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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1902.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
FOURTEEN NEW HOMES, prop
erty of W. M. CAMPBELL.
1'rlccs cut to cost or below. Terms
easy. Location, Wilder Ave.. Bcr
etanln, King, Klnau, Pllkot, Luna
lllo Sts., Matlock Ave., Manoa, Etc.
RESIDENCE of CHA8. WINTER,
just below Beretanla on Artesian.
Fine new two-bedroom house,
built by whlto labor; lot 72 x 75
feet. Just off proposed extension
of Hapld Transit line.
SUPERB BUILDING LOTS In I'll-
nahou, Anapuni bt., Manoa and
two, three and
Henry Waterhouse & Co.
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 313.
Magadnes "ound by tho EVENINi
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.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7; SO
In Harmony Hall, King street.
C. CHARLOCK. N. Q.
E. H. HENDRY, secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MY8TIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock In Harmony Hall, King street.
,Vlslung brothers cordially Invited to
II. J. OALLAQI'.ER. C. C.
A. E. MUlU'HY, K. R. S.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. ot P.
Meets every Friday evening at liar
nony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
Mrs ot Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
ing brothers cordially Invited,
O. ERICSON, C. O.
K. of R. and S.
The skill of Miss Hasklns 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
"JVHCNON," 1024 Beretanla 6t.
Madame A. Sclioellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8t,
opp. Adventlst Church.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Dulldlng. Fort Street.
Is Loaded Up With
For New Year's.
Scotch Shortbread: Cakes, all sizes,
prices and styles; 1'les, Just liko your
mother used to make; Cookies, Maca
roons; Lady Fingers; Cream Tuffs;
and all tho dainty styles sultablo lor
Tons of Pure Candy, from cheap
grado for children, up t j better grades.
For GOc wo can furnish you a box of
Delicious Candles worth a dollar else
where A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Tho cheapest and best light for tho
store, and the one that gives tho
greatest satisfaction, Is tho
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMP
Actual Cost of Running 600-Can-dlepower
Lamp, One-Half Cent per
Figure this In comparison with
your electric light bill and also tako
into consideration the facts that the
Transcendent, when lit, stays lit.
Tho user Is Independent of the
breaking of dynamos and other an
noyances so frequent in this city.
Consider that (ho Transcendent is
soft, steady and brilliant no flut
tering. Vaporized Kerosene only is used.
Not Gasoline. Absolutely safe.
In use now and recommended by
n. F. Ehlere & Co., Whitney &
Marsh, Jordan s, Mclncrny's Shoo
Store and numerous others.
-llulldlng lots of all sizes sit--uated
on the Rapid Transit
-Two six-room houses, with
-baths, etc.,$20 and $30 a mo.
Castle & Lansdale
Real Estate and Investments.
506-507 8TANGENWALD BLDG.
If You're a Judge
of good liquors, we are willing
to accept your opinion of our famous
8-year-old Bourbon Whisky.
If you are not a judge, you may rely
upon our guarantee of Its purity and
age, and upon the testimony of people
who have used it.
We'd like to send you a small sam
ple order; a larger one will follow.
$3.50 A, GALLON.
HOFFSCHLAEGER CO., Limited
THE PIONHER WINB AND
25 King St., near Bethel
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Ih
of the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Tuke elevator In Boston Block.
505, Corner of Beretanla Ave. and Punch-
All Work Done By Hand,
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove Cleaning a
AI5ADIE O CO.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you are undecided, we
will help you. That Is in our line and
the PRICE IS RIOHT, at the EVEN
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Pottage on the Bulletin', special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the 8tatec.
Q. II. Berrcy's orrtcc, 8 Campbell bid.
Cleveland bicycles at $35. E, 0.
Hall & Son.
rKKIU.ESS PRESERVING PAINT
will posltUely prevent moisture.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., J1.C0 per week up.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Miss Yarrow's music class will begin
work In the Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock
Auction sale of household furnitur
tomorrow morning nt Jas, F. Mor
gan's auction rooms.
All Judges of good liquor will pleao
call on Hoffselilnegcr Co. and gli
them a sample order.
Miet mo at tho Fountain tho popu
lar lee cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Drown of tli's
city, arc taking a week of rest and
pleasure at the Walalua hotel.
Lee Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
from $3.50 to (5.00 per hundred,
The many friends of Mrs. E. K. lien
ner will be glad to know that that
lady Is recovering rapidly from her re
cent dangerous lllncu
President Arthur Maxson Smith rf
Oahu College, spoke on "Prnyors for
tho Church" at tho prayer meeting In
Central Union church last night.
