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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. TUESDAY,
All Ghainless Wheels.
Come Into our blc)cle department and see these wheels. We take
special pride In showing them nnd have them set up on exhibition
especially to show them
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:,
NEW BUILDING, CORNHR FORT AND KING STREETS.
Immigration to these Islands from
Alaska I' something unusual and
there Is at present much tnlK on the
witerrront in conm.tion with the nr
llvnt here of millions of IlltlO beings,
nnd seafaring men are wondering wh)
the Immigration officials arc not look
ing Into the matter
The tine four masted schooner
James ltolph Captain Olseu, arrived
In this port on the 13th Instant from
Kllllinoo with over 20 OdO bags of
macherel fertilizer. She docked at
the railway wharf, where sho Is at
present l)lng. and pioceeded to dis
charge her aromatic load About sex en
thousand bags of the fertilizer wera
brought down on deck and. of course,
this deck-load had to be tnken off first.
Slings were rigged and the work ot
discharging proceeded in good shape
It seems that the fertilizer on deck
had become wet dining the passage
from Alaska, having absorbed moist
ure from the heavens In the shape of
When mackerel fertilizer becomes
wet It Is the breeding ground for mil
lions or magsots. This Is what hap
pened In the case of the fertilizer on
the deck of the schoone James ltolph.
The bags of fertilizer were piled
about ten deep on the deck of tno
schooner and when the first lajer was
takeu off the maggots began to show
themselves io real trouble was e
uerlenced with the
creatures, however, until the deck had
been reached, for, as each laver of
bags was removed, the maggots natur-
ally retreated deeper down toward the
deck, so that, when the deck waB fin-
nllv reached and all the bans had been
removed from the vessel, the maggots
wero almost two Inches thick and the
schoouer's" crew was forced to use
shovels to scoop them from the plank-
Millions nnd millions of maggots
were shoveled up In this way and
thrown civeiboard. Manj of them cluwj
to the planking of rife wharf and man-
aged to crawl In great droves mi onto
tho wharf and on to the sides of tho
schoonei. Some even managed to
crawl back on deck, while on tho sides
of the vessel. Just above the water Pla)lngsiih n laigo number of dim
line, there could be seen a thick lino tu'' pieces.
of maggots fior. stem to rudder nost. I
While the multitudinous little beasts cr audience a style of Blnglng which
were being shoveleu from the decks ot i"8 heretoloie been little heard In Ho
the schoonei, one man was stationed nolulu. Miss Crosson has studied In
on the poop deck armed with a lioso. Europe anil sings wltli the charm,
The maggots weie making for the cab. srce and "verve" peculiar to the
In. crawling over the break of the poop Freueh school.- The two selections
nnd doing their Tevel best to get cnto rendeied by her last night, a SwedlBb
the poop deck Hut the man with tho ong by I.undberg arid "Silver Ring."
hose on the after deck managed to by Chamlnade, both compose of the
hold them back by plavlng a powerful modern European school, were enthu
stream of water on tho advancing slastlcally applauded,
hosts. I The way In which Miss Crosson lets
Never before has such a sight been '' charming personality show forth
seen In Honolulu harbor ami those at
tho railway wharf who were specta.
tors will rcmomber the sceno for many
and many n day.
The maggots seemed to move as
with one will, for huge masses of them
moved in wavellko motions along the
deck, carrying along old pieces of can
vas and small pieces of wood on tho
tops of their Individually Insignificant
but cGBglomerately tremendous bod
ies. The presence of tho mnggots almost
resulted In a tragedy aboard the James
ltolph. The Japanoso cook. Toml,
started to go ashore to do his market
ing early In tho morning and. forget
" nbout the presence of the mug
' on the gangway without
where he placed
delajed a few minutes. The skipper
did not hear of the cook'B bath fn mil
lions of maggots until alter ho hnd had
his breakfast, when the clhef officer
was kind enough to tell him of the In
cident. The cook cannot swim and would
hae drowned if It had not been for
the itlik net Ion of tlie mates
The lames Holph Is the pet schooner
of the Hind Tlolph & Co licet bno
Is onl.v two )(i' old and Is ns grace
fill a onft ns comes Into this harbor.
