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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., FIUDAY, JAN. 21, 1!io2.
value your life ?
If jour llfo Is worth n ten penny nail ton nerd somo protection
from the constantly occurring visitations of murderous burglars. Ev
ery nlglit finds n new tlctlm nnd tho next dny finds him In our storo
preparing ngnlust future molestation .lint n day late Hcmembcr that
old ndage "Don't put off till tomorrow what you should do today";
but get the pioper protection In one (if our reolers.
Smith & Wesson
Hammer nnd hanimcrb'ss guns will take the place ot a Vlgllanco
B. O. HALL Sr SON, Limited
NEW - TODAY
NAHIKU STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Hy order of the Directors, the an
nual meeting of the stnckhohlcis of
the Nnhlku Sugar Comian. Limited,
la called for I'riday. January Slut 1!U2,
nt - p. m, In the room nbote the or
tlces of Castle U Cooke. Ltd . Hono
lulu. II. AltMITAGi:.
Secretary Nnhlhu Sugar Co . Ltd.
Honolulu. January Jlth. 1!M2.
IN THE CIHCl'IT COPUT Ol' THE
Klrst Clicult. Ten Heir) in Hawaii. At
Chamber In Probate. In t.n M tter
of the Estate of Prank Hrown. late of
Honolulu, O.ihu, deconseil.The Inst will
and Testament of said e'eccas. d, hat
Ing been presented to snut Liuit to-i
gether with n Petition for the Pro I
bate thereof, nnd for the Issinme of
Letters Testamentary to 11 M Von
Holt hnltig been filed, notice is heic
by glton tn.it Mondu) tho Id day of
March, A. I). 1902 at 10 o'cleck n. in..'
In the Judiciary Ilulldlng. Houol'iiii
hereby Is nppolnted the tlmo and place
for proving said Will nnd he.tnng said
nppllcatlon, when and nhero any per
son Interested may appear and show
cause, If any they hate. wh the
prayer of snld petition should not tie
Honolulu, January 24. 1902.
Dy the Court:
A 0 KAPLPKOl"
Cecil llrown. ttorne foi l'etltlonei
W,j Jan. 21. 31; Feb " 14.
IN THE CirtCPIT COPIIT PIHST
Clicult. Terrltin of Hawaii. At Cham
ber In Probntc". In the Mntter ol the
Estate of Arihlbnld P C.linilnn Into
of Honolulu. Oahu Tlie loist Will
and Testnment of salil deceased hat
ing be n presented to said Court, to
gether with a Petition for the Probate
t hereof, nnd for the ssuance of Let
ters Testamentary to Cecil lliown
having been filed notice Is h.-reb) gl
en thnt Mondit. the 3d dnj or .March,
A I) 19(12. nt 10 o'clock a ill ol snld
day. at the Court Itoom of said Court,
at Honolulu, Oahu. be nnd the same
hereby Is appointed the time and place
lor proting said Will nnd Hearing suld
Honolulu, January 22, 1902.
By the Court- I
2"5J .Inn 24 31; Feb 7, 14
IN THE CIUCP1T COUHT. FIRST
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At Cham-,
her. in Probate In the Matter of the
Estate of Glrnldo J. Hoilo, ot Hono
lulu, Oahu. Deceased. On Heading
nnd Piling the Petition and Accounts
of tho Executors of the will of said
deceased, wherein lie aBks that his ac
counts be examined and approted. and
that a final order be made of dlstrlbu
tlon of the property remaining In his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
nnd discharging him from all further
responsibility as such Executor, It Is
Ordered that Monday, ilie 3d of
March, A. D 1902. at 10 o'clock a m.,
nt tho Court Room of the said Court
at Honolulu, Island of Oahu, be and
the same hereby Is appointed as the
time and place for hearing said Peti
tion and Accounts, and thnt all persons
Interested may then and there appear
and show cause, If any thoy hate, why
the same Blum... not bo granted, anil
may present ctidence bb to who nro
entitled to the snld property. I
Honolulu. Jan. 22, 19U2. I
By the Court i
2053 Jan 21. 31, Teh. 7. 14.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
Night watchmen furnished foi build
ings, business piopcrt) and residences
Builders will do well to consult Bow
ers In regard to watchmen.
Office and Residence, School Street.
P. O. Box 284; Tel. White 3691.
-It Is a well known fnct that
-rats aro actlte agents in
-Seo that your premises aro
-frco fiom this pest.
