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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1900.
, ARLINGTON BLOCK.
( SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Tailor AUlje Skirts anij Suits
Lmlles' und Misses' .WhhIi
Children's Wnsli Suits.
All New Goods.
Prices and Quality Insurpassable.
M- Brasch gp Co.
HAPMONY T.tlDflE NO. 3,
I. 0 O. V .
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
m Harmon Hall, King street.
J. D. McVEIOH. N. Q.
E. XL HENDUV, Secretary.
Ul visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODUE. No. I, K. of P.
Meets every Wednesday evening at
t:tf o'clock, Castle Hall, Fort street,
rutting brothers cordially Invited to
Mend. S. J. SALTER, C. C.
A. E. MURPHY, KjJt.S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third Thursday evening
kt Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially Invited.
A. F. GILFILLAN, II. P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, K. T.
Meets In Masonic Tcmule on the sec-1
ad Thursday evening of each month. I also ordered (icnei.il I Icy wood to as
ftll lsltlng Sir Knights courteously ' soluble f.00 marines nt San Francisco
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
t. D. TUCKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
Hatle Hall, 0'.4 Fort street, at 7:30.
embers of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
fliltlng brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR, C. C.
K. of It. and S,.
NUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
No. 1, A. & A.. S. R.
rfeeta the flrrt Thursday In each
Month, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn.
but and visiting brothers cordially In
ttod to attend all meetlnga.
W. M., FRANK U. AUERDACh.
VLLAN B. SCRIMGEOUR, Secretary.
LODOE Le PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A. Sk Rite.
Uted' meetings on tho last Monday
f each month, In Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE. W. M.
H. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
GEO. W. De LONO POST No,
45, O. A. R.
Department of California and Neva
Ik. meets it Harmony Hall, King
mat, first Thursday nvenlng of every
actath. Sojourning comrades are cor
tially Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. O.
I AB. T. COPELAND. Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE. No. 21,
F. & A. M.
ttated meetings, first Monday each
Month. Special meetings, when culled
twlli be noted In this space.)
Members Lodge- Lo Progres, Pacific
fcoU, and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT. W. M.
tL XL Q. WALLACE. Secretary.
THE ALOHA BRANCH OP THE
Change of date: Every Saturdiv Instead
of Tuesday, at 7:30 p. m. The Aloha
Branch of the Theosophlcal Society, will
hold Its regular mretlnc In the Knights of
Pythias Hall, next door to Holllster& Co ,
Fort street. Public cordlallv Invited.
Books lent. Information on Theosophy
given by writing to P. O. Box 554.
SUGAR MACHINERY AT
One Mlrless, Talt and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 15
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
25"Mft. 7ln. long.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (4
cells) capacity 50 tons.
One Triple Effect 350 a" tubes 4 ft.
7 Inches long.
One Small Steam Juice Pump.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan U In. Copper
cHolls 100' caoacltv M tons.
One 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Coils 150' capacity 7 tons.
Ocml Blake Feed Pump wate cvlln
oer 4X12". Steam Bhke Feed Pump
water cylinder 7x12" suction pipe 4
discharge 2i, steam ipipe i.
One New 16 ft. Tubular Boiler 6 ft,
ilhmMer. iA'A Inch tubes.
Two Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
inches. , ,
One Blake Vacuum Pump 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and How en Engine torn
Inches with shaft, gear and friction
clutJies. drlvlnz vacuum pump.
Six Wrsion i.eniri'ugais, snail ana
pulleys and 22' mixer.
One Molasses Plunger Pump 4X13 ,
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
shaft. t ,
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. beJ, 20"
Sundry Coolers, Mill Fltt gs etc.. &c
For particular!) apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
HOTEL ST. - sr"'
-k SV I
Ninth Infantry Arrives
Mori1 Troops to Be Sent
London. July 10. The Dally Mall's
correspondent nt Chefou announces,
under date of July Tth, that the Uth
United States Infantry has arrived nt
Washington, July 9. Two nddltlon
nl regiments probably the 4th nnl
ISth will sail from Manila for Takn
at once to reinforce tho Stli Infant I y.
which has nlready arrived. The dccl
flon to send two mure regiments to
China nt once was l cached nt n ion
Terence between Secrctniles Long. Root
and liny to consider n mesRnge froir.
Admiral Kenipff In reply to nn Inquiry
from the President for an estimate o'
the number of tioops required. Ills
opinion was that an International army
of 00,000 would be I (quired for ef
fective work. Secretary Long today
to sail on August 1st.
EMIL NUV AM) Tllli G. A. It.
Emll Ney, the Felf asserted descend
ant of the gieat Maishal Ney has been
causing the local Grand Army Post 1
good deal of trouble lately by attempt
ing to pas ns n Grand Army veteran
in good standing nnd obtain work on
the strength of the 'claim.
That theie might be no mistake II.