When she hasn't n dcckload of mag
got) mackerel fcitlllzer she Is famous
for her spotlessness. The picture of
lames ltolph, after whom she was
named bungs In a handsome frame In
Captain ONcn's cozj and well kept
Captain Olsen wus formerl) master
of the llonolpu nnd It Is rumored that,
on his return to San Pranclsco, fio will
be given the lommnnd of one of Hind,
ltolph & Co 'b new four masted barken
tines. He has been Id the employ ot
the company for many vcaia and Is
uulveisnll) trusted nnd liked
On completing the dlscliargo of her
fertilizer the Jntncs ltolph will tnko
on 500 tons of sugar at this port and
then proceed to Kleele, Kauai, whero
she will load auothcr 3u tons of su
gar sailing thence to San I'ranclscu.
The Kilohana Art League muslcalo
held nt the Castle Manoa valley reel-
dencc last night was much enjoyed by
M who attended It. Mrs. Love Holmes
Miller took the most prominent part.
She rendered a number or difficult
classical selections, showing herself
xbc possessor of considerable lech
nlque. Of her first number, tho
"Waldsteln' sonata, she undoubtedly
Pled the first movement, the allegro.
the best, the last movement being ren
dered rather too slowly to give It Its
Among tho other pieces rendered by
-Ml Miller wero four of Chopin's su
Actions and Mendelssohn's 'Rondo Ca-
J'flec loso." Mrs Miller showed to her
ul-'st advantage In the first of these
Pieces. It being rather noticeable, es.
peclall In the last piece, that slie had
somewhat overtaxed ?her strength by
x'88 Charity Joy Crosson gave to
,'n her singing Is undoubtedly ono of
the principal reasons for her success.
Among Tiie other numbers were sev
eral vocal selections by Mrs. Gcorgo
Uownrd and L I) Miller, nil of which
received much applause. Last but not
least Mrs. William Whitney, who play
ed the accompaniments. Is to be con
gratulated for her performance last
night. Mrs. Whitney accompanied
with a discretion and tact which call
ed forth tho atlmlratlnn of all thn mu
sical connoisseurs who heard her.
Tho program In full was as follows:
Heethoven Sonata Op. 53. .Waldsteln
Allegro con brio; Adagio, Allegretto et
(loetze Still as tho Night
Mrs. Howard and Mr. Miller.
(n) I.undberg Song
(b) Chamlnade Silver Ulna
Op. 28, No. 23.
do Lover's Sons
les Ycux (Lc Cld)
i Caprlccloso, Op H
of Southwestern Tex-
.ilvc8 In the dark rece?-
ehclvlng rock, and they
after year by the Insect.
,nul jrcjod Incomes b
r these hives, which in
.( are tilled with liopey.
.rtln, 7fi rents nr moith.
Tliero's One BB8T Cyclopaedia
A newly revised nnd enlarged edi
tion 190f Census.
Illustrated with colored plans, plates
and engravings, 12 volumes.
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200 JUDD BUILDING.
Sealed Tinders will be received b)
the Triaemor until 12 o clock noon on
Satunlay, June 7th, 1902. lor Teirlto
rial Tuasury Notes, under the provl
slous contained In Chapter 02 of the
Civil Law's of 1IU7. to the amount of
?15o,i 00. Tenders to be In sums of
JI.OUO, or multiples thereof, paublo In
U 8 Gold Coin. Funds to beavallablu
on July 1st. 1902, lit the Treasuiers
office. Uaib note to be issued for tho
Ti'im or Six Months. For lull partic
ulars blddt-rs nro rcfirred to said Act
s printed bilovv.
W.M. II WRIGHT,
Approved: HLWIIY E. COOPER,
Trcasuier's Office. May 19. 1902.
Chapter 53, Civil Laws 1897.
