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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. SATURDAY. FED. 18, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
' TIME TABLE.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
' FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA Feb. 19
MARIPOSA Mch. 2
SIERRA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 23
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIERRA Ma 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA Juno 4
In connection with the Balling of the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
lork by any steamBhlp line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin &.Cq., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Iceldenlal anil Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Tojo Klsen Kaisba
.... BUtMWt of tba bovt coHpaotM will call at Honolulu and Uava tbli port on of aboil tat
For Japan and China:
Riode Janeiro ...
,, February 16
.. March A
, March 14
... .March 11
For central Information vpiy o
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Mian -Australian Royal Mail Steamship Compaoy.
jWSImbm. cl tin bov Hot, nisDlie to coKtloo with th. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
HtwMa V.acouvar, B C , nd Sy4nr. N. S. W., and ctllloi it Victoria. C. C, Honolulu tai Brlft.ii.
DUB AT HONOLULU on or tboultho ditM bolow ititil vli i
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
Aortnel Feb. 16
Mlomra April i
Aor.nrl Mar n
aVTar.aib tlckata litoad Iroa Honolulu lo Ciaaoa, Valt.6- Slat., aal Europa.
raaaaf. aai an tauarai laromauon. apply to
Thco. H. Davlce &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
8. 8. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Han Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by 8. S. Oregonlan. April loading.
Freight received at company's whiirf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to . -1
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
RING UP THE. ...
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
618 FOBT STRKTO.
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack. Stand 'Phones, 819 and 7f 1.
O. H. BELUHA.
K (J W !.
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
' Dump Carts furnished bv the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R. HITCHCOCK.
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's omen,
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast nd we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblta and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin, aio King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, M'J'r.
Utneial Manager ot
Tb Hqn'table Lift Assuuuica Sou
Or th United BUtea tor the Hawilltr
Ornmi U'eha,nt treet. Ilor
Af. PHILLIPS & 00.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
hropetn ind American Dry tv
Fo t and Qneen Btrteti,
H. HAOKPELD & 00.,L
1EKERAL C0MMISS10H AQEITI
Sor. Tort and Qneen Btreets BouoW
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA Feb. 18
MARIPOSA Mch. C
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 17
SIERRA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA June 4
For San Francisco:
Coptic. .i. .February 19
America Maru March 1
Otyof Peking MarchS
Gaelic March 16
Hongkong Maru ,, ,, .March)
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANB
For Victoria inl Vancouvar (B. C).
Ao'ngl Arrll to
Wa moo May 8
Mlowcra .June s
For Fratgbt aoJ
Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Aftcnts.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FRO.W
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
On y FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. YV. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, O. P. St T. A.,
147 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 1A44.
TATIONS. Dally Dally
(OatwarO ai. Sua. Iallr ai. Sua. Dally Dally
AM. AM. AJN. P.M. 9M.
noaoioia vie 911 is of lis lie
Paarl City.,.. Sej 04! 11140 14 13.
BwaMIII...... Is tool laioo 40s 6110
Walaoaa 10 so .... 44s ,...
Walalua Ill .... 140 ....
Kabuku i. 1. .... fill
Howard) ai Sue. Dally Dally Dally
AM. AM. P.M. P.M.
'aaoka 11 oe
Walalua iio ,,,, a so
Walaoaa 1110 .... jj
waMM iso 4S nos 4i
PaailClty lis 1 01 nso as'
MOlulo 6u In ao lao
F. C. Smith, Qen'l Pass. k Tloket
O. P. Dhnimiw. Honor! ntnnrtwnt.
Mrs. Addis Momague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlgnon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. ni4. ifa7-tf
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' itar, Mandolin, Zltb
Ukulele and Taro Patch,
Orders to be left care of Wall, Nlchoi
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving tner pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the busi
ness Cice, Telephone 156.
Immense Pumping Plant
at Honolulu Iron
TREASURY CANNOT AFFORD
THE PRICE JUST NOW
Governor Dole's Message to Legislature
Will Recommend Appropriation
of from $40,000 to
As tho march of Improvements In
tills city rocs steadily on and the popu
lation Increases, the question ot en
larging the plnnts of the present water
supply system becomes nn Important
During March or April of 1900 a con
tract was made by Alexander Young,
the Minister of the Interior at that
time, with the Honolulu Iron Works
for the construction of an additional
pumping plant, which, when complet
ed, was to be Installed at the llcrctnn
la street pumping system for the pur
poso of supplying u large territory In
the Punchbowl residence district.
