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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., THURSDAY, FED. 7,' 1901.
Independents Will Support Measure to
Mike the Teaching of Hawaiian Lan
guage in Public Schools Compulsory
May Establish Separate Schools.
Tlio rapidly illng out llannllan lan
guage will have n champion In the low
er house of the appi (inching Legisla
ture. This member who represents one
of the country districts, will Introduce
a bill proWdlng for the teaching "f the
Hawaiian language In the public
schools. This Is considered bj some
' tilucatnrs us hlghlj practicable and lij
others as altogether Impracticable In
the primary grades
This, subject Is one that Is of great
Interest to Hawallans, It Is felt by j
the natives that their language has
been totally Ignored. There Is n con
stant fear that the nnthe tongue may
Jroui such neglect, disappear altogeth-1
If It Is not found practical to teach
the language In the English schools,
the bill will establish one native sihool
lu each district. It Is hoped In this
way to perpetuate the Hawaiian lan
guage In Its purity.
A pnimlnint member of the Indepen
dent party speaking on this subject
sild that he expected his partv would
support such a bill almost unanimous
ly. Diseases Fatal In
City Last Month
The mortuary report for Honolulu
for the month ending January 31 Is as
follows: Total deaths, 112; monthly
death rate per 1000, 2.S3; marriages.
3i; births. 29.
Causes of death were: Tjphold fe
ver, 2; cholera morbus. 1; diarrhoea.
1; dsentcry, 3; congenital syphilis, 2,
erysipelas, 1; septicemia. 2; malnutri
tion, 1; enncer of stomach, 1, mesenter
ic tuberculosis. 1. pulmonary tubercu
losis, II: larjngeal tuberculosis. 1;
atelectasis, 2: old age, 1: premature
fclrth, I; apoplexy, 1, congestion of the
train, 3; hemiplegia. 1: convulsions.
; paraljsls, 1: tetanus, I; berl-berl, 1,
endocarditis, 2; valvular heart dis
ease, S; pericarditis, 1: bronchitis, 1;
empyenma, 2; pneumonia, 10; la
grippe, 1; gastritis. 2: gastro enteritis.
4; hernia. 1; Inflammation of bowels,
; obstruction, 1; enterocolitis, 3; liver
abscess. 2; cirrhosis. 1; acute nephri
tis, 1; Drlght's disease, 2; miscarriage,
1; puerperal hemorrhage. 2; crushed by
vehicle. 2; arsenic poisoning, 1; hem
orrhage from traumatic Injuries, 1;
Sanitary Inspectors report 1110 mil
ranxes abated and I0S.1 Inspections.
The city physician visited ."" patients
and treated MS nt his oince.
The garbage department reports 270
tesspools pumped; 072 loads of garbage
removed. 10.2 scows of garbage dumped
Into the sen and four dead animals te
Tho meat Inspector examined 1339
animals, condemned one carcas and
tilled one bovlno for tuberculosis.
Tho fish Inspector examined 212 fluke
livers; 232.183 llsh and condemiud 3,
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
joti havo a glass of Seattle," Is mom
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon baB the beer on tap cr
The undersigned grocers will c'ose at
7ioon on Frldav, February 8. on account of
tne yueen Victoria memorial services.
MAY & CO..
LEWIS & CO.,
1757-21 SALTER & WAITY.
IN HONOR OF
HER LATE MAJESTY
WILL BE HELD
On Friday Next,
AT 1! O'CLOCK l. M.
IN KAWA1A1IAQ CHURCH,
SAMUEL MCKEAGUE, ESQ., has
this day been appointed keeper of Powder
Magazine for the City of Honolulu, Island
f Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, vice W. T.
J. A, mc:andless,
Supt. of Public Works,
Public Works Dept.,
Honolulu, Feb. I, nii.
757 3, 1
Mardi Gras Doings
at Meeting Yesterday
Owing to the storm Hint pre ailed
jestcrday afternoon, the attendance nt
the .M.udl dins committee meeting held
In the drill Bhed was not &4 great ns It
would hno been had tho conditions
of the weather been different.
llowecr, there was a representa
tion of one or more membnij from each
committee on hand ntuu'itsa result
much work was accomplished such ns
listening to reports of progress made.
The meeting was called to order nt
3' 43 o'clock the appointed hour, with
Mrs. ar.iham In the chair. Colonel
Jones, 'who had agreed to meet the la
dles, was pieient and by his presence
aided the ladies ery mntei tally In
making a number of valuable sugges
tions as to the general Interior ar
rangement of the drill shed.
