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"BVBNINa'BtJLLBTWrnSOKOLtJtttrifrT., THUlfSDAY, DTJC. S. 1901.
Keeping HP thd appcaranco of tho lawn, before tho ROYAL. LAWN
MOWER arrived was ono of man's most arduous tnsks. Tho light running
and perfect cutting of this wonderful machlno makes It now a pleasant
duty. Although the ROYAL doesn't cut much lcc. It's a wonder on grass.
Perfect lunnlng, ball bearing throughout and easily adjusted.
First cost a llttlo aboo some mo worn, but Raves money and good dispo
sitions In tho long run. Oil cans nnd other accessories furnished with
each machlno without extra charge.
Besides the ROYAL we have many other makes ofmowcrs, ranging in
prices from $5.00 to 18.00, and havo n stock to suit everybody In price and
Grass catchers adjusted to any machine. Call and sco them.
E. (X Hall & Son,
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO.. Ltd.
Office Judd Building, Merchant St.
TniiOUliKNWICll INSURANCE CO.
nil- IS COMI'WY OF NORTH AMERICA.
Till M-.W X.KALWI) INSURANCE CO.
Stibocribi'il Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WEM'CIIESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE C.ER.MANIA LIFE INSURANCE'CO.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subociibcri Capital 2,500,000 00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
Assets $205,000 00.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. GEAR, President. EMIETT MAY, Secretary.
Jefferson, LlWngstou and .Monroe
nre aicorded tho credit 01 the Uiulsl
nna Purchase. History tells how tho
one, as President, the second as Min
ister to Fiance, nnd tho third as spe
rial envoy or commissioner, uniduct
ed the negotiations wlin llonaparto
Still another eminent American, den
tlued to become President, bore no
Insignificant relationship to this great
est of peaceful transfers of territory.
Yet his name Is never mentioned In
this historical connection.
When Colonel Charles Dc Hault De
lassus. the Spanish Lieutenant Gov
ernor, had witnessed tho tinnsfer of
sovereignty to the United States at
St. I-ouIs In lbOl, ho carried away with
him tho cannon, munitions and arch
ives. This was under tho terms of tho
treaty of purchase. The instructions
to tho Lieutenant Oovernor of Upper
Louisiana Territory were to leavo be
hind only such part as related to the
private affairs of Individuals. Those
papers Included deeds and concessions
and the ordinary records, personal In
character, of communities. Historical
fiapcrs relating to tho period precedi
ng the transfer of the Iiulslana Ter
ritory an- not mnny. Those that do
exist havo been preserved by good for
tune, rather than by purpose.
It Is a tradition In Missouri that
when, full of cars. Colonel Dc I-asaun
was gathered to his fatucrs he left In
a mahogany box a collection of papers
with Instructions that all bo burnod
after his death. If tho tradition is
well founded the Injunction was not
kept. Tho contcntB of tho mahogany
box were not destrojed; thoy arc still
In existence. Some of tnem nro of
raro historical interest anu value, but
until now have never been published,
Tho first information that Louisiana
Territory had passed to the possession
of the United States reached St. Louis
through American channels. It was
communicated to De Laasus by Wil
liam Henry Harrison, then Governor
of Northwestern Territory, with head
quarters at "Old Vlncennes."
The order which bado blm remove
and return to Spanish dominion the
archives of Upper Louisiana Territory
was not construed by Oovernor Do
Lassu to Include correspondence with
Governor Harrison covering several
years. These Harrison letters wero
preserved by the Spanish Oovernor ot
French name and descent. They were
transmitted to bis heirs. They are
still In existence. They shed light of
uo little Importanco upon the period ot
tho Louisiana Purchase.
William Henry Harrison's place In
American history Is that of a soldier
rather than that of a statesman. Ho
A CHOICE CHRISTMAS GIFT
Is always a perplexing problem that
affects both the nurse and the lngenut
ty In taxing measure "Something
suitable for a gentleman something
not too expensive but that doesn't
look chenp." If tho present is useful,
too, It adds much to tho valuo of the
xlft and tho remembrance of tho glvor.
This for cither sex Is a question that
puzzles most of us at this season.
WHY NOT A TOILET SIT
USEFUL, DURABLE, TASTEFUL,
and as we sell them
: NOT EXPENSIVE,!
