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'ftOLULfcVEKtyO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. t SATURDAY. FEH. 1. 1802,
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SHOT GUN SHELLS
Is quite n largo number anil in tlio hands of good hunters will con
siderably diminish tho bird population of tho Islands. Whllo we have
no gricvanco against tho birds, yet tho above number is the amount
of cartridges we have Just received, and they aro all fresh.
Good ammunition Is one of tho chief requisites to good hunting
and ours is tho best.
E. O. Hall &
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
Every Inch ono pushes off be
yond the normal distance of
twelve Inches, after cyo failure
begins, menus an Inch of danger.
Ninety-nine persons out of a
hundred may do It safely; you
may be tho one who can't.
Those having tho best eyes
when old ago cornea will bo
those who heed the first call for
Eyes Examined; Glasses Fitted.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch Mid Dinner
Everything first-class. Complete lino
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwaya
H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CHAS. DAVID, Manager
Now Open for BuHlncHB.
Finest of Accommodation.
Fluent of Untiling. I I I
lie Sure to Get Off at i
I t I t Wnlalua Station
RATHS $2.50 per day!
Special Hat cm ly Week op
Month, i i i i t i I I
For further Information address :
IIALHIWA P. O.
EAT POISON !
FIVE DIE IN ONE ROOM
When wo put our now rat
poison on the 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 talcs of
tho mortality among tho rnts.
Ono customer said that flvo
were poisoned In ono room
tho first night It was used.
RATS MUST GO
Is tho well-chosen name of
this new destroyer of rats and
ond mice. A trial will con
vlnco anyono that If rodents
aro to bo exterminated our
poison will do tho work quick
ly and surely.
A large can costs urty
cents. Thcro Is sufficient poi
son to dostroy hundreds of
rats. Isn't It worth this to
free your house, barn or yard
of rats? You know tho Im
Insist on having tho real
RATS MU8T GO.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
TONGS 0 rf
KINO AND FORT.
AGAINST OLD ELEMENT
OF UNITED SOCIETY
But They Met and Elected Officers
Probability That Chinese
Trouble Will End in
The old element of the Chlncso
United Society with Ooo Kim ns pres
ident and I.I Cheung ns secretary, met
In a vacant storeroom on King street
near Nuuami last evening. Tne hall
of the society was closed somewhat
in tho same manner ns St. Andrew's
Cathedral, so It was not possible to
meet there, the olllcers recently elect
ed having been advised of the propos
ed action of tho old element through
publications In the press. On the door
of the hall was n notice which read as
follows: "These rooms aro closed by
order of the president of this society. '
Tne signature was that of Low Tung,
The first business of the evening wns
the rending of the letter of Tiensurcr
Wright and moo Kim then stnted tho
objects of the moo..ng. He said that
since the authorities held there was
no legal nlllcial board of tho society, it
was the duty of the old olllcers to takfl
tip the work again.
The Initiation fee wbb fixed nt $1
and when this had been done. It was
announced that 1.. Alilo would be tno
treasurer pro tern. Tho election of
members was then declared In order.
At the end of an hour, forty-eight mem
bers had been elected. It was then
decided to proceed no furthor with
this part of the business and to take
up other matters. More members
would be elected nt another meeting,
Tho flrBt officials' elected wcro the
fifteen trustees, ns follows: Cheng Meo
King. I.. Ah Kow. Y. Anln, Yeo Chin,
Joseph Ooo Kim, to servo one year;
Lam Toy, 1). I.. Akwal. Cheong I'nk
Shan, Lau Tong. Ylm Quon, for two
years: 1.1 Cheung, Wong lwnl, Chang
Kim. Cliu Ocm, l.cc Dat Shan, for
The officers of the society were then
chosen from among tuo trustees, ob
follows: President, Wong Kwal; vice
president, Cheong Mee Hlng; secreta
ry, 1.1 Cheong; assistant secretary,
Cheung lak Shan; trenttucer, Ylnl
Quon, asslHtuut treasurer, Low Tons
Tho advisory committee wns then
chosen, ns follows: Wong I.eong, Lun
Kal. I-oo Chit Sam. Ho Sun. U. Ah
Keo. C. innm, Liu Shin Chow, C.
Achoy, All Hung. Kau Wing Chew.
Wra. Y. Afong. Chang Chan, Chang
Tim. C. Nglt Kal. Chock Slug.
The elections proceeded very Quiet
ly ssd there was not a single stumbling
block until It came to the appointment
of L, Ahlo on iiio advisory committee.
Ho refused to serve, snylng he wns an
old mnn and that the young men
should take up tho work which ho had
begun about twenty years ago.
Before adjournment Ooo Kim said
the time had como for taking hold ot
tho work of tho society and striving
for peace amid tho people. Thorn was
no longer any reason for a division.
