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'vW ' ' , tTT1'" -w;"WiK3y7r,-iiMi.liiHjI ijTi . wrnnjni HVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T TUESDAY. MARCH 11, 1902. T ? 7 FOR RENT $18.50 a month Small cottnge, 1418 EMMA 8T. Two bedrooms, sanitary plumbing, etc., etc. 35.00 a month Mrs. A. Rosa's house on KING 8T, opp. Walklkl turn, l'arlor, dining room, threo bedrooms, etc. 30,00 a month FORT ST. below Fort St. House. Seven rooms, electric lights, servants' house. Very nice. $40.00 a month MAGAZINE 8T.Just offThurs. ton Ave. Very comfortablo two-bedroom house; electric lights, baths, hot water, etc. Henry Waterhouse & Co. STOCK AND DOND BROK ERS, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Fort and Mercnant StJ. MASONIC TEMPLE Tfc WEEKLY CALENDAR. MONDAY Pacific Lodge Regular. TUESDAY LeProgres Funeral of Wil liam Auld. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Honolulu Commandery Reg ular. FRIDAY Hawaiian Third Degree. SATURDAY All visiting members of the or der are cordially Invited to attend meetings ot local lodges. i Fraternal Directory, HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F. Meoti every Monday evening at 7:30 (a Harmony Hall. King Btreet. II. McKECHNY. N. Q. E. IL HENDRY, becrclary. All visiting brothers very cordially Uvlted. MY8TIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P. r Meets everr Tuesday evening at 7:30 'clock In Harmouy Hall, King street. Wilting brothers cordially Invited o attend. II. J. GALLAGHER, C. C. A. E. MURPHY. K. It. S. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every Friday evening at Har mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit ing brothers cordially Invited. F. W. DUNN, C.C. ED. C. ALDRICH, K. of 1L & S. NO FLAT BOTTLES At the Dinner Table A Diluter for Wine STILL wines nro mado spark ling when mixed' with " " " white rock water They are, In this way, given a zest and life, uncqualed except by the best champagne. The diner out or the gentleman who must entertain much at his club, will do well to noto that the ta ble will be supplied with this water. It Is given a prominent place on the wine list of the most exclusive clubs In America, and has been honored by Presi dential approval when served at the Inaugural Rail Banquet In Washington. Tho palate of epi cures Is gratified to tho utmost g by, WHITE ROCK WATER. W. G, Peacock & Co., Ltd, I L AGENTS. riOSLER SAFES Best Insurance In the Wprld HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENTAL CO,, LTD. Tel. 287 Main. 176 King Street. If you cannot find him just look in at the Honolulu Bowling Parlors HE WILL BE THERE f$7iWwhiB THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY Is Loaded Up With GOOD THINGS TO HAT. Scotch Shortbread; Cakes, all sites, prices and Btylcs; Ties, Just like your mother used to make; uooKies, Maca roons: Lady Fingers: Cream Puffs: and all tho dainty styles suitable lor tho well-furnlshcd table. Tons ot Pure Candy, from cheap grade for children, up tj better grades. For 50c we can furnish you a box of Delicious Candles worth a dollar else' where. Ring up Main 74. IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY DONT FORGET NEW ENGLAND BAKERY FOR SALE ! -AT MAKIKI - New two-story house. Eletrlc lights; stablo for 3 horses and car riage. Modern sani tary plumbing. Ce ment sidewalk. Near Electric Car Line. $3,500 EASY TBRM8 CASTLE & LANSDALE, 506-507 Stangenwald Bid B A B V CARRIAGES I AND GO-CARTS Latest Styles Low Prices H0FFSGHLAE6ER Co., Ltd. 29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL Honolulu Investment Co LIMITED. Real Estate and Insurance Agents OFFICERS! A. V. Gear President Henry Smith Vice President Emmett May Secretary J. H. Fisher Treasurer J. D. Holt I W. G. Ashley IPuditfrs T.E. Wall ', JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST. PROPERTY BOUGHT AND 80LDJ LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE GLAS8 IN8URANCE. A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd. KAWAIA1MO STREET. KEWALO. rel. White 1221 P. O. Box 552. 