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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, JAN. 28,
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
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T GUN SHELLS
Is qullo a largo number and In the hands of good hunters will con
siderably diminish tho bird population of tho Islands. While wo lmvo
no grievance against tlio birds, yet tho above number Is tho amount
of cartridges wo hno Just recehed, nnd they are nil fresh.
Good ammunition Is one of the chief requisites to good bunting
and ours is tho best.
E. O. Hall &
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotcli Whiskey
Drink No Other.
Every luch one pushes off be
yond the normal distance of
twelve Inches, after eje falluie
begins, means an Inch of danger.
Ninety nine persons out of n
hundred may do It safely: you
muy bo tho ono who can't.
Those baling the best eyes
when old ago comes nil! lie
those who heed the first call for
Eyes Examined; Glasses Fitted.
A, N, Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night watchmen furnished for build
lugs, business property and residences.
Ilullders will do well to consult Dow
ers In regard to watchmen.
Office and Residence, School Street
P. O. Box 284; Tel. White 3691,
Honolnln Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler worV
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion raid to JOD WORK, and repairs
execnt'H at shorten! notice
New York. Jan 21 -Mrs II n. Hoi
man of this city announced today that
her daughter Joscphlno had asked Wil
liam Marconi, the developer of wire
less telegraphy, to release her from her
engagement to marry him and that Mr.
Marconi had compiled with her re
quest. EAT POISON !
FIVE DIE IN ONE ROOM
When wo put our now rat
poison on tho market wo call-
ed attention to tho fact that It
was a real poison and would
kill. Our patrons who have
tried It verify our claim.
Thoy bring wonderful tales of
tho mortality among tho rats.
Ono customer said that flvo
wero poisoned In ono room
tho flrBt night It was used.
RATS MUST GO
Is tho well-cliosen namo of
this now destroyer of rata and
" nnd ralco. A trial will con-
vlnco anyone, that If rodents
are to bo exterminated our
poison will do tho work quick-
ly and surely.
A largo can costs fifty
cents. Tliero Is sufllclent poi-
son to destroy hundreds of
rats. Isn't It worth this tn
freo your house, barn or yard
- of rats? You know tho im-
- portance, too.
-atv-O Insist on having tho real
.- RAT8 MU8T GO.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KINO ANO FORT.
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MRS. DREAR'S LECTURU8.
Mrs Mary Dillingham l'rcar will
shortly begin her lectures on Ilnlpli
Waldo Emerson In the rooms of tha
V. W C. A . Iloston block. The pre.
scnntlon of the studies has been classl.
fld Into four parts, as follows:
I. Italph Waldo Emerson. Thurs
day February C Ills Life, Ills Per.
jonallty. Ills Contemporaries .
II Ills Prose, form nnd Substance,
l'rlday. IYbrunry .11 Man In Relation
Friday, February 21 .Man In Rela
tion to Himself.
Friday, February 28 Man In Rela
tion to Society.
Thursday, March 0 Man In Relation
III. Ills Poetry. Form and Spirit.
Frlda. Mnich H. Detailed Study ol
Friday March 21 Detailed Study oj
IV Author and Reader, Friday. March
2'. A Summary of Emerson's Teach
ing. The ionise Is for members of thn
Association only. The price of tlio
tickets Is $2,110
The steamer Maunn I.oa arrived
from Hawaii and Maul ports t Ills
morning Purser l.lndormnnn reports
that Pahala Mill will start grinding to
mot row. The weather on tho Coast
has been very dry.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of The Knsh Company. Limit
ed, win bo held at tnclr olllce. 23 Ho
tel street, on Saturday, February 1,
1902. at 2 p. m.
F. I. WOODHRIDGi:,
IN THE CIHCl'IT COURl. FIRST
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambcis, In Probate. In tho Mntter
01 tho Estate of I.. K. Halualanl, lato
of Kalauao, En a, Oaliu, deceased. Pe
tition having been filed by Laura K.
Halualanl, widow of said Intestate,
praying that Letters of Administration
upon said estate bo Issued to her, No
tlce Is hereby given that Monday, th.
3d day of March, A. I). 1002, at in
o'clock a. m In tho Judiciary Ilulld
lng. Honolulu, O11I111, Is appointed the
time and place for hearing snld peti
tion, when nnd whero nil persons con
cerned may appear and show cause. If
any they have, why said Petition
should not bo granted.
