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All visiting members of the -XCoft-Kif i rn
i. order aro cordially Invited to at- ' i VJIJKwSaS j V O
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HARMONY LODGE, No. J, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Motiu y evening t 7:210
In 1. o. O F. ilon. Fort street
K. It. HUXDllY. Secretary
C 0. IIOTIi:!-. N. (1.
All vlsUlrc liru'lierii vary cordially I
MY81 IC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P. j
Mcett every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Ilnll, It'iif
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
tltirt to ntlomi.
O. .1. WHlTHURAn. C.C.
F. VAI.l)IlON, K.It.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mfts everr I'rldny fvcnlrg t
K. P. Ilnll. Klnrs strcit. nt 7: SO. Mrm
bers of Mystlo UnUe, No. 2, Win. Mc
Klnlcy LodKC, No. 8, nnd Tlltlt,i?
trotUrra cordially Invited.
A. II 1IONI). C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY. K.1L8.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. O. C.
Honolulu LodRO No. 616, 1). P. O. B.,
will nu'dt In their hall, n Miller
nd llcretanla streets, cvi-ry Friday
lly order of tho K. n.
HAIIKY H. SIMPSON,
H. E. MUrtllAY, n.n.
iVm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. B, K.of P.
Meets every Baturday evening at
V.'M o'llork In K. of P. Hull, Klnc
s'.rsst. VIsltlnB hrotheru cordially In
-IU Ko ntteiid.
M. M JOHNSON, CO.
K. A. JACODSON, K.H.ri.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the Snd nnd 4th YVCDNTS
DAY evening" of each month nt 7:30
iclock In K. of P. Hall, Kins strcL
VIMtln. KagltM arc Invited tr at
BAM McKKAC .'n. XV V.
II. T. MOOItG, W. B.H-y
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O, ft. M.
Meot every feennrt and fourth
rniDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. 1'.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
V. P. DIIAKK, fHchoin.
A. r. MUltPIIY, C. of II.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y M. I.
Mi'i'tH i',-ry m-iond and fourth 'n
iH'Bd.iy of fiiih uioiitli nt S,m Amonlo
Hull. VIsUIiik hrolliirs cordially In
lteil to at'i'nd
i: V TOUI1, Sory
T. K MuTKIIIK. Pre.
sj srnsjMsMM-M 11 II sjs,. rJ-il -i
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlene Crs Is superior in quality,
and cheapness rfrilatet less heat, viti
ates the sir lean -nd hot no Injurious
affect- nn the eves.
For ,jrther partl-'lara Inqulrs nt
Also Cale'um CarMde of all sires. In
-rums and small cart, for Goner-tor
and Automobllo Lsmps and all tlzec
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Tolephone Main 145. 14,3 Merchant tit
As to their neatness or ohahblnes3.
uslness men, you'll admit It Is
more profitable, If title impression to
customers or prospective cuctomerc,
Is one o' neatness,
Why not, make that kind of an Im
pression with your delivery wagon?
Bring It to us and we'll repair nnd
repaint It at a low charge so well, It
will do so.
!7 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. DOX 1S3.
C, W. ZEIGLER Manager
E?Hr Illank books of all sorts, ledgers Rlchardk near Queen Sts. All tale-
KJp etc., manufactured by thn Dulletln Pub- phone messages promptly attended to.
jRjS llshlug Company. We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
H-i'i irn milHii' J
I fc-3-r' HrH
' 3-tl kU
I ai ril
If the paper on your wall le bo af
fected It is '.lire to give your house
n dilapidated appearance.
Why not select nn up-toilate pat
tern from our New Stock and make
the hcune loot; like new?
WE HAVE A
PLAIN AND FANCY PATTERNS.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
Tel. Main 108.
P. O. Dox 19.
Lonl and Belser,
Scvvcro, Qradlng, Paving, Teamlnrj,
Dlack and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH A KmWAIAHAO 8T3.
Wear Woolen Worsteds
A new and comnlete line of both
English and American manufacture
now In stock.
