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r5:lX-ariarpUBL1CANj Tuesday, JANUARY 14, i2-
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Hefetag Company. Limited.
C. R. BUCKLAHD EDITOR j
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Editorial Rooms Main 123.
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er Month, by Carrier $ .S
One Tear, by Mail 5.59
Six Months, by Mail t.9
Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 1.50
HONCLULUVH. Tr.JAN". 14, 1902
The Board of Health, at its meeting
tomorrow, will have to pass upon the
.flA. twill . &.... . nVIncr
tblle all tenders that are submitted
m i, tor -rwuftrf.1 nniiM -rtf-
attesUoo arises through the anxiety
of a non-successful competitor in ten-
dra recenlly sobmiUed for drug and
nosptiai necewanes. , Ether jeave arithmetic out of the
Merchants as a role are opposed to curriculum entirely till the pupils are
showhtK their figures to competitors. ( at least 12 years old and want to
although we ttaderstami there is no , learn it; or begin as late as the 9th '
objection to the presence of all bid-, or 10th year and tach only numer
dwa when their tenders are being ' 'cal combinations till the pupils are '
considered by the Board. Whether 12 ears 0,d- Whatever or whenever
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they shall be given to the press for, . ... . .. ..., hJ
IMbUcaUoa is another matter and one,
that has caused considerable .Hscus-
alOft and acrimony In larger cities
than Honoluln. As a rule, we believe.
th bids are regarded as confidential,
though the Federal Government often
makes them public, especially in the
case of transactions involving large
sqms of public money.
A non-successful competitor may
sometimes feel a little ruffled at hav
ing been underbid, especially If he has
a large stock of the goods needed
and is anxious to dispose of them.
llul consideration should also be
given to the winner, and it is a moot
point whether his business relations
with any government department
should not be regarded as confiden
tial. He may be losing money on a
transaction and have some purpose J
la doing o, but that Is solely his own
anatr aB long as lie supplies tne quan-,
title and qualities demanded and at
the time specified.
mere are more ways man one ui
looking at this question and the de-
cision oi tne miaru oi uetum win ue
awaited with interest by every busi
ness man In the community.
Hon. Jim Jeffries abandons all
hope of meeting Hon. Robet Fitzsim-j
mans in the pugilistic arena. Hon.
Tom Sharkey is regarded as the next
prolmble opponent of the Hon. Jim.
If Colonel George W. Macfarlano
can succeed In unlocking the bank
vaults, circulating money and further
developing Hawaii, he will deserve
the hearty thanks of the community.
The people of Kowalo are still wait-.'
lug for ome sign of recognition from
Hon. James H. Boyd. We are afraid
the Board of Health has not been vig
orous enough in its demands. Pres
the button once more.
Hon. Wilbur F. Wnkoman. apprais-
al the port of New York, refused ;
t resign when requested- to do so.
aad cast some reflections upon Secre-
tary Gage. Wakoman received the
toe of the oilicial boot. !
Being assured of his. own re-election , , . .. , . .. . ., . , .. TT
. , , , . , .,.'.- , excellnt progrss in their studies in Manager Hedeman of the Houo
to the higher branch of the National . , ., . , , , i ,, ,, ai--i-o . .. -f., i r
, . , A 4 , , ' agriculture, vegetables and flowers Juiu Iron orks, who returned from
ispiwnture. oetiHiur ronihur is pui-,...
tlag In his spare time by waging war
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on the two years' hence candidacy of
Hon. Mark Hanna.
Besides an investigation Into the'of
cause of death of Joseph Rosa, some, insects and bugs which act as a "C-l Aiam4da, has assumed charge of the is trespassing or fishing will be prose
Iswiulry should be made into the ' triment to the growth of the plants j hospital department at Camp Mc-' cuted l tke full extent of the law. '
conduct of Dr. Alvarez who gave a
death certificate for alcoholism for a
man wounded in tho temple and
whoso dead body was lying in blood.
Judging from the construction of
new railroads last voar, there is noth-' children, rice, sugar cane, coffee. po.,"ODinson ot t-ong isiana. ,
Ing the- matter with business on the tatoes peanuts, corn, pineapples and' Miss Maud Kinney very narrowly
.t,.i .j ...,1 ... . ,....i.i,... .. , ,. tL.- kv ., escaped serious injury on Sunday by
noss done by the Honolulu Rapid!
