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avknino nin,t,wnN Honolulu, it. t., rmnAV. January 3, 1902.
FOURTEEN NEW HOMES, prop
erty of W. M. CAMPBELL.
Prices cut to coat or below. Terms
easy. Location, Wilder Ave., Bcr
etnnln. King, Kinau, Pllkol, Luna
lllo Sts Matlock Ave, Manoa, Ktc.
RESIDENCE of CHAS. WINTER,
Just below Bcretanla on Artesian.
Kino new two bedroom house,
built by whlto labor; lot 72Jx75
feet. Just off proposed extension
of Itapld Transit line.
SUPERB BUILDING LOTS In I'll-
nnliou, Anapunl St., Manoa and
two, three and
Henry Waterhouse & Co.
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 313.
Magazines sound by tho EVKN1.S
Washington Light Co.
Le Progres Regular.
Rose Croix Regular.
All visiting members of the or
der are cordially invited to attend
meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Moots every Monday evening at 7:30
in Harmony Hall, King street.
C. CHAULOCK. N. ti.
E. 11. HKNDKY, ascrciary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street,
ytslung brothers cordially Invited to
H. J. OALLAQLER. C. C. "
A. E. MUlu'HY, K. n. S.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. ot P.
Meets every Friday evening at liar
oony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
Deri of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
ing brothers cordially Invited.
O. EIUCSON, C. U.
K. of It. and S.
Miniatures on Porcelain,
Miss Caroline llaskins
Telephone Main 259.
Studio, King Bros., Hotel St.
Annis Montague Turner
"MIGNON," 1024 Beretnnln St.
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel St.,
opp. Adventlst Church.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort Street.
Is Loaded Up With
For New Year's.
Scotch Shortbread; Cakes, nil sizes
prices and styles, l'lcs, Just like jour
mother used to make; Cookies, Maca
roons; Lady Fingers; Cream Purls,
and all tho dainty styles sultablo lor
Tons of I'uro Candy, from cheap
grndo for children, up t bettor grades,
l'or 50c we can furnish joii a box of
Delicious Candles worth a dollar else
where. A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
The cheapest and best light for tho
store, and tho ono that gives tho
greatest satisfaction, Is tho
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMP
Actual Cost of Running SOO-Can
dlepower Lamp, One-Half Cent per
Figure this In comparison with
your electric light bill and also tako
Into consideration the facts that tho
Transcendent, when lit, stays lit.
Tho UBor Is Independent of tho
breaking of dynnmos and other an
noyances so frequent In this city.
Consider that tho Transcendent Is
soft, steady and brilliant no flut
tering. Vaporized Kerosene only Is used.
Not Gasoline. Ausolutcly safe.
In use now and recommended by
n. F. Thiers & Co.. Whitney &
Marsh. Jordan s. Mclncrny's Shoo
Store and numerous others.
FOR JIALE !
Six large lots on the corner ot Wll
dcr avenue and Alexander street.
Electric cars pass the door.
Opposite tho Oahu College grounds.
Prices ranging from $S00 to $2000.
Terms one-fourth cash and three-
fourths on mortgage, or In monthly
TO RENT Ten room house, with
large grounds, on Pauoa road; $30.
Castle & Lansdale
Real Estate and Investments.
506-507 STANGENWALD BLDG.
NEW YEAR !
A toast which everyone should
drink with bottoms up,
The following will enable
you to do It In the proper
2 Champagne, pts.
3 Rhinewine, qts.
3 French Claret, qts,
1 Sherry, qt,
2 Vermouth, pts.
I Port, qt,
all for $10,00
Your New Year's dinner
will be n grand succeas If
you order the above.
THE PIONEER WINE AND
25 King St., near Bethel
505, Comer of Ber Unla Ave. and Pun Ji-
All Work Done By Hand,
Lace Curtains, Silk nnj Olive Gleaning a
AISADIE tV CO.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Postage on the Bulletin's speelal In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the Stater.
Q. H. Kerrey's ofllce, 8 Campbell bid.
Old papers at 10 cents a bundle. Sec
For Sale column.
Ulark horse awaiting owner t
ilalm See Found column.
