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EVr.NINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. 11.
.TAN. 31, 1902.
'M(f!i.;w , ,
SHOT GUN SHELLS
Is quite a largo number and In tho hands of good hunters will con
siderably diminish the bird population of the Islands. While wo havo
no grievance against tlio birds, yet tho above number Is the amount
of cartridges we have Just received, and they are all fresh.
Good ammunition Is one of tho chief requisites to good hunting
and ours Is tho best.
E. O. Hall &
WI1YTE & MACKAY'
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotcli Whiskey
Drink No Other.
uv wr I
Every Inch one pushes off be
jond the normal distance of
twelve Inches, after oe failure
begins, means an Inch of danger.
Ninety nlno persons out of a
hundred may do It safely, jott
may be the one who cant.
Those having tho best eyes
when old ago comes lll bo
those who heed the first call for
Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted.
A. ii Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
fort St., bet. Queen nml Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everything first-class. Complete lino
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H, J. NOLTE, - Proprietor,
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Manager
Now Open for BunlncHS.
Flneat of Accommodation.
FlncHt of Untiling. 1 t I
ISc Sure to Get Off at 1 I
I t i I Walnlun Station
RATES 82.B0 per cloy J
Special Rates by Week or
Alontb. i : t 1 1 t 1
For further Information address :
HAtniWA P. O.
EAT POISON !
FIVE DIE IN ONE ROOM
When wo put our new int
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poison on tlio market wo call-
ed attention to the fact that It
was a real poison and would
kill. Our patrons who havo
tried It verify our claim.
They bring wonderful tales of
tno mortality among the rats.
Ono customer said that flvo
were poisoned In
the first night It was used.
RATS MUST HO
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is tho well-chosen name of
this now destroyer of ra s and
and mice. A trial will con-
vlnco anyone that If rodents
aro to bo ox crinlna ed our
poison will do tho work quick'
ly and surely,
A largo can costs fifty
cents. There Is sufficient poi
son to destroy hundreds of
rats. Isn't It worth this to
frco your house, barn or yard
of ratB? You know tho Im
Insist on having the real
RAT8 MU8T QO.
0 if. A m
HOBRON DRDG COMPANY,
KINO AND FORT.
The executive committee of the
Home Hulc party met In headquarters
last evening A gteat deal of tho
time was taken up with the discussion
of letteis tiom Dolegato Wilcox at
Tnc question of the nomination ol
n candidate for the vacancy In tlio
House of Hepiosentatlves caused by
tl death of Archibald Ollllllan. was
brought up for discussion hut, at the
suggestion of I'rlnce Jonah Kalanln
naole. the matter was laid over until
stub time as tho Governor should Is
sue his proclamation calling for a spe
I til election.
George MarUham Introduced a reso-
lutlon relating to tho employment ol
1 heap laborers by representatives ot
the United States present In tho city.
The resolution was In tne nature ot
a protest The matter was laid over
un Monday night when material per
talnlng thereto will bo prepared for
dispatch to Washington by the Ala
meila A committee wns appointed to
look further Into the matter and re
port. IllHhop Willis has posted the lollow
lng notlti 011 the St Andrew 8 Cathe
dial door which menus that the Sec
und Congregation will tie tiarred Irom
holding sen ices on Siiuda)
lo Whom It May Concern. I'ursti
ant to a lesolutlon of the Hoard of in
lectors of tho Protestant Episcopal
Church In the Hawaiian Islands, hue
tolore adopted this Cathedial will ie
main closed, save and except at siun
times, mid ior V111I1 purposes, ns may
lie tleklgnated by the Dean and War
dens. 11 V ORDER OF Till: DlUEClORS.
Tho Sunday school room of the Sis
tors' School lias been tendeied tne
Second Congregation, so that one
blanch of the work nt least will be
can led on.
DORIC'S ISKi CAMJO.
The Dnrh arrived from the Oiltnt
jesterdu) nfteinoon at about ."
o'clock aftei a trip of 6 days and JJ
bourn fi om Yokohama. While heay
seas weie encountered during the first
half of the tilp, the second hnlf was
very pleasant A large steamer was
passed last Tuesday night but her
Identity was not ascertained.
