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THE EV1-K1NU DUhLETIN: HONOLULU, I!. 1 BArUUljAY, A1MUL !28 11)00.
7- K. P.TCE
II 33 Queen Streel
Postponement of Sale
Under instructions from I5. Hutnce,
Esq , treasurer of the Kam.ilo bucar Co.,
Ltd., tie audlli r s sale or Cellnqu nt Muck
nthe KtmalobiiRir Co., Ltdadv-rlsed
for Wednesday, A 'Ml 25th, at 12 o'cloc
noon, Is hereby postponed to
WEDNESDAY, May 2, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A my salesroom, 33 Que: 11 street, Hone
lAb. F. MORGAN.
On AONDY, April 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the Home Hakery Fort street, opposite
the Love Uulldint;, I vvill sell at Public
CHAIRS, TABLES, ONE LARGE
REFRIGERATOR, TWO ICE BOXbS,
CRO-KEKY AND GLASSWARE,
LARGE RANGE, COOKING UIEN"
SILS, BAKER'S MOULDS, ONE bX
CELSIOR SAFE, CURTAINS, FIX
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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New Moon on the 2Sth at G:53 p. m.
"Wnt'Piint nnd Counter Wiirpnnt.
Tills morning Captain Cliau. Opuuiil
of tho pollco foiuo caused n penal umii
iiious to lio iBsuetl against Olll'Ti' Han
ralian on tho charge of assault and bat
tery 011 his son, Abraham Opuiuii, at
Palatini chapel last night. A llitlo lat
er, a warrant fur tho ni i est of A bralium
Opunul on tin) charge of profanity, was
('educing the Force.
Tho fone of Board of Health paid !n
Hpcctoru will soon bo reduced to six
men, Tho commissions will l Iuhiip.I
Byron 0, Clark, formui Ciniimh.
sloiier of Agriculture, riimu lo town
from under his vino nnd llg truj at llwn
tliU morning, I In Buys things in n look,
lug well with tho fanners, nnd ho was
not afraid ot being detained In Hono
Tim irAiisport llNiicoi l wonl lo un
nuliiiruKo lust night and mtlltd for
Muiilhi ut tluybreuk,
10 Fresh California Milch Cows.
White $? Brown Leghorn Chickens
Plymouth Rocks and Black Spanish.
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
President. "W. S. WITHERS,
Yfa'Sa."'" la imi tfnmn unit iilill,rn'i
tCSt thmftil Mutltcn; to ttnll uconj wut'
lien; fo tin uttkanj wttiitld mantl. Ittttiltt
etittt aJvtthnmr tver ofrJ HitHotli eHooll
FOitT bl Krlil biiPLUY'ibNl
AGENCY, 404 Fort street.
Next Blatt Jeweller. Hours: 9 to 12a. 111.
2 to q p. m.
kupplv the following servants-
LAIIOHLUS. EnRlnwts J, Lumber Wmk.rs 4,
Loathmm I, Oflice llos 4, Dilttrs 4 Painter 1.
Cooks 4- t-aHn.t Mak.r 1 General Workers 10
CIIINLSC rint Cook i. Seenni Cooks. Steward's
1, StaMemena, Yardmen t-JAI'ANLC; Common
Laborers ?u, Carpenter 6, Dramen a, Drlsers t,
Stable Unvs 1, General Hogseworkers 4. Cooki 6,
Painter 1. SlewarJj J. Walters 1. Washerwomen 4,
arJbov 6, Unmei Servants 1 I'OKTUGULSb
AND HAWAIIAN! Carpenters . Painters .
Paper Hangers 1, YarJmen 1, Drivers 10, funeral
tV'niketi in Office Hnn. ijia-im
I OST-IOX TEKWIEU, lor.p;Nll anJ ears, esenly
L. markeJ. trown spot on ba k, answers 10 ntme 01
KewarJ at J McLam's i Urretanla M.
I O'T-AHIsikanJ Whte OX TtWHtrR; wa -
L- Ine collar bran g name l)r W. Hoffman. Ke
t-rn tj cjfliic un Heretanla s'rtet
TUB uWl LUNCH AM) uYsTEK kOOW -1
Outer serve J In the shtll only. Iry his
famous Han and tg banJvtlches anJ Cuff Cot,
IMcl and Kit stie.t.. DICK DALY, Proprltlor.
