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f Fraternal Directory.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:50
(a Harmony Hall. King street
H. McKECHNY. N. O.
E. IL HENDRY. Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street,
yislung brothers cordially Invited to
II. J. QALLAOIiER. C. C.
A. E. MUltf UY. ILR. B1
OAHU LODGE, No. I, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7 30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
ing brothers cordially invited.
F. W. DUNN. C.C.
ED. C. ALDIUCH.
K. of It. & 8.
NO FLAT DOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines are made spark
ling when mixed with
white rock water
They are, In this way. given a
zest and life, unequalcd except
by the best champagne. The
diner out or tho gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that the ta
ble will be supplied with this
water. It Is given a prominent
placo on tho wine list of the
most exclustvo clubs In America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Hall Danquct In
Washington. The palate of epi
cures Is gratified to the utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W. C, Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Best Insurance In the World
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD
Tel. 287 Main. 176 King 8treet
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
It Loaded Up With
Scotch Shortbread: Cakes, all sizes.
prices and styles; Pics, just llko your
mother used to mako; Cookies, Maca
roons: Lady Fingers: Cream Puds;
and all tho dainty styles suitable ior
the well-furnished table.
Tons of Puro Candy, from cheap
grade for children, up t) better grades.
For 60c we can furnish you a box of
Delicious Candles worth a dollar else
wliu re King up Main 74.
IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
FOR SALE !
-AT MAKIKI -
New two story house.
Elctrlc lights; stable
for 3 horses and car
riage. Modern sani
tary plumbing. Ce
ment sldowalk. Near
Electric Car Line.
506-507 Stancenwald Bid
Latest Styles Low Prices
29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt I
W. C. Ashley )udlters
T. E. Wall i
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT 8T.
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND 80LD!
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
U. White 1221
P. O. Box 551
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Klin - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
wrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
nd nrVBTED PIPES for irrlgatlor
purposes a specialty. Particular attcn
.Ion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
nacuted at shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : I
Pnoi and eitlmtes furnllhtd for All dtltll
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300 BOSTON BLK, Honolulu.
!!lF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
11 IN NEWSPAPERS
. , ANYWIIUKU AT ANYIIMU
I ' Call on or Write
E.C.DAKtl'S ADVERTISING AGEHCY
64 & 65 Merchants' Exclnge
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
POLO PONIES REST
AFTER HARD SEASON
ANINALS AND THE MEN WHO OWN THEM
of the Little Beauties
Entertained the People
Wtlh the exception of tho McKinley
Memorial game, polo Is pan for this
senson. Practice on the field In Kap
iolani Park Is no more Indulged in. As
a matter of fact, it has been forbidden
to ride on the Held now In order that
the turf may keep In good condition.
The polo ponies which In many cases
have had pretty hard work during the
post season can now soon get their
well earned lest until practice for tho
Intcr-lsland matches beginning In
August. A list of the ponies which
hate been conspicuous on the field
during the past season together with a
description of the characteristics of
each horse, follows:
Devil Child, nee Cockroach.
Major Potter, who has been playing
In position one on the first team, owns
Devil Child, a bay mare, aged (1. e
ocr C jcars old), height 13.2 hands,
native bred on llonoullull ranch. This
Is her record season ot play. When
Devil Child first made her entree on
the polo Hold last reason her appear
ance was far from prepossessing, as a
matter of fait she was so skinny lhat
she receUed the name Cockroach.
Feed, care and her natural ncmius ills-
position under the able. hoisomanBhlpMlllly. Second season of playing. This
01 Major Potter hate, however,
brought her to a spunky Btago of pro
ficiency. While she Is very smalt for
the size ot her rider Devil Child Is so
quick to get under way that she Ic of
ten conspicuously In the road of hei
adversary and Is generally successful
In holding older and faster horses off
tho ball. After fifteen minutes' hard
playing, Dell Child dances off tho
field ns fresh as ever and she has
ever been known to have stood up for
three ten minute peilods In one after
noon. Right of Way.
Right of Way Is Major Potter's sec
ond pony. He Is a grey gelding, C years
old, standing 14.2 hands. His slro was
Duke Spencer (imported) and his dam
a native marc. He was bred at Kane
olu ranch. TIiIb Is his first season of
play. Although he Is still new nt tho
game this pony Is fast and In the posl-10'
Hon (one) In tho team bus opportun
ities to bring Into play with advantage
his cattle experiences at "parting oft.'V
which is practically "riding off," as il
lustrated by polo. The height and
strength of Right ot Way make him
an especially valuable mount for
Horses Ridden by Shingle.
