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W' EVENINQ BULLETIN, ItONOUJLTJ. H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH IB. 1M2. . A- hi HAVE YOU THE 902 LIGHT ROADSTER-WEIGHT price $50.00 The one dlsplnycd In our window with the BLUE MEAD. Guaranteed fop the rond. E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. EHLERS' DLOCK. LOCAL AND H. W Filter. Jeweler, 15s Mote! St. , (J. H llerrey's office 1 Campbell bid.' Paint our loifs with the PEER LESS l'RESEH INO 1'AINT. The transport Egbert sails fm S.m Francisco at 5 o'i loi k thin iittrruoou. Gomes & Mi riRliP, successors to Cn tnara & Co , liquor dealers. 95 King St. Pedolln relieves and cures bunions Und soft iorn )r V It Huale. Ore (.on Mock. Attorney Hem ml Dolt will proliubly aitompan) hi mule Governor Dole, to Can Francisco In the Ahum-da. Charles Molleno, formerly of Mer chant street, has reopened his shaving parlor on King street, opposite Young building. Tttre will be a special meeting ot the Woman's (lulld of St Clement's thapel at the rectory, Tuesday uftei noon, March IS, at 3 o'clock. After trouble In whlih piopeller and boilers played a large part, the tians .,.. t..wnn rn. iti.lt. Ilirn.fiini M.1II1HI C .... m..ii., i..i.. k, vLli.itf1 No. 2 about t, o'clock yesterday morn- Inf. Don't forget Canurluos of the Call forolt Krult Market when you want fruit and vegetables. He always has on hand a fresh supply of both Califor nia and Isbnd fruits. Telephone Main 378. The annual convention of the Antl- Saloon Ltagm will be held Thursday, .March 27. At that time, leports for the nat vtnr will be lead and un elec- tion of officers held w,n n,,iKn.i ,.,..i,t I ..I .,lL-l,iL vN in. Holland was arrested last nigiit , the charge of i.smuU and b.itlery on Ulcer Kawalaea. It lb jllegid that un Offlc the fellow did nut cure to obey the or ders of the polite ollUel nnd, on the Idtlcr InsUtiiig, Holland sliutk him Jilt Utlidegon of New llochelle, N. 1. 1. .nt.... I...... .vltl. fiiit.ini.. ., n.iw i.... ..... - - ;;;Iran0o::rU,or,s:ver:;,.eksl1n,: lead of lemming home In the Ala- ici-tla as she had prevlouslj arranged. 1 The Hawaiian Hotel Annex will uj clod tomorrow to guests. No bath- "-."., Ing will be allowed. This will be douOilu l'',t1' b Jn 'Htee out of lespett for the late E. C. .Mai- Captain I'll ne. one of the military Urlaue, whote fuuernl tukes plate to- r dicers aboard the transport Warren morroy afternoon from the Catholln vns shot threugh the head whllo In Cathedral. Cuba. He nearly lost his life. At a meeting of the Puliation Ilast Uil! AJMclntlon held recently, the fol lowing ollkers wero elected- John So jer, captain; J. O. Carter Jr., manager, uod A. Steere, coach. Steere was for- wl, hH captain of the Drown Fnlver- tit) team. boldlt-rs from the Kgbm kept the police busy on the streets Friday night. While they did not get Into any great trouble, they were In a very quarrel same mood and wanted to light about every lire minutes with any person -who happened along (toverrnor Dole. In pursuance tn in structions from the President, Is mak Ine his arrangements to go to San Francisco In the Alameda Wednesday afternoon. Henry E. Cooper, Secretary of the Territory, will bo the acting governor In the absence of Mr. Dole. The Hawaiian Mission Chlldn n's So- '!! !!'C""..,e,,'" May with congratulatory meetings listlnc for two evenings. The pro gram bah Jl trill cerUI , ,,r . . K . l" n n . J or a It It ha r da next Saturday evening to Uotlde on the nrrangemenU for thB Jubtlee celebration. S. a Spauldlng. one of the wealthiest men of Hutfalo, N. Y.. has sent an ur-1 gent request 10 r.. a. r. , thu firm of Dickey & Newcomb of this Wtr to go at once to Ruffato to design end superintend the erection of a largi city residence and barn. Mr. Ncw- comb states that ho will accept the commission to the extent of taking a dying trip and designing the buildings Louis Reynolds, son of C. F. Hey nolds, superintendent of the leper set tlement on Molokal, left Honolulu Thursday afternoon In the collier. Alexander, bound for Norfolk. Loult, r eo ,u.uk. "-'"- McCarthy, C. F. rhllllngworth. W. F. not J. been decl.W on but , , , Th , , UlnybelntcrestliiB. Ihe.