TERM TREASURY NOTES.
Sec. 070. The Treasurer upon the
npprovnl of the Governor may Issue, at
par, upon public tender, to any person
or corporation Term Tieasury Notes
In the nnme of tho Hawaiian Treasury.
Sea. 77. The said Treasury Notes
shall he Issued In sums of One Thou
sand Dollars or multiple thereof, and
fhall not exceed at nny one time Ono
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
Sec. G78. The rate of Interest shall
not exceed seven per cent per annum,
free of tax, and be pavnblo at the duo
date of the note.
See. C79. The tenders for the said
Trensury Notes shall state the rate of
Interest for gold fenders, or for silver
tenders, and whether to be repaid in
gold or silver coin.
Sec. CS0. The term for which any
Treasury Note shall be issued shall
not exceed seven months.
Bee. f.81. Tho form of said Treas
ury Notes shall bo as follows:
HAWAIIAN TREASURY NOTE
the sum of Dollars
payable In U. S. Gold Coin on presen
tation of this note properlv endorsed.
This loan Is mnde for Six Monthi
from July 1st, 1902, nnd will bear In
tcrest until fully paid from July 1st.
1902. nt the rate or pel
rent per annum.
Registrar of I'ubllc Accounts,
2152 May 20, 2C; June 2. C.
It hnB been decided to send nil Koci
prisoners who are sentenced to terms
or penal servitude nut ot South Africa
to the Seychelles Islands A new con
vict prison Is to be constructed there
ror the purpose. Accommodation ror
1200 prisoners of -var have been pre
pared In Antigua.
The alligator never leaves fresh wa
ter, while the crocodile often goes to
the sea, and In the West Indies has
sometimes been found manv miles fioui
land, heading directly for an Island.
possibly out of sight,
Joslnh Lynn, once partner of Jay
Gould In the tannery at Uoldsboro, X.
Y., Is now blind nnd an Inmate ot the
poorliouse at Karsville, N. J,
The Russian Ambassador at Con
stantinople has scored a grat success
by obtaining an trade from the Sultan
authorizing eighty-three Russian
schools In Palestine which had hl'her
to existed without permission.
It Is announced by a Ylenun pa.ier
that the Kaiser has arranged to pa n
visit to the Emperor riancs loscph it
tho beginning or September
All perhi.iis who ale ImeieKtid In
making urraiigeii'cuts lui a unliable
celebration of Independence lAi) Jul)
lib 1902. are leapec tlully Invited lu
assemble nt the Caplto'i Ilulldlng oj
Friday, the 2.ld Inst., at 3 p in.
Honolulu, H T. Muy 2U, 1002.
Weather llurtau, Punaholi, May 20.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72, Midday maximum, 82.
Ilarometer nt D a. m. 30 03 Steady.
Dew 1'olnt C5F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 09 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
20. Weather cloudy, wind fresh Ni:.
Monday, May 19.
Q. N. S. S. nurcka, O'Drlcn, for Se
attle via Knnnnpnll nnd Kahultil
Str. Iwalanl, Greene, for Koloa,
Eleelc and Hanapepe, at 5 p. m
Str. Lelitia, Naopala, for Molokal
ports, at 6 p. m.
James Makee, Tullett, for Kl
Hanalcl and Kalllliwal, at 4 p.
Walaleale, I'lltz, for Anahola,
at 4 p. m.
Str Noeau, I'ederBon. for Kaanapall,
Lahalna, Honokaa and Kukulhacle, at
fi p m.
Str. Kauai, Bruhn. for Kallua and
I'unaluu. at 6 p. m.
Str W. (1 Hall. S Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 5 p. m.
Str Claudlne. I'arker, for Maul
ports, at 6 p. m,
O. S. S. Alameda. Herrlman. for San
Francisco at 10 a. ni Ordinary mall
closes nt 9 a. m.
T K. K. America Maru, Going, fiom
the Orient, due p m.
