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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THURSDAY. MARCH 10. 1904
Is your house In
sured ? And your
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
be glad to
'write policies for
Honolulu Chapter Mark Matter.
Honolulu Commandery Order
Le Progrea Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to al
ter d meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In Harmony Hall, King street.
V. F. HALL, N. O.,
E. R, HENDRY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LOCQE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock in Harmony Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
JOHN WALKER. C.C.
F. WALDRON, K.R.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wo. Me
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting broth
ra cordially invited.
C. M. WHITE. CO.,
E. M. COLEMAN, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODQE 816, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. E.,
'Will meet In their new hall, on Miller
nd Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order of thd E. R.
HARRY II. SIMPSON.
F. E. THOMPSON, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Harmony Hall, King
street, Visiting brothers cordially in
vited to attend.
Work In Third Rank.
II. T. MOORE. C.C.
A. S. PRESCOTT, K.R.S.
HONOLULU HARBOR, No. 64, A.
of M. & P.
Mests on first and third Sunday
evenings of each month at 7 o'clock at
Harmony Hall. All sojourning breth
ren are cordially Invited to attend.
By order Worthy Captain:
FRED. MOSHER, C.C.
Are endorsed by the
as being strictly
everlasting, 1 hey
ate alo more artis
tic and 40 per cent,
cheaper than any
stone. Call at of
fice.lcornerKlngand Bethel Sts , ana see
samples, with some
500 beautiful de
signs. H. Cannon,
agent for Haw. Is.
DR. ARCHIBALD N. 8INCLAIR.
Offlcee Rooms 208-209 Boston build
ing, Fort Street
Telephones Offlce Main 385; Resi
dence, White 2861.
Hour 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 4 to 5
p.m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
P. O. Box 801.
P. II. Burnette,
Atiorney-at-Law and Notary Public,
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Offlce, 79 Merchant Street Honolulu.
Tor Sate" cards at Bulletin office.
In Baking Bread
there Is a great deal of discom
fort. The hot fires malto It unpleas
ant, and tho chance of having bad
bread makes It very trying. Wo take
all tho work and worry off your hands,
and ou have first-class bread as a re
sult. Special Sale
10c and 15c each
Exceedingly good values at a very
low figure Sec our window display
Hollister Drug Go.,
FOR LIVER TROUBLE
Natives of the South Sea Islands
found that by chewing the root
from which Kavak Is extracted
were Immune from liver troubles
arising from chronlo malarial conditions
which prevailed there. A noted chemist
put It In palatable form and It la now the lead'
mg remedy lor all kidney trouble. So
everywhere. 50 doses for 50c. ,
SOUTH SEA ISLAND DRUG CO., Ltd.
faa franclKO, Ntw York, Honolulu.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY
Distributor! for tbe Hawaiian islands.
75c per Gal.
Warranted to be pure Apple
Juice made from Pajiro
25 King St
TO NUUANU PROPERTY
We will do your sewer connection
for Thirty Cent a Foot. See u
on the work.
Lord & Belser,
Geo. A. Davis,
Counsellor-at-Law, member United
States Supreme Court bar. Deeds,
Wills, Leases and Agreements Drawn.
Collection, made. Room 10, Spreckels
LOCAL AN0 GENERAL
Rend "Wants" on page C.
Touting Uo-Cnrts, $1.50. Wall, Nich
Geo. II. l'nrls Is back from a business
trip to Kauai.
No sham about the hot lunch at t'hs
Sham Hock Saloon, Nttuanu St.
Have your old Panama hat made
like now. Olobo Clothing Houso.
Dr. lluddy has resumed practlco at
room 305 Boston Building, Fort St.
II. 1'. Fnyc and K. Weber, both of
Kauai, arc In tho city on business.
Neatly furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular, tl. I1.G0 and 82 Dor week. 1249
A few second hand sowing machines
cheap for cash. Watson & West, Ore
There are 175 guests at the Alexan
der Young Hotel. Fifty-six of these
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers.
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub-
Tho sudden stoppage; of tho rnln "ere
has Increased the demand for "Rnlnlcr
Beer" nt the l'antheon.