-',,, ,,1UnB8lOD j. A. mshn j. c. aeetlug at the humo of Tht-o- '.. ,...,. i,-n-....i was fortunnte enough to senile thu day reinstating Will Hnnna In tho reg position of freight clerk. It will prob- lth division of the postofflec, but In ably be a year or two before he sccia Krade Just below tho ono formerly his borne ngaln but that docs not wor-h(M liy h)ln, Ho was suspended sov ry him for he Is bent on seeing some- , wck) nR0 fof an H,lc,gl,d nrrat.. thing of the world. (Im (f tw reBUtatolllli nnd nn nppen, It la understood that Griggs, tho , Washington wns mnclo. conductor 0: tne 1,11111a street unpiu Transit car, who is nllegcd to have at' tacked Captain Parker Friday night. will plead guilty In the Police Court Monday afternoon. Ho appeared In tho Police Court yesterday forenoon and bis case went over, Griggs refus- t-d to recognize Captain Parker's badge and would not let blm ride, he then put the senior captain of the police off the car, with the assistance ot tho motor- nan. SEEN IT ? NEW COLUMBIA 20 LBS, GENERAL P.uhr,o's Dandruff Killer Is n won derful scalp tonic and cleaner. Housekeeping furniture for two rooms Is for sale at 1.19 Miller street Nliely furnished rooms, l'opular House, 1219 Tort St., $1.(0 per week up. Ill.iuk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc. manufactured by the bulletin Publish ing Co. The ste.imer Eureka has ai lived af ter safely loading n thousand tons of sugar at Anahola. The weekly edition of the Evening llulletln gives a complete Bummary of the news of the. day. Representative Jullnn Monsnrrat ol Kapapala raneh, Kau, arrived In the Klnnu yesterday artcrnoon. M(Cnrth) has been found guilty of assault and battery. He was sentenced to six months' Imprisonment. The sermon In St. And.-ew's Cathe dral this morning nt 10:30 o'clock v.'ll ' be prenched by Itev. Dr. Jenner. The Inttrmcdljte class of the . M. (' A Is organizing a baseball team and Intends to start practice on oMnday. N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. received their second shipment of spilng goods li) the Alameda. See their ad today. Tho Supreme Court h.is remitted Terrltoiy vs. Ah (luong to Judje I.'t tie. Fourth Circuit, on uuount ut e'lor, Ilourhon Whiskey, 6 years old, J3.50; Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73 cents a gallon at lloffschlacgcr Co.'s, KlnS street. The Y. M. C. A. otolites arc now In tlnlnK regularly for the coming tli Id . u,,. .,. ,w,t nt..,, -.in i, nut SVi.- S35 , , ..... rui.v.,1, ririiwe. U..-I ii.v .., ... .1... In, a L- f, lln,,..t,no tnb.i li miui t ........... , .......... ...... ,...- ,...t ... . the Cntholle Cathedral at .'1 .10 o'clock this afternoon Father J. .1. Fault- of D11I1I111 . 1.1 . . .... I, S' clthedii, uZ ,vu,ln ' '30 Ollook- Sailors who libelled the ship A. .1. Kulu'r tor 20 ".a account of In- The Y. W. C. A. may stait a publl- tatlnn of Its own. For the piesenl, th" young ladles will publish their news In u regular column of the "Friend." - "-'7. ".V "b. Smith contempt case which may yet HM A C!ait.4AtA lll l-t fltlll tllA f tAI t It 'be settled by the Department of Jus- lice. W, G. Irwin, who controls a large portion of I-anal, hns made 11 proposl- linn In flnv Tr llnhlnunn utilt-li mnv re- u n ,,, , of ,nc ,8land ly I the latter. The deal Involves a mat- ter of $100,000. The report of P. D. Kellet Jr.. ns master of the accounts of .1 F. Hark- feld, guardian