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TDE EVENING LULLET1N: HONOLULU, H. I., FUIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1000.
HENRY R. W0RTHINGT0N,
n!neers and Builders of High Duty Pumping Engines
tor Water Works and Irrigation.
THf SPPi-.lAt. ATTENTION OF PLANTATION MANAGERS ANb
AABNTS Is called to the fact that we carry
kroe assortment of pumps for all kinds
mbm air pumps, condensers, feed pumps,
KBtr with a complete siock oi spare v
dTM all orders, and prompt shlpmen' ri'". teed. ...
Estimates furnished for complete irrigation pumping plants of any capacity or
OHIce: Cor. Fort & Queen Sts., Honolulu, H. I.
Warehouse: Cor. Queen & Cook Sts. Telephone soG.
R1SD0I 1E0I WOEKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
Hih 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, II. II.
HARMoNY LODGE No. 3,
I. O. O. P.,
lUeta every Monday evening at 7:30,
Harmony Hall, King street.
j. d. McVeigh, n. a.
B. R. HENDItY, Secretnry.
All vUtlng brothers very cordially
HT8T10 LODGE No. 2, K. of P.,
KMti every Wednesday evening at
:N o'clock, Castlo Hall, Fort street
ITWtlng brothers cordially Invited to
ttend. a. J. SALTEit, C. C.
tiu a. e. murphy, k: n .s.
HONOLULU CHAPTEK No. 1,
It. A. M
Meets overy tblrd Thursday evening
U Masonic Temple. A'l visiting com
anions cordially Invited
A. P. GILF1LLAN, II. P.
2. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, It T.
KmU In Masonic Temple on the sec
Mi Thursday evening of each month.
IB visiting Sir Knights courteously ln-
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
I. D. TUCEKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
MoeU overy Friday evening nt their
CaaUe Hall, 420V4 Fort street, nt 7:30.
Members ot Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
Visiting brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR, C. C.
0 K.ofR. andS.
HUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1 ,A. &. A. S. R.
the flrst Thursday In each
at Masonic Temple Sojourn-
and visiting brothors cordially in
to attend all nicotines
W. M.. FRANK B. AUERBACH.
B. BCRIMGEOUR, Secretary.
LODQB LE PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A .8. Rite.
Uted meetings on the last Mon-
et each month, in Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, W. M.
MO. W. DoLONG TOST No.
45, O. A. R.,
Department of California and Neva
Ma, neeta at Harmony Hall, King
MrMt. first Thursday evening of overy
at. Sojourning comrades are cor
any Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
1AB. T. COPELAND. Adjt,
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
F. AND A. M.
Uted meetings, first Monday each
Math. Special mettlngs, when called
fwlll be noted In this spaco).
Members Lodge La Progros, Pnclflo
VMjte, and all sojourning brethren
ED. I. SPALDING, W. M.
X. K. Q. WALLACE, Secretary.
KNSIQN WORTH BAGLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of
tie United States of America, meets at
Harmony Hall, King street, ovory sec
rad and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:30 p. in. Visiting comrades aro
All honors K ' V vised soldiers or
Bailors, clthc; miC? or volunteers,
are ellglblo fu ajcc'utf'jhlp.
, B. J. WILSON,
J. B. BHEAHAN, Adjutant.
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Waverly Block, Bethel street Stan
flirt magazines and periodicals; li
terary; billiard, pool and card tables
tu free use of mombers. Arrango
rata for transient visitors. Entrance
m (1.25, monthly dues $1. Open from
a. m. to n p. m.
A. V. GEAR. President.
AMES T. COPELAND. Recording Sec.
BMJCN B. SCRIMGEOUR. Fin. Sec'y.
119 King St.
MIIRCHN1 SOCIETY WORK.
ITbr Brawns Bulletin, 75 cents per
In stock at our Queen street warehouse ,
of sugar house service, Including vacuum
(nice pumts, molasses pumps, etc,
C mi v lor all sizes,
You nro worn out, ttrod, can't put
tho onorgy you desire Into your
dutloH. Well, then, you must try
somothlng that will overcome this
fooling nml refttoro you to porfect
From childhood wo are taught to
respect the curative foaturos of borba.
Our grandmothers used them, and
wore, an a rule, versed In tho art of
preparing remedies from various
We have a preparation that la of
the old-fashioned type purely vege
table, made of herbs with wine. For
a Renoral tonlo to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot find a bettor
For malarial disorders, loss of ap
petite, that tired feeling, loss of en
ergy, It is a true panacea.
Royal Bitttri i'i the name,
They gave me at my birth,
From Royal no one need rerain,
lit ute will turdy bring mirth.
Put up In pint bottles at 60 oenta.
Hollister Drug Co.
Let us tell you something about Elec-
iric incandescent Lamps, remaps you
have noticed that your bill for electric
lighting lias varied peculiarly from month
to month. When It Is large you say bad
words about vour meter and vou think
that the Light Company is cheating you.
The Company Is not cheatlne you YOU
AR6 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 vour
lamps show signs of having burned too
long you would take them out and pur
chase new lamps you would find that the
saving In your monthly bill would more
than compensate for the price of the new
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
F'OL OIVTE3 TrtT EB E3 3KL O 3XT
Japanese Silks, 35c. a yard. Taffeta Silks, 75c a yard.