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. Roller work nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation purposes a specialty. Particular atten tion said to JOD WORK, and repairs executed at shortest notice. COTTON BROS. & CO ENGINEERS AND : : : GENERAL CONTRACTORS Pttnt Mai tltlnutei furnished for all ctftitt Contracting work. Tel. Main 245. ROOM 300 BOSTON BLK, Honolulu IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS ANYWMERIi AT ANYTIMB Call on or Write l&CDMS ADVERTISING AGEHCTf 64 Sc. 6s Merchants' GnxU-nge I SAN PRANCI5CO. CAL. veefer-Ka4ei6 LOCAL AND GENERAL Read "Wants" on page G. Q. It. Uerrey's office, 8 Campbell bid, Cook desires position. Sec nd In New Today. Nicely furnished rooms, Popular House, 1249 fort St., M.60 per week up. Gomes & McTlghc, successors to Cn mara & Co., liquor dealers, 9S King St. Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., meets tonight In Harmony Hall, King street. Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Publish ing Co. A rehearsal of the Central Union choir will be held this evening nt the church at 7:30. The weekly edition of the Evening Bulletin gives a completo summary 01 the news of tho day. Dr. Walters will leave In the Klnau In a few weeks for a visit to the Par ker ranch on Hawaii. Roofs painted with PBERLER3 PRESERVING PAINT will be kept In order for THREE YEARS. The Malic Illmn Athletic Club an Bounce their first baseball practice of the season at Maklkl, Wednesday, at 5 p. m, Mrs. C. II. Ramsay and children will leave today for a vacation trip to th Volcano. They will be gone n month or two. The Hawaiian Roman's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Wood, Nun ami nvenue, Tuesday, March 11, at 3 o'clock. Charles Moltcno, formerly of Mer chant street, has (copened his shaving parlor on King street, opposite Young building. Dr. Doglc, chiropodist, has removed his offices from the Arlington to the Oregon block, where he will be pleased to see his numerous patrons. Robert Llshman was In the proces sion at tho consecration of St. An drew's Cathedral, he having been the contractor who erected the edifice. Workmen are engaged In digging tho trench, In which to build the new re taining wall on the Hob'ron property on N'uuanu avenue, at Hates street cor ner. Several hundred bags of rice aboard the schooner Alice Kimball were dam nged by salt water on tho last and stormy trip of that little vessel. The cargo Is Insured, The Honolulu bianch of the Teach ers' Association will hold a meeting this evening when a paper on school government will be presented by Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, Professor Koebelo will not leave for Mexico on the Peking Wednesday, as had been anticipated. Ills work hero will keep him busy for several weeks, and he will not go beforo March 23. Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call fornlt Fruit Market when you want fruit and vegetables. He always has on hand a fresh supply of both Califor nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main 378. Tickets for the St. Patrick's day ban quet may be obtained from C. J. Mc Carthy, C. K. Chllllngworth, W. K, Ervlng, I.. II. Dec, Thomas I. Dillon, Guy Livingston, J. A. Hughes, J. C. Qulnn, Charles McConagle. Rapid Transit car 24, on the Kallhl extension, collided yesterday afternoon with a horse attached to an express wagon, the horse being thrown several feet, but without obtaining a scratch or being hurt. The car fender was broken down. At tho meeting of the Woman's Board In Central Union church this afternoon reports from the Pauahl band and from the Chinese and Portu guese departments of work will bo giv en; also the "Condition of Religion In Our New Posbcsslon Porto Hlio" by Mrs. Hlgglus; Guam by Miss Mury Alexander, and the Philippines by Mrs. A. M. Smith. PostofTlce Inspector George D. Linn, who has been In charge of tho district comprising these Islands for some time, has been ordered back to his for mer station. Ills post will be Spo kane, Wash., which will give him charge of matters In the entire north west, comprising Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana and tho Territory or Alaska. Mr. Linn will be succeeded hero by R. W. Madden, a member ot the Inspector's force attached to the San Francisco office. DIED. KIDLING In this city, March 10, 1902, Henrietta K., beloved wife of Charles A. Klbllng, aged 37 years. Funeral from tho undertaking par lors of H. II, Williams, today at 10 a. m. Friend) aud acquaintances