Transit Company, business is all i
right here. Why the timidity ot cap-
If the Republicans of the Htlo dis-,
trfct can settle their differences and,
promptly select a member of the;
Territorial Central and of the Execu-,
tlve committees, thev will set a good!
example to Republicans In Honolulu. ',
A final decision should be reached .
this month and the minoritv should
abide by the decision of the majority..
v,.vu uH ., c u.u .uCUTO u jj, brieflr referred t0 the studj- of h3la. e. EHSWorth. Lahaina; P. Vre
let the Territorial committee get t ants and binls aqd tneir general char-1 oigmann. Lahaina; a B. Hofgaard.
down to real business next month.
STUDY I NATURE
BY TIE PUPILS
(Continued from Page One )
I means very pleeeaaL) They spied a '
beautiful tetesd. (Who caa tell me
bet a laiaad ie. They turue the
hfn a ad sailMi towards the islaad.
raffle aj. they y, aat.
ed natives cowing dowa to meet
them. Once the people wore ao
clothing, what may we call them.)
' c., fie., &c- At last they mede the
' people understand they seeded food
f1 ater. So the chief sent some
f. to briog watr aad
' others to bring bananas. Now there
were eight men in the boat and each
mas could drink a quart ot water
How many gallons of water must the
satires bring. Each man could eat
six large bananas or eight small
ones How many large bananas must
the natives bring. How many small
Application to Business.
"By this time the period closed.
and the children had divided S by 4
aad multiplied 6 by S and 9 by S. At'
this rate, how long will it take tne;
children to learn quick and accurate'
1-t Lt tJ..tl mi m I t
' thev never did become so. or not Till !
thev had got into business and had ,
W several good positions because ,
' of their inaccuracies. !
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ugng; faere Js a suggestJonj
1 UU . M1U HUai. lUllUUUa uu i
puplls niake tne coml)Inatfans aS they '
j?nltiu utr juiiji iuirt.tciiii.fti4 in L"
breathe without thinking about it. Cash on hand January 1st includ
When they can do this, problems mayj ing money loaned. $1247.55. ,
be taught in two years. But even at The financial secretary reported j
12 years of age, reasoning are the ,
problems, only, should be allowed.
Reasoning on principles should be
left for maturcr years. By this meth-
od. several vears can be saved; and
the pupils' interest may survive.
How to- Employ the Time.
Having saved these several lyears.
what is to be done with the time.
Well. Nature Study. Whether Na
ture Study becomes a "fad" or not
depends upon the teacher. To make
it a "fad" will be the easiest thing.
To make it what it should be. and
may be. will be very difficult. It
means a lot of hard work, for most
of it must be original work. And
most of us have been trained to get
mnterials from books. We can help
each other, and this is about all the
assistance we will get at present.
pive Minute Renort:
hfllf ilfizon vnnnir Inilios
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a 5U"s luuireu me uariifuier dcu. j
I Five minute reports from the teach
ers in various city schools concern
ing the work done during the fall
term in nature studies followed. Mr.
Van Dine, of the Normal school, stat
ed that both field and class room
work had progressed at a gratifying
j rate at the school. The pupils had
t become quite versed in plant life.
from its inception to maturity. Corn, j
beans and radishes were carefully Lanais were then illuminated, while
studied and excursions to various the house was prettily decorated, and
portions of Honolulu were taken by e general air of festivity soon per
the scholars. A collection of insects I M the spacious residence. Th"
has been made bv the pupils.- The'euu,s si "" l u.iBuuu.
schoul is Provided with all necessary
apparatus for field work. Included
In the studies taken up, mosquitoes,
seeds. plants of many
pecies were 1
In the training school fish, and wa-i
ter plants have received niuct study.
uii some oi uie uuvaucuu classes i
moterology and atmospheric studies
were taken up.
class Work at Kahulani. '
Mrs pshe,. submitted a report of
class worlc at Kaiulani school. The !
.. renresentol as makinsr
,., . ,.,.
being cultivated. Taro was a subject
. have a short stav
over which one class devoted much,nae a iUori aiaJ
T4 tends to go to Ms
time and attention. It was now pro- fe"
1 as flourishing under the care!
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i-aiian children. The various i
, , , ,
Hawaiian children. The various j
arealso studied, and means are
planned for their extermination. i
Miss King of Kaahumanu school ;
i told of the work of the thirteen teach-1
' ers at the school. xVgricuItural topics i
also engrossed the attention of the
pupils, and the best conditions under '
which each" would thrive was noted.
,. , , .
Insects which tended to destroy these .
plants were studied.
