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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU If.
THUnSDAY, NOV. 7, 1901.
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No Cause for
. your books are put
away in a
MACNEALE and URBAN
Best Insurance In tlio world. Plenty of evlilenco In Honolulu flres to
show that these safes nro absolutely fireproof In every respect.
Entire new stock In alt sizes Just received by
E. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND 8EE THEM.
CORNER KING AND
PAY US A CALL.
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
Jetermined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
, llrst will get first choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are al' be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for Si. 25, now go for Si. 00; Si. 50
books go for Si 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
IED TO Sill
In the Police Court this foienoon,
Die c.iM of J. J. Kelllplo, charged with
.issimll and buttery on Koclin, the
luikni.in, was nolle ptos'tl, Deputy
Sheriff Chllllngworth explaining that
the other defendant, K. Kelllplo, -had
left for the other Inlands In the Klnau
I.ul, a Poito Mean. 1 harged with va
grant y. was sentenced to two months'
imprisonment at hard labor on the
clurKo of vagrancy. I.ul tiled to
squirm out of IiIb uncomfortable posi
tion but his story did not bold togeth
er. Ho said he had only uirlved In
town from Ewa plantation at 4 o'clock
jesterday afternoon. As ho was seen
loafing around a saloon all day ) ester-
das that part of the story fell to tha
ground. Agulu, Lut said ho had been
currvlng cane on the pluutatlou men
tlontd. Deputy Sheriff Chilling worth
here lifted one of the mini's hands mid
they were as soft as n woman's. Tncie
una not a slgii of work.
Dob Levy, the haikmiiu, thaigeil
with libidinous solliltatlon, hud lill
case uollu pros'd.
The majority of the inses on the
calendar were continued until later
dutes on account of the fact that ut
turncjs concerned had business In the
Fire Taken LIveH.
Philadelphia, Oct. 23. Nineteen
tiersons were killed and pioperty val
ued at $5uu,000 destroyed aa tho ro
suit of a flro which occurred today In
the busluvsu section of the city.
Daintiest nnil piettlcst Ire iii'am
pnilnrs mi tlio Island, ami couduited
in llist-tlans manner.
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTERS,
Ton. Coffee, Chocolate, Hie.
Electric fans generously dlstrlbut
fit make the plnco tool mid comfort
able, ami tlio new beautiful fuinlturu
gives It n tonn of splendor.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water buttled at the
Zollhuuti, - Germany.
The Favorite ol New York
and London Society.
was selected as
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.ldon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
8ole Agents, t
8ANTE FE COMBINE.
Chicago, Oct. aij. Tho Chronicle to
11101 row will suy: A new tiaus conti
nental lallway system Is to bu formed,
Tho Pennsylvania and Santa Po roads
aic planning an alliance. Heretofoiu
the Pennsylvania's connection to and
from thu West has been tho Uurllng
ton. which bus becomo the pioperty
of thu M01 gun-Hill syndicate. Thu
scheme Is uut u financial proposition,
but merely one Involving clone truf
Weather Hun an, I'unnhou, Nti em
ber 7 Temperature Morning mini
mum. fi9: .Midday maximum, Til,
Barometer at 9 11. m. 29.91. Steady,
ltalnfnll O.S0 up to 9 11. 111.
Dow Point 70F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 90 per cent,
Diamond Head Signal Station, No
umber 1, llnlntng; wind fresh E.
Wednesday, Nov. 0.
S. S. City of Peking, Smith, from
Thursday, Nov. 7.
Am, s-chr. II. W. Ilartlett, Olcsen, IS
dajs from San Francisco.
Sir. Hawaii, Ilrnnctt, from Molokal
Am. schr. Maggie C. Hum, Knlilcn
berg, 25 d.ts from .Memloilno. '
Schr. Kanallaul, for Koolau ports,
Schr. Ada, for llanalel and Knllhl-
Am, bkt. Aniellu, Wilier, for the
Str. Mlknlinla, Orcgory, for Kauai
ports at .", p. m.
passengers arrived. '
Prom San Kranclco, per i-. M. S.
