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l-rom San Francisco:
Million Mnru Apr.
Ngbrnaknn . Apr.
For San Francisco: ,'
Nelndnn . .,., Apr.
llongkoiigMnni 7.. Apr.
. Moiin.i . , . ? '...-,. Apr;
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i- , Aonruiifil . . .. . . Apr,
VOL. X. NU. 396
Unit. A. I,. C. Atkinson stntea tliatj
ho wax very miti'li r.iupilsol to leaim
tills liiorhlng Hint lui had been limited
nn Hip Superintendent of tliti AMI
Saloon League. , , I-
"Thny named iuo wlllioitt my
knowing anything about It," said At-
Mlin.il today. "I mil ao prolillbllou
1st. 1 haven't miy time to gho to tlju
general inmp.ilgii Hint MrrWoollov
Ii:im been carrying on.
"I tiild 1 1: phi of t'pitiiln things -I
Uiiii;liC'oull be ilium mid Hint I wiih
willing to i!n lint when It comos to
being the Superintendent of tlio
Us ipj, tlwt Ii 01cUiIi(b cntlinly
"I lmy l.iKen the vlilldrun Here to
pmvi'iit tlipiii Ti'ini ratlins Into tlio
liunilH of unprliielplcd inon. I mil o
Iiir to plucu llieni whu.n I II nil they
will liao rood l.c.ici. TIi'obo whom
1 u.iid.ot placo limucdlutoly I will try
to h.ivo ndniilted In tlio Snlvutlon
Army Kcscuo Homo until I urn ulilo
t() placo thuin clHuwlmrc."
This whs tho ptatcmunt nnido tlll'i
niornliitr by MUh Alice llu.nd, tlio
imnngcr of tlio Komi Ornluih.iK'i. At
tlio lime It wax m.tilo alllsi lltviid wim
lit tho Mritii'cw iiitlugo onpinlto tlio
Central (lujnn Churcli, puicoimtlod by
tior.urilii,' whom hh'liioiiKht from
Kimii,ln tlio'Aliiunu I.or Hihi n'loru
1iir. Tlipro were twejity-tlueo of
them) and (hey vero us happy, woll
noiirlslied, mid comfortably dresfeod n
1'iowd of e.liildien as mlsht bo round
nt any placo, Indued, thoy would
(onip.ii'o oxceedlngly favorably with
tho tivc'riiKo of tho children hccii In
tho pulillc whools, mill no fur na
lienllh and milrlilun worp toneerncd
tho) pipsontcd nn nppeaninco fur
iibu'vo tho lueriiKu. Tlifllr oxcellont
iippoarauco was much more nstimlali-
A 41 Lf i iriB5 tf ifi iRflViSfitl ififlll Til IRrfffll . TTIiAiM.fi'r 1
fWiiiraOIi T T . Jr. nWlilQ J
', 'flu' mi? OBiiioprais bruiser p-j.;; I
?fii tMiSSfa '? Y$rfl Si fel iS? B National CuimnUtio man Palmer 1 ' O M B"" I I I H M AMm
' 6C4S Y$ C3w$ a W&l krf57 "" R0Wf&8niO Woods has Issued the following letter B flllrtlBttsW Wi fLjTV r9n -L 1 i W
CflV I D 1 B U B I I H I E crnt.e Tcriitoilul Committee UIIdIIIII' V 3S3K
t J-'T?-J",MtalMfiTyypTWWfcWl WIIIIIBMIIIMIIIIMIIIIMI llllllll II irfll M 1WIU
In . i &ia
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! 'I CPiNG OUTFITTING J
Hi to ; I
! Swell NecRwear I
t 'f Vc have in a new lot of Washablo Tubular Silks, in I
I all colors and varieties of patterns. The ' nobbiest, hand- i
i somest tics you could want, hi the very latest shades.
. ' i AUo fancy silks of' all kinds. E
i Handsome Shirts I
5 The very best shirts sold anywhere. Those made by '1
; I I Wilson Bros., and the S t a r and C'l u e 1 1 Shirts 1
t .1 E cannot be equaled. H
' .11 P All tllf T.dtlt R r. r n ir Pillarni If
f j TOE KAffl' CO. ' LTD.,
I ! CORNER OF TORT AND K0TEL STREETS. I
LtiLj. .iL: iil.i-.U4Jt . iiii. JJuiSJJ-Ut Ju -it u. ltla.it
The Bulletin not
'3:80 0',CL0C1 Housekeepers find a complete list of
new to iiiiv 1 onn't ilo'tliai I've cot
in liiillil up u law DusliieHM.
"Why, I think Hint tlilu Fonport
town climilil Iiiino n certain number
of tnlnoiiH. Yon ean't sol nlicnd of
Cm people. Tlio people don't want
prohibition, tlumsli I liellovc In local
option,, I think tlio present liquor
liv Is in Ri'od ono. Whrro I llvo nt
Wnlklkl, In tho vicinity of reputnlilo
hutelH, I piolialily would vnlo In fn
Voi of K.ilcun or hnr llconsu.
