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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, MAY 4. 1901
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Pmnso.t J. A. Matthew man
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P.O. Box ij
flllPHONt, MAIN 1(1
S KAAIIUMANU ST
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
OSot: In the Occidental Hotel,
Mtur Of King and Alaltea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
FO.Boigti, TEL-WHITE t
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
68 H otel St., Ncn rFop t
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A C. OZAWA. Muiiii,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
fitpit.i) CS:s Rood j irtt.ln Scrick.li ball!
H T.I. f4
LADIES SKIRTS CLEAN'O
C!MVn,;Cf.n.d. D4 ri Kft4lreJ
SUITS MMli TO CiUCH--i"it
uar.n'c.J ttf-Liwt.l Prlii.
F?M Sum, near Kukul, ni n.ir Orphcunl Thitt.r.
jTprfcc. Ctn'ris 'nt ult, $1. D)lng suit ft.jft.
IJONE IN CRAYON
Pictures framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mojldlngs for frames
KING AND ALAPAI STREETS
MAU HOVOLVU STOCK VAKDS
atcnltftts, Contractors and Mlim
Etlwapd R. Swain,
STAVGtVWUD UlU ,
CROCKER UUlt) Mi,
Ttmrorarv Otlic. with F W. Micfirljnj.
401 JuJJ riullJIns
...... w Far I.I. a,
F. W. t.riil. P. O. Hoi ttI
blUKDSLEE & PAGE
ApchJtects & Buildeps
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Dcnlors in Lmnbor and Goal
Qnwxw Mrnt. Honolnln
C NTRACTOR AND
jobbing ; Promptly : Attended : To.
M. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rtv of old stand. Entrance on King
strut. Order lift at either shop, or office,
it .'oho Nott's Ovt, Kin? street, will re
i-'v, wnnn-l Htt.n'n. Mtrtf
Edward R. Swain,
Crocker Bid., - San Francisco
eilres to announce that he has
penedan office In Honolulu forthe
transaction of all business apper
taining to the practice of his pro
fession. Pending the completion of tneStangen
wald Building, in which offices have been
secured, he can be found at the office of
JWK. r. VY. AtAUr-AKUA.-SC. ,J
4uw juui; uuii.ui.mji
on all sorts of building.
-OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shrlners are welcome to visit our
.' gallery and see the
.. FINE COLLECTION.
Sowons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES i TELE HONES !
Room kS-k. ortict, Mais, ii
Boston Bliiluvo. RtiDtvct.
FORT Stuet. Whiti, Ki.
HOURS i! A n. TO t. p.m !
., . J.TO j p. m., j to p. m.
P.O.ROXfol. SlD ILIf 1
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnla 6tpeet.
dOURS-io to j
7 to 8
DR. J. T. WAY30N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
office hours J?30;tt:jeP;;
TEL. Main 6
L.K. C. A. PETERSON
: u rt-ODt ed his office at . . .
s6 Emma Street
f Q-II A..M. )
ouks: 7- 4 p.m. r
( ; 8 p.m. J
W WALTER HOFFMANN.
3KUETANIA STItELT (opposite the
Telephone S10. P. 0. Rex, SOI.
Office hours. 8 to .0 a. m.; 1 to I
. zn.;T to 8 p. m.iSunt'ays, S to 11 a. m.
Dp. F. J. Rayncp,
Crown and Bridge
HOURS 9 TO i
204 BoHtun Block.
DR. ALBERT E. (NICHOLS,
2D e n. t i is t. i
1123 Alakei St'ft, next to ..as:nlc
DPice Hours 9 to 4
.. C, WALL, D. D. S., I
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Lovo Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 431.
Dp. W. G. Rogeps
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THKOAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for onsul!a!lons.
'JFFICE-1S4 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A
HOUI'S O to TI-3 1 4JK-7 to 8.
We lit jSUissch
We Crliul Icmhch
We repair iilnKCH
FACTORY ON Till: lKEAISEb.
A. N. SANPORD,
BOSTON BlUO. FUBT STttET
Ul MAY A CO.
Extracts Corns and Ingrowing Nails
Dallv. g tJ f a.m. I to 5 p in.-' p"ant '" tno cr"ers received from tho to tho hopes o her constituents re- i,or wi,h more facilities for tho hand
7toSpm. " ' ' '' j Nnvy Department. He had everything mains to ho seen. ling of vessels feel ronfirteut of tho sue-
Sundav$. 0 to 12 a. m.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE HO. Sh
SOW It the time to get Iseks
broakagon toon to, and 70a'
Roofs Put In Orrte
By com potent wortaw y
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. V. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
Rlcrurl Strctt, tct. Qattn in Mtrchxrtt Honolulu.
