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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T., FIUDAY, MAY 9, 1M2.
The world doth move; to do we.
True, wo wero fired frora the comer to which wo nro now
moving, bul wo havo got bach Into favor and will soon occupy our
handsome now building. Now Btock? Well everybody well knows
our former Btock was pretty well disposed of. Everything en
tirely now, larger, better and greater variety of goods than ever
before. Watch us build our displays In lntcrloi and In the win
dows and como and sco us aq soon as wc open.
(Continued from Dago 1.)
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltds
BHLBRS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Ur, W. A. Granville, an Instructor at
Talo University, has received an auto
graph letter from King Oscar of Swo
llen thanking him, as president of the
llcthany Club, for courtesies extended
to Bishop Kimt Uezellii8 von Scheole
of Sweden, who was the Kings reprc
icntallc at the bl-centennl.il.
court Issued orders for an additional
venire of Jurors.
Judge dear heard the first account of
J. F. Kaehu, guardian of l.ul Naahito-
I' lua, a minor, The guardian was ap
pointed eight years ago and only last
mouth presented an account. It shows
no receipts and an expenditure of (15
, by the guardian. The ward Is reputed
Ily owner of three pieces of land at Wat
klkl, from which the guardian reports
, no Income is being derived. The court
having ascertained that the property is
under occupation by adverse possession
continued the bearing until cteps hao
! been taken to remove the cloud from
i .litdee tliimnhrcvs admitted the will
'of Edward C. Macfarlane to probate,
Henry Macfarlane, Oeo. W. Macfarlane,
Frew W. Macfarlane and Mrs. Florence
Dallingcr Macfarlane being appointed
as executors nnd executrix without
Chang Kim was nppolnted admlnlstr
tor. In lieu of C. Lnt Young, of the es
tate of Ahol. deceased, under (250 bond.
Tha rAnnt-f nt Ifonrv Smith mimtpr.
Lord Roberts will take the cure at ., , . ,,,.,, ,,iltnnn
Ilad-Nauhclm, for six weeks during the nm, s c A1,Bni (rm)(CM of thc C8tate
V""""B """' of James Iloblnson, deceased, was con
I firmed and a master's fee of $100 al-
n injury lo inc tongue is repaired 0t(i,
by nature with more rapidity than Is , tn ,1C matter of the estn'e of James
the case with nny other part or the Hoaro Jr., n minor l.yle A. Dickey's
sjsiem. report as master was confirmed .
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Rest For Women's Nerves
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Successful Men's Starts In Life
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Tim tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
ahout au hour earlier than at HO'
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
luat of tho meridian of 167.30. The
time whlstlo -.ows nt 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, on 0m.
Weather llurcau, Ptinahou. May 9.
Tcmpeiature Morning minimum,
64, Midday maximum, 78.
llarometcr at 9 a. m. 30.02. Klslng.
Dew Point 6GF.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 78 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. May
9. Weather elear; wind NG .
Friday. May 9.
Stmr. Wnlalenle, Pllti. from Annho
ln. nt 6.53 a. in., with 3334 bags of
M. S Co. sugar.
Am. sp. Dirlgo. Goodwin, 104 days
fiom Hongkong, oft Diamond Head nt
lu.30 a. m. Posted as overdue In San
Francisco with re-Insurance rates at
10 per lent.
Friday. May 9.
Am. hk. Haydn Ilrown, Asplund, for
the Sound In ballast, at 9:30 a. m.
Am. bk. Nuuanu, Josselyn, for New
ork via Kahulul, with sugar, nt 10.30
Ur. ship A. Rend, McQunrrie, for tho
Sound In ballast, at 11-30 n. m.
O. &. O. S. S. Coptic, from Oriental
C-A. S. S. Moana, from Vancouvej
Stmr Klnau, from Hllo.
Stmr. I.ehua, from Moloknl.
G. N. S. S. Eureka, from Seattle.
Ger. sp. 1'aul Isenberg, Ott, for the
Soi nd in ballart.
