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'IDE LYEN1KG lUJl'JJX: 1 0201 VLL, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, I?E1 BUABY 14, 1000.
HENRY R. W0RTHINGT0N,
finjiSnecra unci Builders of Ulfih Duty Pumping Engines
for Water Works und Irrlgution.
THC SPECIAL AlTbNTIO.N OF HLANIAIION MANAGERS AND
AGENHJ Is called U the fact that we carry In stock at our Queen street warehouse
Iwro assortment of pumps for all klnJs of sugar house service, Including vacuum
vups air pumps, condensers, feed pumps. Juice pumj-s, molasses pumps, etc., to
ttbu with a complete stock of spare r sr' alves fr all sizes. Careful attention
Ilt.n all orders, and prompt: jhlpmer .... teed. r!tmfHv n,
estimates tumisneu lor cumiicic iui.uiuii puui'UKi h , .., -
Office: Cor. Fort & Queen Sts., Honolulu, II. I.
Warehouse: Cor. Queen K
R1SD0N IROjN WOJtKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
High Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heme Hollers, Plain Tubu ar Boilers, Corliss Engines, Cane Girs,
Vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the complete eiiulpmen of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BERHTANIA STREETS. - - HONOLULU. It. II.
HAKMuNY LODGE No. 3.
I. O. O. P.,
MteU every Monday evening at T.30,
U Hirmouj Hall, King otrcct.
J. D. McVEIGH. N. G.
H. R, HENDRY, Secretary.
All vlBtlng brothers vory cordially
MY8T1C LODGE No. 2,K. of I'.,
MeU ever- Wednesday evening at
CI o'clock, Cnstlo Hall, Fort street.
Waiting brothers cordln ly Invited to
ttend. S. J. SALTEit, G. C.
Ull A. E. MURPHY. K. R .S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER" No. 1.
It. A. M.,
Meets every third Thursday ovculng
(a Masonic Temple. AH visiting com
nmlons cordially Invited
A. K. GILFlLIiAN, H. P.
J. D. TUCKER. Secretary.
No. L Iv. T.
MMti In Masonic Tcmplo on tho sec
M4 Thursday evening of each month.
I TlciUng Sir KnJguts courteously lu-
HENRY E. COOPER, K. C.
. D. TUCEKER. Recorder.
OAUU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Maeta every Thursday evening at
pfettr Castle Hall, 420V& Fort street, at
rM. Members of Myotic Lodge No. 2,
M TlstUng brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. C.
ML K. ot K. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1 ,A. & A. S. 11.
acts the Drat Thursday In each
Bath, at Masonic Tcmplo. Sojourn-
fee and visiting brothers cordially In-
Mai to attend all meetings
W. M.. FRANK D. AUERDACH.
1TALAN B. SCRIMGEOUR, Secretary.
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
No, 124, A. & A .S. Rite.
Mated mtxtlngs on the last Mou
ar of each month, in Us hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE. V. M.
H. B, FRIEL, Secrctnry.
GEO. W. DeLONG POST No.
1G, O. A. It..
Department of California and Nova
a. meets nt Harmony Hall, Kin?
iret, first Thursday evening ot overj
.ftwrnth. Sojourning comrades are cor
Hy Invited to nticcd.
W. L. EATON, V. C.
JAB. T. COPELANDAdjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
F. AND A. M.
tated meetings, first Monday each
jtonth. Special mettlugs, when cnlled
rill bo noted In this spneo).
Moaibors Lodge I.e Progrea, Pacific
Mtipe, and all sojourning brethren
ED. I. SPALDING, W M.
X. K. Q. WALLACE, Secretory.
ENSIGN WORTH BAGLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of
the United States of America, meets ni
Harmony Hall, Kin1; street, every sec
ond and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:30 p. in. Visiting comrades are
All honora'v 'god soldiers oi
tailors, cltu'. -i- or volunteers
ro eligible fc. nec.tr'Ship.
E. j. WILSON,
J. B. SHEAHAN, Adjutnnt.
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Wnverly Block, Bethel street. Stan
mt magazines and periodicals; 11
rry; billiard, pool und card tabie,
ur free use of members. Arrange
mtnte (or transient visitors. Entranut
1m 11.25. monthly dues $1. Open fron
1 a. m. to 11 p. m.
