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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., SUNDAY, FEB. 16, 1802. ' '
IBg ' Fraternal Directory!
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Pacific Lodge Stated.
Le Progres First Degree.
Chapter Pat Matter.
Chapter Order of Temple.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Rose Croix 15th 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 7:30
la Harmony Hall, Kins street.
H. McKECHNY, N. 0.
E. It. 11ENDUY, (secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
II. J. GALLAGHER, C. a
A. E. MUla'HY, K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7:30, Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
ing brothers cordially Invited.
F. V. DUNN, C.C.
ED. C. ALDHICH,
K. of II. & S.
We have constantly on hand a
fine line of
Alaska and Star Refrigerators,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Rubber Hose,
Paints and Oils.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., Ltd
816 FORT ST.
HONOLULU, H. T.
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines aro mado spark
ling when mixed with " "
white rock water
Thoy are. In this way, given a
zest and life, unequaled except
by the best champagne. Tlio
diner out or the gentleman who
must entertain much at lilt) club,
will do well to note that tho ta
ble will bo supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
place on tho wlno list of tho
most exclusive clubs in America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Ball Banquet In
'Washington. Tho palato of epi
cures Is gratified to tho utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
When You Want a Rig
RlNO UP THB
LIVERY BOARDING and
5 : : : : Bis fort street
Stable 'Phone, 109 Main.
Hack Btand, 'Phones 319 and 72
C. H. BELLINA.
Draye for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
Ing steamers from tho Coast, and w
chock baggage on all outgoing steam
ers. WblU and Black Sand For Salt
Offlco with Evening Bulletin, 21(
King street. Tel 86.
W. LARSRN. H'd'r
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Trl. White 1221
P. O. Box 553
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches,
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
Is Loaded Up With
Scotch Shortbread; Cakes, all bIzcs,
prices and styles; Ties, Just llko your
mother used to make; Cookies, Maca
roons; Lady Fingers; Cream Puffs;
and all this dainty styles suitable lor
tlio well-furnlshcd tabic
Tons of Puro Candy, from cheap
grade for children, up t J better grades.
For 60c wo can furnish you a box of
Delicious Candles worth a dollar elsewhere.
IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
FOR SALE !
AT MAKIKI -
New two-story house.
Elctrlc lights; stablo
for 3 horses and car
riage. Modern sani
tary plumbing. Ce
ment sidewalk. Near
Electric Car Line.
506-507 Stancenwald Bid
fancy ones but
at fancy prices
29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
tulfcn. My work Is
ot the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
Madame A. Sclioellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8L,
lpp. Adventlst Church.
505, Corner of Beretanla Ave. and Punch
All Work Done By Hand,
Lace Curtains, Slllt and Glove Cleaning a
AKADIC & CO.
Motor, Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safo Work of All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
Subscribers to tlio BULLETIN
net receiving their papers promptly
will confor a favor by notifying tho
Businr&s Ofllco; Telephone 250.
MAY BE STORMY ONE
Expulsion of Band's New Leader May
Restore Harmouy and Peace
At 7:30 o'clock this evening the
members of the Concordia club will
hold what Is likely to be a stormy
Kor somo time past trouble has been
brewing among thV members of that
society, which Is n social and musical
organization, Connected with It is the
Concordia band nnd the Youth's Dra
matic club. The former organization
was formerly affiliated with the Cath
olic Mission but for some time past
lias severed all connection with tho
church nnd has been running in oppo
sltlon to the Catholic Mission band.
A few weeks ago, the members of
tho Concordia brought all their In
fluence to bear upon one of the mem
bers of the Mission band nnd Induced
him to Join their organization, there
by creating bad feeling between the
two bodies. Some das afterwards,
the new recruit of the Concordia band
was elected president, nnd very soon
trouble began for the organization.
The climax came on Thursday of last
week when the president of the Con
cordia band requested the president of
the Youth's Dramatic club to vacate
the rooniB of the society.
