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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1902.
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We are the agents for the celebrated
COLOGNE, SOAPS and TOILET
It Loaded Up With
Scotch Shortbread: Cakes, all sizes.
prices and styles; I'lcs, Just llko your
mother used to make; Cookies, Maca
roons; Lady Fingers; Cream Tuffs;
and all tho dainty styles suitable 101
the well-furnished table.
Tons of Pure Candy, from cheap
grade for children, up U better grades.
For 50c wo can lurnisn you a uox oi
Delicious Candles worth a dollar elso-where.
IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. G. Rothwell Discusses
Liquor Question and
PRESENT HOLDERS SHOULD
HAVE THE FIRST OPTION
Limits Regarded as Arbitrary, With
Result that All Authorizations
Are Made Within Very
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In Harmony Hall. King street.
H. McKECHNY, N. G.
E. R. HENDRY, Uecxetary.
All visiting brothors very cordially
MY8TIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meots ovenr Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock in I'armouy Hall, King street.
Vlalung brothors cordially invited to
H. J. GALLAGHER, C. C.
AE. MURfHY, K. R. S
OAHtTLoDGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7 30. Mom
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit'
Ing brothors cordially Invited.
F. V. DUNN, C.C.
ED. C. ALDRICH,
K. of R. & S.
Wo have constantly on band a
fine line of
Alaska and Star Refrigerators,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Rubber Hose,
Paints and Oils.
B16 FORT 8T. HONOLULU, H.'T.
When You Want a Rig
RiNG UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : 5ia fort street
Btable Thone, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72
C. H. DELLINA.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all lncom
Ing steamers from the Coast, and w
chock baggage on all outgoing steanv
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, tit
King street Te) 86.
HJ. LARSEH, Vfi.
FOR SALE !
-AT MAKIKI -
Now two-story house.
Elctrlc lights; stnblo
for 3 horses and car
riage. Modern sani
tary plumbing. Ce
ment sidewalk. Near
Electric Car Line.
506-507 Stancenwald Bid
PARADE THE STREETS
Colonel Jones Addresses Soldiers at
Drill Shed and Old Glory Is
Latest Styles Low Prices
29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work In
of 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 at.
pp. Adventlst Church.
505, Corner of Ueretanla Ave. and Punch
All Work Done By Hand.
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove Cleaning a
AUADIE & CO.
Motor, Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
A contemporary, reporting that Gov
ernor Dole had expressed the theory
that not more than one retnil liquor
licence should be granted to any
wholesale liquor house, referred point
edly to the fact that bIx saloon utid
hotel licenses were held by W. C.
Peacock & Co., Ltd. John 0. IK.Ih
well, manager of that corporation, was
therefore asked how the Idea struck
"While Governor Dole may, have ex
pressed his personal opinions ns re
ported," Mr. Rothwell replied, "It docs
not follow that he would attempt to
carry them out as law. 1 dn not think
It Is the Governor's prerogative to set
up his views as the law, but to execute
the laws ns they ore written.
First Option for Holders.
"Wo arc not opposed tn ace In? any
1 (.'sponsible man who Is able to satisfy
the Government demands us to re
spectability and power of putting i:p
nn acceptable bond being given a lull
license. Hut In view of the fact that
It has been the policy of the Govern
ment In the past to llx certain saloon
limits, and by reason of tint policy
cooping up tho twenty one licenses
now In existence within .1 very smnll
com push. It would seem lo he reason
able that the holders of the present li
censes should have the first option of
securing new locations If they wish to.
provided that the Government has
now decided to extend the limits.
"For the most part, they arc men of
known stnndlng and responsibility and
liavo paid many thousands of dollars
In license fees to the Government, hut
they would be at a great disadvantage
should the Government decide to ex
tend the retail license limits without
reference to their Interests. There
may be any niimuer 01 new applicants
with whom the Government Is less
"We can sec no objection to nil of
them receiving licenses, but we feel
that tho old licensees, who have been
compelled to accept, however unwill
ingly, the sites approved by the au
thorities, should have tho first right of
selection of location If they wish to
"There Is no doubt that Governor
Dole Is conscientious In his desire for
the reasonable restriction of tho
liquor business, but we submit, as al
ready stated, that so long ns this busi
ness Is a lawful one It Is not within
the Govemlr's province to Impose un
reasonable and Improper restrictions,
uncalled for by the Legislature.
Present Limits Are Arbitrary.
