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EVENING BTJM.nTIN, HONOLULU H. T., TUESDAY, mn 11. 1002.
I ll ll I
THE CLEVELAND BICYCLE represent nil n good IjU Ir should
Kas) runnlnK strong durable niul Itoautlf tilly finished At our price
Thi'ie l no other wheel In competition
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Washington Post Gives the Details
From the White Houhc of
Request for Dole's Resignation.
(Cpntlnucd from page 1 )
(From the Washington (D. C.) Post I
CHANGES IN HAWAII.
Letter Now on Way Asking Dole's
GOVERNOR SAM PARKER.
Island Cattle King Congratulated on
His Coming Appointment.
Present Incumbent Has Been Unfortu
nate In His Administration of Lo-
Weather Bureau I'unahou Febiunry
11 Temperature Morning minimum
OS, Mlildaj mlxlmum. TG.
llarometer tit 1 n in. 29 81 l'dllhip
Hnlufnll 0 00
Dew Point COr.
llumlility at 9 a in, C 5per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 11 Weather flue outside, clear,
wind light SW.
Thursday, Februai) 11
Am lik Allien Hesse, Kelsscl, hence!
Feb !, put back leaking
Am schr Twilight, from Knual.
Monday, Feb 10.
Si lit Mohlknna for Koolau ports.
Str Iwnlanl Greene for Anahola mid
Str. Walalcale Plltr, for Koloa nnd
Tuesdaj, Feb 11.
Str Mnunn I.oa Slinetson for Kona
Str. Klnnu, Freeman, for Hllo and
Str Noeau, 1'edersen, for I.ihaina
Knnnnpnll, llonokna and Kukulhaele
at 12 m.
Str. Maul. F llenm.lt, for Maul
ports at i" p m
Sehr Knwnllnnl, for Koolau po-ts,
at n p m
Am hk Hrsper. lerscn, for I're
1' S A. T Thomas. Uuford, for
Guam nnd Mnnlln. lit fi p m
Str W (1 Hall S Thompson, for
Knunl pints, at 5 p 111.
Sti l.ihua Napnla for Molokal, it
5 p in
For Son Francisco, per O 8. S. So
noma, Feb 11 I II Ta lor nnd wife,
C W Held, O. C Spadebur) Mrs A.
A lljxhee F Hlackstcr. Mis Nupth-
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Wnnt Column Sve ('age Ix
TO LET Two nicely furnished rooms
close to Hnpld Transit 11 H power
house The Ilalmoral, 834 Young
St 2068 lw
last ear. which has hastened tint
President h determination for n thor
ough overhauling The nntlxc ele
ment of the Islands has betomp much
enraged nt him for one reason anil
another and ho failed to dlspla tact
In dcnllug with the hot headed Legls
latin e which assembled last winter,
nnd the quarrel has ginwn In Inten
slt Col I'nrlter Is expetted to pla
i nti the natives as far ns possible,
and to Inject nunc liaimony Into the
The prospective Clovcinor Is flft
enrsold nnd has a strain of New Fng-
land blood In his elns, his grandfath
er having been from Massachusetts
From 111 in he letelvos his name o
I'aikei He Is distinctly a business
man. nnd enteied politics somewhat nlle. Win F. Ornish), Mr nnd Mrs W
leluctanlly. It was at President Mc r. Stears Miss dribble. A Ingersoll.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
Biiant of n power contained In n cer
tain mortgage glen by Chin Aklna to
me, the undersigned, Leu Sen, dated
May 1, 1901, to secure pament of n
promlssorv note for the sum of J300
which said nolo Is past due and un
paid; In default of payment on de
mand I the said Leu Sen. will after
the publication of this notice for three
consecutive weeks, proceed to fore
close said mortgage In nccordanco
with the provisions of law nnd the au-
thoilty umtnlned In said mortgage to
me (Signed) l.wu sel'
Honolulu, T II , Feb. 11, 1902,
2008 Feb 11, 17, 24.
Klnlo's personal request that he ran
for Congress on the Republican ticket
It was belioved in Washington for
some t-nic that Mr Wilcox, the pres
ent Delegate would prove a ory
strong fin tor, and that be would poll
an mormons vote
Attended the Philadelphia Convention
riesldent McMnle) regntded rat
A fl.mdard. C H C'oolej. Miss McDon
aid. S Slurlck. W W llrewer nnd
wife, S .1 Dend) and vvlf". Mrs n
drew, (1 K Dow I. I. Packwit W
T ILiw lings, S Oollnsk) John C
Craeknell. A F Fngler. .1 Michaels
wife nnd child Mis M S Si udder. C.
