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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, FED." 4, 1902.
1 m. um
HOW ABOUT THE LAWN
Keeping up the appearance of tho lawn it nn Important Horn In
thewcll-rogulntod homo. The use or a good lawn mower nnrt of good
hose e o other Important Items. We have n new tooK of the famous
UOYAI. and the well-known PENNSYLVANIA lawn mowers, perfectly
niljusted, sharpened and guaranteed. Prices reasonable
Garden Hose at $2.00 per length and upwards.
SEE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW.
E. O. Hall &
THE GOLDEN RULE
WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR
BUSINESS ON THURSDAY,
JANUARY 30th. IN ITS NEW
QUARTERS, 156 HOTEL
STREET, OREGON BLDG.
Wo extend a eonllnl Invita
tion to our trlends and the
general public to visit lis In
our New Home, which we In
tend to inalie the "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of the
city. A kindly welt ome will
be extended to all whether
purchase-is or fn ndly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : ! : ".
Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaho Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOPFflAN & HARKHAH.
In the Polite Court tills forenoon.
Chung Sung was sentenced to six
months' imprisonment for stealing
chickens. Ho was raught on the morn
ing of February 2 lry Umcer Chun
It was on the night previous that the
manager of the Chinese theater, hear
ing his chickens making a racket un
tier tho house, hastened out of his
room to Bee what the matter was. Ho
was Just In time to see Chung Sung
making away with a bag containing
tlmxi chickens. He called to tho thief,
who dropped tho bag and mado off. Ho
was recognized by the theater mana
ger, so his capture was made easy.
Chung Sung Is tho Chinaman who,
Bomo months ago. stole chickens from
tho nomc of an Italian In Kalllil. Tho
household was aroused and tho China
man was shot in tho arm by tho man
of the house. The shot took effect and
the man's arm was amputated.
Literary Subjects. "Whom did you
discuss nt your literary club this after-
noon, dear?" asked the husband In tho
evening. "Let me see," inuniniureil his
wife. "Oh, yes, I remember now! Why,
we discussed that woman who recently
moved Into tho hoiue acros the street
from us, and Longfellow." Ohio Stato
EAT POISON "!
FIVE DIE IN ONE ROOM
When wo put our now rat
poison on the market we call
ed attention to the fact that It
was a real poison antl would
kill. Our patrons who have
tried It verify our claim.
They bring wonderful talcs of
tho mortality among tho rats.
One customer said that flvo
wcro poisoned in one room
tho first night It was used,
RATS MUST GO
Is tho well-chosen name of
this new destroer ot lats anil
and mien. A trial will con
vince anyone that If rodents
nro to bo exterminated our
poison will do the work quick
ly and surely.
A large can costs fifty
cents. There is sufllelent pot
bon to destroy hundreds of
rats. Isn't It worth this to
free your house, barn or yard
of rats? You know tho Im
Insist on having tho real
. RATS MUST GO.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KINO ANQ FORT.
llarkentlne Irmgnrd. Capt. Schmidt,
will nail for San rranclseo on Wed
nesday. February 5th, at 1 p. m. Tor
freight or passage nyply to
V. A. SCHAEl'EU k CO.,
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
IIEMOVED to new olllce. It 10 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours. 11 to 12. 3 to .1:30. 7 to S; Sun
days. 9 to ii.
Ladles felling tickets for the Callen
Rail will please deliver tho returns
ami unsold tickets to Mr. A. Stndtlaen
der. Treasurer, at It. Hackfeld & Co.'s
olllce tomorrow Wi dnosiliiy, February
oth, between 1 anil 5 p. m.
MRS. II. A. ISENIIERO.
At the regular nnnual meeting of
tho shareholders or the Parlllc Mill
Company, Limited, held January I'.'.tli.