Tho pumping plant has been com
pleted according to plans and specifica
tions, hut, owing to the lack of fundi
In tho treasury for that purpose the
machinery jot remains wher It was
built, waiting the meeting of tho I.egli
lature. During nn Intcrtlcy with J. A. Mc
Cnndtess, tho Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, by n Dullctln rcpnr'er. It
was ascertained that Goornor Drlo
In his message to the Leglslat'ire. will
recommend that an appropriation of
from $40,000 to $50,000 bo prmldcd for
the purpose of Installing thin much
needed nddltlon to tho presnt pumping
An Independent well idjolnlng tho
present supply, will bo bored to a
depth of from 800 to 900 tVet wh'ch Is
about the depth from whom e the pres
ent supply Is obtained.
The pump with Its fittings and con
nections Is ii ponderous plcr of ma
chinery and Is what Is known In en
gineering circles as a compound con
densing Corliss pumping engine, hav
ing a capacity of raising 3,000,000 gal
lons ot water In twenty-fnui hours, to
a height ot 350 feet.
The present s)stcm has been found
to be entirely Inadequate. haIng a
pumping capacity of 4,000 000 gallons
In twenty-four hours but capable only
of raising it to a height of 175 feet.
This condition of analr3, pradhally
speaking, lcacs a large roMdonci por
tion of the Punchbowl tllstrl-t with
rather a limited supply of water owing
to tho present pumping plant not hav
ing the requisite lifting strength to
forco tho supply nboo tho 175 foot lev
el. When tho now pumping onglncs are
Installed, tho district lying nboe the
present water line, will bo supplied
with necessary bovcrago by a scparoto
nnd distinct pressure
Tho following selections will be
played by the band nt a concert on
Umma Squnro this afternoon:
March Tho Ameer Herbert
Overture Tho Armourer Lortzlng
Oavotte The Arena Fllego
Reminiscences ot Donizetti ...Godfrey
Waltz Tho Violets Waldteufel
Galop The Hermit Dells .... Malllard
The Star Spangled Danner.
Sunday nfternoon, tho band will play
nt Makeo Island. Tho following pro
gram has been arranged:
The Old Hundred,
(vert-re "the Mil in the -llff
Cavatlna Tho Slego of Harlem..
Intermezzo The Oossipcr Olllet
Suite Italian Tschakoff
Oranil Selection Faust Gounod
Tlnale Tannhauser Wagnor
Fantasia Invitation Weber
Overture The Oath Aubcr
"The Star Spangled Danner."
a i a
Outfall Sewer and
What Is Doing There
Tho construction of tho outfall
sewer iijstein by tho Territorial Go-
einment has lieiexsltatcil tho erection
of u wlinrf of great length nnd strength
on which to lay the outfall sewer plpo
which is of great dimensions.
Months hao been consumed In Its
construction, nnd tho ilrhlng of some
ono hundred or nioro feet of piles will
seo tho wharf reaching out Into tho
waters or tho bluo Pacific, or to the
point whero tho soweruge of tho city
will lie discharged,
During tho construction ot this work,
tho mm cmplojcd on and around tho
pile ilrlcr luno seen mnny nnclcurloiis
denizens of tho deep. The water where
the men are at work Is remarkably
clear at times, so that any men Inn ob
ject In tho water can bo seen with the
During tho progress of tho work a
number of turtles were encountered,
resulting fn the capture of one big fel
low that must liae weighed fully 250
to 300 pounds.
Coming to tho surface near the drlcr
ono of the rocn struck It with a "cant
hook" which caught the animal, and
with the aid of a rope which was se
cured around the animal's body, It was
raised by the steam hoist which ope
rates the drher.
Memhcis of the finny tribe are plen
tiful at this point nnd It Is no unusual
thing to see the men employed going
home from their work welt supplied
with fish enough to lns.it for several
LI HUNG MUCH ALIVE,
Peking. Feb. 5. Tho Chinese plenl
potcntlialcs, Prlnco Chlng and I.I
Hung Chang, had a protracted meeting
this morning with the foreign cnvns.
