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THIS EVKMIJiH 13ULiL.EIJ.JS; HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, . APUIL 26, "1900'
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7-. EC. RTOE President,.
-33 Queen Street
Life Stock out Till
On SATURDAY, April 28th,
AT 2 O'CLOCK 1'. M.
At the states of Ihe Horolulu Stock-yards
Co., corner King and Sou h streets , I will
M.I at Public Auction a large and com
plete aviortme t of HORSES, COWS,
MULES. TIGS. CHICKENS. HUuGli-S
r.iRuur.i.s Wir:i 1V5 nw.ive i
JAB. V. MORGAN,
Postponement of Sale
Under instructions from F. Hustace,
sq., treasurer of the Kamalo Sugar Co.,
Ltd., tr-e audlt r's sale of delinquent stock
in the Kimalo Sugar Co., Ltd., advertised
Jot Wedne.t(iv, A i-ll 25th, at 12 o'clock
noon, is hereby postponed to
WEDNESDAY, Aay 2, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 33 Quetn street, Hono
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase In
Nmoa Valley a beau' I fu! situated prope'tv
ceatalnlnE all the necsary essentials for
al.octsteid and where healthful cllma'e
ami picturesque scenery are In the midst
of historic surroundings and all In contact
with Improved grounds, planted with
various foreign frul s as well as supplied
with fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii.
The Jicrraee of 45-G4 acres In fee simple
and 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included In the Imirovements on the
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern
dwelling nous; furnished with sanitary
md other conveniences; there Is also sit
uated thereon a roomy carriage shed and
The celebrated Walakeakua (Waterof
the Gods) Falls Is In near proximity, and
ihecool, clear, spaikllng water therefrom
flows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity foi Increased Irrigation
to the acreage already planted and which
Is capable of considerable Improvement.
Fot further Information apply to J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu. March 28. I poo. 492-tf
Jmd other Rings, Watches, Brace"
lets, Pins, nnd an extensive variety
II. G-, BIAJRT,
WX pORr STREET.
10 Fresh California Milch Cows.
White ? Urown Leghorn Chicken
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
'lrZ'iJ-1" ' tolumu Ul'l inuillJ allfitult
im altitiflnt lutetthit; to ttnlt teeonJtutet.
ftuffj la ttrttt a VfUk and ,o etnil a montt. 711 II (Ai
tbtafitit AjvtrlitlHf tvtr afftrtj tbi ftofU of Honolulu.
COR RENT-omCe, Apply to J. M. Monia tat.
No. w Mff chant 1fe t. ni'U
TO IDT rint-cijm I) mi and Kooms at the
Aloha Home on I'oit street. 1,37-m,
TO LET The tnUence of John Ena at Walklkl,
' fuinlsh-d or unfutnlshM. Large yam and
house, bain anJ ataHei To let as a whole nr In
part For further particular, apply to JOHN ENA
ai i. i. a. n. uo.i omce. (juecn street. 1404-11
FORT STRhEr EMPLOY rtENT
AGENCY, 404 Port street.
Next Blart Jeweller. Hours: g to 12 a. m.,
2 to 9 p. in.
We can supply the lollovvlne servants WHITE
LAIIORLRb; Engineers J. lumber Workers 4,
Cojchtrvn ), Office llos 4. Drivers 4 Painter 1,
Cooks 4 Cabinet .Maker 1 General Workers 10
CHINESE: I lri Cook ), Seconi Conk j. hievvarJs
, Stablemen , YarJmen 4 JAI'ANESL: Common
Laborers au, Carpenters 6, l)rirren a, Drivers,
SubleUo)St, tiencral tlouscwotkets 4. Cooks 6,
Painter i. Stewards t Walters 9, Washerwomen 4.
YarJbov 6, Women Servants i-l'ORTUOULSfc
AND HAWAIIANS. Carpenters . Palmers a,
Paper Hangers a, YarJmen 1, Drivers to, floneral
Workers to Office llovaj. isia-im
ANT' D-FurrlvhrJ Collate crrtrally loca'eJ by
ruiarie party. AJjress vv tnisotnct, 134"!
UANTCD-An tXPEIENCLD NURSE to caie
V" for children. Luronem rr tm.rlan mefrrrtj.
AJJress vvlih references K Hul etln office. i,iolf
WANTED Everyone to know that the new CLUB
SlUVlNG PAHLOkS will opin May ast at
101 King Mree n XI n W W D mftft1 ,,o,.tf
WANILD-N. F. UUMibSS dots all klnji of
small repairing. Lawn Mowers ana Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by ringing up aao. Also a few for rent
Pensaeola street iu6-tl
WANTED Men to know that they can get shaved
by a while barber for is cents at f). JEFFS.
