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ll 33 Queen Street
Live Stock aid Mi
On SATURDAY, April 28th,
AT S O'CLOCK 1'. M.
At the stables of the Morolulu Stockyards
Co., corner King and boa h streets , I will
se.l at Public Auction a larije and com
fife asortmet of HORbbi, COWS.
MULES, MGS, CHICKENS, BUiGU-S
Postponement of Sale
Under Instructions from I. Hustace,
Esq., treasurer of the Kamalo Sugar Co.,
Ltd.. fe audltrr's sale of delinquent stncU
n the Kimalo Sugar Co., Ltd., advrr'lsed
for W .w av. a It srth, at 12 o'cIock
noon, Is hereby postponed to
WEDNESDAY. May 2, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tny salesroom, jjQuesn street, Hono
u)u. IAS. F. MORGAN,
Lassoed a Chlnnmun.
A Chinaman, Alona by name, called
at tho police station this morning nnd
complained that, between G and 7
o'clock last evening, while on his way
down from Palolo valley near tho
"Walnlae road, ho was lassoed by threo
natives and robbed of $37.5u. Tho na
tives were mounted, one riding a roan
and tho other .wo, bay horjes.
With the ropes Btlll about him ho
was led up the valley road to a seclud
ed spot, whero his pockets were rifled
and tho money taken out.
Tho matter was first reported to Paul
lsenbcrg at Walalao who Is very much
Incensed about the matter nnd will do
all In his power to assist the police In
apprehending tho guilty parties. The
Chinaman states that all three natives
Short Kntlun Term.
Judge Wilder, Sheriff Andrews and
acting Deputy Attorney General Carl
3. Smith returned from Kalltia Satur
day evening whero they had been at
tending court. Uf tho four cases he
foro a foreign Jury thieo convictions
were bocured. Thero wero flvo vatcn
in which a Jury was waived. Nolle
prosequi was cutcicd In uu two wcro
withdrawn and two plead guilty. Thero
were uo cases before a native Jury.
Applications for dlvorco In two eises
wcro grouted. All civil ruses In which
parties nt lssuo wcro on this island
worn disposed of, but the cases ulwrc
titlier the parties or nttornojs wcro
In Honolulu wcro continued to tho Oc
tober term, Hawaii Herald,
Pharaoh's Gerp.nt Eggs, a
novel and startling play thing
which when ignited seems to
$c. per box,
asswtaaarau am. '"
Wulklkl Inn, I'U'uiJuiit roonm, lino
halhlni:, ficolluiit lublu mi J Hcrvlcu,
Dinner mid uuppcr urth ilrnlrlnu
our waconutte tun have t Bnt q uny
ddrtM y toltphoiilriK to tho Jim,
Jeory U, Almy, mnHnjtcr.
10 Krcsh CuliYoi'iiUi Milch Cows.
Whiter Srown Leghorn Chickens
Plymouth Rocks and Black Spanish.
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
UtJint tnttrtion; to centt $MmJ$nut
lin, tttnttxvttk J ottnt$ dmotb. IttttttU
estetf rrMiif ir vlfrrtA tbj fitafJt a Hanoi!,
FORI SIKrbl brtl'LUt ..LNI
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blart Jeweller. I lours: 9 to 12 a. 111.,
2 to q p. in.
We can supply the following servants WIIITt
LAHOWLNS: Enelneers . Lumber Wnrkrrs 4
Cnactinwn . Office Hoy 4. Drher. 4 Halntcr 1
.onk4 Cabinet Maker f (icneral Worker. 10-
CHINLSD t Irst Cook , Second Conkj, Stewards
aburer. au. Carpenter. 6. Dravmen t, Drivers 1
Stable l)ns t Oeneral llouscworkers 4. Cook. t.
I'alnter l. Stewards 1 Walter, a. Washerwomen 4.
Yardbov 6. Women Servant. j-POKTUCiULSt
AND HAWA1IA.VS Carpenters a, Painter. 1
Paper Manner. , Yardmen 1. Drivers 10. (.rneral
Worker. 10 Office llo4j i,i-im
I lie JV Ll sCl) AD .(Yslbst hOiJt-
1 Otsters MrneJ In the hell only. Iry til
famous Hail and t pc Sandwiches and CofY-e Co.
Hotel and I ..tt aire.!.. DICK ' Y, ProrrUtor.
