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THE EVENING PUf I KTI V- l(v()I VLV. H. I., HTUIll)Y. A PHIL 14.
Henry H. Williams,
WITH THE CITY FURNITURE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White. Hearses
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 8i8. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., nsar Vineyard St. Telephone an J Nlht Call. 849.
Architects, Contractors and Boildert.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder
'Store nl Offict Flttlne.
PUni.nd bstimatct FurnlihtJ.
1488 Hotel St-ect. near Bcrctanla.
O. A.Howard, Ja Roar.F.TRAir
HOWAKD & TRAIN,
Suit. r.Moltl Block. - HONOLULU.'OAHU.JI.I.
P. O. Boi 70). Ttl.phon. 989
H. JL. KEKK & CO..
Architects and Builders
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
ToltoboM 111. .
On W. P(
Btirdilt P. O. Box rrS
BBARD6LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms a-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 144'
Or ALL KINDS,
Dealers .in Lumber and Goal.
(junon affront. Honolulu,
THE HAW MIAN ELECTRIC COM
THE FINAL ASSESSMENT OF 10
per cent on the Capital Stock of this Co,,
has been levied and will be duiand pay
able at the Company's office April 20th,
The shares upon which this cs'c!sment
may remain unpaid after May 5th, 1900,
will be dec ared delinquent.
GEORGE R. CARTER,
Treas. Hawaiian Electric Co , Ltd.
1 503-1 wk.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the tenth assessment of ten (101 per
cent on the capital stock ot tho Hono
lulu Rapid Transit & Land Corapuny
will be duo and payable to J. H.
Fisher, Treasurer, at 111 Fort street
(upstairs,) Honolulu, on the 2d da;
ot April Inst. The shares upon whlc)
an assessment may remiln unpaid ul
tor thirty, days trora said date, will b.
. J. A. OILMAN.
' Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, April 2d, 1900.
A dividend Is due and pavable to the
Stocklulders of the INTER ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGATION COttPANY,
LTD., a- thtlr office, Queen street, on
Friday, April ijih, 1000.
C. H. CI APP,
1 504- w 1 Secretary.
Is now located with C. Grotte, tailor,
THE LAST CAR.
Tho lost cars of the King street Una
going to Walklkl and Palama pass th
Anchor Saloon. Tho cleverest mlxolo
' gists fa the city are thoro always to
put you up anything you may dcalra.
Drop In and take a drop before you
take the .car. The celebrated Seattle
beer is to be had here on draught A
full line of liquors, Including the fa
mous Jesse Moore Whiskey, etc., al
ways on han. Received per Warrt
moo, Rainier Bock Beer on draught
The Anchor Saloon la here to please lia
Markets and roenrs.
TAN Hit CO,
108 KING STREET.
9. J. JValleu, : : Manager
Wholesale and Retail
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Eggs,
Butter. Cheese, Sc.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block. Kin? street. J
Have been sacr-flced that you and I
nngliti at he de.lcl.,us Lewi,' Own
Cure Hams and Breakfatt Btcon.
Lewis & co..
Telephone 240. 1 1 1 Fort St.
rw.pboa.noUk.j6 .P.O. Box to,
Q H. BERREY. t Managtr.
Difficult Collections a Specialty.
toll Herntile Any
Room 10, Spreckel Build ng,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
nlttances. No fee charged unless collec
'on U made 1443
k.id other Rings, Watches, Brace
ts, pins, and an extensive variety
t Jj velry.
EL &. BIART,
intV PflPT STPFFT,
Depot Ortleo, Bliuriiluii street, near
Town Ofllce, Fort utreot, opposite
TEL. NO. C0l.
Delivered twice aunv to anv cart it
H. F. BERTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. Order left at either shop, or'office,
at John Nott's Jtare, Klnt; street, will re
ceive promp attention. I45i-tf
Monday, April 9.
Tills Is Holy Wc... ...... ...i..,. .....
specml services ui tlio Uatuuiu uuu a
AndioWB calheuiuis. m &i. Anuiew
theiu will be Uahy services uiutl lw
day at 0:30 Uuu If u. in., ui uuuu, u.
at 5 p. m. 'llie sloiy 01 tho Crosa w
bo sung at noon uuliy.
