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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T.. THURSDAY, FEB,
E. O. Hall
BUILDING UNCLE SAM'S MAMMOTH DRYDOCK AT
When completed, (hlx ilrjdmk mil lie Hu- lilj.'i:i'i ilmm I I In- Mini In tlio
country It wi'l Ik- litu riiiiu'h to uit-uli.liiiHliiU' I lie Iiiim1! uiuslilp ulloat,
with u lot i-t 10 ii in xi:u
Commencing Saturday, Feb. 22
MIND READER, HYPNOTIST
HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER-
TAINMENl OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MYSERY AND IL.
LUSIONS, ASSISTED BY
Warren tho young Mormon Wizard.
King of the Handcuffs and a company
of Clever Performers.
An Entertainment to Please All
Clean, Wholesome and Enjoyable
Price, 60 cents, 73 cents and $1.
Reserved seats on sate at Wall,
Nichols' on Thursday morning.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The Lancashire Insurance Oo.
Tho Balolse Insurance Co.
Union (lass Englno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT
The great Invigorator and tonic.
It is what tho nursing mother needs.
It Is what the offlco worker needs.
It is what tho worklngman needs.
It is what everybody 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 tho best
possible, help you can liavo.
Oct the genuine; take no substitute,
25c par Dottle; 92.50 per Dozen,
Hobron Drug Go.,
Llttlo chicks aro allowed to dip,
eggs got scarce, tlio chickens make
tlry eating, etc. Theso mistakes aro
constantly made, but need not occur.
will Increase the quantity of eggs and
mako hens lay regulaily. It cures
lilckcn cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
ihemnatlsm and all diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
l'ratt's Poultry Food.
What It does Tor chickens It does
for nil kinds of poultry. Tho oldest
and most rollablo In existence. Call
for a package and try It.
& Son, Ltd.
; CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewn Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. l-ouls. Mo.
Tho Standard 01 Co.
Tho Oeo. F. Iilako Steam Pumps.
Tho New England I.I To Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Flro Ins, Co, of Hart foul,
Tho Alliance Assuranco Co. of London.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Clans Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. (Ilffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J, Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
II. P. Baldnln, Prcsldont
J, II. Castlo .. ..First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander. .Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, I'ala Plan
tation Co, Nahlku Sugar Co, Klhel
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Kahulul Railroad Co, and
The California and Oriental S. S. Co
Claike & Henry's scow, which was
buuessfully launched yesterday after
noon, is being towed to Pearl Harbor
today by the steamer Kaena, Shu
started from port at about C o'clock
this morning. Yesterday, the dredger
was tried for the first time In Pearl
Harbor, , It worked very satisfactorily.
A sample of tho band taken up from
the harbor bottom Is now at Clarke &
HejiryXofttce. It Is a good heavy sand
whlchtwllllbo easy for the dredger to
Prince Luitpold of Draurla will
shortly send to the Davarlan-Amerl-can
Society of Chicago a beautiful
banner commemorative of the recent
fetes In honor of the eightieth anni
versary of his birth.
In Russia the average aero of land,
becauso of bad cultivation, produced
but one-fifth tho amount produced by
an aero In America. This Is tho mil
da! statement of her Minister of Finance.
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Sunday tj 4 i
Monday 14 5101,)
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Full on the 22d at 2:33 a. in.
Wednesday. February 19.
Alls. Ktmr. Margherlta, from Port
land: In for coal.
Gas. schr. The nrothcrs. Voung,
trom Molokal ports.
Thursday, February 20.
Schr. Charles Lel Woodbury, from
Wednesday, February 19.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Lahalna,
Kaanapall, Honokaa and Kukulhaelo.
Stmr. Keauhou, Mosher, for Eleelo
Stmr. Lchtta, Napala, for Maul and
Thursday, February 20.
U. S. A. T. Orant, Croskey, for
Am. bk. Carrollton, Gordon, for Ta
coma. SAIL TODAY.
Stmr Kauai, Ilriihn, for Honuapo
and ruunluu, at ii p. m.