S. City of Pelting. November ".Ho
nolulu Mls I. Ilnrnes, Mrs. R. C.
Ilrunn nml children. II. Doden, II.
M. Hepburn l.cc Guey Hon, Mrs. S.
J. Steele and child, W. J. Drum
monil. Copt. (! White-Donald. Miss
D. Hnrnei, Major W. K. Duekhels-
hit. dieting Kong, Col. W. II. lleiicr.
il.ee Kim, Mr and Mrs. I.. T. Sterne-
1 maim I' iiinl P, R. McMnhon, Mrs.1
lit. W. Jones mid fnmily, A Ilium,
Col C i:. 1.. II. DnWs, .ludgo and
'Mrs. W F Knnr, L. S. Hnoth. IV
Hutch. Mr. and' Mis. P. A. ScnaefeS
I ami family, Genige Nell. I'or Yoko
hama 11 I). Howies, Mr. ami Mrs.
E. W lltown. Lieut, nml Mrs. C.
.Minsli. Dr. W. C. Plteb. Lnvvignco
'lliuok, Mn Kelhlng. W. Lent, Pied.
Spang, Mr. and Mrs. Humes Moss nnd
'child. H. Suglno. C. Shlhn. Y. Mlt
'sukl. Por Kobe M. Abe. Por Na
gasaki William Schroeiter. Por
Shanghai Mrs. II. T. Klper. Mr. and
Mis. C. H Medliurst and Infant. Por
Hongkong Mrs. A. M. Campbell,
Chns. Emmel, Mr. nml Mrs. W. P.
Gwvnni! ami fnmily, II. U. Punting,
II. 1. Stafford, Mrs. A. Wlnne, Mr
nnd Mrs. C. 11 Wetmeri". Mis. E,
Duggnn Hp. T. Euniot, Dr. C. W.
Jones, Mis. A. E. Hoe, M, II. Samp
bon. Mrs. Stella tox. W. h. Jones, I
Auss 1:. Duggan. Mis. J. 1;. Galhrnlth
uml Infant, Mr. and Mis. I. I). Long,
Miss Hoe. Mis. S. 12. Thompson, Mr,
nnd Mis. A. E. loledo.
THE FOOTBALL SCORES.
New Hnvea, Conn., Oct. iC. Yale
University defeated Columbia at foot
ball this afternoon by the score of
10 to .".
Chicago, Oct. 20. Two brilliant
runs, one by Captain Davidson for
'fcrty-flve nrds nnd ono by llcvnolds
for thirty-five nrds. together with a
goal Kicked by snook, netted a scoro
of 11 points for the University of
Pcnnsjlvnnla today, whllo tno Chi
cago men were unable o score.
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 26. Har
vard easily defeated tho Caillslu In
dlans on Soldiers' Pleld this after
uoon by a scoro of 29 to 0.
Princeton. N. J., Oct. 26. Princeton
defeated Lafaette hero today by a
scoro of 1; to n. The game was hard
fought and was marred only by fum
bles In the first half by both teams.
Ithaca. N. Y., Oct. 2C On Percy
field today Cornell defeated Oberlln
College by a score of 29 to 0.
West Point. N. Y Oct. 2. In two
20-mlnute halves West Point today
defeated the Williams College foot
ball team by a Bcoro of 13 to 0.
Annapolis, Mil.. Oct. 2B. State Col
lege or Pennsylvania defeated the
oaval tadets hero this aftemoon by
g score of Jl to ti.
WHAT BARNEY JOY 8AY8.
