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HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, JUNK 9, 1900.
IUI.O, June ".The Hllo Railroad
.IjSgan operations on Tuesday Inet nnd
trains nre now running between Hllo
and the Olna mill Bite. The big engine
yvjlll not run until the balance of the
ilea oil 11 be laid as not enough have lis
yei arrived to be placed the standard
dlstanco apart. There are 20,000 ties
on the dock In Ban Francisco waiting
.shlpmont to Hllo and when they can
jio brought here the matter of putting
Pthe necessary additional ties under the
rails already laid to the mill site will
The Hleame'r Australia will leave at
4 o'olook on Wednesday afternoon, In
stead of Tuesday, next week.
All Delegates to the Democratic Ter
ritorial Convention, and all members
of tho Democratic Executive Commit
ted are requested to meet at the office
of K. It. McClanahan, Judd Building,
tit 3:30 o'clock tomorrow, Sunday morn
ing. c. j. McCarthy,
Vice Chnlrman, Executive Committee.
Customers are Informed that every
check, draft or order, drawn on or
after June 14th, 1900, payable at sight
or on demand, must have thereon a
two-cent U. S. Internal Revenue stamp
5 cancelled by the Initials of the drawer
and date of issue before it will be paid,
'received on deposit, or taken for col
The negotiation or payment of any
, check, draft or order, without such can-
celled stump affixed will be a violation
of the U. S. Revenue Law, and will ren
ider the maker liable to the prescribed
Stamps for above purpose will be
supplied to customers at face value by
the undersigned, or can be obtained
at the U. 8. Internal Revenue Office,
cor. Fort and Allen Sts., Honolulu.
Honolulu, June 9th, 1900. .
BISHOP & CO.,
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.,
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK,
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
THE FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF
M'jL A U TMORIT
June 14, 1900, 'being Admission Day,
all Government Offices throughout the
Uslands will close on that day.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June S, 1900.
A large variety for June 14th. We sell
at wholesale and retail at manufactur
CALL AND SEE THEM
ORPHEUM CLOTHING HOUSE,
t THE RED FRONT,
104 Merchant Street.
"OFFICIAL RACE PROGRAM
The public are cautioned
against purchasing counterfeit
programs. There is an official
program publiahed by author
ity of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club Be sure and get the
genuine which has a mandarin
or red color,
Entrance tickets for the races at Ka
plolanl Park may-be secured at M. Mc
Inerny, Manufacturers' Shoe Store,
Hart & Cp., and Criterion Saloon.
Before Making a Will
Wo legally act as Guardian,
Administrator, Trustee or Ex
We are incorporated, and
have a system in practice, for
the purpose of carrying out
the , provisions in Wills or
Trust Deeds. A responsible
corporation," like ours, is never
sick or absent, but always
looking after your best inter
ests, when in our care.
Kill NT RAGES 1 11 1 Illfl ID IK POST OFRG
BEGIN AT KAPIOLANI PAIUC THIS
Events and the Entries as They Now
Stand Names of the Winners Are In
the List Below,
Kamehameha racing will begin at
Knptolanl Park race track at 2 o'clock
this afternoon anu will continue an
day Monday. Following will Jwttho
events with the entries this aJvfnion:
Bicycle Race Prize, Sterling bicycle,
presented by C. J. McCarthy, Ebq.
Vln F. Bllva, 00 yards; Emll Ulbrich,
scratch; L. W. Thompson, 1G0 yards;
R. A. Dexter, scratch; L. W. Merril,
100 yards; G. A. Martin, scratch; J. F,
Maiden Race One-half mile dash; for
all horses never started before. Purse
$100. Aggravation, old gold sleeves,
gray blouse, T. Hollinger; Ahuimanu,
silver, gray and corn "M" cross, W. 11.
Cornwell; Allegro, green and pink sash,
W. II. Cunningham; Maples, scotch
plaid, J. R. Wilson.
Free for All One-half mile daBh,
Purse $150. Sir CaBslmlr, red and white,
Prince David and Parker Stables; Ve
nus, silver gray and cardinal maltese
cross, W. H. Cornwell; Gartellne, silver
gray and cardinal maltese cross, W. H.
