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Wflf'inJl-dl " j .I.. "s
I.lttlo chicks oro allowed to die,
eggs get scarce, tlio chickens make
ilry cntlng, etc These mistakes aro
constantly inndo, but need not occur.
E. O. Hall
FOR SALE Cheap furniture for ,ov
en room home with privilege of
runtlng leaving eltv no reasonable'
otl.i mused Call thhd house fiom '
lrtpil mi klnnn .'iisi tf
FOR RENT Siilti nf rnnniH ier
Washington Minantlli I n $J"p per
month possession MbkIi 11 Ap
ply A Harrison Mill l
Fud 1. Wnlilioii loom
Spree K Is
W - TO-DAY
FRANCIS MURPHY CLUB. NO. 1.
Theie will be a spei lal muting n
the I-rands Muiph) Club this evening
nt 3 p m
FHA.NCIS II 11 Si:.im'H,
Notl.e Is liereb) given that during
,) absuice froni'llono.,,.,,. 1 ,?
in) nbs nee from Honolulu, 1)1 Doug
in. v Mvi...i ..-.. ,.,m ......,
onv nrneil "l"".lhe Comlshmnn In giving his Mews
Februarj Joth iui2
The annual muting id the stock
tlfilflprs nf tin I'limi..! Mill r'.in.on.it
Limited, will be held nt the unite of
II Hatkfeld . Co Ltd.
February 2Sth, at lo a in
-'"SI It Societal)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Lau Sun Mee,
All tredltors of Ijiu Sun Mee nie
hereby notified to present tin Ir claims
dill) nulhintUalcd nnd with thu
proper wiuchurs If an) exist een If
tho tlalm Is secured b) moitgng'i up-
on leal estate- to me at the sdne of
Tnn.- f!,o.... . ; V... , I, I.
Honolulu Tcrrlton of llaunll within
"-r. f - - .-wi.i. .tilth mini
ix nion I li m fiom tin ilatc of thli no
tlce or the) will lie lon-ir bailed
Honolulu Filiiuni) 2i I'm.'
Administrator or Estate or Lau Sun
2o81 Feb .(. Mar -. U 1') Jfi
s. MINO READER, HYPNOTIST
' HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER-
TAINMENl OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MYSTERY AND IL-
LUSIONS, ASSISTED BY
a MADAME ALONE.
Warren tho joung Mormon Wizard,
King of tho Handcuffs and a company
oi e;iecr rerrormers.
An Enlerlainmant to Please All,
Clean, Wholesome and Enjoyable.
Reserved seats now on sale
V- WATCHES 'N
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case
Co., t-IIAUISHI-ll IHM
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
I'or miiIu tty
The Principal watch
Dealers in Hawaii
Oahu Railway & Land Company.
The Annual Meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Oahu Hullwii) . Land
Company will bo held In Assembly
Hall, over tho olllces of Castlo i.
Cooke, Ltd , corner o( King nnd Hi th
el streets, Honolulu on Friday Feb
ruary 28, 1902, at 1 45 p m
At this meeting In addition to tho
usual business to bo transacted, pro
posed amendments to uio charter and
by-laws will bo considered.
A. W. VAN VALKIlNHUItO.
Secretary Oahu Railway & Land Co.
Honolulu, February 20, 1902.
will Increase the quantity of eggs and
mako hens lay regularly. It cures
ohlckon cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
rheumatism and all diseases.
No poultry raiser should do without
Prntta Poultry Food.
What It docs Tor chickens It docs
for nil kinds of poultry. Tho oldest
nnd most reliable, In existence. Call
for a pnekago nnd try It.
& Son, Ltd.
