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EVnNINO nULLtlTIN. HONOLULU, II. T.. WEDNESDAY, FEI1. 12, 1902.
THE CLEVELAND DICYCLE rrpreHi nt all n good lilejcle should.
Kasj running, strong, dutnble nml beautifully finished t our price
There l no other wliocl In competition
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Weather Ilureati. l'nnnhou, rcbrttary
12 Tempeiature Morning minimum,
CO; Midday maximum, "8
Barometer at 9 a. in. 29 91. Steady.
Ilalnrnll 0 01. ,
Dew Point CSl'
Humidity at 9 a m. 78 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Tcb
ruar 12. Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Tuesday. Keb. 11.
Keatihou, Moaher, from Kllau-
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
Por Want Column See I'nfje Six
WANTED Everybody to know that
tho Canton Marine Insurance Co
otllce Is at Honolulu Investment Co
HEN WHO ASSIST PARSON SHERIFF
IN ENFORCING PROHIBITION LAW
Portland s pat son slii'iHf dcipsn't I odor of Ring a block away, and counts
rfalm all the nedlt for what ha been
.u-compllshcd In behalf of piohlbltlon
ta tho Lint ear snvs the Huston Her
(hi. His Indomltnble will lias been
icratlnnouslv In evidence In the woiU
if enforcement, but without the aid
if u fearless corps of liquor seizors
ml tho smpathy of persistent pioso
tut I UK atturoc8, the Itev. Samuel K
Pearson's wnr on the rumselleis could
Anrdly have been successful.
limb of these Important adjuni ts the
ihvrlfr has been able to banK on ever
'.ace the day he held tip his tight
land and took oath to taltlifullv ills-
ns pastime an .uur spent In outwit
ting a saloon Keeper or following up
a pochet peddler.
Doptitv O 1' Stnckpole was Import
id I lorn YorK county to help the sher
iff make Portland absolutely dry. He
Is a natural fighter, nnd would rather
put to i out a riotous stale ale part)
than sit down at a course dinner Ills
home Is In lllddeford, but ho Iihr been
making Portland his temporar) abode
since he was added to the foiee last
Deputy Joseph C. Sterling has seen
more joars of service as a criminal
tbarge the duties of his olllce The o HW el than most nny man to be found
county attorney nnd his assistant were In Poiltand He was on the illy po
elected on the regular Republican lite ftiite during the Clll War nnd
ticket, ami were not pledged to a lg- fm Borne eut afteiward, later served
rotvt enforcement of the States llquui as a ballirf In the 1'nltetl States Court.
Jaw. lint they have stood b (he Pio mul was depvit under mnn of Port
tiltiltfonlst sheriff as mantull.v and land's c lt maishals.
Soradit as hard to help him drive the i When Sheriff Pearson took the oath
XiMr tratllc to the wall, as the could of olllce he gaxe Deputy Sterling a
jwslldv hae clone wete the the spe 'place as oeiseer of the Jail workshop
rial counsel of the paity which plaied hut In April transferred him to tho
the sheriff in nomination 'Honor selling fence It Isn t neces-
As to the elllelene of tile IHe men saiy to caution nil) ill dlsposetl mem-!
ulio comprise the force of special her of the law violating ftatetulty to
3quor deputies, theli recoitl speaks gt. "Uncle Joe" Sterling a wide
Jor Itself The sheilff keeps In touch .berth The) nil know him.
ltlt them eory hour ol the day,
vos them orders anil Inlormatlon re Deputy Arthur It I.ench has Just
Siting to complaints, and makes fre had his llrst ) ear's experience us ii
uent drives, with his st)llsh turnout, cilmlnnl olllcer. He Is the scholar ot
liirough the sections of the city where) the Honor force, and likewise tin
tho saloonlsts and pocket peddlers are clerical olllcer. He has taught school,
lout to hold Bwn). but It Is seldom ami shortly before coming to Portland
lliat he takes a ph)slcal part In n.wns Instructor in manual training In
iclzure. the Saco schools. 1'ioin thole o he has
It Isn't necessary that he should participated In a majority of the selz
utile high fences, crawl through ding) mes made In tin' last )c.tt. though his
tcllarx. climb Into back windows, laid duties at the desk oicup) u great dial
lftchen Imnooms or stand gun id at of time
luloou doors. The count) pays the) J The tilth member of the squad Is the
salaries of fle men who are lilted to "pin sun deputy," the Hev. Henry T.
