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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, IT. T., THUnSDAY. FED. 6, l902.
, "'flFl'W'HVr't " Five New Houses low priced on easy terms We should be pleased to show them to you nml quote you oup prices nnd terms. t I i t TIIL'lli LOCATIONS ARE Wilder Aye, and Kewaio Sis. Keeaumoku and Klnau Sts. Lunalilo St., - furnished Piikoi and Young St. -Beretanla and Punahou Sis. - Henry Waterhouse & Go. Tel. Mil In 113. PORT AND MERCHANT. Fraternal Directory. MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR. AIO.NDAV Hawaiian Stated Meeting. TUB8UAV WUDMISDAY Honolulu Chapter Mark Mat ter. THUHSUAV Roll Croix Regular. PUIDAV Hawaiian First Degree. 8ATUKDAV Commandery Order of Tern- Ple All vIsltlDg members of the or der axe cordially Invited to attend meetings ot local lodges. HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F. Meets every Monday ovenlng at 7. SO In Harmony Hall, King street. 11 McKECIINV, N O. E. II. HENDIIY, bocrelary. All visiting brothers very cordially Uvlted. MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 'clock In Harmony Hall, King street. Visiting brothers cordially Invited o attend. H. J. GALLAGHER, C. C. A. E. MUHPHY. K. R. 8. OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. ot P. Meets every Friday evening at liar nony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2. and jjslt Ing brothers cordially Invited. o. ericson, c. c. ALtltED AIIENDT, K. of R. and S. nOSLER SAFES Best Insurance In the World HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD, Tel. 287 Main. 176 King Street LOTS FOR SALE In Knplolnnl Park Addition and In Kallhi. - - - - DAVID DAYTON 137 MERCHANi STREET. Public Typewriting by Miss L. K. Dayton A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd. KAWAIAHHO street, KEWALO. Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box 55. Sawing, Planing, Turning and Mill Work In all Its branches. Lumber - Kiln - Drying a specialty, and In large or small quantities. Honolulu Iron Works. Improved and modern SUOAR MA CHINERY ot every capacity and de scription made to order. Boiler work tnd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation purpose a specialty. Particular atten tlon paid' to JOB WORK, and repaln executed at shortest notice. COTTON BROS. & CO ENOINEERS AND : i : GENERAL CONTRACTORS Pitnt aae tUat (urnliht i tot All cUsmi Gostfictlnr work. ROOM y, BOSTON BLOCK, HONOlUll1 Dm. .an fn Ih. nnlltln'. anprlal tn duitrlal edition Is three cents to all parts or the states. THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY Is Loaded Up With GOOD THINGS TO HAT. Scotch Shortbread: Cakes, all bIzcs, prlcos nnd styles; I'les, Just like jour mother used to make; Cookies, Maca roons; Lady ringers, cream run; nnd all tho dainty styles suitable, lor tho well furnished table. Tons of Puxo Candy, from cheap grade for children, up t J better grades For 50c we can furnish jou a box of Delicious Candles worth a dollar else where. IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY DONT FORQET NEW ENGLAND BAKERY FOR SALE ! -AT MAKIKI - New tuostor) house. Eletrlr lights: stablo for 3 horses and car riage. Modern sani tary plumbing Ce ment sidewalk. Near Electric Car Line. $3,500 EASY TERMS LANSDALE, & CASTLE W6-507 StaligenwnlJ Bid THE RIGHT WAY TO PROMOTE TEMPERANCE In tfio first placo do not resort U compulsion when you desire to be suc cessful In jour crusade against dilnk. nnd do not expect tho mnjoilty of peo ple to follow jour standard of temper ance, If they aro expected to gle up nil their old Labile, and lUc for the rest of their llfo under some great re stralnt. Suth means are only resort ed to by parties who lime ery -little expcrlenc- of human nature, and who aro mora fanatics than good preachers of temperance, as they fall to bo tem perate In their own course and thereby do more harm than good. If a man Is addicted to taking more than Is good for him, see that what he drinks is of the best quality only, and then gradu ally make him aware of the great amount of alcohol that he Is Imbibing. Induce htm to try some mild beverage. such as Miller's "Duffet" Deer for In stance, and which In two quart