-Some so called rat poisons
-merely gone to fatten
-those rats and mlco which
-aro lucky enough to get a
-ehanco nt It.
RATS MUST GO
-Is sure speedy and abso--lutely
coituln death to rats
RATS MUST GO
-Is poison, nnd n real poison,
-one of tho kind thnt kills.
-Ono can will offectually
-demonstrnto this fact
50c PER CAN.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KINO ANO FORT.
IS S10W T9 MOVE
London Jan 11 The; British War
OIIIcc Is confiontcd with n most seri
ous condition, of nffaiis Its calls foi
toluutccis to relict e tho regiments nt
the front hate so far met with abso.
Intel) no I espouse, and has sorted to
inteuHif) the. ttldesprtad Indignation
existing unions all the toluntccr regi
ment. In the llrst place tolunteers
answering the cull would only recelte
; shilling n d.i), while the )comnnr),
In w-hich man) tolunteers hate already
enlisted recelte the shillings a da).
The onl) solution for tho deadlock
appears to be for the War Office to In
tioduco consciiptlon or withdraw new
legulntlons. 'I hese liato stlried up
strife to an extent which has not exist
ed (oi m.ui) u )ear between tho Got-ernini-nt
uillchils and the toltintur)
arm of the cert Ice nnd, according to
many high ollli'lnlo, will bankrupt n
majoilt) of thu legltnents.
Ac-cording to the new i tiles, eteiy
legiment must go Into e-jmp for one
week each jear. and the (jot eminent
sticngth that there Is no drill hall or
giant will be ic-diired In proportion to
Hie iiuiuIh'i of nbseiitees from the com
I .inj The tolunteers ccimniaiideis
sa) It Is Impossible to get mole thun
40 per cent of the men togethei th
same week so different are the men
putlons uf the tolunteers In addition
the Wnr Office icfused to recognize
drills ttliich aiC not attended b) a per
centage of men which It has hltheitu
found quite impossible to attain, and
Imposes battalion parades of sue Ii
drill giouud III London large enough
to enable the bittallon to uianeuter.
Among those who condemn the new
legulatluns Is Colonel Il.ilfour, a
brothei of the Cabinet Minister. A J
Balfour, who commands thu London
Scots. The matter will be hi ought to
the attention of Parliament, and II
tho order of the War Secietary, Mr.
Ilioderlck, Is not amended, the tolun
tccr force, so the Colonel of one ot
London's strongest regiments say.,
will dwindle to nothing. In the mean
time tho War Otllce Is still wnltlim
anxiously for an answer to the call for
troops for scitlcc In South Africa.
Deputy Sheriff Chlltlngwoith nnd
Cnptnln Knnae were out to tho other
side of Diamond Head yesterday after
noon and succeeded In arresting three.
Japanese In a tery secluded spot on
the slopes. The place was clevcily
hidden hy means ot tarlous dot Ices
and the o Ulcers were at first Inclined
to hellcte tney had been git en some
wrong pointers Howeter. they pi so
tered and weie soon within the strong
hold ot the moonshiners. Three men
were captured. Others wero appioach
Ing when one of the prisoners cried
out a warning and the tellotts scatter
ed. Tho still was one of tho biggest
and most complete otcr dlscoveied on
this Island. The tats and barrels were
destro)ed nnd, later on, tho okolehao,
of which there was a great quantity,
was brought to town. The cases ol
the Japanese will coino up tomorrow.
It Is understood they nate decided to
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrlal edition It three cents to all
parts of the States.
Weekly edition ot the Bulletin $1 a
This Matter of Advertising
is a Curious Thing
Wo have told you lime and again about
THE STEEL AERMOTOR
mid ej 1 1 undo stand perfectly well
most of the points, yet should we neg
hit this pounding of tho truth about
our goods joii would in tlmo loso
sight of us and buy uomo other fel
Although ho Is a good fellow and has
n fair windmill we ennnot afford to
allow such a calamity to befall as tho
substitution of any other windmill
where the AERMOTOR ought to bo
used and It ought to bo used In ovory
place wheio a low-priced nnd high
classed mill Is wanted
Wo keep on hand a full supply of
extras lor tho above mill.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE C0.,Ltd
816 Fort St., Honolulu, H. T.
rf 'c-i" k"
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weannaiy tj i.tii
ThunJijr 'a,' )7ii
f. ICtl I 4 10 10 1) ft 6
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6J It o It 4
6 ! II 40
Sundly 6 s ii t 8
MonJay n 1 ,., 1 1
Pull moon on tho 23d nt 1 3G p m.
