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THE EVENING BULLETIN: BONOLTJLU, H. I., 8ATUHDAY, FEBRUABY 24, 1900.-
HENRY R. WORTHINGTON,
nlneers and Builders ol High Duty Pumping Engines
for Water Works and Irrigation.
tin or.r-.l it .TTCWTlnM rB PI AWTATtnN MANAHPRi; AND
ASBNTS Is called to the fact that we carry In stock at our Queen street warehouse
aUrro assortment of pumps for all kinds of sugar house service, Including vacuum
muds air pumps, condensers, feed pumps, lulce pumps, molasses pumps, etc., to
fithtr with a complete stock of spare p?r, "r4 -alv for all sizes. Careful attention
flrto all orders .and prompt WP" K'--.:. .... ,,,,
ESiitnaies lumisneu iur Luiiiyicw uu&auuu fuuiiiih piuuu u. iijr r""; "
'Office: Cor. Fort & Queen Ste., Honolulu, H. I.
Warehouse: Cor. vjueen a
R1SD0N 1B0N WORKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
Hih Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Boilers, Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Engines, Cane Cars,
v-imm Pine -in, I .ill mnflilnfrv for the comn
Office: Progress Block,
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS,
HAUMoNY LODQB No. 3,
L O. O. P.,
HHti every Monday evening at 7:30,
Harmony Hall, King street.
J. D. MeVEIOH. N. 0.
E. K. HENDItY, Secretary.
All vlstlng brothers very cordially
T8T1C LODGE No. 2. K. of P.,
Meeta every Wednesday evening at
fill o'clock, Castlo Hnll, Fort street.
Malting brothers cordially Invited to
attend. S. J. SALTEK, C. C.
UU A. E. MURPHY, K. R .3.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.,
Meets ovcry third Thursday evening
IB Masonic Temple. All visiting com
anions cordially Invited
A. P. QILFILLAN, II. P.
I. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1. K. T.
Meets In Masonic Temple on the sec-
at Thursday evening, of each month.
aUi Tlfitlng Sir Knights courteously In-
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
7. D. TUCEKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ovcry Friday ovcnlng at their
Castlo Hall, 420V4 Fort street, nt 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lodgo No. 2, and
visiting brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR, C. C.
jPl K. ot R. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
Mo. 1 .A. & A. S. R.
the first Thursday In each
at Masonic Temple. Sojourn-
I and visiting brothers cordially ln-
m to attend all meetings
W. M., FRANK B. AUERDACH.
YUiiN B. SCRIMQEOUR, Secretary.
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
No. 124. A. & A .S. Rite.
ttated meetings on tho last Mon
ty et each month, In Us hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, W. M.
ID. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
OKO. W. DeLONG POST No.
45. G. A. R..
Department of Cnllfornla and Neva
da, meets at 'Harmony Hall, King
avatt, nrst 'inursday evening of every
Math. Sojourning comrades are cor
ally invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
XAB. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
P. AND A. M.
Stated meetings, first Monday each
ataatn. Special mettlngs, when called
Will be noted In this space).
Members Lodge Lo Progiej, Pacific
M4e, and all sojourning brethren
ED. I. SPALDING, W M.
. R. Q. WALLACE, Secretory.
INSIGN WORTH BAGLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of
tte United States of America, meets at
Harmony Hall, King street, every boo-
nd and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:30 p. m. Visiting comrades are
All honorary ' Vvgcd soldiers or
Bailors, clthC intxT or volunteers,
are eligible te? Aiec'iershlp.
E. J. WILSON,
g. B. BHEAHAN. Adjutant.
THE WAVERLY CLUB.
Waverly Blork, Bethel street. Stan
ax magazines and periodicals; li
brary; 'billiard, pool and card tables
fen free uso ot members. Arrange
rata for transient visitors. Entrance
Km 11.25, monthly dues f 1. Open from
I a. m. to 11 p. m.
A. V. GEAR, President
WOES T. COPELAND. Recording Sec.
ftfeJLEN O. SCRIMQEOUR, Fin. Sec'y.
119 King St.
CHURCH" ANH SOCIETY WORK.
KV Bnrntng Bulletin, 75 centa rer
cook ats. i eiepnone sou.
ete eaulnment of Sueir Mills.
HONOLULU, II. II.
You aro worn out, tl rod, can't put
the onorgy you desire Into your
dutleN. Woll, tlion, you must try
something that will oercoine this
fooling ami rontoro you to porfect
From childhood no aro taught to
respect tho curatlvo foatures of liorbs.