Manager Meer of Wnlanae planta
tion testified In the condemnation suit,
giving a valuation to tho Honolulu
Plantation Co. 'a Interest Imohed of
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Planting Is now In progress along the
line of the Oahu railway on the many
rlco plantations there situated. The
lust crop Is reported to have been both
good and also heavy In tonnage.
The association football game be
tween the clerks of tho Judiciary and
Capitol buildings will tako place ou'came to hs caix Honolulu, Island
Saturday as scheduled. Doth teams ,of 0ahu, Territory of Hawaii, en the
are practicing dally for the oent. stn dny of January. 1902. from inju-
The manager of tho Knhuku plantn- rles received due to an accident vhllc
tlon Is using two of the steam plows in employed In tearing down .in old build
turning oter tho dirt on the main ion J Ing, the property of T. II. D.ivtcs & Co.,
at that place. The results, as shown,
ore very beneficial to travel thereon.
Of life's pleasures, plcturc-tniung Is
ono of tho brightest, mo opportuni
ties offered by tho possession of nn
Eastman Kodak add to ncalth, educa
tion anu enjoyment, mo iionnniiti , ...
rnoio-auppiy iumpauy uru selling
them nt a discount of 20 per cent from
On account of the prayer services be-
lug held In the vailous churches this
week, the regular business meetlnz
and social of the Young People's Su
clety of the Christian church, an
nounced for this evening, will be post
poned until the evening of the ICtli.
A test of the smooth running quality
of tho cars on the Oahu railroad was
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" ar..J... ."'.' 'X:. ..J:, rlvico president, C. K. qulnn; s'cond
of a car. The water came, uiisplllcilj
to Pearl City. Few Milnlond roads'
can do as well.
Goat hunters would !iae been much
Interested In the sight obtained fiom
an Oahu passenger car yesterday af
ternoon, when passing Mnkaha, by the
appearance and rapid disappearance
ot quite a number of goats and kids
which were perceptible, shewing tho
location of good hunting grounds.
Supremo Chauccllor Commander
Fcthers of the Knights of i-ythlas, and
party, returned from their outing down
the road at about 3 o'clock yesterdiy
afternoon. Mr. Fcthers expressed
himself as being gieatly Impressed by
what he saw. He and his party will
leave for the Coast In the Alameda,
sailing January 15.
None of the regular business was
taken up at the Hoard of Health meet
Ing yesterday. At tho suggestion of
President Sloggett, tho Uoard adjourn
ed out of sympathy, with Dr. Pratt, tlin
executive officer, for tbo death ot bin
wife. Attorney Ccncrnl Dole and Dr.
Cooper were appointed a committee ti
present a resolution nt condolence.
Ilefore the reading of the testimony
in the condemnation suit for the bene
fit of the nw Juror, began In the FeJ
eral lourt the evidence of Manager
Geo. II. Renton of Ewa plantation was
taken to enable the witness to take the
nfternoon train for home. He valued
the leasehold Interest of the Honolulu
Plantation Co. In Issue at $275,000.
P. A. Perry of Doston who has tra
veled extensively, will give a lecture In
the parlors of the Y. W. C. A., Iloston
building, Thursday evening, January
16. Subject' "Authors That I Have
Known." Tickets for the lecture will
be flftycents each and will be for mem
bers of the association only. The pro
ceeds will go into the treasury ot the
Y. W. C. A.
Tho 1902 Social Club has Issued Invi- cr, chaplain; Harry Flint, conductor
tatlons for Its first ball and social, to , Thos, Illack, Insldo guard; It Mayfleld
be held January 10 at Elks' Hall. The ' outside guard. Trustees Charles
nffalr Is to be Mi Idly Invitational and I Graham, chairman; C. J. McCarthy
promises to be ono of tho social event!
of the season. All members and pros
pective membeis aie expected to be a:
Klks' Hall this evening, to complete
permanent organization and make ar
rangements for the dance on the ICth.
There were fifteen young men out for
polo practice yesterday atternoou.
Among the number were High Sheriff
Drown and Deputy High Sheriff Chill
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1 Imvlnr mnrn (rnl,ln with M Inl, ,V-
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ed eye and so cannot do any playing
yet. The police team Is coming on in
flno shape and will undoubtedly glv
nil comers a warm tussle when they ma
The first dance and social of the 1902
club will bo held on the evening of
Jnnuaiy 16. The event will be compli
incntary. A largo number of Invlta
tlons havo been Issued and elaborate
pieparatlons nro being made for tho
affair. The 1902 club was only recently
formed and has for Its members the
younger of the society set of the city.