Order now nnd have a stylish, long
wearing, well-fitting suit made to your
order from this handsome material.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King St.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
can be obtained by telephoning
snd ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 4D7.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1316 FORT STREET.
O. FAR I A
FINE SUITS FROM $18 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. UISHOP ST.
Clcthoi Cleaned snrl Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager,
LOCAL ANi GENERAL
More Is done with words than with
hands; and Bulletin Want-Ad. words
ore the busiest words In the world,
Tbo Olobe sells It cheaper.
Autos fur hire nt Tcr. Stables. .
Your grocer -sells Pol llrcnkfnst mod
Htnry May ft Co. nio Riving rice
eninplo packages of Pol Urrnlifnst i
Food. . " !
ImmciiKp 1i.irn.Unn III lace curtnliifi nt
Mom's thin c"k. liliiio In Mudilj
Work, Pint fitirrt.
lUiKftrimi Music Co. lino thr- l.irR-'
Ml nnd most Minililctp stork of slicel
imnh' In the lil.imls
'I hern Is nolhlns to heat the Opla
Kr olp.nr nt Hip price, llnywldon '10
lurco Co, distributor.
A younit in in I minted for n i lor
lc.il iiohliion in 'i KiivcinmeiiL mil n
." Wiini Column today. S
Work fin the Kallhl-wnonn school i
ho:in was ntulcd jctlciilny b) Hie 1
Hiitipll Const i in thin Co.
Col. 11. Wllliiiil Pronrli in- oil
IIiioiikIi toda on uu' Ventura en route
fioin Syilni v t' I Sulci..
I i niui nl ti C'uinui.iiulrry No. 1. N I
will hold n icculnr inrclinK nt 7:3U till'
'Veiling In Mu onlc Temple.
Seo the mines Oxford nt Mnnnrtc-ttirn-'B
Shoe to. .Most comfortable
!.oun she made Prlco $2.Su.
0. J. IMrkn, pioneciillliK iittorncy id
Pa en PaRO. h iiuioni! the liattspiiEers in:
the Ventiua bound for the Coast.
P. C. (lasl.111. lerirliry In (Jovuiinr
Moore of I'.il'.o P.uto. It on his u:i I"
lb" Stiili"! on l In' htenmer Veiilui.i
Pencil Millow Ii n ilellelimn ililiik,
It ! Ill.e a H'.K-M In liquid roilii Hut
tied by llie ll.iwnllnii Soda WorKi.
Today ilrx. Mnry Hoplil.i Hyde HM1,
the widow of the lalo II. V. Itlce ot
l.lhue, irlelu.ileR her HUIh blrlhd.i)
'I lit ro will be n ineelliiR of tho Ca
nines Circle No. 2 In, A. O. I'., tlilt eeii.
ItiR In San Anlonlo Hull on Vlneynid
I. II. Me.-itoel.er nnd Mr. Hilndlo loll
ycsleiday for Koua to pieiaie for tliu
cxIeiiHlon of the Weil Hawaii lulluay
lulu Houtli Kiniii.
Tim IUi.ni) of Ulterior of the V.
C. A. Ii.ir ai ranged fur n public recp
linn at tho . M.-C. A. for Mbs Mo)cr
Mr. Sillier ami Dr. I Intnl.
.Mr. ami Ml ' I'.iiou of Rrolland, uli'l
have Hlieul two or tliteo I'uuons heio,
hill it t in ii on lleiemlier in and icmalii
n year at tlie Alcana Hotel.
W'allilKI Inn Is now owned by V. 0.
Herein. Accoiuiiiodntluns, tnippllcs
nod nttcndniiio absolutely first class.
