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rut " wsarfi mwew wmswmw, v ji" t iqyv V. 1 ft".' . WW ?? W'sr T?""" Tj-."--V EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTTLU. It. T., THUnSDAY, APRIL 3, 1902. fes . I r j? V EVENINGBULLETIN Published Every Day Except Sunday, t 120 King Street, Honolulu, T. H by the BULLETIN PUDLI8HINQ CO., LTD. WALLACE It. FAIUUNQTON.. Editor Entereil at the Post Offlco at Hono lulu as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATE8. Evening Dulletln. Per month, anywhere In U. S...I .76 Per quarter, anywhere In U. S.. 2.00 Per year, anywhere In U. S... 8.00 Per year, postpaid, foreign ... 11.00 The Sunday Bulletin. Per month ! .15 Per quarter , 35 Per year 1.25 Per year, postpaid, foreign ..... 1.75 Wjekly Bulletin. Per year, a.iywhcro In U. S...I 1.00 Per year, postpaid, foreign 1.50 Evening and Sunday Bulletin. Per month, anywhere In U. S...$ .90 Per quarter, anywhero In U. S... 2.35 Per year, anywhere In U. 8... 9.23 Per year, postpaid, foreign ... 12.75 Sunday and Weekly Bulletin. Per year 2.00 Per year, postpaid, foreign ... 3.25 Telephone 256 Post Omco Pox 718 THl'RSDAY . . . APRIL 3, 1902. For Representative Fourth District, W. W. HARRIS Republican energy must be constant lo effective The Inlllfrnnt party follower practically gives a votu lo Ilia opposition. Herort of a new revolt In Ilaytl sur prises only those who had forgotten that Haytlans were ever at peaco with themselves. Republicans of tbe first and second precincts have tonight an opportunity to show whether they nro fair weather partisans or not. The gains made by Chinese rebels in the southern provinces Indicate that Dr. Sun has not given up the cause ot regenerating China. The courts ought to be able to ills cover whether Candidate Dreler U ft candidate or the men who urged hi in to 1'iin merely think he Is. A new safe has been purchased for the Governor's office. Was this dime with n view to depleting the treaiury and forcing a special session o! the Legislature? Again the report comes from London that Doers In British uniform will be tihot. The British have open Bhootlng Doers In most any kind of uniform for some years past. It Is safe to say that the Mondell measure for reorganizing tbe Federal judiciary In Hawaii will never get be yond a committee pigeon hole In Its present condition. Tbe repoit that former Candidate Uryan has taken tip his residence In a barn Is being spread abroad as If It bad some political significance. Where else can be hold comfortable commun ion with the accepted emblem of Democracy? Kan no sooner begins to clear up on; mystery than It runs Into a new one. Judging from the stories told by cor lespondents. the district bag enough trouble on Its hands to warrant the as sistance of the whole Attorney Cen tra l's department. The former Home Ruler figured It out Just right. If tbe addition of the word Republican assists Delegato Wil cox In his Congressional work. It Is very good proof that tlio Republican, party Is a highly proper organization to associate with and assist with votes. It appears that judges have hereto fore enjoyed the luxury of lounge? In their apartments. To which the Ad- Mrtlser will doubtless respond that this Is a relic of Monarchy and tho Circuit Judges carry out this Idea lo curry favor with Royalists, carpet baggers, jobchasers, etc., etc., etc. "How Is the pernicious principle that something can be gotten for nothing, or for the stealing, encouraged In most of the homes of Honolulu?" This topic for discussion at tomor row's meeting of the Mothers and Teachers' Club offers an opportunity for u talk on stock speculation. There may bo no office In sight for Candidate Harris, hut a successful cam paign ought to assure his nomination for the Senate In tho fall campaign. The party whose political work Is con fined to the thirty days prior to a gen eral election can expect to And Its vot ing strength a mlniiB quantity when most needed, The London Times correspondent sends In a report that Russia Is plan ning to quit Manchuria. Having thor oughly Russianized tbe province, It Is In a position to quit on paper. The power will still remain. Manchurlu Is Russia's today and will continue, In that condition till a wur forces out tbo Czar's immigrants. Waliop Willis Bays that ho cumiot al low his work here to close without calling the attention of sugar planta tion owners to the evils of Sunday work. Undoubtedly the advlco will be accepted in the kindly spirit with which It Is extended, but human nature Is