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B. O. HALL & SON,
A FAULTLESS LIGHT
TEL. MAIN 390.
MPT. BOB'S TESTIMONY
New Yolk. Sept. 30. A special tu
the Tribune from Wnsntuytuu snjs:
Admiral Eans, who was thu iiiort Im
portant witness beforu the Schley
e out t nt Inquiry, gave testimony In
KUpkirt of nearly all the articles of thu
precept upon which the ouduit uf
the commanding officer of the lljlng
squadron has been criticised.
Evnns cleared up n number of ob
scure facts bcnrlug upon the campaign
which had baffled Schley's partlxuns
and opponents up to this time. lie
took sealed illspatches Irotu Sampson
to Schley, which Schley t-lolmeu he
never gut. Kvans explained today that
he did not deliver them In person
when be got to Cleufuegiis because hi
had Injured his right arm nu the voy
age nnd It was baudaged tu bis side.
lie entriiitted the envelope to his ex-emtio-
officer. Commander Itaymond
Rcdgeis, who went to the Urooklyn
and presumably delivered It. Kvans
admitted that Chadwlck guvu him thn
rode for communication with the in
surgents at Clenfucgos before he left
Key West, but ho supposed Schley
also knew It. It never occurred to
him that' Schley and all thu captains
uf the squadron did uot know all about
It, notwithstanding Schley's signal to
the fleet that Cerveru was thought, for
several reasons, to be lu the harbor of
He did not regard the attack on the
Colon as at all serious, and saw no
reason why the reconnolssnnce could
not have been safely made at much
less range. His description of thn
Colon Incident threw plenty of now
light on that article of the pti-eept und
his description of tho Brooklyn's loop
and Its effects ,as well as of tho part
the Brooklyn subsequently ftiok In the
chase of the Colon on .Inly 3d was
extremely entertaining. If not strictly
germane to uiu subject. I In declared
that the chart Of tho navigating show
ing the positions and periods of tho
battle of July 3d to be all wrong, mod
ifying this characterization by leaving
out tho word "all."
Ab showing the relations existing
between himself and Schley, Kvans
told how he went aboard the Urooklyn
two days after the battle, and, ns ho
entered the. cabin, the Commodore pat
ted him on tho shoulder and said!
"Dobby, 1 am Just writing my report
and I'm saying you handled your ship
with consummate skill."
Another witness today was Captr.ln
Jewell of the scout Minneapolis, who
did not give information to the (lying
squadron warranting the belief that
the Spanish fleet was not tu Santiago
harbor, and who had never been asked
for information on tho subject.
The remaining witness was Captain
Miller of the Merrlmac, who said he
was unceremoniously detached from
hie vessel at short notice, to let. her be
used to stop tho entrance to Santiago
harbor, and so lost all his private rec
ords nnd Bignal books. Captain 8lg
beo will be the chief feuturo tomoriow
after the completion of Admiral Evans'
cross-examination, which Is expected
to bo severe.
"Then and Now" Is the London Out
look's heading to these verses:
i 1 o u g
O r u n d m a
b h ii hold
her Bklrts s o !
say If she
a k I r.s
a 1 1
Minister Wu Ting Fang Is quoted as
saying: "American girls ought oil to
marry, but they don't. The American
girl Is too particular. She sends away
tho .men very often. Chinese girls are
different. They marry; very few stay
single. Woman ought to marry; that
Is what she Is made for."
Next iluup to tililePH.
FOR THE HOME.
There In only one and that In the In
ciitulcsient. Always ready for ut.e with a soft,
lirllllatit nnd steady light, Does nut
MimUe or smell.
AddH the finishing toueh to a well
fill nlslii'd home.
Not expensive at many people think;
costs very little more than kerosene.
Let iik glte )ou an estimate on wir
ing your house; you will And our fig
ureii far below what ou uxpeited.
