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'" , ;' EMER6EKCT CALL OF MAVT 3A.TTXESKEPS PBEPASKD FOB "WAS WiXHXN'I'OBTrSOUXS. Secretary iczyr's Expeiies "With the Massachusetts ai Indiana 1 tt A3HIXOTON, June - twe Vf-W -" !PF5 j.' W ? -- "2. . t muu? t W THE HONOLULU SET'BBLICAX, FSlDAY, JUSE 22, 1900. ; . ?tt with Um bUJekJPS Indiana an . tnmettm has bcU market! wtegnsm reonst at the Kao a mt T.-J& Admiral Sites - otntoftadsm ( 'Je League .g Mf wer voP!etel equipped Mid ry for . Hf W tbe rndinna TWrtl "jMrftl oat at Dn and the mekMs about tw bours later for Nrnort, via Hsmptc Roads. The deity In ; He ame oC tl latter ship was ODt fce .e of ny latt of preparedness on kr jwrt. but eisply because tht tin twuid net ten "mill this Thw It appe that these two fdratttatite Teasels hree been ready for y rqwlred servle Bi the short space i about forty hwrs, without th lightest warning ornotlce to the commandant of the Legue Island Navy Yard or the commanders of the two battleships. Tho result is regarded as a I tory vindication of the policy of keeping ships' "in ordina.7." recently adopted by the Navy Department. The record made at League Island is about as good as any abroai with superior facilities in the latur cast This little experiment will be noted with interest by othor naval powers. A later telegram from Casey at Icague Island ariiounccd that both battleships, the Indbna and the iKachu&ett. were lyng In the 8U. tn With team i ! and would s.art 40' fte uelawaie ivera.t 5 Bm. h.ug wat, rtt..y aid cverybjdy abcsafsl f.cppt thret inrfine offic re. join the ships at Hampton JIM i , , CpMi icctlpt of ti:8 uefs Acting .itckett promptlj returned a 08 s to Hear Admi?l Casey and 0ftii Dlckins Tr.in, them on the celeity and with which thojhad to the omorgency callof the Navy Department and reUirnic; thanks fcr tho exhibition of zal by aUiands . MILES IS AVAE)ED HIS C03MM1SSI0N'. WASHINGTON. June ,. In accordance with the provision) of the Military Academy bill, the President to day IsSUCd wintilwinrn to General Nelson A. Miles of the army and Major-General H. C Corbln, of the array. These are recess appointments and will be pre sented to the Senate at Its next ses&luni in December. General Miles said to-day that he would make no change In Ms .staff, the principal effect of the new arrangement being to give JIajor Mlchler, Fifth i U...J, "-J -" ............... General Miles' present aids, the pay and rank of colonels of cavalry! i OPPOSITION WINS IN BEITISH COLTJMB1 A. Conservatives VSU1 Have a Strong- Iadividual Following in. the New Parliament. VANCOUVER. B. C, June 9. The Martin government has been overwhelmingly defeated as a. result of today's election for members of the Provincial Parliament. The Legislature is composed of 38, and at midnight returns have been received from 35 constituencies Indicating the election of 23 opposition and only seven straight supporters of the government. The other seats which are still in doubt will probably return opposition members. Premier Martin does not acknowledge :in absolute defeat; but claims his ability to induce half a dozen members-elect counted among the opposition to support his government upon a vote of want of confidence in the House. The straight Conservatives will have the strongest individual following in the next Parliament, having elected 13 members. Martin, the Premier, is elected In Vancouver, as is also Minister of Mines, in Rossland district, and J. F. Brown of Westminster, Minister of Finance. Two of the Ministers Yates of Victoria and Beebe of ale are defeated. Charles Wilson, leader of the Conservatives, and F. L. Carter-Cotton, leader of the Provincial party, arc Dcth defeated in Vancouver city, where Mayor Garden, led the poll In the Conservative interests. It is predicted that when the Housa and the government have been overthrown on a vote of want of confidence then either ex-Premier Turner of Victoria, Mayor Garden of Vancouver or H. D. Helmcken of Victoria will be called upon to form a Conservative government v The Honolulu Republican will bo to any part of the city for 75c per month or $2 per quarter. THEY OPPOSE HEE MABKIAGE. Children of Aged Xrs. Thompson, of Petaluxsa. Don't "Want Ser to Take a Second Husband. Pctaluma sociery this week has become the gossip of the town. An elderly and well-known church woman a widow with some possessions whose age is recorded as 63, and whose name is Mrs. Martha E. Thompson became smitten with a man named Constantino F. White, whose age is given as 54 