For Hllu and wn ports, per Btr Kl-'
nail. .Mas 2 Mls II Uilctf, Mis. A
I'ottcr and ton. Major Wood, H. U,'
Godfrey and wife J Merrllleld, J. O.
Smith, W. II Malott C. 1' St John, L.
K Kentwtll Jos. 1' Madilros, II P.
Kaole II P. Wells nnd wife, H. II.
White. Miss M 11 Lewis, Mis, 11. II
White, 'i. It Robinson J. A Ginnck,
J. A Tuthlll, A. Hnncbeig Robeit
Lee Stephenson, Judge Little, Hop Jas.
II IJovd. C. II Dnlght, Geo. Rodlck.
C. Klamp, E. 1. Cutting. J. G. Hnlh
wcll, Robt Staughter, J. J. Jaskulek,
P F. Schneider, E P. Jones, Geo. Iscn
beig. W. F. Duke', E. J. Walker nnd
C. M. Spelrs.
For Maul portB, per str Claudlne,
sailing at 5 p. m. today Mrs . A.
Barnes, Mrs I) II. Murdoch nnd maid.
O. M Atwuter, W II. Scott, A. Enos
and wife. A Enos Jr , and wife, J 11
S. Kaleu, Rev G Molokavva, Tang
OF CABLE PLANS
(Continued from page 1.)
will cost about $1300 or (2000 a mile
while ordinary cable costs us about
"The cable we use will fhus be heavi
est nearest the coast, while much light
er cable will be used in the greater
depths. This Ib Just contrary to the
ordinary notion which Is that the
greater the depth the heavier the cable
"With regard to a landing place. I
can say nothing at present. I have two
or three practicable sites In view but
no arrangements have as yet been made
for any or thtm. Wo v;lll probably not
have to do so very much blasting to
land the cable Wo shall certainly
not blast a complete chnnntl through
to the beach. This will not be neces
sarj ror this reason. I navo been
inoelng n gient deal around tho red
heie nnd have noticed that the coral
lies in strata, one stratum falllntf
abrupt!) to the next like a large stair
way. "When these Mrata end, there Is an
abrupt ledge which In c.uBe the cable
is kept rubbing against It by the ne-
tlon ot the sea, would soon cause the
EtrongeBt cable to weur out.
"It Is al siic.li places that we will
have to piepare a bed for the cable.
We will do this by making a wedge
shaped cut In the ledge ror the cable to
He In. I expect that In ninny cases the
growing coral will soon eiliely sur
round the table and keep It seuuely in
"I find that the llvo coral Is round
outside or the retr while in the lagoons
there Is veiy little llvo coral, prob
ably on account or the fuel that tho
loose sand kills the coral animals.
"We want to have the cable station
as near to this city es possible bo that
we will only need one station and also
to enable us to give comfortable sur
lomidlngs to all employes. We tiy to
do this wherever we can but of course
It Is Impossible In some cases.
"Take ror Instance one station on
Midway Island, That place Is nothing
but a sand spit with no vegetation or
Inhabitants. We will probably huvo
sixteen or eighteen men living there
and will run a supply ship to them the
came ns to a lightship.
"1 expect we will begin laying the
cable fiom San Krauclscu In tho middle
ot October. Ihe la) Ing of the cable
will only be a matter ot about twelve
days or In favorable weather, possibly
"It Ig tho making and the testing ot
the cable that takes time. The tests
especially are time consumers. Each
mile length or cable Is carefully tested,
It being subjected to 11 om 30,000 to
40,000 volts. This tiemendous current
will bleak down nny weak spot there
ma be In the cable, and It such Is
found, the weak section Is cut out nnd
a new piece put In fls place We have
the cable tested so care (nil) because
It is much easier to lepalr It in the
factor) than when It is undei three
miles of Kii If all goeB well, wo ex
pect to have our cable connictlou be
tween Manila and S.m Fninrln'o, via
Honolulu, Midway Island and Guam
llnlslud In the yeai 1901. '
The newest lighthouse on the rrenrh
coast shows a beam visible at a dis
tance of thlit)-nlue nautical miles lu
eli ui weathei It Is siluaicd on thu He
VltrKO, olt the- Kiench roast, to the
noitbe.ist of t'shaut, the lantern being
211 feet above sea level.
