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THE EVFN1NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU,
W. KC. RICE
n 33 Queen Street
THIS SPACE KESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
MONDAY, TUE5DVY, WEDNESDAY
New : Program
Ernest Hogan and H's Funny Folks In a
"THE COON'S PICNIC"
IntroduclncSonES. Choruse', Stories and
Daiues by the Entire Company.
The Hit rf the Season,
"BABY RUTrt" (ROLAND).
ERNEST HOGAN, Assisted by MISS
CYRENE M. N WARRO, In His
"THE TELEPHONE. "
The Amusing Mechanical Vovelty,
THE SHADOW- .RAPH?.
The Albert') Prcdlciimcnt.
San Francisco, April 19. Tho bark
Albeit saiit'U iium tiunoiulu 011 Apili
Ctb ror this poi t without her .iii'iu.
As a result of a misunderstanding bn
twecn Captain Grllllths and the Amnl
can consul nt Honolulu, tho cniitnln
believed he had the papers and put to
sea, and may not discover his predi
cament until ho reaches tins port. Ho
will find them hero, however, for tho
Albert's agents In tho Islands for
warded them by tho steamer Nippon
Launching 0 the CalUornlnn.
Ban Francisco, April 22. Tho stcam
ahlp Callfornlan, one of the four hugo
vessels being constructed by tho American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company, Is
to bo launched from tho yards ot tho
Union Iron Works on May 12th. Tho
Callfornlan has a tonnngo of 8000, and
with her sister ships will ply between
New York, Snn Francibeo and Hono
lulu. Tho first to bo put In commis
sion Is to leave Now York within a few
rm Tt.'tw. f,wv . i,j m. . .
10 Fresh California iMilch Cows.
White ? Srown Leghorn Chickens
Plymouth Rocks and Black Spanish.
Honolulu Stock Yards Company.
VJ& attntjirtf tnstrtion; 10 ctnt ttconJimtf
ttont to ctnti a wttk aJ o ctntt a month. Itti 11 (
f fclf 4 iwtiutte ht94nltu
KJ.il aiK 1-1 curLui urn
AGE.NCY, 434 Port street.
Next Blait Je velltr. Hour: 9 to 12a. m
2 to 0 p. m.
Wicin vipi-ly the following: servant WIIITl
.AIIOKLKS. rn;incr j, Lumber Worktrs i
uahmcn t, Ofnce llos 4. Driver 4 I'alnter 1,
1 00k (.oMnet .Maker t Central Worker to
CHINESE. I Irst Cook t, Second C.ookj, StearJs .
5 suMenwn a. VarJrnen 4 JAPANESE; Common
latwer., Carpenters 6, Draymen 1. brlters I.
MaNe IJ.tys t. General llouseworkers 4 Cook 6, '
I'alnier 1. SlewarJ I Walter , Washerwomen 1, 1
VarJNiv 6, women Servants I'UK lunucsc
MJ (IAWAIIANS Carpenters a. Painters ,
"aper dancer 1, Yardmen 1. DrKers 10, lieneral
Vilt.M 10 f llfife ttov a. tya-nn
A, AN ID-A -ALLSAN lor tetail stoe and
'v h u.l rflshinit Koolto'f. dJre, stitlng
iKe.qjallfKationsanJ talaty. P O. Uox $jj, city.
ANTEO-ToHnSTASOrPCn sultiMe for.
D.ntor or itnilst. Arply to 4t) union suare
THE t)Wt- LU.SCII AND OYsTEK kOOvl -I
Dvtters served In the htl1 rnlv. Iry hi
lamous ha n and c jinJwiche and Cc ffe Cor.
(kill and F.rt stre. t., DICK DUY, Proprktir.
WANTED rervone to know that the new CLUB
-H-ViNli PAKLUkS will op n Miy it ai
101 K'na S'.eel n x. o W V D wi"."! .n..il
WANTED M.n to know that they can icet snaveo
tv awhile barber lor it cent at II. JEFFS.
oiqU Fort treet. opp Clnh Stable tioo-tf
I CVT. niac Silk LireJ lace CAPE. bcteen
L. Walk'klanJ riam-ay's stable al me entenslon
I Reretania street ai Karl, arl Road,
Jellverea to DR. O. W. II RGESS;
I oT A Black anJ White 'OX TERMirRIwear-
1- ne co lar bearhename: lir w. iionman. i
turntj oflireon Brretanlt sir.et.