Mrs. Tenney and Mrs. Walker then
submitted their plans of boxes and
general seating arrangements and, with
the exception of n few slight changes
suggested by Colonel Jones, the plans
The airangement of boxes and plat
forms will permit of the seating of
fully 500 people.
Mrs. A. Fuller of the refreshment
committee reported that all matters
connected with that branch of th ecu
crtnlnmtnt, weie progressing nicely.
It was also reported that sulllclent tents
had been donated by J. A. Oilman.
It was finally settled that the ushers
would be six well known gentlemen
who will carry wands, these to be dec
orated with the Mardl Oras colors.
Mrs. Samuel Damon kindly consented
to furnish the wands.
Upon the suggestion of Mrs. C. 11
Cooper, It was adopted by a unanimous
oto tha't masking Is optional until
midnight. After that hour, all must
unmask. None will be nllowed to par
ticipate In the grand march unless he
or she be masked.
After some little discussion, red,
giecn, white and jellow. In combina
tion .were selected as the Mardl Oias
During the progress of the meeting,
the ladles comprising the different
committees, dlscutsed various matters
connected with the affair, all of which,
will result In making simple many
Among those who were present nt
the meeting were: Mrs. Samuel Damon.
Mrs. Samuel Pnrker, Mrs. McDonald,
Mrs. Allan Hawes, Mrs. A. Fuller. Mrs.
C. D. Cooper, Mrs. Tenney, Mrs. Walk
er, Mrs. Jns, Campbell, Mrs. Allen, Mrs.
Scott and Miss Scott.
There being no further business be
fore the meeting adjournment was tak
en until Mondny next nt 3:43 p. m.
Nearly all the representatives of for
eign countries have already expressed
their Intention to be present nt the
solemn memorial of Her l.ite Majesty
Qifcn Victoria In St Andrew's Cath
dral on Sunday next nt 3 p. m.
Atameetlnc of the C F. HERKICK
CARRIAGE CO., LTD, lied Jinuary
2MI1, tool, the following officers weie
elected to serse for the ensulnR ear :
President, . . D. P. R. Isenbers:
Vlce-pre'ldent, C. F. lleMck
Secretary James II. HoyJ
Trcaurer, F. B. Dimon
Auditor L. C. Abies
Director, . . John Ouderkirk
Director, . Harry Armltage
JAMES H. BOYD.
Dissolution o? Partnership
Notice Is hereby given that the co-part"
nershlp heretofore existing between HLR
.MANN W. IHRTII and WILLIAM II. BAItTH
under the lirm name and style of the Hono
lu'u Shtet Metal Works, Is this day tils
solved by mutual consent. Hermann W
Uartli will collect all the accounts now due
to the firm and assume all I 'abilities. All
existing contracts will be carried out by
Hermann V. Barth, who will continue
Dated February Cth, 1001.
HERMANN W. BARTH,
WM, H, BARTH. 1758-?'
A Solemn Memorial
HER LATE MAJESTY
Queen ot Great Britain and Ireland,
Empress of India,, will be
ON .. ..
SUNDAY, FEB. 10,
AT 3 P. At. :78-3t
The Sparkling Comedy
FUNNIEST 6F FARCES AT
The - Orpheum
SATURDAY, FEB. 9,
5, - 50. - 75c.
Seats on sale at WALL, NICHOLS & CO.
Tor .JJItlotuI Shipping N.w. icventh pe
Weather Durcnu, I'unahuu, February
7. Temperature Morning minimum,
60; Midday maximum, 74.
Haiometcr nt 9 a. in. 29.08. Irregular
Dew I'olnt 07F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 95 per cent,
Dlnmond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary ".Weather clear; wind W.
Thiirdav, Feb. 7.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullclt. (rem Ha
namaulu; suirar for H Hackfeld iV Co.
ThiirsJay, Feb. 7
4 tmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and wa
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul port.
Stmr I ehua, Benn:tl, forMolokal pjrts.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Hamakua
Am bk Kalulanl, Dabel, for San Fran
cisco. TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Hamakua
ports at 4 p in.
Stmr w G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
at 5 p m.
Stmr Nlihau, Thompson, for Kauai at
4 p m.
Strrtr Noeau,Vyman for Kauil at4pm.
Gas schr Surprise, Nstrom, forKauai
ports at 5 p m,
Schr Millie Morris, for Koolau ports.
Schr Concord. Sam, for Aa1u.H0.