Twehe names of prominent Chinese
oiriclals were submitted with the re
quest that China will keep with with
tho powers anil punish the persons
named commensumtcly with their of
fenses. Tho Chinese plenipotentiaries
replied that China's earnest hopo was
to carry out fully tho demands of the
powers, and that sho felt sure tho pun
ishment which would be indicted would
It was dlscoercd that two out of
twehe of tho persons named were nl
ready dead. In certain cases tho Chi
nese plenipotentiaries gao reasons'
why tho punishment to be Indicted
should be banishment nnd not death,
asserting that In these cases they par
ticularly desired bintshment, because
tho persons In question were so closely
related to tho throne.
After a long conversation on the sub
ject of punishment It was decided that
thn foreign einojs should draw up n
full list of all accused officials, both
national and provincial, with Indict
ments specif) Ing the guilt of eneh and
n statement of the punishment required
which would then bo presented to the
Chlneso plenipotentiaries for dcllnlto
1.1 Hung Chang, who Is ery weak
from his recent lllnes-i, had to bo car
ried In and out of the Ilrltlsh Legation
He Is tinnblo to walk, btu his bead
seems to be as clear as oer. The for
eign cno)s were Impressed with the
evident desire of both Prince Chlng
and 1.1 Hung Cbnng to come to terms.
MOTHERS AND TEACHERS.
An Interesting meeting of tho Moth
ers' and Teachers' Club was held yes
terday afternoon nt Punahou Prepara
tory school, Tho principal speaker
was William Morris Klncald on the
subject: "How to Awaken Patriotism
In the Young."
Mrs. Annls Montnguc Turner sang
tho "Star Spangled Danner."
Mrs. C. II. Cooper sang "Tho Watch
on the Uhlne" In German nnd "Mar
seillaise' In French.. Tho Knmchame
ha hoys also rendered some excellent
At tho closo of tho program, refresh
ments wcro serod.
P. W. Ilcardslce, the well known con
tractor, and Miss Mnry Iiulso Taylor,
wero married last evening at the homo
of the bridegroom on Klnau street, Uev.
W. M. Klncald officiating. The par
ties will mako no wedding tour but will
spend their honeymoon nt home. The
bride recently came from San Francis
co. a a
Smnll Boy Hurt.
Percy Austin, aged 8 years, nnd son
ot J, K. Austin, a guest at tho Queen
hotel, was knocked senseless by n Ja
panese In a brako just outside the ho
tel at about 5:30 o'clock esterday. K)o
witnesses say that, as a Niiunnu car
was passing, tho Japanese drove across
In front of the car In Biich a way that
the boy did not seo the wagon. When
struck, ho fell back unconscious. Res
toratives were applied nnd, during tho
night, tho little fellow showed signs of
Improvement. It Is thought today that
he will come out all right.
Seymour Here lictore.
II, F. Seymour.edltor and proprietor
of tho Manila American, who passed
through hero in tho Rio, Is well known
here. He arrived hero In tho City of
Columbia with tho Rosa theatrical
company and was connected with tho
lompnny when it went from Honolulu
to Manila with little Rosa. He bad n
very deep voice.
Again No Quorum.
At about 8 o'clock last night, only
five members of the charter committee
of the Republican part) wcro present
so It was decided to adjourn as the
prospect of a quorum did not look very
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
ou have a glass of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything olee. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Tho use of tho Singer In millions ot
homes shows tho unprecedented ruc
cess of theso Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels In nil kinds ot family hewing
and art needio work. All our sewing
machines are of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, nnd nro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
rablnets of artistic design, D, Her
gersen, agent, 1CV4 Uethel streot, P, O.
A prominent Montreal ctrrsyman, the Iter. Jamas
It. Dlion, ltlor St. Jnde and Hon. Canon ot
Chriit Church Cathedral, wrltf i r "rermlt me la
tend yoa a few llnea to itronsly recommend
riBRT Dans' raix.Riu.CR. I hate naedltwlth
Atlifaelion for thlrtyflT yean. It la a prepara
tion which detcrrM foil public conddencf.''
ft 1 1 A aora rare for
Two Sltei, tv. and 50c
There la onlf one rain-Killer, Perry Davl.