It Is estimuttd that there weio u,
wnids of 4.U0U Jupuueso and Culm.,
pies ent at the mass meeting prnlestlii
against tho Court ot Claims in the Ja
DUntRe HcllOOl lltlllHP vnul nn .,',ni.in
avenue Saturday night. This meeting
was, held out under a temporary stmc
turo In tho yard that was doeoratea
with flags of tho two nations present
ed nnd lighted by electric lights. Long
before tlio tlmo appointed for tho meet
ing, thero wcro vast crowds of Chl
neso nnd Jnpaneso on tho grounds.
'1 ho meeting opened J at 7 o'clvclc
sharp. Each nationality was represent
ed by a presiding ofllccr,on tit 1 stage.
Mr. WInam appearing for the Chines
nnd Sato Gungl, editor of the "Shun
Nippon" for tho Japanese. Tho Chi
nese speakers were Chunjr Ming and
Wong Shin; Japanese, B. Otsuwa, Y.
Soga and Ishlkawa.
At tho conclusion ot tho addresses,
tho gist of theso wero trana'ated into
English by Win. T. Kwal Fong and A.
iv. uzawa. ino uurucn ot I he sous was
n Protest niralnnt fhn norimnnnl nf thn
Court of Claims and tho rules govern
ing that body. The greatest of enthu
siasm was aispiayeu throughout the
proceedings and a more orderly meet
ing was never held In Honolulu. Just
beforo tho close, cheers vcto given for
tho United States, Japan and China.
At 10 o'clock this forenoon tho fol
lowing resolution wai presented to
President Dolo at tho Executive build
ing by n commltteo of Japanese and
Chlneso appointed for tho purpose.
Resolved, That It'ls tho-sonso of tho
Japanese nnd Chlneso residents of Ho
nolulu In mnss meeting ussombled that
tho rules nnd regulations published In
regard to tho Court of Claims nro un
fair and unjust nnd should bo changed.
That no claims for dnmrges should
bo presented to said Court for adjust
ment, for tho reason that under the
existing rules Justice cannot be ob
tained. That a copy of tho resolution bo pre
sented to President S. 11. Dolo by a
commltteo nppolntcd by the chairman
of this meeting.
Mond ly, April 9.
Colonel Ruhlcn, U. S. A. Quartermas
ter. In prlvato conversation with n
Bulletin representative, mado a ro
ninrk of such lmportanco that it Is
deemed proper to give tho public tho
benefit of It. Tho subject wns tho
growing scarcity of water, and Colonel
Ruhlcn said that, In bis observation,
when nn nrtesinn supply onco began
falling It fell away very rnpidly. Ho Is
of tho samo opinion as others who le
llovo that there must bo a limit to tho
artesian water resources of Honolulu,
so that It Is wlso to consider how far
tho process of tapping thoso rcsuurcca,
which began nearly or qulta twenty
years ago, may safely bo continued.
The colonel believes that tho progress
of Honolulu must sooner or later
ellmlnnto rice cultivation from within
tho city plot. Also ho consldero that
tho connection of houses with the sew
erage system ought of necessity to 00
preceded by tho provision of nn nbiin
dnnt and never-falling supply of wa
ter. Monday, April 9,
CupUiln J. T. Merry received by tho
last mall his commission as captain In
tlio United Stntcs Navy, signed by
President McKlnley and Secretary
John D. Long. Captain Merry has
placed tils naino on tho list for assign
ment to ono of Uncle Sam's big fight
inir craft nnd In llkelv n Jin nll.i
nnV time. It Will lin rnmnmlinrn.l
that Captain Merry went to San Fran
cisco recently 10 iuko ius examination,
preparatory to promotion rrom com
mander to captain,
Monday, April 9.
Arthur Johnstono, recently city cJI
tor ot tho Advertiser lias nccepted a
position with tho Bulletin. Mr. John
stono Is ono of tho best known news
paper men of tho city whoso capabili
ties as a nows gatherer and special
writer have given him a high i.tnudlng
throughout the Islands.
BENNER In this city, April 8, 1900,
to tho wlfo of Edwin Bennor, a son.
