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YALE & TOWNE
Our stock of hullders' hardware Is the mont complete In
the city. Y. f T, goods are universally known to be the
best. We are Hole Agents. The Young ImtlillniV and new
Punahou building tire being fitted throughout with these
goods. We have IN STOCK every variety manufactured.
Wc carry both the dull hrass and the old cupper finish.
GOODS ALL OPEN TO INSPUCTION.
E. O. Hall &
Wo rrow annually nearly a million roio
Wr lire for wila orcroua Ihouiaml
nrlitlci. We want rou ti know tlnse
and lit Iblg end we lime iflecleJ ffotue
trulj rmit In color, form unit luinllnes, corn-J-Tllloc
Our Urrat Trial Collection
16 D.&G. Roses $1.00
Tbvao rows nlll Moiim rrufmt-11 Hit
iuit.uxuuiii.uu iiihi mi? urn mi
t-ulnmnllKe. ltroiwril lube eil. Mrutiir.
awtirnoi nui biiib. we send 11111 i
anriwuirreo, nniimi'iiotiumii!irjiirmniKUiirauifMi. imn-rsi'ooKcxl "Hi
.miiy niiie.iiiiu wr unit-u ill mo proper punning peonnii. or when -ymidlrwt.
Mr. sejiimurK KnialiK, iMtx KuchotiT, N YvrrlUI
Vmt fT rn
2k. t !( IM.1
2iJ!A tltf t.hlttirriTi
f 'llMVn01l I1MI- KrttT. fU.lW"ti
j7Vt n,f1,t B8d
-PI7IW iniltir, hi immi
vVyii' l.o uml rill ittlK-r
TELL HIM SO.
U j I'll Tiuu a word of cheer
That ma) light the patliwn) drear
lif m. burtlur pilgrim htr
Let ti I in Know
StiOtr ttlin on apprednte
What be does, and do not valt
TIN Hie lieini hand of Tnic
Vayt htm tow.
K jour heait uintalns a thougbt
That will brighter make bis lot,
Then, in mere. Iildu it nut,
Tell him no.
Hide not till the end of all
Carries him he owl lemll.
When Inside his sable pall.
Tour affection, anil nrtlulm
lo do honor to his lunie.
And to plait' the uieath of faiua
On his lnuu.
Hatlier spi.-nk to him today;
For the thlnga im hau to say
Mar assist him on his way;
Tell him lion
Life Is lurd enough at best.
Put the Imp that is expressed
Make It seem a pathway blest
lo our Uet;
ud tbv troubles that wc sbare
Seem the caster to bear,
Smile upon jour neighbor's tare,
As jou greet
Rough ami ston) are our wajs;
Dark and du-aiy are our ila)s:
Hut utiilli.vsK love and piaise
Mtltf them sweet.
Walt not till jour friend Is dead
Kre jour compliments are said:
For tbc spirit that has fled
If it know.
Does not need to speed It on
Our poor praise; w here It has gone
Ue's eternal, golden dawn
But unto onr brother herp
That poor praise is tery diar;
U ou'c any wonl of ihcir
Tell hi in so.
J. A. Kdf,erton, lu Denier News.
Fortunate Is the man who thinks he
ha, married an angel if she oul) turns'
out to he a good cook Instead.
The poet is born unjess he writes 1 1
nmgxzlne poem that nohod) ran under-
atsnd; then he Is made.
In nine i rises out of impossible ten it
Ij, one's flwn fault when the unexpected
The statesman may get the slot),
Iiut the polltlrluns gets the money
Ev crj thing comes to the winter who
mlti on himself.
WHEN SANTOS-THiMONT nOMV.S TO. TRTOW
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rluvrtr worth mo liuf-rnw with Mrt ortlrt
Im mr nrv4iit,u A) (or 1L
DINGEE &. CONARD CO.,
Watt Grcvo, Ponna., U.S.A.
NEW - TO-DAY
A special meeting of Lodge le I'rog
ii'ii de L'Oteatilo No. 124. A. S. A S
II. will be held Tuenila at 3 3D p. m
In the Masonic Temple for (he purpose
of attending the funeial of our late
Itrothtr Wllllnm Auld. Members of
Hawaiian Lodge, Iidge I'ailflc and
ilsltlug bretlnen aro invited to at
tend. II) order of Worshipful Master.