19U2. the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year:
President Mr. Emmett May
Vice Pres Mr. Carl Arnemann
Secretary W. P. Barry
Treasurer W. H. G. Arnemann
Auditor J. A. Byrne
Tho above olllcers constitute the
Hoard of Dllectors.-
W. P. I1AHIIY.
The Portuguese Mutual Ileneflt So
ciety of Hawaii, at a special meeting
held January 2Sth, 1902, elected the
following olllcers for the current year:
President Jose G. Sllva
Vice President. .. .Joao Fernandes
Secretary Jose de Frlas
Treasurer A, G. Sllva
Board of Directors Manuel Nunes,
A. S. Nasclmento, Lulz F. Menezes,
J. A. R. Vlelra and M. V. Fernandes.
Auditors Joao R. Moniz, J. F. Roza,
J. Rapozo, Camelo Pcreira and J. G.
Costa. JOS. do Mil AS.
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher 1 reasurer
J. D. Holt )
W. G. Ashley )Audltors
T. E. Wall )
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD;
GLASS, BOND INSURANCE.
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
A TRIP TO C00NT0WN
ii .id Company of I-unny l-oll
BEGINNING SATURDAY EVENING,
KESnUVEI) SEA rs, 75 ccntH
IJOX OPPICE NOW OPEN.
New Map of Oaliu.
worcrl'tj from (iovernmnt Surveys an4 Charts,
Ma-js ot Su ar PUnlitlons ttaltwav.. and Other
Sellable Snurres. THC Map IS lSxit thCKGS.
with artisttr cnlcrlrtf-s and nat mountings, mak
ing a vrry usaful as well as ornamental wall map
THE PHICI- OP THB MAP IS $10 cx. Copies caa
He gttalrd from
JAS. T. TAYLOR,
P.IO.I loa igq. io- Ju44 llulljlnic, Hr-nolulut T, H.
or HAWAIIAN NfcWS CO.. LTD
Lawson lljaikson tells ins that he If
pretty well known out In vour town.
Dawson I should say he was. Why,
thero Isn't a man In the place that
would lend him $5. Somvrvtllu (.Muss.
.Monday. February 3.
Oer. sp. Mnrle Hackfeld, WuhT'
raann. 131 days from Hamburg.
Ilr. hk. Peter Ircdalo, Lawrence, 01
days from Newcastle.
(las. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, from
Lahalnn, Kihel, Makenn, Kaltua, Na
poopoo and Hookena.
Monday. February 3.
Schr. I.ndy, Nelson, tor noolau ports.
Stmr. James Jlakeo, Tullett, for
llanamniilu and Ahiiklnl.
Stmr. Ke An Hon, .Mosher, for Kl
laueii ami Anaholn.
Am. schr. Ooldcn Shore, Hnsmussen,
for Port Townsenti.
Tuestlny. Fcuruary 4.
Stmr. Ktnnii, Frocmnn, for llilo and
fler. sp. Agnes, Ilehrens, for San
Stmr. Maul, Ilennett. or Mnul porta
at ft p. ui.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. 'Ihompson, for
Knual ports nt ft p. m.
Schr. Charles Levi Woodbury. Har
ris, for llilo at 6 p. m.
Stnir. Walaleale, l'lltz, Tor Eleclc,
Hanapepe, Wnlmen and Kekaha at
ft p. m.
Stmr. Hclcnc, Nicholson, for Malm
konn nntl Hamakiia ports at ft p. ra.
btmr. I.ehua, Napala, for Mnlokal
ports at ft p. in.
(las. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for
I.nhalna, Klhet, Makena, Knllua, Na
poopon and Hookena nt .1 p. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, Heirmnn, for San
Francisco nt 3 p. ra.
due Fitu... coast.
T. K. K. Hongkong Ainru, Kilmer
from Snn Francisco, rcbruary I; ilua
For llllci and wny poits, per stmr.
Klnnti. Kebruary 4. A. Weill, J. W.
Wahlron. Win. Johnson. Carl I.ehncrs,
.las. II. Pedgrlff. C. II. Palmer, Wil
liam Young, Mrs. Hcnnlng nntl two
children, it. II. Spotswood. P. S.
Holt. II. Moses. It. Mitchell. S. Peck
and wife. .1. 11. lloyd, W. Mnrrctt. J.
Meo. C. II. Ilenton, J. F. Hackfeld,
Miss L. Clarke. Mrs. E. I.ehncrs, C.