Monday, April 9. '
When tho matter nr m.i 1 ...,. 1 ,,r
Claims came up at tho Executive Conn-
.:u tins morning, Mr. Magoon, picsldem
of the Couit, was sent for, und on his
nlvul I'nsidtnt Oolo staled to him
hnt tho Council of Stuto having as
Himcd tho responsibility of stopping
ho operations of the Court, the Exccu
lve consldctcd that such responsibility
ihould rest with tint body mid would
ulvlso that tho Court ndjuurn to meet
it tho call of Its president nnd that
no oxpenso should bo Inclined pending
in appropriation to meet tho obllgo
lon. Tlio question was raised as to wheth
er or not the clerk should bo retained
0 recelvo claims. Mr. Magoon stated
:hat thero were threo claim filed on
Saturdny and he understood u good
many moro would coma In today.
About 1,000 blanks fo.- Hint; claims had
been distributed upon application. It
WUB llPCldril. Iimvnvn,' lint nil nnnn.
tlons should bo discontinued for tho
present, sir. Magoon slid that thlB
would bo ngrecablo to tho Commission
ers. President Dole, In nnsw:r to a ques
tion this afternoon, said that tho
Executive would probably if port tho
result of Us consldcatlou ot tho matter
to tho Council of State, adding, "Tho
Council of Stato Is in command of tho
TWO nctltlntlft Worn rnpnlvn.1 frnm Hin
Japanese nnd Hawaiian, respectively,
ui luumi uctcntion ramp nsictng to
bo allowed to remain theio. They wcro
referred to tho MlnUri nf tlio intnrlnr
to mako Investigation and icport.
Minister Mott-Rnillh rrml n lnttor
dated April 4 from tho Japaneso con
sul with regard to tho Court of Claims,
and the Minister's rcpl thereto dated
April G. Ho also read a letter from
Special Agent Hartwoll dated nt Wash
ington on March 2G.
Tho application of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. for amendment to Its
charter was deferred till tomorrow.
After the session a petition of Chi
nese and Japaneso relatlvo to tho
Court of Claims was prp3nted to
President Dolo by a representative
each of thoso nationalities.
At tho .meeting a petition from cer
tain business men was lecolved, ask
ing for the payment ot bills amounting
to 2418,04, for goods pU'chascd bo
tween December 189S and March 1899
nn nrrnunt nf PhlnoQA whn wi.rr wfua.
cd landlnc bv United iltntnt Innnnplnr
J. K.-Brown. No action was taken.
Monday, April 9.
Washington, March 31. Tho con
tract forlcarylng tho mall from San
Francisco to Sydney, N. S. W Aus
tralia, touching at Honolulu, .Apia (or
some other port In the Samoau Islands)
and Auckland, N. Z., will bo awarded
by the Postofflco Department to the
Oceanic Steamship Company of San
Francisco, ot which John D, Sprockets
Tho company, which now has tho
contract, was tho only ono which sub
mitted a bid. Tho compensation will
amount to about $10,000 a round trip,
seventeen trips each year. Tho con
tract will bo for ten years from Novem
ber 1, 1900.
Monday, April 9.
Tho Diocesan Mnguzlno contnlns tho
letter of Itev. V. II. KItcnt, resigning
his oOlccs of vlco dean nnd parish
priest in St. Andrew's cathedral, nnd
Bishop Willis's letter of acceptance
with regrets. When tho news was
first given to tho Bulletin, It wns said
that tho letters would bo published In
due time. Mr. Kltcat's reason Is,
briefly, that, in view of tho coming
transfer ot tho Anglican church hero
from English to American Jurisdiction,
It ts tho part of wisdom tor tho clorgy
to placo at tho Bishop's disposal tho
offices they hold that ho might bo frco
to mako such changes as ho felt the
present conditions Imposed.
Thursday, April 12.
Cnptnln Harry Evans todiy hsndeu
In his resignation to Marshal Brown ns
head ot tho water front police. Evans
has becomo solo owner In M10 stevedore
business In which ho nnd Rudolph Dun
can wcro partners nnd finds that thoic
is too much work to nllow him to ro
taln his position on tho police forte.
Marshal Drown lias accepted the it sis
nation but has not picked out n suc
cessor as yet.
