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EVENING BULLETm, nONOMJMI, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, AUO. 27. 1902
A Stitch in Time
A small Klro Insurance Pre
mlum will protect against a
Don't Procrastinate !
Telephone us at MAIN 313,
and ave vouiself a panic next
timf tb- flic fthlatlo blows
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS.
Fort and Merchant 8U.
Tl. Main 313. Honolulu.
Le Progres Stated.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Le Progres First Degree.
All vailing member of the or
der are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O,
HU every Monday evening at 7: SO
It Harmony Hall, King street.
K L. CUTTING, N. G.
K. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
aii visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at " 30
o'clock In Harmony Hall, King Btreet
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
H II WILLIAMS.C.C.
A. E MURPHY, K. 11. S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
MmU every Friday evening at Har
moj Hall. King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Vm. Mc
Kinley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting broth
ers cordially invited.
F. W DUNNE. C.C.
ED. C. ALDHICH,
K. of R. S.
WM. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K. of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Harmony Hall, King
treet. Visiting brothers cordially In
ltcd to attend.
C M. V KORSTER. C C.
B. S. GREGORY. K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.j
Honolulu Lodgo No 016, B. P. O E,
will meet In their new hall, on Miller
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the E. R.
D. L. CONKLING,
F. M. BROOKS, E.R. Secretary.
Mr. THOMAS PRi.ME will lecture on
THE LIFE AFTER "DEATH,"
Thursday Aug. 28tb, 1902, 8 p. in., at
ARION HALL (back of Opera House).
A cordial welcome extended to all.
Library open Friday, 3 to 4 o'clock.
MARY D. HENDRICKS.
President Aloha Branch, T. S.
If you don't buy these lots you'll
mlaa It, because you will miss doubling
your money In one year or less. Price,
bed-rock. Finest, coolest and health
iest location In Honolulu, right on
King St below Walklkl Turn, on line
01 Rapid Transit, seven minutes'
straight run to Fort St. Will build
house, from $700 up and guarantee
renter, for this price, $25.00.
Call and see
W. M. CAMPBELL
at hi. office on premise, or my spe
cial agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Inve.tment Co., Judd Bldg.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
have enlarged and refitted their
popular Dining ltoom In order to
accommodato their many cus
for ladles, vttth Electric Lights
and Pans Cool and Pleasant.
served, suitable for this climate
and at such prices that only n
Plrst Clas Ilakery could afford
to make, Including the finest cup
of coffee In the city.
. . . GIVE US A CALL.
in rear of New England Bakery
-MANUFACTURERS and Whole,
We carry ov cry thing In our
-line, such as Chewing Gums,
-Pop Corn Goods, Prize Goods,
-and a large stock of quick sell-
-Ing 5 cent Candies, just the
-thing for retail stores.
Special Inducements to plan-
-tatton stores and others buying
-In large quantities.
Goods sold at wholesale only.
CORNER BERETANIA and VICTO
RIA STS., opp. Thomas Square
House with five bedrooms and large
mosquito proof dining room. Elec
tric lighting and good, up to-dato
plumbing. Admliably suited for
RENT $50 PER MONTH.
Castle & Lansdale
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENTS; INVEST
MENTS. 506-507 8tangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
NEW JAPANESE RUGS
The last lot wo got of theso
proved bo popular and wero dis
posed of so quickly, that we lr.v
mediately sent an order for
more, which aro now heio In
even moio handsome designs
than tho others.
Wo have tho Japanese Cotton
Rugs with bluo and bluo and
white centers, sizes 2x4 feet up
to 12x12. Tho Chinese Mat
ting or Damask Rugs either
twisted or plain, sizes 3x4 feet
to 12 x 12. Come and seo them.
Lewersfic Cooke, Ltd
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Waich Case Co.
.....i u, PhlllDtlphls.U.S A
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Watch Factory
For salo by
The Principal Watch
. Dealers in
Tool., Material, and Finding, used
by Watchmakers, Jeweler, and Ma
dred trades, go to
Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May & Co., Fort St., near King.
