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THE EVMVINO BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, APUIL 25 1900.
10 Fresh California Milch Cows.
White & Srown Leghorn Chickens
Plymouth Rocks and Black Spanish.
W. H. RTCE
onolulu Stock Yards Company.
"W. S. WITHERS. Man).per.
It 33 Queen Street
Household : Fupniture
On THURSDAY, April 2 Ah,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr C S. Desky, cor
ner of Orten nnd Victoria struts, I "III
nell at Public Auct n ti e entire houstluld
furniture, const 'I g in nil' of:
Atoltojjany China closet and chairs,
Mexican onyx lamp ana stand, wicKei
ware furniture, oil pointings, w ter com s,
engrav nR, cmbrildered screens, center
rups, porti-res, I ce curtains, han vonv
oak extension table, ihalrs and h eboard,
oak bedr. om sets, chairs and tables, bed
dine "e'S lace uinoples. handsome oak
drcsslnji mirror, cu ly hair inittieScs. cut
Rlasswair, crockery, fine kitchen uten-lls,
Gumev ice box, meat safe, Garland stove,
rlL-SiJi la ltt cvHtmr unite laicrfrJ tl,eertt
& thHtflrtl irmliCfi; la ttntl MoarfliiKf
Iwh, la Mull d dnJ Co etnli a montt. 7rfi il If,
ebeaMitidxttUungtvtr onertJ the ttopli if UonotluM,
10 i.r 1
FOR RLNT "n ICe. Apply lo J. M. Alonsa rat,
JNo, iu Ai-rttianl tr-et Mi "
TO lET-Hrst-Cass tl ard and kcoras ai the
' Aluh. Huuse on I orl strut. iy7-m
TO LET The residence ol John bra at Walklkl,
I furnlsh'd or unfurnished Lame yard and
hum. barn and stiNes. To let as a hole or I
art rrlurther particular, a plv to JOHN LNA
it I I S N. t-o.'s odice, Queen street. i,6,-tl
8H1PPIR1! ISTki l IGKME
i-our s rut-Ei- employ .ient
AGENCY, .joj Port street.
Next I3latt Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12 .. 111.;
2 to q p. m.
We fan supply the follolne servants WHITE
l.AHOKI.Ki. Lncimers j. Lumber Workers 4.
Coachmen , Olnce llos 4. Drivers 4 Painter 1,
I ooks 4 Cabinet Maker t General Workers 10
CIIIM.Si: I .rsi Cook 1, Second C.nokj, Stewards
5. Stablemen , Yardmen 4 JAPANLSL: Common
Laborers av. Carpenters 6, lira) men a. Drltcrs .
Stable Hos I. Ocneral llou;orkers 4 Cooks 6,
Painter 1. Stewards 1 Wallers 1. Washerwomen 4,
Yardbov ft. ssonun Servants j-POKTUOULSb
AM) HAWAIIAN Carpenters a. Painters .
Parer llanrers 1. Yardmen , Drivers 10. 'K-neral
Woikers 10 uitue iJoS4.
WANT D-f-urHshed Cottare cu trally loia'id by
rllablepan. Address W. this oltic.. 15 4i
WANTEI)-'n EXPERIENCED NURSE to ore
lufchiidren luropeii r -m-rkan preferred,
Address l h references K Ilul elln oflice. uio-U
WANTED Ccrvone to kno that the new CLUB
HWln I'AKLOrtS will op n Atay 1st at
101 King f n in W ' Dwt.1 uoi-lt
WANlLD N I- UUxobbS Joes all klnas ot
small rrmlrlnir. lawn Atooers anJ darJen
Lawn oiowers win rv ian-
Itose. art -st-eclahles
eJ lor, by rlniln up 210
tew lor rent
WANThD-At.n to know that they can t shaved
by awhile barber tor 15 lenis at II, Jtl-FS.
610M t-nrt street, e.pr Club Stables ioo-ll
FOR SALF-A rew No burn.r l k Oil Stoe.
will oven In rerie t condition lor f 11.00 Apily
attllsoflicelor JlrtCtlons. ism-iw
COR SALE-ONE SET TOWLFU STEAM
.,.... ..:... I llv..... I o.i nun.mpnruioiiM.i
1CH15, 1UIH19, uMD.inuiainuoiuiuj, ..uu particulars apply to
one ptiaeton also lady's blcvcle. 1 C. BREWER SCO. LTD.