KING STREET, near Alakea.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The taxpayers are hereby notified
that the Income Tax for 1901 Is now
due and pajable to the Deputy Assess
ors of the several -districts.
section in. Act "ii, scKfdon Laws o:
1901: The Taxes on Income Impound
. .. . . . .'
shall be due am! payable on or before
tne mtecnth day of Miemlier or cadi
year; and any sum or sums annually
due nnd unpaid after thu raid fif
teenth day of Now inber shall have
udded thereto ten per cent on Jw
. . . . . . I
amount which shull be and bvconio .1
pint of such Tnx. Interest at the ra a
of nine per cent per nnnum shall be
added to the iiinouut of such Tax and
penalty from the timu tame shull be
All Income Tux not paid by Xuiem
bor 15th will be delinquent.
The delinquent list will be published
after December 1st, 1901.
JAMES . PUATT,
Assessor First DUIslou Islaud of
October Mb. 1901. 1!M'.3 3t
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to th
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dentnl parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teetl.
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dono by GIIADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In chargo of a Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as wo advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
8et Teeth SB OO
Gold Crowns 8(1.00
Gold Fillings .....CI.OO
Hllvcr Filling ouc
Our name alone will be a guarante
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental . Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
SOME OTHER FELLOWS
; II you don't get a pig nt
Stock YnrilB Co. und take
hep lop ii drive,
Swellest turnouts In town furn
ished on u moments notice.
RING UP MAIN 301,
Honolulu Stock Yards
Weather Hureau, Punahou, October
10. Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, 82.
Harometer at 9,a. m. 29.91, Falling.,
Dew Point 67F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 64 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station. Oo-
tober in. Weather hazy; wind light
Wednesday, October 9
Gas. schr. Eclipse, Townsend. from
Maul and Kona norts.
Tug turtle Baldwin, from Kahulul.
Wednesday, Oetolier 9.
S. S. Sonoma, VuMHerendoru. fur
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Hanntnnu
lu and Ahuklnl.
S. S, Sierra, Houdlette. for the Col.
Schr. Kawallanl. for Koolau ports.
Schr, Mllte Morris, for Koolau ports.
Tug Leslie Baldwin, for Knhnlnl
Thursday, October 10.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle. for
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Greene, for Kauai
ports; 5 p. m. ;
There was a passage at arms between
Commodore Fred Whitney of the
Oceanic Steamship Co. and runner
Imps of the Sailors' Home yesterday
Just befoie the Sonoma sailed for the
Ssu-iul nrcmen and coal passers
were put aboard her by Lewis and
Turk and It Is claimed the Sailors
Home people tried to get the ineu to
Insist on getting paid off here on their
return. He stu reeded In making some
tumble ami Whitney ran afoul of him.
After he and the runner had had a
heart to heart talk for aoout five min
utes the man from thn Sailors' Home
decided that he would retire. He did
so and the easel sailed without further
CHINA WANTS TAXES.
New York. Oct, 2. A cable to the
Sun from Peking says: The Foielgn
Office has addressed a note to the Min
isters asking for tho restoration of tho
tnvpH nn niMrrhnnillse ltnnorted bv wnv
"r Tlen-Tsln. which now pays no duty,
II I.i.Ihis nllnn.,.1 tl.At It In fns til Ik USA
It being alleged that It Is for tne use
of the legations and the foreign guards
remaining here. Formerly merchan
dise for the legations was admitted
free or duty wnen declared at ncn
Tsln. but the provisional government
1m iklin a 4I.I1.A lintl ylfwin lint tftrtlluStl
!ln charge there now does not collect
duty on any Imports. These have been
Increased by the fact that where there
were formerly only three foreign mer
chants In Peking, thcro are now nearly
J-or this nnsou rnnco su, who tins
charge of the collection of the octroi
nt Peking, wlsnes to tax alt mcichan
dlse brought into tho city. Yesterday
be seized fort j -eight cases of goods be
longing to the oldest merennnt In tho
city for non-payment of thu octroi tax,
and a test ease will bo made of ,the
matter, mere are many precedents
in favor of the merchants' claim that
they ni' exempt trom the tax. Tb
Ministers eoucerncd favor Prince Su.