Studying Rice Culture.
scho,ars of tHs chool have,
- aIso becn taken to the rice fields and
wre introduced to the manner In.
which the product was cultivated and
harvested. The cane borer destruc-
tive to the sugar cane and scale bug
ana Japanese beetle, a deadly ene-'
m-v ot lhe C0 Plaat- wre PinIed
out to tne young natarausts- ,
At Kalihwaena school. Miss John-j
Tha young people of this
s hool have also made excellent
progress In their experiments along
The solo, pleasingly rendered by
Miss Lanb at the conclusion of the
program, met with, a warm response
and repeated encores from taose
Mrs. Markham Dead.
Mrs. Koaale Kaiaaaa Hu&lhei Kat
aaiosati Markkaa. widow of the late
wilHara A- Markham. died last night'
at 11:3D p. m-. at her residence at
Palama. opposite the Kaiulani school. ;
Five children survive: Geo.
ham. John Bertelmana and William
--.,., ......; lu.tkin
r,B(.ral service wili tab, nlace at
the residence, at 3:30 o'clock this af-
UNION HAS A MEETING
TREASURER'S REPORT ADOPTED
The first business meeting of the
Catholic Benevolent Union in 1502
was held last night at the Catholic
c.uo rooms on me a.uCUl fru--
W. I. Barry was.chairman of the'
T-T- i-l -S iJ - -
miietintr ntlrl IT T irCdtnn Orttarl 1 ?
secretary. There was a good attend-,
ance and after the regular meeting ;
adjourned, an agreeable evening was,
?pent by the members in social inter-,
The Unioa t00k a strong stand on
me lauor quesuon, ana.aicer .
members had fully expressed their'
views it was moved and adopted that!
all work to be done for the club '
hereafter shall be done by white la-'
bor to the absolute exclusion of
Asiatics. The report of the treasur -
ay fnN fVirt. nnii-tflp nnttino- Tnnnnrt' '
er for the quarter ending January
1st, 1902, was read and adopted. It
for the past six months. These have i
having received 1175.50 monthly dues i
for the past six months. These have '
been turned over to the treasurer.
The officers of the Catholic Benev
olent Union are: President, Y. I.
Rarrv "1st viro nrpiilnt V C. Ret-
't0,-c. om, t.in nr-d.w v' cPn. '
! bury": " recording secretary. F. D. '
'Creedon; financial secretary. Chas.
! H. Rose; treasurer, Alfred Rosa;
cnaniam. itev. atner vaieniin. jji-i
j rectors: J. F. Eckardt, J. Asche, S. I ing was furnished by the Bunth and foreclose the said mortgage for con
1 W. Crook. W. F. Enwig, F. Oleasou. ! Dudd Companv and the Deltorellis dition broken, to wit: the non-pay-
J. A. McDonald, A. S. Vascimentos.
J. F. Morgan will '
Mr and Mrs.
uououcss nave occasion io recau tne ,
fifteen anniversary of their marriage
f ! ti
for a long time to come, and with a
marked degree of pleasure.
A large number of intimate friends
of .Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, being aware
nf thn imnnrtnnt ovonf in tht lir;
of the well known couple, resolved j
that the making of another milestone !
should not pass by unnoticed, conse-
quently a score or more descended I
upon tne pleasant nome ot tne .ior-
gans. and took the inmates complete-
jv oy surprise.
Later refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan were the re-
cipients of many good wishes from i
those fortunate in being present.
Kl I iV.ll 11 ii iv vv '
Miss Hf len Kahaleahu is at present
visiting friends in Palama.
Judge Geo. D. Gear is expected to
retrn from the Coast on January IS.
M.nrv-riSi on th inst Kinmi will nnH-
iu town as he in-
Maui next week.
, "-, "e- " " ,
Association, has returned from Kauai. ,
, . ' . . . ..
Col. Girard. who arrived on the i
D. H. Case, secretary of the Bar
" ' nrrive.i nn thol
Friends in this city have received j
the announcement ot the engagement I
of Miss Hazel Lewis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Lewis of Hlio. Tire
Joung lady is soon to wed Clarence'
I?""l ft. -J".!
v afc. nainifti. j-v-a . n ao cuvj
received a cut under her chin which
5 promptly attended to by Dr. Wood
who repaired the damage with a few
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The following guests registered at;
tne Hawaiian Hotel during sunaay
and yesterday: Jna Hind. Kohala; '
A. Lindsay. Hilo: Thomas C Howell. ;
Lahaina; Geo. Hons. Waiiuku; Missj.
ai. m. tgnt. Konaia; .virs. James;
Wight. Kohala; Theo. Msleod. Ko-I
Waimea. Kauai; J. M. McCulley, Ewa.