Harney Joy, tho man Miuiiigir Po
gurt) of the Custom House hum ac
cused of Hajlng that Deputy Sheriff
Chlllliigwiirth hud written the piotest
of tli Capitol ;ig.ilnst the Custom
House team, li.ul the following to h.iy
about ihe matter tod.i: "If Pogarty
says I told him Mr. Chllllngworth
vviote tli.it piotest, he tells a deliberate
falsehood. I did say that the Capitol
men came down heie to the station and
that Special Olllcer McKlnnon helped
them out ami drafted the petition as an
accommodation. Tim exact wonls were
typewritten and then sent in us a pro
test." NEVADA 18 DRFBATL'D.
San PinnciKco, Oct. 1. "Aftur hav
ing its line torn npait and persistent
ly and ulcntlesidy h.itturcd by Ne-'
vada all thioiigh tho first half of the
garnii on tho lleil.elcy campus Juster
day afternoon, the California varsity
team, assumed tho offenslvu and belt.
It In tlm second period by forcing tho
visitors to a kicking defense, nnd
then, by veisatllu plajlim and end
miming, made two touchdowns and
won the tirilble contest by u stoiu of
12 to 'J.
Home, Oct, :il. Tlio pint of Liver
pool. England, has been declnrid In
feeted with tho bubonic plugue, Ar
rivals from Liverpool ut Italian ports
will undergo thu customary illtlnfec-
Hawaiian Opera House
Mr. James Neill
AND THE NEILL COHPANY.
Direct from 20 weeks of uiipatullel
ed success In San Francisco. Piesent
Ing Nov. 9 BARBARA FREITCHIE.
Nov. 12 THE LOTTERY Or LOVE.
Augustus Daly's Greatest Comedy.
Nov. 14 ROSEMARY.
Nov. 15 THE CASE OK REBEL
Nov. 16 UNDER TWO FLAGS.
LAVISH SCENIC flOUNTINQS I
(No Children under 7 years admitted.
Our Want Ads.
Your Want Ads.
To Supply Your Wants.
P. S. So does the Bulletin,
the newiest dally In Hono
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 63
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method;
$5 month; special attention to adult
beginners. Address box CIO.
1 974-1 m
REMOVAL The Sewing Mnchlno Ex
change has removed to 1288 Port
St. All kinds .of sewing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
GET OUR PRICE8 on billiard and pool
tables before buying clsowhero; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty years, nnd
nro made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions nro as good us new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lavful slot machine.
Palmer IJllllard Tablo Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2m
IF YOU HAVE n houso for rent or
want to rent n house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Ofllco 115 Kaahumanu street. 1893 tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Expicss Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANTED Work on single or double
entry honks: books expprted, open
ed or closed; flnhnrlal statements,
trial balances rendered by practical
accountant. Address Accountant,
this office. 1973-lm
WANTED Young lady
Pacific Import Co.
WANTED Room and board In prlvato
lamuy. convenient to business, by
mnn and wife and thlltl. Address
II. T. J., this office. 1987-lw
WANTED Huggy or light road wag
on in goon repair. Address, stating
price. Q. n., this office'. 1981-lw
WANTED Partner with a small capi
tal, to increase n paying business.
Address L. T., Dullctln office.
TED Furnished room, eentrallv
located, mosquito proof. H. C, Bul
letin. . J97C
WANTED Position ns stenographer
and typewriter by oung Indy of ex
perience. Address A. II., tnls of
MANAGER WANTED In ovcry large
county to appoint n gents for tho fa
mous "Uanio o" Skill" nickel slot
mnclilno for drinks or clgnrs; law
ful overywhero; takes place of all
forbidden slot machines, llentcd ir
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick: Palmer Billiard Tablo
Works. Chicago, 1Mb. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond nnd Opal
itings, in tno latest styles. Watches
repaired by a Jeweler pf 35 years'
experience. G. DIETZ. Fort street.
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LANGTON King St. near South.'