Honolulu. January 27, 1902.
I)y the Court:
J. A. 1 HOMPSON,
J. M. Kaneakua, Attorney for Peti
tioner. 2056 Jan. 28; Feb. 4. 11, 18.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
In pursuance of an Execution Issued
by A. S. Humphreys, Judge of tho
Circuit Court or the First Clicult. of
the Territory of Hawaii, on tho 25th
day of January, A. D. 1902. In re mnt
ter of Enterprise Mill Co.. Ltd.. vs. J.
Walla.ce and L. M. McKcague. Garni
shee. I have, on this 27th day of Janu
ary, A. I). 19u2. levied upon, nnd shall
expose for sale at Public Auction, to
the highest bidders, nt tho Polico Sta
tion, Knlnkaim Hale, In Honolulu, Isl
nnd of Onhu, Teriltory or Hawaii, nt
12 o'clock noon of Saturday, tho 1st
day or .March. A. I). 1U02. nil the right,
title and Inteiest of the snld I.. M. Mc
Keaguo In and to tho following de
scribed real estate, unless (be Judg
ment amount to Two Hundred and Fif
ty one nnd 92 10H Dollars, Interest
n.ats and my expenses ale previously
Lot 8. Illock F, Kaplolanl Park Addi
tion, being land described In deed of
r Mtlhlendor., Tr.. recotded In I.lber
189. pago 40. Hawaiian Registry of
Lots 18 nnd 19, In Illock tiA, Knpahu
In Tiact, being land described In deed
of W. I.. Peterson, recorded In Liber
209, pago 310, Hawaiian Registry or
I,otB 9 and 10, In Illock GA, Kapahu
lit Tract, being land described In deed
or C. S. Mnrtln. recorded In Llber 217.
pago 22C, Hawaiian Registry of Con
veyances. CHAS. F. CHII.LINOWORTH,
Doputv Sheriff. Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Onhu, January 27. 1902.
2050 Jan. 28 Fob. 4, 11. 18, 28,
A TRIP TO C00NT0WN
ii.kI Company of l-unny Folds
BEGINNING SATURDAY EVENING,
RESERVED SEA TS, 75 cents
BOX OPPICE NOW OPEN.
Mondijr ao t cS i.i
TutiJay 'it l.ja i
1 01 6 40
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WcintiJay t 44 i
41 S 11 41
18 0 14 10 fl
4 46 10 0)'lt tO
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i 14 11 aftjio !"
6 6 1 1 11 4u
6 s? If 40 . .
Thuftdljr I) ).
FtMljr 4' 4 ct 1.1
StlurJiy j 4 6 to
MonJay i, 6 00 1 6
Full moon on the 23d nt 1:3C p. tn.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knhulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10b 30m
slower than Green wclh tlmo, being
u.at of tho meridian or 157.30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo -owe at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tlio same as Greenwich, Un Dm,
Masters of vessels sailing trom this
port for Snn Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographtc
Oluco located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit Tree of charge, complcto sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Heurnu. Ptinahou. January
28. Temperature Morning minimum,
GO: Midday maximum, 77.
Ilarometer at 9 a. m. 30.00. Irregular.
Dew Point 2F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 77 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jau
unry 28. Weather clear; wind light
Tuesday, January 28,
Stmr. Mauna l.oa, Slmerson, fioni
Konn and Knu.
O. & O. 8. S. Gaelic, Finch, from
Am. sp. Helen llrewer, Mnhuny, 139
dn s rrom Now York.
Monday, January 27.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Mosher, for Ann
hola and Kllauea.
Stmr. Lehiin, Nnpala, for Molokal.
Stmr. Noeau, Pedcrson, for Maul
ami Hnmakua ports.
Stmr. James Makec, Ilruhn, for Kn
Schr. Malolo, Mokl, for Haunlel and
Tuesday, January 2S.
Stmr. Klnnu, Fieeman for Hllo.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, for Walma
Stmr. Claiidlne, Parker, for Maul
ports; 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mnul, F. llennett, for Mnhu
kona and Hamakua portn; 5 p. 111.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, Tor
Knual potts; 5 p. m.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, Finch, for tha
Orient, nt 5 p. m.
From Hawaii ports, per stmr. Man
na l.oa, January 28. W. II. Cornnell,
P. C. Ullizcll, C. E. Palmer, A. 11,
Slioen, C. Yaknam, W. E. Herrlck.