Streekewald. W. II. Davis, (.apt. fl.
II. Whitney. A. V. nn Vnlkeiilfrg.
J. W. Mason, Mrs. 11. Carter and 2
children. It. II. Long. C. T. Day.
For llalnwa. per stmr. I.ehiia, Feb
ruary I. Win. Annhu.
For .Mnul poits, per tsmr. Mnul, Feb.
ruary I. Mrs. A. .,. Itobertson, llnr
ry Copp. M. S. (irlnliaiiin. It. It. Here,
A. W. Senbiiry. .1. II. McWUIInms. .1.
T. Taylor. F. W. (Irlmwootl. II. W.
HOOKED FOll COAST.
For San Francisco, per (). S. S.
Alameda. February ft. Dr. J. II. East,
Dr. C. A. Allenhiirger, M. I). Hall,
John Uoyle. II. McArthur and wife, J.
Haker Jr., W. H. llnyes. D. C. Sage.
K. D. Grcnny. Mrs. It. It. Hind, II.
f. James. A. (J. Stoll. Miss E. M.
Wallace. 11. T. Gilbert, G. N. Hind,
J. Scott Ilyrne. J. K. I (Minim. II. 11.
Cass, C. E. Palmer. (1. W. Slant, Mrs.
Litchfield, Mr. and Mrs. Frltch. Mrs.
C. II. Ilrown. Mrs. C. .i)lnrtl, Mrs.
K. E. Cooper. W. J. Lowrle. E. D.
Tenney and wife. Captain untl Mrs.
Sinker, J. A. Fenger. wife nntl child:
C. M. Cooke. Mrs. J. Kcnwlek. Mrs.
M. J. Carroll.
Owing to the fact that Miss l.illai.
union, me piOHiti.il tiuciloi oj the .
. (. . ,. will tie ituaoie to nieci lie.
chihms in-ioio Miimuay ui tilts i.ci-h
tile mines Daskei uail team will 'm-e.
lor pinciue at tlie l. .M. l. A. gyiiiuu
slum toiiionow evening at 'J.ij oclot-K
.Mis. Walt her .Maun will today givt
up ciinige of tlie iuih.ii loom oi me t
v, (.'. A. which she hub been bucccss
iiiiiy lonum-iing tor some tune, on ac
count or Iter nousenuid duties, it is
with much rem ct that the Indies sec
Her leave. Mis. mrneil o. l-.wmg win
Hereatter take charge oi the Itnuii tie
jiariiuviit which lias ueen slcatlll)
tli owing In popularity.
it has been decided that a committee
of ladles trom tno association is to take
charge of the furnishing of n hoys
room In the Y. .M. C. A. This room,
which is in the upper story of the as
sociation building, above the gymna
sium, will be llitetl out with games,
nooks, papers, etc., untl furnished with
carpets, ciiiiiilns nntl su forth by tun,
committee of which .Mis, II. K. Dilling
ham Is the chairman.
On Thursday afternoon at I o'clock
.Mis. Alary Dillingham Kie.ii- will de
liver at the Y. W. C. A. rooms a lec
ture on "Italpli Waldo Emerson, hli
Life, his reihonality, his Time, his
Contcmpoiailes." This will be the llrst
of a series ol lectures which will bo
five. i by Mri. Freur oil Kmeibou uud
his works. The program lor tho lec
tures Is as follows:
I. Ralph Waldo Kmersan. Thursday,
r'eb. (! His Life, Ills l'ersoiiallty, Ills
Time, Ills Contemporaries.
II. Ills I'roee Konn nntl Substance.
J-'rlday, Feb. 11 .Mini In Relation to
Friday, Feb. 21 Alan In Heluilon to
Friday, Feb, 28. Alan In delation ttl
Thin sclny. .March C Alan in Relation
to (J Oil.
III. Ills I'oetry Form and Spirit.
Friday, .March U Detailed study oi
Fililuy, .Muicli 21 Detailed Study of
IV. Author ami Header.
Friday. .March 28 A Summary of
lliowbo upon Kmerson's prose at
largo and In his poems lend; April,
llrahliia, Concord Hymn, Days, Kach
nntl All, Letters, .May Day. .My (ianleu.