Am sp. Arthur Sewnll. Gaffoney, for
Niw Yoik. with 3(100 tons of sugar.
Am schr. Transit, Paulsen, for tho
Scuud In ballast.
Stmr. Wulalcale, l'lltz, for Anahola,
nt h p. m ; no frclgilt.
O. & O. S, S. Coptic, for San Fran
C A S. S. Moana. for Suva, Brlsbanti
t S gunboat Wheeling, for Pago
W. & M., Ltd. W. & M., Ltd, W. & M., Ltd.
THIS WI3KIC we offer you a rouplo of dozen very beautiful Jackets and
gowns of silk and satin, which havo come to us as samples of the skill of
i fnmoufl Now York ladles' tailor. Being samples, they are, of course, espe
cially well made that's human nature.
We don't Intend to carry tho lino. We haven't room. We must do ono
of two things, either send back these samples or sell them at actual cost.
S.iall wo Bend them back? It's up ta you.
1 CREAM SILK JACKET with Notmandy lace insertion,
trimmed v. Ith black velvet ribbon $15.00
1 PINK CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET, with lace ap
pllqvi? trimming 10.00
1 DLUE CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET with Vcnlse In
sertion , 7.50
1 PINK CHINA SILK JACKETwlth applique trimming.. 9.00
1 PINK CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with ap
plique and ribbon 15.00
1 BLUE CHINA SILK EMPIRE OOWN trimmed with
Normandy lace 15.00
1 PINK and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN trimmed with black ulvct ribbon 12.50
1 DLUE and WHITE SILK STRIPLD CHALLIE EMPIRE
OOWN with applique trimming 12.50
1 BLUE FOULARD DRESS with laco applique 25.00
1 BLACK TAFFETA SILK SKIRT 15.00
f WHITE LAWN DRESS trimmed with Valenciennes
lace and ribbon and with tucked yoke 12.50
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRESS, tucked waistband
skirt, trimmed with whlto satin ribbon 25.00
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRE83 trimmed with ruf
fles and edged with whlto satin ribbon, allover laco
The Remnant Sale continues another
week. The bargains are by no means
all gone yet,
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column Ste Page Six
WANTED Position In private family
as coachman and gardener; refer
ences. Address Wm C. Helton, Alo
hn House room 3 21l3-3t
FOR RENT Commodious new 7-room
house, tolb'ta. servants' room, barn
etc.. l'unahou C 11. MeClellan. at
II. F Dillingham Co Ltd. 2113 lw
MAY 8 to 26, 1902
The Great Dramatic Event
A brief season of 12 perform
ances only and first appear
ances In Honolulu of the em!-
NEW - TO-DAY
SUA LEO TENDERS.
Captain J C Hansen of the fine new
An.crlcan scnooner Otelia Pedeisen,
which has Just made her maiden trip
to Austrnlla and which will return to
the Sound after discharging 122G tons
ol Newcastle coal at this port, cele
biated the sixtieth anniversary of his
Captain Hansen is one of the old
time skippers and has a fiTJlit of
ll lends along tho California Coast bb
veil as In Honolulu. Last evening tho
genial navigator gave a dinner to a
number of the captains In port. There
were almost a dozen at the table and
n.any a bravo toast was drunk In
Captain Hansen Is part owner of tho
sihooner. The managing owner Is
John Pederson. Tho vessel was bunt
L;- Charles Whlto In Everett, Wneh.
Last night's birthday dlnuer was a
most delightful affair and anecdotes
of the lives of skippers and good old
Hones of the sea and famous ports of
thc world went around the festive
board onu after another In such hot
ntisto that enough mnterial could havo
boon collected to Btock a Carnegie li
brary. The toasts were In many cases
original and some of ihem brought
dewn the house, for the celebrating
captain practically owned the house
for the time lielng. Then the guests
trnsted Captain Hansen's eleven clill
diun This was responded to with
;unt enthusiasm. Before the 'glasses
were drained, however, after a whis-
peied word wltii the host, the proposer
of tho toast corrected hlmselt to toast
Captain Hansen's "twelve" children.
