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Weather Bureau, Punnhou, Juno 19,
Temperature Morning minimum,
15; Midday maximum, 4.
Harometer nt 9 a. m. 30.02, Falling.
Dew Point 69F.
Humidity at 9 a. m, 76 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station June
19. Weather clear; wind NE.
People to Propose
NEW WHEELS FOR
$ 1 6.50
Come Early They sell quick at this price.
PEOPLE ARE 9RINKINQ
STAGNANT WATER NOW
Hamakua District That is Suffering
Most Hilo Has Not Seen
Such Dry Weather for
s--tiw? vw 'M&ernwTFW m ntv-v
(SHIRTS)- - I
Xs, WHITNEY S MARSH '
MADE. TO ORDER
Shirts with Jne pair detachable
cuffs made to your measure for
$1.26 I.SO 1.7S 2.00 2.2S
according to the quality of the
material selected : : : : :
B. O. HALL & SON,
KING AND FORT 8TREET "'
10. Jl J 10
1 1, jo 440
Monday a ),
HURRAH FOR THE 4th OF JULY
I - X
SZ HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF -
rZl Now PIrc-works, PIuJim, Shield. -2
Fcstonlnu, Decoration - Bunting, -3
g Torpedoes, Lnnterns, Etc., Etc.,
e- which win ik mj:u ;u o.ui rr.iucistu piKcs,.
g ASSORTED CASES OFHRE-WORKS
from Sio.oo to 825.00 at the : :
BERETANIA ST., NEAR FIRE STATION 3
fc P. 0. Box 535-
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF M t. CH 8. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BB8T - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
The Gunn Sectional
1 l-lut Top
The Coyne Furniture Co., "..,
P. O. BOX Oil. PROGRE5S
c Chicago, June 7. Matthew J. Stef
fins, a Chicago photographer, has In
vented an automatic "nlcklc-In-the-lot"
photographing machine, which
will make a complete picture In twenty
seconds. Tho machlno 1b called the
"photographist," and la as Blmple as it
Is remarkable. The picture, when
turned out by tho machlno. Is about
two Inches long and one and one-halt
Inches wide and' Is printed on tin
When a nlckle or dime Is placed In the
slot In the front of the machine a tin
plate Immediately drops Into the lit
tie camera, tho shutter of the lens
opens and the person or object directly
In front of tho cabinet Is exposed to
view through a small hole. When the
exposure is completed -a bell rings .to
notify tho party that his "sitting" Is
finished and tho plate, as though
handled by human Angers, drops Into a
pan of chemical solution and the photo,
graph Is developed.
YERK8 LONDON RAILWAY,
London, Juno 6. Tho District Rail
way today sanctioned Charles T.
Yerkes'plan to transform the system
Into an electric lino. The work will
occupy two years.
Tho agreement with Yerkes provided
for the formation of nn electric trac
tion company to electrify tho road.
Yerkes, who represents a syndicate of
sixteen Influential firms, bankers and
capitalists, Is ready to stake 1,000,000
to help the railroad relieve Its position.
Tho syndicate .had already bought
shares to the value of 1,250,000, and Is
ready to buy as many more,
, The king of cameras Is the Fii?o.
'First In name, first In quality, first In
execution. Plates or films.. The 110.
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. are the
sole agents for this exquisite Instru
PHOTOS WE YOU WAIT
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S. W. LEDERER, Prop.
Famous Gunn Desks
The ground and two upper fbors In the
ON QUEEN STREET,
at present occupied by the U. S. Quarter
master. Possession Riven on July 1st,
ALLEN & ROBINSON, LTD.,
i868-,t Queen 'street,
All' Parties owing' money to OAI1U
rnl 1 di-c .... 1.1 ......... .
WUULbUb, IUI IUIIIUII UI J7U3lUr-lKC, a c
hereby notified that unless these bill are
oald within 1 w.ek t.i Jiid & Co.. P O.
