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evening. npLLirrm, Honolulu n. t.. riwuY. march n, 1002.
LIGHT ROADSTER WEIGHT 20 LBS,
The one cllsplnycd In our window with the HLUE HEAD.
(unrnntccd tor the ronil.
E. O. Hall
A. V. GnAR, President. EMMETT MAY, Secretory.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insui c your Life. Property . Household Goods or Merchandise
In the best find strongest companies, as represented by
The Honloulu Investment Co,, Ltd., Merchant St,. Judd Building
JUST RECEIVED PER GERMAN
also IRON MATERIAL FOR RAILROAD CARS for 30-Inch track,
For sale in quantities to suit, at lowest market prices by
H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building,
MADE IN THE
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present site to n pine vvlioe envlion
meut nil! lie more conducive to (In
purposes of n Refoniuteii) School
Industrial Si liool fur Girls It has
ttn called to the attention of tlio
Grand Jury tlint ouug girls are fru-
no.,,,. I. .till...,,, ,11 .1 riliAitl I -l.l twitiri u,
.(UI....J uvwuulu u uiviit v i""i" pl "r
premise, mid wo it commend that
laws be enacted to piovcnt the Rather
I UK of chlldnu between the ages of ID
and IS at such plans and lor the 10
ere piinUlnin nt for dthnucher of
children. These, gills will become
mothers of thu future Kent ration und
an Institution should Ixi provided h)
(lie Government for joung girls where
lliey can find a home and be taught
plain household duties, and a law
should bo enacted to provide that tlio
Government stiull care for such girls
whero their patents nie uunble or nil
milling to do ho
Tlio buildings are the same as pre
viously reported, and with very little
changes are In the same conditions.
Ward 1 Known ns the violent wurd,
yean complained of as being very poor
ly ventilated; we found it to limit been
We found tlie. pol factory to he In
ri auUlary condition
Ward C Was next Inspected, The
'Ventilation was poor. The roof should
he painted wltn Amble p-ilnt. Tho
lighting is poor, the bedding and pil
lows all in Kior condition. This should
be attended to Immediately. I
The Kitchen The Kitchen Is Kept
clean and the cooKIng lac llltles are
good. White the food ulliiwances aru
sufficient and wholesome, we leceiin-
menu tnnt mole vegetables lie pm
Ward 3 Is all right In ever) respect
excepting the ventilation 'IIiIr should
be Improu-il, ns pictluiisly lecom
Ward 'i Women's wind was found
lo be O. K.
Ward 5 Pilvnti. wmd. In nl n.,.s..i,t .
and has been Tor n long while unnc.cu. . Wo also Investigated the slaughter
pled, houses nnd vvcio Infoimed that thu
Hath for remain Patients A hath ?amo nc, tn 1)e removed from Iwllel
for the female patients Is much need-1"' V'e,n(,,ar r"t,,r,e' , , . ,
e-d, nnd should he. provided. Atpres-I Htnckndo An Investigation of the
ent these patients have lo use the '"J'U'Hon ,t lllol In reference to tlio
men's baths. toli toc Icacla and the vicinity, show a
Drainage System Wo recommend n,"n,'''- of lodging houses occupied by
that the drainage, system bo put In niopolltun class, .no mornl con
military condition idltlons existing there aro tho same as
Patients There are 131 patients at,nro fo."ml .ln "?ry cheap lodging
the, asvlum on our visit. 21 females
and 104 males. At that time there
were eight female, mid 1!) males pa
tlents on parole We found a lady pa
tient, the wife of a person of more
than ample means, who was allowing
hur only $2.50 per month foi her
-washing aud now and tin n a cheap ho
leAu and a pilr of shoes
Special Caro and Attention We. rec
ommend that patients who could re
celve better attention through prlvnto ilod amount to$137.868.34, Including
means should ho requited to bo pin- $1&'Jii.48 for unpaid bills. No well con
tided by their relatives with special ducted business house would for a
caro and attention (moment entertain the Idea or expend
The close proximity or the women's Ing this largo amount or money, ox
ivaid to those ror the men seem to! cent under the direction or a well nald
liavu a very bad effect on tho patients,
In losponse to our query why Im
movements wero not made according
to the recommendations of pi lor
Grand JurleB, we weio told that tho
lack of funds pru vented them being
Particular attention Is called to tho
following extract from a letter from
Dr. Cbailes I), Coopor, dated the 19lh
day or February, 1902, expressing his
views concerning tho asylum and
itroogly urging a change, in tho ss
SEEN IT ?