6toM Fort street, opp Club Stables laog-tf
FOR SALC-A new two burnrr wl k'ess Oil Stove,
with oven In rene t condition tor $11,00 Apply
at tils office for directions. nn-tw
COR SALE -ONE SET rOWLtlt STEAM
a PLOW now here anJ ready for Jellvery, Tor
particulars apply to
C. BREWER fc CO.. LTD.
t;io-mi Queen street.
Several nice LOTS at Ka
iihi Maiine View fiom $?00 to
$1000. Half Cash.
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate Agent.
;OOD AtGAROBA CORD WOOD. $ia per
corJ, JelivereJ. Telephone 317, R. Llthman.
COR SALE-CHOICE PROPFRTIES at a tlir
' ga'n Lot with a houses on WlUer Ave.. Jjjoo;
lot in Kewalo about 14,000 square feet, $a,oo; lot
with 4 houses, Income $40 per month, 55000, a-siory
house and lot on Wilder Ave. $i7jo;aK acresofletse
land, lower Nuuanu val ey. vvitha house and about
ij.ooo plants 01 mnerent nowers, i;ou; lots Kc
vvaio tuueen at J, 9)4l 1 lot Kewaio luuren
Sicoo: , residence lut Punchbowl sloae. S2600:
acre Palama near King St j;oo. Apply to J. M.
VIVAS. Postuflict lane. wwtl
FOR SALE $4500. Lease of a-story business
rrorertv on Fort street ti vears to run. Giound
Rent $80 per annum. A bargain. Apply to
ao6 Merchant street.
POR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Young St..
opposite L. II. Dee, Esq
inquire 01 u. c.
FOR SALE $1000. LOT In best portion of Kallhl
slie8oio. Apply to
No. ,io I'ort street.
POR SALE Sjjo. LOT at Kallhl on main street,
I sire 75x150, Apply to
No. 110 Fort meet.
FOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. M
FOUND Number KEYS, evidently dropped Irum
a ilnir near corner of Ber tanll and Tort streets.
Owner can have same by calling at this olfueand
paying adytrtlsement. 1304
Nl .FL J.CKSOVhasopend a CLEANING AND
RhPAUINU SHOP at the co'ner of Nuuanu
and Kukul streets Grntssull., Ladla Black Sk ris
and Panams Hats a peclllv A" wivks puarsn eed.
nUDOLPH DUNCAN slates that h- Is still In the
1 rock and earth business although ha has sold his
Interest In the ballavt business.
Office Bthl street In II. R. Hitchcock's law
IIUDDYS Dental Parlors are
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Deslgnor ami Builder of
W01UCS, C92 KING ST.
P.O. 110X6)). TEl. 760.
THI3 REGULAR QUARTERLY
meeting of tho Pacific Hardwaro Co.,
Ltd., will bo held at Its odlco on Mon
day, April 30th at 10 a. m.
JAS. OORDON SPENCER,
Honolulu, April 23, 1900.
Plymouth Rocks and
W. S. WITHERS,
HiFHIfcO IRTKU ifiKfti
Weather Hurcnit, Piiinhoti, April 2(i,
Tcinpcraturo Morning minimum
CI! Miildny maximum, SO.
Haromctcr nt 9 n. . ?9.9a, rftculy.
Dew Point CCP.
Hultllty nt 9 n. m. 72 per cunt.
Itnlnfnll nt Lunkahn 1.8X
Diamond Head Signal Stntloi, Aim II
2C Weather cloudy; wind IirIi: Stt
Tliursdny, April 20.
Nor. atinr. Hordn, Svenscn, C hours
Thursday, Aurll 20.
Stmr. Wnlnlealo, from N.iwIHwIll;
3000 baRs sugar for C. Drewer & Co.
Wednesday, April 23.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins , Senile, for
Schr. Millie Mortis, for Kauai.
Am. schr. Clias. U. Wilson in ballast
for the Sound.
It. M. S. Monnn, Carey, for the Col
onics. Stmr. Mlkniinlit, Pcdersen, for Kauai.
TO SAIL THIS AKTKltNOON.
Stmr. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, for Ko
loa and Haimmaulu nt 4 p. :n.