We havo them In all varieties. Dain
ty BRUSHES for ladles' fingers and
lengthy locks; MILITARY HHUSHES
for tho sterner sex; HAND MIRRORS,
indlspensablo to the gentler sex;
COMDS, tho oldest and perhaps most
necessary or all toilet articles.
IN EHONOID. with or without stcr
ling silver Initial plates and mount
Ings,' all valuaule, ranging In price
From $1.50 tne 8et
IN "COSMEON." tho now matorlal,
oxidized or bright, engraved In tasto
ful designs. The brushes nnd combs
are light, unbreakable and tho metal
will never tarnish. They are easily
cleaned, another desideratum In tboso
KINO AND FORT.
was elcited to the Presidency on his
war record, nnd died before he had op
portunity to Impress upon the country
his qualities ns Chief Magistrate.
There was. however, a diplomatic
nnd stutcsman-llko side to the charac
ter of "Old Tippecanoe." Theso let
ters reveal It. -They show that at ono
of the crises In tho llfo of the Amerl
ran nation this mnn was prlormlng a
diplomatic part with no ordinary
shrewdness. President Jefferson was
confronted with a condition along the
Mississippi of tho gravest concern
Tho nrtlon of tbu Spanish Intendant at
.Sew Orleans In placing burdensome
restrictions upon the river commerce,
had brought almost open rupture be
tween tho American population east
and the Spanish authority west of tho
Jefferson bad Livingston at Paris
conducting negotiations with tho First
Consul through Tallcyranu anu Mar
bols. Ho had Bent Monroe bb a special
Commissioner to assist Livingston.
Spain had secretly transierrcd Louis
iana Territory, by tho treaty of lido
fonso, back to Prance. Franco was
about to tako possession. As between
Great Uritatn and Franco at Govern
ment at Washington hardly know
where American Interests lay.
While these negotiations were In
progress Jefferson, through William
Henry Harrison at Vlncennes. was
Keeping in close toucn with affairs In
Upper Louisiana Territory. General
Harrison was in frequent correspond
cnto with Governor Do lassus. Tho
letters ho wrote speak for themselves.
They show that from vashlngtnn tho
American Government was establish
ing that relationship with Upper Lou
isiana which would havo been ot the
greatest significance and Importanco
bad tho diplomatic negotiations at
Paris failed. Tho histories of that pe
riod dwell upon tho events at Wash
Ington and Paris. They .e,. nothing ot
what was transpiring at Vlncennes
and St. Louis.
President Renjamln Harrison learn
ed of the existence of theso letters,
written by his grandfather In 1803 and
1804. Recognizing tholr Important
bearing upon American history he en
deavored to nnd somo traco or the
correspondence which passed, as these
letters show, from Governor Do Lassus
to William Henry Harrison. He had
Investigation made lAnong tho arch
ives at Washington, but could not find
them. It Is a fair supposition that
William Henry Harrison regarded this
correspondence of such personal and
connaentini cnaracter as not to war
rant tho incorporation ot it In the
public official flleB. Probably William
Henry Harrison did not trust to do
stendants to destroy prlvato papers,
lnii disposed of them during his utc,
Yellowed by tho century which has
paused, worn nnd ragged w. - hand
ling, but bold and distinct In unfading
Ink, theso letters from Harrison to
Do Lassus aro still In existence Long
ago they passed Into tho possosslon of
Mr. A. J. Tullock. ot Leavenworth.
Kan, who for somo jcars has devoted
a part of his spare time to making a
collection of books and manuscripts
relating to tho history of Louisiana
and Its acquisition by tho United
The treaty transferring tho Louis
iana Territory to the United Statos
was signed at Paris, njiril 30, 1803.
Israel Zangwill, tho novelist, poet
and paywrlght, concerning the coming
conference of the Zionists, In Basle,
Switzerland, said: "It Is not impossi
ble that Dr. Hoczl may have a great
surprise for the world, to be announced
at that convention. He has been ne
gotiating In person with the Sultan of
Turkey for a charter for Palestine,
and It Is possible that be has obtained
that charter. It seems likely, at any
rate, that the charter may be had
before many months. Once the charter
Is assured, much larger contributions
should be obtained. We have at pres
ent about $1,000,000, most ot It from
three or four subscribers. And after
the charter Is obtained and the money
Is raised, the poor folk among the
Jews will have a place ot refuge at
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this offlct or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Mt- ,?? ' ifcutsJBh-1 "tiltfUr
Weather Bureau, 1'unabou, Decern
cr B. Temperature Morning mini
mm, 73; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer nt 9 a. m. 30.01. Steady.