rfii just that Kind of work, ami hli Skilllngs. He came dlrectl) from tho
dut) is to see to It that the) earn their pulpit to the nun loom, and with tho
salaries. zeal ol an nident Piohlbltlonlst has
Kelng himself a tireless worker, the. learned his lesson In the enforcement
Pug Kacna, Lane, fiom Pearl Hnr
bor. Ilrokc down and towed In by
Wedtiesdii), Teh 12.
OSS Sonoma, Van Orterndorp,
from the Colonies.
Str. .1. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Schr. Mol Wnhlnc, from Hamakua
Sti Mlkahala, (Ircgory, from Knuat
Tuesday, 1'eb 11.
Str. Keatihou, Mother, for Hunn
maulu. Str. I.ehtia, Xapala. for Molokal
Str. Walalcalc, Plltz, for Koloa, Elee
1c and Hanapcpc.
Str, Nocau, Pcderson, for Lahnlnn
Knanap.ill, Honokna nnd Kukulhaclc.
Str. Muni, 1'. Dennett, for Mnnl
Str. W. O Hall. S. Thompson, for
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Duford, for
Guam nnd Manila.
Schr. Kuw-allunl. for Koolau pints.
Wednesday. lVb. 12.
OSS Sonomn. Van Orterndorp, fot
Schr. Inta, Itasmussen, for the
St hr. The llrothers, Young, for Mifil
Prom the Colonics, per O. S. S. Sono
ma, en route for Snn I'rnnclsco, Keb.
12 T. II ilenton. Mr. Dennett, Miss E.
Chn.mberlln. Mr. dc Coulon, Oeorgo
Denn nnd wife, Miss Klshburn, T. E. P.
Gardener, Mis I. Kennedy.Arthur Kid
man, Dr C. V. l.n cr, Dr. T. Hopo
Lewis and wife, Miss Lewis. T. S. Dow
ry. Miss McKell. A. J McDonald, CIco.
Newman. Capt E. II Patterson, .Mrs
W. C. Peacock, Miss D. Peacock, Miss
A W Schnack. D. J Stout. O. II. Val
P). Mrs Walker. Mis. Maggie Winter
nnd child. Mr. Wcuhbln, Miss Drill. .1
Bustard, Mrs Heverldgc, Mrs Dtrclmll,
It. Dradley, It. D. Clatk and wife, O. W
Dunbar. A Dunbar, G. Dunbar. Wil
liam Ilcnrv and wife, Mr. Harrison,
ltcv S, Hart, It D Kldd. E It. Lane,
Mr. Mulvllle, It. J Mnchen. J. L. Me
llnlii. Mr McKlnley. Mr. McLean. J.
Rutland and wife. Mr. Ilohlni, A. O.
Hay. I. Sharratt, Miss Stolzenbach,
Miss Dildgct Shanahan, J. Sblllington,
J. T. Sblllington. Mis. Tomley. Dr.
Whltly. Ii J. Wndc. Tor Honolulu
Mrs. W. C. Peacock and daughter, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Gielg and child. Mrs. Maggie
Winter nnd child, A. 0. Ray. M. H.
Prom Knual. per str. Mlkahala. Feb
12 Thco Ilauman. M flrasch, O Om
stead, I. Xukapanhii, Mrs Kukalslal.
and 28 deck.
I'ltim Kllauea iorts, per str. Iv-ail-hou
Pel) 11 J. P Slha and Miss Lily
Dor Kauai ports, per str. W. G. Hall
FOUND Insurance ngalnst tho brenk
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co 2051 tf
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below havo been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
Mnklkl, Konn, Island of Onhu, and
unless tho pound fees and damages
aro sooner satisfied will be sold ul
tho dato hereafter named according to
Peb. 10, 19021 Hay Horse, branded
similar to U on the right hind leg,
whlto stroke on forehead, also on
the back, tight hind leg white, others
The above strnyed animals will be
sold on Saturday Mar 1, 1902, 12 noon,
If not called for beforo the dato men
tioned. K. KEKEUNB.