Box 667, they will be given to a lawyer
i868-iw By Iti agents. Judd & Co,
There has been such a drought on
tho Island of Hawaii fcr tho past two
months or so that neonle llvlne there
"have becomo very much wrought up
over what it to be done along the lino
of relief. In Hilo, known broadcast In
the Islands as the Halny City, there
has been a lack of rain the like of
which has not been experienced In
However, the complaints of greatest
distress como from the District of Ha
makua where people, arc forced to de
pend entirely on tho rains for their wa
ter. At several places during tho last
fortnight, people havo been forced to
procure their water from tho ditches
where It has becomo stagnant through
long standing. The people nre suffer
ing terribly and tho live Btock is be
ginning to dlo oft.
The situation Is most nlnrmlug since
what Is known in Hnwal! net as the dry
season Is just coming on and tho ex
tent of the hardships from the lack of
rain Is something that tho peoplo nro
looking forward to with great fcar If
the present state of affairs continues,
It will bo necessary for people living
lr. such places ns the Hamakua district
to carry what water Is absolutely ne
cessary to existence, from such districts
of Hawaii as Konn,
This alrmlng lack of water all over
tho Island of Hawaii has called forth
various suggestions and tho ono
which seems to bo tho most practicable
lb that of Importing n number of ex
pert rainmakers. A man who, returned
from a trip to the nig Island in the
Klnau last Saturday, had the following
to say regarding the matter:
'I have spoken with various planta
tion managers on Hawaii and they
agrco with me that something must bo
done, and that quickly. I suggested
rain mnkcrs and they took to the idea
'There aro always plenty of clouds
hovering over tho places whero thq
rain has been lacking lor such a long
time but they show a great distaste for
the earth. Rain makers on the Main
land have done wonders for places
where the peoplo havo suffered from
drought and they would be Just as
beneficial here. To send for a couplo of
these men would be money well spent.
It would mean thousands of dollars to
the men .who trust to the boII for their
livelihood. One has only to look over
the records of the rainmakers on the
Mainland to have dispelled nt once
all fears as to the success of the experi
ment here. Now Is tho tlmo for ac
tion for the Islands have still two or
three Inonths of tho driest weather of
tho year yet In Btorc."
nil ie hnb
SEA QIYES UP MYSTERY
OF DEAD MAN'S ISLAND
Body Found With Rope About the
Neck Captain Probably Hung
by His Mutinous
San Pedro, Cal., June 0. Uncovered
by tho caving of a bank, a mass of hu
man bones rovcals a clew to what for
a century has been a mystery. A hun
dred years ago the captain of a Dritlsh
whaling ship, lying off this port, was
killed by bis crew, which mutinied.
It was known that they burled him
on Headman's Island, but tho manner
In which they accomplished tho killing
was kept a secret, and, although In la
ter years the subject was one of much
inquiry, the direct cause of death was
Gradually the sea has washed away
the base of Deadman's Island, which
stands near the entrance to the Inner
harbor, and the upper part has been
caving away. A party of boys fishing
near the placo Wednesday discovered
the contents of a grave, which had
fallen byithe caving away of the bank.
The bones had fallen only a short
dlstanco fro mthelr resting place, so
that the arrangement was only party
destroyed. Although solid, as If pre
served by tho dryness of the sandy
soil, the bones were greatly yellowed,
showing that they had been resting
th'cro probably a hundred years.
Looking more closely, the boys found
an old rope, rotted with nge, wound
about tho skeleton, between tho head
and ribs. The rope was of the slzo
used by hangmen.
Tho discovery is tnken to Indicate
that tho unfortunato skipper was
hanged by his crew, and that they
burled him without removing the rope
with which ho had bcen.hanged.
Subscriber totlio TJULLKTIX
not receiving their imperii promptly
will confer a favor by notifying the
ihisiness Oflice; Telephone 250.
First Quaiter of tho Moon on tho 23d
at 10:29 a. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for
thirty days are as follows:
fjaollc S. F.
