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SUNDAY DULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., SUNDAY. PEt). 16, 1902.
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GUESTS ARE MATCH FD
BY HEARTS OF PAPER
Shooting, Guessing Contest, Singing
and a Story About February
Saint Help Pass Time
The Y. V. C. A. gave
party last evening which was ono of
the prettiest nnd most successful af
fairs of the season
The rooms of tho Association in th.
Boston building bnd been prettily dec
orated with (lowers and evergreens ni.d (
hundreds of red hearts, hanging across
the rooms, added to th picturesque
ness of the scene.
At tne door of the Association tho
guests wcro received by Madeleine
and Henry Ilurnett. dressed ns Cupids,
and received from them parts of pnp-r
hearts. The oung people weio lull of numbers that ho hadn't the time to
the spirit of tho occasion, and tho settlo all their little difficulties and
evening was one which will bo Ion; 'disputes. Seeing this, and feeling sor
remembered as full of fun and gaiety ( ry that any child should go away from
After the parts of the hearts had nlm iiucomforted, ho asked them to
bnen duly matched tho couples pro-'him unsigned saying that he would
t ceded to throw arrows at a target kurn them and tho smoke would cairy
lepreBcntlng a big heait. Prizes woi: the little messages to their destln.i
given fur the best marksmen ns fo! tlons.
lows: J When the good man died, It became
Klist prize A box of candy: Miss the fnshlon for little ihlldren to sn-l
McElroy and Mr. Tracy. Second prize tokens of love to each other yn hie
I'ln cushions, heart shaped
Stono and Edith Perkins,
After tho shooting was over Mra.
llrown got up a contest consisting In
tho nearest guess of tho number of
tears contained In a red heart. Tin
correct number was 313
Maud I'aty won the prize.
endar, git Ing 280 as her guess.
Mrs. Nelllo Hyde sang a pretty Val
entino song and Mrs. Letltia M. Walk
er read a Valentine story which re
TUESDAY, February 18th,
Tbe Hawaiian Dramatic Society
" THE ROMANCE 0F ELISE."
Tickets, 6I.OO, 75c. nnd 50c.
Box Plan Wall, Nichols.
Doors, 7.30; Introduction, 8.15.
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT
The great Invlgorator and tonic.
It la what the nursing mother needs.
It la what tho office worker needs.
It Is what the worklngman needs.
It Is what everybody needs who Is
tired, woak or depressed.
It stimulates braln'and body.
Order It nt once; that tired feeling
will not wear oft without help, and
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT Is the best
posslblo help you can have.
Get tho genuine; take no substitute.
25c per Bottle; $2.50 per Dozen.
HnUron Drug Go.,
eelved much applause,
It was as fol-
Origin of Valentine Day.
.Many nnd varied aru the accounts
given of the origin of Valentino's Day.
In regard to St. Valentino himself
there Is also a great diversity of opin
ions. The Roman calendar classes Valen
tino as a saint' who was martyred
about 300 A. D or during tho time of
Claudius. It appears that Valentino
then n bishop of Home, was a devout
worshipper ol the real true Ood wh!!o
the people with whom his lot wns curt
were Idolaters nnd polythelsts.
Altlio' Valentino wns a kind and
lovable man who spent his days help
Ing his fellow beings, ho did not live
to sec the results of his teaching and
holy example, but like many other
early Christians ho found his efforts
rewnrded only by chains and prison.
So often death accomplishes what life
docs not. As years passed by theso
people began to realize what they had
done and, regretting their actions,
were ctor after his faithful disciples.
'Twos then that he became known a-
the "good St. Valentine."
Thero Is another legend that runs
In this wise Centuries ago there liv
ed In France a priest who was the
ft lend and confident of little children.
They camo to him with nil their trott
bios, sure of his sympathy nnd Inter
est. Their prayers were told him, and
they learned from him the form of
their childish petitions. The fanui of
his gentleness nnd kindly Interest in
tho "weo folk" spread far and near,
and the children came to him In such
Among those present were: Mrs.
