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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 5, 1001
lEHHS M. BRASCH & CO. lj
A NEW LINE OF
LOCAL AND GENERAL
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED. U HOTEL ST.. NEAR NUUANU
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3.
I. O. O. F.,
KnIi every Monday evening at 7:30
to Hvmony Hall, King atreet.
L. H. DEE, N. Q.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
All vlilting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. of P.
MnIi every Wednesday evening at
1:10 o'clock, Caitle Hall, Fort street.
TUltlnfc brothers cordially Invited to
H. J. GALLAGHER, C. C.
A. E. MURPHY, K. R. S.
HONOLULU CHAPTER, NO. 1,
R. A. M.
MmU every third Thursday evening
M Muonlo Temple. All visiting com
(uloni cordially Invited.
A. F. G1LF1LLAN, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
, NO. 1, K. T.
MU In Masonic Temple on the sec
at Thursday evenlcs ot each month,
All visiting Sir Knights courteously
HENRY E. COOPER, E. C,
J. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. of F.
MmU every Friday evening at their
ffcatle Hall, 20H Fort street, at 7:30.
XMibers of Mystic Lodge No. 2 ,and
tirftlog brothers, cordially Invited.
. O. ERICSON, C. C.
A. F. GILFILLAN,
K. ot R. and S.
MUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1, A. & A. S. R.
MmU the first Thursday In each
rnith. at Masonic Temple. Sojourn-
Ui and visiting brothers cordially In
tlUd to attend all meetings.
M. W. M..ALBERT VAN CLIEF GEAR
ALLAN B. 3CRIMGEOUR, Secretary,
LODGE Le PROGRES DE
NO. 124, A. & A S. Rite.
srUtsd meetings on the last Monday
( Mch month. In Its hall, Masonic
L. deL. WARD, W. M.
. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. ft A. M.
Mated meetings, first Monday each
oath. Special meetings, when called
(will be noted In this space.)
Members Lodge Le Progres, Pacific
dg, and all sojourntng brethren
WM. H. WRIGHT, W. M.
"X. R. O. WALLACE, Secretary.
Sole Agents for
Comfortable i story Cottage
on Lunalilo street. Electric
I'kM. Good plumbing : :
FOR RENT OR SALE
THE MIST PREMISES
Extensive grounds, large
roomy house and cottage.
Partly furnished : : :
At Kalmukl, large well
built liouse.welt situated,
stable, poultry yard, etc.
Castle & Lansdale,
REAL ESTATE AND
Rooms 506 and 507 Stangenwald Building.
TELEPHONE MAIN 70.
To any part ol the city
Oahu Ice and
Tt .. mi Blue. P. O. Box 600.
Mlce will be delivered by courteous
ivr? to any pan or premises aesireu.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
THIS PAPER SLWrTsV.1'
tltlrtff Agency, 64 n4 6f, Mtrchdnti fcf ingt, San
Franc1sco,Callfornti,wbcrccintrftcls fo Ivtrtlslng
can tw Rtdt for I
THE CHOICE !
if mimmtttmanmtmt U
10 YEARS OLD
The American Gentlemen's Dilnk.
SOLE AGENTS AKb
Hoffsclilaeger Co., Ltd.
The Pioneer Wine and LlquoiHouse.
KINO ST.. NEAR BETHEL.
Drop In to the St.Qermatn.
Derrey A Fullerton,' Tel. Main 185.
Main 136 is the City Wood and Coal
Yard. Try them. v f
iThe America' Maru brought 177 sack
ot mall torillonolulu. ,
Dr. O. E. Wall left for Lahalna In
the Manna Loa yesterday.
Rev. H. Isesberg returned to Knual
In the Mtkahala yesterday.
Takl a ride on the electric can up
Pacific Heights. Fare 6 cents.
Mystic Lodge No. 2, Kr of P. meets
tonight In Castle Hall, Fort street
Camara ft Co., wine and liquor mer
chants. Tel, Main 140, AlakeajrtreeL
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1 50 per week up.