Dew Point 64F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 62 per cent,
Diamond Head Signal Station. De
ember 5. Weather clear; wind fresh
Wednesday, Dec. C
Am. bk. Olympic, Olbbs, 20 dayfl
from San Francisco.
Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Rtr. Iwnlanl, Oreenc, for Lahnlna,
Cnan.-ipatl, Ktikulhaclo and Honokaa,
SJr. Nllhnu, Thompson, for Anahola,
ilanamaulu, Ahuklnl and Eicele.
Schr. Walalua, for Maul nnd Molokal
Schr. Lady, Nelson, for Koolau ports.
S. S. Alameda, Herrlman, for Ban
Str. I.chun, Nnpala, for Molokal and
Srhr. Kanallnnl, fur Kauai ports nt
3 p. m.
Schr. Levi Woodbury, for IIIlo ports
at 3 p. m.
Str. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kleclo,
Makauetl, Walmea ami Kckaha at
The favorite elephant of the grand
vizier under llajili Dawlnh wns the
hero of 11 noble feat. 1 bis great nabob
nns about to ninio the oiVeislon of n
nighty bunt tit the neighborhood of
Luc know, where the game wns rntber
plentiful. The preparations being
completed, and 11 ttnlii of Indian nolilll-
y assembled, tho procession of Nlm-
tods began to move off for tho field.
After passing through a ravine, tbo
Gorgeous sportsmen entered n meadow,
which was covered with sick people,
who were lying exposed to get the
beenflt of the pure nnd fresh air, and
they were so disturbed as to obstruct
the sourse of tho beasts of burden.
Rajah Dowlah was Intent upon feeding
bis cruet eyes with the sight that tho
mangling of the bodies ot tho miser
able creatures would produce by com
pelling tho hugo elephants to trample
them under foot The Grand Vlzlcr
rode upon his own beast, and the
on, nnd he went nt a quick pace, but
when he nrrtved nt the spot of tho in
disposed people, though In a trot, the
sagacious nnlmal stopped short before
tho first invalid. The vizier cursed
him, the driver goaded him nnd the
nabob cried, "Btlck him In tho car!"
All, however, was In vain. More hu
mano than his superior, the elephant
stood firm and refused to violate his
better feeling. At length unable to
movo themselves out of tho way, he
took up the first with his trunk anil
laid him gently down out ot his path
He did the same with tho second and
third and fourth, and so on until he
reachcdsbrdlu 'cmfwyp vbgkai etaoln
made a clear passage along which tho
retinue could pass without doing In
Jury to any ono of them. The brute
and the man had made an exchange
of their proper sentiments, and human
ity triumphed gloriously In the brute.
What a lesson to Inhumanity does
such an Incident furnish from a brute
That Englishmen still worship a
title Is shown In the Duke of Manches
ter bankruptcy proceedings, when the
testimony developed that on a Dibit
valued at $375 the money lenders ad
vanced $1,000. New York Press.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion fen be obtained at this office or
the news-stand. Price 25 cents.
IN THE CIIICU1T COURT, FIRS1
Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii. At
ChambersIn Probate. In the Matter
of the Estate of Annie Makanul (w),
ot Honolulu, deceased. Petition hav
ing been filed by Elizabeth Kawaluua,
sister of said Intestate, prajlng that
sellers oi Aaministration upon said
csiaio oo issueu to r. vv. Memoes
ney, Notico Is hereby given that Frl
day, the 10th day of January, A. D.
19UZ, at iu ociock a. in., in tho Judi
ciary Building, Honolulu, Oahu, Is ap
pointee tne time ana place lor hear
ing said petition, when and where all
persons concerned may appear and
show cau'se, If any uoy havo, wny
said Petition should not be granted,
Honolulu, Oahu, iiccemocr 5, 1901,
By tbo Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Robertson & Wilder for Petitioner.
2011-41 Dec. 5. 12, 19. 26.