HEAVY WEIGHT FIGHT
New York Fob in llobert Fit
Simmons nnd James J Jeffries signed
annus nero l"dn 1" meet In a 20
I'"1"" R"e contest on some ilnto lie
'"v " " i"i "'i -wi lor cue ennm
nl("",,ln r ,ho nora Th" ontest Is
l0 ,nKn l,larc hefoie the club offe-rlng
. ini iiikuchi purse i ne winner ih io
"i receive Cf per ent nnd the loser 10
i- l imii ill llr MI(ir I
Sports are talking of nothing clso
now but the Jeffries Fltzslmmons light
It Is generally believed that Jeffilos
tmr i nni nf thu iiiifon
td or.wlll win with comparative ease It Is '
pointed out that no lighter has Ji t sue-
ipideil In getting to the (hnmplnns
bony wltn erfect nnd that those who
have succeed. il In reaching his head
have done no harm
Fltzslmmons nnd Sharke, It will ho
I recalled, landed powerful smashes on
mo point or .lenries jaw, nut nncil to
Mnp him Until thnan mm lint.. II...
reputation of being great punchers
corlutt a comparatively light hitter.
tint It nil nvnr tho r-hnmiilnn'i Iwiml
.mil ni-rli In tho ninth rnniwl nf ih.lr
niemornhle enrounter hut Teffrlev
merel) Inughed. Tterause of this phe
I llfhliliinrtl . t ntli Hirti.i frti a I jImaj
, ttwiiiiiiw PVt V-tl," Uivll MJIl" II UUVB
""t VUm "088l,,' ' ' 1'p tlmatlon nt
r "P."." " "'r"n" I."'.'
',""-.'. . '."."" ;. . I
' "") Kieui amount, oi nnrm mil
iKelnrcs lie will light Jeffries next1
time much differently from tin wnv he
handled himself nt Cone) Island
Fltzslmmons now hediees he has a
ehanee to win b) adopting leffrles i
taiths He thinks (lint If he stands j
nwn) and lets the champion come to I
,llm no '" lllm' n r0nl cliantt' to
win In a mix up Fltzslmmons sns
..nt he will enter the ring fit to flght
foi n kings ransom.
(STEAM SAYING INVENTION
-ew or, reu io. A came to the.
Sn from London sa)s: Assertlonsi
i liio been made In the press In the
pist few dns Hint a new nle mc-'
thanlsm which has been tested on the
Great .Vorthein Rillnn), will leducc'
. ,. ,j,,ii in ., . i .i..
I. -I-.-.. -I". -r... m,i
., lnrnilWitUn tlmu Hltn.l nm t III, 1 In
pounds of steam will do mene woik
than the ordlnar) one It'll 210 pounds
The picsltlcnt of the road told tho
stockholders )esterd.i) tint Its Import
ance was probably cxnggciated
It may he added hcio that another
liicntlon which Is ically epoch-mak-
lug was reeentl) perfected nnd will
be soon announced It has been test
id b) the highest authorities who
nlllm It will ieolutlonlze the mo
tlc power of the world. It lannot bo
dcurllied now, but It eomes fiom Ccr
LEARY WINS ANOTHER
Chicago Feb 13 The fentuie of the
swimming mces nt the Sportsman'
show toda) was the lctor) of T Soott
I-eai) or the 01)mplc Club of Sun
Francisco In the 100-yard ctint Carl
Spencer of Columbia diversity was
second and Gii) Dal) of the llomc
stiad Library Athletic Club third The
time was 1 0 Hit.
The taco was doe at all times At
the htnrt Lear) made un effort to niukn
n ninaway race of It, ami ns a ihmiIi
he covered the Mist twentj )iu U In
0 10 tuo-AftliB of a fcecond bettei than
Speneei stuck giinel) to lllm mil
the end both men wcie tlghitng On the
advantage, l.eaiy winning In the lait
lly bnlminlug twent) )nrcls In Ion
seconds Hat Lear) clipped two-fifths of
a second off the world's mark spt by
i: Carroll Sehafcr of Philadelphia Tl o
time for tho 100 yanU was 1 07 which
Is four seconds flower than Lear) J
best tlmo for the samo distance
REORGANIZE AltMY STAFF.