bot tles does not even contain as much nlcohol as two ordinary drinks of flln hold. It n man Is once used to drink ing tho Uuttet lleer he will never re sort to strong drinks again, but, In order to bo able to successfully preach temperance, one must bo ablo to tako the "Iluffet" Deer, or other drinks In modciatlon himself. No ono can bC' come a successful advocate of temper ance, unless he himself Is proof against Intemperance nnd has been tried nnd found worth) ot being trusted by his less fortunate brethren. For further Information apply (o HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO., LTD. The Pioneer Wine &. Liquor House. 25 King Street, near Bethel. BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL By hnvln your photo taken. My work Is ot the highest quality anil prices reasonable J. J. Williams, Take elevator In Boston Block. Professional Cards. Madame A. Sclioellkopf, FROM PARIS. WILL TEACH FRENCH In classes or private lessons. Residence Extension ot Hotel St, jpp, Adventlst Church. French Laundry 505, Corner of Beretanla Ave. and Punch bowl St. All Work Done By Hand. Lace Curtains, Silk: and Glove Cleaning a specialty. AIIADIE & CO. Motor, Carriage and Machine COMPANY. REPAIR AND BUILD ALL KINDS OF : : MACHINERY Safe Work of All Kinds. Typewriter, 1'honographi, Etc., Etc., Repaired, UNION 8TREET, near Hotel. Phone Blue 721. P. 0. box 112. J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager. LOCAL AND GENERAL Postage on the Bulletin's special In dustrial edition Is three cents to all parts of the Statec. Read "Wants" on page 6. V. 0. II j man Is back from Kauai. Q. II. Dcrrey's offlco, 8 Cpmpbell bid. Krnnrls Oay. of Kauai, Is In the city. Choice eggs for setting. See For Sale column. A notlrc to n thief nppears under New Today. See page 8. " Or HutcMiiPon has gone to Kuunl for u short business trip. Castle & Lnnsdalc have n new house in Maklkl tor sale. Sec ad. A five room cottage off Wnlklkl road Is for rent. See To Let column. Gomes & McTlghc, successors tn Ca- mara & Co., liquor dealers, 95 King st, Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Publish. Ing Co. Metal painted with PEERLflrfjl PRESERVING PAINT will not ins or corrode The Catholic Ladies' Aid Society will meet nt the club rooms ut 3 in. tomorrow. The weekly edition of the Evening Bulletin gives a complete rummary of the news of tho day. The band will give n concert In Thomas Square this evening, begin ning at 7 30 o'clock. Meet me nt the Fountain the popu lar Ice cream and soda water resort; Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd. Dr. Walters was up ami about the house yestcrdny for the first time. Ill and .Mrs. Walters arc expecting to leave Boon on n two j ears' trip abroad. M Sekomoto has a new line of golf shirts, pongee for suiting, nnd general fiirnishlnga direct from Japan. Sea ad In this issue. Cnptaln nnd Mis. Shiker left In the Alameda yesterday on their way to Fortress Monroe, Va. There were a large number of people on thi; wharf to gee them on. The last chorus and orchestra re heursal for Handel's "Meslali" will bo held tonight nt 7 30, In Paunhl Hall, Oahu College, All members arc re quested to be present. The Honolulu Bowling Parlors niu becoming very popular, and deservedly so The management Is determined to (ondutt the parlors bo that gentlemen can enjoy an hour of good, clear sport Don't forget Camnrlnos ot the Cali fornia Fruit Market v. lien you want fruit nnd vegetables. He always has on hand a fresl: supply of both Califor nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main 378. .Mrs Waller I Frcar will give n lec ture at the Young Women's Clulstlaii Association this afternoon nt 4 o'clock. Her subject will be "Emerson; His Life. Personality. Time and Contem poraries." II, A. t At a meeting of the Honolulu Ath letic Club held last night, the follow ing trustees were elected for the en suing year: C. F. Schcmmerhorn, C. F. Chllllng worth, W. P. Barry, Pat Glenson, S., K. Marsh, James Thompson, Francis Ewlng, John Wise, W. C. Crook Jr., Charles Cooper. The Malle-Ilima Athletic Association Is planning to give a big dance on tho eve of Washington's blrthduj. At the regular monthly meeting of the board