Tli nnnvp t n rhnl p elecllrn of ftimi- Mio-ntt Queen street.
tun and will be on exhibition from 9 tj 3
JAS. P. AtORGAN,
Several nice LOTS at Ka
iihi Marine View f.om $?00 to
$1000. Half Cah.
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate Agent.
Weather Uurcau, Punahoit, Apill 1!".
Toinporaturo Mottling minimum,
CU; Midday maximum, SO.
tintometer nt 1) u. in, 30.01. Inegiilar.
Dew Point 07 V.
Ittimlillty nt !t n. m. 79 per cent.
Rainfall nt Umkaha 1.51.
Dlnmond llentl Hlgtinl Ktatlon, April
2."i. Weather clear; wind light SW.
Tuesday, Apill '.
Am. bkt. llobt. Smlilcn, Klllmnii, 72
days from Newcastle; coal to onlur.
Wednesday, April 2.1.
U. M. S. Moaua, Carey, from San
btmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
hnnnmmilii; 0,000 bags sugar for 11.
llackfeld & Co.
Am. sclir. Pioneer, Mlkklcsen,
O. A: O. S. S. Doric, Smith, for
Stmr. Lcltiin, Dower, for Mnttl.
Utmr. Kauai, llnilin, for Kauai.
Stmr. James Mnkce, Tullctt, for Ka
Schr. Alice Klmlinll, for Maul.
It) hAII. I'lllb AKl'KltMlON.
... M. S. Moann, Carey, for the Colo
nies nt 3 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Pederscn, for Mn
kaweil ami Wnlmen nt 1 p. 111.
From llaimmaiilull per stmr. W. G.
Hull, Apr. 2.ri Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H.
lllco, Mr. nnd Mis. J. W. Hnll, Miss A.
noppe, U. Schneider ami four on deck.
From San Francisco, per H. M. S.
Moann, Apr. 2511. Arcntlt and wlfo,
C. H. Athcrton and wlfo, Hon. Cecil
Urown anil wife, John O. Carr, Mr.
Dodson, MUs Lucille McUoylc, 13. C.
Mellor, Mrs. 11. T. Peck, MiS3 Hnrriot
L. Peck, W. C. Head, Mrs. L. Hollnnd
1 nnd infant, S. II. Rose, Mlvj K. Shratlcr,
IJ. Wlchmnn, Mrs. M. C. WldillftclJ.
I Jii.ss K. Wlddillcld, mid 35 through.
Steerage Mrs. J. Wlnant, Mrs. 13. C.
Malllop and children, Mrs. A. A. Cot
trcll, A. S. Hyschhic, Miss Hanson, II.
L. Hudson, A. T. Mngulro and wlfo,
M. M. Smith, F. 10. Colby, Mrs. J. S.
Hucy, J. S. Huoy, Miss Kerry, Miss
Udenbcrg, Miss K. C. Wllllnnis, 1).
Llctitlg, Miss M. Douglass, Mrs. Itol
land and Infant, Miss Congdon, Mrs.
G. M. Cook, O. Urucck. C. Husk, H. Mot
calf, J. J. Grllllth, A. T. Proper, T. Ad
ler, Win. Horn, Mrs. H. Horn, A. Ilorgo
son, C. S. Miller, A. P. Musser, C. II.
Johnson, T. U. Young, S. NMcholas, (5.
G. Murasky, Mrs. Koswlck and two
children, L. Walters. II. Walters, Mrs.
U Walters, W. H. Potter, W. H. Bell,
W. A. Uorter, M. M. Smith.
I. O O r-. AiinlV'ei'Hary.
Members ot tho Order, whether be
longing to local Lodges or visitors,
who hnvo not received Invitations to
tho uunlvorsary entertainment on
Thursday oveiilng will bo supplied on
npplylm; to W. C. Parke, D. D. O. 3.,
or to the undersigned.
. C. T. ItODOEHS,
Sec'y Committee of Arrangements.
Monnn From 'Frisco
Tho It. M. S. Moana, Carey command
er, hauled ulongsldo tho Oceanic wharf
nt about 7:45 o'clock this morning Mi
ter an uneventful trip from San Fran
cisco, which port she left at 2 p. m, on
tho IStli lnnt. Tho purser reports
iiKiu iu iiuiieniic westerly urcezu una
dull weather with smooth sea tho first
two days; thence to nrrlval, modcrazo
cast winds nnd sea with rain. Tho
Moann brings freight for tho following
consignees: C. S. Hollowny, Miss
Clnrko, Mrs. Castle, Mrs. Church, H. R.
