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J HE LUSNING J U.LLTJN: 1 OXOl.ULb, 11. I., MOiMJAl, l'Kl 11UA1JY 12, 11)00.
nLNRY H. WORlHlNBlOil,
Enfi!rct:r8 juid I5ulldcr8 olf lllfih Duty Pumping Etijiine.
tor Water Worko ond Irrigation.
THt SPECIAL AITbNTION OF PLAN I Al ION MANAGERS ANL
AGENTS Is valle J ti the fact that we carry In stock at our Oucrn treet warehouse
i Utk assortment of pumps lor all kinds of sugar house service, IncludinR vacuum
tamps air pumps, condensers, feeJ pumps, Juice pumis, mulase. pumps, etc., to
fthf with a complete stock of spare par's and valves f-r all sues. Careful attention
jlrtn all otders, and prompt shipment guaranteed.
Estimates furnished for complete Irrigation pumping plants of any capacity or
OfUce: Cor. Fort & Queen fcts., Honolulu, tl. I.
Warehouse: Cor. Queen &
E1SD0N IROjN WOMS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
Hi&h Duty Pumping Machinery,
.. Heine Hollers, Plain Tubu ar Boilers. Corliss Engines, Cane Cars,
Va.uum Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BilllUTANIA STREETS, - - HONOLULU. II. II.
H-YKMoKY LODGE No. 3,
I. O. 0. F.,
Mtota every Monday evening at 7:30,
tx Harmony Hall, Kins street.
J. D. McVUIOTI. N. G.
E. It. IIENDUY, Secretary.
All vlstlng brothers very cordially
rtYBTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P.,
Meets evrry Wednesday evening nt
I:M o'clock, Castlo Hall, Tort street
Splitting brothers cordla ly Invited to
ttend. S. J. SALTEt. C. C.
till A. E. MUlll'HY, K. it .8.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
It. A. M.,
Meets every third Tlmrtiday evening
Ut Masonic Temple. AM visiting com
jpanlons cordially Invited
A. F. GILKILLAN, II. P.
J. D. TUCKEIt. Secretary.
No. 1, K. T.
Meets in Masonic Temple on the sec
Mil Thursday evening of each month
M TliiUng Sir Knights courteously In
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
I. D. TUCEKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Keta every Thursday evening nt
Mlr Castle Hall, 420& Fort street, ni
fcM. Members of Mystic Lodgo No. 2
M.TUltlng brothers, cordially Invited
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. C.
m K. of U. anil S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1 ,A. & A. S. H.
Mil the first Thursday In each
Mtfc, at Masonic Temple. Sojourn-
tm and visiting brothers cordially in-
Mttf to attend all meetings
W. M., FRANK D. AUERDACH.
Mi IN B. SCRiMQEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
No. 124. A. & A .3. Rite.
Mated meetings on tho last Mon
ar of each month, in its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, W. M.
E. D. FKIE1., Secretary. .
QEO. W. DeLONO POST No.
45, G. A. R.,
Department of California and Nova
a, meets at Harmony Hall, King
rt, first Thursday evening of every
Uuath. Sojourning comrades am cor
Hall7 Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. (.'.
JAB. T. COPELAND. Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21.
t AND A. M.
tatcd meetings, first Monday each
Month. Special meltings, when called
twill be noted In this space).
Menbcrs Lodge Lo Progres. Pacific
todjre, and all sojourning brethren
ED. I. SPALDING, W M.
X. R. Q. WALLACE.Spcrctcry.
ENSIGN WORTH BARLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of
tfee United States of America, meets at
Harmony Hall, Kins street, every sec
ond and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:30 p. ni. Visiting comrades aro
All honory''.' """ced soldiers or
sailors, eltii'. -ti-- or volunteers,
ar eligible fc jicc..4hlp.
E. J. WILSON,
J. E. 8HKA1IAN. Adjutant.
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Waverly Block, Bothol street. Stan
iu magazines mid periodicals; 11
fcrary; billiard, pool and card tables
tor free use of members. Arrange
ments for transient visitors. Entrance
m 11.25, monthly dues $1. Open from
p a. m. to 11 p. m.
A. V. GEAR. President.
MUniS T. COPELAND, Recording Sec.
