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BVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLPLO. T. II . TUESDAY. NOV. 13. 100C.
All visiting members of lb
order nro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. t, I. O. 0. F.
M ti evecr Monday evening at 7:30
In I O O tjPvtan, Kurt street
i: li. lli:.NI IIY Secretary,
c o iiorn:u n ti
All lKltlng bto'bers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQC, No. 2, K. ef P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at ,
7:30 o'rlock In K. of. P. Hall. K!ur
street. Visiting brothers cordially In-1
vltitj to attend
O. J. WHITEHEAD. C.C.
F. WALDllON, K.R.S. I
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. il P,
Meets every Friday evenlrg at
K. 1. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic LoiUe, No. 2, Win. Mc
Kloley Lodgo, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. HOND. C. C.
A. 0. KENWAY, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODQC oil, , P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS. D. P. O. H
will meet In tbelr bull, on Miller
ami Berctanla streets, every Friday
Uy order of the K. R.
1IARRY H. BIMP30N,
II. C. MURRAY, B.B.
Win. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:20 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street Visiting brothers cordially In-rlv-'
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.a.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. K.
Meets on tbo 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
(clock In K. of P. Hall, King stret
Visiting Eaglea are Invited tr at'
BAM McKEAOOK. W.P.
II. T. MOORG. W. Bocy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. G. I.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets evory second and fourth Wed
nesday of each mouth at San AtHonin
Halt. Visiting brothers cordially In
Iteft to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE, Pros.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Election Is Pau
Buslnest men. Whether the results
are satisfactory or not, doesn't weak
en our argument that you ought to
keep your delivery wagon In first
class repair. You will gain store pres
tige by it and that begets more trade.
Furthermore, you should have the
wagon repaired here, as we'll do It
right and at the Right Price, too.
427 QUCEN ST. TBI- MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Bolter work
and RIVETED PIPES (or Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and rsoalr
IKCbUlSU BIIVIkCBb llWIIbS.
W. R. PATTERSON
GLner.il Contractlnj and Jobbing,
Housepalntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. 8hop with Whittle, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA ,
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Oiricel Mclhtyre Btdp., Honolulu, T.I I.
O, BOX SKI, PHONP MAIN 141 I
JUT- HULLRTIN ADO, PAY
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STh Old Bler.4 VJ S
I Whisky ,
CBB&3V.'U 'ill. uJ 5
laJili-CEiw "j o
aVJaUaV -"s 7
H,T MOtU "" I T . fr
.rc'ii-i -- I T-m
ElSStlC Cftrhfill Pfllflf
lU,a;mW VtU UU" ill
,0 be unex"ed for roofing purposes
of eveiy description It makes a roof,
be It metal, canvas, wood, felt or
shingle, impervious to water; makes
splendid appearance on metal roofs,
fills the seams anil small holes mk
iny them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of rust. We guar
antee to patch any leak or hole from
the size of a pin head to two feet
square. This may appear as an exag
geration, but we are willing to dem
onstrate the truth of It by staking the
Equally serviceable for the follow
ing purposes: Iron fences, gutters
and copings, steel bridged, ship's bot
farming Implements, sugar re-
j,,erles, Iron and steel structures.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
has lieen used .for over .sixty:
YI.AKb or juii.l.iun ol Mothers
lK'h. rlth TMip innvu IT
KOOTIir tbo CHILD. 801'TEN3
the (1UMS, ALLAYS alt pain.
CUREiH WIS'D COLIC and litha
by DruffEiits In every part ol the
world, lio mro and tk for Mrs.
Wlmlpw'n BnuthlnzSynipand Ik
no ttinwr J.U1U. ja vcau a joins.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT 8TREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephono us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRE88EO FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1340 FORT OTREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Sjesj-'Tv Rent" cards on sale t
Hit liullitln ofllce.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
Nothing Is so much In the way In a'
house as a musical Instrument which
I no present member of the family
plays. And nothing Is easier to sell
or exchange, through a Bulletin want
ad. than a musical Instrument. .