are re spectfully Invited to attend. The action 'of Sir Ernest Casael in luctng t200,OtJO at tho disposal ut King Edward, ror charltablo or Win tminn purposes, which Bum will hn de voted to the establishment of a sarin- tarlum for consumptives, lias broug.it prominently Into notice ono of tlio most Interesting characters in Eng land. Comparisons aro now drawn between Andrew Carnegie and Cowl. He was made a Knight Commander 'jf St. Michael anil St. George for Impor tant financial services to the Egyp tian government and was also decorat ed by Norway and Sweden for assist ance tendered to railroad enterprise In those countries. Sir Ernest was In. terested In the Issue of the Mexican 5 per cent loan and wan among the first to put faith in tho London underground )ailroad. In racing Sir Ernest CnBse) has long been prominent. 1 A pretty girl announced to papa her engagement to dear Cholly. The old man became very grae nt onco. Cholly had a good salary, was to all appear ances a nice, steady young man, "but then, said papa "let tho engagement be a long one. my dear. In that caso you will hap time to And out each other's faults and fallings, and dlsiov- ni aarlnlla Arifimta tt nlini nilnc uf It I nil would make you wrotcTied for life If UU Jlltiliy liui, pupa, 1IIIUI JJUBIMI the sweet girl. "I object to long en gagements If they nro so apt to bo bioken, don't you know?" And whlU tho old man meditated sho rushed off Into the parlor to tell Cholly Jt was all right and resume tho yum-yum busi ness, LoulBvllIo Tlincs. AFTERNOON COURTS. John Bantos and Manuel Texelra, two Portuguese boys found guilty ot second degree larceny, were sent home Instead of to Jail by Judge Gear. Their sentence Is suspended until August. The mothers of tho lads promised to punish them. Ah Kin was found guilty of larceny In the second degree and sentenced to ono year nt hard labor. F. E. Thomp- Bon by assignment defended the nccus cd. Before Judge Robinson a Jury found Thomas Carey not guilty ot assault on his brother with a dangerous weapon The evidence showed that It was a mild case of rough house at home with the Careys, but the danger to life was not precarious, Mathcwman for prosccu tlon; Hankcy for defense. William McCarthy pleaded not guilty to Indictment for assault and battery, The Honolulu Stock Exchange baa made answer In the suit of Abies vs. Falk and others, denying that Falk had n right to alienate his seat In that body and saying It held a Hen on the scat as security for Indebtedness. The accounts of A. G. Cunha, as ex ecutor of the will of Antono G. Cunha, have been npproved, and the executor ordered discharged, V.W.C. A. N0TE8. From 3 to C o'clock Saturday after noon there will be an at home In tho rooms of the Y. W. C. A, In honor of Mrs. Henry Martyn Roles of Scranton, Pa. Mrs, Holes tins been an active as sociation worker for many years, and a member of the national committee, There liae been no special Invitations. The secretary extends a cordial gen eral Invitation to all those Interested. Mrs. Rotes and daughter are Boon to leave for Japan, On Thursday, at S p. m.. Miss Helen Kenny will give a twenty-minute talk, her subject being, "A Comparison 01 English and American Humorists.' The talk will begin promptly at thx hour. A course of six lectures on the "En vironments of Dickens and His Work," Is to bo given at the rooms by Mrs. W. O. Rogers. These will bo evening lectures for ladles and gentlemen, tbi first to bo given on Monday evening, March 24, at 8 o'clock. The tickets arc Jl, and nre on sale at the rooms nd by association members. I1ILO SHIPPING. Charters for Hllo Am. schr. Enter prise, San Francisco; Am, schr. O. M. Kellogg. Uallard; Am. schr. Otllllc Fjord, Ilal'lnrd; Am. schr. W. F. Wltze mann, Port Townscnd. Vessels In Port Am. schr. Chas, L. Woodbury, Harris; m. schr. Concord, Sam Mana; Am. sp. Helen Urcwcr, Ma honey; Am. bk. St. Catherine, Saun ders; Am. bk. Roderick Dim, Johnson. Arrived Feb. 2S Am. sp. Helen Rrewcr, Mahoney, 28 hours from Hono lulu. Feb. 28 Am. Bchr. Concord, Sam Mana; general merchandise nnd lum ber for Paaullo; put In ou account of heavy weothcr. March 1 Am. schr. Chas. L. Wood bury, Harris, from Honolulu; general merchandise. March 2 Am. bk. Roderick Dhu Johnson; 24 days from San Francisco; general merchandise, consigned to Matson Navigation Company. 