UJJCN D SCRIMQEOUR, Fin. Sec'y.
119 Klnft St.
CUllRCHi AW SOCIETY WOBK.
Cook Sts. Telephone sq6.
You aro worn out, tirod, can't put
tho onorgy you desire iutr. your
duties. Woll, tlion, you must try
Homothlng that will ovorconio this
feeling and refctoro you to poroct
From childhood wo aro taught to
rospoct tho curat! vo features of horbs.
Our grandmothers umh! thorn, and
woroi as a rule, vorscd In tho nrt of
proparlng romodioi from various
Wo havo u preparation that is of
tho old.fashlonod typo puroly vogo
tablo, mado of borlm with wlno. For
a gonoral toniu to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot 11 ml a liotter
For malarial disorders, loin of ap
petite, that tired fooling, loss of en
ergy, it Is a true' panacea.
Royal Bitten it the name,
They gave me ut my Mrth,
From Royal no one need rerain,
111 vie will itirely bring mirth.
Put up In pint bottlos nt CI) conU.
Hollister Drug Co,
Pumping 500 Gallons
At a Cost of Two Cts.,
Rider or Excelsior
HOT AIR ENGINE!
The motive power Is Hot Air; fuel,
Coal, Wood, Coke, Kerosene, Gasoline, or
See It working at the store of
Oceanic Gas and
I44l Electric Co., Ltd.
rugs ever imported, are now being displayed by
N. S- SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
i&i&u& THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. fcSS5&s5T"7
Ladies contemplating taking a trip to the coast should avail
themselves of"the choice assortment.
LtlCAL ANu MUM.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
iilur HuuHk, liil Kurt street, from $i.u
irr w.U up.
The Mnlire Island band concert vch
trrday was nry well attended, ''he
music was excellent.
Livery nnil boarding stables havo
been established by the Club Stnbleu ut
Lung Branch, Walklki.
The band will give n concert on (lie
grounds of the Executive building this
evening nt tho usual time.
.Manager Lulled of the New England
Bakery mny bo seen nt his oillco next
door to the Y. M. C. A., Hotel street.
Ah soon us tho Knlmlloa has been
taken off the marine railway the Mo
kolll will bo placed thcro for repair..
No rooms left nt Walklki Inn. but
there Is plenty of room In tho Pacltlc
for nil of Honolulu to bathe, nil for 25
Ah Fnr. one of the best newsboys In
the Bulletin crowd was very unfor
tunately caught In iiiarnntlne In Mu
The closing of tenders for tho addi
tion to the Honolulu Postolllce lias
been postponed until Wednesday. Feb.
1 Ith. 11)00. See New Today.
Shareholders In tho Nahlku Susa."
Co., Ltd., are notlllcd thnt the third
assessment of ten per cent Is din mid
payable March 1st, nt tho olllcos of
Alexander A. Baldwin. See Now To
A white man on a King street car
fell into the sewer ditch near tho cor
ner of Alnpal and King streets nt about
G o'clock last evening whllo uttfmpt
tlng to alight. He was unconscious
when lifted out but recovered later on.
The ditch Is a most dangerous place
as it is not renceil.
"The Hawaiian Scenic Calendar" for
1000, published only by tho Golden
Rulo Bazanr, 316 Fort street, is a beau
.iftil work of art. It ccMpscs all pre
vious efforts In this lino nnd nothing
would be more appropriate t this time
than to mall one of these ti the Mollis
nt home." Prlca 50 cents.
Tnc Lo Munyon Photo Supply Ot.
calendar for 1900 arrived on tho Gaelic
and is on salo nt their storo at No. 42C
Fort street. Mr. Lo Munyon lias spar
ed no pains to make it tho finest and
most clito calendar ever published in
the world. It will bo strictly three col
or process work and very elaborate,
being done from Mr. Lo Munyon's own
Tho uso of tho Singer in mMllona of
homes shows tho unpreccdentvt suc
cess of these ideal sewing m Ines.
It Is convincing proof that tht. Singer
excels in all kinds of family wng
and art needle work. All our i "ing
machines are of tho best construcjon,
beautifully decorated, and uro mounud
on slccctcd woods in finely finished
cabinets of artistic designs. B. Ber
gersen, agent. 16 Botnel street.