Scnr K.v.ailanl,Mos s, for Koolmi ports.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Mnun.i Loa, SlmeMon, for Maul,
Kona and Hawaii ports at 10 a m.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Wai
manaloat 7.1 m.
Stmr Californlin, Morrison, for New
York via Hllo at 7a m.
Am ok AlJen Hesse, Potter, for Sin
Francisco at 7 u m.
The steamer J. A. Cummins sails for
Walmanalo tomorrow at 7 a. in.
'I lie trjnsport Law ton Is due from San
Francisco tomorrow If she left on time.
The Keauhou with Dipt. Mother In
j command, sailed for Hamakua this morn
The AUen Besse will sail for Sjh Fran
cisco tomortow morning w 1th a full load
The steamer Klnau Is not expecteJ back
from HMo and way ports until TuesJ.i
The schooner Mu lei came to the wharf
yesterday to discharge her coal for the I.
I. S. N. Co.
There are great many sailors ashore at
present looking for berths In vessels de
parting or socn to leave.
Commodore Llghifoot's yacht Marion
has been undergoing a central overhaul
ing on Purdy's marine ways on Sumner's
The baik Gerard C. Tobev has finished
discharging and, when her lullist Is
trimmed, she will go into the stream to
await a cargo ot sugar.
The bark Kalulanl sailed for San Fran
cisco this morning. She was given a long
tow by the Fearless and went around the
island Dy way ot noko Head.
If the steamer China encountered the
storm wnlch has prevailed here for the
past tnree days, mere is a llKclinooj that
she will De later linn usutl in arriving.
THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL
At the Governor's Council thin morn
ing. Attorney 1. M. Hatch w.ui pit bent
! to close the land trade between he
JTenlloiy and the Oahu Railway Cum
' j.any. The pa pern were all read ai'd
appioved by tho council.
An application from the WniluKu Su
Kir Company to Increase ltn capital
slock from $750,000. to an amount not
to exceed $3,000,p00, wai nprnci!.
Sccrctniy Cooper askol for do.lnl
tlona of the word "proreeil'nK" ns It
nppcais In the Organic Act requiring
the Seerctnry to furnish Consiesj with
the pi 01 ceilings of t'io Legislature
A tlealer'8 license application fiom
S I. Shaw, located on ccp'cr of King
and Nuuanu Btiects met with no ob
jection. Two bids for the lenae of a lot on
tho esplnnnde, 120x50 feet vo r'Ject
ed. One was for n perlol of live jcara
ot $30 per month, the other for 30 yeais
JjO per month, lesecs to put up a $1001
The followlne rassenzers are booked to
all In the Mariposa, Febnmy ij Rev
Hamilton Lee, Edward Brown anil wife,
E Kahn. wife and daughter, Dr D C Shar
mm, wlte and child, Miss A R Lenegan,
Miss Hannah Anderson, Mrs J H Craig
and two children, A M Harrison and w Ife,
B W Ripley and wife, B W Ripley and
wife, R C Rawllngs, Miss Cosby, Mrs
Chanselor, Miss Brlggs, Miss Meade and
Miss Schwartz, E Kensally.TJ Pleiceand
wife, W J Molaran an"i daughter, C F
Herrlck, wife and son, H V Reeves, Mrs
W A Hardy. Mrs, Dorward, wife and
child, J H 'Payne. W A Ramdill. Mr
Sw eeney, W H Abbott. C F Solon. E O von
Arnim, J E Miller, L R Crawford, Air.
Palambo, Airs P T Hassack, A D Mc
Bryde and wife, W G Eldred, Mrs Au
gustine, Theodore Holluusen and wife
and E 11 Heard.
King Bros, beg to announce
that they will not hold them
selves responsible for framing
and other orders not called for
within thirty days.
Parties interested are request
ed to call at pq.ee and arrange
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
120 Hotel St., Cor. Unio...
Poisoned by AIuhIipooiiih.
San Rafael, Jan. 20. One child has
died and six other members nf the Morris
family are lying at tlielr home In this city
dangerously III, as the result of eating
p ilsonous food last Friday. On that Cay
they cooked and ate what they thought
was a mes of mushrooms, I his morning
Ida. the Utile five-vea -old trlrl. died The
father. Manuel Alorrli, Is not expected to
live. The mother anJ other children are,
however, expecteJ lo recover.
AKSsV-ft. ' titl toUmn mil h Intttlti i
WP&U If .H hnt on titttrhial if tirlx
inuttiin to ttnli ont a. 40 ttnlt tu-o urcif
. 60 ttntl ont montb. lhit 1$ tbt cbtnlttl njvtr
litint tvtr offttij tin ptop't of Honolulu.