Board nnd lodging. Mosquito proof,
GOOD TABLE BOARD. IflfiCtf
THE LOS ANGELE8 1023 Fort St
nowly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
TO LET Two iimilsheil rooms nnd 2
looms for housekeeping, $15. UflO
riinciiliuwl St. 198R-2W
O LET Now tottuges on Nutiami
Avo., $25; on Insano Asylum road,
$12.50; on king St., Palama, $10.30;
off School St., nr. Nuuanu, $13. V,
E. II Strauch, room 38, Carapboll
blk., 316 Port St, 19V1-JW
located. Furnished rooms, centrally
1050 nicharus St. 197C-2w
NEWLY FURNISHED rooms. Berota
nla Ave, cor. Kecaumoku St. Mrs.
To LET A large, sunny tront room
In a pHvate family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold wator: electric
lights; possession given Oct. 16th.
Address A. B. C, P. O. box 372.
TO LET Six-room cottage on Collcgo
mi., witn stable ana servants qurr
ters. Apply if) Beretanla St.
TO LET 8-room bouse, with barn,
Nuuanu Avo, Room 08, Campbell
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.60 to $2.60 per
wook. 1932 tf
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses at
Kekaulike-pa, on Young 3t, contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet dv.vnstalrs. Kaplolant
Estate. Ltd. 1921-tf
If thcro's one department wo'vo mnro pride In than another It's thot
of our Curtains and HouseKeepIng Linen?.
Wherever elso wo may 00 strong or weak, In that basement depart
ment wo unquestionably excel.
Nor Is that only our own opinion wo merely echo the general verdict.
What has made that department pre-eminent?
Pnctors not a few, among them this: Por several months nfter wo
started business It -was run at a lost, when it could have shown a profit.
How so? Was that wlso management?
It was, as the sequel proves.
Cotno what might, wo wcro' determined to have the most satisfactory
assortment In the city and we did.
Now hen; nro somo very big values In One qualities and exquisite pat
Marie Antoinette Curtains, cholco
and rare patterns, fruit ot tho
most famous English looms, per
Dentelle-Arabe, faithful copies of ex
pensive Parlslenno orlglnnls
$9.50, 10, $11
Irish Point Curtains, beautiful, soft
lacy cffectB In ecru nnd white..
Point de Paris, must bo sten to gnln
proper appreciation; only ono
TO LET 2 cottages on Punchbowl
St. Enquire at No. 1818 Punchbowl
FOR RENT A large hall In tho Wnv-
erley block, suitable for lodges, so-
clctles, ete., furnished or tinfurnlsh-l
e.i. Apply to a. v. oenr.- 1976
TO LET Two
FOUR-ROOM cottage to rent; modern
improvements; $2o a month. Alolm
lano nnd King St. Enqulio next
TO LET Tho premises on Port St..
now occupied by the rust national
Bank of Hawaii; possession given
on or about Decemoer 1st. 1901. Por
partlcu ars apply to CECIL 1IIIOWN.
TO LET Suit of offices In Progress
block. Inquire of Bruce Waring &',ng , prcill.Ilt wnck. Tll(. ll0PUnwnl
FOR RENT A new nonso on Arte-1
slan St.. of six rooms with all mod- preseu into sun smnner compass,
crn improvements. Enquire of Chas.l't"0 message briefly but strongly ills
E. Frasher, Consolidated Soda cusses each of the important ques
Works. 1022-tf 1 tlons engrossing the attention of thu
TO LET From room,
doctor or dentist. 111! Niiuuiiu near
Vim aril. 1987-lvv
FOUR LOTS. Hobron St.. Kapnliulii.
Wulklkl; $.190 each, half cash; linl -
nnce $10 month, each lot. Jeff's.
43 King St.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: eunreo.
tlonery nnd Ico cream parlors; well
established In an Island town: rea
son for retiring. Ill-health; cheap!
For particulars address II. It., this
FOR SALE Phaeton, with now rub -
her tires; $80. G. B. McClcllan, 303
Slangenwald bldg. lgSQ-l-v
pn a., P r, ,i , 11,
FOR SALE-Callfornla driving marc.
Frasler mad cart and light harness.
