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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1901.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
I ni lfS i5 slKii II
....Feb. 19 MARIPOSA
....Men. 2 SONOMA ...
....Mch, 12 MARIPOSA
....Men. 23 VENTURA ,
....Apr. 2 MARIPOSA
....Apr. 13 SIERRA ....
....Apr. 23 MARIPOSA
May 4 SONOMA ..
....May 18 MARIPOSA
....May 25 VENTURA .
In connection with the sailing ot the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupdn through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
Jfork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY -TO
Wm. 0. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AOENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Toyo Klsen Kaistia
.... Bteiaers of the abort companies will call at Honolulu and leave tnls port on or about tts
..dales betow Mentioned !.
For Jaoan'and China:
Nippon Maru February a(
Riode Janeiro March 6
Coptic - -- March t4
America Maru March ai
For general Information tp'y o
H. Hackfeld &
aVStaaaara ol Ua abora Una. ninslae ! toonactlon with tha CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
MtvM Vaacouvar, D. C . and Svda.y, N. S. W.. and calllD- tl Victoria. D. C Moooluto and Brlabarir
DDE AT HONOI.UI.IJ oaot about Uia dataa balo-i atat.4 l l
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
r Prlabaoa aaft Sjrdnayj
W.rrlfnoa .... ..........
Mlowcra April l
Aorantl Mar n
Warrlmoo J una S
aT"Taroatb tlckatt luuad Iron Honolulu to Canada. Ualtad Statao and Eoropa. For Fralfbt and
Paaaat a aad all t anaral loformatloo, apply to
Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd., GcnM Aftcnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
S. 8. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January 15 for Han Francisco, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by S. S. Oregonlan. April loading.
Freight received at company's wlvirf, 421I Street, South Biooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
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, : : :
E18 TOUT BTREm
Stable 'Phono, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, SIB and 71a.
O. H BELUNA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit
EXCAVATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
nfir Dump Carts furnished by the dij
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's otnee.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast and we checfi
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblte and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, V(t.
(Mneral Manager ol
Tb RqaU&blo Lift Assumim Socu
O) th United BtMeBlor tlie navU
Omrmt Mtjlinnr Unci. Hm
M. PHILLIPS k CO
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbtia
ftaropein tnd Amtrican Dry 1004
go t and Queen Stieeti,
H. HAOKFELD & 00., Li"
ENEBAL COMMISSION ABM
Cor. Fort and Queen BtreeU 1 .
For San Francisco:
Coptic February 19
America Maru March 1
City nl Pckln; March 8
Oael'c March 16
Hongkong Mini March 11
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BBISBANB
For Victoria and Vancouvar (B. C.)i
AomikI April to
Wa moo May S
Mlowcra Juna 3
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet. Smok'
Ing and Library Cars, with Barber
anop ana rieasam Heading Kooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
IJ5 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
D. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent.
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1. 1840.
STATIONS. Dally Dally
(Oarwara) ai. Sun. '.ally aa. Soa. Dally Dally
A.M. AM. AM. KM. V.H
Honolalo r.io a.is its s'-S S"o
Paarl City.... I.o 9.14I 11149 l it S'jo
HwaMtll It) total m 410s diio
Walaoaa io.so .... 4:4s ....
Walalua.... it:ss ,.. i:aa ....
(abuku is.ta .... tits ....
TATIONS. . DaM
Howard) ai Su. Dally Dally Dally
AM. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Canaan tijj ,,,, ana
Walalua 610 .... a so
Walaoaa tuo .... s SS
a Mill 1:5a ti4 not 4.ia
Paail City .,,, 6.13 1 0) ti)o 4 !