J. Greene wrote to Assistant Adjt. Gen.
Mustellar of tho Department of Cali
fornia to prove the character of Key's
icferenceB. Mastellar writes:
"Comrade E. 11. Jerome, who has
been In the Custom House here for 30
years, tells me Emll Ney was never
regularly employed In tho Customs ser
vice but wus at times on the roll as a
temporary weigher, and the recorded
pa rolls bear out his assertion. The
accompanying letter from San Quen
tln explains Itself.
"I have carefully examined tho Do
scilptlon Books of Lincoln, Htnrr, King
and Sedgcwlck Posts (the two latter
having been consolidated with Lin
coln) nnd nowheie can I 11 ml that Emll
Ney was ever a member of any of tho
The letter from San Quentln to
which General .Mastellar refers states
that "Emll Ney" was strongly recom
mended for u position ns guard und ap
pointed to that position by tho warden.
Shortly ufter being appointed Ney bo
came Intoxicated nnd was discharged.
Hc'h All HliJIit.
Alntau T. Atkinson, Federal Census
Commlt-sloncr and Territorial Super
intendent of Education, was shown nil
nrtlclo In the Hawaii Herald represent
ing htm as not having the (piallllca'tlon
for olllce of Ainerlcnu citizenship.
"I am a citizen," Mr, Atklncuu said.
"I was nnturallzed ns a Hawaiian.
How long is it since Chas. Spencer
was Minister of the Interior? e sign
ed my naturalization papeis." Tho late
Mr. Spencer became Minister of the In
terior in 181)0, going out tho following
year on tho death of King Knlakuun
but being leccimmlbsloncd by Queen'
The ever popular Halnler beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a gloss of Ueattle," Is more
. linJ tVinn nnwthlno ! Tk
Criterion Saloon ha. the beer on tap or
In bottlei. .
. 1 V
: : : French Valenciennes - - Edgings ahd Insertions : : :
At prices that cannot fall to attract. '
t ar-ULsrfc "riiinls. of It,
A dozen yards of LACE for 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c and so on up to a
dollar a DOZEN.
3S3S3.3SS NO SUCH VALUES HAVE EVPR BEEN OFFERED IN ' HONOLULU BEFORE. fSSSSCfC
N. S. 3ACMS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
JJVAi THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. &?1i&?if&7
LOCAL AND 'GENERAL,
Tor that tired feeling take n ride
up I'nclllc HelRlits.
Amerlcati Meat.enger Service. Ma
nonlc Tetnrle. Tel. 44i
C. II. TliurMon nnd S. .1. Harris liao
filed petitions for naturalization.
TliO schooner Hobcrt Lowers cleared
lor this port from San rranclsco, July
WEDDING STATIONEIIY. Engraved
II. V. W1CHMAN.
I.nvv. Campbell Ilulldlng,
cliant nml Fort Btrcets.
Itemember that robin's egg bine 1
the standing color of the Tribune bi
cycle. Whitman & Co, uro tho agents.
Gonsalvis, photographer, IJerctanii
near Alupal Is giving away one 16x20
crayon portrait with (5 worth of pho
tos. Charlie Clark, who had his letf brok
en by n kick from a home nt Kallhl
camp home five weeks ago, la able to
get about the house on crutches.
J. S. Van llurcn. the IIoiiRkoug agent
for the Pacific Mall, Toyr rflsvii Kal
-i,f "' occuint.Ti n.i orionti stnm-
bIiIji companies, M ;i through umn-
ger In the Nippon Marti.
Halelwu, or the "Beautiful House,"
tho new Walalua hotel, cannot be sur
passed us n quiet resting place and Is
a beautiful spot that should not bs
missed by tourists on any considera
tion. s San Francisco, July C Tho British
ship Hllstoti, out "7 days from Honolu
lu for Tocopllln, nrrhed nt nt her desti
nation 011 July 4th. She had been list
ed ns overdue and 10 per cent reinsur
ance bad been quoted upon her.
There was 11 very good attendance at
the meeting of the Theosophlcal So
ciety Saturday evening. The event of
the evening was the address of Dr. A
Marquis, president of the Aloha
Branch, on the subject: "The Power
There will be a meeting of the Gen.
S. C. Armstorng Industrial Asoclatlon
nt the High school at 2 p. m. tomoriow.
Besides the tegular uununl election of
otllcers, n number of reports on vnrl
ous matters connected with the asso
ciation, will be lend.
The wreck cf the schooner Mllle
Mori Is has been sold to Fred Wundui
berg for JCJ. Her one boat brought
$25 and. her cargo of paddy 5. The
Malolo was sent to Kancohc yesterday
to pull the schooner off tho rocks, If
possible. At last accounts she was al
The T. K. K. Nippon Maru .v rived
off port early this morning and hauled
alongside the Pacific Mall wharf at
about C:30 o'clock. She Railed from
San Francisco July 10, experiencing
line weather throughout the trip.