Jpbbtog proaptiy .rt.id.d to.
Tel. White . P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST-
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figuri on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me atrial.
C. II. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
E. K. KAAJL,
Toucher of 1'uitar, Mandolin, Zltb.
Ukulalo anil Taro Patch,
Orders to be left euro of Wall, Nicholi
jj Ammtrnni Mpln On ' 1
M. PHILLIPS & JU
WholeeaU Itcporton and Job.ri
isropsui md iKericw Dry tw
To t and CJcseo (Itrcets.
2. HAOKFELD & GO., i!
(EHERiL C0KXISS1OK IfiEKTt
.or. Foil anl Qaeen Streeli Hti.uU
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uititskiti itistiitiiti itiitsittifi
The Finance Committee of the Pro
tectlve League of Honolulu have. In
J soliciting funds for the work of the
League, come squarely up to this qttcs
tlon: "Whnt are the objects of your
orgrnlzatlon?" This question Is legi
timate end must be answered clearlv
and satisfactorily before the I'rotectlvo
l.fngue of Honolulu can rightfully aik
the rronlcil or other suppoit from the
cltl:ns of our city.
1' What are the object? ,
Article 2 of our constitution makes
clear and definite answer, viz.: "To
.secure the enactment and enforcement
1 of laws for the moral welfaro of Hono-
lulu for the protection of children and
I the promotion of public decency, and
also to exert moral pressure on public
affairs when necessary." In short, to
,1Prsonnl abuse, or suffering, or
hrrnme n nieil 11m thrniitrh vhih ram
Injustice, or public Indecency, or other """. '" cuiiiuiiui i.m n mci
wrongs, may he taken un for careful l"S "f the directors of the League, who
consideration and help.
Our motto might well he "Protection
and Promotion" protection ngalnst
evil and promotion of good. Indeed
the Idta of protection Is so strong that
1 finds Its place In our very name 1 1-
The League was born for tho dls-
tlnnt purpose of espousing tho cause
of tin) weak and helpless from tho
, abuse and Injustice of tne strong, end
"' liBiiunn niui.fi niivitiu iiunsim.-.
The protection of children especially Is
Intended to he one of tho chief depart
nunts of our work.
It may bo that the rollco Department
feels restrnlnnd, through failure of tho
provision In law, to attempt Interfcr-1
1 ence and rescue. Conviction might bo
I obtained for cruelty on tho part of
I parents or guardians, but what can be
I clone with the rescued child after the '
I laid conviction has been secured? Is
U to be sent back to the old homo and
hi entrusted to tho care of those who
hive 'jU8"d It? I
In this connection It will bo lemem-'
bered that nt tho very outsnt of our1
organization, wo undertook the rescue
of n little Chinese girl from most ter -
1 rlble personal abuse of those who had
I her In chare e. The child was placed In
Kawalr.hao Seminary at our expense,
where she has a home free from suffer
ing, nnd opportunity for useful cduca-. port
I tlou. V.'. A. IlOWILW President.
Thre are organisations elsewhere! Protective League of Honolulu
I O OOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOOO
wapiaiu d. 1 iiitiij
And His Whereabouts
News of the whereabouts of Captain
J. I Merry, commander of the local
Naval Station, was received by the last son this afternoon In n game against -nvn station and continuing on tho
steamer In letters to friends In the city the Mallc-Illma's. extension of Punchbowl street will
nnd, In all probability tne captain Is The game will serve to furnish n .ew ve n outet from the new wharves
now In San Franclsccj. facts In regard to the coming game tD ,ie miln )OIton of the city. The
Captain .Merry's lters are post between Oahu College and Kamehame-j work o construction of the new
marked "Manila, April C." It seems ha. The eolleg has nlayed two games . wharves nnd slip will be a costly one
that tho commander hail been cooped and It has been shown that they can but tho directors of the Dlshop Kstatc
up at C.uam for several weeks, awaltlnrj play pood ball. taking Into consideration tho growing
a transport to take him to Manila, pur-' Whether Knmehameha will live up neP(i. 0f Honolulu for a greater har-
packed up nnd was ready to stnrt on a
moment's notice but .10 transport ar-
rived to tako him from tho Island.
Finally, the captain took the collier line-up will be as follows:
Drutus and sailed for Manila In thnt' Kaemhamelm J. Kekuowa, e.; Lem
steamer, arriving nt the d.ite mention- on. p and enpt.: Hnmauku. lh; Har
ed. Ho states that It was his Intention bottle. 2b; Richards, .lb; Kaal, ss;
to take tho very- first boat to San Tran-J Jones, rf: N'nwahl, cf, and Nnocle. If.
