Newspaper Page Text
n tf-i - t
-np- """'WGPT'rtT EVENING BULLETIN, nONOLTTLtJ.H. T TUESDAY, FED. 18, 1902. i- FOR RENT $30,00 a month MAKIKI ST. above Wilder Ave, Klvo rooms, sen-tints' house, etc. 35,00 a month Mrs, A, Rosa's house on KING ST. opp. Wnlklkl turn. Parlor, dining room, three bedrooms, etc. 35,00 a month BERETANIA and MILLER ST. next office Dr. Wntcrhoitso two bedrooms, etc. 36,00 a month FORT ST. below Fort St. House. Seven rooms, electric lights, servants' house. Very nice. Henry Waterhouse & Co, S'OCK AND BOND BROK ERS, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Fort and Merchant St. Fraternal Directory. If MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR. MONDAY Eastern Star Stated. TUU8UAV NVUDNIiSDAY Pacific Third Degree. THUU8DAY Honolulu Chapter Regular. I'UIDAY Hawaiian Special. 8ATUHDAV All Tlsltlng members of the or der are cordially Invited to attend meetings of local lodges. HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F. Meets every Monday evening at 7: SO la Harmony Hall, Kim; street. H. McKECHNY, N. 0 E. H. HENDRY, Secretary. All visiting brothers very cordially Invited. ' MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. H. J. OALLAOI1ER, C. C. A. E. MUHfHY. K. R. 8. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every Friday evening at Har mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem hers of Mystic Lodge, No, 2, and visit lng brothers cordially Invited. F. W. DUNN, C.C. ED. C. ALDR1C1I, K. of R. & S. Wo have constantly on band a fine line Of Alaska and Star Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Rubber Hose, Paints and Oils. HAWAIIAN HARDWARECC.Ltd 816 FORT 8T. HONOLULU, H. T, When You Want a Rig RlNO UP THH C-L-U-B LIVERY BOARDING and SALES STABLES, : : : : : 618 fort street Stable 'Phone, 109 Main. Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72 C. H. BELLINA. THEMONEXPRESSCO. Safes, Pianos, Furniture MOVBD Drays lor Freight and Lumber Our representative meets all lncom lng steamers from the Coast, and w check baggago on all outgoing steam White tod Black Sind For Sale Office with Kvenlntf Bulletin, 211 King street Tel S6. W. LMISEH. HVr. A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd. KAWA1AIMO STREET, KEWALO. Tel. White 1221 P. O. Box 552. Sawlnc, Planing, Turning and Mill Work In all Its branches. Lumber - Kiln - Drying a specialty, and In large or small quantities. flUlfl liSiitfj THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY It Loaded Up With GOOD THINGS TO BAT. Scotch Shortbread; Cakes, all slics, prices and styles; Pics, Just llko your mother used to make; Cookies, Maca roons; Lady Fingers; Cream Puffs; and all the dainty styles suitable, lor tho wcll-furnlslicd tabic Tons of Pure Candy, from cheap grado for children, up 1 1 better grades. For COc wo can furnish you a box of Delicious Candles worth a dollar else where. IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY DON'T FOROET NEW ENGLAND BAKERY FOR SALE ! -AT MAKIKI - New two-story house. Elctrlc lights; stablo for 3 horses and car riage. Modern sani tary plumbing. Ce ment sidewalk. Near Electric Car Line. $3,500 B A 8 Y TIIRM6 CASTLE & LANSDALE, ;ofrW7 Stangenwald BIJ BABY CARRIAGES AND GO-CARTS fancy ones but not at fancy prices KOFFSCHLAEGER CO., Ltd. 29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL By having your photo taken. My work Is of the highest quality and priccoreusonublc J. J. Williams, Take elevator In Boston Block. Professional Cards. Madame A. Sclioellkopf, FROM PARI8. WILL TEACH FRENCH n classes or private lessons. Residence Extension of Hotel St., pp. 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, I'hnnographs, Etc., Etc., Repaired. UNION STREET, near Hotel. Phone Blue 721. P, O. box 112. J. W. SCHOENINO. Manager. Subscribers to tho BULLETIN ict receiving their papers promptly vill confer u favor by notifying the Business Offico; Telephone 250. LOCAL AND GENERAL Postage on the Bulletin's special In. dustrlal edition Is three cents to all parts of the Stitec Head "Wants" on page 6. Tho Kllefords are duo here on tho 4th of next month. A cottage Is to let In Cottage Grove. Sec To Let column. Tho band will give a concert on Ma kee Island this evening. No paint Is fire proof but tho VKEH LESS comes nearest to It. Madame Oenevrn Johnstonc-lllshop Is n guest at the Hawaiian. Mrs. Hanna lias located In tho new Oregon block on Union street. J. I). McVeigh has gone up In the mountains for n tVJ weeks' vacation. Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of I. meets tonight In Harmony Hnll, King street. Nicely furnished rooms, Popular House, 1249 Tort St., J1.S0 per week up. Illank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc, manufactured, by the Uullctlu Publish lng Co. The 1902 Club will give Its weekly social and dance In the Elks' hnll Thursday night. An attempt is being made by the lo cal cricketers to get a game with the I'hacton players. Reasonable conveyancing charges nt room 10, Mclntyre building. Sec ad In I!uslnes8 Directory. Tho weekly edition of tho Evening Bulletin gives a complete summary of tho news of tho day. Meet me at the Fountain tho popu lar Ice cream and soda water resort; Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. A list of the newly elected officers nl the Coync-Mchrtcn Furniture Co., Ltd. appears under New Today. Antono I'llares & Co., plumbers nnd tinsmiths nrc prepared to handle your business. See card In Business Direc tory. J, liatchelor of the license depart ment of the Treasury leaves for Knunl this afternoon on his regular tour of Inspection. There will be a meeting of the Malic Illma Athletic Club at the home of R. King, Vineyard street, nt the usual time tonight. W. O. Ashley has resigned ns nunt termnster of the First Regiment. Lieu tenant Moore has been appointed act lng quartermaster. S. Mnhelonn of the nudltlng depart ment, leaves for Kauai In the W. O. Hall this afternoon to while away a two weeks' vacation. The Amateur Orchestra will meet this evening at 7:30 for rehearsal at tho Y. M. C. A. rooms. All members aro urged to be present. Don't forget to go nnd see Sonny Cunha as a "Country Friend" In tho amusing comedy "Lost In the Fog" at tho Opera House this evening. Tho Mnuna l.oa brought the follow ing freight' 7749 bags sugar, S00 bag taro, 25 kpgs butter, 111 lulls bananas, 19 bdls hides, 30 head cattle and pkgs sundries. All the members of the Hooulu nnd Hoola Lahul Society are requested to attend their annual meeting tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock nt tho Knplo lanl Maternity Home. Services commcmoratlvo of Wash ington's birthday anniversary will be held at Central Union church next Sunday. Addresses will be made by Governor Dole, Judge Estec nnd oth ers. Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call fornlt Fruit Market when you want fruit nnd vegetables. He always has on hand a fresh supply of both Califor nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main 378. There will be n meeting of the Wo man's Christian Temperance Union held tills afternoon (TucHilny) In the parlors of Ccntial Union church. It Is to bo a memorial servlco for Miss Frances Wlllard, who died February 17, 1S9S. A horse driven by Mrs. W. M. Kln cald ran away on lleretnnla street yes terday. Mrs. Klncald Jumped out and was fortunately uninjured. The horse kept on going and finally ended up at Its own barn. Tho carriage was but slightly damaged. 4 Circuit Judge Robinson was sere naded by the Catholic Mission band, augmented by several members of tho Hawaiian band, at his home on Punch bowl street, last evening. The boys wcro Invited upstairs to tho Judge's apartments, where n supper was serv ed. Whltehoiuo & Hawxhurst, the Hllo engineers and contractors have secured tho contract for the construction of nine miles of railway for the Punn Su gar Co. This railway will open up the new lands of the company, upon which clearlpg and planting will be begun at once.' Among the arrivals from Maul and Hawaii ports In the Maunu l.oa wcro the following: W. Shoaff. Mrs. J. I. Lino, W. F, Scott, J. Hackfeld. Chas. Day. A. W. Van Valkenburg, J. J. Wil liams, Mrs, John Richardson, John Richardson Jr., Rev. M. E. Sllvn and Wong Kwal. Captain F. D. Walker returned In tho Monna from a stay of several months In British Columbia and the Sound re gion. Business has been disturbed In the western province of the Dominion, tho captain says, by a number of fail ures. He managed to dispose of a thousand bags of Hawaiian coffee. An attempt will be mnile to have Frederick Wardo, the famous tragp dlan, give a lecture on Shakespeare or on some of his plays during his stay In tho city. Mr. Wardo is very popular no a lecturer and has spoken before most of the prominent clubs of New York, Chicago nnd other eastern cities i At a meeting of the fire commis sioners yesterday the sixty days' recess was extended to another month. Com missioner Testa acted as temporary chairman during the absence of Fred Macfnrlnno. Upon reading a letter from flie latter stating that he had been 111 In San Francisco and could not return before March B, It was de cided to extend the recess for thirty days. ATE POISONOUS WEED ID WAS SOON DEAD An Inquest over the death of AokJ, tho Japanese who on Saturday Inst succumbed at tho homo of Stephen Mahaulu, on the Beach road, Walklkl, under rather peculiar circumstances, was held at the police station last night. Tho Jury returned the follow ing verdict! "That the Said Aokl, a male Japan ese, 37 years of age, camo to his death at Walklkl, Honolulu, on tho 15th day of February, from poisoning, said poison having been taken by said Aokl probably by mistake. Wo further find that there Is no reason to believe that said poison was administered to said Aokl by any person other than him self." Tho Jury consisted of W. Savldgc, F. Ooudle, T. II. Pctrle, Chas. Dickson, F. ',. Dortcli, Jno, K. Nakookoa, Dr. Shorcy, government