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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T MONDAY, FED. 17, 1902,
TH CLEVELAND BICYCLE represents nil a good Mcyclo should.
Ky runnlnir. 'trong, durnble and beautifully flnlsbcd. At our price
Tin H m no other wheel In competition.
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and the Vnlted States constitution re
spected. The Government was send
ing deputations to Washington by
steamboat and palace car to support
Anlonc Perry. There was no (ear that
the prisoner would escape, ns sny ef
forts he might make In that regard
would be rendered futile by spying and
Any man desirous of Justice being
done would be glad to come Into court
and consent to ball. Kor a time even
the prisoner's counsel was Ignored,
but Mr. Davis had succeeded perhaps
with some Ingenuity In getting before
the. Supreme Court of the United
The speaker reminded tho court
that the crime for which the prisoner
was held was manslaughter. All the
trouble about the cases to which his
belonged had been caused by the binn
ed rs of the Attorney General. If the
nilvleo of High Sheriff Drown, an nble
and faithful officer, had'been taken
this transition period ghost would nev
ir have stalked through the land. The
Territorial authorities wanted to hold
on to one man power In framing In
dictments nnd got themselves tangled
up In constitutional questions.
Concluding, Mr. Davis said on .1
second Indictment the prisoner Im4
been declared not guilty nnd he
thought ho ought to be discharged, He
never heard of a prisoner being hel.
under two different processes. The
time for trifling had gone by. Tho
nlarm was falso nnd raised only to
protect the responsible head of the de
partment of Justice of this Territory.
.His acts had constituted a practical
suspension of tbo writ of habeas cor
pus. Who ever heard of "protests" to
the writ of habeas corpus, nnd "my
onicers ordered" to do this or that?
Mr. Cathcart started to reply, when
the court asked If ho opposed the mo
tion for ball. He said he did and went
on to say he was at a loss to know
whether the remarks of Mr. Davis were
Intended as an attack on the Supreme
Court and .the Attorney General of
Hawaii or a eulogy upon this court.
Tho papers had been served on Mr.
Drooks, who was attorney of record
for the defendant. It wns hard to re
ply to counsel, who had gone over tho
wholo history of the case, even back
to the Inception of tho United States
constitution. Ho quoted the Federal
and Territorial law on ball nnd said
this court refused tho prisoner ball on
appeal, It was a case of great gravity,
the defendant having been tried for
murder nnd convicted of manslaugh
ter and sentenced to twenty years' Im
prisonment. Mr. Drooks Interjected the Informa
tion that ball was refused because an
Indictment was pending against the
prisoner In the Territorial courts.
Judge Estee confirmed this state
ment from his recollection.
Mr. Cathcart did not deny the accu
racy of the statement. In conclusion he
neiu mat mo case nad passed out of. zeal may have arrested l.ehunul wlth
the Jurisdiction of this court. out very much reason.
Judge Estee wanted to know If any .
witnesses were called when the Terri
torial grand Jury Indicted the prison
er. "Sure," answered Mr. Davis, being
corroborated by Mr. Drooks. I
Judge Estee further ascertained that ti.o .inrm. mn.. , ..
the defendant was kept In prison nnderldJc,urihih i 5.1!' ! ?TV
his own order, in part at least. He L 'as. onln ,U dnot" malerlaT
J.hnn Bfl!',nhe ou,(1 aJmlt Mttnklch' t, "e although a "number St Semoors
ban and Dx tho amount ot the bond at .were present and ready for the nght
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It Is what everybody needs who Is
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It stimulates brain and body.
Order It at once; that tired feeling
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ron Drug Go.,
Mr. Davis turning to Mr. Drooks said
In an undertone, "There's nothing
more to be done here." Then, picking
up his lint, he started to go saying to
his associate: "The right of ball Is es
tablished. That Is nil we wanted."
Finally Mr. Davis walked out, as he
left his seat throwing h parting salute
to the court, "Good morning, your
The amount of ball evidently stag
gered defendant's counsel.
Jacob K. Grossman nnd Mosc K.
Grossman, through their attorney,
George A. Davis, have Died suit for
specific performance of contract
against II. Hackfcld & Co.. Ltd.. a
Hnwallau corporation, I'aul Isenberg
and J. F. Hnckfcid.
