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KVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU. 11. T THURSDAY, FED. 20, 1902. FOR RENT $30,00 a month MAKIKI 8T. nbovo Wilder Ac TIo rooms, servants' house, etc 35,00 a month Mrs A. Hosa's house on KING ST. opp. Wnlklkt turn. I'nrlor, dining room, threo hedrooms, etc. 35,00 a month DERETANIA and MILLER 8T. next olllco Dr Wntcrhouso two bedrooms, etc. 36,00 a month FORT ST. below Tort St House. Soven rooms, electric lights, sor nuts' house. Very nice. Henry Waterhouse & Go, STOCK AND BOND BROK ERS, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Fort and Merchant Sts. Fraternal Directory. MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR. AIO.NDAV Eastern Star Stated. TUUSUAY WI3LUSDAY Pacific Third Degree. THURSDAY Honolulu Chapter Regular. FRIDAY Hawaiian Special. SATURDAY All visiting members ot the or der axe cordially Invited to attend meetings ot local lodges. HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F. Meets every Monday oenlng at 7:30 In Harmony Hall. King street. 11. McKCCHNY, N. Q. E. It. HEND11Y, accrclary. All visiting brothers very cordially iBTlted. i ' MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P. Meets every Tuesday evnlng at 7:30 'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street. Visiting brothers cordially Invited o attend. H. J. GALLAGHER, C. O. A. E. MUHl'HY. K. R. S. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every Friday evening at Har mony Hall, King street, nt 7-30'. Mem bers of Mstlc Lodge, No. 2, and visit ing brothers cordially InWted. V W. DUNN. CC. ED. C. ALDIUCH, K. ot R. & S. Wo have constantly on band a flno lino of Alaska and Star Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Rubber Hose, Paints and Oils. HAWAIIAN HARDWARECOLtd 816 FORT ST. HONOLULU, H. T. When You Want a Rig ring up thh LIVERY BOARDING and SALES STABLES, j : : : : sis fort street Btable 'Phone, 109 Main. Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72 C. H. DELLINA. THEMONEXPRESSGO. Safes, Pianos, Furniture MOVED Drays for Freight and Lumber Our representative meets all Incom lng steamers from the Coast, and w chock baggage on all outgoing steam rs. White and Black Sand For Sale Office with Evening Bulletin, 21( King street Te) BO. W. LARSRN. M'K'r A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd. KAWAIAHrtO STREET, KEJYALO. Ttl. White 1221 P. O. Box 55 Sawing. Planing, Turning and Mill Work In all Its branches. Lumber - Kiln - Drying a specialty, and In la-ge or small quantities. $',- iii'ii Intrant sni't' TsTTfl llll THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY U Loaded Up With GOOD THINGS TO HAT. Scotch Shortbread, Cakes, all sizes, prices and styles, Pics, Just llko your mother used to make, Cookies, Maca- rOOUS, 1.UUJT 1 MlbtIB, V..CU. . uud. and all the dainty Btylcs sultablo lor tuo well furnished tabic. Tons of Puro Candy, from cheap crmlo for children, uu tJ better (trades. I For 60c w o enn furnish you a box of Delicious Candies worth a uonar else where. IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY DONT FORGET NEW ENGLAND BAKERY FOR SALE ! -AT MAKIKI - Now two story house. Eletrlc lights; Etablo for 3 horses and car riage. Modern sani tary plumbing. Ce ment sldcnalk. Near Electric Car Line. $3,500 EASY T 11 RMS CASTLE & LANSDALE, 506-507 Stanctnu aid Bid BABY CARRIAGES AND GO-CARTS fancy ones but not at fancy prices a HOFFSCHLAEGER CO., Ltd, 29 KING ST NEAR BETHEL I BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL By having your photo taken. My work Ib ot the highest quality and prices reasonable J. J. Williams, Take elevator In Iloston Block. Professional Cards. Madame A. Schoellkopf, FROM PARIS. WILL TEACH FRENCH n classes or private lessons. Residence Extension of Hotel St, opp. 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 O CO. Motor, Carriage and Machine COMPANY. REPAIR AND BUILD ALL KINDS OF : : MACHINERY Sate Work of All Kinds. Typewriter, Phonographs, Etc., Etc., Repaired. UNION 8TF1EET, near Hotel. Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112. J. W. 8CHOENINO, Manager. Sulfccribers to tho BULLETIN not receiving their papers promptly will confer n favor l,y notifying tho Business Oflico; Telephone 250. LOCAL AND GENERAL Postage on the Bulletin's special In. duitrlal edition Is three cents to nil parts of the Statec Read "Wants" on pago 6. The PEERLESS Is the only watei proof paint made. Drink l'rlmo lager nnd hae n beer of nbsolutc purlt) Jnred Smith should be homo from Maul on Snturdn next. A cottage on Vlnojnrd street Is to let. See To Let column. rurnlturc for eight room cottage Is for s.llc Sec Clawlflcd ads. New parlors of Mrs. Hanna In the Oregon block, I'nlon street. Nicely furnished rooms, Popular House, 1249 Tort St., $1.50 per week up. domes L McTlghc, successors to Ca rrara & Co , liquor dealers, 93 King st. The regular weekly dance of the 1902 Club takes place In the Elks' hall to night. Corns and Ingrowing nails removed without pain by