Worthlngton, S. M. Damon, 11. Llchtlg,
Hllo Drug. Co., Watcrhottsc & Co., W.
P. Alien, Mrs. A. II. Smith, Oceanic
Gas & Electric Co., W. O. Irwin & Co.,
W. (1. Gossage, Davoy Photo Co., C. A.
1 Brown, Bishop & Co., Haw, Plro Dept.,
L. B. Kerr, II. Morrison, Mrs. Noonnn,
uastto i cookc, A. Humphreys.
Three Iroquois Men.
P. J. McGcttlgnn, P. J. Kcrck mid V.
Hill, thrco men from tho Irumtola. wcro
nrrcstcit yesterday on the churge of
having stolen from Pearl Andrews, a
iTcnclt woniau, tlie sum of 85 In Unit
ed States gold coin, together with an
lvoiy liantl mirror, 11 comb, n nail flic
and n brnss clock. All thrco pleaded
not guilty to the chargo ot larceny In
tho second degreo In tho Police Court
this morning. Tho case will como up
A Special Meeting of tlie stockholders
of the HAWAII N DRY GOODS ASSO
CIA HON. LTD., will be held on Satur
day, Arr I 28th, at 4 p. in., at the store of
the company to consider tlt sile of the
business cs a whole.
E. K. lUNAPI,
I5 5-3t Scirctary.
The schooner Orient from this nor
arrived In Port Townscntl April 17.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
Change - In - Program
CONTINUED SUCCESS OF
The Hop amies
1 he Best BUI Yet Presented.
Watch (or tho Shadowgraphs!
Bu.lctin Newsboys Enjoy
Themselves at the Orpheum
By speclnl arrangement with tho Or
pheum management ilfty-soven picked
newsboys of the BuUcttn enjoyed the
nosplttility of tho theater last evening.
'I ho newsboy In every town Is proverb
ially a sharp critic nnd nn eager np
plaudcr, and the truth of this was lim
ply exemplified by the manner In which
tho Ugliest Joko was caught nnd ap
preciated by tho paper sellers. Hogan is
"do real ting of vourso anil "11 leave
my happy homo for you" Is bolng
wnlstlcd to death around tho Bulletin
ofllco today. Tho local hits of tho topi
cal song wcro promptly caught. Levers
and Ringgold nre "wela kn hao In tho
newsboys eyes. Danto mystified them,
though thcro was evident disappoint
ment that nothing cdlblo or drinkable
was produced. Heardo enptured their
fancy with his brilliant costumo nnd
hula makeup, whllo the closing net
ovokod their youthful patriotism and
sent .nein homo happy and firm In the
conviction tlmt the Bulletin nnd tho
Advertiser woro both "alright." Tho
boys behaved themselves In an oxem
plary manner nnd seemed In every
way thoroughly npprcclatlvo of thalr
GOOD A'Ci'ROBA CORD WOOD. $11 per
corJ, delUereJ Telephone I7 R. LUhjian.
Notice to Catholics.
TO THE CLERGY AND LAITY OF
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN
It Is mv duty as vour Bishop, now that
sotae reople are woiUlnp; to substitute cie
juation. an old pagan rite, to the Christian
tlte of Inhumation, to acquaint yai with
Ihe rules -adopted by the Church in re-
ardtf this matter.
On the 10th of May, R86, a decree, an
rroved by Pope Leo XIII, declares: 1st.
A Catholic can not become a member of
j.Tivr sncletv which Imposes cremation.
aid. No Catholic shall a k crem t!on for
hlmsdf nor for anybody tl e.
On the 15th of December, && another
decree, approved by the same authority,
declares tnat in ceremon es 01 tne cniiMi
must be refused to anv one not having re
traded IVs request to be cremated; but the
Church allows the ceremonies to be per
formed on the bodies, it home or 'n the
Church, cf those who are to be crenntrd
by orders issued by the Government or by
These are the mles of our Church in re
gard to creimti'in and my wish Is tli.it
every Citbollc In this country should
keep them as the Cliurtli Ins good reasons
for Imp' sine tlirm on net chlldten.
