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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T . SATURDAY. MAtlCit 22, 1002.
Sara K3r1 J? ---.
New Stock of
Wright & Oitson
1902 Tennis Balls
E. O. Hall
C, W. MACFARLANE, Solo Agent (or the Territory of Hawaii
Olflee at Washington Light Co.
MOET & CHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used at tho dinner given by President Roosevelt to
Prince Henry following tho christening of the Kaiser's now yacht Me
teor. It Is the favorito brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs.
H. HAGKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Mrs. Ed, A,
1120 FORT STREET
0eu.e, .tiur. i,-A special uispaicu
from Juneau says- Information reach-1
ed Juneau that some time about New
Year's dav a tcirlflc. volcnnle ei-iin.
tlon occurred not far from Kchal on I "' hll,e bccn much sratllled by tho
Cook Inlet, about seventy miles above may applications of small couuuuiil
Engllsh bay. I l'eB m ""-' West for llbrni Ich I huve
After the eruption, or during the ,,eaIt w"h "bout rort' tllf''e- uppllcu
time, there was a tcrrlffic earthquake, t,on" ,0,lu3r an1 nm k'3'1 to W ,llat '"
which burst tho mountain nsunder. a" eept pcrhnps two canes I haw
leaving a large gap and the llamej Been m' to srnnt them,
could bo plainly seen from the village. "' llav'' considered the case of fiction
The ground at the town of Kenal ,no carefully, and I believe that If i
was coered with ashes and subsc- man gives his fortune to endow llbrar
quently a tidal wave came in which did ,n lle mRht ''" "c" lo tor "etlun Icsn
much damage. The wnter lu tho Inlet tha" ihne ri1 o1''-"
roso to a great height and terror Af,er ,lle "Inner .Mr. Caineglo was
reigned throughout the Ullage. I asked for a llt of the libraries he had
The mountain was Mill smoking at I'lidowed today, but said he was unable
the time the letter was wrltteu and ,0 KUc " Up ld. however, thut tho
Wcaslonally laige quantities of lava application for u llbiaij fiom Albany,
were thrown therefrom. N Y.. was one of them, and he thought
Tae letter bringing this Infoimutlon.
Is from the Itusslan priest at Kenal,
who at one tlruo resided in Juneau
The Kxcelslar did not stop here going
down and consequently tho Informa-'
tlon which was sent here did not ur-
rive until thy return of tho boat. I
The Bteame'r at this time of year cun-,
not make Kenal and tho letter wus
brought out to the nearest oltlce by a
native. The Dfaoovery will unduubt-,
cdly have fuller particulars.
until next week on account of
a Inclement weather.
Gr.d Production of a o.rle. ot
iasWent Hawaiian History adapted
It to stsce by the
FOIIOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In Kngllsh by Native
Hawallans. A Melodruma In two sets,
Hhs Lady o! the Twilight
Nor Scenes New Ciutomei New Songs
A Bsslcal Interlude by the couipaay.
Lndiiig oi Lono and His Death
afcrcters by th Company
T)keta on sU at Wail. NlubuU Co.
Tennis players will find our slock
of goods complete nntl of the highest
grade We havo nlso 'received some
thing that will Interest baseball play
ers, consisting of n full line of
Sporting goods of all kinds always
In stock, for Golfers. Tennis Players,
Pootball Players, Dascball Players,
& Son, Ltd.
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on Installment plan.
Special iittintloii paid" to re
pair work of machines of nil
makes by an expert fioni fac
toi. Also supplies for all ma
ihlnes on hand
SERVICE - -
OPPICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
Pirst-clnss Gmbalmer from S. F.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL. MAIN 179.
New York, Mar 13. Andrew C'urnc
glu was the chief guest and principal
ispiaker tonight at the seventh annual
dinner of the New York Library Club
Am,'nK ,ho otlier Bl,c8ls u,,c 300 "'
brarUn" of Ne ork clt' al"1 ua'
" ,y' ,Mr Carnegie, on the subject of
I libraries for rural eommiinltlcs. said:
", '"" "e nun girii was iu.uuu.
SHERIDAN AT 'FKI8C0.
The transpoit Sheridan airbed In
San Pranclsco at mldnlKht on the ll'tlt
Inst., and landed many of the ictuin-
Ing Roldlers at tho detention enmp at
Angel Island the next day, Pulrly good
weather was met with on tho trip. Only
seventy-die days were occupied In
making tho round trip. This whs tint
ery best time ever made by the Sherl
dan The transport officers if ported al
San Pranclsco that when 120 miles out
of Manila on the homeward tilp. an let
floe about ten miles long was passed.