F Mever W II Haker nnd wife, Mis
.1 Sielej and ihlld. F S I'rescott and
wife. W M Tompleton, (J W Sl-iilt,
F. S Holt. Mr Honrne. (leorge It Car-
l.er as the onlv man who could defeat
eal Affairs The Quarrel Started Wlliox ntl that the belief was well
Last Winter Has Increased In n- foumliul is shown b) the fait that a
Ichnnge of something like a Hundred tor. drome K negcl. F Carts J Coe,--
tenslty, and Native Hawallans ,,,, woli(1 uim. (..-ttc,. ,,rvl.r Slneoj ,)e, . , Mulligan. I. T Ware F. F
Have Become Highly Incensed Jtbo Uipiibllinn pait was organized , nr'(pr
in uie isiauus I'arKer lias neen at luo
New Governor's Grandfather Wa frmt ,)0ntlial affairs He attend
New Enylander. Cl' "l(' l'hllndelphln lonvuntlon nnd
Knows most of the prominent Hcputdl
1 i an leaders
. ... ,.., Col Parker's chief business Is that
The presence In the . Ity of ( ol ham 'of lnmlinmlli aMmlsh he Is Interested
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Socledade Portugueza de Santo An
tonio Beneflcente de Hawaii.
At the annual meeting of the above
named boi lety. held on the 8th day of
Fcbrunr), 1902, the following officers
were tlulj elected for the ensuing
M. A. Sllva President
J. S. Azevedo Vice President
M. T. Furtado . . . Secretary
J. P. Rodrlgues Treasurer
Directors A. I. Sllva, S. B. Ar
ruda, J. Correa, A. O. Rosa, J. S.
M T FURTADO,
Honolulu February 11 1902.
Parker, who is selected to be Governor
In numerous other smaller enterprlhcs.
of the Hawaiian Torrltor) before ninny n , ,,,, r n (l ,, ,
weeks, brought numerous people to c ,anth oniprgK BM(,rnl ulni.red
the Raleigh )esterdny to offer lilm lhouMU1, ncrcR There he has a mag
congratulations. He entertained n ninCent home, besides nnothei equally
company last evening, among then, llno 1Cgi,lenrc , tllL, (Uy f Honolulu,
exbenator Shoup. ono of his ol.t ,,,,,, , OI1 the ,,,, or 0ahu ls
friends, and reiuscd to make an cum- , rnmll H nnotllt,, (,n,,p ,,,,,
ment for publication nbout the propos ,.,.. lu, ,u ,,. ,. ,., rron.ni
cd change In Hawaiian affnlrs Tn !,,, , JarK0 t,)r)(mltu , n0I10 I
imer inuiuuiiiiH iu wut. u-mui iu i onKnKO,i n furiilshlng mints to
resignation was dislred was sent last',,,,. rc8,,.nts He navels back nnd
Thursdav but It was too late foi the ,,,,, i)0tHPe the Islands and tho
steamship Alameda, which left t"'l maliilancl, usually two or threo times
Francisco csterda and accordingly 'a )oal. ,, ,8 Ba( t() ,,,. th(, m()9t n(
will go In the mall which closed tit'i" Icoptnblc- mnn to nil factions In the Isl
Saturday and wnlch will be taken by am, that ,,,,,, hae 1)0(,n Ht.u,ctl.rt
the steamer Hongkong Mam leaving tnn offl(u ()f fjovernor.
San Krancisco next rnursuaj
It Is not definitely known
Tor Maul ports, per stmr Maul,
FFebruar 11 Mrs Itockfort, .Mrs M
Miranda Rev. S K Knnelua, J T
Ciawle) Akonn I.lllll, Wong Kwal
John Gomes, Mrs J M Mulholland
nnd two children, I Zollvvltz P
Schneider. James Klrkland, .1 0
Smith, I Pfotenhnuer
For Maul and rvona ports, per stmr
Manna I.oa Februnry 11 F W. Vnn
Senden I. Commit. W. 11 Craw
foul Mis. A Webstei. M I. Goidon
Mis Nokn Mis. Aim-Hliury, W.
Oieen II Nubnoleliin, L Tobriner,
Mrs A I. King l.ui) Shanatt, Mrs
Kanakaniil D Ksplnila J K. Itlcli
Fiji Kauai pmts. per stmr Ivvnlanl
Fehrnarj 11 Mis II C Mossman
Ileatiice Dertlemann. J K Ilenkett
1. F lleibe, Cnpt ltennle. T F
Sanborn J Schmeister
For Hllo and wny ports, per stun
There Is a strong conviction anion? Klnnu Febiuary 11 Pearsy Penrce,
tho imnntt. fnmlttiir ulth llnunttnn .if t tv. I .. If.. i u....... Inmnu
..,..... , ,. r f.... ..111 V" "-- !- ." ." "- r .!" "" "" .i"i"". i.-o
ueinei ... w ,,, u, .. ra8 int clrrlt judge Uumpliro)' Mallon K A Frnser, P II Dankej.
tept the oinco of Secretary of the Ter resignation will como soon nrter the jm Utheison, O Peterson, George
rltorj which has been tendered him 'IMm re(5ilm. , ,mKrateil He had Uoss Mrs II I.lllenthal Miss Gers
t pa in salary or only $oMUil annual- 1)U, a .UgturLH ra(.tor 0CaI af- tie Geo W Mnciarlnno I. Splnks
'' Tbiu . Cry .ma. iBi V 5?in fairs aud ono of Gov Dole's bitterest I y II I) King II Cannon. I)r Fil
dard of living goes In the. Islands The QM.miet It is ,inown Uiat 10 prefers ,l and servant Mrs Henrs Vlda and
belief is, however, that Mr Cartel 'will to leslgn, mid the authorities here In 1 vlillel 13 A G Miller F I, Lowell
accept. The President s desiroub Washington who want a new deal all i: , Cutting. J Makubashl and
that he and Col Parker should work aro,,,,,). mi,i mP t gPP ,m 0ff the wire Mrs S Koiida Miss M Knuff
together to bring about a more bar lwncl Ti,cro would he little stirprlso man Miss M II Weed, W Ilooth,
monlous condition of niTalrs in the Isl lf lp forwards his resignation soon )r It II Iluld P Peek II C Voss,
nnas u win ue iiniy mil nuj iuukci aflpr ,lu, neB8 of tlp ,ontemplnted
before Gov Dole receives the letter, thange or Governors reaches Hono
sent by direction of the President, and u
probably two weeks more tieioie nq
answer can reach Washington
Came Here to Work for Sewall.
Thero Is nn interesting Incident In
the change, becauso Col Parker made
a flying visit to Washington just be
fore the holidays to urge the nomina
tion of Mr Harold Sow nil for Govern
or Mr Sewall eventually withdrew
his name, and turning about worked
for tho nomination of Col Parker.
BROKE PIATE WINDOW
Sonic maliilous pertun kliki I a h le
through the plate glass door oi poster s
Jewelrj stoic on Hotel stleet nut even
ing at nbout 10 oiloik 'I lie p rsou
was followed by n mnn from the rti.io
Some think that Mr Sewall who lias next door to Foster tin! a soldlei
had qulto a long diplomatic careei Is I thought to have hi en the man was m
slated for some other position tiiiiU r teatol.