McCully Hlgglns. Miss McElroy. Miss
Tabcrette, Miss Myrlck. Mr. and Mrs.
Hell. Mrs. Stone. Mr. Law. Mr. Harper,
Mr. GUI, Mr. Tcmpleton. Mr. Tracy,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gere, Mrs. llalph
and Miss Ht'cr- x"8" Elizabeth llrown, Mrs. Kw
benit i. 'n" x"88 I'erklns. Mrs. Van Anglen,
i Mrs. W. Frear, Mrs. Ilurnett, Miss
. Ncwcomb, Miss l.lly Payne, Misses
May Hoern, Miss M. Morrison, Miss
Carrlo Pierce. Mrs. O. Walker. Miss
Nelllo Hyde, Mrs. II. C. Drown.
Fruit drinks were served during the
evening and much credit Is duo to
Mrs. I. Frear, Miss May llurdlrk and
.Mrs. Albert flaas, for the success of
At u recent meeting of the Paris So
clcty of Civil Engineers M. P. Hesson
gavo somo particular of the commer
cial productions of radium, which has
been undertaken by the Socleto Ccn
tralo du Produltu Chlnilipics. Only
about one-half ounco of tho body can
bo obtained from ono ton of tho ura
nium minerals, which form the raw
material, and tho separation of this
one-half ounco requires tho expendi
ture of about six tons of chemicals.
while fifty tons of water are used for
washing purposes, M. Desson states
that the activity of radium Is such
that It is spontaneously luminous In
tho dark. This luminescence does not
arlso llko that of phosphorus from ox
Idlzatlon of tho body, but Is duo to a
continuous emission of electrified par
ticles. Tho charge carried by these
particles Is enormous, but their mass
Is so small that tho loss of weight 1b
only about ono milligram in 100,000,000
Postage on the Bulletin's special in
dustrial edition la three centa to alt
parts of the States.
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Tickets $1, admission to grounds
Transportation Both Ways
Mondty.. .,, .
Tuttiftjr . 'it
6 ttil o
i. m. p. m
First quarter of tho moon on tho
ISth at 4:27 n. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul ana Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30in
slower than Orccn wclh time, being
ludt of tho meridian of 157.30. Tno
llmo whistle owa at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho same ns Greenwich, ua Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for Ssn Francisco will And thero
a branch of tbe U. S. Hydrographlc
Offlco located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete seta
of charts and directions of tho world.
Lntcst Information can be obtnlned re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Saturday, February IS.
P. M. S. 8. China, Frlele, from San
Stmr. Mnul, Dennett, from Maul.
Am. sp. Dmlly F. Whitney, Ilrlgman,
19 days from San Francisco,
Str. Lehua, Napala, from Molokal.
Str. J. A. Cummins, Searles, from
Saturday, Fobruary in.
Am, bk Hespcr, Svenscn, for Free
Schr. Allco Kimball, Garland, for
Schr. Kn Mol, for Paaullo.
P. M. 8. 8. Peru. Plllsbury, lor San
Francisco, nt 4 p. m.
Chilean bkt. Alia, Thronagte, for
P. M. S. S. China. Frlele, for the
Orient, nt C n. m.
From Snn Frnnlsco, per P. M. 8. S.
China, February IB. For Honolulu
Miss I. Arrutt, D. L. Illlss Jr., P
Duffy, Mrs. II. D. Green. Dr. F. H.
llumphrls and servant, Mrs. F. II.
Humphrts, Thus. Knowlcs, J. W. On
drowe, II. L. Ilelly. W. V. Thomas.
It. Lo Doutllllcr, wlfo nnd twi tons;
Miss It. Schcrff, J. Schmidt, J. It.
Vollmer, Mrs. C. Uoettchcr nnd dniigh
tcr, L. P. Closson, Miss Edith CIos
son. Miss N. McMurtrle. W. T.
Sknlpe, Mrs. L. Tuzo, Mlbs II. L.
For tho Orient, per P. M. 8 3. Chi
nn, Fchrunry IB. nt 5 n. m. E M.