"Sweetheart." a Shennnhoah mare,
aged C years, and brought up on tho
Honollluli ramh. Is dun coloted. A
fine bullock horse, but Just a beginner
at polo. Has an abundance of gilt,
characteristic ot Shenanhoah colts.
"Jim Crow" Is a Kauai hoi bo. Dark
blown with white fnce. Aged 8 yeais.
lormerly owned by CIiob. Rice, and
sold by him to Shingle when be left
for Kauai. Takes a keen Inteiest In
the game and Is exceptionally good at
"Puck" was born at llonoullull, this
Island. Is about 7 yea is old; bay
color. Puck was formerly owned by
Walter Dillingham. Ho Is now con
sidered one of the best polo horses
on the field and is always game to the
last. Is very speedy, haWng repeated
ly left tho crowd behind him on a
dash across the field. Puck has a ery
mean disposition whenever ho finds
his rider cannot master him. Walter
sold him hecauso he bucked nhen one
of his lady friends was riding him. He
objects to new riders.
Mr Louis Warren, manager ol llo
noullull ranch, owns "Minnie." a
beautiful white mare about six years
old and a Shenuiidoah descendant. M In
itio Is an excellent bullock horse and
hay played ery little polo. Ml. War
ren ays she is the best animal hu
ever rode. That means a good deal,
for he has ililden many ot thorn. If
Minnie continues to take a kindly In
terest In tho gamo she will he 11 per
manent fixture 011 tho local polo field
and an option on her fiom her owner
will be taken up.
Walter Dillingham's Ponies.
Puulon A blown gelding, 9 yenis
old, height. II hands 1 Inch. Site. Joo
Daniels, out of Hawaiian bled marc
Foaled at I'uuloa; second season o,
play. This chunky pony Is consideied
tho bust all round polo pony In the
Islands. Trained as a bullock hnrso
with special attention to his mouth,
this pony has acquired a pioflc-leuey nt
turning and starting which, together
with great speed, not only enables him
to get the ball, but to keep It In fast
runs across the field. Puulon went to
Maul with tho Oahu ponies lust July
and was lidden by Mr. S, II Damon In
tho championship match against the
Makawao team. Ho Is gieatly Inter
estcd In tho game and plays with his
head In such a foxy way as to nt times
bo at fault.
BUNDAT BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., SUNDAY,
Life In the Cock Tall.
"Cock Tall." While gelding, six
years old. height H hands; slro Ilazar,
out of . Foaled at Nllklliia; first
season of play.
This little fellow Is like a bunch of
springs, being extremely nervous and
at times unmanageable. He has been
used a little for cattle but lacks gen
eral experience. Shows possibilities,
but through nervous nnxlcty to work
has overstrained his shoulder muscles,
necessitating frequent rests and gen
Tendency, of a High Ball.
High Hall. Hrown buckskin geld
ing. 8)ents, 14 hands, sired by Shenan
doah, out ot Hawaiian bred marc.
Formerly n cattle pony of Louis War
ren's, superintendent of O. R. & L,
This pony lias speed and quickness,
but Is flighty with a tendency to
prance, showing at times n temper and
a disposition to pull.
R. W. Atkinson's Ponies.
Horses ridden liy It. W. Atkinson,
position back In first team.
Aliram Stephanus. Roan gelding;
height 13 hands 2 Inches, sired by
pony was trained as a cattle lioisc by
l.apnl.u. t!u expert cowboy of Wal
alua and pupil of W. A. Ilulck. Dccauso
of his gtit and stajlng powers was
first picked as a suitable pony for polo.
While not up to the limit In height,
the cleverness and brain work of this
pony make him a great favorite not
only with his owner but with those
who play with but not against him.
Abram was taken to Maul by S. E.
Damon and ridden In the champion
Bhlp game against the Makawao team.
Pinau. lluy mare, C ears old,
height 14-1; sired by Shenandoah, out
of Hawaiian bled mare. First season
of play. From Honoutlulll stables. Pin
au was trained as a cattle pony and
while nervous and high strung has
grit and speed which, together with
careful handling and a legard for her
J disposition, will make- this pony one
the best on the polo field. If ncth
tng happens to set her back It Is rea
sonablc to expect the best results In
Plnau's second season.
A. F. Judd's Stock.
Ponies ridden by A. F. Judrt, pla!ng
1 tu second team.
Dandy. Horse, 13 years old; lire.