Our grandmothers used them, and
wore, a? a rule, ersed In tho art of
preparing remodle from various
Wo havo a preparation that Is of
the old-fashioned type purely vege
table, made of herbs with wine. For
a general tonlo to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot find a better
For malarial disorders, loss of ap
petite, that tired feeling, loss of en
ergy, It Is a true panacea.
Royal Bitlers ti the name,
They gate vie at my birth,
From Royal no one need rerain,
Jtt use will surely bring mirth.
Put up In pint bottles at 50 cents.
Hollister 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 vour meter and vou think
that the Light Company is cheating you.
The Company Is not cheating you YOU
AR6 CHEAT ING 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
lamps snow signs ot Having burned too
lone vou would take them out and mir-
chase new lamps you would find that the
saving In your monthly bill would more
tlnn compensite for the price of the new
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
Japanese Silks, 35c. a yard. Taffeta Silks, 75c. ayard.
Fancy Silks at 55c. and 75c. a yard. All Wool Black Crepons at 75c. a yard
Complete Stock of Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Table Linen and Napkins at Greatly Reduced Prices.
N. S. SACHS DRY
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Tho James Mnkco Is expected In fiom
Kaual Sunday morning.
Oeorgo Hattner, Jeweler, has moved
to Vineyard street near tho Queen ho
tel. Tho hand will give Its usual Sunday
afternoon concert on Malice Island
Tho post mortem on tho body of T.
Hansen yesterday nftcrnoon showed
The residence of John Ena at Wnlkl
kl Is to let as a whole or In part. See
nd In Wants column.
Knwatahao church vvIV not open un
til n week from tomorrow as the work
Insldo has not yet been completed.
The James Makee Is expected back
from Kauai Sunday morning. She Is Jut
now busy tak ng freight from the Charles
Nelson at Makawell to some other Kaual
St. Audi en's Cathedral, Qtilnqun
gcslma Sundny, 7 a. in., Holy Com
munion: it a. m , choral celebration
of the Holy Communion; 3:30 p. m.,
Pule Ahlnhl; 7:30 p. m. Evensong and
Catholic Chinch of St. Joseph's, Mo
annltia: Tomorrow, Qiilnqiiagcslma
Sunday, I'cb. 25th, religious services
will be resumed In this chinch, and be
continued on every fourth Sunday a.
m. 10:30, mnss; 2 p. m., rosnry.
Shareholders of Oahu Sugar Co. as
sessable stock aro notified that all
stock on which tho fourth and last as
sessment of 25 per cent remains unpaid
on Mnrch 2d becomes delinquent and
subject to penalty. Sco Now Today.
Cyclomero Park has been subdivided
Into lots which aro now offered for
sale. Theso lots aro particularly suit
able for manufacturing sites, Btorago
warehouses and rcsldcnco purposes,
parties seeking locations conveniently
near to tho business portion ot tho city
will find this a most dcstrablo proper
ty. For terms and particulars, apply
nt tho ofllco of Bruce, Waring & Co.,
At Christina church, Alakca street,
near King, tho pastor, Rev. John C.
Hay, will preach at 11 n. m. and 7:30
p. m. Subject In tho morning, "Tho
Parable of tho Talents;" at night, "The
Rich Young Nobleman." At the close
of tho evening scrvlco baptism will be
administered. Blblo school nt 9:4
n. m.; Young Peoplo's meeting at 0:30
p. m. All nro welcome.
The use of tho Singer n millions ot
homes shows the unprecedented , suc
cess of theso ideal sewing ma, Vines.
It Is convincing proof that thv. Singer
excels In all kinds of family vnu
and art needle work. All our l "!ng
machines are of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on sleected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic designs. B. Ber-
aersen, agent, 16 Bethel street
Tho band will give a concert on tho
grounds ot tho Executive building this
afternoon, commencing nt 3:30 o'clock.
On Monday evening next, nt tho usual
time, there will bo another concert at
the same place. At this tlmo Captain
Berger's now Hawaiian songs will
again bo presented. Through tho ef
forts of tho cnptnln, n large number of
extrn chairs and benches havo been
placed on tho gi omuls for the accom
modation of tho people.