Senled pn,poaN vui! 7e terelved at
tblr offk'i- uuM noun of May Hth. 1902,
1 1 furnlili .iiilMistuoe and other sup
plies for in- at Honolulu, Hawaii,
quarantine atittoti during the fiscal
rar ending I(ini ",rt, 1303. Schedules
and further Information may be ob
tained upon 'lppllcatlon to the under
signed. C. F.. COFEH.
P. A. Surgeon M H. S.. In command
of Htatlon 211311
J'l nent actor, Mr.
Frederick Warde I
and his distinguished organlza
tlon, who will present the fol
Thursday MAY 8 Night
Saturday MAY 10 Matinee
Saturday MAY 10 Night
Tuesday MAY 13 Night
Thursday MAY 15 Night
FOR SALE A dlrable modern resi
dence, 40vH nnd cottage, 22x3ii,
with lot 'I7l.,l on Kukiit street near
new KnumiKaplli Cifureli grounds
and Kuiulaul School; healthy loca
tion with .oiporli view to Nuuanu
valley Mt) a lw high Building
LotH, 60(111, will be sold on Hasy
Terms Apply to P. E. It. Stiauch,
32 Camphl! Block, cor. Foit nnd
Otflo) .ii the Iloaid or Health,
ri iqoiuIii, May 9, 1902.
Ruijii'J'Jon Regarding Flth.
Taking r tlsli, shell llhli. or any
pioduct of tlf va or salt water bo
t.een Slieridin street In the city of
Honolulu, and Kallhl Detention Camp,
ni tho city ot Honolulu, Including tho
Kallhl stream extending fiom high
water mark to the makai edge of the
icxf nnd In lulling Honolulu haibor
enl Nuuanu tri-am to Kukul street, Is
ueieby ntrlitly piohiTilted.
Per order of the Hoard oi Health.
II. C. SLOGGETT,
Pie-tident Hoard of Health.
Attei.f O CHARLOCK,
Swretiry Board of Health.
Program lor ollirr -r!.iun.nn-c l'
I ilul) amiuiilketl Cuuaiii, night at
ft p tn. liarp LitrUifc ma lie unlcrrtl
ut to $lt
Coniplfle Scenic I'roiluctlcHm. armour,
costume, clc , tnxiall tiruuulit lor tucli
liU Ali, Mr Wanlv's orlKlii.il upH)it.
liiK comiaii) in, tuilitic lir Ciiartc
1) llrrman llarr Jfiliiitoiic llarr '.
Kartnti, I'ratKli 1) Mcfiliiti, Joint I:
Ihlica, MUcs Antlonrtte Aitlinm Virginia
Drew Ttniotl, Ma Wanlc. Allecil licr
telle ami I ottier
WAI.r. Ol' I'RtCTS i:mlle loer
ll.b.F t. .rt 1 II.. ,'l..1. u. .... , .
'"', I 3" ""HI. V.II.IC, VMF't IllHH Ij.
row Iti,, I.OR?!,, 4oui Hoe Jli '
Rt'Kuur wale ol tl ket now nivt at all, ill
Nichols Co. No heat lielil utter is n'cloik yt
ofthudaiol the perlormaucc unless paid fj.
lor by thattlme
OPP FOR LAY8AN.
The Fish Commission boat Albatross
tails for I.nysan Island at about nooa
'tomonow. She will be away nbout
i.t.- -. . ....
mt try nt-eivB ami uii iter return to Hono
lulu will iiaiiiiio her work of gather
ing sptclmcns In Hawaiian waters. It
lb expected that tho Albatross will be.
here until tho flrut week In September
when she will return to the Coast.
Stnor Gonzales dc Qucsada Is men
tioned as Cuba's first diplomatic repre
fcentatle nt Washington. He was a
prominent members of the Cuban Junta
and of tho Cuban Constitutional Convention.
