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Our stock of builders' hardware Is the most complete In
the city. Y. & T, goods are universally known to be the
best. We ore sole Agents. The Young building nnd new
Punnhou building nre being fitted throughout wtth these
goods. We have IN STOCK every variety manufactured.
We carry both the dull brass and the old copper finish.
GOODS ALL OPEN TO INSPECTION.
E. O. Hall
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
The question of the development of
nater fop Irrigation purposes upon the
furious plantations thiuughout the
Islands of Hawaii, Is a veij momen
tous subject, and one that calls for a
llgh order of etiglneeilng Knowledge
Upon the Island of Maul much time
klid expense has been expended on the
ubjcct of water declopment, by the
aid ot long tunnels ami drifts driven
ior the purpose ot tapping the natural
subterranean streams ut the higher
t'lcvatluns uud convevlng the water by
gravity to point of use
Among the englnecis In the Hawa
iian Islands at the piesent time who
lias met wltn unqualified success In thu
tlexelopment of water under the above
t-oadlttous Is Carl Wjldcjer of Wul
Juki), Muni, who for the past two and
A halt jeurs has dcotcd Ills vntlro
tlmo and piuctlcal engineering knowl
edge to the subject of vvatei develop
ment and consequent luci eased supply
to the thirst) suit or the dlstiht, I
III the successful development of J
YstJi- supply which In many or the
iane luistng districts of the Hawaiian
Jalauds Is thu all Important feature,
much cure ami good Judgment must be
ixcrctscd as to the geiieiul formation
ot the soil and rock nnd Its (Uncus to
lwld watt i, the jialu of tile lock, anu
iuaay gl the conditions Know u only ta
?a engineer who has made u study ot
-ttater dcrlopmcnt for Jems.
Mr. Wuldejer has been emplo)ed by
the Wulluku Sugar Co (the II. C. & S.
Co.) (or the purpose of developing wa
ter for Irrigation purposes and for mill
ate. He has also developed water for
Dr. J. It. Itajmwid on the KahlUlnul
ftoik ranch. Maul. In an almost arid
Teflon, and bus also been emplu)cd to
iftspect and report upon the possibili
ties for obtaining u water supply f Hi
llock purposes in the KuU distilU of
Jlr. Waldejer comeB from n family
ot mining engineers, his father befote
hi hi hating occupied an enviable posi
tion as one of the leading mining en
gineers In California and w hose mining
operations covered U vast field In the
jirlnclpal mining section of that state.
"The question of the conservation of
the uatnral supply of water emanating
Jroni the higher altitudes of the Sierra
Nevada mountains In the States o
California, aud Nevada Is well under
stood, as likewise the ptcscrwitlon of
the vast aud abundant undergrowth
ihlrh holds In nbeyanie billions of
gallons of water which gladdens the
earth at the extreme Jower iiUltudes.
sod makes valley and plain most fiuil
ful. Mary was a conscientious child. One
day she was allowed to go aud spend
the day with somo little cousins about
her inn age. Aftet taking off her
vrups she went down to her aunt nnd
said, very soberly: "Now. Aunt Cissy,
if Sallie and l.lxzlu are bad tuday,
Uli-um) don't hesitate to punish them
tx'caua- t am here." Tlt-lllts.
OEEHA.VY-S RECENT MASKED
"I bellivc that girl's
& Son, Ltd.
The annual meeting of the Hawa
iian JocKc) Club was held last night
In the basement of tho Hawaiian hotel.
The flist wok of the meeting wns the
choke or officers to scre during the
ensuing cur. Col. W. II. Cornwcll
was re-elected to the presidency by a
unanimous ote, Ldgur Hulstcad, vice
president. Gerrltt 1'. WIlil'i- treasurer
and Claiencc L. Crabbe, secretary.
1'rlncc David Kawjnanakou, Fiank
ilalstend and Secly I. Shaw were chos
en on the executive committee.