C. G. DOCK US.
2ii91 It Secretary.
WAIANAE COMPANY, LIMITED.
The Adjourned Annual Meeting of
tho StocltholdeiH of the Walanao
Compaii). Limited, will ho held nt tin
office of J. M. Dow sett. Merchant
i street, on Wednesday, March 12th,
19U2, at l'J o'clock a m.
i J. M. DOWSKTT.
' Honolulu T. II.. Feb 2Sth, 1902.
I 2090 2t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, William O Smith,
executor of the will of Mnrja I. Hoff
mann, late of Honolulu, Oahu, ileicas
ed, admitted to probate th.s da). Iii'ie
n gives notice to all persons having
claims against the Kstnte of salil Maria '
l. iiuiuiiuuii, in jiit-M-iii iiiu ruuit.- in
Ihlm at his office In the Judil building
lliiunlulu within six months from the
dnte of the Hist publication or this no
the or the) will bu forever barred
Honolulu Mnrch 7. 19"2.
W1L1.1A..I J SMITH
Executor of the Will of Maria L
i 2091 Maich 10. 17. 24, 31.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed the Executor of the Last
,wm ,an'' rr?VXl ,f.J- ,W , nl'.t'
' , & a
Note , ,1(,r,,,,v Kl,,,n ,,, ,,,
I to piesent their claims against the Es
tat of said J. W. Keulakaa. nee-eased.
duly authenticated, whether secured
by mmtgage or otherwise to the un
deirlgned at mo office of E. Colt Ho
liron Honolulu within six months
from tho date heienf. or they will ho
And all persons Indebted to said Es
Into aro hereby n quested to make Im
mcdlalo pn incut to tne undersigned,
i Dated Honolulu. Match llth, 1902.
Exciu'or under the Lost Will and
Testament "of J W Kenlakaa.
2091 Man h 10. 17. 21 31.
St, Louis Republic.
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Tides from the United States Coast
and Oeodctle Survey Tables.
Tlio tides at Kaliulul anu Hllo occur
about an hour earlier iban at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
ludt of the meridian of 157.30. Tne
time whistle ..iras at 1:30 p. m., wtiloi
Is the same as Greenwich. un Om.
Masters of vessels sathffg from this
port for Ban Francisco will And thcro
rt branch of the U. B. Hvdrographlc
Oulce located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complete sets
of chartB and directions of the world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Iluieau, l'unalioii March
10 Temperature Morning minimum,
02, Midday maximum, 79.
Darometer nt 9 a. m 30 00. Steady.
Dew lo(til C4F .
Humldlt) nt a. m. CS per cent.
Sunday, March 9.
Sir. Klnnu, I'reenhUi. from Hllo al.d
Str. Claudlne, Parker, lrom Mac)
Str Waliileale, Plltz, from Kauai
Str. Kauai, Ilrulin. fiom Kauai ports.
Sclir. Alice Kimball, Kllsen, fiom
Gas. schr, Malolo, Gardner, from Ha
nulel. Am. schr. Mary E. Foster, Thomp
son, 3S da) s from Port Ludlow
Am. bk. Albert. Grimths. 22 da).i
from San Francisco.
' Stmr. Lehun, for Kalaupapa, Wallau,
i elekuuu Halawa; at 5 p. m .
Schr. Mnlolo, for Hanalet and Kullhl
Schr l-nciy. for Koolau ports
.imr. J. A. Cummins, Searle,
vvludwniil Oahu ports.
llr. ship ceter Iredale. Lawience. for
Ro)aI Roads; sails tonight oi tomoi-lion
for Pugct Sound
stmr. Klnau. Freeman, for Hllo and
unv ixirts: 12 noon.
Stmi. (.'laiullne, I'arkei, for Maul
ports. . p m.
S. S. Kuicka, for Anabola.
Stmr W (J. Hall, naglund. for Ka
mil ports; at a p. in.