"No; I rnn't accept tlio place of
Superintendent .of tlio Anll-Saloou
l.p.iuue, Thoro tmlst bo Koma mls-
A . 3.M -rt $
rfa, H M , tr It
Inc In view of tliu fact Hint thoy
had Just rompletud n very trying
Journey. They left tho OrphunuKO
enily yct.tpi'ihiy morning, trnojpcd
two nilleii to Kalluii, mid camo In tho
Htcningu In tho Manna I.oa, which
had u rough pannage, n numlm'r of
them litdtiB dronrhod hy tho heavy
has. Nouo of them had had any
(Ccntinued on Pace 2)
m n im vraia
' Mon.r;cr llortsclirt nmiuiiiices that
Mie lijil absolutely .iialljlui! to do wlt)i
f'tlic ilanc'o advertised Vl-.llo gliVn on
J the roof garden of tho Young Hotol
tomorrow night, l'rlvutn parties en
gaged tho dancing pavilion for that
night, which engagement, however,
has since been cancelled, TIicih will
bo no dance.
Tor mis week oniy. Ilium Is foiling'
now Spring walJts of tbcor lar.n and
mull for $1,00 each, ami hosiery In
black nnd white In cotton, llslo, nml
xllk, at 12tc-. n pulr
fit rr M i . WW 1
only goes to the home-It goes to the
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1903
WASHINQTON, D. C, Ap'ril 3.
The House Committee on Naval Af
fairs has favorably reported a sub
stitute bill providing for a naval
base nt Fcarl Harbor with dry dock.
The bill carries a scheme tint
calls'for the expenditure of four'ani
a half millions, .$650,000. being ap
propriated to bctfn the work.
The report recommends that the
expenditure for the dock be limited
to two million dollars.
Congressman Bates, in charge of
the bill, expects it to pass on Mon
day. rTho ,Muut .FCywn. n Jap(ttiriiv,l)f;w
papiT, win Hnpiivj'lnc,orioiad, ,1tr.
H, Kaiuiu, lis, maiintlor. lind edtor.,hr
rlvud this m6rn,liig iti' 't li'o- MaWnn'Iiba
to lnnko necess.iry arrangoments.- --7
- -"-W ,
Are Sseking Tp Prevent
t Re-Appointment On
TIjo loiumlssloii of I,, Ii, Plnkliam
as l'ipsldcut of tho Hoard or Health
Kxplieu on the i:U!i of HIa month,
nnd his rnrmlcs, who nr out with
a uln knlfo'nftcr his tcr.lp, nro hop
(Contlnued on Page C)
Sheriff laukon will not clo3o Iwllol
forthwllh. Ho behoves that tho mat
tor Is of sufficient Imporlnnco to war
rant n cUo study of tho conditions
and of public opinion on tlio quostloii
nti woll, and ho will not mnko his du-
(Continued on Page 3)
"(Continued on Page 5)
Fort Street. Phono 40.
J.Hopp & Co.
Lewcrs & Cooke Blilg, u
iUfdm 'aUtt.n. :-ji .
n I i i
National Cvmmlttto man rainier 1
WoiuIh has Issued the following letter
to C'lialiin.iu Ingham oi tho Demo
emtio Ten Itm lal ConimlUeoi-
t'or.rorinlng to a call for a Nntlonal
r'inocriitlc (!rincnfTtn n bo lielil at
ln'T, Colo., July 7, 1003, I hereby
rciuest tho Committer of which joii
r,f r'lalrnun to rrmiiK" for a con-
niliin to bo held In Honolulu not lat-
irin '.'ny XOth, Urns, for the pur-
pru of rjcrtlng six (til delegntca and
I fir. id ilte'iliatcH to n urficnt tho Tor-
Hoiv In said Convpiillon.
' NEW PHOTO
'' " iMI
CJnvornnr Kreur Iiiih a now photo
graph. That Is, ho, has listened to tlio
icquost Hint ilio nowspnporn liu nl
lowed to utu n photo other than that
so well known showing him In liln
Judicial robes Tho trouble ilth tho
Judicial photo wa3 that tho small
btreak of whlto uudor tho chin had very
much 'tho iippctrauco of tugs put on
rogue's gallery photos, nnd tho un
initiated firm looked for the number.
Tho now photograph wns taken In
Washington and Is n splendid likeness.
Incidentally (luvcrnor Kivar Ib rjuot
cd us saying Hint ho does not whdi to
bo a deb-gain to tho Nntlonal Ropuli
We ship Papaias,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
when you need it most. That's the
secret of the success of Insurance as
Ten thousand dollars does not look
very big to the millionaire, but when
he is'' no longer a millionaire, thru
some freak of Fortune, it is enough
to put him on his feet again.
It means much more to a bereaved
family. And yet many arc negleot
ing this safeguard. Are you?
. i j 1
a Lorap3ny, im.
