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aVENINCJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. If. T., TUESDAY, JAN. 7, 1902.
FOURTEEN NEW HOMES, prop
erty Of W. M. CAMPBELL.
1'rlccs cut to cost or below. Terms
easy. Location, Wilder Ave, Her
ctnnin, King, Klnan, i'tlkot, Luna
lilo Sts, Matlock Ave, Manoa, Ktc.
RESIDENCE of CHAS. WINTER,
Just below Beretania on Artesian.
Tine new two-bedroom house,
built by hlto labor; lot 721x7S
feet. Just off proposed extension
of Rapid Transit line.
SUPERB BUILDING LOTS in I'll
nahou, Anapunl St., Manoa nnd
two, three and
Henry Waterhouse & Co.
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 313.
Magalnes Wind by tho BVENlNv
Washington Light Co.
Hawaiian Stated Meeting.
Le Progres First Degree.
Hawaiian Degree Work.
Perfection Twelfth Degree.
All visiting members of the or
der are cordially Invited to attend
meetings of local lodges..
MARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, 1. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In Harmony Hall, King street.
C. CHA11LOCK. N. Q.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MY8TIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street.
.Vlilung brothers cordially Invited 'o
II. J. GALLAGHER, C. C.
A. E. MUltfHY, K. It. S.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. ot P.
Meets every Friday evening at liar
nony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem'
oers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
Ins brothers cordially Invited.
G. ERICSON, O. C.
K. of R. and S.
The skill of Miss Haiklns as an up
to-date photographer leaves nothing
to be desired by those who want the
Her studio is with KING BROS., 120
HOTEL ST., where samples of her
style of portraiture are on view.
Annis Montague Turner
"flllGNON," 1024 Beretania St.
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel
opp. Adventlst Church.
A. N. SAN FORD,
Boston Building. Fort Street.
Is Loaded Up With
For New Year's.
Scotch Shortbread; Cakes, all sizes,
prices and styles; Pies, Just llko your
mother used to make; Cookies, Maca
roons: Lady Fingers: Cream Puff:
and all tho dainty styles sultablo lor
Tons of Pure Candy, from cheap
crado for children, up tj better erades.
For 50c we can furnish you a box of
Delicious Candles worth a dollar else'
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
The cheapest and best light for the
store, and tho one that gives tho
greatest satisfaction, Is the
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMP
Actual Cost of Running 500-Can-dlepower
Lamp, One-Half Cent per
Figure this in comparison with
your electric light bill and also take
Into consideration the facts that tho
Transcendent, when lit, stays lit.
The user is independent of the
breaking of dynamos and other an
noyances so frequent In this city.
Consider that the Transcendent Is
soft, steady and brilliant no flut
tering. Vaporized Kerosene only Is used.
Not Gasoline. Ausolutely safe.
In use now and recommended by
U. F. Ehlers & Co.. Whitney &
Marsh, Jordan s, Mclncrny's Shoo
Store and numerous others.
FOR SALE !
Six largo lots on the corner ot Wil
der avenue and Alexander street.
Electric cars pass the door.
Opposite tho Oahu College grounds.
Prices ranging from $800 to $2000.
Terms one-fourth cash and three-
fourths on mortgage, or In monthly
TO RENT Ten-room house, with
large grounds, on Pauoa road; $30.
, Applpy to
Castle & Lansdale
Real Estate and Investments.
506-507 STANGENWALD BLDG.
NEW YEAR !
A toast which everyone should
drink with bottoms up,
The following will enable
you to do It In the proper
2 Champagne, pts.
3 Rhinewine, qts.
3 French Claret, qts.
1 Sherry, qt.
2 Vermouth, pts,
I Port, qt,
ail for $10,00
Your New Year's dinner
will he n grand hucccbk It
you order the above.
THE PIONEER WINE AND
25 King St near Bethel
505, Corner of Beretania Ave. and Punch
All Work Done By Hand,
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove Cleaning a
ABADIE O CO.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the Statec.