Fiom Hllo and way poits, per str.
Klnau. Mnich 9 Judge G. F. Little,
Sam Peck and wife. Mis. Dr Russell,
H. P. Mnblc. J. W. .Mason, John Worth.
Rev W. T. Rice, A, (I. Correa. Miss
Annie P Kanoho, Mrs. Kckauu Kul,
owe. Avva ana wife. I). Land. A. Ma !""' i",,lr,,ln,,1a fjjrnliilie.1 by him
son A I Peri v Sam Pnrke. Ir v n-'Tor his aketch In the Congri'sslonal ill-
ii m, nz,' i ,, , , " "Cl lector) Ho Is responsible for n good
Rego. Mlsj C. Rose and 44 deck pas.cn- ,t0 'Ulut H ,)elll ,,,, )iy nlenlljelB
Fom Nawlllwlll pei str. Knuul. Mar
9 Mr. Wagner, M. Darcy. Mr. Wilson
Mi, Williamson, Mr. Stei.cman and
wife. Colonel Spalding, Hans Isenberg.
Mrs. H C Mossman and Infant, W. C.
Pnike, Wada, Ah Foo, Ah Chock. Mi.
Sehuman, C. V Sturtevant. John Ena
and wife, and 41 deik
Fiom Maul ports, per sti Claudlne.
Mni 9 F Wlttram. J Hcrrein. C.
Wnlde)er. Geo. lions, W. J. Sherer,
.Isb, Morse. C. II. Lludholm, Wong
Tong Hong, A. Kuebii, Rev. 8. Imai
mid two bo)s, Rev. W Ault. S. Chop
Chee. Wong Hong, S. Asack, wife nnd
four children, Mrs. Hnirlson and child,
Mrs. Ta)lor and child. A. Waal, Rev.
'A1. U. We) mouth and 17 dcclc .
IHIVRTIE BOAT HOUSE
The workmen nt the M)rtle beat
house are putting on tho finishing
tiniest', to the caipentcr work in prep
niatlon for the palnteis. Within u
couple of weeks the old house will w
like new nnd will bo lead) rot biislnosi
igulii Tho membeis will find their
old club hous'o much better situated
anil more commodious than the old
one. Several thanges have been mado
to the old house, which huvp gicntly
added to Its accommodations.
Under tho new nriangemcnts the
dancing lanal upstairs Is leached by a
stmrway hading fiom a large platrorni
biitihla thii house. Tlie ulu Interior
staircase lias been done a,way with
end Its space put to other purposes.
Downstalis, both fiont and buck, largo
and substantial platforms have been
built which may be covered with can
vas on nice ihi)s to protect the crowds
whli Ii will congregate at the house for
n view or the laces,
The new boat house Is In n Bplendlil
location for witnessing nu but the
stall and lliiish of the barge races as
It has an unobstructed view of tho
ocean from Duibci's Point to Diamond
A keepei's lodge for "lllll" tho old
janitor, has Jieen erected hack of tlin
boat house and h will theic be mm
mill of nil he suiveys.
YACIIT8MEN MUST MOVU
For n long time tho owners of vnchU
moored off tho Healuni boat linusn In
the hnibor have known that ttiiy
would eventually havo to get out of
their old positions. Now they hnvs
but two da)s left In which to find snto
places foi tho boats, as on Wednesday
p ornlng the big dredger, which Is ,.t
present nt the quai untitle wharf, will
begin wmk light whero tho yachts me
now mooKd Owenrs nf the boits
will bo busy tomoirow huuttng foi
idntt's to moot.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. If. T MONDAY.
WANTED rosltlon as watchman or
porter, by a thoroughly reliable man
Address O J., this office. 2091 lw
WANTED Set of boohs to post een.
