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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTJM). II. t.. SATURDAY, FED. 16, 1902.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE1 WANTS
65 Queen St.
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Want Column Si-e Page Mx
p m , m
EXPERIENCED dry goods salesman
wants poult Ion Address 0 G, this
office 2072 3t
Jo it i
THE CLEVELAND BICYCLE represents nil n good biiclo should.
Easy running, strong, durable nnd bcautlfull) nnlshcd At our price
There la no other wheel In competition.
E. O. Hall &
HAWAIIAN QUARTERS NOT
Greatest Dinger from United States
Coinage Counterfeited in
Pure Silver Type
An article In a lot.il contemporary
the other da) represented Unit them
was a prevalent belief In the existence)
of ,i considerable circulation of coun
terfeit Hnwalan quarter doll.irH
K. 1 Spalding, cashier of the Hank
of ClauH Sprcckels t Co , taken nu
stock In nnj such belief Me called :i
llulletln rcpurter Into the bank jester
da) afternoon and showed him a curl
oui assortment of countcifelts of sit
ter and nickel coinage, while giving
Interesting talk on eouutii felting In
cneral Mr Spalding also showed tb
torklng of a coin detector ail ingeni
ous little Instrument about the l7c of
a base hill umpire s register
"It Is strange that an)bod should
lie at the trouble of counterfeiting flo
tent nickels for the little there Is in
It." said the cashier as he sliced tuo
rim of u ltaden counterfeit One piece
he showed, however, which might
prove dangerous when new nmongst
a. pile of the genuine. It being gilded
so as to look like n five dollar piece.
"There has been er) little counter
feiting of Hawaiian quarters," Mr
Spalding bald. ' It has been piactlccd
altogether by some Japanese at llllo,
and the product Is ver) clinic and
"United Stntes sliver coin counter
feits aro apt to be dangerous They
may be made of pure sliver and still
yield quite a profit of fifty per cent
Here is an excellent Imitation." and
the cashier showed nn American dol
lar that might easily pats with tho
genuine coinage "The spurious char
acter of a coin like this can bo most
rcadll) detected In the milling, which
I made by tho die In the genuine mint
ing but done with a flic In the bogus
article " The milling Is the fine cog-
lieel-liko marking of the rim of a
"These base metnl counterfeits of
iflvcr coinage are made of t)pe metal.
Placed In tho detector these generally
proved deficient In weight nnd faulty
In measurement Many of thorn could,
however, be detected on close Inspec
tion by the slightest comparison with
a genuine coin of like denomination
Bulletin. 7V per month.
TUESDAY, February 18th,
The Hawaiian Dramatic Society
"THE ROMANCE OF ELISE,"
TIclcctH, SI. 00, 75c. nnd 50c.
Box Plan Wall, NIcIiuIh.
Doom, 7.30 t Introduction, 8. 1(5.
, Tired ?
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT
The great Invlgorator and tonle
It Is what tho nursing mother needs
It Is what tho otllco worker needs
It Is what tho worklngman needs
It Is what oerybod) needs who is
tired, weak or depressed
It stimulates brain and body
Order It at onco; that tired feeling
will not wear off without help, and
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT Is the best
possible, help you can have
Get tho genulno, take no substitute
25c per Bottle; $2.50 per Dozen.
Hooron Drug Go,,
TALK 1 EASE COINS PROBABLYJOTAL LOSS
SEEMS TO BE NO HOPE
FOR THE LOST CONDOR
Sea Continues to Yield Evidences of
ors Cap and Provision
t'nless some of the crew of the miss
ing llrltlsh war vessel Condor have
been riscued by passing vessels, 1. !
almost certain that they have all
perished. Since the Uncling of one ol
the vessels boats, the sin has con
tinued to give up evidence of dRu.ci
to the vessel
Recently the torn beak of n sailor's
rap and the top of a provision lxi,
such as Is used In the lliltlsh Nn,
weie plckid up on the beach at deacon
Hill Turk. Victoria's pleasure ground.!