Rubles, Sea Shore, Song of Nuture.
Terminus, The Apology. To J. W.. Two
Rivers, I'rlol, Wuldiusuinkelt, Wood
Notes I and II.
Some Idea of the vast wealth of Lon
don may bo gathered from the flro In
surance carried by the metropolis Is
now $1,550,000,000. Canada's flro In
surance, amounts to 5750,257,095.
IH Mi LADIES
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Want Column Ste Page six
WANTED Situation as salesman,
cleik or freight clerk, have boon In
business ten years, references. Ad
dress J. K.. Hnlletln office. C0C2-1W
TO LET Ftirnlsnod room, Willi of
without board. In n prlvato family
In town. Inquire at Hnlletln office.
ONG ST. SHAVING PARLOrtS
King St. oppnslto tho You..!; build
ing: three barbers In attendance.
Chnrics Moltono, proprietor.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. t tno PANTHEC
nt tho PANTHEON SALOON.
W1LLETT & GRAY SAY
BED ROCK REACHED
No Prospect of Price Going Below
3 3-8c--Influence of Cuban Dis
cussion in Congress Upon
the American Market.
Willed & Cray's Statistical Circular
gives tho following review of the mnr
kets for the week ending Jnnuary 10:
Sales at New ork Jan. 10, 100 tons
Jamnlca Muscovntlos, In port, bnsls -degrees.
3c, Inndei.; Jan. 14, f3 lihtls.
SHU bags l'oito Itlco AIuscovadoB. In
port, basis 8'J degrees, nt 3c landed;
Jan. 15. t!llu bags Snn Domingo Cen
trifugals. In port, basis G degrees, nt
.1 3-Se landed, 400 bags Cuba Centrif
ugals, on spot, basis 'Jfi degrees, nt
3 3-Sc landed. 550 bags San Domingo
molasses, on spot, basis 89 degrees, at
2 5-Sc landed; Jan. I(i. "liio bags Peru
vian centrifugals. In port, basis 90 de
grees, at 3 3-8c landed.
Tho Week Raws declined 3-lCc. Re
fined declined 10 points. Net cash
quotations are: Aluseovados. 2.875c;
centrlliigals, 3.3,5c; granulated, 4.37
4.11c. Receipts, 2o,279 tons. Meltings,
IC.noo tons. Total stock In four portB,
123.180 tons, against i2J,901 tons last
week, and 88,151 tonB Inst year, licet
sugar quotations, f.o.b. Hamburg, 0s
0 3-lil per cwt. for 88 degree analysis,
First marks German granulated f.o.b.
Hamburg, Ss 5 1-1 d, equal 4.30c. New
York, duty paid.
ICstlmnted nflonts to the United
Stntes from Cuhn nntl West Indies,
10,000 tons; Javas, 15.000 tons; Ha
waii. 8000 tons; Kuropc, 5000 tons;
Peru, Dcmernra, etc., 30.000 tons: to
till 08.000 tons, against UO.000 tons
Spot Foieign Ornnulated Tho de
mand Is light and thu supply very
smnll. Fine Austrian, 4.55c asked. For
Import Dutch Granulated, prompt ship
ment, IDs Oil, c. ami f. Fine Austrian
t;iaiiiilated for prompt shipment. 9s
Oil. c. nntl, f.
This week's summary of the statis
tical position show stocks In the Unit
ed States nntl tuba together of 174.180
tons, against 101.901 tons last week
ami 109,494 tons Inst year, an Increaso
of u4,08(, tons over Inst year.
Statistics by Special Cables Cuba:
The six principal ports. Receipts, 15,
000 tons; exports, 1800 tons; stock,
51.000 tons, against 21,343 tons last
year; llu centrals grinding, against 98
Kuropc Stocks In Europo, 3.254,00(1
tons ugalnst 2,575,484 tons last year
Total stocks of Europe and America,
3,128,18(1 tons, ngalnst 2,084,978 tons
l.'ibt year at the samu uneven dates
and 2,921.225 tons nt tho evci dato of
January 1, 1901. Tno excess of stock
Is 713.202 tons, against an excess of
580.CS2 tons hist week. and nn excess
of 550.0S2 tons January 2, 1902.