Ings, icnsonnblc. Aduiess Y this
WANTED Two or ..eo unfurnished
looms, down taw ti, for man and
wife Address I O. Hox C4 20ll-tf
FOR SALE $425. A licensed saloon,
well located, paying net $7 per day,
fixtures cost i- . Address A S.,
this offke 2091 2t
TO RENT Newly furnished room,
hot and cold bath; private family
Apply 70 lnejard. near Nimanu
street 7s tf
TO LET Nice room, private fnmllv
King street, south of Alakea. 7s It
-OST WATCH FOR. with gold ool
lege medal attached. Return to Dr,
F. E. Clark. Progress block and re
ceive reward. "s-lw
HARLOWE AND THE ROUND
"What," asked Mrs. Harlowe, "Is this
round inbln there's so much about In
"You see," her lnislianii answered
"some pcoplo cialm the President was
Inconsistent m den)lng lo the com
manding general of the ami) the
rieht to exm-ess his onlnton During
the Cuban war Colonel Roosevelt Join-1
cd with a lot of other officers of tliuj
army in protesting against tne inu
of food furnished by the War Depart
mont to the soldiers."
My goodness. 1 never knew they
furnished robins to the soldiers, anil (
I didn't supposo they were lit to eat, ,
any way. Why totildut they send reed
birds oi something like that?"
"Hut )ou don't understand, dear"
Kddle Harlowe explained "The round
robin was what they sent to the Wnr
Department to show that things weie
In a bad condition They merely call
ed it a lound robin. Of coursu It
I wasn't n bird. They don't feed sol
Idlers quail on toast or an) thing of the
"Don't they?" Mis Harlowe replied.
"I suppose the) couldn't veiy well pie
pine them In innip even If the) had
them. Hut I can't see why the) should
K'nd tlie round robin to the War Ik
I just told x on thnt-thcy sent it In
order to show the officials In Washing
inai ine souueis wire noi receiv
Ihk pioper food."
"Oh I understand now. They want-mi v of the bare rooted patriots vho
ed the office-is at the department to eat . bled at Vnllcy Forge would not help a i
onoor them and sechow It ngreed wliii,it on thnt occasion, though Invoked
tlieni Wns that It. dear? And do In his most masteily st)Ie. Theioforn.
they make round robins In ihntliiRhe lempoilzed.
dishes like Welsh rnbhltB?" . "i.ook heie." he began. "I don't re
Eddie Harlowe grabbed Ills overcoat 'c nil vnu nt all. 1 don't believe von live
and hat and made a dash Tor the street I In mv illstrli t. What would I give )ou j
pinmlslng to explain the rest of It nt i ; for? Do )ou think I find my mon
some other time. m
PATTERSON'S POLITICS. '
T. M. Pntteison. successor or Kd-'n
wnrd fi Wnlintt m iinlieil smtm
Senator fiom Colorado has agreed tol
stand hitched with the Democrats, ncldont see wh) I should give )ou even
of tho Colorado delegation
Tic Senator was In Congresi once
ns a Democrat He bolted Cleveland
In 1S92 and for a number of venrs was
the head of the Populist organization
In the West He also took a hand In
the mgnnlzatlon of the Silver Jlepubll
can part) and kindred factions, and
was thii chief promoter of the many
fusion deals that have been engineer
ed In Coloiado. In county and city
elections the Senator led ilvlc federa
tion, good government ilubs, taxpay
ers' leagues and ull sorts und condl
tlons of Independent political organi
zations If he did not like tho polltl
'Cul situation when he came down town
!'n "- morning he went to worlt nnd
bad a new part) In the Held before he
went homo In tlie evening. This wns
certainly disconcerting to the people
wno were tr)lng to follow in his pollt
leal footsteps. Hut hero Is the story:
A canvasser for one of the oolitic nl
organizations, who did not know the
Mflintr. . filln.l nt tint lnll,tcn .,.
slon The coloicd mnld who nnsvveied
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the ring iheerllillv gave tho desired rhokcr collar. Is not nveise to dciol
Informntlon abo'it the voters In tho 'chute, but she favois the high bodies,
nouse. There was Mr, Pattcison ami ijt the opening of Parliament she wore
Mrs. Patterson, and .Mr. and Mrs. in high bodice, blazing with Jewels un
Campbell and tlie butler, conchmnnlder lur mantle of velvet uml ermine.
and the female scivunts. with their,
'Ho )ou mind telling me." uiked the
cnnvnssei' peisuasively, "what party
Mr. Patterson belongs to?"