Us presence so far southwaid wns tli
occasion for much remark.
UREAK BLOCKHOUSE LINE.
Vy! M,rch 1L - Comnt
ll.illhtnn n-n.. til. ..- f..1
Mcntx. with the Hellbron command of
lloers. Ill (ike throuilh the Helllirun
Wulichnek blotlchouse Una at Qotton
burg last night. The Doers had been
pursued for several days So far as
known, onlv one Door was killed The
Ililtlsh columns, during tho pursuit of
Commimhnt Mentx, picked up bentter
ed parties of Doers aggregating lit t
BOBIt ENVOYS IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, Man h H. The llocn en
voys, Wolmarans und Wessels, ac
companied by Montagu Wlilto, arrived
hero today. Their visit to Chicago Ib
said to be for the purpose of confer
ring with office! s of the Chicago
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Saturday , ...
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Sundfty ......... it
t 46 o II
Hill moon on the 23d at 4, CI p. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knhulul and Hllo occur
about on hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
li.ut of tho meridian of 157.30. Tho
ttmo whistle ..ows at 1:20 p. m., whlcn
is the same as Greenwich. Oil 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero
a branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
Onico located In the Merchants' Ex
rhango, where is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, complete seta
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dnll matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Hiireau, 1'iinalioii, March
22. Temperntme Morning minimum,
CS; Midday maximum, "'..
Harometer at 9 a in 30 01. Irregular
rtalnfall 0 80
Dew Point MP
Humidity at t a m 77 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station. March
i 2 Weather hazy; wind fresh NE.
Pour Indus of rain fell at LuaKalm.
"" " Saturday, Match 22.
Str Kcauhou, Mosher, from Kolo?
with 775 bags of sugar.
Am. schr. Olga, Wnldwlck. CI dayf
from Newcastle with coal.
V 3. A. T. Hancock, AVIlson7 days
fiom San Pranclsco with troops for
Am sp. IMward Sew all. Quick, ii
days from Oyster Harbor.
Saturday. March 22.
O. & O. S S. Gaelic. Pinch, for San
Am. Iik. It. P. Itlthct, McPhall, fur
San Pranclsco with sugar.
Ahln und Maulua, the two natUes nr
lested In connection with a taro patch
scjuabblo with u Chlnnmuu In Pauu.t
valley on the 12th lust., uppenrcd in
the Police Court for trial this morn
ing with S. K. Ka-ue us their attorney,
A. A. Wilder appeared for the p'roseiu
tlon. Ah Kwul, the Chinaman whose
llugei was bioken in thu struggle. In
slMcd that the natives tried to steal
some taro and that, In trying to retain
his property, he was struck and badly
The natives put up a .story ubout the
Chlnnuicn filling up the common high
way with tuio so that Ahla could not
get past. '1 he latter pushed some ot
tho tuio Into the patch und this pied
pltated a light, three Cblname-u piling
themselves on top ot Ahla Maulua
ran out and tried to pull Ahla away
but was prevented from t.o doing by
tho Chlnamrn attacking Mm In return
He thereupon returned to his house,
procured an empty revolver and suc
ceeded In picKimdlug the Chinamen to
let go of the other native. He whs
again nttarked und the revolver knock
ed out of his hand.
In his summary of the case. Attor
ney Ka-ne said he knew the habits ot
Chinese veiy well They were prone to
make a mountain out of a mole hill.
Judge Wilcox answeied thut he knew
somewhat of (lie habits of natives.
When Chinese happened to be pulling
taro, those living near were In the
habit of making uwuy with a few tu
bers. He for one did not believe In
the right of way aigument. That was
evidently mi afterthought. Defendants
weic found guilty and sentenced to pay
n tine of V und' costs each. An appeal
When Ahla made his (list appear
ance before Judge Wilcox a couple ot
days ago. he hud no attorney nnd at
that time the statement thut he was
di imk at the time the tiouble occurred
and theiefoin did not know what he
had done Ills mind seemed to have
chined very much between thut time
and this morning as ho described tha
whole thing down to the minutest de
tails, mi) lug nmong other things that
the Chlnumeu hnd held him down fur
about a hull hour.
HALE OP IRON VE8HELH.