such these days that tho matter Is likely to be laid on the table. When Poultney Dlgelow, the author, was asked about divorce proceedings to bo brought by his wife he replied: "I am writing a. book on the colonial question. I think I know something about It, as I have Btudlcd it at close quarters, particularly tho Philippines The Philippines are too ilch to let go. Wo need them and wo are going to keep them." Poultney hasn't time to think of his family affairs. TESTING PARTY LOYALTY. The gentlemen who sec fit to com plicate and so far as possible embarrass the Republican campaign In the Fourth District by continued opposition to party workers and veiled criticism ot their honest effort, arc not only jeop ardizing the party interests In thlp, and tho fall campaign. They arc to all Intents and purposes In open opposi tion to the 'Governor In his Interpreta tion of the Organic Act, and to the good judgment of tho franicrs of the Act as well. The probable disqualification of Can didate Dreler confirmed beyond all pos sibility of doubt the wisdom ot tin) Republican organization in placing n candidate In tho field. In what tn Idiotic position would the Territorial administration and the Republican party have been placed had It been found on tho 31st of March that but ono candidate had been placed In tbe field, nnd that candidate not qualified to (111 the position to which one vote would elect him. It would be n rcflec tlon not alone upon tho Intelligence and wisdom of the party placing the candidate In nomination. Every clti zen of the District would share In the Ignominy which the thoughtlessness, carelessness and Indifference to poll tlcal conditions would necessarily con vcy to the American mind. Failure to elect a man qualified to fill the vacancy In tho House of Representatives could assure nothing more positive than an other election with all Its attendant expenses. Good government ns found In tho election of capable men to odlre can only be secured through constant poll tlcal activity, readiness to enter nry nnd all campaigns with vigorous en thuslasm, determination that at all times the party shall use every en deavor to strengthen Its ranks nnj place before the voters tho wisdom ot Republican principles and policies. In difference to tho result of an election Is destructive to party Integrity, and It uestroys party realty . Men may honestly differ In matters of party government. When, however, the final courso of action Is decided upon, loyal party men enter upon the campaign with the single purpoie cf gaining n victory. Disloyalty Is ex pressed In critical Indifference and open opposition. Unless the situation changes tho special election Is testing party loyally in more waya than ono. Of all the nonsensical things the Democrats- have ever taken up tne re-mrror-Hnn nt the nro-Iloer resolution rnrrlpo tbft niilm. TTmloubtcdlv a fair majority of American citizens sympa thize with tne Doers in ineir struggles. Some have joined the fighting ranks and n good many more have made con tributions In ono way or another to assist, but it Is stretching the point hflvnnil nil rpnRnn tn llrco the I nttcd States as a nation to take a part In the affair which would without dount icau to a war with England. HI OF iio There has Just been filed In the Cir cuit Court a very unusual case In which J. Alfred Magoon and Mrs. Magoon are the plaintiffs nnd Chin Kee Gnau and Ang Ton, tho defendants. It Is u bill for reformation and termination of tbe lease on certain property at tho corner of Punchbowl and Miller streets where are situated some buildings now occupied by Chinese. The defendants claim that In July, 1901, a lease of the property to the do fendmts was made, the term of such lease being thirty years. According to the understanding of the contracting parties at the time, the first two jear were to render to tho plaintiffs tho sum of 100 per month, the next four years were to bring In $150 and for tho remainder, tho defendants were to pa) the sum of $250 a month. It Is further stated In the complaint that there was a clerical error In the papers by which the words "per month" were left out entirely so that the reading of tho same was as fol lows: "Yielding nnd paying therefor rent at the rate of $100 for tbe first two years. $150 for tbe next four years and $250 for 'tho remainder of tho terra." The complaint states that the defen dants have refused to pay rent since November, 1901, and that the amount (.no at tho present time Is $010. It Is further stated that the defendants claim