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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., 8ATUIIDAY, FED. 2, 1001.
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F.PETtRSOl J A MATTIItttWAN
Peterson & Mattlicwman,
"ATTOHM YS AM)
COUNM LLOUS AT I AW
p O Box i.
rumtovfi Main iM
is KAAIICVUM' ST
SEU. A. UAVI3 ' J3E0 D. GEAR
OAVIS & GEAR
Worneys and Counsellors at Law
Xoomj 202, 203, 102, JuJJ Bulldlne.
'Zor. Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu
J. M. KANEAKUA,
&ttornoy anil Counsellor at
Offloe: In Iho Occidental Hotel,
jveer of King and Alakca Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil.
......Pictures Framed In any style
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldings for Frames hava
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
46? TtLEPHONE 860
O BOXoftl TEL WHITE 9)1
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Delng and Repairing, a
Clothes D ed Fast Black or any color
65 II otel St.. Ncnr For t
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A K. OZAWA, Macatar.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
ftaporiry Ofllc Roo 7 upittln Sprtcktli bull!
if Tl 544
LADIES SKIRTS CLEANO
Clothing Clranil, Dad anj Repaired
-SUITS MADE TOOIiDER
JVFit guaranteed 4aT-Loweit Pilte .
7m1 Stmt, near Kukul, ni nfr Orpheum Theater.
KkTPricet Cteinlnj: one suit, $1, D)lng lull It je
ircnltects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To
H. L. KERR & CO.,
architects and Builders
F.W. P.arlilaa P. O. Bo trl
KHARDSLEK & PACE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington. Annex,
Honolulu, H. 1.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
it Short Notice. 1141
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Oottl
Queen .treet. Honnlnln
H. P. BERTELMAN'S
Ifo riar of old stand. Entrance on Khif
j'it. 0'.r left at either shop, or office,
it Jol'n Nott's ore, King street, will re
'' promc utttn'lnn. UU-tf
75 and 79 King Hiiro?
TELKPHONK NO 111
ROW Is tho tlmu 10 Kt lea
breakage? ireon to act! i,Ui
Roofs Put in O'ck
By oompolHiit worhn
II W. Haite.
fionolnla Sheet Metal Worh
Gslvwlztd Iron Skylights and Ysstllit.
Conductor Pipe and Gutttr Wo-W,
Alcbaria Sii.it, ret Queen and Mircbanl. Hea.la
aWJotblor promptly attended to.-Vt
Tel, White -11. P. O. I?ox all .
Notice to Property Owners and Builders
1 wish to notify the Property Owners
ni BulUers In general, that I am now
pen for business In the Territory Stables
Block, King St.. and am ready to give
figures on all kinds of plumbing and sew
trage work. A complete line alwaj s car
rleJ In stock.
C. H. BROWN,
Telephone Main 48. Sanltarv Plumber,
P.O. Box 811. 3Klng St.
Fine Job Printing at the .lulletln
Snrgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
II. W. Howard, M. D.
1121 ALAKEA STIUEr.
o to 12 1. nv,
3 to 4 p. m. and
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Roo. a9 ), orEiri, main, )s
Boston IHatilva Rrius"icE,
I OUT MUEtT. Willie, 8oi.
IIOURS-ll A M TO p :
TO JP H, ITOIP M,
P. O BOX 8-1 SlMlAVS-ll-aP W
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcretnnln Street.
JOURS-ototi SUNDAY gtoti
1 to T
7 to 8 Telephone 602
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to his new office and resl
Jence, Beretanla St., neirly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS U? ,m P'
10:30 p.m. to 7:30p.m.
Ifiij TEL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
'is rt-oDet ed his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
V 8 P.M. )
Ifl. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Rcldence: Comer
Beretanla and Mll'er streets,
lorries Hours 1 (d 11 a m.
1 to J P M
Sundays 9 jo to tt 10A m
TELITHONE no. WHITE mi
JR SALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite the
Telephone G10. P. 0. Box, 601.
Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sumla)s, 8 to 11 a. m
DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
3D & aa. t i s t.
Office for the present u Ith Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours 8:30 to4
., C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Lovo Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to I. Telephone 431.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
iMfORTKBH, AND WlrOI.KBALH
ac end Lipr Dealers
Araoia to, it. Benl.J I'alnlar Bt. r ol taittla
No. IS NtruAmr bmEKT
reittr Bleu. Hotoiuilr, Hawaiian Iilaioi.
P O. Caxjtt Jluti,.! TaltpbuPf u"
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MLRCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
" L. li DEE, Prop.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting? and Superintending
Pltftro Hydraulic Power TranbmlsMori
KEPOKT8 AND EHTIMATET
FlUWrSHKD. . . .
With Cattou-Noll Co., Quoon 3ttPot
OllUo next to Pm jBcn lusi
A. Harrison Mill Co.
tSTIVtATlS rUVMSHID ON ALL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Fnmes, Bllid. Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, f-lnlsh lurnlng
, ..,.., KAWAIAIIAO ST., KI.WALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O Box 5S2.
M. Am. Sec. C. B.
80(1 Judd Block. Tela. Mi
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern SUQAH 11A
CHINEHY of every capacity and de
scrlptlon madti to ordei. Boiler wort
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atton
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and rnpajn
executed at shortest notlr.
Would Thus Dominate
China and the
Tells How American Wheat and Flour
Trade in China is Doom
ed Wants a
A. Bostteman of Port Arthur, China,
Mas a passenger In the Hongkong Ma
ru on his way home from St. Peters
burg. He Is ono of tho Czar's captnlni
of Indiistr. hating won distinction,
ecn In Court circles, by his masterly
work ns superintendent of the Man
churlan Railway. Ills lsit at St.
Petersburg was for the purpose of con
sulting with the Czar's nthlsors con
cerning the present complications In
China nnd to confer with capitalists
who are Interested In the great Si
berian railway nnd In Northern China
Rostlcmnn has been In northeastern
Asln for the past eighteen jears and
has become totally nbsorbed with the
creation of the Czar's great road and
his inssltin urn hope Is to sec RusHin
commerce rule the Pacific. Bostlcmin
stands six feet four nnd contnlns the
cnerg) of a Corliss engine.
To n Bulletin reporter he Raid the
present Chinese troubles mean a mess
and a squabble for n couple of enrs;
then quiet "The Itusshn Hear will
ktep Manchuria under Its paws," said
.Mr. Bostlemnn. "W'hnt becomes of the
rest of China concerns us but little.
Russia wants In China. Just enough
ptilltlral sway to gunrnmce Industrial
dominion to the Czar's subjects We
arc dc eloping northern China We do
not want to rule China; we want to
feed her. The rallwnjs we arc build
ing will cnnble us to do this. We are
coorlng Hastcrn Siberia with a net
work of telegraph lines nnd will ex
tend them to the lower end of the
"Yes, we would llko to hae the
I'nltetl States lay n cahlo by the north
ern route. We do not like San Fran
cisco It Is tho most expensUc port
on tho Pacific. We nre already 'feeling'
the transcontinental ronds on tho sub
ject of traffic agreements Tho 'Frisco
ronds. wo count out of the deal already.
The Cnnnillnn Piclflc people can't un
derstand that we nre doing nn thing of
moment In Northeastern Asia. Some
of tho Ynnken rotds will form connec
tions with us nnd I epect It W11 be
a roitl with n terminus on Puget sound
"Wheat? Russian can furnish China
w Ith all tho w heat nnd flour she needs.