Dr. Uogle, Arlington block. lllank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc. manufactuird by the llullctln Publish ing Co. Governor Dole and Secntnrj Cooper were at the bowling nlley jestcrdny morning. The handsome main entrance doors to the llaikfcld building hae Just been put In Call nt Lowers &. Cooke's for hnnd eumely Illustrated catalogue of hard wood flooring. Tomorrow nt noon Morgan will sell n consignment of California hay nnd bricks at auction. Tho weekly edition of the Evening Llullctln ghes a complete summary of tho news of the day. Stecrngo passengers per S. S Ala meda cannot be booked after today. Read notice on page 7. Meet mo at tho Fountain the popu lar Ice cream and soda water resort; Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd. The band will give a concert on tho grounds of the Hawaiian hotel this evening, beginning nt 7 30 o'clock Charles Moltono, formerly of Mer chant street, has reopened his shnvlng parlor on King street, opposite. Young building. At 10 o'clock tomorrow morning the sale of a fine lot of koa and kou furni ture will tnko place at Morgan's auc tion rooms, Queen street. Tho grocery stores of Hcnrj May it Co. will be closed nt noon on Saturday 1'cbruary 22. Patrons should get their Sunday orders In before that time. Morgan wilt sell by miction Turkish and Persian rugs on Monday and Tuesday ot next week at his auction rooms at 10 o'clock In the morning. Rcorge lions of Walluku entertain ed the following at dinner at the Mo mm hotel last evening: Dr. Raymond, It. U. Ilerg. Arthur Wilder and C T. Hoi low ay Mr and Mrs P N I.lllentlial and the members of their Immediate party were the guests of Mr nnd Mrs M S. Grlnbaum nt a dinner glcn Inst even ing nt tho Moana hotel. Don't forget Cainarlnos of the Call fornlt Fruit Market when you want fruit nnd vegetables. Ho nlwnjs has on hand a fresh supply ot both Califor nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main 378. The annual meeting of the Hospital Flower Association will be held to morrow afternoon at the Y. M. C A parlors The meeting has been fixed for 3 o'clock as It Is desired to have a full attendance. The following officers, have been ap pointed by Colonel Jones ns a bo.ird to conduct tho examinations of non-com- mlssloned oirtters F A. Smith, first lieutenant of Company A; J A. Thom pson, first lieutenant ot Company II. iind W W Carlyle, second lieutenant of Company 1 A twenty-minute tnlk will be given this afternoon nt 5 o'clock In tho par lors of the Y W. C A., Doston block, by Mrs. Charles Iiartlett Dyke of Ka- mehamcha School, on "Some Ro mances of Cold Mining." All ladles who desire, to attend this Interesting series of lectures, given weekly, are cordlnlly Invited Tho elevator will bo running. The lecture on "Spenser, tho Poet Painter," to bo given by Miss Mary Elizabeth Lewis of Punahou College, on the evening of March 1, under the auspices of the Kllohana Art League, promises to bo well worth hearing Miss Lewis will be assisted by Mrs Annls Montague Turner, who will ren der n solo, and Dr. Arthur Maxson Smith will favor the audience with n violin selection, Among the ladles who will otheiwlse nslst In tho social side of the affair aic Mrs J. II Ather ton, Mrs Wnlter F Frear, Mrs, Chas. Cooko, Mrs. E. T Ilerger, Mrs. E II McClanahnn unci Miss llldgway. 4 Hotel Band Concert. The band will play the following se lections nt n concert to be given on the grounds of the Hawaiian hotel till evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock PART I. Overture Victor Emanuel Kllng Fantasia Autumn Leaves . Carl Grand Selection Marltana Wnllaen Kuplllna. (b) Wnlanueniio. Miss I. Kelliaa. (c) Aloha no Wau, (d) Monnl ke Ala. Mrs. N, AInpal. PA11T II. Cornet Solo Eleanor Polkn Wlcgand Mr. Charles- Kreuter. Selection Toreador Monckton Waltz Tender KlsBes . . . Wnlilteufcl Quirk Polkn Pollchlnello .Fahrbach Tho Star Spangb) 1 Banner. PAIN-KILLER, so Justly celebratod was Introduced to tho public about six ty years ago .and now enjojs a popu larity unequalled by nny other me II clne. Tor tho cure of dysentery, cholera morbus, rheumatism, coughs and colds scalds, '"inis etc. It Is without an etiunl. Sold by all durgglsts. Avoid nibstltutcs, there Is but one Paln-KIH-or, Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and G0e. PROTEST AGAINST EDUCATION BOARD IS PREPARING TO FIOHT Wilcox's School Measure, Already Introduced, Considered Bad One for Hawaii Protest Printed. At a meeting of tho Hoard of Educn tlon held jesterday, it was decided to enter a vigorous protest against tho adoption of the school measure recent ly Introduced In Congress by Delegate Wilcox The opening part of the pro- test of which a thousand copies have been printed, reads as follows. "The Department ot Public Instruc tion, having tho management nnd con trol of all public schools In the Terri tory of Hawaii, feel bound to enter a respectful but most earnest protest against the passage of this bill or any bill of n similar character Tho objec tions to the proposed