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yi "EVENING DULtETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, FEMlUAllY 4, 1901. '
CO. C. IN CAMP.
Co. C of the N. 0. II. had a very
successful time at their "over Sutulny"
encampment on the S. M. Damon lands.
Monnnlun. The marili both ways va3
made party afoot and partly In busses.
The camp was laid out In two streets
and th ctents were calculated to accom
modate sixty men. There was guard
mount and regular sentries were posted
for (ho night. On Sunday.thero was
drill, company Inspection and review.
Tho camp was thrown open to visitors,
a great many of whom took ndvantige
of tho opportunity offered.
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'TWAS BIG FUNCTION
DOWN IN CLARKSVILLE
Acount Given by Local Paper Mr,
Burke Popular Young Man of
the Town Big Church
A ClarKvllle (Texns) paper gives
the following account of the Smith'
The Cumberland Presbyterian church
was packed to overflowing yesterday
afternoon nt 5 o'clock to witness the
marriage of Mr. Etmmett llurke, ?nn
ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas llurke of this
city and Miss Mamlo Smith, of Hono
lulu, II. I Ilev. J. II. Taylor oluclat
Ing. Messrs. Sam I). Dickson, Frank Ueeil
Ilrlt Dickson and Pollard Jamison nrteJ
After the short but lmprcssle cere
mony the bride and groom, followed by
a large crowd of well wishing friends
repaired to the depot, where they took
the train for Illossom, where they spent
the night with the gloom's grand
mother, Mrs. I.. It. Htirke. nnd this
morning they took the train for HI
Paso, where they w 111 spend a few days
taking In the Mld-WInter Carnival,
which opens on the 17th. and will then
go to San I'ranclsco. where they will
take, n steamer for Honolulu, their fu
The bridge Is n charming little lady.
who was born and raised In this coun
ty, near Ilosalle. Her mother died, wo
understand, when she was quite young
and she was left soon after by her fa
ther, who went out In the world tc
seek ii fortune, and he fount It In
Honolulu. There he settled and made
money very rapidly and, It Is said
when he died, somo time last year, his
estate In Honolulu was worth consider
ably over $1,000,000 and the bride Is
his only child and heir, thus our es
teemed young friend Tliirke Is not only
fortunate In winning a charming wife,
but n handsome fortune also, the
amount of which has fell to few.lf any
of tho sons of the Lone Star State.
The groom Is the oldest son of Mr.
Tom Dttrkc. tho clever division super
intendent of the T. & P. Railway, and
was bora In Dloisom, Lamar county,
but has been brought up principally In
Clarksvllle. where he has many warm
friends nmong both the young and the
old. who Join the Enterprise In wish
ing him nnd his fair bride a happy
future In their far off home, and that
He who governs all things will keep
thorn In health, that they may be re
turned to the homo of their birth nt
some future date, where they will re
ceive a glad welcome.
Police Court Notes,
In the Police Court this fore-iron, Ma
kuku, a native, was lined I15 anj costs on
the charge of false Impersonation. Not
having the u herewlth.il, he Is still a pri
soner at the police station.
It eems that, on yesterday afternnon,
a native went to a Chinese shpp just
maulu of Captain Parker's place on Llllha
street. He knocked anJ, having received
no response, kicked In the door. What he
did in the shop Is not known.
However, a little later, he walked past
the home of the senior Captiln ol the
police, who himself, was out In his front
yard. He noticed that Aiakukti had on
his coat something Hut looked for all the
world like a policeman's badge.
Captain ParVer saw what was wrong
Immediately. The fellow had a tin budge
of his own manufacture and upon It were
the words: "Honolulu Police, No. 1."
The man was arrested, the ratrol wagon
sent for, and Makuku found h'melt Injall
before he really could realize the fact that
he hal teen arres'ed.
Local photographers expect
a rush of work in consequence
of the law requiring photo
graphs of each applicant.
KING BROS, are well pre
pared to dn their share of the
business, having on hand all
necessary supplies, which wire
ordered long ago with this in
Regulations will He strictly
observed, and first class work
guaranteed to each customer
at lowest price.
Corner Hotel and Union Sts
NEAR THE CENTURY MARK.