I. M. LONG Rooms bi-38, Campbell
bldg.; Tel. Main 278.
'. M. BR00K8 Attorney; looms 9-10,
Sprcckels bldg.; Tel. Main 341.
CARLOS A. LONG Attornoy; 15 Kna
humanit St.; Tel. o8l Main.
A. G. CORREA Attorney nt law; 58
Merchant St., noxt to postoRlce; Tel.
I. A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract,
ors and Builders; llud Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE A SUPPLY CO.
Flno carriages, wagons, harness
and whirs; Heretanla near Fort St.
THE KASH CO., LTD-Two stores
2.1-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
OLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
M. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
merclal Law and Adjustment ARen,
rv; rooms 10-16 Maunou bid. Tel. 328,
OR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered; painless extracting.
- ntr Hlfr tft-.--t .r?
Ono year with privilege
Large New Seven Be,
koom House, - - -
Corner of Ring and l'ilkol
Hns lino cellar, garret,
soivants' house, etc., etc.
$7S A MONTH.
Three He. 1 room Hnue
next alien 0, on l'ilkol St.
$45 A MONTH.
Superb New Houses
Tomfortnble, attractive. In
plan. Location Wilder
Avenue, ninau. I.unalllo,
MAKE US AN OFFER.
TERMS VERY EA8Y.
Henry Water-house & Co.
8TOCK, BOND AND
REAL E3TATE BROKERS.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 313.
DR. C. B. HIOH l'hlla. Dental Col
lege '92; Masonic Tcmplo; Tel. 318.
DR. Q. W. RAYMOND Room 3, Motl
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAQA 40 Rcrctanln St.;
olHco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. in.
W. L. FLETCHER importer choice
diess patterns, fine linens, white
goods, laces and trimmings. Rich
mils near Hotel St.
W. DEAKBANE Cnra engraving and
stnmplng; room 2, . .ic blag
E. TAPPAN TANATf Civil and elec
trical engineer; P. O. box 92; olflco
room 3, Sprcckels blk.; Tel. 791
Illuc; res.. 3141 Illue.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Main 53 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mgr.
NIEPER'8 BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Fort St.; Tel. Wnlto -.si nnd Mam
C. A. SCHMIEDTE llaggago express
and drayago; Tel. White 921.
GOEAS Ilcretanla near Hmma
Tol. 2312 Dlue.
S. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Port St.. Orphoum blk.;
Tel. 081 Uluc.
F AVEIROS firocerles;
Wulklkl of Emma St.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNES8 CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228. P. O
CALIFORNIA HARNE88 SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
REIS a. QUINN Merchant St.,
Fort.; Tel. 290 Main.
HAIRDRES8INQ AND MANICURING.
MI8S M. E. WYNN Richards near
Hotel St.; hnlrdrcsslng. shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties in
Hawaiian curios; 'iel. 521 Blue.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Luvo
bldg.; Christmas novelties.
GEO. HAFFNER Mfg. jeweler; 1113
Alakea St.. Maaonlc .cmpiu.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 2G4 Main.
MR8. HANNA Fort St., next to Love
bldg ; cliolco line of new ml llnory.
trimmings, etc.; agent for Butterlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN i-alntlng and paper-
nanging; Territory stables. King St,
DR. 8L0GQETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN8 Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat onlv; office Alakea
SU lately occupied bv Dr. Murray;
ofllco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
P.prpnl Ave.: Tel. Hlun 821.
C. H. BROWN Sanltnrv plumblng;
Terrltory Stables, King St.; Tl
C. E. MOORE & CO. Real cstato and
collections, room 10, Mclntvro bldg,:
P. O. box 603; Tel. Main 315.
M. Q. 8ILVA Agent for real estate
also to grant marriage licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 116.
P. E. R, 8TRAUCH Real estate hand
led to best advantage; housoB rent
ed; loans negotiated: houses built
at lowest prices; 38 Campbell block,
416 Fort St.; Tel. Whlto 278.
MR8. L. LEHNER Stonography and
typewriting; Hon, Investment Co.
AMY LENNON Stenography
tvnewrltlne; 13 Kaahumanu St.