WANTf l)-furnlshJ Cot'drc certrally loca'ed by
vv r I N "r'v A'dressW thlsolfics. n 4i
tXPCtlbNCLD MJKSE tocaie
ren turorem r m-rtcan pteierrej,
Address u I h references K Bui ttln office,
- .' ii.. .i ..rr. m-i
WANTED Everyone to know that the new ClUn
slUVINO I'AHLOhS will ontn May lit at
loi Kin; s'reei n xl to W W Dimnnd
WANIED-N. F. nUKGESS does all kinds of
snail repairing Lawn Mowers and Garden
Hose, are specialties. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed for, by rliKliu up to. Also a tew for rent
Pn"l tret s446.1t
WisNl kD Aim to know that they can eet shaved
by awhile baiber for 15 cents at 11. JEITS
6iql4 sofi street, opn Ctnb Stable rmotf
COR RINT-WELL.rjRNISIIEI) COrTAGC.
I with three bednoms, llv n .rooi". dining mom,
kitchen, e-c: In b-st local ty nf the city. Inr one i r
tw. months. Apply to l: J. Chuicli, caie H"no utu
Photo Supply Co 1518 t
FOR RENT IFriCE, Apply to J. M. Monsa-rat,
No. la Merchant tfet null
TO LET-rirt-clas II .ard and
Rooms at the
Aloha House on f-ort street.
TO LET The residence of John Ena at Walklkl.
1 furnMii-d or unfurnished Large yard and
house, barn and stables. To let as a whole or In
part Fur further particulars, arpl to JOHN ENA
at I I, S N Co.'s othce. Qen street; 1404-II
r-OW SALE-Arew too burn, r wl kiess Oil Stove,
r wltimei In 1 ene t condition tor $is.oo Apcly
at tils oflice for directions.
COR "SALE-ONE SET FOWLrR STEAM
r piOW now here and ready for delKery. For
particulars apply 10
1510'isi Queen street.
Several nice LOTS at Ka
iihi Marine View fiom $?00 to
$1000. Half Cash.
L C. ABLES,
.Real Estate Agent.
GOOD ALGMtOUA CORD WOOD. Sis per
cord, delivered. Telephona 317, R. Llshman.
COR SALE-CHOICE PROPERTIES at a II. r
' Bain Lot with a houses on Wilder Ave., $1500;
tot in Kewalo about w,coo squae fret, $3400; lot
with 4 houses. Income $40 ftr month. $5000, a-story
house and lot o Wilder Ate. $1750; iV5 acresofle.se
land, lower Nuuanu val ey, with a house and about
sj.ouo plants ot different flowers, ffisoo; lots Ke
walo (Queen St) J1100: 1 lot Kewa'o (Queen St.)
$1500; 1 residence lut Punchbowl slofr, $4600; l;
acre Patama near King SL $4joo. Aptly to J. M.
VIVAS, Postolfice lane. I4if
COR SALES4no Lease of a-story business
1 property on I ort street s4 years to run. Giound
Rent i8o per annum, t barcaln Apply to
so6 er liant street
COR SALE-TWO COTTAOth on Youiir St.
opposite L II. Dee, Esq Inquire of ti, h,
FOR SALE J1000. LOT In best portion of Kalihl
No 1 o I oil street
I sin ISl0,
LOT al Kalihl on main street,
No i o I pit s reel,
TOR SALb-LANDS IN ALL PARIS OF THE
I CITY llv I M. ViVAS nli
LOUMl-A Ml IML Inr a 1 ., a-J Hu die Die
r nt!rr , jri orum nine Iy1al.11 .1 lint . true
-d uentljlnj 11 and raying for this ad il-n-nt.
POUND-Number KEY1!, evlj.nlly Jmpped trmn
I tlnrrar (oinerol Her lama and I uit smelt.
Ountrcan liav. sain, ly calling; al tills ull.i. and
palni; adv.iilseirrnt. ih
NI .EL JACKSON hit orenid CI EASING AND
Rl PAImIMi SHOP al llw comer of Nuuanu
and Kukul stie.lt, Gnus sullt, Ladles lllack Sk nt
and Panain. Hals a .perltltv Atl woks yu.r.weel
RUDOLPH DUNCAN stales Hill lie Is sllll in ll.e
rwk and ranli liitlnrst altliuunli Ik tut sold lilt
Initretl In Hi. lallatt luimitt
(Jltic.i llitlnl tlrtel In II
II HiKlifuiki law
Dl(. IIUDUYS Ptoul Piilufi at. now iin,
Tb ICrunlm Bulletin, 7ft ctiita pr
SHIPPING Un, IfrKMlh
Wenthcr Bureau, PunnliMi, April ..