This suit arises out of the alleged
refusal on the part of the defendants to
supply certain sums of money to the
plaintiffs wbicli the latter allege hnvl
been contracted for. It Is stated In
the paper filed that lots 139, 103, 101
and 1C5 In Olaa, comprising 200 acres,
were consigned to the defendants for
the loan of $30,150 on regular payments
and further that for this loan, tho de
fendants were to receive 3',4 per cent
of the gross proceeds of all produce.
sold miring ten years.
It Is further claimed that on the first
nay or .unrcn, payments or J300 a
month, ns agreed upon, were stopped
and that to the first or February, there
Is due $3000. The plaintiffs wnnt this
sum with Interest and they further
desire that the defendants enter Into
security to loan nnd advance the linl
anco of $12,455.22 on regular monthly
instalments as agents.
l.ehunul, tho native who was caught
by Georgo Lucas and others on N1111-
anu street the other night nnd who.Mr
Lucas claims, looked In nt him whllo
he was dressing In one of the room
of Archie Itoblnson's houso on Vine
yard street, appeared In the I'ollce
Court this forenoon after a week's In'
carccratlon during which time the no.
life have been engaged In the Investi
gation of his case,
l.ehunul was charged with vagrancy
ami nc pleaded not guilty, saying that
he was employed by the road depart
ment up to tho tlmo of his arrest. Ho
asked that Charles Dwlght do called
as a witness In his case. He further
etntcd that he had a room near the
place where ho was .caught and asked
that the half Chinese who kept tho
houso bo called as another witness.
in order that this might ;be done, the
case was continued until tomorrow. It
IS possible that the vminir mm In idolr
of tho Concordia Club, who had sent
out tho call for tho meeting, presided,
and explained that. Inasmuch as only
n row members were present, the
meeting ;yotild bo postponed to soma
J. Joso, of tho Youths' Dramatic
Club, which Is a branch ot tho Con
cordia, protested against tho postpone
ment, remarking that fewer mombern
woro present when Nunes was elected
READING MATTER WANTED.
The call for magazines, papers and
other reading matter which was made
by tho Y. W. C. A. and tho Y. M. C. ,
has been well responded to by a
number of people nnd tho associations
now Imvo 1ulte n liunch on hand.
11 m iiiu imumiun 10 fiisinuuto tnis
among tho soldiers of tho transports
which will call nt this port In tho near
future. As It Is expected that the
I Grant, which Is duo to nrrlvo here
very soon, will have about 1500 sr.l
lllers on uoi"''1 Broat quantity is
neeileil. Tim onnrnlni-l..., f l,,l,
clntlons urgo evoryono who may hap
pen to have any spare reading matter
on hand, to deposit it with them as
thoy will attend to that It reaches tho
"O! hear that Denny was blown up
and killed by the blast yesterday."
"Killed? Then It wor circumstantial
evidence they haven't found him ylt."
a. m. p. m
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14 9 1.
6 ft st
to J6 4 it
it 4. m.
U II I Jo
First quarter of tho moon on tho
15th nt 4:27 a. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knhulul nnd Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh tlmo, being
tnut or the meridian of 157.30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo ..0W8 at 1:30 p. m., which
is tno snmo as arecnwicn, on om.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch ot tho U. S. Hydrographlc
umco located 10 tho Merchants Ex
change, whero Is maintained for tholr
benefit free of charge, complete sots
of charts and directions of tbo world.
Latest information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Dureau. Puliation, February
17. Temperature Morning minimum,
GO: Mlddny maximum, 74.
Darometcr at 9 n. m. 30.01. Falling.
Dew Point C0F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
ruary 17. Weather hazy; wind light
Saturday, Feb. 15.
Str. J. A. Cummins, Scarles, from
Sundny, Feb. 10.
Str. KInau, Freeman, from Hllo nnd
Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
S. S. Sierra, Houdlctte, from San
S. S. Moana, Carey, from Vancouver.
Str. Wnlalcalc, Plltz, from Koloa.
Str. lwalanl, Green, from Hnnamnu
lu. Str. Nocait, Wyman, from Lahalnn.
Tug Leslie Ilaldwln, Selke, from Kn
hulul. Monday. February 17.
II. II. M. cruiser Phaeton, Fleet, 21
days, from San Francisco.
Saturday. Feb. 15.
S. S. Peru, Plllsbury, for San Fran
cisco. Sunduy, Feb. 10.