Not steam but highly esteemed Rain
ier Beer on tap or in bottles. Pantheon
The Hawaiian Evangelical Assocla.
tlon annual meeting opens In Hllo to
The band will give a concert In
Thomas Square at the usual tlmo this
Demosthenes Lycurgin the popuUr
caterer, returned to Hlto yesterday In
Robert Shingle cxppp's his mother,
Mrs. J. K. Shingle, to uirlvo In the
Senator Baldwin has gone to Maul
for a fen days to attend to come busi
Miss Florence Yarrow left in tho
Klnau for Hllo yesterday, to be gone
about two weeks.
The weekly edition .of the Evening
Bulletin gtves a complete summary of
the news of the dar.
Deputy United States Marshal Hen
dry was a passenger In the Mlkahala
for Kauai yesterday.
V. H. Poulscn, PAINTING AND PA
PERHANaiNO. King, cpp. Kawalahao
Church. Tel. White 3112.
II. N. Castle, who has been attending
Harvard I'nherslty for the past jcar,
I? expected In the Mariposa.
Choice Claret 50 cents, Port, Madeira,
Zinfandcl, 75 cents a gallon at Hoff
schlaeger Co.'s, King near Bethel.
C. W. Spitz of Nawlllwlll, Kauai, who
was In town on buslnwa, returned to
his home In the Mlkjhalu yesterday.
The Elks have decided to lease the
K. ot P. hall for a year during which
tlmo they Intend to erect their own
Miss Emily Ualstead who left for tho
Coast In the Ventura, Intends being
away for quite a long time In Colorado
whither she Is going on account of her
Count J. von Waldthatisen, formerly
German Consul General to India, ar
rived from Pago Pogo In the Ventura
yesterday to spend a short time In tho
Charles D. Ramsay, the manager of
the Elite ice cream parlors, will return
to Honolulu In the Mariposa from the
Coast where he has becu speudlng Ills
On Saturday night last, a big mas
querade ball was given In the Llhiio.
Kauai, courthouse. The prnci'eils will
go toward building a hull for the Llliue
Some of the Representatives are get
ting tired the way tho present extra
session Is being strung out and have
signified their intention of returning to
their homes In the country.
The following officers of Excelsior
Lodge, No. 1. I. O. O. F... were elected
last night: O. J. Bolsse, N. G.; A. F.
Clark, V. G.; L. L. La Pierre, secre
tary; W. C. Parke, treasurer.
Take a ride on in Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy the un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its test from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
The Hcalanl minstrels arc rehears
ing every evening. Tonight tho man
dolin club will be present, and the en
tire program will bo gonq through with.
The advance sale of seats his been very
The Hammer plate Is the only photo
graphic dry plate that will keep In
definitely In a warm climate.. It does
not frill or spot and Is quicker than
lightning. The HONOLULU PHOTO
SUPPLY CO.. sole agents.
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
the Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 35. They deliver aud
call for rigs free of charge.
Camarlnos receives for nls refrigera
tors all the California fruits of the sea
son by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
PPles, grapes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
Tho ladles of tho Guild' of the Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral will be "nt homo" on Thursday
evening. Juno Cth, In the Sunday school
room of St. Andrew's Cathedral at S
o'clock. All membeis of tho Second
Congregation and thow Interested will
bo welcomo. ,
Tho meeting of tho stncUho'd.'is of
(he Honolulu .Market Cn yesterday af.
teinoon adjoin ned again without trans
nctlng any business. A prominent !li
cers of tho rompiny stated tint tho
matter of consolidating with the Metro
politan Meat Company was not being
considered nt the present tlmo.
Tho Udles' Reading Club of r.wn
plantation tendered n farewell rccep
tlon Saturday evening to Mrs. Georgo
F. Ronton, wlfo of tho manager, who la
to leave for an extended trip to tho
States In tho near future. The occa
stem was most enjoyable, Resides tho
ladles from Kwo, thio wcio qtilto a
number of guests from the city.