they are not supposed to pay any more money than the lease calls for. They aie thereforo sticking to the strict letter of tho law . The plaintiffs pray that a subpoena Issue directing tho defendants to show cause If any they have why the plain tiffs should not have the relief prayed for. They also want tho lease reformed so that It will conform to the Inten tion of tho parties making the lease. Further, It is asked that tbe defen dants lie ordered to produce the lease In court for cancellation and that they be ordered to cancel the same and to release and quit claim to the plaintiffs all their right, title and Interest in th piemlses. Ho AT Kewaloltes were surprised and plea Red, by an official visit made by Colonel noyd and Captain Campbell this morning to the muddiest part of the district. Windows were opened along the line and women with chil dren In arms lined tho fence, Tho few men folks about Blood in an attitude of silent wonder, while broad grins evinc ed a feeling of peace and good will. The cuuse for the visit Is based on the unison of feeling between the Act ing Governor nnd Superintendent Uoyd that immediate progress should be made an the laying out of tho new street from King to Mauna Ala and construction of tho new ditch along that line. Judge Estee this morning set the quarantine station case, McClellan vs. Cofcr, for hearing on the 28tb Inst. The special inducements wc liavc to offer are First Quality Goods at the. lowest possible prices. Wc li.ivc lately received large ship ments completing our lines. 13 Machines, PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD. Bethel Street Household Department. Pretty nearly everything- that you can think of In tho harness lino is In cluded In our big display. Every harness wo Bell is a bargain, and wc sell all kinds from light track nndroad to heavy coach and team harness. Froiruno ono elso can you get tbo harness value wo giro you. Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fine Harness and Horse Boots. C. F. lierrick Carriage Co., LIMITED. I2S Merchant St.. next to Btangenwnld Building. GUILDERS EXGHANOE m 10 HI OF Ml The Dulldcrs' Exchange continues to prosper and it Is now proposed lu take another step towards tho incor poration of a regularly organized ISiillilors nnd Traders' Exchange. Tho Master Builders' Association, which Inaugurated and lias so far con ducted tho 'Change feature, decided at their regular montnly meeting last night that they would call a meeting of tho special and regular members for tho purpose of transferring, tho management to the full membership This meeting, will be held at 1 p. m. on Thursday. April 10. at the rooms of the Master IVulIdcrs' Association. The meeting Is called for the day time because It is not anticipated (hat anything more than the election of temporary officers for tho meeting and the appointment of same commiltcos will bo taken up. Tho work of laying out tho exact scope and plan of tho Exchange will doubtless (all on tho committees then appointed. There nro already In town copies of several of the by-laws or sim ilar Exchanges on the Mainland. Tho meeting Inst night was very well attended and the report ot tbe executive committee stating that tboy considered tho Exchango featuro to popular that tho tlniu was rlpu for tho , election of tho Exchango officers, was received with marked approval. On motion of J. II. Ciulg It was decided ! to call a meeting of tho regular and special membeis as stated above. The following architects of the city wcro elected to honorary membership: C. W. Dickey. II. L. Kerr. U. A. P. Newcomh, Geo. W. Pago and O. O. 'iraphagen. The special membership roll waa Increased by acting favorably on the applications of Lowers & Cooke, Ltd., E. V. Qulnn, Oscar Sellers, E. Peck & Co.. Ltd., Allen & Robinson, Ltd., and Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu mental Co., who were duly elected. The membership Is now eighty-four, but ns tho Master Plumbers' Associa tion will give up their rooms this month and raovo to the Exchange, this will Increase the membership slightly, so that the charter membership of tho nullders' and Traders' Exchange when organized will somewhat exceed ninety- Chemist Sborey has not yet mqde n report to High Sheriff Drown In the matter of the chemical analysis of the contents of the stomaih of the native who died In Kan a few days ago itnder what the government physllan of the district consldeied suspicious circum stances. The report will undoubtedly be made In a day or so and then the police