San Pranclsco, Mar, tC Shlpowncis
are Interested In the prospective Mle
of the ship Star ot Prance and thu
balk Himalaya, both lion vessels ot
good repute, owned by J. J, .Moure &
Co., and which, on account of u divi
sion nf owneishlp, are to be offeied at
am tlon in the Mci chants' Exchange
on the ufteruoou of March 2fi, The Star
of Prance, for the last twu years un
der c nmmand of Captain Klslier, Is re
gauled b) many set-failng men ui the
fastest ship now lu this port Shu Is
one of the well known "Stur" lluo, and
has many a smart patatuge leconlc-d In
her log book She und the bark
lllmulaya are both tinder clutter to
carry caigois to Dilstol bay, Alaska,
the ship at the late of UU0 u month
mid the bark at the tatn or $800 a
month. The charteis go with the
vessels when they are sold Spirited
bidding on tho vessels is anticipated.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
la the store formerly eccp(4 by
II. W. Fettsr.
Mii),i mm urn
THE LOOMS OF NEW ENULAND havo come to bo today the
wonder of the world. Yankees skill nnd ingenuity is able to dupli
cate tho finest productions of England nnd Franco, and at from one
third to onohalf tho cost.
How can they do It? How can they produce a lino, even, sightly
fabric embellished with the daintiest of color printings for so nominal
a sum 7 Give It up. The goods nro here to Rtnnzo both you and ua.
Adequate description Is utterly Impossible, but tho following bints
may serve. '
DAINTY SW189FS Perfect reproductions of the European origi
nals; you could not tell tho dlfferncc nor could we. The wcavo and
tho color effects are worthy ot goods costing several times tho price.
There are many, many new patterns In this ever popular fabric.
Tho styles are Prcnch but the product Is entirely American.
I5c BATISTES ISc
Than these no cloth or color stands tho laundry better. The Prcnch
product Sells at 30c a yard. These patterns made at tho mills ot Low
ell, Mass., we guarantee to bo as solid In colors, as lasting nnd as
pretty, at exactly halt tho price of the foreign materials.
PERCALES No need to say that where a strong, closely woven
wash fabric is wanted nothing U quite as good as percale. You have
your choice of some fifty patterns.
And then there aro white goods and printed goods and goods
dyed In the yarn; In fact, no such assemblage of wash goods beauty
has ever been gathered hero before. Come and see It.
J WHITNEY Sr MARSH, LTD.
GEOAL SHAKE UP IN
New York Officers are Occasion of
the New Deal Sargent
To Be the'1 Suc
cessor. New York, Maich 14. A special tq
tho Tribune from Washington says'
Unless conditions In the Kedernl Imml
grntlnn Bervlce take another unexpect
ed turn, T, V Powderly, Commission
er General of Immigration; Thomas
Htchle, Commissioner of Immigration
at tho port of New York, and Edward
V. McSwccney, Assistant Commission
cr of Immigration at the same port,
will shortly be retired from office, it
Is understood that Prank P. Sargent,
grand master of the Urotherhood ol
Locomotive Firemen, has" been select
ed to succeed Commissioner (leneral
Powderly, the place baring been offer
cd to hi in n short time ago. An an
nouncement to this effert would prob
ably have been made beforcv had it not
been the desire of thu President to np
point successors In all three posts at
the same time. The terms of the thr a
officers expire within a few days of
Thcio was for a time ome uncer
tainty about tho authority for retiring
Asslstnnt Commissioner McSweeney
whose places comes within the classi
fied service. For two years past the
Assistant Commissioner has been un
der the hottest kind of flro from va
rlous quarters, but until recently It is
undi-rstond cviednce ngnlnst him waR
insufficient to warrant his retirement.
The decision to retire Powderly was
made within the past few weeks. It Is
not understood that Powderly has been
suspected of any dereliction In duy
but lu view or tho fact that he has
failed to oerate In perfect harmony
with higher officials It was thought the
appointment of a new Commissioner
General would tend to promote the of-
tlclency of the service. Powderly has
received several offers of places at
greater sahirles than that attached to
bis present office. It Is regarded as
likely that he will again become act
ive In labor leadership.
As long ago 'as August last. In Pres
ident McKlnley's administration, it
wns announced thnt Commissioner
Pitohlo would be letlred when his
term of office; expired this month, be
cause of loose practices discovered at
Ellis islund, und at the Marge Office
when It was tho Immigrant slalion
headquarters. Thu responsibility foi
many nf the Inegulailtles has been ac
credited, officially and otherwise, to
the Assistant Commissioner.
CLAYTON MUST EXPLAIN
Ni-w York, March 13. A special to
cue Picsh from Washington says: It
Is among thu probabilities that theru
soon will b a vacancy In the Amcrl
can Embassy In Mexico Reports
w.iich have come to the State Depart
ment regarding Embassador Cla ton's
uuslness ventures nnd their effect up
on his work as Embassador have led
Iho Secretary' of Btato to undertake a
thoiough Inquiry Into the condition
nut rounding the Embassy.