Miss M. Fennell. E. La Mar, J.
Datchler, C. H. Wells, F. Peterman,
Rev. W. Ault. S. E. Damon. J. Gold
smith. Miss E. Henery, Miss Pnlnatuil,
Charles Roedahl, Mrs. Ileimlnr; Mas
ter Hennlng, W. E. Unl, II. R. Case;
From Snn Francisco, per O. & O.
S. S. Gaelic, for tho Orient, January 23.
For Yokohama Miss A. M. Arch
bold. E. A. Iligclow and wife, Miss
Jnnet Scudder, Rev. Leigh Layman
wire and cmid; D. R. C. Drown nnd
wire, T. A. Olenson, J. 1. McKenn.
S. K. Wclrlch, Fung Slk. For Kobe
Mrs. S. A. Heck, child and Infant;
Rev. S. A. Deck, Miss S. Miller, Rev.
F. W. Steadman, wlfo and son. For
Nagasaki R. D. Rodgcrs and wire.
For Shanghai Row W. J. Mortimer,
Rev. G. E. Hartwcll, Mrs. O. E.
Hartwell, two children nnd Inrant;
Miss Phebo Wells, Miss Paulino p.
Westcott. For Hongkong L. J. Clay
burgh, Col. C. Kitchener, II. L. Van
Winkle. Miss I). Vnrley, A. Fillplnl.
From Honolulu W. R. Daumann, H.
R. Case, II. C. Hadtwalcker, C. E.
Palmer, Rev. D. Scudder and wlfo.
For Molokal ports, per stmr. Lehua.
January 28. .Mrs. Alkue and sou, Mra
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnau, January 28. T. R. Key worth,
W. n. Mallng, Hon. M. M. Estee, E.
A. Knudson, W. D. King. Mrs. M.
I.. Porter, Miss E. F. Porter. R. E.
Callahan, A. II. Wagner, W. II. Cor
bin, Miss II. Pcnhl, .Mis. C. Aknl. O.
M. Dunbar, Mrs. A. Harris and child,
J. E. Grossman, W. S. McLean. Mrs.
A. E. McLean, W. I). StaneUord, A.
B. Clark Jr.. ltov. S. Hayashl. Miss
M. Payne. A. L. .Morris, Sir. Wight.
Mr. and Jim. Scrlpp, E. Norrle, Dr.
J. It. East. I). C. A. Allenbeig.
For Keauhulen nnd Pnauhau. nor
ktmr. Maul, January 28. J. F. Heck
fcld. A. Hanebcrg. Mr. Hogiio.
ror iiaui ports, per Blmr. Claiidlne,
January 28. J . Cushlngham nnd wire.
W. R. Schoarr, C. W. Ilaldwln, J. M.
Coulson, Mrs. Wm. McGorrow, Mrs.
E. Kapuaala, S. J. Alencastre, J. T.
Irvine, 8. M. I.llllc.
HAWAII STOCK FIGURttH
Following aro closing quotations for
Hawaiian securities on the San Fran
cisco exchange, Jan. 20:
liana Plantation 3
Hawaiian Commercial 31 40
Hutch S. P 13 ..
Kllauea 914 1114
Makawell 25 2G
Onomea ...' 23 24V4
Paautiau 1014 11
Tlarcelona, Jan, 19. Tho explosion
of tho boiler of a spinning mill near
Manresa, Saturday, destroyed half the
village or Puento do Vltumara, nnd It
In estimated that sixty persons worn
killed and ono hundred Injured. Ol
tlio Injured thirty aro not expected tn
recover. Tho hospital at Manresa Is
filled with tho Injured. Sixteen mutl
latcd bodies ot working people have
been recovered. Thcso Includo tnu
manager of the spinning mill, his two
sisters, and many children, Thn
ijuecn itcgent has wlieu her condo
lences, Weekly edition of tho Bulletin $1
TO LET Furnished front room In prl
vate family. Apply 7C8 Klnau St.,
bet. Alapal and Kaplolanl.