Cisco. I Mullc-Hlma C. Kekuewa, c; Clark,
Captain Merry stntes further In his p; Cockett, lb; Paehaole, 2b; Wright,
letters that he was very much delighted 3b; Sheldon, es; Crook, rf ; Clark, cf,
with Guam. Tho climate surpasses that
of Hawaii, n fact which can very well
be believed by people of Honolulu who
havo experienced tho rollnr wilting
weather of the past week or so.
Walluku. May 2. Thero was rain
and thunder nt Walluku and Kula dis
tricts last Sunday but no rain to speak
of at Makawao district. It rained for
seven solid hours In Walluku and
church services wero omitted In con
sequence. OFFICB TELEPHONE 840.
1 Standtrd remedy lor Clitt, Tl
bVFJ Oonorrtiaa and Runnings fyinv 1 1
H IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid- IRUUI 1 1
V nij and BUdder Troubles, v
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Practical Undertaker and
l ' I
stiitrsttst steitisttsti ;titesteiit
that have similar objirts which or
ganizations take such names as these
"Children's Home finding Society,"
"Girl's Corrective Home," "eDtentlon
Home," "llescuc Homes," "Children's
Protective Association," "Door of
Hope," "Corrections for Girls." It
must not be understood, however, from
theie names, that ue arc conning ourij
nuiii in cnii'iren or gins, ifaincr, u
Is the rescue from "Sin and Vagrancy.
and. as before stnted. the righting of,
'ronS whenever possible,
2- 0llr methods of procedure are
b"elly as follows: Hrst, to let an In-
"stlgatlng committee vigorously lop!;
ltto thB nigrl,s of n wIl- lf thro
"PPO ' he RUtnclent cause, consults
tho '-Wl A11 Committee, nnd. If In
lii" "I'lnlon of said Legal Aid Com-
nnuee mere is Biuiiciuiii uviiilucu in
-'and t ""! a Rood cause before tho
take final responsibility of deciding
what to do.
3. Work thus" far attempted.
The League ,s In a formative period
It has nt present n regularly paid agent
to help In the execution of Its object
He has written to many Institutions of
similar nlms, asking lor Information
nn llio fiiilifrpt nt nnrrrrllnnn. nlnr.K.
mpthods. results, etc. New York State
laws have bef n secured lelatlve to pre -
entlon of cruelty to children. Illlt.s
i,,,, ,i. v Vnrlf Inu-a li.nvn if ,-n
nl,0,lll(,c,, , onr Legislature but have
not yet been acted upon. Cnss havo
,)(.ell ,nk(m un ana materlal lellef af.
The membership fee Is but one dollar
per jear at present, merely n nominal, as It now stands Is on property of tho
figure, In order to Interest many to be.Iilshop Kstnto nnd altintigh their leaso
members. This fee Is altogether too
small to carry on the expenses neces
Tho budget of anticipated needs for
the flrt yenr provided for tho use of
about I3.0U0. In thK however, w.13
an estimate for emergencies. Under
these circumstance. It becomes neces
nary to depend upon the benevolently
deposed for private and special con-
It would sem that the purposes :or
which the 1'iotectlvc League of Hono
lulu was ftnmed should find active and
substantial financial r.nd moral tup.
ivaino anu hiuim
The Kamchaacha baseball team will
make Its Initial appearance of the sea-
Tho Mallc-Ilima team also makes Its
first appearance today and will put
Quite n strong team In the field. The
and Fernandez, If.
MAUI JULY RACES
Walluku. May 2. Another meeting
of tho Maul Racing Association will be
held on Saturday evening at tho Wal-
luku court houso when tho executive
commttteo will present a program for
tho coming July races. The committee
has mado several visits to tho track at
Kahuliii and they havo expended over
200 putting It In condition, and still
they havo $200 at their command to
put the fence around tho track and
other necessary repairs.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month,
Manufacturer and dealer in all descriptions
. . .
43 and 45 Beretania St., and 701 and 703 Fort St.,
For eating1, drinking cooking-.
rciti, ntucious, srramors-
AiTtn oap t co im
Brt.kVt Con., 1 3 IV. llm.
Biknr'. Ch.rUt. (iBw..(.a.d). 13 lb. c.k.4.
Omiu SwmI Cfaocol.t I 4 lfc. nlN.
re. li ir liasino akcim.
Walter Bahor & Oam Ltd.
Dorcheiter. Mm.. U. S. A.