Grlfllth, A. T. Paul, J. Iledmor. and
wife, S. Smith, It. Itcdmuiio and
wife. It. F. Dutton nnd wire. Miss
Gertrude Dutton, 50 Chinese nnd 3
(Continued from pago 1.)
II. Pratt, the executive officer of the
Hoard of Health, who, with Dr. Mc
Donald, had made the autopsy on the
body of Aokl, had told him yestciday
that when tho body was cut open tho
organs wcro found In a highly con
gested condition, nnd thero wcro great
welts on tho Interior of tho stomach
nnd Intestines showing that the Ja
panese had died of ncuto poisoning.
What tho poison wob, however, wub
not agreed upon hut would bo deter
mined by chemical analysis as the
ktomnch of the dead man was In the
hands of the government chemist, Pro
Tho deputy sheriff will make n fur
ther nnd more rigid examination today
to prepare himself for tho Inquest
which will be held In the case ns soon
ns the poison which caused the death
of Aokl is determined upon. This will
probably be Tuesday.
Aokl was n single mnn and about
thirty-four years of ago. He was steady
and stayed nt homo a great deal of
the time. He Is not known to have
had any enemies nor to havo been In
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THE HAW'N HOTEL BARBER SHOP
NOTICE TO MASTER8 AND PILOT8
Business of Importance,
There will bo a regular meeting of
Honolulu Harbor No. 64 A. A. of M.
& P. at Harmony Hall this Sunday
evening, Feb, 16, 1902, at 7 o'clock p.
m. All sojourning brethren aro cor
dially Invited to attend by order.
GKOIIGE H, PILTZ, C. C.
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
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laundry work. Apply at onco French
Laundry. 3s It
FOR SALE Very old tnpa quilL also
very old calabashes, some unpolish
ed. Address this office. 3s tf.
L08T Hlack Cloth Cape, whlto satin
lining, Leavo at Wells, Fargo office
nnd rccelvo reward. 3s w
Washington, Feb. C. At today's
hearing on tho Kahn bill beforo tho
Houso Committee on Foreign Rela
tions, Representative Kahn spoke for
over an hour, going qulto freely Into
several features of tho proposed legis
lation and enlightening the commltteo
on Chinese exclusion In general. Close
attention was paid to his remarks.
James D. Phclan of the California
commission also spoke, commending
Representative Kahn spoko first on
tho traits of Chlneso character, show
ing by historical Instances how that
people, from the Emperor down, aro
experts In duplicity and cunning. Tho
necessity of carefully worded and conv
prchenBlvo laws was rendered greater
than would bo tho caso In dealing wltn
any other people. Ho then took the
existing treaty and showed that by Its
own terms It Is to be mado operative
by laws that aro now, or may bo here
after enacted. Whllo tho Chlneso claim
that hardships are imposed by tho ex
clusion laws, llttlo Is said by the pro
Chlneso of tho strong provisions of tho
treaty whereby tho United States Gov
ernment Is required to furnish tho Chi
ncso Government annually a complete
list of all Americans In China, with
names, residences, occupations, etc.,
even including missionaries. No such
esplonago Is placed upon Chlneso in
neprcsentntlvo Kahn also referred
to tho act annexing Hawaii and to tho
act establishing the Territory of Ha
waii, In both of which wcro provisions
excluding the Chlneso from tho main
land of tho United States. Ho pointed
out that thero nro only 3,000 Chinese
In Hawaii, while there aro 175,000 In
tho Philippines, If Congress thought
It wise to exclude tho small number In
Hawaii, It certainly should excludo tho
vastly larger number In tho Philip
pines from entering this country.