NEW NAME FOR DRILL
SUED CHOSEN YESTERDAY
Patronesses and Committees Meet To
Make Final Arrangements Some
thing About Complimentary
The Indies comprising the various
committees having the nffalrs of the
Mnrdl (Iras Carnival In hand met
again csterday afternoon nt the drill
shed, which building from now nnd
until after the night of tho lflth ln.t
will be universal!) Known by the ver)
appropriate nnmo of the "Mnrdl Orns
In connection with the above signifi
cant nntiu-, the humble reporter of the
Ilutlttln had tho proud .distinction of
naming tho structure for tills worth)
and most memorable oci nslon.
Those who participated In the dis
cussion of various matters were Mrs.
Hawes, .Mrs. Harry I.owls, Miss flrn
liani, Mrs. Macdonald, Miss Scott, Miss
Paty, Mrs. Isenberg. Mrs Wlddlflcld.
Mrs Cooper. Mrs. Sinker, Mrs, Samuel
M Damon, Mrs, John S. Walker, .Mrs.
J Dowsctt, Mrs Jordan, Miss Camp
bell, Mrs. Tcnny, Mrs. Pond.
After some discussion It was decided
that tho Judges who are to nward tho
prizes should consist of six gentlemen
nnd two ladles who will be provided
with prominent positions on the stage
so ns to command a full view- of each
and every costume, and character on
Tho ladles present laid considerable,
stress upon tho Important fact that all
parties in mask should remember to
entir the building on tho Miller street
side .where both male and female help
will be provided to take care of wraps
and assist In every way possible.
Tho program consists of sixteen
dances lending off nfter tho grand
march with tho lancers. This will be
followed by two-steps, waltzes, etc.
Tho ladles' programs nro printed In
gold, while tho gentlemen's are In sil
ver. At eleven o'clock a flourish of trum
pets will announce tho fact that thn
hour has approached for tho distribu
tion of prizes by tho Judges,
Tho question of complimentary
tickets came up for n rather lively dis
cussion nnd was finally settled by plac
ing In the hands of the proper commit
tees, eighteen tickets to be hnnded to
thoso who had assisted in making tho
affair a success. This, of course, does
not Include tho usual tickets allowed
tho dally papers.
Tlicro being no further business on
hnnd tho ladles went on a tour of in
spection of tho box nnd seating ar
rangements, and todny many hands
will nssltt In beautifying tho Interior
of tho Mnrdl Qras Palace.
Tho master of ceremonies will enrry
a baton of rosewood with ii sterling
silver end decorated In acorns. It has
tho ro)al Hawaiian bust with tho
crown nnd coat-of-arms, and the inscription-
"Ka Puall Puhl Ohe o ka
Mol o Hawaii" on tho largo end.
Funeral of O. Bcrf;troiii.
The funeral of tho Into Olaf Derg
strom of the O. It. & I.. Co. who died
Thursday afternoon, will tnko plnco
from the Masonic Tcmplo at 3 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. Interment will tako
place In Mabonlc plot In N'uuanu ceme
tery. Tho funeral will be conducted
liy Lodge I.o Progres of tho Masonic
order. 1 he Knights of P) thins and tha
military will bo In nttendamo nt the
TO CURR A UULU IN ONE DAY,
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tbo money If It
fails to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents
HOUSE WITH LOT, Co ft. by .seo
it. House contains sl- rooms,
l.in.ti, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet Built entirely ot
Nor'vvest anil almost new.
HOUSl: UKfc I HE FIRST, with
lot oo ft. by I2Q ft.
LOTS WITHOUT HOUSl-S.
High ground. Kseellent neighbor
hood. Near both new and old car
lines. L.irgi trees.
Inquire of C. BOLTE,
10 Merchant Street, or of
1740-tf Pensacola Street.
The adjourned Quarterly Meeting of the
UNION rtLO COMPANY, LTD., will be
held at the company's office In the JuJd
HulKllng. on MonJay next, the 18th Inst,
at 10 o'clock a m.
SOUTHARD HOITMAN. JR.,
1 ;65;?t Secrelar Union Teed Co., Ltd.
A co-partnership Is announced betwere
William U. Qistle. Jr., and Philip M.
Linvlale. fi r the purpose of carrying on 1
Ktneril Real Estate, Trust, an i Investment
bjslness. All buslnes done bv W. R.
Castle, Jr.. will hereafter be carried on
under the firm name of Castle A. Lans
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANT
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enternrlse Mill Co.. Ltd.. A!.iUc
and Richards streets, and respectfully soli
cits the patronage of all former customers
of the latter milt company.