The band will glvo a concert nt tho
Kapatnma railway depot this evening,
beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
On Tuesday evening (leorge McCnnd-
Icss, son of Mrs. W. -McCundless, had
his left arm broken by a fall.
The Woman's Utilld of St. Clement's
Church Is planning n How or Iksta to be
held on the rectory grounds early In
The second lecture on "first Aid to
the Injured" will bo given this evening
nt the Seaman's Institute by Dr. Sin
Now is tho time to apply "Arabic"
to your iron toof. "Arabic" stops
links, cools fully fifteen degrees nud
lasts n lifetime.
Fresh prunes," "Aeschto Bamburg-
cr Znetschcn," 6 pounds for 25 cts. N.
Urcham, 101C Smith street, ono door
from King street.
Bartlctt Water cures stomach, liver,
kidney and rheumatic tioublcs. As a
bar or table water it has no equal. Sold
by all druggists. Lovejoy & Co., Agls.
I'urity counts for everything In beer.
Remember that l'rlmo 1-agcr is nut
fortified with Injurious nclds to pre
serve It, llko Imported beers, but Is
buarantccd absolutely pure.
Thomns O. Thrum has suld his home-
dead on Beretanla Ml eel to the Rapid
Transit Co. for $15,000. It Is the In
tentlon lit tho company to extend I'm
car barns and worksblps back an tho
J. It. Gait, of the Hawaiian Trust Co.,
reports that Henry Kapea, for whom
the police nrc looking, actually cm
bczzlcd $1623, of which $123 were from
collections of cash and $4500 from
Invitations have been issued for the
"Infanta Kaplolant, daughter of Prince
and Princess Kawnnunukua, for u
Llrthilay reception at the resilience of
Col. and Mrs. Samuel Parker on March
14, from 3 to 5."
Governor Carter approves renewal of
the Moana hotel liquor license on the
application of W. C. Peacock; he hax
disapproved applications for retail lic
enses of Win. Wagner nt l'ahala, Kau,
and F. dc Mcllo at Kalcle, Hamakun,
REPORT ON CEMETERIES
At tho meeting of the Board ot
Health held jestcrday afternoon Dr.
Mays presented the following report In
Honolulu, March 0, 1001.
To tho President and Members nf tho
' Hoard of Health.
At the close of Its last meeting ,tha
llonrd as a whole made a tour of thru
Knwaiahao Cemetery The general
nppearance of this cemetery Is not un-
pleasing. Many of tho graves show
cvldcnco of constant' care, and tho
plots and walks arc for tho most part
neatly kept and free from weeds. It
Is Imposslblo to form an cstlmato ot
tho amount of ground still untenant
ed, owing to tho fact that many of tho
plots have been leveled off, leaving
nothing to Indicate how many have
been burled thero In former years.
Tho records of tho Health Department,
which do not cover the earlier years of
tho cemetery, show 2,070 burials to
date. An actual count of tho graves
now to be seen thero would not prob
ably exceed 700 or S00. This custom
of obliterating tho graves of tho for
gotten dead should bo prevented if
Catholic Cemetery, King street The
overcrowded condition of this ceme
tery Is apparent to the most casual ob
server. Its unfitness for further Inter
ments, except perhaps in a fow spots
near Its mauka border, is acknowledg'
cd by the authorities of tho cemetery
and by Catholics generally. It Is
thercforo most satisfactory to nolo
that, near Pearl City, a now Catholic
cemetery, to tako the place of this
one, has already been laid out and con
secrated. Maklkl Cemetery Tho portion of
this cemetery that was set aside for
Japanese burials Is full to overflowing.
Even tho walks and paths aro being
utilized. It Is anomalous. that a peo
ple who form a majority ot the Inhab
itants of this city should havo but
this one little strip of ground In which
to bury their dead.
W. H. MAYS.
It was decided that President Coop
cr should seo the Japanese controlling
the Japanese burial grounds In tha
Maklkl cemetery with a view to have
It closed up.
(Associated Press Cable.