legislation arc of two kinds (1) No such legislation Is needed, nor In fact nny legislation concerning school matters on the part of Congress (2) If any legislation were needed the bill introduced by Delegate Wilcox would accomplish no good result, ' Referring to the present sjstem, tho protest goes on to say "This sjstem was originally tho work of some of the ablest ot tho men who mado their homes here during the first half of the nineteenth century, and has ucen carefully developed and built up to fit peculiar local conditions. Llko all systems of human devising, the Hawaiian school system Is capable of further advance and Improvement as experience may show the same to be desirable and profitable. Hut such advance should be laid down by those who were nnd are thoroughly familiar with existing londltlons. Any radical reorganization of our school sjstem, however well meant, could only tcsult In grave disaster to the educational Interests of the Territory." Following this comes a lengthy his toric al sketch of hc Hawaiian school rjstem, dealing with nil phases of the local education Next come statis tics on the nationality of the pupils, enrollment, cost, building, etc. Far ther on nrc facts showing tuition at present to be free, English being the only language taught In conclusion. tho defects of the proposed law arc pointed out. as follows. "To criticise In detail the provision of the measure under consideration would he an almost endless task, and Is believed to be unnecessary. Tho bill Is of great length, consisting ot over 180 pages, nnd nlmost every pago lalrly bristles with provisions uncalled for, and In most Instances, wholly im rrt.ctlcable; provisions that, even It enacted Into law, could not be put In to operation To n few, only, of theso matters will attention now' be called. 1 It may be stated In n general vva that the bill Is drawn In absolute Ig norance, or of utter IndMeronce to existing conditions moral, social, his tot leal, education, political and statu tory 2. It Is In many points directly In conflict, nut only with existing Hawa iian statutes, but with the Organic Act ns well To make Its provisions nt all workable would require a radical re vision ot the whole bod) of our statute law 3 It assumes the existence of coun ties, townships, municipalities, and other political and administrative units that do not now, and never did form an part of our governmental s) stem, 4 It provides for a large number of additional olllclnls, most of whom would have to bo paid, thus dividing tcsponslblllty, weakening edlclency, end adding lnrgely to tho cost of main taining tho schools. !i It would break up entirely the present uniformity In the examinations and the grade ot scholarship required 0 It would do away entirely with the present salary schedule, and with any schedulo under which teachers would bo paid on n consistent and uni form system, based on qualifications and service, making neighborhood pre judice and personal "pull" tho sole standard. 7 It appears to contemplate, and certainly authorizes, a great reduction In the amount of schooling to bo pro vided In tho course of a J ear, a re duction amounting In somo cases to pearly one-half. 8 It would bo greatly to the dis advantage of tho smaller and poorer districts, not only diminishing thn quantity, but still more Impairing the quality of the teaching required, 9 It provides a way of receiving, handling and disbursing school fund) tint Is not only contrary to all sound business principles, but Is In direct conflict with the elaborate and care fully prepared provisions ot the audit act, which act controls all matters per taining to tho handling of Territorial funds. Further facts nnd nrguments In support ot the position taken In this matter by tho department could bs prosentednlmost Indefinitely, but It is hoped that tho foregoing aie sufficient to show two things: "First That there Is no "emer gency" whntevcr calling for Congress ional action, and "Second That tho passage of tho bill now pending would creato an emergency of the gravest charntter, would throw our cntlro school sjstcm Into disorder, and deal to tho cause of edurntlon In theso Islands the sever est blow It has over received," Copies of this protest will be sent to Washington, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Lnxntlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets All druggists refund tho money If it falls to euro. Li. W. drove's signature Ib on each box. 25 rents. The Bulletin, 75 cents per month. I Mr- m S ffi There's K Wm Health! M M S "TIID BEST" UU I111H k. siiH irLirwamee fll Beer H Dottted at the llrcwcry. Ml HILU Ml LI. til UKtWINU 1,17., fflLtl m MiiwauKeo, wis. mj'mM Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd. King Street, near Bethel. - Ornamental Climbers DUTCHMAN'8 PIPE A rapid growing climber, with very curious flowers resembling a pipo....ioc BALLOON VINE A handsomo climber, with Inflated capsules llko a balloon 5c NASTURTIUMS A hardy climber, well adapt ed for tho Islands; bios' soms appear in various nnd showy colors .... Ee BLACK-EYED 8J8AN Very ornamental, rapid grower; flno for arbors.. 