Norman Clay, bred at Kualoa; color
red roan; height. 14.2. Second plajlng
season. Dandy was for many years
the fawn He bullock horse of Harney
Judd. He Is perfectly broken and the
fact that It was possible at his ago to
teach him tlm gam,a and give him In
terest In It shows that Dandy has tho
sort of gilt which makes the best of
polo ponies. Ho was trained for polo
last year by fierrit Judd, who was
playing back In tho Oahu team In the
games versus the Maul team, both
here and In Maul. This odd horse,
while not possessing the speed of
many of the other ponies, can ho call
ed 11 thoroughly reliable pony, as ho
1 litis tine and Is particularly steady.
Horses of G. H. Angus.
Horses tldden by O. II. Angus; posl-
tlon two In the second team.
Daisy. Mare, eight years old. 13-2
In height; flea-bitten giey. ancestry
unknown. Flist playing season. This
picked up by a traveling dealer, who
brought her to this city, whom shn
was tescued by Angus.
Pepper. Horse; seven jcais old;
13 31 hands In height; bay, with
whlto star on forehead. Sited by
Shenandoah and In eel ut llonoullull.
Oahu. This Is her second playing era
son. Pepper was brought to Honolu
lu fur Walter Dillingham, who gave
him his first lessons in tho uoblo
game. After soveral weeks of playing
the horse passed over to Angus, who
has used htm pretty hard during the
past season. As a onscquence the
hoise'u legs are now somewhat fnvci.
lull and the coming rest has been
Lieut. Hancock's Ponies,
Horses ridden by I.lcut. Haneoel;;
iiosltlon three In tho second team,
Kallhl. Mare, seven yeais old; 13-2
hnnds in height; bay; ancestiy un
known. Flist placing Benson. Kallhl
Is a little Inclined to do the fancy.
While tint small horso would not bo
satisfactory or a heavyweight, he Is
AlJen lilectrlc "Belf
pensory Is guaranteed
nil tne curative proper
ties of the e-nenlve belts now sold by
Jottors and utueeMs. It gives a very
tronc current 01 electricity and Is easily
regulated. IVmnd to supersede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
fierce Klcctrlc en . 200 I'ost St., bin
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for 8B.00
MARCH 9, 190Z
both qnlck enough and strong enough
for tho present rider.
Puck. Horse; five years old; 14 in
height; hrown; ancestry unknown. A
green horse, having been played only
half a dozen times, but full of promise.
C. S. Dole's Mounts.
Horses ridden by C S. Dole; posi
tion back In tho second team.
Zulclkn. Marc, seven years old,
grey, with black polntB; height, 14-2,
Three quarter blood Arab; slro Caliph,
grandstrc Monsoon; bred nt Makawcll
Kauai. First playing season.
Hakutanl. Horse, six years old; 14
bands In height; bay, with black
points. Sired by Shenandoah at Honou
Hull. First playing senson.
Three lively games of basket ball of
twenty minutes each, were, played In
the Young Men's Christian Association
gymnasium last evening between teams
picked by Physical Instructor Young
from among enthusiasts ot the Institu
tion. The teams were designated the Reds
and the Yellows, ribbons of their re
specthe colors being worn by each
The sport was exciting In tho ex
treme and Immensely enjoyed by nu
merous spectators, among whom wcro
mnny ladles. A number of soldiers
from the transport Wan en were also
attracted by the entertainment offered
and the contestants were the cause of
great merriment and the subject ot
Notwithstanding the smart and en
ergetic play ot the Reds, the yellows
tiirrlcd off the honors In every game.
The Reds gave as the cause of this suc
cess the fact that Ph)stcal Instructor
YouiiK. h champion baskct-balllst, was
on the side of the yellows, and, Indeed,
there seemed to be good grounds for
this claim of the defeated Reds, for
Young was generally the wearer of tho
saffron ribbon who lodged the restless
sphere In the net.
The first game resulted In a scorn
of 11 to 9; the second game 9 to G; and
the third, 1G to 4, nil In faor of tho
The play was kept under the basket
Of the Reds during most of the last
game. Closer passing and pretty In
terference characterized all three
games. The nrds made many close
tries for the net of the Yellows and
perhaps, if It had not been for the sure
hand of Instructor Young, who knows
how to land the ball, the games might
hao lesulted more cenly.
Mrs. Mary Pearson, wife of John
Pearson, died at her home In Honolulu
on Friday morning at the early nge of
thirty-seven yenrs. With her husband
she leaes two children, a sun of four
teen years and a daughter ,1 J ear or so
younger. She was seized with her last
illness only on Sunday last, heart fail
ure being given us the fatal malady.