& Son, Ltd.
SHIP "MARIE HACKFELD"
tern ami general management of that
Institution We quote Ills views as
"In tlio flrt place, the grounds are
too llmlud for the number of patients
thiovvlng the sexes In too close prox
imity not enough space for proper ex
Some of the buildings aro eiy old
and nro and nlun)s lime been 111 j
uciapicci to mi purposes ior wnicn iney
were liullt Rooms badly lighted and
ventilated, resembling rather n prison
than a hospital for tlio 'brain sick.'
It Is n disgrace to the Tenltory that
n ,. Inetltlltlnn nf tlila r,,-,!,.,. uhnm nil
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thing should be Kept cheerful mid
bright, plent) of sun and good nil.
good palatable rood, airy, blight
wauls good beds, outdoor amusements
and occupations, that the opposite)
state of affairs exists contrnry to tlio
iciommendatlons of the Iloaul of
Iltalth for a sufficient appropilatlon
to the Inst Legislature Thcie Is nb
sulutel) no place suitable to put a
person accustomed ecn to moderate!
comforts of life.
A saving feature of the whole sys
tem Is that, owing to our even cli
mate, the greater part of the clay Is
spent In the open air.
To bo sine, the majority of the In
mates are Asiatics and other nation
'alltles, not supersensitive to their
suiroundlngs, hut there is no doubt
that under more favorable conditions
a large percentage of cures could bo
ll certainly calls
for radical changes
as soon as funds can be legislated for
In view of the foicgolng findings
and recommendations, wo strongly
recommend to the couit having Jur
isdiction in this matter, to make
known to tho next Legislature thu
urgent need of making n liberal appro
prlatlnn for tarrlng out these iccom
mutilations for tho hotter care nnd
maintenance of the Hospital for the
oard of Health.
Wb lift o Inspected the Government
wush houses and found snme In an In
if. Hillary condition,
I We recommend that tlie same ho
I put In a sanitary condition under the
supervision or tlio noaici or llealtli,
i'10"e uirougnom tne city.
The building Known as tno "old
stockade" Is not at the piesent time
occupied by prostitutes.
Creation of a Department of Public
Wo recommend that a Department
of Public Health bo created with paid
The. appropriations for tho Iloaul of
Health during the present biennial po-
1 lausgor. devoting substantially all his
tlmo to the duties or his position 10
expect that any man can, and will bo
so public splilted as to glvo up his
business or piofesslon, and assume
such millions duties and heavy ro
uptinslbllltles wltho.it pay, Is contrary
to 11111 inn experience and, In the. long
run, Ills pulley must be a saving at
tlio spigot nnd wasting at tho bung
The Banltnry problems of this Ter
ritory nie peculiarly difficult and pel-
plcxtng, It has In round numbers n
tl ousand lepers to bo cared for. It Is
In the tropics and has much low-lying
snd Insanitary lands In Honolulu and
ciscwhie It has an extremely mixed
pcpulatlon, n large proportion of
whom have no Idet of sanitation, and
will do nothing to 1 eep their ptcmlses
dean except under compulsion It lies
olt the highway between tho United
States, the Orient and the llrltlsh Col
onies ami Is constantly exposed t ,
contagious nnd Infectious discuses
The 'ire litems arising from tlico con
ditions make the work of sanitation its
Important and responsible as tho wont
of any department In tho Territorial
Wo think it pinner to say tlint wo
consider the present Hoard of Health
with the exception of the Attorney
General, who recedes n salary, re
markably devoted and self-sacrifllclug
In tljclr work The present sstcm
was created when tho snnltnry prob
Iciiib of the Hawaiian Islands were
comparatively simple; It Is extreme
ly well adapted for a typical Amerl
can village or town not exposed to In
faction or contagion from other coun
tries, having no disease like leprosy
to deal with, nnd In which an over
whelming majority of the people vol
untarlly and Intelligently keep their
own premises In a sanitary condition
Its members are exceptionally good
men. hut its machinery Is, in our opln
Ion, inadequate for an economical and
efficient performance of the work It
has to do.
