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E. O. Hall
Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
1120 FORI STREET
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diiuter for Wine
STILL wines are made spark
ling when mixed with '
white rock water
They are, In this way. Riven a
zest nnd life, uncqualed except
by tho best champagne. Tho
diner out or the gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that tho ta
blo will bo supplied with this
water. It is given a prominent
place on tho wine list of the
most exclusive clubs In Amorlca,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Ball Ilanquct In
Washington. Tho palate of epi
cures Is gratified to the utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
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Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
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r C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Am.
O. P. DBNIRON. Superintendent
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1211 P. O. Box 55-
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In laree or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAIl MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd KIVETBD PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice
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ENGINEERS AND : : :
Piaoi n4 tlttmatea furnlihid for all claitaa
. Contractor woik.
ROOM , BOSTON BLOCK. HONOLULl'
I.lttlo chicks are allowed to die,
eggs get source, tho chickens make
dry eating, etc. These mistakes are
constantly made, but need not occur.
will. Increase tho quantity of eggs and
inaKo hens lay regularly. It cures
chltkcn cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
rheumatism and all diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
Pratt's Poultry Food.
What It docs for chickens it docs
for all kinds of poultry. Tho oldest
and most reliable In existence. Call
for a package and try It.
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Pine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
First-class Bmbalmcr from S. V,
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL MAIN 179.
LARGE AUDIENCE GREETS
THE AMATEUR MUSICIANS
Selections Very Much Enjoyed ---
Miss Barber's Playing Was
More Excellent in Lighter
A large mid appreciative audience
attended the ( oik tut glten by Miss I0I.1
Harbor under the auspices nf the Y. V.
C A. In the Y. M. C. A. linll last night.
Miss Ilarber had bren fortunate In
obtaining assistance from fume of the
very best musicians of Honolulu
among whom were Mrs. Whitney and
MIsh Castle, whose piano selections
both received unlimited upplniiM al
though uiifoittinatel. neither gave an
The (list number 1111 the pmgriiiu
Ilcctliuwn's Somite VIII op
ten cli' tod on the violin by Miss Ilarbet
Miss Agatha Kelley playing the piano
accompaniment. Although Miss liar-
l.er rendered the piece without mis -
tunc. 11 was perhaps unfortunate, that
she had chosen a piece nlioie her abil
ity as It takes a most accomplished
' lllftllAnn tn 1.B.I . . nil llin I. . &
and movemeut of mis nmcuit
1 piece. The piano accompaniment was
I also lacking In discretion especially In
I the third tempo, the too five use of tho
pedal to some extent drowuhig the
delicate passages on the violin.'
Charles Elston sang well De Koven's
. "For This" and was lecelvcd with
'applause which his songs always call!
Mrs. Whitney's rendition of
Hrahms' "Lullaby" was. together with
Miss Castle's piece, the best of tho
evening. The delicate touch, feeling
mid musical taste which Mis. Whitney
displayed In performing this piece,
called foitli a ery generous applauso
which was certainly well deserved.
Miss Barber next ienderd thiee vio
lin selections, D'Aurla's "Heverle."
Eberliardt's "Knlmldtnni" and Neru
da's "Berceuse Slae." She was neiom
panlcd by Mrs. Kelley. The lack of
thaiacter of the first piece made the
performance of it mine 01 less tedluus.
Ill the second piece, the "Kolioldtanz,'
11.01 )ij 510 .miss uaruer snowen to ner nut aitvan-
li'oo i I'm ""'' slle P-B'e-I "'I" vivacious little
44i ... I piece with skill and dash, displaying a
!!!i! i"s ' Vttcct mastery of Its technique. In
1 1 this piece as well as In the "First Con
ADMlY hm" Dp'm i lcrt0" ' l)0 ""'"I. " tckctlon of 11
tils i 1 1 like character, Miss Harbor's playing
tio "" !'?'showa to especial advantage,
in 'ro-i am Mrs. Cooper sang Ilotalll's "Alono"
aid von Flelltz' "Dreams," accomimnl-
1 .. .
uii uy iurn.t jiicijuiitiiii. iiirn, uoup--r
was In good voice and her fine rendi
tion of both numbers called forth welt
deserved applause. The accompani
ment In the last pice especially wus
rather too loud.
