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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. TUESDAY, MAKCH 4, 1902.
1 I , d. i FOR RENT 35,00 a month Mrs. A. Rosa's houso on KINQ ST. opp. Wnlklkl turn. Parlor, dining room, tlirco bedrooms, etc. 35,00 a month FORT ST, below Fort St. House. Seven rooms, electric lights, servants' house. Very nice. $40,00 a month Magazine sT.just on Thurs- ton Ave. Very comfortable two-bedroom house; electric lights, baths, hot wnter, etc. Henry Watertiouse & Go, STOCK AND BOND BROK ERS, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Fort and Merchant St. MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR. MONDAY Hawaiian Regular. TUUDUAV Pacific First Degree. WISDNBSDAY Chapter Mott Excellent Matter. THURSDAY Eastern Star Initiation. I'KIDAY Hawaiian First Degree. BATUHDAV All visiting members of the or der axe cordially Invited to attend meetings of local lodges. Fraternal Directory. HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F. McetB every Monday ovenlng at 7:S0 U Harmony Hall. King street. 11. McKECHNY, N. Q. B. It. HENDRY, becrclary. All visiting brothers very cordially Uvlted. MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. H. J. OALLAOKER, C. C. A. E. MUlU'HY, K. it. S. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every Friday evening at Har mony Hall, King street, nt 7:30. Mem bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit ing brothers cordially Invited. F. V. DUNN, C.C. ED. C. ALDRICH, K. of II. & S. flOSLER SAFES Best Insurance In the World HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD, Tel. 287 Main. 176 King Street Motor, Carriage and Machine COMPANY. REPAIR AND BUILD ALL KINDS OF : : MACHINERY Safe Work of All Kinds. Typewriter, l'honograpbs, , Etc., Etc., Repaired. UNION STREET, near Hotel. Phone Dlue 721. P. O. box 112. J. W. 8CHOENINO, Manager. ICE IflANUFACTURED FROM PURE DISTILLED WATER. : : : : Dollvered to any part of city by courteous drivers. Oahu Ice and Electric Co KEWALO. TELEPHONE DLUE 3151. HOFFHAN & riARKUAn. W. C. Achi & Co, BROKERS AND DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In all parts of tbo group. We will Sell Properties on Reason able Commissions. OFFICE 10 WEST KINQ 8TREET. THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY Is Loaded Up With GOOD THINGS TO BAT. Scotch Shortbread; Cakes, all slios, prices and styles; l'lcs, Just like your mother used to make; uooKies, maca roons: Lady Pincers: Cream Puffs; and nil the dainty styles sultablo lor the woll-furnlshed table. Tons of Puro Candy, from cheap crado for children, up t ) better grades. For 60c wo can furnish you a box of Delicious Candles worth n dollar else where. IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY DONT FORGET NEW ENGLAND BAKERY FOR SALE ! -AT MAKIKI New two-story houso. Elctrtc lights; stnblo for 3 horses and car riage. Modem sani tary plumbing. Ce ment sidewalk. Near Electric Car Line. $3,500 EASY THRM6 CASTLE & LANSDALE, SoO-507 StanEemvald Bid B A B V CARRIAGES AND GO-CARTS Latest Styles Low Prices HOFFSCHLAEGER Co., Ltd. 29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL Honolulu Investment Co LIMITED. Real Estate and Insurance Agents officers: A. V. Gear President Henry Smith Vice Prestden' Emmett May Secretary J. H. Fisher Treasurer J. D. Holt W. G. Ashley )udltfrs T. E. Wall ) JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST. PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD; LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE. A. Harrison Mill Co., Lid. KAWAIAIIrtO STREET, KEWALO. 