The Doric brought only two cabin
passengers for this port. Miss Sasaki
and K Kobnyashl. She had thirty
tluough passengeis for San Francisco
among whom were several naval oill
cers wll arc "-turning home on side
I ,uau, m nur meernge. me uonc
brought 207 Japanese for this port
und her freight for Honolulu. 16(17 tons
Is the largest that that steamer has
brought here for three years.
The Doric left for San Francisco
this morning cnrrjlng file following
passengers from this poit Mrs A. J.
Coffee, J. dray, Mrs. J. Oiay and E.
J. L. Kaulukou did not faie vci) well
with his Iwllcl cases In the Polko
Court this forenoon, The two women
Ollva l.nlz und Louisa Toneo
charged with fornication, weie each
found guilty und fined .'J .iiiJ costs.
Their stoilcs could not be ullevrd by
any sunn peuou and Jiul. Wllcov. tald
Tin co of the same criwd of Poito
Hlcan women were scnt'n.'c.l e.uh to
two months' imprisonment at hard la
bor, one had sentence cuspended for
three months and one had tier case
nolle pros'd. there was but one dlt
churge. When tho vagrancy cases came up,
Judge Wilcox asked Kaulukou lo pljd.
With a wave of the arm he replied that
he would llkn tho Judge to ask the no-
men himself. This tho judge did nnd
tlio iimno,, .,- in .i, i.i. . ..... i
tne women were In tho midst of plead-
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"' "" "m buiukou jumpm up'pany will be headquarters .or Hono
and said they plead not guilty. He
was very suddenly sat upon by ths
Consul Vlzifivnnn Ennertnlna.
Flench Consul Antolnn .Izznvnnn
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WBt night In honor of Commodore nap ,
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XTuliita iS n, ril '
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?,' VD0 .,?r Mrs loSi,tl'
Dnirinn nml Mloa filfforii '
Tho Governor of the Stato of New
York believes In saving the people's
money. Tho people of tho State of New
.ork agree with him. II therefore be
hooves the representatives of the peo
plo to back up the Governor In his ef
forts to do the will of the people.
Muga'lnes ound by the EVENINf
P n p.
Monday itl 6 do i o
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Wednesday to B ,8 i
Thullday ...l to I 9 j6 i 4
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Last quarter of the moon on the
31st. 2 39 a. 111.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul ami llllo occur
about an hour earlier ihan at Ho
nolulu. Masters of vessels salting from this
port for San Francisco will find thcro
n branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
omco located In the Merchants Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete BotH
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weatbei lhiieau, I'unalioii, January
31 Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Mldda maximum, 79.
llarometer at 9 n. m. 30.0"). Rising.
Dew- Point CCF.
Humidity at 9 a. ill. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, .1 mi
liary 31. Weather hazy; wind fresh
Thursday, January 30.
Am. lilit. Planter, Chase, io days
from San I'lniiclsto.
Sttnr. John Cummins, Searle, from
Koolau poits, at 4.30 p. m
1 rlny, January 31.
Am bk. Mnuna Ala, Smith, 15 days
from San Francisco,
Friday, January 31.
Stmr. Malum Loa, Simcrscin, lor La
halna, Maalaea, ionn and Knu ports,
at 12 m.
Stmr. Hnvvallan, Nichols, for l'bUa-
delphla. via Kaannpali, HIlo, Cmonel
and Snn Lucia, at Id a. 111.
Stmr. John Cummins, Scirle, for
Knounl ports, at 10 a. 111.
S. S Doric. Smith, for San Francisco
F01 Maui and Hawaii ports, per str.
Maunn Loa. Jan 31. J. Goldstein, W.
Kntuaklnl and wife, W. 11 Ctozler and
wife. P. i:. Lamar. A Ng Klin. C Ro
scndale, H. It. Miicfarlane, It. Havvx
burst Jr ami wife, E. A II. Items, W.
Ault. Illshop Willis. MrB II. Nahaole-
lua and child, L. T Grant 11 ml wife. I)r J
A. It. Howat, Sam Knuakauwl, G. F.
Stmr. Noeau. Wyman, for Lahnlnn.
Kaanapall, Kiikulbnelo anil Hnnokna,
at 5 p. til.