Tiom Nawlllwlll, per stmr. Wnlnle.'o
April 2C O. N. Wilcox, S. N. Wilcox
mid wife, O. P. Wilcox and threo on
Schooner Robert Lc.vcrB.
The schooner Hobort Lewera Is i-IIll
tllschnrglng ner cargo of ,;onctal mrr
clinnillso at tho Irmgard wharf. Sho
will llnish this work this aftornoo:i nnd
will then start on her bricks which
will tako until Saturdny. As the Low
ers loads after tho Allco Cooko nnd 1 lint
vessel after tho Diamond tl'jad, It is
not likely that alio will b?gin luldni
on her cargo of Htigar until the litter
part of next week.
Captain Goodman will tako the Low
ers to San Francisco nnd will bring her
hero with one moro cargo lieforo In
takes chnrgc of tho Wallnco D flint,
his new vessel. It is understood that
Captain Goodman hns been offered n
better thing if he will remain In com
mand of tho Lewera but tiint he will
Jerry Reynolds, tho liurd working
first officer of tho Robert ...ewrs, Is
looked upon as the successor of Cap
tain Goodman by the people along tho
wharves. Ho has dono ao well nbor.Ttl
tho Lewers that Captain Goodman him
self pays him tho compliment of Far
ing that ho Is competent to tako charge
of any vessel whatever. His work hrs
always been of the highest lIurj and he
hns never" failed to show j;rc.it des
patch In the matter of dlsclinignii; his
S. 6. Hordn.
The Norwegian steamship Horda, E.
ti. Svcndsen master, nrrlved In port at
0:10 p. 111. yesterday fiom Kaunaknknl,
where sho finished discharging her
machinery for tho American Sugar Co.
Tuesday. She brings to Honolul.i ltOI
tons of coal for tho United States Gov
ernment nnd 2S0 tons of bar Iron. The
Hordn Is now discharging nt tho Ocean
A picture of some Hawaiian
subject is sure to be appreciat
ed as a pr.-sent.
KING BROS, have the best
collection of moderate priced
pictures of this kind to which
they invite inspection.
110 Hotel street.
tih, A l IL.U. IStutuH.
Tho ever popular Kalntcr beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is more
often beard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the bear on top or
Tim Wnlnlealo will not iu out nu.iln
, this week as her hollcrri need iiUenu-
FAMILY - LUNCH - ROOMS
At the oli stand
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE B'LD'G.
No transfers of shares will be made on
the books of this company on the 78th,
29th and 30th Inst.
A dividend on the shares of this com
pany will be paid on the 30th Inst, at the
office of M. S. Grln'iauin & Co.
Honolulu, April 2(3, 1900,
KAHUKU PLANTATION CO.,
151fr.1t by Its treasurer, C. Bolte.
fO CONTROL TOWAGE WOKK
Something over a fortnight ago the
Council of Stato passed an appropria
tion of $C5,000 for tho purchase of a
new tug boat for this port. There wni
much tlebato when the proposed Item
was read, sdVoral of the members ob
Jcctlng strenuously to Its possago on
the ground that tho United States laws
governing territories mentioned sped
llcally that tho government should not
operato the towago business as Is tin
case In Honolulu today. To pas-i tho
Item would be to appropriate money for
a purpose forbidden by law.
Tho matter was looked up hul tho
men who mado tho objection could not
put their finger on tho law although
they had no doubt as to Its oxlstcnce.
Tho Item was passed
As an outeomo of the matter tho Wil
der and Intor-Islnnd steamship com
panies ns tho principal factors, nnd tho
main liiislncs.i houses of Honolulu,
have decided to form a corporation for
tho control of tho towage business of
As yet thcro haVo been no meetings
for tho formation of tho company t:u
that practically, tho wholo scheme Is
In tho nlr, hut liko tho showers during
tho present month, It Is suro to dcsconil
and beconio n reality.
Una of tho principal men In the
movement had U10 following to sav to
"Of course if wo find that the gov
ernment can ntlll retain tho towage
misincss or this port without an in
fringement of tho law, wo will very
probably drop quietly out of the
Bchcmo wo now havo on hand. If, how
ever, it should Do as wo havo contend
ed, wo will proceed rapidly with tho
formation of tho company. Tugs will
bo ordered nnd all arrangements made.
"No doubt tho proposition will bo
a paying ono nnd wo will not only
mako n ilttlo out of It but wo will un
sure ourselves of good work with no
moro dilatory tactics."
Trouble on Fort George.