WANT D-t-urishd Cottaie cirtraHy loca'ed b
r,liablepari AJdretsW tnl. cfCct, ij aw
UANTEIWn EXPE'IENCLD NURSE to can
V forchitdnn Lurooetn r mrlcan Dfeferred
AJires. h reference. K fiul etln offke. ijio-tl
WANTED Ctenone to know that the new CLUH
MUVlNO PAWLOrtS will op n May 1st a
lot King street n at to W W. Dlmond ,494-11
tUANrED-N. F. 0Ur,ESS doe. all kind, ot
VV .mall reralrln?. Lawn Mower, and Carder
lfo.e. are .peclalile. Lawn Mower, will be call
ei for. by rinln; up 320 Alio a tew tor ren'
Pn4.r'ii. . .Mfi.'T
WAN I tl AUn to know that Uwy can ki m
bv awhile barber tor i cent, at H. JEFFS
6tftt )-rt ttfeet. opn Ouh Stable. laoo-tf
COR RENT-OFFICE Apply to J. At Monsa-rat
rio. m Mercnant .treet
TO LET Flrtt-clai. R iard and Room, at the
Aloha House on Fort .treet. 1537-101
TO Lb 1 There.ldence ol John Ena at walklkl.
tarnbhed nr unfuml.hed. Larce yard and
house barn and stable. To let as a whole cr It
part Frr furfier particular., appl to JOHN E.N
at I 1. n .o. . omce, vuen sireei. ;404n
COR SALE Anew twnburnrr wl k'ess Oil Sim r
1 wittioei In rerte t condition for Xia.oo
at til. office for directions.
COR ALE ONE SET TOWLIR STEAM
r PLOWnow hire and teadv to dilUery. lor
particulars apply to
t5to-mi Queen street.
Several nice LOTS at Ka-
iihi Marine View fiom $"00 to
$1000. Half Cash.
L. C. ABlES,
Real Estate Agent.
GOOD ALCkOBA CORD WOOD. $u pr
cord, delhcred, Telephone jit. R. Llthman
POR SALE-CHOICE PROPERTIES at a Uar
r r.'n Lot with a houses on Wilder Ave.. Sisoo:
lot In Kewalo about u.coo squa'e fret, T1403; lot
with 4 houses, Income $40 per month. Sjooo. a-story
house and tot on Wilder Ave. $is: !i "" of le.se
land, lower Nuuami val ey. with a rouse and about
ai.000 plants ot different flower., Siwo; e lots Ke
walo (Queen St). $,oo: 1 lot Kewa'o iQueen SI.)
Sijoo: 1 rtsuence lot runenrxnu slope. iooo;
acre Palatia near King St Sijoo. Apply to J, W.
VIVAS, Postoftica lane, 14091!
FOR SALE Jijai Lease of a-story business
property on bcrt street .4 years to run. Giound
Rent $80 per annum. A barcaln. Apply to
ao6 Mer-hant street.
POR SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Vounr St.
1 opposite L. II. Dee, E. Inquire of u. E.
ITOR SALE $1000. LOT In tot portion of Kallhl
r slieJoitso. Applvtn
No. 110 Fort street.
I site JJJCI50,
LOT at Kallhl on main street,
No lol rt s'teet.
POR SALt-LAMib IN AIL PAKfS, Ub HI.
CUT UvJ M. VIVAS
t,-OUD-A MbD'Lfor an yard llu'dle. The
I owner can obtain same by cailm- at this flice
-d lient.fylnj It and rlnC lot tttls adve-tlw-ment.
pOUND-Number KEYS, evld.ntly dropped from
I a line near corner cf Ur tanla and fort streets
Jwner can have same by calling at this office and
paying advtrllseirent. xyn
NI FL JACKSON ha. opcn.d CLI.AMNO AND
RII'AlWlNG SHOP at the comer ot Nuu.inu
and Kukul streets. Gents suits. Ladle, (Hack Sk ris
and Hanaro Hat. a tplallv A" wU n.. e
RUDOLPH DUNCAN .tales Hut r is still in I'm
rock and earili business although ha fias sold tils
Interest in the ballast hutintss.
