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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1900.
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f SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Tailor Made Skirts and Suits
Ludtes' and Missen' IWiisli,
Children's Wnsli Suits.
Alt New Goods.
races anu ijudiiiy nibiirpassauie, r
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1IAPMONY J.ODOE NO. 3,
I. 0 O. V.,
Mceti every Monday evening at 7:30
Ml Harmon' Hall. King ctrcct.
J. D. MeVKtaii. N. O.
E. R. HUNDRV, Secretary.
kUl visiting brothers very cordially
HTBT1C LOnUE. No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Wednesday evening at
1:10 o'clock, Castlo Hall, Fort street,
suiting brothers cordially Invited to
Mtend. S. J. SALTER, C. C.
A. E. MURPHY, K. R. S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.
MeeU every third Thursday evening
h Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially lnvlt'd.
A. I'. Q1LFILLAN, H. P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, K. T.
Msets In Masonic Temple on the sec
nt Thursday evening of each month.
UI Tlsltlng Sir Knlghta courteously
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
. D. TUCKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
jMtle Hall, 04 Fort street, at 7:30.
Jhmbcrs of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
tlsltlng brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. C.
, K. of R. and 3..
NUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
No. 1, A. & A.. S. R.
eets the flrrt Thursday In each
Month, at Masonic Temple. Sojourn
tag and Tlsltlng brothers cordially In
vited to attend all mcetlngn.
W. M., FRANK B. AUERUACH.
ALLAN D. SCRIMUEOUR Secretary.
LODGE Le PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A. S. Rite.
tated meetings on the last Monday
M each month, In its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE. W. M.
H. B. FRIEL. Secretary.
GEO. W. De LONG POST No,
45, O. A. R.
Department of California and Nova
te, meets at Harmony Hall, King
crMt, first ThursJay evening of every
nth. Rojournlng comrades are cor
UUy invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. 0.
kUB. T. COPELAND, Adjt,
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21,
F. & A. M.
tated meetings, first Monday each
onto. Special meetings, when called
twlli be noted in this space.)
Members Lodge Le Progrcs, Pacific
bodge, and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT, W. M.
C R. O. WALLACE, Secretary.
THE ALOHA BRANCH OF THE
Chinee of date: Everv Saturday Instead
of Tuesday, 31.7:30 p. m. The Aloha
Branch of the Theosophlcal Society, will
hold its regular meeting In the Knights of
Pythias Hall, next doorto Holllster& Co ,
Fort street. Public cordially Invited.
Books lent. Information on Theosophy
given By writing to t'. u. not 5.
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mlrless, Talt "and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 15
Inches, stroke j feet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
J5Ja"4ft. 7'n. long.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (14
cells) capacity 50 tons.
One Triple Effect 350 2" tubes 4.ft.
7 Inches long.
One Small Steam Juice Pump.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan U In. Copper
Colls 100' caoacltv X tons.
One 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Colls 150' capacity 7 tons.
OudIcx Blake Feed PumD wate' cvlln
xr 4X12", Steam Blake Feed Pump-
water cylinder 7X12" suction pipe 4
discharge 2K,steamplpe itf.
One New 16 ft. Tubular Boiler 6 ft.
diameter. 7JM Inch tubes.
Two Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
One Blake Vacuum PumD uxi8 Inches.
One Tatuin and Bowen Engine 10x12
Inches with shaft, gear and friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston Centrifugals, shaft and
pulleys and 21' mixer.
une (YioiKses Hunger rump 4x12 ,
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft, bed, 20"
Sundry Coolers, Mill Fltt gs &c &c.
For particulars apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
-lV7TV3j y7 Til I J .I S
AGAINSf COLLEGE SOCIETIES
New Hnven, Conn., June 29. In IiN
11 ret annual report, whhli I'ri-itileru
Hndley submitted today, n stniim plea
Is made fur the icstoriitlon of I he
democratic Hplrlt which hits rhnr.irto"--IzimI
Ynto In the past and which, he
claims. Is rant being killed by the In
lluenrcs of the rullvKi' secret orlct
system. This liilliicmc, lie said, was
cntmod by the growth of classps and tho
consequent Inability of secret soclctl"
to absorb all the eligible members of
tlio vnrlous classes. .
When barely one-sixth of n class Is
elected to cou'tod membership In one
of the sb( Idles the result Is ohWously
bad for the rest of the students and for
the college, President Hndley aKsorts.
"It tends to set the majority of the
class In an attitude of nntnginlsri to
tho minority, who. In the In'cicMs of
tlio university should have bicn th'.lr
leaders Instead of their antagonists,"
rends his report.
The most concieto evidence of tho
11 of this state of thlugt Is seen In
the election of non sorltfy men to
Important oflUes In the gift of the
il.iss, not because they were tl.e best
men for the ofllcc In question, but be
cause they were not members of the
sophomore societies. .