Tho people should have Jno good of
tho whole colony at heart.
There now seems to bo a possibility
that tho olllcers elected lest night bv
tho old element will go to court In an
attempt to wrest tho affairs of th re
dely from the other faction.
THE FAMILY FRIEND.
No remedy hns as good a right to
that tit o as Klckapoo Indian Oil. II
Is good for internal and oxtornul use;
it Is pain's most powerful panacea. Nn
one can say "I won't" have neuralgia,
rheumatism, earache, or any other
acuto pain, but overyono who has a
bottia of Klckapoo Indian Oil In the
houso can say with confidence "1
won't" hnvo nouralgla or any other
pain long, Tho power of this oil over
pain Is marvelous. Toothache, ca
actio, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dlrrnhoea, cholera
morbus, co Ic, cramos. and nil acuto
pntns yield Instantly to it. You aro al
ways proof against pain with a bottl
In tho houso. Hobron Drug Co.
agents for Klckapoo Indian Remedies
A TRIP TO G00NT0WN
a. nl Company of I-uiiny Folktt
BEGINNING SATURDAY EVENING,
CCSIUiVUD SEA t S, 75 cent
IJOX Oi'PICII NOW OPUN.
1. TNmifAAhW'iujSilng minimum.
72, MhinnyTtflrshHum. "fl.
llarometer at 9 a. in. 30.15. Ittslng.
Dew Point G7P.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 76 per cent.
Friday. Jan. 31.
O. S. S. Alameda, Herrlman, from
Schr. Charles Levi Woodbury, from
Am. bk. Kate Davenport, Itosondale.
32 days from Port lllakeley.
Saturday, f'lr.nrv 1.
Am. schr. Umtna Clau'lin, Nickel
Ben. 22 'layR from Kurd;?.
Am. bk. Cnrrollton. Jones, 31 days
rnim Tncoma, nt 10 a. m.
Stmr. Kenuhou. Mosher, from Knual
(.-rts. nt u:35 n. in.
Stmr. Jnmes Makce, Tullett, from
Kauai ports, nt 7:33 a. m.
Stmr. Wnlaleale, I'lltz, from Knual
ports, nt 9 a. m.
Stmr. John Cummins, Searle, from
Stmr. John Cummins, Searle, from
Stmr. Nlihau. mosher, from llnwtt
ports, with 1530 bags sugar. 145 "bun
dles hides, 1(1 bales nnd 1 package sun
dries, at 9:50 a. m.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, trom Hllo
nnd wny ports, with 10C sacks corn,
30 hogs, 17 crates vegetables, 18 1-4
cords wood and 2. packages sundries.
at 12 in.
Friday. January 31.
Stmr. Nocau, Pcderson, for Lahnl
na. Kaanapall, Kuktilhaelc and Hono
kaa, nt 5 p. m.
Saturday, February 1.
Am. sp. George Curtis, Calhoun, for
San Francisco, nt 11 a. in.
Schr. Knwallanl. for Koolau ports.
TO SAIL TOMORROW,
tier. sp. Agnes. Uchrens, for San
From Hllo and wny ports, per stmr.
Klnau, lebruary 1. Hon. M. M. Es
tee, W. n. Mnllng. W. I). King, A.
L. Morris, W. . Stnndeford, Dr. J.
II. East, Dr. C. A. Allcnberger, I.
M. Coulson, R. E. Callahan, O. M.
Dunbar. J. W. Mason, Mrs. O. Omt
tend, Miss M. Omstead, Geo. A. Hind,
Mrs. R. R. Hind, R. II. Long. R. N.
illoyd, II. P. necklcy, Mr. Hogue, E.
I A. Knudsen, J. Atook. W. 11. Craw
ford. T. Akee, Mrs. P. Auld, Hon. J.
K. Prendergnst, Elder A. II. Ilallti
ton. Rev. E. Toklmnsa, F. Vollstadt
I mill I,, tlnnk tinaantipnra
From Kauai ports, per str. Kenuhou
Feb. 1 C. 11. Gray and 2 deck.
Berlin. Jan. 23. Admiral Prlnco
Henry of Prussia selected at tho court
Jeweler's this morning about fifty
presents for Americans with whom lie
will come especially in contact during
his tislt to tho I'nltod States. The
presents Include several gold and sil
ver boxes set with diamonds; they
have tin" Emperor's monogram, encir
cled with diamonds, enameled on tho
lids; beautiful silver cups with "Ho
henzollern" enameied on them; gold
nnd silver cigarette cases, on which
Ills Majesty's nutogrnph Is traced in
small diamonds, nnd small compasses,
encased In gold and silver boxes with
"llohenzollern" enameied on them, be
sides Inrger and more valuable gifts.