Fort Si. flcnoP.il
greatest humber of;Hono!uIu homes
12 Jw TB f M , flfl IB
u ar ib, y yg fi iM
needsin the Bulletin -EDITION IR
CALLA0, Pera. April 3. The Bra
zilian cruiser Benjamin Constant
sailed today for Honolulu.
3G MEN 00 DOWN
PORTSMOUTH, Eng., April 3.
Thirty-six men were lost in the
wreck of the torpedo boat Tiger.
The list includes Lieut. Middleton,
commander of the Tiger,
WATSON IS NAMED
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Anril 3, The
Populist convention today nominated
Tom Watson for President and S. W.
Williams of Indiana for Vice Presi
dent. Chinese Love Affair
" ! To
Fear of tho pollco or romorse ovor
her actions led Ah Klu, a Chinese,
woman, to commit suicide by taking
poison hist night, Sho had yester
day been questioned by the pollco
(Continued on Page 2)
"I slrill certnlnly not resign. 1 In
tend to stay in offlco until my term ox
plres. I feel much better after my va
cation, and am no longer troubled
with my asthma."
This stntomout wns made, this morn-
(Continued on Pagre 4.)
and, afterwards, a light sup
per or dainty refreshment at
Alexander Young Cafe
We have inoludcd College Hills in
our paroels delivery route. Our wa
pon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
jj i ju-k-KlJAl.
P -V "WTHW
"The Iwllol campaign Is on full with, having personal convictions on
blast." tho social-evil problem Hint might
That Ik what tho Reverend .Mr, differ from his. He iilru said ho was
Thwlng stated this morning In the willing to credit Mr. I'lnkhniu with
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n ofllco, or words to tho Integrity of motive. .
same effect. I'lnkhum suggested to Thwlng
Mr. Thwlng brought to tho offico that ho should hno,madc nrrango
tho potltlnn signed by citizens who mculs with tho Creator ot man, If ho
want tho la"v enforced lit twitel, and wanted In have oery thing pcrfcitrlti
a statement of the situation us ho this world. I'lnkhniu suld hu was
sees It. trying to work tho problem outf'sb
While Mr. Thwlng wns present Mr. as to do tho most good and dlstrlbufu
IMnkbnm dropped n with h ttato- Oio least harm, llo evidently did not
ment regarding the aliened Japanese believe Thwlng was on tho right
correspondence. Mr. Thwlng re- trark.
marked Hint ho credited Chief Taylor
"The Hopper building, known its tho
I'oliukalin school; la the wornt (lru
trap In tho Islands. There will mv
doubte.d'y ho onotlier holocaust unless
1 ch nngi lit nuulo. It Is the most
dai s"rou" situation In tho schools or
Tho nbovo startling statement was
mado by C. J. llutchlus, ono of tho
Commissioners or Public Instruction,
at n meeting ot tho Hoard of Kdtica-
'Ion held at 1130 this morning.
"Thoro arc ovor one hundred chip
droll up i-talrs In this building." Mr.
Cable Japanese Team
At the meeting of tbn baseball men
today nt noon it was docldod to send
tho following cablegram to Kologl
Jlku University, Japan;
"Can team como July?"
John Wlso suggested that each
team ho assessed 15 and tho money
turned ovor to n treasurer, so that
all tho petty details could bo attend
ed to by ono mnn, Tho matter met
with fnvor but will not ho acted on
doflnltoly until tho next meeting.
P. 0, Box 460,
There it an old adage that
he who runs may read. The
busy man or woman of to
day has too much on hand
to run about reading signs
or window notices. They
enrry, their Information Bu
reau in their hands, and it
is usually the
5W EVENING BULLETIN -3K2
PRICE .5 CENTS
(Continutd en Pago 4)
Ilutchins saldi "all of thorn Utile tots,
and tho only way io get up or down Is
by n narrow, ciooked stairway. Mr.
Deerlng, tho assistant flro chief, was
out thcro tho other dny, nnd ho reports
that tho building Is tho worst flro trap
ho over saw. Cooking Is taught down
Etulrs. There is a cooking class thuru
today. K tho building should over .
catch flro tho children would never
bo ablo to got out iillvo. It la Impos
sible for two children to walk abreast
.down thoto stalls."
(Continued on Page 4)
Pat (Jlcnson announced that It tho
Japanese, team came to Honolulu thoy
would go right on uftor their sorlo
hero had been finished nnd mnko a
tour In tho States, Those present nt
tho meeting were "na follows: Kd.
Fernnmlcz, K. K. Steere, I'nt Qlcason,
H. S. Kong, Chuck Hoy, nnd Mr. Abe,
Discussion concerning tho wn
ronton tickets would be sold was gon
crnl, but no action was taken. Tho
cession adjourned until tho chairman
enlls n meeting again.
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Vici Kid Bal
with a wide flare edge,
built on the Diamond Last,
with a neat kid-inlaid lace
An excellent shoe for
Semi-Dress and ordinary
The Stock Number is 419.
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