Ventura S. F.
Hongkong Maru S. F.
Doric S. F. ,
Sierra S. F. ,...
Hongkong Maru Yokohama
N, D. A United States Army trans
port may be expected from San Fran
cisco on tho 9th and 21th of each
month, en route, to Manila
Wednesday, June iq.
Stmr James Makee. Tullett. from Ana-
liola with 25eo bag sugar.
Stmr Han.ilei. pedersen, from Maka
well wtli 5000 bags sugir to Alexander &
Br Sp Hllston, I'lcharJs, 137 days from
Wednesday. June to.
Br so Areus. Hu iter, for Portland, an
Am bk Kalulanl, Dabel, for San Fran
cisco. TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmrlwalanl, Greene, for Anahola at
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, for Eleele at 4
Stmr Kauai, Brulin, for Kona and Kau
ports at 1 p m.
. From Anahola. per stmr James Makee,
June 19 MI'S 'Waterhouse, Mr Hugh, R
Blouln and 8 on deck.
From Makawell. per stmr Hanalel. June
IQ-Dr B F Sandow and wife, hiss
Vuinr, Levi Kauai, miss laklna, S Udo,
Water Wright, Mrs J Wright, H Peder
sen, W I Lu.'as and 47 0.1 deck.
For San Fianclco. per Am bk Kalulanl,
June iq-J C WlUams. MIssH M Wheel
er, W B Kb cald. A Klncsld. Mrs J M
Knwl-on jiiJ 2 children, MrsFIiowei,
Ml . Albecs Ellis, .Miss A C Lamb, Alls
E N Heslop
LAWSON BARRED OUT.
New York, Juno 7. Thomas W. Law
son's yacht, tho Independence, will not
be allowed to compete In tho trial races
preliminary to tho races tor tbo Ameri
ca's cup unless she shall bo chartered
by some member of tho New York
Yacht Club, who enters her for such
events as she may bo qualified to take
After a. meeting of the challenge
commltteo today It was decided to re
turn Mr. Lawson bis proposition to
charter tho Independence to a number
of New York yacht gentlemen, who
comprise the challenge commltteo. Tho
correspondence was given out tonight
by Secretary Oddie.
Now that Wray Taylor has returned,
tbo Amateur Orchestra will resume Its
work so as to be In shape for tho
Fourth of July. Mr. Taylor stated this
morning that he would, in all prob
ability,' call a meeting for next Tues
day night. Ho has a fino lot of now
music and Is as anxious to begin as tho
members of tho orchestra aro to havo
him do so,
Navy Man Sentenced.
Washington, June G. News Iiob been
received here through official channels
that Lieutenant Richard II. Townley
of the Navy has been vconvlcted by
court martlal'At Manila And sentenced
to dismissal from tho service. Tba
charge on which Lieut. Townley was
court martlaled wns in connection with
the recent commissary Irregularities al
Manila. The sentence must be approv.
ed by the President to become effective.
Oarsmen Off for Henley,
Philadelphia, Juno 8. The Unlver
slty of Pennsylvania crew sailed for
Liverpool today on the Waeslsnd to
competo in tho Henley regatta for tlin
grand challenge, cup from July 3d to
July Cth Inclusive. Tho Pennsylvania
party consisted of fifteen varsity "tars
men, a coxswain, two substitutes,
Coach Ellis Ward and Clraduato Man
ager Reginald Hart.
ClgarettoTax Law Upheld.
Marshalltown, Iowa, June 8. Judge
Ilurnham of the District Court today
decided that the Iowa cigarette law is
constitutional .and that tho property of
dealers in cigarettes and owners of
buildings where they are sold may be
attached and sold for said tax. The
American Tobacco Company, it Is said,
.!(. tit tlih rn'umii will lit iimtrltil
of IB cenlt n IliK out iiiterllmi 1 iS
cenli lien tnitrlloni; Siieult int vttk; iO
ctnlilxeo uetlt, and SO cfhli un( wonfA.