1 Incxt b.ilhlUK mi tho bench.
'llie C. S. i:pci Inn-lit tilalhm has Im.
polled th.' Hi Kt ihe-hlmlliiK tunililuo
t'vei bci'ii here. It will be tciletl nt lh
Ihe Held Hear the Palatini .lllo Malum
'Ihe Mnuo.i Iiiipini'iiiciit Club will
UK'.'t nl II. K. ConpcrV n"ild"iice nt
,:."u p. in. toiuoriow for the purpose of
illsuihtdiiR (he 81'iuilni; of n rlu'iulcal
cni;lne fur thai ilUtilel.
Mis. r..i lliiminei', Ihe wife of Kmll
llaniiuer, died yesterday lit her mum
al Kllle linlldliix, fit years of iiiie Tin'
uneral takes plmo at I p. in. loilti)
iioiii II.' Williams' uniUrtnUIni; par
lorn. Mm. Unit, wife of l.leul. Fniiikllii
T. Hurt. I''. S. A n passeuuer on Hi"
I-ojmii, Is a duiiRhlcr of Col. John lien'.
Illh Infantry, sunt riimI Ki'.iuil-uli'd'
of (ho Into Ceueinl and Mr. V. H.
AnioiiR tho tsinpt'iiK"rs on the Veil
Hun fiimi P.iRii P.iko are Mr. ntul Mr&.
C. W. KicdcrleltH nnd two children. .Mr.
ricileikks Is an Amertc.in iiHltiinome.
of note, who linit beiti to tho toloulci!
on Kownuneiit liimlness.
Dr. II. Hlinpsou Newland Is n pas
KciiRer on tho Ventura en mule to llie
Slate. Dr. Newland Ig ono of tho most
anted phjFlclntis of Australia, nnd
iihout the only mm who has been III uu
...ill i I, ,..,,, of ,ll.Ul,....l lllll (lllll Cllllll '
,1,111.1' ,. H.lll ,l l.t.m , .tit.wi. ...i n.i.i.
llirotlKh Ihe I'nlted States
AnioiiR the iaxseiiRCis uu the (tans
pint l.oRnu. wlili h ji.ibsed ihioiiRh )i"
lerd.iy, weie Captulu Armlstead .mil Ii
lit Mt'. iirtoinpaiili'd by Mis. Tint, Mix
Alinlslead'H mother. Mis. Alinlnle.nJ
ecently pasved tliinURli licit) on Her
tiny to Manila, where hIic wuh mauled
to C.iitulu AimlHtead.
Iloherl rem. who was born on Maul,
but llU'd In this city tho t;i eater puit
of his life, died jesteiday lit Kiillhl.
iigisl (ii! yenrs. He leates ii widow nnd
eight ihljdreu, besides six liiolhers mid
lour nihil r. The (uneral will take
jdain thin inoriiluK nt HI o'clock froin
the leslilence, luteniieiil heliiR In tho
The Deiuoi'intH belt! u mcctlliK nt Ku-
k.iiiko l.ifct night, tho follow Ing ladm;
the xneakciH; Chailes MiC.lilhy, V,
W. 'Ihayer, Col. lailken. CharleH llioatl.
M. A. Sllva, I'Mwnid Ingli.im, lluhl,
ChailcH Itofe, .Moch I'alaii, !'. W.
Weed, Jnrrpli I'eru nnd ThonuiH (Sail
ilall. laukea Hpokn on police icfoim,
inlui: that ho wauled In huvo tho pol-
lllclaiiH cleauetl out of the r.lallou
hit i.iii.iii-i .. ji ii i.iiiiii ti, iii. i--, I-
e .,. .(...ill. ,,r 111,. .lnli.ilii.Hn follllll
'I'l ,...'n I...... ....II. . I l.i l.t...ull
iiamilm: In u house mar tho Kalihl
puniilne kliilliin, i tinned nu open cr
illit of death by KtrniiRiilntloii under
cliciiiii'iliiiues iinkiionii In Ihe Jurj. II
was nai erliilnn.l .-.'i.'il Ihe iiiau'ii name
was KIoIikI mill Hint he had been n inc
ident of Iho IbI. mil for (he pant cttti
jeiiiii. Ho was lately employed nil a
hihoiernt the Kaiiudiann lia hchoohl.