Temperature Morning inliilmiiin,
CI; Mlililtiy maximum, 7'J.
Barumctcr at U n. in. 29.91. Irregular.
Dew Point CC F.
lltiiulillty nt U u. in. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head hlgtinl Station, Apt 11
.'S. Weather cloudy; wln.l light SW.
Four schooners sighted.
Friday, Apill 'SI.
Am. wclir. Okanogan, llcusch, 27 davit
from Port Townsend; lumber to Allen
O. S. 8. Alameda, Van Orteicndorf,
17 days from Sydney; passengera antl
merchniidlse to W. 0. Irwin & Co.
Am. bk. C. D. Bryant, Colly, 19 days
from San Francisco; Kcncm! mcrchan
dlso to II. Hackfeld & CoT live stock
to Honolulu Stock-Ynrds Co,
Stinr. Mtknhala, PcdcrBcn, fiom Mu
knwell; C100 bags sugnr for Alexander
Saturday, Apill 18.
Stnir. Kcauhou, Moahcr, froi.i Mcl:a
wcll; 2C00 bags sugar for H. IlnckfeM
& Co. and 1390 do for II. M. von Holt.
btmr. Kauai, Bruhn, fiom Kilauen;
7700 bags sugar and 23 bales wool for
. G. Irwin & Co.
Stmr. Nllliau, Wymnn, fiom Lalialua,
C00O oags sugar and C pes plpr.
Friday, April 27.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrlo, for
Am. stmr. Czarina, Seaman, vtlth su
gar to San Francisco.
Am. schr. Compeer, Larsen, for the
U. S. A. T. Hancock, Stiube, to an
O. &. O. S. S. Coptic, Binder, for San
Am. bk. Addeudn, Delano, for iho
TO SAIL THIS AFTRItNOON.
Stmr. JIaul, for Iahalnn, Nahilui,
Hnnn, Hamon Kipahulu nml Kahulul
nt 4 p. m. (Kahulul, mail and passen
O. S. S. Alameda, Van Oteiendoip, for
From Mnkawoll, per stmr. Mikahala,
Apr. 28 J. Jorgcnscn and C on deck.
From Makawcll, per stmr. Kcauhou,
Apr. 28 A. 0. Hansen and one on deck.
Fiom Kllnuca, per stmr. Kauai, Apr.
2S Mrs. J. F. Ilcrrey, Mr. Smith antl
two on deck.
From Lnhnlun, per stmr. Nllliau,
Apr. 28 Mure. II. P. Baldwin, M1&3
Baldwin, Master Baldwin and five on
AT THE OPERA HOUSE
A fuir Iiouhu was present lust cvenlns
at tho literary concert given by nnd for
Mr. Hnll which proved to bo a decided
Mr. Paul Kgry undoubtedly curried
off tho honors of tho evening. His
rendition of the Fantasia from "Tro
vatoro" was masterly and brilliantly
executed, and tho band under Prof.
Bcrger followed his Bights of inspira
tion remarkably well.
Miss Delia Griswold came In for her
sharo of appreciation. In giving her
hearers u variety in selections Miss
Griswold proved n claim to versatility
of voice most enjoyable as well aa tlo
slrable. Aspirants should cultivate the
acquaintance ot this little lady for
their own good.
Mr. J. L. llockwcll was In good voice
and sang a Wagnerian selection with
perfect raso antl repeated his former
successes. Messrs. Klston and Lnw
ton, ten or and basso eantnnw, respec
tively, sang well and can bo Included In
Honolulu's list of artists.
Allan Dunn's rending of "As You
Llko It" was given In splendid style.
Two beautiful numbers by tho main
quartet wcio appreciated. In tho near
future. Judging oy tho work already
done, Honolulu will linvo a quartet to
bu proud of. Tho voices blend beauti
fully and nro of good quality. Tho
gentlemen nio deserting of groat credit
and hearty congratulations.