S. S. China. Frlclc, for the Orient.
S. S. Sierra, Houdlctte. for Pago Pa
go and tho Colonies.
.Monday, February 17.
U. S. N. T. Solace. Wlnslow, for
C. & A. S. S. Moann. Carey, for tho
For Pago Pago and tho Colonics,
per O. S. S. Slcrrn, February lfi. A.
and C. II. Iluss. W. A. Scrlpps and
From Hllo nnd wny ports, per stnir.
KInau, February 10. Col. G. W. Mac
farlane, P. N. Llllcnthal. Miss M. S.
Lillenthal. Miss II. Gcrsttc, Mrs, II.
Llllcnthal, A. L. Longcrninn, Mrs. M.
II. Weed, Miss M. Kauffmnn. Fred.
Angus, J. M. Weed, 11. T. Cook. C.
E. Espey, ,1. M. Coulson, C. P. Den
ton. Miss A. Forbes, E. J. Walker.
J. E. Grossman. E. A. J. Miller. T. C
Howell. Jnmcs II. Pedgrlft, Miss E.
Perry. W. Dooth. It. Hind, Henry Cox,
Mrs, A. Robertson. . I. Denolp, Mrs
J. I. Denolp. Miss Denolp. Col. W. II
Cornwell, Noah Alull, W. 8tarbuck.
Mrs, A. C. GlUIIand, Miss It. GII1I
land. Wong Kung. J. T. Crawley, W.
Ahyam, W. Nott, W. Pfotcnhaucr. D.
Yokalmra, K. Onakaml, Mrs. T. Iko
and 119 deck passengers.
From Kauai ports, per Btmr. W. G.
Hall. February 16. A. Peel. J. 8. Mc-
Candless. T .11. C. Thornhlll. II. It.
Wood, Mrs. Murnoka, F. E. Richard
son, Dr. W. Avcrdam, Mrs. A. C.
Warner, Mrs. Chow Ycun nnd 50 deck.
From Lnhalna, per stmr. Nocau,
February 1C O. Wilson. Mr. Wnld
ron. O. Wall, G. Hons. L. K. Pear
son, J. K. Williams and 4 deck,
From Vancouver, por R. M. S. S.
Moana, February 10. For Honolulu
Captain Walker, Mrs. A. G. Hitch
cock, Mrs. N. Decker, Mrs. A. M. 15.
Whitehead and son, B. J. R. Roaf.
John Daker, -Ioward Mncfarlane, K.
W. Seymour. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H.
Elckler, T. I.. David, S. Halvorsen.
Mr. Lo Mcr.
From San FrnnclBco. per O. 8. S.
Sierra, February 15. For Honolulu
II . M. Alexander, Mrs. M. C. Allen,
Madamo Genevra Johnstone Ulshop,
MIbb Loulso Draden, Mrs. Cannel, Miss
Georgia Conlen. K. Clendcnlng. Mrs.
ClendonlngJTMrs-. T. Cole. Miss M.
Coombs, E. J. Cotton. Dr. J. St. Crl-
ley, Miss A, M. Doffman, Thomas
Dunn, C. W. Earle, J. J. Fecklur. O.
O. Gago. P. H. Gallen. J. V. Geary,
F. A. Greenwood. Miss N. P 1Tnwl,.v
I Ufa M Tl tln-nltlnn nn.t 1.ll.l If,....
...au. .... .,, .ul.ttt(.U U.IU 11IHII, .tuna
Mao Landegon, Mrs. A. O. Lewis, W
P. Lord, Mrs. Lufkln, Miss C. O. Luf
kin, J. D. McGann, J. E. Miller. C.
Wesley Mowry, C. H. Myers, J. 8.
Nowman, Father O'Nell, F. J. Owens,
Miss K .Paul, Miss F. J. Pratt, J. a.
Rapp, H . L. Ross, A. G. Schmidt,
G. Scsslnghaus. M. P. Shepherd. H.
II. Shureldt. Mrs. Shufcldt, J. Sims,
Mrs. 81ms, Miss N. L. Slayton, Miss
M. Smith, Arthur W. Spear. Mrs.
Spear, 8. Sweltzer, Charles E. Thom
son, Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. W. O. Walk
er, A. II. Wood.
MRS. DVKn TO LliCTULH.
