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SUNDAY IJUM.ETIN. HONOLULU. II. T SUNDAY. MARCH 2, 1902.
We are the agents for the celebrated
COLOGNE, SOAPS and TOILET
We can recommend them.
ister Drug Go.
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
Tho En a Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard OH Co.
Tho Geo. V. Wake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Kiro Ins. Co of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co of London.
H P. Baldwin President
J B Castlo First Vlco President
W. It. Aloxander.. Second Vlco Pr.cs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AQBNTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co, Klhel
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Ilallroad Co., and
The Gilifornia and Oriental S. S, Co
LIFE aid FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co , Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co , Onomea Sugar Co ,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.
Makeo Sugar Co.Haleakala Ranch Co,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packet, Chas. Browcr & Co 'a Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS
0. M Cooke, President, George
Robertson, Manager, 13. V Bishop
Treasurer nnd Secretary, Col W F.
Allen, Auditor; P C Jones II Wa
terhouso and Geo It. Cartor, Directors.
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you pre undecided, we
will help you. That fa In our line and
the PRICK IS RIOHT, at the EVEN
1 p r.rti Jy"
Hx - f
li Loaded Up With
Scotch Shortbread; Cakes, nil sixes,
prices and styles; Ties, Just like your
mother used to make; Cookies, Maca
roons; Lady Fingers; Cream Putts;
and all tho dainty styles suitable lor
tbo well furnished tabic.
Tons of Puro Candy, from cheap
grade for children, up t J better grades.
For GOc wo can furnish you a box of
Delicious Candles worth a dollar clso
where. IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY
t DONT FORGET
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
FOR SALE !
-AT MAKIKI -
New two story bouse.
Elctrlc lights; stablo
for 3 horses and car
riage. Modern sani
tary plumbing. Ce
ment sidewalk. Near
Electric Car Line.
506-507 Stancenvvald BIJ
Latest Styles Low Prices
29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meets evory Monday evening at 7:30
a Harmony Hall, King street
II. McKECHNV, N. O.
E. II. HENDRY, Hocrelary.
All Tlsltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Moots overy Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock In I'armouy Hall, King street.
tailing brothers cordially Invited 'o
H. J. GALLAGHER, C. C.
A.B;UUUl,HY, K. 11 S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at liar
jiony Hall, King street, at 7 30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, nnd visit
ing brothers cordially Invited
F W DUNN, C.C.
ED. C ALDIUCH,
K. of It. & S.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The Laiimshlru Insurnnco Co.
Tho Ralolso Insurance Co.
Union Cass Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night watchmen furnished for build
hi kb, business property and resldcncos
Builders will do well to consult Bow
era In regard to wntcluren,
Office and Residence, School Street.
P. O. Box 284; Tel. Vr hlto 3691.
, IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE f
M IN NCWi-PAr-HS
6 AnrWMLKU AT ANYIIA1U A
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E.C.DAKhl'S ADVERTISING AGENCY I
64 & 63 Merchant' Hxcliange
cam l.uik.risrn fit
Ed.Towse Shows Liquor
Consumption Is On
BEER IS BLOOMING A
MORE POPULAR BEVERAGE
Local Employers of Labor Generally
Very Strict, and Insist Upon
Sobriety Among Men
At a meeting of the Research Club on
Friday evening last, the temperance
question was discussed very forcibly by
Mr. Ed Towsc nho added to his re
marks the views of local cmnlovers
of labor on conditions In Honolulu. In
the course of his remarks Mr. Tow so
"During 1900 the drink consumption
of the I'nlttd States per ten of popula
tion was 147 gallons Meanwhile, that
of Germany was 30'J, that of the United
Kingdom 33.', nnd that of France, 337.
In other words, the drink consumption
of the United Stntes was less than half
that of am of the other thrco countries
This fact ma) have something to do
with American commercial success It
should be noticed too that In the Unit
ed Stntes, as In England and Germany,
beet forms about nine-tenths of the
total consumption. In France It Is less
than two-tenths, while more than sev-en-tenths
consists of wine
Increase In Drinking.