President nooscvclfsndmlnlst ration. u appeals that tin soldlri had Vui
He was a student at Harvard Col lege. (, ,. . , ,
during tho samo period that Pieslilent i ,,.f,iS(.,i i1(, ....t mil!rv and
Roosevelt wns there although they . l ""' ,o1 " u'r"8 ' '" ' 'ol ' '' '""'
were not classmates stn ted to leave muttclng A fevv ,-
The news of Gov Dole's removal, "'"'s n"1''" ' "' "' " ' '"'""I
for that Is In fact, what It amounts -ind Hie ocuipunts of the stoic vvn'keu
to, will undoubted!) cause much con-1 to tho sticet to sie vvh.it was the nut
stcrnatlon In the Islands Ho baa i ter They wiw the man who hail lie
probably been unfortunate In his ad
ministration, especially during tho
the result oi -sing
J M Weed i: J Walker. F S
Inv 11 J Day C 12 I2cspe). II T
Cooke QQ II Herrc) Judge G F
Little P N Llllcnthal, wife and
daughter, T It Itoblnson A For
chur Mrs J W Keller Miss II J
vlously been begging wnlklng iivvnv
from the brokin glass und followed
him At the corner of Fort nnd Hotel
lie turned and began to mn II" nut
captured In the van! of the Club Stn
hies and taken to the pollco station.
Tho caso Is now being Investigated
II 1 1 m I IK "Hobble." said Tim, "let's play reel
V I A V I I procity You go In the house and get
uii uppiu iur uie uim iiien i n gu uuu
get ono for sou. That s fair, Isn t It7
llnlihln tlinltfrht It una nml f.nt tlto
nnnle. whlrli Tim nle Then Tim went
into the house He was gone a long
time, nnd when he came out ho had
"Where's mine? ciled Hobble.
"Ma snld you couldn't havo nnoth
This tonic bevcrago Is without equal er," said nin serenely Washington
ns n strengthened It tones up tho. Times.
Hrnin nnd body nro both sttinulnted
and strengthened nnd tho dcbllltntlng
effects of this cllmato nro overcome
Vim, Vigor and Vitality follow In
tho wake of "ROYAL MALT EX
TRACT", that peerless tonic.
Ue sure and get tho genuine don t
waste tliuo or money on worthless lin
Kulwrilip for tho WKKKLY
nnj.FTT'N'. onlv $1 per nniinni
25c per bottle
$2.50 per dozen
Hobron Drug Go.,
AMdi I.lectrlc "Belt'
'? penvirv Is Rinnntecil
all the curative proper
ties of the eN.un Ive belts now sold by
Ji tor nnd druRgKts ItKUesavery
trnnK current of electricity andlseally
reguhted. B und to supersede others. Can
be Ind from the unJcrilEneJ only i no
aeents; no discount. Ircul ir free. Address
Plr re l!l-ctp3 Co , 200 Post St.. S n
Franrlvo. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
(vv ith sus
RULES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR
Aerial Circuits for Electric Light,
Power or Railway, Telephone or
Telegraph Circuits on Public
Roadways and Highways.
In the t (instruction of aerial circuits
for the nbove purposes, the following
uiles nnd requirements must be oli
seived on nnd after this date.
1 Application must bo made on
proper blanks to tho Superintendent of
Public Works for permission to erect.
2 Use of poles Is limited to the pur
pose for which they nro erected.
3. Poles erected within town or city
limits, other thnn those for electric
railway purposes must not lie less thnn
fort) fect In length and twelve Inches
In illnmeter nt butt.
4 Space between poles must not ex
ceeil 100 feet
S Poles subjected to special strains
must lie pinperly guyed or braced
Gil) lines nro not to bo secured to
d Poles must be stamped with own
cr's nuino and numbered.
Private signal lines must not bo
placed on poles for public service with
out pel mission.
X Wherei curb lines arc established,
poles nro to be plnced Inside of nnd
tangent to the curb line.
1 Must be chamfered.
2 For high potential lines should be
dlppcil in oil
3 When carr)lng more than two
lines must be hinted with galvanized
lion hi aces
4 Must bo secured with galvanized
Iron bolts, not lag screws.
u Where lines of dead ended double
cross anus must be used.