TO SALARIED PEOPLE ON NOTES.
Aagoon Bldg., Merchant & Alakea St..
Office hours 9 a. m to 4 p. m.
COTTON BROS. Ft CO
ENGINEERS AND :
Pilot iBd t.tlm.Ll furnlthtd lor all clIMf
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300 BOSTON BLK. Honolulu
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin or
LOCAL AND 6ENERAL
Read "Wants" on page t.
Geo, Harrison, money to loan. Tel,
Kona colfee to be good mutt be pure. ,
0. J. Day sells It.
tlal. n,A Lnn.il 1. ttlA naif 141 lift ll fill 1
I II. Mil; iwrtm uj itit ,vri ..... ..
at 11ST Adams l.ane.
l'rlmo and Rainier beer 10- cents n
glass at tho Pantheon.
The August term is extended to
reach the special term In September.
Ed Stiles and J l llrown leturiicd
fiom Moloknt In the l.ehna yesterday
Nicely furnished rooms, ropulat
House, 1249 Tort St., J1.50 per week up.
A piano and sowing machine are .id
crtlsed for sale at u bargain See ad
blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Shcilff J H Coney letunied to his
home In Mime Kauai. b the .Mll.a
Mrs. Samuel Parker left for Mana,
Wulmca. Hawaii. In the steamer Clau
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the new. of the day.
The banquet of th Native Sons of
the Golden West v. Ill be given at tho
Hawaiian hotel. September 9.
The PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT will atop leaks, preserve your
Bhlngles and stop metal from corrod
ing. "Doc" Eakln and his brother are
selling Owl cigars by the bundled. No
cigar at the price Is better. Imperial
Cigar Store. Port btreet.
The band will Rive the (list of Its
eonccrts on the other side of the rlvor,
this evening. The place chocn Is tho;
lawn near the railroad depot
. . i . .i. . .i,.
. best the market affords at the
reasonable prl Ho J-ulaie
meals and service cant be beat.
Among the passengers for Maul In
the steamer of that name yesteiday
were the following S H. Dow die, C
V. Ualdwln. II. H Penballow, Mis. .1
P. Cooke II. Giles and II C Ovenden
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits Telephone Main
Demit) Marshal llanrlv loft for Kau
ai in the Mlkahala last eenlng to lake
possession of the More of Tan Vo at , VOnhl be ai-suicd If It can be afflllJted
Hanapcpe. a petition in Involuntiiiy (,, management with the sihooK"
bankruptcy having been filed In the t10 manual depaitmcnt.
I'nltcd Statts Court yrsteulay. nie Ultt Par has been ihar.K teri7.-
Among the people booked to leave In 'd by the development of the resources
the Aorangl for Vamouvcr and Vic- , ulriady at hand Our students liave
torla are the following Mr. und Mis. ' gained mark) dly in self-,ontiol. In pci
Giorgo I.. Illgelow, Mis. E C. Watci-.i-oii.il icspoiislblllt). and In ambition
house. Mi. and Mis. A. E. Andeison, to excel in chaiaiter and achievement.
J M 'l.vdgate and T L. llollowuy. Pride In the me of good English hai
George H. Paris ! cited to nnswei i btcn gieatly stimulated by the 1m
beforc Judge Robinson next .Monday j provement In our Ilbiaiy."
Cor contempt of court In falling to ap- The general health of the boys wat
pear before Referee Slmonton with
rccoids on a healing of .1. M. McChes- I
ncys suit lelativu to tue .miuiiv
The srand Jurj presented Its final
report on irlmlnal iharses csterday
afternoon, the true bills It contained
being placed on the closed file. Kiev en
bills of Indictment were lejccted. A
visit nas paid to the Kallhl lecelvlnu
On Mondav evening next Senhor Ca
navarro, Portuguese Consul ut this
port, will return the compliments paid
him by the prominent I'oituguese of
the city when he returned from Por
tugal. Theie will first be a stereoptl
con lecture on Portugal and Madeira
after which will come an Informal te
ceptlon to be followed by a dance
Judge Hobinson began the lie.il ing
C3terday of thi case of C. It. Hemen
way. trustee for K. Taketa, vs. N. Tu
keta. which Is u suit for recovciv of
property of a bankrupt alleged to havo
been tiansferred to N Taketa In vio
lation of the bankruptcy act. The de
fendant claims lie paid full value fur
the store taken by him and has also
stocked It anew.