Mrs. Pearson was a native of Dingwall,
Scotland. She was well liked by ac
quaintances and a favorite of the Scot
tish Thistle Club, for wiles') 'eaits ' ho
would contribute scones nnd other vi
ands precious to the Caledonian palate.
The funeral was to Pearl City cemo
tery. the Rev. V. II. Kltcnt of St. An
drew s' Cathedral conducting the last
rites. The pall-bearers were F. W,
Kline, Thomas O'llrlen, T. M. Rne, H,
Muriay. Thomas Rail, Robert Pearnon,
O. White and II. W. Anderson.
TUB 1902 CLUU.
A masquerade ball Is planned by the
1002 club at Rlks' ball 011 Thursday
ecnlng nnd a glorious time Is prom
ised. The 1002 Club Is an aggregation
of ladles and gentlemen who believe In
denouncing dull care by occasional 'ti
dal functions of a select und entertain
ing natuic. Thursday evening la to bo
the regular evening tor enjoyment. K.
A. Jncobson Is the president nnd re
ports rapid progress In tho Increare of
membership since organization. Sheet
and pillow case parties and various
other amusing social affairs will be nr
ranged from week to week, mimic be
ing supplied by members of the club. A
quintet club Is now being formed
among the members and many or
jangementa are being made for the suc
cess of the organization.
CAPTAIN BI50KAW8 'PHONE
A shipping man had occasion to com
municate with Captain Urokaw of tho
tug Fearless yesterday on nu Important
matter In relation to his business, but
found that tho captain's telephono was
out of order and that he could not hi
Captain Ilrokaw, speaking ot the
matter to a Dulletln reporter, said that
be had received numerous complaints
from persons who had vainly attempt
ed to reach hlra over the wire. For
five days tho telephone at the captain's
homo has been useless. As tho Fearless
Is absolutely necessary In case of a fire
In tho hurbor or on the waterfront it
Is considered that ho should be easily
and quickly accessible by telephone.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Qnlnlne Tablets
All drugglstB refund the money If it
falls to cure. K. W. Orovo's signature
Is on er.ch box. 25 cents.
l;vcry possessor of a "Kodak or
"Ilrownle" camera Is offered tho op
portunity of competing for 11000 Id
prizes given by tho EaBtman Kodak
The great advantages of a cosmo
politan population and beautiful seen'
ery makes tho chance of Honolulu con
testants favorable and ns the prizes are
numerous, Island amateurs will no
doubt draw a largo Blmrc Honolulu
ftioto Supply Co, are headquarters.
The Dulletln, 75 cents per month.
Our stock of builders' linrclwnre Is tho most complete la
the city. Y. O T. goods ore universally known to be the
best. We nre sole Agents. The Young building nnd new
Punnhou building nre being fitted throughout With theso
goods. Vc have IN 8TOCK every variety manufactured.
Wc carry both the dull brnss nnd the old copper finish.
GOODS ALL OPEN TO INSPDCTION.
E. O. Hall
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to those know
Ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Post Sts., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo have the largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
A. V. GGAR, President. EMMETT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insure your Lite. Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
In the best and strongest companies, as represented by
The Honloulu Investment Go,, Ltd,, Merchant St,, Judd Building
Architects, Contractor and Builder.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. lu 160
Qeo. W. Page.
F. W. Beardslee.
Architects and Builders.
Offices, Elite building, Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Kstlmates ru
nlshed on Short Notice.
OI ALL, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Alton & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly attend! to.
M. P. BBRTBL,JV1A1NS
16 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance 01
King street Orders left at either skoj
or office at John Nott'a store, Ktm
street, will receive prompt attention.
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for the Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
Wells, Fargo & Co.
TEL. MAIN 199;
Masonic Temple, with American Mes
tho old Sewing Machine Agent, is still
In business nt 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
& Son, Ltd.
Order a case from the
Brewery for home use.
Tel. Main 341
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
I ALAKCA 8T,
I Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schsefer,
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
' 22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kapiolani Park
Addition and In
Kallhl. - . . .
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
E. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
and Builders solicited.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
E. T. JDREIER
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared. - Dealer
in Electric Supplies,
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg.
TEL BLUE 281.
A. A. MONTANO announces tho
"SPRING OPENING" of the LATEST
MILLINERY. Now and exquisite do
bigus in hats and bonnets,
Wednesday, March 12 to Saturday,
A fine new stock of Ladles', blisses'
and Infants' Muslin Underwear now on
A. A. MONTANO
Millinery and Dressmaking House,
Hotel St. near Fort.
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