dcpaitmcnt will know how to proceed In the matter. Tho Itepubllcnn Biib-commlttee In charge of the precinct meetings wish to thank Manager Allen of tho Moana Hotel for his kindness In making such flno preparations for tho meeting (if tho Republicans which was held oppo site tho popular hostelry lasit night. I Michigan Stoves and Range's, Glassware and Crockery, The Favorite Eddy Ice Chests and Refrigerators, Water Filters and Coolers, Agate and Tinware Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic Sewing Machines, New Ideal Sewing Machines, Hand Sowing I ii n I it it Special Sunday Dinner The best tho markets afford served mil guests lavo full vlow or tho sea from the dining room. . . INN L. H. DEE, Proprietor. W. Beswlck, Manager. Take the car to Walklkl. W. K, VICKERY, of tho Arm of Vlckery, At kins and Torrey, of San Francisco, Is now In Ho nolulu with some fine, wa ter cojora which are on exhibition In ROOM 11, MclNTYRE DUILDINQ. In engravings, etchings and photogravures will bo found many suitable wed ding gfts at prices rang ing from $10 upwards. A good selection of Cop ley Sepia Prints, prices from $2 to $0, aro also In collection. ' try komel The pure Juice of the California Grapo Fruit carbonated by us. Delicious refreshing and health ful, Delivered at SO cents tbe dozen In tho city limits. TELEPHONE MAIN 71. Consolidated Soda Water Works Go,, Ltd, Wakk Agents,, Broker and Jobber. W, G. Irwin & Co. Limited, AQENT9 for Western Sugar Refinery Company of 'San Francisco. Baldwin Locomotlvo Works ot Phila delphia, Pa., U. S. A. Newell Universal Mill Co. (National Cano 8hredder)',Now York, U.B.A. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fcrtlll v zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' hlgh-grado Ferti lizers for Cano and Coffee. Reed's Steam Pipe Covering. ALSO OFFER FOR SALE: Parafllne Paint Co.'s P.& D. Paints nnd Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil, raw and boiled. Indurlhe (a cold-water paint), In white and colors. Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and Bricks. CASTLES COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU Commission Merchants I I Sugar Factors AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Co. Tho Watalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. The Kohala Sugar Co. Tbe Walmca Sugar Mill Co. The Fujton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo. Tho Standard Oil Co. Tho Geo. F. Dlake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrlfugnls. Tho New England Ltfo Insurance Co of Boston. Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn. The Alllanco Assurnnco Co. ot London, ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.U d OFFICERS) II. P. Baldwin President J. B. Castlo First Vlco President W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres. J. P. Cooke Treasurer W. O. Smith Secretary Geo. 11. Carter Auditor Sngar Factors and Commission Agents AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pata Plan tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co., Kabulul Railroad Co, nnd The California and Oriental S. S, Co Win, G, Irwin 1 Co LIMITED. Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Spreckels Vlco President W. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec. Geo. J. Ross Auditor Sugar Factors AND Commission AsonU AGENTS OF THE Oceanic Steamship Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. Agents for Hawaiian Agricultural Co,, Ookala Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co., 'Vyalluku Sugar Co,. Makeo Sugar Co.,Halcakala Ranch Co.. The Planters' Lino of San Francisco Packets. Clias. Browcr & Co.'s Line of Boston Packets. LIST OF OFFICERS: C. M. Cooke, President; George Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop. Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones. II. Wa terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors. : LIFE and FIRE Insurance - Agents AOENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY OF HARTFORD. THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO., IMP0RTER3 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT8. Queen Street Honolulu AGENTS FOR The Lancashire Insurance Co. The Balolso Insurance Co. Union Gas Englno Co. Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc. Bruce Cartwright General Manager of THE EQUITABLE LIFE A88URANCE 80CIETY Of tbe United States for the Hawaiian Islands.... OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu. KAAHUMANU 8TRET. Pensylvania Fire Insurance Company, Clms. T. Wilder, AGENT. KAAHUMANU ST. i.OAN5 NEGOTIATED. Bankers. BISHOP & CO. BANKERS. Bstubllshed' In 1808. bankingIepartment Transact business in all departments ot Banking. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued on The Bank of Cali fornia and N. M. Rothschild & Sons, London. Correspondents The Bank of Cali fornia, Commercial Banking Co, of 8ydney, Ltd., London. Drafts and cable transfers on China and Japan through tho Hongkong ft Shanghai Banking Corporation and Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China, Interest allowed on term deposits at tho following rates per annum, viz: Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent Three months, at 3 per cent. 8lx months, at 3 1-2 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent , TRUST DEPARTMENT Act as Trustees under mortgages. Manage estates (real nnd personal). Collect rents and dividends. Valuablo papers. Wills, Bonds, etc, received for safe-keeping. ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT Auditors for Corporations and Pri vate Firms. Books examined and reported on. Statements of Affairs prepared. Trustees1 on Bankrupt or Insolvent Estates. OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TREET. SAYINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits received and Interest al lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In accordance with Rules and Regula tions, copies ot whlcu may be obtained on 'application. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT AQENT8 l-'OR FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1 AND' EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN- 8URANCE COMPANIES. Insurance Office, 824 Bethel Street.. Claus Spr.ckels. Wm. a Irwin Claus Spreckels & Co. BANKERS. HONOLULU, t t T. H. arr Francisco Agents The Ne vada National Bank 'of Ban Francisco. an Francisco Tko Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. London The Union Bank ot Lon don, Ltd. New York American Exchange Na tional Bank. Chicago Merchants' National Bank. Paris Credit Lyonnals. Berlin Droedner Bank. Hongkong and Yakohama Hongkong-Shanghai Banking Corporation. New Zealand and Amtraitx nnnk ot New Zealand. Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot British North America. Denoslts received. Lnana mmta in approved security. Commercial and .travelers- ureaus issued, mils of Ex change bought and sold. Collections Promptly Accounted For. Pioneer Building and Loan Association. A8SET8, JUNE 80, 1901, $80,041,37. Honey loaned on approved security. A Saving Bank for monthly deposits. Houses built on the monthly install ment plan. Twenty-third Series of Btock Is cow opened. OFFfflRnn .T T. -&rMT.n . i dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President: u. u. uray, Treasurer; a. v. Gear, Secretary. DirtEryrnna t t. ur7 ..... . A. Wilder, A. V. Gear O. B. Gray, i. u. nuii, a. w. neeca, j. a. Lyie, Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Boyd. A. V. GEAR, Becretary, Offlco Hours: 12:30 1: so p. m. The Yokohama Specie Bank LIMITED. Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000 Paid Dp Capital Yen 18,000,000 Reserved Fund Yen 8,610,000 HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA. The Bank buya and receives for col lection THIll nf Rvrhnnira iBkitca r... and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general DanKing Duslness. INTEREST ALLOWED. On Fixed per cent Deposit. per annum. For 12 months 4 For 6 month 1 For S month a Branch of the Yokohama Specie B&ak. New Republic Bid., Ill King Street HONOLULU. 'lanta ion ies proper FOR SALE- AT HAMOA, MAUI, Mill Macblnory, complete or In part, consisting of one 30"xUOM 5-roller mill, II. I. Wks. malto, Putnam Engine, Vac. Pan. Double Effects, Clarlflers, Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc. Parcels of land, interest In Hut Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carts, Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts. Kor particulars, apply to MR. J. R. MYERS, Manager, at Haraoa, Maui, or to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD., Honolulu. Dated Honolulu. March 4th, 1902. 2087.2m Th?.vvek,' edl,,on of the Evening Bulletin Is the largest and best pub lished In the Territory. Sixteen and twenty pages. $1 a year. Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison '""" Cm.4. T lu U IruM l b. itlr w uulj. I ; k Ll wm;, blM, . Mill tt uh. Ml ,.!.,, nun r.KkM-u ..!, ..,. Ik,..u n.,l.s (,,,., c.l.,.4 Imu. Clm. . "' f ' ;. 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