Tu'a is Ihf chenpM ailierlitlujtitrujj'trtj
llit peojilf 11 UomAitU, ' I
SALESMEN EARN Sno A MONTH ulllnc
o r rrn tartan corvlnz boolt, and other office
specialties by samplat easy sHtrs t Rood ron s t ,
met by all nutchsMi : tine U lines L. A. rLY
rites "can inakefij a veelt." W. (. LARRY
"cleareJ $i In one-hall J J. W. J. AUS1 IN, lit ,
Inijhuura'" H. E. PAYNE'S first order ai lor
f ts worlh. Including 16 ccpylnz books. Catalogue
tree. MODEL MFC. CO.. Utl'T. jt, South Uend. I
PARISIAN riRESSMMvER-Mmt I' Lambert,
I lw.tA fanavs fVtBj-t It. eel. ft, ntlafl.l tit .1eeaetd
miklnjf purlnrt Hftt-cUnnitinfnni latent JcslpTti. t
. riuianuAvetPov vtnt-arj .gT'imo
DOOKKCCPINU taught; Joubtetntry. Short bU
L- nets methoi, also tnjjli: NeaioiuW 104!
KtnfjM. m t . . W'w
VOUR rUTUUE correctly tili. Consult Maiim
I ha toon, lecently from tit Colonies. P U,
Honottilu.il T. -
VIUTICE TO nulLDERS-The Union Express Co.
N has WHITE SAND FOR SALE t.,)tf
D1CYCLE SADDLE WimeJ Dexc'urije a alcs
0 H)cte.rractlca ly new, for a saJJIe. Apply at
this nffl e. iWg-tf
UANTED TO RENT An unfurnlihei cottage of
vv t or rooms with bath, convenient to Bert
t nta or King street cars, fcr a single eemlfman.
nJJressX Y.Z., Bulletin Office. tS6?-)t
11 ANTED Two oo4 solicitors ; steaJy cotillon,
W gooJ pay. Call between 9 and u. Room too,
JucU Building, corner Me 'chant and Fort Sis. 6imw
lANTED To Sen. Jewslrv and Wati
" In the latest styles Watches leralred
Jeweler of is years experience,
WANTED Book 'keepers and nrriccclerkt. Jrlvers
salesmen and a I classes of help. Don't waif
jntll ysu set the add In the pater, but call oJay t
Select Employment Burcaj corner of Alakea and
FflCE POSITION Jtr4l by competent Book
seeper. "j. t. uunenn untce mvima
WANTED ladles and jzemiemen to Introduce the
"hottsst" seller en eath Dr. White's Llcctrlc
Comb, ratcnted i3. A Rents are Cilnlnr none
Cures all forms nf alp all 1 ems. heaJ4Ciei, etc
vet costs the same as an i Jlnary c tmb. Send oc In
lamps for sample D. N. Rose, G n, Mjr.. Deca
tur, III. i3tjMm
CXPRIENCEO STATIONARY ENGINEER,
t- thoroughly fa ml I tar ulth high speed engines,
leslres position. (Ball en;lne.epeclali) Erjrmeer,
Bulletin OWce i.a-rt
OUNG MAN, stenographer and typewriter, at
I once. Adlress"A N.'1 Bulletin Ofnce.
TO LET A rooming huse of ijicoms, comple'ely
furMshtd. f,allat6ioH.telSt. m ie$3-.w
TO RENT Fu nlsheJ six-room house. New house.
new furniture. tl modern lirprovemenis. Rental
$so.oo per m nth it) Lunnlllo St . f ot nf Kewalo.
