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EVENING PUU.ETIN, HONOLULU T It.. WEDNESDAY, DEC 12, 190b.
" Pacific Stated Eltien.
I UllMLiA Y
Rote Croix Communication
Honolulu Commander- Flegu
lar 7:30 p. m.
All vliltlng members of the
order are cordially Invited to it
tend meetloii ot local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F.
Aleeti evep- Monday evening at 7:30
I O, O l" Ua, Fort street
E. It. HENDRY. Sooretary.
O. 0. HOTTKL. N. 0.
All vUlllog brothers Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. ! .
Meeti every Tueiday erenlnf
I: SO o'clock In K. ot F. Hall, King
ttreet. VUHlur brothers cordially In.
rltt-d to attend.
O, J. WHITEHEAD, C.C. '
F. WALDRON. K.H.8.
OAMU LODQE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Mevts ever? Friday eveulrg
K. P. tlall, IClug street, at 7:30. Mam
ben of Mystic Lodje. No. 2. Wm. Mc
Klaley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
srotbert cordially Invited,
A. D. DOND, C. C.
A. 8. KENVYAT, K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 111, . P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, B. P. O. H..
will meet In their ball, .m Miller
and Beretanta streets, avery Friday
By order ot the K. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
H. a MURRAT, E.R.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.f P.
Meets every Saturday avenlnf at
f:iO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, Klot
e'-reeL Vlsltlne brothers cordially In
tt4 to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
S. A. JACOBSON, K.R.A.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
MseU on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
lelock In K. ot P. Hall, King streL
Visiting Eaglet are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. Ft M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. O. O. T.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday or each month at San Antonio
m Visiting brothers cordially In
T. F. McTIOHE, Pree.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
We want to remind you,
business men, that you should
, - have that delivery wagon of
' youra repaired.
We can repair It right and
at the right price.
Why not ask ua "How
" Much 7"
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47. '
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB W6WK, and repairs
executed at arrertest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
Otnsral Contracting and Jobb'na,
Heusepalntlng, Papeshanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
tone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
etreeta. PHONE MAIN 961
THE HAWAIIAN IWALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
yReal Eatate, Mortgage, Loans and la
4 " vestment Securities.
V Office! Mclntyre Bldq., Honolulu, T.H.
P, O. BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141
938 FORT 8T.
agar- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -
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rt(A Practical Suggestion
Gift-giving la aeeklng more
practical lines every year. If
you want to give aomethtng
useful and that will be appre
ciated by the entire house
hold, give one of our fine
Chinese Matting Rugs
Japanese Cotton Rug
(BLUE and WHITE)
They will make the house
look more attractive and
prove a lasting Joy.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINO STREET.
Has a Big Stock of Toys.
Cor. FORT and BERETANIA STS.
All sizes; white and fancy colors;
priced from 50 cents up to $1.25.
C K. CHOW,.
COR. KING AND RIVER 8TREETS.
HAZELINE FACE CREAM
Excellent for sunburn, roughness of
the skin and for removing
FOR SALE BY
MrS.DoHs E. Paris
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Otfice hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE AT
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
At Reduced Prices until after Xmaa.
Nuuanu bet. King and Hotel Streets.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRES8E0 FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for tale at the
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooke. waltera. women
for housework and help for day work,
uppiioa on snori nonce.
JAPANE8E NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STR.EET NEAR PAUAHI.
Xsaf-'Tor Rent" carat on tale at
the Dulletln office.
Auto for hire nt Tcr, dtnulos.
(.'All nt Ulom'ii for Christmas goods
The Echo Is discharging coal at Elc-
Uest rup ot coffee In the city New
A white Fox Torrler up was fount!
Sep ml thli lue.
The Kulfia Plantation started frtud
liif, yesterday inornlUK
, Ijidln- tlifie are eMellent gt (or
I mm at the Myrtle Clear store,
I The liiiistees of the Chamber of Cow
' lu'ire will meet tlili afternoon,
1 Mn (leo, Hun kins, dressmaker. Iia
moved to Kunlolanl cor King St
, Neatly funiMied rooms at the Top
ular $1, $l.r.O ulul S2 per wek l'li:i
' Tort street.