As the two social organizations nre
branches- of tho same society, each re
fuses to gle way to the other, and
both organizations have a large num
ber of followers.
What might have proved n serious
affroy was narrowly averted on Friday
night, and It was decided that a gen
eral meeting of tho mother organiza
tion would be called for this evening
to 3cttle the differences. The Youth's
Dramatic club and n majority of tho
members of the Concordia club have
decided that nothing short of the ex
pulsion of the new leader of the band
w 111 restore peace nnd harmony nmong
The leader has marshalled all his
forces and a lively time Is expected for
10 GET Ur OF DEBT
All those Interested In the splendid
work ot tho Y. M. C. A. should peruse
carefully, ond act on, fhe following
Dear Friend' You are doubtless
fully aware of the efforts and labor of
the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion In our midst, and tho work It Is
currying forward among tho young
men of this community.
It has been the custom of tho officers
of tho Association to closo each fiscal
year freo of debt.
Our expenses and budget for the cur
rent year havo been unusually large,
owing to repairs and Improvements,
mostly necessitated by sewer connec
tions, which entailed an unlooked for
The Finance Committee finds It will
require 12500 to complefe tlio year's
obligations, and desires to rnlse the
amount beforo tho close of the year.
ending March 31st.
Ab tho friends of tlio Association
havo always come to our nsslstanco In
tho past, when appealed to, we now
appeal to their generosity to aid us In
the present circumstances, and Hhall be
pleased to receive your subscription to
enable us to closo this year out of debt
and to carry forward the good work
the Association Is engaged In with In
creased vigor and strength.
Very truly yours, on behalf of tho
Y. M. O. A.,
J. II. ATIIKRTON,
F. J. LOWREY,
i:. A. MOTT-SM1TH.
WALTER C. WEEDON.
CHAS. H. ATIIERTON,
J. I'. COOKE.
Tho Finance Committee.
N. II. Subscriptions can be made to
any member of the Finance Commltteo
or to tho General Secretary of the As
soclatlon. IK THE I
nt m m
The last game of tho Indoor batiebull
scries wus played last night In tho Y.
M, C. A, gymnasium, In the presence of
a largo crowd of people.
It was undoubtedly the closest and
most exciting gamo of the scries und,
until the beginning of the eighth Inn
Ing 'tho result wns 11 toss-up, ns both
teams were Improving in their battln
nnd general play.
In tho eighth Inning the Husluosa
Men mudo several tuns, making the
scoro 20 tol2. In tho ninth D. MiCnr-
riston, of tho Made Ulmns, scored
three runs by n well placed lower, but
could not save the day. Tho decision
was given In favor of the llusluess
Men with a 20-15 score.
The store by Innings was us follows
1 2 3 I 5 fi 7 8 !l
Uusiness Men U 2 332307 020
Mallo lllmas .01002501 313
Tho result of luu excnlng's game
leaves three teams tied for the flrsi
place; tlio Made lllmas, lluslness Men
and Evening (Muss.
Fred Young umplicd the game, and
the line-up was as follows:
Mallo Hlmns II. McCorrlston, I).
Fnlvey. J Clark J. Mnrcalllno, A.
Ulackman. II Claik. O Desha, A. Mnr
callinn. Business Men (J Wiitcrhouse, K
Atherton, F Merger J. Waterhouse,
A. T. Ilrock, E II Clark, c II. Cooke.
Selecting Team to Play
In the Inter-Island
MEMBERS OF FIRST
ACT AS COACHES
Thirds Win Decided Victory Over
Seconds By Score of 4 1-2 Goals
To One-Half -Horses of Two
Tho second of tho practlco polo
games which will result In tho selec
tion of a first and second team to play
In tho Inter-Island tournament, took
place in Kaplolanl I'nrk yesterday af
ternoon the gamo being played be
tween the second and tho third team
with the following llnc-up:
Second team waterhouse 1, Judd 2,
Hancock 3 and Atkinson back.
Third team Carter nnd Erdman 1,
C. W. Dickey 2, R. W. Shlnglo 3 and
Judgo Perry back.