Tldei from tho United States Coast
and (Jeodetlc Surtey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul nno Hlto occur
about nn hour earlier ihan at Ho
nolulu Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower thnn Green wclh time, being
mat of tho meridian of 167.30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo ..own nt 130 p. in., which
Is the same ns Greenwich, On Om.
Mnstcrs of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thcro
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
OlTlce located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit frco of chnrge, complcto sots
of charts nnd directions of tho world,
Lntest Information enn bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest tq ocean
Wc-nthcr Bureau, Punahoii, January
21 Temperature Morning minimum,
64. Midday maximum, 70.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29 SS. Hilling.
Dew Point r,7K.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 02 per cent.
Str. Ilanalel, Green, from Kahulul
at 9 p in.
Frlny, January 21.
Stmr. Wnlaleale. Plltz, from Knual.
Stmr. .Mnul, Bennett, fiom Hawaii.
Thursday, Jan. 23.
Sti Kitlulnnl. Dottcr, for Mnhukon
nnd Hnmnkiia ports.
Str Lehun. Nap.ila, for Maul and
Sehr. Mokllunn, for Koolnu ports.
Sehr. Twilight, for Han.ilel and Ka
lihlttul. Stmr. Ittnlanl, Tullett. Tor Knual
P S. A T Kllp.itrhk, Rogers, fiom
San Fi.inc Isco.
Sc In IMiptp Teittimend. foi Maul
and Konn Hntwill ports nt 1 p m.
ie in in
Theic Is a big howl fiom the tieln
lly of the corner of plikol and Klnau
streets, on the Plains. It turns out
thnt the report has got ubroad that the
lot on the inauka Wniklkl corner has
been icnted to a hill of Japanese for thn
election of a theater. A reporter went
to tho ofllce of Mr 1-anslng In the Jiidd
building this morning and was there
told that tho lot had not been tented
to any Japanese.
At nil etents theic hate been somo
Japanese after this place and the resi
dents aie doing all In their power to
prctent tho erection of the pioposed
theater. One of the Irate residents was
seen yesterday afternoon ns ho was
going home from his work and this Is
what ho had to say:
"if thcro Is any attempt to put up n
theater on that lot wo residents will
sit up all night with shotguns to pre
tcnt such it thing happening. It Is bad
enough now with all the Japanese and
Chinese lit ing right among us. In the
Japanese quarter, there Is a fight on an
avemgo of once In etery two nights
It Is nothing at all to he awakened at
any old hour of the night by Jupaneso
swearing, shouting and lighting.
"If a theater Is allowed to go up,
cter)ono knows just what It will re
solte Itself Into and that Is what wo
are trying to pretcnt. There is enough
of that kind of thing going on now
right under our ejus on tho opposite
side of tho street.
"A load of lumber was dumped on
thu empty lot yesterday and that is
what mnkes us believe tho Japanese
hato succeeded In making a dicker
with tho pcoplo who hate thai go of
A COMING HALL.
Thcro will bo a meeting of the ladles
interested In the Honolulu Eo and
Ear Infirmary nt tho homo of .Mrs
Isenberg, Wilder atenue nnd Punahoii
street nt 3 o'clock this afternoon. I
Tho trustees of tho Infirmary havo
decided to glto a ball In nld of the i
treasury of tho Institution and the I
meeting this afternoon is to discuss I
ways and means, appoint committees, I
nnd do other business In connection I
with tho work. Notices hate been sent '
to tarlous society ladles of the city
and It Is oxpectcd that there will bo a
large attendance at the meeting. I
It Is an Interesting Btudy to trace,
tho underlying reason for many of tho
curious names which woro given to
the offspring of tho first colonists.
Parents searched for names of deep
significance, lor names approptlnto to
conditions, for those of prolound In-,
lluenco, piesiimnhly, on tho child's
life. Dame Dinely, widow of a doc
tor, or barber surgeon, who und died
In the snow while striving to visit a
dlstnnt patient, named her poor balm,
Tho children of Roger Clap were
named Experience, Wnltstlll, l'rcscrv-1
ed, llopestlll Walt. Thanks Doslro.