TO LET A good four-room cottage,
with kitchen, bnth room and modern
plumbing, on slopo of Punpbbowl;
good garden and excellent vlow of
city and ocean. Apply to A. II. R
Vlclrn, 1141 Miller St., nbovc Punch
mi Mi la
Georgo Ilrowno, C. E., tho man who
had some troublo with the Custom
House officers before ho was allowed
to como nshoro from tho O. 8. S. Sier
ra on her arrival hero, January 21,
called In at tho llullctln ofilco thll
morning, and, referring to certain sto
ries published about him In tho local
press, stated that thoy wero untrue, in
every respect. In connection with the
tioublc between himself nnd tho Cits
tcm House oluclals, Mr. Ilrowno said:
"As a British subject furnished with
an all-sufllclent passport to allow my
landing anywhere, I protest against
the action of tha Custom IIouso offi
cers In detaining mo aboard tho Sier
ra. This Is not tho last thoy will hear
of It. I am going to seo tho Hrltlsh
Consul hero nnd when I return ta
Australia, I mean to placo tho matter
before the homo Government I told
the oluclals nt tho tlmo I showed my
passports that In case they detained
mo It would bo at their peril. I mean
ti mako theso same officers pay dcarlj
tor their action n It costs mo a thou
Mr. Ilrowno showed tho llullctln re
porter his passport signed by John
Madden, Governor of tho Colony of
Victoria nnd" Knight Commnnder of
tho Most Distinguished Orders of St
Michael and St. George. It bears date
of October. 1900.
Mr. Ilrowno has also In his nosspg
fclon a letter from A. McLean. Premier
or Victoria, located at Melbourne.
This commends tho bearer to all Drlt
New York, Jan. 21 Wallace Dow
ney, tho ship-bulldcr, has returned
Horn Washington, where ho hns been
nrranglng tho details lor tha launch
lng 01 Emperor Williams now yacht.
"I called on President Roosevelt,
said Mr. Downey, "and found him en
thusiastically Interested In the prepu
rntlons to recelvo the Kaiser's reprc
scntatlvo. Tho President was nt first
In fnior of February 17th for tha
launching but when 1 explained to him
that tho tide conditions on tho 2oth
would bo moro fnvorablo to the pur
pose, ho decided that ho could ar
range his engagements to suit that
date. At his suggestion I went over
to tho Stnto Department, whero I con
suited with Assistant Secretary Hilt.
who has tho program In charge. Whllo
wo were talking Rear Admirals Evans
nnd Crownlnshleld enme In. I explain
ed to them my rcarons tor desiring to
launch tlio yacht on 1-ebruary 25th nnd
after consulting with tho German Em-
unssaclor that date was fixed upon
Tho state department Is now consider
ing tho program.
"Our company will Issue, about 200U
invitations ror tho launching and will
probnbly run a boat rrom tho Hattery
to the Island to carry Us Invited
guests. Wo will ask tho city to give
us tho necessary polico protection to
Insure against any objoctionablo char
actors Interfering with tho official vis
itors and wo will so arrango every
thing that all our guests will have an
unobstructed vlow of tho ceremonies.
Wo nro overwhelmed with offers from
bands and singing societies to fiirnlBh
ir.uslo for tho occasion, but I thlnak
the military bandB nnd those or the
warships will bo all that can bo ac
Washington, Jan. 18. Tho House of
Representatives was In session less
than an hour today. Only routine bus
moss was transacted, tho most Impor
taut feature of which was tho rcnort-
Ing by Cannon, chairman of tho Com-
ailtten on Appropriations, of nn urgent
'rflrlency hill. Tho bill will bo called
up for consideration next Monday. It
carries over $1G,000.000.
Representative Kalin of Cnllfmnl.i
Introduced tho Chinese exclusion bill
agreed upon by all Pacific Coast Inter
ests 0,8 representing their views. It
was referred to tho Foreign Affairs
Committee. Healings will begin next
week, and tho bill urged to a speedy
consideration In tho House.
AFFAIRS AT PANAMA.
Panama, Jan. 21. All Is quiet here
today. General Herrera, tho revolu
tlonary leader. Informed Captain
Meado or tlio United States cruiser
Philadelphia, that ho camo hero to
prevent the Colombian government us
lng tho steamer Lautaro against the
Llbcials, Ho had accomplished this
and therefore retired.
Tho revolutionists had seventeen
wounded In yesterday's engagement.
The number killed cannot be precisely
ascertained. Of the government forces
flvo men were killed and four wounded.
PROM NUW YORK.