'Deed, I iloan know." rcnlled the
gill, without the slightest hesltnmy;
ne uin t neen nome since mavvnln .
HER FIRST RECEPTION.
It was her first reception. Sho waB
anxious to inakn an Impression. Sun
sutcMtiled, though not exactly as shn
She hnd rend somewhere that the
presiding genius of a ruinous salon bad
a gracious wa of greeting her guests
with "At last" and receiving their
leave taking with a regretful "So i
sunn," Desiring to appear conveisnnt
wuii other languages, she, however.
committed tho noted Kiench woman's'
woids to memory, and dctermlne,d to
use them as her own.
It wns somewhat past tho hour when
hr Hrst I'UMKt arrived and was gleet
cd with "SI tot'" Awnro of the time,
sue was leduced to a tni)stlfled si
Icmt. especially us all othcis vvi ir
met vlth the same amazing salutation,
until at leave taking, the woids "En
Fin!" thiew light nt last upon the sit
uation. "It recalled " said tho narrator "tho
story told of one woman on her return
from her flist tilp nbroad, Sho had
many marvelous gowns and a few lot
elgn phrases, even the simplest of
which sho was continually misapply
ing. One day she rvcelved some culler
In a ncgligo creation and, nt one.
master stroke to cull attention to htr
garb and her erudition, she announc
ed; "I didn't keep you waiting to
dress, but Just ran down to see )ou so,
In my nom de plume."
MARCH 10. 1902
HE HAD EARNED IT.
Vincent II Perkins, for )ears tln
north tow n siiperv Isor of Chit ago, lialfs
from Kentuck) and has all or the
Kentutkian's love for oratory In n po-l
Mtkal (nmpalgn, "The Star Spangled!
nannrr" invoking the memory of the
fntbers of the republic and touching
oil bariels of oratorical red Are. He
would walk four miles to make a cam
paign speech, and he Is never so hap I
;i) as wncn he Is within reaching dis
tance of n tnble suppoitlHg n pitcher
of water niul n glass and is otilo to (
say "Mr. Chairman and fellow cltl
One cold night recently the super
visor was on his-v ay home when he
was stopped li an old enloicd man
who claimed to be a constituent
"Mist" Pehklns." he began, "j mi nil
knows It's gettln' pow'ful cold these,
iieali nights, an' I'm got my wlntah ov
coat In pawn. Could )ou nil lemme (
have 2 to git It out?" ,
Mr. Perkins lenllrcd In a moment
that be wns fine to face with a eondl .
It Ion not a theory, and that the mem-j
The coloicd man ami brother did not
hnzaid a guess ns to where Perkins i
'"got It." but diopped his icipiest for
tempoiai.v accommodation from
, to a nuaiti r.
P'lslsted IITe politician. 1
a nutrtyi 1 on
'" amarement. "
me' Why. I've II
ouartci 1 ilon t Know )ou.
raid the solicitor.
oil nil don t know
listened lo morc'n flf.
' "' "" aPPechcH.
"That settles It." nnnounied Per
l1"" - " ""' earned the mone)."
An" "-e larter was handed over.
BARE SHOULDERS IN LONDON.
Some social wiseacres of Lon loi rre
prophcs)lug that bate shoulders nt
da) light functions will not he tho mode
during the reign of Alexandra
Even In the cat tier )cais of her rclgti
Queen Vlctoita was shoit.iiud fat lu
there da.vs she cimd more about her
personal appearance than she did later,
and she knew that a ilecnlittc hodiie
wus Infinitely mine I
becoming to her
than u high collar.
So derolletuge was the tide nt court I
functions during Victoria's reign and
many u woman shivered dismally i
through thawing rooms and took homo!
a (old as h souvenir of the function. lTl2krC F"9tfkIlCr
tlueen Alexandra, tall, ilendei. and , VJ MWI Cl UUUoW
u'i"' "" a tnroat long enuugn for a
and the ninior has been running
around that pel mission to wear
high couit bodice will lio.ghen'.