TOWARD8 PO88IET DAY.
Toklo, March 10. Tho Russlnn
ttoops continue to ndvnnce south to
wards Posslet bay.
OLGA'S ERRAND OF MERCY.
St. Petersburg, March 10. The Grand
Duclieis Olga Is going to Manchuria
to superintend tho Red Cross work.
KOREAN8 WHIP RUS8IAN8.
Wel-Hal-Wcl, March 10. It is rc
ported that In a collision between Rus
sians and Koreans nt Halju the Rus
sians were defeated.
JAPAN 18 CERTAIN.
London, March 10. Japan Is so cer
Ir.lil of capturing tho Russian strong
holds in the Far East that she Is ar
ranging to dispatch coal from England
to Port Arthur and Vladivostok.
Tientsin, March 10. Thirty-five
thousand Russian troops aro en
trenched at Llao Yang and Halchung.
Fighting la imminent. Tho Japanese,
who aro advancing on these positions,
have already won in several prelimin
Cheefoo, .larch 10. It Is reported
hero thru Japanese forces have ap
peared at Fung-Wang-Chan, forty-five
m..n nritthu-net nt Anflin. ill Hllft
. . . , . , t
Btan pOlt OU tho north bank Of tUC
l nl ii liver.
Seattle, March 10. The Republicans
have canted their municipal ticket
SHIPPING 'BILL PASSES.
Washington, March 10. The Senate
hna nflfltnit tha TMilllnnlnA Ahtnntnrf
THOUSAND8 HOMELESS. I
Wllkcsbarre, Pa., March lO.-Floods
have caused tho loss of one million
dollars here. Two thousand families
LANGHAM IS DEAD.
San Fernardlno, March 10. Charles
I,angham, fathcr of the wlfo of the
German Embassador to the United
Slates, Is dj'ad.
There has been a great deal ot son
jeeturo In political circles regarding
the recent action of the Home Rule
Central Committee in postponing tho
tli.tn rtt Mm nAtivsnllnn wlifoh Vila In
hae been held this week in the city.
The decUlon was arrived at very sud-1 rounu ..... .. . .
dtnly, President Kalauokalanl stating1 Conveyed the dismal tidings that he
that there was really no business to , ,'; , ,, ,
come before the body of delegates and I 0ldniltl.'s 'Pedagogue' was a man
thcicforo a postponement should be ' mootl8' nnd hls PuPIIs "-deratood
agreed to. I,,-. , ,..,.,.. . v..
If reports from the inner councils
tbe party are to be believed tho post
ponement of tho convention was for
ttin AViiraDti iiiiviincA rt linnrllnrr rxft ttiA
w. 7 .i, J.7 i3,Tin- ,Z
members of tho party, Including tho.
Maul delegation, who are In favor of
fusion The antl-fuslonlsts wanted
mote time. They were afi aid that If,
the convention took place this week
the fuslonlsts would win out. With a
little more time they will be able to get
In some hard work nnd perhaps turn
lite tide their way. '
As It stands nt the present time, there
le n deadlock between the two factions
which docs not show any signs of let
A RAPID TRAN8IT EPI80DE.
This rrornlng about half past ten,
a tall lady with a half-sized husband,
boarded a King street car, tbe tad
was wearing her husband on her tight
hand, when they entered the husband
looked up, and said to his wife:
"You're tall enough to reach a strap,
but what can I hold," she said, "If I
was as short as you are. I'd hold my
tongue," so he took hold of his tongue,
tho car started and he tell down,
whereupon his dutiful spouse bol
loved, "What's the matter, can't you
stand up?" Said hubby, "They both
slipped." "Doth what," said the wife.
"Doth my feet and my tongue," said
tbe llttlo husbaud, but let's get off the
car and gc and see Dath the plumber
and linvo a look at that now line of
Douglass Patent Closets that
Juct aritved. His telephone is
A DEPOT CONCERT.