SPECIAL SIX DAYS OPPORTUNITY
TO PURCHASE TRIMMINGS
- AT HALF -
$8 00 Trimmings this week for $4.00
$7.00 Trimmings this week for $3.50
$5 00 Trimmings this week for $2.50
$4.00 Trimmings this week for $2.00
$2.00 Trimmings this week for $1.00
$1.00 Trimmings this week for $ .50 '
$ .50 Trimmings this week for $ .25
We niurorely believe that our TRIMMING DEPARTMENT has al
wayH been l very satisfactory one for our customers. Tho patronago
which It enjoys from Honolulu's best dressmakers warrants us In
congritulAtinft ourselves that our efforts to keep It always up to the
paro sol by Dime Fashion, have been entirely successful.
Hut though we work hard to keep our stock Just right, like every
body clue we sometimes make mistakes. Our New York man, ever
alert to keep us Biipplled with plenty of the best, has this time sent us
too much Consequently we are overstocked. But ou know the old
saying It a au Ill-wind that blows nobody good "
lu oider to reduce our stock, for SIX DAYS we will offer a large
quantity of TRIMMINGS AT HALF PRICE. This Includes GALLOONS,
ALLOVEHS, APPLIQUES, Etc., In CHIFFON, TAFFETA nnd LACES.
No rhvnges have been made In the prices marked oil the goods.
Wliitevi'r the 'price. ou pay only half but this for six dajs only,
Tr-M3 13 AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DRESSMAKERS.
IN FACT, AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYBODY.
WHITNEY k MARSH, LTD
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT A6TJ, 80N0M4 COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARGEST VINCVARD IN THE WORLO.
The v wiupi Inve taLeti the gold medals and received the highest
awardn nt ill the iccent
and are no nored the world over for their purity and excellence of qual
ity. Triilu unJ families supplied by tho following Jobbers.
WALTERS-WALDRON CO, LTD.
CONSALVES & CO.
GOMES & McTlGnE.
' JOS. HARTMAN & CO.
S. I. SHAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
For Want Column See I'age Six
WANTfiO louun lady waitress at
New Euiind Dakery. 2152 tf
-. I I? T- rn.nljl.nil .nhn.a ,ll BOIP11
lu Lt r i i ui.uv" vuit.nL
roomi. on VmeyjiU ai. Enquire 317
Ylnei.ir., m-ar Inglenlde. 21Mtf
FOR RED r To fi-utlemen. large, nlry
room, bitb attached, priuite (Amer-
lean) timil. tetined, healthy loca-
null, urtrjiKij .1 -j,uuiiai . miici i'uc
11 , this office.
TO LET PlBiSiut. airy rooms, 1400 ii
Punchti iwl St : also cottage 2 rooms .;J
for li im keening Terms reason- J
abl 2132-tw i
TO LII" Th i cm. comfortable cot- ji
tage .it V, o Atwatei. on the cor
nor l IVci'-ola and Ktnau Sts , Is
offerc-l tor i ut b Henry Water-
1iou.ii i. ' tiir i A low pilce a
firu i-.imffirf.i .,1m hmiM fintl In the
very Ihm? h n-.g'abbihooits
FOR SALIi furniture ot 4 room cot
tage I) Milb'i with privilege ot
renting e)f.w 21Sl-lm
NEW - TO-DAY
HOUSI, containing 4 bedrooms, par
lor, pantry kttrhen patent water clos
et. Lllibi itieJC. near School. Inquire
of JOS. FRIAS,
2152-lw No. 722 Fori Street.