OF THE WORLD
ORPHEUS PRESENTS GREAT SHOW
The World's Entertainers opened! at
the Orpheum last night and more
than carried oat erery promise niaie-
to the public of Honolulu.
The theater was packed 3Dd hun-
' dreds of people were tamed away
oaatHe to gain aumissioa.
The greatest act was that of Soler-'
no the Greot- who & an a5bUIon
of jaggling that held
Professor Powell gave some very
clever tricks in legerdemain and
His best trick was the trunk mystery.
An attendant Is tied secarely in a
sack, which Is sealed; he is then
placed in a trunk which is locked;
this trunk in turn is placed in an
other trunk, also double locked. It,
is then bound with a rope. A young;
lrJ stands besiae this trunk a canopy j
paced over id and truuk and;
,nnf, :har. ha .tni
1 V'TV V'VVVUV -J . 0-w .
Places without disturbing the iock
The St. Onge Brothers In the exhi-,
bition of bicycle riding showed tricks
.u- i.. cn horo
IUUL "CIS UC1 UVIUIC KCU u'.,
whe Arras and AHce gave
. hii.itinn of --mnastic feats
Muh Encored Skit.
Bert Flat and Rose Sutherland
opened the bill in a skit that was en-
d u d aain and ther heid
lhe boanls twent five rainuteS, when
the program only assigned tlieni half
Mile Ancion performed on the
trapeze while the Ferraris Duo did
some marvelous dancing, their Rus
sian dance being beyond the common.
Mile De Monza gave Hungarian
songs and dances in a pleasing and J
Hope Hadden. the principal vocal-
ist of the company, is a petite and
charming little lady. She is very
graceful and knows
how to dress
whil bei.S also the Possessor of a
Comedy of the Evening.
me Dnncinai comeuy oi uic ee-
Trio. Both of these teams brought
down the house by their funny an
tics. The little casino of the trio
is a host in himself.
Honolulu has an attraction here
which is seldom equaled and that it ,
is appreciated will no doubt be de-,
monstrated by the large business
tlle comPan vvi11 Ao ur'ng its short ,
SHEET IRON WORKERS
Last evening the Honolulu
Iron Workers No. 1 held a meeting
at which the following officers were ,
elected: H. Green, president; J. '
Crane, vice president; H. Ludw'jg.
recording secretary; J. Welte, treas
A farewell luau was given to Chas.
j Duval, a member of the union, who
! with his family, will depart for the,
i Coast on the 15th inst.
Honolulu Mill Grinding.
The first grinding of the second
crop of cane taken from Honolulu
Plantation was commenced yesterday '
morning at the plantation null.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The undersigned beg to advise ship
pers that until further notice the rate
freight from San Francisco to Ho
nolulu bv steamers of the Oceanic
Steamship Company will be $3.50 per
WMvG. IRWIN &. CO.,
General Agents" Oceanic
Honolulu. January 10. 1902.
All persons are forbidden to tres-
nass on the fishinir riehts at Kaika.
Waialua. Island of Oahu. Any person
CHING AhliNA. Lessee.
Notice is hereby given that I will1
not be responsible for any debts con-i
tracted in the name of Mrs. &. c
Bertelmann or Mrs. I. H. Kahihna
(Signed) .MRS. I. H, KAHILINA.
Honolulu. January 13th, 1902
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Pacific Guano & Fer-
tilizer Company, will be held on Mon-;
day, January 20th. 1902. at 11 o'clock
-; the office of H. Hackfeld &
"- L,lu- """""
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A meeting of ths stockholders cti
ins KODert uneve puousning com
pany, Limited, Is hereby called at the
oSce of the Treasurer; J. H Fisher,
far SATURDAY, JANUARY ISth.
1SC2. at 3 o'clock p. m. Said meetics
being for the purpose of discussing
the general business affairs of the
Company. EDWIN S. GILL.
Honolulu. Jan. 10th. 152. .
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
On Thursday, January 22rd, at 10
'o'clock 'a. nc. at my salesroom. S3
Queen street. Honolulu, I will sell at
Public Auction, by order of Mr. H. G.
MMdleditch. trustee in the estate of
Inti - in" nnrtfaltr- rtesr5hs? morrhsn.
. dise, the complete list of which can be
seen at my office: Anvils, Tire TJp-
! setter. Coal. Bites, Hammers, Clamps.
j Mallets, Bolts. Shovels, Calipers,
Tire Banker, Round and Flat Bar Iron,
Bar Tool Steel. Wrenches, Drill Press,
Flatters. Swager. Punches, Pinchers.