We nro dead against American wheat
Hill's big freighters, with which ho
proposes to bring ocr such enormous
cargoes, do not alarm us I hate found
It truo that any rich man can build n
big ship. It Is another thing to mnkc
"Tho upbuilding of a Ilussslan mer
chant marine will be slow. Wo have
no subsidies to help us out. But our
wheat fields and great flour mills along
tho Siberian road will shut out tho
American product from China, no mat
ter how big Jim Hill builds his freight
ers. "Wo nro .opening up gold mines that
must bo equipped with American mi
chlnery. Wo will wnnt great quanti
ties of electric machinery nnd we will
nlwajs consume n liberal quantity of
California wine. Your Iilg ships must
bring to Russia and Northern China
these things. Wo do not want our
ARE YOU DEAF??
Ocrr kind of flrnfupMH tnd Utfllrult hrar
fiiari imi lt rurrct i your nr invcnttont tnlr
tlniBi. litiTlr ir been tnirn deaf nro Incurable INuUra
iij i li i at renmmi i uev. en ariiouiari abnu
ur(ie ( nu 1U n and ml Ira Tj, Krrjr
m liii t ii ro limintit at lil own tmruo at rttj
I HK atlkC.
DIR. DALT0N"; AURAL CLINIC,
itlllf tl) lit I A A
IF-a-ll lirs-e of-
sLA&GE VXRIETY OF BEDROOM SETS &
Parlor Rockers, Baby Carraiges, etc.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 840. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 84Q.
Walter Baker &Cols
rtrr.t, Mitciocs, Ktrramors-
Within ten or fifteen jears, you will
have no flour trado in China; but there
arc ninny kinds of goods which wo
must depend on tho Yankees to fur
Speaking of the Queen's death, Bos
tlcman said: "I do not caro who sits
on the thrones; I only want to know
what the markets arc."
Turning questioner, Bostlemnn nsk-
ed, "What for jou no wnnt Chinamen
to como to Hawaii? Why ou wont
to pay American such big price for
work when Chinese work so chenp7 Wo
build the rallrond with Chlncso who
work for "4 cents to 20 cents per tiny
These men were starving before wo
went to them with Industrial oppor
(unities." Bostlemnn thought $12 50 or
JtT.GO per month for plantation labor
was outrageous and couli! not compre
hend the American Idea of good wages.
A Missing Man Is
Being Advertised For
By tho Sonoma, Sheriff Brown re.
ceUetl n circular from the Plnkcrton
National Dctecthc Agency, giving a
description of J. S. Lancaster of Daw
son City, Yukon Territory, for whose
apprehension, a reward of $300 Is of.
fcred by J. Calderhead, a merchant of
Lancaster hns committed no crime
but he Is supposed to bo tnsano nnd his
peoplo wnnt him taken home where
they can keep a watchful lookout on
him. The circular units particularly
that officers reccl Ing copies search the
hospitals and nsylums In tuolr respec-
tlo cities nnd towns.
Lanccstci was last seen In Seattle,
Wash.. August 2 of last )ear. He Is
fifty jenrs of age nnd measures C feet
3 lilt lies in hl3 stocking feet IIU
weight Is 190 pounds his eomplelon
Is dark nnd he Is er) fond of talking
nnd telling stories The missing man
Is a member of tho Mnccnbees, tho A
O. L' W. nnd Is a Roman Catholic.
Cnptnln Ilurrj Flint of tho water
front pollco Is sure that he Baw Lancas
ter on tho Sierra when she stopped
hero on her way to tho Colonics The
height and build of tho man was jtiat
ns described but whit makes I'llnt so
smo It was tho man now being nther
tlsed for was tho fact that there was
a peculiar strenk of whlto down the
middle, of tho beard, ns pictured In tho
Another street meeting was held by
Miss Aikermnn and Miss Murcutt at
tho corner of Nuunnu nnd Hotel street
last night. Miss Ackcrman spoko nt
some length to the largo number of
peoplo assembled. Miss Murcutt fol
lowed. The result was that a number
of peoplo signed tho pledge. These
ocnlng meetings will bo continued un.
til further notice, tho two ladles labor
ing In tho cause of temperance bellev.