Walluku, Feb. 2.-Peter Genett, an old
kamaalna of Makawao, died at Malulanl
Hospital last Wednesday. Hlsagews
reputed to beclos: on to one hundred years
but Genett himself did not know his
exact age, Several chllJren with a Ha
waiian wife survive him. A. N. Kepol
kal his guardian, has filed this week In the
Circuit Court papers asking for the ad
ministration of the property of the deceased
consisting of money left In the custody of
Richard I. Wilkinson. M.D., of Llhue,
Kauai, arrived In the W,.G. Halt on.Sun
day. He will return to his home In the
same steamer to-morrow afternoon.
For aJiltlonal Shipping News set seventh page.
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Last'Quartcr of the Moon on the 11th
at 7:42 a. m.
Sunday, Feb. 1.
Am sp James Drummond, Skewes, 50
days.trom Newcastle with coal.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, from Maul and
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
Stm. James Makee, Tullett,from1Ca
paa. Stmr Mlkahala, Pedersen, from Maka
well. Stmr Nllhau, Thompson, from Koloa.
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, from Ka
uai. Monday, Feb. 4
Am bk B P Ch'ney, Johnson, 54 days
" Sunday, Feb. 3.
OSS Sierra. Houdlette. for San Fran
monoay, r-eo 4.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr I walanl, Gregory, for Honokaa and
Kukulhaele at 5 pm.
Stmr Mlkahala. PeCerson. for Malta-
well at 4 p m.
btmr James .Makee, lullett, loritapaa
at 4 P m.
bchr K.iwallanl, .Moses, for koolau ports
at 5 p m. ,
iu sail, lunumuiw.
Mmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and way
ports at 12 m.
btmr Uaujlne, Parker, for Maui ports
at 5 p m.
tmr WG Hall. Thompson, for Kauai
ports at 5 p m.
btmr Lcnua, uennttt, lor Moioxai pons
at j p m.
as schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai
pons a' 5 n ni
From Koloa, per stmr Nllhau, Feb i J
From Kapaa, per stmr James Makee,
Feb j AMss L Kahinu, A Carvalho, H
Spearman an'l 5 deck passencers.
From Makawell. per stmr Allkiliala,
Feb 3-H P Baldwin, W G Coike. W A
Ak'ra and wife, II W Jaejer, Miss M
From the Colonies, per O S S Sierra,
Feb 2-C B Hall. Mrs Hate. Mrs Cham
bfrlaln. F WundenterR and wife, G Kur.st,
Miss Jennie Newman, J H Bowen.SB
Tviell, V G Eldred, Dr Morgan Grace
wife and daughter. Mrs Clark, Maon
Mitchell. D Palembo. R E W'lcht. J C
Allison, Robert Andersin. W Grodon. J
W Wright, W W Walters, wife and
dauehter, E Graneat.
From Maul ports, per stmr ClauJIne,
Feb 3-Dr J H Raymond. C E Miller, Mrs
L) Center and thrc children, S C Sacko,
Mls E Kapmala, .Miss S Uinlels, George
Maxwell, b E Roger. J Wilcox and wile,
Mrs Meyer and chllJ, J DarKtttt Rev
J Keklpl. lane Yo'iiir, E Hosoth, Win
Maule, Yeonj; Chonc, Chov Honrj, Miss
Knapp, C Jon's, Tleman, W E Skinner,
Geo Yearsley, R S Andrew", J .V. irlcht,
E K Norton. Hon Dwl 1 Kanuha, A Rosa
and wife, Mls M Plmental, R E Ford, A
Dowsett W R Huciminan, A GullKon.R
r Searle. Mrs C II Uroun and servant,-A
S Cintln and 40 JecU passenRers.
Fr, ranil nor's. nr stmr W fl Hill.
Feb j-C W Spit, H G Datiforth' If
Navaoie. miss larin inarm.in, v Kice ,
Leo F Prescutt, Mrs Lewis Lulus, R !;
btrc, .Miss Lucy Akanulhoe, C ' ) Stone,
Mrs Alfied Smith, Miss Mamie I.aben,
Jojin U Lydgate anJ 2G oi deck.
For Han Francisco, per O S S Metra,
Feo J-Mlss Lllebeth Rvan, P K Eneto,
l S Brewster, Mrs V L lenney and child,
Dr E E Beemau, G W Gardner, LB
Stearns and wife. W R Sciuld nir and
wife. Mrs B J Zabrlskle. J V McCoy, F D.