Don't miss the great sale of white
goods at the Pacific Import Co.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St. $1.00 per week up.
lllank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
i manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
I tng Co.
Experienced girl to do light house
work nnd care for Infant. Seo Want
In tho neighborhood of thirty Chi
nese will return home In the Coptic to
morrow. Oahu Lodge, No. 1, K. of P... will
meet tonight at 7.30 In Harmony Hall,
Calendar made up of Island views
for sale at Honolulu Photo Supply Co
See them In the window.
Leo Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
from $3.50 to $3 00 per hundred.
Paymaster Hall is back again In the
Capitol building after having been 111
In the hospital for nearly three weeks.
The Kllohana Art League's first con
cert of this car will take place at the
Castle residence In Munoa vallo on
The PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT Is made especially lor old and
new shingles, metal and felt ruofs,
posts, Iron, steel, etc.
The barkentlnc Wrestler now out -19
days from Newcastle for Kahulul put
Into Sidney on Nov. 20 wl'.h loss of
fore nnd main topmasts.
Tho German ship Alfctereehwan,
from Hamburg for Honolulu was
uground In the river Elbe on Dec. 20
nnd was floated next day.
The steamer Alexander. Captain
Nlckles, sailed from Hampton (toads
foi this city on December 7 with a
rargo of coal for the Nnvy.
H. O. Merlthew, former clerk for
Commandant Merry, has lieiomo a
cadet aboard the Vinturu. Ho Joined
the vessel on her departure Tuesday.
The annual meeting of tin Catholic
Ladles' Aid Society will take laro to
.'! at .1 p m. nt the residence i.f Mrs.
0 McIjiIii on lleretntila strer. A full
attendance Is requested
Andrew llrowu has received word
1 rum relatives of the late A. F. Oll
fillan. that he ii-.-.ialns were ynt to
San Francisco for burial at the tide of
Mr (Hlflllan'g father and mother.
When Superintendent' Heyno'ds
leaves for tho Moloknl leper settle
ment on Monday next, ho will take
with him a large quantity of seeds ami
plants for the people nt the settlement.
Tho Hoard of Health will hold Its
regular weekly session this afternoon.
Bids for supplying hides and tallow
will be opened nt the time. Several
Important matters will tome up for
Tliere will be a polo game In Kaplr.
Ian I park tomorrow afteinnon It has
not been decided definitely jet whether
the Ineag unci Artlllerjmen or the
Business Men nnd Lawjers will play.
The Incas and Artillerymen are a man
Jib Albert, a pacer with a rocorJ of
2 Id and brother to the famous I'ljing
Jib, which arrived from tho CoaHt
about six weeks ago, died the other day
from an attack of colic. 1 he horse was
Imported by Charles llelliiu.
The piles for the Myrtle Ho it .'lub'b
new house are being driven ami the i,ld
house will soon be lemoveu. The pile
driving work Is not progressing virj
rapidly on account of the hare liottum
on which It Is necLssarj to wink.
Of life's pleasures, picture taking Is
ono of tho brightest. 1.10 oppor.mil
lies offered by tho possession of an
nnstmnn Kodak add to Health, ecliua
tlon and enjovment. Tho Honolulu
Photo-Supply Company pro selling
them nt n discount of 20 per cent fiom
At the irescrlbed time ot closing the
call for bids for the purchase of uldcs
nnd tallow for the Hoard of Ileilth
yesterday noon, the Metropolitan Meat
Company, McChesney & Co., and tho
Wagner Stock Yards were found to
have submitted propositions.
If it is possible to secure a quorum
thcro will ho a meeting of tho Board
of Education at to o'clock Saturday
morning as there Is considerable busi
ness of Importance waiting to be at
tended to, A meeting was to have
been held last week but a quorum
failed to make Its appcarante.
Tho United States Trensui) Depart
ment has remitted the lino of 300CO le
ccntly Imposed on the Nom d'.camer
Valencia for earning 17D persons down
from Nome In excess of the number 1 ho
It licensed to transport. The fine was
remitted on account of tho exceptional
circumstances surrounding the imso.