years. The couple- were happy in the possessions of each other's affections until a few days before the knot was to have been tied, when Mrs. Thompson's children put in an appearance and filed a demurrer, the same being now uncer advisement. Mrs. J. D. Gibbs, wife of the well- known sporting man of San Francisco, hearing of the approaching nuptials, came to the city, and, it is claimed, made a strong protest, alleging that White sought her mother's hand to get control of her property. A Mrs. Beale, formerly a Mrs. Polk, favored the match, while a Mrs. Fairbrother, another daughter residing In Los Angeles, telegraphed from her southern home to head off the union if possible. An armistice for one week has. been granted to enable the family to look up the career and character of Mr. White. Mrs. Thompson is connected with the Barnes family, whose members are legion, and is a sister of the late Colonel William P. Barnes, the well-known sporting man of San Francisco, and Dr. L. ,L. Barnes, a 'leading physician of Ukiah. The whole matter seems now to hinge on the ability of Mr. White to establish his character to the satisfaction of the relatives. SEALED TENDERS Will be received at the office of the un-, dersigned on Merchant street till 12 o'clock noon Monday, June 25, 1900, for the construction of a store and stable buildings for the Territory Stables Co., Ltd. Plans and specifications at the office of Howard & Train, Progress block. The undersigned does not bind him-' self to accept the lowest or any bid. G. SCHUMAN, Treas. Territory Stables Co., Ltd. The Honolulu Republican will be delivered to any part of the city for 75c per month or 2 per quarter. IAILEY'S fifcfrltf BY THE BABES J. C. PFIUGER AXB if. E. WATSOX We Have Received a Xarge Astortmeiitof Morton's and Crosse & Blackwdl GROCERIES Bicarbonate of Soda, Wash Soda, Caustic Soda, PAINTS AND blL Corrugated Iron, Ridging, Etc., Cement and Firebricks, Stockholm Tar, Buckets, Tubs, Tinplates, Saucepans, Teakettles, Etc., Etc. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. I - Igffl PEERLESS tO fi I y l.ioi gU PRESERVING r S 3 PAINT J&M Telephone i BEVERAGES UEFRIOFR ANIMATING. COLD 4 LUSCIOUS CABBOSATED FOUNTAIN DRINKS. (SODA WATER) NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS refreshing" IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT Great Variety of Flavors Novelties Added Frequently " " Our Vichy a Special Feature ' ; Natural Fruits Our Own Selection Our Ice Cream "pap excellence" The Finest FOUNT7UN, COR. FORT HOTEL 5T5. Noted as the Ccolest Corner in Town -1 Benson, Smith & Co., ltd. GRIMWOOD, RICHARDSON & CO. CIVIL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. AND CONTRACTORS. -AGENTS FOR Telephone 613. 398 NO DUTY-NOW ON RUBBER GOODS! ,, : , Therefore wehall sell Morgan & Wright's Hack Tires at American prices, as follows, put in by experienced workmen and guaranteed. New outfits with channels put inandpainted ready for use: lucir, per s or lourwiieeis ., ? u uu i iuun, por aei ui xour waieeiB ;p na uu x incu, per set ui lour wiieeis: . .-. ; i oo uu 1 inch, per set of four wheels $bo UU If inch, per set or four wheels 00 REPLACING WORN OUT RUBBER EARKE & LACY CO., PELTON WATER WORKS CO., H. N. COOK BELTING CO. WHITTIER. COBURN CO. Lubricating 0iIs,J3rease and Paints. BYRON JACKSON MACHINE WORKS, Whirlpool Centrifugal Pumpj. ' CALIFORNIA ANTI-CALORIC CO. Anti-Calorie Pipe and Boiler Plaster. Anti-Caloric Boiler Blocks, Anti-Caloric Covering. Office, MEESE & GOTTFRUD CO. LINDE ICE MAOHrNIE. PACIFIC AMMONIA & CHEMICAL CO: JUDSON DYNAMITE & POWDER CO. .Iddd Building P. 0. Box 450 Bead The Honolulu Republican. P: O. Box 441 inch, per set of $30,000; 2 front wheels, $17.00; 2 rear wheels, 19.90; 1 inch, per set of lour wheels, 38; 2 front wheels, $21.00; 2 rear wheels, 23.00; linch, pen set; of- four wheels, 41.00; tont&wlieels, $23.00; 2 rear .wheels, $20.00; 1 inch, per setjof four wneeis, $48.00; 2 front wheels, $2b.0U; 2 rear wheels, $28.00; 1 inch, per set of four wheels, 58.00; 2 front wheels, $31.00; 2 rear wneeis, $33.UU. Grn'c A 13 1VTC & Model BICYCLES No Duty on Bioroles Stearns Spcial, $5jQU - GASH PRIOES Model A, $40, Stearns Tourist, $30, Stearns Cfcainless; (190 $751 HEADQUARTERS " FOR MILWAUKEE PATENT PUNCTURE PROOF TIRES "AT " f s -or Stearns Cushion Frame, $60, WWtjm,i limited, ft W j :2ft a wn sai Krwa Strtstit 3 I - r . -?,," " --. v ';- &?$&- r a ?m'y . m?u:c . m,?; . . t " -",-- .' - - JJ - '- .i i. Ir1! T -. v t i, .- v. -n " J '." ."'." - -Jt., " ""