Binuii, airs w ri na.iey ami uaiKiner,
W HoJe or., Mrs C W Macfarlane, Mrs
W Porter Bovd, Dr Shlkltsu, G L Ban
craft, Mrs B Rhodes, J l.askev, A A Cross,
B At Solomon and wl'e, Ed Lewis, JudEe
Sllllman, MrsTR Aldrlcn, J Green, B
Cartel, wife and child, John Gillies, J C
Taylor, H L Bush and wife, Mrs J E
Lewln, Mrs F J McShane, William Mc
Castlln, W R Water, wife and 2 children,
D W Domslfe. T T Pulnam, Titos Ham
brook. Mts A Gulraise, Miss C Hasklns,
Mrs A Fuler and sn.
When the steamer Nllhau left Kauai
theie were 41,402 bags of sugar awaiting
The Klnau brought the following car
go; 304 st eep. 1 horse, 85 pes machinery,
10 cords wood, 45 hogs, 42 sks coffee, 46
sks corn, 325 pkgt sunlrles.
Per W. G. Hall, from Kauai; 5838 bags
Per Claudlne, from Maul ports; 45:0
Per Mlkahala, fiom Kauai ports; 5117
Per Nllhau, from Kauai ports; 7103 bags
Per Jrmes Makee, from Kauai ports;
Impoi'tiitlnn 11 ml Consignee. '
Per. S S Sierra, from the Colonies. Feb
2 75 bags onions, 20 c butter. 2 cp effects.
1 c Ironware, 1 c effects, 2 c cons rves, 2 c
chocolate, 1 c conserves, 8 c conserves, 1 c
effects, 1 bag seed, 300 c gin, 1 pkg drap
20 c frozen fish and 1 box curios to F
Wunderberg, Holders through B S S, E
W Jordan. Agent OcearlcS S Co. Saml
Damon, H May & Co, W G Irwin & Co,
Jas Manner, K A Dexter, M waternouse.
Departed January 26, brig Consuelo,
Sage, for San Francisco. Cargo, 425,813
Ids sugar, 233 hides. Total value, ft 7,
526,80 Arrived - February I, schr Emma Clau
dlna, Mikkelson, 21 days from San Fran
cisco. General merchandise to Hawaii
Railway Co., Ltd.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a class of Seattle," is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap or
In bot'les. "
&Zi4Jt, in tbti tolumn ttitt bt inurtti i
ISKff ttfitt 4 ttnt cm initrUo: if ttnti tie
inutltcnti M ctntt cttt , 40 ttntt two uttkt,
hJ 60 emit on 1 tnent Jttt ittbt tbtatttt tlvtf
tiunr trft vfftttJ tbe fifpft ef Unnolntn,
CTENOGRAPHERl'irlVipVHE TIME DURING
buslnsv hou delr to atrtr.d to noihr
firm crrprnJf ni at $$ ftr mtnth AJ Jn K.
l ftcllrtln office 11 ll1'
B" ARttAlN; IX JSWEmV-voj n pt (hftnat
At P. LLCAS, aoj Hotel St. I n EnRTtvlnz
tn J e njfTittlng Jnna 1661
OTiCbTOtll MtlfiKS-ltf Union Eipr.ss Co
MiwmmBu ,-iK am r. mm
IANTED A set if too. to writ up forenoons.
W AJJff.l" K.M."ttllsoic USS-'I
XANTED-WATCHESto repair by leweler oils
VV years experience. O. DIETZ, it Nuuanu St
ANTEP-A first-class birher Apply CMol
V" It-no. .Merchant St , near Fort. ir).iw
UANTED TO REN House IM I rooms
vv (central) would buy furniture "I K." Bulletin
FFICE Clrrk. TTrlters, Luna and Plantation
ANTED POSIT ONSrOROOODMELIADlE
FEMALE H.ip, any nationality. White Help A spec
YOUNG M.N, slenocrapher and t'rewrlter, at
once. Address N," Bulletin Office
1XANTED-ENT.HAV1NO AND ENAMELINO
W M F. LUCAS, is Hot.l St. iM.
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters served n ihe shell onlv Try his
famous Ham and trtir. Sandwiches and Corre Cor
Nuuanu and Hue streets. WM, LUCAS, Proprietor,
ID PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot-
ton Kags Appplv al tlull.lln umce tsf-o-lt
nrtOPERTV AT WAIALIIA TOP I PAF-rntif
r lots it W tutuj, fust orroiltt 1A Ulua Hocl, oo
atot. arc olTfr J for late t'nclv craa a wh?t. Tor
rartlculara arrly to Mr. t. Kfkaanlau Prat, icti
FOR WENT iroortu for I'Rht h'iu-k'plnj, $8
pel month. At Insane Asylum RnJ4 P. S'rauch.