200-3t round Master.
T IN in
Ah Pul. one of the Chinese employes i
of the Tramways Co., was arrested
this foienoon by one of the men of the
Public Works Department on the
charge of larcen) In the second degree
The olllcer found the Chinaman and
tils dump cart at the government sand
quarry on Keenumokii street. The dri
ver himself Is alleged to have been tak
ing sand from the quarry and this was
the cause of the arrest.
The stealing of sand from the quar
ries Is no new thing. The Japanese
had a monopoly on this pntll n short
time ago. They were In the bnblt of
going to the qunrrry during the houii
of darkness nnd working all night.
The sand was tnken to different placet
and stored until orders should come In.
The poundmnster who lives In the vl
Unity of the quart y reported the mat
ter and slnco then, the Japanese hao
not been near the place.
It was n m)stery nt the time how tho
thieves got Into the place as the gate
near l.unalilo Home was always lock
ed. It was llnnlly learned that there
was an entrance on the upper side that
was not thought of by nnjone but tho
faculty of keeping his subordinates of the law. llu. Is the most radii tl j,, n jrg vierrn Dr K Aeidam
busy comes natiual to him. The te kind of a teetotaller, hates whiskey ns
lort submitted to him by the clerical he does poison, nnd doosnt eounte
member of his seizing ftuce btntes nance drinking the softest kind or beer
Hint the deputies hao all averaged 'or een bottled soda,
fifteen hours' work a da), and tin At the beginning of his career as
iome tlatf have denoted eighteen or n eleput) sheriff he made Irequint at
lueuty hours to hunting rumsellers. tempts to couple moral nnd lellglous
I suasion with Ills olllclal duties but
The rum wagon of the deputies Is finding Hint ninth of IiIh cmloavoi In
now-one of the most familiar vehicle that line was fiultli'ss he now scemi
in Portland The sheiiff's oft repeat quite content to bring to punishment
ed statement that "the Almight) must those who defy the law.
hue created 'Old Tom' for this spe Deputy Skilllngs piefers to play
clal purpose." shows the high regard 'alone the part of a sleuth, but thei
lileh he nnd his nssoclates hae for j sheilff has tiequently cniitlomd him
the faithful horse attached to that rum against it. foi fear somo harm might
ngon. tome to him One night recently Dep
On numerous occasions when the uty Skilllngs. while slowly making his
deputies have been making a sentch way up Cener street, with a beer
for "hides," leaving tho horse and
"rugon unguarded In the street, nils
ehlevoiH bo)s or men have unhitched
the: traces and tried to start "Old
Tom" off Into a run, but he has ln
sprinkler In each hand and kicking
ahead of him a keg of nle he had
seized, was struck In the back with a
The total quantity of Illinois seized
variably refused to stir trom his .by the live deputies In the )enr waB
aajilii. Like the horses that lun wltb,;33 gallons, of which 31)87 were hard
the fire cnglnee, ho In ever ready, day liquors nnd the remalndei beer and
or night, to start out on the deputies'
missions. He has learned to tnke naps
standing, and has no dllllculty In 'get
ting his requisite portion of sleep. ie
gurdless of the Irregularity of his
trips about the city.
Deputy Sheriff Chniles A. Pliiminer
tho dean of the liquor seizing lorce
Sid his llrst experience under Sheilff
Cram, who steadfastly enloicetl the
liquor law two years, near!) a decade
ago. Deputy Pliiminer knows nl tho
ins and out of the work, can scent tho
cs up tho
Tbls tonic L
as a strengthen
Drain and body a.
xnd strengthened and
effects of this cllmnto a.
Vim, Vigor nnd Vltnllt.
the wako of "ROYAL M -X-
TRACT", that peerless tonic.
De sure and get the genulno; don't
m8te time or money on worthless Imitations.