Schr. Conrord, for Hnmakiia ports,
Scbr. ,n Mol, for Kauai ports, p. m.
TO SAIL TOMOHHOW.
Ger si Agnes, Ileiirens, may sail
for Snn Francisco.
Schr. l.uka. for Kauai ports.
Stmr. Kiiiau, Freeman, from llllo
nnd way ports.
Per S. S. Alameda, from San Fran
cisco. Jan 31 A W. Adams, A. W.
Ahlborn, W. II Ilaker. Mrs. Maker, S.
V Ilerg, Mrs. Geo. Clifford. Mis. J. C
Cohen. J. C. Crackncll. G. A, Dav Is, Dr.
W. II. Dals, Miss Ida Dinwiddle, C. F.
Eckhaiilt. Geo Frith, Mrs. Frltch, Miss
U Geistle, M, S Grlnbaum Mrs. Orin
buani, Chas Ha. Miss Kniiffman, A
Laugerman. H M. Leonard. Geo. Les
lie, Mrs C I Lewis, P. N. Llllenthal,
Mis. Llllenthal. child nnd maid. Mlsr
M. Llllenthal. Mis. J. M Litchfield. C
F Meyer, L J. Mulligan. Miss W. Mur
ray, II Itltchle. Mrs. M S. Scudder.
Mrs. M S Scudder, rs J Seeley and
child, It H. Spottswood. .Mrs. M. H.
Weed Merrltt Weed, A A. Young F. S
Holt. D. C. Sage, .Mr nnd Mrs Uhl.
For San Fianclsco. per S. 8. Doric
Gray, Mrs. J.
Mrs. A. J. ofTee,
Gray, K ratify .
ON DECK AGAIN
(Continued on page 8 )
ilecieo of this Ilonornblo Stipiome
Coin t. ni mlo nnd tendered an afoiesuid,
is null nun void.
Whereloio tuo petltlonei pinys. for
tlio icasons set rortli nnd others that
tho decreo of the Supiouio Coin t be
vacated and declaied null and void
and of no validity."
PICTUIMJ TAKING CONTEST.
The Fastman Kodak Company has
opened a contest In vvnlch they olfci
$2000 In cash prizes nnd $2000 in Ico
claks for the best pictures taken with
Fastman kodakB or Drownio cameras.
Hero is a great opportunity for Ho
nolulu amateurs, with tho excellent
advantages for picture-taking tho
?L ,,.,, t lor ?.,. ,,,,. ,
beautiful scenery of tho Islnnd affords
,n, i.ii,: m,i-o.i ......
" "u.u.u umu auii iif aiiu
lulu contestants, and tbey have all
the inlormatlon about the contest,
Call and see them
A GOOD SHOW.
Ernest Hognn and "Illlly" McClaln
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lllrnto l.i.Ta Cain - n .,Hn..i.n.l ...,.
Saturday 'night, "'rue puUlo ha.
8cl,,om been favo'' wltl' B,leh a eood
Bhow aB Orpheum Is now present-
lne' nml attendance is steadily tncreas-
InB The same show win bo repeated
During the year 23,362 magazines, Il
lustrated papers, picture cards, etc.
which could not bo restored to own-
crs, wcrcr distributed among tho in-
mates of the various hospitals, asy
turns, and other charltaoie institutions
01 the District of Columbia, by order
of tho Postmaster General.
The New YorK World thinks It cu
rious that the Isthmian revolution
tame to a full stop at Colon.
BE OF C
Port Tonnsend, Wash Jan 22 The
Hrltlsh Admiralty has about glcn up
hope for the safety of the wnisiilp Con
dor, according to a dispatch received
here today by Colleitor of Customs
lleustls from the Treasury Department
In Washington. The dispatch Is as follows-
At the suggestion of the 8ccrctar l
Stntc, by request of the llrlttsb Gov-
crnment, jolt are directed to report
whether there has been any signs on
your coast of a llrltlsh warship In dis
tress, or nny wreckage therefrom. 1 his
inquiry Is made because of fear that
on accident may hne befallen the llrlt
lsh warship Condor, which left Esqul
malt for Honolulu on December 2,
and has not ben heard from.