Washington I' h 15 Tho Wnr Do
partment's bill for tho reorganization
or Army staff blanches nnd tho crea
Hon of a general stnlf corps was tians
raittid today to Chairman Hull of the
House Military Committee nnd b) him
Intiodiiei d It consolidates tho Quar
te minster, Subsistence nnd Pay l)c
paitmtntH Into a division or supplies
under an ollkcr ranking ns Major Oen
iral with Ililgadlci Gmeials In
rlinigo of the branches or stippl)
commissary, finance ami tmnsporia
The 'General Staff Corns Is to eon
eider tho "military policy of tho cmin
try anil preparo comprehensive plans
for the national defense and foi- tho
mobilization of tho mllltar) fences In
lime of wnr ' It also has c linrgo of nil
cpiestlon affecting the Army nnd the
cooperation of tho Army nnd Nav),
plans of eumpalgn armament, equip
meat etc A Lieutenant General Is
at the hend of this Hoard, with one
Major General one nrlgadler General,
lour Colonels and niinieiouu olllceis of
The Evening nullttla, 75 cents per
S-h as Er
p in 'p m 'a, m
t II 14
1 ot t 4
9 1 P m
6 10 If 14
1 I 41
Io a t 4
Last quarter of the moon on tho 2d
nl 0 o n in
Tides from the United Stntos Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides nt Kahulul ana IIIlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh Mm
slower than Green wclh time, being
unit of tho meridian of 167.30. Tho
tlmo wlilstlo ..ows nt 1:30 p. m.( which
Is tho same as Greenwich. On Om,
.Masters or vessels snllinc from th Is
port for San Francisco will find therj
n branch or tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Offlco located In tho Merchants' Ex
(liangc, whero Is maintained for their
benefit freo of charge, complete sets
of charts nnd directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an ilnll matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Ilurcan, l'unaliou, February
H. Tempcrntuic Morning minimum,
G"i Mldda maximum, 77.
Ilarometer at 9 a. in 30 00 Steady.
Rainfall 0 01.
Dew Point C3r.
Humldlt at 9 a m Gfl per cent
Dlnmond Head Signal Stntlon, Feb
"'iV1 2-Vtnthcr cloudj . wind light
Wednesday, Fehruar) 2C
II 8 A T. Warren, rrom San
Stln. Malolo, from Knunl ports
Stmr lualanl, Greene, from Kauai
Stmr Kenuhou, Moshcr, from Knual
Tuesda), February S3,
Stmr Walalcale, Plltz, for Wnlmea
and Ki Kiilia.
Schr Coneord Maim, for l'nainlo
Schr. Lady, Mold, for Koolau ports.
Stmt Mlkahala, Gtegon, for Kauai
Schr Knwallani, Moses, for Koolau
Schr Charles I.el Woodluir), Har
ris, for HUo.
Gas schr Kellpse, Townsend. for
l.nhalnn. Klhel Makenn, Kallua, N'a
pciopoo and Hookena.
Wednesda) IVbruar) .'C
Am sp Helen lliewer, Mnhonex. for
New Yoik. la IIIlo.
Sihr Keuulkeaoull. for Pnaullo
S S Alameda, Hcrrlmnu, fur Snu
I lantlsco nt i p. m.
Stmr Nncnii W)mnn for Lahnlnn,
Kinnnnall llonokan nnd KiiUulhni.li
at .. p m.
Sinn l.thua Napala. foi Maul nnd
Molokai iiorts at p in.
Stnir Nllhaii IVteisen, for liana
niauln and Ahuklnl. nt J p m
t- u t .. ., ,...
. ., . , .., Il.a, Mill lor
t S A T
1 inlla In the eeiilng.
s"nr Keauhoii Mosher, for Anahola
PI,,J HHnuen at 4 p m
(lis schr Malolo for Knunl ports,
Fiom Kauai ports pei stmr Iwa
Inni Fehiuar) 2ij C. K Dull 11 I.