Tho correspondent of tho London
Times in Romo says that In the Italian
Wnr Ofllco tho plan of tho present cam
paign In South Afrlcn Is being con
demned on much tho same grounds ns
recent German criticism. It was nil
error to split up tho Drltiflh forces In
stead ot concentrating them for an
ndvanco upon Illoemfontcln. "Tofoio
go n good plan for tho sake ot secon
dary alms tho relief of Ladysmlth
nnd Klmbeiloy was a great blunder,
of which tho disasters of Stoimberg,
Modder River, nnd Colenso nro mere
ly consequences. But your general i
nro not to bo blamed when reglmonts
nnd batteries nro sent to tho front
without proper transport to make them
mobile. For this, blamo Is duo to tho
War Otllco and to tho Commandcr-ln-Chlef
g-qT.-- 'm i a ; rt """Ti,i --J
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and HullJcr ol.lllch-Gra.le
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
WnrKs."6 KING ST.
P. O. Box 6jj. Ttlffhone j6o.
F-OOFt ONE -VKTESESIS: O 3XT
FOB SATURDAY SADNESS
Tho major part of tho patronage of
many of tho street cars would suggest
for those vehicles tho description of
"Japancso detention camps on wheels."
In old Honolulu it's a mighty short
lnno that has no turning. It alleys
New Honolulu must have, they should
bo other than tho corkscrew vnrloty.
From what Is known of rats nowa
days, it ought to bo considered at law
a deadly threat to say "Rats" to any
body, always providing It wns Justifi
able when said to a rumorologlst.
Great as tho work of providing de
tention camps has been, there Is ono
thing lncklng in tho system. No seg
regation has been provided for tho
class infected with the rumor distem
per. Whoso repeatcth a disquieting re
pott, having no knowledgo of Its truth,
Is brother to him who shooteth flro
nrma at random In the night. Their
father hnth n brace of fools to call
Most of tho Honolulu members of tho
llouso of Representatives havo solvod
tho question of to bo or not to bo for
tho old Legislature by being. When
ever President McKlnley says tho word
tho Legislature will bo doing. But
when It gets down to work, it's tho
taxpayers that will bo suffering.
Police Court NotcB.
In the Police Court this forenoon the
following cases wero disposed of:
Thlrty-flvo Chinese gamblers, arrested
by Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth yes
terday, S2 nnd costs each; Eugeno Du
vauchelle, assault and battery on M.
Knunnul, nolle pros'd; Chas. Johnson,
common nuisance, $2 nnd costs; thieo
cases of drunkenness, usual fine.
In tho I'ollco Court yesterday tho fol
lowing cases wero disposed of: P. Da
vis, assault and battery on a pollco
ofllcer, nolle pros'd; Cropley, cruelty
to nnimnls, ball forfeited; thrco Chi
nese, gambling, $1 nnd costs; Wm.
Prcstidge, posting bills on prohibited
places, sentence suspended until Sat
urday; flvo nntlvcs, malicious Injury,
reprimanded nnd discharged; four na
tives and a Portuguese, gambling, $2
nnd costs; M. Oleson, obstructing and
perverting Justice, nollo pros'd; Bcsho
Enos, violating Board of Health regu
lations, reprimanded and discharged;
Pung Cheong, riding without ft light,
$5 nnd costs; flvo whlto men, disturb
ing the quiet of tho night, 2 and costs.
If vnn nrA fnnr rf nipfiitvjc
drop in and look over the fresh
lot of Copley Prints, Carbons,
and London Prints, covering
over fifty subjects of the very
110 Hotel street.
Livery and boarding stables at Long
I BaHaVi BHaW
PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. hiSilffTiit
I KAvT -h- -h- -h- -h- -m-
Sounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau,
Piikol and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla
street car linc55R5"fce" -!' "p -p
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 $o x 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms, $2?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.,
c Myi -ni i
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN jCOFFEES,
GriYi. n or Hon ste d
Large stock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffees a speciality.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT !
Just Received, a New Lot of Groceries:
Norwegian Anchovies, Holland Herrlne, Swiss Cheese, Mettw urst Sausage,
"Bromangelon," a new jelly In powder. Alpha Home Pudding 5 varieties.
Boston Brown Bread. Oyster Sauce and Red-Hot Spanish. Chile Con Came.
Rutabaga Turnips. Magic Yeast. Condensed Mince Meat, etc.
Dried Fruit In Great Vasiety. At
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Grocers. . . .
2 Big: Stores 2
The Waterhouse 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 Fruitsroilves,
Oregon Burbank Potatoes, Crackeis and Cakes, ttc.,' Sa.
iti MLgy -mT
I The Mclntyre Store,
Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephon,a.
212 King street, next to the Arlington,
1 Ti BWI
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