' Mm. II. I). Wlahard of Knual is ron
I temiilatltiR it Irlji to the Htateg In (lie
.Ino, T McC'toJROii ami ilaughler
' were departing passengers for Knhaiii ,
III (tin lllin,i vnulnrihl' '
... ...I- IIII.UII ,'n J. j
Reserve jour m iters (or Christmas
cnmllex ami bonbons until the opening,
of the Alexander Young Cafe '
Water nt Kiilmukl will lie shut nfl
Ironi 8 o'clock a, rn. to 0 p. in. tonior-i
row. Thursday. December 13, 1900.
The holiday shipments for piucap'
pies ntul lianaiiss lelt nt the Wells l'lir
go ollhe nmounted tu over two liim
Ured C. rllcrrlck Is back (rom Knual. i
Dr. Derby, who has been on Kauai
on business, returned In the Allkiiliui..
The Misses Alilrkh ninl Whiting unu
Mrs. II. D. Baldwin were the guests of
lteprcseutntive and Mrs. .1. H. Coney
nt I.thue Inst week.
The Molklhnnu Club of Kauai gave.
Us Initial dance nt l.lliuo last Safmluy
night. The nffnlr was n great success
socially anil artistically.
W'a I kll I Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Uergln, Accommodations, supplies
and uttendume absolutely flrtt cIukh.
Finest bathing on the beuch. '
toadies should read carefully the sug
gestions (or suitable gifts for men us
Hindu by Uunst-Kakln Cigar Co. Any
one thing will be pleasing tu n man
C'hnng Put ninl John Kamakau were
arrested on the llackfeld wharf today
by Special OHlrer Lee, They me
charged with stealing four bottles of
The l.lhue Art Kxhlbltlou, In nld ol
the l.lhue Library, was a great success.
The total" receipts were JITli.IO and the
expenses 618.20, leaving for llbrurj
purposes the sum of 3128.20.
An opportunity to purchase an mic
tion, n .beautiful residence uml un In
terest In down town business property
Is offered by Henry Waterhouse Trust
Co., Ltd. on December 31, 1S0C.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Y M. I. will be held tonight. Nomina
tions for the new Indent u-IM lip ninde.
Members are particularly requested tu
lie ul meeting place promptly at 7:20.
Thoro will be u young ncoplo's con
tention held In the Kumehnmclia chap
el Friday evening at 7:30. Addresses
will bo given by Mr. (Irimilis and Mr.
Home. The public Is cordially Unit
ed. Maria Ikeole l.lmauiii wus this morn
ing granted a ilhorco from her hus
band, David l.imanul. The defendnut
was also ordered to pay the court costs
of SH. and the plaintiff's attorney's
fee of $23.
The most original and attractive
randy packages, comic and ornament
al, will bo a feature of the Alexander
Young Cafe. Packages to satisfy
grown-ups and young. Hultablo gifts
for maids uml children.
The following freight arrived on the
Mlkahulu from Kiimit this morning:
2500 bags A sugar, US bugs taro, l!iu
bags rice, 100 bags ham, 20 bags plu,
23 sucks empty bottles, 14 ban els or
anges, 30 bundles of bides.
The b'iU of Kurl Wcldmun ugalnst
the American-Hawaiian Company, In
which Wcldmnn claims damages to
the amount of (3000 for Injuries al
leged to have bten received ns the re
hull of un accident for which the com
pany is responsible. Is set for hear
ing tomorrow. It Is not probuble,
however, that thu case will como to
trial before the Ncbraskan returns to
Honolulu, Wtldman claims that he
was Injured. by being Btruck with an
Iron plute which fell on him while lie
was working alongside, the NebruBkuu,
mid wants the company to pay for It.