Unite nn Supply Madam Austin, an
early settler of old Narragansett, had
fifteen children Their names were
Parvls, Plcus, Plersus, Prlsomus, Poly
bins, Lois Letttco, Avis, Anstlce, Eu
nice, Mary, John, Elizabeth, Ruth,
Kioolovn All llvo to bo three scoro
and ten, ono to ho a hundred and two
years old. Edward Rendall's children
wero named Truecrace, Reform, Hon
ed For, More Mercy and Rcstoro. Rich
ard (Irlillav B offspring wore Return,
Belletn nnd Tremble. Cnlld Llfo In
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
C-'or Want Column !tc Pane Mx
NICELY furnished room, central loca
tlon, Willi or without board for two
gentlemen. Inquire Bulletin om.ee
FOR SALE Furniture of 5-room cot
tnge, nil flrBtdnss, easy terms,
prlt liege of renting cottnge En
quire llrst cottage on Emmn Squnie
Ii Id BE
TESTED II SI. Ii
St Louis Jan II An exhibition ot
airships In operation hns been deter
mined upon ns one of the great not el
tics for the Louisiana Purchase Ex
position of 1103. Messrs. Chnrlcs W
Knapp and Nathan Prank, members of
the Executive Committee of tho
World's Pair, were recently nppolnted
ns a sub-committee to consider the
question of an norlnl tournament to he
u feature of the Pair. These gentle
men hate cnlleel Into consultation Prof
S. P. Iingley, Secretary of the .Smith
sonian Institute nt Washington, I). C .
nnd Octate Chnnutc. of tho Western
Society of Engineers of Chicago, two
distinguished scientists, wno hate git
en special attention to aerostation.
it is proposed to offer prizes of not
less than J.'ud.ooo. The matters to be
determined by the sub-conunlttee nnd
those who hate been called upon to
confer with them: tho recommendation
of a chief of the aerostatic display, the
lilies gotcrnlng the tournament and
the conditions under which the prizes
will be attnrded, A cablegram from I
London sas that Sir Hiram Maxim,
the American Intcntor. expresses much '
Intel est In the proposed contest, and
Is willing to spend $100,000 ns a p.utl-
clpant In the effort to win the prize. I
Piesldent David H. Prancls of tho
Exposition Company says that Mr.
Maxim will he Invited to participate ns
soon as tho committee of aerial ex
perts has cr.tstallzed the plnn for the
contest. In connection with the tour
nnnient theio will also be held nn
aerostatic congress In which the sub
ject will be exhaustively disc ussed by
iIhmc who hato unilnrtal.cn print l ,il
cxpeilmcnts In aerial mitigation
Tho Dheetor of Exhibits. Piee'ci k
1 V. Skiff in making up his cl,i. HI :.
tlon for the exhibit departments o. he
World's Pnlr. some time ago. In, bid d
In the Department of Transpcutaii. n
In Group No 77. protlslons for urr.il
mitigation. The roup Is arranged in
four i hisses Class 181 relates to 1 il
lonii construction: fabrics, vurnuili
cais. tnltcs. netting, eord.ige. appll-nne-es
for stopping balloons, tiiih in
anchors and grapnels; the generation
of h)drogen nnd other light gases,
captive balloons. Class 482 relates to
aerial tojagos; the use of balloons or
the study of the atmosphere, air cur-'
icnts, clouds, temperature at great I
heights optical phenomena, etc.; drntt-l
lugs, maps of Journeys, diagrams,
photographs. Class 483 relates to mil-1
itnry ballooning jmllltnry captlte bal
loons nnd their accessories; winding
drums, transport wngons; apparatus
for Inflation. Class 481 relates to
aerial mitigation; dirigible balloon
and guiding apparatus; 11) Ing ma-1
ehlncs, screw propellers; neroplnncs
and parachutes. I
The fourth class menlloneel Is the
one hating a particular public Inteiest
at the present time.
It was early recognized by ollUers of
tho Exposition thnt the mitigation of
the air Is one of the great problems for
scientific solution, and thnt this Ex
position would not fulfill Its duty to
the ttoild unless It lent Its encourage
ment and furnished an oppoitunlty for
those who nte skilled In this elllucult
zclenco to demonstrate the rcs-ilts of
The experiments of M. Suntos-Du
mout at Paris last )ear, when he ac
complished the feat of sailing in nn air
ship around tho Eiffel tower and back
to the place of beginning, n trip of
thirty minutes' duration, all but sohed
the problem of aerial mitigation. Tho
uiagulucont piizes which the Louisiana
ruuhiiso Exposition proposes to offer
makes tho matter ono of sensational In
terest and tho tournament w 111 be one
of the most noted In history. Secietniv
Waltei 11. Stetens of the World's Pnlr
reports that theio Is now n piospeit
of at least 100 entries reprctentlng nut
less than ten countries.