Honolulu 6.u S.M a oj 10A
V, C. StUTH, Gon'l Pasi. A Tlokot
O. P. Dknihon. Hnnnrlrirninlnnt.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlfinon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. ifa7-tf
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ..itar, Mandolin, Zltn
Ukulola and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left curs of Wall, Niohoi
O' '.IWi.i Mr. '. r
Subscribcrs to the BUL
LET IN not receiving Uier pa
pers prompt Iv will confer a
favor by notifying the Bust
ness Cice, Telephone 156
.- ihMJtii -
and company at
take Gessler's Magic
AT ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 1023.
ai w m
Mardi Gras Ball is a
NOTABLE COSTUMES OF
THE LEADING PATRONS
General Tendency Towards the Comical
All Arrangements Were Car
ried Out With Excellent
Honolulu has perhnps never seen
such a brilliant gathering of the so
ciety people of tbo city than was pres
ent at tho Mnrcll (Iras carnival In tha
drill shed last nlglit. The affair was
nn mirruallflcd succss In every respect
except one and that wag a matter which
could not very well be regulated
There was not enough room for the
thousand or more people present, a
great deal having been used for the
boxes and chairs around the hall for
tho public. It was not until after the
midnight hour had passed by that the
dancers who were left, found much
comfort In dancing. However, there
were many features noticed In tho big
ball which made up for this state of
In the first place, the Mardl Oms
l'aliice was most beautifully decorated
In the manner described In yesterday's
llullctln. Ilcsldes the large flags and
bunting which hung from the girders
and covered up the unsightly walls,
the liberal display of Mardl Gras col
ors and tho like, there were hunJreds
of potted palms and ferns anil great
festoons of greens. At every possible
place, something had been placed to
heighten tho beauty of the Mardl Grus
The doors of the hall were opened
promptly at 8 o'clock and, even nt
that time, thero were peoplo waiting
outsldo for a chanco to get a pick of
the seats. From this time until after
9 o'clock, the crowd continued to ar
rive until every chair In the hall and
boxes was occupied anil peoplo were
standing up near tho door.
The hand was stationed just above
tho entrance and there for a half hour
or more beforo tho arrival of maskers,
Captain llcrgcr nnd his boys played
lively airs. It was necessary for them
to tako to a ladder to get to this place
but they did not mind It for they un
doubtedly had the best view of tho
Tho boxes to the left and right of the
cntranco nnd then tho long double row
down tho Kwn side, were crowded with
Honolulu's society people. Queen
I.lliuokalanl nnd party occupied a box
near tbo stage and to the right. This
was very prettily dcoorated. Governor
Dolo nnd his party occupied a box near
ly opposite. Among those noticed In
tho other boxes were the following:
High Sheriff and Mrs. A. M. Brown,
XIr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Atkinson, Mrs. S.
0. Wilder. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Hatch,
Miss Knufmnun, Mrs. J. II. Castle, Mrs,
M. C. Wldillllcld, Mrs. S. M. Damon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. P. Cooke. Hon. W. O.
Irwin nnd party. Mr. nnd Mrs. II, M.
Whitney, Miss Whltnoy, Mr. Whitney,
Mrs, Walker, tho Misses Wnlkcr, Mrs,
Samuel Parker, Dr. anil Mrs, Cnr
nilchnel. Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Herbert,
Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Miss Paty,
Mrs. Wm. Lanz. Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstlnn
Conradt. Mrs. A. Fuller. Mrs. Nnonnn,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schaefcr, Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. A. Isenberg, Captain nnd Mrs,
Sinker. V. S. A., Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Folk, Mrs, Ireno Brown and party,
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Suhr, Mr. and Mrs, J.
M. Dowsett ,Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ilrown,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Magoon.Mr. and Mrs.
F. J. I.nwrcy, Mr. nnd Mrs. R, Faxon
Bishop, Mr. nnd Mrs, A. B. Wood, Mr,
nnd Mrs. K. I). Tennoy. Mrs. nelle
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Booth, Mrs. Clara
Schmidt, Mr, and Mrs, John Cummins,
Tlsnwlti . jrs a TSJifnrr a 'mny f, a iUUi ti f -i j.
i ii inne tttSAier.s . vcii vvn..!it Tiiorra kji. im so siaci 10
I Magic Headache Wafer"! a Miracle." j .see youY
HI! llllll Mil tflll II IIWMI ! allll II I I'TTIIII III I I Mil I II il II I Mill lllimJMIItaMaiT11litaWtaWrilana1Ma
a headache in 20
THE 25 SIZE HOLDS FOUR TIMES AS
I Judge nnd Mrs. Hstoc, Mrs. Paul Neu
mann, Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Hnwcs, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. George Davles, Mrs. Al
lan White, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oilman.