The American chip Helen Brewer.
fiom Now Yoik, arrived hero this
morning after a pair passago of 139
days. Tho voyago Is reported as un
eventful and very tedious after the
Horn was passed. Tho llrcwer has a
full cargo of general merchandise for
C. Rrower & Co. and will load sugar
here for tho East.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the laraest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
mm to iigoi
HI HEll'S PARTY
.. iriifii.i'tfiii. aw;,;'
0(1902 designs In beautiful all-wool
Nothing In our opinion Is moro elegant, moro serviceable,
41 moro suited to our climate, for HOUSE or EMPIRE GOWNS,
4 or for DRESSING SACQUES than the39 exquisitely light, yet ex-
a cecdlngly Btrong, patterns.
Wo call especial attention to the Persian designs, which
w nro tho lntcst conceits of tho French weavers, nnd which nro
9 destined to bo much shown in the fashion centres this coming
3 TWO PRICES ONLY :
The Plain, 50c a yd, The Silk Designs, 90c a yd.
This alono would bo tho host recommendation for any lamp ono
could expect, yet every merchant who uses our
NEW ARC LAMPS
Is moro than satisfied and says they are the best he .has over used.
Surely ho ought to know.
MR. W. W. DIMOND says; "I cannot say too much In prnlso of
theso lamps; they glvo a soft, penetrating light, evenly distributed
nnd without fluttering or noise. They are tho best lamps I have
For further Information ring 113 up Tel. Main 390 and we will
bo pleased to call at your office
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS
Still in the Lead Always in the Lead,
HIGHEST AWARD AT PARIS EXPOSITION
HIGHEST AWARD AT BUFFALO EXPOSITION
It's tlmo to turn over a now loaf If you have never used tho
Smith Premier. Superior In construction and efficiency. Send or
call for catalogue.
G. W. MACFARLANE,
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
Tel. Main 311.
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending Drcssmnklng Iloimc and Millinery Parlors.
Arlington ISIock, Hotel St. II. Ft DAVISON, Mutineer.
SHREVE & CO.,
To fncllitato trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning snmo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to thoso know
ing the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market (V PoHt Sts., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOQUB and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo have the largest manufactory of Jowelry
and Silverware west of Now York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since 1SC0 for Death Claims... $21,373,409 65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608 27 '
DlUdends and Surrenders , 13,099,134 37
Total $45,6W,S12 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD BUILDING.
Beaver LllllCll R00mSWaiaIua Beach Hotel
Fort St., bet. Queen nnd Merchtiut i
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner,
Everything first-class. Completo line
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor.
Postofflcc Box 57
CIIA8. DAVID, Manager
Now Open for IIuslneMS.
Finest of Accoinntodation.
Finest of Untlilng. I I I
lie Sure to Get Off at I I
till Walulua Station
RATES 82.50 per iluy f
Special Rates hy Week or
Month. I I I I t t t I
For further Information address :
HALBIWA P. O.
65 Queen St.
ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-,
At tho residence of Mr. O. W. n. King,
12,0 Hcrctanla street, between Pllkol
nnd Kccaumoku streets, I will sell nt
Public Auction tho entlro Household
Furniture, comprising In part
Plants. Veranda Chairs. Oak Hall
Stand, Pictures. Kingsbury PInno
(nearly new), 1 Combination Dookcaso
nnd Secretary, Mahogany Table, largo
Hubs. Easy Chairs and Rockers, 1
Koa Center Tabic 1 Masslvo Oak Ex
tension Table, Dining Chairs, flno Oak
Extension Tabic, Dining Chairs, flno
Oak Sideboard, Glass nnd Silverware,
Whlto Enameled Dcdstcads, Mattress
es, Pillows, 1 Koa Desk and Iliireau,
Oak Durcaus, Tables, Tablo and Dcd
I.lnen, 1 Qurnoy TWrlgorator, 1 Char
ter Oak Stove.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 QUEEN STREET.
Hay and Rolled
ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, '
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my sales room. 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
150 Bales California Hay.
200 Sacks Rolled Barley.
Just received, in good order.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
valuable real estate
On Friday, January 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. U.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a fine parcel
of land situated at Puunut above th
bead ot I.lllha street.
Tho lot has a frontngo of 310 feot
on Puunul road and 200 feet deop, con
taining an area of 62,000 square feot.
Property Is but a short distance
from tho terminus of tho I.lllha strccf
cars, Is well situated and can bo dl
vtded Into several building lots.
Tor further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St
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