I'nder these clrcumstarces strong
pressure was brought to bear on the
faculty for the abolition of these organ
izations, and a petition to that effect
wns presented by nearly all the non-
society men In the senior class. Al
though they fully tecognlzed the exist
ence of the eUM, the members of the
faculty declined to take Immediate and
In the opinion of the President the
democratic spirit of Yalo wiis t be
maintained only by tho students and
thn public sentiment of the alumni, I in
sisted by faculty legislation. It was,
accordingly, thought best to leave the
control of the societies for tlio moment
In the bands of the upper class men
and to use radical measures only as u
last resort. The faculty was commend
ed for the courage It has shown In thus
dealing with tho problem.
The band will play the following se
lections at a concert In Emma equal o
this afternoon, beginning at 4:3V
March En A vaunt Paulus
Overture Mnsaulcllo Aubc-
Selection French Melodies ....Audran
Overture Calif of Bagdad
Selection Mndamo Angot ......Lecodi
Finnic Faust Uounod
The Star Spangled Banner.
Tho music for the Mukce Island con
cert Sunday iifttrnoon will be is fol
lows: PART II.
Tho Old Hundred.
Overture Raymond Thomas
Pilgrim Chorus and Evening Star
Finale Lucia ill Lamniermoor ..
Sacied Fantnsln I'rovldenco (new)
Reminiscences of Weber" .. Godfrey
Ballad Alice Where Art Thou...
Gnvotte Dawn of Love Ilendix
Ovei turo Znmpa Heiold
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
A dozen yards of LACE for 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c and so on up to a
dollar a DOZEN.
5?fB;B2NO SUCH VALUES HAVE EVFR BEEN OFFERED IN HONOLULU BEFORE. SCSSCJCjC
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD., i
i&tl&Kt&il THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. aVS???)?
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
American Messenger Service. Ma
sonic Tcmrlo. Tel. 44 1
The traiispor' l.eelan.'W will sail to
moriow for Nagasihl and Kobe.
A desirable house of six rooms Is for
nt. Sec nd In To Let column.
H. F. WICHMAN.
A nice homo with n good low Is for
sale cheap. Lot 75x12".. Sto For Salo
fjharles .1. Day will len 1 the meet
ing In the Y. M. C. A. hall Sunday
A Tribune "Blue Streak" wns ridden
by ('. M, Murphy who made the fastest
mile on record.
Frederick W. Hnnkey, Attorney at
Uiw, Cuinphcll Building, corner Mer
1 hant nnil Fort streets.
Concerts by tho band In Emma
square this nftcrtioon mid on Makee
Island Sunday afternoon
The police mid Co. F will compete
.or supremacy with the illlu at the
. .Ilel butts this nftcriinon.
Guerrero & Hoke, Miller street, cany
iholco line of groceries and delica
cies. New goods ocry Australia.
This Is the anniversary of the Fall of
the Hostile. The band will serenade
M. .Moet nt his home early this after
noon. The first meeting In the new head
quarters of the Joyful News Mission,
comer of Ntiunnu mid King ttreets,
wns held last night.
There will be 1111 miction salo of tut
nltuie nnil dry goods at Jan. F. Mor
gan's auction rooms next Tuesday. Set
his column for particulars. '
Tho Rev. C. II. Buck, D. I)., of New
York city will preach nt the Methodist
Episcopal church tomorrow moinlng nt
11 a. m. The pastor will preach at 7:30
Tho members of the Y. M. C. A. have
decided to organize n baiieb.ill teum. A
meeting to discuss the matter will be
held In the Y. M. C. A. nt I o'clock
The siliooner MKlo Motris h'is been
wrecked In Knneoho haibor on tho
oilier side of this Island. Henry Mac
farliiue, her owner, went down the road
jesterdny, ns soon as ho learned of Ilia
Tlio Central Union pulpit will be
llllnl In the morning by the paster,
who will preach on "Christ's Benedic
tion of Peace," and In the cvcnlt.g Rev,
Edward Bates Turner wit! prcacn from
tlio text "Not to Destroy but to Ful
fill." Rev, W. M. Klncald being unable to
uddress tho Japanese Y. M. C. A. last
night. Rev. Russell of Mills Institute
took his place nnd spoke on Rlb!t
study. There were In the neighborhood
of eighty-live Japanese present. The
next meeting will be held on Saturday
night of next week.
At the regular ineetln of the Hawa
iian Tribe No. 1, 1. O. R. M tho fol
lowing oftlters were Installed by C. M.
Weatherwax, I). G. I.: Julius Asch,
Prophet; A. E. Murphy, Sachem; II.
Forstcr, Senior Sagamoro; J. F
Schneider, Junior Sagamore, T. F. Mc
Tlghe, Keeper of Wampum; J. F. Eck-
ardt, Clerk of Records.
The use of the Singer In millions of
homes shows the 4nprccedenfnd suc
cess of these IdeM sewing ma.AInes.
It li convincing proof that tht Qlnger
excels in all kinds of family tving
and art needle work. All onr coring
machines are of the best construcOon,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
uu elcectcd woods In finely finished
cabinet ot artlstln designs. B. Ber-
rsen. tgnnt. TCH Bethel street.
At the invitation of Mrs. A. B. Wood
a number of Honolulu's benevolently
inclined Indies met at the office of Dr.