Although Peking Is not an open purt,
It Is probable that merchants will not
li'i molested hereafter if they pay the
Admiral Kemph called on Prince
Chlng and I.I Hung Chang yesterday,
1'ai Ik Is passing through the hard
ship of a pearl famine. The peail
uecklace has become so fashionable
not only In Paris, but all over the
world, that pearls have become ex
ceedingly rare, and consequently un
ronsclonably dear, 'the more they
cost the more they are sought nfter.
In a well-known dealer's establishment
In the Frenlch capital Is a necklace f
forty-live pearls, a dozen of which aio
black. The price Is $88,0(iu. Ameri
cans are especially keen pearl hunt
ers, ami they will pay from $2'i,uflO
to Ifin.ow) for a collar without a mur
mur. In coUHcqiicnco of continued ue-
niBud a necklace which fifteen jenia
ago wus worth $200'J will today letch
from tiiooo to I8QQU
Disease Is gradually exterminating
the natives of Alaska. Reports from
St. Michael by steamer say that a
great deal of sickness prevails among
Ihe Indians along the lower Yukon.
Pneumonia Is carrying off hundreds
ot them, nnd they refuse to accept any
treatment from white physicians. As
soon as tho Indians are stricken dow
they resign themselves to the r fata
and die. The natives also refuse 10
bury their dead, and lu one. day tho
soldiers of St. Michael were obliged
to Inter ten bodies. It Is estimated
that during last winter at least 25 per
lent oi ine natives ot Nortliwesten
Alaska succiimbvd to tho lavages of
pneumonia and measles. Tne mission
aries In that part of tho country say
that before many years havo elapse.!
the tribes will be practically extinct.
Edwin Hinckley Barbour, professor
of geology In the University or Ne
braska, thinks tho geysers in Yellow
stone Park are disappearing. "The rap
Id decline of the geyser phenomena In
the Yellowstone National Park," he
says, "seems to bo but llttlo under
stood, but to those who will visit tlw
spot frequently the .changes seem
startling, and tn the geologist alarm
ingly rapid. If ono mav ludee from
impressions, It seems safo to assume
mat, ir the decline In geyser aethltv
noted during the last four years should
continue ror tho coming eight or ten
years, the features which most Im
press the geologist will havo disap
peared. As a warning, every geo!
gist who Intends visiting the park
should not postpone the trip a year,
uui snoum visit it at onco.'
Few women have ever been known
by four different names, though mar
ried but once. Such may, however, be
Lady Curzon's distinction. She started
life as Miss Mary Letter; by marriage
sho became Mrs. George N. Curzon,
then Lady Curzon of Kedleston. When
her father-in-law dies she will be Lady
A Hartford (Ind.) telegram says.
"Seyeuty-Blx cats were killed In ono
day this week, and the Board of
Health has Issued an ultimatum to
the effect that ovcry fclino In the
.own must bo ruthlessly slaughtcre I
The theory of tho Health Board Is that
cats carry diphtheria germs from
house to houso In their fur."
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Adt. In thli column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Iniertloni 23
cents two Insertions; ,30 cent ono
week; 40 centt two weeks, and 60
cents one month. tw it tne cneapeat
dvertltlng ever offered the people of
There are letters at this office for
tho following advertisers In answer
to advertisements In the Want col
umns. Kindly call for same: "Music,"
"V. X.," "R. 8.." "Enquirer," "H. H.,"
"Horse and Surry," "C. A.." OK.,"
"A. N.," '.'V. F. D.," "T. A. C." "Ta
ble," "V. P.," "C. K.." "W. H.." "T. O.,'
"J. O.," "No. 27," "X.," "W. II.," "A..