Hawaiian Breds Five-eighths mile
dash; free for all. Purse $200. Vioris,
red and white, Prince David and Par
ker Stables; Gartellne, silver gray and
cardinal maltese cross, W. H. Cornwell;
Flameref, black arid gold, P. McDonald.
Trotting and Pacing to Harness Best
2 In 3; 8 minute class. Merchants' purse
$150. Fred Eros, green and black cap
and white suit, E. Jaeger; Albert M,
purple and black, u. a. Dee; anam
rock, green, Alexander Hanson.
Five-eighths Mile Dasn wawanan
bred horses. Purse ,$160. Amarino,
black jacket, old gold sleeves, black and
gold cap, It. Ballentle; Brock, green
and pink sash, W. H. Cunningham;
Antidote, green and pink sash, W. H.
Free for All One mile dasn. .purse
$200. Aggravation, old gold sleeves,'
green blouse, T. Hollinger; Evereth,
icotch plaid. J. K. Wilson; wener,.reu
ind white. Prince David and Parker
Half Mile Foot Race Free for all;
entries to close at the post. Prize gold
Union Feed Company's Cup Half
mile dash; free for all. Purse $150
added: to be won twice. Sir Casslmlr
red and white, Prince David and Par
ker Stables; Venus, silver gray and car
dinal maltese crossi W. H. Cornwell;
VlorlOf red nnd, white, Trince Davldf)tnd
Trotting and Pacing 2:24 class; best
2 in 3. Purse $150. Billy, silver gray
and cardinal maltese cross, W. H. Corn
well; Lucy, silver gray and cardinal
maltese cross, W. H. Cornwell; Direct
ress, purple and black, W. Norton.
Maidens Five-eighths mile dash.
Purse $150. Aggravation, old gold
sleeves, green blouse, T. Hollinger;
Flameref, black and gold, P. McDonald,
Allegro, green and pink sash, W. H.
Cunningham; Maples, Scotch plaid, J.
R. Wilson; Ahuimanu, silver gray car
dinal maltese cross, W. H. Cornwell.
California Feed Company's Cup
Trotting and pacing; Hawaiian bred; 2
in 3. $100 added. Mollle, purple, R. A.
Dexter; Leahi, old gold sleeves and
green blouse, T. Hollinger; Edith R,
purple and black, T. J. King.
Irwin Cup One mile dash; for Ha
waiian bred horses; to be wpn twice by
members of the club. $150 added. Am
arino, black jacket, old gold sleeves,
black and gold cap, Robert Ballentle;
Antidote, green and pink sash, W. H.
Ranier Cup Presented by the Seattle
Brewing and Malt Company; trotting
and pacing; free for all; 2 in 3. $200
added. Irish Lassie, purple and black,
L. L. McCandless; W Wood, green and
white, J. C. Qulnn: Violin, green and
white, Prince David.
Walkapu Cup Three fourths mile
dash; free for'all; Venus' record of 1:16
to be beaten. $150 added. Sir Casslmlr,
red and white. Prince David and Parker
Stables; Gartellne, silver gray and car
dinal maltese cross, W. H. Cornwell.
Gentlemen's Driving Race For mem
bers of Jockey Club, for horses without
a record. No race.
Rosita Challenge Cup One mile dash;
free for all; to beat Angle A's record,
1:45&. Purse $200, and $50 added. Ve
nus, silver gray and cardinal maltese
cross. W. H. Cornwell; Vioris, red and
white. Prince David and Parker Sta
bles; Aggravation, old gold sleeves,
gray blouse, T. Hollinger; Wheeler, red
and white. Prince David and Parker
Stables; General Cronje, green and pink
sash, W. M. Cunningham.
Criterion Cup One and one-half mile
dash; free for all. $250 added. Weller,
red and white, Prince David and Par
ker Stables; Antidote, green and 'pink
sash, W, M. Cunningham.
Consolation Race One mile dash; for
horses competing at this meeting with
out winning. Purse $150. Entries to
close at the post.
The Peerless Preserving Paint will
stop leaks or no pay.
