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EVENING TJUM-ETlfc, HONOLULU, H. T THURSDAY. .JAN. 30, 1902.
Is quite a largo number nnd In the linmli of pood hunters w 111 con
slderabl diminish tho bird population of tho Itlnndn. While we hnve
no grievance against tho birds, )ct tho nbovo number Is the amount
ot cartridges wo havo Just received, nnd they nro nil fresh.
Good ammunition Is one of the chief requisites to good hunting
and ours Is the best.
E. O. Hall &
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotcli Whiskey
Drink No Other.
Everv Inrh one pusliCB off be
voud the iiormnl distance of
twelve Inches, after oje falltuo
begins, means an Inch of dangci
Nlnetv nine persons out of a
hundred may do It safely, jou
ma be tho one who can't.
Those having the best ojes
when old ago conies will be
those who heed the first call for
Eyes Examined; Glasses Fitted.
A. N, Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Tort St., bet. Queen nnd Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everv thing first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H, J, NOLTE, - Proprietor.
Waialua Beach Hotel
C1IAS. DAVID, Manager
Now Open for Business.
Finest ol Accommodation.
Finest of Buttling, t t t
Ue Sure to Get Off nt t 1
1 1 1 i Walaluu Stutlon
RATES $2.50 per day 1
Speclul llntcH by Week or
Month. 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1
For further Information address '
HAL III W A P. O.
EAT POISON !
FIVE DIE IN ONE ROOM
hen wo put our new rat
poison on tho matket wo call-
ed attention to the fact that It
was a real poison and would
kill. Our patrons who havo
tried It verify our claim.
They bring wonderful tales of
tno mortality among the tats.
Ono customer said that flvo
were poisoned In ono room
tho first night It was used.
RATS MUST GO
Is the well chosen name of
this new destroyer of tats and
and mlco. A trial will con
lneo anyono that If rodents
aro to bo exterminated our
poison will do the work quick
ly and surely.
A largo can costs fifty
cents There Is sufficient poi
son to destroy hundreds ot
rats Isn't It worth this to
free your house, barn or yard
of fats? You know tho Im
Insist on having the real
RAT8 MUST GO.
k5 ' s A'fo
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KING ANO FORT.
SHIP'S HE KM
Hath Me Jan 10 Word has been
received here of the eventful vo)nge
of the ship .Tames Drummond, from
Pugot Bound to Fremantle, Australia,
during whkh the captain was foiced
to kill his mate to save his own life
and pi event a mutiny on the craft The
Drummond was built hero and sold ta
San Fianelsco men, and has sinco been
In service on the Pacific Coast. Her
captain is II J Noson, w no had charge
of tho essel during her trips along
the Atlantic coast The Drummond
left for rreiiiuntlo with a cargo ol
lumber Captain N'ason shipped as
mati Thomas Hums, who had sailed
In that npnclt on n number of Amcr
The Diiimnioiiil left l'ugct Sound
late In April and almost as soon as the
to) age began tno now mate comment
oil to make trouble He began by 111
treating the Chinese cabin boy nnd
wns rebuked bv the captain This cm
blttered the mate, and he nnnojed tint
skipper bv taking duties into his own
hands usually attended to by the enp
tnln The captain objected to this
pint tiro nnd wanted to fight Inline
From that time on Ilurns came on
deck 'verv daj nrmed with a revolver,
and during his night wntth call-d the
men off the look lilt und 'onicMt,"l
with them The captnln did not 1 eg
left to have his levolver In Ills pocket
nt nil times He kept 0 close wuti h en
nurns The third dav after llir qucr
rel lime .T. when pat-sing tin FIJI
Island the captain his wife ui.l son
were nt supper In forwnrd wlim thi
mate enine In nnd took a si.ttt the
table As the captain was serving
him with food limns pullid nut hit
revolver nnd pointed It at hln supe
Nasun dropped and shot at nurns,
the bullet striking the mate In the
In east locking his wife mid boy In
the cabin the eaptuln went on deck
with two cocked revolvers and
found the rew- c lustcred aft
'Aro any of ou men In this'" be
"No sli " wob the reply. "We
thought the mate bad shot ou. ami
we are glad It Is the other way"
Captain Nason put In at Fremantle
where a consular Inquiry wns held. p
which the skipper was exonerated
from blame In killing Ilurns.