of 'directors of the Mallc Illmj Athletic Association, held lust evening at the home of It. 1). King the president, the following applica tions for membership were posted. Eric J. Gay, Bert Newton, John Ven helzen, F. 0. llojer, W. I) Holt. W. (1. Wilson, W. F, Dunne, Ake Harris and Walter Dulsenberg. U W. Lucas leslgncd ns financial secretury and S. A. Crook was appoint ed in his place. II, I.uhlsen was ap pointed recording secretary, vice S. A Crook. A committee consisting ot J. J. Del scr (chairman), Sam Chllllngwnrth Jr., and S. A. Crook, was appointed to meet a committee ot the II. A. C. for the purpose of setting a date In the near future for a general meeting to perfect an amateur athletic union In the Islands. The club passed a resolution of thanks to the Kaplolanl Estate, Ltd , for the use ot the hall on Knahumanu street as the club's headquniteis dur ing the past year. 1- BASKUTdALL CIIALLIiNSB. The follow Ing challenge to nnj base all team or teams of the cltj has beeu sent out by the manager of the Malle Illma team. Honolulu, Feb. 0, 1902. I, on behalf of tho Mullo Ulma Ath letic Club basketball team, do hereby challenge any team or teams for the 1902 championship of this city; sucb games to be plnjed bcfoic March 1, 1902. This challengo will be open for ac ceptance for two weeks from date, and acceptance after such date, will not be considered by this club, OEOUQE W. Ll'CAS. Manager of tho Malle-Illmn Athletic Club Basketball Team, champions 1900-1901. CENTRAL UNION SOCIAL. The Ladles' Society of Central I'nlon chinch will give a social In the Sunday school rooms this (Thursday) evening, at 7 30 o'clock. Tho following haq been arranged: Sketch of Grelg Mrs Kinney Piano "I'aplllons" rUuttci flies Grelg) Miss Kinney. Songs (a) "I Love You," (b) "For est Wanderings" (Grelg), Mis How ard. Violin nnd Piano (a) "Ansa's I)eath'"y (b) "Solvclg's Song," (c) "Cradle Song" (from Orelg's "Peer Gynt"), Miss Kinney and Miss Castle. Song "Protestations' (Norrls), Mrs Howard. Violin obllgato by Br. Smith. MH H WIRELESS 1NYENT0R SPOKEN WITH AT SEA Prompt Answers Received from Steam er Which Was One Hund red and Twenty Miles Distant. Covvles, Isle of Wight, Jan 2D Tho first wireless Interview from steam ship ot shore ever held hcru took place today between the London cor respondent of tho San Francisco Ex aminer nnd Marconi on the steamship Philadelphia. The Philadelphia' pass ed llnist Castle nt midnight. When eighty miles oif shorn The Examiner correspondent wlrelossly asked Mr. Marconi from tho Marconi wireless telegraph station Almost Instantly the nnswer came "Cant snj. Hope twill be months, not j'ears." The first wireless message found the Philadelphia 120 miles awny. For ten hours afterward the ship was In con stant communication with tho Bhore. Tho best previous record was bcvcji hours. The Examiner then (lashed this query over sea to Marconi: "When do jou expect to begin tho transmission of commercial Marconi grams?" Marconi to the Examiner: "Very soon, I hope " The Exnmlncr to Marconi: "Arc your diltlctiltlcs with cable, companies over?" Mnreonl to The Hxnmlucr: "The only dllllciilty was at Newfoundland. I had 110 difficulty In the United stntes or Canada " The Examiner to Marconi: "Have tho cable Blocks recoveied from the shock from the transmission of jour first tians-Atlantk- message?" Marconi to '1 ne Exnmlncr '"I don't know as to that.' FOR li'iSI MONTH Scventj -seven deaths arc reported In Honolulu tor the month of January by the Board of Health. By nationalities they wpic thus di vided: Hawaiian 31, Chinese 12, Por tuguese 9. Japanese 13, British J, Unit ed States 3, others -1. General details are: non-resident! 2, post mortem examinations, 13; deaths Investigated, 4, still births, I; coroners' Inquests, 3. Population of Honolulu, official cen sus 1900, 39,306. Total deaths from all causes, 77. Monthly death rate per 1000 of pop ulation, 1.93. Marriages reported. ."). Births reported, 70. Causes of death are thus sunimnilz cd: Febrile, C; diarrhoea!, ,S; dietetic, fi; constitutional, 8; reproductive, 1; ace 'dent and violence, 3, Lomlclct, 1, suicide, 3, nervous, ; circulator-, 7; respiratory, 10; digestive. 