I7i6tf W. H. G. ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tin
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabta
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
ill Fort streot. J.H.FISHER.
tg. Treas. Inter IslanJ Telegraph Ca.
Honolulu, June 1, 1000 1550
Stockholders of the Hawaiian Chinese
Kona Coffee Plantation Co. Ltd.. are
hereby notified to surrender (heir old certi
ficates and receive new-ones. The sece
tary will be at the Hawaiian Chinese
News Co., at Chang Kim's office every
SATURDAY this month from 2 to 1 p. m
Honolulu. February 8. 1001. i7;q-iw-
Electlon oi Officers.
At the aJiourned annual meetlni? of the
tockhoiders of E. O. HALL .V SON,
1.1 1 neu 1 nursoiy January 7111, 1901,
the folltivvinir officers and directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing ynr:
w. vv nan rresideni
H. O. White Treasurer
b. H. Pals Secretary
E. II. Pails Auditor
The above, with A. J, Campbell and
Uruce Cartvv rlzht. constitute the SiirJ of
E. H. PARIS,
Secretary E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Febru-irv 7H1, 1001. itjo-iw
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby elven th-it the follow
Ine board of officers vv ere elected to serve
at the annuil meeting ot the HA MO A
r-LAINIAIIUIN l-J held on February
W. f. Allen President
H. P.Baldwin.. .Vice-President
G. H. Robertson Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
P. C.Jones Director
The above compose the Board of Di
Auditor: T. Richard Robinson.
Dated Honolulu, Februry 4. 1001.
E. P. BISHOP,
75" aw Secretary.
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
Board of Officers vvereelected.it the An
nual Meetlne of C. IIKLWCR & CO
(LTD.) held this day, to serve for the en
suing yeir, viz :
Chas. M . Cooke President
Geo. II. Robertson..
Vice-President and Manage"
E. F. Bishop. .. .Sec. and Treas.
Col. W. F. Allen,. . Auditor
P. C, Jones, Esj ,
II. Waterhouse. Esq Directors.
Geo. R. Carter, Esq. J
E. F. BISHOP,
Dited Honolulu. Feb. 6, 1001. 1757-aw
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Ii htftbv pken to a.lrfJHarihvtnrrlalm
elnit tht citatt of J. Cibral d MiJ(rn. iat ni
Honolulu. defMW.1. to proen th nmt July iuina
tkatrl And with proper vouchers, at the office of the
administrator, M. G Sllva Honolulu. (Jehu. Tml
lory o awall, within lx (6) months from the date
nneor, crincy mil rt loretrr rariej
M O StLVA,
AJmlnUtrator of the estate of J. Catral Jt MeJelrm,
Datti at Honolulu, Uahu, this nth iavol ftbraur
IN TUT CIRCUIT COUHT. TIRST CIRCUIT
of the Territory 1 1 Hawaii In probate atchamtvr.
In the matii-r of the estate of Lmete I'lipl'lanl, late ol
Honolulu Ojhu.JeceJteJi The retltlon an4 accounts
ot the aJmlnltrator of the e&U(e ul t-iU itctati
tuvlnc bvn tile J. wherein he luki that hi accounts
be evatnlneJ anJ arprorJ, AnJthata final or Jer t
iTuJe nf JMrlbutlon of the property remaining In hit
tunJt tn the persons thereto vntltlei anJ discharging;
him from all further responsibility as such administ
rator It Is ordered that Monday, the 4th day of
March. A D., tn, t 10 o'clock a m atChaiibers,
In the Court House, at Honoluu, Oahu Wand the
same hereby I appoint 1 as the time and place for
hearlrc said petition and accounts an! that all Mr
sons In'eresM ma then and there appear and uta
caue. If any they have, why the same should acn br
Honolulu, January t6, toot,
Hy the Court.
J. A THOMPSON.
lTi8-tJan t6,i o 16 Clerk.
THE FAST SAILING
N. P. CAKL8HN, MiiHter.
Will take a Limited Number of
Sailing about the end of next week
for San Franusco.
For pattlculars apply to.. .
Hind Rolph & Co.,
Cornel Fort anJ Merchant Sts.
tlLm main n8. iionolui u, rut. 14
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
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