The meeting was presided over by
Col. Cornwcll, with C. L. Crnbbe as
secretary. Among tliose piesent were
I'll line Jonah Knlanlanaolc, ldgar
Jlulstend, Col. C. J. ,McCaithy, A. V.
fleai, C II. Drown, Thos. Hollltiger,
W. II. Smith, James Qulnn, Albert I.u
(us. John Sullivan, Alex. Robinson.
Capt. Sonic, George lions and Fianl;
Tlie following were elected to mcni
beishlp: William Norton, Hobcrt Ily
iroft. George Andrews, C. V. Chilling
worth. G. S McKenzle, W. A. Allen,
Carl S. Holloway. W. J. Iuglnnd ami
The reports of the secretary, which
Included those of the treasurer, show
ed that the balance left over from last
eai s meet wns 3.51, and that per
manent Improvements, had been made
nt the Knptolanl track last year to the
r.niuunt of $1319, Including stalls and
Col. McCarthy said he was of the
opinion that more than ouc day's rac
ing was n mistake. The receipts for
the second mid thlid days last jear
were only about $100 and the purser.
$11.00. The piesldtut was of the same
oplnlon and he suggested that the
tegular races be held June 11, which
falls on Wednesday; further that on
the following Saturday there be an
other day's raring.
On motion of James Qulnn, the club
decided not to bar hobbles this ear.
Mr. Qulnn further moved a suspen
sion of section 1 of rule 9 of the Na
tional Tiottlug Association prohibiting
niore than one horse to stait from the
same training stable. This carried.
The meeting adojumed to Monday
evening, March 21, to listen to the
committee's report on program nnd
The Japanese bicycle rider i In this
city ate often conspicuous by their
thoughtlessness and rerklesines? This
morning one of tliim paid thu penalty
for his carelessness h) having Ills
vlicel smashed. He was riding along
King street outside of Lowers &
Cooke's new- building when be ran Into
a Chinese hack used as a laundry wa
gon. The Japanese mnnugi'd to es'opa
tile wheels of thu vehicle but not pn
Ills Idke which was run over by both
wheels and prett) badly smashed up.
All the b slanders who siw Uio .lid.
dent, agreed that It was diu to the
enielessness of the Japanese.
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HEOARD FOR UNCLE SAM.
trying to flirt with me."
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First quarter of tho moon on tne
10th nt 11:43 n. m
Tides from the Untied States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kalitilul and Hllo occur
oliout an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclli tlmo. being
mat of tlio meridian of 167.30. Thu
tlmo whlstlo ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcu
Is the same as Greenwich, on Om.
Masters of vessels Balling from this
port for San Francisco will find thcru
n branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
umce located in tho Merchants Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather llureau, 1'unahoii, March
U. Temperature! .Morning minimum
i:.1, Midday maximum, 78.
llaromctcr nt 9 n. m. 30.03.
Dew Point CCF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 74 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
11. Weather clear; wind S.
Tuesday, March 11.
Stmr. Mtkahala, from Naw III will,
with 4SD0 bags of sugar.
Stmr. Manna, I.on, Slmorson, from
Konn nnd Kan ports, with T0IG bags
of sugar, &l"bags of coffee, 127 bags of
tarn, 104 bundles of bananas, 21 kegs
og butter. 1 bundle of goat skins, 28
head of cattle and 1G1 packages of
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, from Ku
hulhaelc. Am. schr. J. H. Ilruce. Miller, 28
ilnvn fromirnvB Harbor.
Am. schr. King Cyrus', Johnson, CO
da j s from Newcastle.
Am. bk. Olympic, Dvnns, 21 days
from San Francisco.
Monday, .March 10.
Schr, Malolo, Gardner, for llaiulcl
Schr. Iidy, Mokl, for Koolau ports.
S S. Dureka, Weedon, for Annhola.
Tucsdny, March II.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo ntul
Ilr. ship Peter Iredalc, iJiwrence, for
Am. schr. Wm. II. Marston, Curtis,
for San Francisco.
Stmr. Clnudlnc, for Maul ports, at
i p. m.
