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Henry B. Worthington,
engineers and Sulltlcrc of HI Ah Duty Pumping Engines
for Water Works and Irrigation.
THfc SPECIAL A HEN HON OF" PLANTATION MANAGERS AND
AGENTS Is called U fie f.ivt ih.if vecarr, In stoclt at our Queen sfrc:t warehouse
ahre.aswtnient of pumps fur all kinds of sugar house service, Including vacuum
punirir pump,cim.lise.fRJ pumps juice pumra, mdasses mimw, etc., to
gether wPh a slock of sp.ire parts and valves for all sizes. .Careful attention
elven all orders, and prompt shipment guaranteed. ... - u.
Estimates fumlsnel for complete irrigation pumping plants of .any capacity or
PWer" Cor. Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu, Ji. 1.
u6o Telephone 596-
HAltStONY LODGE No.S,
Meutt evry Mnmlav vpiiliig av.7:30,
in Harnumr Hull, King Ureut.
J. I). MoVEltHI, N. 0.
K. It. Hl'UIt 1, Suon-Ury
All visiting lirotliors vory cordially
tlYBTIO LODGE N... 2, K.o l,
Meets every Wcduwu'y fvonlng t.t
-V.W o'clock, Castle HnlL Kurt 8trot.
visiting brotfcern winllaily luvltetllo
lOlT'1' A. K. MUKl'HY, K. R. B.
HONOLULU OUAPTEU No. 1,
11. A. Al., ;
MhflW evorv tlittI Tliurwlay moiling in
Urtiuli-Toinplo. AllvlMllug comprn
A. K.UIIjMIjIjAA, 11. jr.
Ji D.'rUCKinHfrrutiii ry.
No 1, K T.
ileets In MrtHonlo Toaiplo on tliofiocontl
'Xhurmlay tvriilng of ch month. All
dtltiiiK .Sir Knight oourlooufcly Invited.
HKN11Y 1 C00PKR, E- C
J. P. Tl't'lCKK. Recorder-
'OAIIU LODGE No. 1, K. ir P
MeeM every nmmlny ovmlng attlu'lr
CRMtlo Hall, iWX l'rt Ktroot, lit 7:30.
Member of Myt-tii Lodge No- 2, and
yUItluc brothon, cordially luvltod
0. 12. WAHI), C. O.
1010 K. of H. and 8.
COURT LUNALILO No. 0C00,
A. 0. P.,
Meets every lln-t uiul third Friday, at
K. of P. Hull, Port Ptrcot. A cordial
nvitatlon 1h extended to visiting broth
tk. Per order C. It.
W. A. PKTTER,
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1, A.-. & A.-. 8.. R..
Meets the tlrst Thursday In each month,
t Masonic Tolllplo. Sojourning and
visiting brothors rordlnlly Invited to at
tend nil iiipoliiwi.
W. M.. PRANK It. AUERUAUH.
ALLAN II. SrUIMOKOim, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
F. AND A. M.
Masonic Temple, N. E. corner Alakea and Hold Sis
Stated meeting, llrct Monday oach
month. Hjwclal meetings, when called
(will bo noted In this i-pueo).
Members Lodgo lo Pnigros, PaclHo
Lodge, and hII rejourning brethron cor-
ED. I. SPALDING. W. M.
C. R. G. WALLACE. Secretary.
KAMEHA1MEUA LODGE OF
No. I, A.-. & A.'. S. B.'.
Meets nt Masonic Temnlo the fourth
Thursday In each niontli. Bojournlng
nd vlnltlng brothors are cordially In
vited to attend all mootlngH.
V.'. M. KItANK R. AUERRAOU.
CiX.ATtr.NCK L. CRARHK, Secretary.
LODGE LE PHOGREB DE
No. 124, A. & A. S. Rito.
Stated meetings on the lant Monday of
tach month, In Its hall, Masonic Temple.
OP.O. CAMITON, W. M.
TO, P. JOHNSON. Secretary.
&EO. W. DeLONG POST No.
