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AY, NOV. fl. 1901. ' J . J J '
EVENING BUTXETrN. HONOLULU I!. T.. BATURD
No Cause for
your books are put
aw.iy In a
MACNEALE and URBAN
Best Insurance In the world. Plenty
show that theso safe aro absolutely fireproof In every retpect.
Entire new stock In nil sizes Jtiet received by
E. O. HALL & SON,
CALL AND SEC THEM.
CORNER KING AND
PAY US A CALL.
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the tirst of the year, has
determined 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 firyt 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 S1.25, now go for Si. 00 ; Si. 50
books go for Si 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : : :
1179 River Street.
Bet. Bcrctnnlo and Puuuhl.
Tel. Blue Ml. v,
P. O. Box 878.
Rubber Tires pat on in Satis
LOVBB A MURDBRIiR.
Amsterdam, N. Y... Nov. 2. Fred
crick llankert, at 2 o'clock this morn
ing, killed W111. Green by shooting hlra
In the neck with a revolver and split
ting his head open with a hatchut.
Ilankert also shot Airs. Green nnd cut
her head open with the hatchet, In
fllcilng fatal wounds, and then shot
hlmsulf through tho heart, dying In.
Dankert gajned entrance to Green's
apartments by climbing up a rope lad
der on' the outside of the building and
entering a window. He was a suitor of
Mrs. Green before her marriage but,hls
love was unrequited. For this reason
ho shot her on November 23, 189S, and
cut her with a razor, but she recover
ed from her wounds. For this crime
Jlankert wus sent to state prison, and
was released from theer about sip
Mrs. Green was formerly Allss Cor
II. Harrfson. She wus an accomplished
actress and a handsome and attrac
tive woman, 26 years old. Ilankert was
30 and Mr. Green wns 22.
Roll pastry from the center In nil
directions. Rolling backward and for
ward makes the crust tough. Rolling
from the center each way, gives a
circle, und there will be less trimming,
ot evidence In Honolulu fires lo
Daintiest ntnl prttlst lie cream
parlor mi tin1 Island, and conducted
In llrst-clus nianin r
ICE CREAM, SODA. OYSTERS,
Tea. Coffee. Chocolate, Ktc.
Eleetilo fans gcneroiislv dlstrllmt-t-il
make the place cool ami comfort
able, ami the new beautiful furtilhiiu
slim It a tune of splendor.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmCkS. Repair Work a
All orJers promptly attended to.
Only competent help employeJ.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
Zollhoua, - Germany. 7
The Favorite of New York
and' London Society.
Inhonnic wns selected n
OUIldlllllb the standard
from nnionjv the mineral
waters of the world by ''The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The liijjlient
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Wrath r lliirra't, Punahoti, Novem
ber 9. Temper.i'ure .Morning mini
mum, "2; .Midday maximum. 7".
Ilaromitcr at 3 a. m. ?0.03. Irregular.
dmw Point osr.
Ilnnilillty at fl a n. 0 per rest.
Diamond Head .Slen.il Station, No
vember I'. Wcatlur cloudy; wind
Friday. November 8
Stmr. Wnlnleale, Plltz, from Kauai
Am. snr. diaries k. hni. nen
nlngscn. 23 davs from Eureka.
Am. f clir. llosamonil. .lonuson, lu
days from San Francisco.
Hchr. Eclipse, ruwntmu, s nours
Saturday, November !.
P. M. S. S. China. Sunburn frutn
Stmr. Hawaii, llcuuctt, from Hawaii.
Stmr. Walalealc, Plltz. for liana
tuuulu. AhuKlnl And Annhnla.
Hchr. Kuwiillanl, Moses, fur Koolnu
rnini Annhuln. tier stmr. Ke An lion,
November 7. W A. Itnmni, W. (1.
I Hall nnd two on deck.
1 Prom tin- l)i lent, pir S. S. China.
1 Nov. 9 For Honolulu .1. (!. CarpcliUr
and wife. .1. U. and P. P. II. Fu-gusuli.
' K. none. Count Alexis Knpnlst. O. II.