President Castro s action In pro
claiming a Uilttsh merchant vessel to
be a pliate Is foolhaidy, to say tho
least of It Great Ilrltnln docs not re-
gnid anj Interference with her com1
meree with complaisance, and Venez
uela mny exuect much International
trouble through the acts of her Intem
perate president who Is actuall) n dic
tator - rmiadciphla Ledger.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1
CHOICE BU,LD,LLE0T FOR
In Knllhl, I acres Appioved title
Price moderate. Apply to
JUDD 4 COMPANY, LIMITED.
B. T. DREI5R
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Deal.r
in Electric Supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
E. W. Quinn,
Patronnfje of Owners, Architects
and Itulldcrti Hollcited.
1168 Union St, Phone, Main 394
Will bo received at the ouieo of the
Superintendent of Public Works of
Territory of Hawaii on Trlday, Janu
ary 31st, 1902, at 1 p m , for dredging
Plans and specifications on file In
office of Superintendent Public Works,
Tho superintendent of Public Works
dues not bind himself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
JAS H DOVD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
January 29th 1902.
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6 1? ti 40
7 46 1 16
Tucsiiy itS 64)
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Wt trinity ., 19 8481)
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ThuriJiy )3 9 56 1 4
8 d9 t )S
Friday jt i9 18 1 j
9 oa j t6
to oj 4 tf
It I lu
it iijl 6 oj
Last qunitei of the moon on the
31st, 2 39 n. in
Tides from tho United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides nt Kahulul ana Hllo occur
nbout an hour earlier ihan at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Qrccn wclh time, being
mat of tho meridian of 157.30. Tho
tlmo whistle - ows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich, Un 0m.
MnBters of vessels sailing trom this
port for San Francisco will And thero
a branch of the U. S. Ilydrographlc
Office located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complete sets
of charts nnd directions of the world.
Lntcst Information can be obtained re
gurdlng lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of .Interest to ocean
Wcntlier Ilurc.ui, l'linnhou .Innuai
3rt Tempeititure Morning minimum,
m, Mlddav maximum, TS
Ilniometer nt 9 n m 30.01 Irregular
Rainfall 0 02.
Dew Point 031'
Iltimldlt nt 9 a m. 74 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uarj 30 Weather clear .wind fresh
Wednesda) , Jan 29
Schr. Knwnllanl, from Kuolnu forts
0 30 p. m.
Thursdu, Jan 30.
Am, schr. W. It. MarBton, Curtis, 2J
d.tvs fiom San Francisco.
Str. James Makce, Tullctt, f 10111 Ka
U.il ports at 3 23 a. ill.
Str. Kealihau, Mosber, from Kuual
poirs, at 7" 10 a in.
Str Koc.iu, Wvman, fiom Hawaii
ports, at 9 30 a 111.
Weduesdaj, l.m 29
Str tlelenc. Nnpnln, for Moloknl mid
Schi. Mol W'jhlrie, for Pjiullo.
'I I1111 sla , Jan, 30,
F S. S Mohican, Couden, for Chilst
mas Island, at 10 n m.
Str. Mlkuhnln, Gregoi), for Eletle,
K0I0.1, Hanapepe, Wnlmca and Kcka
lu. at Ti p. m.
Schr. Ka Mol, for Kauai ports, at '
Str. Hiiuua I. oa, Slmcrson, for I..i
hnlna. Miihuic.i, Komi nnd Kiui polls
Schr. Hawaiian!, mny sail for K00I.111
Ger. sp Agnes, Heinous, niaj sail fen
San Fr incise 0.
S. S Hawaiian. Nichols, for Philadel
phia via fCaniinpnll nnd Hllo; p m
S 8 Doric, Smith, for San Francisco
S S Doric. Smith. ma nulve fron
the Orient this afternoon
S S Alameda. Herrlman, from Sun
CEASE IN ISLANDS
(Continued from page 1.)
This was a great mistake Sake con
tains from 20 to 40 per cont of alcohol
and the principal burin in sake was
the fact that an ovei -Indulgence In
this liquor produces a more piolongcd
state of Intoxication nn is produced
by other liquors. The speaker ended
his speech with mention of the fact
that Ewa plantation pronlhlts the
liquor traffic on Its premises, much
to tno advantage of bom laborers and
After n fow remarks by Professoi
Richards to the ecu thai In his opln
Ion tho Chinese weio less under the
Influence of tho evil ol Intemperance
than the other races here. Dr Klin!