T) l r T
COK RtNT-A lUkNlSllED HOUSE 18 looms).
r Afpl, at 8.7 Kin; St. "IP J. B Attiertcn's.
F")R RENT "rFICt. Apply lo J. M. Monsa-rat.
Nn. to M-rchartir it ijtitl
TO t ET Flrt-c'a B arJ anj
Aloha House on Fort street.
Rooms at the
TO LET The residence, nl John Ena at Wallclkl,
(urnlshrj or unturnlih.J. Large yard and
house, barn ani stahle. To let as a whole or In
part For lurther particular, arplv to JOHN ENA
t I I S N, Oi.'s office. Ou" street 1464-tl
aNTIQ I Oai Fi die tt.dwfimrror, Al'ntwi
" D ire Hioflaneoll stive, Anlj Mrs Co'lln
Cl'ls le Ian . 15
COR SALI-ATRACTO"LNr fiuit,d mtht
I Coterof W.Jiroia Kc.autioku strut
r term, ay ,0 JOIN F, COLBUBN
HOI StllOIDFURMn REwlh or without tnlec
room. Cor. Klnj; St. anJ Collage (irue
A. AKEnS. isao-jt
COR SALE-COrFEE PLANTATION In Central
T Kona. Enquire I A. K. Rouat at Ihe Club
FO !ALE.-A beaut lul new MILOI COW (rom
Ca"f rnU .r s.le. Arply to UK. JOHN t.
RIERUO, Sunny -until Cail at once. ijiowi
COR ALE OR LXCHANGE--Cli. Ice HOME,
YounL sttect. 9i0vf .
I). AVtRr. Germa-ila
COR ALE-ONE SET FOWLER STEAM
r IOW-now here and ready (or delivery. For
particulars apply to ,, ,.n
, HnCTTLII OL lW . I I Ut
i5io-rnt Queen street.
GOOD A'G'ROBA CORD WOOD. Iia per
corJ, delliercd. Telephone 317. R. Llshman.
COR SALE-CHOICE PROMFMTIbS at a Bar
r g.ln L.it with 1 houses on Wilder Ave., $1500:
lot In Kewalo at-out t4,too squa' leet, latoo; lot
with 4 house. Income S40 per month. $5000, astory
house and lot 01 Wilder Ave., Si7jo;i acres otleue
land,. lower Nuuanu val i-y. with a 1 ouse and about
ai,ooo rlants ot different flower, J1500; 9 lots Ke
walo (Queen St ) $noo; t lot Kewa'o iQueen it.)
$ 5110; 1 residence lut Punchbov.1 slope, Jjfoo; i
acre Palaira near King St. $is. Aptly to J. V.
VIVAS. Potolfirel4ne. 14W
COR SaLE $4500-
prope'ty on ror
Rent ISo per annum,
rrnpeny on Fort street 14 years to run. Giound
soi er hant treet.
COR SALE-TWO COTTAGEi on You.11: St.,
r opootltt L II. Dee. Esq. Iniulreol Ij. E.
FOR SALE $1000. LOT In best portion ol Kallhl
slie 80x19. Appl to
5 'WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
No. 110 Tort street.
1 slie 75x15.
LOT at Kallhl on main street,
LANDS IN ALL PARTS
By J M. ViVAS.
KIII,M)-A mi l)L lor a 1 o yard Hu die, lite
r owner can nbtali same by ta linn at tfii . fhee
d 1 e'lttjIiiE II nna rayinj; lor this
COUND N'umKr KEY. evidently dmrped Irmn
T a linn n-ar corner ol Ber tanla and Tort streets
Ounu can have sime by calling at this ulfneand
paving adv rtiserrent. 13
IW LL NOT be resronlble rr anv d.b s contrac
lnmyiamHltioutmy wr Its 1 consen1.
ijh-jw b. K KAIIAI.
Nl .FL JCKSOVhnnrend a CLEANING AND
RLPAIWING SHOP at the co ner ol Nuuanu
anl Kuki I streets G-nts suit., Ladie Black bk Ms
an I l-arn. Hat a p-f laltv. An w.k Pllrwn eed.
