NCRY 22, Kj02.
JSI. IL D. WESTERfELT SPEAKS
C0TLCfS THE PLANS OF LARGE
COMING TEMPERANCE i
rat, a Whole Day,
ftfhfefc Tkrse Different wegs;wB jws. '"e u. pncd a striking a ad besaUfat work of
Tafce Place Women's ,
. .i m '
Tweraoe Unloa WWI
Cr Acdve Work in the Campaign. .
nf the Woaaes's Chris-
of the wmkiii irwj
UBh was heM yea-
afternoon. Rcssrti w nri.,
widen Rv. W. D. Westerrelt
. statement in regard to the
convention of the Anti-Saloon Hospital service launch, with Dr. Co- There have been four Postmasters
ti -on rotation which wlH ! " aboard. The Britisher was very General from the State of Wisconsin
Prooratr. for the Day.
the miw a meeting will be
st the T. M. C. A., at which
fMfs of the work of the League will.""11 a Piece or n,s mlna concerning j
Darius; the afterndon a,cnm'nai careiessn. ine secouu
MMtfiur for Ausiness men will be held
mum aid Chamber of Commerce
sbvn- Castle Cooke's offices.!
At Ofs meedng addresses will be de-1
sTmed f Governor S. B. Doh. war-,
Itaa w die Territorial prison. Captain
Wrsuj. an W A. Bowen.
Tms awftinjf will be held principal-
' Jbr ln purpose of ascertaining
mvrsxan sunapwHu wu.cn ""
meo of this city, as one cf the
most fssDortaet factors of the com-
t-I lit. -J . .1,0
whirh hss been done by the
U-snVKM and the other temperance
waasusjoa. sad the work which is
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"T1 v' " aow " w "r -
Good Results Expected.
Ik the evening another meeting
wstT be held at the rooms of the Y
".It C A.
Tw V C T. U is now realising
ssWIsapottadce of taking very active
tne temperance campaign
(r onto- to keep pace with the Anti-
some good re
sfts are exjiected.
Present at the meeting yesterday
jfre. Mrs. J. M Whitney. Mrs. 0.
. GtonVt, Mrs. P. C. Jottes. Mrs. tie beyond the fact that Dr. Cofer
Cmof&fc? Asstin. Mrs. Muckley. Miss' urged Mr. Dunne to take the matter
Jfrtfi Chamberlain. Mrs. W. I.. 'to the British Commissioner and that
Mrs. W. D. Wood. Mrs. W.
HI KJwcaid and others.
Jsfat Social Postponed.
ffce Joint social of the Y. W. C. A.
m ta Y. M. C A.. wlUch was to
HMr taken place on Friday of this
trl fans Wtmt imKimiiMl till Tiim;.
,.ay e on accouat of the Interfer- Dne wiH have nothing to say in re
wne rf varum other meetings. I " to the stor-v a"d J0" Is
m.g: the sttractlous on the program t "ot toW h sonerally. The story
h - ,u -,.. ri,.- i leaked out on the waterfront one day
New Bridge for'Anapuni Street.