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Wheels, Rims. Oak and Spruce Lum
ber. Drawing Knife, Bevel, etc.. etc
Together with a fifteen years lease
of the property situated on the corner
of Queen and Milinani streets, and the
corrugated iron covered building situ
JAMES F. MORGAN, Auctioneer
Honolulu, Jan. 9, 1902. t
Notice is hereby given that intend-.
! ing passengers per Steamship "MO-
. au sau wr v
4 "V- ft t ,-. - A- --it Y. ...... ..... .. 1
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aukanui, aue to sau ror tne loi-
cnies on the ISth inst., must apply
i for passage by the former boat net
later than Monday, the Cth inst, and
for the latter not later than Thurs
day, the 9th inst.
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO. LTD.,
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND '
OF SALE. I
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the powers of sale contained in that
certain mortgage dated October 30th,
1S99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse,
formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
now of San Francisco State of Calif
ornia, as mortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 196, on pages 263
nnri oc j,0 ,.t,Tnrno 5nton,ic tn
ment of the interest on the sum of
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars (2500) '
the principal sum secured by said
mortgage when due. '
Notice is likewise given that the
property conveyed by the said mort
gage will be sold at Public Auction at
the auction rooms of James F. Mor-
Ran Auctioneer. Oueen St.. Honclulu
on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan
uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon
The property covered by said mort
gage consists "of all that piece or par-
eel of land situated on the Waikiki
j side of Makikl Street near Wilder
Sheet j Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com
All that piece or parcel of land con-,
taining an area of forty-two hundreths i
(42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki, j
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
piece or parcel of land described in j
Royal Patent 3690. Land Commission I
! Award 1101S to Wahine.
Together with all buildings, Im-
provements, rights, easements, priv- i
ileges and appurtenances thereunto
Terms Cash, United States Gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars applv to
- HOLMES & STANLEY,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Tlatnd TTrmnliiln Tlnnomlior It 10A1 '
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By his attornev in fact.
A Gup of
To get a real good cup of Coffee
you'll have to start back of the ac
tual nfaking. You'll have to look
to the roasting and grinding.
Is a high grade blend, but moder
30c. the pound.
Roasted three times a week and
ground three times a day from gcod
old Kona coffee. Always pure and
LEWIS & CO., ltd.
1056 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
We I Wilson CU
1 The leading Plumbers of San Fran-' 0
j cisco, have decided to locate a per
i manent establishment in Honolulu.
Thls-will give the residents of this .
city an opportunity of having their 1
plumDmg done at reasonable rates Dy
the most skillful mechanics In the
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Her Tung Bii'Jiig.
Jobbing PrompUy Attended Jo j
MONDAY, JANUARY I3TH
MESSRS. HENRY LEE and I
JAMES G. RLU,
Take pleasure In presenting their j
For a short season, en route to Aus-j
tralia. A glance over the list of
stars will convince the most indiffer-'
ent observer that we offer only the.
very greatest features in the line of
European and American
. . . VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS . . .
No where else in this world will you
find sucn an organization of leading
features and high salaried performers.
SALERNE THE GREAT.
BUNTH and RUDD COMPANY.
PROF. POWELL AND COMPANY.
ARRAS AND ALICE.
ST. ONGE BROTHERS.
DELTORELLIS CASINO TRIO.
BERT FLATT and ROSE SUTHER
LAND. MLLE. ANCION.
i THE FERRARIS DUO.
MISS HOPE HADDEN.
MLLE. ILMA DE MONZA and
CARL NILSSON'S TROUPE.
REMEMBER EVERY EVENING,
Reserved Seats $1.00. Gallery 50c.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Blackthorne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
Old Cremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
I J. Hartmann & Co., Ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
Have Just Opened
An entirely New Consignment of
SILK GOODS. IN PIECE,
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERED,
CARVED IVORY WARE.
SANDAL WOOD BOXES.
JEWELRY and NOVELTIES.
ALL ORIENTAL GOODS OF
THE VERY BEST.
Phong Fat Co.,
I The Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd. I
& saAxpst3S3.t: ox
Keep one at your bed-
side and throw light 8
on the burglar " when o
lie comes a burgling." 9
The Hollister Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Thing3
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
PIES just like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Fingers,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cents. We
can furnish you a box of delicious
candle worth a dollar eteewhara.
J. OSWALD LTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
ALSO SOME MORE
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of ...
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.