Tal 1.1 took tho floor.hls lemarks being
Interpreted The doc tor spoke, In pal t,
Temperance and Chinese.
"In the Chinese community hero
wo havo live wholesalo liquor housos,
I ascertained that tho dealers aie loos
ing money every year, which Is not
stiange, as the Chinese have not tho
Intemperate habits and only drink on
Bpeelal occasions The liquors of
fered for sale heie by the Chinese
liquor dealeis are, with the exception
of samshu, not as strong as whisky
ot llko liquors"
After digressing on tho names and
strength of different Chinese liquors
tho doctoi called attention to the fact
that very fow cases of Chinese drunk;
aids were found In (lie courts AI
though opium was possibly not with
In the scope of the league, still he
wltlied to state that tho opium haclt
was doing much harm In Chlra Ths
s eaker expressed the hope that the
lofoimcrs would prohibit the opl-im
trilllc and I hat the mlsslon-iilcs ,n
China would bo able to do much good
work In this dhectlon
Portuguese Liquor Trade.
After a fow rcmailCH hy I'lofessuf
lib hards In which he congratulate.
tV Chlneso on the fact that they hud
so little, to do with Intemperance Rev
A V Sonrcs followed with a speed
In his talk ho stated t'nat It was utter
ly Impossible to ascertain tho exact
figures of tho Paitugueso liquor traf
fie, as most of tho saloons among these
people were Illicit establishments,
These, had done Immeasurable harm.
Many Portuguese indulgo In liquor.
About 95 per cent drink and of thlH
number a large percentage get drunk
The evil was found among tho chil
dren and oven babies Wine, whisky
and gin were especially used by the
Portuguese, and, although they did
not often appear In tho Police Court,
this was because their carousals gen
erally take place at their homes. This
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Want Column hie Page six
FOR RENT Furnished rooms ell
unite with prlvllego of light houo
keeping 714 I'ort St 2oS lm
wns the cause of great mlci among I
the peoplo and Mr Hoare s greatest
ucsiic was that tno Aim snioon
become a power among men which
would etadlcato this evil fiom tho
midst of his cotintrvmcn
Professor Richards spoke on tho
tucory which has been advanced that
tho Increase of tho saloon decreases
drinking by counteracting the Illicit
Joint and the manufacture ot swipes,
etc. He dltl not bcliovo that It bairn
ed any evil to lncrense It, however.
Saloons New to Hawallans.
Rev. O. P. Emerson spoke next on
the liquor question witb relation to
the Hawallans Ills talk was; In pait,
"I piopose to speak to this propo
sition That there aro uo reasons,
Hiich as tho economic ones which
are urged In some places, for the con
ttnuance of the saloon In these Islands
but thero are many reasons for tholr
"In tho gre-nt centres where life Is
co congested and In colder climates
than ours, It Is urged that tho saloon,
In the absence of any other place, Is
n refuge for the poor nnd homeless la
dot or. Without comportablo habita
tion, lonely, miserable, he seeks the
comfort anil fellowship to be found In
"No such argument nppllcs to tho
life of the native Hawaiian. He does
not suffer from cold, nnd he need not
go to the saloon for the Boclcty of his
kind. '1 here Is no ostracism which he
fears. He is not lonely nnd miserable.
Ills quarters are biicIi as lie enjovs.
He Is happy In thera.
"Nor aie there any hereditary ten
dencles or long fixed habits that would
be seriously disturbed If the saloons
were Immediate!) closed.
"The saloon Is n new thing to the
Hawaiian During tho reign of the
hnmchanu'hns, the sale of liquor to
the natives was prohibited.
"It was well understood tlun thai
the saloon wns not needed by tho Ha
wnllnn nnd was n menace to his life
"It wns dining Kalaknuu f, iclgn
Hint this evil came nnd onlj this gen
cixtlon of Hawallans lias cmr.-. to
lic w It.
"The hnblts of tho Haw-allau inuko
the us" of llquiy vorv harmful In
them There Is the a a hnolt The
r.vtlve takes nwi U get drunk Mid
h seems to tnko liquor foi the nimo
rctson Tho potato drink .1 til those
mr-do from tho prlcVv pear c-m
Ju'co and molassoB nro not taken for
nuv sweetness of taste, but for hc
snko of Inebriation, and when the
Ilawallnns go to a saloon Ihey go tin io
to get drunk.