A. V. GEAR, President.
IAHT.3 T. roi'ELAND. Recording Sei
XLKN U SCRIMGEOUR, Fin. Sec'
119 King St.
CmiRCM' Nn OCIETY WORK.
cook Sts. 1 eiepnone soo.
You are worn out, tired, can't put
tho onorgy you detfro Intc. your
dutloK. Well, then, you must try
Romothiiig that will ovorcoinu this
feeling nnil rofctoro you to perfoct
From childhood wo nro taught to
respect tho curntivo foaturos of horbn.
Our grandmother usotl thorn, and
were, bh a rule, voiced In tho art of
preparing romodlos from various
Wo liavo a preparation that Is of
tho old-fashioned type purely vego
tablo, mado of horbs with wino. For
a genoral tonic to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot find a totter
For malarial dlnordors,.lowi of ap
petite, that tired feeling, loss of en
ergy, It Ih a true- panacoa.
Royal Bitten it the mine,
They gave me at my birth,
From lloyal no one need rerain,
71 uie ill mrely bring mirth.
Put up in pint bottlon at SO cents.
Hollister Drug Co.
Pumping. 500 Gallons
At o Cost oi Two Cts.,
Rider or Excelsior
HOT AIR ENGINE!
The motive nower 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. . SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
tfe&li&qi&it THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. 2tf?5wS?2i57,"
Ladies contemplating taking a trip to the coast should avail
LOCAL AND titiNfiKAL.
New York, Feb. ".Sugar Raw.
strong; refined, linn.
Two eholco lots In Mnnun for sale.
See i'or Sale column.
Position wanted as nurse or house
keeper. See ,ant column.
TheiP were but thliteen cabin pass
cngois nboaru tho Australia.
For sale, cosy four room house on
Muklkl street. See For Sale column.
George llnffner, Jeweler, lias moved
to Vineyard street near the Queen ho
Frtd Walker returned ' from San
Francisco In tho Australia this morn
ing. Nicely furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular House, 151 Fort Btrcot, from $l.ui'
per week up.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chase returned
from San Frnncisco In the Australia
Livery and boarding stables have
been established by Ilia Club Stables nt
Long Branch, Wniklki.
No rooms left nt Wniklki Inn, but
there is plenty of room In tho Pacltlc
for nil of Honolulu to bathe, all for 25
The members of the Amateur Or
chestra will meet In the Y. M. C. A.
hall for rehearsal at "'HO o'clock
Holders of assessable stock in the
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd., are no
tified thai all assessments due and re
maining unpaid Feb. 15th wll lbccomo
delinquent. See New Today.
The fifth assessment of A per cent
per sliaro levied on tho assessable stock
of the Mclirydo Sugar Co., Ltd., Is
duo March 1st and will bo delinquent
on April 1st. Sec New Today.
Henry Smith, master, has Hied u :c
port on the llnal account of Margaret
Coues. executlrx of tho will of Robert
N. Cowes, her deceased husband. With
tho corectlon of somo clerical errors
he lccommends that the account be al
lowed. 1 "Tho Hawaiian Scenic Cnlendnr" for
1900, published only by the Golden
Rule Bazaar, 31C Fort street. Is n beau
lful work of art. It cc'lpses all pre
vious efforts In this lino nnd nothing
would ho more appropriate t tMs time
than to mail ono of theso ti the 'oiks
at home." Pries CO cents.
Tho uso of tho Singer In m.'UIons ot
homes shows tho unpreccden; d suc
cess of these Ideal sowing ma Mncs.
It Is convincing proof that tru Singer
excels In all kinds of family Vug
and art needle work. All our I "lng
machines are of the best construe, on,
beautifully decorated, and uro mountbd
on sleected woods In finely finished
cabinets ot artistic designs. B. Ber
cersen, agent. 1C Bothnl street
Port Albert nt llllo.
Illlo, Feb. 10. I Ilia has become the
rendezvous of tho U. S. Noah Arks, In
stead of Honolulu. It Is supposed they
mistake Mnuna Kea for Mount Ararat.
Tho last arrival Is the Port Albert,
sixteen dnyH from Seattle, with 510
head of horses nnd mules. Sho will
sail for Manila tomorrow or Monday.
Captain Parker, who has ehargo of
tho stock, says he landed the anlmiiN
without a silicic nccldent.
llonoi-H for Col. Little.