Q. II, Derrey's office, 8 Campbell bid.
PEERLESS PRESERVING" PAINT
will last longer than any other.
Manager George Renton of Ewa plan
tation Is In the city for a shoit stay.
Gomes & McTlghc, successors to Ca
mara & Co., liquor dealers. 95 King St.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., meets
tonight in Harmony Hall, King street.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St.. $1.50 per week up.
Auction sale of tailor goods Friday,
10 o'clock at Jas. F. Morgan's auction
Dlank books of alt sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho Dullctln Publish
A son was born to the wife of Firs
Chief Charles It. Thurston at 11 o'clock
Pacific Rebckah Lodge, I. O. O. F
will have an Installation of officers to
Meet me at the Fountain tho popu
lar Ice cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Calendar made up of Island views
for sale at Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Sec them In the window.
An Installation of officers will bo
held this evening In Harmony Hall by
Excelsior Lodge. I. O. O. F.
Lee Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
from $3.50 to $5.00 per hundred.
Capt. T. B. Murray, of the National
Guard, who has been seriously III for
several weeks, Is rapidly Improving.
Yesterday the athletic classes of the
Y. M. C. A. started work again In the
gymnasium after a vacation of two
Services were held In Ccntr.ri t.'nlon
nnd the Methodist churches last even
ing, the Initial services of the present
The leak In the Ilenjamln Sewall has
not yet been found by the divers. It
Is hoped that It can be located without
the vessel discharging.
The Amateur Orchestra meets for re
hearsal at the usual time nnd place
this evening. Every member Is urgent
ly requested to be present.
There will be a meeting of the Hawa
iian Orphanage and Industrial School
Association at the Kona Coffee store
Thursday morning at 10 a. m.
The address at the meeting at Cen
tral Union church this evening will be
made by MIm Florence It. Yarrow.
Her subject will bo "Personal Conse
cration." Captain John Dower of the Wilder
steamer Knlulant took the slenmer Le
hua out last night In place of her regu
lar captain, Naopala, who Is having a
The teachers of the city who arc In-
tcrested In nature study will hold n
meeting In the High School this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. All persons Inter
tsted arc Invited to be present.
Don't forget (.'amnrlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you wjnt
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
The January meeting of the Wo
man's Hoard of Missions will be held
In the lecture room of Central Union
church this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
A special contribution will be made for
the work of Pundltn Rnmabal.
Of life's pleasures, picture-taking Is
one of the brightest, 'ine opportuni
ties offered by tho possession of an
Eastman Kodak add to health, educa
tion and enjoyment. Tho Honolulu
Photo-Supply Company arc selling
them nt a discount of 20 per cent from
Copies of Side Lights tor Jnnnnry
have arrived from llllo. The number
contains an Interesting nrtlcle on h
"Possibility of Diversified Agriculture
In Hawaii," by A. L. Loulsson; "Ha
waiian Lands, Their Valuation and
Adaptabilities," by I. E. Ray, and other
Interesting reading matter.
Chas. A. Sweetser and Miss Grace
A. Farmer wre married at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. S. De Freest on Matlock
avenue last evening. Rev. G. L. Pear
son of the Methodist church, officiating.
Only the Immediate relatives of the
bride and groom were present. A
sumptuous wedding supper was served
nt the conclusion of the ceremony. Tho
young couple will go to Kauai in the
Mikahala today. Mr. Sweetser Is civil
engineer on the plantation at that
DbSERTUD III I r 811 8IIIP.
One of the sailors of the Ilrltlsh ship
Lord Shaftesbury jumped overboard
as tho vessel was rounding lha light
house yesterday morning and was pick
ed up by a tmall boy In a boat and
taken ashore. The sailor was one ot
the men who deserted the ship several
days ago and was only returned aboard
yestcrdny morning Just before the ves
To the lad who picked him up ho
stated that he did not want to remain
longer with th evessel as he was paid
but $10 a month and badly fed. As
he clambered Into the small boat ho
waved farewell to Captain Hendrlck
sen who was standing on the poop
deck and passed the compliments ot
1 lie day with him, wishing him and tho
rest of the crew a pleasant voyage and
prosperous new year, In language fami
liar to the forecastle.