The Willi Yliti: ChoiiR Co.'odry rihiiIs
nnd llioe moid nj eneil today op King
Klieit. They mo hIiiiwIiik ono of the
Ilnckt llnet of billies' diesH Riaitln ovel
idiowii In Honolulu. An cxtcnMto nnd
excellent floe); of untloiiH nnd novel
tlcB nro iilsilnyed. Tim rcMr' nun
hiilles' furiilHliliiK Roods exhibited cou
hlxl of ii luiuilsonin mid i oiuplelo iihsoi 1
liicnt of p.ltleins of tho latest ulyle.
Tlielr Khun linn will l,o one of lluur
leading speclnls. They linltn you U
vhilt tlielr btoie.
Why should on drink Mnckle'n
Wlillo llnrtio? lleiniiKill In thu old
est mid has n guarantee of .purity ti'i
every hullle; It Is mi exi client illgn. the
mid free from Hinder deleteilous to
ilictimallc mid gouty tendencies; well
illliiled with plain water t linn the
llavor nnd momn of the llnest winc.
An illsllllerH of old Htiiiidlng mid t tin
trolling three of tho best dlstllleiles In
rWoilnud, viz.; UiruvuIIii. Ijiplnoalg.
Island of Isluy mid CralKellnt hie. (Ileu
llvel, Maikle & Co, me III u poilllon lo
Ho Iho best alilii. llofRchlnei;ei' Co,
Ltd., mu .their iigfiitu,
EVF.fflNO HHLhBTIN. HONOLULU, T. 1!.. THURSDAY.
Do I Need
V No, I oon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd gat glasses
sure, I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
M0NUMENT8, SAFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAVAIIAN IRON FENCE - MONUMENT WORK8.
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDQ., 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 297.
CROHER IP DMW
Dublin. Ireland. Oc. 10. Itlchnrd
C'rokor, formerly the chief of Tain
pinny Ilall, has sued the London Mai;
;i?lne for libel, Mint periodical havliiK
ihaiged him ti.h having pronted In'
WashlnRtou. I). C. Ort. in. Yea
(crdity Piefhlcnt Itoonovelt sliook
linnds with l"u delegates to eonven
lions oi otdtiiui It IcgiapheiH, Span
iHlt Wnr Vo t'liiiis ninl tlriiRRlsts of
the national a-snc latlon,
1.mlc. Itnssla Oct 10. I
Isln M'rc htuu-etl yeslei
llrll.' Im Hpri'uilim; here.
TAFT TOLHVE CUBA
lhnaiin, Culm, (Jti. Id. -Ucn. Puns.
Ion .iiul Kcnclniy Tall leave Satmd.iy
(Continued from Page 1)
oiif cnidens of jileiiMiro win King us mi
In ii Utile mtrartlou, us well ns thu
Miihui'i u opiIkIiij; uuiiies on the Iht ot
cpciker.i. which Is an follows: '. A
Diiutlilll, Ceo. A. Davis, S. C. Dvvlght
A. V (lenr, Chas. Iluktiue, Jr.. Henry
C. Vldn, .1. II. S. Kuleo, K. A. C. Ijmik,
K. W. (Minn, W. T. ItuwIliiH. A. 1). C.i
lio, .lolin A. lliU'.hes, .1. W. loua, John
Knliul, Sam I'unluio, J. II. lloyd.
The Democrats will huvo I wo meet.
Ings tonight, one at tho Kalihl Cnnir
mid tho other on Punchbowl. At tin
former niietlng tho followim; will be
the siienkrrs: C. J. McCaithy, C. II
llioad. C. P. Inul.in, W. P. J.irrett, W
W. Thayer, It. 1l. Ti out. Dan Knmahii
David Kiiluileauhu mid 12. N. I. llie.
At Ihe I'uiii'libiwl mcetluj; the bpeak
(is will he: Kd Ingham, .1. Kllilhnlfl
1'ied W. W I Jesso Plulil, Moses l'u
I in, .M. A. Sllvn, C. II. ltom, V. It. Ilar
tey, .1. J. Korii, II. T. luiiro. Tlio.