The band will play the following
elections nt a concert to be given at
tho Kapalaraa railway depot this even,
Ing. beglnnlug nt 7:30 o'clock:
March "Invincible Eagle" .... Sousa
Overture "Juanlta" Suppa
.selection "A Runaway Girl"..,,
(a) "Ucar Heart" (by request)
(10 "Two Llttlo Boys."
.Miss J. Kelllaa
(tl) ".Mamma's China Twins"
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection "The Belle of Bohemia"
Intermezo "Dixieland" ...
Schottlsche "Lll and Lou
March "Scandalous Eyes".... Johnson
"The Star Spangled Banner."
Weekly Edition of the Bulletin, SI
Some Get Sick This Way
Thei My Book Is a Help
The Book Tell a Way To Health
Which r'k ' on r,y;.,f,u
limi - n inr iirai
Hook jontfi KiJnes
Hook loi Women
Hook i for Mtn iteilcJ)
Pook 6 on Rheumatism
Whn pu ire lot.njf strength,
When our ten are UlUnp
When your vitality Is llppiruy.
When sotnethlnir Is ettlnr awy our constitution.
Then my book will tell you way to help,
AnJ the took Is free. ,
It will tetl )ou of my past of o years Riven to I fit
It will tell you how I founi the caute of all this
weakness ft will tetl you that the Inside neres hae
fa lie J And It will appear tu eu as clearly ai the
iiEni 01 amy.
the nenesiou know about, that ou feel with.
inai you com m ana wnen you warn, wnen ou move.
uut inc vital organ nerves.
The nerves that operate.
that regulate the heart.
The nerves that mean either
vurngui ur wen- f iriv imiiaiu. nrv ii-r, me
klineys to I the organs that are essential to
health, to life ani to harplmess.
This was my greatest Juemery Then the way to
health was tltar. t must vltalli thee weikerteJ In
slJenerwt. In hospitals anJ at teJsUcsmy work
wis in insi an.i.
At last my prescription a perfected, I called that
prescription a rcsiorame.
It Is now
Known tho World Over As
Dr. Shoop's Restorative.
Ani why th's unusual publicity?
What brought It o quickly before te people
There are three ital reason
Mrst, my InJKliual my personal application of a
treatment to thee obscure lmlennes.
That was never done befurenor since.
Secondly, the prescription Itself the only one that
act directly on trie falling Menu
ThlrJIy ani the most conspicuous reason Is be
cause I announcei to the werti that practically any
sick one-an where was welcome louse Dr, Shoop's
Restoratle a whole month without the risk of etn a
Alter tins, my discovery, failures were soiewmaii
coulJ safely make Ihl offer.
AnJ the simple wav to that help Is this:
Vnll w.ll. Ms fit. Ilia k .it. vim I.M.I
Sen4numnny A poMat car.1 will trlnjr th book.
1 If vtunteJmy aJlce HI fr. Ttll rr nf )our
llnifnt aou wuulj our home doctor Write to
me Ii trktet ctmtijence
Then with the (wile 1 tl enj the name of a .Irujr
Kltt nearyuu who will grant the mur.th' treatment on
i Alt drueelt keep the Reiterative. AM it not
crant the trial though, io write for the name of one
I Ma hittlea will he offered for the test. It the U
fttoratle latlifiea thernst tou U$ a If It fall.
the locals mine Thedrusftlu will till thecoktlome.
And ou alone ahall be the lujpe
I knowouwlll sladlyra $( J.when II brine you
ine reip ou nrea.
Write now today. Dr. Shoop,
Mild ceei, not chronic are often cured with one or
'"" t jru-gl,t,
" wc." th bu,r M8Per. circling
. 1U liunucu, iHuuaui unauso iiib
tlon that he needed glasses, but In
thoso days they were not to be had,
sclentincally adjusted for such defect,
... .. ' !..,
Wo Hvo In a different age,
fee of vLron-pweTy adj. sted,
Here wq supply glasses for all dc-
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, . ORT STREET,
Over May 4 Co.
Eyesight Testing and Spectacle Fitting
aro our Exclusive Work.