I PAY YOUR TAXES AT ONCE,
' Autos fur hire at Ter. Stables.
Make up a tnlljbo party for Wallale.
liest cup of loltee in the oHy. isew I
England Hakery ,
Remember tlio transport dance at
I llio Seasldn tonight .
' Lilly's Poultry Toot! and preparn
I lions nt 0 .1 Day s
Alter roller skating E to the Cobweb
' Cafo ami liar for relrvMliments. '
I The Penplos Btoro bnu u largu and '
i line exhibit of Itmtlicr art Roods.
Mystic Lodge, No. i, li. of P., meets
1 tonluht In K. of P. Hall. King street
, MfnK Knlydld Jones, of Wnnhlngloii
I) C Is the Kin st of Mis. I, Teniiu
Neatly fiimlilitd rooms nt the Pop
tulat. $1, U.M aud (2 per week. 1213
Whittle) U .Marsh mhcrtlsu a llm of
I ladles' linen iIiisIith! Just the thing foi
I dusty ro ids
A 8U lid ur sluglo room with board
may b hnil nt Mro. MiDonnld's, Will
klkl Hu Houm anil Hoard.
You iiiti get 30 yards of I'rincli ba
tiste for $1 nl I.. Aboy'a dry and fane)
goods store, on Nuimnii street
Puiininn, straw, Hawaiian, fill and
silk hulH, cli.ined und pressul nl tin'
Expert lint dinner, op Club Htablcs l
Treat jour Iron roof to i coat ol
"Arabic." Tliuru la no better preserv
ative made. California Feed Co,
Paul llartels, of II llackMd k Co.
Ltd., goes to 1 1 Ho today and Hill re
turn with his wlfiuinil ihlldreii in ubot.t
"Pop" HpltzT relebrulnl bin C3rd mi
nlersary jesterdny by gUlng n dliinei
und card party at tho Young hotel to
Hawaiian Trum Co. lakes laru of
Milualikif In the Are ami hiirglnr-proo!
mi 1 1 1 1 . A sufo ile.'iosll box costR only
Cue a month. '
Tomorrow Is tint Inst day for th"
great bnrgaliiM In abeets, pillow caso)
mill other staple lottonn at lllom's
Cotno tomorrow sun.
Ur U E. Cofer leaes soon with Mis.
Cofer for the East, whtro they wilt
spend some threo inontliH In the Inter
est of Mm. Cofer's health
The Portland Oregonlun states that
1.0 Portland buslniss men will taku r
trip to Hawaii In a specially i bartered
steanler next Jnmitir).
Walklkl Inn is now owned by W. C.
HergUi. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
David Crownlngberg Is quoted an
saying that ho Is not after Ham John
son's Job, and thai if that official shoulu
step out bo would step out with him.
Tho Queen btreet skating rink Is
open every evening nnd Wednesday
and Saturday aUernoons. Special mil
rlc Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Hawaiian News Co. hato Just re
ceded a cry huiidsomo assortment or
leather goods. Including purses, pocket
books, bags, belts, etc. Young building
Henry May & Co. hao u fresh as
sortment of Lchnhardrs assorted choc
olate candles nnd bon bons. Order by
'phone und thoy will bo delivered. BOc n
This Is shoo week lit the Wall Ylng
Choug Cn.'s store on King street neat
the Fish Market. You can get a pall '
of BiibHtuntlul shoes there for little
Tho Honolulu Symphony Society will
give u public muslralc nl Its llanlclen
l.iwn quurters next Suturduy night nl
K:ir o'clock under the direction of Mr
Do not miss tho shirtwaist dance at
Progress Hull Saturday evening. Nov
17th, to bo given by the Rapid Transh
boys. Tickets SO tents each; for sala
by all carmen.
A Duly pedro party was glen at
the Ewu Plantation pavilion In houoi
of Filti Melrhers. the chemist, wlic
leaves for Japan In the Hongkong
Col. C P. laiikra, iiiioiupanli'd by
Mrs Iaukeu, left this morning ou the
Klnnil, en route for Wulinen, wheie he
will tuke u rest fioiii the strenuous ex
ertlons of the putt lanipalgu.