J. P. RODRIGUES Merchant tailor;
722 Fort St., opp. t.ackfeld lildg.
GROTE & CRAMER Tailoring and
ronslrlne. Union, near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker and
embalmer: Fort St., opp. Club Sta
bles: Tel. 52 Main: res.. 1482 White.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker; 79 Merchant St.
(Vt . .......
dp THIS WEEK
Mas. in tnn column will De inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion? 25
een? ,w, ,nemn' l ,1a
week; 40 cent "? "d,,
advertising ever offend the people cf
PRACTICAL knowledgo of Oerman
In three months. Address llox 640.
HOI AND COLD BATHS ntho Silent
Ilarber Shop. Even thine strictly
up to date; new and clean. Just
what you'ro looking for. 1991-lm
PFMnVAI Tlm Rnwlne Mnchtnn V'.x
change has removed to 12SS Fort
St. All kinds of sowing machines
bought, sold, rented or exchanged.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
WANTED 500 men to shave for 15c
Jeff's, 43 King St.; five wblto bar
WANTED Cool, airy room on or near
Transit line, vvaih...i Aiapai ai.; ac
commodation for horse and car
riage. Address "ltoom," Bullotln of
WANTED Position In office by young
man; understands typewriting. Ad
dress It. E. L.. Bulletin office.
WANTED Two rooms wholly or part
ly furnished, mauka of King SL and
Walklkl ot Alapal St. Address Y.,
this office. 2009-lw
WANTED A position by young lady
necustomed to offlco work; refer
ences given. Address J. L., this offlco.
WANTED Wblto servant for general
housework. Apply 1148 Wilder Ave.,
near Pllkol. 1998-lm
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings. In tho latest styles. Watches
repaired by a jeweler of 35 years'
experience. O. DIETZ. Fort street,
near Hotel. 1808-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.:
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable 1930-tf
FOR 8ALE A gentle driving horse,
suitable for a lady to drlvo; perfect
ly sound. Inquire W. W. Wright.
FOR 8ALE A Hallct & Davis piano,
in good condition; cheap; parties
about to movo away. Aadress W. J.,
this offlco; 2009-lw
FOR SALE One surroy, top road wag
on and single harness, at a bargain.
Apply 1252 Young St. 2008-lw,
FOR 8ALE A flrst-clasB lodging
house, very cheap: part caBh. part
mortgage. Address K, this office.
PURE Whlto Leghorn Chickens and
Eggs (guaranteed). Samples -of
birds at California Feed Co.'s, whoro
customers may obtain information.
E. C. Smith, Pearl City. 1996-tf
FOR SALE Carrlago and saddle
horses. Apply at 307 Stangenwald
Bldg' W3 "
FOR 8ALE Fine family horse, buggy
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE-ffhe
"Talula." as she now lies In the bar-
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, Jo
nArfAAi nrnflrlniv nntaa and tin a haAn
of late used In towing at Kahulul
run ouc vui-upj ouu uiuiu, iwu
doublo drays and ono 6-horsepowcr
monllna nnrlno In irnn.1 nr,1or. An.
ply to A. Harrison Mill Co., Kcwalo,
.. i . j
F0" S"-!KL? !!,K
Idencoof'lL 8. Townsend, Esq.; two
lotB In lino with residence of A. W.
Meyer, Esq. These lots aro 100x200
feet, commanding fine view over-
looKing boiieGa nm irjci mm pro- tn0 case j ajhere to my views express
uXf.c,!S?sBa0pfpirtno0Ch.r J " conclusion o'f the arguVnl
Phillips, Merchant St. 2003-lm Tne motlon '" dcnleJ. ""h costs."
TO LET Ono 7-roora cottage situated
on Quarry St., ono 4-room cottage
on Vineyard St. Apply J. Silvia, Kl
nau St. . s 2008-tt
TO LET Furnished rooms, also dou
bio parlors. Mrs. Jon s, 1383 Ilcre
tanla, cor. KeeaumoUu.
TO LET Furnished rooms for house
keeping; also one-room cottage. No.
bull, cottago Walk. School HL
TO LET New five-room cottago on
Matlock Avo. Apply to Q. 11. Her-
ry, next door.
tntsi-Liii mrniBncu room iu town,
C3 Vineyard St.. below Nuuanii.