Hamburg No sugar shipped to
America. No engagements.
Haws During tho week under re
view centrifugals on tho spot hnvii
lieen sold nt 3 3-Sc lor 90 degree tost.
Y- think this mnrks the limit of thu
ilecNiio and base thia vpoii tho iatt
tlu.l as Kuropc holds tho bulk of stir
pips supplies', and has nt no time de
clined below fis 4 l-2d. tho parity of
1 y-liic for centrifugals, ana Is today
2 l-4d above tho lowest point, Unit,
giving a strong Indication that tho
worst has been seen. However, wo
uvo not looking ,or any particular Im
provement at present, becauso tho rlso
In Europo mny prove to bo only tem
porary nnd caiiBctl by r feeling over
there Hint additional duties will bo
placed upon sugars In England, which
might temporarily canso a purchasing
power. The situation Is too complicat
ed to make any settlo predictions,
but wo think that the market requires
closo watching now from day to day.
A bill wan Introduced Into tho Sen
ate, January 13th, by Senntor Mason,
to allow Cuban sugars to uo placed In
United states bunded warehouses nnd
pay such rates of .... y as may exist
nt tho tlmo they nre withdrawn. This
will give Cuban planters facilities for
carrying their sugars In this country
nntl paying the new rates of duty,
which am quite- ,. ely to be ono-hulf
Hie present lutes.
Hellnetl Declined ten points on
granulated nntl most grades, with five
points on Nob. 0 to 11. which had the
tendency to Increase tlie demand some
what, hut at the close the t.emantl is
tgnin slnck ami (ho rourso of prices
dependent upon an Improvement or
non-Improvement in the general situa
tion. 'l..ere aro no Indications of nny
Immcillatu chnngo. Arbuckle Is still
nllowlng 1 por cent extra discount
which thu' American reiuso to moot,
but Howell Is doing so In certain cases.
Tho list prlceB of nil rellnors nro tho
samo on hards and softs. Soma
grades of softs might bo Bhnticd.
Prices nro guaranteed to arrival as
We took an Inventory last week. An
Inventory Is certain to disclose surplus
lots In somo classes o( goods, odd tots
In others, broken lines, etc. Alt these
wo prefer to dispose of at any price
before wo renew our stocks tor the
opening year. We have opened the
bargain throttle wide and put on full
jpeed. Let bargain sekOM board our
train, If they would nat be left.
A GREAT SURPRISE
Whitney & Marsh,
The excellent values wo a.- e offering In handsome rockers win
prove Interesting to the house I i- -pi't and our assortment of styles
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lcntllnji Furniture Dealer.
are you going to the
The coming charity ball Is goin? to be a tremendous success,
hveiybody antl his sister will be thcr so gt In line. Itio proceeds
go to the Honolulu Eye and Ear Infirmary.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, IN THE DRILL SHED.
Tickets for sale in all the stores,
SHREVE & CO.,
To facllltato trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purcnascd or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to those know.
Ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Alnrket f Post fits., S. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havp tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Silverware west of Now York City, and nro prepared to
furnish special designs.
Enrop,'iiii markets, alter touching tiJ
4 '2tl lor beet sugar, have rallied to
0s 0 3-ld. giving Indications of lm
provement as above mentioned.
Coffee There Is very little now of
Impoitnnro to report on tho coffeu
markets. Prices navo continued to
decline on the natural Inlluenco ot
the weight of merchandise and tho ale
senco of nny appreciable demand, not
withstanding efforts of Bpcculator.1
here and abroad to sustain. Ilrnzll re
ceipts continuing largo have com
mencsd to disturb the minds ot those
who had predicted a pel pendiciilar fatt
ing off in the crop, movement com
mencing this month, and Instead of
any repetition of minimum figures for
tho present Hlo nnd Santos crop, sev
erable cables have been received stat
ing the balance of the Santos crop 2,
SUtl.not). 2.75o.iiOi. S.OUU.tillii, 3,50l),0ili1
and even J.uoo.uoo bags to be received
from Januaiy to June. If wo select
tno medium flgun s here given, the
Santos crop Is In evess ot lll.0u0.00t)
bags, and with a total of iienrly t
OOU.Otitt bags let tlv,il In ltlo nntl San
tos up to date, u is not dllllcult to
foresee n grand total approaching
Ij.ntiii.iiim bags by June ;!uth.