"The Hawaiian goes to n snioon as
a piodigal to en ion so nnd to wnste his
substnnco. his mind nnd his cncigy
This desire foi carousals and for cost
ly amusement Is nppenled to by the
saloon Theie Is the billiard table in
"You see the power of these places
They appeal to tho worst hohlt ol
the Hawaiian, thnt of getting diunk.
Who Is responsible for this? The
liquor Interests nro responsible, nnd so
Is the Government. It Is time for tin)
voter to use his Interest.
"It Is not of nny uso for us to cry
ngninst this thing without furnishing
counter attractions such ns bathing
places libraries, patks nnd iccieatlon
grounds Every teacher should be h
temperance teacher. "We should In
sist that every teacher bo a temper
nnce man Let us spenk honestly nnd
stialghtforwaidly. Wo can Influence
the Hawallans, wo enn reach our 1cg
lslators, and present to them the dam.
neo nmior Is doing, and In Hint way
prohibit It." ,
Hell of the Pacific.
Rev. W II. Rice Bpoke, lu pait, as
"The fltbt and most Important func
tion of government Is to uplift the
people who are governed. It Is said
that the best way to lessen tho evil
of Intemperance Is to open saloons nnd
tho Government's policy Is to give a
license to any one who has the money
to buy one. it Is the object of 'the
Anti-Saloon League to prohibit the
Issuance of moie licenses and destroy
the ones now running. Wo have the
power to do so."
Mr. Rice next lead an cxtiact fiom
the constitution of tno Antl Saloon
League, wlierearter he continued:
"What Is needed hero Is tho cam
paign of Instiuction. It Is time for
tho chinches, the business men nnd
the plantations to wake up fiom their
sleep on tills subject.
"If the present cov eminent policy
continues for n few mom jears these
lovely Ishnds will he known as the
Hell or tho Pacific I want to tee
hem continuing to bo the Paradise of
the Pacific We will do nny kind ol
tompoinnco woik, encourage the re
forming man, work with tho diunknid
and open plates to which men tan
come, away from he saloon.
Young Men In Saloons.
"The first thing wo have to do Is tc
Issuo boino lltcratuio on this s'lhjeet
Wo havo Bomo of this In the printer s
hands ut present, i put n.y depend
ence In this work on fncts. These In
fluenco people. Thero are In Honom
lu twenty ono whisky saloons On Sat
urday evening of November 111 jouni?
men riom the V M. C. A. spent or.o
hour in front of eight salooni'. count
Ing the men under 40 years of age
who entoied during that time, an J
found that 120 men cntcied the En
oio no the Merchant's Ex-lmie Cl
tho Favorite, 05 tho Criterion, 10" the
Hoffman 27 tho Anthor Jfi the Pa
clflc nnd 11 the Pantheon, limiting n
otnl ol 430 persons
'Thoso aro tho figures for one hour;
what aro tl.oy for twenty four lions?
How many wiling men aro golnr to be
drunken sots ten jears fiom toda " I
wont vou to consider that
"riguies show that li'Ofino men per
ish a jear In tho United States vvhll
'rylng to bo moderate uriiikeis iji
en men who try to be moderato arlnu
rs one will stop i, Inking, one will
contlnuo moderato drinking, two more
will bo seriously Injured nnd drink
hard, three moro will betome drunk,
ards and threo klhed through liquor,
Theso figures nro tho result of care
fill Investigation We will do all In
our power to change tho conditions
"Thero are 142 liquor licenses here
now. On August 1, 189G, thero were
only twenty-three. That Is tho policy
of tho prosent administration. The
Idea of the tiovcrnment is that the
S sii AN OPPORTUNITY I
nf mn9 rinslirns In
of 1902 designs in
Nothing In our opinion Is mora elegant more serviceable,
more suited to our climate, for HOUSE or EMPIRE GOWNS, 9
or for DRESSING SACQUES than tli03 exquisitely light, yet ex- Q
ceedlngly strong, patterns. A
Wo call especial nttentlon to th Persian designs, which 2
aro tho latest conceits of the IVench weavers, and which nro
destined to bo much shown In th fashldii centres this coming 9
TWO PRICES ONLY :
The Plain, 50c a yd. The Silk Designs, 90c a yd.