25c per bottle
$2.50 per dozen
Hflbron Drug Go.,
liver since Shell.. Pearson's last
Sunday evening Illustrated address, on
"Piohlbltlon in Portland.' the plat
form of his (limped Mission Hall has
been littered with bottles Jugs, kegs,
bprlnklers and law evading devices
captuicd by his deputies Hundreds
ol persons have called at the mission
nnd nskcel the pi Iv liege of a close In
spectlou ol the exhibit.
The visitors have been especially
Interested In thev hollow cane which
was nearly full of whiskey when dis
carded by n street peddler to whom
tho deputies gave chaBU last Saturday
night. The cane occupies a conspic
uous place In the foreground of til"
I Mission Hall exhibit, its tip having
been Inserted in the nose of n whis
key Jug to enablo the cane to stand
alone. The head of this catio Is n
stopper The tube In the body ot i.ie
stick holds 10 drinks.
Two "body cans" ato also much
discussed by vlsltois. These cans, of
crescent shape, were made to lit the
body of their carriers, so as not to
show beneath nn overcoat Each can
tins a string uttached, which Is sup
posed to be wom over the neck.
Copper tanks which the sheriff's
deputies have dug from the solid walls
nl l.iillillna.u nwi nluf. lnflmli.it In tlin
Ulllated I nvi.ii,! ,,,,, II ln,l t,lt,u i.nnnnr'lnil
ating them with si e ret faucets Ono
these, tuken tiom a Centei stteet ten
lement over a saloon. Is said to hnvo
cost $300 to eonstiuct nnd secrete.
A cluster of nickel faucets cut from
the quartered oak bar of n Koro stteet
barroom, the best equipped Baloon In
the city now closed Is among tho
relics The sheriff takes delight In
showing this exhibit and pointing out
tho see let spring underneath, by
means of which the central faucet used
to b made to run small bear, stock
ale or straight whiskey at tho will of
the opeiator Tho whKkey and boor
tanks that supplied this faucet were
located In the third story of nn ad
joining building, wIiobo double walls
wcro tunnelled for the purpose. That
"hide" and the paraphernalia which
1'. S Prescott and wife. Mr. Tnlor, J,
C Wood, N Audleman. Geo. Kellett
i: P. Hatfield. Mr. Thoinhlll and
friend. J. W .MeCandlcHS, Mr Peel, P
Por Snn Finni-huo pel O. S S. So
noma. Peb 12 J II Ta)lor and wife
C W Held (J C Spadebuiy. Mis. A
A Hxbee. I' lllackster. Mrs Naptha
lie, William 1' OiniBb), Mi. and Mrs.
W. C Stears. Miss (liihble. A Ingeisoll
A Giindnid. C It. Cooley. Miss Mc
Donald, S Shurlck, W W. Drewcr and
wife, S. J Dendy and wife. Mis. An
drew. G. D. Dow. L. L. Pockwltz, W.
T. Rawlins. S Gollnsky. John C.
Cracknel), A. D. Engler. J. Michaels,
wlfo and child, Mrs. M. S. Scudder. C
F. Mc)er. W. II Daker and wife. Mrs,
J. Seelcy nnd child, P. S. Prescott and
wife. W. M. Temploton. G. W. Stark,
K. S. Holt. Mr. Ilourne, George It. Car
ter, George Kluegel, F. Carly. J. Coer
pcr. L. Mulligan. I.. T. Ware, P. F.
Porter, Mrs J. Grlbble. II. A. Peterson.
J. P Thompson, J. R Warren. E. G.
Coltlcway. It N Spotswood, C.
HOOKED TO DEPART.
For Snn Funic Isco, per P. M. S,
Peru I'eb !." Marston Campbell,
W Keen, Walter Gale and wife.
Stevenson and wlfo.
Por the Orient, per P SI S. S China,
Peb 14 B SI Grllllth. A. T. Paul, Sir.
nml .Mis J. ltedinuii and two children,
Por Pngo Pago and Colonies, per O.
