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JliL J MiMMi IIJJJ'J: 1UMJUL, U. J., 'J III JibJJA J, l'EI UL'Al.Y Jfi. Iii 0
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CTiii'.r.eerS tmJ Ultilders oJ llla'i Duty Pumping Lngiiiec
toW'M'Jittr Worke ami Irri&iiiou.
THl SPECIAL 'AHb'IION UI- I'LAMAllUN .MANAGERS ANL
AGES' lb Is called ti the Ua that we wry In stock at our yucen street warehouse
Urge assortment of pumps lor all kinJ of sugar house ser lit , Including v.nuum
pimps air pumps, condensers, feed pumps, mice pumts, m..ljse pumps, etc., to
fhf w ith a complete stock ol spare v ' -al vr f r all sizes. Careful attention
jlrtn all orders, and prompt shlpmer v . uea.
Estimates furnished tor compleU irrigation pumping plants of any capacity ot
OJIicc: Cor. Port & Queen Sts.. Honolulu, II. 1.
Warehouse: Cor. Queen & Cook Sts. Telephone 556.
R1SO0N IRON WORKS,
ENGINEERS AND GUILDERS.
Hih Duty Pumping Machinery,
Ilelnr Hollers, P.aln lubu ar Boilers, Corhss Engines, Cane Cars,
Vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the lomplete equipnieii' of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND KERITl'ANIA STREETS. - - HONOLULU. II. II.
llAUMoNY LODGE No. 3.
I. O. 0. P.,
Utitt every Monday evening nt 7:30,
ta Unruiuny Hail, K.ng street.
J. I). McVTMUH. N. Q.
E. It. IIUKDKY, Secretary.
All vlstlng brothers very cordially
itfYSTiC LODGE No. 2,'k. of 1'.,
Meeti oviry Wednesday evening at
S:88 o'clock, Castlo Hall, Fort street.
Whiltlng brothers coidlaly Invited to
Attend. 3. .1. SALTIiit. C.
UU A. E. MUItl'IIY, K. U
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. l",
R. A. M
Wecta every third Thursday evening
Is Masonic Temple. AM vlRltlug com
ysnlona cordially Invited
A. F. GILP1LLAN, H. P.
J.p. TUCKER, Secretary.
HONOLULU COMMANDERY '
No. 1. K. T.
Meets In Masonic Tcmplo 011 the &?c
wmi Thursday evening of each mouth.
M rtuilug Sir Knights courteously In
0te4. HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
J. D. TUCEKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Kteu every Thursday evening at
Wtox Castle Hall, 420 Port street, at
ft-M. Mocnbers of MyBtlc Lodgo No. 2,
ap4 TUltlng brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. C.
m K. of It. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1 ,A. & A. S. R.
KMta tho first Thursday In'oach
itn, at Masonic Tcmnlo. Sojourn-
and vUltlng brothers cordially In-
1 to attend nil meetings
W. M.. FRANK D. AUERDACII.
HUN B. SCRIMOEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE LE PROQRES DE
No. 121, A. & A .S. Rite,
tated meetings on the last Mon
te of each month, In Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, W. M
K. n. FRIEL. Secretary.
GEO. W. DpLONQ POST No.
45, G. A. It.,
Department of California nnil Nova-
U. meets at Harmony Hall, Kin
trtrtt, first Thursday evening of every
Bicath. Sojournlrt coinrndos nro cor-
iuij invueu 10 utiecil.
W. L. EATON. P. C
T. COPELAND. Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODOE No. 21.
J AND A. M.
Stated meetings, first Monday each
month. Special rnettlugu, when called
iwlll b noted In this spaco).
Members Lodgo Lo Piori-lm. Pnolflc
mle, and all flojournliig brethren
ED. I. SPALDING, W V.
r. K. 0. WALLACE. Sccreloiy.
ENSIGN WORTH UAOLEY
Regular Auny and Navy Union of
the United Stales of America, meets at
Harmony Hall, KIn; street, every sec
ond and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:30 p. m. Vlsltius comrades are
All honor' ''Rcd soldiers or
ailors, cltu' tC- or volunteers,
are ellglblo Sc aien...fjhlp.
E. J. WILSON,
J. E. SHEAHAN. Adjutant.
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Wavrrly Block. Bethel street. Stan
juari magnilur-s nnd periodicals; 11
ftrary; billiard, pool and en id tabes
tor free use of members. Arrango
rTit for traiiHlent visitors. Entrnncp
(m 11.25, monthly dues $1. Open from
1 a. m. to 11 p. m.