Stmr. N'llhati, Thompson, for Ha
namaulu, Ahuklnl and Anahola, at 4
Stmr. Iwalanl, (irecne, for Makawe
ll Walmea and Kckaba; passengers
Tor Kolon and Eleele, nt 5 p. m.
Schr Ada, for llanalel and Knllhl
wal Schr Malolo, for Hanalrl and Kali
hlwal. Am. schr Helenc, Cbrlstlauson, for
tier, ship Marie Hackfeld, Wuhr
matin, for San Francisco.
Stmr. Manna Loa. Slmerson, for La
halna, Maalaca, Itona and Kail ports,
().& O. S. S. Doric, Smith, from
San Francisco; due p. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, Hcrrlman, from
San Francisco, due p. m.
POINTERS JM PARENTS
Duties acquire habits ciy easily and
ut an early age. Whether the habits
arc good or bad depends more on th
child's attendants than on the baby It
self. A baby will acquire the habit of tak
lug his food regularly by day or night
untl lie will uImj fnrm the habit of ki
liifi to sleep nt regular intervals.
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Experience shows that It takes aboul
two hours for an Infant's food to di
gest. Do nut, therefore, foice n setund
meal an hour bcfoic the previous one r
Much sleeplessness In babies Is caus
ed by Indigestion. Tlio food itself muj
not be wiong, but It may have been
glen at Irregular Intervals and In" Ir
A baby should never sleep with an
older person. It should have a crib to
Let baby lie with his head low.
Never give soothing syrup or quiet
When dressing baby do not draw tin
clothing on over the little one's head.
Run your baud through tho garment,
catch the llttlo one by the feet, slightly
elevate his body, nnd slip the clothlny
on from the feet up.
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Instead of wool undersklits tho will
cundltloncd baby wears fine spun (.Ilk
and It has pretty socks of the same
materials. Tho flannel Is of wool
carefully woven with silk, to lender it
unshrinkable, and even the llnest lay.
ettes that come from Paris have tho
petticoats and night dresses made of
exceedingly fine cotton. Linen Is not
considered the proper fabric to lay
against n child's senstlvo skin.
Scject the furnishings for the nur
sery with Intelligence nnd gloat earn.
They should be simple, but cheerful,
and. ubovc nit things, clean and sani
tary, A model ate amount qf ciylng Is of
advantage to the young baby, for the
muscular movements that accompany
ii provide means ror Ills needed exer
The baby should never bo kissed on
the mouth by any one. This seems
severe, but tho best authorities agre
upon it. j
A baby should not be subject to ex
cltemcnt, which comes usually In tho
rorin of too much entertaining,
Do not put the llttlo ones cm exhi
bition when strangers arrive and tell
of their doings and wise ways and Bay
ings. Few things aie moie ruinous to
n chllds charncter.
lie careful In selecting tho first stor
ies you read to the little people. Do
not pick out tnles of naughty, mis
chievous children nnd the harrowing
things which happen to them. Neith
er tellthem of cruel giants and babies
that starve to death In the woods. Get
sensible, natural tales, ones that will
lead to observation and study of the
world of nature about them.
bo much improved and they will take
much less time to cook,
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
FOR SALE Furniture for eight-room
cottngc. Including piano. Enquire
1255 Lunalllo cor. Kewalo. 2070-1 w
TO LET Cottngo on Vineyard St. nr
cast corner or lirama St.; contains
four rooms, with pantry, kitchen and
bath room; electric lights. Apply
to Trustees dear, Lansing & Co.,
Judd bldg. 2070-lw
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorno,
Notary Public; marrlago licenses,
Room It, Magoon Illdg.
N. K. OTSUKA Contractor and build
er, carpenters nnd masons; excavat
ing, filling and curbing; stono and
brick; ballasting and cement walks;
Room 4, Arlington Hotel; Tel. Main
Fred. L. Waldron
I'. O. llox B53; Tel. Illuo 791; Itoora
3, Sprockets Uulldlng.
On Saturday, February 22, 1902
(Washington's Illrthday), our store
will bo closed nt 12 o'clock noon. Our
customers and friends will oblige by
placing their orders early, as wo will
make only one delivery on that day,
HENRY MAY & CO, LTD.