' The second point of Intercst'ls that
the drink consumption here, as In thn
three other countries, has shown a
distinct Increase during the last few
years If the consumption for 18SG to
1890 be taken at 100, that for 1S9G to
WOO was, In the United States 120, In
German), 1J3, In the United Kingdom,
113. nnd In Franc 12.' It nppcara
that the rate of Increase here Ih almost
tho same as that In France nnd In cr
m any, while the smallest rate of In
crease Is tu the United Klngdum
"It Is to be observed, howeer, that
the Increase In this countr) Is due a!
together to the growing fondness for
beer The consumption of wine mil of
spirits has declined. This Is at lc 1st
an extenuating circumstance. If Am
ericans must drink mure, It Is will that
It should he beer rather than whisk),
The beer Is less likely to cause drunk
enness leading to crime and less like
ly to Induce bodily ailments Icjdlng to
ph)slcal and mental degeneration
Liquor at Harvard.
"Harvard, as well as the Massachu
setts Institute of Technology, has Gei
inan kommers, with beer, ale and
claret The trustees and house com
mittee of the Harvard union have vot
ed to allow undergraduates to drink In
rooms of that building when meeting
as an organization
"There is absolute! no limit placed
on the number of kegs, bottles and
cases that can be 111 dried It Is stipu
lated, however, that none of the lluldi
can be saved for later occasions All
must bo drunk, given or thrown away
befoic the last student leaves The
liquors must all be ordered In the name
of some olllcer of the oig.iulzatlon,
who prcsumnbl) will bo responsible
therefor Graduates can bo served
with the H.inie class of drinks indivi
dually without (Oinln,; under the 01-
gnnlzntlon clause, and practically any
where In the building uutslde of the li
Sobering Railroad Men,
"Tho results of tho anti-drink order
some time ago promulgated by the
Union Pacific ofllclals havo reached
others besides the rallroid employes
themselves It is said that as a result
of the order two saloons located In
Wyoming have been compelled to close
their doors They were patronized al
most exclusive!) by railroad men, and
when such supporters were forced to
withdraw their patronage tho business
done was not sulllclcnt to pay the lent
'The prophicles that the order could
not be enforced made b) many wise
acres at the time It was Issued have
been refuted Rome difficulty was at
first experienced In getting the men to
realize that the olllclals vvcie In earn
est, but the enfonlng of the ordei to
the verj letter qukkl) dispelled that
Illusion It Is said among inllioad
men that from lull to 200 dlsch.iiges
had to he Issued before the order be
came as effective ns was the Intention
of those who cone civ ecf It
Local Laborers and Liquor,
'The Oahu Rnllua) and l.anil Com
pany employes from C00 to 730 men mm
Insists upon strict sobilet) If a nmn
Is seen to be drunk off dutv ho Is dis
charged, "The Honolulu Iron Woiks manage
ment Is more leulent and good men
have been "given a ihanie, the Judg
ment of the foieman being accepted
Out of the MO to t00 men emplo)nl
tliero Is now less ill Inking, among Hie
skilled workers than eve' lhii 1
The men who pcislst In ilrlul.mn ,11.
he ,r.& gradi.all) weeded oil' ft'im lit
vii'ks were moved It was Hum li Hi
lion location would be out 01 im h nt
the saloon but the Hillour 'allow I tin.
Pain's Hawaiian Timiinum c
ploys 2S0 men If they are Inn', whip
they uppear for duty, or get chunk c;i
duty they are din barged utln ire
the management docs not n i.u
the men do
C O Ballentyne. manager of tin
Rapid Transit system, cmploH 7" im 1
and all arc sober.