At this point Representative Wil
liam Aldcn Smith asked Kahn If he
wanted tho Philippine provision In tho
bill Just ns It stood, to which Kahn re
plied tnat he did: that ho Insisted up
on It as being vital in exclusion. Go
ing further, Kahn proved by docu
mentary evidence thnt the so-called
Chinese merchnut class is the ono that
Imports vomen for immoral purposes
nnd thnt laborers do not Indulge In
this traffic. Ho opposed any letting
down of the bars to merchants on thin
Kahn showed thnt our Consuls In-
vnrlnbly report the cunning of Chinese
In Imitating American goods, and that
as fast as they becomo acquainted
with Western methods they aro able
to compete In skilled lnbor nnd inauu
fnctttio certain articles to the exclu
sion of Ameilcan goods. He cited the
cases whero bogus condensed milk
wns sold In China under a well-known
Amorlcnn brand. Reference was alsa
mado by the father of the exclusion
bill to tho criminal record of tha Chl
neso In thu United States and the ne
cessity of preventing tho Inlln:; of
such undcsliablo Immigrants, ile also
spoko of tho need of tho codification of
tho existing laws, which Is accomplish
ed by his bill, and of tho necessity of
extending protection to American
workingmen from tho hordes of Chi
nese that nro now waiting for the ex
clusion law to expire to enter this
Referring to a statement by Min
ister Wu that "labor agitators wero be
hind the Chinese exclusion mow
ment," former Mayor Phelan detailed
tho overwhelming sentiment on tho
Pacific Coast In favor of exclusion, ns
shown by referendum votes, a unan
Imous press, unanimous delegation in
Congress and a unanimous exc'uslon
convention. On tho other side, ho
said, wcro tho Pacific Mall Steamship
Company, the Canadian railways, the
Chinese diplomatic representative!.,
sovoral retained attorneys and return
ed missionaries, who urged no piblic
reason for tho admission of Chinese,
and who had finally agreed to tho re
newal of tho Geary law for two yejri,
when, it Is said, thu treaty of 1891 will
In conclusion ho said: "The attor
neys for tho Chinese advocate the re
enactment of tho Geary law for two
years because, In caBu of a decision
from tho Supremo Court favorable to
thom, tho law will bo valueless for tho
purpose for which It was designed by
Congress, namely, tho exclusion of
the hlnese coollo laborers. We are
dealing with people who are trained lu
the evasion of tho law nnd for twenty
years tho Government has been -m
deavoring to circumvent their ova
ME88R8. WHITNEY & MARSH
nnnounco tho third annual opening
of Spring Shirtwaists for Monday,
February Seventeenth, tho exhibition
to contlnuo throughout the week.
This offering, for variety of
style, clcganco nnd originality of
design, and perfection of workmanship
far surpasses nnythlng heretofore
undertaken. Tho materials cover a
wide rango of fabrics, from rich
embroidered Swisses and Habutl.i
Silks to tnstcful Lawns, tho
trimmings always In porfect harmony,
whllo tho W. & M. popular prices
Orders are welcome, but you
aro Just ns welcome to merely look.
1045 FORT ST.
Tho new 1902 designs In WALL PA
PERS aro particularly pleasing. The
best of art has been worked Into wall
decorations and there Is Individuality
In tho patterns, Dest papers at the
ZCZ7 A I C BERETANIA ST.,
DDL NEXT TO EMMA
A largo American manufa
ono lu Honolulu who Is in po
Wnteh, Clock and Jewelry
sldcrcd except that of somo
representing American mantit
given to any ono who Is enga
carrying stock, etc. Tho bust
a lluo of samples, from whlcu
ped direct from tho factory.
less accompanied by full ex
pllcant's business, and full an
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office.
CURIOUS CRINKLES J
By LANAI LOUNGER.
If George It. Carter digest all tho
heterogeneous pabulum fed to him on
tho eve of his departure from Hono
lulu, be will be highly eligible fur ex
hibition in a Washington dime mu
seum as the Hawaiian political ostrich.
It may not Identify a fellow. as a
reckless plunger to bet on "the dark
horse" for Governor when President
Roosevelt makes thu change. This
does not refer to th6 complexion ot'
It would seem to depend on whether
or not Carter has tho secretarial bco
In his bonnet. If he hasn't, It Is nlno
to one ho will use every advantage
conferred by his mission to fight any
With cable or wireless telegraphic
communication with tho Coast,' an
other time-honored splco of life In Ho
nolulu would bo eliminated. Peoplo
would be deprived of tho pasttmu of
swapping theories about what delays
tbe steamer, and not only that but ot
guessing what Important news the
steamer Is to bring.