Mrs. Dyku of the Kamchameha
Schools will lecturo In tho Y. W. C. A.
this coming Thursday afternoon at 5
o'clock. Her subject Is: "Somo Ro
mances of Gold Mining." Her talk
will last about twetny minutes. Mrs,
Dyko has enjoyed exceptional oppor
tunities ln the way of pbservlng the
strange features of tho llfo of tho gold
minor In tho West as she has visited
many out-of-the-way places, where she
hns gathered much interesting mate
rial for her lecture.
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
For Wnnt Column htc I'nfce six
YELLOW ennary bird, In vicinity of
Emma Square. Heward at Dultctln
LOST 1'iire while bulldog. Sultnblo
reward by returning snmo to Toma
Abey at police station. 2073-lt
Yesterday afternoon between 3 nnd 4
o'clock. Deputy Sheriff Chllltngworth
lecclved' a message at tho police sta
tion to th effect that n Japanese wo
man ln Pnwan had In somo unac
countable manner, had the whole top
of her head shot off. He and n num
ber of officers, hurried out in a hack,
tho patrol wagon having been sent on
When tho onicers arrived nt the
place, they found the woman concerned
seated In tho pntrol wagon with her
head safe on her shoulders. An exami
nation was made and It was found that
there was a mere scratch on the back
of tho woman's head.
Tho story Is this. The Japanese was
out In the yard doing some chores
when she felt a stinging pain In tho
back 'of her head. She promptly fell
down and cried out that she had been
killed. Neighbors gathered around
and seeing blood, some hysterical per
son telephoned that the woman's head
had been shot off.
There is no doubt whatever that the
flight wound was caused by n stray .22
calibre rifle ball fired by some boys out
for n day's sporL Up to the,prcsent
tlmo, the police have been unablo to
locnte the person who did the shoot
ing. HAWAIIAN HOTEL BLAZE.
There was n small blazo at the Ha
wallan Hotel this morning at about
1 o'clock, but very little dnmago re
sulted. Tho flro originated In a loungo
which stood on tho lanal adjoining
room 21 on tho second story of the
hotel. Somo ono had evidently been
smoking on the loungo and by care
lessly dropping a match or cigar butt,
lighted tho excelsior stoning of tl
lounge. Tho night clerk got rnil'cl
and "turned In tho alarm, but when the
Ore department arrived on tho scenn
the flro had already been put out by n
few buckets of water.
PIR8T RENDITION OF
under tho nusplccs 9f
THE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY
Mme, Genevra Johnstone Bishop
Chorus of 75 Voices, Orchestra and
At 8 o'clock-.
Tickets $1, at Wall. Nichols Co., and
Trumbull & Beetle's
Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Awarded Gold and Silver Medals Paris
Denutlfully Illustrated catalogue
mailed rrcu on application.
TRUMBULL & BEEBE
SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN
419421 Sansome St.
San Francisco, California.
GRAND EXCURSION and PICNIC
TO KALIHI PARK PAVILION
TIclictH $1, admission to grounds
8P0RT8 DANCING -PRIZES
TninHportatlon Ilotli Ways
TUESDAY, February lath.
The Hawaiian Dramatic Society
" THE ROMANCE OF ELISE."
Tickets, $1.00, 7Sc. and BOc.
Rax Plan Wall, Nichols.
Doors, 7.30 1 Introduction, 8.15.
Ucrctanla and Miller Streets
TICKET8 $1.00. LADIES FREE.
Tickets on 8ale at
HAFFNER'S JEWELRY STORE,
Masonic Temple, and
THE HAW'N HOTEL BARBER 8HOP
ME8SR3. WHITNEY & MAR8H
nnnounco tho third annual opening
of Spring Shirtwaists for Monday,
February Seventeenth, tho exhibition
to continue throughout tho week.
This offering, for vnrloty ot
style, clcganco nnd originality of
design, and perfection of workmanship
far surpasses anything heretofore
undertaken. Tho materials cover a
wldo rango of fabrics, from rich
ombroldorcd Swisses and Habutl.i
flllks to tasteful Lawns, tho
trimmings ntwnys in perfect harmony,
whllo tho W. & M. populnr prices
Orders aro welcome, but you
are Just as welcome to merely look.