"The present limits arc arbitrary,
with tlic consequence that the entire
number of the present licenses are Is
sued within n very small radius. It Is
quite probable that If a more Judi
cious distribution of localities were
made, it would be found that very
few more licenses were needed for tho
natural demand of the city.
"This town or nny other, where tho
trade Is licensed, can Biipport n certain
number of licensed establishments anil
no more, anil it would seem to be nil
vlsablo that. Instead of cooping up the
present rpsorts In n very constricted
space, there should be a distribution1
over a larger territory, the probable
result of which would bo that the
present number of licenses would be
Survival of the Fittest.
"In nny case, by Issuing a license to
every responsible applicant the li
censes, nlways at the present rate of
one thousand dollars, the question
would soon resolve Itself Into one of
the survival of the fittest. It would
be found that within u short time miiiic
would have to go out of business. In
the meantime, It uppears ridiculous
for the Governor or any other olllclul
to advance the proposition that ho will,
or will not, rclBSiio licenses that have
been In existence for many years.
Crowding Hotel Street.
"A man In office a long time Is apt
to become autocratical and think that
whatever he says has the force of law.
Our firm Is not In any sense opposed tn
the Issuance of a license to anybody
so far as the law allows, but on behalf
of our Mainland connections we are
opposed to the Issuance of any license
which permits the sale of nlcohollc
beverages of particular brands and
prohibits the sale of tho products of
those we ore representing.
"Tho crowding of Hotel street with
saloons, nnd then Issuing new licenses
all around them. Is not n fair deal.
"It should bo remembered that,
hitherto, the saloon Interest hero has
held aloof from politics, but tho atti
tude of the Governorment Is compel
ling saloon men to combine for pro
tectlon. They will not merely exert
their own local strength In this matter,
but If pressed too hard en 11 count upon
the material assistance of the asso
ciated liquor Interests of the United
For the first time in the history ot
tho Hawaiian Islnnds tho anniversary
of the birth of Georgo Washington has
been observed by tho locnl mllltaiy.
The First and Second llatalllons of
the National Guard of Hawaii turned
out yesterday and paraded the prin
cipal streets of the city, led by tho
Territorial Hand, which discourse 1 in
Starting from tho drill-shed shortly
before 2 o'clock In the afternoon, Com
panies A, 13. F nnd II of tho First lint-
tnlllon nnd Companies G, II and C 01
the Second Ilntalllon marched for an
hour through town.
The men of the National Gunrd cro
In good form nnd hundreds gntht-icd
on the sldewnlkB to sec them pass.
Major Zolglcr nnd Major Camara
were In command of the First and
Second Ilntaltlnns respectively.
The field nnd staff consisted of
Colonel Jones, Colonel McCarthy. Cap'
tnln Smith, Captain Schacfcr and C.'p
Major Zclgler's staff Included Lieu
tenant Hoyen and Captains Guivln
nnd Forster. Major Camarn's staff In
cluded Lieutenant Wright and Captain
Meyers. About 350 men were In line,
presenting n smart spectaclo In their
Immnculatc white trousers and natty
caps and coatR.
On returning to the drill-shod the
soldiers wero briefly nddressed ny
Colonel Jones, who referred In woids
of eloquence to tho occasion In honor
ol which they had Just paraded. Col
onel Jones spoke of Washington as
the man who wns responsible for tho
existence of the great nation which
had reached out and brought the Ha
waiian Islands Into the glorious1 Union
of States and Territories.
At the conclusion of the Colonel's
remarks the Territorial Hand stiuck
up "tho Star Spangled Hanner" and
the soldiers gave three rousing cheers
for Old Glory.
Well Contested Football
Game Is Played
THREE GOALS SCORED
IN THE FIRST HALF
D. Dowsett Plays Well and Scores
With Good Long Shot Which
Would Have Done Creditto
OPEN A BOTTLE
ot "PRIJYIO" and you will find a beer ol absolute
purity. Beers that are shipped long distances are
fortified and the acids used for this purpose are
Injurious to the health. I I I 1 1 1 t
LAGER contains no fortification. Out of six bottled
beers examined by the government chemist, 'PltlMO'
was the only one found pure. I I I t 1 1
Subscribers to tho BULLETIN
act receiving their papers promptly
sill confer a favor by notifying the
Business Offico; Telephone 250.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
John dc Fries hns been appointed
member of the district road board for
Kwa nnd Walanac.