Oma. litih.l street In II It Hitchcock's law
R. IIUPDY'S Denul Parlor arc now oren.
illlo Kacc Truck,
Tho Volcano Htubleit Company luu
arranged with Muuugcr Kennedy nf tlit'
Walukea Mill Company for I ho rxteri
hlou nf tho nu'o truck so that it muy
ho juudo Into it oiiO'inllu courra when,
ever iiculcd, I'luiiH for thu KrumUtund
11 ru now under coiiHldorulloii nnd 11 h
hixiii as niloplf'l work of loiiidiicllnii
will begin. Muiiugi'i WIU011 jiiir d
flilMl o Iiuvii tliu Ji)It5i't' Ntund built
upon whi'i'ls ii) Unit Hid ilmv of Hi"
hiHHilwll iIIiiiiioihI from lli Ki'MinlMmiit
will not ha iioalnitiM. Wliuii Mii-'i
nin on, Urn Jiidut' Mu ml twu hJ woVrW
Into ifJlloii.-lwii J(flJ.
W. S. "WITHERS,
SMMNC INTM.I IPifiRf E
Weather Unread, l'tinnhoii. April 27.
Tciiipernturo Morning minimum,
05; Midday maximum, SI.
llarompttT nt 0 n. m. 29.9C. Knlllnr;.
Dow l'olut C7K.
lltnnldlty nt y n. m. 71 per cent.
Rainfall at Laukaha 1.72.
Diamond Head Signal Station. April
IT. Weather clear; wind light SW.
Thru nchouncis sighted.
Thnrpday, April 2G.
Sluir. J. A. CiimmhiH, Senrle, from
Hchr. Lady, fium Kauai,
Stmr. Clnudinc, McDonald, from Ha
waii nnd Maul.
Stmr. Mokolll, Napaln, from Mololial.
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Kinder, from the
Friday, April 27.
Stmr. .Miiinia Loa, Huiieioii, from
Maul nnd Hawaii ports; 0i07 hags k'i
gnr, 112 bags eolfee, 11 kegs butter, IS
.nils bananas, COO bags awn, !!U lulls
aides, 3 hogs. 13S pkgs sundries nnd
i.000 feet lumber.
Friday, April 27.
Am. srhr. Mary 13. Foster. Thomp
son, from San Francisco; 2,000 tons
general merchandise, 5 lioitcs and 350
'Ihnrsday, April 2C.
Nor. hk. Fortuna, Mlkkleseu, for the
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Friday. April 27.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Starlo. for
Hr. sp. Grenada. Putt, for the Sound.
TO SAIL THIS AFTKHNOON.
Stmr. Mokolll, for Knuuaknknt at t
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Maul, for l.nhalna, N'alilku.
liana, Hnmoa, Klpahulti and Kahului
it -1 p. 111. (Kuhulul, mall nnd passen
From Maul nnd Hawaii ports, per
itmr. Mauna Loa, Apr. 27 Judge Stan
ley, J. W. Kane nnd wife. C. Castendyk
Sladtlander, Sam Hnnnlo, David
Paris, C. Wassman, Fred Wassmnn,
Mrs. Dlsklnson, 10 cabin nnd 2S deck.
From Hawaii and Maul, per stmr.
Claudlnc, April 2C T. i-J. Wall, A.
Weill, A. ltichley. F. C. Smith. 13. E.
Paxton, C. Devercaux, G. i. Gchr and
wife. H. S. Johnson, . M. l-lilchcr. Dr.
11. D. Eliot and wife, S. Ilubota and
wife. Watanabe, V. D. Welgel, G. n.
Curtis, J. G. Rotliwoii, Capt. Mitchell.
a. W. Darnnrd, C. Graham, S. Watson,
F. Rose, Mrs. A. M. Drown. Mrs. W. S.
Dole, Mrs. W. A. Smith. Miss A. Smith.
A. IS. Kcpolkal. A. Sinclair. A. L. C.
Atkinson, C. Hcdemann, J 03. Llchtlg,
C. Kaiser, J. F. Howler, Capt. Ahlborn,
E. C. Drown, A. Hocking. Jas. B. Cas
tle, E. Kaiser, A. It. McLean and 81
Dent lis nt Sprcchcltivlllc.
Wallukn, April 21. Dr. Sabey of
Sprcckclsvlllo Is ono of tho busiest
doctors on Maul, in fact ho Is claimed
to be nccompllsnlng the work of two
men. But notwithstanding his exer
tions the death rato at tho Sprcckola
vlllo hospital Is said to ho nbout one
hundred per month.
Tho Walalaeale will probably sail for
Kauai tomorrow afternoon.