(lumlall anil Mauley (I. K. ilupklus.
Tim HepiihllcaiiH will liuvu no meet
ings tomoriow, hut thn HemncrnU will
hate two, ono at the Kuliililtl School
nnd ihe other at thn Alollllll church. At
Ihe litter Iho t. pea Kith will lie: C. J.
, ,, ., ., ,, , ... . ..
'N,( l '""'J'. " IU'W'I. '
W. P. .luriell, W. W. Thajcr, It. II.
Tietil. Hd Ingham, .1. Kllillinle, K, W.
Weed, .lesre I'luhl, Mosck PaUu nud
M. A. Sllvn.
At tho Kullulmil Fichool muellng the
(ollouliig will he thu HpeaKers: V II.
Hose, l". ii. Haitcy. J .1, rein, 11. T.
Mouie, Thtn. (landall, Alaiiley (1. K
llojiklns, Dan Kmunliii, Dntld Knh.ilo
nihil mul i:. I,. I.llm.
On Saturday night thn llepuhlleain
will have u hlg m isn meeting nt Aala
I 'ail;, nt which thn uintuiletil ofToi l.i of
the emnlhhtle.s will be suppleineiilcd by
ipeoclie- by (led. A. Dnvla, U, A. Doll
thltt. i: K. I.lllkalnnl mid W, II. Kaliu
mol.ti Music of mimmil cxeclleiue will
be ptmldcd. ,
For Over 60 Years
has been ur.rd .for over .BIXTV;
tor over i.viy
.tlON.S of Mothers
nr mil.l.iiim tit Mutners
IKO, with perfect success. IT
bOOTIUW tho CtllLD, bOt'THNS
itm iiustn.. atiiittii an .pain,
lJruL'ifUts in ovcry pari oi tno
worlil. lu suro and atk for Mrs.
Window's Biiothlng Syrupnnd tako
no timer luau. tuu a oomic.
OCT. 11, 1900.
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Qreek In Harvard UnUerslty.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AOESJ
MODERN HI3TORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Win. G. Lyon Co.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
PRESIDENT PINKHAM'S LETTER
TO SURGEON GENERAL WYMAN
SOME OF ADVANTAGE HAWAII
HAS FOR TREATMENT OF TU.
Prchhlcnt l'lnkhnm of the Hoard of
Health In bis letter to Surcum General
Wyniaii dealing with tuberculosis.
Ah thn Hawaiian Islands nro pecul
iarly situated it will be Impossible to
follow tbo order of your Inquiries In
legard to tuberculosis.
Hating the Kicat lesponslbllll.ty ot
lepiosy mid being exposed to such dis
eases ns plague, cholera nnd smallpox
by tins travel and commerce constantly
passim; our mld-1'nclllc ports, tuber
culosis has not had tbo extreme atten
tion the health authorities desire, nor
hiiM! thn ncccstury funds been appro
priated by thti Legislature.
Tho Territory of Hawaii has n rcii-
eral law requiring physicians nnd
householders 1c icpoil under a pen
ally ot n maximum line of one hun
dred dollnrs every enso of "disease
dangerous to public health."
Under this law the Hoard of Health
has designated u list of discuses that
must bo it ported mid among them
Thn number of ileatliH from tho six
Inipoitmit toutnglous dUcisos are sum
nun Ized twleu e.iih month by tho olll
clal registrar 'mil uollco Rltcn Ihrougli
tho press. Vital statistics mo legulni
ly toilet led mid registered.