Aloellcr, W. VolKht. Through
Hon. II. N. Allen. V. S. .Minister to Ko-
Iron: .Mrs. II. X. Allen. Senator A. O.
IJ.11 on, Nathan l!-ntz. .Mrs. Nathan
I Jlent. .Miss ('. I.. Drown. W. I.. Uull.
Jr.. .Mrs. Chas. A. Connnt. I'. Deanlorf,
Mr. .1. I.. Duncan. P.. . Elliott. Mrs.
Thos. Em.'O. .Mr. T W. .Morris,
, I.leut. .1. (i. Altilr. f S. M. C; Mil. J.)
CI. .Mulr. .Mrs. I.. W. MuMard. .Mrs. I.1
' X. Xiison. .Im. Old, . .1. Weld. W. Oa-'
tcr. .Mrs. I.. II. (Hover, .Miss L. J.
I(ir.ive. .Mr. Heldenrldi. .Mrs. W. How
'ell P. Hunt. .Mis. P. S. Hutton, C. II.
King, J. II. King, .1. A. I.ewnndowsky,
Oo. I). .Morgan. T. W. .Morris, .Mr.
Sebansee. I). .M. Smith. Dr. .1, .1. Sny-.
der. P. S. X., Jair Whiting. D. K.
For the Orient, ptr P. if. S. S. 1
City ot Peking. October S. It. O. Tur
ner. II. II. Dawson, C. P. Itlefschuel.
der. II. I.. Wilson, ami 193 Japanese'
pud .',: Chin ' In tile steerage, I
Pur .Maul and Koiiu poits. per stmr.
Manna Uin, O tidier S. P. J. Tuik
nnd wire, .Miss 1.. P, Devveirltt, M. '
II. .Maerarlane. .McKay. K. Alukal
nnl. II. S. StltiH. II Dodmi. J. W. I
Kingston. .Mrs. ('apt. Pederson, W. II. I
Scott George Pilidalid. .Mrs. Pauahl,
E. Johtisuu, .Mukaulsha, Koulshl, .Miss
Ci.dke All. .Mar) Knilkn. Alls. It. A.
Curljle. W C Aihl, J Kuaimoku nml
The transport Kllpatrlck should ar
rive from San Francisco today. Bho
will have a good deal of freight for tho
quartermaster here and arms and uni
forms for the National Guard. Tho
Kllpatrlck will not call here again ns
a transport as she Is to go to Xew
York from Manila und will be sold by
the Government. Sho has qui to a
number ot cabin passengers a list of
whose names Is as follows: Captain
George P. Ahern and wife. Captain S.
T. Wclrlck, I.leut. W. A. Carlton anil
wife, Lieut. W. G. Flelbchaefer, Second
Lieutenants Fred Ilury, F. W. Dugbee
and wife. A, Clark, Francis J. Deer
and T. A. Jones (to Honolulu); Cupt.
Thomas J. Dickson, Chaplain II. P.
Silver, Cuntrai t Nurse Charles J.
Simpson, Nurse Helen Muhlum Qto
Honolulu). Al. C. Laughlln, E. L. Ken
nedy. V. S. Calrm. wife and child; Wil
liam J, Wilson, J. I,. Johnson, I.. Irv
ing Thomas, Sam T. Needy, Hnlph C.
nryant, William Klemme, Ed Hare
ford. Ed Dagger. W S. Darney, I.. II.
Edwards, Airs. ri. C. .Mills. Allss Cnrr,
Mrs. T. C. Wood burr ami daughter,
Airs, von P. Anderson and child, Mrs.
A. II. Hilgard. .Mrs. J. P. Hopkins, Miss
AnltJi E. Splllman, Allss Kntherlno
Ounn, Airs. II. II. AkOoy, Mrs. Alf
Uoedcr, MrH. W. E. AlcPherson. Mrs.
James Collins, Mrs. E. E, Hugun. Airs.
J. W. Dougherty, Allss E. II. Caldwell,
W, W. I-awtun and wife, Arthur S.