HONOLULU MUTUAL BURIAL AS
SOCIATION. Members In Association 2,200
Associations in U. 8 7,000
All It costa to Join 13.50
Benefits received ilOO.OO
Phone Main 411
Office Beretanla 8L J24
TO IN8PECT PLANTS.
New rules concerning tho shipment
of plants on Inter-Island steamers were
adopted at tbe Hoard of Agriculture
meeting yesterday afternoon, as fol
lows: Rule governing the shipping of artl
clcs between tbe Islands of the Terri
tory of Hawaii:
Do It resolved by the Hoard ot Corn-
ralssloners of Agriculture and Forestry
of the Territory ot Hawaii, that the
tollawlug rule and regulation shall be
nud hereby uie udopted as rules and
lobulations of this Hoard:
Rule 1. No soil, nursery stock, tree,
sugar cano, shrub, plant, llower, vine,
( cutting, graft, tlon, bud, seed, root,
fruit pit, vegetable, leaf, nut, or other
vegetable growth shall be shipped or
transported from the Island of Oahu to
any other lslund In the Territory of
Hawaii, nor shall any sugar cane be
smppcu or transported from any
.island other than Oahu to any other
island, until the same shall have been
first submitted to tbe Inspection of an
Inspector of the Board at Honolulu,
and have undergone such fumigation,
disinfection, or quarantine as be may
direct, tind until he shall have Issued
u permit allowing tho article or articles
so Inspected to he shipped and trans
ported to another Island.
Before this rule becomes ottectivo it
must be signed by the Governor,
I Mrs. C. A. Brown gave n card party
(last evening at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
This was follow ej by a Dutch supper
served In the private dining room. Cov
iers were laid for twelve.
The "Korowa" Table and Hanging
Lamp of 100 c.p.
Consumes ordinary keroseno oil and is absolutely safe; two )
quarts of oil will last forty hours. By far the cheapest lamp on
the market. It'makes a beautiful reading lamp, giving out a
soft, bright and steady light with no heat or noise.
No valves, needles or tips to change, so simple that a ofclld ,
can operate them without any
Tho lamp can do turned up
seen working in our store. For further particulars inquire ot
Washington Light Co.,
143 Merchant Street G. W. Macfarlane, Mgr.
Granite and Bronze Monuments
At Prices To Suit.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works, Ltd,
J76-JB0 KING STREET.
Wc arc prepared to supply the People
of Honolulu with Freshest of J
Also, GARDEN PRODUCE ot all
v kinds. BUTTER, EGGS, CHIC
KENS, TURKEYS, SUCKINv,
PIGS, BACON, HAM, in fact every
A FIRST CLASS MARKET
is called upon to furnish.
The ISLANDMEAT CO..
HERBERT E. QARE8, Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78. FORT 8T OPP. LOVE BLDO.
HIND, ROLPH A CO., AOENT8.
Territory Harness Shop,
TURF GOODS HARNESS HOSPITAL HORSE BOOTS
Practical, Experienced and Up-To-Oate Manufacturers.
8ISMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad
dle Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
THE CLUB STABLES,
818 FORT STREET.
NOTICE TO DOCTOR8.
Hacks all night; Main 109.
Hacks Nob. 3, 7, 24, 32, 53, 87, 124
Stable 'Phone: 109 Main.
Hack-stand 'Phone: 319 and 32.
C. H. BELLINA.
OP ALL KINDS. v
Dealers in Lumber and Co.ai
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen 8t, Honolulu.
' Weekly Edition of the Bulletin, 1
or down, as required
$50.00 for $1,00
TOP OF PUNCHBOWL
Atakea street cart run within flva
minutes' walk of the range. If you
can shoot come and try your hand. Live
stock will be shot at next Sunday. If
you caji make five bull's-eyes In succes
sion you will be entitled to a
Cash Prize -$50
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Lots for Sale
In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
KALI HI, and other desirable localities.
Also 1 JUMP-SEAT BUCKBOARD,
second-hand; good as new.
W. M. Campbell
Can Build Vou a House Any.
where in Honolulu or Its Su
burbs. " " " " " "
1634 YOUNO 8TREET near Punahou.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jabbers.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
Fort and Queen Sts.
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