AstKwm- street above Wilder ave-
BWfTO svrei. "inn. imer -
ww. h blor-ked and the thoroughfare
fc is tfc.' hands of the Public Works
prtinfnt. which is placing a new
HeVee ovr the ravine which crosses
Mb street. Wilder aveuue has been
cn..j nn iei-,,j an-,j
Tt ktnamnbiux: wkik wiu wn '
rack this city, being imported bv F. Kritish-Americau war would have' th ,ca,1faS of a Constitutional con
, .. . . , I , . . . -.t i i i. i ' vent ion for the submission of a new
t Richardson, are e.vpected to cover , commenced right in Honolulu harbor. , guffrage aniemlment t0 the yoters
sTetaas on roads on this island at Biitish seamen and Yankee sailors i At present the Geor-ia method of
, an 'approximate speed ot fifteen miles would have gone at each other "with excluding- colored voters from the
it hour. ! belaying-plns and capstan bars, and ( franchise is by the enforcement of a
' ' American and English business men poll tax. Georgia is one of the States
Zenda's Will Dance. wouM not have been able to pass in (New York and Massachusetts are
' The Zenda's will gtre their Initial the streets without taking a shot or,two others), which adheres to annual
annee of the season at Progress Hall two at oach other. People would have' s?ssIons of the Legislature, and that
mdV. January art. Invitations , hloppod drinHing EnBlbh breakfast! tGe- J'd J a
to 1-n is.ued to some of the tw and Bishop Willis would have SncniiJ ttfSorei vwS-
ftfonds of the members of the organ- lMfon impriSOned in a dungeon wltu out recourse t0 the Constitution has
5tma. he Rev. Alexander Macintosh. I been defeat" d.
Postofftce Change. J
SprecUeUvHIo, on Maul, has Uoan'
itaioA oat of the postal circakition. j
luMi horeafter snails destined for that
Jnasltty mast be addressed to Puau
s Istotace. William Walsh has:
sVtwa placed la charge of the office.
Hawaiian Relief Society.
Ite aaonal meeting of the Hawal
fsm Itelfef Society will be held at the
ssssUanee of Mrs. S. C. Allen. Thurs
day sHtraiag. January 33, at 11
Songsters Stolen. !
Tft9 reafdeac of Mrs. Albert Lneasj
- oa TdwiB street was oatered by hurg4
rhrsr Tcccntly. the robbers taking at
T2pr coaUunlng two doxen canary
Hawaii Yacht Club.
The Hawaii Yacht Club has been
Sccoorporated with a capital ot $4,000 j
& shares of $20 each. T. AY. Hobron!
fruo th articles as president.
m : ?
ftots tw Philadelphia Baltatin.
Taey trere trying to Uft the mort '
pfee en the church. They couWa'Lj
Jwst Xbcn a rich widow came along, s
'Hen," she said, "let me and ray
And that mortgage
was lifted '
IS HELD OP By
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'other end to the Pacific Mail -wharf.
1 Tfie British vewel had only jost ar
Drlrg j rtred ad ak hd not yet completed ,
1 .a in ! ill i akAMr tA Ka J In
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warptoe; her from her temporary
Gofer awd sure that the line
Sac the British ship w the caose of.
tho delay of the stopping of the
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"wwn, uw uiere ww a r
w wwit rue captain or wo
nusn ship wws mionma " uio
ne la, &;
will occupy a'afT. ami saia so, anu nunieo up ine,
t mate of the vessel and talked to him
in a loud voice for a long time. The !
mate said he was noto blame and,
re-"" out the second mate and gave!
t took it out on the crew and said
ey were a blooming lbt of land lub-(
aww a "n lo " lue H-'
hold up the United States
; Doctor Pushes the Matter.
' In the meanwhile the doctor went
ot to the transport, the line having
neen dlsongaged from the launch's!
screw, and. alter satisfying nimseii
as to what the nature of the sickness
was. rteurned ashore to at once seek
", .VOUi"-T. -...,.. IV, -V "
Unitwl States PiStrict Attorney,
Dr. Cofer told Mr. Dunne how the
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"Uielineof the British slnp, delaying
, him In the discharge of urgent dut",
j les aboard the transport. .Dr. Cofer
' insisted that Mr. Dunne, as United j
States Attorney, immediately lay the i
matter before the British Commis-
jgianer that the !atter gentleman
might at once take what steps were ,
necessary toward hnestigation andj
This is about as far as the story ,
oe. for uie waterironters Know m-
,,. ,attor v;is finnllv allowed to
drop. Dr. Cofer changing his attitude
under the Influence of the eloquence ( Comptroller was wmiam j, Morgan
and learned reasoning of the astute a reBitlent of Buffalo, and Mr. Mor
Dihtrict Attorney. gan's predecessor was James A.Rob
How the Story Leaked Out.