RUDULI'll DUM.AN sutes mat rn- Is still 111 lite
rock and earth business alfiouch he has sold his
lntrit In the ballast tuslnr.
Office Bcthtl street In II.
R. Hitchcock's law
R. IIUDDY'S Denul Parlors are
Tho Transport Warren was to sail
from San Francisco for Manila, via
Honolulu nnd Oiinm, May 1. Ah tho
Warren Is a fast boat, sho will un
doubtedly niako this port beforo tho
Australia, duo on May 9.
W. S. withers,
8HIPPINI. ihth 1 JGKNflE
Wiainur miuiiii, I'uiiuiiuii, May -.
rciiiiurntiiic Morning lnliiliiimn,
G3; MUltlny mnxtmum, 78.
Uarenictcr nt 9 n. in. 30.10. Steady.
Dew Point (JO P.
tiiiimtmy at 'j a. in. G'i per cent.
Diamond Head Slnnal .Station, May 2.
Wrotlur cloudy; wind high NU.
Tuesday, May 1.
Haw. bk Andrew Welch, Uiow, fiom
Jan Pianclsco, Apill III. I'aH.iiRcra
and mrrcliaiullHc to C. Hit wcr & l o.
Am. schr. A. J. West, Ugtlvij, from
Alicidcfli, Ajiril Sth.; 45,000 feet lum
ber, 2000 bundles laths to Lexers cc
llr. sp. M. 13. Watson, Wilson, from
Llvci pool, Jan Ctb.; caigo of s;ciioial
mcrcliandlso to II. Hackfeld & Co.
Stmr. KalulanI, from iCoolau pods.
Stinr. Kllauca Hon, Dennett, from
Illlo and way ports; 3,000 bags Kukal
Wednesday, May '.
Am. schr. O. W. Watson, I'eltoiT.ou,
from I'ort Townscnd; HS..MG feet lum
ber, 3.1,200 laths and 127,000 uhlngles
to I-ewcia & Cooke.
WcdncUlay, May 2.
T. K. K. Nippon Maru, Allen, from
TO SAIL THIS AFTEItNOON.
T. K. K, Nippon Maru, Allen ,for tho
Orient at 4 p. m.
TO SAIL. TOMORROW.
Stmr. Kauai, llnilin, tor Kolo.i,
Klcelo, Hnnapcpe, Walme.i und Kka
lia nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. Manna Loa, Slmcrson, for I.a
lialna, Maalaca, Kona and linn nt 10
W. C. ACIII IN COURT.
V C M I apreareJ in the Police
Cx'" th' ' ti nnnn on the two charges of
violating nil's tgai.dOof the new Sml
tarv reKtit.it ons of the Bo rd of IIcjUIi.
.Viarshi.1 Bit.wn conducted the prO'CCutltm
and Mr. Av.nl delendtU iiimsel. I he prin
cipal wliness s for the pr secutlon were
ur. I'ratt ana ua vin
In the fnt case, chirglnn; f"e dffendat t
with ker pint; unsanita'y premises on King
street at the foot of LI 1 1 , a plea of not
Rui ty wastntered Lelendant was found
Rulltv and sentencfd 10 pay a fi, e of Sjo
and cot4. In giving his testimony, Mr.
ichi stated t at he had tr ed to comply
wltn the 1 ecnl.it inn but found it impjsi-
b e on . ccount of the Htuation of Hie pre
mbes. To die a c ssrnol would mean tn
to II rd He 1 l.ice virv olttn. lie had
1 ecn lO'Ced to Irt ihr 'ast v ater run in'o
the s e. m near by and thei ce 10 ihe sea.
Mr. Achi gave notice ot appeal and will
In r r.im to the seco-d charee, req IrlnR
a lemrnt floor for h uses in vh ch water
is continually us-d and under M'hich there
N ontlnual dampn?s, drfendant 'tatrd
that 48 h uirs notice, as given hvtbe Board
of Health, was not enough time 'I hi
xit he could comply wl Ii. JuJre Wil
o x thought the same tlilnu and Rave Mr.
Achi until next Monday to at le &t makt a
beginning ot the work.