Changes in Criminal Laws.
Many of the laws now in existence
In this Territory, for instance the law
relating to larceny In the second de
gree, provides n punishment by I in
prlsonmcnt at hard labor nut more
than two eais or by a line not ex
ceedlng $lUi) section 132. pngo 80.
Penal Laws of 1897. Section 200, page
loij of the Penal Laws of 189, pro
vldes a punishment for malicious in
Jur b liiipilsonment nt haul labor
not mure than two cars or by n fine
not exceeding $IUU0. Section 215, page
I ill of thu Penal Laws of 1SU7, lelat
ing to felonious branding of cattlu pio
Ides a punishment nt haul laboi not
more) than two jears, nnd many other
offenses pinvide a punishment by Im
prlKimineut at haul labor not moie
than two eats, of which offenses prior
to annexation, the District Magistrates
of this country had Jurisdiction, hut
by ii number of decisions by tho Su
premc Court of the United States any
offenses which render n person liable
to Imprisonment nt hard labor for
mine than one eai Is called an Infa
mous offense, of which District Magls
trates have no Jurisdiction to tiy. It
hns theicfore become necessary, since
the Organic Act went Into effect, to
taho such cases hcfoic the Grand
In order to give the District Slagls
tiutes of this Teirltory Jurisdiction, ns
wo hao metnloned, It will bo neces
sary to amend the existing laws ol
this Ten Hen j where they piovlde for
moie than one ear's impilsonment up
to two J ears, by striking out the word
"two" nnd inserting the word "ono" In
Its place, so as tn comply with the de
cision of the Supicme Coil it of the
United Stutes, or by somo other
nmciidme nts of a HKo nature, giving
the District MngUtiatcs Jurisdiction in
The Liquor Question.
Pursuant to tho special charge
Your Honor gave to this Grand Jury
in ii ferciice to llquoi licenses, we have
Investigated the same and leport as
We ii-commend that not moie than
one liquor license be Issued to an
We also recommend that no licenses
foi liquor saloons be granted without
the consent of nt least two thirds ol
the occupants of adjacent buildings on
me htieet within Sou feet of the prem
ises In which the saloon is to bo Joint
ed In cities und towns, and within n
r. dins or n half mile In countiy ills
tilets, and further that no saloon ho
lctati cl within hair a mlio or any pub
lie landings outside of Honolulu.
Wo appiovc of the piesent limits
established for tho bale of distilled
liquors In the city or Honolulu, nnd
io recommend that same bo not ex
tended Wo recommend that all Prlnio II
censes for beer saloons ho continued
until their expiration, or until a spe
cial session of tho Legislature Is call
ed. We recommend that n neutral zone
about 30 feet in width be established
about the present saloon limits and
tho cltj front, where no Intoxicating
liquors shall bo sold, and i.iat outside
of this neutral zono, licenses for the
sale of puro beer under proper re
strictions be 'granted upon the pay
ment of 2n0.
Wo recommend that stringent laws
lie enacted to suppress the distillation
of oKoIehao and tho brewing of
swipes. Tho present Federal laws
punish the brewing and sale of swipes
by lines up to $2000 nnd Impilsonment
up to five jenrs, and by framing Terrl
torlla laws, such that tho Terrltoilal
and I'eileial officers can work in con
junction, we bellevo Hint this evil enn
be entirely suppressed.
Wo lecommend that a law ho enact-
en piohlultlng tho employment of ml'
nors in liquor saloons and also prohib
iting Illinois from entering or congre
gating about liquor saloon premises.
There have come 10 tho notlee ot
thU Grand Jury two communications
from prhnte citizens for Investigations
which jenir Orand Jury deem Impor
tant tn dwell on.