Tucsd'iy, Apr.! if).
Prof. Kocbclo arrived l.i tho Nippon
Muni from tho Orient this morning
looking ns well ns when ho left Hono
lulu some seven months ngo. During
his absenco ho has been In New Zeal
and, Australia, FIJI, Ceylon, China and
MoniUy, April 9.
Tho funeral uf tho late Hubert Ho
npilt Baker took placo from Mllllaul
hall Sunday afternoon. Thero wcro n
very largo number of peoplo present.
Tho services wero conducted by G. J.
For Vancouver, per C.-A. S. S. MIo
wera, April 11 Jos. Brown, F. S. Har
rison, Miss Llta Wilder, Mrs. E, C.
Judd, Miss C. J. Adams, A. V. Peters,
Dr. J. T. Wnyson, wlfo nnd child, Lucy
Kekoa, B, It. Sutherland, wlfo nnd two
children, Nelson Smith and wlfo, H,
From the Colonics, per C.-A. S. H.
Mlowera, Apr. 11 J. II. Tugo and 35
From San Francisco, per O. S. S.
Australia, Apr. 11 Wm. Booth, Miss
M. Gran, Miss C. Howland, C. W.
Marsh, Mrs. Judd, Miss A. E. Judd, J,
it. Judd, Mrs. M. S. Levy and child,
W. Llndgren and wlfo, L. A. McCrea
nor, Wm, Morris and wlfo, Mrs, T. A.
Pettus, Mrs. S. N, Sexton, E. J. Ward
of the Week's News
8 n . .........
rrom me mi 01 war
(Associated Press Special.)
London, April 4. General Col
vllle and General French have giv
en up tho movement against tho
Boers castof Bloemfontcin and have
Joined tho main army. It doubt
less seemed to Lord Roberts a vain
attempt to send 12,000 of bis best
troops Into tho wilderness with a
field transport, In tho direction nt n
rlgnt angle with his chosen lino of
Tho Boers have probably moved
elsewhere, nnd If to tho southwest
General Colvlllo could as easily strike
them from Bloemfonteln ns by follow
ing tho mup across tho plains. Theso
Inferences still lenvo the situation be
wildering for tho tlmo being.
Tho enormously superior British
forces appear Inactive In every part of
'ho war field watting yet probably for
the accumulation of material for a
wlft advance on the Trnnsvnal fron
tier. The I,ondon military commentators
and tho public to some extent nro Ir
ritated and confused by tho situation.
Details received of the scenes on
Grccnmarkct Square, Capo Town.Tucs
day when Premier Schrelner encoun
tered nn English demonstration, show
that the Premier, tearing personni vio
lence, sought rcfugo In a restaurant.
Ho was hooted and tried to reach Par
liament Houso protected by tho police.
Tho peoplo shouted "traitor," but ho
succeeded in reaching tho House.
Finally tho people again sang "God
Save tho Queen," when ho raised his
hat amid tho cheers and was heard
to say: "Reserve your Judgment."
Lord Roberts did not meet nls wlfr
at Cape Town.- She will proceed tc
Bloemfonteln. Tho permanent bridge
at tho Modder river station has been
finished. The first train passed over It
Tho BrltlBh garrison at Sprlngfonteln
wns roused at midnight Monday by the
intimation that tho Boers In force wer
about to mako an attack, but not a
Bushman Kop, Saturday, March 31.
Tho British forco commanded by
Colonel Broadwood, consisting of the
Tenth Hussars, Household Cavalry,
two horso batteries and a forco of
mounted infantry, under Colonel Pit
cher, which had been garrisoning
Thnba Nchu, was obliged, In conse
quence ot tho near npproach of a largo
forco of Boers, to leavo last night.
Colonel Broadwood marched to the
Bloemfonteln water works, south ot the
Modder, where no encamped at 4 this
morning. At early dawn the camp was
Bbcllcd by tho enemy from a near
point. Colonel Broadwood sent off n
convoy with the batteries, whllo the
rest of tho forco remained to uct ns a
rear guard. Tho convoy arrived nt a
deep spruit, whero tho Boers wero con
cealed, and tho cntlro body walked
Into ambush and was captured, to
gether with six guns. Tho loss of life
was not great, stneo most of tho Brit
ish had walked Into the trap before a
shot was fired.