"13 Peek & Co have DO men and ,111
very strict. They regard It as daiigei
ntis to employ men with teams dilvlnr
about tho city, who aic not leliablj
sober A man who has worked1
there for twelve jenrs has been dis
charged nnd the management Is v.ery
nrm In adhering to Its ruleB
Lewis and Turk ileellno to do busi
ness with drinking or drunken men be
muse the captains of vessels demand
sober mm They do not allow men
who hae been drinking on their
promises nor do they permit liquor
to be taken there
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Pottage on the Dulletln's special In-
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the Stateo.
Read "Wants" on pago 6.
New pirlors of Mrs. Hanna In tho
Oregon bloi k. Union street.
Gomes & Mc flghe, successors to Ca
rrara & Co liquor dealers, 9r) King St.
Corns and Ingrowing nails removed
without piln by Dr. Bogle, Arlington
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured b) the Bulletin Publish
One generous coat of PEERLESS
PRESERVING PAINT equals threo of
Tho weekly edition of tbo Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Meet mc nt tho Fountain tho popu
lar Ice cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Dr. S A Knapp. LL I) , of the De
partment of Agriculture, Washington,
lias been visiting plantations on Oahu.
Charles Molteno, formerly of Mer
chant street, has reopened his shaving
parlor on King street, opposite Young
The Bcason for phcasint shooting has
closed In these Islands Mportsmcn
arc barred from killing tho birds until
the loth of September
A series of photographs taken on the
coffee plantation of Loulsson Brothers
l.n l.n n.l.ln.l III I. g ,. I (,lt 1 1 II .Ml 1 '
HUB UCVIl UllWtU ... m.J f ...M..
Museum l) Commissioner Wray Tay
A dinner In honor of Miss Glllett"
will bo given b) Dr. nnd Mis. Chnrlct
B Coopei, and Mr and Mrs S E. Da
mon on Wednesda). ut Puukapu, Mo
annlua. A large quantity of mall Intended
for the Philippines, and brought b) tho
Warren, was transfened to the local
post otllce )esterdny pending the re
tails on the vessel.
The new parish house and Sunday
school rooms of St Clement's chapel
nrc speedll) Hearing completion It Is
expected that the strucluie will bo
completed b) Easter
ll)rno &. Livingstone, direct repic
sentntlves of mail) of the largest nnd
oldest manufacturing firms of the
United States, have opened an olTlce In
the Progress building
The force of the wind wns sulllclcnt
jesteidny to upioot tiees 111 the Kc
walo district. The building occupied
by the Sloan Christian chapel was
blown over li) the veloelt) of the gale
. .i .. ... ii H.nn ..'
, meeting of special importance to
all Baptists In the city will be held In
the parlor of the V M C. A. at k
o'clock this afternoon. All Baptists
are earnestly requested to he present.
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Call
fornlt Fruit Market when jou want
fruit and vegetables. He nlwa)s has
on hand a frrch supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Because the appropriation Is ex
hausted work ut the United Stntes
Agricultural Experiment station will
have to be entlreh discontinued until
the next nppioprlatlou is available,
The new building being erected for
Punahoii Prepirntor) school, on th"
grounds of Oahu College, Is being rustl
ed to completion Ihe struetmo will
be ready for occupaur) about the llrst
Principal Chailes llaitlett Dyke of
Kamehameha school delivers the ml
dress at the 4 o'clock men's meeting
this afternoon Ills subject Is "A
Twentieth Centuiy Religion " All men
Notice of mechanic's lien to the Ha
waiian Engineering nnd Construction
Company nnd Convent of the Sacred
Heart, In Ihe amount of $1(17 'ID for la
bor upon the convent, bus been given
by Pedgrlft & Pedgrlft V.
A continuance was granted In the
case of Charles Malala charged with
having Improper iclatlons with a
oung Hawaiian girl Malala will havo
a hearing before Judge Wilcox In th?