It looks like the beginning of tho
ind of the old order of things down
by the boat houses In the harbor. The
march of progiess and extension of
harbor Improvements, are Incroachlng
clay by day on the coiner of the har
bor near the marine railway, nnd wlth-
In a year at the most, from piescnt In'
, dloatlons, the Myrtle boat house. Dr.
. Tromfionu's old boat houao.UOW known
as the Aloha boat hoiuo and the several
, little snacks that nave slooil for years.
will bo removed to make way for
whirvcs and slips.
The directors of the MyrtV Club are
' nt present easting nbout for a location
for their clubhouse and are endeavor
ing to get a lot makal of the present
quarantine wharf. Tl elr club houso
does not evplre until lPOo. tliero Is a
icservlng clause In It. which makes the
club liable to give up their present l0'
cation, on notice of three months being
given them to vacate by tho Dlshop Ks
tnte. The estate owns most of the
frontige between th" Healanl boat
house and tho Aloha boat house, and
have made nn exchange with the gov
ernment, and Sorenron & Lylc for a
strip of the government land compriz
ing part of the marine tallwny nnd tho
lend en which the Alohn boat house
Ftands. This will give a frontngo to
the use of the estate of about four hun
dred feet with a depth of a llttlo over
Tl'tf picpnratlons on the part of the
ctate ere with a view of building two
wharves and a slip for the uso of the
Honolulu Iron Works and the different
lumber firms In town. Trom present!
plans which are not fully matured It Is
the Intention to have a slip two hun
dred fee wide and four hundred feet
deep, with wharves on either side
eighty feet wide the whole length of
rlift .Un The romnletlon of the Ala
,,,.,., or beach road, along by tho
ff9s 0r thtlr undertaklrit. Tho cstab-
('shment of Allen & Robinson and
Lewers & Cooke of lumber yards In
the vicinity of the proposed new work
shows that In the ra:e for room, por
tions of the city which five years ago
were looked upon as rot worth Im
proving, will. In a short time, become
valuable as locations for business en
terpilse. At the adjourned annual meeting of
t. Clement's chapel last evening,
plans for the work of the coming ses
sion were discussed. Unfinished busi
ness remaining over from the meeting
n month auo was disposed of. Tho
finances of the church were found to be
in a healthy condition. There will be
no rndlcal departure from tho lines
maintained In previous years In this
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
' you have a glass of Seattle," Is more
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Up cr
AND NIGHT CALL 840.
Pianos and Musical
Honolulu, H. I.
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
fitted for ,
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention pnld to
Silks, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
CO., LTD. .
Tel. Main 73. Laundry, Kawalahao St.
Up Town Office In the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
RE- I v c -
Xt 1 -TMZajr1s-cr - -
nTE, ? -SSSS.-V -
vyitlt VMUK (,OLUr VAC
THIS BRAND IS SIMPlVOWtiit
70 THE OATS BUNS POASTta
ewes A PECULIAR
.Te.l' ' U -TjC.- CT-TM.
-v. .rr.i-n - i m -c-- v.xv"
5tVHW&opSy sun t-KANCISC0,CAL.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish ft
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
((V Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
One 75 horse-power Babcock &
Wilcox water tube boiler, com
plete, with stack, smoke connec
tions, damper, etc., etc. (New.)
One Self Sustained Steel Stack,
1 33 Inches In diameter at base, 93
Indie In diameter at top, 125 leet
Also on hand a large stock of
Small Pumps fur all services.
Henry R. Worthington
and Fort Streets.
P. O. Box IOI.
ON CALL ALL NIGHT.
AUTOMOBILE CO., LTD.
Coupon Books Sold. Special Rates
made for "Automobile Parties."
NOTE Drivers are not allowed to make
any rates except thow furnished by the
company. Ask driver to see rate sheet.
In case of dispute as to fare, pay driver
amount claimed, take rebate slip and call
at office. We will gladly adjust any dif-
Office on King St., near Judiciary Bid.
LOUIS T GRANT, Manager.
- - t"p JfNAlmy 'J
J'Jf.'VVii i.'i.wm - - Tr mw
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
BINQ VP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and '
Sales Stables, : : :
,.H8 FORT STKEPT.
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hack HUnd 'f bones, 819 nnd 7T
O. H RKI.l.TNA
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast id we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
While and Black Sand For Sal?
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. Tel. 86.
. WJ-ARSEH, M'fi'r.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Ifif Dump Carts furnished by the daj
m Hour's Notice.
II. It HITCHCOCK
Queen St., opp. Union Fetd Co. TEL 203
314 FORT ST.,
HAS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OP
Pnclilc Iblund Curlou IN THE
FRESH HOME-MADE I'Ol ON TUESDAYS
xBml'' aft' wvs