Yours faithfully, . .,
Bishop of Panopolls.
Bji4 jt ' Vicar Apostolic.
COR SALE-CHOICE PROPFUTIES at a Br
r Ra'n Lot with a houses on Wllaer Ave., $1500;
lot In Kewalo aboil 14. coo squat Iret, $4400; lot
with 4 houses, Income $40 per month, Sjooo. a-s'orv
house ana lot onwi aer Ave. sitco: lii acresone.se
lanJ. lower Nuuanu val ey. with a rouse and 4bout
ai.ooo plants ol different flowers. $1500; s lois Ke
walo (Queen St) $4oo: tint Kewa'o Itjueen St.)
$'500: 1 rrsUence lot Punchbowl .lope, $.1600; K
acrePalama near Klnit St J1500. Apply to J. Vt.
VIVAS. I'ostoMMline, 4vO'
Lease ol a-slorj- business
COR SALE $4500
property on 1 or
Rent I80 per anoum.
rronertv on I ort street 4 years to run. Uiouna
1 180 per anoum. barcafn. . Apply lo
ao ver hsnt street.
COR SAIK-TWO COTTAGtb on Younc bt .
r opposite L. H. Dee, Esq Inquire ol G. E.
FOR SALE 11000. LOT In best portion ot Kallhl
.11080x110. Applv to
1 WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
No. iio Ton street
COR SALE $950, LOT at Kallhl on main street,
six 7SX1S9. Apply to
" 5 WILLIAM SAVIDGE,
No. lio Tort street,
COR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OP THE
T CITY. By J Al. VIVAS n9
FOUND Surobir KEYS. vli nily dropped Ir m
a 1 lnj-nar corner of Per tanli and Fori streets.
Owner can have satre by catting at this oltue nnd
rasing nJvrtlseirent no.
I .1 L JCKSOV has open-d a CLEANING AND
hPAikiNti miu ' attne co ner 01 nuuanu
inj Kukul sheets Gents suit-, Ladles Black Sk ns
and Panama Hats a specialty am woks cinrin eed
ntJDOLI'll DUNCAN states lust hr Is Hill in the
1 rock and earth business although lis has sold his
R Hitchcock's law
Interest In the ballast busimss.
Oltiai llcth.l street In II.
Knuiil 8I1 I'ptnc; Notes.
Tho W. O. Hall arrived from llana
niauui this moinlng after nn nhscuco
of two days. Her purser reports a
follows: "Tho Wnlalealo was at H11
nauinulil loading sugar Tuesday nfter
noon. Sue wnl flinsh dlscliarglng to
ilav nnd call nt Hnmimniilti or Nuwlll-
will for Mr. Wlleox, arriving In riouo
lulu Thursday morning. Tho Kcatiho.i
was iil8elmiglng at Wnlmen. She left
for Mlliuti this morning, taking Messis.
Gay and Robluson as passengers. 11a-
namnulu and I.lhuo mills nro still
closed. Wnlmea Is closed for tho Rea
son. Keknhn will resunio In n fow
days. TUoro wcro 151,030 bags of su
gar left on Kauai Tuesday afternoon."
Hancock Snls Snturdtiy.
Tho Transport Hancock hauled
alongsldo tho Pacific Mnll wharf yes
terday afternoon as boon as tho Doric
sailed for tho Orient. According to
present calculations, tho Hancock will
not get away for the Philippines until
Saturday nt least. Officers nnd civil
Inns aboard were ashore In numliors
yesterday and today.
Kona Sugar Co.
STOCKHOLDERS WILL TAKE NO
tleo that the eighth assessment Is now
due. Dollntiuint April 3uth.
P. W. McCHESNEY,
The Regular Annuil Meeting of the
PALAMA CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY
CO. 'LTD., will be held at the com
pany's office onThursdsv. April 26, at 2
HUDUYS Dental Parlori re
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Ihe Books of this Company will be
ictosed to transfers from Wednesday, April
acltr, tcoo, to Monday, April 30th, 1900,
W. L. HOPI'FR,
iipt Sec, Hawaiian Sugar Co.
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer ami Builder of
WdltKB, 002 KING ST.
P.O. BOX 6)j. TllU 7&.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY
meeting of tho Pacific Hardware Co.,
Ltd., will bo held nt Its ofllco on Mon
day, April 30th at 10 n. m.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, April 23, 1900.