On icquest thn Itoaul ot Health fiim
Ignles nnd disinfects rooms mid houses
where pulmonary tuberculosis hns De
clined. It Is hoped tho next Legislature will
grant menus fur more extended dlslu
lection. The city of Honolulu, Island of Oaliu,
lias hud for six years an Institution do-
Miled lo tubercular diseases mid Incur
iiblis. It Is organized under tho mime.
of le.ihl Homo. In tho cnr l!)02 It was
icloenled on grounds peculiarly adapt
ed lo Its neeila mid Is now equipped
with now mul ndnilinblo buildings and
fnelllllcH, thn latest addition being n
large pavilion for tho open nlr treat
ineiil of pulmonary IuIiciciiIimIs.
Tho Institution Is supported by in
vested funds, government aid mid char
AdultH mul children nro ntlmltteil
fiiim all pm Is of tbo Territory.
11 Is situated i-oine four miles fiom
Iho tenter of the city at an elevation o
iiliout ."00 feet.
Aluiiiiliiliis Using In nu elevation of
Ihiio thousand feet are close nt hand,
mul on them, their slopes mid deep vat
leys rainfall is quite frequent, wlillo nl
Ihe location of tliu Homo lain iiiicly
lulls, Thin piodticc.1 a combination ot
fiesheued nnd dry nlr which Is ery
fa vol able In tho arreftlng and cure of
It Is found Hint many patients, ap
parently iccoteretl, nro- loo eager to
lesiimo their usual relations nnd avn.
cations, ami Hint Iho Indigent nro tin
iiblti when they lenvn to piopcrly nour
IhIi their hodlos, thus ugalnst Iho ml
vice mid consent of the physicians thn
risk ot I elapse Is assumed mid relapse
oltcu oceui h. PnllentH uio never hast
Not only on tho Iglnnd of Oahu, hut
even laoui in.ilUed nu tho western or
Konn shin of the Island of Hawaii per
rons of me, ins surTejIng fiom tubercu
losis until llnd relief. This futoiuhlo
dbtrltt Is some thlity miles long mid
Is on thn slopes of mountains rising to
it height of nearly fourteen thousand
feel These mounlnliiH shelter tho coast
fiom thn pirvnlllng winds which nro
Tho first nine bundled feet elevation
Is bun en lava which i elicits hot, dry
nlr. Ahoto (lint to mi elevallon of
twenty-two huiidied feet la ono ot tho
most exquisite and equable, atmos
pheres to bo found anywhere. The
foliage Is very ntlracthe, nu wnter re
mains on the surface when It rains.
The teniperntuie never Uses nbove 80
defjrees nnd even nt that degreo should
a person stand in the shade he would
experience n refreshing nnd bracing
breeie. This district presents n dry nt
mo3phcre from below, tempered by
freshened nlr from nbove.
Wo havo reason to bellevo ihero nrc
few places presenting the climatic nil
vnntngos of thin district. Tho nvernge
rise of tho land from tho sen Is fiom
eight to ten per rent. Thn mountain Is
skirted by n most excellent macadam
ized road nt mi elevation of 110(1 to 2000
feet. Tho Pacific Otenn lies directly
below and In sight nl every point.
I have tho pleasure of enclosing
copies of our laws nnd regulations, nlto
maps of Honolulu nnd the Island of I In.
wall showing the locntlonn referred to.
pun to mm
Still Danger of Voters
Being Shut Out In
At the Ilepulilltnn lieailqiiarteis a
complete list showing tho number of
voters registered In each precinct ban
been mndo out. It is ns follows:
1st Precinct .".TO
2d Precinct 31.1
3d Precinct .105
Itli Precinct 1!US
Sid Precinct UU
Cth Picclnct COO
7th Precinct 330
kth Precinct 317
Dili Precinct 4tlU
loth Precinct, Wnlman.ilo 37
Prom this must ho deducted 27 can
celled registrations, which In Inns llie
fleuie down to 3.171.