45, G. A. R.,
Department or California and Novada,
iDoets at Harmony Hall, King streot,
first Thursday evening of every month,
rejourning isimrades aro cordially In
itd to attend.
L. L. LaI'IERRE, P. C.
JAS. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
Jjove Block, Port stroet. Reading room
ppen day and evening for reading and
aociul IntercourK). Regular inoellngH
Friday, 7:30 p. m. Visiting Scotsmen
specially welconio at all times.
OKO. L. DALTj, Chief.
ALEX. B. KENNEDY, Secretary.
ENSIGN WORTH BAGLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of the
TJnltnd States of America, moots at
Harmony Hall, King t-trool, every ho
cond and fourth Friday In oach month.
VUltlng comiadeMtire cordially Invited.
MARCUS H. SAUNDERS,
J. E. Sho'ihai), Adjutant.
THE WAVERLEY CLUB.
Wavorley Block ; ontranco on Bothel
itreet. Files of sUndard magaxlno aud
periodicals; londli library; billiard,
pool and card liiblos or free use of mem
bers. Arrangoinonlfc for transient visit
ors. Entrance foe 81.W; monthly duos,
in advance, 81. Rooms open from 8 a. m.
to 11 p. in. everyday.
A. V. O EAR, President.
JAMES T.COPEr. AND, RoesrdlngSeo'y.
ILLTO B SORIMnKOUR. Kin. Seo'y.
One coupon and 25 cents secures
you a splendid historical review of
he Spanish war in the Philippines.
Btrmm-&ummKrtwmrracrm.mMHm J'w"' i'?lg
Is an exhillratlng non-lnjurlous beverage.
Taken in moderation its medicinal proper
ties tend to regulate and-'kiep the sjstem
In good, working order. The brewery
Is situated at Olympla, Washington
State, In I'roxlmlty to the fa- famed Turn
Falls, the water of which contains sever-'
al imports t special qualities necessary to
the manufacture of wholesome beei.
Larry H. Dee of the Huffman Bar, cor
ner Hotel and Nuuanu'streets, hes-the sole
retail agency jfor the OLYMPIA BEER
aid would be glad to have the public call
and pass judgement.
Champion light weight of Australia, at
Long Branch, Walklkl.
Terms reasonable. Given on applica
Gttitnr, Mandolin, Zither,
ifirDuring my absence at Omaha
Mr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co,,
will have charge of my pupils.
B. K. XAAI,
Teacher of Guitar, Mandolin, Zither,
Ukulele and Taro'Patch.
Orders to bo left caro of Wall, Nichols
Annie Montague Turner.
Remaining In Honolulu fora few months
will take a limited number of pupils for
Terms by the lesson or month. Com
mencing on and after the loth of July.
720 Beretanla Street, Honolulu
Do you want to learn the PIANO ?
Do von want to learn to play IN SIX
Do you want to learn of AN EX
Do you want tn learn by A NEW,
Terms. 5s monthlv. Address "Musi-
gdan," Bulletin office.
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed, RepalriD
1130 : : No. 210K KIHG 81
Jose k Bspirlto Ms
King ttreet, - two doors below 1'unchbonl street,
Gruitnrw, s TTUuioles.
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and material guaranteed, Repalrlni
119 King St.
Church and society Work.
HC. Gr. BIART,
404K fort Street.
The latest designs in Bracelets,
Pins, Rings, &c, on hand or made
to order. Stones of all kinds neatly
cut, polished and mounted.
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 31,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Orphoum Thoatre tonight.
W. P. C. Ma-ison ft back ftom
Cyclone Guinerao nro tho bust
Manager McLano of Kntnalo
plantation is in town.
H. .P. Fnyo came from WninifH
in tboVniisloitlo Sunday.
Mra. G. Hona of Woiluka,
Maui,arrived in the Xluau.
American MesHocKor Sorvico
open nil night. Telephone 444.
Orphttum eeats can bo boolcrd
by ringing up Telopuoue No. CIO.
Tho Pp.cifio Hardwnro Co', Ltd.,
i-lcction of oflicerB. Bee Now To
D. Howard Hitchcock, the artist
ft back from tho scene of Pole's
Pure soda walor, Ilia bo6t in
town. Hawtiiiau Soda Works.