Gmtli J Culleu and 1U deck
For Sin Francisco per S S Aln
meda at 4 p in P A Dlas and
who, sum ileni), F M Haste 1, W
It Staiidfoid II Cook J C Crock
nell P H Oullcn, J I). McGinn,
A It Guira) dipt Whittle) A ,W
Speai and wire. Mr and .Mis Carl
Lehners, J. Mahonc), Geneial Wai
Meld A 1. Morris, F. W Paton M
M Kohn, J S Newman. J G Rapp
C Ilemsehel. c L. Mocrs, W T
Gilbert, II Clagett. Father O Nelll J
H MeLaffert), I)r Dal8, Ii anil
.Mrs HnRcnkamp. W P Thomas, W
P Lard Miss N L Sta)ton, Mr and
Mis O i: Thompson, Mrs William
tlooth and child. J A. llarklev. wife,
and child, Mr Weed. W. II Pnrsnn
Miss It Knrr. .Mrs C. J Roberts, W
N Armstiong O N Dunbar. II S.
Sehermeihorn Mr I.lllenthal and par
t) P Mengol L A Itostln wife
and child, Mr L'akln. Dr Shaw .Ins
Sims and .vlfe .Madamu lllshop
For Snn Finuclsco i t s 8 Ven
turn Muieh 4 C llelemann wir.i
anil two ehlldien. W. Pfotenhauer
Miss M Klnnc) L A Schmidt. Mr
J A Gllmnn Miss Gertrude Iliovu
-Mr nnd Mrs WclssbUn. Henrv Yn-in?
and wire S Monls I.lllle MIsh n
Howaiel Dr W II Dals John i
Feirls Mrs A Ainisbi II A simny
uuii who miss uragg Jlrs G ft C.u
ter main nnd two children, Mis D
iit'inier Mr and Mis Lehner. Cap
lain Whitney. Gcorce 11 rin,.-,.n
Mis V llorkn. H. T. Gilbert. Mm i'
I) Ilutterflcld. Miss F L. Sharp, Mini
V M. Sharp W P Lord, Mrs I!
W DaUeB. .Miss N I,. Slagton. Mud
ume lllshop and companion I Unr
tiam, It A Klncald unci wire, C H
Uspey and wire F W. Paton A I.
Monls J f Hoshawson, C L Jt
ers A C Mlsner J ltosinliirv n
.Me)er J W Hown.d. Mrs It New
ton, Mis T Lokiui Dnlrt WMllnnn
Mis L Piescott nnd two ehlldie i'
Mis West II C Trenton nml uli.
Wlllhim Itlee and wire Mis Cnpln' l
Gieen Mrs Li ngenberg, Mrs O 11
Neu lis ami child II II I .McCoael.i i
C A I.oy C A Caswell I; s..n-i.
II McN'amnia and son I fl Tn .
leir mid wire Samuel llcntt) Wllllvi
iapu iicnjnmln Walwalole, WIIIUii
Kcawa, Sam Kaiihane J Kulwl, F,
Alelilih Miss Mary Caibonn
Fen the Colonics, pei S 8 Sonon.n,
.MurLli 1 )i Meiihnult.
"I like women" said a cleai hemic el
man of the vvoild. 'thev are so nn
islied " The) finish society, inannois.
language Form and economv nm
theli lcalm. Thoy embellish tiles
A man can keep nnothei person'.! ho
crtt bettei thnn his own, n woman, on
tho contraiy, keepB her secret though
sho tells till others La llrujire.