The Austrian tramp steumer Mnr-
gherltn sailed at an early hour .yes
terday morning for Manila via Nagasaki.
Prince, one of the day patrol wagon
horses. Is In charge of a veterinary
and another has been substituted In
There will bo no change In the
hours of service nt tho (iermnn Luth
eran Church today. Sunday school at
10 a. m.. service at 11 a. in.
The Klnnu brought the following
cargo from Illlo and way portB yes
terday: i!8 sacks inrn, 111 sacks tof
fee, 20 cords wood. ii." hogs. 57 pie-es
furniture. 1 horse and lft7 packages
Monsieur A. Vlzzavnna, French Con
sul to Hawaii, will leave for Illlo lm
the next Klnau on an extended vaca-1
Hon. Mr. Vlzzavona has never been
to the Dig Island. He expects to visit
the volcano and other points of Inter
est, remaining several weelts.
An nt home of the Kllohnnn Art
League Is arranged for next Saturday
evening, when Miss Mary F.llzahetli
Lewis will glvo a talk on "Spenser,
the I'oet-I'alnter." During the even
ing music will also ho rendered by
Mrs. Annls Montague Turner nnd Dr.
Arthur Maxson Smith,
There was 11 target shooting match
between Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortli
and Lieut. Leslie of tho police depart
ment at the rifle range In Knktiaako
Friday, riillllngwnrth made 37 while
Leslie got a series of "goose-eggs."
The shoot was for n dinner and of
course Leslie lind to stand treat.
Commodore Heckloy of tho Kli.au
reports tho following sugar left at
plantations on tho Island of Hawr.ll:
Walakea. .inouj Hawaii Mill Co.. llGU;
Walnaku. 3:no; Onomea, 11.000: l'o
peekeo, 71100; Hoiiomu, 800(1; Haka
inn. 12.0110; I.aiipahoehoc. 3500; Mono-
kaa. 3000; Kukulhaclc, 2300, and Ho
The American ship Mary L. dish
ing, which arrived from Newcastle
fsterday with a cargo ot coal, trade
tho trip In sixty-seven days. She was
towed In by the Fenrless. Captain A.c
Nclll Is nn old knmanliin here. He
was formerly master of the barken
tlnu S. G. Wilder and tho harkuutine
I'lnnter, which made regular trips be
tween Coast ports and Honolulu.
The second of the series of Assocla
tlon football matches under the Junior
League was played at Maklkl yesterday
afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Tho rival
teams were the I'unahous nnd Wander
ers the latter wearing red and white
costume and the former, who defeated
the Malles last week, blue and white.
Dowsett won tho toss for the Puna'
lions nnd elected to defend the mauka
goal giving his opponents tho advan
tage of both sun and wind a rather
The llnc-up wns as follows:
Punnhous Goal. J. A. Oilman;
backs, A. Dreler, L. Magoon; forwards,
II. Dowsett, E. Andrews and S. Dodge.
Wanderers Goal, Vincent; backs,
W. Ballcntyno nnd Aucrbach; for
wards, II. Kinsley, F. Ilnllcy, J. Nott.
Referee, L. G. ulackman; linesmen,
C. Herbert and G. Hatch.
From the start the Punnhous pressed
nil their forwards, playing a vigorous
game. W. Hallentyne nnd Aucrbach,
however, put up n sturdy defense nnd
kept their goal secure till Andrews
scored with n fast shot.
The Wanderers were now playing
for all they were worth and made sev
eral rushes which at length terminal
ed In n goal to the credit of J. Nott.
Wlth'tho score standing at one all,
each team did Its best to secure tho
ndvantnge and nt length the Wander,
ers were rewarded with another goal
which was scored by S. Dodge.
Thus matters stood at half time.
H. Dowsett's Long Shot.
In the second hnlf F. Ilallcy, for tho
Wanderers, with the hclji of Kinsley
nnd Nott did yeoman service and play
ed a masterly game, but tho good dc
fenso of the Wanderers held them In
check. August Dreler being promi
nent with well nlnced kicks. At
I length II. Dowsett, who was playing a
1 sterling game, broke away and scored
a third goal for the Punahous with n
rattling good long shot which would
havo done credit to the senior league.
The Wanderers, although playing a
plucky game, appeared to be giving
way but again rallying Nott Increased
their scare to 2 goals.
The Punahous scored again by An
drews and the final score was Puna
hous, 4 goals; Wanderers, 2 goals.