Edgnr Wood, inbtrnctor at tlio
High School, is buck from the
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, 1. O. O.
FM meet thtH cvouitig in Harmony
Hall nt 7:30.
Nicely famished roomc at the
Popular noueo, lf4 J'"ort BlrcL-,
from $1.00 per week up. "
Dr. Poney, apaoinlist for Eye,
Ear, Tin oat and Noso diseuses
and Catarrh. Masonic Templo.
Twenty-five fiue larye ynung
lnnlos for sale, Mary E Fostrr.
See ad Honolulu Stock Yurdo
Iiemombor tho Amateur Orches
tra concert iu Progress Hnll to
morrow evening. Tho seats aro
going vory rapidly.
Prof. Hitchcock of Dartmouth
College, who has been visiting
the Volcano, returned iu the Ki
nau Saturday night.
Those interested in the affairs
of tho Bank of Hawnii, Ltd., aro
referred to page 8 whore the usual
half oarly balance sheet is pre
Tho regular monthly meeting
of the Woman's Board of Mission,
will meet on Tuesday, the 1st of
August, in Central Uniou Church,
at ii:3l) o'clock.
The narno of Man Yen KoDg
was inadvertently omitted from
the list of prize winners of Iolani
colleco. He took a prize in the
fourth cIubs for religious know
ledge. History of Hawaiian Islands,
ftom thoir discovery to the pre
sent time, by Prof. Alexander.
Tho only work publishod covering
this grouud. For sale only by the
Golden Rule Bazaar. Pi ice SI, CO.
New England Bakery & Candy
Co., Hotel streot manufacture a
fine lino of bread, pastry, wed
ding cakes, ice creams, sherbets
and candies finest in the oity
and prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Oswald Lutted, Mana
ger. The police raided and arrested
n lot of hoodlums who were play
ing baseball and othcrwiso break
ing the Sabbath iu Puuuui There
are several othor localities in town
where hoodlums congregate on
Sunday for various noisy pas
times. One of those is Piikoi
street in tho vicinity of tho Gov
While Jim Koloa, Alapai and
John Naiwi were busying them
selvPH over a jammed cartridge in
u 32 calibre revolver while near
tho Punahou trnmways stables
Sunday afternoon, the trigger
caught tho cap and sent a ball
into Koloa'n breast juht above tho
heart. Deputy Marshal Ob.il
lingworth removed the boy to the
hospittl, whore tho bullet wrb
extracted and today he is doing
Pictutes are always attrac
tive and just now, photos of
Island scenes are doubly so,
both on account of the interest
awakened and the beauty of
the subjects. KING BROS,
have a very excellent stock of
views to select from. No. 110
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Uullder of Hlch-Cradt
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
WorUi, Cos KINO ST.
P O Oox 6j) Telephone j6o.
jTrW rt""1"" -:7f-Tr.rir:-r-J-i.y
To Know about your food is
its purity. No one can afford
to overlook this important
thing in beverage. People
who know say that women
and children can use and be
sure of its absolute purity
mild and delicious
It's ideal for home use a trial
Desks Book Cases, Letter Files,
Document Files, Press Stands,
Chairs, Stools, &c, of all styles
and prices, just received ex the
bark "Mohican," and placed on
sale at our warerooms on Queen
street. We are prepared to outfit
your ohice complete. Our new
stock contains some of the very
latest and up-to-date time-saving
devices for business men. Call
and be convinced.
Oitice, Queen Street.
WE CAN SUPPLY
Off ice Partitions
In New and
Lewers & Cooke,
Latest styles. A large
invoice just received.
Wilder & Co., Ltd.
NHWS, ADVKRTISEMKNT AND
II4 King St FT 0. Box 93.
Klngslroot, nonr ltallroail Depot,
Pluinhor and Tinsmith.
All work promptly and carefully
attended to. 1277
Honpj Watorliouse k k
We have been authorized
to sell j l
HARZE1 : SAOEBBEUMEff
At jfa.oo per case of 50 bottles.