ON THE SCHLEY CASE
Conference With Henderson to Pre
vent Action by Congress Won't
Review Past History
Washington, Feb 15. The Post will
sn) tomoirow The Schlej ense was
nlso under discussion nt the Whlto
House toureienee the President being
anxious Hint his disposition of tho
case should not bo follow eif by action
In CongiesH Speaker Henderson was
able to assure tho President that ae
Hon could be blocked In the House but
It wns pointed out to him by the Sen
ntois that the situation In the Senatu
was different, the more liberal rules
of that body allowing any resolution
to be (onslilered If It commanded a
The President's lews rcgnrdlng the
Schley case became generally known
last night ns the result of the confer
ence It Is said that ho will not un
dertake to discuss In his rclew an)
o the oeiitx wjrfh occurred prior to
the battle of Santiago, on tho ground
that If Sehlcj's conduct was reprehen
slide It wns condoned by the Nay l)e
vnrtment and h President McKlnlcy
when Sehlej's promotion wns recom
mended As for the battle of Santl
bro, the President Is Inclined to tho
opinion nccordlng to his Wsltors, that
the Metoij was won b nil the cap
tains and that credit cannot therefore
bo gUen exclusively to Sthlcy. nl
though the latter acted courageously,
nnd. with the Oregon siiceceded In
pre intlng the escape of tho Colon.
CREW TOOK TO BOATS
Seattle Feb 10 The steamship
Nome Clt) airhcd this morning from
San Francisco with Cnptnln L, John
son nnd fle members of the crew ot
the schooner Laura Pike, who were
picked up nt sea In a smnll boat thlrt)
miles off Trinidad Frlda) morning
The) left the schooner wallowing
aiouiid In the storm) seas, fnst sink
ing nom leaks which had been caused
probably b) the rough weather.
Tho I-aiira Pike loft San Franilsco
Jnnuar) 2fi. light, en route to Furekn
for liimbei The weather was what
seamen tall nasi)," nml the vessel,
being high out of the wnter had i
lough time of It The ocean swells
crossed lij strong southeaster!) winds.
broke Into foam ciesteel wnve. nud
the wet weather and spra) made the
situation nil the mene ellsagreeildi
After leaching the lclnlt) of Cnie-
kit Cnptnln Johnson tried to cioss (Ik
bar, but neherso winds mulcted It
Impossible Head winds drovo- the
sehoonei back Into tho ocean, nnd for
several d.i)B she wallowed nroiind, nl
Farl) 'lliursda) morning It wan dis
covered that the Bchooner was leiklng,
and Instead of getting belter the leaks
became worse The cievv made futile
attempts to stop the Inpourlng water,
hut the Hood galnid on the men, nml
thlrt) -six hours liter on Frldn) af
ternoon at 4 oi lock, thev took to tho
small boats and leached the Nome
Clt), which hud been attracted bv the
signals of ellstress fl)lng from the sink
IMJOI CCTION OF PRCSIDLNT.
Washington Feb 11. Senator IIo.u
from the Committee on Judicial) has
fuvoiabl) lepoitcd a bill for the pio-
teetlou of the President of tho I nlted
States, the Vice Piesldent and otheis.
It piovldes Hint mi) person who shall,
within the limits of the United States
or an) place subject to its Jiiilsdletlon,
willful!) kill or muse the death of
the President. Vict President in mi)
officials In lino of succession or who
shall vvlllfull) cause the death or the
Miveiclgn or ehlcr magistrate of any
foreign countij, shall be punished
., iti. .1.....1. ... .. . . ..
mm iii-uiu vn aiieuipi io commix
c ither of the offenses mentioned Is nlso
to be punished bj death.
I ho bill nlso provides n punishment
or twent) years ror the pei son oi per
sons found guilt) of Instigating, ad
vising or counseling the killing of any
of tho persons named, nnd nn) person
who shall vvlllfull) and knowlngl) aid
In tho escnpo of any pei so-, guilty of
the offenses mentioned shall be deem
eel an accomplice nnd punished the
same us If a principal
Imprisonment of five eais Is mo-
vldcil ror persons convicted of utterlngJ
woreis spoKen oi published which
threaten to kill en nelvlse oi Instluato
another to kill the peisons named.
"DAVE" O'LBARV TALKS.