Use Elustlc Carbon Paint ou Iron
fences, gutters anil copings, steel i
bridges, ships' bottoms, funning Im i
pUnientH, sugar relluerks, Iron and
steel structures, (If. Sold by Ixwert
& Cooke. Ltd
The Seaside has plenty of surt
boards, surf lanocs, Canadian tauoes
etc, which uie ut the disposal of Its
guests. Heiuiiiiber that tho best bath
Ing and the best smf for board riding Is
OIiim tl) In front of the Suislilu.
'1 Ihmo taking purl III the songs to hi
ix'iideied ut the smoking concert ol
the S)iuphony Society ut Huulelea luwn
on .Saturday evening next uie request
ed to unit fur luheaisal today til C p I
in In room 10, Progress block.
Tbo Hawaiian (lulld will hold u pol
luucht-ou and fair ul Huulelea Luwn.
.Saturday, November I'l, for tbn bcuefll
of tlie lluwulluii Cougregullon of St
Andrew's Cathedral. 'Iheru will also
be u sale of fancy urtliles mid unto
giuph ribbons signed b Quieii Lllluo
kuliml The tickets will be M nuts
(I. II, llobertkou writes from I.lvtr
iiioiu, Cnl . that be ir.uliel the bclsldu
of Ills sick vvlfu too lute, lie having bun
Hilled fioiii 1 1 on t 1 il I II by u uililii froir
Ills luolliu innceiliihg liU wife's
Ik it 1 1 It. Mis, Itoln'i Isuii wus vi'iy will
known In Wullnliii, wheiu sliu whs in
llvii In iiiiiniMilini with lint Illiniums
viiiliiii's of Mr llnlwilsoii
' ifSSi CiSSBs.
Here are two eyeglasses, one fitting
the nose correctly. the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
eyeglass that will (It all noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best culted for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May A. Co.
"'-- "'' 1 S ,LI" r
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS,
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., I76-18J
Washington, Nov IL' Tlio Insular
Rtireuu lilH Invited bids ou K.OOO.OOU
worth of Manila bonds
'Washington, Nov 12 Mi xlenn revo
lutionists, now ou the American side
of tbo bonier, liuvu hi en ordered ile
Mirlcil AFTER TflEM00RS
(llhrallar, Nov. VI -The llrlllsh unit
French Heels will engage In u demon
Mratlou In Mo-nlsh witters.
Cleveland, t) , Nov, 12. Six people
have been killed nnd II vo seilously hurt
111 ii boiler explosion here.
Pittsburg. November 12. The city Is
tcirorlzcd by crime nnd n vigilant u
loiniulttee bus. been appointed.
St. Petersburg, Nov 12. The Con
stitutional putty, in n ronfercutu of
lenders, Iiiih decided not to renominate,
for the coming elections, an members
of Uie last parliament.
LOST NEAR HORN
Punta Aicnas, Nov. 12. The French
ship Dmliesse de Uerry bus foundered
on the rooks ul Terra del Fiiego.
San rrnnilsii), Nov. 12. Secretury
Mi'tialf lias finished his iniulry lulu
the cxilnslon of Japanese iblldrcu fiom
the pailflc Heights sthool und leaves
for Wushlnglou today. Ho will liiuke
New York, Nov, 12. Sixteen hun
dred eugluceis und firemen on the Kile
riillru.nl have voted to go ou a strike
If thilr ikuiundfl me not grunted.
MT BULLETIN ADS. PAY -JK
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do as wise smokers are doing
oik for the
The manifold virtue of the Rough
Rider Cigar will convince the most
skeptical imoker after thorough
trial, that It is matehlese for its fla
vor and is a sweet smoke, Why not
Sola Honolulu Afltnt.