Owing to spurious imitations having been brought to
this market, the public is hereby notified that the only
"GENUINE SAUERBRUNNEN" is bottled by the Harzer
'Koenigsbrunnen-Quelle, and every bottle bears their trade
mark and stamp.
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltd
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
x a D.ieTjS - bkwk&t-,
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
ftlSDOI IKON WOEKS,
San -Ficsm.ciscOo Cstl.
Engineers and Builders.
PUMPING MACHINERY, HEINK I10II.ERS,
PLAIN TUHULAR ROILERS. CORLISS ENGINES,
CANK CARS, VACUUM PANS,
... Anil all Machinery for
OFFICE, Room 9, Spreckels Block, Honolulu, H. I.
1200 I J. Box 551.
ONE OP THE MANY REASONS WHY TO INSURE IN
WP GEWNITI LIFE IfljSUiyiRCE CO.
Of JVJETW YORK
In preference to other Companlei IS ITS UNEQUALLED FINANCIAL STRENGTH. While a few Com
panleseiceed It In aire mtrely, the Germanla holds a foremost position In point of financial strength, al
shown by the following exhibit :
AS3KT3 TO EACH S1.000 OP INSURANCR IN FORCE.
Insurance In force Admitted Assets Assets to IncAssett req.ta
Companies. Dee. )i, 1S98 Dec 31,1898. each $1000 mk oth Co' stj.
of Insurance as Germanla.
Ocrmania Life $70,556,268 $25,211,010 $329
Manhattan Llfo 57,100,444 15,322,501 1208 3,437,153
Equitable Llfo 087,157,131 257,700,512 201 07,120,085
New England Mutual 110,281,164 20,1011,074 2.'55 8,lCO,805.
Now York Life 044,021,10 215,044,811 220 94,402,112
Paclfla Mutual 18,522,754 3,303,530 178 2,708,938
Sun Llfo of Canada 40,603,4115 8.231,4:10 100 8,100,025
The figures of these columns are taken from the Annual Report of the Superlnttndent of the Insurance
Department of the State of New York for the year ending December 11, 1898.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
Judd Building, Honolulu. EMMETT MAY. Manager.
Island -Bred Horses
A small muubor of lirst-olasa, well-broil, well-brokor.
Island Horses. Suitablo for family nso. Can bo driven
singlo or double. Saddle Horses and Huuk Horses.
Notice o? Assessment.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the Directors of the HONOLULU
RAPID TRANSIT AND LAND CO.,
held at the Company's office on the 1st
Instant, an assessment of ten (10 per cent)
per cent was levied on the capital stoclt of
the Company, due and payable at the
Company's office, No. 411 Fort street, Ho
nolulu, from and after this date,
The shares upon which any assessment
may remain unpaid after thirty (10) days
from this date will be delared delinquent.
Honolulu, H. I. July 5U1, 1809.
J. A. GILMAN.
Secretary, H. R. T. & L. CO.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing assessments have been levied on the
Assessable StocU of the OLAA SUGAR
COMPANY, LIMITED, which are paya
ble at the office of Alexander & Baldwin :
2 per cent., or 50 cents a share, payable
on the first day of October, J809; and
2J1 per cent., or 50 cents a share, on the
first days of each month thereafter, to
and Including the first day of July, 1000.
By order of the Directors.
1 n pacti n
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Company, Limited, j
Monoiuiu, juiy inn, ieog. 1 2(19-2 w
212 King atroot, noxt to tho Arlington.
tho comploto oqulpmout of Sugar MU1.
O. W. MAOPABLA3fB.
to the Wise
You have just returned from
MOKUAWEOWEO . You have a
fine set of films or plates expos
ures made at the scene of eruption.
These you can NEVER DUPLI
CATE. They are probably some
what affected by the SULPHUR
FUMES. If you wish to be SURE
of SAVING THESE come to us
who are EXPERT CHEMISTS as
well as PHOTOGRAPHERS. You
will be more than satisfied.
42G Fort Street.
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Mj&i, ,:, ..AJm. k cwt- wiuwt