10, uri nary, 3. The meat and fish Inspectors lepmi. Animals examined, 99G; carca-uoi con demned, 2; tubercular cattle destroyed. 1; linked livers, 1 ; llsli examined, 213.S88, and condemned, 130 . PLUMBING BILL RECOVERED. Judge Humphreys ami a Jut., neard the case of Gehring & Hutzko a. I.ej Clin jCBtcrday afternoo-i. riil.f vjs a suit for a plumbing ,-uciiiu and the Jury letuined n verdict 101 the full amount. (210 02, with interest at six per cent. The following Jury heard the ease- J T. McGiew. John II i)rew, Fred Goodie, F. L Dot till, II. E. Gares, D. Hopull, Jus Sims, A, W. Juild, II. H. Simpson. W. It Oisalu Jr.. Chas. S. Spencer nnd A. Gallic). One of tho largest electrical con corns of Germany has for tho past threo years been experimenting with a system of purifying water by means of ozone. Experience gained during this time has demonstrated that such a system Is eminently successful, tliu only question being Its commercial pos siniiities. Tho cost or Heating ono cubic meter, or about thirty flvo cublo feet of water, however. Is only 1 1-1 cents. In the Bj'stcm experimented with the water Is first cleansed by n quick filter, the object being to r move the suspended dirt. This water Is then passed thiough bilek towers, filled with gravel. During Its percoln tlon through the gravel it Is subjected to the action of the ozone, which is al lowed to enter at tho bottom of tho bilcU tower, the water flowing in from tho top Bactorlologlcally con slderod, the Bjstem Is a pronounced success, as In every ease the germs present hno been reduced to fnr lie low tho number permissible In prac tice, nnmely, 100 germs per cubic cen tlmeter. Where tho raw water con tained as many as 100,000 to 600,000 germs per cubic centlmctor. It was sometimes completely steilllze and In nil eases the germs were rednced tn from two to nine per cubic centimeter. Dr. Theodoro Herzl. leader of the great Zionist movement tor tho res toration of the Jews tn Palestine, Is now In Swltzeilaml presiding over tho International Zionist Congress In ses sion at Basle, Dr. Herzl lias devoted his entire life to this high purpose, In which he has Interested the world's 1 lehest Jews, nnil bids talr to succeed This modern Moses Is n clever literary man anil an excellent dramatist. Ho lives In Vienna, and gives all ot his Income to tho work which he has madii tho purpose of his lite. From tho Heports of the dealers In this city, wo think no proprletjty medicine has n larger sale than PAIN KILLER. Its vnlunblfl properties as a speedy cure for pain can not fill to be gcnerully appreciated, in rnso of acci dent, or sudden attack of dysentery, diarrhoea, cholera moibus Montreal Star. Avoid substitutes, there Is hut ono Pain-Killer, Perry Davis. Price 25c and 50c. The Bulletin, 75 cents per month. YesIsir! HAVEYrS QM -'-'"The Beit" Milwaukee BEER Our patrons ap preciate its high quality. Bottled at the Brewery. FRED MILLER BREWING CO, MilKlliket, Wit. Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd. King Street, near Bethel. ORNAMENTAL CLIMBERS DUTCHMAN'S PIPE A rapid growing climber, with ery curious llowors resembling a plpu....10c DALLOON VINE A handsome climber, with inllated capsules like a balloon Sc NASTURTIUMS A hardy climber, well adapt ed for the Islands; blos soms nppcar In various and showy colors .... Sc BLACK-EYED SJSAN Very ornamental, rapid grower; line for arbors.. 5c HYACINTH DEAN8 A rreneh benn with beauti ful clusters of purplo and white flowers Sc JAPANESE JOY An Introduction front Japan; It grows rapidly llko "Vir ginia Creeper," clinging firmly to any wall or tree.. 10c CLEMATIS A hnndsome climber for an arbor or lanal 10c MORNING GLORY A beautiful climber, with brilliant nnd varied color ed flowers Sc SWEET PEAS Beautiful, fragrant, freo flowering plants, grown vcrj' successfully by many but not by nil 10c HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY FORT STREET. Wo liavo constantly on band a flno lino of -Alaska and Star Refrigerators, -Ice Boxes, Stoves, Rubber Hose, -Paints and Oils. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., Ltd 816 FORT ST. HONOLULU, H. T. When You Want a Rig RING UP TUB LIVERY BOARDING and SALES STABLES, : : : : : I18 fort street Btable 'Phono, 109 Main. Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72. C. H. DELLINA. THEUNIONEXPRESSCO. Safes, Pianos, Furniture MOVED Drays for Freight and Lumber Our representative meets all Incom ing steamers from the Coast, and irs check baggage on all outgoing steam rs. Wblle and Black Sand For Salt Office with Evening Bulletin, XII Klpg street Tel. 86. " ' W. LARSuH, HV'r. W. C. Achi & Co. BROKERS AND DEALER8 IN REAL ESTATE We will Buy or Bell Real Estate In all parts ot the group. We will Sell Properties on Reason able Commissions. OFFICE 10 WE8T KINO 8TREET. is I r Tp IsH sssMV "The lives of all great men remind us Wo can make our IIVcs attblimo" Just by doing as they all do Drinking Prlmo all tho time. primo lager Is made by tho latest scientific processes nnd Is absolutely pure. As a bovcrago and for health atid muscle, building there Is none to equal It. Order from Brewery; TELEPHONE MAIN 341. Metropolitan Meat Co., LIMITED. fan Fresh Meats and Fish i by Every Steamer From the Coast that has Cold Storage. Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton. (JV Lamb and Pork always on hand. Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut. FOR SALE AT Central PORTABLE TRACK COMPLETE 30 inch Gauge 14 lbs Rails 36 Inch Gauge 20 lbs Rails Pop sale In quantities to suit by I- - l- t- H. Hackfeld & Co., Limited C. J. DAY & CO. GROCERIES 122 Ring St., next Hawaiian Engineering and Gonstrnction Go. ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING. P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70 All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constructions Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin tended, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drldges, Buildings, Highways, Founda tions, Piers, Wharves, etc. Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports M Properties for Investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEQ, SL AM. Soc O. ., Engineer and Manager. W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer. OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd. 1170 River Street. Bet. Beretanla and Pauahl. Tel. Blue 841. P. O. Box 0T8. Rubber Tires pat on in Satis factory Manner. Attorneys. P. J. Russell E. M. Watson RUSSELL & WATSON, ATTORNEYS AND COUN8ELLOR8-AT-LAW. Offices Magoon Dulldlng. 200Mm 'Phone Main 328. W. Austin Whiting, W. J. Robinson, LAW 0PPICE6 Remr-ed to Room 306, Judd Building J. M. KANEAKUA, ATTORNEY AND , COUNSELLOR AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC Office Bethel 8t, Near the Postofflee. HART & CO., (LIMITED) HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Fine Ice Creams and Water Icjs, Chocolate and Confections. The Finest Resort In the City. Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails. Woman's Exchange lina removed to tho Arlington Block, Hotel Street, In tho store formerly occupied by II. W. Foster. Get your orders In for the special Industrial edition. The second edition Is now ready for distribution. Price 25 cents. The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45. The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 370. Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104. to Bulletin Office. MANUFACTURERS OP Fine Carriages, Wagons and TmCkS. Repair Work a Specialty All orders promptly attended to. Only competent help employed. ICE MANUFACTURED FROM PURE DISTILLED WATER. : : : : Delivered to any part of ' city by courteous drivers. Oahn Ice and Electric- Co ' KEWALO. TELEPHONE BLUE 3151. HOFFHAN & HARKHAH. - Beaver Lunch Rooms Port St., bet. Queen and Merchant Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Served. Everything first-class. Completo line Key West and Domestic Cigars always on hand. H.J, NOLTE, - Proprietor, Waialua Beach Hotel CIIAH. DAVID, Manager Now Open tor Business. Finest of Accommodation. Finest ot Untiling. 1 1 t Be Sure to Get Oil at t 1 till Waialua Station RATE8-82.50 per day; Special Rates by Week or Month. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 For further Information address : IIALBIWA P. O. The weekly edition of the Evening uuiiciin is me largest ana nest pub' tlshed In the Territory. Sixteen and twenty pages. $1 a year. 7 (