Orderri hive been Issued for a com'
pctftlvt. drill nt the companies of tho
First HC'glmeut. National (iua.nl of Ha
waii, stationed at Honolulu, (o taku
place ou fi if intay, the 10th Inst., at 1
o'clock A full fUteudanco Is neces
sary and all omplojers aro respectful
ly rcquebtej to grant their employees,
v.ho may be members or the Regiment,
! . .. ...., vl
neon for the purpose of paittclpatlng
with tholr respective companies.
HENRY E. COOI'EH,
Capital, Honolulu. May 8th, 1902.
Hnglncerliu . mates that the nonu-
latlon of the United States and Its do
I pendenrleo now exi'teds 81,000,0000 In
I habitants. The PhlllpplneH contain
more man t.ijuu.tiuo inliauitants, Porto
Rico has 03.1000, Hawaii 1(51,000, and
Alaska Cj.iVli China stands first In
population, the ililtUh Empire second,
Russia third and the lnlted Sjtates
General bookbinding, ruling, gilding,
'tmbosslnc. mans, charts nnrl nrtlatl
irintlng at tho EVENING nULLETIJv
I.lttlo Elmer (who Ins an inquiring
mlud) I'.tpa, where do those pessi
mists, that we are alwajs reading
I'rof. nrnadhiMd On an Island of
egotism In tin niliit of a sea of woe.
April Smirt Set
Every evening during the week except
DR. JEKYLL AND MR, HYDE
Fiom the story of the samo name by
Robert Louis Stevonsou.
Saturday Matinee and Night
A Nutmeg Match
0pheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINEE I'niCES 15c and 25c.
1000 shades MUST be sold at once
from 25c up.
SHADES AT HALF-PRICE,
50c shades reduced to 25c.
Tuc shades reduced to 35c.
1.50 shades reduced to 75c.
L. S. Mathews,
710 Fort Streot. Orpheum Dlock.
AH PAT & CO.,
1256 Fort St. above Orpheum.
AH PAT. expert cutter, lat'e foreman
I. I) Tregloan. Suits latest styles and
fjood fit. Cleaning and repairing.
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294,
65 Queen St.
AND SET Of SAILS
On Saturday, May lOtii, 1902
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho Old Fishmarkct wharf near
Rot of Maunakca street, I will sell at
Public Auction by order of the owners,
Schooner Twilight, complete, with
anchors, chains, etc., as silo now lies
alongside tho wharf.
I will also sell licr set of sails,
which nre nearly new, having fieen In
use only nbout three months.
Jas. F. Alorfirin,
OK SATURDAY, MAY lOltl
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street. I
vlll sell at Public Auction
A nice Baddle horse.
Owner leaving tho city.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
STOCK OF GOODS
On SATURDAY, MAY tOth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, 1
will soil at Public Auctlou the follow
ing stock of goods:
Assorted Canned Fruits and Meats,
Dried Apples, Deans, Codfish,
Rolled Oats, Lard Oil, Cornstarch,
Vinegar, Paper Bag3, Drooms,
Store Scales, Ice Box, Counten,
Tables, Dough Mixing Trough,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Wagons and Horses
On SATURDAY, MAY 10th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen Btreet, I
w-:il sell at Public Auction
Two Bakery Wagons,
Ono Express Wagon
And Two Horses.
I havo for sale a quantity of Saner
b'tinncn In good older. Sold In quan
tities to suit.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STRBET.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Bcrotanla streot, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
ftct on Beretanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; ono-half casli, bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 por cent.
SECOND Premises-259 Klnau St..
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frontage on Klnau St.
tf 115 feet and a depth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bodrooms.
Parlor, Dining room, KltcHen, Bath,
laigo Carriage. IIoubo. Price 11500.
Terms, ouo-half cash; balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right of way entrance to Bero-
THinn Premises on Klnnu St. ad-
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Itoomy dwelling on tho lot, Prleo
$1000. Ono-half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 por cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St,
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.