United States 'District Attorney
' last week through an eye witness of
.the event, who had recently heard
of the matter having been taken to
i w. . ..
the District Attorney -
The waterfront sea lawyers have
own discussing the possible result,
f the nffalr t lt had been taken toi
'the British Commissioner, and that
j gentleman and the American author!-:
, ties, by some stretch of fancy, had
come to a misunderstanding.
,,i in .t.in.inrc.nHn-
Anr,r,iin- tn thp wisp nncs the
Senator Mark Hanr.a rti-ei-.es three
bushels of letters daily He reads
Hone of th?" letters himself, however,
unless they are of a pers nal nature-:
.V II Copland, the first train dis
ttcher in the warid. is at present
living In Chenoa, a village in I'linote
Lord Roseberv says th" average
re8rr s;randj too much time la)
"munching erab apples, unconscious
of the choicest frutts of the tree of J
Prrf. Harry Thurston Peck of Col
nmbla university. Is giving a novel
course In Latin versification. The
course is unique, being the only one
of lis kind in the United States.
Alfred Edwar Morgans, the new
Western Australia Premier, spent
many years mining in Mexico, where
he was a personal friend of President
It was th after-dinner oratory of
Judge Charles H. Darling, just ap
pointed Assistant Secrotarv of the
Xavy. that first attracted President
Roosevelt's attenticn to him. He Is
a Vermonter and the wit la the department.
1 At the banquet to be given to An-
drew Camsgie next February when
he dedicates the laboratory of en
giseeriag of the Stevens latitat of
Technology tnilt with money sivea
by aba the oystere wfll be cooked
la a. taiafatare blast furnace coa-
strocted. by the stadeais and the Ice
crwam wId be molded fa the forat
of raflroed spfKes.
Mrs. Robert S. Roberisoa. sa art
critic aad lecturer oe an of Fort
Wayne, latLi during a recent visft to
Kokomo. fottad, in a second-band
store, where she was sear dries: for
antiquities, a. picture of Martha Wash
legtoa. vrhJch artists have pronoaoc-
ha ,,,.-,, m-ti t w. ,,
d the withdrawal of the excommuH-
Ktm yroaooaced ay toe boty synod
- v"1 - i"c
assigned is that in the event of Tol-
. rTM.lKl TSfc w . -.
s death, a refusal to bory htm
in consecrated grounds might cause
a popular uprising.
.uv. ... i..., ..u: .
Howe- William F. Vilas and Henry a
Alexandor McDowen. clerk of the
House of Representatives at Wash-
ington. although at present a banker
ana capuaiist, was at one time a poor
an Oil City (Pa.)
There is an appropriation in this
year's budget of $1,900 for rents for
public buildings In the borough of
Richmond, in addition to the sum
rt MQ 711 Qnnrnnpinin Vi trtA -rtnx--
wt yw9 a j. Afj w aubcu J lug l J
ment of rents ,n the sreater Xew
york and of $17,500 for rents for the
Department of Buildings in Man-
v-,. -".. .. Wi V..-.0,
hatten, $2,500 for a like purpose in
me uronx $i,uuu m ittcnmona anu
'""""" iUl '" iur l,)a",ulrt
suul puiposes. i-,-UU IUr real, lor
nt..nl ..Ann i r nnn i.
rent for Xew York hospitals. $4,500
for rents forthe Dpartme;t of
charities in Brooklyn and Queens an
miscellaneous items of rent, which
bring up the total to over $600,000.
representing, at 5 per cent, a total
capitalization of over $12,000,000.
Encouraged by the election of
workingmen to the ofiice of Mayor in
.'nn Frnnoispn nni? Tlriil'Pnort nnnn.
ml by the success of Golden Rule
Jones 5n Toledo, the trade unionists
0f Chicago are preparing to enter
, V W.WVUOW IftUllUt,
j politics as an independent party.