PR RENT-Sevrtlnew6ro')mcottaeat Inline
Aytum ruii $'6 p-r monJi. rannr StrauchJ
FOR RENT A nicely furnUhei bei-room anJ lt
tlnt?room In rriaV limllv. Arnlw.tall lUr.
tanla St , near Pumping Slat Inn. imvtf
PR RENT FurnUhiJ roomt (or ginllemen. In.
quire at Ho. 4 Norn Vlneyarj t., near Nuuinu
HOUSES TO I ET anJ Furnl ure for sale In all
parts of the City ATKINSON, vajtoon U1J.
rO LET Seffn Mouse. wll furnl ihe J rooms with
buri. Young St . near PllkoU mo-imo
OUSE TO RENT on the corner of M.klVI and
l II Jer Avenue. Apply m prewU-s i..S-im
TO RENT-Furnlshedroo-n, Garden Lane. Enquire
1 of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. o Garden
FO SALE Pure PlymoMh rock Roos-eis for sale
-.m Rood Steele. Apply T. C. Wl Lb, Paiala,
AiH ' ITU-It
FOR SAlE-n.droom Set and k'l chen TMr,a.
most new. S.s. Apply this office, "S O." u-tf
RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALI!
X Location itn rrit. in NuLUfiu Villn- rrifnor rf
JuJi anJ Llllha tireets Th E Suhr premises, con
sisting of abou' four acrts of lanicoereJ with beau
tiful la an, trees anJ Hants. A soarlenJUrfslience;
to cot aces: comrlete barn aid urvantt' quarters,
all In first cls condition Tor further particular
U'T't ,' nAAiiir( ik 3i invcsiMbNI
. HU. IrlcrPHiT. igj iNdft M. tTHtl
uuk sAtL-un tmma street, r nm cottage, lur-
nishei complete, sanitary plumbing throughout.
Tor particulars apply o Chas, E. Moore, rivom A,
Ma fcwn Itlnck, Alaka anJ Merchant Sts mtf
OUSE & LOT, r'Rht In twn, only $1800. P. II,
uurncTir, 19 ring ri.
UOUSE c LOT. Wilcox tract, new houe, lot 6ox
I ' no. only 3s.t-o. terms easy. P. H. lit rnetle. tg
COR SAI.B OR LEASE-A d.rlllni. h.u... mi.
I taite anltot, cemraltv lo a'fd, vtl-hln fle b'ock
nrm.p st im r lot? mi suitable for "octors or
tlcntlM. frl and dftelllii. .,r for a business I c
tl,,d Retfio. ptrmonl!. Apply to GLAR. LV
A SPAN t tiinroui-hbred bav lior.-.. 6 and nrs
' yeir. oj .1 ., a hr.t-tt ss btuJcbaker surrey
nd et of l i-l anJ Juublc Inr.ic.s App y i If.
M At ilt-Smltn, ro.m wo. Jjdd I'ulld'nir irio-iw
COR 'ALE-A larj-e i.prlilit Wm. Kn.be Pli-o.
1 clieap, iiood a- new. Can '.e seen at 'rs.
Whet'le'., jr. Vineiari St. i,-tt
pll SAI E-Chokc Iruli Tieei fn.ni Hoildi. c.n
1 sIst.nK f Peactic, Pear. I'luns, Arrlco-i
Apples, l.pant-te IVrliinions. Mu'b?rrltf, Itc. of
kinds prown bv Horlli i riwtr. and mo.t Ikvlv to
fruit In t"ili cjlmat. Address Pi run U Clailc. man
atter Clark 1 arm Woblawa Oa'iu. ,t.A w
COR "!ALC-ri ir'di I'e.cii Tree, anl (ws. Wed
I J.tlans. Aiply S V. JORDAN.
iTa.-tf ,r l,s.t:t.
