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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 9, 1912.
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Henry May & Co.,
THAN 2 TO 1
Somo of the happy optimists who
declared Saturday night and Sunday
that tho Tnft League or Frpar faction
was certainly to control the Tcrrlto
Hal convention next Monday were
considerably HUrprlned, going over tho
rcturtiB, to flml that tho Kuhlo forces
were much stronger, than might ap
pear nt first glance, and when wlrc
less news began arriving from Hawaii
their confidence was nt once turned
Wireless returns show that the Ku-
hln forces have more than douula the
number of Hawaii delegates than the
l'rcarltcs can claim. Twenty-three
Kuhlo delegates nro sure, it is report
ed, with eleven for Krear nnd II. S.
ltlckard of I.aupahochoe, a I'ronr man,
The Frear men elected Include Kn
polio, Henry .1. I.ynian; Olaa, Chas,
Weathorbco; I'apalkou, John T. Molr;
Ilnnomu, John M. Itosa; Ilnnohlua,
Hitchcock; I.nupahochoc, A. I,. Mos
es; Kukalau, 12. V I'atteu; Itonokaa,
Williamson nnd M. T. Furtado; Kn
kulhaelc, August Ahrcns; I'ahala,
Wm. G. Ogg.
Tho Kuhlo men elected are as fol
lows: Kalapunn, Knmclamela; Waia
kea. Otto Hose, John Ilohncnbcrg, Sll
n and Namnhnc; lllln, Wm, II. Ileers,
K. II. Austin, J. A. M. Osorlo, Stephen
Desha and A. M. C'ahrinha; Walinea.
J. Lindsay; Kohala, Waipu and Paul;
Kawallino, Hookuauul; Nlulli, H. L.
HolHteln; Kalaoa, John Magulre; Nn
poopoo, Kamnuoha; llookena, Keku
own and Kanua; Walohlnu, Kauhnno
Knllua and Kcauhoii each get one
If you are thinking of Millinery or a
New Dress this week, it will be
worth while paying a
Our Millinery Department is very busy the Hats
now shown are certainly Leaders in
STYLE arid PRICE
The line .of PANAMAS are also specially good value
We guarantee satisfaction if favored with your Millinery order
The stock in this Department is well worth a visit.
In addition to good values there is a charming variety.
We send out every garment a perfect
fit and do not charge for alterations.
BARTON CASE IS
HELD A SUICIDE
That .lumen A. Ilarton, tho ilriiK'
clerk, came to hlx death liy Inking
(.elf-administered polnon last Snturda
nlRht wn the Ncrdlct of tho coroner's
jury last night, closing tho Herniation
After tho coroner's Jury deliberated
tho cautio of death last night In tho
police Htntlon, where ChaR. II. Rose,
chief coroner, conducted tho Investi
gation, It. returned n erdlct as quoted
above. Miss Charlotto Huso, to whom
tho last message from Uartoif was loft,
una present will testified as to what
who knew of tho case.
She stated among other things that
Klio had been out with A, II. Dondcro
on Saturday night, and that after ic
turning from tho dinner party she
found Ilarton dead In his room at VI
dn Villa, She also testified to calling
for help after she found that Ilarton
uas dead. Miss Huso said that hIio
saw him last at about G o'clock on Sat
Secrctnry K. II. Tortcr of tho Hoard
of Health, ono of tho witnesses sum'
moncd, testllled to tho discovery oi a
hottlo with a drop of dhlsky, which
Coroner Itoso bolloved to havo con
tained poison which Uarton took lie
foro he died.
I)r. llodglns nnd .1. It. T. Uarton,
brother of tho deceased, wore tho oth
er witnesses who tostltled bcfoio tho
Probably somo tlmo next Tuesday
tho supply-ship (Under will again eti'
tor Honolulu harbor, bound for Oloiv
gapo, I. I., with provisions for tho Pn
rifle fleet. Tho Olacler, I.lcut. Comdr.
llichard S. Douglas commanding, left
this port for San Francisco on tho
samo day that tho three cruisers of
tho 1'aclflc Ileot steamed for tho Par
Tho Hiijiply ship will tako on board
hero 100,000 pounds of potatoes, which
wero to have been delivered to tho
irulsois direct, but which wero not
ready when tho fleet took Its hurried
departure, Tho Glacier will also tako
on "00 tons nf coal, and will probably
bo In port not moro than two .days,
(Continued from Page 1)
tons and her dimensions nrc Length
230 feet, breadth SG fqet and mean
depth II feet. She Is considered good
for ninny yenrB of active service yel.