of the EhleiH minors, was approved by Judge liuniphuys, who ordered a new bond In (15,000 and a fi e of (25 to the master ..irtM. .nU dlnnJrmny be bad of Tickets for th the St. Patrick's Day any of the following gintlcmm C. J. lnn, Clurles McGonaglc, ;. : 2 Captain D. II. Ward, formerly of tb I htirk Diamond Head, goes to Manila ' nu raflnnnap rt thu fn1lfrrnlaf nnlln Comm,,rclnl company. Ltd. The com- pany takes scverul agencies there for American concerns nnd hopes to Inter- , .,., , ,u ,,.inmn, , .h.lFOR 8ALE Exclusive rlKhta of a vnl jihuipiilntK. . ' The association football game next Saturday afternoon for the benefit of the McKlnley Memorial Fund Bhould ho I kept steadily In mind for It will be the event of the kind of the season. The boys are doing some hard practicing and mean to make tba gnme a most In teresting one to watch. Orders came by the Alumedn Frl- An officer of tho 16th Infantry aboard the Wnrren stated on Friday Hist theio was nothing radically wrong with the transport. Ho said that sh.i could Jmt 08 well as not have gone on after tho accident which made It advisable for 'them to return to port, but tha; It wan ilrcmed best for the pence of mind of all persons aboard and the ladles In particular to return to port and hao the repairs made. "NED" MACFARLANE'S FUNERAL SERY1CE (Continued from pasto 1.) house nt 2.30 o'clock this afternoon. The sen Ices nt the church will com mencp at 3-30 o'clock. The Iltshop of 1'anopolls has sent word to tho be reaved family that he will personally conduct the services. The pallbearers will ho: Joseph O. Cnrttr, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Prlnco David Kawannnakoa, F. M. Hnlch, William Llshman A. Sousa do Cana arro F Wundenberg and 12. I). Ten tiey. A platoon of police headed by High Sheriff llrown will accompany tho hearse In the procession. It Is seldom thnt tho death of any man In this community causes such widespread grief as hns the death of "Ned" Maefarlane. ns Ms friends call ed him. As was so beautifully ex pressed on one of the llornl pieces re ceived at the residence yesterday, he was "A True Friend." Disposition of Body. The nged mother and tho bereaved widow, together with the rest of the family, have been deeply touthed by the many sincere expressions of sym pathy which hivo been received from San Kranclsco and Honolulu friends. Numerous friends on the Mainland sent Instructions to Honolulu for floral offerings. The young widow will remain with Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Mnifnrlanc ami perhaps make her home hole for soiuo time to come. The oldest biolber of the deceased, llikttnf l fi nfit ln tin ti n u t un titivlmiiJ thnt the caskt-t should be with him at his home. Ho feared that tho effeit m III. mnllii.r u.inl.l l, I,.n ..vi.ii.. should the ri mains he taken to hef nome. ine casket was puieeu 111 tne cottage formerly occupied by the de ceased, however, where the mother fiom her residence could bo near. Now that the worst of the ordeal Is over the sons feel that this was the best arrangement that could have been made. Many Friends Call, Yesterday n largo number of tho Honolulu friends of the deceased call ed at the homo to tako n last look upon the faeu of the roan they all re spected and admired. Numbers re marked on tho peaceful expression, saying that It seemed that tho deceas ed was only In a deep sleep. The cas ket was ho arranged that tho sliding back of n panel revealed the face) ol the dead. When the Alamedn arrived here with the remains from San Francisco the flags of the steamship were at holf mast. It Is sold thnt this was dl- rcctcd by J. I). Spreckels. who was a ... . particular friend of tho deceased. Edward Creamor Mactarlane was . )(J ()( ,,,, g , I iflng 52 enrsThuri.day . , ... i.i ,,, iiiit nine