Adjourned Annual Meeting.
Ths Adjourr.eJ Annual Meetine nfihr
PALAMA CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY
COMPANY, LTD., will take place at tie
Company's office on Saturday, April 28th,
at 1 p.m. E.TIETJENS,
I5t it Secretary.
Hawulian Automobile Cunt-
There will te a Sneclil Meetlni' of the
shareholders t.f the HAWAIIAN AUTO-
AlUlliLb oU.. LIU., h d at the offue
ui Castle & Cooke, Ltd., on luesJay.
May 1 st, 1 poo, at 2 o'clock p. ru.
Business, the cunslJenition of a rerort
tf the Comm.tire on By Laws and such
other matteri as nuy come before the
W. II. HOOGS,
?e,reLry Hawaiian AiromoDile Co., Ltd.
IN THL' CIRCUIT COURT, 1'IRJT
Circuit of the Hawaiian Island. In
Piobatc. In thu matter of -the Kst'ilo
of John Hopp, lutn of Honolulu, J.ilm,
deceased, Inti'stnto. Petition buying
been filed by Kdwlu M, Marshall, noil-In-luw
of uald Intestate, praying that
Letters of Administration upon nald
cHluto bo IsHiicd lo him notlt'o In licrihy
Klvm tlmt MONDAY, tho 7th day of
uy. a. v. ivw. at jo o'clock n, 111,. n
tho Judiciary Building, Honolulu, In
uppoitiicfi 1110 iiinu uiiu piuco for iiuir-
Ink ruld pillllon, Mhi 11 11ml v. hero nil
puisonv (oiKi'niod nmy uppmr and
vhow Luune, If miy I hoy have, why
wild petition uhould not ho jiintrd,
Honolulu, Apill-Clh, l'J0),
i A, TJIOMPKON,
1. 1 Ay
DD VnLI-0WS AMMIVU.8ARY.
With n point commlttoo from all the
I"'lgcri In Honolulu, tho Slat annlvcr-
Rt V lif tlin Idrlfinnnitriftt ftrrirtr nf Oilil
I ni. wh was ccl'chratcd at Progrcsi
Hall . ist nlitlit. Tho decorations. In
eluding BymbollBm of tho order, wcro
the subject of great admiration. Thero
was much tho largest assembly of Odd
a cllows 1 ud lauiM rclatcu thereto over
seen In Honolulu. The musical pro
gram was ;-i bolow, preceded by n hlj
torlcal audi m from tho D. D. CI. S.,
W. C. Parke
Selection "L- Vlnslesa" Aubor
Amateur tlrchcatra, II10. Wray
Uro. W. C. Parke, D. D. U. I).
Contralto Solo "One Sprlug Morn
Violin Obligato by U. L. ftlarx.
Trio "Itomanco" Wolf hart
lolln, Jns. W. Lloyu; Cello. Wray
Taylor; Piano, 13. II. Oillcy.
Tenor Solo "On,y in Dreams" ..
ilro. ClniH I3lstou.
Sorenntltj 'Thoughts of Lovo" ..
iiocltntlon elected ..Mr. Allan Dunn
Jasper Jcnk.ua "Do Cake. Wulk..
Dancing with supper completed tho
At the Orplicum.
There was a good sized crowd ill tho
Orpheum lnat night, though many of
Its regular Thursday nigiucra wcro nt
tho Odtl fellows' celohratlon. Thoso
who waived tho dance In favor of tin
theater had no reason to regret their
choice, last night's program proving an
excellent 0110 throughout. Tho two act
farce presented by Hogan, of "Summer
Boarders" has enough plot to glvo rlso
to home mirthful situations and clever
dialogue, which are made tho most ot
by tho cast hcauctl by liogan In the
guise of a tramp. Several new songj
and their accompanying choruses were
Introduced with effect. The hula song
by George Taylor opening tho ball and
putting tho house in good humor for
the rest of uio evening. Of tho new
comers, much was expected and much
praise Is due. "iJaby Ruth" Roland In
stantaneously made an Individual hit
with every person In her audience. Tho
sorm of npplauso that recalled her to
encore after encoro wns louder than
any heard in tho Orpheum, at all events
since Hogan first struck town. Tho
young lady la exceptionally clover lu
every branch of her chosen profession
nnd should draw many shekels to tho
Orpheum coffers. Dodson, femalo Im
personator puts on a well costumed
act, Riiii;liiti In both soprano and bari
tone and presenting a well carried out
mimicry of the vaudeville lady artist
of today. Tho shadowgraphs, another
novel feature. Introduced by Stanley
furnished ten minutes' hearty amuse
ment. The silhouettes nre cleverly
conceived and well handled, tho move
ments of the various figures being most
natural. The shadowgraphs should bo
a big drawing card for tho matinee to
morrow, nnd the house will bo darken
ed for that purpose. The matinee s
week should bo better patronized than
usual with the shadowgraphs nnd wco
Ilahy Ruth as star attractions.