For a quiet rest and n
pleasant Sunday, the at
tractions nt the Inn aro
unsurpassed. Finest Biirf
bathing and canoeing on
Excellent cuisine and
tho best of service. . .
L. H. DEE, - Prop.
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew
ard. Mlu Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the car to Walklkl.
Cheese charlottes to s"rvo with
pulled bread and Rar-le-Duc preserve-)
aie mado from half of a Philadelphia
cream cIiccbo innshvil smooth with i
tn)lespooiifuI of Rochefort, to which
Is ndded n quarter of n tahlcspoonful
of salt, a cup of whipped cream, nnd
two tcaspoonfuls of dissolved gela
tine. This is enough to fill six Swed
Ish tlmbale cases. After filling, sprln
klc with Parmesan cheese.
A good way 16 use left-over beet
Is to cut some Bllces very thin and
lay In nn ovnl dlBfi, Havo ready somo
rice, a cupful, boiled till dry nnd ten
der, but not broken, which should bu
browned with frequent stirring In a
saucepan with a hit of butter. When
clone, pour over tho beef, making n
cover. Take the thick Jelly part of
the giavy of the roaBt. wnrm, and ill.
luto It, If necessary, with a llttlo salt
ed hot water, and pour enough over
tho llco to moisten It. Put In tho oven
for half an hour. If tho grnvy seems
too thin, add a teaspoonful of brown
A pinch of powdered ginger added
to cranberrleH while cnnldnir will
bring out their flavor.
A clover design In plateB for serving
iiutB Is a bushy-tailed squirrel crack
lug nuts. The plates are of burnt
wopd and deep In Bhnpo.
To prevent damp and rust catching
illn wlrt.tt nf n lllnnn liw.1. n oinnll l.nM
of unslaked lime Inside Just under-
ncniu inc. cover, and it will absorb all
Oamo shears for tho manipulation of
Joints that are not easily reached by
the usual carving knlfo represent an
Invention of the day,
Vaseline rubbed on to patent leath
er Bhoes not only gives them a bril
liant polish, but renders the leather
soft and durable.
If a small pleco of soda Is added to
can cits while cooking tho flavor will
Insurance Acent Pnriii-in mn mn,l.
am, but what Is your ago?
Mlsa Antlquate I hav-3 seen twenty-two
Insurance Agent Vcs, of i-ouihu:
them 7 Tlt-Ilits.
Mrs. Ilenlanun HnrrlKnn'ft llhrni-v
collected hv her husband ilnrlni hla
lllustrluuB career of moro than foity
years in public lire, Is the most com
plete and valuable private collection
west of the Hudson River.
Australia has, proportionately, morn
churches than nny other country, tho
number being 6013, or 2TTT cEurchen
to every 100,000 people. England has
144 churches to every 100,000; Russia
only 55 to to the same number.
The Dulletin. 75 cents per month.
ME8SRS. WHITNEY & MAR8H
announce tho third annual opening
of Spring Shirtwaists for Monday,
February Seventeenth, the exhibition
to contlnuo throughout the week.
This offering, for variety of
stylo, elegance nnd originality of
design, nnd perfection of workmanship
far surpasses anything heretofore
undertaken. Tho materials cover a
wldo rango of fabrics, from rich
embroidered Swisses and Habutla
Silks to tasteful Lawns, tho
trimmings nlways In perfect harmony,
while tho W. H M. popular prices
Orders are welcome, but you
nro Just as welcome to merely look.
1045 FORT ST.
A largo American manufacturer desires to arrange with some
ono In Honolulu who Is in position to represent their lino to the
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Trade. No application will bo con
sidered except that of somo one engaged solely In tho business of
representing American mnnulacturers. Tho agency would not be
given to any ono who is engaged In business for his own account,
carrying stock, etc. Tho business would be conducted by carrying
a lino of samples, from whlcu orders could bo secured, to bo ship
ped direct from tho factory. No applicant would be considered un
less accompanied by full explanation as to tho nature of thcrap-
pllcnnt s business, ana iuu ana satisfactory references.