Jtitltl & Co., Ltd, 307 Stnngenwnld
FOR SALE 2i, shares Hawaiian To
bacco Co., Ltd. Apply to .Indil &
Co., Ltd, 3u7 Stangeuwald Bldg.
FOR SALE Ten flno lota at PUU-
NUI. nbovo Wvlllo fit- hlch M
dry, with good outlook, and convc-
nlcnt to napld Transit. Apply to
FRANK S. DODGE, 77 Merchant it.
FOR SALE Now and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for sale
or rent. All maUes ropalrod. Wash -
Ington Light Co. 1939-1 m
--.. ...,.... -.. .. ,,
8TA,M, h.Mtt?H F0S 8ALE-Tho
"Talula " as she now lies In tho bar-
bor. Sho la a nearly new boat. In
i"-""1' imbuiuh,uu ""'-"
of lato used In towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
TO LEASE Two-story housi) of eight
largo rooms, with oath and P. U. 011
both lloois, nlxo hot and cold water;
partly furnished If desired; veiy lea
Miiiablu to lesponslblo paity. Apply
II. Uurman, loit S opp. Club btuble.
STRAYED Three red and white hom
ing pigeons, silver hands around leg.
Howard given If returned to Prlnto
LADY'S gold hunting caso wutch, No.
i;i,yu'J. itcturn to Bulletin omcu for
suitable ruward. 1983-t(
FOUND A gentleman's bicycle, on
Bethel St. Owner can havo samu
by proving property and paying all
expenses. Apply PuclfU! Hnidware,
Bethel St. 1980-lw
FOUND A purse containing a sum of
money, Por particulars call at tho
polico station. 1980 tf
TROUBLE FOR AMBER.
New York. Oct. 25. A cable to thu
Sun from Culeutta bas: Markets
lieie aiu affected by a rumor that
Ayuli Khun, son of a former Ameer,
Shere All, and a claimant to tho Af
ghan throne, has escaped from British
surveillance. It Is stated that thu
new Ameer, Hablb Ullah, has rcfusod
British military uld, but has asked
fur 2w guns.
Point de Calais, the swell curtain of
Robblnet Ruffled, pretty, transpar
ent, Inexpensive, n curtain for use
whero window s nro small or of
odd shapes, a cottage curtain, per
pair $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4
Nottingham; our stock of Notting
ham curtains is complete and the
$3 to $10 a pair
Guipure, somo Interesting novelties
In these favorite curtains nt
$4, $5, $6.75, $9
WILL BE ROOSEVELT'S
Predicted That He Will Favor Enact
ment of Chinese Exclusion Act
Attitude on Reciprocity
Now York. Oct. '. . A special t'o
tho Herald from Washington snyB:
, Tllu lament's message Is neailv llu.
',,,,, . ,, ,, , , .
ilshed nnd Mr. Hoosevelt has Imormcil
tlio members of the Cabinet that he
' win ,Dali u .,, ,,, rr rririK, ,i,ir.
in ii wi inr- anunt'fll jii l'iU I'll UJ H
l''eildent. and It vj 111 probably be com
luuiiuy. 1 ne. win ue huiuu Ol lUw
important matters discussed:
Jieciprocity ooeveit win make a
general statement of toe necessity of
Trusts The President feels strong-
y on trusts ami It is his purpose- to
tlfcvoto a considerable portion ot his
, Jiie.saKw to them, lie w III not, though
l"? wi" ,W legislation, present any
Plau lor ,no ueterminauon or tnis ln'
Ship Subsidy hill The need of the
augmentation of the mercnant ma
rine Is well known tu the country,
nnd Itoosuvelt will dwell with eniplm
tils upon it
Navy Hn will earnestly urge tho
adoption of a Inrnifllable shlp-bulld-Inir
nroirmm. uhleh tttinll Ineltuln tint.
Itleshlps. Outljlng dependencies must
bo protected ami command of the sea
Is essential to their preservation tti
1 urn uiiurii nime. . largo navy is
,. nereg.arv for lhl, ,ieren,. ,Vtt
Monroe doctrine. This will be an es
peclally strong tenturo of the mesbago.