Stmr. James Makee, for Kllauen, at
4 p. m.
otnir. Wnlalenlo, for Walmea and
.eele. nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, for Nnwlliwill, Ko
'cm, Dlecdu and Hanniepc. at 3 p. m.
utmr. Lehua, for Molokal ports. 5
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr,
Klmfu. March 11 11. I. .Hobs. C. Sa.
wnno, II. A. Kohlei, A. C. Kohler,
Henry Kohler and wife, Mrs. Twister
nnd son, Miss F. G. Moor, Miss i: M
llcnucn. II. L. Williams. II .Moore. A.
Hamberg. A. V. Gear, Mrs. Dr. Nott,
Miss i: Sargent, II. It. Ding nnd
wife. D. Howard llltchcoelc, W A
Sexton. J G. Hothwcll, W. C Pea
cock, John W. I'ei rls and wife, Miss
11. naelgalupo. Mis. C. F. Gunther,
Mrs. II. . Puxton nnd child. Miss I.
Derry. Miss M, Ilerry, tl. W. Mooiu
and wire. I . A. Greenwood. 1;. W
Harle, Paluua Woods, II. .f. Hosier
U. 11, 8turges. E. P. Williams. Dr
E. W. Young, Carl S. Smith. It. L
Dontllller, I). II. Oehr, W T.
Schmidt. Horace J. Craft. T. 1. l.an.
sing, Thomas Holloway, T, C, How
oil. Miss L. Wllhelm, Mrs. J. W. Mc
Guire, K. Ynmanii nnd who nnd rhlld.
.Miss J. ljirncd. Miss C. C. Phelps.
Miss F. Hadllek, .Miss A, Anderson.
Mrs. lA-ong Yee. Mrs. C. II. Itnmsay,
nurse and tin en children: Hev. W,
Aiilt. U. Arlobe, C. '. lienton, K.
1'iom Kona nnd Knu ports, per
stmr. Mauna Loa, March 11. I) E,
J.neas. C. Doyle, II, Matsuda. 11 It.
llaiina, Mrs. M. Ashbeiry. T. II. .Mac
Fa i land. It. C Manard, Master .
Smith, Manuel Andru, Mrs. M. Andra,
Miss Minnie Amiia, Miss Lucy Andrn,
Miss Mary Andra. C. II. Al.l nnd wife.
l It. Hewitt, MIhs M. Morris. Mrs.
Jnmes Mnnbolen, Mrs. M Medelrog.
. ... lnrden, Yo Lee, and C8 on
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
March 11, G p. m. 11. T. llayselden
and wire, Mrs. 13. II, Wodchousc, Mr.
Warner, P, I. Snyder, Mr, Groeii. A.
C Alexander, Mrs. K; Manuo "and
daughter, Geo. Kauahoa, Dr.' Pratt,
Mrs. Huutlnston, T. F. Sedgwick, J.
Fugljoshl, ltVsuklgara, .Mis. H. Abo,
T M Haiti! and Hev. S Innl.
.YIAUNA LOA ARIUVUS.
The steamer Mnuna Lot, Captnlu
Slmeison, arrived fioin Komi anil Kail
pints at 10 o'clock this morning with
twenty-one cabin and fifty-eight deck
passengeis nnd 701U .bags of sugar.
Purser Slmerson icpoits smpoth ra.
and veiy little wind along the H.'iiin-
kun roast, with somo rain. Along the
Kau coast line weather and snunth
seas wero experienced, while good
weather with smooth seas chararlci li
ed the passage along the Kona ccmit.
The schooner Eclipse was passed off
Kcauhou. The Noeau was to leave
Honokaa nt noon today. In the chan
ncl the Mauna Loa had ''soft" winds
nnd smooth seas, accoidlng to Purser
Chief gunner, with a salaiy of $1800
n j ear. Is the best-paid noneommU
sloncd officer In the amiy.
WANTED Situation ns cook In n
first-class hotel or Institution. Ad
dress I. L., this office. 2092-lvv
WANTED 500 pianos to tunc. Ad
dress J. W. ilnll. P. O. ba 473.
