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HENRY H. WORTHINBT
EnfiSTieers and Uuiidcrs of llifih Ditty Pumping Engines
for W liter Works and Irrigation.
THC SPbClAL A1IENTION OF PI AN IA I ION MANAGERS AM;
AGEM rS Is called to the fact that we carry In sti U .it o-jr Queen strct warehouse
l&rze assortment of pumps for all kinds of sug.i.- house service, InJuJItiR vacuum
poops air pumps, condensers, feed pumps, juke pumis, molass-es pumps, etc., to
lthr with a complete stocV: of spare pans anJ valves f.r all sues. Careiul attention
lrm all orders, and prompt shipment guarantee J. ,.,.,
Estimates furnished for complete Irrigation pumplns plants of any capacity or
Office: Cor. Fort t Queen Sts., Honolulu, II. 1.
Warehouse: Cor. Queen & Cook Sts. Telephone wG. .,
BISDQI IKON WOKKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
Hi&h Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Bmlers, Plain Tubu ar Rollers, Corhss knmes, Cane Cars,
Vacuum Pans, and all maJunerv for the complete equipment of Sugir Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
FORT AND BURUTANIA STREETS. - - HONOLULU. II. II.
UARMuNY LODGE No. 3.
I. 0. O. P.,
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30,
Ib Harmony Hall, K.ng street.
J. D. McVKlOH. N. G.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
All vlatlng brothers very cordially
fJYSriC LODGE No. 2, K. of 1'.,
ftincta every Wednesday evening nt
t:! o'clock, Camlo Hall. Fort street.
JS inIUng brothers cordia ly Invited to
ttcni S. .1. SALTEil, C. C.
lh A. E. MUUP1IY, K. it .3.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1.
U. A. M.,
Meet every third ThurHdny evening
U Masonic Temple. AM visiting com
ABlcms cordially Invited
A. P. OILFILLAN, H. P.
No. 1, It T.
KtelB In Masonic Templo on the scc-
ti Thursday evening of each mouth.
fkH Tliitlng Sir Knlghta courteously In-
HENRY K. COOPER, E. C.
i. D. TUCE1CER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, IC of P.
Mftets every Thursday evening at
Sttlr Castle Hall, 420i Port street, at
M. Membnra of Mystic Lodge No. 3
riiltlng brothers, cordially iuvlted
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. C.
Oil K. ofR. nndS.
""" nuuanucha'pter rose
No. 1 .A. & A. S. R.
KMti the first Thursday In each
iMi, at Masonic Templo. Sojourn-
9M and visiting brothers cordially In-
M4 to attend all meetings
W. M.. FRANK B. AUERBACH.
1UJLN B. SCRIMOEOUR, Secretary.
LODGE LE PBOGRES DE
No. 121, A. & A .S. Rite.
Btatal meetings on the last Mon
itor of each month, In Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, V. M.
B. B. FRIEL, Secrotnry.
GEO. W. DeLONG POST No.
45, G. A. It.,
Department of California and Novn
a. meets at Harmony Hall, King
Mroct, first Thursday evening of evory
fenta. Sojourning comrades are cor
Bally Invited to aticcd.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
iAB. T. COPELAND. Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
P. AND A. M.
tatod meetings, first Monday each
month. Special mattings, when called
(will bo noted In this spaco).
tenners Lodgo Lo Progrea. Pacific
iife, and all sojourning brethren
ED. I. SPALDINO, W M.
X. ft. O. WALLACE. Secretary.
IN8IGN WORTH BAGLKV
' No. 171,
Regular Army and Navy Union of
tte United States of America, meets nt
Harmony Hall, Kin? street, every sec
ond and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:39 p. m. Visiting comrades are
All honora. "V-gcd soldlors or
Bailors, clt'uc. a or volunteers,
are fcllglblo fc- Jiei.n-Tthlp.
E. J. WILSON,
J. E. HHEAHAN, Adjutant.
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Waverly Block, Bethel street. Stan
tiaii magazines and periodicals; II
ferary; billiard, pool and card tables
tor troo uso of members. Arrange
rata for transient visitors. Entrance
In fl.25, monthly dues 1. Open from
a. m. to 11 p. m.
A. V. GEAR. President.
flUGES T. COPELAND, Recording Sec.
tfcLEN a SCRIMOEOUR. Pin. Sec'y.
119 King. st
OnrKCH' fr SOCIETY WORK.