chemist, stated that he had examined tho stomach of the deceased nnd found thnt death had been cnuscd by stra monium poisoning. From the con tents of tho Intestines particles wore separated. Identical In appearance to those of Datum Stramonium, a weed common In these Islands. Mary Paahao stated that deceased was an employe of Stephen Mahnuta, that on Friday night laBt, bIic. her hus band, Mnhaula nnd others were In tho parlor of tho house. At about 9 o'clock Aokl asked to go to bed. At about 1 o'clock In the morning, there was a peculiar nolso heard In Aokl's room and somo of the people In tho house went to sco what was the mat ter. It was found that the Japanese was dead. Both Drs. Oarvln and Wn tcrhouse were notified of the occur rence but they refused to attend the case. SuJI, a Japanese, said that Aokl wai 37 years of age. He had a wife In Ja pan. Not long ago he had a dispute with n Chinaman who was working with him but no blows were struck. , There wns not one bit of evidence adduced to show how the deceased had come In eat the weed that had caused his death so thnt the mystery is as deep ns ever. T. S. Seymour, a half brother of tho late Edwin O. Hnll, died in Cuthbert, Qa., January 4, at tho ago of 74. De ceased visited Honolulu In 18G1 nnd re mained hero several years, entering Into business with his brother. He had the active management of the business of E. O. Hall when It was first started nt the corner of Fort nnd King streets. Mr. Hnll was himself editing the Poly nesian for tho Hawaiian government. Mr. Seymour on leaving tho Islands, went to New York where he engaged In business for a short time. Next he went and settled at Hudson, Wis. where lit was tho editor of a newspa per for several years. Leaving this place, he went to Milford, la., where ho and his brother-in-law engaged In tho work of developing the water power on the outlet of the Okobojl locks, erect ing there a grist and saw mill. Later, he became Interested la the First Na tional bank of Milford and was one of its directors at tho time of his death, For a number of years deceased had been ailing anil wns In the habit of spending his winters In Cuthbert. On., In company with his wife. Deceased was nn uncle of W. W, Hall and Mrs. P. C. Jones with whom ho has ever kept In close touch through corres pondence. RALPH STRONG DEAD Ralph Strong, a Pacific Coast news paper man who visited Honolulu at tho time of the annexation of these Islands by the United States, died sud denly about two weeks ago In a Los Angeles hospital. Mr, Strong had suf fered for soino time from an affection of one enr which caused deafness. Ho went to the hospital to be operated upon for relief, hut an abscess In the inner enr wns found by the doctors and It burst, resulting In tho young man's quick death. During his visit here, Ralph Strong mndc many warm friends. Lately ho has been working on the lit raid In Los Angeles when his mother paid him a long visit, com ing nil the way from New York to see her favorite son. Mnl.ce Island Concept. The band will play tho following se lections nt a concert on Makeo Island this evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock- ! PART I. Overture Light Cavalry Supp Piece Cliarnrterlstlc Adalgo's Woo. , lng KretBchmcr Selection Hello of Bohemia (by request i Englandcr Bongs (a) My Adeline. (b) The Urny nnd the Blue. Miss I. Kelllna. (v) Mario Louise, til) Cora, PART It. Mrs. N. Alapal. Cornet Solo Sea Flower .. Rolllnson Selection A Runaway Girl (by re- quest) Monckton Waits Tender Kisses Waldteufcl Quick Polka Pollnchlnclle. .Falirbach The Star Spangl-il Banner. ART LtlAGUU AT IIOMIi. Bv lequefct. tho commltteo of the Literary Olrclo of the Kllohnua Art League has postponed tho at homo which was to havo been given on Sat urday. February 22, until Saturday. March 1 at It p. m., since the last Sat urday In tills month comes on a holi day. If It proves more desirable, tho evenings may be chosen In the future fur the nt homes of tho Art League. TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY Take Lnxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablet Ml druggists refund the money if It 'alls to cure. E. W. Orove's signature 's on each box. 25 cents. The Bulletin, 75 cents per month. T. I fflfl) DEAD iiiiiiVMSViBiiHkliTAh GWilleg- Buffet s"'s Milwaukee Beer The newest brew of the old brewery a social delight. Bottled at the Drtwtry. FRED MILLER BREWING CO., Mllotukee, Wit. Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd. King Street, near Bethel. Ornamental Climbers V DUTCHMAN'S PIPE A rapid growing climber, with very curious flowers resembling a pipe... 10c BALLOON VINE A hnndsomo climber, with Inflated capsules llko a balloon Ee NASTURTIUMS A hardy climber, well adapt ed for tho Islands; blos soms appear In various and showy colors .... 6c BLACK-EYED SUSAN Very ornamentnl, rapid grower; flno for arbors.. 