Thcio was troublo aboard tho Port
George at the old flshmarkct wharf yes
terday arternoon. Tho flrst malo, a
son of Captain Morso, and the second
mato had words and later on, tho lat
ter with a couple of his sympathizers,
wcro discharged from tho nhlp. Tho
sailors complain that they are not get
ting fair ticatment aboard tho Fort
George. This morning thero wcro ru
mors that tho whole crew had quit
work In n body but this was found to
be without foundation.
'1 he Alameda from tho Colonics and
the Coptic from tho Orient, nro both
duo tomorrow morning. They will tako
Tho Nippon Maru Is duo from San
Francisco ivuiy 2 but sho will probably
arrive 011 tho afternoon of tho 1st.
Lnrgctit Consignment of Opium
Tho Nippon Maru brought 817 cases
of opium, weighing 33,497 pounds. This
Is tho lnrgest consignment over receiv
ed at one time at this port. Tho duty
will amount to $200,982, nnd the valuo
of tho opium, duty paid, Is ? 000,000. S.
Notice to Catholics.
TO THE CLERGY AND LAITY OF
THE CATHOL'C CHURCH IN
It Is mv duty as vour Bishop, now that
some people are working to substitute cte
matlon, an old pagan rite, to the Christian
rite of Inhumation, to acquaint yui with
the rules -adopted by the Church In re
gard to this matter.
On the 19th of Mav, t885, a decree, ap
proved bv Pope Leo XIII. declares: 1st.
A Catholic can not become a member of
anv society wiiicn tmp.ses cremation.
2nd. No Catholic shall a k crem tlon for
hlmslf nor for anybody el e.
On the 1 5th of December. t88o. another
decree, approved by ihe same authorltv,
declares that th ceremon es of the Church
musf be refused to any one not having re-tr-icteJ
h's request to be cremated; but the
Church allows the ceremonies to be per
formed en the bodies, it home or n the
Church, of those who are to be cremated
by orders Issued by the Government or by
some nthrr authority.
'I hese are the tules of our Church In re
gird to cremation and my wish Is that
every Catholic In this country should
keen them as the Chun.li lus good reasons
for Imn lne thm on hei children.
Bishop of Panopolls,
iS'43t Vicar Apostolic.
Depot Oillcu, Sheridan street, near
Town Olllce, Fort street, opposite
TKL. NO CO!).
Delivered twice dally to any part of
A Special .Meeting of the stockholders
of the HAWAII AN DRY GOODS ASSO
CIA HON, LTD., will be held on Satur
day, Apr I 28th, nt 4 p. m.. at the store of
ths coinpjiiy to consider the sals of the
business as a whole.
E. K. HANAPI,
'9t?-3t V. retnrv.
I. O. O. F. Aiinlvii'sury,
Members of the Order, whether be
longing to local Lodges or visitors,
who havo not lccclvcd Invltntlons to
tho nnnlvcrsary entertnlnmcnt on
Thursday evening will bo supplied on
applying to W. C. Parke, D. D. G. 8
or to tho undersigned.
C. T. RODOERS,
Sec'y Commltteo of Arrangements.
Kona Sugar Co.
STOCKHOLDERS WILL TAKE No
tice that tho eighth assessment Is now
duo. Delinquent April 3oth.
F. W. McCHESNEY,
HOSE Dolphin $ ply, satisfaction guaranteed.
HUDSON HOSE MENDERS, nothing better
to use to repair an old hose and keep it in commission
a ftw months longer.
COMET LAWN SPRINKLERS throw water
all over your vard and your neighbors too.
NOERA LAWN SPRINKLERS throw lots of
water and are cheaper.
WILGUS LAWN SPRINKLERS, nothing to
revolve, throw plenty water and only cost you 7Jc.
Above goods just received per "CZARINA."
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
.Next to John Nott, Kin;; street.
Pacific Import Go.
APRIL THE 23RD,
We will place on sale 500 Patterns of
Scarborra Lawns, Corded,
Guaranteed Fast Colors, at i3TCic"a a yard.
lOOO rVppqq Prilts Choice
Patterns 1L UWIO lllllLiCj Selections
All thelVery Latest Spring Patterns.
O.i sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, at 5c per yard.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRL1CH, Manager,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
New : Program
Direct from tlie Omh.iim Circuit.
Cleveiest ui vmla Wonder.
THE DlVliE DODSON,
America's Greatest Male Soprano.
Funnier Than Ever, and His Company of'
COLORED MINSTRELS In a Stream
ing I woVct Farce-Comedy, Entitled
Aslsted by the Orpheum Stock
Watch for the Shadowgraphs!
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