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THE EYEK1KG I Ul LLT1N: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1900.
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HAWAHAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLB.
Corner Hotel anil Alakea Streets.
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HAHMoNY LODGE No, 3,
I. O. 0. P.,
MoeU evory Monday evening nt 7:30,
tx Harmony Hall Kins street.
E. U. HENDRY. Secrotary.
All vlutlng brothers very cordially
MT8T10 LODGE No. 2. K. ot P.,
Kieti everv Wednesday ovenlng at
:M o'clock. Castle Hall. Fort street,
Mtlnx brothers cordially Invited to
SSndT S. J. SALTEit, C. C.
A. E. MUltHUi "
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
B. A. M
Mta every third Thursday evening
B Maaonlc Temple. All visiting com
aona cordially Invited
A. Pi QILPILLAN, H. P.
M. D. TUCKER, Secrotaryj
No. 1. K. T.
mU In Masonic Templo on the soo-
mk Thursday evening of each month.
IB TtoiOng Sir Knights courteously In-
" HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
f. D. TUCEKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
CaAle Hall, 42014 Port Btrcet, at 7:30.
Jfembcrs of fllystlc Lodge No. 2, and
visiting brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. C.
MUI 1C ot R. nnd 8.
HUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No, 1 .A. &. A. S. R.
Mti the first Thursday lu each
Mth. at Miisonlc Temple. Sojourn-
Mi and visiting brothers cordially lu-
BMt4 to attend all meetings
W. M.. PRANK B. AUERDACH.
gUMbAN D. SCR1MGEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE LE PROORES DE
No. 124. A. & A .8. Rlto.
Stated meotlugs on tho last Mon
Br e( each month, In its hall, Masonic
mm "" C. M. WHITC, W. M.
H. D. PRIEL, Secretary.
SKO. W. DcLONG POST No.
45, 0. A. R.,
Dapartment ot California and Nova
Hm. meetB at Harmony Hall, King
rtraat. Brat ThursJay evening of every
Kftvath. Sojournlu; comrades are cor
KaIIt Invited to attccd.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
f AS. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
F. AND A. M.
ptated meetings, first Monday each
Bth. Special mottlngs, when called
will be noted In this apace).
M.mbers Lodge Lo Progren. Pacific
24e, and all sojourning brethren
ED. I. SPALDING, W M.
. R. G. WALLACE, Secretory.
NS1GN WORTH BAG LEY
Rceular Army and Navy Union of
Ue United Statea of Amei ten, meets nt
Harmony Hall. Klni street, oery bcc
nd and fourth Friday In each month
at 7:30 p. m. Visiting comrades are
All honoro'V ' Vrgcd soldiers or
allorH, elt'u'-. iLr or volunteers,
ar. eligible le? inecunlilp.
B. J. WILSON,
f. B. SHEAHAN, Adjutant
THE WAVERLY CLUD.
Waverly Ulock, Dothcl street, Stan
ar magazines and periodicals; II
ftrarr; billiard, pool and card tables
tor tree use of members. Arrnngo
taanti tor transient visitors, entrance
to. 11.25. monthly dues $1. Open from
1 a. m. to 11 p. m.
A. V. OEAR. President,
MaintR T. COPELAND. Recording Sec.
UiHN O. SCRIMQEOUR, Fin. Sec'y.
B st Aulhor5.
at piano solo )
In orJer to establish a permanent mall order
buslurs (at a rnarkeJ aJ.iruce to oursell) we
v, III sen J sou the aHne soncs postpaU to any
Cuba, I'otto Rico or the I'll lllrpines uron receipt ot
sent postpaU lor ONL DOLLAR, the price ol an
C O. D w.tl. pr.vlleRe ot examination. AaJres,
ST. LOUIS MO.
You are worn out, tired, can't put
the energy you Uefllro Into, your
duties. Well, then, you must try
something that will overcome this
feeling and restore you to perfect
From childhood we are taught to
respect the curative features of herbs.
Our grandmothers utoed them, and
were, as a rule, versed In the art of
preparing remedies from various
We liavo n preparation that Is of
tho old.fnshlonod typo purely vege
table, mado of horbs with wlno. For
a general tonic to produce vigor and
strength, you cannot find a liottor
For malarial dlxnrdnrs, loin of ap
petite, that tlrod foellng, loss nf on
orgy, It Is a true panacea.
Royal Bitlert it the name,
They gate vie at my birth,
From Royal no one need rerain,
ll$ uie will turely bring mirth.
Put up In pint hottloM at 51) cents.
Hollister Drug Co.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the monev it II
falls to ci . ". W. Grove's Bl-"rt
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Japanese Silks. 35c. a yard. Taffeta Silks, 75c. a yard.