1st Precinct, Koolatipoko 193
2d Precinct, Koolnuloa 22S
3d Precinct, 'Wnlnlua 240
Kb Precinct, Wnlunao 121
r.th Precinct, Kwa Mill 81
nib Precinct, Knu 282
Ttli Precinct 3(H
Sth Precinct 210
Dili Precinct 274
10th Precinct 121
11th Precinct 2fiX
12th Precinct 103
13th Precinct 17S
The most striking thing nbout tho
above figures In tho manner In which
Ihcy demonstrate the failure of the
Administration's plan, which In i car
ranging tho product boundaries, had
lor Its aim tho apportioning of thn
precincts In such n manner that none
of them should contain more thnn 300
or 3ri0 voters. This IiIpii was mi ex
cellent ono, an voting this year with
both County nnd Terrllorinl candi
dates and three separate tickets In the
field. Is going to make tho voting
cvmi slower than It has ever been
before, and the danger of voters lie.
lug shut out us n consequence In the
big precincts Is greater than over.
It will be seen Hint In thu I'oiiith
District tho Sixth Precinct hns no less
than COO voters, while thn Ninth has
HftO and the Fifth 120. In tho Fifth
District, where toting Is generally
slower thnn In tho Fourth, conditions
are luckily much better, there being
only ono precinct which has over 400
totes, namely, the Twelfth, which has
Two Days Late
A poor crow of firemen Is the ren
ton assigned by the olllcers of thn
Ventura for tho latenesn of the steam
er In arriving from the Colonies. No
uinount of in slug. It Is stated, could
make tho crew work hard enough to
keep up a good head of uteam, nud ns
a consequence tho Venluia lost about
ono day between Auckland mid Pago
Pago ami another duy between that
port and Honolulu.
The snm reason was given for the
lateness of the Sonoma when she was
tliruugh on the Inst voyage.
Men employed In tho engine loom
ray that thu tiro crew Is tho most
ttoitlilefts they ever had anything til
do with. Homo of them, say the en
Kinesis, haven't got ild of thn ulialfn
et mid don't know anything nt all
nbout firing. Tho reason given for
shipping such a poor ciow Is that
there nrn no good men to be had In
Ban Francisco, Hlnco the labor trou
bles there many of llitjm have left and
gone to Seattle or oilier ports, wlillo
thn majority of llieui seek employ-
; incut on steamers of the const linen.
lines, wheie the pay Is heller and Iho
work not so haul, Consequently tbo
Oceanic bus to take anything that II
The patiol wagon was called lo the
Oceanic dock soon after iltn nrilval of
Iho Venluia to Hike three slownwayi
to Ihe Immigration Station. Them
were on bouid III nil n.tven slowawnya,
pait of whom boarded tho ship nt Syd
ney and the rest at Aiicklnnd. Threa
of them nro English subjects, nnd ns
such will ho held hero for depot tntloti
to Sydney. Sumo of tho otheis ni
Englishmen but hold Amerlcnn citi
zenship papers and consequently n re
pot subject to depoitatlou. Tliei
wcio al3u two Americans.
Most of tho men arc steamer men
tvho have been employed on some of
'Ihe vessels of the Oceanic line aafl
nnt lo get back to tho States.
The Ventura came In at 8 o'clock
Ibis morning, about 48 hours Into,
Some slight anxiety had been felt on
her account, as it was known that she
left 'Sidney on tho nfternoon of the
24th. There wns some, talk of sending
the .Manning out to look for her, anil
this would probably have, been dona
had she not come In this morning.
The Ventura hns ft small first cabin
passenger list, but a full second cabin
and stcorage list. She takes 30 pas
sengers from Honolulu, ntiiong them
being Captain Metcnlf and Mr. Ward
Sovcnty-thrcc tons ot cargo were
Innded here, nnd the steamer carries
359 tons from the Colonies to the
Coast, In nddltlnn to what she takes ,
from this port Shn tnkes 143 passen
gers to the Coast, Including the ,19
llie Ventura sailed tor San Fran
cisco at 1 o'clock.