5c HYACINTH BEAN8 A trench bean with beauti ful clusters of purplo and white flowers 6c JAPANE8E JOY An Introduction from Japan; It grows rapidly llko "Vir ginia Creeper," clinging firmly to any wall or tree.. 10c CLEMATI8 A handsome climber for an arbor or lanal 10c MORNINQ GLORY A beautiful climber, with brilliant and varied color ed flowers 5c SWEET HEA8 Beautiful, fragrant, frco flowering plants, grown very successfully by many but not by all 10c HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY FORT STREET. At the Dinner Table A Diluter for Wine STILL wines aro mado spark ling when mixed with " " " white rock water They nro. In this way, given a zest nnd life, uncqualed except by tho best champagno. Tho diner out or tho gentleman who must entertain much, at his club, will do well to nolo 'that tho ta ble will bo supplied with this water. It Is given a prominent placo on tho wlno list of tho most oxcluslvo clubs in America, and haB been honored by Presi dential approval when served at tho Inaugural Ball Banquet In Washington. Tho palato of epi cures Is gratified to tho utmost by WHITE ROCK WATER. flOSLER SAFES test Insurance In tho World HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD. r.. 2S7 Main. 176 King 8treet. Beaver Lunch Rooms Port 8t., bet. Queen and Merchant Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Served. Everything first-class. Complete line Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayt on baud. H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor, BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night watchmen furnished for build ings, business property and rcsldencos. Builders will do well to consult Bow prs In regard to watchmen. Office and Residence, School Street P. O. Box 284; Tel. White 3691. The valentine left at his door Drought happiness and cheer It camo within a case and was A case of PRIMO BEER. Everyone enjoys it and tho brain and musclo-bulldlng properties aro fast making primo lager a household necessity. It you would hnvo a healthful, puro beverage, order a enso from tho brewery. TEL. MAIN 341. Metropolitan Meat Co., LIMITED. 1 Fresh Meats and Pish 'P by Every Steamer From the Coast that has Cold Storage. Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton. fl Lamb and 'Pork always on hand. Also Poultry, Salmon and The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45. FOR 6ALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379. Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104. C. J. DAY fr CO. GROCERIES 122 King St., next to Bulletin Office. Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co. ROOMS jo8, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING. P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70 All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction; Plana and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda tions, Piers, Wharves, etc Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports M Properties for Investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEQ, M. AM. Soc O. ., Engineer and Manager. W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer. JUST RECEIVED PER GERMAN GERMANIA and CLOVER LEAF also IRON MATERIAL FOR RAILROAD CARS for 30-inch track. For sale in quantities to suit, at lowest market prices by H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO.,. Ltd. 1170 River Street. Bet. Beretanla and Pauafal. Tel. Blue 041. P. O. Box 078. Jabber Tires pat oa in Satis factory Manner. Attorneys. F. J. Russell H. M. Watson RUSSELL & WATSON, ATTORNEYS AND COUN8ELLORS-AT-LAW. Offices Magoon OulldlnQ. 2004-lm 'Phone Main 328. W. Austin Whiting, W. J. Robinson, LAW OFFICES itemr-ed to Room 306, Jndd Building- J. M. KANEAKUA, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A LAW, NOTARY PUDLK Jffleo Dethel 8t., Near the Postofflce. HART & CO., (LIMITED) ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Fine Ice Creams and Water Icii, Chocolate and Confections. The Finest Resort In the City. Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails. Woman's Exchange! has removed to tho Arlington Block, Hotel Street, In tho storo formorly occupied by H. W. Foster. Halibut. SHIP "MARIE HACKFELD' CEMENT MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Carriages, Wagons aid TmCkS. Repair Work a Specialty All orders promptly attended to. Only competent help employed. ICE H1ANUFACTURED FROM PURE DISTILLED WATER. : : : : Delivered to any part of city by courteous drivers. Oahn Ice and Electric Co KEWALO. TELEPHONE DLUE 3151. HOFFflAN & riARKIIAn. Waialua Beach Hotel A. WENNEfy Manager. Now Open for Business. Fin est of Accommodation. Finest of B'atnlng. Be Sure to Get Off at Waialua Station. RATES $2.50 per day; Special "Rates by Week or Month. For further Information ad dress HALEIWA POSTOFFICE. W. C. Achi & Co. BROKER8 AND DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE We Will Tluv or (tell final Fot( In all parts of the group. We will Se)J Properties on Reason able Commissions. OFFICE 10 WE8T KIND STREET. 1 eisjBsu,'..