Washington. May 27.- In the case
of Goetze vs. the United States and
Crossnian 'versus the United States,
brought here from the Circuit Court for
the Southern District' of New York to
test, In the Goetze case, the validity of
the levy of duty on Importation ot to
bacco from Porto Rico Into the United
States after the ratification ot the
treaty and before the passage of the
Porto Rlcan act, and, In tho Crossman
case, duty on liquors imported Into Ha
waii after annexation but before the
taking effect of the act providing a
Government for Hawaii, tho court re
versed the judgments below, for the
reasons cited In the Do Lima esse.
holding the levy of duties was uncon
Is Finally Decided
Washington, May 29. Tho Depart
ment of State has been reliably Inform-
fd that tho Chinese Government has
Issued a decree agreeing to pay nn In
demnlty of 450,000.000 tuels, equivalent
to about $337,000,000 nt tho present rto
of exchange. It Is known now that the
whole subject of Indemnity will be
closed up before the end of the present
month. If that Is not done and evacu
ation Is not under way on a large scale,
then the Chinese Government must bo
assessed $1,000,000 each day oftcr June
1 next to compensate the powers for
the maintenance of their military
forces In China. Under this whip tho
Chinese Government has been forced
to yield. It Is not known that the pow
ers have agreed on the form and extent
ot guarantee, but now tnat the amount
of Indemnity Is fixed, not much diffi
culty Is expected on this score.
Tho United States Government has
not taken part In tho selection of a
military commandant to succeed Field
Marshal Count von Wuldorscc In the
supreme command at Peking. Having
dispensed with our military force In
China, the United States Is not con
cerned In the personality of the mili
tary chief. Our legation guard will not
owo alleglane or obedience to any for
eign commander, but will be onswer
ablo solely to the United States Minis
ter or charge. In the event of common
peril, tho several legation guards may
unite for the common defense, In which
case they may select their own leader,
as they did during the defense of tho le
gatloners last year.
Lead All Others
Washington Mercantile Co.
314 FORT 8T.,
HAS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OP
Pacific Island Curios IN THE
FRESH HOME-MADE POI ON TUESDAYS
HAWAII NAN BUNKOED
Sln Francisco, May 29. After a
month's rest, the bunko men ot the city
hae begun to operate again with much
of their old-time daring. Monday aft
ernoon a quartet of skillful workers
succeeded In fleecing Adam Guntber, a
recent arrival from the Hawaiian Isl
ands, out of -$4,800, and up to the pres
ent time none of the swindlers Is In
jail. The game was played with much
more care than usual, and, as the pro
ceeds were large, the police fear that
the swindlers have left town.
Gunther, who has been staying at the
Golden West Hotel, seems to have been
staked 6ut by the fleecers from the first
day he arrived. Saturday afternoon ho
formed the acquaintance of il man on
Market street who answers the descrip
tion of Robert Jackson, alias "Sheeney
Kid." They went to a room at 21
Grant avenue, where a game ot poker
was In progress. Ounther joined In the
game, but did not lose much. Monday,
After drawing $5,000 from the Anglo-
Callfornlan Bank, ho a$aln visited the
rooms. This time ho did not play, but
loaned all his money to the "Sheeney
Kid," who promptly lost It to his con
federates. Before leaving the room ho
was given $200 In cash and a bogus
check on a Hawaiian bank for $2,000.
The police believe that the other men
were M. H. Hastings, known as tho
"Painter Kid," Billy McDonald and
John Foster. All three will bo arrested
and charged with grand larceny If they
ran be found.
CHA8. D. WALKER,
DMlgntr tai DullJir of Hlh-Gnd
Yachts, Boats and Launches!
P. QR01H Ttltfhot. Blot jiii
AN AMERICAN VICTORY.
Peking, May 27. It seems probable
that Great Britain's proposition to limit
the Indemnity to be demanded to 450,
000,000 taels will be agreed to by tho
end of tho week. United States Special
Commissioner Rockhlll considers this
may bo considered nn American vic
tory. Though his proposition limiting
Indemnity to 320,000,000 taels was not
accepted, still It was the coubo of the
other powers considering tho decrease.