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office.
Nicaragua and Panama
Following are the laic arrivals at
the Moana Hotel:
Allen W Judd. Mrs. W. R. Lowrj.
Miss F. Dowling. Miss Von Holt. Mrs.
W. C. Peacock, Miss lladllck, Hono
lulu, Ida M Pope, Kamehameha; It
W. Shingle. Mlas Maiy C. Widde
Held, Sir. and Sirs. W. 181. Babbitt
Mis. lloyd, Sirs. Hasson, R. II. War
Held, Honolulu, Sirs, and SIlss Tuzo,
Warllngham, Eng.; Sirs. II. D. Green.
Portland, Ore.; A. D. RodgerB and
wire, Columbus. Ohio: D. E. Stone.
Cleveland, ulilo; . E, P. Dryan and
wife, St. Louis; W. E. Oruy, North
East, Pa.; A, Nelson, Reach, Robert
Christie, passungeis China; Rear Ad
miral .Fiank Wilder. IT. S. N.; Mr. nnd
Sirs. A. S. Key, U. S. N.; F. Daugh
ter, U. S. N.; Sirs. A. Chrlstlanson,
(Miss ChrlBtianson, Mlsa Emlllta Car
men, San Franlcsco; C. n. Crclg and
I wife, Sir. and Sirs. C. Drown, Mr. and
I Mrs. Ulgelow, Prlnco and Princess Ka
Innlanaole, SIlss, Degetau, Sir. and Mrs.
llerg. Sir. Dickson, Sliss Dickson, Mr.
Dovcy, Sir. Wolteis, Sir. and Mrs. W.
O. Cooper, Guy Kelly, George S.
I Wagner, E. J. Rlghy, .Melbourne. Aus
tralia; W. M. Finley, C. SI. Sillier
nnd lady, Chicago; Edwaul Wilson,
Now York; F. W. Ileardslco and
wife. Honolulu; II A. Wldcmann, San
Francisco; E. I.aluaholo Stiles, Sirs.
(J. D. Freeth. Sir. Fox. Miss M
Freeth. SIIbs 1). Freeth. Honolulu;
Wlirend Skarfe. .Montreal; W. P.
Thomas, San Franclscoj A. V. Gear,
Honolulu; It. Ames, It. SI. S.; C. II.
W.K Norton, Honolulu; L. P. Claw
t-nn. SIlss Edith Clawson, Hamilton,
Lieut. Gen. Sir Henry Le Quay Gea
ry Is the new Governor of Bermuda,
His name is familiar to students of
the Crimean period, especially In re
lation to Sevastopol, where his .bril
liant work won him special mention
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
i TJl-lKiL -r ii MI'j-1' wv? y -iilt-.. 1-HtfJfJf I
llffi II ARRIVALS
carry your baggage, mister!" Mln-
Koa and Kou Furniture
On Friday, February 21,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction somo
Koa and Kou Ilureaus,
Rare old-fashioned German Iled
steadn. Fine Leather Arm Chairs and Sofa,
Upholstered Parlor Set,
Arm Chairs, Veranda Chairs,
. Office Desk, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F; Morgan,
Turkish and Persian
On Monday and Tuesday,
:: February 24 and 25
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. U.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction somo extra
choice and ruro
TURKISH AND PERSIAN RUGS,
consisting of Upukara, Cashmere, In
dian, Ghlardes.' rcreghan, Klrman,
GuendJIs, Karabagh, Kurd, Daghlstan,
All assorted colors and sizes.
Jae. F. Morgan,
On Friday, February 21st, '02
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the atoro of Messrs. Hackfeld &
Co, corner of Fort and Queen streets,
iionoiuiu, l win sen ai l-uuuc Auction,
for account of whom it .may concern,
tho following Merchandise, damaged
by salt water on voyago of Importa'
Hon from Hamburg, Germany, per
ship Mnrlo Hackfeld, John Wuhrmann,
It. II. & Co, M.
900-999 Two bundles Galvanized Cor.
rugnted Iron, 8-3 x 210, 6 feet, 472
1000-1103, 112 M 199 Thirteen bundles
Galvanized Corrugated Iron, 8-3 x
210, 7 feet, 3146 pounds.