!. D. B.." "II."
3WEEDISH MA89AOE Miss Kln.l
Moving, Island Hotel, over Orpbeiiiu.
(NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
Ing privileges for tho Nanakull lands
are again offered to tho public.
Those wishing to secure permits
will bo lurnlshcd with tickets upon
application at the office of The Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. 1946-lm
MISS C. KRUEQER Piano Instruc
tions; studio, Metropole hldg., ll.'iO
Alakea St.; Tel. Main 345.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions ara
guaranteed for twenty years, and
nre made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good us new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chi
cago, Ilia- 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE a hotiso for rent or
want to rent a house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted. !
Office IIS Kaahumanu street. 1893-lf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unlo'n
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOIt
A YOUNG GENTLEMAr"having a few
hours' time would be pleased to pobc
as model; refined and best of char
acter; understands expression; expe
rienced artists preferred. Address
Artist. Bulletin office. 1962-lv
WANTED Four or five-room cottage,
furnished; centrally located. P. 0.
box 75. 1900-lw
$15.00 TO 18X0 A WEEK SALARY
for an intelligent man or woman
In each town; permanent posltloi.;
30 cents per hour for spare tlnu.
Manufacturer, box 78, Philadelphia.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
H P. O. box3G3. 1939 tf
MANAGER WANTED In every largo
county to nppolnt agents for the fa
mous "Game o' Skill" nickel Blot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place of all
forbidden Blot machines. Rented or
sold on easy-payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo
Works. Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Itlngs, In the latest styles. Watches
repaired by a jeweler of 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM A1NO BOARD.
THE METROPOLE, 1150 Alakea St.;
newly furnished rooms; electric-1
light; terms reasonable. 19.1C-1.U
TO LET A large, sunny trout room
In. a pHvate family; mauka ThomUs
Square; hot and cold water: electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. It, C '. O. box r.7i.
TO LET Five-room cottage, at Cot
tage Groe, King ot. Enquire F. E.
King, No. 8. 1955-lf
TO LET Six-room cottage on Collego
SU with stable and servants' qurr
tors. Apply nt Beretanla St.
TO LET Two
TO LET A 0-room house at Kapal.i-
ma: $12.50. Inquire room 8, Camn
bell blk.. Fort St.. 316. 1957-2 .v
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mrs. D. Center, Young stroet ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C, Brewer & Co., Queen
TO LET Newly furnished rooms.
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third houso above German Bakery,
Fort St. lU30-tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses'at
Kckaullke-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kltcheni'bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Estate, Ltd. 1921-tf
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply G. II.. P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
Blan St., of six rooms with all' mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frasber, Consolidated Soda
NICELY furnished room, $5 month;
private family; also front room, $10.
53 Vineyard St., near Nuuanu,
TO LET ti-room house on King
$11. Room 38, Campbell Blk.
TO LET 8-room house, with barn,
Nuuanu Ave, Room 38, Campbell
TO LET Warehouse space, 30x50
feet, fronting on Alakea Btreet; suit
able for store or, storage, Apply to
W. C. Gregg & Co., 502 uangenwatd
FOR RENT iNOiV v two-story houso,
just completed; hot and cold water,
electric lights; servants' quarters
and stable; Klnau near Alapal Bts.
Apply Tel. 1901 Blue. 1959-t
HOUSE of 14 rooms, Union S't, opp.
Pacific Club; G-room cottage, Garden
lane. M. L., Bulletin. 195G-2W
ROOMS AT THE .ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to $2.60 per
IF you have a houso for ront. or want
to rent a house, call on A. R. BINDT,
office with Ouldo Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant St., Tel
epbone Main 374. 1847-tf
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
A Hpeclnl lot of Knit Wool
MADE BY F. H. BACHMANN A
CO., BREMEN, GERMANY.
and brought to the Islands before
tho United States tariff on wool
We do not suppose that articles
of this quality could be obtained
In the United States today, even
at wholesale, for anything like tho
price at which we will close them
out this week.