til inn 11, -mil Inter 1 meiit will take plate In Xiiuanu Con eteiy. At the a, ,eng , the tenuis jnssoc lotion of the tlty held Friday the following officers wero re-tletted to servo during the ensuing year fi. A. It. ltos. itreslilent; D. II. Hitchcock vice president; nnd (1. P. Wilder, sec-letiiry-treasurer. It was del tiled to hold the regular annual tournament in the month of Mny, the 7th being the da decided tin. Theie will bo five events men's singles. Indies' singles. men's doubles. Indies' doubles and mixed doubles, E. It. Adams of the Pacific Tennis Club was appointed chairman of the tournament commit tie with power to choose two mem bers of the association to ait with him. Notice will be given In the pa pers of the opening of the entries. WANTS WANTED. VvANTED To buy lamlly horse; price must be riasonahle. Address F. II. , this office. 2090-lw FOR SALE. FOR 8ALE Furniture for two house- keeping rooms cheap. 139 Miller street. 8s-lw FOR SALE A small road cart and harness; (oat $!0V. Cheap. Address M, L, thlH office. Ss-lw FOR SALE Pacheco's Dandruff Kill er, a reliable and sure cure for dan druff and Itching scalps. At Union Rarhcr Shop. Fs-tf I liable invention, for Australln.Now Zea- I land, Tasmania and Philippines; also States and counties on tho Mainland, . Any penon with a capital of J2000 can decure a business that will return their 1 Investment and n good proilt the first year and a perpetual Income, for th term of the patent thereafter. Apply nt McKechnlo Paint Store, Hcthel stieet, Honolulu, between 0 and 10 a. in. nnd I to 5 o'clock p. m. 2090-tf NEW . TO-DAY NOTICE TO MASTERS AND PILOTS Business of Importance. There will bo a regular meeting of Honolulu Haibor No. 54 A, A. of M. & P. at Harmony Hall this Sunday evening, March 16. 1902, at 7 o'clock p. m. All sojourning brethren are cor dially Invited to attend by order. Worthy Captain, GEORGE H. PILTZ, C. C. 8s If SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE TIDES. I ' si W ! Ci H" I. Id $ 2 ? DsY. Monitr 'tci I ) t ' ) iv " i m Tuctiljr , S S t ! 4 4u o jo II 16 I ! W4nl4r t Thjtljljr 1) "J !,10 6 jj l 6 l g to 1.6 ) to if t ) A. tn. r nt 6 cr it til Ftl4 b 4? It 4t I to t 4t 4 ll 5 4 Saturday Iij Sunday p6 ? V 1 9 14 t Monday 11 .4 1.? to 4! 4 to I First quarter of the moon on tne IKth ut 11 43 a. m. Tides from the United States Coast and Ueodctlc Survey Tables. Tho tides nt Kaliulul ana lino occur about an hour earlier than at Ho nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m slower than Green wclh time, being tnat of the meridian of 157.30. Tho time whistle ..ows nt 1:30 p. m whlcn Is tho samo as Greenwich, Ua Om. Masters of vessels sailing from this port for San Kranclsco will find thcro n branch of tho U. S. Hydrogrnphlc Omco located In tho Merchants' Ex change, whro Is maintained for their bcnetlt free of charge, complete sets of charts and directions of the world. Latest Information can be obtained rt mrillnir lltrhtit riinr-nrn in navigation an aall matters of Interest to ocean commerce. " ARRIVED. Saturday, Mai eh 15 C.-A. S S. Mlowern, Hemming, from Vancouver and Victoria. Str. Klnnu, Freeman, from llllo and way' Iorts with 81 hogs, tit sacks of rora- 9 c,llt,' 'getablcs nnd 112 puck "B uil"". '"' ueilh.-n I G. N. S. S. Eiueka I Anilhriln Wecilon. from M1UI1VIU gi,. Keiiiihou Mosher, firm Hann- inaulu, Str. James Mnkcc, Tulett. from Kl- latiea. .1 Str. Helene, from Hawaii r.n 1 :ii.ul ports. DEPARTED. Saturday, Match 15 1'. H. A. T. Wnrren, Ilirnerou. for Manila; t a. m. Htr. Hanalel, for Honuapo mil i'una I1111. Str. Kauai, for Makawell. .VnlntiM and Kekahn. C.