1'el. White 1321 P. O. Box 552, Sawing, Planing, Turning and Mill Work In all Its branches. Lumber - Kiln - DrylnJJ a specialty, and In large or small quantities. Honolnln Iron Works. Improved and modem SUGAR MA CHINERY of every capacity and de tcrlptlon made to order. Boiler work nd RrVETED PIPES for irrigation purposes a specialty. Particular atten tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs executed at shortest notice. COTTON BROS. & CO ENGINEERS AND : : : GENERAL CONTRACTORS Puni ao4 tillmalei fumlthed for U cIim Contracting work. , BOSTON RIOCK, HONOLUL ftr4e)f IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS ANVWMCKB AT ANYTIME Call on or Write E.C. DAM'S ADVERTISING AGEHCY 64 & 63 Merchants' fixcN..igo T SAN FHANCISCO. CAL. 3 LOCAL AND GENERAL Postage on the Bulletin's special ln duitrlal edition Is three cents to all parts of the Statec. Read "Wants" on page 6. There Is lo be n dnnce abonr 1 the Warren Thursday night. Ilnttcrlrk patterns at Mrs. Hnnnn's, Union street, Oregon block. PEERLESS I'RESERVINO PAINT will last longer thnn any other. The High School concert takes phifl this evening nt the Y. M. C. A. hnll. Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., meets tonight In Harmony Hall, King street. Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc. manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish ing Co. This Is Hie day Ret for the first n- critlon of Princess Knwananako.i at Puajellnnl, Wnlklkl. The weekly edition of the Evening Bulletin gives a complete Bummnry of tho news of the dny. Meet me at tho Fountain tho popu lar Ice cream nnd soda water resort; Wall, Nichols Co., Ud. II. .1. Burnlson. formerly a book keeper with Irwin & Co., leaves today on the Nippon Muni for Shanghai. Louis Epplngcr. proprietor of the Grand Hotel of San Francisco. Is a passenger on the Nippon, bound for Yokohama. Mrs. George Carler nnd Miss Groc Carroll will leave on the Ventura for the Coast. Mrs. Carter will Join Mr. Carter In the East. George Weir, formerly of this place nnd now engaged In the lumber and milling business In Scattlc.U a passen ger In the Nippon Mnru. Architect O. (1. Trnphagen Is receiv ing tenders for the new Odd Fellows building, to be erected on the corner nt Fort and Chaplain streets. Dr. Bogle, chiropodist, hns removed his olllces from the Arlington to tho Oregon block, where he will be pleased to sec his numerous patrons. Dr. 11. N .Allen. United States Min ister to Korcn, accompanied by Mr Allen, Is a passenger In the Nippon Mnru, en route to his post at Seoul. The annual meeting of the Hawaiian Jockey Club, which was v to have been held last night, was postponed until next Monday evening on account of the lark of a quorum. Elliott Snow, Naval Constructor, F S. N.. Is a pasenger In the Nippon Mam, bound for the Orient. Mr. Snow hns been assigned to the Asiatic divi sion of the navy's construction work. A meeting of Irishmen has been called for this evening In Pcttus block hull. Alnkca street, near thp Sailors' Home, to complete arrnngc incuts fur the bnu'iuct on St. Patrick's day. Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Cull fornlt Fruit Mnrket when you want fruit and vegetables. Ho always has on hand a fresh supply of both Califor nia and iBland fruits. Telephone Main 378. The freighter Eureka of the Globe Navigation Company will go to Ana hola to load sugar after she has dis charged her cargo here. She will re turn to Honolulu to complete her su gar cargo. The America .Mnru sailed for the Orient from the Channel wharf ut N o'clock last night. The high wind from the northenst rcmleicd her go ing out of the channel a delicate task, Pilot Saunders took her out. John Wnldrnn of the Hoys' Drlgado will give a flvc-mlmito talk on "John Brown" In tho Y. W. C. A. rooms Thursday afternoon nt 5 o'clock. The speaker will exhibit a number of pho tographs of John Brown and of scenes connected with his life. The transport Egbert sailed from Manila February 18 for San Francisco, via Honolulu. Instead of going to Se attln, fur which port sho had original ly been scheduled. Sho brings one battalion of the 28th Infantry nnd 325 short term men, who are to be muster ed out. There will be a meeting of the Na ture Study Club at tho High School building at 7:30 this evening. Mr. U. Thompson of Knmehamchn Boys School and