Comptroller Knight, elected for a
two-year term by a majority of 124,
000 in 1300, is Mayor-elect of Buf-
ffiln- "Mr Knisrht's nrnilpppccnr n-i
erts, another Buffalonian. elected in
1S93. The office of Comptroller has
been held by Buffalonian3 ince that
j ear, and it is said by many of them
that the Comptrollership fs a Buffalo
office. The present Deputy Comptrol
ler is a resident of Buffalo. The
office of Secretary of State has been
beld usually by an Albany man and
' the office of Attorney-General
l-v a resident of Syracuse. The
.'omptroller receives a larger salary
than anv Qf the Qther gta tg officers
The State of Georgia, now one of
the few States in the South which
have not adopted disfranchising
methods for reducing the vote of the
coioreu citizens uy constitutional
provision, has under consideration
"There are weighty reasons of
moral that ought to cqmpel us to
treat Cuba with the greatest consid
eration and do all in our power to
promote her prosperity.' asserts the
Chicago Journal (Rep.). "We have
given her independence. Let us not
add to it povertv and bankruptcy."
"Democratic Holyoke's election ci
a Rapublican Mayor four successive
times is fully offset by Republican
New Bedford's election of a Demo
cratic Mayor six successive times,"
notes the Springfield Republican
(IndJ. "This speaks well fcr inde
pendence In municipal voting ia Mas
"The estimate of $2,500,000 for ar
my posts in the Philippines is such
a triae that it will probably be pass
rl by Congress without debate." sat
JKally remarks the Philldelphla
Ledger (Rep.)." "If it were for some
such work as deepening the Dela
ware Channel now. there might be
ioms objection to it."
The Charlotte (?'. C) Observer
(Dem.) agrees with the New Orleans
Times-Demccrat (Drm.) that th?
South is not represented in Congress
by her best and most representative
The - Virginia Constitutional Con
lentionibas rejected. 35 to 13. a prop
osition to give local school boards
Iscetlon ia the disposition of local
scnooi revenue. The purpose was to
permit appropriating all of the rev
case to white schools.
"Presfdeat ,RooeveU. Is the first '
master of the White House & adds.
to a loac pest record of civtl-servieeJ
reform championship, wordb zsd j niaaent establishment ia Hoaolclu.
feeds coEspItly consistent with 7 -n give the residents of this
dally growing iadicsrfoas that his , , . . . .. . j
ceniteteney rill be persfotect.- ob-l M 0P?ortBE!t? ei their
serves the Boston Advertiser (Rep.) ; phnabias done at reasonable rates by
ttbe most sfelHfal mechanics in the!
The Philadelphia. Evening Baltetiaj
Rep.) thinks it "not fcap.-obabfe taav' PKaaiag baiios.
a good many of the mea .who voted , I
for the Philippine Tariff Bill feK a ' OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
degree of sympathy for the position
assumed by Representative McCati
of Massachusetts, in his eloquent and
forceful speech condemning the poii
cy of maintaining a costly army in
the Philippines, in order to enforce
the submission of their people." It
notes that "the former disposition to
speak jubilantly of the annexation
of the islands as a master-stroke of '
statesmanship, which promised incal
culable benefits to this country. hz.s
To the cry Cf "Don't touch the tar-'
iff:' the Pouglfkeepsie Eagle (Rep )
retorts: "It certainly will be. and
that before long. The question is
whether it shall be done by Republ
cans, who believe in the principle of,
protection and will preserve it in
tact while they make the necessary
revisions, or whether they will re
fuse, until the people lose patience
and repeat the tremendous folly of
ISM. by giving the work Into the
hands of those who are enemies to
our present system, and who will
break down and destroy that which
we can just as well preserve as not."