A meeting of tho members will be held
In the Elks' hall tonight to complete
permanent organization and to make
arrangements for the dance.
The annual meeting of the German
Benevolent Society of tho Hawaiian
Islands was held In tho unices of H,
Hackfeld & Co. yesterday afternoon
The following officers wtro chos'n to
rerve during the ensuing year: ptcsl
dent, F. A, Sohacfer; vice president,
Alexander Iscnberg; treasurer, F.
Kronzlurt; secretary. J. F. Eckaidt,
auditor, II. J. Nolle, nml trustee, 11
Mr. Schultzc, the retiring secretary
has been associated rtltli the soiet
slnci J895. He do'llncd re-clcctton
jeMenlny owing to pressure of Uiui
ncss. J. F. Hackfeld also asked to be
relieved from further duly as an office
holder dwlng to non-reslclenco In Ho
nolulu a portion of tho time eneh )cnr.
The nctual woik of tho sorloty was
ctarted In 1SC0. There was not much
active work for a number of jears but
In the early part of 1879 iiitcicst was
again rcled and work was continued
without flagging until 1S80, when the
society Incorporated. The orgnnlza
tlon is now established ou a film touu
datlon and, nt jesterday'a meeting, tho
treasurer reported a hiudsomo tnsh
Donations of $300 from Mrs. Irwin,
$100 from II. J. Nolle und $100 from
Paul Iscnberg were received during tho
year. During that period, secn per
sons were assisted every wick and 28
other persons rcccUcd aid. The tui
tion of a oung lady nt St. Andrew's
Priory Is paid by tho society. ,
The German Ucnevolent Society com
bined with the Associated Charities
about a car ago, thus sin Ing In the
neighborhood of $300.
The Coroner's Inquest In the caso
of the death of Alexander Solomon In I
.,,, 0, tne oW Dac8 btludllia I
on Knahunianu street yesterday morn
ing, met in the office of the deputy I
otinrtff nt tlin isi1tsfi etntlfitt Iter Aitnn. I
Ing and handed In tho following ver
dict: That the said Alexander Solomon
by having n large number of bilcki
fall upon his person and thereby caus
ing Instantaneous death."
Signed by Clias. F. Chllllngworth.
Coroner; William Savldgefc V H.
Coney. P. Friedman. E. E. .vlossman,
A. Hardy, Thos. R. Lucas.
Only three witnesses were examined.
There were two Portuguese who siw
he nectdent and Dr. McDonald w' n
I"1''"""' '' autopsy.
DAMILN COUNCIL OPPICtRS.
Tho following officers were Installed
by Damlcn Council, No. 2C5, In Har
mony Hall last evening, Deputy Su
premo President W. S. Fleming offi
ciating: Piesldent. J. Hughes; first
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?..8C.c",.n'' J-Pla8;. flnanclal '?.
tary, D. McCorrlston; treasurer, V. (!,
Crook, Jr.; marshal, S. Hughes; in
side sentinel, F. v. Weed; outsldo sen
tinel, M. Hopkins; executive commit
tee: J. A. Thompson, C. Rose, T,
Travncns. M. K. Cook and Charles Mc-
Gonlgic. After the installation thnui
was a banquet. Tho address of the
evening was delivered by the retiring
president, V. P. Harry.
TRIED TO WALK WATER.
John Opolo, a native of the Kakaako
district but at present sojourning at
Puiialuu, took a notion In his head yes
terday morning to wulk the water, like
Peter of old, and, like Peter, ho would
have drowned but for the speedy as
sistance given by John Kallll who
plunged In after the aberrated man and
dragged him and baggage to shore.
Opolo had his clothes all bundled 113
under his arm. He was suffering from
nn unrecovered attack of swipes.
Reception to Petlirrs.
The local lodges of the Knights of
Pythias will give a leceptlon to Su
pieme Chancellor Ogdcn Fethers and
Mrs. Fethers in Piugress Hall this
evening. All the Knights of Pythias
and their friends are InWUd to attend.
The P. II. Urooks Division. Uniform
Rank, K. of P., will assemble at tho
Drlllshed In uniform this evening, and
proceed under command of Sir Knight
S. J. Salter to Progress Hall, wheio
they will give an exhibition drill.
Bugles blect Ottlcers
The Honolulu Eyrie of Eagles elect
ed the following officers at Its regular
meeting, held last evening: T. A.