'i o band gave Von Suppo's overturo
"Poet and Peasant" brilliantly und
uililcd not a little to the enjoyment of
Mr. Unit's reading of his "Poems of
tho Open Air" was thoroughly enjoy
ed b ythoso who could hear. Ho la
buret! homowhat under n dUidvnntgu
In his effort to muck u broad (fleet for
tho largo auditorium. Ho hns been nc
cuutuuad to giving leadings heretofore
In tho pallor and allowance aliould bo
matin for this In criticising iho illdl-
culty with which much of his rending
was heai d mid iiuderstooil. Many of
his selections showed u depth of
poetlo feeling wlili h has won tor them
i ncoinluina from leading viltlcu of tho
Mih. Howard, soprano, mid .Mr. Hire,
piano soloist, nIio wcio on tho program
did not appear. Mis. Howard was do.
taint tl by IIIikhs, being under Iho doc
tor's care. Her place was takim at tliu
last iiioiiH'iil by Miss llylnglon of (Mil
nign, Mr. like wus iiiinxpeitedly held
In quarantine aboard n mol in tliu
Tliu rcrenluy Bulletin, 76 ceuU per
Id Practical Use
New Yoik, March 8. Tho North
(lei man Lloyd lino will adopt the Mar
coni system of wireless telegraphy on
Its fiiBt vessels as a means of communi
cating with tho land on each side of
Qustnv H. Sell w ib, geuoint managing
agent, will urgo tho election of a lofty
mast on tho Nantucket fo'ith bhoal
lightship, about 240 miles from Flro
Island. This will cnnblo atcamshlps
to communicate with New YqiIc fifteen
hours before they rair.li their pier.
A series of experiments conducted un
the Kaiser der Qrosje, which has ar
rived hcrp, was succoi'Uid in every
way. From n sprit which had been rim
up from tho mainmast until Its tip was
135 feet abovo tho deck onu of Mar
coni's electrical englneem, who was on
board, communicated satisfactorily
with Borkum Island. u the in on lb of
On tho island of Borkum had been
planted a mast 185 feet lilh. Owlio! to
the disparity In :ho height of tho hpars,
the Borkum station lenilvcil messages
from tho Kaiser der Oiosso whllo tho
ship was fifty milet nway, whsrosis tho
ship received messages f.'cnt tho Isl.aid
only nt a distance of :3 miles, iircet
Ings nnd biislne33 messages were ex
changed by Captain Bartolmann with
tho oluclals of tho line In Bremen.
New York, March 9. Since the an
nouncement In the Call nnd tho Herald
of tho successful opcntlon oC tho Mar
coni system of wireless telegraphy be
tween tho North German Lloyd liner
Kaiser Wllhclm der Onsso nnd a sta
tion on Borkum Island, on the nortli
coast of Germany, the interests of lo
cal agents of trans-Atlantic Hues and
of shipping men In general hits been 'at
tracted anew to tho application of a
system between Nantucket nnd Nan
tucket South Shoal Ilghtxhlp. The
need of telegraphic communication be
tween theso points for reporting steam
ships hours beforo they nro duo at
their piers has long been iho subjeet of
Inquiry and discussion. Tho lightship
Is about thlrty-nvo mllci from Nan
tucket, and tho stretching of n eablo be
tween tho points has batilod mechanical
and electrical engineering for years.
Tho dimcultle3 of comrrunlcatlon, It Is
now generally recognized, can bo sur- I
mounted by wireless telegraphy.
Inwnrd bound steamships pass with
in signaling distance ot tho lightship, I
and If thero wcro communication to
Nnntuckct nows of tho sighting of n
fast liner could bo flashed to this city
from twelve to fifteen hours before she
could reach her pier.
The first reporting station Is now ou
Flio Island, four hours' run to port,
nnd to bo leported nt this station lin
ers have to malto a detour from tho
track of travel to tho north. Tho nd
vnntages of nn early report of Incom
ing stenmers aro ot .Incalculable value.
Emll L. Boas, general manager of
tho Hamburg-American lino here, was
appointed nt a confcrcnco of trans
Atlantlc Interests several months ago
to urge upon the Llghthouso Board tho
establishment of a station on Nan
tucket lightship. Tho success of the (
Mnrcont system nt that ttmo led to tho j
suggestion for Its uso nt the station
In a letter from Mr. Boas to Rear Ad
miral Hlgglnson, chairman of tho
Lightship Board, In which ho cited tho
varied advantages of such a Bystem.