1045 FORT ST.
A large Amorlcnn manufa
one In Honolulu who Is in po
Watch, Clock and Jowolry
stdered except thnt of somo
representing American manul
given to any ono who Is cnga
cnrrylng. stock, etc. Tho bust
a lino of samples, from whlcu
ped direct from tho factory.
less accompanied by full ex
plicant's business, and full an
Address : MANUFACTURER, this office.
IS Did OF WPOK!
lloston, Feb. S. A scnsntlon wns
caused tonight by the announcement
or the Hoard of Health that Dr. Im
mnnuel Pfelffcr, who voluntarily ex
posed himself to smallpox at tho hos
pital at Oalloupes Island nbout two
weeks 'ago. Is 111 with tho disease In
Its worst form nnd probably cannot
live. Dr. Pfelffer Is ono of tho Htrong
est opponents of vaccination in the
State, and recently appeared before
tho legislative commltteo to urgo the
repeal of the compulsory vncclnntlon
law. Having tho courago of his con
viction, he went to Galloupes 'Island
and completely exposed himself to
smallpox. Dr. 1'felffer gained notorie
ty somo time ago by fasting for a
New York, Feb, 7. A special to the
World from Washington Bays: W. II.
Tnft, Civil Oovernor of tho Philip
pines, has suffereil a recurrence ot his
old trouble and will bo compelled to
havo surgical treatment again. Taft
Intends, as soon as he completes his
statement before tho Sonate commit
tee, to have another operation per
formed, Tho original operation, per
formed In tho Philippines, has not
proved a success. Last Sunday Tau
had a consultation with two eminent
surgeons, and It was found another op
eration would be necessary.
FrlcrulB of Oovernor Taft do not be
lieve ho will over return to tho Phu
Ipplnea. It Is stated that It Is his In
tention, to resign when ho completes'
his work before tho Senate commit
tee. It Is said by his friends that ho
would have resigned whllo in Manila
on account of 111 health but for the
opposition of the military to tho Com
GOOD SWIMMING RACB.
Chicago, Feb. 7. Tho aquatic events
at tho Coliseum this afternoon began
with tho 100-yard swimming raco ba-
tween Howard F. Brewer, tho lnlddlu
and long distance amateur champion
ot the ,'Paclflc Coast, and J. Scott
LearyjA.ho California sprint chamnlon
and record holder.
Leary set tho pace throughout and
for a tlmo It looked as though he
would win out. but Browor gradually
overtook him before tho last longth
of the pull, and, though Leary is the
netter sprinter, ho could not over
take his cliibmate, who barely beat
him out for the plnco of honor at tho
flnlsh line, the time being C: 41 4-5.
PAVOR CONCEHRIONH TO CUBA.
New York. Feb. 7. Tho Clinmlmr
of Commerce has adopted a memorial
10 congress recommending a rcduc
tlno of the tariff duties upon Cuban
sugar and tobacco, to bo followed by
n reclnrnenl tnrlff nrrnniremont wllli
the Islands upon tho establishment of
an inuepeniient uuunn government.
The chnmber also adopted resolutions
disapproving of tho Chinese exclusion
act now before Congress,
Owing to tho fact that nil tho games
of tho first round of the Y. M. C A
handball tournamont havo not been
played off yet, tho date of tho closing
of tho first series has boen postponed
from Saturday, February 15, to some
day of this week. Tho following new
entries havo bcon noted: Paul Porro
Ira vb. L. Evans ond Jacob 81iorman
vs. Percy Lovcjoy.
cturcr desires to arrango with some
sltton to represent their lino to tho
Trade. No application will be con-
engaged solely In the business ot
acturers. Tho agency would not be
gcd In business for his own account,
ness would bo conducted by carrying
orders could bo secured, to bo Bhlp
No applicant would bo considered un-
planatlon as to tho nature ot tho ap
d satisfactory references.