A V GEAR, President
tiMTZS T. COPELAND. Recording Sec.
U.LEN l! SCRLMGEOUR. Pin Sec'y
119 King St.
tIIRCH' NI SOCIETY WOKK.
The Dvmung Bulivtln, 7S cents rer
You nro worn nut, tired, can't Jiut
tho onorgy you rieMru into your
dutloH. Well, tlion, you must try
something tlmt will ovorcomo this
feeling and rostoro you to perfect
Prom childhood wo nro taught to
rospoct tliocuratho fcHturos of liorbs.
Our grandmothers used thorn, nnd
wero, ns a rule, vorwid In tho nrt of
propurlng romodien from various
Wo Iihvo u preparation that 1m of
tbo old-fAHhinneil typo puroly vogo
tablo, mndo of liorbs with wino. For
a Koncrrtl tonic to produco vigor and
strength, you cannot find n Iwtter
For malarial dtsordorn, loin of ap
petite, that tired fcollng, lots of on
orgy, It 1h a truo jtanacoa.
Jioynl liitlert it lite name,
Tlity gait we ill my birth,
From Jtvyal no one need refrain,
III ute will mrely bring mirth.
Put up In pint bnttlos L 60 cent.
Hoilisfer Drug Co,
And other Rings, Watches, 13 race
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
EC. GK BT.AET,
404K FOKT STR1-FT
11. II. Williams, furniture dealer and
undertaker, can be found at his residence,
Port street, below Fort Street House.
Tel. 841;. M52-iv
rugs ever imported, are now being displayed by
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
-lSS2?-MS2flMSij! THB PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. fcF--teS7--j2iS?-i
Ladies contemplating taking a trip to the coast should avail
themselves of the choice assortment.
LuGAL Alii) UfiNhKAL.
T. 11. UobltiRou has returned from
'I ho bnml gives 11 concert in Thomtis
Sipinrp this evening.
tliorgo llaffncr. Jeweler, has moved
to Vineyard street near the Queen ho
tel. King up 191 when you want u reliable
It I tu, u. goud hack and no over chnrg
urf. Horses nnd tigs may bo kept now nt
Walklkl now In the stables nt Long
The Miiooner lobn O. North sailed
from llonolpu for San Piaiuisco Pch
1 tint 10.
Nlci'D furnlsbed rooms nt the Pop
iliir IIiiiisc 151 Fort street, froiu Jl.uo
per week up.
W. O. Smith was n guest at the an
nual bauoucst of the Gridiron Club,
Does your electilc light bill vary?
If so read ibe Oceanic Gas & Electric
Light Co., Ltd., nil on page S.
Captain Slmeisnu is n favoilte nt
Pnliahi, Hawaii. Ho says 11 bunch of
Bulletin Popular Captain votes from
There will be 11 reahearsal of the
Amntcur Orchestin at the usual tlmo
this evening. Every member Is re
quested to be present.
Patrick Gleason, bookkeeper at Oahu
Jail and Miss Jnriett wero mart led at
the Catholic t'nthedral last evening.
the Bishop or l'anopolls olllclatlng.
The Washington Post states that
Hon. Gilbert F. Little of Hllo, Hawaii,
will deliver nn essay on "Hawaii and
Her People" before the I'nlty Club of
P. J. Lowrey has been appointed by
the Board of Health to make an In
spection of the new fence nt the corner
of Kukiii and River streets and make
whatever changes he may think 110-
cessaiy where tho Pauoa stream was
riossed Imperfectly by tho stream.
"Tho Hawaiian Scenic Calendar" for
1000, published only by the Golden
Rule Bazaar, 31C Fort street. Is a beau
iful woik of art. It cc'lpses all pre
vious efforts In this lino ind nothing
would bo more appropriate t tMs time
than to mall one of these ti the 'oiks
at home." Prlca GO cents.
Tho uso of tho Singer In in"llona of
tomes shows tho unprcceden 3 euc
ess of these Ideal sowing m Nlnes
It Is convincing proof that tin Singer
cels In all kinds of family ,VnR
ind art needle work. All our 1 "Jng
machines nro of tho best construe m.
neautlfu'ly decorated, and uro mounud
on sleected woods In finely finished
r.blueta ot artistic designs. B. Bor
:ersen agent. 16 Bethel street.