General Colvlllo's division, which left
Bloemfonteln early this morning, ar
rived hero at noon, and he Is now shell
ing tho Boers.
"Tuesday, April 10.
Tho Customs Bureau has issued a
comparative statement of tlio imports
for tho month ot Februiry fur 1899
1900 as follows:
Dutlablo from United States In 1899,
no.CGl.79; dutlablo from all other
countries, 1899, $295,219.11- dutiable
from tho United States. 1900, 90,031.
24; dutiable, 1900, all others $171,350.
88. Bonded fro mUnlted States, 1899,
$4,177.98; bonded from alt other coun
tries, 1899, $5,931.11; bonded from Unit
ed States 1900, $9,CI8; bonded rrom all
other countries, $11,237.(1. Freo by
treaty United States, 1899, SSC1 ,270.99;
freo by treaty United ritates, 1900,
$928,904.08. Frco by Civil Code, 1899,
U. S $190,007.45; by Civil Code from
nil other countries 1899, $35,290.58; freo
by Civil Code U. S. 1900, $233,970.91;
freo by Civil Codo from all ether coun
tries 1900, $l00.fcS0.71. Port of Hllo,
1899 U. S $74,029.12; 1900, $140,910.55.
Port of Knliiilul, 1899, U. H.. $17,803.97;
1900, $18,553.3.1. Port of W.ilmea 1900,
U. S., $2,702.41. Port of Kullun, 1900,
U. S., $11,099.47. Port of Pnlnoti, 1000,
U. S.. $3,000.10.
The total Imports for "Jlrunry. 1900
aro as follows: Dutlablo, $2G1,3SS.12;
bonded, $20,8S5.C1; freo by treaty,
$928,904.08; freo by Civil Code, $334,
057.02. Total for Houolu.u, $1,505,
890.03; Hllo, $140,910.05; Mnliukonn,
$18,553.32; Wnlmca. $2,702.4,; Pnlanu,
$3,000.40; Kallua, $14,099.47; total for
Hawaiian Islands, $1,751,223.21. Total
for two months 1900, $3,7J8,719.90; to
tal for two months 1899, $2,404,108.85.
This leaves an Increase for 1900 to
dato of $1,271,011.05.
Thursday, April IS.
Thero was an exceptionally good
turnout of tho members of Co. F at tho
drill shod last night to elect officers to
servo during tho ensuing year. Lieut.
Sam Johnson was unanimously elected
captain nnd Sergeant Short was made
first lieutenant. First Sergeant Wlrud
was elected second lieutenant. After
tho election, tho boys settled down to a
good tlmo, drinking tho health of tho
newly elected officers, singing, dancing
and listening to speeches by Major
Zlcglcr nnd Captain Hchtiofcr.
Kauai, April 8th, 1900. IK Uev. W.
M. Massle, Mrs, Allco Thompson of
Honolulu to Albert T. .Mitchell of
Now York rlty.
Wednesday, April 11.
Tho report of the Board of Immigra
tion for tho biennial potloil ending De!.
31, 1899 has been rcc.'ivod from tho
printer. As well as the usual stato
raent of tho secretary, tho report of
Dr. Chas. A. Peterson, Inspector of
Immigrants Is attached.
Secretary Taylor's report shows that
during the period the Board has grant
ed permits to various plantations for
tho Importation of nbaut 40,539 Japan
ese contract laborers, Tho principal
difficulty found with this clnss of labn.
Is tho largo numbor of desortlons,
which have Increased since tho new
nrrangement with (ho Immlgratlou
companies to fill the places of theso de
serters without cost to tlio plantation.
Chlneso Immigration has practically
ceased to be a factor
Tho Importation of European labor
has amounted to 009 men. women nntl
children. It was nntloln.Uert that fully
600 more would arrive but for tho mis
representations of Consul -ones at
Madeira. Of tho $30,000 appropriated
for assisting Immigration other than
Asiatic, $13,520 has bsan expended.