Simpson, president; Julius Asche, vlco
. presiucnt; Oscar Anderson, secretary;
W. V. Carlvle. treasurer! n. w iin.-
V. J. England, Dr. C. E. Camp, physi
Lolo Cane Plnntlng.
It Is currently reported that the Lale
settlement people will not continue tho
planting of cane after the present crop
is off but will utilize the Urge acreage
for ranch purposes, that Is, tho raising
1 ot cattle for market and for breed ni
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' ThC "re8Cnt cr0P " "! 'n the low-
healthy, Is of small size,
TO CURE A LOLD IN ONE DAY
Takn Laxative flromo Ontnlnn TnMon
1 All druggists refund tho money if tt
, tails to cure. b. W. Grove's signature
Is nn each box.
Duffer Tho favorite In the third
race yesterday fell In the stretch, and
the Jockey was Instantly killed.
Duffer I should say It was horrible
Why, I had $15 on the horso to wln.--Chlcago
The Bulletin, 75 cenu cm month.
.JU? iMtJL.iM JSifi rittfeStgJg,
W 1 lMfa fdH
M Health! EJ
V S "Tim BEST" Vjl
H Dotlltd at the Drcwtry. U
FRED MILLER BREWINQ CO., JH
H Milwaukee! Wis. MuB
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
HDLLISTER DRUG COMPANY'S
Good suggestions ore always
In order about 'Xmas and
New Year's time, and we are
sure the following will In
FOR LADIES I '
We have something very
acceptable In an excellent
Manicure Sets, Pocket Books
Leather Novelties and Uigli
FOR GENTLEMEN !
In our Judgement you could'
not please a man better than
to give him a set of our solid
ebony back -
MILITARY HAIR BKUSUES
which we have In splendid
variety. If you think lie lias
these wc have others about
equally as good consisting ot
Shaving Sets, Traveling
Sets, Cigar Cases, Pocket
Books, Etc., Etc.
We will be pleased to show
Motor, Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work ot All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Mananer.
Fred. F. Ingram
1226 FORT ST.
Locksmitiiiog and General
Repairer of Gasoline Engines.
M News and Opinions ti
S .f ft
(t national importance vw
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Contains Both. l
m Dilly, by mall - - JO a year W
in Dally and Sunday, by mall $8 a year Mj
2 The Sunday Sun
( is the greatest Sunday News- tri
h paper In the world". JJy
() Price 5c. a copy. By mill, $2 a year)
(ft AJJrell THE SUN, New York. U)
O IN8URE good health
And Increase your wealth
The whole of this newyear,
The proper way
Is to start today'
With the use of Prlmo Deer.
combines with absolute purity the
rare good flavor of the pure hops.
Order a case from the Brewery.
TELEPHONE MAIN 341.
SPHAK FOR THEflSBLVES.
To the advertiser this should prove
of special Interest. It Is a comparison
between tho advertisements that nr
pear In our paper and thoso In others.
This ad. was Bet 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.
Thcro Is not another newspaper In
Honolulu that gives uio attention to
the proper display of advertisements
that we do; thcrcforo wo maka Bulle
tin ads. paying ads.
WE HAVE FAITH IN ODR
Notice tho street cars; do the morning papers go to
or from tho homes? Notice again tonight and try to
count the number of Bulletins going to tho homes. It Is
the uonic that tho merchant wants to reach.
EVENING BULLETIN AD. DEPT.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade, with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uollvcr J
all goods purchased or ordered of them, frco ot all charges 1
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San ;
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to thoso know- 1
Ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In '
San Francisco. "J
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Post 6ts., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon rccelpfr 1
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory ot Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
C. J. DAY & CO.
122 King St., next
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING. '
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7c
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superlo-,
tended, in all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report i
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. a .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CA8TLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
When You Want a Rig
RiNO UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : 618 fort street
Stable 'Phone, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72
C. H. DELLINA.
THE UNION EXPRESS CO
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
Ing steamers from the Coast, and w
check baggage on all outgoing steam
and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 211
King street Tel. 66.
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ENGINEERS AND : : ;
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to Bulletin Office,
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HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD.
Tel. 287 Main. 176 King Street.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Manager
Now Open for HitslncHs.
Plneat of Accommodation.
Finest of Untiling, i i i
Be Sure to Get OH at : t
i l I I Walalua Station
RATES $2.50 per day j
Special Rates by Week or
Month. : i t t i i t i
For furthrr Information address :
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General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at tho EVENINO BUU.ET1N