The Citizens' Sanitary Committee
yesterday adopted tho following reso
lution nnd forwarded It to the. Board
"Resolved. That It Is the opinion of
this committee thnt us a means of sup
pressing the plnguo nnd pi eventing a
further outbreak theicor, all food
stuffs Imported from or originating in
China or Hongkong und now In any
part of the Hawaiian Islands, should
be Immediately destioyed; such com
pensation therefor to bo made to tho
owners as the proper authorities may
decide; and n,so
"That until the plague entirely
ceases In China nnil Hongkong all
foodstuffs originating in either of
said places hliouhl be declared to bo In
fected with plnguo nnd dangerous to
tho public health, nnd their Importa
tion Into this countiy prohibited."
Fish Inspecfor Berndt has
come aenss some eiy curious
and beautiful Dh lately which
are bo g pan.d by KING
BROS. arhV A very pecuhar
crab is on view in KING
BROS.'findow, Hotel street.
.1 'ey,'''-w cc". .. i
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
K-.lrnir onJ llullJer ol UlRh-CraJa
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Wn,iti, (,,i KINO ST
Box6n ItkrUnc :Cu
The swellest line of
RIIPOIM OP Al tUI PLAGUE
WniluUu. Maul, Pch. 13.
I'oli. I. Nlng You. male Chinese
from Chinese wnshbouse nt Kahuliil
(ll(d on Sunday, I'eb. I in a small
wooden house back of Naual's, neat
Walluku depot Post moitem exami
nation made by Dr. Wcddlck, Govern
ment Physician same day. Burled
same day nt Walehu cemetery.
I Peb. (J. Sam Ylng, male Chinese
1 aged SI, died nt Chinese wnslihoiiso nt
Kaliulul. No post mortem cxnminn
, tlon made. Burled nt Wnlchii ccmo'
i-eii. 7. Kara (w,) .lapaneso woman,
nnd her elght-months'-old baby, Sa
Kara, both died at Kaliulul in the Ja
panese barber shop two doois below
the Chinese waslihouso. No post mor
tem made. Both hurled
Peb 9 Ah Ming, male Chinese, died
nt Kaliulul in Sam Sing's store, Kaliu
lul. Autopsy made by Dr. Wcddlck
and a pot tlon cut from his left leg sent
to Honolulu for examination hy Dr.
Hoffman, government bacteriologist,
and by him declared to bo n suro ease
of plague. Burled same day at Wal
All the above four dead bodies will
be exhumed sometime dining this
week and will bn eiemnted by order of
tho Board of Health.
Feb. 10. Ah Sam, male Chinese,
from the Kaliulul waslihouso, reported
today to Dr. Armltago nt his office nt
WalliiKii, nnd tho doctor declared him
to be u sure case of plague. Patient
taken down to Knhulul pest houso per
order of Sheriff Baldwin. Died same
day at 11 o'clock p. m. Post mortem
examination made by Drs. Wood nnd
Gnivln 011 Sunday 11th Inst., and germs
of bacilli found In largo quantities
Peb. 11. Male Chlunmun, also from
Chinese wnshhouso nt Kaliulul, found
sick by one of tho guards In the morn
ing nnd died the samo day within three
hours of his discovery. Bacilli of black
plague foundl by the examining physi
cians; the bacilli dcclnred to bo lar
ger than any case yet that had suc
cumbed from the disease in Honolulu.
Cremated the same day.
Prom tne 11th to date, no more lascs
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our 'zailcry of life
sue royal photos, from hnmehamoha
I. to date.
At tho Old Stnnd
On Fort Stroot ::
w iwiiiniwmwi sflsMfMWf
I bounded by
Pliko.i and Lunalilo streets; only
C one block "from the Beretunla
Iff street car lineii""""'"''57'
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi-
C dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
r, the cooling breezes of Ahkiki.
Lots $ox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms. $2q0 cash, balance on tn-
C stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
' can immediately commence building operations.
5 Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
r For further particulars apply to
L GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
k Judd Building.
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Larye stock of Coffees fro:r. the Kona, llamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on liand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Telephone 680. Fort
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Grocers. . .
2 Big Stores 2
The Waterho se Store,1 The Mc Intyre Store,
Bethel street. Telephone 24. I Cor.KIni; and Fort streets. Telephone aa.
Just Re? ceived :
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, Crickeis and Cakes, &c &a.
Keeaumoku, Kinou, J
VAN CAMP'S BEANS, VAN CAMP'S
SAUERKRAUT, CORN, PEAS, SAR
DINES IN MUSTARD, VbSIlBULE
PARLOR MATCHES DRIED FRUITS
FULL VARIETY, CAVIAR, Etc., Etc.
street Orpheum Block.
212 King stroot, nozt to tho Arlington.