nnd while steaming down to Victoria
from Alhernl the Queen Clt) which ar
rived nt Victoria on the 5th Inst pass
ed a studding-sail boom floating about
four miles out at sea and about six
miles or thereabouts to the south of
Cupc Reale, where the lighthouse
murks the entrance to Ilarkley sound
Ah there nre very few sailing craft, or
other vessels, for that matter, other
than the warships which c.inj stud
dlng-sall booms among their gear the
trend of opinion Is that the floating
studding-sail boom which was being
tossed shoreward In the heavy sins of
this afternoon came from the long-
It was about thirty or fort) feet
long nnd was either scraped bright or
painted a light yellow It was easily
seen from the Queen Clt). nnd that
vessel's officers b.i) that there were nu
heel ropes attached, the) having evi
dent!) been carried away In color
size nnd generally the description
might fit the gear of a vvnishlp Wheth
er the Condor carried such studding
sail booms could not be learned to
night Tho lifeboat of the Cundoi which
was found by the Ahousset Indians on
Januai) G, with the gripes still on It
and evci) thing pointing to the fait
that it had been swept fiom the davits
Is on board the American cutter Giant
in cording to advices received from
Aliousset b) the Queen Clt) The
(liant called at tho west port shnrtl)
after the Queen Clt) reported the find
nn her lust trip and seemed the boat
from the Indians The Giant then left
I for the northwest coast, making culls
I at a number of ports. She Is expected
to arrive at any time on her vv.i) back
I from her cruise.
I No news was received of the llrltlsh
.survey steamer Egcrln, which Is also
engaged In the search for the misting
Condor, nor was she reported at im
port of call along tho crnst It M
thought that she Is stnndlng nut to ret
nnd scouring the watirs of the en-
, tiancu to the straits
1 San Franc In o Feb I 1.10ng the
officers nnd crew of the missing lliltlsh
J sloop of war Condor are a number of
'survivors of the earlier fights rf the
I llrltlsh-Iioer war In South Af-ha Ser
1 gcant of Mnrines Edgson who is Hie
schoolmaster on board, was the only
ono of his Bectlon of the navul Lilgado
to survive the battlo of Traspm He
was beriously wounded and was late
ly convalescent when ordered to the
Condor Ho has a wife and family In
Scotland Captain Llbby of Seattle,
from whoso office emanated the iheny
that the Condor and Mntteawan col
lided declares the probability of such
an occurrence to bo slight. He thinks
It most unlikely that the .Mitt'awnn
"If the Condor was In collls'on with
anything," he Is reported ns having
said, "t was moro likely tho llrltlsh
(hip Red Rock, which our tug Homo
towed to sea November 29 "
The schooners Allco Kimball and
Mol Wnhlue width were held here
yesterday on account of unfavorable
weather sailed this morning
GRAND EXCURSION and PICNIC
TO KALIHI PARK PAVILION
TIclcctH $1, (iiImlHKlon to ftrounclH
Transportation Moth Wnyn
Wed n id ay
IO ) 4 t)
iiiuua i 1 1
II i J
First quarter of tho moon on tho
l&th at t 27 a. m.
Tides from tho United States Const
nnd Qcodetlc Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knhuhil nnd Hllo occur
about nn hour earlier ihnn at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Orecn wclh time, being
mat of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whlstlo -ows nt 1:30 p. m., which
is tho sarao as Greenwich, On Ora.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for 8an Francisco will And thorj
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Olllco located In tho Merchants' Ex
cbnngo, where Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho worlJ.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather llureaii, I'unalinu, Fobruiry
IS Tempernturc Morning minimum,
"9, Midday maximum, "2.
Ilnrometer at 9 n. m 30 01. Rising.
Dew I'olnt &0F.
Humidity nt 9 a m r2 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 1",. Weather clear, wind light
Friday, 1'ebiuary il
Schr Concord, Mnna. from P.-inullo,
Saturday, February in
P M 8 8 China, Frlele, from Snn
Stmr. Maul. Dennett, from Maul
Am. sp Emily F. Whitney. Drlgman,
11) clays from Snn Francisco
Saturday, Pebiuar) IT,
Am lik llesper, Svenscn, foi Free
Sihr Alice Kimball, Garland for
Schi Ka Mol, for I'aaullo
P M S 8 Peru, l'lllsbur) lor San
Piantlsco nt 4 p m
I M S S. China. Frlele for tin
Orient, at 5 a m.
From San Franlsco, per P M S S
China February IK For Honolulii--Mlss
I Auott, D L UIIbs Jr. P
Duff). Mrs II. I) Green, Dr F II
lIumphrlR and servant. .Mm F H
Humphris. Thos. Knnwles. J. W On
diowe, I! I,. Rell). W. P. Thomas
lit I.e Routllller, wife and tw fotis,
iMIsh R Scherff. .1 Schmidt .1 11
I Vollmer Mrs C. Iloettchcr and dnugli
iter I. P Closson, Miss Ed'tli Clos
bon. Miss N McMurtrle, W T
Hkulpe. Mrs I. Tuzo. MIi.h II I,
Tuzo For Yokohama Lieut F
Daughter Itnbcit Climel". Vis Ill's
Dubois Dr C W Gulloupi-, Mlsa
M llamagurhl, Mailer Wul.er Hi In
Mist) II Ichlmura, l.uuuai 1 Joseph,
Kcv. F W. Kennedy Mis. K W
Kennedy nnd Infant, Miss Hilda Ken
tied), Master I. K-'iinely. I. lout. A.
I, Ke) Mis A L Key, Rev. I lurry
Mottctt Mrs Hour) Mctictt S Oda
gnkl Mis S Odagakl l.le'j I I.
Ro)S, II lt)rlc, Comninnlcr V.'md,
D E. Stone, Surgeon U. It Wolm,
Cling. C. Williams. Rear Amiurnl F
Mlbles For Shanghai E. P. H.vii-i
Jr, .Mrs E. P llr)an Jr, Rov (1 It.
Duvis W E Gitt), Rov E. J I.03
E It l.yman. Miss I. M UollcMtnne,
For Hongkong Mrs. Adam IJell. A
1,. Ileruhelmcr, Miss E. Cnrmrin. (In.
A Chrlstcson. Miss . Clirlsteson, II
A Gelsendorfer. Mrs. David Gieeuc,
J II Pope. .Mrs J 11 Pope A D
Rodgurs, Albert Simon, A W. Thoin
Hon. Dr O S Townscnd.
From the Orient, per P M 8 S
Peru, February H J Drown anil J-'-'
For the Oilent. per P M S 8 t'h'
nn Februar) IB, at 0 0 m E M
Griffith, T Paul. .1. Redman and
wife, S Smith, R Redmunn in I
wife. II F Dutton and wi:e. Miss
(lortrudo Dutton, 50 Chines- mid i,
As all the games of tho first series of
the Y M C A handball tournument
have not bee-n pln)ed off )et, the sie
ond seilcs, which will he phi)ed 11 t n
winners of the mutches of the tlrst m
rles, hns been postponed for .1 fev
days Tho definite date foi tho begin
nlng of the second series will he given
out later No full mutch has been ala)
ed during tho lust few days but Die
first g.imo of the match between Tom
Evnns and F. R, Lubeck has been pitt
ed, with the score 21-3 in favor of
The Juniors nre also having n tnui
nnment now, tho following entries hav
ing been made- Charles Wmren vs.
Paul Smith, W Ledercr vs W. II.
Smith, M. Alvarez vs. H. Klnslen- Can
Oss vs. Verne Hanks nnd Jim Not' vs
The following matches have alujily
been played off Chns, Wouen vs.
Paul Smith, won by Smith Willi tho
scores 21-3 nnd 21-0; M. Alvuiez Vh,
II. Klnslen, won by Klnslei with the
Bcotes 21-10 nnd 21-5, and Carl Oss vs.
Verne Hanks, won by Osj with the
bcores 21-17 nnd 21-14
Ladles aio Invited to attend the
howling alley In the Metropulu bull I
ing this evening when the finals nlll be
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residences
lllllhlnra will An wall in .nnanlt Tlnu;.
ers In regard to watchmen.
Office and Residence, 8chool Street
P. O. Box 284; Tel. White 3691.
FOR RENT Cottngo on South St ;
six rooms modern Improvements,
$20 Honolulu Investment Co, Judd
llldg 2072 tt
To Whom It May Concern:
All persons having business with
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY COMPANY, LTD., will plenso
take notice that L. K. Ken tu ell Is
not, nor has he ever been, Manager
of the said Corporation, nnd all thoso
who have dealings with tho said Cor
poration will transact tho same at tho
Corporation's Office, room 4, McInt)ro
Ilulldlng ns heretofore.
THE HAWAIIAN REATLY AND MA
TURITY CO, LTD.
11) P. II. I1URNETTE.
Secretary nnd Director.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed Administrator of tho Estate
of James It Estill, Into of Honolulu,
Oahti. deceased, hereby gives notice
to all persons having claims against
the said estate to present the snmc to
the undersigned within six months
from the date of tho first publication
of this notice or they will be forever
Honolulu February 14. 1902.