KILOIIANA ART LUAGUIi.
Thft lliernrv i-nninptltlnn Innntnimfof!
by the Kllohana Art League Is now
closed. Thirteen manuscripts were re-
celved. There will be a meeting of tho
Judges at the Art League rooms this
afternoon at 1 o'clock. The Judges of
the competition are as follows: Mrs.
Henry Castle, Miss Rurhank, Prof. M.
M. Scott, Walter G. Smith, Dr. N.
Emerson, Walter F. Dillingham and
tho committee of the literary circle,
which Is composed of Mrs. Selma S.
Kinney, chairman; Mrs. Mary Dilling
ham Frear, Mrs. Ellrabeth Van CIev
The officers of Harmony Lodge, No.
3. I. O. O. F.. were Installed Inst even
ing by J. D. McVeigh, District Deputy
Grand Sire, as follows: Noble Grand,
II. McKechnle; Vice Grand. E. L, Cut
ting; Secretary, E. R. Hendry. P. O.;
Treasurer, .1. A. Magoon, P ,0. Tho
other officers In attendance Were:
Warden. A. Arendt; conductor W J.
Itlckey; 1. S. N. G., C. J. Flshel. L. S.
N. O.. E. Iluffandcau; P. S. V O.. Jas,
Ulckncll; L. S. V. G., L. A. llartlett;
R. S. S.. Geo. E. .Morgan; L. S. S., W. F.
Story; Inside Guard, C. V. Derrick,
chaplain, C. T. Rodgers; Junior Past
Grand, C. Charlock.
The following trustees nnd commit
tees have been appointed for the en
Trustees W. G. Ashley. C. T. Rod
gers, J. C. I.orcntzen,
Finance Committee A. Arendt, W.
J. Hlckcy, Geo. E. Morgnn.
Correspondence Committee E. R,
Hendry. C. T. Rodgers, C. J. Flshel.
Hall and Library Committee E. L,
Cutting, C. T. Rodgers, C. Charlock.
After tho Installation came a social,
participated In by the Rohekah
lodges. The program was as follows;
Address ....J. D. .McVeigh, D. D. G. S.
Selection Kaal's Mandolin Club
Song James Dougherty
Recitation The liallad of Rollln
Clair Sister Lawrence
Selection Kaal's Mandolin Club
Song Sister Goldlc Gurney
Recitation Sister McKechnlo
PUNERALOP MR8. I'RATT.
The funeral of th elate Mrs. J. S. II.
Pratt, wife of the executive fcfflccr of
the Uoard of Health, took place from
the late home, at the corner of Nuuanu
nnd Judd streets yesterday afternoon.
I The services were very simple, accord
ing to the request of the family of tho
deceased. "Light after Darkness" was
sung by n double quartet and then Rev.
Wm. Morris Klncnld read selections
from the Scriptures, finishing with a
The funeral procession to the Nuu
nnu cemetery was an exceedingly largo
one. At the grave "Jesus, Lover of
My Soul" was sung by the double quar
tet after which came tho committment
services by Rev. W. M. Klncald. The
services closed with the singing of
"Shall We Gather at the River."
The pall bearers were as follows:
Dr. C. 11. Wood. Dr. C. L. Garvin, Sam
uel G. Wilder, Albert Judd and F. M.
.MURPHY CLUU DOIfGS.
I At a business meeting of the Murphy
I Club Inst evening, the following officers
wcjro elected under tho new constitu
tion nnd by-laws: President, Moses K.
Nakulna; first vice president, Gcorgo
Iiools; second vice president, F. O.
I Noyes; secretary, F. II. G. Seymour;
, assistant secretary, J. Frank May;
treasurer, H. H. Ham; directors, I.