Fancy Silks at 55c. and 75c. a yard. AH Wool Black Crepons at 75c. a yard
Complete Stock of Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Table Linen and Napkins at Greatly Reduced Prices.
S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
London Imports 18,000,000 tons of
There were nearly 80,000 deaths In
London last year.
A full lino of harness and saddlery
it the P. V nnd S. Co.
Seo the nrtlst nt work In King Bros.'
window, 110 Hotel street, It is Inter
esting. .lutlgo Stanley does not expect to lio
able to resume his duties for nt least
Band concert nt Emma snunro this
afternoon nnd at Makce Island, 3
Members of the Hawaiian Microsco
pical Society meet In Dr. Sloggctt's
offlco early this nftctrnoon.
Rev. W. D. WestervoH vli pioacli
at 7:30 In Knwalalmo church. English
service. Subject. "The Character of
ChlcUcrlng pianos need no nthcrllsn
ment, It Is only necessary to i.tutn
whero they nro to bo found. The
Bergstrom Music Co. have thei.i.
T. Ball Is laid up at tho Pcnhallow
house fiom tho effect of n fall twen
ty feet, by tho giving way of a scaffold,
In tho Bcrctanln street schoolhmiso.
Tho memorial service for the Into
Henry Wntci house, ,lr. and John V.
Gartner, nt Y. M. C. A. hall nt 4 p. in.
tomorrow, will bo conducted by W. CJ.
Tho Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society hold their monthly meeting at
Mrs. W. W. Hall's residence this even
ing. Changes In the constitution will
At tho Christian church, Aluken
street, tho pastor, Rev. .1. C. Hny, will
preach; subject nt 11 a. m "World
wldo Evangelization:" nt 7:30 p. m,
"Jesus, tho Faithful Witness."
Geo. W. Smith presented tho Board
of Health with samples of Red Cross
soap. E, It. Hendry kindly gaso the
press representatives u box apiece In
the Interest of clean Journalism.
At noon Monday Jas. P. Morgan will
offer by auction two lots nbovo and
fronting on Prospect street. They nto
II. M. Dow's property nnd tho slto of
tho U. S. temporary military hospital.
Tho band engagements for next
week nro: Monday evening, Emma
Squaro; Tuesday ovenlng, Thomas
Square; Wednesday evening, Makce
Iplpnil; Thursday evening, Executive
The London Nows states that Monto
Carlo Is tho one spot on tho continent
nt present whero everything Is dono
to pleaso tho EngllBh and mnko them
comfortable, as tho Monto Carlo peo
ple appreciate British patronage and
Services ot tho second Sunday In
Lent at St. Andrew's cathedral will bo
held ns follows: 7 a. m., Holy Com
munion; 11 a. m Matins and sermon,
preacher Rev. C. 13. Roberts; 3:30 p.
ni Pule Ahiahl; 7:30 p. m., evensong
nnd sermon, preacher, Rt. Rev. the
Central Union Choral Society had a
good rehearsal last night. Music lov
ers outside of the organization nro wel
comed to Its practice. Mrs. J. W.
Yarndley leads tho junior branch nt
7 p. m., half an hour beforo the seniors
meet Friday evenings. Miss Mnrgarct
Hopper Is tho society's pianist.
Cyclomero Pari: hns beon subdivided
Into lots which are now offered for
sale. These lots nro particularly suit
able for manufacturing sites, storage
warehouses and resldcnco purposes,
parties seeking locations conveniently
near to tho business portion of the city
will find this n most desirable proper
ty. For terms and particulars, apply
at tho olTico of Bruce, Waring & Co.,
Tho ever popular Kalnler beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glnss of Seattle," Is more
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Suloou has tho beer on tap or
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder of Wuh-Gr i
Yachts, Boats and 'Launches!
W. rk,-6oj KINO ST
Box 6)i. Telephone ?ru
FOR OKTE5 ESEKL O 1ST
M&tM&t - M&i:? THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. fciwinwin,,r
Hisses for Emperor
William's Kew Play
Berlin, Feb. 28. Tho first presenta
tion of "Dor Iscnsahn" (Tho Iron
Tooth) nt tho Royal Theater, was a
notable event, socially and artistically.
All tho tickets had been sold nlno days
ago, and tho house was packed.
Emperor William appeared during
tho second net and sat almost unob
served nnd qulto alono In tho royal
orchestra box, screened by tho drapery
After tho first net thcro was com
plcto silence. After tho second nnd
third thcro wnB rather vigorous ap
plause, but from tho parquet, where
tho critics nnd literary peoplo sat, and
ft am tho second and third galleries,
thcro enmo a piercing storm of hisses.