Tho only point likely to cause fur
ther delay In n decision by all the pow
ers exeopt America Is that regarding
the raising of the foreign customs 5 per
cent. Mr. Uockhlll told tho Ministers
at n recent meeting that, rather than
take this step, America would relin
quish nil claims to Indemnity nnd oven
mako a money present to China, as
American commercial interests would
suffer far moro thereby than those of
nny other power, with possibly one ex
BOER RELIC EXPLODED,
Pretoria. May 28. Whllo tho Boer
General, Schocman, his family and
some friends were examining a 4.7-Inch
lyddite shell, which they kept In tho
boubo as a curiosity, tho missile ex
ploded, killing tho General on tho spot,
piortally wounded his daughter and se
verely Injured his wlfo and two other
General Schoeman was a great Kru
egeilte. Ho led tho commando of Coles
berg, nnd surrendered on tho occupa
tion of Pretoria. He was afterward
captured, but was released when tho
British occupied Barbortoii. Ho thon
went on n peaeo mission, was retaken
by the British, nnd was again released
when tho British occupied Pletersburg.
Slncq that time General Schocman had
icslded In Pretoila.
A Few Beantifil Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
Wailtiki and the Ocean.
With good access : : : :
on Best Terms
Good Building Lots in
near the Brickyard,
of varied sizes. : : : :
on easy installments.
A modern cottage within ten
minutes walk of Post Office.
J. H. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
the Hair from
It is also an Elegant
Hollister Drug Co.
V" GimTCieere lA
' For Hirrtv tftroatesJix
T. B, MURRAY
Kukul Street, bet. Nuuanu &
The Pasteur ....
Germ Proof Filter
Is the only Filter on the market that frees the water from all im
purities and eradicates the Germs. The PASTEUR is one of the
greatest foes to ill health ever invented.
Every Store, Office, Hotel, Restsurant anj Home should have one without delay
A. R. HANCOCK & Co.
31H FORT ST.
THE BEST FOR
MOUTH AND JEETM
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Bind Your Own Photos.
Fjr thise who wish to bind
their own photos KING BROS
are prepared to furnish all the
necessary materials in binding
paper and mat board in any
The binding paper is already
gummed ready for use, which
greatly simplifies the process
T7 "SKT. "WIEBXGKEI'I?
Painting, Blacksmitlring, Trimming.
- Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
OAHU Carriage Mfg Company, Ltd.
Between Beretanla and Pauahl Sts. , - RIVER STREET
Repair Work a Specialty. Fiie Carriages,
All orders promptly attended to. WagOHS 8ld TrUCkS.
Only competent help employed.
THE AUTHORITIES ON MODERN SCIENCE HAVE PROCLAIMED
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON JILOCK, MERCIIAAT
TEL. NO. MAIN 54. P. O. BOX So5.
Contractors and Builders.
General Business Agency
Concrete and Bxcavattng
of all kinds, t t t t t i
OffiCf Room xn Stangenwald Block. T. HAYASHI. MANAGER.
P. O. BOX MJ. TIL. ll
'VI7,I3a"Ca- X71TO CHAIN
THE OLDEST CHu V5E FIRM, IN HONOLULU.
Doliri Id Flo. Silk u4 Gkii Lln.ni. CdImm ni Jipu.it Ooota ol All Klitt
to-tit Nnuinu .itmI.
ATTRACTIONS OFFERED TO HOME SEEKERS.
Low Prices, Good Terras.
Prices of lots ranee from I400 to J750
each, according to sht and location. On
fourth cash only Is asked. Balance la
Installments al terms to suit purchasers.
They are located on high ground at an
:lvatlon of from 200 to 500 feet, affording
unsurpassed scenic and marine views.
Electric Railway and Lighting.
The Electric Railway makes access most
easy, and power for lights, may be had at
most reasonable rates.
Water will be supplied at the rate of
$15 per year for each lot, from our Pacific
Heights Water System. This Is less
than city rates.
Special Inducement to Builders.
To all who will begin the erection of
houses within 60 days, we will make
special Inducements In the matter of trans
portation of building material over our
Healthful and Cool.
The air Is always cool and bracing. Wt
can recommend this property a being
especially desirable and attractive to per
sons seeking a choice location for a homt
at d moderate cost.
BRUCE VARIINQ & CO., Progress Block, Port Street.
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