Fine JoU Printing. Star Off).
REPAIRINQ OF ALL KINDS
Bicycle, Typewriter, Gun, Automobile,
Cash Register, and light and delicate
machinery of all kinds, no matter what
their condition, thoroughly overhauled,
and put In first-class shape,
TENNIS RACKETS RESTRUNG.
Telephone us and we will send for and
deliver without extra charge.
PEARSON & POTTER CO,, LTD
312 Fort St
HEl'OltT THAT PRESIDENT
KRUGER IS A PRISONER.
The Trnnsvaal as a Militant Stnto
Crumbles lief ore Lord Roberts Tac
tics and Strategy In Protorla.
Passengers by the Aorangi report
that just before the vessel left Victoria
a preBS dispatch was received announ
cing that Lord Roberts had reported
tho capture of PfPtorla, and that Gen
eral French had entered the city.
LONDON, June 1. Lord Roberts re
ports that the British troops are In pos
session of Johannesburg.
In London it is rumored that Presi
dent Kruger, has been captured near
Pretoria, but the British War Ofllce has
not received any Information on the
Lord Rossyln's. dispatch announcing
the imminent fall of Pretoria has been
General RUndle defeated a Boer Com
mando at Senekal, the British casual
ties being forty-five killed and many
LONDON, May 31, 2 p. in. The Dally
Mall published the following dispatch
from the Earl of Rosslyn, who was a
prisoner at Pretoria, but who, as a
civilian, appears to have been released!
"PRETORL, Wednesday, May 30,
11:40 a. m. Pretoria will be occupied In
about two hours without resistance.
The President has gone to Watcrval
boven. Burgomaster de Souza is au
thorized to receive the British. He,
with an influential committee of citi
zens, including Chief Justice Greeorow
skl, has been appointed to preserve life
and property during the Interregnum.
Everything Is quiet, but crowds are
waiting expectantly In Church Square
for the arrival of the British.
"Fearing a possible disturbance and
bloodshed among the prisoners of war
at Waterval, United States Consul Hay
and Leigh Wood Insisted upon twenty
ofllcers being liberated on parole to go
to the men. Their action cannot be too
highly praised. I was permitted to ac
company the ofllcers. Everything was
LONDON, May 31. The war Is over.
Before this news reaches you the Brit
ish flag will be flying over Pretoria.
Anything that may happen now Is
merely a matter of policing and pacl-
llcatlon. The war Office received no
Information yesterday as to the move
ments of Lord Roberts' troops, nnd at
25 minutes after 1 o'clock this morning
It was stated that the authorities had
no news for publication. The Daily
Mall, therefore, obtained the first Ink
ling of the great news through its cor
respondent. Earl of Rosslyn, who has
been a prisoner at Pretoria. He sent
word under date of yesterday that Pre
toria would be in the hands of the Brit
ish in two hours.
President Kruger has left the Trans
vaal capital as a fugitive, having prob
ably been deposed. He was reported
yesterday to be at Watervalboven, a
station on the Delagoa Bay Railway,
half way between Mlddleburg and
Koomatlpoort. The defenders of the
forts were ordered by the local commit
tee appointed to preserve the peace to
leave their posts. Measures' were taken
to control the rank and file of the Brit
ish prisoners by sending to them some
of their own officers. Citizens assem
bled in Church Square, in the center of
the town, to receive the victors when
All other news importnnt enough in a
way sinks Into insignificance beside the
occupation of the Boer capital. One
cannot help being struck bv the eann-
city of Lord Roberts for directing his
movements In such a way as to cause
a remarkable coincidence in dates. The
day chosen 'for his entry into Johannes
burg was the first anniversary of the
arrival or sir Alfred Milner and Presl
dent Kruger In Bloemfontein for the
important conference concerning the
points at Issue between Great Britain
and the South African republic, espe
cially those connected with the griev
ances of the outlander population of the
city ot goia.