!H) IN PARIS,
Paris, Feb. 8. Tho centenary ot tho
birth of Victor Hugo will bo celebrated
In Paris with great brilliancy. Tho
Municipal Council today drew up n
program ot festivities to last six days
from February 25th to Marcn 2d in
clusive. The most Imposing ceremo
ny, organized by tho Government, nt
which President Loubet. tho Ministers
and nil leading Frenchmen will at
tend, will bo hohl In tho Pantheon
February 20th. which will be tho chlof
day of the fotcs. A monument to
Victor Hugo will be Inaugurated In
the square Des Voges In the ntter
noon. ThlB promises to he a splcndi-1
function. President Loubet, tho
members of the Cabinet and tbo mu
nicipal ofTlclals will tako their places
upon a platform facing No. 5, Hugo's
house, a choir will render musical se
lections based on Hugo's works an 1
eulogistic orations on tho writer will
be pronounced. A grent popular fet't
vIM bo held In the evening In the
Square des oges. which will bo bril
The following days will bo devoted
to balls and concerts In the Hotel do
Vllle, tho festivities cutmnlatlng Sun
dny. when another celebration will bo
hold in tho afternoon In tho Square
des Voges under tho auspices of tin-1
municipality. Hugo's house will he
taken over officially for a museum.
Choir selections will be executed, nnd
a procession of school children carry
ing palms and flowers will march be
fore a bust of Hugo erected upon it
pedestal In front of bis house. The
uquare wil) again be Illuminated nt
dust;, the house Itself being bathed In
n golden light, on which will be
thrown an Image of tho, poetic muso1 in
mauve color, holding out a green palm
branch. An open-air ball and concert
will conclude tho festival.
Washington, Feb. 7. Assistant
Secretary of State Dr. David J. Hill,
Adjutant General Corhln and Hear
Admiral Evans have neon officially
designated aa tho President'? dele
gates for the reception ond -.ntertaln-inent
of PrlncakHenry of Prussia, and
this title Is the. ono used by them In
all correspondence. t
Dr. Hill, who wns formeily presi
dent of Rochester University, is a
scholarly man and Is noted for his
knowledge of International law. Ho
has taken a prominent part In Now
York politics. Tho late President Mo
Klnley appointed Dr. Hill First As
sistant Secretary of State on tho res
ignation of John Dassett Mooro In
Semite Steering Committee,
Wnshlntrtnn. TVli 7. Snnntni AIM.
son, chairman ot the Republican cau
cus, committee, today announced the
personnel or the "steering" commlt
teo, which arranges tho business of
ure ocnaie. ii is as ioiiows: Messrs.
Allison, Aldrlch, Hale. Cullom, Lodge.
Spooner. Perkins. Elklns, Clark ol
Wyoming, Ileverldge and Hanna.
Postarje on the Bulletin's special tn
duitr.Jl edition l hr ,-.. n
parts of the States.
65 Queen St.
On Tuesday, February 18, '02
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street,
Honolulu, I will sell at Public Auction
for account of whom It may concern
IS Dags of Rice, more or less dam
aged by snlt water on voyago from
Kancoho ox steamer J. A. Cummlngs,
Jno. I). Scarlo master.
L.A. IB Bags nice more or less.
Ja8. F. Morgan,
BIG AUCTION SALE
Furniture, Rugs and
On Tuesday, February 13th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a largo
quantity of assorted household Furni
ture, Now Ilugs, all sizes, DIbIics,
Shoes, Clothing, Flannels, Dress
Goods, Portieres, Shoes, Tobacco,
Jas. P. Morgan,
On Tuesday,. February 18, '02
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M, V
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction
for account of whom It may concern,
47 Bags of Itlce.'moro or less damag
ed by salt water on voyago from Wala
hole ox steamer J. A. Cummlngs, John
B. Searlo, master.
ICO. 47 Bags Rico (more or less).
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Lease of Taro Land
OH SATURDAY, MARCH 1st
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, Ho-
nolulu, r will -sell at Public Auction,
by ordor of tho Trustees under tho
will of Dernlco P. Bishop, tho leaso
of that valuable taro land situate at
Kaakaukukul) I'auoa Valloy, and con
taining an area of 8 35-100 cros.
Torm of leaso, IS years from April
Upset net annual rental, C0O, pay
able quarterly In advance. .
For full particulars apply at the of
fice of tho Dlshop Estate, 77 Merchant
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE OF LAND
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will soli at Public Auction,
by ordor of tho Trustees under tho
will ot Dernlco P. Bishop, the lease ot
that valuable land known as Puaa 1st,
sltuato at North Kona, Hawaii, and
containing an area of 859 acres.
Term of leaso, 21 years from May
Upset net annual rental, $500, pay
able quarterly ln advance.
For full particulars apply at the of
fice ot tho Bishop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jae. F. JVlorjgan,
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