At about i o'clock jesterday after
noon a baseball team rrnm the trans
port llufoid and un jggiegallon of lo
cal pljjers tame together on the Puna
hou campus. Only six Innings wei
plajed and the local team won by the
score of 21 to 0. If the Mildleis had
any idea at all that they could play
ball they got It all taken nut of them.
They weren't able to hit the ball. Only
four men tor the Soldiers got first basit
two on hits, one on u passed ball
and ono on un enor. There were sev
eral bundled piople out to see the
pin) lug They bad fun out of It but
Bau no baseball
The funeral of the late Thomas A.
I.loj (1 from the Catholic cathedral tu
Nuuanu cemeter was well attended by
neighbors and fi lends of the family
Father Matthias conducted the ser
vices In the cathcdiul and at the giave,
assisted by Father Sjlvestre. the full
choir under direction of Father Valen
tin rendering the music beautifully.
Amongst an Immense contribution
of flowers were a cross of asters sent
by tho road department and ono of
pink carnations und maidenhair ferns
made at the house of mourning my
Mil A H. Murph. The latter win
mounted on a stand and in the decor
ation of the giave was nected ut tbn
David Davton, O. .1 Waller. C. 11.
Dwight, John D Holt Ji 1. It Keu
and I) l.ogan weie the piill-bcuieis
H II. Williams coniluctul the f unci ill
and u mounted policeman acted as mar
shal. Among those piCEcnt weie
Samuel C. Allen. Mark P. rtoblnson,
John Mi Lain, Thos It Lucas. T Mc
Cants Slowart, Andiovv Ilrqwn, I: A.
Milneiny David Dayton 'Jr. Mrs,
John Grace, Mrs Imhoff and other la
dles The widow was In too weak a
state to attend with her family and
some lady friends remained with her
at the house,
PRINCIPAL DYKE MAKES
AN ELABORATE RFPORT
IMPROVEMENTS IN DUILDINGS.
PROGRESS IN SPEAKING EN
GLISH OTHER IMPOR
Principal Mi.itls llartlctl l))kr
wrote a rcpoit on the Kamelininchn
schools, which Is appended to the re
port of the lllshop EMate trustees.
During the tai tho plan of organiza
tion under one executive head was ef
fcclcd. The proposed scheme to pui
chase stapl" food and other supplies
on the Coast was not tarried out be
cause no airangemtnts could bo made
for such purchase In California, and
Honolulu merchants were unwilling to
allow an) discounts In storage of sup
plies. During the sear the school has been
iinnlloil with Bewois and a contract
was made for Impioved electric wlr
lug, while hydrants have btcn set out
for fire protection The present water
supplj Is Inadequate and should be con
nected with the clt water system.
The enrollment for the year has
been- Hist term. Ilojs' School, HC;
Oil Is' School, 00; Preparatory. G. sec
ond term. Uos- School. 12"; Oil la'
School, 8.1; Prcpaiatory. G3.