W. Ryder, Frank Darling, E. J. Wil
son, C. J. Austin, C. W. Rcnear.
It was decided that the Saturday
meetings In the future shall be de-
to the entertainment
and amusement of tho visitors. Sacred
concerts will be held every Sunday
evening nnd temperance agitation
meetings on Tuesday evenings. A vote
of thanks was tendered the anonymous
donor of $100 with which the club has
been enabled to carry on Its work and
pay outstanding expenses.
ACCIDENT ON WliLCIf.
Second mate Cleary of the bark An
drew Welch met with a painful acci
dent yesterday morning while putting
out cargo. He was standing on the
vessel's deck when a sting of hay
bales was being hoisted out of th.
hatch. On Its way up when quite a dis
tance above the ship one of the bales
slipped and fell striking Cleary on the
head breaking his nose and badly
lacerating his forehead nnd head. One
of his eyes was nearly gouged out.
Captain D,cw had the Injured man
promptly removed to the Queen's Hos
pital where his Injuries were attended
to. It will be several weeks before
Cleary Is able to be about on the ship
again. The physician who treated tho
man says It Is a great wonder that ho
was not killed or that his right eye was
not put out as the skin on the right
side of tho face about the eye was
pulled off for several Inches.
RODItlGUHS 18 FRIGHTENED.
Manuel Rodrlgues, driver of the Pain
tramcar that was robbed of Its cash
box at the Walklkl terminus Saturday
night, visited Camp McKlnley In the
hopes pt Identifying the three persons
who did the Job. The driver says he Is
sure that the box was takpn by the
soldiers as they wcro the only one on
tne car at the time of the disappear
ance of the money container. How
ever, the driver was unable to Identify
his men and so the matter has gono
over for the time being.
In the meantime, the soldiers at tho
camp are very angry at Rodrlgues on
account of his nctlon and there was
some talk last evening of an attempt
to mob him. He had the last car out to
the Walklkl terminus last night and he
v. as very much frightened over tb
possibility of a good drubblm;
ninngrce Wl h Chntfce.
New York, Dec, 20. A special to tho
Sun from Washington says: Reports
from Manila that General Chaffee and
the Philippine Commission are not In
harmony as to tho government of the
Philippine Commission are not In har
mony as to the government of the
Philippines are fully confirmed by prl
ato advices received by Army officers
In Washington. It has been known
1 hcro for several months that Chaffee
doeu not arce w"h the ideas of the
Commission that cMl government can
be established without
anco from tho army.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. ti. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1
The newest brew of the old b'rewcry
a social delight. Bottled t the Brtwcry,
FRED MILIEU BREWING CO., Mllmiukee, Wis.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY'S
NEW YEAR'S ,
Good suggestions ore always
tn order about 'Xmiis and
New Year's time, and we are
sure the following will In
FOR LADIES !
We have something very
acceptable tn an excellent
Manicure Sets, Pocket Books
Leather Novelties and High
FOR GENTLEMEN I
In our Judgement you could
not please a mnn better than
to give htm a set ot our solid
ebony back -
MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES
which wc liuvc In splendid
variety. It you think he has
these we have others about
equally as good consisting ot
Shaving Sets, Traveling
Sets, Cigar Cases, Pocket
Books, Etc., Etc.
We will be pleased to show
London's Misleading Street Names.
In connection with the London
County Council's colossal list of streets
end places within Its Jurisdiction, just
Ifsued, It Is worth nothing that things
are not always what they seem In Lon
don street names. You may easily bo
too facile In tracing etymologies. Peer
less street, off the city road, Is named
after Peerless Pool, which, however,
U a corruption of Perilous Pool. Got
den square was originally Gelding
square, and the name was changed at
the wish of the Inhabitants. Fetter
lane has nothing to do with tetters,
but only with fewtors (Idle fellows),
who once loafed In the neighborhood.