A. N, Campbell of the Waterhouse
Trust Co. Is expected to arrive In thu
Siberia touionow from the Coast,
where he arranged for the purchase of
additions to the plant of the Honolulu
lias Co., which will greatly Increase Its
For Want CoTQrnn See Pge Sis
The finest line ever shown in the Isl
ands of smokers' articles, Ladlei
or gentlemen Intending to give Xmas
presents me Invited to see goods
before purchasing. Myrtle Cigar
Complete Hue. of Havana, Key West
uud Domestic clgais In special
buxeu for presents. Myitlu Cigar
Adeline I'attl cigars In compartment i
boxes, made especially for Xmas, at
Myrtle Clgur Store, 35C2tf
White Fox Terrier imp.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May & Co,
fiPfvnsilh 'LV (aBarSrSTiBHBfiCrlsaBgJ
MONUMENT8, SAFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ M.DG., 176-160 KINO STREET. PHONE 267.
JEWELRY and CURIOS
You are looking for a CHRISTMAS PRESENT. HERE IT IS.
EVERYTHING IS NEW ANO WILL PLEASE YOU.
CURIOS and JEWELRY
1064 FORT 8TREET NEAR HOTEL.
THE COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
Ltd,, will handle the entire
stock of FURNITURE and
WOVEN WIRE MATTRESSES
manufactured by the Honolulu
Woven Wire Mattress Co. Any
tiling In this line will have to be
purchased through them.
J. S. BAILEY.
Tim ktc.unshlp Siberia, which Is due
to arrive tomorrow morning (rom the
Coast, will ptobahly lie late. While
llackfeld & Co, the local agents of the
I'nclllc Mall 8. S. Co., have reeelu-d no
notification to this cKrit, private, ad
vices, which are considered reliable,
have nrrlvcd, which state that, the Si
beria left San Francisco last Satunluy
lit S a. m.. Instead of Friday at 1 p. in.
APPEAL IS DISMISSED
Judgo Do Holt today ordeied the up
ptut dismissed In the case of Harry T.
Mills vs. John S. Walker mid W. U.
Irwin & Co., gurulshce, on the ground
Hint thu appeal was taken by default.
The tug Kueiiu was placed on the
dry dock this morning and her bottom
Is being scraped.
No doubt you Intend to get a nobby
new suit for Christmas. Let us help
you decide the kind you will want.
We have some beautiful new suit
ings In dark woolen goods that are
"Just The Thing."
We've priced these VERY LOWI
Why not see them?
W. W. ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. ?. O. Box 986-
IT8 HISTORY, LITERATURE AND INFLUENCE ON CIVILI
2ATION. ALrnCD BATES, M, A. ct Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng
land, t-Jitor liChlff;
The (ji4ina Ic itliiCtr itej with hundreds of fine reproduction! of
world famous paintings.
Bound In red half Morocco, with onyx aides, In 20 volumes.
With this ttt there will be given complimentary, "The World's
rilty Ureat Operas" Introduced by Cuiteppe Verdi, bound In live
beautiful portfolios, elegantly Illustrated.
The combination of "The Drama" with ''The Creat Operas"
make a library In Iticlf or a valuable addition of any library,
SOLD TOR CASH OR. EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
WM. C. XYON CO,, LTD.,
Port and Hotel Streets (upstairs)
1'ails, Dec. 11. The secretary of tho
Papal Nunciature has been expelled
from France mid the documents In the
ofllco have been seized by the authori
ties. The Human Catholics are b'really
illstiessed at the length to which the
uutborltleH have gone. There Is little
chance of un outbreak, however, the
eccleslnstlcs having counseled a passive
leslstniito to the authorities.
The government Is making prep
arations to tuke charge of uud care for
the scqucsUicd church property.
The clergy lire muvltig from the
church buildings into private lodgluga.
The law legurdlug the separation ot
church and state goes Into opcrullou
Home, Dec. 11. The expulsion o( the
secretary of the l'apal Nunciature at
I'm Is has caused consternation at the
Vatican, where the greatest excite
ment exists. Not since the loss ot
temporal power by the Tope has the
Vatican been so wiougli up.
Sun l-'runclsto, Dec. 11. The ship
Columbia urilvcd here yeslerduy with
the crew of the RIo Hey, which wus
wrecked olt Cape Reyes.
Mis, Ciehoie and family are couilug
lo Honolulu on thu Siberia touionow.