-A. S. S. Mlowcra, Hou.mln, Suva and llrlsbane. for liURCKA FROM ANAHOLA. With one thousand tons of sugar aboard the Globe Navigation com pany's steamer Eurckn. Captain Weed on, i turned to port nt an early hour yesttrday morning from A1111I10I.1 wheie she went to take on part of her sugar targo for the Coast The Eureka experienced the finest of weather nt Anahola, ljlug nt nuchur while the surf boats brought her su gar. She sails for San Francisco ou The band will bo veiy busy during the pretent week. This nfternoon the hoys will play nt the .Maefarlane fu neral. There will bo a concert nt th Moana Hotel Monday night In connec tion wit lithe St. Palilek's Day tele lirntlon, and on Tuesday thu band will play the Elks off to Hllo and serenade the Inmates of the Queen's Hospital In the nfternoon. On Wednesday even ing there will be n moonlight concert on Pacific Heights. The hand will also play tho Alameda off on tho same day. On Thursday evening there will he a moonlight concert on tne grounds of the Hawaiian Hotel. SI. BEATS Hi SCHOOL The St. I-ouIs College third baseball nine tovered Itself with glory yester day morning by beating the second nine from the High School In n game 1 of baseball played on thu Mnklkl grounds In the morning. Although tho High School boys had the ndvnntngo "' being older and, as a consequence bad a longer si t of legs at their dis posal, the nimble kids from St. Louis Fcurrled over the ground with the ra pidity of cottontails and put their eld ur upponents to shame. The line-up of the teams was as follow h: High School. St. IxjuIs College. Catcher. A. Kwul Win. Achl Pitcher. C. Smith John Amoy Flrbt Ilase. E. Johson John Meyers Second llaho. En Dot Hong Chock Third llnte. C. Mark Cannrln Short Stop. K. Thompson Chun I.eong Left Field. O. Smith . . . .' G. Clark Center Held. F. Davis Jack Winter Right Field. It. Hanks Ilcaley The siciro by Innings was as follows: 1234567S9 St. 1-ouls 2 1001330 111 High School ...12302020 010 Mrs. Guntber and Miss llaclgalupo of Chicago were among tho returning Volcano patseugers in tho Klnau to day. They enjoyed tne trip Immensely. AMERICAN GOODS l-OR THE L00M8 OF NEW ENuLAND have como to bo today tho wonder of the world, nnkoe skill and Ingenuity Is able to dupli cate the finest productions of Kagland and Prance, and nt from one third to onehnlf the cost. lion enn they do It? How can they produce a fine, even, sightly fabric embellished with the dalntleat of color printings for so no'mlnal n sum? (live It up. The goods are hero to amaze both you and us. Adequate desirlptlon Is utterly Impossible, but the following hints DAINTY SWISSES DAINTY SWISSF8 Perfect reproductions of the European origi nals, you could not tell tho dlffernce nor could wc. The weave and the color effects are worthy of goods costing several ttmes tho price. DIMITIES There are tnany, many news patterns In this ever popular fabric. The stjies are Trench but the product Is entirely American. !5c BATISTES ISc Than these no cloth or color stands the laundry better. The French product sells at 30c a yard. These patterns made at the mills of Low ell, Mass., wc guarantee to be is solid In colors, ns lasting and as pretty, at exactly half "tho price of the foreign materials. PERCALES No need to my that where a strong, closely woven wash fabric is wanted nothing Is quite as good as percale. You have j our choice of some, fifty patterns. And then there are white goods and printed goods and goods djed In tho yarn; In fact, no such assemblage of wash goods beauty has ever been gathered hero before. Come and see It. WHITNEY & SOLDIERS LOSE 10 CIM0MS CREW (Continued from page 1.) wordy argument. Tucker risked a run to first on a poor hit and was put out. Gorman went to bat, siuck 10 center nnd landed linfo on first Scan Ion picked up the club. Gorman Btole second, while Rcnnlon nnd tho pitch er were having run, Then Scanlon earned first while Gorman went hums Elston went to bat nnd earned sec