1 FOR 8T. PATRICK'S DAY. Judge Mori Is M. Estec of the Fed eral Court will be the principal speak er at the St. Patrick's Day banquet at the Monua hotel. The list of speakers and toasts Is ns follows: "The Presi dent of the United States," Judge M. M. Estec; "Tho Day We Celebrate,' "Ii eland, n Nation," "Our N'atlvo Land," Thomas Dillon; "The Land We Live In," "The Ladles," and "The Press." There will bo ocaI music and tho best orchestra In Honolulu hat lieen engaged for the occasion. Tickets may be had from any member of the committee, which Is as follows: Col. C. J. McCarthy, Thos. I. Dillon, J. A. Hughes, C. F. Chllllngworth, L. H. Dee. Guy Livingstone, W. F. Erving, J. C. Qulnn and Chas. McConagle. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS. Every possessor of a "Kodak" or "Brownie" camera Is offered the op portunity of competing for $4000 li prizes given by tho Eastman Kodak Co. The great advantages of n cosmo politan population and beautiful scen ery makes the chance ot Honolulu con testants favorable and as the prizes art numerous, Island amateurs will no doubt draw a large share. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. are headquarters. 1 FOR FIBlD DAY. At a meeting held yesterday of the committee In charge of tho field day exercises set for March 29, It was do elded that tho prizes to bo distributed on the field Bhould bo awarded by some lady. The committee therefore decided to extend a special Invitation to l'rln cess Kawannnakoa to perform this duty. The committee was authorized to go ahead and have the prize cup suitably engraved and made ready for exhibition, John Hny'B poem, "Jim Rludso of tno I'ralrlu Dolle," will bo dramatized and presented at McVlcker's In fliarch. E. II. Morris wrote tho drama and will chango tho original Idea of tho poet by having Mr. Uludso llvo In stead of baking in the smoko of the binning steamer. 520,00 BELT for $5.00 T h e Dr. m AUen Electric "Belt' (with sus- Mz Pnwy Is guaranteed to possess '3ws nil the curative proper ties of the esnen-ive belts now sold by do. tors and dniEglsts. It gives a very trong current of electricity andlseally regulated, Round to supersede others. Can be had from the undersigned onlyi no aeentsj no discount. Circular free. Address Pierce Electric Co . 206 Post St.. Sin Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5,00 MV- 1 Jack Spralt could eat no fat, His wife could eat ho lean, But a bottle of Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd. King Street, near Bethel. Ornamental Climbers DUTCHMAN'S PIPE A rapid growing climber, with very curious flowers resembling a plpo....10c BALLOON VINE A handsome climber, with Inflated capsules like a balloon Be NASTURTIUMS A hardy climber, well adapt cd for tho IsIandB: bios. soma appear In various and snowy colors .... Be BLACK-EYED SUSAN Very ornamental, rapid grower; fine for arbors.. So HYACINTH BEANS A trench bean with beauti ful clusters ot purple and whlto flowers 6c JAPANESE JOY An Introduction from Japan; It grows rapidly like "Vir ginia Creeper," clinging firmly to any wall or tree.. 10a CLEMATIS A handsome climber for an arbor or lanat ........10c MORNINQ GLORY A beautiful climber, with brilliant and varied color ed flowers 6c SWEET PEAS Reautlful, fragrant, free flowering plants, grown very successfully by many but not by all 10c HQLLISTER DRUG COMPANY FORT STREET. Motor Carriage and Machine COMPANY. REPAIR AND BUILD ALL KINDS OF : : MACHINERY Safe Work of All Kinds. Typewriter, Phonographs, Etc, Etc., Repaired. UNION 8TREET, near Hotel. Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112. J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager. Waialua Beach Hotel A. WENNEH, 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 Special Rates by Week or Month. For further Information ad dress HALEIWA POSTOFFICE Beaver Lunch Rooms Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 8erved. Everything first-class. Complete lint Key West and Domestic Cigars nlwayi on band. H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor. THEUNIONEXPRESSCO. Safes, Pianos, Furniture MOVBD Drays Top Freight and Lumber Our representative meets all Incom. Ing steamers from the Coast, and wt chock baggage on all outgoing steam. rs. Wblte end Black Sand For Sale Office with Evening Dulletln, IK King street Tel 86. fl. LARSEH, Vft. When You Want a Rig niNO UP THH Oc3Lbb,U"B LIVERY BOARDING and SALES STABLES, : : : 1 :, sis fort street Stable 'Phone, 109 Main. Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72 C. H. DELLINA. 1 H SZTWB. BEST" Vll M Milwaukee vl Mji t"ade everything serene. t)fl2 5WBottld at tho Brawtry, tl ImU Frtd Miller Brewing Co., U"" I Milwaukee. Wla. I A RIPANS The simplest remedy for indigestion, constipation, biliousness and the many ailments arising from a disordered stomach, liver or bowels is Ripana Tabules. They have accomplished wonders, and their timely aid removes the necessity of calling a physician for the many little ills that beset mankind. Theygo straight to the seat of the trouble, relieve the dis tress, cleanse and cure the affected parts, and give the system a general toning AT DRUGGISTS The five-cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle, sixty cents, Contains a supply for a year. SHREVE & CO., To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellvcr all goods purchased or ordered of them, free ot all charges for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to those know ing the Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In San Francisco. .,4 Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers, Market & Post 6tn., 6. F. Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. Wo have the largest manufactory ot Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and aro prepared to furnish special designs. ' Architects, Contractors and pulldan V. UOFFMANN F. RILEY Hoffman & Riley GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Elttoiatei Furnlibtd P. O. B01 160 Geo. W. Page. Tel III P. O. Box TTI F. W. Beardslee. BEARDSLEE & PAOB Architects and Builders. Offices, Elite building, Honolulu,- T. H. Sketches and Correct Estimates Isi nlihed on Short Notice. BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS. Dealers in Lumber and Coal, Alien & Robinson, Queen Street, Honolulu. Fred Harrison, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Tel. Main 193. Jobbing promptly attend! to. M. P. BERTELMAIVS Carpenter 8liop 18 - MOVED To rear ot old stand. Entrance 01 King street. Orders left at elther'sso or office at John Nott's store, Klat street, will rccelre prompt attention. ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING EVERY DAY. MORAL Insure In "The Travellers", Largest Accident Insurance Company In the World. .: A. C. LOVEKIN Qenoral Agents tor the Territory of Hawaii. 403 JUDD BUILDING. Madame A. Sclioellkupf, FROM PARIS. WILL TEACH FRENCH n classes or crlvate lessons. Residence Extension of Hotel St, pp. Adventlst Chi'-:h. B, BERGERSEN, the old Sewing Machine Agont, is still In business at 942 BETHEL STREET, Honolulu. Stock on Hand Standard, Domes, tic, National, Seamstress, New Home, Household, Expert and Vindex. Call and see. Try and buy. PR I MO LAGER IS ABSOLUTELY PURE Order a case from the Urewery for home use. Tel. Main 341 up. San Francisco Beer and Wine Dealers. The BROOKLYN SALOON ALAKEA ST, Between Merchant and Queen. W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schatfsr, Gonsalves & Co., LIMITED. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND WINE MERCHANTS. 22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I. LOTS FOR SALE In Kaptolanl Park Addition and In Kallhl DAVID DAYTON 137MERCHANI STREET Public Typewriting by Miss Ella Dayton E. W. Quinn, modern plumbing Patronage of Owners, Architects and Builders solicited. - II68 Union St. Phone, Main 394 1 B. T. JDHREIER Contracting and Consulting Electrical Engineer. - Plans, Specifications and Estimates Prepared. Dealer In Electric Supplies. OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg. TEL. BLUE 281. GRAND SPRING OPENING A. A. MONTANO announces tho "SPRING OPENING" of tho LATEST MILLINERY. New nnd exquisite do b.kiib In hats and bonnets. Wednesday, March 12 to Saturday., y March 15th. A line new stock of Ladles', Misses' and Infants' Muslin Underwear now on hand. A. A. MONTANO Millinery and Dressmaking House, Hotel 8t. near Fort. .! r ?" r 'aJiwi - '.. -..: tiAV.,' "uii-it- -, ..jAjw 1 'jlAti-ii -it -,',. MiifcrtcWtt,: -.JwsuXL .,:.' -vWii&tai Awi- f ..