Police Court on Wednesday morning
b'eveinl prominent local business
111 ins are Investigating the feasibility
of n organising the wireless telegriipli
service between Island points, Tho
compan) s books aro being Inspected
prepai.itory to a statement of expendi
tures and leeelpts,
A decided depaiture In Y M (' A
uuik In this city lias been Inaugurated
b) .1 committee of ladies, with Mrs
II F Dillingham as chairman, who
have cscepl.illy fitted up a room In tho
association building for bo)s under
the age of fciui teen )ears. Tho room
will be gremousl) supplied with lead
ing in.ittei and various games
he doom of the Ins.mltuiy and
llltliv lulled wnshhoiises has been
si uh d Siipeilntendcnt of Public
Woiks llojd lias taken the matter In
hand and 01 del eel an Immediate clean
ing up of the piemlses given over to
l.iundi j lug Captain Sam Johnson
bead of the gaibage department, will
have eh irge of the work
w 1th sus-
AlJen Hltrlc "Belt'
petwry Is mnnnteed
ill the curative proper
les of the esnen Ive bells now sold by
lo tors and druKgMs. It rIvcs a very
trnnc: current of electricity and Is e.illy
euliteJ. Bnund to supereJe others. Can
w hid from the undersigned only: no
icenbi nn discount. Clrcuhr frre. Address
'lcrco Electric Co . 206 Post St.. Sin
-ranclsco. Sent free to Hw.il! for 85.00
riie Dr. q:
W Itll SUS- -Ki3z
Map of United States
Is Pure White.
LAST LAW SIGNED BY
GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA
Historically Interesting Event Re
cently Held in Boston Work that
Was Begun in Vermont Nearly
Twenty Years Ago.
Nearly twenty )cnrs ago the first
Temperance Education law in tho
world was enacted In Vermont, largely
through the Instrumentality of one do-
voted woman nlded by noblo workers,
espcclull) tho Woman's Christian
Temperanco Union. Through the same
Instrumentalities, powerfully aided In
many Instances by members of religi
ous nnd philanthropic organizations,
slate after state in radplcmfwpyjpj
state after state In rapid succession
placed these laws upon their statute
books. As nn object lesson, n "temper-
map" vvns prepared
showing the states which had temper
ance education laws In white, tho
! states which had none In black, nnd ns
audi laws hnvc been enacted In one
Snte after another the black covering
of each lias been removed.
Mrs Mary II Hunt of Boston, whoso
earnest self-snrrlflclng labors In bchalt
of this form of education have Inscpar
alilj associated her nnmo with It, has
Just received the pen with which the
Governor of Georgia recently signed
the Inst of these laws now enacted by
tho legislatures of every ono ot the
forty-five states of the United Stntes
and b) the National Congress, nil ot
which require ph)slology nnd h)gleno
with special refeleiice to the effects nt
alcoholic drinks nnd other narcotics to
be tnught In all schools under state
and Federal control.
The removal of the last black cap
fiom the temperance education map
vvns thereforo nn occasion of historic
Interest, and a compan) of well-known
repiesentntlvo people gathered Infor
mallj In Mis Hunt's homo In Boston,
Saturday evening, January 23, to wit
ness this removal nnd to welcome
Georgia to tho white statehood thus
mado complete. Pleasant reminiscent
speeches on many phases of, this work
weic made by some of those present
from cvcrn, ,tatcg nmong , B1ests
. , .... .. ... .
being representatives of the leading
city, state, nitlonnl and world temper
mice organizations, of the Young Peo
ple's Soclel) of Christian Endeavor, ot
tho pi ess prominent elerg)men, the
secretur) of the Massachusetts Board
I of Education, and others.