For the winners II. Dowsett, 13. An
drews and S. Dodge distinguished
themselves, the former giving promlso
of n first class man. Dreler Is de
veloping Into a reliable fullback.
Good Individual Play.
For the Wanderers F. Ilalley and
J. Nott did excellent at forwards and
little Wntson Hallentyne did well at
back. Auerbach seemed out of prac
tice, though playing well. This also
might he said of Vincent. The team
would probably be strengthened by
theso two chnnglng places.
The mntch next Saturday will bn
between the Mailcg and the Wanderers
and the game will be a keen one as
both will be Btrong to get away from
the bottom of tho list.
Tbo now 1002 designs In WALL PA.
PERS aro particularly pleasing. Tho
best of art has been worked Into wall
decorntlona and there Is Individuality
In tho patterns, llest papers at tho
NEXT TO EMMA
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Freeh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beet, Veal, Mutton.
(V Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$,
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
C. J. DAY & CO.
122 King St., next to Bulletin Office.
Manufacturer's Agent Wanted.
A largo American manufacturer desires to arrange with somo
ono in Honolulu who Is In position to represent their lino to tho
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Trade. No application will bo con
sidered except that of somo ono engaged solely In tho business of
representing American manulacturors. Tho agency would not bo
given to any ono who Is engaged In business for his own account,
carrying stock, etc. Tho business would bo conducted by carrying
a lino of samples, from whlcu orders could bo secured, to be ship
ped direct from tho factory. No applicant would bo considered un
less accompanied by full explanation as to tho naturo of the ap
plicant's business, nnd full and satisfactory references.
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office,
He I hear that you have been talk
ing nliotu me.
She No. indeed; I mack It a point
never to speak of my trends unless 1
ran say something good of them, and
so I havo not mentioned you at all.
Churlcs Furneaux, who served
Uncle Sam for many years as consular
agent at Illlo, Is visiting Honolulu, af
ter n long absence, In the enpacity of a
Federal Juror. Here he meets many
I old friends from n former residence In
1 Mr. Furneaux wns well known here
! as an artist and, In answer to a Uulle
1 tlu man's query Inst night at the Hn
1 walhtn hotel, he gave the Information
' that he still finds time to paint somo.
I Ills pictures ot Hawaiian scenery and
tho volcano are many nnd valuable.
I'ncle Sam has yet something to
lcuru about the "pucullar" conditions
obtaining In this Territory. It Is
little rough on 11 man from the Island
of Hawaii to be summoned on n Fed
eral Jury to sit In Honolulu, when the
mileage only pays half the fare and tho
fees will not afford subsistence nt
Mr. Furneaux, llko all tho gCod peo
ple of tho hl Island, takes pride In the
development of that part of the Terri
tory and especially the extension of
railwuyH therein, Ho considers th
Hllo Italtroad Company's enterprlso r
HOWKLL In Honolulu, February 20.
1902. to tho wlfo of Joseph W. Howell
Tho Grippe. This can be avoided by
taking tcaspoonful doses of PAIN
KILLER In hot wnter sweetened, as
well as by external application, full di
rections nro on each bottle. A bottle of
Paln-KIIIcr kept In the house will prove
valuablo not only for the Grippe, hut
for ordinary coughs irhd colds. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but ono Paln-KIII-ir,
Perry Davis". Prlco 2fec. and 50c.
Chicago, as recently redlstrlct, Is
made up of thirty-flvo wards. New
York has sixty-nix.
Alden Electric "Belt1
peinnry Is guaranteed
all the curative proper
ties of the esiwv Ive belts now sold by
do tors and drucElsK It elves a verv
t'trniiK current of electricity and Is easily
regulated. uunu to supersede otners. iar
be had from the undersigned onlv. no
agentsi no discount. Circular free. Address
I'icrco mectric in . 200 I'ost bt.. ban
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
- jn W
Hawaiian Engineering and Gonstrnction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. SOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
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, and Reports
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc O. X.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
JUST RECEIVED PER GERMAN SHIP "MARIE IIAGKFELD'
also IRON MATERIAL FOR RAILROAD GARS for 30-inch track.
For sale in quantities to suit, at lowest market prices by
H. HAGKFELD & CO., LIMITED
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd-
1170 River Street.
Bet. Ueretanla and Pauahl,
Tel. Blue (HI.
P. O. Box 078.
'ubbcr Tires pat on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.