1. In refcrenco to the meter system
of the Hawaiian Klectrlc Co., Ltd, Aft
er due consideration, we deem It prop
er that such complaint bo directly
brought to tho court In civil piocedure.
2. Tho communication from Mr,
John M. Vlvus calling for an Investiga
tion of his character resulted In find
ing hd evidence; and Wo hold him
blameless from any knowledge or
TO LET Furnished
dined to 9 month
fiont room, re-
Ii3 Vine) aril St.
FOR SALE New upright piano; no
reasonable offer refused, Address
X., this office, 2095 3w
WANTED Young man desires situa
tion as waiter; short order cook,
or storekeeper In hotel, restaurant
or steamer; fully experienced, and
speaks Kngllsh, French and Spanish.
Address S. A. Y Hulletln. 2095-lw
wrong Intentions of the matter Investi
gated. In conclusion, tho Grand Jury de
sires to express Its appreciation of
tho ability, thoroughness, fairness,
dignity nnd courtesy which hnvo been
tho unfailing chart ctcristlcs through
out its sessions, of John W Catlicart
Hsq, the Deputy Attorney General of
A list of nil cases Investigated by
tho Grand Jurv, showing those In
which tine bills of Indictment were
round and those in which bills of In
dlctmcnt were Ignored. Is hereto nt
tached and made n part of tins report
CHA3. S. Di:SKV,
M Hninard, the Krench sculptor has
Just completed at Paris the model of a
statue of Marshal Itoctiamheau, to be
presented to the city of Washington ns
n companion to the statue nf l.afny
ette. The work of casting flip bronco
will begin this week nnd It Is hoped
that the finished statue will he ready
10 sena to tnc unucti mates next .vprn
Admiral Dewey and Joseph Jeffer
son, tho actor, arc Inseparable friends
nt Palm Ile-nch. They frequently
stroll In the Btibttibs of the Florida re
sort, and wero seen sitting on n fence
swinging their feet like two school-
bo, having a good, old fashioned talk
about a lot of Intcreotltig things, with
out being Interrupted.
lllzzcr Upon what docs Flasher
base his claims of being a society
man? Huzzo!- He's hnd gout and np
pendicltls. Ohio Stnto Journal
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Saturday ,, 13
Sunday .. 'it
Monday ., ., Uy
50 1 it ,
9 t, t 0 4 il
1 4S 4 to 49
First quarter of the moon on tno
lGth nt 11:43 a. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and IIIIo occur
about an hour earlier than nt Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wcih time, being
tunt of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle ..ows nt 1:30 p. ra., widen
Is tho same as Greenwich, (la 0m.
Masters or vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thcrj
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
unico located in tno .Merchants ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complcto sets
or charts and directions or tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dingers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to occau
Weather Ilurcau, Punuhoii. Match
14. Temperatuie Morning minimum,
03; Mldady mlxtmum. 79.
Hniomcter nt 9 a, m. 30.08. Itlslug.
Dew Point CCF.
Humidity nt 9 n. ni. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Mnich
14. Weather clear jwlnd light NK.
Thursdn, Match 13
U. S A. T. Kgbcrt. I lanes. 23 davjc
riom Manila with troops fur San Finn
clsco Friday, Match II.
O. S S Alameda, Hcrrlman, ft cm
San Fianclsco ;1 p, m,
Str. Kauai, Driilin, from Hamimnulu
w 111) C358 caegs sugar,
Str. Maunn I.oa, Slmerson, for Konn
and Kau ports.
Str. Hannlel. for Honuapo and Punn
luu, at 12 noon.
Thursday, March 13.
P. SI. S. S. Peru, Plllsbnr, for Hong
kong, Yokohama and .Manila.
Str. Sllkahahi, Gregory, for Kauai
I' S. N. Collier Alexander, Nickels
for Norfolk, Vn.
Friday, Starch 11.
Am. bK. Mohican, Kc.ll), for Sail
For the Orient, per S. S. Pom, .Mm.
13 Sirs. J. S. .Minor, Sirs. L. II. Col
lins, W, H. Corbln, L. R. Tuttle.
For Kauai port per str, SIlKiihnla,
Slur. 13 .Mrs. W. Stoddait, SIlss Potts.