ond. Si anion took third nnd Rowers made his how nt the haL Rower wint out on strikes, Elston went to third and Scanlon went home, Clarke took the bat nnd earned first on a shoit hit nnd Gny took tho sockr. Clarke stolo second mid Gny was put out on strikes. Soldiers Rushed Out. The mill from the Egbert gave the Held to the Smugglers nnd made anjtii er atttmpt at batting. Clnrk m caught out by the Siuuggli r on third and Fnulkod went to the bat. lie hit n ll. The customs men like fly and this one never touched the ground. Davis wint to bat mid came to grief trying tn change his lesldonc- to first. Three men nut 111 short onl-rl I The Smugglers could not withhold I tin Ir ehei rs I When the customs 1111 11 went to hat for the third time. Gorman led off by being caught out by the Infantryman on second. Now ell went to bat and was put out at first. Tucker followed nt the pile-driver mid won first on a ilaintj knocker. Gorman annexed the cudgel Tucker tiled to stent second, slid nnd failed to connect. Three men out' It wns the soldiers' turn tn yell Three Quick Outs. The Koldiers now fined the halt Time men went out almost ns fast A tliey touiu gn to the bnt. Hulllvau was touched at first, having failed to conmei wnu ine nng; ine samo iuin happened to llnnlon and Oabel. For the fourth time the Smugglers Mood up to Statts' fast pitching. Cur- man came first nnd managed to malcH , ir(5i,. first. Scanlon followed at the blfffi' and went nut on strikes. Elston vent to hat, earned first on n swat to right field nnd Nowell pinched the swatter Gorman woiked third safely and Nov ell went out on strikes. Clarke trotted to tho suinsher nnd went nut oh strikes, Smugglers' Good Work. 1 The toldlc rs weie tumble to score against the Smugglers. The latter had their e-yis open nil the time nnd their hands weie not In their pockets. Th" soldiers batted through a short Inning without worlng. Gay held the bat for the customs men whin they next commenced send ing hot bulls through the ether. He was put out ut first in quick order, bow-ever. Mooiu next Bwattvd and won first. Now ell came to bnt and sent Tdoore home while ho went to second. Tucker took up the hall-buster. Nowell wnH punished for trying to steal third, Ho wns put out by a throw to third by the catcher, Davis, a negro. Davis is cine of the best throwers who ever graced Honolulu with his temporary presence. Tucker made first all right and Gorman "vent to thu bat. He was caught out, A benutilul double play by the soldiers put Tucker out also. The soldiers again went to thu bat hut failed to scene. Neither the Smugglers nor the sol diers scoied In the next Inning. Three Last Innings. The play In the last three Innings wns somewhat faster than at first. The soldiers fulled to score nnd tho Smug glers added again and again to their already en ditable score. The features of the game wero tho catching of Davis and the pitching of Stnnts of the soldiers; nnd the batting of the Smugglers. Their catching was excellent. The soldiers were good on fielding. Davis' throws to third, when several GOOD AMERICANS MARSH, LTD. men were put out, was the cause of much complimentary remark. All tne customs boys played well. The sol diers did their best but showed the need of practice. The Smugglers are now not only the champions of the Hawaiian Islands but are also the champions of the Philippines. Ine gnme ended with a score of 15 to 0 In favor of the Smugglers. The teams were as follows: CCTSTOMS. SOLDIERS. Pitcher. Clarke Statts Catcher. Gorman Davit First Rase. Scanlon (Capt.) .... (Capt: Ullrich Second Base. Nowell Seeds Short Stop. Moore Gabcl Third Ilase. EUtoa Sullivan Left Field. Gay Hanlou Center Field. 