Appy onprem'ses or to C. E. M.ore &Co,ist
Merchant Si, Phone Main j3 . ,s6t"iw
TO LET FurnlsVd front room lth board, suit
able tor two tent'emen. King place first house
on the left off Beretanla. i86-iw
TO LET A five-room cottage, 01 cornr of Klnau
1 and Pen m co la streets. Apply to W. O. Alwater
OFFICES FOR RENT-ln Brewer tulldlnjr. Oueen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. brewer
t?x Co., Ltd. imi)mos
TO LET or least for a term of years, one targe
building at ll!el, ta, with a drive all around
the bullJIngj known as the Honolulu Slam Ltundry
building. Tor Intormaifon, apply at Peer.tss Pre
serving Paint Company. iMt.tw
rO LET Two furnished rooms. Gmts.
W W. Beebe. care of Jami Not'. Jr.
"TO LET A house of over jo rooms, centrally
located. Ail new. Apply Bulletin ofnce. 6c-at
PR RENT Ont double ard three single f urnlsVd
rooms. Can boused for light housekeeping
Private family. 446 I'unchbuwl street. i3oomw
FOR RENT-Wilder Avenue, next Atetsnder St
New t room house. Bed Rooms prctMin bath:
also nicety furnished cottage, suit Ughthous keep-
a,aw rental, -au or vy icncr, vr. o. inis omce.
TO LEASE-Six acres ot land In Kewal. For
r-ftlculirs apply to A R. BINDT. uffl e with
Guide Publishing Co , Campbell Blovk, tVenhant
Sr. Telephone Main tt
TO LET A fa 1 room -.ot'aje, kitchen, panuy and
bathing room, sitJateeJ on Cunha's Lane, back
of Vineyard St. Aprly to J. A. M O.orlo, luor
dtpartment ol Hoff ,ctiiicer Co Ltd . Klo street,
FOR RENT-A suite nf three furnished rooms
suitable for housekeeping, ijftj hot! St. js-iw
OFFICES FOR RENT Four large rooms now
occupied by Major Robinson at Quartermaster's
0 rices. In Progress llio k, will be 'or rent alter June
Jo The robins will be rented slnitly or en suite.
pply to C. S. e&kv, Progres Block. ,8.lf
TO LET Five room cottage, enameled tub, etc.
next lo Mormon church. Apply 10 A, G. Cunht,
at premises .1511 mo
IU LbT LleganMy furnished 'throughout" Seven
ruom ho.se Rent for term at $ij per month,
Splendid location King st ee. beten Waiklkl
Roid an Thorns Square Atkinson. Room 8, Ma
goon Building, Merchant St.
TO LEASE For a term of three ears the furnish
ed residence of John Cassldy, Waiklkl; a two
s'ory house of nine rooms, with large lnal, mosquito
croof throughout 1 hot w er fur bath, also co tagt
of two looms In yard. Good beach end ea bs'hln;;
slso, fine view ofllonolu'u JOHN C4SMUY, too
Heafh Roai.alklk. r P.O Bo6', 'fli'-tw
rO LET Sefion House, well furnished roors with
M-r'. Yf.u a-Ft ,ne.- Iiliil nio-m
FOR RENT An tlht room Collage. All Toijrn
Imorovements. I wo mhutes ua k from Tram
way. Inquire a the M'nt or Favorite haloui iBk tf
TO LEl "Comfortable cottaies on the premises of
the Sanltay Steam UtfnJry Co , L'i. .Martnlun
and South streets. The cottiges contain 4 rrms,
kitchen and oath room, N' extra charge for hot and
old waier and electric lights, Rent reasonable, Af
"ly on the premises to J.llehtfoM manlier c8tf
FOR SAIE Folding bed, or to ex h-Rge for bed
room fucnl urt. Address J, M , this otner,
f OR SALt.