The 1. nd will pluy the following su
lections nt a concert on tho grounds
or tlio Kxccutivc building at the usual
time this evening:
Overture "King's Lieutenant" ...Tltl
Ilallad "Rood-Night" Kucken
Selection "Hose of Castile" . . . Ilalfe
(a) "I'mi Ohulii" "Hlkl no me A"u"
Miss J. Kelilna.
(It) "Like no a Like" "Main I lie An"
Mrs. N. Alnpal.
Selection "Tho Host Ever" ...Maeklo
(Javottc "Bremen" Stelnhaiiser
Waltz ".lonnthnn" Mlllooker
March "Whistling Unfits" Mills
"Tho Star Spangled Banner.-'
If you are fona oi picti rec,
drop in and look over the i 1 e h
lot of Copley Prints, Carbi rs.
and London Prints, covei ng
over filty subjects of the vtry
KING BROS .
1 10 -rAi treet.
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
Doilfni-r nnJ Builder of High-Grade
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Wnrks, 6j KINfi ST.
P. O. Box Gjj. Ttl-rhcna i(m
The swellest line of
LYNCHING IN TIIO SOUTH.
Washington. .Inn. :;i--ln the House
today Mr. Llnney spoke on elections
and lynoliliisH In (lie South. The lack
of free elections, he said, was tho only
Infirmity In our governmental system.
In exact proportion as people were de
prived of their voles, lie said, lynch
ItigH and nssasslnntlons were prevalent.
Since 1801 thcro had been nn nvcrage
of HO lynchlngs each year In the
White of North Carolina, the only
colored representative In the Mouse,
I have Investigated the lynching In
the South and 1 find that less than 15
per cent of them are duo to the crime
of rape; nnd 1 desire to announce here
that if It were not for the assault') of
whlto men upon black women .hero
would bo loss of the oilier class.
Tho public galleries contained ninny
colored people, who applauded this ut
Wllllnms of Mississippi made warm
defense of the action of certain South
ern States in disfranchising the Ignor
ant and Illiterate. He stated upon his
honor that since 1S95 no man had dccii
defeated In office by fraud or force.
Ho frankly avowed that Mississippi
had sought by her Constitution 13 sup
press tho ignorant and Illiterate nnd
tho Supremo Court had sustained the
constitutionality of her constitution.
In Mississippi, said he, tho law had
been violated by murder, arson, rape,
but no man had ever been shot down
because he wanted to work.
Washington, .Inn. 30. A court of
Inquiry will ho convened to consider
tho scandals In the enso of the trans
port Mnnauense. This court will sug
gest what proceedings by court-martial
shall ho taken against tho ofllcers at
San Francisco who arc responsible for
the terrible conditions which prevail
ed on tho cgstwnrd trip of the Mnnau
ense. Tho (iovernnient will not settle with
the owners of tho Mnnauense until the
responsibility for her breaking down
has been established, nnd this will
havo tho effect of forcing the appoint
ment of n court of Inquiry on her nr
rivnl at San Francisco.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our yallery of lift
size royal photos, from KanVhumeha
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street
i K AC 1
Bounded by Keeoumoku, Kinau,
Piikoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretania
street cai line'vi'i?''if "'vis''
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
the cooling breezes of Alakiki.
Lots Sox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms, 5250 cash, balance on in
stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence building operations.
Early purchasers can secure choice locations. '
For further particulars apply to c'
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
'C-Jvo ;. or Irtonstod
Large stock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakurt. Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a spsciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Grocers. . . .
The Waterho sp, Store, I
Bethel street. Telephone 24
Ju t Received :
Cape Cod Cranberries,
Atmore's Mince Meat,
Condensed Mince Meat,
Apples, Turnips, Hams,
New Crop Nuts and Raisins,
Cream Chocolate Tablets, Jams,
Jellies, Shrimps, Table Fruits, Olives,
Oregon Burbank Potatoes, Crackets and Cakes, &c, &c.
I Telephone ill).
- uiS - fciSMi!
The McMyre Store,
I Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephon m.
-1 -H- -H- -H- -W- 1
212 King fctroot, noxt to tho Arlington.
The Srtaing Bulletin, 75 cent ?er
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