BILL NYE AS DAIRYMAN.
When I was joung and used to roam
oter tho country, gathering water
melons In the light of the moon, I used
to thing I could milk anybody's cow, j
but I don't think so now. I do not
milk the cow unless tho sign Is right,
nnd It hasn't been right for a good
man) years. Tho last cow I tried was
a common cow. I remember her brow
was low, but she woro her tail high
and shu was haughty, oh, so haughty
I mado n commonplace remark to
her. One thnt Is used In tho very best
society, ono thnt need not glvo offense, I
I said "so" nnd sho "soed." Then I
told her to "hist" and she "hlstcd "
Hut I thought sho over did It. She put
too much expiesslon In It.
Just then I heard something crash'
through tho window of the barn and
fall with a sickening thud on the out
side. Tho neighbors rnmo to sen what It
was that caused tho noise They found
thnt I had done It In getting through
I asked the neighbors If tho barn was
e till standing They said It was. Then
1 asked them Is the raw was Injured
much They said she seemed quite
robust Then I requested them to go
In and calm tho cow a little and seo If
thoy could get my plug hat off her
I nm buying nil my milk now off a
milkman. I select n gentle milkman,
who will not kick, nnd feel as though I
can trust him. Then, If ho feels ns
though he can trust mo It's all right..
Third and Last
Great Clearance Sale
li.cto lopjrlgbt, 1W1, bjr lUKkttuoJ, Ntw ork.
BOSS CROKER. WHO HAS RETIRED FROM POLITICAL ACTIVITY AS
THE LEAOER OF TAMMANY HALL.
rsi r-n w fa Ra M m la r-s M fa r r- P-a K Pa p r-a Kx rn Pa "a M r-a to Pa
BOTHA NEARLY CAPTURED RICH MEN GIVE LITTLE
London Jan 14 Perhaps the most
Important point In Lord Kitchener's
weekly report, dated Johannesburg.
Monday. Januay 13th Is tho omission
of nil mention of ficneral Do Wet,
fiom which It Is deduced that tlw
llrltlsh commander in chief Is moro
than usually hopeful of effective ro
suits from his present effort to stir
lound Do Wet. Since the disaster nt
Kcofontcin strong British column!,
hate been persistently dogging I)e
l.oid Kitchener, In a dispatch frorti
Johannesburg dated Monday, January
13th, reports the narrow escapo of
General Hatha from capture by Gen
eral Uruco Hamilton. Hearing of a
concentration of Doers nt Knapdar,
rtruco Hamilton went to the spot, but
only to find that tho lloers had been
git en the alarm and that 400 of them
were trekking, three miles distant,
with Gencinl Botha, in a Capo cart,
leading. Uruco Hamilton chased the
Doers for seven miles until his horses
gnte out and captured thirty-two
Hoers and quantities of ammunition
The report of the rumor regarding
the safety of the tinnspct Sheridan
as published In the Star yesterday Is
veiy Improbable and, from careful in-
testlgatlon, It Is believed It will prove,
without foundation, The blierldan, in
the (list plnce, sailed from San Plan
clsco for Manila on New Year's dny.
Tho trip to Manila would take her at
the least twenty-four days Ii sho went
direct. To Nagasaki sho could not
have made tho run in much less than
nineteen days, nnd as she was leported
blink on the 15th In the Straits of Bill
monsekl, sho must hnvo been about
four or five days ahead of tlmo In get
ting there to bo sunk,
Kven had sho met disaster In tho
straits, there could not hate been
great loss of life from the ordinary
sinking ot the vessel througn collision
with another tessel or by striking on
thu rocks, as one of tho chief dllllciil
ties In going through tho Inlet Is the
fact that it fairly swarms with fishing
boats nn other small bouts, whldch
are bo thick that their presence Im
pedes the wny of steamers, and those
boats would hato ceitnlnly been able
to i esc no many If not nil of the pooplei
on the tesbcl.
HeHlfin Prom Kiilvntlnn .tpmy.