Gilbert F. Littlo has bad conferred
upon him tho Thirty-third Degree of
Masonry while In Washington. This
Is the highest degree attainable nnd can
only be obtained by election to the
placo left Micant by the death of a
Miuon having thnt degree.- llllo Tri
bune. Fibh Inspector Berndt has
come acn.ss some very curious
and beautiful fah I.Uelv which
are be? pan.i,d by KING
BROS, arti;-'- A very peculiar
crab h on view in KING
BROS, vindnw, Hotel street.
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
Designer anl HulUer of Illcii-tiraJc
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Wnrks.'toi KING ST.
P. O. Dux6i. 1lTlion 7C0.
The swellest line of golf capes
ofjjthe choice assortment.
BRITONS ARE DISGUSTED.
London. Fen. 1, 2:50 p. in.. In the
absence of exciting war nows, tho nn
t Ion nnd the newspapers havo had tlmo
to discover tho utter lack of relation
between tho feeling of tho people und
the temper of tho Government ns
demonstrated In Parliament, where,
Instead of lellevlng tho grave nnxlcty
of the country by tho declaration of
measures, It Is proposed to take in
behalf of the national safety, the Min
isters continue to demonstrate their
Inability to grasp tho situation by bent
ting the air with recriminations, sclf
accusatory defense nnd bickerings as
to the degree of responsibility attach
able to tho respective departments of
the Government. The disgust, almost
despair, noticeable on nil sides, Is
voiced by tho ultra-mlnlsterlnl organ,
the Globe, which saysr
"The heart of mo empire seems para
lyzed, while Its extremities nro In full
vigor. Thus far only ono Htntesmnu
In the front rank has struck tho right
note, and that Is Ixird Rosobery."
Tho actual news from South Africa I?
of little Interest. Gcncuil Duller main
tained silence as to his future move
ments, but It Is generally supposed he
Is maturing another attempt to reach
A letter appears today from a Han
overian olllccr formerly of the 22d
Gorman Infantry but now among tho
military advisers of tho Boers which
says that nearly 10,000 trained Euro
pean soldiers. Including quite 300 otn
cers, are among tho Boers. Referring
to tho military situation nt Lady
smlth, the olllcers says:
"Owing to tho strength of our posi
tion on u circle of heights llko Sedan,
wo cannot bo brushed nsldo except by a
relief column outnumbering us 2 to 1."
Owing to the discovery that cotton
khnki Is insullk'lcnt piotcctlon for
troops sleeping on the South African
plnlns, tho Government Is starting to
reclothc the forces In the field with
woolen khnkl, and has alicady ordered
95,000 suits In Glnsgow alone.
There Is only ono Jesse Mooro Whls
Key In the world and thnt Is cold nnd
nure. LovoJoy & Co. nro distributors
for tho Hawaiian Inlands
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, trom Kamehameha
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Foit Strom ::
I BASEBALL J
Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau, J
Piikoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla 3
street car line-5''''''''5.' 1
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi- ,
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with T
L lilt LUlMlllt; UI-v-i.wJ Jl jiiiirviitia
X Lots jox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
Driceof $i.2c0. Terms, $2t;0 cash, balance on in
stallments, payments to suit purchaser. T
This land has a very .eentle slope, and purchasers i
can immediately commence building operations.
Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
For further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Gvci ;i or Honfc.ted
Large stock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Telephpne 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Grocers. . . .
2 33igf Stores 2
The Waterho'jse Store, The Mc Intyre Store,
Bethel street. Telephone 24. Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Tekphon aa.
Just Received :
Cape Cod Cranberries,
Atmore's Mince Meat,
Condensed Mince Meat,
Apples, Turnips, H.ims,
New Crop Nuts and Raisins,
Cream Chocolate Tablets, Jams,
Jellies, Shrimps, Table Fruits, Olives,
Oregon Burbank Potatoes, Crackeis and Cakes, &:., &c.
Judd Building. 7
VAN CAMP'S BEANS, VAN CAMP'S
MACARONI and CHEESE, COOKED
SAUERKRAUT, CORN, PEAS, SAR
DINES IN MUSTARD, VESTIBULE
PARLOR MATCHES DRIED FRUITS
FULL VARIETY, CAVIAR. Etc., Etc.
212 King street, noxt to the Arlington,
nnntvK BulMln, 75, cenu ri
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