NEW VOfiK EDIIOR 111
Col. French, editor of the New York
Independent, one of the best known ol
all the Rcml-rcllgloiia magazines In the
United States, spent a few hours III tha
city today on his way homo from nn
Australian tour. He called on Gov
ernor Carter during the morning ami
spent neatly nn hour talking over the
tarlnus conditions of the Territory and
was a gue.t of Judge Dole of the Fed
eral Court at lunch at (he University
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Ing, listen to the speaker? with some
nppaicnt Indifference and retire, leav
Ing Ihe stumpers with no assurance
nn"o how far their volleys of political
doctrine had penetrated Iho minds of
(he totem. It seems to me thai the
llatjallans will do n rood deal ot
BcratehlhK on election day. The want
of ndtocacy or one party or the oili
er nud their dead silence Impresses
mo ntrongly that the llawaltans will
do the acratchlng act."
Notwithstanding Ihe above remark,
It may be safe to ray that the Republic-ins
will hold tlielr own. No very
nlniiulng chances have developed
which may cause I hem worry. This Is
evidenced particularly by ihe tight for
the Hlieilffshlp, whereon tho Demo
unts nro slaking all their efforts.
One would think that laukea with
bin promises to strip tho police tie
lartinent of machine and alleged cor
ruption, ami thn Installment of eft!-
clout nervlce, would be considered a
a strong champion for cleanness by
Hut such a pledge In not receiving
very r.erlous consideration at their
Again, one would think that the fact
Hint laukea Ik a-llawallaih would bo
tlitmg argument In bis favor. Biit
even this seems lo fall of any apple
liable sbnw for tho Democrats. No
enthusiastic applause or other demon.
titration is over given at' the mention
ot Inukea's name, an Is tho Just re
ward of n champion or a popular Ha
waiian. This want of enthusiasm wan evi
dent at the meeting at Aala Park last
Saturday night, when one of the anil
llrotvu men In the audience quietly
remarked, "Alnke," (dead),
.1. T. linker, candidate for Treasurer
on thn Home Mule ticket, who his
Just returned from a tour In Koolaii.
fa Id that laukea In not received with
Ihe enthusiasm among the Hawaiian!
that was expected, along the Koolau
district. S. W. Logan, Republican
laudlilnte for Supervisor from Koo
lau, nuld the same thing, and Logan
voices) Koolauloa. lie said, "If the
Home Rulers endorse laukea, then he
might pull stronger than Drown; but
If he does not receive the endorse
ment, (hen llrown'H chances will be
As far as Koolaupoko Is concerned,
Iho turn of tho table remains with
Deputy Sheriff Pahla of that district.
Whatever he says "goes" wllh his
tonstltuenls there, and It Is believed
that I here Is mich a strong tie of
friendship between hint and Brown
that ho would not fall to support the
present Incumbent. Humors, ma cir
culating, however, that he Is not work
tug for Drown.
The right for tho Supervlsorshlp of
(ho Koolau districts is creating uo
email commotion there. S. W. Lo
gan, J. K. I'aele, J. M. Kealoha, David
Watson mid It. W. Davis ate all work
ing tooth and nail tor the fifty-dollar
Job. Logan naya that with Ave candi
dates In the field, he would have a
show because four of them will divide
the votes ol Koolaupoko, they being
resident candidates of the district.
Personal leasonn and prejudices have
brought many candidates Into Iho
field. Paele Is running against J. M.
Kealoha, Iho regular Homo Rule nom
inee, and 11. W. Davis is runuing
nguliiBt S. W. Logan. Watson Is said
lo he espousing Kcaloha's cause and
is not running with any hope ot sue
cesn. Tho Rwa Supervlr.ornhlp In not al
together out of line with Koolau. To
day Frank Archer admits that he has
a haul light against John Da Fries,
Iho regular llepuhllcuti nominee, even
though the Democrats huvo endorsed
him. Ho said yesterday that tho
light Is even. Tlie Republicans aro
making every effoit lo win out and It
Is rumored that William Mossman of
tho llnnit) Hiilo party may bo Induced
lo give up his candidacy for the House
of Representatives that ho might run
for Supervisor on the Home Rule tick
et for the district. Mr. Archer says
that Low Is putting Mossman up in
older to defeat him. .
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