The Moann Is due from San Fran
cisco tomorrow morning.
In addition to tho Strathgyle, tin1
Belgian King and the Universe, two
large carriers, have also been oftered
to thu Government us transports The
Sumner will sail for Nagasaki from
San Francisco on July ICtli, but If she
enrries troops, she will have no room
lor freight. Should there bo a call for
rush freight to China, the transport
oDlclnls state that they can get sulll
dent tonnage to supply tho demand.
The Mynttc Slirlnc.
It is expected that I)r .Wood will be
at the head of the Mystic Shrine short
ly to be Instituted In Honolulu by n
deputation from the Coast. Other mem
bers of this high rank In Mna-m-y here
are Dr. Galbralth. 11. II. Williams, .Vil
li row Drown and Mr. Lewis the engin
eer. RewnrdH Will Itc Pnld.
Washington, 3uly 9. Minister Wn
has cabled to Shcug, dlicctor gencrnl
of impel lal posts at Sliaughul, nnd to
the Viceroy nt Nankin n lequest that
they take steps to have It made known
In Peking and vicinity that heavy re
wards will be paid by tho American
people for the solvation of the peoplo
In the legations.
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Dttlgntr .-l llullltr of Hlsli-Gril,
Yacnts- Boats "J '-nchesl
' P O. Bo 6u Tlertio!u jo
WE HAVE PLACED ON SPECIAL SALE
-aii - zt is 22 -13 -rtfeq I yfr&t I 9f!( I y 1 19
: Every tin contains 5 lbs best
coffee ami one fine China cup and
saucer. Try it ami judge for your
self. Ths Washington
Mercantile Co., Ltd.
L W. Merrill.
Custom House Brokerage
113 KAAHUMANU ST.
Makes A SPECIALTY of Monthly
Accounts and Rents.
are generally perfect and sound,
and at ail events are a much
prettier feature of the mouth
than dirty and discolored teeth.
Then again when kept cleai
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
Hollister Drug Co,
TflH : PACIFIC : NORSBRY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddlnfi & Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
PINKE & CO.,
Union St., above Hotel.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
We have Just received direct from the makers an assortment of
Ladies Muslin Underwear, which we believe, In Variety of Styles, Com
pleteness of Assortment and General Attractions has never been sur
passed in Honolulu.
Tlie line is too large to enumerate the different garments, so we have
nnde a display of a few of them in our large central window which will
give one a partial idea of what they are and the variety of styles we
have. This stock is worthy of inspection.
In the same department will be
Waists, ladies shirt w.tNts in silk and
variety of styles, but few of a kind.
Ladies Uver-bKirts for dress,
wool, linen, cotton pioue. in white,
delay in one's supplying oneself with
Ladies in want of a Cape of any
purchasing elsewhere, they Inspected
trapes tor the opera, lor dress,
golf, etc., in white, black and colors.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
By the Barks "J. C. Pflueger" and "M. E. Watson"
. WE HAVE RECEIVED A
LARGE ASSORTMENT 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.
- - On Ice --
All Seasonable Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
TURKEYS. DUCKS and CHICKEN-. Tr one of our TENDER BROILERS.
FRESH SAL MOM and FlnunJer, Smoked Salmon and Halibut.
FREsH POTATOES and Onions. Cervelat Sausages (In foil), "And In Swta s.'
FROZEN OYSTERS bath California and Eastern. Cream Cheese (in foil).
GRUENHAGEN'S BON BONS and Marshmallows.
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 IBig" Stores 2
The Waterhouse Store
. . . Metwupst
A FINE LINE OF
Crackers, Etc., Etc., Etc.
SALTER & WAITY, Sl
ORPHBUM BLOCK. Fort St.
Slloa thin. Serve cold, Excellent for
Chinese Goods and Silk Hankerchiefs
tt-i Nuuinu SUt
P. O BOX ! Til. ll.
WI3XTC3r 70 CHAN
the oldest Chinese firm in Honolulu.
Dilf ft In Flnt Silks nJ Grin Linens. Chtnm ni Japtncst Goods of All JCtodi
tio-it Nuutnii strnl.
XX. XXjSLIXA: A3NTO
Importer and Dealer in
JAPA1SE PROVISIONS i& GENERAL MERCHANDISE
609 Beiuttania Stkket - Opposite Queen's Hospital
found, Ladies' and Misses' Shirt
cotton, white and colored, a large
traveling, walking or riding, 01 siik,
black and colors; there need be no
a Skirt at short notice suitable for
description, would do well, it oeiore
our stock of capes.
lor traveling, tor wanting, riumg,
& CO , LTD.
I The Mclntvre Store
COR, KING ANLTFORT STS.
Sausage . . .
Candies, Chewing Gums.
Sandwiches and Luncheon. For aal by
212 KlnK atntAt. next to th Arllnrr-m
P. O Bos 984.
and Dealer in
Betwfm Hotel and Peuahl -