LONDON. May 31. The following
uispaicn rrom iora itoberts has been
received at the war Office here:
"JOHANNESBURG. May 31, 2 p. m,
.ner iuajesiy-s rorces are now in pos
session of Johannesburg and the Brit
ish flag floats over the Government
BOSTON, May 31. Messrs. Fischer,
.vessels una woimarans, the Boer .en
voys, were recived at the City Hall here
today by Mayor Hart and subsequently
uw at me oiate .House.
"Have you noticed," Fischer asked a
reporter, -"that the English forces have
not captured a single niece of artillery
or any considerable munitions of war
irom us since our men have been exe
cutlng their retreat? This material has
not ascended into the air. nnr hns it
gone up in Lord Roberts' balloons, and
ine J-ngiish will find it out to their
sorrow, I am afraid. Our guns, sup
piles, etc., have been taken along with
our troops, and they will yet be used
effectively, if I nm nut t.rn ,i0
taken. The fact that President Kruger
has retreated to Watervalboven nnd
that this Is declared the capital of our
government shows that our people are
still determined to win their independ
ence, uur capital is where our Presi
dent chooses to move it. The fact that
Lord Roberts annexed tho Orange Free
Sr't10 otnor dny- means nothing.
The United States could annex Canada
by proclamation, but something more
effective would have to follow to make
it a fact."
Mr. Fischer a?ded the statement (hut
President Kruger would not surrpndir
while there was a bullock cart and six
teen oxen in tho Transvaal to transport
him from place to place.
AT THE OLD STAND,
General blacksmlthlng and carriage
repairing business In II branches at
the old stand, Fort street, W, W
FOR CAMABINOS' REFRIGERATOR.
Per S. S. Australia Peaches, Orapes,
Oranges, LemonB, Limes, Celery, Cau
liflower, Cabbage, Pears, P(ums, Fresh
Salmon, Flounders, Halibut, Crabs,
Eastern and California Oysters (In tin
nnd shell), all Gnmo In Season, Tur
keys, ChickenB. Now crops of Nuts nnd
Dried Fruits. Onions, Burbnnk rotn
toes, Swiss, Parmnsnn, Rockefort, New
Zealand nnd California Cream Cheese,
Olives. All kinds of Dried Fruits.
GOVERNMENT TO ACT AT ONCE
IN THE MATTER.
Mn. Flint States That Facilities nre In-
adequate and Recommends Addition
-fTen Cases of Plague.
The Hawaiian Government will at
onSi proceed to build the addition to
tlfl$Honolulu post ofllce. Mr, Flint has
addressed a note to the authorities urg
Infjlthc Improvement, and at the same
tlnfe stating that the facilities at the
ofllce were wholly Inadequate. Acting
updn this recommendation the Cnblnet
has Instructed the Minister of Interior
to at once call for tenders on a basis
of the plans prepared by the Superln
tehDent of Public Works.
Alt the meeting all of the lines of the
RnSld Transit Company were approv
ed Sccept the one running through Ka
plofant park. With respect to that
branch tho Cabinet Informs the com
pany that It will first have to confer
with the park commissioners.
It was voted to return all tho prop
erty of the Hale Nnua society to the
former ofllcers of that body.
Minister Young was authorized to
spend the following amounts from the
last appropriation bills: Roads In Puna,
$2,500; harbor Improvements, Hllo,
$1,000; roads Kawaihau, Kauai, $100;
roads Hana, $2,000; Pllhonua road, $1,
400. In a written statement Dr. Shaw re
ported that on his tour of Hawaii he
hadvfound twenty-six cases of glanders
amqhg live stock.
MjniBter Mott-Smlth reported a letter
from Consul Wilder giving the official
total of plague cases In San Francisco
to May 29 as ten. This is three more
than; Dr. Day reported.
Monday and Thursday of next week
weru both declared to be holidays.
Tho Island steamers followed one an
other in this morning in quick succes
sion, the Kinau leading at a little after
midnight. The Claudlne came in at
about five o'clock nnd nn tho Tntar.
Islad line the Kauai, Mlkahala, W. G.
nan an ie Au Hou were in before
daylight. The James Makee and Wal
aleale will be in today. All the steam
ers brought large loads of deck passen
gers, but only about the usual number
oi capin travelers. The deck passen
gers mostly Japanese swarmed up
Fort street by the hundred early this
.Monday is to be n holiday generally
among the steamsliln mi Vint Tn...