I It was fully 9:30 o'clock beforo
1 George Potter, master of ceremonies,
I was able to get his party of nmaltcrs
together In order to begin the grand
, march. Their coming was announced
, by the nppoaraticc ot the lloor manager
nnd his four assistants on tho dancing
floor with berlbbuncd wnads In their
At the nppcarancc of tho head of tho
column with George Potter lending,
the band struck up tho grand carnival
march and tho maskers started down
tho grand Btnlrcase. Following the
master of ceremonies were two trump
eters nnd behind these came tho Prince
and Princess dressed In rich costumes.
A page held up tho train of Her Ma
jesty. Follow Ing were In the neighbor
hood of three hundred peoplo In vari
ous costumes. Some were easy to pick
out whllo others baffled the keenest
until tho time tor the unmasking.
Tho mnskers marched around to tha
throne on the Walklkl side of (he hall
and then the Prlnco and Princesses,
mounting their throne, took their sents,
Tho master of ceremonies then stepped
out, bowed low and, from a manu
?crlpt. read the following greeting:
May It Please Your Serene High
nesses: An era ot unequalled prosper
ity has blessed your realm. Upon tho
fruitful earth copious rains have fal
len. Tho argosies of your subjects havn
borno abroad products of the teeming
soil nnd returned freighted with rich
merchandise for the use and adornment
of a prosperous people.
Your munificent gifts to public chart
tlnn thr. Imfiiitlfvlni? nf vnnr rnrill.il
city and tho construction of magnifi
cent highways hac marked your reign
nnd endenred ourselves to your sub
jects. Tho diplomatic tact, the firm- j
nets tempered with moderation which
has characterized Your Highness' In- !
tercourso with foreign Stales has set
tled vexed nnd perplexing disputes and
carried tho renown of your sagacity to
the uttermost parts of the earth. With
in your realm rebellious tribes lmv
been subdued and disarmed by kind
ness, so that now throughout the
length nnd breadth of your principality
Mindful of tlicso many blessings,
your grateful subjects, and with thcra
many envoys from beyond the seas,
havo gathered hero to do you homage,
nnd under your gracious patrongo mak
merry ami thus testify to their loyalty
and tho gladness that is within their
All hall our glorious Prince and gra
cious Princess! Let tho trumpets sound
and all proclaim them blessed!
Frank Thompson, tho court Jester,
dressed In the usual costume, "wonder
fully and fearfully made," mounted the
throne when tho master of ceremonies
.had finished his greeting on behalf of
tho loving subjects and, for nt least leu
minutes, kept tho vast audlenco In n
continual roar of laughter at his re
marks on the "rain." Tho greeting
of tho master of ceremonies was bur
lesqued In n most clever wny, tho Jester
taking occasion to hit at the condition
of the streets nnd the Dole regime.
Tho maskers next took their posi
tions for tho opening lancers, tho Prin
cess choosing Prlnco David Kawanana
koa as her partner In the dance. After
this, ctmo the dances In tbo order In
which thoy had been arranged. Tho
Jancera over, tho Prlnco and Prlncosa
mounted the throne once more nnd be
gan their dlllleult task of plcklim out
thoso whom they thought should bo
awarded the prizes. At n late hour, tho
maskers were railed to tho throne
whero tho Princess gavo out tho prizes,
Mrs. i:. D. Tenney, most nrtlstlially
gotten up as I'rou-Frou, was uwunled
tho prize for tho most beautiful lady's
costume Sho received n beautiful
Dresden loving cup. Tho prize for tho
most original lady's tostumo was
awarded to Mrs. Mary Gunn who wnro
a costume typifying La llello France.
Tho dress was most beautifully madn
and tho cap worn by the lady Just
added tho right touch. A Irl-color (lag
was carried. Mrs. Gunn planned and
I made tho costume herself. Tho mako-
up wns so good that, when the lady
walked past the French Consul during
tho progress of tho grand march, he ap
plauded her. After tho unmasking, thn
Comte do Portlers went up and offered
his congratulations. The prlzo for the
most comical lady's costume was
MANY ASTHE 10.
awarded to Miss . McLean, who
II. A. Adams as Claude Melnotte,
took tho prize for tho most hnnilsomo
man's costume. Dr. Hutchison, who
was dressed ns a Hyderabad Indian
gentleman, took the prize for the most
original man's costume nnd W, H. Mc
Lean ns Dusty Willie with the electric
nose tarried off tho honors for the
most romlrnl costume.