Miss Carrie Castle, dressed In n gow 11
delicately approprluto to thr character
of the piece she played, rendered tin
"Fcuerzauber" from Wagner's "Die
Walkure" of tho famous triology. Miss
Castle's fine touch, easy technique nnd
tho way In which she understood to
bring out the character of the pkco
wus much appreciated by the audi
ence and brought forth a thundering
applause of which every whit was
"I tan't think," Hald the girl with
(ho Julia Mnriowo dimple, "what made
Algv act so strangely last night."
"Did ho proposo to you at nny time
during the evening?" asked tho girl
with tho Mnudo AdamB noso.
"Then ho must have been drinking."
Get your orders In for the special
Industrial edition. The second edition
is now ready for distribution. Price
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Last quarter or the moon on the 2d
at 0 i) n. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and aeodctlc Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul ana IIIlo occur
about on hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo is lOh 30m
slower than (Ircen wcih time, bolng
(at of tho meridian of 157.30. The
tlmo whistle ..owe at 1:30 p. m., whlcd
Is tho same as Greenwich. U11 Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will And thcru
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographtc
umcc located in 1110 Merchants ex.
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit freo of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Hiirrau. Piiiiiihoit, March 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
('.; Midday maximum, 7.1.
Ilarometer at 3 a. in. SO.li. Rising.
Dew l'olnt ;.1l'
Humidity at !i a. m. ."." per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station,
Mnivh 1. Weather ilear; wind high
Friday, Februaiy IS.
V. H. A. T. Warren, llnrnvson, from
hen In distress.
Am. Id;. Kalulanl. Dabel, 30 dais
from San Fianclsco. with general 'mer
Saturday, March 1
Am. I)M. Conmado, Potter, 20 days
iroin Han rranclseo, with general mer
chandise. Am. bkt. S. (J. Wilder. Jackson. 27
1 days from San Kinnelseo, with goner
I al merchandise.
1 Friday, February 2S.
1 lT. S. A. T. Warren. Ilarnesoii. for
Am. p. i:mlly I'. Whitney. Ilrlgiuan,
lor Makawell, to load sugar.
Slnir. Kauai. Ilruhn. for llunamaulu.
St 111 r. .1. A. Cummins. Seurle, fur
I wlndwnrd Oahu ports.
I Hatuiday, March 1.
I Am. Iik. Ceylon. Wilier, for l.cijsan
Islanil; !l a. lit.
Fiom San Francisco, per bkt. S. O.
Wilder. Mnirli .. L. W. Hough.
A DREAKFAST DAINTY.
Ileie h a delicious and eeonoinluil
brcakr.iRt dish, easily prepared, and
biiinclent fur four people,- toHtlng less
than twentylle ents. Take twelve
Innili Milni.m unlfl In linlr nnd nl!wn
111 cold salted wntei. and allow them
to stand oor night. In the morning
lemmo the skin, illy on a towel, ami
rr.ll ,fn,l, I. ..If 1I..I..I.. I.. II,... .. II..
tahlt-spooufiil of butter or drippings
proferabl dilppings) In 11 frlng I conducting a homo of their own from ui.. i apw mi imamw 17 w...
nan. nml lav en.li l.litnm- In .-in for the ace of 14. In Turkev anv vouth former boat not later than the 3d inst.
.frying. ,m..r and allow them to sim
1 pier slowly fur half an hour, turning
Telephone tho EVENING BULLE
TIN, Main 25G, if m have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc., etc,
and wo will call. Wo havo men that
know their buslncs for that purpose.
The. . .
PAST AND FUTURE.
(With apologies Id Mr. Kipling.)
And yo flaunted your glory nt-crlckct
Your power to phoot at tho goal;
And yo went to a Younger Nation,
Who have taught you to bat and to
Hut when you return to your mutnns
And hope to mako trial nt Lord's
Of tho skill the Australians taught you
On Sydney and Melbourne Bwards,
Yo will nnd It a fond deluson,
' Yoti will find ou've been wasting
For In Englaml we've promised to prac
Another and nobler game.
it Is foolish to field and Mt-llvrv. '
To stand at the wickets or slips;
It Is I1II0 to strive with Australia
In mutual, annual trip'.
Hut obey the behest of the season.
And know, that your past U all
And surrender your football and
To challenge the world at Ping
Revived Him With Bicycle Pump.