The regular business meeting of the
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor will bo held In the pallor of
the Central Union church this evening
nt 7 30 o'clock. All members ate re
quested to be present to hetr leports
from tho chairmen of the various com
mittees on tho work of the past six
Lieut, Hancock and Dr. McAdory,
olllcers of the Sixth Artllltrq, enter
tained the following at dinner ut Camp
Mckinley last evening: Mm. lleni
I Dutton, Miss Dutton, MUh Colbutu,
I Miss Irmgard Macfarlaue, Miss I.adv
j Macfailano, Mr. Dutton, C. II. W. Nnr
I ton, It W' Shingle, Charles Dol A. L
I C Atkinson
j At 11 meeting of tho Chinese United
I Society Wednesday night, tho troublu
between the Chinese Consul General
V. ang Wei Pin, and the reform part)
came to a focus In the election of olll
ceis for tho ensuing year, Tho hall
was crowded. It was three hours be
fore the work waB cimpleted. The re
form party defeated the consul, clct
Ing the following olllcers: U, IC. Al,
president; Yen Kl Ngan, vice presi
dent; I.au Tang, secretary; Ho Foil,
treasurer; Wong Chec, assistant treasurer.
Pastor E. S Muckley Inaugurated an
annual rally and roll call In tho Chris
thin church last night Members at
tended In goodly proportion, answerlm)
to their names with quoting Scripture
passages Thcie was a review of tho
past year's work. Mrs. Muckley speak
Ing for the Ladles' Aid Society, Mrs.
Wcedon for the lllble class, Mr. Tag
gart for the Sunday school, W. M.
Templeton for the Wednesday evening
meetings, W C Wcedon for tho mis
sions and Mr. Hall for tho Y. P. S. C.
I.. the wholo concluding with a short
complimentary nddress by the pastor
on the progress being made by tho
church. He praised the small congre
gation for accomplishing so much
work, sajlng that large churches on
the Mainland were not to be compared
with It for earnestness of put pose. He
snld ninny churches were too much glv-
en to socials, fairs and suppers. The.
Sunday school and Young People's So-
clety were building up at a pleasing
Mr. Weedon, In his remarks, an
nounced thnt he had received a letter
by last mall stating that the mission
nry society had granted $1000 for the
Kcwnlo mltslon and an equal nmount
would likely be donated for a chapel at
IcfUlUKAII INS I ALLATION.
At the meeting jof Olive llranch Kc
beknh Lodge, I. O. O. F, held In liar
mony Hall yesterday evening, the fol
lowing olllcers, recently elected, were
Installed In their respective olllces by
Dro. J. D. McVeigh, I) I). O. S. Noble
Oliilid. Sister Alice Hctrlck. P. N. O.;
Vlco Grand, Sister Anna Willing, Sec
rctary. Sister Mae Weir, P. N. G.,
Treasurer. Sister Abble Charlock
Chaplain. Sister Hosalle Weir; Conduc
tor. Sister Tohra Oss; Wurden, Sister
Hazel Crane, It. S. N. G., Ilro. J. I),
McVeigh, P O , L. S. N. O., Sister Am)
Owens; It. S V. O.. Sister Goldlc Gur
ncy; L. S, V. 0., Sister Fanny McCor
rlston: Inside Guardian, Sister l.lzzlo
Gurney, P. N. G.
Theic was a program of music lu
connection with the Installation. The
address of tie evening was delivered
by J. I). McVeigh. A featuro of the
evening was the presentation of a
handsome Jewel to Miss Clara (iurney,
the retiring Noble Grand. Refresh
ments were served at the end of the
I'hslcal Dliector Pied Yoiiuk of tho
Y. M. C. A. Is picking out members to
nniko up the fom Indoor baseball
tennis whldi will phi) u serlcH of six
games In the Kjiiinasliim during the
present season. The teams will he the,
HuslnesH Men, Miille-lllma, Evening
Clnss nnd Intermediates. The Raines
will hens follows
On Januno 11 the Uuslness Men will
play the i:eulng Class; on Janiiury 18
the Malle Illmiis play tho Interme
diates Jaiiiurj I'.", the Kindness Men
plaj the Intermediates. IVIirmir) I the
Millie Illmas pin) the Culling Claws,
on IVhrimry S. the Kvenhr; Class plns
the Intermediates, and on Feliruuiy l."
the lluslnehs Men pl,i the Malle III-
The Ilusljiess Men's team Is tho onls
one so far that has ijelerted men. The
make-up Is as follows K, I). Clark,
A. T. Ilrock, C II. Cooke, .1. Water
house, A. W'uterhouse, (1 Wiiterhousc.
lliilph ltnvmond. Fred Merger. Pinnk
Athertoii. II I'euhallow am M. A.