Certificates for Burial.
Hato KaumlumI, Hawaiian female, 7,
Infant of Poo, Hawaiian, still born,
8. 1'iic garni, Japancso male, 9
months, meningitis, Mollllll.
Pauelua, Hawaiian femalo, 100, born
In Puna, Hawaii, nnd died cf chronic
nephritis on Kunawal lano otr Llliha
near Jiuld street on tho Dwa sldo. Lait
Illness two years.
Taml Kobayashl, Japanese femule, 1,
meningitis, uowsett lane.
Charlie Ktiupau, Hawaiian male, 10,
Julia do Frank, Portuguese female.
cramps, uicnaru street. v
John Kulua, Hawaiian male, 17, tu
Yumnru, Japuncso male, .10, shock
from amputation, Queen's Hospital.
Horace Lewis, Hawaiian male, 81,
brain Injury, Queen's Hospital.
WllllllllU'H NcV IIOUH-H.
Wullukii, April 2L Dr. J. Weddlck
Ih hating an elegant mansion built for
him on Main stioet, Waiiuku, makal
01 the lao stahlu premises. It will bo
one of tho most Imposing residences lu
Walluku when completed, Ueo, lions
U also linpiovlng his jiroperty on High
strict on the land ho recently bought
from the ltlcharduoti milium.
Olorvulu'tt ficw Mfinfigcr.
Wnlluku, April 2L H. Kruso will
inot likely tfiiccied A. Jlancborg u
inaniigcr of the Olowulu plaritutlon,
Mr, Hurieherg liitmdu rclurnliiK to (iff
Tho nvtr popular JUInlir h"r It h
co m I UK u hounchold word nnd "will
ynu likvc it Kla( of Hcultlt)," In won
ofUu Iiar4 limn unythltiif U, Tin
fiiliciioii iJttlovu huii thu Linr un tup nt
A bptxnl MretlnR nf the? .tncldinMns)
ot 1K MWVAII N IJHVGOOlJSASSO'
CIAIION. Lll wlile held on Smut
d.iy, Apr I 2rttn, nt 4 p. m.; nt the stoic of
tits compiiiy toconiJr the al- oflle
Is K. HANAI'I,
No transfers of sli.ircs will be nude on
the books of this company on the 8th,
29m and 30th Inst.
A JlvldenJ on the shares of this com
pany w'H b; paid on the 30th Inst, at the
office of M. S. Grlmaum ,V Co,
Honolulu, April 26, 190?.
KAHUKU PLANTATION CO.,
t5iMt bv Its treasurer, C. Bolte.
FAMILY- LUNCH - ROOMS
At the olJ stand
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE U'LD'G.
HOSE Dolphin 5 ply, satisfaction guaranteed.
HUDSON HOSE MENDERS, nothing better
to use to repair an old hose and keep it in commission
a few months longer.
COtMET 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 75c.
Above goods just received per "CZARINA."
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Next to John Nott, Klne; street.
Pacific Import Co.
APRIL THE 23RD,
We will place on sale 500 Patterns o?
Guaranteed. Fast Colore, at tfSrSci a yard.
All thelVery Latest
O ) bale Alonday, Tuesday and
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
S, EHRLICH, Manager,
iiumsruY. iKiLur, Saturday
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
New : Program
Direct from th- o,kii. Circuit.
Clevcitai ui emu Wonder..
THE DIVI.nE DODSON,
America's Greatest iMalc Supr.ioo.
Funnier TI1.111 tvrr. and His Company of
COLORED MINSTRELS In a bream
ing I wo- ct Farce-Comedy, Entitled
Assisted by the Orpheum Slock
Watch (or tho Shadowgraphs!
SELECTED PROGRAM OF
Wednesday, at 5c per yard.