You nro worn out, tlrod, i-nu't put
tho energy you deslro Into your
dutlec Well, tlion, you must try
Homethliig that will ovorcome this
foellng and restore yon to ierfcel
From childhood wo nro taught to
respect the curat! vn featurow of horVs.
Our KrandmotherM usod them, and
wore, an n rule, vorM-d In tho art of
preparing romodloH from vnrloiu
Wo lmvo k preparation thKt Ib of
tho old-fashlonod tyie purely vege
table, mndo of horlm with wlno. For
a Ronoral tonic to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot tlnd a liettor
For malarial dlsorderx, Ioki of ap
petite, that tlrod fooling, low of an
orgy, It Is a truo panacea.
Royal ffiltert it the name.
They gare me at my birth,
From Ilmjal no one need refrain,
lit ute irill turely bring mirtlu
Put up In pint liottloH at 5(1 rent.
Hollister Drug Co.
Pumping. 500 Gallons
At a Cost o? Two Cts.,
Rider or Excelsior
HOT AIR ENGINE!
The motive power Is Hot Air: fuel,
Coal, Wood, Coke, Kerosene, Gasoline, or
See It worltini: at the store of
Oceanic Gas and
., Electric Co., Ltd.
rugs ever imported, are now being displayed by
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
-i-wte THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. JS??
Ladies contemplating taking a trip to the coast should avail
themselves of "the choice assortment.
QUE EVENING iriLETJN: HONOLULU,
LuCAL AND BBNBKAL.
The Hull Kails for Kauai ports llii-.
Paul Egry haB joined tho Hawnllnn
The Gpnes3lln that nrrled olf poit
yi'Htrrrtny has 2,050 tonn of coal.
Meeting of tho Womnn'n Board nt
Mlsslonn In tVntrnl Union rhurch HiIh
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular House, 1CI Fort street, from $1.01)
per week up.
Tomorrow In Saint Valentine's Day.
Purchase your valentines at the Golden
' Livery and boarding slnblrs have
been established by the Club Stables at
1 Long Bunch, WaiUlld.
There uas n large attendance at the
hand MiKirt on tne grounds of 'lie
E'cecutlte building lact evening.
Mocntlitht concert In Thomas Su i .i"
at the usual time this evening. An i x
relleut program has been arrnugid
No looms left nt Wnlklkl Inn, but
thcro Is plenty of loom In tho I'arlilc
for all of Honolulu to bathe, all for "5
The Dm meeting of the i'enlel Mi-"
slon since the (iii.irantlno will be held
In the headquarters on Ntiuunu tr
There Is only one Jesse Moore Wills
Key In the world and that Is cold and
onre. Lovcjoy & Co. are distributors
for tho Hawaiian Islands
Meeting of the Council of State at .".
o'clock tills afternoon to consider the
question of a further appropriation of
510.000 as asked for by the Hoard of
Dr. Hoffman is authority for the
statement that, at no time dining the
illness of Mr. Aiinntiong Smith did
that gentleman show any symptoms of
The Triangle Literary Club will have
its llrst meeting next Monday evening.
Although action has already been
tekeu on the Infected South street
building the fire department has tak
en no steps as yet toward burning the
"The Hawaiian Scenic Calendar" for
1900, published only by tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, 31C Port street. Is a benu
.iful work of art. It cc'lpses all pre
vious efforts In this line nnd uothlng
would bo moro appropriate -t tMs time
than to mall ono of theso to the 'oiks
nt home." Pries CO cents.
Tbo Lo Munyon Photo Supply C-u.
calendar for 1900 arrived on the Gaelic
and is on ?alc at their store at No. 426
Fort street. Mr. Lo Munyon has spar
ed no pains to maka It tho finest and
most elite calendar over published In
tho world. It will bo strictly tbreo col
or procesB work nnd very claborato,
being dono from Mr. Lo Munyon's own
At a meeting of the dlrectois of the
Y. M. C. A. last evening It was de
cided to open the educational claspcs
nt once. In accordance with this the
classes In mechanical drawing and
arithmetic will meet Wednesday night,
tho bookkeeping class on Thursday,
the shorthand class a week from Wed
nesday and the class In Hawaiian Fri
day evening. The Workers' Bible
class will meet at 0:30 o'clock Friday
evening and tho gymnasium will open
In full forco early next week.
ThomriK Sqiuirc Music.