I ADIES niCYCt"! FOR SALE, fool as new. In--
quire at, this oftKe. i64att
BUSINESS SNAP. WANTED-A manor
wuman. ,,r both, with between Sjoooand Stoco,
to buy an unexpired lease on premises near the busi
ness center. Piace Is run as rouniirg house 1 $140
worth of furniture t )o rooms ; during past year list
been full all the time, turning many applicants away.
less tttns two ears with privilege ot extension 1
Income over all expenses last sear, SiSuo 1 Furniture
praqkal y new address Bulletin. H H H. 69.1t
:OI( SUb CHEAP-A new surrey, only used a
few times. California Feed To. i8S- w
for tile In lots to suit. California Fee J Co,
Queen an4 Nuuanit Sli. m itoS-m
FOf SALE Youn? family bu?ayiWe, Ix)fr
olJ. M'J anJ reifab'e, ta't for woman or chili
(nJr.vr. "W. R" Bulletin Office iBM-iw
tc iWi (V House and lor, Waiklkl road,
p 7,vAAMAJ belonging to estate of G. Man
son. JFor particulars, enquire of Mrs. O, ,M anion.' or
F. L. Waliron. i3i8imp
FOR SALE Phaeton, good as new". Full leather
top. A.O.Hltchcoc k, in King St. i3ja-tf
COR SALE t haeton In exceltent condition, cloth
- lined. Cost $11 new. For salt cheap. Inquire
of Mrs W, C WeeJon, Bingham St , or room ft.
FOR RF.NT-Two Cottages at Wtlktkl. Rent Sis
per month each. Inquire of S. T. Pain, Tram
way a ofrke, Muuahoj. i8uiw
FOR -ALE-Ba'gatns: fine lot ?)tnj. MOk'AUEA,
KALliil. spltndld kw. cheiD tnaulre at this
COR SALE-Ws 00. A bargain. Top buggy, good
I eiawi r.lietaloii .laa LI ... a . .
!,- I.A1III1KIII tirtlll),., IH.wf IVVIwri, III-
quire of W. W. Wright. Fori St iHt'-im
PR SALE A bicycle merry go-round, carries 16
passengers, little used. ,ost $4jo, will sell for
Stfo.Enqulre at i)s Merchant St. 8n-tw
FOR SALE Algaroba cordwood. In quantities to
suit-delivered. Apply R Llshmaa, Keaumoku
street. Ttl. White t66t , i8siw
RR SALE Three thoroughbred English whltt
setter pups. Inquire Washington Light Co,, or
Telephone 14). 1840-1 m
HOTEL FOR SAE. good paying property In
heart of town, long least, cheap rent. $1,000.
Part cash, part mortgage Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Six lots or. Kipahti'u Road. Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmett May, Judd Building. t)8tt
A HOME "UP THE VALLEV." The
r House and lot at the head of Rublnson Lane.
Nuuanu Vatley, belonging to C. B Rlpty Is offered
for sa t. This Is one cf the choicest homes In the
suburbs of Honolulu; a modern house, almost
new, fine s able, very large shadt trees 1 no coler
place In Honolulu; and will be sold on the most
reisonaMe terms. Apply to owner, on the prenlses,
or at room 10, Progress Block, i8.imo
LOST on Pall road lour certificates ot McDrlde
stock No v alue except to ow ntr as numbers ar.
known and transfers stopped. Reward on bringing
to Eakln, stockbroker. Fort SI. tSAa.iw
ONE WEEK OiNLY
Two hours and a half of Comedy. Songs
and Marvelous Acrobatic Feats
DRILL SHED GROUNDS
MONDAY. JUNE 34.
In his sensational 86 foot dive Into a 6-foot
tank of watet ( In front of tent.
FREE-7J3Q Every Evening-FREE
Reserve seats on wile at WALL, NICHOLS
A: CO., ommenclng Thursday, June 20th.
Popular Prices 25c, 50c, and 75c.