TUB PAKTNENMIIPxtaln(t'ttrenT J Ke'lly
1 ft J N Hery hu Inn tfils JayJIsvmeJ by
mutual cjment, T J k.lily continuing tli t-mlnm.
Honolulu, ttTiian tu 1, njt tt
POSITIONS (or PetliH. H.'p. Atkinson. .Mugoon
r nulMinc, McrclMM M.
CTFMH.RAPIIER Mtll SP'RF TIMC DL'KISU
- tuainc houts dolrt to att.nj to nrmbr
firm'. ciir'nprnJnr atji per nunth Ailrtss K.
If., Flull.tln otTice tTU'll
BAKOAINS IS JEWtt PY-vruTin Ithfin t
M P. LICAS, ) Hol.l St. Tine Encr.vlnz
nJ tnarftl'np done. iftS.
OTICt- TO BlilLtlERS-Th Union txprest Co
ni wniic sMsyt i-wh l- i;n
IXANTtD Youne mn In a whnlMal houi.
wv PiUvp'tfrreJ Jirt"A ' this office 8iw
WANTED our plurBbln to Jn, ty a rmctkal
pIumNt All oik suirAMe4 J. N, Shafer
jQutnSt. nmrAUhfi. iijTMm
WANTED-SfConJ-hanJ Wlthlre or McNmI &
Ufbtn site. iite P. Q Ho x 46. t iw
AN EXPERT BOOK-KEEPER wouM like a let of
" rof Kiokfp tninei AJJfft 'Ui
WANTED A corrpetent Mlesaian hh knowleJce
nt drv rtviit. CmnA llrv tn rttfhi tsattw.
AiJrett, sitting references, 'A li CM this office.
A GOOD DRY-GOODS SALESMAN csll before
tf a in. to morrow. R W tkinscn, room tt,
DELIA OLE: arpllcanti for enyros'tlnn, pertna"ent
nr temporary. Maroon ClIJ , Merchant an
UANTED-WATCHES to ftfilr by .el.r eflj
' yri rtl.nc fi DIErZ. 417 Nuu.nuSt
YOUS'd MN, rn lirtrlwr .nt t remlt.r, it
onrt. A4 Ir.jjJ'A N " Uullttln Offi.
WANrED-EST.RVINfI AND ENAMEUNC!
M F. tUCAS, Kl Hot.l St. 1661
HE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Ovtt.t. rrvl n th. .h.lt r.nlw Twv hl
famoui Him ani Itcz S.nlwlche. nJ Coffet Cor
Nuuanu an4 llv.' ttixti. WM. LUCAS, Prorrlctor.
0lD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE or cl.an Cot
ton Rag. Anrplv at fiulMIn Offlce nfto-tl
COR RENT One larjre room, t If asantly lorat. 1,
1 also hautek.rptng rr'nms. AJJreis ' ti" thla
TO I ET-ruml.h'1 room 8 DerrMnla St , op
toslt. Central L'n ot church. i?i -iw
FOR RENT-r.rnlhei room, i8i Nuuanu .treet
above Vlne)arJ I7jr-tw
PART OF OFFICE FOR RENT, IURNISHED
Bu.'ne.. centre ATKINSON, ncooos ntti
rOR RfNT I urnt.hei room with or wl hout N?ri
Intrlva-elamlly Apply 5 I'erela la St 5.-K
,OR RENT A co'tae x6, corner Kawalahao
onj Cook street.. Artly Ha Ton. Illihap Hank.
DKOPFRtY AT WAIALUA TOR LLAE-Four
' lots at Wtlalua, u opro.lt. Wala ua Ho'el. too
a wi, are off. rr J lor lease .'nclv or as a h-le. For
p -llcular. apply to Mr.. C Kekaanlau Pratl, tcCi
P hpo.l St tTSS-im
pOU WENT i room, tor lljrht house.ke-phj. M
pet month At lisan. Asylum RoaJ, I . Slraucti
COR RCNTSeerat new 6 roe m cottages at Insane
n.ymm ro.a o per mon.n. r-anny dtraucn
I7 . tw
fO LET Sefton Itouse. will furntshei rooms with
1 birJ l oung St . near Pllkot. iTVimo
TO REST FurnliheJ room. GarJen Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. g GarJen
FOR SALE-BJroom Set anJ Kl'chen Table, al-mo-tl
new, $4j Apply this office, " S G ' -tf
DESIDLNCE PROrcWTY.f OK SALR
- l ik, iion tne rrtt, in nuuanu vney. corner of
JuJJ anJ Llllha street f tm E Suhr premises con
Vnz of about lour acre of Ian J cohered ltli beau
tiful lan, tree an itlants, A .iplniMreIJence,
tw i cot airm crm It. t tarn atJ servants' ouinf.