A It ION CLUIVri UANCU
The Arlcui Society gave u grand hall
and soelal entertainment In the Elks'
hall, corner of Miller nnd Ueretanlu
streets, last niglit. There weie over
, Uo llunilr(lll J)f.op,,. 1)lcscnt
,.. , ., , ' ,
ant fcatuie of tho entertainment was
the phi Ing of musical selections be
tween the dames, by 1'iof. Anime, The
dance music was furnished by Kills
quintet club. The hall was decorated
with flowers and bunting while ovei
tho stage were the colors of the United
States and (lurmany. The dlrectoig ot
the socletj acted In the capacity of the
committee In charge.
SAT UKDAY'8 POOTBALL.
Theio will be a game of asHocljilon
football on the Maklkl giuunds tomor
row nftei 110011 at 4 30 o'clo -It b'een
the Malle-lllma and Honolr.l'i Athletic
Club teams The line-up, s'lbjei t to
changes, will be as follows
Mulle-Illmus lloul. KenwUK, backs,
It Anderson nil J McOIII, half-oacks,
J. Anderson, t'r.tlk ami James Hum 11,
forwards, Miuiro, L'liiiimliu, lloyle.
Chamberlain and Wright
llonohilus (loiil, eile.i.cm lucks,
Soper and Harvey; half-bacl.b. Parish,
M, Aiidejhon nnti Irish, forwanN, .Me.
Willi !cr, Kny. noodle, tilass and
OKMS1IY In San KrancUco, December
19. 11)01, Anna M. S. Oimsby. beloved
wife of the late I S. I.. Ormaby, nn'i
mother of John J Ueorge O., Hai-
rlel E Henr S., Edwnrd K., Edpar
1... 1 rank E.. of Iloston, Ma.e nnd
minimi 1. urmsoy or Honolulu, a
native of England, aged (17 veals, 4
months and 27 dayp.
It Is a Heal Pleasure to us to speak
favorably of PA1N-KIM.ER. known 1.
most universally to bo n good and safe
tcmedy for bums and othei pains of
tho body It Is valuable not only fo
colds In winter, but for various Hummer
complaints and should he In oven
family. The casualty which demands
It may come unaware.- Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes theie Is but
ono Paln-Klller, Perry Davis", i'rhe
:3c. und Ed
it Is proposed thut Oklahoma shall
no admlted to Statehood dining the
present bcsslon of Congress and that
her capital city shall be called "ilc
Klnley." A bill making such provision
has already been Introduced In the up
per House by Senator Fairbanks. Sy
HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY'S
Good sufifVcHtlonfl arc nlwnys
In order nliout 'Xmns anil
New Year's tline nnel we are
mire the following will In
FOR LADIES !
We have something very
acceptable In an excellent
Manicure Sets, Pocket Books
Leather Novelties and High
FOR GENTLEMEN I
In our Judgement you could
not please a man better than
to give hint a sctot our solid
ebony back -
MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES
which we have In splendid
variety. If you think he has
these we have others about
equally as good consisting ot
Shaving Sets, Traveling
Sets, Cigar Cases, Pocket
Books, Etc., Etc.
We will be pleased to show
Motor, Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OP : :
Sato Work or All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
Fred. F. Ingram
1226 FORT ST.
Locksmithing and General
Repairer of Gasoline Engines.
Eer.v now and then the slangltes
Aic cuncotlng something new
In the way of catchy phrnBes
That suivlve a month or two.
Some of them are lather foolish.
Some have Just a touch of wit,
Hut at times 11 slang expression
Comes iilong und makes a hit
Wo lememher old-time phrases
That were heard In every town,
Such as "Over my left shoulder."