Pound Manter'8 Notice
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below nave been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklkl, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner satisfied, will be
sold at the date hereunder named, accord
ing to law:
June 16, 19011 Gray Maro, branded
X on the left hind leu. ,
June JO, 19011 Sorrel Mare, un
deacrlbable brand, white stroke on
forehead to nostrils, left hind leg white,
June 17, 19011 Dark Gray Jenny
ass, branded O on tho light side of the
neck and 17 on tho left side, left fore
June 18. 19011 Sorrel Mare, branded
1' ot'Sft hind leg, while stroke on
forehead to Nostrils and left hind leg
f And unless the feestand damages are
paid bclore Saturday, tne btli day ct
July, loot, they will be sold at public
auction on the above date at 12 o'clock
iE&j-3t Pound Master.
" . ' '. ; . . j .J
a Jsti. .. u. T . . riTrr,
tt&a&zzm. .0 m-umtx.,
Jas. F. Morgan
" 68 Queen Street
. For Sale
I offer for sale the fine residence, of Mr.
nmicLK Pnlllnc. Cl,lls,I miCkJ c.
-- ........,.,,hiuu1IJWW, OMCCl
hetu'ern hntt inrt Nini.1,,1 c..., iu.
Erounds are nicely improved and planted
wiiii line uccj. 1 tic main eweuinj; nouje
l well and substantially built. In good re
nalt and cnnt.tlnc Inre,. Int i.,m .i....ki.
pirlors extra latee dining room, large hall.
j Mud wikc ucuruoms. Dainroom Willi Mot
and cold water, large kitchen, fine cellar, a
portion of which Is cemented and contains
extra stove with' stationary washtub.
Large rear yard. A large barn, stables,
ntii iiuuacauu servant nouse. '
Of Street. .1 ilrnth nf -itfi fMl an,l 1 ...fr.l
area of 48 100 of an acre.
Jas. F. Morgan.
x fis Queen Street.
For Rent !
Three NEW HOUSES now being built
on the upper side uf Beretanla street, near
Building an two-story with five bed
rooms, parlor, sitting-room, dining-room,
reception hall, kitchen, pantry, fine clothes
closets, bath,' etc., etc , large yards, ce
ment w;lks, etc. Each house Is connect
ed with the sewerage system. "
Houses ready for occupancy on or about
KENT ?6o per month.
AUn nne, eVur hniio n Trtniii ln.l
Rent I50 per month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Residence of C. J. McCarthy, on Young,
Pllkol and Beretanla streets. Fine large
yard, with fruit and shade trees.
House contains parlor, dining room,
pantry, kitchen, large bedrooms, servants'
Stalls for two horses and carriage room.
House, will be rented furnished. Patty
renting must take good care of the
JAS. F." MORGAN.
5 Queen Street.
London, Judo 6. After a long and
somewhat bitter dlscutalon iof the
policy of tho War Offlce In buying
horses for use la South Africa the
House of Commons tonight, by a vote
of 1G9 to CO, voted the sum of 15,
779,000 tor transports and remounts.
Sir tylundel Maple, Conservative, as
serted that Dritlsh officers who hail
been sent to Hungary and Austria had
purchased broken down animals at
xtravagant prices and divided .wjth
the sellers the prlco charged tho Brit
ish Government above the actual cost.
He demanded the appointment of a
committee of Inquiry.
Lord Stanley, Financial Secretary of
the War Office, Bald an inquiry would
be made Into tbo matter and he be
lieved tho accusations ot corruption
brought against British officers would
nrodcrlck, tho War Secrctnry, said
tho War Oflice .paid for horses in En
gland 42,, In Canada 30 and in Aus
tralia, tho United States and Hunri ry,
20 to 25. Later In the discussion
Uroderlck said a telegram had Just
reached him from Lord Kitchener an
nouncing that between 50,000 nnd CO,.
000 troops were now suitably mounted,
The War Secretary .defended the good
quality of tho horses bought aboard.
London, Juno 7. It is understood
that tho charges mndo by Sir Dlundel
Maple aro of n serious nature It In
said that In ono case an officer netted
50,000 In tho purehaso of horses In
Hungary. Dissatisfaction is Bald to
have existed In the colonics because
tho Government has been buying hoise
on the Continent when colonial ani
mals were available.