Ouy's'-iepartures are to be mado 'a.i u.mii.
al. The Wilder Comnmiv hns n ......
of foUr steamers on the boards to leave
on Tuesday, so that the day will be a
nusy one. The Klnau and Claudlne are
iu leave at noon and five o'clock re
specuveiy on their usual routes, the
Mokolll goes at five for Molokai and
Lahalna, and the Kllauea Hou at five
for Lahalna. Most of the Inter-Island
nets i win aiso ue ready for Kauai ports
&AIM f'UANCISCO Mnv .11 T1,
unueu otates army transnort Moniin
in command of Clantnln U'lninmonn
and bearincr atnonir ntVipp nnaaanrrJ
Major General Elwell S. Otis, formerly
w.Mi.mjiuci .iii ciner in tne .Philippines,
and also governor irenprnl nf thn.o t..
innas, maue ner way into San Francisco
Bay last evening and is now in quar
antine off Angel Island, where she may
iciuuiu iursome uays.
There Is a serious condition of af,
fairs on the Meade. She has three cases
of smallpox aboard, one of those afflict
ed with this disease belnir the
master; another is a stowaway and the
third'-is an Indigent American, who was
uemg reiurneu to ins native land by
CENSUS ON MAUI.
Work Commenced Promptly, and Prog
ress is Being Made.
fAiA, Maui. June 8. On FYldnv
morning last the census takers started
out on tneir rounds and have been hard
at It ever since. Very good progress is
ueiiig maae, tnougn in the country dis
tricts, with much space between houses
It is necessarily more or less slow work
In the plantation camps night work is
oeing uone wim good results.
very little opposition or trouble is
experienced, most everybody being very
accommodating in the matter of infor
mation. Kula District, with Its several
hundred small farms, will be the most
dinicult on Maul to handle. In some
localities the whole month will be, re
quired to do the work.
HIND At Kohala, June 2, 1900, to the
wuo or itooert ;iina, a daughter.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Mrs. Gunn's children's dance will take
place at the Hawaiian Opera House
House, Saturday evening, June 10, at
y;3u o clock.
Children will sell tickets at 50 cents.
Each holder of a ticket must call at
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., and secure an
admission ticket. Reserved seats, 25
Box plan open Wednesday morning,
June 13, at 9 o'clock.
NOTICE "NOTARY PUBLICS."
After June 14th notary seals must
read "Territory of Hawaii," Wo make
them. Give us your order early.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,
ONLY ONE DOLLAR.
Full dress shirt for $1.00, Is the best
valuo ever offered In Honolulu. Do not
fall to see it. L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Black socks, Hermsdorf dye. two
pairs for 25 9ents; the best value ever
onereu. Tlie saio win last ror one ween
only, at L, B, Kerr & Co., Ltd,, Queen
Mclnerny's shoes nre right In It. They
are mnde by tho leading factories of
America, and consequently have no
1! ISLAND S1K
MoINERNY SHOE STORE
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
COL. MAPFAHLANIO OUTLINES
Says She May Assign Her Claim to the
Crown Lands and Suit May be
Brought Before Congress Moots.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 31. The Call
this morning publishes the following:
Queen Llliulokalani, last of the Ha
waiian dynasty, has decided to bring
Billt ngalnst the United Stutes Govern
ment tor me restoration of her crown
lands and her revenues. After wnlting
patlently through the long sessions of
Congress the Queen feels she hns given
tne auministratlon an opportunity to
make Just settlement, and thnt, this
being denied her, she hns but one course
left to fight for her rights.
Colonel G. W. Mncfarlane, eonflden- I
tlnl adviser of Queen Lilluokalanl when
seen at the California Hotel last night
had the following to say about the de
posed monarch's contemplated action:
"1 returned yesterday from the East
on the overland train for a few hours'
conference with the Queen, and advis
ed her to consult Joseph O. Carter, her
private agent, before bringing suit. A
syndicate was formed last winter,
which offered to employ the best at
torneys In the United States to press
her claims, and briefs nnd other pa
pers for her case have been prepared.