With results like this there Is tima
enough to wait to get definite advices
of the growing crop, nntl rellnblo In
formation goes to show that prospects
have impioved. The nbsenee, so far,
of the usual January demand among
thu trade Is doubtless very disappoint
ing, but advices that we get represent
the Intel lor trade being tully supplied.
We, hear that llrazll .Is olferlng moro
freely and soliciting bids. New busi
ness has been done on tno basis of
about C Mr for No. , Hlo cost ami
freight and about 7 7-Sc for Santos
threes and fours. Spot quotations nre
0 l-2c for Wo No. 7 and 7 l-2c for San-
We have never had a better
stock of furniture than at this
time, and It will pleaso us to
have you come and seo it. Not
to buy but to look. You can
buy next time.
$2,00 each, get your tickets early
t '-, No. . sellers, nt which tlio market
Fiituus on the Uxehnngo closed at
i, on to .ii5 for January and .4n to
ii.4j lor June. Last year: January,
!i.r,5 to S.fio; June. 0.80 to 5.90, and spot
No. 7. 7 1-bt: nominal.
Visible supply of world In bags Jan.
1. l'J02. 10.870.1,30; Dec. 1. 1901. 10,735,
719: Jan. 1. 1901. 7.50,345.
Stock United Stntes all kinds 'In
bags Jan. 1. 1902. 2.14.270; Dec. 1,
1901, 1.SS2.787; Jan. 1, 1901, 1,031.610,
Stock Brazils In Now York, January
ir, 1.798.7H bags. Total Ilrazils In the
United Mates, 1.9j2,228 bags. Total
in I'liltetl States other kinds, January
13. S47.i'ol bags. Deliveries for the
week entlllig January ll, 191,451 bags,
against 137.342 bags last year. Ileecltfs
oi ilrazils lor week ending January 15,
An amusing scene occurred at the
docks recently. A Scotch engineer, who
wished to go ashore, ordeied a boy to
thow him the y with a lantern. At
the boy was crossing the narrow plank
that seneil as a gangway, ho slipped
Jml fell Into the water. The Instinct of
the tine fot Instantly showed itself,
"Hold on to tho lamp, boy!" ho shouted
leaning over toward tlie water. "Do
jou hear? If It's lost there Is flvo shll
llngH gone from your wages." Aftei
fonie time the boy was lest-uetl, half
drowned, but clinging to the lamp. A
some compensation for his trouble In
was forgiven for losing the bottom oi
It. London Olobe.
The Oermnii empire has 778 cento
Italians. Franco 213, i-higlnnd 141;
Siotlantl 4 Denmark has only two
tin,! Switzerland none at all.
65 Queen St.
Assignee's - Stock
ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. U.
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will Bell nt Public Auction by order ot
Mr. I'M in tin il Johnson, nsslgnee for
Mrs. A. V. Nnpthaly, tho entire stock
of goods, consisting of Untrlmmctl
Dress Shapes. Children's Trimmed nntl
I'ntrlmmed Hats, Untrimmcd Leg
horns, Sailor Hats, Kelt Hats, Walk
ing Hats, I.ndysmlths, Natlvo Hats,
Hat Krames. Flowers, Huchlng, Hat
Wires, Feathers, IMnx lints, Trim
mings, Ornaments, Showcases, Hat
Stands, F.tc, Ktc.
Jas- F. Morgan,
65 QUEEN STREET.'
ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, .
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom. 05 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction u few brand
new AXMINSTKH RUtlS In perfect or
der. Sizes 13x8-2, 13x10-0, 10x0.
Jae. P. Morgan,
65 Queen St