Miss M. Barnard of Knme hameha Gills' School will conduct some Interesting experiments which they have used with success In this work. The Nippon Maru from San Francis co was off port beforo 8 o'clock last night, throwing her powerful search light over the channel ami tho harbor. The America Maru was preparing to leave the channel wharf for the Const. The Nlpon waited outside until thi America passed out. The Nippon sailed from San Fran cisco on February 25 In the face of a terrific hurricane. The northeasterly trades were not cnught until the voy age was nlmost half completed. The Nippon brought 331) bags of mall for Honolulu, Sho Balls for the Orient at 5 o'clock this evening. At the meeting of the Ministerial Union held yesterday morning nt Cen tral Union church, an election of offi cers to serve for six months was held with the following results: President, Rev. O. II. Gullck; secretary-treasurer. Rev. J. II. Waldron. Tho program committee Is as follows- Rev. J. P. Erdmau nnd Rev. J. Lcadlngham. Tins principal feature of the morning wns a paper read by Rov. W. M. Klncnid. At a meeting of the directors of tho Young Women's Christian Association held yesterday, tho following ladles were voted In to full membership: Mrs. J. N. Hell, .Miss Elizabeth Brown. Miss Kathcrluc M. Cooke, Miss Anna II. Danlclson, Miss Anna J. Gardner. Miss Mary S. Gould, Miss A. Frances Johnson, Mih, W. F. Johnstone, Miss Maude I. Johnstone, Mrs. Emma Jwl kins, Miss Mabel E. Madeira, Dr. Cath erine J. McKay. Mrs. J. I.. McLean. Miss Eva McLean, Miss Grnco O'llrlcn. Miss Mellka Peterson, Miss Mary U. Sanderson. Mrs. Mary D. Scholleld. Mrs. Mary C. Wldillfirtd . IlOltN. AHA At the Maternity Ilium1. March 3. 1902, to tho wife of John Ami, u son, It SifE HfT MSIMV RECEIVER WUNDENBERQ'S DUTY LEGALLY DEFINED Attorney Hatch Said Petition Was Extraordinary "Execution Be fore Judgment" The Judge Called It. Judge Humphreys, as briefly report-, ed yesterday, denied the petition of llc ccler Wundenberg for Instructions loi sell the property of the Kona Sugar Company nt public auction. Mr. Dillon argued for the petition.) Since the papeis were prepared, n let-1 tcr was received from the manager, showing such n state of things that It was nciessnry to do something nt once. Mr. Com an writes Hint the supplies furnished by II. Hnrkfcld & Co. would be exhausted by the time the steamer returned on the 5th Inst. Meetings of Jnpaiuse were being held in houses! nnd along the roads, nnd they were re-1 solved not to cut n stick of cane until some settlement of back wages was made. The men had no money ami could not get away. A request was J made by tho manager for $2000 by Tuesday's mail. He said tho attorneys should be asked to communicate with the laborers, to Induce them if possi ble to continue working pending ef forts to have the plantation go ahead. Mr. Hankey said he had taken the liberty of asking the receiver what ho proposed to do. His answer was that he did not know of anything but to shut down the plantation. It seemed to the speaker that this proposed ue- tlon would only precipitate the vciy thing It wns Intended to avoid. Mr. Mngoon considered It had been shown that Mr. ... . . . wunuenoerg nail ex- hausted every means of obtaining llnanclnl aid In Honolulu. He had been to every person who had money to pro cure aslstance to harvest this crop. C. Urccr & Co. were prepared to ad vance money If the report of their rep- lescntatlvo had been favorable. Their representative, however, was unwill ing to advise them to undertake tliu proposition. The plantation hnd been been hanging on. In a desperate condi tion, for many months. It was unheard-of that a largo concern like this should have gone on for such a long time without money. The laborers were In a state of incipient insurrec tion, making dire threats against tho crop. All that counsel opposite had to say was that they wanted tlmo to get together. They ought to be prepared to meet the Issue nt