CQIINEH MOTEL, ANO TOUT 8T8,
Time To Order
8everal customers have already or
dered GIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery. It's a matter of forethought
that results In presenting what they
want to give and the recipient getting
what he will appreciate. Delay mean
a hurried visit to seme store at the
last moment and the purchase of some
glmcrack altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether It's a single volume or a set
of books you wish to present, we can
show you the styles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. B00K8 80LD
FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Wm. C. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TREETS
Dlank books of all sorts, ledger
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
sirrn innsi eruKc
The army transport Logan, Captain
fc'tlniKon, arrived last evening ut 8:lfi
several hours Inter than shu was ex
puled to i (nun In, tlie vaage taking
seven i!uk and seven hours. She
brings a few i.isseiigers for Honolulu,
pud has u large list of through passeu
gers for lltinm und Manila. Her voy
UGe down wus pleasant mid uneventful
Thu Sheridan and her lowing vessels,
the Sloniin nnd tho Itufurd were nrl
'Die Logon Is tarrying 1000 plants to
Manna (or the I'lilllpplue governmcnl
und n quantity of rice to (uam for the
cable colony there. She sails tomur.
low- at 3 p. m
Among the passengers for Honolulu
lire First Lieut. Shiimnnn who, accom
panied by his wife, is returning to Join
the bulnlllon at Camp McKlnley; Sec
ond Lieut. M. M. (Inrrett. 10th Infantry
who returns from uu extended leave r
absence; .Mrs. W. T. Monsarrnt, wife o
Ur. Monsurrat, returning from n visit
to Kentucky, and Mrs. LiidlofT, wife nt
K National (liianl officer. Col. McUun
lieglv, First Infantry, en route Tor Ma
ulla, Is tho ranking officer aboard tin
1TNNELI. In Snn Francisco, Novem
ber 2, 1900, Mrs. Aunlo Fennel), dear
ly beloved wlfo of tho late Martin
Fennell, and beloved mother of Wit
llnm P., Jumes S , Mai tin M., John It
und Anulo Fennell, Mrs. E. W. Ful
ler, Mrs. II. Zlegler und the late Ellx
abeth Dlspnlx, u native of Ilcrr
Kings county, Ireland, aged 07 year
Ily lust steamer we received tbn fin.
est und largest ussortnient of dlunet
place cards for the holldajs ever
brotigbl to this city. Call In nnd In-
vpeet them. Wall. Nichols Co, Ltd.
Evening Bulletin 7g pr month.
The Campaign Funds
are probably almost depleted. It's
Just the opposite with us our fall
stock of suitings are most complete.
There are some handsome pattern
among them and the fall color tone
Better come In and look at them. II
you order, we'll guarantee to fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
C2 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box S86.
We're alwavs rcailv to examine
jour teeth FRISK ami quote
our price for placing tlieiu in
gooilionililion, ISven then von .lie
iinihr no obligation to employ us
Hut when jmi see our work .mil
how utiiile-.ilyin operate, ou will
place vour teeth In our lare,
I I 1 1 UdlNOV, ti n s
JI5 Hold St,
Instructor of Science
In High School Has
The most Important matter taken
before the meeting of the Hoard of
Education yesterday was that of the
resignation of Instructor of Science
Sprague of the Honolulu High School.
This wus handed to Superintendent
Iinbbltt yesterday morning and wan
presented to the Hoard yesterday aft
ernoon, but no decisive action was
laken In tho matter at the meeting. It
was decided to accept the resignation
but to keep Mr Spraguo till thu end
of the term unless ho was especially
nnxlous to quit.
Tho resignation was turned In as
the lesult of a small boy's playing
with an alarm clock In one of Mr.
Sprugue's classes and setting oft tlio
alarm According to the teacher this
I ad happened before und he, as a re
Biilt, suspended the boy permanently
I I om his class. Principal Scott lould
not see the wisdom of this, in view
of the fact that the boy claimed that
bo had not committed the offence bo
fore nnd also that he believed thai
while ha could support the teacher In
a suspension of a week from thu class
he could not allow a complete dismis
sal from tlio class, believing that he
should be consulted before such a
ttep wns -taken.