Fancy Silks at 55c. and 75c. a yard. All Wool Black Crepons at 75c. a yard
Complete Stock of Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
mv Table Linen and Napkins at Greatly Reduced Prices.
N. S- SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Ucorgo Hnflncr, Jowclcr, has moved
to Vineyard street near tho Queen ho
ld. Tho Fort Street Employment Agency
undertake to supply reliable help. Seo
Oahil Lodge, No. 1, K. of P., will
meet this, Friday evening, nt tho usual
time and place.
Mrs. E .J. G. Uryutit was one of the
passengers from Knual In the Mlka
hala this morning.
D. L. Peterson, who has been for a
year or more on Kauai, returned homo
In the Mlkahala this morning.
E. I). McClannhan advertises In to
day's Bulletin for n liouae In Honolulu,
Mnkiki preferred. Sco New Todny.
The II. F. Glade Is loading sugar nt
the rauroad wharf at night on account
ot the lack of accommodation. An
other vessel discharging coal takes her
plnco rturlng the day.
Tho Honolulu Normal school, not
Including the training department and
the Illgli school not Including the
grnmmnr grades, reopen at 9 n. m.
Monday. Seo New Today.
On Saturday, February 24th, at 12
o'clock noon, Auctioneer Morgan will
sell at tho premises rear of C. Hustaccs'
store, Ing street, a quantity of Iron
stable fittings. See nd on page 8.
Mrs. Driilui, wife, of tho captain of
the Kntinl, has gone Into quarantine
aboard the IwalanI with Captain and
Airs. Tullctt As soon ns she has com
pleted her quarantine she will go
n Hoard the Kauai.
Neither tho Mlkahala nor tho Knual
brought tho least scrap of lata news
from tho Charles Nelson nt Kaunl. No
ouo was allowed nshore so that no
communication was held with any ot
tho Nelson's officers.
Accident to JMIbh CummtngH.
Wnlluku. Feb. 18. A very painful
and almost very serious accident hap
pened to Miss Nancy Cummlngs,
daughter of Thos. Cummlngs, head
lunn of Wnlknpu, Inst Tuesday. Dur
ing tho dny Miss Cummlngs and her
cousin, Miss Molllo King, went out
horseback riding. Miss King had al
ready mounted and Mls3 Cummlngs
was about to get on her horso when
Miss King's horso started to bolt fol
lowed by Miss Cummlng's horse, but
as tho latter was not properly seated
on tho saddlo sho was thrown to tho
ground In front of Ah Fat's storo, a
few hundred yards from their resi
dence. When Miss CummlncH was
picked up and taken to her homo, her
noso, fnce and forehead wero found to
bo badly cut tip. Dr. Armltago was im
mediately sent for nnd tho cuts on tho
forehead were sewed tip.
Centennial's Needed Cargo.
Wnlluku, Feb. 18. The grain nnd
other foodstuffs from tho Btcamer Cen
tennial are being landed from tho ves
sel and a largo quantity of them have
already reached Walluku stores. Sev
eral of tho Walluku stables have been
without grain for their horses for near
ly a week and soma wero on tho point
of letting some of their horses out in
tho pasture when tho much needed
fodder camo up. Permission has also
Dcen given by tho lic.nrd ot Health to
tho landing of the 1,940 bags of New
Orleans rlco from tho steamer Centen
nial. Somo belloved that tho rice came
from China nnd tho discharging of the
vessel wns temporarily stopped Inst
Wednesday In order to glvo tho com
mittee tlmo to Investigate nnd they re
ported thnt It wns New Orleans rice
and not Oilcntnl.
If you are fond of pictures,
drop in and look over (he fresh
lot of Copley Prints, Carbons,
and London Prints, covering
over fifty subjects of the very
110 Hotel street.
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder o(.!llh-GraJe
Ynclits, Boats and Launches!
Worm, e KING ST.
Bo 6. Teltf hone 760.
1 . -1
Werwicke Book Cases
CAN BE PURCHASED IN UNITS
AND ENLARGED AT ANY
Insect and Dust Proof
A S' on hand and your In
specnon l 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
Lowers & Cooke,
Sole Agents for
Johnson's Celebrated Parquetry,
Johnson's Floor Wax,
Johnson's Floor Brushes,
Supply every variety of Cut Mowtis and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Office, comer Fort street and Chaplain
Mne, oppo14 he Catholic Mission.
j Waterhouse k Co
PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. JltfS??
iSounded by Keeaumoku, KInau,
Plikoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla
street car linens' 'vi'l'" "-" '!&
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 9O 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.
Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
For further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Gru. n or Koasted
Large stock of Coffees from the Eona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
The Most Popular Sea Captain
Is CAPTAIN LAWLESS at Present.
He has biought 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, Fromage de Brie, Llmburger,
Anchovies, Holland Herrings, Anderson's Soups, VanCamp's PorU and Beans, Brown
Bread, Jams, Jellies, Cereals of all kinds. Everything fresh and good at
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Grocers. . . .
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,
Oiegon Burbank Potatoes, Crackeis and Cakes, &c
& CO., LTD.
The Hclntyre Store
Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephone aa.
212 King streot, next to the Arlington.
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