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
Admlnlstintor of Estnto of James R
2072 Feb 15. 22. Mar 1. 8.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8.
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed Administrator of the Estntc
of tho late Sarah Catharine Dickson
Pratt, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
hereby gives notice to nil creditors of
tho deceased to present their clnlms,
duly authenticated, nnd with tho prop
cr vouchers. If nny exist, even if the
claim Is secured by mortgago upon
real estate, to him at his residence or
place of business, to-wlt nt the office
of the Hoard or Health. Kapulwa build
Ing, In Honolulu, within six months
from this date, or within six montui
from tho dny they fall due, or the)
shall he forever barred, nnd the satd
Administrator will not bo authorized
to pay them
JOHN S D PRATT,
2072 Feb 15 22. Mar 1, 8, 15
Will be received by the Superintend
ent of Public Works until 1 p. in on
Mondny, February 21th. 1902, for con
structing Drainnge Ditch for Kcwalo
Plans nnd specifications on file in
office of Supcilntendent of Public
The Superintendent docs not bind
himself to accept tho lowest or any
bid JAMES II. IIOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works
Niinnnu Chapter, No. 1, Rose Croix,
will meet In tho Masonic Temple this
evening nt 7-30 oeloek Work In the
fifteenth degree Visiting brothers nro
Why you should
MESSRS. WHITNEY A MARSH
announce the third annual opening
of Spring Shirtwaists for Monday,
February Seventeenth, tho exhibition
to continue throughout tho week.
This offering, for variety of
st)le, elegance and originality of
design, nnd perfection of workmanship
fnr surpasses nnythlng heretofore
undertaken. The materials cover a
wide range of fabrics, from rich
embroidered Swisses nnd Habutli
Silks to tasteful Lawns, tho
trlmmlngH nlwnyR In perfect harmony,
while the W & M. popular prices
Orders are welcome, hut )ou
nre Just as welcome to merely look.
1045 FORT ST.
The new 1902 designs In WALL PA
PERS are particularly pleasing. The
best of art hns been worked into wall
decorations and there Is Individuality
In the patterns Uest papers at the
" r A 9 C. BERETANIA ST"
Jt3JLll,rLrf - NEXT TO EMMA
A Inige American manufn
one In Honolulu who Is in po
Wntch. Clock and Jewedry
sldcrcd except that of somo
representing American manul
given to nny one who Is enga
carrying stock, etc. The busl
a lino of samples, from whlcn
peel direct from the factory.
less accompanied by full ex
pllcnnt's business, and full nn
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office.
The committee In charge of tho
valentine soclnl which will bo given
tonight by the Y W C A havu been
busy this morning decorating tha
rooms of the Association with green
nnd flowers. Tho committee ronr'ls
of Mrs. Philip rrcnr Mrs Albeit
Haas and Miss May nurdlek l'ho so
Mai will take place tonight at 8 n clock
BECAUSE, aside from containing all the latest
news, including Church topics and Saturday's
Sports, the following articles and stories will
Three on an Island in iiie Southern Pacific
China's Ideas on Exclusion and Its Effects
- Does Hawaii Need a Sugar Refinery ? -Woman's
Views on Municipal Government
Hints for the Kitchen
In the Garden of Love
What the Bride Never Knew
Phases in the Life of the Sultan of Turkey
cturer desires to ariangc with some
sltlou to represent their lino to tho
Trade No application will he con
engaged solely In tho business of
acturers. The agency would not be
ged In business for his own account,
ness would be conducted by carrying
orders could bo secured, to bo Bhlp
No applicant would bo considered un
planatlon as to tho nature of tho ap
Boer Commander Captured.
Matjesfonteln, Cape Colony, Feb 7,
Lourcnz Rasmus, better known un
der the name of Commandant Marals
has been captured In the neighborhood
of Iangcsburg Marals was the leader
of the Doers who operated In tl.o
Zwartkop In 1899
Lease ofTaro Land
OK SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under tho
will of Iiernlco P. Dlshop, tho leaso
of that valuabla taro land sltuato at
Kaakaukukul, Pauoa Valley, and con
taining an area of 8 35-100 cres.
Term of lease, 1G years from April
Upset net annual rental, $600, pay
able quarterly In advance.
For full particulars apply at tho of
fice of tho Bishop Estate, 77 Merchant
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE IF LAND
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under the
will of Iiernlco P. Dlshop, tho leaso of
that valuable land known as Puaa 1st,
sltuato at North Kona, Hawaii, and
containing an area of 859 acres.
Term of leaso, 21 years from May
Upset net annual rental, (500, pay
able quarterly In advance.
For full particulars apply at the of
fice of tho Dlshop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jas. F. Morgan.
85 Queen St