11 R)Wi)r. Green Right Field. Tuiker Faulkod ST. PATRICK DAY'S I The St Patrick's Day banquet piom lrt to be more of u success than thu committee had hoped for. Inquiries from Maul Hawaii and Kuual have ben received by the committee ask ing for particulars. The regular Monday evening eon- cert of the Government Rand Is to be given nt the Moana Hotel In honor of the crouton. Chairman C. J. Mo Carthy received 200 shamrocks by tho Alameda on Friday. Visiting Irishmen an. request,.,! to communicate with Bnj. meniher of the committee, pub. iallt.,i eihere n this Issue. The banquet music will be rurnlshed by the b,t rc-li4.stra In the city. There will UH g.neraI EOoJ gonc8 1 80me of 1,1, ' . in answer to a request the committee desires to state full tlresa is not obligatory. that A prominent and well-known mem ber of the evecutlve committee has been sent a green vest and shirt for the occasion It Is doubtful If the ho tel management will allow- the vest ami shirt tn be worn 011 that evening, as dauger might result to tho wenter The complete list of toasts Is as fol lows. The President of the United State, The Day Wo Celebrate, The Land We Live In, Our Native Land, The Poets and Orators of Iteland. Ire laud a Nation, Our Irish lassies, The Prow. POINinD OBSERVATIONS. Editor Sunday llulletln: Thu fool wonders why the new wharf was al lowed to run across the Nuuanit stream. The harbor Is small at best, and wharf loom Is always In demand tn the busy season. Why was not the stream Itself made a slip as far as King street bridge, and n wharf put on each side of It? Why where such buildings as tho Hrewery and the Lew era & Cooke building allowed built so close to the curb on Queen street 7 Queen street must In the tuture he the principal warehouse street of tho city and heavy trucks must have room. The street must be widened, and while It Is not difficult to move back ft nine buildings, with brick buildings It Is quite a different matter. Of course we hear that It is all to come off the other side ot the street. Wouldn't It be cheaper to take a few feet off of the lota on each side of the street than to take about half of the lots one one sldo? The fraction that Is left would not be of any great value. Why nie property holders allowed to file additions to the city In which tho streets are laid out only twenty feet wide? (Remember, this la a fact.) These additions aro out-of- town lots when platted, but tho elec tric cars soon mako tlicra desirable residence property. Imagine King street twenty feet from storo to store then tako off four feet on each side . for sidewalks, put In telephone poles, and what have you got left? It would look as though tho city authorities ought to know that any addition to tho city, however remote, will eventually be built up, nnd that n street less than forty feet from curb to curb is too nar row for traffic, and that any addition with streets narrower than forty feet should not be filed. ,lf there Is no law lint keeps property holders from filing such additions, It Is time one was made. Why do people generally suppose that tho Salvation Army, Ponlel Mis sion and Oospel tents aro for tho ben efit of the slums? Wo read about their work In slums ot the big cities, among the low grog-shops, fallen wom en and the like, and our hearts expand and we wish wo could only find them to donate some of our hard-earned quarters. Wherever wo have wander ed wc have found them, In tho lowest, dirtiest part of tho city. Hero tn Ho nolulu wc find them wITcro? In Ka kaako, Kcwalo, along the waterfront? No; I guess not. I Wonder If tho par ties that run tne Kash Btore or tho Hoffman saloon would be compliment ed by telling them they wero In tho slums of Honolulu? Some tlmo ago one of the papers had an Item to the effect that Mr. Ktncald had heard somo ono remark that his church was a clam chowder affair, so he stated he was going to diV missionary