"You dry up," und "Simmer down "
When one fellow asked another
How he felt by day or night,
Came leplj, "All hunky dory."
And 'twaj later "Out of sight."
"Get n move on" oft was uttered
When a fellow seemed too slow;
And we next became accustomed
To the pharse, "Oh, I don't know."
Then we heard "Wouldn't that Jal
Ten to twenty times a day.
Willi a lot of variations
That were often brought In play.
One by one these slang expressions
Came in vogue and had a run,
Till at last each grew so tiresome
That the speaker all would shun.
Hut there now Is heard another
That's pervading nil the town,
I'm 011 every side we'ro hearing
"Go way back nnd sit down."
Soon It, too, will be a chestnut,
And the populace will frown
At the nulsanca who Is saying
"(Jo way back and sit down."
Hut when It Is gono another
Will as freely clrciiclato;
I'm the mimglers of the language
Keep the slang light up to date.
"Will oii have your monogram on
It?" asked the saliswomun. The pur
chaser, a middle-aged woman of sen
sible .demeanor, looked puzzled as slio
gazed at her purchase an nitlcle of
underwear ".My monogram?" 8ha
asked "Yes, of couise," replied me
saleswoman ".Monograms go on
nvt") thing this season. We have them
all made up; any combination of let-
teis that you t unlit think of. They go
on piiiftluill) eveijthing n woman
v.eais On stockings they are gen-
rally plaied either Just below the
knee or on the Instep On iinderweai
It doesn't make much dlffercuco whers
It goes, but It generally goes some
wheie The fad for monogrumH even
extends to gloves, where It Is stitched
in the baik. Eveiybody Is wearing
them." "Well, I think It's foolish
ness," retorted the middle-aged pur
chaser. "I know who I nm without a
monogium to tell me, and I don't cara
whether other people know who I am
or not." And that settled It. Philadel
O IN8URE good health
And Increase your wealth
The whole of this new year,
The proper way
li to start today
With the use of Prlmo Deer.
BY THE FRUITS
OF OUR LABOR
vvc are known to all people of taste In Honolulu
who have a horror of cheap one common laundry
work. Anything finished at our establishment is
as tlno as a poet's fmicy, linvlnjv received a touch
which may be described as the verse form of linen.
Come to us for laundry results ns suggestive of
satisfaction of home, sweet home. .1 .! .t
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.,
Ring up Main 73 and our wagon will call for your work,
SHREVE & GO.,
To facllltato trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellvcr
all goods purchasod or ordered of them, frco of nil charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sent on selection to thoso know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Post Sts.. 6. F.
Illustrnted CATAI.OCIUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of Now York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
C. J. DAY & CO.
122 Ring St., next
Hawaiian Engineering and Contraction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. 30X 834. TEL. MAIN 7c
All elasscs of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and He
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Itall
oads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc. '
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports i
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEfi M.,ASI. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
WELL WORDED WANTS
When You Want a Rig
RiNQ UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
::::: B18 fort street
Btablo 'Phono, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72
C. H. DELLINA.
Drays Top Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
Ing steamers from tho Coast, and w
check baggage on all outgoing steam
White and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin, 21'
King street Tel. 86.
W. LARSEN. JW
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : :
PUm an4 estimates furnished for all classes
ROOM 100, BOSTON RLOCK, . HONOLULl'
with absolute purity the
flnvor of the pure hops.
ense from the Brewery.
to Bulletin Office.
Best Insurance In the World
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
MONUMENTAL CO.. LTD.
Tel. 287 Main. 176 Klna 8treet-
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Manager
Now Open fop lltmlness.
Flncnt of Accommodation.
PlucHt of Untiling. 1 1 t
lie Sure to Oct Oft at 1 1
1 1 t t Wtilnluu Station
RATH8 82.B0 per clay t
Special Riitcn by Week or
Month, t 1 1 1 1 1 j 1
For turther Information address :
II A L III W A P. O.
Genera! bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embosslni?. mans, rhnrtn nnd npfUtln-
prlntlng aftho T3VENINO HULl.ETlN
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