While some boys of tender years
were playing, a game of football near
Llnwood avenue Earl Day, a center
rush, was knocked down and breath
less by John D. Crittenden, a grand
son of Governor Crittenden. It alarm
ed John for a few seconds, as Earl
lay breathless and motionless. John,
with that quickness of thought of
the boy. concluded, as tho breath was
knockeil out of him, tho next best
thing was to get It back. So he and
John Cockfelt put one end of n rubber
tube of a hlcyclo pump In his mouth
and soon pumped him full. Cockrell
helil Earl's lips close together, so tho
nlr could not escape. Young Day enme
from tho Operating table some larger
nbout the dlaphram, as he was chock
full of air, hut a few belches got rid
of the excess and he again entered tho
game as gay as n spring colt. Where
Is the doctor who can beat this emer
gency actV-Kansns City Journal.
Vcn jou slitting oud on dcr gate
Mlt der best girl dot Gott made,
Vlsplrlng secrets shweet und late.
Ven In dot oldt church grand,
Mlt quaking knees you shtand.
Holding nerfously her hand.
Ven der sunshine leaves der years,
t'nd der's fener smites den tears,
Hlsnlss drabbles, dentils und fears.
Vcn your ejes don'd seem so prlght.
I'ntl your hair is shnowy vlte,
Valtlng for der world's Goo-Night.
F. P. I'ltzer In Washington Times
THE, MARRIAGEABLE AGE.
In Germany n "man" In order to
marry must be at least 18 years of
age. In Portugal a boy of 14 Is ton
sniered marriageable, and a "woman"
of 12. In Greece tho "man" must have
ftp.tli ni lenitt 14 Rlimmerti nml thn
"woman" 12. In France the "mnn"
. inllRt lid IK 11111I thn "unman" 1lt. in
Belgium, the same nges. In Spain.'
the Intended htisbnnd must hae pass-
'cd bis 14th year and the "woman" her
I l-'tr, it, Anulrln "mnn" nn.t n "...
. an" arc supposed to be capable of
nml maiden who can walk properly
and can understand the necessary re
Unions service are allowed to bo unit
ed for life.
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Mill I ll ! .IMIWI IMUnillHI !
Good Stories Told About Noted Men and Women.
President a Great Lover ot Horses,
What Women Want to Know.
Rhymes of the Day.
Potato Diseases and Treatment.
New Women Roasted It Is To Laugh.
History, Mentality and Titles of Prince Henry.
AND MANY OTHERS.
WHITNEY & MARSH
104s FORT STSEET.
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for seven-room
house. In lpts to suit, hav
ing city, no reasonable offer rcfus
ed. Call third house from Alapal on
TO LET Furnished front room for
one or two gentlemen, breakfast If
desired, fit; Vineyard. 2084-lw
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Tel Main 131
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Tin1 linn tli and last assessment on
the new stock or the PIONEER MILL
CO., LTD.. Ik due nnd payable at the
office of II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Ho
nolulu, on March 15th, 1902, nnd do-
liniment on March 31st
Treasurer Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
2081 March 1. 3, 4.
Nolleo is hoicby given that Intend;
'K passengeis per S. S. "Aorangl.
'I"0 t0 snl1 for Naneouver on the 12th
illSt.. and fOT tllC S. S. "MlOWCra. ' dUO
ha" for the Colonies on the 15th
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Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
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Our first shipment or HIGH CLASS
DRESS GOODS for the SPRING OF
1902 Is here.
Thero are many choice fabrics and
new conceits, but wo wish to particu
larly mention about ono hundred pat
terns of swell noteltles at $10 to $25
Thero Is but ono of a kind. We wilt
not attempt to describe them, but tho
styles are superb and exclusive.
You should see them.
Modistes especially Invited.
MIND READER, HYPN0TI8T
HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER
TAINMENl OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MY8TERY AND IL
LUSIONS, ASSISTED BY
Warren tho young Mormon Wizard,
King of tho Handcuffs and a company
of Clever Performers.
An Entertainment to Please All.
Clean, Wholesome and Enjoyable,
Reserved seats now on sale.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of a series of
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In English by Native
Hawaiian. A Melodrama in two acts,
The Lady of The Twilight
New Scenes New Costumes New Songs
A musical intorlude by the company.
Landing oi Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Realistic Sceneries have been spe
cialty designed and painted for both
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