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EVCNING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1901.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alurcliunt unci Nuutinu StH.,
iiIho HOTIiL ST., opponlto Bethel.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
RECENT IMPROVEMENTS AT
IN A LARGE VARIETY
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1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry floods
Visitors are cordially invited to
uall and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street :'
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P. O. Boi ?s ItUnl Corretpon4enca Soltclttd.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from, Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER '
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First Ciass Work guarantekl
Union St. near Hotel um,
fcl n ntr n t
of 5 maps.
50 OENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THB . . .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
V. 0. Achl President it Manager
M. K. Nakultia.... Vice FreHldeni
J. MnkalnM .Treasurer
Enoch .Tohiuon Hociotary
loo. L. Dealii AuUitor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lauJj lu all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and alwi h housei in the City
of Honolulu for rent. M89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will Bo or Ml Beat ZiUtalo
til piiU of the group.
XT We will BU PtopcrtiMonBtuon
ible Communions 1
OFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, 1010 FORT ST.
WAIANEA SUGAR COMPANY
Power is Generated From Mountain
Water-Several Other Plantations
Are Contemplating Same
The question of n cheaper form of
power to operate the vnst amount of
sugar machinery now being erected
upon various plantations In the Islands
It today, In many Instances, being solv
ed In a practical way.
The Wnlanae Sugar Co. has recent
ly Installed at their plantation on Oahu
a rather unique pumping plant, con
sisting rf a Worthlngton triplet engine
having a rapacity of G.000.000 gallons
ngnlnst n total head of 123 feet.
This purine i operated by two Gen
eral Klcctrl to s motors, connected
with pumping engine by double reduc
tion of gears.
Tho power Is generated from moun
tain water, which haB been developed
by excavating several tunnels and the
amount of water available for power-
purposes at (he present tlmo Is about .1,-
fiOO.000 gallons per day.
This water Is piped under n head of
about 9M feet to n I'elton water wheel.
which drives two General Electric Co.'s
goenrntors or dynamos.
Tho distance which this , electrical
energy Is transmitted Is about six
miles, with a total losi of electrical
energy of less than lii per cent.
The water, after passing through tho
water wheel and performing Its duty,
It again picked up and conveyed to tho
upper cano lands. I)y this means. It Is
used for generating power as well nB
for Irrigation. There nro several other
plantations In tho Islands such as the
Pioneer, Walluku and others that are
contemplating the Installation of simi
lar plants. They are at present engag
ed In developing the mountain water
Owing to the high price of coal, It Is
quite likely that a number of steam
pumping plants on the various plan
tations will be supplanted by the above
electrical pumping system. .
CIRCUIT COURT YE8TERDAY.
Tho following cases were disposed
of lu the Circuit Court yesterday:
The ease of Allen & Koblnson vs.
Knolau Kaikalnnhaolo was moved on
ward on tho calendar.
In tho case of Emma M. Xakulnn.
demurrer of defendant was overruled
and ten davs given within which to
answer. Tho same proceedings wero
had In Wong Hut Nam vs. Chock Sing.
Plaintiffs bill of costs amounting to
$10.30 was filed In tho enso of V. Vas-
concelles vs. Hobccca Dodd and It. W.
nxccutlon was ordered by Judgo
Frear In tho case of II. J. JIoii
farrat vs. J..A. Iluttorfleld on a Judg
ment and costs nmountlng to $G2.fil.
MOItli ANGLICAN UNITY.
Philadelphia, Jon. 21. Henry Pel
ham Archibald Pellum-Cllntou,
seventh Duke of Newcastle, at pier
ent In Florida on a fishing excursion
with his half-brother, '.old Francis
Hope, hopes before ho leaves this
country so to shape matters, as lo inaKo
n betcr understanding between the high
churchmen of rjreai Riltnli and the
United States. Aa a first menm to this
end he will launci ju American 'dl
Hon of the Church Review, tho power
ful high church journal, of which ho
Is president. While In Phl'nde'phla
the Duke was the guest of the Rev. Hi.
Mortimer, rector of St. MarV-i Pi'ites
tnnt Episcopal church, lender of tho high
church party In this country.
FROM PREACHING TO ACTING.
Council Uluffs, Iowa, Jan. 22.
"From tho Pulpit to tho Stage" forma
nn Interesting chapter In tho career of
tho Rev. Edward Davis, who, after
preaching the gospel for flvo yiwrs,
forsook tho ministry to hocome an nc
tor, and last night Joined Robert
Dawnlng's company In this city.
Tho Rev. Edward Davis was formerly
pastor of tho Central Temple In Oak
land, Cal., one of tho largest congiega
tlons In that city. Ills theatrical tiyle
of preaching attracted considerable ,M
tcntlon nnd ho'hccnmo well Known
Ilnrlun Gctx the Job.