Certificates for Burial.
Henry Roberts, American mato,
Infant of Aplkola, Hawaiian mulo,
John w. Winter, Ainorlcan male, n,
cerebral apoploxy. King strcot.
Nclnmln, Hawaiian female, CO, para
lysis, near Wylllo Btrcct.
Ellknpeka Lawclillll, Hawaiian fo
inalo, 5 months, bronchitis, near
HOSE bjlphin $ ply, satisfaction guaranteed.
HUDSON HOSE MENDERS, nothing bcttr
to use to repair an old hose and keep it in commission
a few months longer.
COMET LAWN SPRINKLERS throw water
all over your vard and your neighbors loo.
NOERA LAWN SPRINKLERS throw lots of
water and are cheaper.
WILGUS LAWN SPRINKLERS, nothing to
revolve, throw plenty water and only cost you 75c
Above goods just received per "CZARINA."
0. MALL k SON, Ltd,
Next to John Nolt, King street.
Pacific Import Co.
J. R. DIas Fined.
J. B. Dins, clerk at tho American
Consulato, was lined $76 and costs In
the l'olico Court this forenoon on the
charge of furious and heedless driving
which resulted In tho smashing of Ah
Foo's carrlago and killing his horse.
Sidney Jackson, who was with Dins nt
tho time, was found not fcuilty and
discharged. It Is understood that
thoro still will bo a civil milt for dam
ages, amounting to neatly f:J00.
Sugut Price Advanced.
Now York, Api II 10. Aibucklo Urus.
today advanced the price of loflned su
gar t cents per 100 pounds. Two wcol.s
ngo tho Arbucklcs cut tho prlco of to
lined sugar (5 cents per 100 pounds.
This reduction was inado directly ntter
nn advance In the prlco of raw sugar.
Tho Amcrlcnn Sugar Refining Company
did not follow, and the advance by the
Arbuckle3 today hi lugs their piico uaclc
to tlint of tho Havemeycr Company.
urtlers wcro lecelvctl today at tho
Williamsburg refineries of the Ameri
can bugnr Refining Company to stnro
sugnr, nnd 20,000 barrrels were shipped
to Iluffalo, where tho company has a
storeliouso that will hold 00,000 bar
rels. The order to store sugar wns In
terpreted by tho employes as a deter
mination to close down all tho refiner
ies now In operntlon. It also was tak
en to mean that the Brooklyn Sugar
Refinery, which shut down rIx weeks
ngo, will not bo reopened for n long
time. In tho local storehouses It Is
said that 130,000 barrels of refined su
gar are already stored.
An Injunction suit has been brought
In the Circuit Court by tho Kaplolp.iil
Estate, Ltd., against Mary II. Atchar
ly, Allco K. Sponcer, Rebecca Kliu
maka and M. Pcrclvnl Kinlmaka to
keep tho defendants from proceeding
further In an ejectment .uilt against
the plaintiff which Involves certain
piopcrty In Honolulu.
Kainnlo Sale Postponed.
At tho rcmient of Robertson & Wil
der for defendants, tho hearing of tho
Kamalo Injunction was postponed one
week, under n stipulation that tho salo
of dclinrpient stock should awnlt '.no
APRIL THE 23RD,
We will place on sale 500 Patterns of
iScarborra Lawns, Corded,
Guaranteed Fast Colors, at ttsr,l'c"a a yard.
To Quell Strikers.
(Associated Press Special.)
Now York, Apill 17. In compllanco
with orders Issued last night soven
companies of tho 7th Regimcut left this
city today for Croton Landing, tho
other thrco companies of tho regiment
hnvlng proceeded to tho sceno of tho
strike Inst night. Tho 7th will muster
more than 1,000 men.
With twenty years expe
rience, King Bros, claim first
place as picture framers. You
will always be satisfied if you
have this sort of work properly
done. Enough said. KING
BROS.. 110 Hotel street.
Pa i terns
All tlietVery Latest Spring Patterns. .
On sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, at 5c per yard.
The May Flint, tho third largest
sailing ship In tho world, arrived in
San Francisco from tho north April
17, with nearly 5,000 tons of coal. Tho
only larger sailing vessels are La
Franco, n French ship, and an English
PACIFIC IMPORT GO
S, EHRUCH, Manager,