FOR 8ALE I.ot 64x90 feet on lane
Just off mauka sldo of Vineyard St,
near bridge, with a two storied
lodging house thereon, quite new and
built at a cost of $1000. Apply to J
M. Monsnrrnt, Campbell blk.
NEW - TO-DAY
Princess Knwananakon will hold nt
"Punlellanl," Wnlklkl. n "Hawaiian
Reception Day on Friday, March 14th,
1902, from 3 to 6 p. m. 2002-31
ST. PATRICK'S DAY BANQUET.
Tickets may be obtained from C. J.
McCarthy, C. F. Chllllngworth, W. F.
Living. U II. Dec. Thomas I. Dillon,
Guy Livingston, J. A. Hughes, J. C.
ll'i.nn, Charles McGonngle.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the adjourned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of the Hawaiian Fi
bre Company, Limited, held Saturday,
the 8th Inst., the following officers
were duly elected to serve for tho en
suing year, viz.:
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice President
Walter C. Weedon
Secretary and Treasurer
W. G. Ashley Auditor
The same constitute the Hoard' of
WALTER C. WEEDON.
Secretary and Trensurer Hawnllnn
Flbie Company, Ltd..
111 PL4V AT
Immed'ntely following the baseball
game played on thu Mo MM gi omuls
yesterday afternoon the Junior Assn
elation football gamo between the Pu
nanou and Mnlle-lltma tennis wns play
ed and won by tho lattei by one goat
to nothing. The bojs weie very eager,
having waited all the afternoon for the
baseball mntcli to finish, nnd the gamo
was hot Horn the instant thu whistle
blew The Mnllo forwards piovcd a
good combination and Kept tho ball
among themselves, pnsslng freely to
one nnother. but those of Punnhou
while doing lietote Individual work
lulled through lack of combination.
For the loseiB llttln Murray, as back
proved a surprise, and, although this
Is his first match, played a cool game,
kicking with ceitaluty and precision
'l ne 'play of Osborn. Dnlley nnd Erllrli
for the wlnnets was the most nolo
worthy, the last named kicking the
only goal of the day.
The Punahou star player. Audiows,
ii, . not put In an appearance, hnd he
played, the result mtgtit have been
different, nnd the Mnlles would have
lost their last t banco for the medals.
The line-up was:
Malle Forwnrds, Osborn, Dnlley,
Erllrli: backs, l.tldwlgsen, Tinner;
Punahou Forwards. Dowsett, Drel
er. Dodge; baiks, Magoon. .Murray;
Tho next game will take place tomor
row nt 4:45 p. m., when the protested
game between the Wanderers and
Mlle-lllmas will be pinyeii, Tho line,
up will probably be ns follows:
Maile-lllmas Goal. C. l.tldwlgsen;
backs, P. Erlic'i and II. Nottr-forwartls.
. . Oslioin (captain), II, Hallcy and 1.
WnndeieiB Goal. II. Kinsley; backs
F, Auerliac-h and W. nnllcntne: for
wards. II. Auerbarh (cnptnln), I. Hal
ley and J. Nott
iE NOW SWoTED
A lacrosse club Is being formed hcnj
and within a few da)s will begin prac
tlclng on the drill bhed grounds. Thu
game Is a very popular ono In Canada
mid tho Eastern States and will be In
tioduced here for tho Hist time by ex
pel ts who learned the Ins and outs ot
the spoit on the Mainland. .Many to
cal plajers have signed to go In and
team tho gamo and It Is thought that
ull the uthetlc clubs, the iitllleiy and
colleges will be Induced to take up thu
spoit so that nctlve competition will ho
tllR reutlll ntlil thn n-anin pmw In 4n.f
i, .-... H.... ..- n.,...w n.wi, .,, ,,i,w(
Lacrosse Is as exciting' as polo and
ijiucii mure scieiicinc, .Ml ma mnierinis
ro'r the grille are now here and ,su in
dent equipment to supply two teams
Is ready. Tliose who will form the
pioneer lacrosse team aio Chess, Cham
berlain. John Clark, Finnk and, Iluiiy
Bachelor, .1. N. Schacfer, T. Hlttz, It.