Alter the trial were over AU. Achi stat
ed th t lit coulJ not.-ud theref r-would
not attempt to comply with rule 16 until a
sewer was installed In Honolulu. The
Marshal ciuld cihe his arrest every hour
of he so chose.
A Fast Trip.
Tho ship M.'E. Watson with n full
cargo ot general merchandise, artlvud
In port yesterday, 114 daya from Liver
pool. This Is the best trip so far this
season. Tho Watson left several days
after another vessel bound from Liv
erpool to this port and pnrfsod her uc
foro many days. This second vecsel
has not yet arrived.
The bnnM played on tho Inter-Island
whatf ycbterday afternoon but thero
was no luau as announced by another
afternoon paper. Prof, llerger stated
Mint tho band was sent down to tin
wharves to play off tho Kauai stcam
ors by way of cclobratlng tho raising
of tho quarantine.
Tho crematoiy bids nio still bcini;
consldeicd with the plans. Nothing
whatever has been decided regarding
The Human Top, and
Will as t m Hi j Concert I'rotram at the
BALL In rme-vsn Hill
'I' liiinc-lnir nvinlnii
im-it ""' J""J u'wiiiiitj
Dr. F. E. Coudert,
OF NEW YORK,
Beret ania Stt-eeti opposite
i; 9:30a. m. to 12 m.; 2-4
p. m.; 7 8 p. m.
EiiRltslde, Vineyard Street.
Dlrienties of Children
ctf ygfy,' .'. i
Municipal Leagie Will
Have No Pol.tiis
A ineetlnp; of Ihe commlt'ee recently ap-
it fitted from he Yuuiu Mens Kes-ar. h
'tjbto o ftinize a munlcpil league It
Honolulu nice Idst ernltip, at h.ir;it
even nlock, In the S.ife Ue os t bill .1
ii r. Ihehewere rresei.t (icoig; it. Ct-
e . di.ilrmjn; U. II. Chase ( i. U. Mc-
. ll i , A. B Woo J, P. M. Pond and bd.
in re v..t ii.iie dlcuslon a to the
orni the t:w orKdilzitlou shoul I take,
the prh cipjl point being whethei the so
iletv should K'i Into p lit C. It uas
unii'lm ulv dtlJed tha the urbanization
sntuld hen'm-piilkcai. 1 ne draft nl tne
con-titiitliiu w.is gone over anJ aJnpi'd
tentatively Inacordince therewith the
mindltc will Inv te a number or leading
citizens it) attend the meetings, uhtii
nc essjrv, and cor ftr with the inemberi
n the scope the org nlzation should per
man n'ly assume, and tn press on the
orl nf the p esciit commliles.
I h League, under perin.ment orginha
tlrn. will eioe.tvor to rep 's; t. as ne.triv
,t poslole. he bes' jiidgin-nt of the ccm
inuiiitv. as a ell as tne i.irge-t tum.brr of
the cl'lztn wn will ta e pjrt In making
Hiiiinlu ti the city It slii'UlJ ne It is very
hl- v one of the fust Mirjecs tiken up bv
tne League III be conslder.t'i"n of a pro
posed charter for the municipality of
I he titst clause or the cousttt.tlon rf
thr League rectes th.it the peisonswho
unite themselves h the orcanlz.ition
are nledi-eJ to use their utmost lumen en-
deivor t advance i tl.e phys.cat and
moral Inttrests of Honolulu.
QUEEN IO RETURN.
Washington. April 10 Lllluokalanl,
the tormer Queen of Hawaii, N xb nit to
return to ter native land AvI tlrn of
gr p and disappointed at her failure to
s-ecure a pens'i n from this Government,
she takes a gloomy view ot life. For the
pist month the ex yueen nas been maKing
lier own shroud. Hawai ans always pre
pare tills garment with great carr. To be
buried In a robe bought or rena ed by
s'rangtts I considered dlscred'ttble.
The ex-Qu-en's shroud Is of the heavi
est white sitin, lined with purple sll .
Ctold c'asp, on v. hlch her coat ot arms Is
engraved, listen the gatment at thetrroa'.
It I pi .eed hi a -eautift I lose ciiket, and
nt present Is being shown to all the
Q. teen's ir lends who call. Lllunkaanl
will sill trnm san rrancsco aD ui me
ml -die of Mav. he will co dire Iv to
he- est.vrsiu'.t outside oi H noiuiu. Sue
savssh-will not put foot-again on the
soil ot the United States proper, where she
has ben treued so unjustly.