once. It wns n very grave position In which tho re ceiver was placed. If any violence wero done, such as setting lire to the cane, It might be laid at the door of the re ceiver. The only solution was to dis pose of the matter ut the earliest pos sible moment. Not a moment should be wasted. If the creditors could do nothing, the property should bo sold for tho benefit of all concerned. The receiver hnd consulted constantly with the bondholders, the stockholders nnd M. V. MrChcsncy & Sons, the plain tiffs ns well us creditors. He had artcil throughout In perfect good faith aud was asking for these Instructions as the best relief under tho circumstances. ' No sufficient reason had been offered i for continuance. . I Mr. Hatch considered It extraordl-' nary to have tho receiver ask for such Instructions. He was appointed to pre-1 servo this plantation nnd not to do-' stroy It. There wns no request from I the bondholders to Justify his action.! His appointment wns made for the pur- pose of obtaining means for keeping, this property together. To ask for an order of sale on such short notice wns I unprecedented. A sale could not be mado that day, nor even an order of sale without consent of the opposition. Therefore, It was argued, matters at the plantation would only be made worse by the hasty action proposed. Judge Humphreys described two le gal occasions for receiverships and went on to say that tho proceedings In this enso were in the nature of un as sumpsit suit. The plaintiffs were In the position of equltnblc mortgagees. To grant the petition for salo would be tantamount to ordering execution beforo Judgment. The recalcitrant and turbulent disposition of the laborers alleged, apart from the question of the court's Jurisdiction In such n case, had not been made clear. Mr. Wundenberg, after a hurried visit to the plantation concluded that If Immediate relict could not be obtained tho best thing to do was to sell tho whole property. But to order n salo at six hours' notice would lie arbitrary. Tho receiver might for the present be considered merely un ordinary carctnker of the property. It was In his power to ap point agents to preserve the property. Thi) petition was denied. There Are Many. Visitor What do you think of this mind-euro fnd? Doctor It can't bo compared with the mlml-slck fad. I am getting for tunes out of peoplo who have Imagi nary Ills. Chicago Ncwb. Numerical, "It Is said that even tho hairs of tho head or all numbered. " "cs, I Know; but n good many of them are back numbers." Philadel phia Bulletin. A $20.00 BELT for $5,00 AlJen Electric "Relf (with sus- -MS$ pensory Is guaranteed to possess W all the curative proper H.-s of the es,vn Ive bells now sold by Jo tor and druggists. It gives a very tronR current of electricity andlseally regulated. R"iind to superseJe others. Can he h id from the undersigned only ( no me ids; no discount. ( Ircular free. Address I'lcrci- I'.locti-le Co . 206 Post St.. San i-'ramlsm. Sent free to Hawaii for $r.00 lh.Dr.lt: to drink --' if I THEBEST" I I MILWAUKEE BEER I H Fred Miller Brewing Co. Milwaukee I Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd. King Street, near Bethel. Ornamental Climbers DUTCHMAN'S PIPE A rapid growing climber, vylth very curious flowers resembling a pipe.... 10c BALLOON VINE A hnndsomo climber, with Inflated capsules like n 1,nltnn ...... fii- WM..WW. -- NASTURTIUMS A hardy climber, well adapt cd for tho Islnnds; bios soma appear In various and showy colors .... 6c DLACK-EYED SJSAN Very ornamental, rapid grower; flno for arbors.. 