Tho Emperor, whoso collaboration
with Captain Lauf In tho play Is well
known, was highly displeased. Cap
lain Lauf took a cup of tea with his
Majesty after tho third act, having
twice answered calls from the boxes
and elsewhere, and having como be
foro tho curtain palo ns a ghost. Then
he, with tho Emperor, left tho theater,
which caused a sensation.
Neither tho Empress nor tho Imperial
princes attended, qulto contrary to tho
Tho public verdict of tho piny is that
It is verbose, although containing flno
drnmtlc passages, and too palpably
glorifies tho Hohcnzollcrn hero, who
put down tho Berlin rebellion In 1117.
Tho acting was excellent throughout,
especially that of Herr Matkowskl ns
Frederick of Hohcnzollcrn and of
Frnuleln Poppc, ,
Worships to Return.
Washington, Fob. 2S. The further
Increase by tho acquisition (if th'co
iiioro Spanish gtiiilio.il a of Admiral
Watson's naval forio Pi tho Philip
pint's, as rtporiM by tho admlial yrs,
terilny, will, li Is boltawst, mnlc It
posslblo for tho Navy Department nt
an early day to rccnll somo of tho lar
ger vessels now lu th'j Philippine.
Admlial Watson's ncqulsltlo'iu nro
Inrgcr vessels than tho mosquito fleet
brought In upon tho Spauirli evacua
tion of tho Island, l'ho General A&
lava Is a vessel of 5H tons and tho
Qulios and tho Vlllciobos ate f.un
boats of 347 tons displaconiMit. There
Is no longer any need tor armored
vessels In the Philippines, for theso lit
tle gunboats arc moro cffoctlvo for the
suppression of illicit communication
between tho islands. It li probable tho
Oregon nnd tho monitors Monterey
and Monadnock will soon bo ordered
A man wearing a faded brown suit
and a hectic flush enmo Into this fic
tion bazar last Friday toward evening.
"Aro you one of tho literal y carpen
ters around here?" ho asked.
Ho drew a soiled bit ot paper from
"1 got a short poom here," he said.
"What'll you gimme for It?"
I read tho poem.
"Ten cents." I replied.
Ho looked startled. "It's pretty
chenp," ho offered, "but give It t' mo;
I need tho money."
This then, Is tho poem:
Twinkle, Twinkle-, llttlo star
Rodo upon a 'lectric car;
Car It ran clear off tho track,
And Twinkle asked her nlcklo back.
Wns It worth any moro? Detroit
Porto Rico Labor Strike.
San Juan, Porto Rico, Feb. 28. Tho
first Important Btrlko among Porto Rl
enn laborers began Monday morning,
when 250 men, who had been construct
ing tho military road from Ponco to
AdjutantcB, inarched Into tho latter
town waving lings nnd carrying ban
uors with tho Inscription: "Wo work
men demand 5 cents an hour."
Tho strikers, who wcro orderly, ap
pointed a commlttco to consult with
tho contractors. The present rato of
pay Is 3 cents an hour, and tho men
complain that they aro compelled to
work from suntlso to sunset for !i0
There la only one Jesse Moore Whis
key In the world and that Is cold and
pure. Lovejoy St Co. aro distributors
for the Hawaiian Inlands
KJSDON IROjN" wobks,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
liih Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Bolters, Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Enjrjnes, Cane Car?,
Vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills.
Of Vice: Progress Block.
FORT AND BERETAN1A STREETS, - - HONOLULU, II. H.
Fulton Engineering and Shipbuilding Works,
PULTON IKON WORKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS OP
High Duty Pumping Engines,
Corliss Marine and Mill EnRlnes, Marine anpStut'oneiy Boilers.
Estimates furn shed for all clashes ol machinery, and for the equipment of complete
!E3:erLi3r G-- G-ina.ct
RerTe-eiitJtlve In the Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE: Fort street, between Merchant and King streets. 1460
I rGAlj I
Piikoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla
street car llncy'v -! -dvy'y
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 Jox 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.
r For turther particulars apply to
K GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
ft Judd Building.
HONOLULU COFFEE MILLS
PURE HAWAIIAN COFFEES,
Gi'tM n or Hoasted
Large stock of Coffees from the Kona, Hamakua, Olaa Dis
tricts always on hand. Old Coffe.s a speciality.
Is now located with C. Grotte, tailor,
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Limited,
HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS,
Eino Grades of Smoking Tobacco.
-H- -H- -H- -H- -H-
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
- . PfOprttTOf.
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, Mnetr.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
1mrorry OfflM: Room 7 urstilis Srrtckcls tulll
Inc. let. 54.
and Merchant Streeti, Honolulu.
- the 24th.