The band will piny tho following
selections nt u conceit In Thomas
Square at tin iimnl time this evening:
Overture "Tancredl" . .
Selection "I Due l"o.carl" ..
MIfs J. Kelllna.
(b) Aloha no Wan. Moan! ki
Mrs. N. Alapai.
Sell ctlim -"Rag Melodies" ..
Walt?.--"The Source" .. . Waldteufel
Polka "Red and Black" Cooto
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
C1IAS. D. WALKER,
Designer nJ tlullJcr uf HlKh-GraJe
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Wnrics. C9 KINO ST.
I'. O. box 6)i. Telifhone ?Go
U. 1, lUEgJM, FE1BLWKY 13, 1000.
INCP.BASn OP EXPOUTS.
Wiuilittigton, .Inn. 2S. Manufactur
ers were upp:u cully busiest In IhN
countiy In IX!)'J. Tlioy Increased their
Importations of mnteiials for use In
manufacturing .13 per cent over the
busy year of 1S9S, and actually Increas
ed their exportatlons of manufactures
nearly 25 per cent, so that tho grand
total of miinufactiiies cxpoitcd during
the year t cm-lies $2SO.O0O.00, and
seems likely to touch the $100,000,000
line In the fiscal year which ends .June
30, 1900. Expoits of manufacturer,
which In 1S98 averaged $23,000,000 a
month, averaged over $31,000,000 a
month In 1S99, or moro than $1,000,000
for every day In the calendar year. Ite
glnnlng with $2o,S00,870 In January,
1899, the llgures gicw steadily until
December showed $3.,(ir,2,0.'i3, Decem
ber nnd March of 1899 showing larger
xportntlniiH of mnnufncturiH than
those of any preceding month.
Not only nic the exports of manuf.'.r
turcs In 1S99 the largest In any year,
but they form a larger percentage of
the total exports than those of any
preceding year, the percentage being
for tho calendar year 1S99. 30.1 per
rent, for 189S 21.9 per cent nnd lor
1S97 23.9 per cent. Ono of the most
striking features of the foicigu tr-ide
growth has been tho wonderful devel
opment of commerce with Japan nnd
China. During the fiscal year 1S99
the value of merchandise exchanged
with these two countries, Including tho
port of Hongkong, l cached $S7,30.",,GSS.
The value of 1S89, ten years before,
was n little more than half as lerre,
amounting to only $tC,29l,ir,7.
Snvcil Prom the lliircni.
Constantinople. Jan. 31. Owing lo
the refusal of tho Minister of lustlce,
Abdurrahman Pnshn, to hand over the
Ilfteen-year-old Italian girl. Silvia
Cornell, who had been placed In a
harem of n Turkish officer, tho Italian
Ambassador, Slgnor A. Pnnzl, sent an
ultimatum to tho Porlc. declaring that
unless the girl wns surrendered to the
Italian Embassy today diplomatic rela
tions between the two governments
would be tiipturcd.
Late in the afternoon the nirl wns
conducted to the Italian Emhr.s4" and
hnnded over to her father.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
1 Visitors arc cordially invited to
1 call and inspect our gallery of life
jsize royal photos, from Kamchanieha
I. to date.
At tho Old Stnnil
I OuFortStront ::
The swellest line of golf capes
eiik.ui tiuu L.UUUIUU csircuLo, umy
one block from the Beretonla ji
Tin's tract is situated
f stallments, payments to
ze dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
jv, the cooling breezes of Alakiki.
fe Lots ox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable ?
price of $i,2c0. Terms, $2c;0 cash, balance on in- J
can immediately commence building operations.
i Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
r For further particulars apply to
k GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
) Judd Building.
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Large btocU of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd-
Grocers. . . .
The Waterhoise Store,!
Bethel street. Telephone 24.
Just Received :
Cape Cod Cranberries,
Atmore's Mlnce Meat,
Condensed Mlnce Meat,
Apples, Turnips, Hams,
New Crop Nuts and Raisins,
Cream Chocolate Tablets, Jams,
Jellies, Shrimps, Table Fruits, Olives,
Oregon Burbank Potatoes, Crackeis and Cakes, &c.,: &i
isi j. .. i.
in one of the finest resi
suit purchaser. 1j5:
The fflc Intyre Store,
I Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephone .
S12 King stroo . nnxt to tho ArllnKton,
vUvi BnltoOn, 71 ctaU yst