Mullln.fJ. Jones and Messrs, ltoht. Me
Conlston, llert Mace, Thompson,
(Jhamhcis Chilton, Holster nnd Wise.
Tho native boys should pinko good
players ns they me long winded and
can tun welt. Their sight Is also vcty
good nnd tills n great point In In
ciosse. The game Is played on foot mid
requires the gieatest of skill and ngll
Ity. Once tntioduced In Honolulu, It
cannot full to Bueceed. It will most
certainly be popular with nil rlasses.
Theic will be practice of this game on
the Mnklkl giounds this afternoon nt o
Piofessor In the sentenro "money
talks," parso "money."
Student Money Is a noun, nomina
tive enso, feminine gender
Piofussor Feminine gender? How
do you make that?
Student It talks, doesn't It? Do
tiolt Frco Press,
Many jenrs have passed by since the
taste of the music loving public of Ho
nolulu has been so well satisfied as It
was at the lecltal given by Madame
Gcncvra Johnstone-Hlshop In the
Opera House last night. Honolulu au
diences have the name of being vary,
eold, pnrtlculaily when passing silent
judgment on music but there wns a
most enthusiastic gathering In the
Opera House last night, Madame,
lllshop won her audience when she.
(list stepped before the footlights and I
when she hnd finished Verdi's "Pace
Pace, Mlo Dlo," the genuine enthusi
asm uf her listeners knew no bounds '
It was about 8.30 o'clock befoic the
conceit begnn, the management wish-1
Ing to have everyone In his sent before '
the work should begin. When that I
hour had been reached, every Bent In'
the orchestia. driss elide and balcony J
was occupied, the best people in Hono
lulu being o.it In gicat numbeis. The
light I in ml lower box was occupied by
Pilnce and Princess Kuwannnakon and
Prince nnd Princess Knlanaiiaale white
the opposite box was occupied by Gov
ernor mid Mis. Dole and their party.
The buv. above the princes wns occu
pied b n naitv or seven. Doth loges
weie filled with Jolly society people, I
tho guests ot Albert Cunbii.
The stage was very simply but et-fc-ctlvc)-.
decorated. On the piano was
n bunch of pale pink loses while on
the left was n (able with a huge bunch
of 'mm (golds. About the base or the
music lack weie strewn a lot or yellow-
The number of the piogrnm was the
nllegio (Mil Sonata) of Hecthovcn, on
piano mid violin, by .Miss Castle and
Mr. Amine. This selection wns vvellj
No special mention need be made oft
the various selections with which Ma
dame Hlshop delighted her audience
last night. Shu satisfied ever) one und
when n singer can do that, her music
has reached about the highest notch
nttnlnnble. She gave three big alias
which would tax the strength or the
strongest and she sang ns well ut tho
end as the beginning, Madame Hlsh
op Is to be judged from the artistic
plane and fiom that standpoint her
work during the concert lust evening
wns delightful as to tone, quality unci
cnunelutlon. Each tone was thrilling,
null b) liable distinct und the singing
pleased the minds us well us tlif cars
nt the audience.
The singing of "Kuu Pua I P.ionl.u
l.ml," a copy of which was pieserfJd to
Mndaiue Hlshop, could not have been (
done better by singers of the soil. The
plaintive btraln that runs thiough all
Hawaiian music, the tuny pi minced
easily and ns the filial notes died nwuy,
Prince David Kuvviiuunakoa nodded
his approval, smiled uud then applaud
ed. This moi nln g ho said: "Madame
Hlshop delighted me. She sings Ha
waiian music like a Hawaiian nnd 1
believe she felt cveiy word of thft song
The second selection of Miss Unstlo
and Mr, Amme, the Allegro from up,
13 of Grieg, was so well done that an
encoie wus demnnded und leullv the
second. .select Ion vns better' thirti the
flist. MrsW. I.i"Whltuey ns accom
panist woFexccllent. Madame Hlshop
cpmptlmentep' her on her playing .iflcr
Hie ioptcit was over,
Madame Hlshop has declil'd to nc
cept the kind Invitation of thn Kilo
hnti.t Ait Leat-iiJ nnd n leclhil v. Ill tin
givin there Suturilsy aftc-noon (. 3i
ocloek. The nii-nngements will be an
It should be 'mentioned that ntler
evciy selection ot Mndan-a (llslioi thn
limtd usher handed he.- up bouquets,
baskets ot flowers and lels.