I Letteis were lend from fi lends nt
I this education In nil parts of tho coun
tr), among them one fiom Mrs Sibley
State Pieslilcnt of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union of Georgia
and one from Governor Candler nt
nnciri-l.i ulwi ttlitip,l tlilfl lnal hw tlma
b) a happy coincidence, crowning the
work to which he had ahead) given
valuable aid As a member of tho
Foity-nlntb Congress, Governor Cnnd
led wns chairman of tho House Com
mltteo on Education and his vvns the
decisive voto in that committee that
led to tho fa vol able reporting and Int
er the enactment of the national tem
perance education law In 1SS0.
The Stnto Commissioner of Educa
tion of Georgia, having asked that the
black cap stinlghtway ho taken from
the face of Georgia on tho mnp, a mes
sage drafted by tho Secretary of tho
Massachusetts Board of Education was
read to be sent from this gathering
tcstlfjlng that tho black covering had
been duly removed In tho presenco of
distinguished nnd representative wit
nesses from different states, and ex
pressing tho hope that by means of
this instruction tho Uvea of tho chll
dron might bo ns unspotted by wrong
habits and as white as the tcmpcraiyo
education map of the United States
This study that gives with other
laws of health tho scientific reasons
for total abstinence Is now legally en
grafted upon tho educational system ot
this entlro country, and la fast spread
ing to other lands
The new management nl tho Wulklkl
Inn Is making Itself most popular with
the man) patrons of the plae.o. Since
being entliely leuovated and overhaul
ed It Is a more popular resort than
ever for those who like to spend their
SundavB at the beach. Iho meals tha
Inn provides mo Justly becoming fa
mous among good livers and tho ef
forts of tho chef aro enhanced by thn
situation of tho hostelry dining room
on the edge of tho ocean
Having the finest beach for bathing
at Wnlklkl, the Inn Is thronged dally
with those who enjoy a pleasant dip In
the sea With Billy Beswlck nt the
head of things and Larry Dee backing
him up tho patrons of tho placo find
that the in Ih nothing left undone to
attend to their wants and mako them
feel peifeetly at home Tho ratea
charged aro of tho lowest In compari
son with tho accommodation nnd good
Bobbin -Paw 7
I'nthc'i Don't bother mo'
Bobble 1st vviin Kwestshuti?
llobblo J'uw, Is Buffalo BUI any ro
Inshun tei Canal BUI? Ohio State
A HOME CURE
If oti wish a pleasant ami wholesome tonic for
mind and bod) there is none to equal
Order a case from the Urewerj. Delivered free
in the cit)
TELEPHONE MAIN 341.
'"i . ;
BEAL'S, Beretania St., near Emma
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Freeh Aleats 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 SALE AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
C. J. DAY & CO.
122 King St., next
A largo American manufacturer dcslics to ariango with somo
ono In Honolulu who Is In position to represent their lino to tho
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Trado. No application will bo con
sidered oxcept that of somo ono engaged solely In tho business of
representing American manulacturcrs. Tbo agency would not be
given to any ono who Is engaged in business for his own account,
carrying stock, etc. Tho business would bo conducted by carrying
n lino of Bnmplcs, from whtcu orders could bo secured, to bo ship
ped direct from tho factory. No applicant would bo considered w
less accompanied by full explanation as to tho nature ot tbo ap
plicant's business, and full and satisfactory references.
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office,
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, Surveys and R
orts made tor any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superln
'ended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for UaU
o&ds, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, High a ays. Found.
Jons, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Report! H
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ. M. AM. Soc. C. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretory and Treasurer.
JUST RECEIVED PER GERMAN
also IRON MATERIAL FOR RAILROAD CARS fnr .in.innh fnnk
For sale In quantities to suit,
H. HACKFELD &
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders slnco 1860 for Death Claims.. $21,373,409 65
Tor Matured Policies 7,007,008 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,099,134 37
To,al 15.57i,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDO BUILDING.
LOOKING FOR A NEEDLE
to find prettier wall paper
than our 1902 patterns. Tho
best of art has been worked
Into the designs and they aro
At the Lowest Price.
to Bulletin Office.
SHIP "MARIE HACKFELD"
at lowest market prices by