She was built at Chester, I'a., In 1887
nnd was given a general overhauling
and reconstruction in 1891, nt which
tlmo ninny thousands of dollars wero
spent on tho gunboat in the rcllttlng
of her machinery. Tho Dcnnlngtnn
with her present equipment has mado
an nvcrngo of 17 knots per hour. Sho
comes from good stock, as one old
salt put it this morning, having been
bult at tho famous N. I I'almer yards
Under tho Matsnn Navigation house
ling the Ilcnnlngton will bo converted
frenn a coal- to nn oil-burner beforn
her voyngo to tho Islands.
Tho Ilcnnlngton will be remember
ed as having figured in an explosion
nt San Diego some years ago, In which
there was terrible loss of life.
Tho Ilennlngton was last hero In
l!i0", Just prior to her fateful visit to
San Diego. Tho vessel was a familiar
llguro to Honolulu shipping at tho
tlmo nnd many wnterfrontcrs noted
decided rcsomblnnco to tlio t'nlted
States revenue cutter Manning In her
general appearance and rig.
Tho Ilcnnlngton, Concord nnd York
town aro practically Identical In dl
menslon, tonnago and speed.
TO OPEN HILO
Ilert llellbrnn, of tho Internal flov
eni (iflicc, loft tills morning on tho
steamer Manila Kea for Illlo, wherp
he will superintend the opening of the
illlo distillery for tho season
This is merely official business, one
nf the Internal revenue men having to
be thero to break the bcals which wero
placed on tho still at the end of the
THE FAVORITE LAXATIVE
One at Mght .Makes (he Next Da)
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llccauso of Its extremely gentle and
offectlvo action, Hexnll Orderlies havo
become tho most popular Iloincdy for
Wo urn ho positlvo Hint Itcxall Or
derlies will do nil (hal Is claimed for
them that wo positively guurantco to
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them upon your mcro request, if you
nro not entirely satisfied.
Itexall Orderlies aro eaten llko enn
dy, nro very pleasant lo tho Insto, do
not grlpo, cause nausea, or any other
annoyance usually experienced when
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Constipation and the myriad of asso
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mercomo the necessity of tho con
staut uso of laxatives to keep tho bow
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Wo honestly helievo thero is no
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or delicate people. They aro prepar
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Mr. Why not try them at our risk on
Hemomber, Itcxall Remedies can bo
obtained In this community only al
our store Tho Hexnll Store. Hen
son, Smith & Co., Ltd., I-'ort nnd Ho
tel streets, Honolulu.
.lOIINSON In Honolulu, llnwull,
April II, lull', lieu. .lohiiMiii. n native
of Norwny. Aged 14 jears.
Tho Associated Oil Cqmpany tanker
Itosccrans, of which referenco was
mado In tho It u 1 1 o 1 1 n concerning
her being successfully refloated, liai
been token to Snn Francisco nnd pine
eil on dock lor n survey nnd icpnirs.
At tho tlmo of departure of tho Mat
son Navigation steamer I.urllno It was
predicted that tho nosccraus would go
Into commission ngnln within n fow
that at the pre
sent time there
are more men
than ever before.
the great im
style, fit and fin
ish is particular
The price is the
only difference be
MIN'S" and the
OUR SPRING AND SUMMER
SHOWING FAR EXCEEDS
OUR BEST EFFORTS
OF ALL PAST
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
A stove of nreater efficiency than the kitchen ran da hecaus
It Hoes not watte tho heat, and yet a stove suitablo for any short
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cooking operation, Is the
Electric Disc Stove
Always ready for service nt the printing of a button,
Absolutely sanitary and safe.
A convenience In the dining-room! a necessity in the nursery
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Wear-ability Qualities, In Tile and Parquetry effects antP?
Rug-like designs for rooms where a bright and artistic effect?"?
is desired. J
Stock consists of Quality Inlaid Makes of Farr 4. Bailey andil
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Also largo stock of
priced from 35 cents a yard up.
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