Muu an elderly woman, clinging ta
social usponslblllty In spite of ll.nt
matlsm, would welcome the ihnnge;
but It Is doubtful whether even the
thinnest of the )ounger women would
avail themselves of the permission
English women have, peihnps fnm the
habit gained through court lcuulie-
ment, become so wedded to tbo low
Itmllnn t I, n !-,,.,ltel .Innnlln.nnA ti. n
.,.,.. v ,... ,,..oi. uami.i, m
pi oi ei I), nnd that In spite, of th? fact
thnt few1 English women havo beautlfi.i
necks and shouldcis.
It whs Hut Ilarto who ejeil dlsiuilly
n collection of English women, und
when asked his opinion of them sighed
nnd said the) were "much like Info, lor
photogiaphs, over exposed and mulct
The hns-brcn Is not lost, but'gonc be
hind. There ate 2S 173 p!i)slcliins In Oer
Luke F, LeBlond,
Chas. M. LeBlond
ALL COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AT
OFFICE Severance llulldlng.
TEL, 144. IULO. HAWAII.
Arc theperfectinn of shape
In the new Straight-front,
Jow but, bias cut, French
Cored Designs, They give
the new figure effect with
case and comfort,
It tw! fralM W Hltl a llIUa
Oatnllly trlmm4 In Vtmtlnn
BonoJ with .hl.fcon.
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following and they are woi Id
known as the very best
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AND PROGRESS BEER
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CELEBRATED CAL, WINES
We want )oiir order for table
wines We deliver them free
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PORT, SHERRY and MADEIRA
at 75c per gallon.
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93 93 King Street.
Telephone Main 140.
I Grand Song Recital
Under the direction of
V. D. ADAMS.
MME. GENEVRA JOHNSTONE
.. ; BISHOP
Miss Carrie Castle, - Pianist
Mr, J, H. Amine, - Violinist
Mrs. W. L, Whitney, Accomp'st
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, MARCH (Oth
at 8 p. in.
ReHcrved Sents $1. Gnllcry SOc
Tickets for Hale at Wall, NlchoU
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of a series of
Ancient Hawaiian History
for the stage by tho
P0N0I DRAMATIC COMPANY
to bu presented In English by Native
,1 t. . ... . . '
nawauans. a .iieiourama jn two acts,
i ., , , , . ,,, . .
me Laay oi ine iwmgni
New Scenes New Costumes New' Songs
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
I Characteis by tho Company.
Realistic Sceneries have been spe
dally designed und painted for both
I Prices $1, 75 and 50 cents. Box plan
at Wall, Nichols.
Set of 5 maps. $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . , .
THB . a .
65 Queen St.
Personal Effects !
On-Tuesday, March llth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, t
will sell at Public Auction all of the
personal effects. Clothing, Trunks, etc.
of the estate of the late J. C. Strovv.
On Tuesday, March llth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, n large as
sortment of New Hats, both Straw
and Felt, New Shoes, New Dress Goods
New Clothing, both Mens' and Ilo)'s;
New Trousers, New Gloves, New
Shirts, New Shirtwaists, New Crash
Tobacco, Cigarettes, Trunks, Etc.
Joe. F. Morgan,
CALIFORNIA HAY !
On Wednesday, March 12th
AT til O'CLOCK NOON
At my salesroom. 05 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction
100 Rales Fine California Ha)
Just received In good ordei.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Wednesday, March 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. "
At my salesroom, Gu Queen St., I will
Felt at Public Auction
Hand mado Kou, Koa and Mllo Cal
abashes Hawaiian God, Hair Necklaces,
Kapa Sticks. Fish Plates,
Jas. P. Morgan,
Here Is a Chance to Furnish
Your House, or to get New
Pieces in place of jiie
On Wednesday, March 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my snlcsiooni, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
New Fitrnltiue, comprising
New Redioom Sets, Rureaus,
Tables Chairs, Refrigerators.
And also a Alio collection of Books.
Wood eiijui Id inps!
On Friday, March 14th,'
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the piemlses, 1050 Richards St.,
half way between King and Hotel
Sts., I will sell nt Public Auction the
Wooden nutldlngs and Out-Buildings.
Teims CaBh, U. S. Gold Coin; 15
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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