S S. Slcnn. Feb 12 A. and C. H Ilius,
W. A. Scrlpps and wife.
Editor Evening llulletln I nppte
date heartily the space you gave mo
on Slondny In the matter of the Adver
tiser Permit me one word more, nnd
I dismiss tho paper as Its "roasts"
amuse me. They do not even annoy
At one time I was surprised nt the
paper, but that was before I had taken
the measure of the mornl nnd Intellec
tual size of Its editor. Take Its car
toon this morning, for example, as u
specimen of Its habitual but natiual
dlsiegard for facts when It attacks an
I am lcprescuted as 11 suppliant to
Tammany for office. The fact Is my
only contact with Tammany was to
send it n letter In connection with Its
Fourth of July celebration and to op
pose It. when I supported Seth Low for
SInyor four years ago. In that cam
paign I spoke from the same platform
with Seth Low', Just us In the SIcKlnle)
campaign I spoke from the same plat
form with President Roosevelt. How
could I ever have been a suppliant to
Tammany for olllce, when I opposed It
tooth and nail In local affairs.
Dut what else can one expect from au
editor, who was Indicted for perjury,
and who escaped only by sneaking out
of a trial afraid to meet his fellow men.
T SICANTS STEWART.
Peb 12, 1902.
RllllMln. 7R. nf-r reonth.
went with It represented an outlay of
J25U0 for the saloon keeper.
In the backgiound of the sheriff's
display nie the bed and cradle which
have seived as hiding places for many
n bottle of liquor The bed was taken
from a boarding house nnd tho cradle
from a tenement over a saloon. A
faro la) out, around which a number of
men weie playing one Sunday after
noon when the deputies raided u
gambling house. Is also Included In tho
collection of relics.
This evening the .Mission Hall plat
form was restoied to Its usual oidoi.
of I In piepnrntlon for tomoi row's services
and concert Sheriff Penrson has
piomlbcd to deliver an address at a
banquet of anti saloonlsts In Chicago
next month, and he says he will take
alone with him homo of these exhibits
I tf. nrnl'n Ilia ulnlnnlf.nl .Vint It Isn't nil
easy thing to buy a drink In Portland.
The electric cunent, according to tho
Electrical Rovlcw, has recently been
put to a novel use that of warming
beds The apparatus for this purpose
consists of a coll of wire covered with
asbestos The electric current passes
through this wire and heats up the as
bestos. This method of heating would
seem to be a great advance over that
of using hot water bottles.
STOPPED II HHUWiY
George Rlchaidson. the officer who
had the heat at the corner of Dere
tauln and Niiuanu streets, stopped a
luunwn) this forenoon, the hotse be
lunging to a Japanese. The two men
In the wagon were thrown out Just as
the animal dashed past tho olllcer.
Ono of the fellows was quite badly In
jured about tho knee but the other ono
escaped with only a few Blight bruises.
As the wagon turned tho corner and
threw the men out, It tipped over and
the body became tangled with the
wheels, the speed or the horse was
checked It was at this time that tho
utile er made n running Jump and
caught the animal. As soon as all the
excitement was over, the two Japanese
set to work mending the wagon and
latet ill in 0 off as If nothing had happened.
CRUr-ADE AGAINST SALOONS.
The Anti-Saloon League Is having
in lilted 1000 copies of the llquoi laws
In foico now. compiled by Andiews,
Peters & Andindc The spcechs which
weie made at the business men'B meet
ing of the temperance confeience
which took place 11 few weeks ago, have
been translated Into Hawaiian and will
after having appeared In the native pa
pers, he distributed In pamphlet form
among tho IlnwallaiiB. Theso speeches
aro W. A. Uowen's on "Our Liquor
Problem from a DubIiicss Standpoint.'
E, W. Campbell's on "Heredity ns Re
lating to the Liquor Habit," and War
den William Henry's on ''The Relation
of Liquor to Crime."
A GREAT SALE OF
! ORIENTAL RUGS
A large Importer has consigned to
us a quantity ot rich Oriental Rugs,
with Instructions to sell them at
In compliance, wo shall on Monday,
February 10th, nnd during the weok
following, offer tho people of Hono
lulu an opportunity to purchase raro
and beautiful rugs at prices as low as
could be secured by going to Now
Those familiar with fine rugs will
recognize the India, Cashmere, Fer
eghan, Kerman, QuendJIs, Kara
bagh, Daghestan, Kheva and Bokhara
ns high class goods.