"There Is nothing to prevent her as
signing her claim to the crown lands
to whomever she may please, and
the case may be tried in foreign courts;
but, in any event. It is likely that ac
tion will be brought before the next
session of Congress Is called.
"She Is a brave, proud woman, und I
admired her pluck when she refused
last winter to be pensioned.' She told
senator l'oraker that tlie Idea was very
distasteful to her, nnd that she would
consider It beneath her dignity to nc
cept a pension, as she did not come be
fore the country ns a pauper and lid
not feel that she had ever rendered nny
services to this Government that Would
eimiie ner to a pension. It is my opin
ion mat me Queen Is slowly dying of
a broken heart, and if this should be
her unhappy ending I feel that the
tr,e,at.ment of her by tllls Government
will be a blot on the fair name ot the
The Pacific Hardware Company has I
obtained a lease of the entire p,mi
block at the rvirn..r f pv,,. .,.i 1
chant streets, and win shortly pxtunrt ,
nt streets, and win shortly extend ,
business down , to the corner ' ml
taousiiment at the corner of Fort and
King streets will be moved over ft. Pnn
The change will
of Uoth's tailoring liusf
Kruger's jewelry store, Col, Will E.
Fisher's real estate office, an rxiuvbh
company and barber shop to other lo
cations. Tlie general office of the Pacific Hard
ware Company will be moved from the
center of .the Fort street house to one
of the rooms back of Roth's, and the
mum uuuuing win oe given over alto
gether to goods. Those from the store
at King and Bethel streets will be
moved In there. In the Roth House will
be kept a fine line of plumbing goods.
The change will be made as soon as
Roth and the tenants of the building In
question can get other places. That will
not be longer than a month and a halt.
The old store at the corner of King
and Bethel will be occupied by Castle &
Cooke, principally for office purposes,
A department will be set BBlde for plan
tation machinery and appliances of
which the firm are the Honolulu agents.
The Roth House and the main store
of the Pacific Hardware Company on
Fort street will be connected by an
The Kamehameha Alumni Associa
tion has Issued neat Invitations to the
dedication nnd house wnrmlng of Its
new home on Fort street, to take place
between the hours of 7:30 and 10:30
Monday evening. W. O. Smith will de
liver the address for the trustees of
the Bishop estate, and will turn over
GEAR A CANDIDATE.
WASHINGTON, May 24. Senator
Gear saw the President In regard to one
of the Hawaiian judgeships. George
Gear, a relative of the senator, is a
candidate. He lives in Hawaii, and has
been in Washington some time.
HOW TO CURE A SPRAIN.
Last fall I sprained my left hln while
handling some heavy boxes. The doctor
i called on at first said It was a slight
strain, and would soon be well, but it
grew worse,, and the doctor then said
I had rheumatism. It continued to grow
worse and I could hardly get around to
work. I went to a drug store and the
druggist recommended mo to try Cham
berlnln's Pain Balm. I tried it-and one-
half of a 60-cent bottle cured me en
tlrely. I now recommend It to all my
friends, F. A. Babcock, Erie, Pa. It
Is for sale by all dealers and druggists,
Benson, Smith & Co., general agents,
Tho City Carriage Company are pre
pared to furnish stylish, up-to-date
buggies, rigs and surreys at all hours,
delivered nt the door.
JOHN ANDRADE Manager.
Our fifteen cent line of standard and
classical music will save you money,
as It matters not whether the regular
price of a piece Is 75 cents or $1, fifteen
cents takes nny of them from Berg
strom Music Company. Catalogue free.
HAS FEW EQUALS,
For light running, easy adjustments,
and good work the Singer Sewing Ma
chine hns few equals and no superiors,
B. Bergersen, agent. Bethel street,
Tho Arlington Billiard Parlors have
romovd to the building formerly occu
pied by the Home Bakery, on Fort
street. Everything new nnd UP to date.
Cigars, tobacco, sodawater, etc., on sale.
