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I BE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBBUARY 19, 1900.
HENRY R. W0RTHINGT0N,
EngEneert and Builders of Hlh Duty Pumping Engines
for Water Works and Irrigation.
THC SPECIAL ATTENTION OF PLANTATION MANAGERS AND
GENTS Is called to the fjct that we carry In stock at our Queen street warehouse
IKfeaSSOrtmem 01 pumps iur ail iMiiua ui auai uuuic KiTiU,iUu....ii ............
iimds air pumps, condensers, feed pumps, hike pumt-s, molasses pumps, etc., to
ntbtr with a complete stock of spare p?r vH alv for all sizes. Careful attention
rlTtn all orders, and prompt shlpmen'. kuiu. teed.
Estimates furnished for complet irrigation pumping plants of any capacity or
Olllcet Cor. Fort & Queen Sts., Honolulu, H. I.
Warehouse: Cor. Queen &
R1SD0N 1E0N WOKKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
HiAh Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Boilers, Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Engines, Cane Cars,
Vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BERETAN1A STREETS. - - HONOLULU, H. H.
HARMONY LODGE No. 3,
I. 0. O. P.,
Hteti every Monday evening at 7:30,
IB Harmony Hall, King street.
j. d. mcveigh, n. o.
B. It. HENDIIY, Secretary.
All Tlatlng brothers very cordially
MYBTIO LODGE No. 2, K. ol P.,
MmU every Wednesday evening at
:M o'clock, Castlo Hall, Fort street
ffltftUtg brothers cordially Invited to
attend. S. J. SALTEtt, C. C.
U1I A. B. MURPHY, K. R .S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.,
Meets every third Thursday evening
la Masonic Temple. AH visiting com
aaalonB cordially Invited
A. P. G1LFILLAN, II. P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, K. T.
Meets in Masonic Temple on the scc-
4 Thursday evening of each month.
Ji rlalUng Sir Knights courteously ln-
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
1. P. TUCEKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
mU every Thursday evening at
Mir Castle Hall, 420V4 Port street, at
kN. Members of Mystic Lodgo No. 2,
Ml Tltltlng brothors, cordially invited.
A, N. SINCLAIR, C. C.
m IC of R. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1 .A. & A. S. R.
iNti the first Thursday in each
avtt, at Masonic Temple. Sojourn
Mi and visiting brothers cordially iu-
M to attend all meetings
VW. M., FRANK B. AUERDACH.
TfcfcAN B. 8CR1MQEOUR, Secretary,
,-,LODGE LB PROQRES DE
No. 124, A. & A .S. Rite.
Stated meetings on the laBt Mon
fayat each month, In Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, W. M.
' H. B. FRIEU Secretary.
OIO. W. DeLONG POST No.
45, G. A. R
Department of California and Neva
da, aieetB at Harmony Hall, King
MtMt, first Thursday ovenlng of every
Math. Sojourning comrades are cor
aUy Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
AB. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
P. AND A. M.
tated meetings, first Monday each
with. Special mettlngs, when called
fwill be noted In this space).
Mambcrs Lodgo Lo Progres. Pacific
Mime, and all sojourning brethren
ED. I. SPALDINO. W. M.
. K. Q. WALLACE. Secretary.
NSIGN WORTH DAGLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of
the United States of America, meets at
Harmony Hall, King street, every Bee
cad and fourth Friday in each month
at 7:30 p. in. Visiting comrades are
All honoro's " 7reed soldlors or
ailors, elthc; (viBne or volunteers,
are eligible fe jnec'mwhlp.
E. J. WILSON,
g. E. SIIEAHAN, Adjutant.
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Waverly Block, Bethel street. Stan
mri magazines and periodicals; II
ferary; billiard, pool and card tables
kr free use of members. Arrange
Bate for transient visitors. Entrance
In 1.25, monthly dues 1, Open from
I a. m. to 11 p. m.
A. V. GEAR, President.
MODES T. COPELAND, Recording Sec.
&LXN D. SORIMGEOUR. Fin. Bcc'y.
JUURCHiAND SQQIETY WORK.