A number of culT links, brooches anil
senrfplnu, with tho initial "IP In dia
monds, nre also Included among the
presents. Tho latter are Intended for
less important persons.
OITlcinl secrecy Is maintained ns to
what the Emperor nnd Prlnco Henry
will present toTTio President. Rear Ad-
mlrnl Robley D. Evnns and Miss Alice
Roosevelt, though It is well known
that His Majesty will send Miss Roose
velt n Jeweled bracelet and Prince
Henry will probably offer tno Presi
dent a fine hunting gun with Inter
changeable shot and rlllo imrrels nnd
Its accompany equipment.
The Catholic Mission band will play
the following selections at a concert
Aboard the French cruiser l'rotct Sun
March, Greeting to Bangor Hall
Waltz, La Relno des Vngues
..; .-. . .. 1-afors
descriptive. Ma Blushing UobIo..,.
Fantasle, Mignonctto Rousseau
Hawaiian Trio W. S. Ellis, James
Thompson, Pnt Oleason.
March, Commandant du Molay . . . .
Quickstep, Homo Sweet Homo
Waltz, Valso des Amours ..Lnforo
Fantnsle, Dolorosa Southwell
The star Spang. ed Banner.
By yesterday's mall, A. r Judd re
ceived a letter from C. A. Hartwcll,
dated Cambridge, January 17. 1902,
stating that tho new shell for the
Myrtlo Boat Club has been finished
nnd that tho oars were nearly so. Ths
latter, ton In number, wero bolng mado
by Donohuc, tho best oar-maker In tho
United States and tho man who makes
all tho oars for Yale and Harvard.
Tho shell Is 43 feet long and weighs
a llttlo over . 0 pounds. It Is woll
braced, stiff and strong. Tho builder
Is Davy, tho man who makes all tho
racing boats for Yale and Harvard.
Both shell and oars will bo shipped
around tho horn In ono ot tho steamcra
nt tho Hawaiian-American ino so that
they will bo hero In plenty of time for
the next regatta.
Snn Francisco, Jan. 21. The hark
Albert has again given nn exhibition
of her speed by winning a four-handed
race from Honolulu to San Francisco
by a margin unknown until the other
vessels put In nn nppearance. The
Albert nrrlved yestordav, Just thirteen
days from Honolulu. She left tho Isl
md port In company with tho barken
lines S. O. Wilder, tho Archer nnd the
Omega, none of which has as yet been
sighted. The Albert is famous for
speedy trips, but tho voyago Just com
pleted Is wo record for quite a whllo
The Rev. John tlsborno of St. Clem
ent's chapel will speak In the V. M. C.
A. at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
There will ho a vocnl duet by Messrs.
L. G. Blackmail and Curzon Usborne,
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Wont Column bte I'lie six
YOUNG man would llko to do book
keeping for two or three smnll
firms; references. Address D.. Bul
letin office. 2000-1 w
A THREE DEDROOM COTTAGE for
merly occupied by Mrs. Dlancho
Wntkyns. on Matlock Ave., Is offered
for rent by Henry Wnterhousc & Co.
FOR RENT Cottago No. 2, King
Place, llcrctanln St. Enquire F. 15.
King. Cottage Grove, King St.
TO LET Furnished room, with or
without board; electric lights, etc.
727 Lunalllo St. 2000-lw
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Dcreta
DR. ALBERT E. NICHt-S Dentist;
1154 Alnkea St.; ofTlco hours, 9 to 4.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Ilcrctnnlo Ave.; Tel. Illuc 3531.
PACIFIC LODGE 822, A. F. & A. M.
Special meeting of tho Pacific Lodge
No. S22. A. F. & A. M., Is called for
this evening nt Masonic Temple nt
7:30. Tor the installation of officers.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21
and Lodge le Progres No. 124 nnd all
sojourning brothers nre cordially In
vited. (Signed) II. II. WILLIAMS,
NAHIKU STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Tho adjourned annual meeting of
ti.e stockholders of tho Nnhlku Sugar
Company, Limited, Is called for Fri
day. February 7th. 1902. at 2 p.jn.. In
the room nbovo tho offices of Castle
& Cooko, Ltd., Honolulu.
Secretnry Nnhlku Sugar Co.. Ltd.
Honolulu. January 31st, 1902.
Sealed Tenders will bo received nt
the ofTlco of tho Superintendent of
Public Works until Thursday. Febru
ary fith, nt 1 p. m., for laying curb nnd
constructing sidewalk on Fort street
in front of the Catnol e Cathedral and
bchool. Plan nnd specification on file
in olllco or Superintendent of Public
Tho Superintendent oi i-uoilc Works
does not bind himself to nccept the
lowest or nny niu.