6c HYACINTH BEANS A trench bean with beauti ful clusters of purplo and whlto flowers 6c JAPANESE JOY An Introduction from Japan; It grows rapidly llko "Vir ginia Creeper," clinging firmly to any wall or tree. 10c CLEMATIS A handsomo climber for an arbor or lanai 10c MORNING GLORY A beautiful climber, with brilliant and varied color ed flowers 5c SWEET PEA8 Beautiful, fragrant, frco flowering plants, grown very successfully by many but not by nil 10c HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY FORT STREET. At the Dinner Table A Diluter for Wine STILL wines are made spark ling when mixed with " " " white rock water They are, In this vny, given a zest and life, unequnlcd oxcept by tho best champagne, Tho diner out or tho gentleman who must entertain much nt his club, will do welt to nolo that tho ta blo will bo supplied with this water. It Is given a prominent placo on tho wlno list ot tho most exclusive clubs In America, nnd has bpen honored by Presi dential approval when served at the Inaugural Ball Banquet In Washington. Tho palate of epi cures Is gratified to the utmost by WHITE ROCK WATER. flOSLER SAFES Best Insurance In the World HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD. fel. 287 Main. 176 King Street. Beaver Lunch Rooms Port 8t., bet. Queen nnd Merchant Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Served, Everything flrBt-clnss. Comploto line Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayt on hand. II, J, NOLTE, Proprietor. BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night watchmen furnished for build ings, huslnoss property and rcsldcncos, Builders will do well to consult Dow. prs In regard la wntchroen, Office and Residence, School Street. P. O. Box 284; Tel. White 3691. OPEN A BOTTLE of "PRIMO" anil you will find a beer of absolute purity. Ileers that are shipped long dlstnnces are fortified and the nclds used tor tltts purpose arc Injurious to the health. I 1 t 1 t I I primo' LAGER contains no fortification. Out of six bottled beers examined by the government chemist, PUIMO' was the only one found pure. I I I I I I Metropolitan Meat Co., LIMITED, FreehvMeats and Pish by Every Steamer From the Coast that has Cold Storage. Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton. ( Lamb and Pork always on hand. Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut. FOR SALB AT C. J. DAY & CO. GROCERIES 122 Ring St., next Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co. ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING. P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70 All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Snrveya and IU ports made for any class of Waterworks. Steam and Electric Constmetlniir 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, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda tions, PIcra, Wharves, etc Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report M Properties for Investment purposes. FREDEIIICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc O. ., Engineer and Manager. W. R. CASTLB JR., Eccretarr and Treasurer. JUST RECEIVED PER GERMAN GERMANIA and CLOVER LEAF also IRON MATERIAL FOR RAILROAD GARS 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 Pauahl. Tel. Blue 041. P. O. Box 0T8. lubber Tires put on in Satis factory Manner.. Attorneys. P. J. Russell E. M. Watson RUSSELL & WATSON, ATTORNEY8 AND COUN3ELLOR3AT-LAW. Offices Magoon Building. 11004-lm 'Phone Main 328. V. Austin Whiting, W. J. Robinson, LAW OFFICES ftenK-ed to Room 306, Jndd Building J. M. KANEAKUA, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A LAW, NOTARY PUBLIl Jfflce Bethel 8t, Near the Postofflce, HART & CO., (UMITED) fUE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Fine lee Creams and Water lets, 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 the storo formerly occupied by II. W. Foster. (0 The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45. The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379. Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104. to Bulletin Office. SHIP "MARIE HACKFELD" CEMENT MANUFACTURERS OP Fine Carriages, Wagons and L lmCKS. Repair Work a Specialty All orders promptly attended to. Only competent help employed. ICE (MANUFACTURED FROM PURE DISTILLED WATER. : : : : Delivered to any part ot city by courteous drivers. Oaha Ice and Electric Co KEWALO. TELEPHONE BLUE 3151. HOFFflAN & HARKHAn. Waialua Beach Hotel A, WENNER, Manager, Now Open for Business. Fin est of Accommodation. Finest of Bathing. Be Sure to Get Off at Waialua Station. RATES $2.50 per day; 8peclal Rates by Week or Month. For further Information ad dress HALEIWA POSTOFFICE. W. C. Achi & Co. BROKER3 AND DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE We will Buy or Soil Real Estate in nil parts ot the group. Wo will Sell Properties on Reason able Commissions. OFFICE 10 WE8T KINQ 8TREET. wa.