On VEAI LEASE-Chlnalonn, rqrl-al on
lj"ni J' Jl Hur etly, n King St.
nly 5,o a
HOU-E AND TWO LOTS-KllulaolTracl.unly
li,. P. II nurne'te, KlrTg St. .'.-
COR SALE-Ooe ea-h aW-a aid 6 hur pwer
1 MIETl ScttllSSKlKOSr.MlOILENOIVIt. (lie.)
iiiuiicvi j, cflwtLuin.i.i Mm 31
pOW SAL" A few Imported mllcji.cuws. Apply to
1 J. M VIVAS. ' , ,8j
pOR SLE Cheap, . family ma-e, 1Tnisarid'ln,
ufrn ruiKy. rtppiy to
WILLIAM SAVI"GE '
.06 Merchant St.
THE b.st s cen' clitar In ton Is the "COLONEL"
to be had at the Myrtle Clear Store next to Or
rlium. All kinds of Manila cigars a specialty
pOR SALE Sioo, FutnltLreof s-roeme'dcuttace
1 near town, wllh privilege ot renting cottage.
pOR SALE J.ooo. Lrasehold on Queen s'reet.
1 near Honolulu Iron Works, s. years to run,
Splerdld Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, t CO.,
too Merchant street,
Police Court Ciihch.
Tho following cases were disposed of
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon; Ah
Kin nnd Ah Chuck, gambling, $15 and
costs each, Denny, leaving his horse
untied lnthc street, (5 and costs; John
Clark, Harry Klemmo and A. Mamon,
disturbing tho quiet ot the night, H nnd
costs each; Kamahalo, mnllclous In
Jury, nolle pros'd; seventeen cases of
drunkenness, usual fine.
i; Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that tho fol
lowing board of officers were elocted to
servo nt tho annual meeting of tho Ha
moa Plantation Co., held on Februmy
tth, 1901; W. P. Allen, president; II.
P. Baldwin, vjco president; 0. II. Rob
ertson, treiisiirer; 13, V. Illshop, secre
tary; P. C. Jones, director, Tho above
composo thq Hoard of Directors,
T. RICHARD ROBINSON,
i . i Auditor.
Dated Honolulu, Feby, 4th, 1901.
13. P. BISHOP.
...A... A... A ...... ...a.....sjj. n AAilutt J, A
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Ball Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F, Morgan
11 OS Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR 1901 !
fhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
.'! '' '. w" u
NEWS co; ltd.;
FOR SALE J
HOUSE WITH LO r, 60 ft. by zco
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china etcrsut. Built entirely of
Nor 'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKfc THE FIRST, with
lot Oo ft. by 121 ft. '
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES.
High ground. Excellentneighbor
hood. Near both new and .old'ear
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOl.TE,
' 10 Merchant Street, or of
740-tf Tensacola Street.
J, A A J, A J. A J, J
vr v r-w- .
ARRIVE ! 1
brought us a shipment of
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pnrlt Unit V1..1I. Th Q.nrle.l m.4. .r
Ih H(vit. NnthinirKttp . tu t..t sir.
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
PKIIllmnn TTIIKnf Tm.iI C... .-
Sole, Smelt, Shid. Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
oa55, -ravii5ii, SwraDS, etc.
POULTRY AND OAME-Turleys,Qtese,
Teal, Sprlc, Brant, Belgian Hare', Etc. '
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Baccn. Saus-
fltrm fral, ...ani .1 T.nn.... rlt 1
"(..jpiiijiivtuywiiy. iuui;iic3, (IUE1CU
Betf, Etc. Also Swet-t Bread, Brains,
v-aives L.iver, i ripe, i-aives' eet and
niiTTru. P,r n,... i)i,i,i., ri,....
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatres, Onions, Cnbbiee. A full supply
of Fruits and VeRetables.
OYSTERS-Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
. i If '
Hnrdlv .1 Ihlncr tlinl nn -nnl.l ,t.l, fnr
but what Is to be had at our.marltet.
Telephone Main 219.
While.putting new fixtures in
fjyour bath-room, at least
Design nnd prices on appli
cation to fc
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS,
COMMISSION . MERCHAHTS.
Careful Attention given to
OFFICESJ u ', '
DON'T DUY.YOIIR PIIRnItiidp nM
THE INbTALLMUKT PLAN,
PUI UkL A ItlUex
v. ,VI II
AND SAVE -Itn IT-WILL PAY YOU TO
A" I1UY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by 'Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETAN1A ST. NIPAB cno-p
P, O. BOX 5J5. " s .y LEDERlIr,
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