Supper was served at midnight nnd it
was after 1 o'clock this morning be
foro the last dancers left the hall.
The costumes as n whole were very
well gotten up. They showed both
forethought and taste, this applying to
both the men and the women present.
Perhaps the most attractive costumes
nutsldf of the ones which carried off
the prizes, were those of Mrs. J. S.
Walker and Miss Marion Scott who
represented two water lilies. They
were nttractlvely dressed In short
skhts of pink gauze trimmed on tho
bodices with green satin ribbons. Mrs.
C. II. Cooper was a Ladv of tho Direc
tory. Miss i:vn K. Prntt wag dressed
ns n Spanish lady. Tho Dowager Em
press of China Mrs. W. M. Graham
was one of tho most perfectly dis
guised ladles In tho room. Sho had an
escort of n half dozen or more Doxers
Mrs. Gerrlt P. Wilder represented a
red hibiscus. She wore an entirely red
dress with short skirts. Miss May Da
mon appeared ns a witch and Mrs. Mac
donuld as a Daughter ot the Revolu
tion. Miss Paula Isenberg was dressed
to represent Gcrmnnla.
Tho men who made the most fun of
tho evening were Ilobert Shingle, Wal
tcr Dillingham, C. N. Prouty, Isaac
Dillingham. Gerrlt P. Wilder, A. Mlz
ner nnd J. Holt. They were dressed as
Dromlos and their dlsgulso was per
fect. Major George Potter ranked
among the very best dressed among
the men. Had It not been for tho fart
that he was the master of ceremonies,
he would surely have carried off a
prize. Much to the astonishment of all.
Prlnco David Kawnnanakoa appeared
In a dress suit Instead of n handsome
cosiumo as was fully expected. P. N.
Lansdala was in n Colonial costume.
NATunrrs provision for man
When Naturo designed man sho
provided nmple things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to llvo nnd
bo healthy on vegoUitlon; that was
tho natural way, Tho only wny to be
healthy or to regain lost health Is
by using nature's remedy and great
blood purifier Klckapon Indian Sag
wa. This is tho grent Indian remo
dy, taken direct from nature's unerr
ing laboratory. It Is mndo ot simple
herbs, roots and barks, and always
nets naturally. It searches out tho
dlseasa; Huds tho cause of It; slays
It, and restores the body to a normal
ly healthly condition. It your liver la
sluggish, drowsy, or Inactive; If your
heart doesn't pump right, palpitate.,
thumps, sometimes vigorously; and
sometimes faintly; It your bowels arc
Inactive, or overactive; It your stoi
nch falls you; If your kidneys fall to
act naturally; thero Is still help for
you If you will tako Klcknpoo In
dian Sagwa. You must net quickly.
Disease Is progresslvo; you must stop
It at onco. K'.ckapoo Indian Sagwa
will do It. Ilobron Drug1 Co., agcuts
for tho Klckapon Indian Remedies.
Tho ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass ot Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. Tha
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap cr
The Evening llullctln. 75 cent per
Tijc Yokohama Specie Bsi
l'a(d Up Capital . ..
Yen t4 onc.ooQ
Yen tS, 000,004
Kthtrvca i unj
Mead Office. Yokohama,
The Uank buys and receives for col
lection Hills of Exchange, Issues Draft!
and Letters of Credit, nnd transact
a general banking business.
On filed Dt posit for it nontbi, 4 f Mat I
On Flied Pcpoiit for 6 nontbi, jH
On Fli4 Deposit for 1 nut ;
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank,
.iew HWBllt BiHUu, 111 Lit Si, Uotolin
A co-partnershin Is announceJ between
William K. Castle. Jr., and Philip M.
Lansdale. for the r'lrpoje of carrying on .1
generil Heal Estate, Trust, and Investment
business All business done bv W, R.
Castle, Jr still hereafter be ortlej on
iimler the firm name of Castle t l.ans-
THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANY
has succeeded to the plmlng mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Kldiards streets, and lespectfullv soli
cits the ratr tuge of all former customers
of the latter mill company.