Tho slzea arc: 15x10, 12x9, 12x8, llx
8, 10x7, 105. 9x6, 8x5, 7x4, 0x3, 5x4,
There are also about 50 samples ot
2Gx63-lnch American made Smyrna
and Moquette Rugs, which will bo
Included la the sale at very low prices.
INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED
65 Queen St.
S WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Auction Sale -
flarzer Sauerbrunnen 1
On Thursday, February 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, .,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction for account
of whom it may concern
300 Cases, mora or less, of Harzcr
Saueibrunncn, damaged on voyago of
Importation from Uremen.
Jas. P. Morgan,
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sent on selection to thoie know
ing tho Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references la
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market tf Post St., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo hnvo the largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Sllverwnre west of New Vorlt City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
that turns the wheels of many busi
ness enterprises of this city tho me
chnnlcal power Is from our dynamos.
Have you noticed heavy pieces of
masonry being hoisted on tho Young
building' We supply tho power that
does the work. " " " " " " "
If you want electric power for nny
Iclnd of macnlnery, by consulting us
wo will be pleased to give you any
Information. ' " " "
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Mil,
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
Choice Ferns and)
On Friday, February 14th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesrooms, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a few cholco
Kerns, l'alms nnd I'lnnts of many va
rieties. JAS. F. MORGAN. -
EMIL T. DREIER
CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING
CALL ON ME FOR ESTI1ATES
Large Stock ot Electrical Goods on hand
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TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Qulnlno Tablets
All druggists refund the money if It
falls to cure. f. W. Grove's signature
, Is on each box. 25 cents.
I'll st iiuaitcr of the moon on th
15th at 4.27 a. m.
Tides trom the United States Coast
nnd Geodetic: Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kaliului nnd lillo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Stnndard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wcih time, being
mat of tho meridian of 157.30. Toe
tlmo whlstlo ows nt 1 M p. m which
Is the same as Greenwich, uu 0m,
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for Snn Francisco Will And thcru
a. bunch of the U. S. Ilydrographlc
Olllco located In tho Merchants' Ix
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, comnleto sets
of chatts nnd directions ot the world
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Wateh Case
co., ' irAwisHi-n i"jj
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
I'or Htilu lyy
The Principal watch
Dealers In Hawaii
Driving Horse and
On Saturday, February 15th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at I'ubllc Auction a very su
perior Horse, Phaeton and Harness, complete.
I'haeton Is rubbcr-tlred and nearly
Horse Is sound, gentle and welt brok
Mtogethcr, the outfit Is a handsome
Jas. F. Morgan,
LEASE OF LAND
Lease ofjaro Land
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my snlesroom, 05 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at I'ubllc Auction,
by order of the Trustees under tho
will of Bernlce 1. IlUhop, tho lease
of that valuable taro land sltuato at
Kanl.nukul.nl, I'auon Valley, and Mm
tnlnlng an area ot 8 35-100 cres.
Term of lease, 15 years from April
Upset net annual rental, $600, pay
able quarterly In advance.
Tor full particulars apply at tho of
flce of the Hlshop Ustate, 77 Merchant
street, Honolulu. i
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
Nodd My wlfo nnd I have agiccl
not to give oath other any Christmas
picscnts this year.
Todd Are jou really going to
stick to it?
Nodd Sho Is, but I wouldn't dare
The Waikiki Inn
BIG DINNER TO-DAY
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Bnlcstoom, 65 Queen street. Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under tho
will of Rernlco p. Hlshop, tho lease of
that valuable1 land known as Puaa 1st,
sltuato nt North Konn, Hawaii, and
containing an area of 859 acres.
Term of lease, 21 years from May
Upset net annual tental, f50o, pay
able quarterly In advance. ,
For full particulars apply at tho of
fice of tho Hlshop Instate, 77 Merchant
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen Sjt