Ward and .Mrs. L. A. Dorrlngton nud
The Kllpatrlck was In splendid con
dition going to sa from San Francis
co, owing to the efforts of Chief Stew
art Herbert of the Grant, who attend
ed to her fitting out. At the last mo
ment Chief Steward J. J. Fallon, lata
of the St. Paul, was appointed to the
vessel and went out on her. Fulton's
many friends here will be glad to learn
that he Is still In tho land of the liv
ing, as last winter he was reported to
have died In a blizzard at Nome.
NOTICB TO MARINERS.
St. George Roef Fog Signal. Califor
nia. Notice Is hereby given that ow
ing to tho scarcity of water at tho
St. George Reef Fog Signal Station.
California, It may become necessary
at any time to discontinue entirely
me operation or tne fog slgual al
though it will be continued in opera
tion as long as possible. Duo notlcx
win oe given as Boon as the water
supply will allow of operating tho sig
nal heretofore. Mariners are re
quested to take notice and be govern-
This notice affects tho "List ot
Lights and Fog Signals, Pacific Coast.
1901," page 20, No. 59, and the "List
ot Beacons and Buoys, Pacific Coast,
1901," page 31.
By order of tho Lighthouse Board.
J. B. MILTON,
Commander, U. S. N.,Jnspector 12th
"You nln't got none of the boarders
yon had last year, have you, Jabez?'
"Well, no! We didn't expect any of
(10 -RUPTURE CURED
.. A J.'-A'H'. for TEN DOLLAR.
- iiou"ituiwvr irviitumi
miitrir wvwiiiuititi mr 11111
mull prlte. irtwtit In
Vfiiliontjt Die Aki. m ur
ItraMromfort to th rui
lurrd Nowtirttilrtma vn
Vt w-wjy the wail InvntJL'itlr'
I "Wm. I rlTlnir fnii fiiforiiuiiion nwtiint.tiinitftli
I at1nnrulr.l4ii tuinii anil Itila Ktlvl. I nil nr lUtilrc
UBHiTie tivss ca vt ivt ""-i- uu iiAHnsca
Our- Wnnt Ads.
Your Wnnt Ads.
To Supply Your Wants.
P. S. So Jom the ItULLirflN, the
ne.lc-t dally In Honolulu.
Ads. In this column will be Initrted
at 15 cent a line one insertion ; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people of
PIANO TAUGHT BY EXPERIENC
ED TEACHER; new, quick method;
$j month; special nttentlon to adult
bcglnnerB. Address box i)I0.
REMOVAL Tho Sowing Mnchlno Ex
change has removed to 12SS Port
St. All Kinds of sewing machines
bought, hold, rented or exchanged.
'GET OUR PRICES on billiard and po.il
tables beforo buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty years, nnd
nre made by .1 new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. 800
our advertisement of "Atanager
Wanted" for laful slot machine.
Palmer llllllard Tablo Works, Chi
cago, Ills. 1037-2ra
IF YOU HAVE n houeo for rent or
want to rent n house, sco A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to ami promptly remitted.
Office 115 Kaahumanit street. 1893-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDER8 The Union
Express Co, bus WHITE SAND FOIt
WANTED Work on single or double
entry books; books experted, open
ed or closed; financial statements;
trial balances lendcrcd by practical
necoiintnnt. Address Accountant,
this otnee. l7.V1m
WANTED Young lady
Padllc Import Co.
WANTED Itnom nnd board In private,
tnmlly, convenient to business, by
man and wife and child. Address
II. T. J., this office. 19S7-1W
WANTED liuggy or light road wag
I on In good lepnlr. Address, stating
I price. Q. II.. this office. 1381-lw
WANTED Partner with n small cape
mi, to increaso a paying business.
Address L. T., Uullctln office.
ANTED Furnished room, centrally
located, mosquito proof. 11. a, Bui
WANTED Position as stenographer
ami typewriter by young Indy of ex
perience. Address A, II., tnls of
MANAGER WANTED In every large
county to appoint agents Tor tho fa
mous "Gamo o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars: law
ful 0 very whero; takes place of nil
forbidden Blot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Sccuro ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Tablo
Workk, Chicago, Ills. 1937-20
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by n Joweler of 35 years'
experience. Q. D1ETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. ,1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LANQTON King St. near South.