Charles Gay, Charles A. Rice, A, W,
Todd, T. A, Hudson, J, F. Huniburg,
Sir. Clemens, 1.. E. llecbc.
For Kora and Kau ports, per Str.
Slnuna Loa, Slarch 11 J, D. Kakl, Sirs.
J. U. Josepa, C. K. Fardcn, SIlss Palo
klko, SIlss A. H. Arnold, A. Durago,
Rev. K. Shlsokl, Rev. A. 11. We) mouth,
Nellie Kino, SIUs Slaiy Peck, Mis. Du
logo, Rev. SI. IJ. Slha, E. W. Van Sen
den, G, H. Rohertson, Slics Fenwrll,
SIlss T. Slarens, Sirs. E. C. Grecnwell,
A. SI, Aheonn, Sirs. Kealohn Wutton,
J. W Klnamoku. SIlss E. K. Phllps.
From San Finnelsco, per O. 8. S. A'"
medu, Slaieli II C. E. Abbott, .Miss C.
Ahiuhnmson, r. W Aust, J. II Ullss,
A. N, Drown and wife, SIlss Slab Iluch
I), W. 11. Cult, Sirs. Calt, H. A. Chop
man, C, D, Chute, Sirs. Chase, Sirs. S.
II. Cheek, C. SI Cooke, Sirs. II. W.
Cuift, F. F. Ciowson, E. 1 4. Cutting,
S Ehrllch, Miss L. l-Viy, Albert Flank.
Mis. Flunk, Miss Johanna I'lein, Mit.
E L. Geddlngs, .1. Hajdcn, Sirs. M. W.
Heirlek. W. J. liowatt. Sirs, llowatl.
Miss G. Johnson, SIlss II, G. Hufcut,
C. W Klley, Sirs. B C Sliicfarl.inv.
F. W. Slncrnrlane, Sirs. Slnefarluuc, G,
Slucfurlane, W Slacfarlwne, It, W, SJud
den, M. J, SleCune, Sirs. SlcCiinc nnd
two children, II. F, Parker, A. II, I).
Paterson, E. Prlckett, Sirs. Pricket.
Miss Grace Robertson, S. W. Rose, A,
SI. Scott. H. Slcl). Spencer. E. 1). Ten
ney, Sirs. Tenne), W. K. Vlckery, Sirs.
Vlckery, Slastcr Vlckery, SIIbs II, SVal
deyer, E. II. F. Woltcr, SIlss M. I.
MPAaLW ...-i. WS !,'
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrayst
Notice Is hereby given thnt the ani
mals described below havo been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
Mnklkl, Kona, Island of Onhu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
aro sooner satisfied will bo Bold at
tho date hereafter named according to
.March 11. 19U2 1 Hay Slare, und
pcrlbable brand, white stioKo on
foreluad and white spots on the
hack, left hind leg white, others
black, all shod.
Tho above straed nnlmals will h
sold cm Saturda), SIar.29, 1902, 12 noon
If not called for befora the dato men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
2094 .It Poundmnster
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII Octo
ber Telin. 1901 Amendment of
Rule 4 ltulo 4 of tho Supreme
Couit Is amended so ns to rend as
4. Transcript of Evidence.
A suitable book shall be kept ln the
office) of the clerk of the Supreme
Court In which any pnitj. In person
or Ijj attorney, desiring for use on ap
peal, en or or exceptions u transcript
of the notes of evidence tnken by a
couit stenographer in any case, may,
after verdict or decision, enter his
name, the name of tlie pally In. lepre
scnts. the title of the ease, the date of
entr), and the name of the stenogra
The clerk shall forthwith glvo notice
of such entry to the stenugiapher who
took the notes or evidence in tho case
The stenographer Bhall mnl.c. and
fiunlsli the transcript with nil icnson
able dispatch In the order of such no
tice, unless otherwise directed by a
Justice of the Supreme Souit or a
Judge or a Clicuit Court, and shall
note on the tianscrlpt hie dato upon
which It Is furnished or tendered and
the name or the person to whom It Is
furnished or tendered; provided, how
eter, that In cases In which tho ste
nographer Ih entitled to pajment for
such transcript, he may within Ave
tin) a nfttr receiving such notice re
quest In writing the paity or his attor
nc), who made tho entry, to deposit
cash, or furnish security, within ten
da)s after such request, sufficient to
cover tho cost of such tinnsciipt, nnd
unless such lequest Is compiled with
within such time, such entry nnd no
tice will bo or no effect and tho Bte
noginpher need not miiKo such trans-
cilpt; nnd provided further thnt niter
the stenographer shall have made any
stub transcript for which ho Is on
titled to pnjmeut ho need not furnish
the same until paid for.
