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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1900.
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f SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Tailor Made Skirts and Suits
Lmlles' and Mlsse' ,V8li
Children's Wiish Suite.
AH New Goods.
Prices and Quality
M. Brasch i& Co.
HAPMONY T.ODdE NO. 3,
I. O O. V ,
Mteti every Monday evening at 7:30
ta Harmon.' Hall, King Direct.
J. D. McVEIOil. N. 0.
E. U. HENDUY. Secretary.
All vlritln; brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODU13. No. 2, K. of 1
Meets every Wednesday evening at
:I6 o'clock. Castlo Hall, Fort street,
Halting brothers cordially Invited to
ttnd. S. J. SALTER, C. C.
AEMUHl'HY, jt H"JL-
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
n. A. M.
MmU every third Thursday evening
km Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially lnvltd.
A. P. OILF1LLAN, H. P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretnry.
No. 1, K. 1:
Meets In Masonic Temple on the sec
Mi Thursday pvcntng of each month.
all visiting Sir Knights courteously
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
. D. TUCKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening- at their
iMtle Hall, 420 W Fort street, at 7:30.
Msubers of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
lilting brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR, C. C.
K. of R. nnd 3..
NUUANU CHAPTER. ROSE
No. 1, A. & A.. S. R.
Meets the flrft Thursday In each
Month, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn
bag and visiting brothers cordially ln
fltsd to attend all meetings.
W. M., FRANK D. AUERBACH.
ALLAN B. SCRIMQEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE Le PROGRES DU
No. 124, A. A. S. Rite.
Uted meetings on the last Monday
at each month, in Us hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE. W. M.
H. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
GEO. ,W. Do LONO POST No,
45, O. A. R.
Department ot California and Neva
M. meets at Harmony Hall, King
tract, first ThursJay evening of every
tli, Bojournlng comrades are cor
stir Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. 0.
I AM. T. COPELAND, Adt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21,
F. & A. M.
tated meetings, first Monday each
Month. Special meetings, when culled
(will be noted In this space.)
Members Lodge Le Progres, Pacific
IbDdie, and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT. W. M.
K. R. O. WALLACE, Secretary.
THE ALOHA BRANCH OH THE
Change of date: Every Saturdav Instead
of Tuesday, at 7:30 p. m. The Aloha
Branch of the Theosnnhlcal Socletv. will
hold its regular meeting in the Knights of
Pythias H.ill, next doorto HollUtenV Co ,
Fort street. Public cordially Invited.
Books lent. Information on Theosopliy
given by writing to t o. isox 554.
One Mlrless, Talt and Watson W. B.
Steam Engine Diameter of cylinder 15
Inches, stroke 3 feet.
One Four Roller Mill steel gear,
25H"x4ft. 7in. long.
One Diffusion Battery Complete (14
cells) capacity 50 tons.
One Triple Effect-350 2" tubes 4 ft.
One Small Steam Juice Pump
all Steam juice rump.
One 7 ft. Vacuum Pan In.
Oolls 100' capacity 5)5 tons.
One 8 ft. Vacuum Pan 2 In. Copper
Colls 1 50' capacity 7 ton.
Duplex Blake Feed Pump wate' cvlln
ur4Hxi2". Steam Blake Feed Pump
water cylinder 7Hxu" suction pipe 4"
discharge 2,steamplre itf. ;
One New IO It, luouiar noun u il
diameter, 74-4 Inch tubes
Two Blake Vacuum Pumps 12x18
rw Hlake Vacuum Pumn 14x18 Inches.
One Tatum and Bowen Engine 10x12
Inches with shaft, car and friction
clutches, driving vacuum pump.
Six Weston Centrl'ueals, shaft and
pulleys and 22' mixer.
une mousses i-iuort ruuii qn .
driven by belt and pulley from centrifugal
shaft. ... ,.
One Putnam Lathe, 8 ft. bed, 20"
Sundry Coolers. Mill Fltt gs &c. &c.
For particulars apply to
MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
TEL ST. ;s5
it -.tJ !
iTHE FIRST GRAND
The first grand jury summoned In the
Territory of ltiiwnll uiir at the llomi
Kna ti'rm. Attorney (U-iivrnl E. P.
Dole oltmtecrod this statement to u
"I tun grently pleased with the work
of Deputy Cathinrt at ilimukiin. It Is
the first term under the new system of
Indictment by a grand Jury and con
viction only by a unanimous enllct
of a petty Jury. Mr. Cnthcatt obtained
three (otnlctlons for homicides.
"Meyners. was convicted of man
slaughter In the pcconil degree In kill
ing Oils Schnnrtz. Mnhatea wns eon
Uted of manslaughter In the second
degree In killing a Japanese laborer.
From what I know of the cases I think
these verdicts were essentially Just.