TONNAGE TAX TO UK REPAID.
Washington, March 13. CommlB
BliiniT Chamberlain has notified Col
lector Straiten nt San Tranelsco that
tho application of Williams, Dlmond
U Co for refunding of tho tonnage tax
paid on the Amcrltun ship McLnurln,
which arrived ut Sun Pranclsco March
12, 1901, Iroin Manila, hai been grant,
cd. In view or tho dee Islon of tho 8u
prcme Court relating to the subject,
tne collection of the tonnage tax li
he-Id to have been Illegal
IIUGIIE8 TO CALIFORNIA.
Washington, Maieli 13. rulgadler
Genernl Hobtrt P. Hughes, now on du
ty In this city as president of the .Mili
tary Hoard of Uniforms, has been se
lected us the slice cssor of Major Gen
eral S. 11. M, Young lu tho command
of tho Department of California.
lour amateur pholugiuphls work
will be well done II takou to HouoltiU
Photo Supply Co.
For Want Column Sec Page Six
WANTED To rent n small cottage
In n good locality; permanent ten
ant If suitable. Address J. C, thl
office. 2102 lw
FOR RENT Cottage at Cottage Grove
King St. Inquire K. E. King. No S
LOST Hound gold locket set with
nine small opals. Iteturn to Ha'
vvnllnn Electric Co. and receive re
ward. 2102 !w
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. Prank Harvey and family tak
this 'means of thanking their many
kind friends for sympathy and assist
aneo dining their latet bereavement
Honolulu. 11. T.. March 22, li)2
Owing to the Inclemency of tho
weather the display of fireworks on
Pacific Heights for this evening will
be postponed until some day next
week, of which due notice will
PACIFIC HEIGHTS ELECTRIC
MEETING. Nahlku Sugar Company, Llmltsi
1IY OHD.TJt of James V. Morgan, v!o
president or tho Nahlku Sugar Com
pany, Limited, a special meeting of
tho stockholders will be held on Mon
day, March 31st, 1902. at 2 o'clock n
m.. In the room ubovo the offices of
.Messrs. Castle . Cooke. Limited. Ha
nolulu, for tho purpose of considering
a proposition irnm uie ilana Planta-
tlon for the leasing of property of the
Nahlku Sugar Company and matters
I connected therewith.
AH stockholders are earnestly re-
quesieii to attend tills meeting, and
theike who cannot be present are r.
quested to Bend their proxies.
Secretary Nahlku Sugar Co, Ltd.
Honolulu, March 22d. 1902. 2102-9t
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
Ill ae-toi dance with a power of sale
contained In u eeitaln mortgago made
by William Henry and Kalpo. his wife,
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Tetrltory
ui nan mi, in ncien Hoy n, also of Ho
nolulu, elated September 10, 1898, and
leceiided at thu Register ofTlce, Oahu.
In llbe-r 192. on nam 73. 74 nnd 7f
notice) Is heieby given that sold mort
gagee intends to rore-closO said mort
gage for condition bioken. to wit,
non payment of principal aud Interest
when due; and upon said foreclosure
will sell at nubile auction nt tho auc
tion rooms of James V. Morgan, on
Queen street, Honolulu aforesaid, on
Monday, April U, 1902, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, tho premises describ
ed in Bald mortgage1, namely:
All that certain parcel of land sit
uate ut Kauluwela, Honolulu afore
said, bounded as follows:
Ileglnulng nt the East corner of this
149 C-12 feet from tho South corner of
Kamaknu's land and running
S. 57" 30' W. 108 reet along Kulaau-
N. 57 00' W, 85 feet along Kuma-
N. BO 3U' K. Pit, fee-t
S J7 00' K. 01 feet to tha point of
Hi'Ing a portion of the laud describ
ed In Royal Patent 2101. L. C. A. 74.
Apana l, to Nallitand tho samo piera
lies convoyed to said mortgagors by
the Trustees of Kaumakuplll Chinch by
deed date April 27, 1893. and lecoidnd
in said office In liber 1G5 on pages 59
Dated Honolulu. March 21, 1902
210.' March 22, 29; April 5, 12
"Thar must be a woodpile up to eol
lege, Maria." "Why, Hlrnm?" "He
lauso Crowfoot's sou writes that he
sees our Silas picking up chips efeiy
Ukt." Chltago Dally New.
J AS. F.
65 Queen St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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65 Queen Si