"Cuba is one of the most fertile
spots in the world." premises the San
Francisco Chronicle (Rep.). "If Cu
bans cannot make money raising su
gar, let them raise something else.
If, in the face of the rapidly increas-
ing output cf sugar, planters have i
run recklessly in debt for machinery,
it is their misfortune and that of
their creditors. -Our .sugar-beet grow
ers are not to blame for it. and should
not be compelled to pav the penal
As the Jacksonville (Fla.) Times-
Union and Citizen sees it, the pass-!
age of a bill to reduce Southern rep-1
resentaticn in the House, "while act
ing to some extent as an expression
of disapprobation of the course of the
States that have adoptedd qualified
suffrage plans, would, at the same
time, ratify their acts to thq extent
of accepting them. It would inflict
the penaltv, and with the acceptance
of the penalty the whole matter would
Don't Run Your Legs Off
Looking for a Situation
A 25c Wnthe REPUBLICAN
Will do the Work
Classified Advertisements in this columt
icill be inserted at 10 cents a line firs
insertion; 5 cents a line second inser
tion; 25 cents. per line per xceek; 3."
cents per line ttco icceks. and 50 cen.
per line per month.
LOST A smell silver watch with golc
chain; initials L. T. on watch. Re
turn to Hawaiian Hotel. Reward
WANTED At once. G or 7 room fur
nished cottage for light house
keeping by couple with no children
Must be centrally located. Apply
WANTED To set", some fine white Dia
mocd rings; also fine opal rinjrs; rea
sellable pflcA. Watches repaired o
time. G. Dietz, watchmaker and je
'Jer. Fort sL, near Hotel, in Prescotr
WANTED Girls to do Kundry won
Apply Sanitary Steam Laundry, K
waiabao and South streets.
WANTED Two single gentlemen de
sire rcoms and good table board,
either in house or cottage near, must
not be far from business portion of
city. Expect to remain permanently
if satisfactory and rates reasonable
Address A. a. Republican Office.
FURNISHED ROOM A splendidly
furnished room with excellent
board for two gentlemen with pri'
rate family en Vineyard street
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tub?
with either hot or cold water, and
every improvement and convenienc
known to the modern- age. A
Silent Barber Shop.
FOR RENT An eight room cottaz
on Young street. Apply J. A. Ma
goon. Magooa building.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON th
presais of the Sanitary Steam Lam?
dry Co. Ltd- Marmion and Pontl
streets. The cnttarps contain -i room
kitchen and bath room- No extrr
charjre for hot and cold water acr
elwtrvf Hcht. Rest reasonable. Ap
ply oa the preaisw to J. Licbtw
Win. F. Wilson Co..
The leading PIcmbers of San Fran
cisco, bare decided to locate a per-
liiailtr front Bti'lli;.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Importer of Prcducts . .
Provisions and Wines . .
Cor. King and Smith Streets
huei! Bhang Go
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Large Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
P. O. Box 972. Phone. White 801.
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COMPANY OF HARTFORD
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
403 JuiltJ Mm.
(Successor to CH AS. SEYDONE.)
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i v.-,, olyHa
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
WHY HOT BUT THE BEST?
JT COSTS NO MORE
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
5 Sold wiUGcrrale
- Kerosene and Gasoline
; Wickless Stoves
FOR SALE AT THE
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Basiress men will tell yon
that aa ad in The Republic-
an brings good results be-
w caose the peopb rad it.
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pared, and Construction. Superintended la all broaches of Engiaeerfag
Work. Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and stua; Tnanete,
Bridges. Bulldiags. Highways. Fouadatioas. Piers, Wharves. Ete.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations, and
Reports of Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, H. Am. Soc C. E.
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
ALL KINDS OF STRAW HATS
MADE TO ORDER.
HATS WASHED AND PRESSED.
Largest Stack of Ladies' and Gents'
Hats in the city.
The Oriental Life
Issues all modern forms of
rates. Policies issued
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