
DINNER BY 80UTHERN CALIFOR
NIAN3 TO. PROMOTION COM
MITTEE AND OTHERS AS
SISTING IN ENTERTAINING
Tho return dinner to the Promotion
Committee, newspaper reception com
mitted and personal friends was n
very happy event In the schedulo of
the Southern California Editorial As
sociation. Tho dinner was served last even
ing In tlio beautiful dining-room of
the Moana Hotel. Tho tables wcro
laid as at the luncheon given tho vis
itors on their arrival. The guests
turning hosts did not fall shoit In
maintaining California's well-known
reputation for hospitality. The ar
inngcments in tho hands of C. F, Hol
land ol tho Los Angeles lxpiesn wcro
excellent nnd showed him to bo a
pastmatcr In getting pcoplo togeth
er., Mrs. J. J, Penny presided at the
pqst. of tonstmastcr and right well
did she uphold her reputation fof
springing the brightest sentiment nt
the light time. Tho responses to the
toasts vcro Impromptu and thero wan
n tono of Jfijly good-naturo in all that
was said ,nnd done, thoroughly In
lecplng wlthjinn assembly ot news
paper pcoplo and their friends.
Tho llrst tuiAt, "Our Gunsts." fell
to O. Kay Honour tho orator and hust
ler ot tho party. "All tho good things
pit, pcoplo linvo dono for us will nev
er ho repaid. Tho memories will stay
with ns as long ns wo live. If it bo to
n hundred years." sMr, 1 lor ton was
brief but enthusiastic In his reference
to the goad things tho present guests
had put beforo tho visitors from the
tlmo of their arrival. v "
Wallace R. Farrlngtnn was called
upon to tell what ho knew of gettlug
cut a ncwRnaner liv nroxv nf'thn Cal
ifornia Editorial Association.' Far-.'
rlngton said tho 'story of .tho special
edition would 111! a book, but tho Cal
ifornia!! editors wero good fellows
nnd know how to keep their, tempers
when everyone wanted It done his
way. Speaking of what tho Terri
tory needs, ho said that Americans
wcro tho flrat consideration. Ho"dlU'
not entliiuu over policies that sought
c o:.Tpt Hawaii from everything
American. Wo should 'develop hcio'
ar an American Territory. California
had won out nnd tl-.cro wns no reason
why Hawaii should nut.
R. II. Tient, us representing tho
transportation, companies, was given
a lively Introduction. He told tho
1 1 llilo story of Joseph, nnd suggested
thatlt would be a good plan to hold
rome of the iiarty ns hostages In or
der that others might follow. "Wo
nro glad you nro horo and liopo you
will, comet again."
"I.ovo at First Sight" was Miss
Tower's topic. Sho acknowledged tho
Impeachment nnd confessed her Ina
bility to iccover from tho feeling of
joy that enmo over licr when bIio nrst
sighted tho Islands. Her sentiment
at tho cluso of her toast was a very
pretty one and roused her hearers to
Promotion Committee 'Woods was
introduced as "Sunny Jim" and tho
title caught on with the crowd. Mr.
Wood knew tho Southern Callfornlans
wero good pcoplo before they came
and their coming had convinced tho
pcoplo of Honolulu that he spoke tho
wholo truth. He gavo ono of his en
tertaining talks on what Hawaii has
to offer, and was most enthusiastical
ly applauded for his closing senti
"For wo nro all happy In Hawaii.'
Judge Henry E. Cooper was Intro
duced utf onq whom tho Southern Cal
lfornlans wcro honored to claim as
n jfprmor fellow-cltlzcn.' Ho Bpoko
briefly ot tho liar, detailing Its long
mid honorable career and pnylng an
especial tilbuto to thu Judiciary of
Soerctnry Johnson spoko for the
visiting editors. Ho said In. part:
Mr. To-istmnrtcr, I.ndlcs and Gentle
men: I am uliul you have selected goon
t peckers twilight Instead of calling on
tho "haB-bccn" editors who havo been
talking day nud night luco. wq, left-
San Francisco nnd u.n to date Have
tuld but little. Just why I am singled
out to respond to tho toast "Promotion
Commlltcco" Is u puzzler unless am
expected to tell Mr. Wood how ho
should conduct the business. This
would bo uu easy task it ho would take
thu advice. -. ,
Instead of saying 'ptcothlng3 about
tho committee I will have to roast It
In n inlld 'wny. Two weeks ago wo
brought u party of fortyrtoveni people
down hero and every-ono wns booked
to return oh tho Sonoma, 'which WU3
to havo gone out from hero three, ar
four days ago. Tho steamer Is a week
Into, and the people ot Hawnll-and the
Promotion Committee have treated our
party ro well twelve have decided to
ttay over fronlwu vveoks to a month,
and tf-wp wore lo remain another week
Woo, and MiCaudlcss would eapturo
at loart Ihroe-fourlliB of tlio party for
a three mouths' stay It they could not
bo prevailed upon to remain perma
nently. Those wlio will remain with
j on Include joting ladies who left
beaux behind; men who left their fam
ilies to como down hero for a good
lime, and somo old'harhelors. Frlcuds.
lovers, sweethearts and relatives of
the members who nro to break nvvny
from us hero will meet tlio train upon
our return In Los Angeles, Then 'what
are wo.to say. If you woiild'only keep
such-fellows as Holt.nnd Davis no ono
would kick. Hut you start right in to
enpturo our young pedplc.