all It fir cls ronj linn For lurtlier DafilruUr
Stt'Ji'WWAIIA.N TRUST & INVKST
MLNT CO., LTD, Teleone, 184 4colnrt
nOI SALT On Fmmi feet, r .m cottic- fur
1 n'he1 rnmp'eif, saniiarv plumbl n( th ouulmut
For pirtlculars applv to Chas L Atonre Si Co
rimm 8. .MaetMin Hlocf, Alika anJ Merchant Sis
MOl SF A LOT r'uht In tinn. unly JiS. If
nurnette t King M
HOUSE &, LOT, Wllcnx tract, new houv, lot 6o
no, ml fj.ooo, terms eat, P It lit rnctte, w
K I n ,Tt reel
COR SALP OR LCASC-A JelllnS h'. e cot'
1 tatt nJ lot, centra II v loca'eJ w'thln fie Nock
'.f tin p tiptfuc tut x)J suitable f jr I'nttor or
Uentlkt tjftivanJ J riling jr for bulnr Irca
tloJ Pent $iov pr month Apply to GLAN, LN
biNG & CO iTji-tf
COR SALEA larceiiprlKhtWrn. Knabe Piano
cheap, gooi a- new Can te seen at Mrs
Wheelers, )7 VinejarJ St jitf
FOR SALr-Choke fruit Trees fmm llortJa con
shtlne cf Peaches, pears Plum, Apricots
Apple, Jipanete Persimmons Mu'beirl, ttc, of
ktn4s giown bv florll 1 er.-wer an 4 mot I kely to
fruit In this climate AiJress Bvn.n O Claik. man
ager Clark Farm, Wablawa, Oahu t46w
FOR SALE-rtorli Peach Tree ani Cocoa WeJ
Jellana. Appl S JORDAN.
OH YEAR LEASE Chinatown, ren'al only S10 a
v monti Pll Itur ette. 19 King St.
HOllE AND TWO LOTS-KalulanlTrac'.only
Ji,io P. II Burnette, )? King St.
COR SALE-One tafh aUa ani 6 hore power
MILTZ& VL1.S KtPOSrVE OIL ENOIMS, (ne)
iniulreofj Chmelutii. 141 King St m.-tl
COR SALF A few Imported milch cows. Apply to
' J M VIVAS. gt
RR SALE Cheap, t family mare, harress ani an
open buggy. Apply to
o6 Merchant St.
THE bntt cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL'
to be had at the Myrttt Cigar Store next to Or
rhum All kinds of Manila cigars a specialty
SOR SALE Stoo, Futnltureof groomed cottage
near towj, with privilege of renting cottage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO.
k6 Merchant St.
PR SALE 14000. Leasehold on Queen t reet.
near Honolulu Iron Works. 14 lears to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to ILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO ,
to6 Merchant street,
" Nome on Every Piece."
for sai.d or
LBWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
it 05 Queen Street
FOR SALE I
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Comer of
Pcnsacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property has a frontage of 100 feet on
Pensatola street, 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 260 on JK Idlng line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lors, 2 large bedrooms, large bathtoom
with porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carriage house, elvants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely planted and com
mand a gooil view.
TEKMS and further Information at my
office, 05 Queen street.
Jas, F. Morgan.
HOUSE WITH LOT, 60 ft. by 200
ft. House contains six rooms,
lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new.
HOUSE LIKfc THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by 120 ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSES. "
High uround. Excellentneighbor.
hood. Near both new und old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
19 Merchant Street, or of
i740-tf Pensacola Street.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
ARRIVR ! i
brought us a shipment of
AND GENTS I
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard .Meats of
the Coast. Nothlns better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Slnd. Carn, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
S.MOKED .MEATS-Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh everv dav. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' LKer, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTLR, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles, Chow
chow, Siuer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatces, Onions, Cabbjge. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OVSTERS-Fancy, large or small, In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND, BROKERS
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
UUTtALL AT THE
AND SAVE 25 IT WILL PAY YOU TO
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR FORT. .
P. O. BOX 535. S. W. LLDrRLR,
JZMmHtoHSl- JMB .MUk