Ing thnt they are now reaching the elo
men which most needs their help.
TO CURC A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets
AH druggists refund tho money It It
fails to cure. E. W. Orove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
k wiius 6ua t co iro.
ft Bmah.tComa.13IV.ua.. A
S Crvua Swat Caoralata, 1-4 la. aalM. v'
V roa .alb riiaotNOoitooiaa. XL
) Waltor Bakor A Com Ltd. X
Dorchester, Mail., U. S. A. A
H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
and Rattan Chairs,
Divans, Couches, etc.
HE ii ii
As Held Annually in the
City of New
IDENTITY OF THE KING
KEPT PROFOUND SECRET
How Populace Acts at Time of Hold
ing of Carnival Bells Ring
and the People
As Honolulu can think nnd speak of
nothing but Mardt Gras at present, a
description of the earl Mardl Gras at
New Orleans will not come amiss ,
It Is n much more elaborate and
longer drawn out affair than the one
Honolulu Is so engerl) awaiting. For
two tlajs preceding the ball here arc
processions wonderful to behold and
gorgeous beyond description. The
greatest secret- Is prcscrctl as to who
will be King of the Carnhal. He is
chosen by a committee nnd for ehjo
beforehand, the papers keep the publlr
nthlsed of his moomonts as If he were
real ojnlty. Plnnlly It Is announced
thnt, on a certain, ccnlng the boat con
taining the King, nnd rojal suite will
arrho and the city en masse, flocks to
tho Jetty to witness the landing.
In tho meantime, the King and his
pulto go to a point beyond the landing
place nnd cmlmtk on the boat, which
then proceeds to the point where tho
populace Is awaiting it.
The boit is greeted with ould ac
clamations and, to one who might not
know It wns a farce, the scene would
lead him to think that n genuine tojnl
function was taking place Indeed, so
real Is the whole thing, thnt there nre
few in the crowd who do not feel nil
tho thrill and enthusiasm a lojal sub
ject feels on beholding his sovereign.
The King ami his suite all masked
disembark nmld tho wildest enthu
siasm ami to the ringing of Innumer
able, bells blowing of whistles, music
of the band nnd the shouts of the as.
scmbled multitude. Tho King Is
gowned most elaborately. Ills cos
tumo Is cry,elcgnnt nnd Is used from
j ear to enr. The most intense specu
lation Is rife regarding the Identity of
tho King, who docs not unmnsk until
tho night of tho grand Mnrdl Gras ball
Tho prlnlcpal eent of the day after
tho rojal arrival Is a procession. Tho
King Is conducted to the City Hall,
where the Mi or hands to him the kejs
of tho city Then the city Is turned
loose. As far ns roalty Is concerned,
this ends the day. but the streets are
full of maKei3. who keep the exclto
ment fever heat.
Next tomes the grand procession.
Ever one In it nnd out of It, Is masked,
Ono who has once v ltncssed this pro
cession will never forget It. Thousands
of dollars aie spent on the floats which
nro wonderful nnd beautiful beyond
words. The brilliance of tho whole gor
geous pigennt qulto beggars descrip
tion. Thus endeth tho second dny.
Last but not least, comes tho Orand
Ball, which Is the final event of the
Mardl Gras festlv Ules . This ball Is
preceded bj a woiiaerful night parade.
In which elaborate and costly flonts and
fantastically nnd beautifully robed
maskers acquire an added charjn, lent
by tho Illuminations, and the mjstery
Tho luill," first nnd foremost. Is exclusive-
and thoso who nro privileged
to nttend, accept the honor to tho tuno
of from five to ten dollars, v hlch Is tho
cost of the ticket of ndmlsslon. These
tickets, w tilth the proud owner keeps
as a souvenir, nre gotten up In Paris,
and nre very beautiful and nrtlstlc.