Board and lodging. Mosquito proof.
GOOD TABLE BOARD. lOCC-tf
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms rca3onablo. 1930-tf
TO LET Two iiirnlshed rooms and 2
rooms for housekeeping, $15. 1400
riincniiowi hi. i;i88-2vv
TO LET New cottages on Nuuanu
Ave., S2T; on Insane Asylum road,
S12.50; on King St.. Pulama, $10.50;
off School St., nr. Niiunnu, $15. P.
E. R Strauch, room 38, Campbull
blk.. 31 Fort St. 19JJ4-2W
TO LET Furnished rooms, centrally
located. 1050 Rlcharus St. 1976-2W
NEWLY FURNI8HED rooms, Bcrota
nla Ave., cor. Kccaumoku St. Mrs.
TO LET A largo, sunny Iront room
In a pHvata" family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. B. C P. O. box 572.
TO LET Six-room cottage on Collego
si., wun statue and servants qurr
ters. Apply 16 Beretanla St.
TO LET 8-room bouse, with barn,
Nuuanu Ave. Room 08. Campbell
Blk. 1962-1 m
ROOMS AT THE ALOHA Fort
Street, from $1.50 to $2.50 per
TO LET 2 cottages on Punchbowl
St. Enqulro at No. 1818 Punchbowl
FOR RENT A large hall In the Wav
erlcy block, suitable-tor lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Gear. 1970
FOR RENT A now house on Arte'
stan St., of six rooms with all mod
cm improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
TO LET Suit of offices In Progress
block. Inquire ot Bruce Waring &
TO LET Tho premises on Fort St..
now occupied bv tho First National
Bank ot Hawaii; possession given
on or about Dccemuer 1st, 1901. For
particulars apnlv to CECIL BROWN.
If there's one department we've more pride In than another It's that
of our Curtains and Housekeeping Linens. ... ,
Wherever elso wo may Do Btrnng or weak, In that basement depart
ment wo unquestionably excel.
Xor Is' that only our own opinion wo merely echo the general verdict.
What has made that department preeminent?
l'nctors not few, among them this: For several months after wo
started business It was run ,nt a loss, when It could have shown a profit.
How bo? Was that wlso management?
It was, as the sequel proves. .....
Come what might, wo were determined to have th most satisfactory
assortment In the city and we did.
Now hero aro some very big vilues In fine qualities and exquisite pat
terns. READ ON:
Marie Antoinette Curtains, choice Point de Calais, th- swell curtnln of
nnd rare patterns, fruit ot th todny , $13.50
most famous KngllEh looms, per Robblnet Ruffled, pretty, transpar-
pair -J ent. Inexpensive, a curtain for uso
.. . t , ... . , 1 1 whero windows aro small or of
Dentelle-Arabe, faithful copies or ex- od snBpci, a cottage curtain, per
penslv Pai Islenne '"'k" - " pair $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4
' ' Nottingham; our stock of Netting-
Irish Point Curtains, beautiful, soft ham curtains is complete nnd the
lacy effects In ecru ami wnue..
Point de Paris, must be seen to gain
proper appreciation; only ouo
TO LET Two
rniiR.RnoM rnttacn to rent: modern '
Improvements: 125 n month. Aloha
lano nnd King St. Enqulro next
TO LET Front room, with smaller
room communicating; suitable for
doctor or dentist. 1412 Nuiinnu near
ruun luio, iiuuiuii ni iiuiimuiuu,
Wnllll,!. 1ftn nnr.1. hnlrn.h l,nl. .
nncn $10 month, each lot. Jeff's,
43 King St. 19S6-lm
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY; confee
tlonory and Ice crenm prfrlors; well
established In-an Island town: rea
son for retiring. Ill-health; cheap!
For particulars address H. It., this
FOR 8ALE Phaetou, with now rub
ber tires; S80. G. B. McClellan, 5U3
FOR SALE Ten fino lots at PUU
.NUI, abovo Wjillo St.; high and
dry, with good outlook, and conve
nient to Rapid Transit. Apply U
FRANK 8. DODQE, 77 Merchant Jt.