A report of the wreckage found by
the rccnuc cutter Grant on the Van
couer 10.1st, consisting of oars, pieces
of boats and a portion of n cabin nnd
nlso the finding of a clinker built ship's
boat li Indians at t lie entrance of Dar
clay Sound, wns sent to tho depart
ment The boat answers tho description
of those carried by the Condor, nnd it
Is the opinion of shipping men that It
Lclonged to the missing warship.
Tho wreckago reported by the Grant
Is fiesh and was not there several
months ago, when tho Grant made a
cruise mound that Island.
Cincinnati, Jan. 22. Sensational re
ports were published today of an al
leged shortage In the books of Thco
doic Uraemnr. who resigned last Sun
da as secicturj and treasurer of the
J. & F. Scrotb Packing Company ot
this city. Th estory as first published
alleged that a shortrage of from J1G0,
000 to $100,000. extending over a period
of twent) jears, and declared that
llraemar bail turned over nil ot his
property and chattels In (rust pending
an examination of the books by ex
perts. Ilacmar denied that thcyo was
any defalcation, but admitted that ne
had turned oer $72,000 In personal
property to Harlan Cleveland, his at
torney, and Joseph W. O'llara. uttoi
iney for the J. & F. Scroth Company.
While llraemar talked freely about the
case, the Scroths refused to say any
thing, and the attorneys were also tctl
cent. llraemar Is 4,r years old'aiid lias been
with the Scroths twenty-seven yeais.
most of the time lecelvlng $25 per
week as bookkeeper and In recent jears
twice that much as secretary and treas
urer. The firm did n business of about
$1000 000 a e.ir. which was collected
Ulliara, n Japanese plantation la-
boicr employed at Walpahtt, commit
ted suicide yesterdny forenoon some
time by hanging himself to a infter In
n deserted bouso on tho Government
lead between Wnlpahn and Wnlplo.
l'hg man's snsh was used for thi
pun'ose. Tho nows arrived In town
at about 4 o'clock yesterday nfternooi
In the sliapo of n message to Deputy
Shi rllf Fernandez, wlio was here en
business. The Inquest held dii'in;
tl.c- evening hi ought out the follow Im;
Dlhara was o laborer at Wnlpt'iu
but, on accounl ot continued Illness
Ltd been nblo to work only twj ci
tb-ee days In n month. This state ol
ntrolrs rendered him vory despondent
YcFlerdny morning ho wns seen by sv
eral people to hover about In the vi
cinity of the empty house which was
formerly used by laborers under tho
road department. Ho wns seen as
eaily as 7 o'clock and two hours later,
ho had dlsappeaied. No ono Biispected
At about l-30 o'clock, a number ot
Portuguese went to a place near the
House to play, ami illscovcrod tno body
of tho Japanese hnnglng irom n rafter.
Older people wero summoned and It
was found that tho man was dead. Tho
body must havo been hanging two or
Upon the arrival of tho deputy sher
iff, tho body wns cut down. An nuton
sy revealed undoubted symptoms of
heart disease. Tho man wns about
30 years of ago
The Juiy returned n verdict of
death by suicide nnd the plantation
people bulled tne body.
Judge Humphreys has .ssued nn or
der to Irene II Hullowny. guardian ot
Geoigo II Drown nnd Francis Hyde It
Hi own, minors, to appear In couit and
nnvo with bor tlio minors, nt 10 n in
on February 5. J&02. to show cause II
any sho has. why tho order of the
couit of October 28, 1901, nas not been
compiled with. Tho order in question
wns giving permission to C. A. Iliown,
fnther of tho minors, to visit them nt
co tain times. Tho complaint that tho
mother had refused to comply with tho
order Is set forth in affidavits of C. A.
Iliown and Paul Jarrctt.
SIGHTED A WATCIISI'OUT.
The barkeutlue Planter nrrlved In
port yesterday afternoon after a trip
of 15 day 8 from San Francisco Noth
ing ot Interest happened during tha
trip, with exception of the sighting of
a waterspout. Tho Planter carries as
passengers Mrs. Deas nnd her two
children. The vessel Is now lying nt
the Irmgard whaif where she will dis
charge her cargo of 1200 tons of gen
"1 suppose," said tho nhyslclan. smll
7Jlng and trying to appear witty, while
' I feelllll? thn milRn nf n Imlv imtlnnt "I
suppoBO you consider me an old hum
"Whv, doctor," replied tho ladv, "I
had '.no Idea you could ascertain a
woman's thoughts hv merely feeling
her pulso." Chicago News.