1 Main conductors for elect lie light
or powei on ronds nnd hlghwn)s must
not be less than No. (i, IJ & S
2 Service wires on roads and high
a)s must not bo less than No ii, It
& S . In private grounds, not less than
No 8, II A. S , nnd lubber coveied
3 Klectrlc light and power lines
iniibt he kept clear of foliage. Supply
companies ore responsible foi lines on
toads ami hlghwa)s, nnd owners on
1 Tho lower limit of wires on roads
and highways Is that of the electric
rallvvny trolloy wire, twenty-one fctt
above tho level or the track.
5 Where wires for various pin poses
are run on tho samo poles, or lines
cioss. the following order will be kept,
beginning with the highest.
(a) Signal wires,
(b) Telephone nnd telegrnph.
(c) High potential alternating an
(d) Arc light.
to) Low potential alternating cm
If) Direct current, constant potcn
ti Telephone and similar wlies must
bo piiiteclcd b) ile ml Insulated guaid
I lions in wlies Irom posslblllt) of eon
Secretai) II 12. Coopei Is rejoicing
over the discovery of n long lost vol
nine, which completers the recordb of
the I'rlv) Council of the monarchy. It
Is hnniUomel) bound with gilt edgel
nnd a stamped Inbel on tho front
covei reads "Privy Council Hook
of Attendance Ahnkuknkiiknhainalu
The flist da) whose attendance is
ii'cordcd In this book was Mnrch IS
1 S3D There weie fourteen members
picscnt besides the Premier. John
Young, who entered his name In Ha
wallan "Keonl Ana," In a ruled square
beneath that for the King's signature
at the top ot the page Kamehameha
(this was the Third) old not enter his
name the first day, but It nppcart
eleven da) a later and for most meet
lugs thereafter Tho foreign iiumes
comprise thoso ot II C Willie, II
Armstrong. Charles Gordon Hopkins
Asher II Hates and Win I, I.cc Mr.
Hopkins was the father of Charles I.
Hopkins one of the present Comnils
bloners of Public Instruction The
last date the register contains Is Jan
uary 7, 1854, when tho only names
signed nro those of Lot Knmehamchn
(afterward Kamehameha IV, 12 II
Allen and It C Wyllle. all eminent
In Hawaiian history
The minute books of tho Privy Conn
ell linni first to Inst Imve nil been le
unci ml b) the Secretary of tho Terrl
tory The) aie In both languages Mi
Coopei has tho work ot arranging the
lliiunlinn nrthlvnu. uhlrh lillH lieen 111
piogress ever Blnco annexation, vei) tn(l "'"' othoi
nentl) completed. All of the foreign .Must not be placed on same iiusK.iim
treaties are In place In the orlglnnl with electric light or power wires nnd
U'WS" irJS"-.1 h"1"1 ,,,ace1 on ,he "mc ,,,,U,B """
Legislative recon.s aro complete '"'' ln'H the dlstanco between the
- luslilo plus on each cross arm must not
Friend (over the wine nrter dlnneil ho less than twent) six Inches
lour wuu is eeiiiuni- u ih.iiiuhiijm 7 vi- res ciosslnc Hat mors must
A GREAT SALE OF
A large Importer has consigned to
us a quantity of rich Oriental Rugs,
with Instructions to sell them at
In compliance, we shall on Monday,
February 10th, nnd during tho week
following, offer the people of Hono
lulu an opportunity to purchase rare
nnd beautiful rugs at prices as low as
could ha secured by going to New
Those familiar with flno rugs will
recognize tho India, Cashmere, Fer
eghan, Kerman, GuendJIt, Kara
bagh, Daghestan, Kheva and Bokhara
as high class goods.
Tho sizes are: 16x10, 12x9, 12x8, llx
8, 10x7 lOxS, 9x6, 8x3, 7x4, Gx3, 5x4,
There aro also about CO samples of
2CxC3lnch American made Smyrna
and Moquette Rugs, which will bo
Included in the sale at very low prices.
INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD,
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facllltato trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or order ed qt them, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolu lu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will be so nt on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will fur nfsh satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Post 8t., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo hnvo tho larg est manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west ot New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
EMIL T. DREIER
CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING
CALL ON ME FOR ESTII1ATES
Large Stock of Electrical Goods on hand
TELEPHONE BLUE 281.