I am also told that these young ladles
wrote two letters a day back to their
best fellows up to tho time we arrived
here, hut now they are not sending the
scratch of a pen home.
The other night nt a public recep
tion here at one of your hospitable
homes one of our editors admitted to
his wife that he wan In love with a
charming Honolulu woman. Now-you
see what the Promotion Committee l
doing. Hotter call It n commotion
committee. I am having tho fight of my
life lo get Airs. Johnson to return, homo
with me. Am piomlslng to bo good
twenty-four hours a day for life nnd
am telling nil soils of stories to In
duce hcr-to return but nm not sure
tonight that I will got her out of hero
lu, under three months. I wish to mnko
ono request of you good people. Never
send Wood nnd McCandlcss nnd Trent
to Southern California at the snmu
tlmo. If you do wc will take to llio
woods. Why, they would capture hall
of our population nnd hi lug them down
on n new steamship line from San
Pedro before tlioy left our state.
Uut laying nil Jokes aside, I will say
your Promotion Committee Is doing n
great work. Stand by It. Wc might
say that the Mm Angeles Chamber of
Commerce has,bcen n, great factor In
building up that city. I am told aver
ten thousand new buildings have been
erected in that prospcious city during
the past year.
Wc hope our visit down Jicro wilt
lend up to an excursion fiom Los An
geles nnd also an excursion from your
Promotion Committee up to Southern
California sq that.wc mnystlll become
better; acquainted. Depend upon us
gentlemen to work tor the advance
ment, of Hawaii; wo will not only tuy
nice things in our papers but will al
ways havo kind words of praise for
Hawaii and her whole-souled, liosplt
r. Chariest M Rhodes made a brief re
sponse to tho "l-adlcs." lie wns fol
lowed by John A. McCandJcss, who
put In facts and figures In splendid
array to prove that, Hawaii wantn
closer relations with Southern Califor
nia and tho now direct steamship
lino tho'edltors aro expected to pro
mote will do It.
Tho last speaker of the evening
wns DIshop Ilcsturlclc, who Is very
much at homo with Southern Cnltfor
Man?.' Tho DIshop mndo thq most ex
tended speech, of tho evening and
pleased his hearers, Ho took Issue
with what Fnrrlngton had said re
garding Americanism. Tho lllshnii
i'ocb not believe thu Jaws lit for Ari
zona and Oklahoma aro necessarily
good for Hawaii, and Is oven con
vinced that Hawaii would bo better
oft if allowed to be inoro Independent
of. American laws. , ,
The steamer Enterprise, Captain
Youngicn, arrived In port yesterday
nftcrnoon at 3 o'clock and Is tied up
at the railroad dock, whero bIio Is un
loading her cargo and taking on sugar.
Captain Youngrcn reports a flno voy
ngc. with no unusual happenings.
Tho Entcrprlso brings four passen
gers, Jlr. Wilson, a bookkeeper of Wul
akcu, and his wife, and two travelling
salesmen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson will
icturu on the Enterprise
The vckecI brings nbout 400 tons ot
freight for Honolulu, und is loading u
cargo ot 1200 tons of sugar.
Captain Youngrcn says ho encount
ered no unusual currents on tho voy
age. The must noteworthy circum
stance of the voyage was the fact that
the light at Fapiikla was burning with
unusual brilliancy. Captain Youngrcii
says ho could sco It for a much great
er distance than ever before. Tho new
lighthouse keeper, Dillon, Is evidently
making a record for himself.
Tho Enterprise left San Francisco
The slto of the old Flood building at
tho comer ot Fourth and Market
streets was yccterday leased to tho
"Paclllc Company" for n term of llfty
years. This Is tho most Important real
estate deal in San Francisco since the
fire. It is figured that tho lease will
tost somewhere between $3,000,000 and
$1,000,000 during tho half ecntuiy of
An clght-story-cluss A building cost
ing $7S0,0U0 will bo erected without de
lay, those Interested being anxious to
lomplcto the Hut clas A structure on
tho new Market street. Examiner.
EJECTION JURY SELECTED
Tho ejection cmo of Y. Alien vs.
Ophelo limit Abraham Kalcikau wus
opened this morning before Judgo Rob
inson. A Jury was. Impaneled which
took up tho luiger part ot tho morn
Ing and us, tho result tho case was, by
consent, continued till Monday morn
ing. Tho following Jury was selected:
films. Ilutzkc. S. I.eBser. J. O. Young,
Chns. Johnson, p. J. Dutra, N. II.
Mitislng, A, Q. Kannegiesser, H. B.
Turk, F. E. Rlccro, Chas. Lucas, a.
B. Lloyd, J,ol;n II. Fuller.
vylll contain, va. cartoon, suggested to
the Bulletin artist by the California
Editors Taking Possession.
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A dlvpreo libel vyas filed this after
noon In the enso of, John Do Hogo vs.
Annlo Do itego. The decree Is nuked
on grounds of adultery.
The Republican headqiiartors will
tomorrow bo established In tho
rooms formerly used by tho old "llo
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.