Istbmlnn Canal Itooscvelt Is an
ardent advocate of a canal, and will
earnestly urge action. Ho will nlso
refer to the negotiation of a treatv
with Great Britain which removes all
Obstacles 111 tile wnv ut Amerlenn run.
Istructlon of the- cn'nal and will urgu
In addition to these mutters. Boose-
lv,,lt la expected to urge tho malntc-
.Banco or tho status quo In tho Philip-
I pines and tho enactmcut of more strn-
..Kent Immigration laws which will en-
'nblo tlio extluslon of undesirable
aliens nnd the re-enactment of tun
1 Chinese oclulon net. Membeis of
Itho Ways and Mean Committee who
,havo talked with film tlo not expert
him , .ucommeud any reduction In
war revenue taxes. Nor will he. it is
Vllovcd. Include any financial reconv
mem at ons In is lneKsni?... a ini
ment of events in Cuba will bo submit
ted, but as all arrangements for turn'
lug over the government to tho Ctt'
bans h.ivo been mado nubile, recom.
inundations nspe-ctlng tho Island um
Wray Tajlor retelved by today's
mall, a letter from Dr. C. II. Merrlnm,
head of the Biological Survey Depart
ment in Washington, D. C, rclutive to
tho proposed liimportatlon of wood
peckers Into the Territory of Hawaii.
Dr. Mcrrlam states In answer to Mr.
Talor's letter of October 1, 1901, that
the result of the investigations with
the food of the downy woodpecker
which luiVo como under his direct ob
servation have pointed to the fact that
the bird would be beneficial. It had
not been known to seriously damage
either crops or fruit and. In his opin
ion, no bird could bo Introduced morn
safely. At the same time, It was not
possible to tell, what the lesult of the
inti eduction of the downy woodpecker
Into Hawaii under tho peculiar condi
tions, would be. It was barely posslblo
that It might not attack tho borers as
had been hoped. Dr. Mcrrlam con
cludes his letter with tho advlco that
only a limited number of the birds be
Imported nnd that they be kept In con
llnement In order to observe them care,
fully, For himself, ho would watch
with great Interest tho experiments
carried on at this end of tho line.
M M POINTED
JAS F. ,
65 Queen St.
Owing to closing out the business
of the HONOLULU STOCK-YARDS
CO., LTD., I will sell at Public Auction
nt the premises of tho company, on
King street, Honolulu, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th,
At 10 o'clock A. M
All of their carriage, express and dray
Several California nnd Hawaiian
And a lot of new
Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Sets of
Harness, Etc., Etc.
Stock nnd Carriages can be seen
dally at the stables,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
AUCTION SALE OF "ORPHEUM"
Under orders from Hon. Geo. D.
Gear. Second Judge of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit, in foreclos
ure of tho mortgage ot The Orphcum
Co.. Ltd, to C. S. Dcsky. I will sell
nt public nuctlon, to the highest bid-'
dcr, for cash, on
Saturday. November 16, 1991
AT 14 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street. Hint
certain parcel of land, with all Im
provements thereon, nnd known as tho
Orphcum Block, situated on tho north
ern side of Fort street. This property
hns a frontngc of 120 2-10 feet on Port
street nnd contains 38-100 acre. Terms,
cash. United States gold coin. Deeds
at oxpenso of purchaser. For further
inionnation, npply at olllco of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OS Queen 8t.
The undersigned will receive appli
cations to leaso lots in the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" on Beretanla
street, No. 688, adjoining tho prem
ises of tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuahlo property will bo divid
ed Into several business sites and of
fers a flno chance to Investors In Ileal
Estate. Suitnblo for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will bo treated In priority and It
will pay to mako early applications.
An Important feature of tbeso leases
Is that tho lessco has the option of
purchasing his lot In feo simple during
tho term of his lease at a figure based
on tho rcntnl ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents asked can be bad on
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St
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