Tbo Gallcians cost $0,110 and tho Por
tugese and Spanish by tho utcv.mcr Vic
toria cost $7,410. Of ho fourteen
American laborers brought to the
country by Ewa plantation, nlno re
main, and will clear about $10 to $59
per month. Mr. Taylor a icport nlso
Includes a statement of tho condition
of laborers, contract and free, prepared
nt the request of tho .Minister of For
eign .Affairs. This contain:! ninny dc
talls.of plantation llfo secured from the
Inspector of Immigration. Attached
to tho report aro tables showing the
amount ot sugar produced and the
number of laborers employed by rath
Dr. ChaB. A. Peterson, Inspector of
'mmlgrants, details tho general lines
in which his duties have been ton
luctcd. Following tho ndvlco of tho
Minister tho reports on tin (laliclan
trouble have not been incorporated in
ho general report. Dr. IMeuon deals
.vlth his subject In a very Interesting
iianner both ns regards practical nnd
.hcorctlcal features. Ills circular letter
.0 tho plantations aro glvor and Inter
esting detail or the treatment of the
.aborers In tho field and tho condition
jf' their quarters. Many objectionable
features aro cited, Dr. Peterson adds:
"Thero la not an estate on theso Isl
inds that might not at somttlmo or
other bo open to deserved criticism on
some ono or other ot tho points noted,
but unusual and Infrequent conditions
ire easily remedied and it has not been
tho custom of this offlco to be hyper
critical." In figuring up tho health and
mortality ot tho laborers the reports
from the many plantations aro very In
complete. At tho closo of his report
Dr. Peterson says: "I am convinced
thero has never been In tho history of
labor on these Islands ruch wide
spread and general Intelligent atten
tion paid to tho care and treatment of
laborers by their cmployeni as It Is at
present npparcnt in the attitude ot the
Wcduesdey, April II.
Minister Young reported on the Ka
lthl detyulon ramp to ths Executive
Council. Tho camp wnj to havo been
abandoned but th.it two Jnpaiicto wo
men wcro ill of typhoid fovcr and could
not bo removed. Expenses at present
nro $820 a month, bu; Dr. Howard Is
willing to waive his salary of $100 :i
month there, and under his pay as city
dispensary physician visit tho sick wo
men onco a day. By retiring tho head
nurso nt $1500 a mouth and turning
out tho other pooplo, expenses could
bo reduced to $10 &0 a day. Thrsy sug
gestions wcro ordered to bo carried out.
Tho resignations ot F. M. Hatch and
Dr. Day ns members of tho Board ot
Health wcro announced by President
Dole, who stated that ho had already
accepted that ot Mr. Hatch.
Harry Juen's application to open his
licensed saloon on premises In Kin?
street at Lelco was granted.
An application ot J. II. Treshler to
acquire a strip of land nt King and
Bethels streets wns deferred until thi
Territorial bill Is passed.
Tho Minister ot the Interior was au
thorized to Investigate the Board ot
Health's reference about tlio Krwnlo
district, and It It Is found unsanitary
to proceed with tho legal remedy for
such cases. Ho was also requested to
tako action rcgnrdlug land south of
Oaliu prison condemned ns unsanitary
by tho Board of Health.
It was voted that tho Executive
Council recommend to tho Minister of
tho Interior that ho proceed, when he
has avallablo funds, to carry out the
recommendations of tho Kallhl League,
set forth In their petition of April 0,
for tho extension of Vlnoynrd, School
and Kunklnl streets to tho Kamchame
Tueiilny, April 10.
Dr. II. V. Murray, who went to the
States several months ago and who
paused through hero on his way to tbo
Orient in tho Nippon Maru February
16, is now a full fledged surgeon ot the
Toyo Klscn Kalsha aboard that ves
sel. Ho took tho placo nt a Japanese
surgeon who was detached from the
steamer on account of Illness and It la
now understood that ho will remain
permanently In tho position. As the
Nippon Maru did not com Into port,
Dr. Murray could not no seen.
Thursday, April 12.
Manacer F. J. Cross of tho WIi-pImh
telegraph company proposes to put at
auction tno nrst iciegrapnic message
received In Honolulu from Hawaii by
means of tho now system. Tho money
pnld by tho highest bidder to be turned
over to such publlo charity ns the pur
chaser may designate
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