I7i6tf W. H. G.ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tha
Foufth AssesMnent of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per snare on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co
Honolulu. June 1. loco. i;;o
Election ol O. fleers.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
Ine board of officers were elected to serve
at the annual meeting ot the HAMOA
I'l.AN 1 A 1 lUN t-u., held on t-ebruary
W. F. Allen PresiJent
H. P. Haldwln. ..vice-President
G. H. Robertson .Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
P. C.Jones Director
The above compose the Board of Di
rectors. Auditor: T. RlcharJ Robinson.
DateJ Honolulu, Februrv 4, toot.
E. P. BISHOP.
1756 2 w Secretary.
Election of Oi fleers.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
Board of Ollicers were electej at the An
nual Meeting of C. IIKI.WLK & CO.,
(LTD.) held this day, to serve for the en
suing year, viz :
Clias. M. Cooke, President
Geo. II. Robertson
Vlce-PresiJent and Manage"
E. F. Bishop Sec. and Tre.is.
Col. W. F. Allen, Auditor
P. C, Jones, Esii . )
H. Waterhouse. Esq Y Directors.
Geo. R. Catter, Esq J
E. F. BISHOP,
DateJ Honolulu. Feb. 6, loot. I7S7-2W
NOTICE TO CRBDITORS.
The unltrilcncs having ten duly ippslnieJ Ai
mln ktrator of the tttitr ol Jjmv Hutthincs, late of
Honolulu, UlanJ of Oj.hj dt-ceatrj nit ice Is hr
by clvfn to all pmonitofrrfcrni the'r clilmt acalntt
the cttate ot jU Jimt H latching-., jfCtittJ, duly
Authenticated liettwr tecurevl r mortgage or other
wise, to the un Jertlgncd at hit office on Qurn street
In the clt v of Honolulu. Ulani of Oahu, wlili nilt
month from the date hereof, or they v. Ill le foreer
r-arrej, anj all porton InJettoJ to the estate are
hereby renu te4 to make Immediate payment to the
Administrator of the estate of James Hutchtngs,
Honolulu, Jan. jo, tin. itsi-iiI
Notice to Creditors.
The undcrsleneJ having been duly arreted Ex
ecutors and fcneiu'rlt reectUttv of the estate of
Jamet A. Jl'ipper deceased, late iif Honolulu, Oathu,
notice Is hereby glvn to all creditors ti present lhlr
claims against said Jams A. Hopper, July authen
ticated with piorrr vouchers, If r exist, even If the
ilalm Is secured by mortgage upon real esute. to 'he
undersigned, at their otrue on I nrt strerl Honalu u,
Ualu, within six months from the Ja'e f he first
publication htreof, or they will be lretr barred.
Honolulu Oihu, February 1st. A D., 1001.
WIILIAU I. HOPPER,
t. wi Li"t I'fcifcKsUN, and
I LLIN HOPI'LR,
Fxecutors and ExecttrU of the estate of James A.
I topper, deceased iTsi-4t)tw
Notice to Creditors.
tellers Testamentary hiving bfen dulvKtuedto
the UndertlgTHd a Lxrcutors of the 1 1st Will and
Ttsuminrot ROHFUrii RAltb.lale o( Hirolutu,
IslanJ of Oatm, r rMI-jry 1 f Hawitl JetiMted, No
tice Is hereb given to all persons to present their
.alms against the Estate oi saidKoWrtf Mabe,
Jvieatrd duly authenticated whether secured by
rrmri.ago or otht.rle t the Undrrsignid of their
o trice In tie City of Honolulu or to Mvsws. Hulmei
and St-inle) their Attorneys nt ihelr ()ive on Kaa
humanu strett It th Cltv ol Horn lulu within "sIX
MONTHS from the dale of the hrt publication here
of or tVy will be forever birreJ anl all persons
Indel led 10 said fc stile arc hrrrby requested to make
Immediate payment to ihr t nd-tslrned
1KIDLKJ K HARRISON.
Executors of the Last Will and Testament ot Ro
berto Rabe J n eased
Honolo'u I ebruart Hi iq 1 i?;4iit
Mrs. A. L. King
Has rem'.vcd to Port street, opposite the
Catholic Church, wlieie the patronage of
her friends and former customers is soil
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