Birge & Co.'s
The? nu"ht wall papers ever
seen in Haali too beautitu!
for adiii it description. Come
and Be., them Highest grade
imperii cm tft market Just open
LEWERS & COOKE,
Lord Kelvin who Is to bo tendered J
icecptl'in by Mr and Mrs Wc3tlng
hoiiFc, at Wellington on the 22d Inst ,
lu connection with his attendance on
the sesslorifi of the American Social
Science Abioc latlon, will piobahly
novn visit America again, as ho la
jiuoiii than 70 year of age and quite
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Concluding Performances of
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
Frederick Warde I
and his distinguished organlza
tlon, who will present the fol
Tuesday MAY 20 Night
. .. PYTHIAS
Wednesday MAY 21 Night.
Thursday MAY 22 Night
Saturday MAY 24 Matinee
Sattirda MAY 24 Night
Complete Stetiic rro1uilioti-, armour
costumes etc siteiUlU trcuti;ht I r eiih
play Al.oMr VVarite I oiinul Kui.Mirt
lug comuti) Inituillng Me-.rsi Clnrle
I) Herman tUrr Jolm.toue Ilarr) l"
Marlon. 1 rami. II NKCllitn Join, I'
It) net Vtl.MM Antlotiette A.hton. Irxtuia
ren Trescolt Ma Wanle Alleeli Her
telle and 15 ocliei
SCXB Ol 1'RICI r.l.thc lower
Hour i 30 hamll Cirde. escept Iront
rim Sli.t Uijev jlouo lloxei fisno
Seitft on -lie at Wall Nkholi Co fur
the remaining prrlortnatiiei
t.n-J -r--M-. J--,- Jj
We are now pa) Ing especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., nnd the sne
er ss that has attended our efforts to
please, together with out reputation
for serving the best that the market
nffcrds, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
Wo have the finest display of tho
hitter grade ot BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
ccr put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW.
NEY'S CHOCOLA 1 ES and Bot BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Set of 5 mops, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sal at office ot . . .
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho store formerly occupied by
II W. Foster.
- and Broker
65 Queen St.
ON THURSDAY, MAY 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On the premises, corner King and Ala
kca streets, 1 will sell at public nuo
tlon, by order of tho KAl'IOLANt KS
Two wooden buildings facing ob
King street, nnd tho
Dwelling houso on Alakea ntrcet
Together with the corrugated Iron
rooflUf,', fences and
Two largo mango tree. !
Terms: Cash U. S. gold coin.
he removed In seven
JAS. P. MORGAN.
ON FRIDAY, MUY 23,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the premises of tno lolani Collego,
Bates street, Just Ewa ot Nuiianu ave
nue. I will sell at public auction by or
der ot II1SHOP WILLIS, tho entire
household furniture, consisting of
Parlor furniture, chairs, lockers
Pictures, box couch,
Large number wooden and Iron dou
ble and 3-4 beds,
Durcaus, wushstunds, center tables.
Marble top tables, wardrobes.
Bookcases, book shelves, koa
Cedar chests, chiffoniers.
Matting, clocks, sewing boxes.
Medicine chests, writing tables.
Sideboards, brlca-brac, ''
Crockery, glassware, provisions, t
Meat safes, Ico box,
Kitchen utensils, lamps. Alter,
A largo number or pigeons and r
Terns nnd plants, together wlfh tho
Also all the athletic apparatus,
School benches, blackboards.
Grand piano, etc.
And a brake, rockaway, country
wagon, harness, etc., etc
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE !!
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FirtST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Hcretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Ilustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla utreet, 171 feet
deep; price (9000; one-half casli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SnCOND Proml8es"2C9 Klnau St..
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'roperty ban a frontage on Klnau( St.
if 115 feet and a depth or 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Dedrooms,
Pailor, Dining room, Kitchen, Hath,
laige Carriage House. Price J150U.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
has a right ot way entrance to Dcro
THIRD PrcmlBca on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Kluau St.
lOG-feet, depth 121 feet.
Ttonmy dwelling ou tho lot. Price
14000. One-half cash, balance on
n'ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. P. MORGAN.
85 OxieB. St
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