Vndcr the head of Religion the rc
poit refeis to tho work of the students
us Sunday sihool teachers In various
"bonis, the girls nnd boyg entering
uirnosiiv inio inc michi. mc- "'""'
I people. The report says
In this tils
trlu there Is a population of 700
,.' 0Ultrt ulam,
00 or S00
,1ni nlnn In it n rnnlnl anf tloliintlt tt 111.! si
.h -... . ---
Minui', uiiu uiv uuja in iiituiuui iionr
The need of a home for the accom
modation of alumnae who are pursu
ing their studies In the normal or
working In the city is urged. "Thnt
such a home is needed," sas Mr D)kc,
"Is, 1 think beyond question. The
lllshop Estate Is not In such a position
to assume the flnnn l.il tcsponslblllty
of such au Institution if a responsible)
Uoaid of Tiuslees can b secured and
the money subset Ihrri to cstublMi and
maintain such u home, lis suicch
anu tnc conduct or tue siuueni
for the eai has been excellent I
The dismissal of eight students dur- !nml an appropriation of $800 Is asked
Ing the first term for gambling and for lne pilrci,ase of books,
other serious offenses established the Several changes In the faculty aro
principle that good conduct Js demand- reported. C. K. King. Instructor In
&" muthcmatlcK und music, leaves and his
Heference Is made to military train- placc nii uc. flicj uy Stanley C. Liv
ing und athletic. "1901-190J stands g!ion of Oberlln. Miss Alma Krusen
unique In the history of Kamchameha UJS gianted a year's leave of ab
In athletics with success In every eon-' cncc ,0 bluijy n cw York, and Miss
test." The field day contest was won Lucy i; osborn of Stanford will take
and in the general field meet of all
athletic clubs. Kamebameha was vie-
torlotis, as also In the baseball contest
Tho lepoit adds. "The Huwallan boy
Is bv natuie an athlete. Add to this
the muscle developed In the shops and
on the farm and you have the reasons
foi out 61UCHS3 in athletics."
Iteffience is made also to work
scholarships, students being credited
with theli labor ut fiom five to ten
cents per hour, pa) Ing for their till
tluu this wa) 'Students aic taught
the dlgnlt) of labor and the habit of
woik, the only respectable manner of
gaining u living when they sbull havu
been educated." About ninety pupils
arc enjoying the advantages of tho
Change were made also in the course
of stud) with a three-fold purpose
'To create Interest und develop skill
in the pioductivc trades by the estab
lishment of a trade department for tho
last three )ears of their eouise, to en
courage farm life, by perfecting the
agricultural department, to give u new
stimulus to the academic woik by as
signing academic subjects to u-acheis
specially trained for such work.
Students have choice of agriculture, or
tarpentr), hl.uksmllhlng, maihln
woik, painting and electtlclt). In
manual training there is sewing, print
ing, caipentry, wood-turning and forg
ing. Much practical work has been
done In the tailor hoj In making mill
larj uniforms, and also In the printing
shop In getting out the school paper
Illue and White."
"The first )eu: of trade woik ha
been successful beyond our expecta
tions," says the report. "The time has
come when our great need Is a new
manual tiulnlng and trade school plant
that shall include, beside the trades ul
icud) established, electrical work We
should furnish the- schools with elcc-
tile lights and In all probability, run
the shops by electrical power I re
commend the consideration of plans
looking to such it plant."
'the boys have made nil the repairs
upon the school buildings, and also
done all the painting requited about
The .meets of the agricultural de
partment Is attributed to Q. Kraus. and
the winning of prizes at the fair Is
given as evidence of skill in farming
'Foi the Huvv allnng " ia)s the report,
"tho dangeis of lit) life are even
greater than for people who have been
accustomed to the cities for centuries
With the already small country popu
lutlon to lecrult the city every means
should bu used to keep the Hawaiian
population In the country districts "
'It Is safe to say that Ka
mchanieha has never bcfoie taught
such a concrete lesson of what can ho
done on a small farm as during the
FOR THAT FALLING OUT
OF THE HAIR, DAND
RUFF AND OTHER SCALP
DISEASES ; ; : :
IT IS THE IDEAL HAIR DRESSING.
WE CAN HONESTLY
Our Palm-tree Gin
DCPAIIQF .It la hlfthly re
DCUHUOU commended. It
Ih good stuff -We do not
nsk the earth tor It, and
OUR PRICE8 ARE RIGHT
In pints, $5 per dozen
In large qts,, SIB per 15 bottles
DO NOT MISS YOUR CHANCE
The Pioneer Wine 4 Liquor House
25 KING ST.,
past year, and the Interest In farming
was never so great as among the
siholuishlp and agricultural boys who
havo done the work. Mr. Kratis's con
tention, that Hawaiian farmers should
water their land less und cultivate
moie. seems to be borne out by hi
practice during the year."