TO LET Six room house, P. W. C,
$15; near School and Nuuanu; 6
room house, $10.50, King St.. Pa
lama. P. E. It. St ranch. 3S Camp
bell blk., 316 Fort St. 2004-2W
TO LET Two stores on Union St., op
posite tho Pacific Club. Apply to
McDonald & LangBton. contractors,
1188 Union St., opposite Adams lane.
TO LET Two front rooms.
TO LET A large, sunny front room
In a private family; mauka Thomas
Square; hot and cold water; electric
lights; possession given Oct. 15th.
Address A. B. C. P. O. box 672.
FOR SALE Coral rock for fUUne. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET Five houses, central loca
tion: 1, 8 rooms. $30; 1. C rooms.
$25; 1, 5 rooms, 5-year lease, $12.60;
2 together, 14 rooms, $33; furnlturo
for sale, $750 cash. Apply to J. W.
Lake, Sowing Machlno Exchange,
1288 Fort St. 1000 tf
SIX-ROOM COTTAOE, Punchbowl St.,
modern Improvements. Apply to
a. O. Cunha. 2d house nbovo Mor
mon Church. 1991-lm
FOR RENT A large hall In the Wav-
erley block, suitable lor lodges, so
cieties, etc., furnished or unfurnish
ed. Apply to A. V. Ocar. 1976
LOST In tho central part of town on
Saturday, black purse, containing
money. Reward Bulletin office.
STOLEN A Sterling bicycle. No. 971,
with cyclomotor (glass broken),
from Stangcnwald bldg. Return to
Bulletin and got roward. 2006-tf
STRAYED Three red and white hom
ing pigeons, sliver bands around leg.
Reward given If returned to Prince
FOUND On Young St. near Thomas
Square, a blcyclo. Owner may have
Bamo by paying for ad. and proving
proncrtv. Call American stables.
Richards St. 2011-lw
FOUND A purse containing a sum of
money. For particulars call at the
police station. 1980-tf
ASGRY WITH SPOU88.
tyew York, Nov. 18, Tho motion of
David Helasco to enjoin Harrison Orey
Fiske and his wife. Mlnnlo Maddcrn
FUke, from producing tho play, "The
Unwelcomo Mrs. Hatch," at tho Man-
Tbeater next Monday, was de-
Uied today by Justice Lawrence, Uo-
la8c0 contended that Mrs. Ilurton Har-
rlson, from whom the defendants take
the alleged right to produco tho play.
liad "" ""slated him In writing tbo
play, the essentials of which were bis,
on the understanding that tho title re
mained In him, and that sho was to get
hnri of tho rnvaltlos
tt , ., ot. lne royamea-
JUStlCO LaWreUCO Bays!
says: "As I stat
ed upon argument, every fact upon
which the plaintiff claims the right to
n Injunction Is so fully answered and
Uenled In affidavits read on the part
of tho defendants, that II Is the duty
of the Court, upon well established
principles, to deny tho motion. After
carefully reading all tho affidavits in
Mt ..fe .waWi. -. Ms&terf&mtek,
65 Queen St.
On Friday, December 6th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, t
will sell nt Public Auction a numbor
of Thorough-bred Wblto Wyandotto
Hens and Roosters.
Raised In Honolulu and In perfect
Jas. F. Morgan,
Big Auction Sale
FERNS AND PLANTS
On Friday, December 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Quenn street, I
will sell at Public Auction a largo and
choice assortment of various Maiden
hair Ferns, Assorted Palms, Hanging
IlnsketB, Plants, Etc., Etc.
jas. p. morgan,
Oi Tuesday, December II,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
In front of ray salesroom, 65 Queen
street, Honolulu, I will sell at Public
Auction, without reserve, the balance
ot carriages ot the Honolulu Stock
Yards Company, Limited, comprising:
1 new Studebaker Wagonette, capac
ity 10 passenger. This Is now and Is
suitable for livery trade.
1 New Courtland Surrey,
1 Second-hand Surrey.
1 Second-hand Hack.
1 Steel-tiro Phaeton.
1 Breaking Cart.
1 Low-wheel Bubby.
4 High-wheel Buggies.
All to be sold at any price.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Nice Cottage on Ebbs Square,
Dining Room, ,
Rent $37.50 per month.
Possession given December 1st.
JAS. F. MORGAN. .
65 Queen St