S WHITNEY & MARSH, I
are you going to the
calico masque ball ?
The coming chailty ball Is going to be a tremendous success.
Lverjbody and his sister will be tbeio so get In line. Tile proceeds
go to the Honolulu Eve and Lar laQrmar)
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5tb, IN THE DRILL SHED.
Tickets for sale in all the stores, $2.00 each, get your tickets early
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trndo with tho Haw-all la Islands, will uellvcr
all goods purchased or ordered ot them free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to those know
ing the Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
JYInrlcut (V PoMt 8t., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE nnd prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Silverware west of Now York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
opening of light wine nnd beer saloons
will discourage the use (ft strong drink
but n man wants liquor for the sako ot
the alcohol In It. Ho can take one
dilnk of whisky and that will stay his
thirst or six glasses ot beer to do the
same He wants a given amount o!
nltohol and will get It Tho opening
oi the l'rlmo saloon Is a plcco of crlm
Rev. W D. Westcrvelt nnd I will
soon go on n tilp to Hawaii to show
to the people there the facts concern
Ing the evil of Intemperance Lntor
we will visit the other Islands and
also the other districts of Onhu, nnd
I hope to see the time wncn tho Gov
eminent s policy will bo chnnged.
"Treasurer Wrlgnt admits as mnny
saloons aB apply, as long as tho ma
Joiltv of the pioperty Holders In the
vicinity do not protest. We will Bee
to It that they protest and try to
stop the Issuance of these licenses
The convictions for drunkenness In
1900 were twice ns gicat as In any
one of the preceding four vears, For
the last thiee monu.s, the flguro Is on
ly J9u, which Is a great reduction "
Mr I.oriln Andrews spoke next on
the "Practical Lines of Woik."
"All of us enjoy and nro helped by
n meeting like this, and we get the
leeling that we must do something
We now have un oiganlzatlon nnd wo
must now see what wo tan do.Tho
following Is suggested ns piuctltal
things to do the Tiensurei has a
right to Issue licences To control him
we must get public opinion with us
We must get up delegations to nslr him
to stop gianting licenses.
"Theie Is also a vast uinount of II
licit selling Wo must get at that..
'We can also nelp In other ways
This fan, we 'will have an election
The candidates will want our votes
and they will be told that they will not
get them unless they put out plans lu
"We must first cut down the I'quoi
tralllc. then wo will go Into politics
nnd see that good men nio elected
men who will piotctt us from tho evils
An Tappan Tannatt offeicd a usj
1'illon which was slightly amended
!" Mr. Moses NakulLa. tt leads ns
lol'cws- "It Is tho sense of thin ineft
In;.' thut no inoro liquor lleeiibon b'j
ciiii.'ed In tho I'enliiv-t of iin.r.u
The motion was unnnlmousls- udopti d,
whereafter the meeting ad) intc
The program for tun meeting ol tho
cotventlon this afternoon an i evening
Is as follows
4 p m Uuslness Mtn's Co-ifeiencc,
Castle & Cooke's nsjombly hall. Hon
F J Lowrey, presiding. 'Tho Pur
pose ot tho Government, ' Gov. San
fold n. Dole, "Tho SaToon Fiom a
Uuslness Standpoint " MessrB W A.
Ilowen and E W. Campbell, "Prison
Statistics and Experiences, Wllllnm
Henry, warden Oahu Prison
7 3(7 p m Evening Assembly; Y
M. C. A hall; Superintendent W II
Rice, presiding opening exercises,
duet. "The Reautlful Shore." Mrs A
H, Otis. Mrs. G. M. Wmtney; address,
"The Saloon and Law," Hon, W R.
Other evening meetings will be
held In the Chinese. Japanese, Port
uguese and Kawalahao Churches.
Committee of Arrangements W. D.
Westerv elt, t. S. Muckloy, MaJ. Wood.
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Ilullders will do well to consult Dow
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nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
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tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repalrt
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65 Queen St. '
valuable real estate
On Friday, January 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, CG Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a fine parcel
of land situated at Puunul above the
bead of Llllha street.
Tho lot lias a frontago of 310 feet
on Puunul road and 200 feet deep, con
taining nn area of 02,000 square fcot.
Property Is but a Bhort distance
(torn tho terminus of tho Llllha street
cars. Is well situated and can bo dl
Ided Into several building lots.
For further particulars apply to
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65 Queen St ,
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