Room 8, Magoon Building
Vanity of a.
Wall Paper House
We are sometimes call nil aln for handling such beautiful
wall papers and ccn the papers themseles are aln they Lnov.
what beauty means Hut vain as we seem we nie not so much
so but what we arc willing to sell our piettiest papers at a Very
rz cz? a I ' C BERETANIA ST"
3IZ-frLrf next to emma
Hum poles to point of attnehment t 1
9 All joints In nil wires must b
1 All Insulators for high potontlal
die ults must be of glass and triple
2 Insiilntors for othei electric light
nnd power circuits must be glass atil ''
3 Service wires for electric light or .
power, where secured to the outside- ot
buildings, must be carried on double
petticoat, glass Insulators.
The term ' high potential" covers
any current between &50 olta and
65 Queen St.
Stock of Milliner's
On Wednesday, February 12th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction the balanco
of stock of Milliner Goods nnd Fix
tures, according to Instructions from j
Mr. Kdmund Johnson, assignee for
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Wednesday, February 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 (Jueen street, I
will Bell at Public Auction a quantity
of Household Furniture, consisting of
Beds, Uurcnus, Washstands, Mockers,
Chairs, Tables, Handsome Ulack Wal
nut Hookcase, Ice Uoxcs, Meat Safes,
Wood 8toe, Standing Office Desk, new
Itugs, etc , etc.
Jae. P. Morgan,
flarzer Sauerbrunnen !
On Thursday, February 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. 1
wilt sell nt Public Auction foi nccofnt
of whom It may concern
300 Cases, moro or less, of Harzer
Sauerbrunnen, damaged on oynge of
Importation from Uremen
Jas. P. Morgan,
NICK'S IIAliD LUCK.
Diler Nick Peterson of the 290
back ktancl has been playing In hard
link the last week On Friday ono of
his hoi ses which was turned on to
pastille died and last eenlng whlln
drUIng a passengei home the hoiss
hitched to the hack roll dead.
The Oulletln, 75 cents per month.
JAMUS 11 UOYD
Department of Public Works, Hon.
lulu February 10 1S02. iur.hit
handsome woman I should think )ou
would ho Jealous of her" Ills Hojt
(confidentially) "To tell you tho
truth, So)mour, I am I never Imlto
anybody hero that n snno woman could
possibly take tho least fancy to "Tit
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
clear samo by nt least seven feet
Wires crossing pitched tools must
clear rldgo over which they pass, or
to which they ate uttached by at least
8 Service wlies must bo run ns
nearly as possible) In horizontal lines
A most pleasant evening was spent
on Saturda) at the residence of IM
wurd Huff. Huff Cottage," Miller
street b a laige pnitv of gentlemen
who Indulge d in tin pleasures and
nijbteiles of n ttag bmoker During
the i'M nlng time was an Impromptu
program rendered which wbb greatly
I nlnwil li tlinm. nif.Rftiit Ainnni' flti.
c'litertalneis were Jnmes Doughert;
wlio snng one of his best songs, funny
I stories by W S. Webster, a hula dance
b) Addle Mlzutr ragtime piano selci
tlons by Mr. nice and sinking b ilio
Itulf limine Quartet. i
Those present were Messrs. Fran
son MeClellan, Kelly 0 I). and J. G
O'Neill Itufr. Kcliberg Seanlon, Dough j
i-rty, Peek. Mlzner Dow, Spltior, Tint
tersh) llannn, Ilrown, Itlce, llartlett ,
Kenned) nnd Stephenson, I
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case
CuO,, hTAIIIISIIHI 11U
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
I'or miiIu ly
The Princinal watch
Dealers in Hawaii
The Waikiki Inn
On Wednesday, February 12,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street...!
will sell nt Public Auction a Alio
white Cockatoo and Cage.
Jas F. Morgan,
On Wednesday, Feoruary 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At in) salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, for nc4
count of whom It may concern, Fifty
Hales of Hay, slightly damaged by
JAS. F. MORGAN.
BIG DINNER TO-DAY
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
idustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
65 Queen St