If SHE 10CIS GIB
DELEGATES ARRIVE FROM TIIK
A Caucus Has Been Called for Tomor
row Morning List of Delegntes From
Mnul Big Primary at Walmoa.
The Democratic Territorial conven
tion will meet In the Drill Shed Monday
evening at 8 o'clock to olect dulegatas
to the National Demoaratic convention
at KutisiiH city, JiflyffiV
A cuueus of tlie deldgntos to the con
vention and membiirs ot the Denipn-
tic Executive eomtriUteehas been call-
ed for 9:30 o clock tomorrow mornlricr
at the olllce of E. B. McClanahan. .lijda
Delegates from all the oth-r Islands
arrived by the steamers reni-lilr? l.'eru
yesterday and this morning. The indi
cations nre that every repi"s..niat;va
district will be represented by dale
gates. A rousing primary is reported to have
been held at Walmea, Kauai, last
Tuesday. J. M. Sims and Levi Kauai
were elected delegntes.
WAILUKU, Maul, June 8. Maui
Democrats held a mass meeting In the
AValluku courthouse on Tuesday even
ing Inst to elect delegates to the Terri
torial convention to be held In Hono
lulu. J. F. Coke wns elected chairman, and
W. R. Boote secretary of the meeting,
and Mr. Coke In opening the meeting,
made a few appropriate remarks on the
object of the meeting and the princi
ples of the party. John E. Bush of
Honolulu, addressed the meeting at
length in Hawnilnn, nfter which the
election of delegates was taken up, with
the following result:
J. F. Coke W. It. Boote, R. Zellers,
Dan Quill, E. Hoffman, J. Sylva, An
tonio de Rego, T. Stack, .Manuel Ross,
Charles Dudolt, F. W. Hayselden,
John Richardson, W. Goodness, II. El
dredge, D. P. Eldredge, Cyrus Green
and W. White. These delegates go to
Honolulu tonight to add .their voice to
the convention, and assist In organizing
Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth went
down to Ewa yesterday to prosecute
Juno DavlB charged with assault and
battery of a Chinese. The defendant
was fined, $20 nnd cost.
The merchants and shippers have
P-eented Cant. C. J, Campbell with a
very liandsome testimonial ln reepgnl-
tion of lils services as quarantine offl-
cer during the time of the plague, and
cer ,lurlK tll(' tlme o tle phtgue, nn
wnen Honpluju was an Infected, rprt.
,r s-c- - .
wen' f.mt.i nnmi
NEW GRILL ROOM.
George Lycurgus will open the1 Union
grill room, next to John Nott's' on'Klml
street, this evening. JThe famous host
of Sans Soucl will have personal
charge. A French cook has' 'been
brought down from the- Coast.
The grill room will cater especially
to theater and other evening parties.
MRS. POWELL DEAD.
WAIMEA, Kauai. June 6. Mrs. Pow
ell, wife of E. Powell, died. at her home.
Wnimea, June 7. The funeral took place
today. The deceased was the dauehter
of William Weight of'Ooknla.
POWELL On Friday, June S, 1900, at
Kekaha, Kauai, Mrs. E. Powell, Jr..
WILL SERVE LUNCHES.
The Hawaiian Hotel annex at Wal-
klki will serve lunch to. Its patrons on
Saturday and Monday during the races
at Kaplolanl Park.
A STRONG COMPANY. .
During 1899 The Provident Savings
Life Assurance Society paid its policy
holders more than $1,500,000, or a total
since Its organization f $17,000,000. It
will specially please every member of
this progressive compnny to learn that
It closed last year's business with not"
a single death claim, that was due, left'
unpaid, and all these results were ac
complished with a lower ratio of ex
penses than was recorded during the
'preceding year. I. R. Burns, resident
manager, In building next to postotfiibe.
A neat little booklet of poems by H.
M. Ay res; Just published, and for sale
at the Golden Rule Bazaar, 316 Fort
street. Price, 50 cents.
Our Easter Shipment
L4DIE8. GENTS AM) CHILDS'
Real Novelties In the styu-
season hns Jut nrrlved ex "Pziin
Come In and out again, no our li
goln to force you to buy. You will nnl,'
have to resist your wishes.
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