KOLACE I-OULP.D ALHATUOHH.
Woul hns m rived heio that tho Na
val transport Solace rcnhed hau
I'runelseo Horn this pent In due time.
Af'n.on as she go' inside the hnihor
she took command of the bay, us ?ha
did heie nnd straightway mad) a bee
lino for the Fish Commission's boat,
tho Albatross. Shu fouled Urn latter'
anchor and the captain of the Albat
ross, seeing that tioublo was about to
ensue, slipped Ills anchors and put to
sen to fbvii his ship and allow tho
Naval boat plenty or loom In which to
Are the perfection of shape
In the new Straight-front,
low butt, bias cut, French
Gored Designs. They give '
the new figure effect with
cue ana comfort. sj
Hit W..1 (rata .f (..III ui UallM .
D.Ulllr Irlmm.J In Valm.l.on.a "
AanaJ with whaUSana.
Iff TO 910 V PER PAIR. '",,
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We are sole agents for the
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We want jour order for table
wines. Wo deliver them free
nt the following prices
CLARET, 50c per gallon.
PORT. SHERRY and MADEIRA
at 75c per gallon.
GOMES & MGTIGHE
93-95 King Street.
Telephone Main 140.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of n Hcrlcs of
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
ior tne stage uy tne
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In English by Native
Hawaiian!. A Melodrama In two acts,
The Lady of The Twilight
New Scenes New Costumes New Songs
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by tho Company.
Realistic Sceneiles have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
Prices $1, 75 and 50 cents. Box plan
at Wall, Nichols.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work In
of the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston'Block.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALER8 IN
We will Duy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts ot the group.
Wo will Soil Properties on Reason
nblo Commissions. Tel. Main 125.
10 WEST KINO STREET.
Set Q 5 mope, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . . ,
THE . . .
h Tt TjwmMmn&
65 Queen St.
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY
On Wednesday, March 1 2th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho old KIslimarket wharf, near
foot ot Maunakea street, I will sell at
Public Auction, for account of whom
It may concern (
730 Dags, moro or less, of Iltce Pad
dy, damaged by unit water ex schooner
Allco Kimball on voyage of importa
tion from Kauai, Ellscn, master,
Jas. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, March 11, 14)'
CALIFORNIA HAY !
On Wednesday, March 12th
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 63 Queen street, I
wilt sell at Public Auction
100 Rales Kino California Hay.
Just received In good order.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Wednesday, March 2ttr, (
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. H.
At my salesroom, 05 Queen St., I will
sell at Public Auction
Hand-made Kou, Koa and Mllo Cal
Hawaiian God, Hair Necklaces, .
Kapa Sticks, I'ish Plates, fl ,
And Cuspidors. ,.
Jas. F. Morgan '
Here is a Chance to Furnish
Your House, or to get New
Pieces in place of the
On Wednesday, March 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, US Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
New Furniture, comprising
Now Bedroom Sets, Bureaus,
Tables. Chairs, Refrigerators.
And also a line collection of Hooks.
Wooden JJuildhFS !
On Friday, March 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho premises, 1050 Itlchards Be
half way between King nnd Hotel
Sts., I will sell at Public Auction the
Wooden Buildings and Out-Bulldlngs,
Torms Cash, U, S. Ood Coin; 15
days' 'removal. ' 14,
- . !,
JAS. F. MORGAN. '
65 Queen St