"senator rlo ir ha promKed to pi ice ner
nen ion on tre sun rv civil b II. but the
exOufel,lias '"'st all It Fe- " I "'
vm s nu anu nas a nriva e toriu ue vie u-
Ing liet an Income of $25 000. besides a
line etate and country palace. Queen
Lniuokalanl came to Washington a ytar
.io accompanied bv a rethue of attend
ants, and rented a furnistitd nous In an
nlstocra'ic portion ot the city. She nas
malntainel a semi-court.
Chinese Rebels Active.
Associated Press Special.
Chicago. April 25. A special to the
Record Irom Victoria, B. C, ays:
According to news received here by j
"Empe of Chl'-a" gr.at preparations
are being made ty the rebels 01 China Icr
1 olg revolution. A M tcao correspondent
savs the els not the sligitest dnubt that
the near future will see a vist army of the
retiels rising In the lmilor. Durng the
f..ui months of the pre-ent ear in) l ss
than 20,0 o Muer I'fletnt d a greatqna..
tity of ummunltio 1 and other wai material
were taken indud trm that p rt and
ciiony. On M 1 ch 19 a German st-amer
irrived thrre with caes 1 f wh.n p rpoitvd
to be ner.handie, but whhli leld 6,000
rules nnd a large st ck of powder nd
amiiHin tlmi. The cap'ain of ti e -ca nr
siid ill. arm wer- s -Id 1 1 In and Ch na.
llnrt and lirubant Advance.
Assj.'la d r;s ip-cial
Maseru, tautol.iiid, 'I ues Uv. Ap II 21
Hvei Ing Geier I- Hart and Brabant
covrrrd only a -no t dls'ancs to-day anJ,
h 'Ing .1 'otig lore; oirbtu w mem,
bv.iuat.ked on tne grjun J they ha J occu
Tne firing lias b-en desu't'ry and the
f.-nuiltirs very bgh . Ihe Hritisn ure
e.glug toward lie BisutlaiiJ DnrOer.
I'trsi tent rtmiorb are In circiilati 11 that
Oiminaiidant Ol vier, vith t.500 men. Is
pie,iirlin;tt attack (n-iieral Halt's reir.
I liere is n bln of tn- advan e o( Oen
eral Kuudle f oat De vft' I mrn.
Thero will bo cricket practlco at Ma
klKt nt i:'M ociucK. '1110 pitiutice net
will bo erected. A Inrgo attondance of
mcmbois la requested.
Tho return matcn between Scotland
and tho World will bo played noxt Sat
urday at Maklkl. Tho Hist game re
sulted In an easy win for tho Scotch
men, but In tho coming contest the
World's team will bo considerably
Association football Is practiced on
Tucsdny and Thursday afternoons at R
o'clock on tho Maklkl grounds and
visitors and enthusiasts aro cordially
HOSE-Dilphin ? ply. satisfaction guaranteed.
HUDSON HOSE MENDERS, noihinjr bdt r
to ue to r.piir an old hose and keep it in comnmsion
a few months longer. ,
COMET LAWN SPRINKLERS throw water
all over your vard and your neighbors too.
NOER A LAWN SPRINKLERS throw lots of
water and are cheaper.
WILGUS LAWN SPRINKLERS, nothing to
ravolve, throw plenty water and only cot vou 75c
Abjve goods just r ceived per "CZARINA."
Next to John Nott, King street.
Daily : Delivery : to : Waikiki
ANY ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMALL
dehwreJ from cither of our stores daily to
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 Big: Stores 2
The WatfTlwuse Store
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
Nuts, Raisins, Piunes, Swiss Cheese,
Dried Fruit, ttc. Roquefort Cheese.
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
We have placed on sale a
large variety of the choicest
direct importation from the mill.
We guarantee every yard to be
fast colors, We have the same
in dark and light colors.
Our price is
Cannot be duplicated.
We invite inspection.
Pacific Import Co.
jgLam.T.JwH?f- .cSa v
& SON, Ltd,
1 Hr-fta i
TIip Mclntyre Store
COR. KING AND FORT STS.
' t f 'lal