I "l'lill ttnrl wiiu rmivlf t,1 n mniMnr
In the llrst degree for n deliberate,
"Juries nre now composed entirely
of American citizens. The grand Jury
must number not less than 13, nor
more than 23 men."
Mnn nn the Corner.
It. E. Lockwood Is the "man on the
corner" niiurt whom people have .been
asking so many uuestlons during the
past three days. Yesterday Mr. Lock
wood has been at the corner of Fort
and King streets, book nnd pencil In
hand. On Monday he was at the cor
ner of Fort and Queen. Today he will
shift to another place.
Mr: Lockwood was ordered by Road
Superintendent Campbell to note the
number of vehicles of all kinds passing
on tli emostly used thoroughfares of
Honolulu for the purpose of ascertain
ing the proper kinds of pavement to
Aeronaut Meet Dcutli.
Santa Ana, July 4. Prof. Emll Mar
keberg, nn aeronaut, made his last
ascension here this ufteruoon. He now
lies at the morgue, lifeless and with all
the bones In his body broken. At the
height of COO feet, while hanging to
n strap by his teeth, the strap broke
and the aeronaut shot towaid the earth
like n cannon ball. Although BOO feet
in mld-alr, be dashed to the earth so
ipilckly that people below could
scarcely get away from under him. He
tore the thousands of spectators real
ized what a terrible fate had befallen
the during aeronaut he lay lifeless at
Judge Stanley's RcHlgnutlon.
Judge Stanley sent his letter of
teslgnatlon to Governor Dole Tuesday,
and tetlred from the Circuit Court
bench ( sturdily. Today he resumes
the practice of law. Judge Stanley
wanted to retire 011 the Inauguration
of the Territory, the appointment of
his biioeessor Inning been announced.
Owing to the alMoncc or Judge Sllll
man fiom tbeTerlrtoiy, however, Onv
ernor Dolo procured his consent to
Firm lnclc Train for Clilrm.
Washington, July 9. The departure
of the llrst pack train for t'hlnese ser
vice was reported to the War Dep.ut
ment today In n telegram fiom Van
couver Ilarrniks, Washington. It says
the transport l.ennon tmsed out of the
Columbia river to sea at T o'clock this
morning, carrying 2I!t horses belong
ing to the Sixth Cuvnlry, 2S riding
horses for packers und 100 pack mules.
0-u.x IFxice TTvTkLile Tli-er I-jStst-
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Honolulu Chapter, No. 1. It. A. M.,
For that tired feeling take a ride
up Pacific Heights.
WEDDINO STATIONERY. Engraved
' 'arils, Embossing.
II. F. YVIOIIMAN.
Forty head of horses and mulis nr
led In the H. N. Castle for Ous Schu
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from J1.00
per week up.
The St. Andrew's Cathedral Sewing
Society will have Its sale of fancy ar
ticles on Deiember 1.
Frederick V. Hnnkcy, Attorney at
Law, Campbell Uulldlng, corner Mer
chant and Fort streets.
(luerreru & Hoke, .Miller street, carry
n choice line of groceries nnd delica
cies, New goods every Australia.
A. W. Seabury Is no longer connected
with the Hawaiian Electric Co. He has
taken a position with Hoffman &
Whitney it MarBh have Just received
p new consignment of the ever popular
Indies' Stanley shirt waists. See their
til on page 5.
What Is undoubtedly the most up-to-
date and handsomest phaeton that has
nrrhed In Honolulu lately, may be
found at Schumann's repository on
Merchant street. The wheels nre
maroon and the body black, while the
lining Is of whipcord. A large num
ler of people have already been around
to sic It.
Passengers by the Nllhau yesterday
report a strike of laborers on Kenlln
plantation. Seven hundred Jupanebo
went out on Monday nnd refused to
work unless paid 20 per month, a
raise of S3 over their old wages. I!e-
loro leaving the steamer people learned
that the Japanese had urged the dock
hands at Kap.m to rpilt work or they
vould be beaten.
REFORMUIt nOESTO JAPAN.
Leung Khal Chew, the Chinese re
former, left by the Nippon Mnru for
Japan. After lemnlnlng there n while
he will go to China. At a Chinese ban
quet glicn he other day to Knual le
formcis by Mr. Leung, the latter stat
ed that there were fourteen provinces
In China ready to Join In a demonstra
tion ugnlnst the Empress Dowager.
He Viad received information by the
America Maru to the effect that the
How Wongs were all ready to rise at
the word. They had been u little slow
In getting ready but this was due to
the tact Hint It was almost Impossible
to get the 'liunltluns of war Into the
country without detection by the gov
ernment. 'We mean tight," said Leung Khal
Chew. "We can stand oppression no
longer. It Is n pity we did not get
started before the present trouble be
gan ns the danger of n partition of
China would not then have been pres
ent, but, as I said before, we could not
'Yes, I shall go to China. I have ab
solutely nu fear as our party is strong
enough to give me protection. How
ever. I shall take caie to keep In tho
'I would like to say that I nm not
aspiring to any big position under the
Emperor as stated In one of the papers.