Sloggett yesterday afternoon nnd or
ganized n committee to collect funds
for tho Infirmary stalled by Dr. Slog
gett nbout a jear iigo for thu benefit of
the poor. The committee nppointrd
tonslsts of the following laities: Mrs,
II. E. Walty (chairman, ) Mrs. J. R.
Gnult, Mrs. II. II. Wilcox and MlbS
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Dnlgntr i.".t BjllJtr cl Illch-Crad
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
Wolkl, 69, KING ST.
P O. Box C Ttlcnhonc y6o.
WE HAVE PLACED ON SPECIAL SALE
?g -g taijgg lig 2 Cwlgjf -t 1ig? I lif? I !?
Dozen Yards O 9 U U Dozen Yards
French Valenciennes - - Ed&in&s and Insertions
: Every tin contains 5 His best
coffee nnd one line China cup and
saucer. Try it nnd judjie for your
Mercantile Co. .Ltd,
II. O. MiutiuniTCH,
Custom House Brokerage
11 KAAHUMANU ST.
Makes A SPECIALTY of Monthly
Accounts and Rents.
White Teeth I
are generally perfect and sound,
and at all events are a much
prettier feature of the mouth
than dirty and discolored teeth.
Then acaln when kept clean
and white are less liable to decay
which rather is due to thought
lessness in teeth care.
All teeth preparations, in a
general way are good we have
them all some better than
Tooth Powder 25 cents
we know is as near a perfect
tooth cleaner and antiseptic as it
is possible to make because every
one of its ingredients is the purest
That's the feature of our tooth
Hollisier Drug Co,
THE: PACIFIC : NURSERY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddlng& Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
PIKKE & CO.,
Union St., above Hotel.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
At prices that cannot fail to attract.
if-mst "Tlxinls. of It,
SILK - WAISTS
: We have just openeJ. and w III place on sale tnts wee, nee j
most select creations In black and colored silk Waists ever displayed on the Hawal
We feel that if you see this exhibit anJ
resist bulng you are beyond temptation
as they are simply wotks of art.
Our stoc-t In this Department Is now
complete and Is well worthy yourlnspctlon
In this line we Ja in ti be the leaJers
both In price and quality look the stock
over and be convinced.
: These goods :omprlse the most
Market of America and Eunpe and have
trade by our .Mr, Du Pol on his present trip
B. F. EHLERS & 00.
By the Barks "J. C. Pflueger" and "A.. E. Watson"
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
LARGE ASSORTflENT OF : :
Morton's and Crosse & Blackwell's Groceries Bicarbonate
of Soda, Wash Soda, Caustic Soda, Paints & Oils, Cor
rugated Iron, Ridging, &c, Cement Firebricks, Carbo
lineum, Stock holm Tar, Tubs Buckets, Tinplates, Sauce
pans, Teakettles, &c, &c.
: THE :
- - On Ice --
All Seasonable Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
TURKEYS. DUCKS and CHICKENS. Tr one of our TENDER BROILERS.
FRESH SALWOM and Flounder. Smoked Salmon and Halibut.
FRF.SH POTATOES and Onions. Cervelat Sausages (In foil), "And In Swee $."
FROZEN OYSTERS bath California and Eastern. Cream Cheese (in foil).
GRUENHAGEN'S BON BONS anJ Marshmallows.
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 IBigT Stores 2
The Waterhouse Store The Mclntvre Store
Tlxe -A.-u.stxalia, IBro-o.g'la.t
Apricots, Cherries, Peaches, Plums,
Fresh Cauliflower, Fresh Celery, Fresh Turnips
SMOKED - SALMON AND HALIBUT
Grimsby Blftaters, Dates, Figs, Lemons, Etc., Etc.,
: FOR :
SALTER & WAITY
ORPHBUM BLOCK. Fort St.
dlloethln, Sorro cold. Excellent for
f olxnhonw llfl.
Tclephons 503. p. o Box 984.
Importer aid Dealer in
Chinese Goods and Silk Hankerchiefs
-vis Nuuinu Street
P. O. Box 993 Til. if.
WXIHrGr WO CHAN
the oldest Chinese Firm in Honolulu.
Deiltri In Plot Silks tnl Grasi Linens. Chinese ani Japanese Goods ol All Kindt
sio-!s Nuuinu street.
P. Q. Box 813
009 Beiiktaxia Strket
We are showing In these ewJs some
extra cood thlnRS for the little folks In
(-in. 7.1. I fAAr l!n,tiilr ln(f
Silk Lisle and Cotton
If vou want Just the thing for the Hot
Spell and fall to lpect our Silk Depart
Don't forget that we are the sole agents
for.the famous "Dent's Kid Gloves" the
finest and best on earth.
up-to-date novelties to be obtained In the
been personally selected for the Honolulu
. Tort Street.
& CO., LTD.
COR. KING ANtf FORT STS.
Sandwiches and Luncheon. For ale by
212 King utrant. nmt to th ATllncmn
Between Hottt and PuM n
and Dewier in
Orrosiru Quken'h Hospital