Owing to a breHKdown, the Pacific
Heights cars will be discontinued un
til further notice. A carriage will
leavo at regular Intervals to carry pas
sengers and packages to and from res
idences on the Heights.
C. 8. DESKY.
win 1 1 .ii. m
of 1902 designs in
Nothing in our opinion Is moro elegant, moro serviceable,
more suited to our climate, for HOUSE or EMPIRE DOWNS,
or for DRESSING SACQUE8 than these exquisitely light, yet ex
ceedingly strong, patterns.
Ve call especial attontton to the Persian designs, which
are tho latest conceits of tho French weavers, and which aro
destined to be much shown In th? fashion centres this coming
TWO PRICES ONLY :
The Plain, 50c a yd, The Silk Designs, 90c a yd,
are you ping to the
calico masque ball :
The coming chuilty ball Is going to be a tremendous success.
Men body and bis Bister will bo there so get In line, liie proceeds
go to the Honolulu Kc and Far tnflrmar.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, IN THE DRILL SHED.
Tickets for sale In all the stores, $2.00 each, get your tickets early
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilltnto trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purcnascd or orderod of thorn, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to thoso know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers.
Market & Post 8t., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE 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.
Owing to the change of manage
ment of the Snnltary Steam Laundry
Company. Limited, statements of all
outstanding accounts aro requested at
the earliest opportunity.
205'J 2t Manager
Notice Is hereby given to all mem
hers of the United Chinese Society
that In compliance with the Instruc
tlons of Mr. William II Wright.
Treasurer of tho Territory of Hawaii,
you are hereby requested to attend
at a meeting In tho hall of said United
Chinese Society on Friday, the 3lBt
day or January, 1902, at 0:30 p. m
for tho purpose of electing trustees
nnd olllceis of said society for ensu
lng year. 1.1 CHEUNG,
By older of GOO Ki.M, Vice IMesi
January 30, 1902. 2059-lt
IN THK CIUCL'IT COURT 1-lHST
Cltcuit. Teirltory or Hawaii At
Chambers, In Piobnte In the Mattel
of the Lstate of Yee Chew Fan, lato '
or llonululu, Oaliu Deceased Thci
Petition and Accounts ot the Admlnls-l
tiator or the estate of said deceased,
wheicln he asks that his accounts be i
enmlned and approved, and that n
llnnl older be made of distribution ofl
the pioperty temninlng In his hands
to the persons thereto entitled, and I
illHchniglug him nam all rtirthcr re
sponsibility as such Adminlsttator,
having this day been filed; Notice is
hereby given that Monday, tho 10th
day ot March, A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clock
a. in., at Chambeis in the Court Housu
nt Honolulu, be nnd tho snmo hereby
Is appointed as the time and place for
bearing said Petition and Accounts,
nnd that all persons Interested may
then nnd there appear and show cnuso.
If nny they have, why the same Bhould
not he granted,
Honolulu, Oahu, January 27, 1902,
Ily the Courf
A, G. KAULUKOU.
2u59 Jan. 31; FeD. 7. 14, 21
IN THE CIIICU1T UUU1, FIRST
Clicult, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambeis In Probate In tlfe Matter
of the Estate or Mnila Louisa Iloli
mann late or Honolulu, Oahu Tho
Last Will and Icsmment of said do
ceabed, having been presented to said
Couit, together with a Petition for
the Prouate thereo., and lor tno Issu
ance of Letters Testamentary to Wil
liam O, Smith, having been tiled; No
tice Is hercbv given that Friday, tho
7th day ot March, A. D. 1902, at 10
o'clock a, m , or said day, at me Court
Room ot said Court, nt Honolulu, Oa
hu, bo and the. samo herejy Is ap
pointed the time nnd place for prov
ing said Will and hearing said appli
cation. Honolulu, January 29, 1902.
Ily the Court:
2059 Jan. 31; Feb. 7, 14. 21.
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