The result was that Mr. Spraguo
Immediately went down to Superin
tendent nnbbltt and handed In Ills
resignation, which was 'acted on, as
stated above. The Uoard agreed that
only a Principal should dismiss n
Tbo first business lakeir un wirn In
connection with a re-arrangement of
salaries or a few of the teachers. Tha
cbaiiRc-s were few and were mainly
for teachers in this city. The tearh
era whoso salaries were changed nro:
MIeh Stewart, Mis Monsarrat, Miss
Kl.icgel, Miss Soper, Mrs. Brldgewa
ter. Miss Cooke, Mrs. Kinney, Mrs.
(liinii, Mrs. J. N. Bell nnd Thos. No
lilwu. The following letter was received
from Miss Fleming of the Hamakuu
poko, Maul, school:
Haniakuapoko, Maul, T. IL,
Mr. W. 11. Uabbltt, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge
the receipt of jour favor of October
30. r.hd to thank you for your kind
und prompt reply to tho question or
'vhlch I wrote you last week.
Since the Uoard wishes to consider
earn case In which children aro al
low id to remain out of school m up.
count of their parents' needs, I shall
nnvu to ask your attention to two
other cases. These I did not mention
Insl week for tho reason that I expect
ed lhat your reply might In a general
way cover them.
One enso Is that of a Porto Rlran
boy about eleven years old. The
boy n father deserted the mother and
the child some time ago. Tho moth
er In old and Is not strong enough to
do the work of a common laborer.
Tho other case Is that of a Porto
Itlcan girl, about twelve vearn old ihn
oldest, girl In a family of six chlldron
wnose moiner lias run away from her
Lome. Two sons over fifteen years of
age aro at work on tho plantation.
They say that the combined earnings
of the father and the sons aro not
sufficient to sunnlv the fnmllv uiih
food and clothing and to biro a wom
an to no tno cooking and caro for
the younger children, one or whom Is
in school, while one Is a mere baby.
The Porto Rlcatis furnish us with
vexing questions of poverty and
slilftlessubss. In school, however, ibu
children (of whom we have twenty-
two enrolled) aro bright and Interest
ing, In spite or their hard lives and
their lack of good home Influences.
Awultlng your decision, I am, very
MARY ELSIE FLEMING.
A short discussion of tha water sit.
nation at the Lahalualuim school
next took place. Superintendent Uab
bltt stated that he hoped to have the
matter setiled In a satisfactory man
ner within a short time.
Letters were lead from Miss Tier
of tho Kllaueu school und from School
Inspector llaldwln or the sumo dis
trict. The Hoaid found no reason to
change lu action of thu last week.
ino following committee wob ap
pointed to examine the t-emtrntiliv
UialltiScrllllB of Mpkhi-h lint, twin mill
Copelaud: Prof. Scott, Ur. Urlgham,
J. r. iirown, Mis. I,, l), Frasor, MIsk
Hhoda Ureen and Mrs. Dowsed, as
cbalimuii to represent the Hoard. Tho
iiiembeishlp of the lominltteo Is sat
Israitory lo both Copelaud und Hald
I u i espouse to a ii-iiuest from Hit
perlnlenilunt Uabbltt for u doctor fur
vnnlimtloii purposes ut llonokohati,
a leiier iroui 1'iesldeiit Plukhuill of
III" I Ion Id of tu wus reielyed, He
Muled Ihul Iheie wus mi Government
phvsirluu (oi Unit illslriit and thai
his ilepuiiiiient hnil no money whlih
iomM Im used fm thu purpose, Tim
llo.inl uf IMiiialliin has mi money
Tho Hoard of Immigration held a
I meeting today in the office of Its new
head, E. I). Tenncy. Mr. Tenney his
been appointed at tho head of the
Uoard In place of Secretary Atkinson,
"There Isn't much to say of what
we did," said Mr. Tenney. "We spent
I the time discussing what we will do
'with the Suvcrlc passengers when
they get here"
J. P. Cooke resigned as Secretary anl
John Cnnlln was elected In his place
i 3. A, Oilman was elected assistant sec
retary and executive officer. He will
Iook ufter the Suverlc passengers.