That Is not what I am working for.
My aim Is to free my people from the
yoke they are now wearing and to In
troduce civilization Into my country;
when I have done that, my fight will be
finished. Should It be necessary, I
would dlevfor my jwoplc."
Olive Branch llebekah Lodge, No. 2,
I. O. O. F Installed the following us
officers last night, II. If. Williams mt
eil as district deputy: Noble grand,
Mae Weir; vice grand, Clara M. (,ur
ney; secietnry. James Hlckucll: trens
uier, Anna I.- King: wnrden, Alice
Heirlck; conductor, Murlou A. Nelson;
It. S. N. O.. Charles F. Ilerilek. L. S.
X. O.. Annie R. Illcknell: II. S. V. a..
C. McDonald; L. S. V. ( Kthel Cur
ney; Inside guardian, W. J. Hlckey;
chaplain, Carrie Riley, P. (7.
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Dtllener .M DullJ.r ot Hljh-CrtJt
Yachts, Boats and Launches I
Woim, 641 KING ST.
Box 611. TelephoBt Tfc.
l'hb'fcM'tb'i',WMl"M)rb'frfrfrb A Splendid. Assortment
J FRENCH PRINTED 'LAWN8-
: Every tin contains 5 lbs best
coffee and one fine China cup and
saucer. Try it and Judge for your
self. The Washington
Mercantile Co., Ltd.
L W. MinRill.
H. O. MlDDUDITCH,
Custim House Brokerage.
113 Kaahumanu St.
Makes A SPECIALTY of Monthly
Accounts and Rents.
are generally perfect and bound,
and at all events are a much
prettier feature of the mouth
than dirty and discolored teeth.
Then again when kept clean
and white are less liable to decay
which rather is due to thought
lessness in teetli 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,
THB : PACIFIC : NORSBRY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddln& Funeral Design
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
FIKKE & CO.,
Union St., above Hotel.
Fine Job Printing at
to Sell at 20c. per yard
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 nnd General Attractions has never been sur
passed In Honolulu.
The line is too large to enumerate the different R.uments, so we have
mde a display of a few of them In our larpe central window which will
Jve one a partial idea of what they are and the variety of styles wc
iave. This stock Is worthy of Inspection. ... . . , .
In the same department will be found, Ladies' and Misses snirt
Waists, ladies shirt waists in silk and cotton, white and colored, a large
variety of stvles, but few of a kind.
Ladies Over-Skirts for dress, traveling, walking or riding, of silk,
wool, linen, cotton nioue. in white, black and colors; there need be no
delay in one's supplying oneself with
Ladies in want of a Cape of any
purchasing elsewhere, they Inspected
Capes for the opera, for 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.
: TKCE3 :
- - On Ice --
All Seasonable Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
TURKEYS, DUCKS and CHICKENS. Try one of our TENDER BROILERS.
FRESH SALUO.U anJ FlounJer. Smoked Salmon and Halibut.
FREsH POTATOES and Onions. Cervelat Sausages (In foil), "And In Swee s.'
FROZEN OYSTERS both California and Eastern. Cream Cheese (in foil).
GRUENHAGEN'S BON BOSS and Marshmallows.
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 DSier Stores 2
The Waterhouse Store
. . . Metwurst
A FINE LINE OF
Slloe thin, Serve cold. Excellent for
Tclephons 503. P. O Bos 984.
iMPomta aid DtAita in
Chinese Goods and Silk Hanherchiefs
t9 Nuuinu Strett
P. O. Box 99). Til. il.
TOTiixrcSr xro cmLAjy
The Oldest Chinese Firm in Honolulu.
DoUrt In Fine Silks and Grtsi Llnm, Chlntw mi Jjptntsa Gooli of All Kindt
tio-ait Nuuanu ilrect.
F, Q, Box B12
609 Bekktama Sthkkt
a Skirt at short notice suitable for
description, would do well, If before
our stock of capes.
for traveling, for walking, riding,
& CO., LTD.
j&.TTSZCEZT - iX.
The Mclntyre Store
COR. KINO ANtf fORT STS.
Candies, Chewing Gums.
Crackers, Etc., Etc., Etc.
BLOCK, Fort St.
Sandwiches and Luncheon. For ale by
312 Klne atreet. next tn tho Arllncmn
nttwf.it Hottl inJ Pautht -
3VT .A. 3NT O
and Douer in
tf GENERAL MERCHA1ISB
Orr-OSITB QUKKN'S HOHFITAL