Tho King comes to tho ball still
masked. The utmost secrecy has been
maintained regarding his Identity. No
ono outside of the committee who chosa
him, knows positively who ho Is. Of
course, Dame Rumor, has not been Idle
and man nre the Biirmlses and snecu-
latlons legnrdlng him nnd, as the hour
of unmasking arrives, the excitement
"rlnr to the unmasking, however,
till before tho ball begins, tho all-lm-portaut
task of choosing a Queen must
lone. To be Queen is a much cov
eted honor, nnd tho most elegantly
dressed woman present Is supposed to
be ch'iacn; but as the Queeu Invariably
turns out to be some prominent society
lidy, It Is probable that the King hns
not chosen his Queen nt random.
Tho Queen being chosen, both retire
to their throne, the beauty of which
makes It worthy of a real king and
queen. Then tho grand march takes
place, and all goes along ns merry as a
marrlngo bell. At midnight, nil un
mnsk nnd great Is tho mirth when It is
discovered "who's who." Not Infre
quently the most comical situations aro
revealed. A man will discover that
he has been vowing eternal devotion to
his mother-in-law, and a woman finds,
perhaps, that her coy glances have
been bestowed upon her son. More har
row Ing, Is It, for a man to discover that
his Impassioned vows havo been pour
ed into the car of a whiskered fellow
citizen who, for a few brief hours, has
transformed himself into a demuro and
JOSEPHINE WORES COOLEY.
Clius Braid ix.
HONOLULl B. I
Ban Yeincfico Agenti Tun Nevada
National Bank op San Piianc-iscc.
Han Francisco The Nevad National
Bank of San Franclw-o.
London Tho Union Dank of Loudon
Nf.w Yoiik American Exchange N
Ciiicauo Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyounsis.
Bfrlin Drestlner Hank.
HoiKONn and Yocoiiaha nonkaug
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
N'kw Zealand and Adktraua Bank
of Now Zoaland.
VlCTOMA and Vanoouvkr Bank o
British North Amorltaa.
Traim i Decent Eauuc, ul luimt Bonus
Depolata Itecelved. Leans made on Ap-
& roved Becnrltr. Commercial aud Travel!!
redlts Issued. BUU of Exchange boagh
(iOUJCTIOm pBOatrTLT ACrOTTtTTlP Toi.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
tiny notice 2 per cent, (this
lonn will ntt hoaV intoroat
unless it reinaiiis undis
turbed for ono month), 3
mouths 3 por cent., G months
3$ por cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
AKSETS. DEO. Si, 18l, llll.t7T.KU
Money loaned on approved lecurltn.
ASavingaBank fcr monthly deposit.
Houses built on the monthly lnstabV
sen, pi." .
Twentlotb Sort of Stock Is mim
OFFICERS T. P. Lansing, PrMf.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; O. B.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Ocar, SecrtUry.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. S.
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Hecr
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. R.
Gray, W. I. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms'.
Offlre Hotirn1 U-sn 1:S0 n m
SI8KSJ? ft (SO.
Savings Doposita will b
received anil Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and ono-balf por cent,
Printed copies of the Rulos rind Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Ollloo at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
Ilje Vokjohrimb Specie BbqI
Sublet It.JCarlul Yen a. ooc.oog
I'all Up Capital . Van is 000,000
KcstrttllunJ Yen 8,110,000
Mia J Oftica Yokohama.
Tho Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchango, Issues Drafti
and Letters ot Credit, and transacts
a general banking business.
IN rERfcST ALLOWED
Ca Hied rjepoatt for ia uootba, 4 par aait f,
On riwi Dipojltfor 6B0Qtba, iK "
Oo riia6 Dipoaltfor laaoi, j
Branch of the Yokohama Spccla Bank,
an nspaaiic Balllm. in mi a, w aolm
Art Utnbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
bo given by Mrs. II, II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
I'lrst Class Btamplng done
MRS. H. II. WILIJAMS.