Washington, Jan, 21. Tbi Senate
In executive BCBslon today confirmed
tho nomination of James S. H-iilan to
bo Attorney General of Porto Rico. Tho
final voto was reached after .1 discus
sion of moro than two hours' duration,
nnd when nnounced stooil 12 to 21 In
favor of confirmation. All the Pcpub'l
cans cast their votes In the alfirmatlvo
and twa or throo Democrats voted with
Fine Job Printing at IhJ Bulletin
TAKE FULL POSSESSION
And Feed on Delicacies Paid For by
Others-Retainers of the Consul
Were Expelled by Pro
On Friday night last there was n
lively scrimmage In n house on I.lllha
stieet much visited by the Chinese
bloods of this town,
On tho evening mentioned, a party of
tho Chinese Consul's retainers were at
the house passing the time merrily as
had been their wont on previous occa
Suddenly and without any warning,
a paily of anti-Consul men arrived on
the scene and asked for ndmtsslon.
The mistress of the house, seeing
that If the l.tte comers were ndmlttcd
there would be trouble, tried to have
them go away telling them tho house
The men were not to be denied, how
ever, and forced themselves Into the
The retainers of the Consul seeing
that their roolry was about to be In
tel ruptcd. got together to repel ilp
others and '1 vuy lively scrimmage
took place, will li Listed nearly half
nn hour. At the end of the trouble the
nntl-Consul mrn wero In possession
of the entire ptcmiscs and their late
antagonists were dispersed.
The successful suitors for tho freedom
of the house disported themselves on
the good things that had been furnish
ed tho others.
So far the matter has not found Its
way Into the Pollrc Court.
In the Police Court yesterday, Oka
klchl, Charged with assault with a
weapon on Ho Tim. was discharged.
There Is no doubt whateer that Ho
Tim was cut In the bead and arm but
there was not enough evidence to show
mat Ilia .lapancso had neon the one
who cut him.
Tho trouble between tho Chinaman
nnd the Japanese took plnco at n gamb
ling game In Maklkl the other night.
There was a general scrimmage nnd Ho
Tim was cut.
It appears that after the trial yest-.--day.
tho witnesses In tho case and oth
ers, all went out again to tho gambling
I101180 nnd started another game. Thero
was another row and thn whole lot
were arrested. Among the number
wero Japanese. Chinese and natles.
On The Wrong Side.
A lively accident happened about '.
o'clock Thursday afternoon at tho cor
ner of Ileretanla and Wilder streets. In
which hack S7 driven by n man by the
nn m u of Cropley came out second best,
by coming In contact with tho cart
loaded with stone.
It Is the old story of taking tho
wrong side of tho street In driving.
Tho hack was pretty badly damaged.
and tho driver, outside of landing In
n foot or two of soft mud, was none
the worse for Ills experience.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete, summary ot
tho nows of the day.
IF YOU WANT
NEWS OF THE WEEK
in the Territory of Hawaii,
you will subscribe for the
During the SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATURE, complete re
ports will be published by
the EVENING BULLETIN.
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
There fehealih indicated by
( ammmt Fate
It's an ideal tonic .and ,
Beverage t aids rjjtjojrion.
The Angle LAmp
ALSO CAimVA GOOD S10CK OF IIAHGUIG..
STAND AID) HAND LAMPS
CiENTS rOK Sterlns Utrkatlne OlW
Cu , Dick tij'aU Hitting. Roche Harbor Lima C
UtALLRS IS ALMttrurir. fitjtwar. Crrwrrv
teijs, trunks, VjIIxi, Mattings, bate, Lin -leums
jh . Hvii yk
Wm 1 Y'ln h - 1V.
" If you don't waut whikey to get tie belt of you, you mutt get
the best of hikcy."
"I do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nicVcl he can't buy
W. C. Peacock &
J. F. MORGAN, C. IIKOWN, P. IIUSTACI:, C. H. ATIIUUTON,
I'rtsiJent Vice PrrhiJrnt Srcrrtary AuJItor
HUSTACE Zr CO., Ltd., Queen St.
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WIIOLCHALR AND RETAIL.
TfcLI PIIONL, MAIN 2Q5
Works 'Phone, 3S9.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
pRM ,-t wuMMM
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAI NI.VEH TAILS
It seems alnos InereJ Me that
any larp Cuuli be jtoi enough to
tak the place nf electricity on en
term, rt uch l trie ca H h the
avoir Li Alt owr th NUnJi
rmrl rethwinc ay ttwlr oj
umr ni rrp'clnjr them ith this
liwn, not merely toc4v It cott
about itnftenth as much to main
tiln (cnit U no objeil to tome ('
fie) but, bU N'ne Infinitely
clifdrr' I I' m' trlltljnt nJ
more reliable In ih larpaln ltl4
rivttitlon tnery ore whoielt,
arJ tlmrty demrntrate that the
otd-fashiomJ (jmp a barbar
ouicintrivancr, THE ANOll' UMI
never vmokea, tmll or rlvei any
trouble. Is lljth'rJ anj extlnKUikheJ
at easily a psy anjltihv IJel
llfiht ir m eery tJt"Jp ilnt W
carry thoe Umf from $i Soup.
T. II. DaWcs & Co., Ltd.
'rlrho Alien Cemnt, portlanJ Cewent.rJUnt Powjer
e Nome lewinR .Mat nine ana ranAmri;an uinu
Hjrnt. Sa lilt and LcJthf. R
, Ruev Prass del
loJer anJ Cat, tjtneral HarJwir and I'lantation
W. II. IIOOGS,
Trrai, ani Manasff
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DIUY1NG
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