Gutter lane, in the city. Is really Guth
eron's lane. Duck's-foot lane, near
Cannon street, should be Duke's Foot
lane, being so named after the Dukes
of Suffolk, who lived here at the Manor
of the Rose. Cannon street has noth
ing to do with guns, but everything to
do with candles, which were made In
It when It passed as Candelwick street.
Kensington, for Instance, has only
lately been proved to have no connec
tion whatever with Kynlng's or King's
Town, but to be a corruption of Ken
sing's Town, the tribe of tho Ken
slngas having owned It In Saxon times.
Knight's Urldgo again, owes its name
to no romantic knight's tale, but la
the fact that tlieio was once a brldgo
over the Westbourne, In the manor of
Neyte. Kentish Town, far from estab
lishing a connection with Kent, Is
merely a reminiscence of the River
Ken, which once llowed through it,
and gave It the name of Ken Ditch
Town. Even Charing Cross, we aro re
luctantly forced to admit, has nothing
to do with the soapy occupation that
is followed by middle-aged ladles for
fourpenco an hour and their meals.
Why England Lags.
At present It Is the fashion to blamo
the English worklngman, his unions,
the growth of j municipal Idea In
fact, anything but tne main reason,
which Is the woelul ignorance or su
plnencss of those who aro supposed
to lead In tho English electrical pro.
Icsslon. The American firms got Into
the English market in tho nrst In
stance by supplying alternating cur
rent machinery which could bo dc
ptnded on to work continuously with
out breakdown. When traction work
en me along, what waB easier than
tnat some established English firm
should take an American traction mo
tor and build somo llko It? One or
two did essay tho tOBk, but they
made such an awful mess of It that
It. was not until an American firm was
established In tho country that re
liable home-made car motors could bo
bought. Electrical World.
O INSURE good health
And Increase your wealth
The whole of this new year,
The proper way
Is to start today
With the use of Prlmo Beer.
SPEAK FOR TllEflSELVES.
To the advertiser this should prove
of special Interest. It Is a comparison
between tho advertisements that ap
pear In our paper and those In others.
This nd. was set up In our ad. de
partment, and, as you may see, by
glancing over this sheet, Is but an ordi
nary specimen of our regular work.
There Is not another newspaper In
Honolulu that gives 1.10 attention to
tho proper display of advertisements
that we do; thcrcforo we mako Bulle
tin ads. paying ads.
WE HAVE FAITH IN
Notlct the street cars; do tho morning papers go to
or from the homes? Notice again tonight and try to
count tho number of Bulletins going to the homes. It Is
the ..omo that the merchant wants to reach.
EVENING BULLETIN AD. DEPT.
SHREVE & CO.,
To facllltato trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish "satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market tt Post 6ts 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Sllvcrwaro west of Now York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
C. J. DAY fr CO.
122 King St., next
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGr-NWALD BUILDING.
. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7c
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and II
jorts made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superln
ended, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rall
'oads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Found
Inns, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Roports mi
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc, O. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
When You Want a Rig
ring up tub
LIVERY BOARDING and
618 FORT 8TREET
Stable '1'hone, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72
C. H. DELLINA.
Draye tor Frelj&ht
Our representative meets all Incom.
Ing steamers from the Coast, and wj
check baggage on all outgoing steam
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin. Zll
King street. Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN. lirr
COTTON BROS. & CO
engineers and : : :
PUni tnl titlnitet lurnliti.i for all cluui
ROOM 100. BOSTON RLOCK, - HONOLVU'
combines with absolute purity the
rnrc good flavor ol the pure hops.
Order a case from the Urewcry.
ODR OWN ADVERTISING
to Bulletin Office.
Bcut Insurance In tho World
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD.
Tel. 287 Main. 176 King Street.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CHAS. DAVID, Manager
Now Open for Uutttnctui,
PlncHt of Accommodation.
IMnest ot Bathing. 1 1 t
Be Sure to Get Oft (it t I
list Waialua Station
RATES $2.50 per day 1
Special Rates by Week or
Month. 1 t 1 1 t : 1
For further Information address :
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General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVE.V1NO BULLETIN