The proper handling of these peoplo
Is quite a problem. They must bs
tared for and cared for well. At tha
same time, they are free agents and
can go where they please. Soma
time will be occupied In finding their
prcfeicnces as to thu place each
jwlslus to go and transporting theia
to the plantation selected.
It Is a nice problem of management
and It will keep the Immigration
Commissioners busy and worried un
I III everything Is worked out to the
(satisfaction of all concerned.
(Continued from Page ')
the congregation of the Sacred Hearts
when qultu joung. He commenced his
priestly studies In Louvaln and wan
sent by his superiors to this Mission
In 1870 nnd arrived here with Rishop
Malgret when this last one returned
from Rome on the 14th of October' of
the same year. Father Mathlns Is the
only survivor of this band or mission
aries. On the 23rd ot December of the
following year Father Sylvester was
oulalned priest in the Cathedral by
Ulshop Malgret nnd was sent al once
to Kauai, where he labored for man)
After a few years at Ahuimanu ho
wus uppolnted the chaplain or the new
St. Louis college, where he remained
until 1895, wlleu ho accompanied he
late Ulshop Oulstan to Rome, tin hit
return and on account of poor health
he was sent onio more to Kauai, lil
favorite place, but his health brokd
down and and he went to Walluku,
where he entered the hospital under i
the good cure or the Sisters. Since that
time he accompanied again tho newly
elected Ulshop Libert for his conse
cration In San Francisco. , '
Fqr many years Father Sylvester waa
obliged on account of poor health to
give up nil active work and hb' been
lingering itp to the time of bll, death.
He was nearly Co years old whehthe
died this morning. May his soutre'st
lu peace. ,; 'v
(Continued from Pa 1.)
ably not make It It Is argued against
Hughe that he Is a new member, that
he, aa a consequence, has not the' ex
perience or the precedence, and Anally,
that he does not understand the Ha
waiian language. On the other hind it
Is argued In favor of Holsteln that be
Is anold member of the House, who
has experience, and deserves the place
became or the nromlnenl nnrl tin tmV
nt tho last session or the Legislature,
wnen no and Harris practically led the
House. Finally, Holsteln Is fluent iu
the English and Hawaiian language.
Senator John f!. Ijinn w4h in nt
those who expressed his opinion that
Holsteln was the predestined Speaker
Of tho House. "Of rnumA I hav Mnth.
Ing to do with It," said Lane, "but troui
wnai i saw or the House last year I
think that Holsteln Is certainly en
titled to the sneakershln nml almnM
There Is some doubt as to who should
be given the place aa President ot the
Senate. Dowsett. Iltshon Kmwi.on oa
W. O. Smiths having all been men
tioned for It, but Dowsett Is at present
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sen's friends believe that he should be
given tlie honor on account of thu ex
cellent record which he made as Speak.
er ot tlie House during the last session,
but tho general tendency to choose one
or the older members or Uie Senate,
one or the "holdovers," spoils his
Of the "holdovers" Bishop and Dow
sett are both mentioned. Lane, anoth
er holdover, said today that he did not
want the honor. He thought that Do
sett was sure of getting It, If he wanted
It. Ulshop's and Dowsett's chances
would probably be absolutely even,
were it not ror the fact that the former
voted against the County Act, which
gives Dowsett lie preference.
W. O. Smlli Is generally conceded to
be uu excellent mun ror President, but
his legul attainments make him a sine
qua nun for chairman or the Judiciary
Committee, so that he will probably
nol be In the ruie ror the presidency
Win. Suvldgo says ho will take the
Place us clerk lu the Bonale, lr he can
get It, and his experience utul the valu
able servliea he bus rendered In rormer
sessions lu this position, will probabli
secmu him the plant ugulu
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