Six colors White, Ecru, Cardi
nal, Maroon, Light Blue and Dark
The price. Just half of what they
must needs hereafter be
LAST CHANCE AT THE REM
NANTS. There are still n few remnants
left on our counters. One week Is
a short time to self tho accumu
lated odds and ends of six months,
so you will yet nnd some rich
FOR SALE Cheap, one driving or rid-1
Ing pony, 7 or 8 years old; sound and
gentle. Apply iiawn. Soda Worka,
Emma St. 1902-1 w
FOR SALE Ten fine lots nt PUU
NUI, abova Wylllo St.; high anl
dr), with good outlook, and conve
nient to Itapid Transit. Apply tJ
FRANK 8. DODGE, 77 Merchant 3t.
FOR SALE Gentle driving horse. En-
nulre Dr. A. N. Sinclair. 19C0-1W I
FOR 8ALE New and
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Smith Premier typewriters for sale
::rj::M! ra,:cB "SEfc
lugton Light Co.
FOR SALE A thoroughbred Holsteln
bull. Address V. V this office.
FOR SALE Stclnway parlor grand
piano: perfect condition. Call on
Will E. Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR 8ALE Two phnetons In good
condition. Ono used only a short
' time. Address "V. X.,' Bullotln of
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Tattila." as Bho now lies tn tho har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, lo
perfect working order, nnd has been
of late used' In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. II. Pain.
FRESH 8TRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rice straw Tor
.FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.,
with a frontage of 242 feet ana a
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. diONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST From King, neur Alapal, small
wblto fox terrier puppy, hulf black
and tan face; black spot on one eye.
Reward, J, Batehelor, 747 King.
FOUND A foanaat bicycle. Owner
can have sinm by calling at the Unl
it tin offlcu, Identifying property and
paying fur this advertisement.
A Case of Bribery.
An election petition was being tried
and a witness was called to provo "bri
bery." "One of the gentlemen sas to me,
'Hodge, you must vote for the Tories,' "
aid the witness,
"And what did yen answer to that?"
asked the counsel,
'yVoll,' says I, 'how much?"
"And what did the agent say?''
"He didn't say cothln'. The other
gentleman comes to me and uys: 'You
tuimt vote for the Liberals, Hodgei'"
And what did you answer?
"I said, 'How much?' So he afst me
what t other gentleman offered, and 1.
told him live iihllllags.'
"And what did tile Liberal agent
"He gave me ton."
Counsel sits down triumphant, aud
up starts tho other side.
"Did you vote for the Tories?"
"No. I ain't got a vote!" London
3 Lots In Kapahulu Tract.
Lot In McCully Tract.
House and Lot on Beretanla Street
3 Cottages and Lots on King Street
near Government Nursery.
For particulars and prices apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
S07 8tunfcnwnUI Building.
TEL. MAN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : ;
Art Embroidery Tauzht : : :
Love RulldlnO, Port Street
London, Oct. 3. "For months past
we have been told," sayB the Dally
Graphic this morning, 'that If tho
Boers would only abandon their elu
sive tactics and come to close quar
ters we should see what we Bhoilld
see. The Boers have taken ua at our
word and the results are certainly not
The chorus of dissatisfaction witn
i . .. n . . ...ii..
mo inertia oi mo unvernmi-ui is osuy
,i.i ... n.i.,i., rhi-i,ni
gathering force. Winston Churchill,
speaking last night at uianam, ue
n "serious and disquieting, no said
the war could bo enued only by vigor
ous military operations, 'ihn Dally
Mall and the Dally Chronicle comment
upon the fact that the huge British
army is seemingly only abio to remain
on tho defensive
The Standard says: "The Boers'
plan Is tn keep Lord Kitchener's army
busy In the north, nnd to give the rov
ing commandos in cape colony an op
portunity to ralso tho Cape Dutch
against Great Britain."