JAMES II. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Sealed cutlers wilt lm rnr,K-n,i i.
tho Superintendent ot Public Works
unui i p. m. or Monday, March 31st,
1902. for fnrnlRhliiL' tin. ilnu-nlim. nn,..
crnment Cnst Iron Pipe. Special Cast
ings. aives, i.eail, Hydrants, and
Specifications mi flln In nmn r
Superintendent of Public Works.
llio Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject am
or all bids.
JAMKS II. BOYD.
Superlnteniient of Public Works.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been duly
uppoinioii Administrator of tho Estate
of Annie Makanul, late of Honolulu,
Island of Onhu. ilnr-onamt ntinA iu
hereby given to nil persons to present
uieir Claims against said Estate, duly
authenticated, whether secured by
mortgage or othcrwlun in il. n.i..
signed at nls olllco on Qiieo-i street,
iiunoHiiii moiesaicl, wltnln six months
trom tho dato of this notice, or they
will be forever barred.
F. W Mf.nilKSMR'.V
Administrator of the Esiu of Annie
Dated. Honolulu. January 31, 190
2000 Feb. 1. 7. 14, 21.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
- .!. M1VJI uj lU II II (If I-
slcneil Arinilnlfltrntnr nf lw nutnia
tho lato If. G. IJInrt, to nil creditors of
Hum CHinio. 10 jireHcnt their claims,
f! Ill V niithnntlrnti.il nml iHti. :, .,..,...
,. ins my nur
or vouchers, If nny exist, oven If the
eiuim i8 secured ny mortgngo upon
rcni estate, to him at Ids resldenro or
nt bin nfTlpn rnnm ini! Ttt.l'.l l...ll.lln.
Honolulu, within six months from this
uaie. or tney will lie forever barred
Dated Honolulu, February 1st. 1902
C It. HEXnSTWAY.
2000 ion. 1, 8. 16. 22; Mar. 1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notlco Is hereby given by tho un
derstand! CKnriltrlY nT thu nulnln f
ho lato James Hydo Pratt, to all cred-
inirs ot wild estate, to present their
"Inlms, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, If any exist, even ir
'he claim Is secured bv mortgngo upon
rCnl estntO. tn tlPr nt lull rualilann.. n..
at tho olllco of her nttorney, C. It. Hem-
enwny. room -nn; Judd building. Ho
nolulu. Oaliu, within six months from
tills (Illln. nr thnv ahnll l.n Inmi'n.
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 1st, 1902.
SOPHIE H. 11. PRATT.
20i;0 Feb 1, S, 15. 22; Mar. 1.
San FrnnclRr,i Tnn oi imWa a...
thur II. Noyes. noted ns having been
mo principal in tno famous Noyes con
tempt trial. Is lying In Mount '.ton Hos-
Pllal In an excmMllncIv nrnrnrlnnn fmi.
dltlon. The physicians who aro at
tending him entertain very llttlo hope
that ho will recover. The Jurist Is suf
fering from hemorrhage or tho lungs.
Induced by tuberculosis. Owing to tho
copious loss of blood his Bystcm has
uvuii greatly weakened.
2 2 AN OPPORTUNITY
J 0(1902 designs In beautiful all-wool
Nothing In our opinion Is more elegant, more serviceable,
moro suited to our climate, for HOUSE or EMPIRE GOWNS,
or for DRESSING SACQUES than thes exquisitely light, yet ex
ceedingly strong, patterns.
Wo call especial attention to the Persian designs, which
are tho latest conceits of tho French weavers, and which are
destined to bo much shown In th3 fashion centres this coming
TWO PRICES ONLY :
The Plain, 50c a yd, The Silk Designs, 90c a yd,
The excellent values we aro olToilng In handsome rockers win
prove interesting to the housokcepe: and our assortment of styles
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending I-uputture Dealers.
are you going to the
calico masque ball ?
The coming charity ball Is going ta b a tremendous success.
Kverybody and his sister will be ther so gt In line, lue proceeds
go to the Honolulu Eye and Ear Inftrmaiy
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, IN THE DRILL SHED.
Tickets for sale in all the stores, S2.00 each, get your tickets early
SUNDAY MORNING'S BULLETIN
complete record of to-diiy'a
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Municipal Gov't a Necessity,
Comparison with the government of New Mexico.
ALL THE LATEST NEWS TO THE HOUR.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate tnido with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purcnased or ordered of thum. free of all charges
for transposition to Honolulu or returnlug some to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
Init the Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Murkot & Post KtH 6. F.
Illustrated CATAI.oauc and prlros furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo hnvo the lnrg est manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of Now York City, aud are prepared to
furnish special designs.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
We have never had a better
stock of furniture than at this
ttme, and It wilt please us to
have you come and seo It. Not
to buy but to look. You can
buy next time.
65 Queen St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St
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