Town Talk tells tho following storv
on two newspaper bo)B well known In
Halph Stiong who died last week In
Los Angeles Horn thu effects of nn
operation on his eai, nt ono tlmo woik.
ed Hie now defunct Dally Itepoit In
tills clt). At ono tlmo ho winked In
Southern California Ho was a clever
youth nnd fond or a Joke Ono ho
told had himself Coventor flago and
Dion OLrnr), who mauled Alice Itlx,
ns the pilnelpnls Stiong had to sco
Cage In Los Angeles toi his paper, and
as ho explained that IiIh hcailn vwut
poor the Ooveinoi raised his voice In
Ktienl.lncr In Mm v.it l...... ..r... ,i.i
"' " '' " "4 aeie-i una
OLeai) w a) lard the Coveinoi on his!
wuy to San rrunelsLo and dago nils
tiklng him foi Stiong conversed with
hlni In tones audible several feet
awa) fiom his rnirlngo OLcniy
f-too.l It for awhile nnd then the (Jov-j
eni'ii h lenton for usln such stento '
rlan tones dawned upon him Mnster-j
llIK Ills Iiattll.il hisltlltlnn nf m, nnh 1...
a supremo e ffoit he bald, ' llcg ji ji-pnr-don
(1 gnvcrnoi Vou have m mndo a
m in mistake I'm not the f f rcllow
who et-enn't hear Im tho one that
c c can t talk "
A beautiful woman with the quail
tles.or a noblo man is the most perfect
lulng In nature, we fine! In her all tho
inciits of both sexes La nru)cic.
ANOTHER WEEK OF
SHIRT WAISTS :: ::
1045 FORT STSEEr.
Onice Commissioner of Agriculture
and Forestr). Honolulu, Feona
It having come to the knowilci
of this depaitment that It Is the In' n
Hon of certain persons to enrry the
lantnna scale (Orthesls lnslgnls) no v
liii'VHieiu in cercnin iiisincis OI lLy
isiuuii ui .tiuui, iu iiic ocuer uisineis
on that Island, nnd nlso to other
Islands of the group where lantann Is
glowing. It is earnestly reepiested 'hat
nil persons will eoopernto with thU
depaitment In Its efforts not to Bpreael
the scale until It has been finally de
tci mined that It Is not detrimental to
eithei vegetation. Tho Government
Fntoniologist. who Is about to leave
for Mexico to find beneficlnl enemies
foi the destruction of lantnna, and
stiongl) mlvlees tnc nbovo request, Is
of tho opinion that the lantnna scale
Is dangerous lo other vegetation
Cominlsflonei of Amlcultiiie nnd Foi
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines are made spark
ling when niKed with " " "
white rock water
They nie. In this way, given a
zest anil life, uneciunlcd except
by the best champagne. Tho
diner out or the gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to nolo that tho ta
ble will bo supplied with this
water It Is given a prominent
place on tho wlno list of tho
most exclusive clubs In America,
and has been honored by Presi
dential approval when served nt
tho Inaugural Hall Hanquet In
Washington. Tho palate of epi
cures is gratified to tho utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
We will Buy or Sell Ileal llstato in
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
10 WEST KINO STREET.
has removed to tho
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. V. Foster.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
lei. White 22i P.O. Box 552
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In la ge or small
Honolnlti Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Piim inl tttlmatti (uralihtd foi ill clisiti
ROOM , UOSTON BLOCK, HONOLUL'
HMhtr than electricity, choipor than Lrrowne MC
to QUO rarulle w;r An tindrrnrnth irrtif rator lr t rw
nure lamp, wliiili irUrs as mmh lltilil noTrrht-Rl
inni r ior, tn Im tktn nt ire nnlw Not cttnii luntfj
Mk the ofihel tTIf, atrnl ftlwayt frHeflratMactf n
(MtalMluiiikan 1 pl 1 tn trhrl (-rr A lamp that
lnlM ttf awi iidrrrntPAlr Nnite like lion the luarktt
A rare ilism f fur attnt State afjrnU anttl Aihlri-M
STANDARD GAS LAMP CO.,
118-120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago.