1200-1299 Soven bundles Galvanized
Corrugated Iron, 8-3 X 24G, 8 feet,
1300-1499 Four bundles Galvanized
Corrugated Iron, 8-3 x 240, 9 feet,
1030-1749 Six bundles Galvanized
Corrugated Iron, 10-3 x 210, 6 feet,
1750-1899. 1101-23 Ten bundles Gal-
vanlzcd Corrugated Iron, 10-3 x 240,
7 feet, 23G0 pounds.
1900-1999 Throo bundles Galvanized i
Corrugated Iron, 10-3 x 240, 8 fcit,
2000-2099 One bundle Galvanized Cor
rugated Iron, 10-3 x 240, 9 feet,
200-349 Seven bundles Galvanized '
Corrugated Iron, 12-3 x 210, 6 feet,
650-C49 Six bundles Galvanized Cor
rugated Iron, 12-3 x 240, 8 feet, 1392 A
800-899 Eight bundles Galvanized
Corrugated Iron, 12-3 x 24G, 10 feet,
H. II. & Co, S. & T.
1-150 Eight bundles Galvanized Cor
rugated Iron, 8-3 x 2CO, G feet, 1808
151-400 Twenty bundles Galvanized
Corrugated Iron, 8-3 x 260, 7 fcot,'
401-500 Eleven bundles Galvanized
Corrugated Iron, 8-3 x 2CO, 8 feet,
601-800 Seven bundles Galvanized
Corrugated Iron, 8-3 x 260, 9 feet
801-1000 Seven bundles Galvanize!
Corrugated Iron, 8-3 x 26G, 10 feci
II. II. & Co, M.
2325-29 Six cases plain Galvanize,
Iron, 36 x 96 x 26G, 1308 pounds. '
2285-2311 Thirteen cases plain Gal
vanlzcd Iron, 30 x 84 x 210, 269
2316-2323 Seven cases plain Gnlvnu. ,
ized Iron, 24 x 96 x 24G, 1435 pounds.
2284 One caso plain Galvanized Iron,
24 x 81 x 250, 218 pounds.
2395-2102 Eight cases plain Galvan
ized Iron, 36 X 96 x 26G, 2168 pounds.
2333-2379 Sixteen cascB plain Oal
vanlzcd Iron, 30 x 84 x 26G, 4210
2383-23192 Nino cases plain Galvan
ized Iron, 21 x 96 x 260, 3087 pounds.
233u Ono caso plain Galvanized Iron,
24 x 84 x 2CG, 224 pounds.
Terms Cash, IT. 8. gold coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sale "
Lease ofTaro Land
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. Hoi
nolulu, I will Bell at Public Auction
by order of tho Trustees under thej
will of'Dcrnlco P. Bishop, tho lcasri
of that valuable taro land Bltuate a(
Kaakaukukul, Pauoa Valley, and con)
talning an area of 8 35-100 cres.
Term of lease, 15 years from Aprl
Upset net annual rental, f COO. paj
able quarterly in advance. ' I
For full particulars apply at the o
flco of tho Bishop Estate, 77 Slerchad
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE IF LAN
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, i
nolulu, I will sell nt Public Auctl,
by order of tho Trustees under '
will of Bcrnlce P. Bishop, the leaso
that valuable land known as Puaa j
sltuato at North Konn, Hawaii,
containing an area of 859 acres.
Term of leaso, 21 years from S!
1st, 1902, I
Upset net annual rental, J500, p
nuie quarterly in advance.
Far full prirtlculars apply at the
flco of tho Bishop Estate, 77 Mercli
street, Honolulu. ,
Joe. F. Morfiiin.
HAY antiL BRICK
On Friday, February 21,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen strec
will sell at Public Auction, about
500 Bales of 4 1-2-fool Wheat I
100 pounds each. In good order, I
received ox Emily F. Whitney.
Also 30,000 Compressed Red BiJ
por same vessel.
Samples now at salesroom.
JAS. F. MORGAN,