Chns. Dole acted as referee and Ceo.
Angus as umpire. Doth teams were
coached by members of the first team.
Game of Four Periods.
The game was played In four periods
of ten minutes duration each. Of tho:
third team Cushman Carter played one
during the first two periods, anil John
P. Erdman during the two last oncit.
The third team won a decided vic
tory ocr the second team the final
scoro being, third team. 4V4 goals ,to
tho second teams V4 goal. The points'
were mado ns follows: For the third
team Cnrtcr made one goal, Dickey ono
and Shingle 2, while tho team was
awnrded 4 goal on a foul. Tho third
team was awarded Its half goal by Per
ry's fouling Wnterhouso.
Fair Team Work.
Doth sides showed a fair display of
team work although that of the third
team showed itself to be the most suc
cessful. Hancock made a brilliant play
carrying the ball from the center of
tho field up towards his opponents'
goal, a shot for which he missed by a
nnrrow margin. Carter mado a flno
goal on a ball which was passed to
him by Perry from a scrimmage. He
carried It up towards the goal which
he secured by a flno shot. Shingle's
last goal was a beauty. He carried the
ball over about three-quarters of the
field and Anally sent It through goal by
a fine long drive.
Atkinson nnd Wntcrliouse both had
tumbles. Atkinson's horse slipped on
a turn and fell with Its rider to tho
ground. Waterhouse ran Into Dickey
throwing both rider nnd mount, but In
neither case did any harm result.
Society Out In Force.
A large number of tho elite of Hono
lulu attended tho gamo as usual,
among them being tho following: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Edgar Halstead, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Waterhouse, Mrs. M. SI. Scott,
Sirs. Richard hers, Sliss Marlon Scott.
SIlss .Mary Damon, Sliss Slary Wlddl
field, Mr. nnd Sirs. Douglas SIcIlryde,
Mrs. Albert Judd, SIlss Julia Hartwell.
Sir. and Sirs. C. H. Dickey. SIlss IIcllc
Dickey, Sirs. Grace Dfckey Water
house. SIlss Alice Jones, Oco. Fuller,
Sirs. Slary Slott-Smlth lilrd, Percy
Ilenson, Dr. and Sirs. J. II. Rayhond.
of Plupalakua, .Maul; Sirs. Frceth, Sirs.
Cummins, Sir. nnd Sirs. J C. Cohen,
SIlss Warren. SIlss Milan Ilacon, Dr.
SIcAdory. Southward Hoffman. Uyron
Halrd, Chus, Teaff, Horace Craft, U. a.
Holt, A. Lewis. Jr., Clarence Smith,
Geo. Angus, Clms. Dole, Governor S. II.
Dole, Misses Ward, Sir. nnd Mrs. W. H.
Smith. Sirs. Geo. H. Harris. Onvcr
Johnson. Sir. nnd Sirs. Paul Iscnberg,
Mr. nnd Sirs. W. A. Kinney. Frnnk
Andrade, I.orrln Andrews und other.'
tift nw IS
.Manila, Feb. 2. Manila Is Intensely
Interested as to what action Con
gress will tnko concerning T,a Phil
Ipplno Islands. Ordinary local politics
havo been forgotten nnd two parties
havo been formed tho optimists nnd
tho pessimists. Somo believe that Ufa
and property nre unsafe outside ot
the towns of tho Islands, whllo others
ridicule this Idea and declare life and
property to bo In no danger.
Criticisms of tho statement of civil
Governor Tart that he believed 15.0UU
men would be sufficient to garrison tho
Islands In a year aro plentiful, yot the
majority of the business men, who
aro financially Interested In the prov
Inces nnd consequently claim excep
tional opportunities for feeling the
pulso of tho people, say that Governor
General Taft Is right on ono condition
only that being that Congress acts
for tho benefit of tho Philippines.