London. Jan. 14 The Centinl Now
learns thnt, owing to grato doctilnn'
diffeiences, General Booth's son In
law and ila enter. Mr nnd Mrs Itooth
Cllbboin, nnd Percy Cllhhcnn hate re
signed from the Salvation Army nnd
Joined the church of John Alexander
Postage on the Bulletin's special " i
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
$1.00 WAISTS FOR 50c
1.50 " " 75c
1.75 " " 871-2
2.00 " " 1.00
2.50 " " 1.25
3.00 " " 1.50
3.50 " " 1.75
4.00 "' " 2.00
4.50 " " 2.25
5.00 " " 2.50
5.50 " " 2.75
6.00 " " 3.00
6.50 " " 3.25
L.ewland. O., Jan. 15 Col Myron
T Herrlck tieasurer of tho McKlulcj
National Memorial Association and
pieHidcnt of the American Hankers
Association, said today.
"Theie hate been practically no cn
trlbutlotis to the McKlutoy mcnioilal
mud from men of great wealth, m
those at the head of out great com
merc-ial and maiiiitacturlng Instltu
tluns. much to ni surprise. The")
lute left the building of this memo
rial to the wnge-eamors in Inctoilc..
shops and stoies. nnd to the school
ihildren who aie not ralteilng In this
uxpresslon of their lovo and confidence'
In William McKlnluy. Those men or
uwan who should contribute seem to
ha... delated or forgotten '
HchcIPh IlHtnte Halt n Million.
Camdeu, X. J. Jan. 13 The will of
t.i-.- late Pnlted States Scnutor WII
hum J. Seitell was admitted to pio
tat- today The estate Is ellilded
enually among- Gencial Sow ell's wire
nnd file children As no Intentmy
i tiled the tnliie of tho estate Is es
timated at JuOu.irmi
Notice Is heieby glten that, In uc
oidance with section (112 of the Civil
Ijiws all persons, compnmsj or cor
porations, owning, contio.llr or opcr
atlng aerial or iindcigmund cliuifts
fot the following puiposes, tu:
Elect lie Pott el,
Electric tnllwuy Tiolley Wires,
Electilc Halltta) I'eeder Wlie.
shall file nt the olllee of tho Gotorn
ment Electilcnl Inspector on or before
Match 1, 19H2. detail maps showing the
location or all pole lines nnd ciicultf
No euoiislon or modification of ex
Istlng pole Unci or circuits shall be
made, until nppllcatlon, nccompanled
b plans for same, shall ho submitted
to and appioted by the (Internment
All poles oi clicults or ttlies on pub
lb stteels or highitas not In actual
service must bo temoved without fur
thor notlc e
Ml W. P C. Hasson has been ap
point -d Goteinment Hlectrlcnl In
spector foi the Teirltory of Hawaii
tlce- W. L. Piazee, leslgned.
All blanks leu the above woik will
be luinlshed upon application at the
itnlUe of tho Goteinment Eleetrlcul In
ipector. JAS. 11. IIOYD.
Supeilnteudent of Public Woiks
Depaitment of Public woiks, Jiinu
niy 21, ltfus. 2uj2-3i
65 Queen St.
On Saturday, January 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-,
At my salesroom, f,T Queen street, 1
will sell nt Public Auction n consign
ment of Piesh Giocerles comprising:
I pound Snlmon, Corned Ileef, enso
Tomatoes, Compress Lard. Turkey
and Iloast Turkey, enses Peas. Porlc
and Deans. Assorted Jellies. Pcachoci
and Pears. Iloast lleef. Deans. sackH
ol Com and Wheat
Hoods aie flesh and In good order,
Just landed per Andrew Welch.
Jas. P. Morgan,
On Saturday, January 25,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my snlesioom, KZ Queen street, I
will sell at Public Action several
Carriage and Saddle Horses.
Jos- F. Morgan.
65 QUEEN STREET.
valuable real estate
On Friday, January 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At in) salesroom 11.1 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction n fine parcel
or laud situated at Puunul nbotu tho
bend of I.illha stieet.
The lot hns a frontuge of 310 feet
on Puunul road and 200 feet deep, con
taining nn niea of (12,000 square feet.
Propel ty Is hut n short dlstanci)
fiom the terminus of the i.illha street
cms, Is well situated and can be dl
tided into seteuil building lots.
I'or further particulars apply to
Ja8. F. Morgan,
55 Queen St
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