Cook Sts. Telephone sqo.
You aro worn out, tlrod, can't put
the onergy you desire Into your
duties. Well, tlion, you must try
something that will ovorcome this
fouling anil rostoro you to porfect
From childhood wo aro taught to
respect the curatlvo features of horbs.
Our grandmothers used thorn, and
wore, as a rule, versed in the art of
preparing remedies from various
We have a preparation that Is of
tho old-fashioned type purely vege
table, made of herbs with wine. For
a general tonic to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot find a better
For malarial disorders, loss of ap
petite, that tired fooling, loss of en
ergy, it is a true panacea.
Royal Bitten it lite name,
They gate me at my birth,
From Royal no one need rerain,
111 ute will turely bring mirth.
Put up in pint bottles at 50 cents.
Hollisier Drug Co.
Let us tell you something about Elec
tric Incandescent Lamps. Perhaps you
have noticed that your bill for electric
lighting has varied peculiarly from month
to month. When It Is large you say bad
words about your meter and you think
that the Light Company Is cheating you.
The Company Is not cheating you YOU
ARE CHEATING YOURSELF.. A lamp
which has lived Its normal number of
ampere hours, though It may not be dead,
consumes nearly twice as much current
as when It is first used. If when your
lamns show slens of havlnsr burned too
long you would take them out and, pup
chase new lamps vou would find that the
saving in your monthly bill would more
than compensate lor uie price or me new
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
rugs ever imported, are
N. 8, SACHS DRY
fiSfMStfsiS THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. h&prft&yligSy
Ladies contemplating taking a trip to the coast
themselves of the choice assortment.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tho Queen hotel has now icsumcd
Armstrong Smith was out for an Hir
ing with Dr. Nichols Sunday.
II. R. Hitchcock and family ni lived
from Molokal In the Lcluia Sunday.
ICo.t.3 Haffncr, Jeweler, 1ms moved
to Vineyard street near the Queen ho
tel. For duck nnd crash clothing, boy'fl
and men's suits sec The Knsh stoic ml
on page 4.
The funeral services of tho late Mrs.
Hlgo were held In tho Salvation Army
hall Sunday afternoon.
Thcro will bo n concert by Hit band
on tho grounds of the Executhe build
ing nt tho usual tlmo tonight.
Miss Mncdonnld and Mies Robertson
wero freed from quarantine nt the Ka
1 Hi I detention camp Sunday nfternoon.
Tho well nt tho Knllhl detention
camp has been capped so that thcro Is
no further flooding of the road lend
ing to tho camp.
Tho MIowcrn did not get away for
tho Colonics until Sunday morning on
account of tho largo nmouut of freight
sho had to discharge.
There was a lunu nt tho homo of J.
A. Cummins yestcrdny In honor of
Prlnco David Knwnnnnakoa, lately ic
turned from the States.
The manager nnd reporters ot tho
Hawaiian-Chinese N6ws lime nu Im
portant notlco in today's paper regard
ing debts contracted In the nnnio of
The Andrew Hlcks, a wlmllng baik
bound north, hove in sight yesterday
and was spoken by the pilot bur, hear
ing of the plague, the captain decided
to keep on going.
Tho Nllhnu that arrived from Maui
yesterday rcpoits tho C. D. Ilrjant
with 2,500 bags of sugar In her Sat
urday. Thero were 10,000 bags await
ing nt the Pioneer Mill for the barken
Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. Rcnjes have decid
ed to sell nil their household furnish
ings nt a prlvnte sale on nccount of
their departure for Germany In tho
near future. See ad in today's paper
for further particulars.
The committee of ladies having In
view n Rescue Homo for Jnpanctso wo
men and others, and all ladles interest
ed In tho subject, are requested to meet
nt Central Union church parlors, Tues
day, Feb. 20 nt 4 p. m.
A. P. Taylor en me Into collision with
a Chinaman's cart at the corner of
King and Richards street Sunday and,
ns a result, is now lying In Queen's
Hospltnl with n broken collar bone
nnd bruises on his fnce and body.