They will spend the wiuter ut Sweet
Homo, Nuuanu valley. Mrs, Crehoie
Is thu duughter or the ll.tu Mlultsler
Curler uud sister of Oovcruor Cat tor.
lllittr Jarvls, for bevcral yeuta
bookkeeper at Malice Sugar Co., has
u-slgned to tuke u position uuder tho
Civil Seivlce In Washington, D. C.
Wednesday. December 12.
Sp. St. Francis, from Newcastle, off
Koko Mead, S:fi0 a. in.
Htmr. Mlknbala, Uregory, from Knual
ports. A: 15 n, m.
8. S. Aornngl, I'hllllps, from Col
onies. 9::o n. in.
H. H. Ailmlrul llnmelln. Debonall',
fiom Yokohama, 19 days nut, 10:29
S. 8. Aurangl. I'hllllps, for Van
comer ami Victoria, II. C, 3 p. m.
Per stnir. Mlkahala, Qregory, (rom
Kauai ports, 6:15 a. m. J. Zablan, Va-
da, Mrs. Cabla mid child. Miss K. Mac
Intosh, John Illnlto, Father Adelbert,
Miss !:. Roberts, Mrs. Roberts, Miss V..
!.ovell. .1. I). White. C. I'. llerrlclc. Dr.
(Continued from Page 1)
the (Ira nil Jury is not stated, but It is
thought probable, that that body will
look Into the matter. Whether Or not
nny such Investigations on their part
wilt entail the tasting of the suspected
booze they do not state. However,
there have been no casualties so far.
A mlsconibobbiilatlon on the part of
the prosecution In tho Chinese gam
bllng cases which resulted from the
recent raid of tho Grand Jury develop,
ed In Judge Lindsay's court this morn
ing. The attorneys for tho prosccu
Hon were there but there were no do
fondants mid no attorneys for tho de
fense. Moreover, the prosecution
could not discover any way of bring
ing the defendants beforo the court.
When the Oram! Jury a short time
ago raided u house on Smith stlect
assisted by Assistant Attorney Oen
eral I'rosser and Sheriff Drown, CS
Chinese were gathered into tho net
and haled before the Police Judge,
Upon the evidence of two Informers
they were convicted. 81xty-stx of
them were lined 625 apiece. The door
keeper got u month In Jail anil the
bunker sixty days.
Of course, the case was appealed.
the defendants being released on a
Last week the attorneys announced
that they wanted a speedy trial In the
Circuit Court, and, at the cost of con
siderable dislocation of the calendar
tho case was set for this morning.
The attorneys for the prosecution
were on hand bright and early, but
the defendants came not. Neither did
their attorneys, though a head or two
peered In nl the door for a minute
with a faint suspicion of a smile on
No defendants lloiul forfeited,
Hardly yet a while. Hurried Inves
ligation on tho part of the attorneys
for the prosecution, and of the Court,
disclosed the fact that under the terms
of tho bond tho defendants had been
released until the first day of the next
term of court. So, although the case
wns set tor trial today mid tho proso
lutlon had announced itself as ready
and eager to go on with tho trial ol
the case, nothing could bo done. The
bond could not bo declared forfeited
uml neither could the defendants he
brought Into court.
Somewhero around tba Chinese
quarter there are 68 Celestlnls, each
with a alrgo. Innocent and beatific
smile decorating his guileless counte.
WATER TO 1113 SHUT OKK.
The Government water will be shut
off from 8 u, in. to li p. m. Thursday,
Dec. 13th, ISuti, at KnlmuW while mak
tug icpaliH In the Main Pipe Line.