George Stephenson was tho original
promoter of railways and author of
the famous saying about tho "coo." His
son Ilohert wns an engineer that did
his slro credit. Ho was ono of tho
builders of tho Victoria tubular brldgo,
nearly two miles long, crossing tho St.
Lawrence river nnd lately rebuilt na
nn open ttructuic with greatly In
creased accommodation. Hut thlUK of
tho enormous growth of tho railway
within a short Bpan of human exist
ence. The writer of theso lines saw,
consldeiahly less that a quarter of a
century ago, locomotives In nctual
service which wero built by Georga
Wherever the electric car makes Its
advent, people havo to learn to get out
of Its way. It is tho samo with the
automobile, as It waB tho same with
tho locomotive yea, much later oven,
with tho sportive bicycle. Mind the
cturcr desires to ilrinngo with some
sltlon to represent their lino to tho
Trade. No application will bo con-
engaged solely In tho business of
ncturcrs. Tho agency would not bo
In business for his own account
would bo conducted by carrying
orders could bo secured, to bo ship
No applicant would bo considered un-
planatlon as to the nature" of the ap-
With the ladles taking to tcnpln
bowling there Is liable to bo danger
that bioods of tho husky sex may come
to deem lawn tennis too effeminate
for thom. Engagements In tho alleys,
howover, may be as interesting as
coquetries In the courts, which samo
may be consolatory to anyone fenzed
Into dropping tho racket.
The question Is whether the new
Governor will arrlvo by the Klnau or
by one of the steamers from San Fran
cisco. It will probably be a long tlmo be
fore tho United States starts a bar
gain counter for the disposal of ter
ritory over which her flag has been
The samo word that says the nations
wero mado of one blood adds that tho
bounds of tho respective nations were
fixed. It Is the flowing of human tides
over such bounds which has caused
half tho world's tribulations. Exclu
sion laws aro bettor than Intorncclno
struggles for exlstenco between alien
races Incapable of assimilation under
a common government.
Hawaii's financial situation needs
nothing now so much ns a bell-wethor
to lead tho way through tho gap In the
fence beyond which lie Invitingly the
pastures of prospeilty. ',
People of the 1'lrst Judicial Circuit
ought to beware of the mistake of
thinking that litigation Is nny more of
a luxury than It ever was, simply bo
cause there Is an additional Judge to
keep the calendars up to dato. On the
contrary, tho quicker dispatch of busi
ness Is llablo to put the lawyers in
position pf standing out for hlghor
"Did you say that hair restorer Is
n good thing?" asned the patron.
"Yes," answered the uarbor, with
somo alight hesitation; "It's a good
thing. We sell sevoral bottles a
wook." "Hut how do you know It's a
good thing?" "Uecause the profit on
evory bottle Is Beventy-flvo cents,"
Architects, Contractor and ulldartt
1. F. RIUY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bot it
Goo. W. Page. TL lH
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BEARD8LEE 5fc PAQB
Architects and Bullders
Office, Room 2-4, Arlington Aunts,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates tar
nlahed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend! to.
M. P. BERTELMAN'8
IS - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance oa
Kins street. Order left at either oj
or office at John Nott'a store, Kiaa
street, win receive prompt attention.
Bter and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Qfeetn,
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer,
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I.
The pure lulqe of the grapefruit Taa
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agenta for tho Territory ot Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort St,
Honolulu, T. ot II.
P. O. box 4G2. Island order aolle
Ited. LOTS FOR SALE)
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Addition and In
137 MERCHANi 8TREET.
by Miss L. K. Dayton
E. W. Qufnn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
and Builders solicited.
1168 Union St, Phone, Main 394
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and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
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403 JUDD BUILDING.
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Wholeula Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
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H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu.