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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
- 4. , r , .'
II. T., SATURDAY, FEB 23 1901.
ficeaaia Steamship Company
Th '(learners' ot this lffio will arrive
1 'FR(i SAtf FRANCISCO.
MARIPOSA Mch. 2
SIKHRA ,,,,i...i..Mcli. 12
MARIPOSA .'....;.... Mrh. 23
r.SO.KOMA -... Apr. 2
MARIPOSA .:'... .;.H. .... Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 4
SIHRRA Ma- 18
MARIPOSA ,....May 25
SONOMA June 4
In connection with the (ailing of
pared to Issue, tQ Intending passengers,
road txojn San .Francisco tonll joints In the United Slates, and ifrom Nw
Vofeau-stoamshlpMllrel "European portsi n .n. '
FqR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO ''
Wi. S.'lrM & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
, Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
jccldenlal and Oriental Steamship Go. i Tojo Risen Kalsba
11 (' ' W I !! !
V ' Sutntft of lb abort coptni will cat at Honolulu and Uava t&ta tort oo or aboot tta
..ditti bttow utitontdi.
a For Japan and China
Nlrron'Maru ,,... ,.,.,.. ..Fetriury 6
RiodeJanelro .i..w March t
Co Mle ia... i.i..iu.ii l.. ,Miff h tj
Anertca Mam .. , v March ill
an i I- - ttt I
For cahatal Inrorma'Jtfn piy to
H. Hackfeld &
For oTiiial Info'rmaio'n piy to
rSUaaara ol Ibt abora Ilea, ruootoc In connection with tba CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Viiirauvar. R. C. mad Svdaev. N. S. W.. and calllBC at Victoria. C. C. Honolulu and BrUtio
HUE A7 HONOLULU oo or about tba
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
4, t Drlabaoa toil Sydney t
Warrlnoo.... (.Mir. 6
. tiiApni if
Throutb ticket Usm4 Iron Honolulu to Cafcaia, United Statee and Buron. Fori Fralcht, and
Faaaac and all reaera no format too, apply to
-Thco. H. Davlcs & Co., Ltd., Gen! Agents.
American Hawaiian S. S. Co.
" u Direct Service b:tveen
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
'. ';. SS..CALIFORNIAN, 6,coo ton's, to sill ejrly In April
i'.n S.S.OREGDNIAN. (i.oootons, to sill
."',' S.X AWERA,j,oootons. tcsall
rT"S.-SJHAVVAlAr,,TJxJy)ni, to sail
'FrelKh'j received at coriipafiv1 w'narf. ill Street, South Hrookll n, at all times.
For further particular apply to
C. P. MORSE,
Genera FitlKht Asent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
4 ' ' , Agents, Honolulu
Wilder's Steamship Company ' Business Men
, .. ,, , ; Can Save
FOH feLAND PORTS.
,.RlNO UP TUK.
C - K. - U -
Livery, Boarding and
at "Sales Stables.".: : : -
,.18 FORT STBEJT
.-. Ofi. BELL1NA
FOR BALLAST !!
if Wliite anil Bjack Sand
I In Quantities (o Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
B3T Dump Carts furnished by the da
on Hour's Notice.
H. R UITCHCUCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's ornie.
Kdv& 'foi Freight " "'
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast ?id we checw
baggage on all outgoing steamer.
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. 2:0 King
street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN, im
bdneral Manager ol .
- Th' ftqu'table Life Assaunca Bosu
0' th United Btattutor ice navrxU)'
' 'Ortii- Munhaui atteo:. Ha
'-'.M.PHIlib(VH U Ujo
f' 'Wholesale Itribotters and Jobtaii
Inropean ind Aperictn D7 to
'" ' go t and Qneen Rtreeti,
HHA-OELD & 00., L"
5EMERAL COMMISSION AQF.P
Cor.Vort and Qaecn Btreeli i.ob
apd 'leave this port as hereunder:
FdR SAtf FRANCISCO.
MARIPO,SA Mcli G
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 Juno 4
the above steamers the.ngcnts ire, pro-
coupon through tickets by1 any trail- i
For San Francitco:
America Maru ., , .vfirch t
Ciiy n ftk'n ...v. .March I
k.Mrch 1 6
HuiiKkoriK Maru ..
Co., Lid, Agents.
dalea bolow atated via i
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C):
Aoigl.,,,. April to
Wa moo ... m May 8
Mlowera .. t June 5
I Many Hours
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS OAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago, -i
Only FOUR DAVS,t New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers'. Buffet. Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Bilber
anop ana neasant Keaalng Koums.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP. General Aeeat.
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
d. L. LU.V1AA, U. r. 61 I . A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
0. R. & L. Oo.
From and After January 1, 1R40.
STATIONS Dally Dally
(Outward) !. Sua, !ally ai. Sua. Dally Dally
A.M. A.M. AM. P.M. P.M.
Hoaolola mo g.i it:oj :is s:ia
!iu;1lr'; ; t " 3 f-S
BwaMlll. .,.. 8 si o cS ia.oa 4s o.io
Wataoaa ikjo . 4'4S ...
ffalalua ... iiijs .. !'a ,
abuku ,. ia.it fiiit ...
tlnard) ai 9u. Dally Dally Dally
AM. AM, CM. P.M.
Katun ill ,,,, .ot
Walalua 6:ic .... a 50
ffalaoaa y:io .... :ss
Bwa Mill f:j imi a.n
PtailCtry 6:t 8 c.) usa as
9oQ9lalu 6,u 8. a os irt
K. C. Hmith, Gon'l rasn. it Ticket
O P. rmio. KniTirhitooiliint.
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner,
fVocal Studio, Mlfinon "(
720 Beretanla stteeti Tel. H14. ifa7-tf
lfi. K. KaAJ,
Teacberof .itar, Mandolin, Zltb ,
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to bo loft cure of Wall, Nichoi
roi M.. fV '
Subscribers to I be BUL
LETIN not receiving hwr pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness cMce, Telephone 156
i ne wnoie story u
In one letter aboirf jj
i" From Capt,,F. Ujf, Police Sullen Ho.
8, Montreal i "Wo ftjonlljr ut. I'tiMr
Davit' ral.i.KlLtEn totpnlnt f,i I hi Horn
or A, rhtumattim, itifnfi; roit bittlt thlU
Malm, .romj'i, nL all amlctlona wllch
befa'l men In ouf poeitlbn. 1 bar. bo beat
tatlop In taring that JMi.vKiu.in (l (At
I tit remedy to hat e near at hind.1
Vaett Internnlljr and feitern.lljr,
T o Slut, 3c. and Wc. bottlet.
INDHPENDIINT CITV CHARTER.
The Independent charter commission
finished Us labors Inst night on tho
city charter and presented It to tho
chairman of ,li ,cxecu(vn cummlttco
of the Homo HulC'part)'. It will go to
the Legislature ab nn enrly date.
Tho ilndhirient wsb presented last
night by J. T. Knlng of the revision
committee and on motion of It. V.
Itowc, adapted ns a whole. A vote of
thanks was extended tt by the conimls
alon to IMgar CayplM a and" J. T. l'r
vlnt? for the painstaking work lliev per
formed on both the county and .city
THE FAMILY, KIIIKND.
No remedy lins as pood n right to
that tlt'o as iflcka'poo Indian Oil. It'
Is good for Internal and external use;
It Is pain's most powerful panacea. No
one ean sa "I won't" uavo ncuralgln,
rheumatism, carach'o or 'any1 other
acuto pain, bt everyone, who has a'
bottle of Klcknpoo Indian Oil In tho
housu can say with confidence "I
Won't" have neuralgia or any .other
pain long. Tho power of tills oil over
pain Is marvelous. Toothache, car
nclio, headache,, ncmnlgln and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dlrrnhoca, cholcru
morbus, co'le, cramps, and all acuto
pntns yield instantly to It, You nro nl.
ways proof against pain with a bottle
In tho house Uobron Drug Co.,
agents for Klcknpoo Indian Remedies
The bnnd will play tho following se
lections at a concert In Krama Square
this afternoon , beginning at 4:30
o'clock: k.Ula ,
Overture Tancredl . , Rossini
March Festival .t,nr..j Uergcr
Selection Parlslna Donlietto
Finale Victor Plsanl Perl
Polka Rest Zaverthal
Waltz Io Angeles Oodfroy
"Tho Star Spangled Danner."
Ileglnnlng nt 3 o'clock Sunday after
noon, tho band will play the following
program on tho Capitol grounds.
Tho Old Hundred.
Introduction On I'nrado .... Knppcy
Overture Hungarian Kola
Fantasia Air Vnrlo Carl
Selection Ilcllsarlo Donizetti
' Part II.
Grand Selection Marllana ...Wallace
Cavntlna The Crown Diamonds..
Kntro Act The I.lllputlans...KoUann
Finale Suite Lnchncr
Tho Star Spangled Tlnnner.
ftinmORIAL AT WAILUKU.
Walluku Feb. 18. Memorial services
for .the late Queen Victoria were held In
the Anglican church In Walluku at 3
o'c ock last Sunday afternoon. Rev. Wm.
Ault conducted the services.
There' was a very large attendance,
many coming from Kahulul and Vicinity.
The services were very Impressive and
the Rev, Win. Ault In his remarks paid a
very lilting tribute to the memory of the
,; .,. . '
TO CUl'tE A (JUi.0 IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative Ilroino Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 rent.
Tho ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass of Seattle,", Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Baloon has tho beer on tap or
Henry H.. Williams,
The Progressive Undertaker
of Honolulu with the
...CITY FURNITURE STORE ..
i(llThe very lattfft methods em
ployed in cnrli;;for thi' de.til.
A lull stock of -Hit bust nnd
up-to-d.itu undt,illn(; goods
and paraphernalia,,' ; ,
Office; 1146 1148 Fort St., Love Building.
Phone Main 04. Phone and Night Call, White 8811
Residence- 1375 Port 6t below Vineyard,
i f. J jJfrLi
Thr San Francisco Call says of I'lprence Huberts' Papbo to be plavcd here
a week from next Tupnday - ilC,,1D'''rM,')'trA
, Of , course, this, particular Bapho who Is not by nny means the Sapho it
D.iudets audacious novel wins sympathetic. Intirest from the Audience,
'from the rlfe'of
Its fall upon the
of this partld
pereoi, who has
agafnBt the hn
able decrees of
or the woman
of Snplio, whilm
whom It would
too bad. Thcro
Roiwl women nro
'slitter In their
this S.ipho suf
Ing her of too'
ntlic r' 'words,
of merging her
pho and Jean
tho greatest of
The story has
pulated In the
mntlzatlon as to
of tho other
nearly all of
HB r ' hJ f ' I
which thelpevndlpg Sapho Is not n part the principal part.
'Subordinated to tho exploitation of Sapho and her feelings,
afters In the play, excepting ns' they subserve to tho end, may us well have
Jtlss Roborts hi the role of Sapho compels attention and commands ad
miration, both for the completeness of her lichiihiuc nnd the earnestness of
her Impersonation. The role Is one which ninkrs exacting demands upon
the vmatlllty and the nrtlstle resources of the actress who essas Its por
trayal. However little wc may ndmlre the character oj S.iplio, It must he ad
mlted that n portray that character with anything like artistic success re
ciultes a high order of mimetic talent. Miss Roberts wins success, distinct and
unqualified, In this portrayal. It Is n strong, well-rounded and Impressive
performance. In tenser scenes nnd nil tha reenes are rather tense Miss
Roberts attains to each climax wlthadcqiiato skill nnd power, portraying
the character, as she conceives it, wlthstrlklng fullness of outline and fulness
of detail. Those who saw Miss Roberts as "I'eggy'Thrlft,"ln "The Country
Girl," hardly suspected that she possessed the dramatic power which she evi
dences art Sapho. "?
f js vt v it a w r f ' w :v
New York, Feb 10. A cable to the
Son from Paris says: Professor d'Ar
Bonvnl Ilu'lflcd air with great success
at a conference of the Museum of Na
tural History today. Tho air was II-
quilled by enormous pressure arid Its
temperature) was minus ISO degrees
centigrade. Tho liquid tan be kept In
doublc-ddcd sliver covered bottles,
from which It will not evaporate as it
did In other receptacles. It was shown
that liquefied nlr destroys the elastl
city of India rubber, which becomes
bard and as brittle ns glass. It can
then bo pulverized. When the air has
evaporated the inula ruMier again ne-
comes clastic. Meal can be treated In 'bill In order to securo tho extension of
the same mnnner. Prof. d'Arsnnvnl the present exclusion law for ten years,
showed u beefsteak that had been dip- I.odge Is convinced that his cotnmlt
ped In lqueded nlr. Ho let It fall, and ten will report tho bill ns amended to
when :t struck tho platform It sound- . tho Senate nnd that It will stand n good
cd llk n Btone. It broke Into pieces, shpw of passing.
Meats can be reduced to powder that i flenntor HanBhrough today reported
IS easy to masticate nnd assimilate. Ifrom the Commlttco on Public linds
Ice dipped Into liquefied nlr will cut
glass like a diamond, nnd mercury will
hecome ns hard ns antimony. Liquefied
air gives rnctnls, especially steel, ten
fold qunlltlcs obtained by ordlnnry was drawn up by( thp. Interior Depart
methods. It Incrcn8ed.thelr diicttblllty. ment and Is deslgned'to glvo Irrigation
onahllng them t" bo drnwn out to the Ists live years from tho tlmu of begin-
thickness of a hair. When heated It
becomes so powerful an explosive that
no metal enn resist It.
Tnko a rldo on tho Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy tho un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain und
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents'.
ARE YOU DEAF??
V.tcrf kind (if ilnfnrn ft ml tlllTlriill lfir
liifrritii lt riirni (.jour nw inrinttnt "tilr
thotMi hHVlmt bunn hittn iiraf nro incurable. tlc
In lhnrnrf-4rtunt nrr hrml fitrUralnra ftbtia
furcnito Imiftirtnt lun nnii ftiUUnl'ie', Krrr;
no run cure liiimrlf ol hi oun botne nt vrr
DIR. DAlTOH'S AURAL CLINIC,
0 lilt I
rthe curtain to
'Hnal act Wins It
for the Sapho
lar drama Is n
and put-it p o n
a genuine grelv
man puppets who
ly, the Incxor-
destiny. The man
Is a person
bo well to avoid,
erts jSaplio (s
are tood women
In U10 world,
a few of thcHc
wrongs even ns
fers. In mak
common type. In
there Is danger
into tho common
virtually b u t
In this play Sa
these Is Sapho.
been so maul
process of dra
the Incidents of
Ever) thing Is
The other dutr
Washington, Feb. 11. Senator I-odgo
of Massachusetts ossurrcd Represen
tative Kahn today that hn was heartily
In favor of Knhn's bill for tho exclusion
of Chlncxo nnd Indorsed his plan to
I attach tho bill to tho Jenkins bill.
thereby opening tho way for tho pass-
ago of the antl-Chlnesc exclusion act
during this session. Tho Sennto Com
mittee on Foreign Relations, of which
Lodge Is acting chairman, will meet
Wednesday morning to consider the 1
'Jenkins bill. Ileforo that time Ropre-
tentative Kahn Is to meet Senator 1
, Lodge nnd go over th plan for engraft-'
ing ine innn imi upon ine jenuins
an amendment to the sundry civil hill
changing the existing law In relation to
limiting tho tlmo In which Irrigation
works may bn begun. Tho amendment
nlng work In which to complete tho
same, Instead of requiring thorn to bo
gin within flvo years.
Tbo first two games In the series of
basket ball contests will he played off
In the Y. M. C. A. gVmnnslum this
evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock
The public Is cordially1 Invited to at
tend. Weiilc Vljn
Dr. PIcrccN elec
tric lloily HnttL-ry
Aay wlthDruct tnvat
tlisalc SenJ for MUtok-
N IHfo " AJJrrat
II3HCI1 m.UCTPIC CO.,
620 M'-kct St.. S V.
and Head Stones
Hi' ReminVlr 'thJrt; is nfa otherVMr.
Vili,tms connected with this es-
tatnishment ; make rfo more
KAHN CHE Bill
w STOMACH gW
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blnoJ. vlcoro"snervM-atroiiir
bQjy llptfftter'i Sta.maih;. Hlttirs
jtrengiiuns we.m sinmictn. Atroxci'lonal
iloseiMinfep'tlie b4we' active. ..Taken
regularly. It will itire liidlteMlo'iT. oinstl
pjtlon, dvsptrsla, blllous"es. Inactive
liver or kidneys, malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Prlvntc
lie venue Htniiip co ers the neck of the
It has no
THE PAC'FIC MILL COMPANY
has sue. ceded 1 1 the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd , Alakea
and Kiel arJs streets, and respectfully soli
cits the fvitnige of all former customers
of the latter .nil I company.
U.YIML1 I At AY,
1716 tf V. H,G. AHNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that tha
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
Hie-half dollars per share en the Capital
Stock o THE INTER ISLAND TELE
JRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at tin office of the undersigned.
tt Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Vctp. Trea. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Honolulu. June 1. 1000. n;o
THE SOUTH KONA AGNICULTUKAL CO.,
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the SOUTH KONA AGHICULTUKAL
COMPANY. LTD , will he held In the of
fice of W. R. Castle on the 27th of Feb
ruary, iqoi.at 2 p. m.
(Slgnei) A. M. CAMPBELL.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of the HAWAIIAN f RUlTand PLANT COM
PANV, LIMITID, helJ Feb. i8,iooi,nn
Jsesment of $70 per share on the ascsM
ble stock of the corporitlon was lalbd for.
The same will be due April 1. ipoi, and
an sio;it on wiitcri tins .Tessmnt is un
lit, 1001, will be declared
T. II. GlIlSO.V.
Dated Wahlawa, Feb. 18, 1801. I77l-jt
At the Annual Meeting of the stockhold
ers ol WALL NICHOLS CO., I Tl) , held
February loth, tool, the following Tticers
were duly elected to serve fur the enu1ng
i'. t:. iNicnois rrrsttient
Jas. F. Morgan VIce-PrcMJent
A. V. Clear Secretary
T. E. Wall treasurer
T. F. Lansing- Auditor
The above officers constitute the Board
A. V. GEAR.
ELECTION OP OFFICERS.
At the adjnurned annual meeting of the
IILRGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, LTD.,
held t'.ls day, the follow lug officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
J. W. Bergtrom.... President and Mgr
C. S. Dokv Vice-president
C. J. Ilutchlns Irrasurrr
W. O. Atwater. . . .Sec'y and Auditor
A. F. Cioke D'rcctbr
The above oflirers also constitute the
Board of Directors.
W. O. ATWATER.
Honolulu. Feb 16. loot. t76o-3t
Notice to Creditors.
Nolle U hereby uUtn to iUrf4ltorafe Ine claim
eatriit Hi mn at J, Ct7i J M"1 lro. Ii ol
Honolulu, if ritt,, to ( rirn-it tamuly uthn
tkmJ ar4 w th riwr vouclifFt, it ih o(ict ol the
AJmin'kUJ'or, ai Ij. mi Honolulu, Uiftu, urtl
ln'y of awll, whhln klx (6) tnuntlH (rum th dtt
hireuf. or they will ft fuiecr b'r9J.
M li sILVA,
AJmlnltrtor of tlif r tn of J Catral J MiJrlro.
DiteJ at Honolulu. Uahu, tlilnith Jiv ol Ivbiuiry
19 i. it6t it-lt-b ii 16 n.n
THE FAST SAILING
N. I. CAIU.SI1N, Mimter.
Will lake a Limited Number of
Sailing about the end of next week
for San Francisco.
Fur partlcuhrs'applv to.. .
Hind Rolph & Co.,
Campbell Hlnck, ,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
TLU, MAIN Il8. HONOLULU, PHU. 14
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Iltillctln Klvca a coruplote euminary ot
tho news ot the day.