Thero was a small firo in tho home
of Mr. Sinclair back of the Opera House
Sunday nftcrnoon. Tho tiro depart
ment appeared on the scene but their
services wero not required. Tho fire
started In one of the bedrooms where
a lamp had been left burning all day.
Lord Henry Thyme, Thomas Rooves,
John Kldwcll and Miss Efllo Reeves
wero refused passage in tho Mloworn
by Captain Hemming yestcrdny. The
agents wero perfectly wllllnt but the
captain stood by his decision. Mis.-)
Thompson was to have Joined the
Nanco ONell company.
Tho German bark Sebastian Bach
that anlvcd off port Saturday In hero
for repalis, having run Into n hitrrl
cano about a fortnight ago whllo on
her way to Port Towuscnd In balla3t
and sustained some bcilous Injuries.
Tho captain and tno mate aro tho only
white men aboard. The membcts of tho
crew nro all Japanese.
Fish Inspector Berndt has
come, aenss some very curious
and beautiful fish lately which
are beJ g pan,,.d by KING
BROS. arliV A very peculiar
crab is on view in KING
BROS.'.vindow, Hotel street.
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer nd Builder of Hlgh-Grade
Ynchts, Boats and Launches!
Works, s KING ST.
P. O. Box 63). Telephone 76a.
The swellest line of golf capes
Tract Building Loss.
New York, Feb. 7. Tho American
Tract Society is in trouble. Its twenty-three
story office building nt Nas
sau and Spruce streets has not so far
proved to bo a financial success. The
building is valued at 12,000,000. It is
mortgaged for $1,250,000, and tho tent
has not been sufficient to pay tho In
terest on tho amount. Many of tho
ofTlces havo not been rented since tho
building was put up, although all sorts
of inducements havo beccn offered to
For tho purposo of raising funds to
save tho building from going under tho
auctioneer's hammer, tho society has
sent out nn appeal to tho public asking
for subscriptions. Tho appeal refers
to tho good work dono by the society
and adds that this work Is still going
Livery nnd boarding stables at Long
Werwicke Book Cases
CAN BE PURCHASED IN UNITS
AND ENLARGED AT ANY
Insect and Dust Proof
....A S''t' on hand and your In
.i.spectlon Ik Invited.
Harbors no germs. It Is the only floor
suitable for residences, and Its cleanliness
and moderate cost recommend It to all
Plans and estimates cheerfully furnished
upon application to
Lewers & CooKe,
Sole Agents for
Johnson's Celebrated Parquetry,
Johnson's Floor Wax,
Johnson's Floor Brushes,
Henry Walerhouse k Co
now being displayed by
bounded by Keeaumoku, Klnau,
Pilkol and Lunalllo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla
street car line " :. v v &?
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
the cooling breezes of Makiki.
Lots Sox 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms, $2c;0 cash, balance on in
stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence building operations.
Earlypurchasers can secure choice locations.
For further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
-yi Mlgffl tafttff
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
G ro n or Hoasted
Large stock of Coffees from the Eona, Hamakua, Olaa Dls
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
The Most Popular Sea Captain
Is CAPTAIN LAWLESS at Present.
He has bi ought down the Australia with a full line of Fresh Groceries for SALTER'S
GROCERY, including Cauliflowers, Celery, Fresh Oysters, Rutabaga Turnips,
Burbank Potatoes, Fresh Eagle Butter, Eggs and Cheese, Frontage de Brie, Llmburger,
Anchovies, Holland Herrings, Anderson's Soups, VanCamp's Pork and Beans, Brown
Bread, Jams, Jellies, Cereals of all kinds..
Telephone 680. Fort
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
1 - - - r I '
Grocers. . . .
2 Big: Stores 2
The Waterhonse Store,
Bethel street. Telephone 24.
Just 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, Crackeis and Cakes, &c ita.
IT TT tT H IT
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Everything fresh and good at
street Orpheum Block.
I, The Mclntp Store,
Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephont n.
212 King street, next to the Arlington,
SIM BTifctnfiBuWto. 75 wnte rr
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