J. 11. IIOWYAND,
Superintendent of Water Works,
Department of Public Works, Houo
lulu, Dec. 1'J, 1U0G. 35112-lt
Ah On, an ancient Chinese whoie
long career (if crime appears lo be his
.ole claim to tame, appeared belore
Imlee Whitney Ibis morning. He had
two rlinrges ugnlnst his name, one ul
larceny In Hit' second ilegreo and an
other of ngrnncy
As far ns Hit' larceny rbarge Is con
rerlied, the trouble seems to be that
Ah On was a little prf mature In Rt
curing Christmas presents, A certain
lilml father In this rlty sent his rhlbl
who lives In Konlau, n bundle of luuii
l dry and placed in the bundle n 65 gold
Ulec(! as u Christmas surprise for bis
offspring. The package ho placed In
a vehicle which was going to Koolau
Last Monday night Ah On was found
to be In possession of the package,
liindry, gold piece and nil. Whether
he, with unerring Instinct, singled out
the pluln-looklng package with tin1
money In It as bin booty, or whether
lie, as be claims, round It on thu street,
remains a matter of conjecture.
Ah On this morning tried to explain
Hit) matter lo the rourt. He appre
ciated keenly the (act that he whs
bom under an unlucky star, tit 111, be
Bpoke more In sorrow than with anger.
They go put up one Job for mu, ' he
explained, referring to the ikjIIcp.
First they say rue steal man, but
no can prove. Now they like me put
In Jail for vaglauey, mid I Just been out
The matter was continued until to
The rase of a cow will Interest Judge
Robinson's court tomorrow. The cow
will not appear, however. She can't;
And that's what all the trouble Is
uliout. If she had not died, there
would have been no ease. I.lver llulie
The cow belonged originally to the
Club Stables, It Is not claimed thai
she was In uii; particular an extraord
inary cow. She was only of the com
mon or garden variety, the kind that
gives milk, sometimes, mid kicks over
the pall occasionally by wuy of diver
sion. She was a good cow. If she hadn't
been, II. i:. Cooper would not liavt;
paid $100 for her. The original owners
parted with her regretfully and tool:
Cooper's 150 slmoleons. Now Cooper
wants his money back. ,
That's because bossy kicked the
bucket figuratively, not literally, this
time. It appears that her cause of de
mise was liver fluke. At least, that's
what tho plaintiff claims. He ulso
claims that she had this fulul ufdli
tlon when he bought her. Of coin he.
he didn't know It, not being versed in
tho diseases of cows.
The story will be told In court to
morrow uud a Jury will decide the
A little Japanese girl named MIo-
bill Kauai was arrested this afternoon
on u warrant charging her with being
disobedient to her parents. Thu war
rant was Issued early this morning, be-
lnu- ilrnruti 'tin lit Atlricnai, I uln A
mr uihiiii ie,r u ms tic j t-tj iw e
Dickey, and since the girl had not ln.cn
urrested within a few hours, Dickey
Immediately charged that the police,
were trying to protect her,
Tho girl claims that she Is one month
over 18 years old, while her father
claims that she Is ID and there will be
a fight over this point when the ease
comes to trial. If a recent ruling In
the Circuit Court Is followed the girl's
knowledge of her ngu will bo taken as
better than that of her parents. Shu
looks to be about 20 years of age,
MAY BUILD SUGAR MILLS
(Continued from Page 1)
hesitated to show me everything that
might be of Interest. I have been
greatly Impressed by tho scale upon
which operations ate conducted heie
and the admirable way the business Is
As for, the Islands themselves, I
think the scenery Is thu finest I ever
saw. I have Just returned (rom a visit
to Maul, and I never before saw moun
tain scenery that can comparo with
what you have on these Islands.
Our own plantation Is situated on
tho little river that forms tho harbor
of Coutzocoalcos, which Is the Atlantic
terminus of the new Tehuautepec rail
road, and we are within two or tluee
miles of tho railroad Itself,
Mr, Fllicld has nut yet concluded bin
negotiations regarding the purchase ot
u sugar mill, but if thu matter ot
freight can be satisfactorily udjusted,
he will do so. This will mean, lu all
probability, u large branching out on
the part of the Honolulu Iron Works,
as the sale of one mill in that pail ot
the woidd will probably meuii the be
ginning of a large trado.
The Honolulu Irou Works Is now
building a sugar mill for I'ormotn, and
It looks as If this might become the
center for sugur machinery tor ull
countries burdcilng on the Pacific.
T. C. Wills, the well kuown uier.
chunt of Piihala, left In the Manna I ."J.
yesterday for home.
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