Tim iibraiv has also been a sucess
,n w()rK. The vacancy In the In
Utructorshln In painting caused by th
leslgnatlon of P. S. I.a Crosse will bo
filled by Nelson Smith.
Recommendations arc made by Mr.
Dyke for the various needed Improve-1
ments mentioned to the report, and
also as to the amount tequlred for tho ;
next v car's work.
Supplemental icports aro made by j
Ida M. pope, principal or mc uins
School, and by Alice E. Knapp, prin
cipal for the Pieparatory school
Tclllnc of tho work In the school.
Miss Pope says there were twice the
number of applicants for cooking In
struction Hint can be accommodated
In the kitchen.
Miss Darnard has resigned.
A fulliiie was scored In supplement
ing the work of the alumnae.
"The largo majority aro making a
biate fight for self-support," says Mlsi
Pope, "but positions that Irsurc suffi
cient Income for decent living are hard
tu fined. Co-operative housekeeping
was attempted but expenses weie so
great and experience so small that it
was given up. Thousands of dollar
aie spent In the education of the girls,
and then ut a most susceptible age they
aro turned from this sheltering root
Into conditions the most deplorable,
where pitfalls and snares abound. Case
after case comes to our observation of
the signal failure of girls, due to over
whelming temptations., to lack of ex
peileucc, etc," '
A hume fur girls and a hospital for
tho training of nurses Is iccommend
(d. "The mortality among Hawaiian
'nfants und children Is alarming," con
cludes the report, "as shown by tba
icports of the Uoaid of Health, and
comes largely from unintelligent care'
In infuncy. A hospital for women and
children would help eradicate this evil,
which threatens the extinction of the
There are several changes to be made
In tho faculty of the Preparatory
school. Miss Bates has been married,
and Miss Thomas goes to study for a
year In the States. Miss Post of Den
ver and Mls3 Sturtcvant of Oakland
will take their places.
"Hut do you consider hlra honest!'
"Well, I don't euro to commit myself,
but I know positively that he wears ti
up hat with his business suit when
ver he can lildo the latter under his
nercoat Washington Star.
dissolved n pearl and drank It In order
to show her luxuriance ol taste.
would have gratlttcd her fully as well,
being an absolutely pure product of
malt and hops, brewed under the most
favorable conditions and with the most
approved methods. Order from Itrevv
cry. TELEPHONE MAIN R4I.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE ol all descrip
tions, Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
The Pride of the
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many'ln preference to otiM
i makes of tho same price. It Is demonstrating its merits. Built to Sew WV
i and to Last. Call and inspect the different styles.
Sole Agents tor the
Finest bottled beer told In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has all thu tonic properties and
tho delightful flavor of the best
Family Order. Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St.
Phone Main 140.
Make a Good
By having your photo
taken. Nly work la
of the highest quality
and prices rcaaonablc
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
S. W, Qulnn,
Patrsoafie ol Owners, Architects
and Builders solicited.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
Our Soda Waters
are everywhere conceded to be
the highest quality. We sell
35e THE DOZEN.
Delivery free nnywbcre In the
city All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
AH PAT &
1S56 Fort 8L above Orpheum.
AH PAT, expert cutter, late foreman
i. D. Tregloan. Suit, latest style, and
cd fit. Cleaning and reoalrlna.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
& Co,, Ltd.
A fresh supply I. on hand and
for sale by your druggl.t or
W. C. Peacock & Co
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KabikiBBi Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEdETABL.ES
B.r.Unla Street, Corner Alikta,
'Phone Blue 251 1.
ALSO AT Till
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
File Eiglisb and American Goods
65 Hotel strsat, and
Hot.l mar Nuujnu
f.O BOISi TBI whiti
Neat and Handsome Deslen.
Made to Order.
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