Captain Frank Green, president ol
the Amorlcnn Chamber of Commerce
here, says ho fully believes that Civil
Governor Tuft's forecast could bo real
ized If Congicss would arrange to
open tho country to mining and homo
stead laws and to enlargo tho forestry
reserved. Should this legislation I)'.'
effected an act by the Philippine Com
mission granting franchises would fol
low, and Amorlcnn capital In large
ouantltlqs, ns well as many American
mlncis nnd homestead seekers, would
tome to tho Islands,
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and roBldencns
Itullders will do well to consult Dow
ers In regard to watchmen.
Office and Residence, School 8treet.
P, O, Box 284; Tel. White 3691,
mm in in
NODODY BELIEVES IN
THE WILCOX MEASURE
Commissioner Boyd and Sam Parker
Advise Interior Depaitment
Against Its Adoption
' By Congress.
(Special Correspondence of the
Washington, Feb, 1. The Hawaiian
Innd bill, Introduced by Delegate Wil
cox at the opening of this session of
Congress, Is not going to receive tho
approval of tho Interior Department,
and without that approval it will not
receive much consideration from Con
gress. The Land Offlco In the Interior
Department has spent a good deal of
time In the examination ot the bill. It
has gone over It with Colonel Parker,
who was called Intp consultation as a
land expert, and now Mr, Boyd, the
official In charge of public lands In
Hawaii, has arrived hero nnd today
had a long conference with the Interior
Department officials about the bill.
The officials say, after full consider
ation of the bill, that It Is nil wrong.
As ono of them put It this evening:
"It begins wrong, ends wrong nnd Is
wrong In the middle. The bill will
never do at all. Nobody seems to sup
port It except Sir. Wilcox. Sir. Parker
docs not like It, Sir. Iloyd docs not llko
it, and wo do not llko it."
The official went on: "I doubt If It
will be possible (or Congress to pass
a public lands bill for Hawaii at this
session of Congress, because the In
formation for framing such a bill Is not
at hand. We do not know In this De
partment what sort of a bill we should
be at liberty to recommend, for we am
without romplcto Information regard
ing the public lands of Hawaii."
He 1 suppose It's hard for a girl to
get Into the woman bachelors' club?
She O, no; there arc always vacan
cies. The members are gcttlbg mar
ried all the time. Judge
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COLOGNE, SOAPS and TOILET
We can recommend them.
Hollister Drug Go.
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Best Insurance In the World
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
MONUMENTAL C0rt LTD
Tel. 287 Main. 176 King 8treeL
The vnlentlnc left at his door
Brought happiness and cheer
It came within a case and was
A case of PRIMQ BEER.
Kvcryono enjoys It and tho brain
and musclo-bulldlng properties aro
a household necessity. It you would
havo a healthful, puro bevcrago, order
a caso from tho browcry.
TEL. MAIN 341.
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Our 1 1 fill t and medium weight Road Wnfjons are
winners. We are headquarters for rubber tire
vehicles with pneumatic, cushion or solid rubber
tires. The numerous styles at our Repository
Includes a lull line ot Delivery and Express Wagons
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
IS6 Mer.chnnt St., next to 6tnnenwntd Building.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Freeh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
(f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR 6ALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
C J, DAY & CO.
122 King St., neit
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re
ports made tor any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constructions
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electrlo and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways. Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Reports U
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. a .,
' Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CABTLB JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
F. J. Russell n. M. Watson
RUSSELL S WATSON,
Offlcei Magoon Building.
2001-lm 'Phono Main 328.
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Renved to Room 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A LAW,
Jfflco Bethel 8t, Near tho Postofflce.
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ico Creams and Water lojs.
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City,
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
has removed to tbo
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho storo formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.
to Bulletin Office.
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DISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaliu Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFflAN & flARKHAn.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A, WENNER, Manager,
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Bathing. Be Sure to Get
Off at Waialua 8tatlon.
RATES J2.50 per day,
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
dresfl HALEIWA POSTOFFICE.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Rstato In
all parts of tbo group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
10 WE8T KINO 8TREET.
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