It Is believed that the (tovernment
at last recognizes the necessity of
meeting the renewed Boer activity.
Preparations arc being made to re
place Lord Kitchener's exhausted men
by fresh drafts. An -order has been
Issued rendering it Impossible to ob
tain discharge by purchaso from any
of the army reserves, sections of which
are being prepared for mobilization.
Lord Kitchener has sent homo a
fresh batch of Imperial Yeomanry,
suffering from organic disease unfit
ting them for life on tho veldt, to
gether with a strong pi o test against
the waste of public time and money in
enlisting such men.
There Is further evidence of the so
rlousness of the situation In Cape Col
ony. The Capo Premier, Sir John
Sprtgg. has gone to Johannesburg to
meet Lord Kitchener and i.ord Mllner
In conference, probably on the subject
or declaring martial law in iape pons,
Moedwlll, the scene of the bold at
tack by Commandant Delarey on Col.
Kekowltch's camp, la sixty-flvo miles
west of Pretoria and toon miles west
ot Rustenburg. As tho wounded were
being brought back to Rustenburg, It
looks as though Moedwlll had boon
MAYOR WASJELD UP
Portland, Or., Oct. 1. A masked
highwayman held up Mayor Henry S.
Rowe this evening within a block of
the Mayor's homo. Tne robber escap
ed. The Major had left his houBe to
board a trolley car, when the highway
man sprang at him out of the dark-
"Hold up your hands and be quick!"
said the robber, leveling a revolver al
the Mayor'B head. "Why don't you
hold up your hands?"
The Mayor, although startled, re
spouded, "I won't."
Then the robber threw his slouch
hat on the ground and ordered his hon
or to throw his money and valuable's
Into It. The Mayor tossed his valuable
gold watch into the bat
"Now, your money!" said the high
wayman, and the Mayor's purse, con
taining $0. followed his watch.
"Now, stand back," was the next
order, and Mr, Rowe retreated a short
distance. The robber gathered up his
hat containing the booty and then
commanded the Mayor to go In one di
rection and not look back on pain of
being shot. When his honor reached n
street car and turned around the high
wayman had disappeared.
WORLD HALT TRUST.
New York, Ocft. 2. An International
salt trust, which Is to obtain control
of the salt mines of the entire world,
has been incorporated In New Jersey
with a capital of '$30,000,000, and will
Issue bonds to the amount of $12,000,
' The International trust Is the out
growth of tho National Salt Company,
which is a monopoly of all tho Ameri
can salt producing plants In tho Unit
ed States. Tho new company will ac
quire tho National' Salt Company, the
Retsof Mining Company, the EnglUa
Salt Company and all the principal
salt producing properties In Canada
and Great Britain,
When neked the otherday what In his
opinion most made an nrmy officer
popular, General Miles replied: "Nev
er to omit to return a salute." -,
65 Queen St.
On Friday, October llth,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a largo
number of PIGEONS, in good condi
tion, consisting of Itutfle Necks, Fan
Tails. Carriers, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
; OF :
On Friday, October llth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very,
choice lot of ASSORTED FERNS and
JA8. F. MORGAN.
MR. C. J. LUDWIGSEN
On Saturday, October 19th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, the clo
gant homestead of Mr. C. J, Ludwlg
sen, situated on tho corner of LUNA-
LILO nnd KEEAUMOKU streets.
Tho property faces 200 feet on Lu-
nalllo street, 180 feet on KecaumoU'i
street and 200 feet on Matlock street.
Qrounds aro well cultivated anl
nicely kept. .
Large now dwelling houso contains
parlor -and sitting room, dining anl
Bowing room, kitchen, pantry, etc.
Upstairs four spacious bedrooms,
with clothes-closets and bath,'.
Servants' quarters on tho grounds,
A fine opportunity to obtain one 'if
the nicest residences In Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. F. morgan.
65 Queen St