Ijirffpt nml nn nt tlie itlilfnt c"tnblU1id
tnunuriu turm or casollno 1 iuits oi all u
For a quiet rest and a
pleasant Sunday, tho at
tractions at the Inn nre
unsurpassed Finest surf
bathing nnd canoeing on
Excellent cutslno and
the best of service. . .
L. H, DEE, - Prop.
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew
ard. Miss Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the car to Walklkl.
Seattle and Tacoma
S. S. OREGONIAN, 6000 tons, to sail
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail
Tor further particulars apply
H, HACKFELD & GO,, Agents,
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
Trumbull & Beebe's
Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Awarded Gold and Silver Medals Paris
Ileautlfull) Illustrated catalogue
mailed free on application.
TRUMBULL & BEEBE '
SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN.
419-421 Sansome 8t.
San Francisco, California.
Fred. L. Waldron
P O. Box 553. Tel. Blue 791: Room
3 Spreclcels Building.
MEADE'K SLOW TRIP.
San Francisco. Feb 1G Twentv.tun
da)s have elapsed slnco the transport
Meade left .Nagasaki for this port, but
up to last evening the vessel had not
ueen reported The Meade was rathei
CNpectcd to arrive as long ago as last
Tiiesda) but no nnxlet) Is felt among
the tiansport officials regarding her
sifet). The piovalllng rough weathei
at sea, and the troopship's need of dr)
docklns aro Relieved to account for the
irflni "jiyiiiji-1 .' wi'Mpr
65 Queen St.
On Thursday, February 271b,"
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tnc residence of MR. C. J ROI1
EUTS, 12S8 Ueretnnla street, near I'll
kol street, I will sell at Public Auc-
linn ItlO mitlrn aaanrlninnl n ........
choice Household rurnlttiro, consist- ,
Mahogany Center Table,
Handsome Mahogany Combination
Flno Axmlnstnr nnil rtmnranliin r.n.
Oak Dressing Table,
Handsomo Drnss Bed,
Klectrlc Drop Light,
Rare Chinese Vases and Hall Chairs,
Handsomo Oold Embroidered Screen
Very Handsomo Heavy Oak Side
board, Patent Extension Dining Table,
Oak Dining Chairs,
Very Handsomo Chiffoniers,
Hox Couch, Iron Ilcds, Pillows,
Sheets, Blankets, Pillow Slips,
Small Rugs, Chlnn, Kitchen Utensils
Hddy Ico Box, Garland Stove,
Ferns nnd Palms.
A very suoerlor assortment nf fur.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Lease ofjaro and -1
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, Ho-
nolulu, I will sell nt Public Auction,!
by order ot tho Trustees under tho
will of Bernlco P. nishnn ilm ini,n '
of that valuablo taro land sltuato nt
ftnni.ntiKUKul, Pauoa Valley, and con
taining nn area of 8 35-100 cres.
Term of lease, 15 years from April
Subject, how over, to a tennntcy frr
ono )cnr from April 1, 1902, for tho
purposo of harvesting tho present
growing crop of taro.
Unset net annual rnntnl Sftnn n,..
able quarterly In advance.
ror iuu particulars apply at tho of
flCO Of tllO Dlshon Estntn. 77 Mnrhnnl
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE OF LAND.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salosroom, C5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, i win sell at Public Auction,
by order of tho Trustees under tho
will of Hernlen P. nishnn tlm im nf
that valuable land known as Pima 1st,
suuaie at rsortn Kona, Hawaii, and
containing an area of 859 acres
Term of lease. 21 years from Mav
Unset net annual rnntnl SRnn nnv.
, " --... ., T-v, ,- -
auie quarterly in advance.
For full particulars apply at tho of
flco of tho Bishop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jae. F. Morgan, i
- AUCTIONEER '
and Broker '
65 Queen St
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