- ... j .,., voting age show an Increased propor-
FLR ,.?Ai:E""?,eW. and ,.BCCOJldhaO'i tlon In all New England States, except
Smith Premier typewriters for sale Vermont. There has been a relative
or rent. All makes repaired. Wash- d(,creaao a)1 of tn rpmanliig States
lngton Light Co. 19o9-lm aml TcrritorleB, except Now Jersey. A
n-rriM i Aiisiru can nur The little? over 2H per cent of the entire
""lula.'' m . !ho now Bel Tin the ha alien population of the country 1.11111
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, lo ,? 3 la notab y so In Uulslana.
porfect working order, and has been w.h,p.re constltuto neaily one-half
nr atn iisort ,n mnrinir nt ivnmiiiii
TO LEASE Two-story house of eight
large rooms, with nath and P. C. on
both floors, also hot and cold water;
partly furnished If desired; yry rea
sonable to responsible party. Apply
II. Gorman, Fort S., opp. Club stable.
LOST Plain gold open-fared watch,
fancy engraved "H. Al.' on hack. Re
turn to 11. Alleth, Washington Light
Co.; $. reward and no questions
STRAYED Three red anil white hom
ing pigeons, silver, bands around leg.
Reward given If returned to Pilncu
LADY'S gold hunting caso watch. No.
151,769. Return to Bulletin office for
Hiiltablo reward. ' 1983 tf
FOUND On the 4 o'clock King St.
ear, a wire purse containing small
sum of money and postoffice key.
Owner can have same by culling at
this office ami pujlng for notice.
FOUND A gentleman's bicycle, , on
Bethel St. Owner can have samu
by proving property and paying nil
expenses. Apply Pnclllo Hardware,
Bethel St. ' 1986-lw
FOUND A puruo containing a sum ot
money. For particulars can at tno
pollco station. 1980-tI
Office of the Boanl of Health,
Honolulu. Nov. 8. 1901.
At a meeting of the Hoard of Health
held November 8. 1901, tho following
resolution wus passed: -
Resolved. That no person shall con
vey tbroitgh tho streets of Honolulu
any garbage, swill or filth dangerous
to the public- health, except In such
containers as will prevent spilling
nnd leakage. II. C. BLOatlETT.
President Boaid of Ileultli.
Secretary Board of Health.
"la Dorothy's 'den' nrtlstlc?" "Artis
tic? I think so. You can't take a
step In It without knocking over
Thero is nothing quite so pathetic
as tho hit and mlse conversation of
person who Is In the first throes ot
tho broad "a" habit.
Guipure, some Interesting novelties
In theso favorite curtains at .....
$4, $5, $6.75, $9
1 FOUND HIE
Washington. Nov. t. The census re
port on scnooi, military ana voting
ages for all States and Territories
shows the following summary for tho
country as a whole:
Persons of school age, 5 to 20 years.
26.I10.7SS. of whom 24,$97,13i) are ua-
t(Vo born, 22.190,211 are white, and
13,806,160 are males; males of mill
;tary age. H.,360,3G3, of whom 13.132.7SO
'are native born ami 14,49o,39(i aro
. I white; males of voting ago, 21,329.819,
' of whom 16.227.2S5 are native born and
in.in .,1 Arft ui,i.
''.""M4-! rC W lllie
Of tho total number of males, 21
years of age and over, 2.325.2.'5 aie Il
literate. Of the H;.227.2S.' native
males, 21 ars of age and over, 1.700,
233 nre Illiterate, and of the 5.102.531
foreign born. 620,002 nre Illiterate. Na
tive white males of voting age who aro
of foreign parentage show a relative
Increase In their proportion sliue 1&9".
while the colored males of voting ago
havo Increased throughout tho North
ern nnd Western sections, with a few
exceptions like California, where tberol
has been a large deeiease In the Chi- j
In many Southern States, cspcdnlly
Vlrglula. North Carol luu. South Caro
lina and Ixiutslana the colored ele
ment of voting age shows a decreused
'proportion. Foreign whlto males of
.-- " ..,.....