6c HYACINTH BEANS A trench bean with beauti ful clusters of purplo and white flowers 6c JAPANESE JOY An Introduction from Japan; It grows rapidly llko "Vir ginia Creeper," clinging firmly to nny .wall or tree.. 10c CLEMATIS A handsomo climber for an arbor or lanal 10c MORNING GLORY A beautiful climber, with brilliant nnd varied color ed Cowers 5c SWEET r-EAS Beautiful, fragrant, frco flowering plants, grown very successfully by many but not by all 10c HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY FOKT STREET. NO FLAT BOTTLES At the Dinner Table A Diluter for Wine STILL wines nro made spark ling when mixed with " " " white rock water They nro, In this way, given a zest nnd llfo, unequalcd except by tho best champagne Tho diner out or tho gentleman who must cntcrtnln much at his club, will do well to noto that tho ta ble will bo supplied with this water, it Is given n prominent placo on tho wino list of tho most cxcluslvo clubs In America, and has been honored by Presi dential approval when served at tho Inaugural Dall Banquet In Washington. Tho palnto of epi cures Is gratified to tho utmost by WHITE ROCK WATER. W. C. Peacock & Go,, Ltd. AGENTS. I Wo have constantly on hand a flno lino of Alaska and Star Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Rubber Hose, Paints and Oils. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE C0Ltd B16 FORT ST. HONOLULU, H. T. Trumbull & Beebe's CALIFORNIA Flower and Vegetable Seeds Awarded Gold and Silver Medals Paris Exposition 1900. Beautifully Illustrated catalogue mulled frco on application. TRUMBULL & BEEBE SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN. 410421 Sansome St, San Francisco, California. V.rrV-" A HOME CURE If 'oti wisli a pleasant ami wholesome tonic for mind and body tlicrc is none to cqttal - Primo Lager - Order a case from tlie Brewery. Delivered free in the city. TELEPHONE MAIN 341. IP . ,Jh I M mv V. VM M&Scr1 - HI fUJW J Wi J'U'I Wo have an assortment unequalled, nuisuc. Prices arc tho lowest. BEALs'Sj Berelania St., next to Cor. of Emma Metropolitan LIMITED. Fresh Meats and Pish by Every Steamer From the Coast that has Cold Storage. Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton. ((I Lamb and Pork always on hand. Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut. FOR SALE AT C. J. DAY & CO. GROCERIES 122 Ring St., neit Manufacturer's A Inrgo Amorlcnn manufacturer desires to arrange with somo 0110 In Honolulu who Is in position to represent their lino to the Watch, Clock nnd Jewelry Trade. No application will bo con sidered except that of somo one engaged solely In tho business of representing American manufacturers. Tho agency would not be given to any ono who Is engaged In business for his own account, carrying stock, etc. Tho business would bo conducted by carrying a lino of samples, from whlcu orders could bo secured, to bo ship ped direct from tho factory. No applicant would bo considered un less accompanied by full explanation as to tho nature of tho ap plicant's business, and full and satisfactory references. Address : MANUFACTURER, this office, 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, Surveys and Rt porU made for any class of Waterworks Steam and Electric Constructions Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail roads, Electric and Stoani; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda tions, Piers, Wharves, etc Special attention given to Eliminations, Valuations, nnd Reports M .Properties for investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEQ, M. AAI. 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, H, HACKFELD & The Germania Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK. A88ET8 127,378,533.30. Pnld to Policy Holders sinco I8C0 for Death Claims... ?24.373,4C9 65 For Matured Policies 7 507 608 27 Dividends and Surrenders ISfiM.Wi Z1 Total EMMETT MAY, Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD BUILDING. GETTING A SCOOP That's (what vee managed to get on the new designs ot I902 WALL PAPERS and the colorings arc ex- Meat Co., (I The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$. The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379. Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104. to Bulletin Office. Agent Wanted. SHIP "MARIE HACKFELD" CEMENT at lowest market prices by CO., LIMITED MB.07,212 29 i J i 1 I . U-r.