worn in a tent, wo gen erally think of savages when mission aries aro mentioned, nnd all kinds of hardships and dangers, but for us wo cannot sec that tho tent with Its new chairs Is much' moro uncomfortable than the Central Union, or that there Is any change In tho congregation. If the Oospel tent, the Salvation Army or the Penlel Mission wUh to do the work they wero organized lor, It would look as though they would go among the low dives to ho found In Kakaako and Kowalo. Why do those who aro Interested In plantations howl about no labor for tho plantation? They send men to Washington nnd say thcr can't run their plantations without Asiatics. Tbey say that all that havo been brought here aro still on tho plantn tlons, but they havo not got enough yet. I wonder If tho laboring class In Honolulu think, after hunting around town or on the waterfront for n Job, there are any Japs or Chineso left on the plantations. Is there a single building In the course of erection to day In Honolulu that Japanese and Chinese arc not doing most of tho la bor upon? Who Is putting In the foundation for the building on the cor ner of Merchant nnd Alakea street? Who built the stono building on King street In the burned district, and who i.ie putting up tho brick bulldlngii there now? Of course this makes nil difference to whlto Btono masons or bricklayers. On the Young building, white rough carpenters got $2.50 a day, on the fire proofing, while skilled Japs got 2 to do tho more difficult work? It Is natural for contractors to employ the cheapest labor they can get, but, If those who nro Interested In planta tions wish to keep the Asiatics on the plantations, why do they not put tho saving clause In tho contract, that no Japs or Chinese are to bo employed? So long as Uicy only competed with the laborer and mechanic very little was said, but now that they are get ting Into contractors and other busi nesses we hear a howl. Tho Japs could not leave the plantations If they were not employed In town. They would be foolish Indeed to work for $22 a month on plantations when tbey can get from $1 to $2.50 In town. If those men. who are worrying them stives to death about getting more la bor for tho plantations, would put In more of their worry on keeping what they havo from running the white me chanics off tho Islands, they would not find themselves short of laborers. Ol course, If they want the Japs to do all the work, run all the business nnd the Island In general, that's their funeral. This is a nice place to lira and all that, but there are other nlco places to live, nnd nono of us own any of the empty houses we ato scattered about town. O. JRVATIONS OF THB TO9L Honolulu. March 16, '02. The barkentlne Archer, Captain Cal houn, arrived In port yesterday morn ing twenty-three days from Ban Fran cisco. The Archer had a naaty trip throughout, experiencing everything from calmB to hurricanes. Throe ves sels were sighted during the voyage, a bark heading In this direction, a ship making to crossthc equator and a ship bound north. Captain Calhoun thinks the ship running for the line was tho J. R. Thomas, Captain KnlghL Ho sighted her In latitude 27.32 north, lon gitude 131.31 west, on the 5th Instant. "I charge that thoro Is collusion among tho witnesses," cried the at torney for tho defendant, springing to his feet. "In that caso," said Judge Wayback, "I ordor th' Sheriff tew search 'cm, an' If ho finds any collu sion, or anything else Intoxtcntln', he will turn It over tow mo!" Ohio State Journal, Superintendent (of Metropolitan; Street Hallway) Here Is an article saying the average American is gain Ing In weight. President 1 bat's too had. We won't be able to pack so many or them in a car. As It la, wo nro only making about 900 per cent ou each passenger. Ufe, 'J i ' !