Tho statistics show that tho aver
age number of persons to each poten
tial voter ranges from 3.1 to 3.5 lit
North Atlantic States; 3.4 to 3.6 In
the North Central States: 4 to 4.4 per
sons to each potential voter In the
South Central States; from 3.3 to 4.7 in
tho South Atlantic States; from 2.4
to 4.1 In tho Western States, and 1.7
to 1.9 In Alaska and Hawaii.
MONTANA BEET SUGAR.
Helena, Mont., Nov. 1. The an
nouncement I) made that sugar beets
will soon -grow on the 45.000 acies of
the famous Bitter Root stock farm, so
long the pride of Marcus Daly (luring
his lifetime. At the time of, Daly's
death It was 11 matter of rrgrot to
sportsmen all over the country that
this famous breeding place of fast
horses would b no longer dedliated
to the u'S of thU noble sport. The
policy of the rstate was seen almost
from the very first. The managers be
gan shipping carload after carload of
tho finest of the stud to various mar
kets In tho Eait, principally In New
York, where the animals were pl.-unj
on sale. The nme famous stable Is
how broken up for good, and the an
nouncement Is made that the last sile
ot thesn famous trotters will occur In
New York November 25th.
When the remaining nnlmnls are ills
pusej of It N announced that Airs. Daly
and the trustees Trill turn the gie.it
much Into a beet sugur plantation, and
will ereit thero one of tho largest re
fineries In the world. It having been
demonstrated that tho sugar beets ci'n
be successfully grown In tho Iilttcl
Bill I understand Dayboy Is ono of
the best known men In your town
Jill Why, he's so well known that
he has to go out of town to bonow
money. Baltimore World.
Hawaiian Opera House
' NOVEMBER 9TH.
Mr. James Neill
AND THE NEILL COHPANY.
Direct from 20 weeks of unnaiallel-
ed success In San Francisco. Present
Nov. 9 BARBARA FREITCHIE.
Nov. 12 THE LOTTERY Or LOVE.
Augustus Daly a (neatest Comedy,
Nov. 14 ROSEMARY.
Nov. 15 THE CASE OK REBEL.
Nov. 16 UNDER TWO FLAGS.
LAVISH SCENIC noUNTINdS 1
No Children under 7 years admitted.
65 Queen St.
Owing to closing out tho business
ot the HONOLULU STOCK-YARDS
CO., LTD., I will sell at Public Auction
at the promises of Tthe company, on
King street, Honolulu, on
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
All of their carriage, express and dray
Several California and Hawaiian
And a lot of new
Buggies. Phaetons, Surreys, Sets ot
Harness, Etc., Etc.
Stock and Carriages can be seen
daily at the stables.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
AUCTION SALE OF "ORPHEUM"
Under orders from
Hon. Geo. D.
Gear, Second Judge
of the Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit. In foreclos
mo of the mortgage of Tho Orpheutu
Co.. Ltd.. to C. S. Desky, I will sell
nt public auction, to the highest bid
der, for cash, on
Satirday. November tt, Ml
AT U O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, that
certain parcel of land, with all Im
provements thereon, and known as tha
Orpheum Block, situated on the north
ern sldo of Fort street. This property
has a frontage of 120 2-10 feet on Fort
street and contains 38-100 acre. Terms,
cash, United States gold coin.' Deeds
at expense of purchaser. Par further
information, apply at office of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OS Queen St.
Tho undersigned will recelvo appli
cations to lease lots In the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL BLOCK" qn .Beretanla
street. No. 688, adjoining the prem
ises ot tho Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will be divid
ed Into several business sites and of
fers a fino chance to Investors In Real
Estate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging
Houses or Dwellings. Applications tor
lota will bo treated In priority and It
will pay to make early applications.
An Importnnt feature of theseileascs
Is that tho lessee has the option of
purchasing his lot in fee simple during
the term.of his lease at a figure based
on tho rental ho Is paying.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents asked can be had on
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Street.
65 Queen St
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