In reply Bear Admiral Hlgglnson
stated that ho had already taken up tho
subject, having recognized Us great
Importance, and was not only ready
but anxious to put tho Nantucket light
ship at the disposition of ono compe
tent to conduct the system. SInco that
time last Juno tho matter has been
In abeyance. Ono cause of delay Is
said to bo tho question of tho validity
of tho patent rights of wireless teleg
raphy. CcftlflcotcH top Isurtul.
Hairy Cooper, half whlto male,
Kapua Kamli, Hawaiian male, CO,
eliiliosis of liver, near Korosono cnnip.
.liiflntho Fonto Monlzo, Poitugueso
female, fi2. gangrene, Klnnii stn.ct.
Knlml, llllll. Hnwnlhm reniule, 2
months, enteritis, Palnraa.
Infant of Sake, Japancso fonalo,. VI
boms, premntuio birth, Kalihl camp.
John Kalaiiawn, Hawaiian male, ti
months, diarrhoea, Kulkul and Itlver
Jacob Jergenson, Norwegian malo,
Id. meningitis, Punchbowl street.
Adjourned Speclwl Meeting.
HAWMIAN l-LliCTI'IC COMPANY,
T lie Ad) uriirJ Special MftlnK of the
dliove CnillPJIIV. Clllrd f llir Hirpi)nf
jiiufdliiR (he ivl.uw, will b held at
the nflirt! of thr H.iWill ii) Tfiitt (V IllVHt'
inrpj Co,, WrJnciJjy, May i, low, t
,. o'clk . . HOPPPIt.
UlH-jl brc, Maw, UlecttU Co,
ciiAi'.r.ci) with nomniiiv.
Knwlkl, Knluaopele and Piinahoa
wnu nrrcxlctl In Walalao by Deputy
Maishnl ChlllltiRworth yentonlay nf
tcrnooii on tho cbarRo of hlithwu i'iiIi
hery. This was the raso In wlileh All J
fMimitr unu titaaiiml nttit friM rut nt I
Vm.,..n iil.n lliorill,!! lll l""l vn
I.T7.0U. Paul IsenberB Rtjt track of the
men by going to tho school nnd Inquir
ing nftcr the whcrcnbouls of their fa
thers on tho evening of the robbery.
Tho cnno camp up In the Pollco Court
this forenoon but was continued until
Tucsdny morning nt tho rcuur.tt of II.
It. Hitchcock, attorney for tne de
fendants. Alfinicilii Kcmiilneil OtttHldc.
Tho O. S. S. Alameda, Yon Otcrcn
doip commander, arrived and anchored
off port lato yesterday afternoon. Dr.
Wood, tho pilot, post olllco man and
Custom Hoiiko Inspector wcut out In
tho pilot boat. Dr. Wood lcatncd tho
situation lu Sydney and tho Honolulu
pcoplo took dinner aboard. At 11
o clock, tho Alameda weighed anchor
nnd continued on her way to San Fran
cisco with eight bags of mall. No pas
sengers wcro tnken.
Fired $50 and CotstH.
Tho caso of C. Lanbo, of tho Star
Dairy, charged with selling adulterated
milk, was finished In the Polka Court
yesterday afternoon nnd defendant was
lined $o0 and costs.
HOSE-Dolphin $ ply, satifaction guaranteed.
HUDSON HOSE MENDERS, nothing; better
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 too.
NO ERA LAWN SPRINKLERS throw lots of
water and are cheaper.
W1LGUS 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, King street.
Pacific Import Co.
APRIL THE 23RD,
We will place' on sole 500 Patterns of
Scarborra Lawns, Corded,
Guurnteed.F6t Colorsi at 06r5c"3a a 3 ard.
All tlielVery Latest Spring Patterns.
On sale Aonday, Tuesday and Wednesday, al 5c per yard.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO
8, EHRLICH, Manager,
AY, SATURDAV f
Y MAI INLH. "X I
IHUUSHAY. f UIIJ
New : Program
Direct from the Orrlinim Circuit.
Cleveiest ol UiiU Womlcr.
THE DIVIVE UODSON,
AtueritVs Ortatcst Male Soprano.
Funnier Than Ever, and His Company of
COLORhD MINSTRELS In a Stream
liiK I wu-.'ct Fatce-Comtdy, Entitled-
Aslsted by the Orpheum Stock
Watch for the Shadowgraphs!
SELECIED PROGRAM OF