In case a party. In person or by nt
tornej, deslies to mako or procure a
transcript or copy of tho evidence with
out tho aid of tho couit stenugiapher
lor use oil appeal, error or exceptions,
he. shall obtain" from a Circuit Judge
leave to Hie within a specified tlmo
such transcript or copy.
Unless such entry Is made or such
leave Is obtained within ten dins after
tlio filing of tho notleo or appeal, of
the writ or error or bill of exceptions,
and unless such tinnsciipt or copy of
evldenco Is Hied within ten dn)s alter
It Is tendeicd by a court stenographer
or within the specified tlmo when pio-
cured without the old of a court Btu
nographei, such tiansulpt or copy or
evidence will not be considered by tho
Supiome Couit upon such appeal, enor
11) the Couit:
Honolulu, T IL, Slnrch 12, 1902.
RASSH'SSEN-In Honolulu. March 13,
190.', to tho wife of A. Itasniussen j
8end the weeklv arittlnn nt u,. n..i.
letln to your friends. Only il a year.
ArS tbeirfccllon ot shape
h the now itrfiljht-front,
lo-, tust, bins cut, Trench
Gored Oculgiis. They give
the new figure effect wth
cases nnd comfort.
rl.te In th h gr4o wX MKtll i llMn
Cleht. Dln,lty trlmmcJ In Vftlraclfnn
LM. Stl with wSaUbn.
IV TO now PCRPAJR.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of n series ol
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for the stage by tho
i PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
'to he prosnted tn English by Native
I 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 Sceneries have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
Prices $1, 75 and 50 cents. Box plan
at Wall, Nichols.
GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT
Opera House, Monday, Mar, 17
Under the auspices of Buckeye Club.
For the Benefit of the McKlnley
Tickets for sale by the p.cmlcrs of
the Iluckee Club and ot the Derg
strom Music Company's to be ex
changed for reserved seats sale at the
Wall, Nichols Company s.
Prices: $1, 75c, 50c
WALTER C. WEEDON, President
Buckeye Club, Manager in Charge.
W. D. ADAMS, Manager for Mad
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
nt.uiwii nt, Phlladelphli.U.S A,
America's Oldest and
.Largest Watch Factory
I For oalo by
' Tho Principal Watch
"esar Hawaiian isianas
Seattle and Tacoma
8. 8. ALASKAN, 12,000 tons, to sail
S. 8. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail
tor further particulars apply
H, HACKFELD & CO.. Agents.
C. P. MOR3E, Oeneral Freight Agent
New Map of Oahu.
.oopl!cd from Goveramnt Survtyt and Charts,
Map, ol Sugar PlanKtlom, Railway!, and Other
XtllaMa Source!. THB MAP IS !! IKCHCS,
with artistic colorings and neat mountings, mak
ing a very useful as well as omamenlal wall map
tub pmc- op ths map is,Jio oo. Copies caa
he obtalpd from
JAS T. TAYLOB.
P.tO Mo IV) Judd Building, Honolulu! T. II
0, HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.. LTD
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Jffle Bethel 8t., Near the Poitofflee.
Mw -r.".. w wm0
MiK .f I.
65 Queen St.
On Wednesday, March I9lh, 1902
At my salesroom, Co Queen Btrcet, 1
will sell at Public Auction tho follow
ing goods which nro all now:
SIcn's nnd Boys' Clothing
Ladles', Sten's nnd Children's Shoes
Tablets, Hair Oil, Stationery
Tailor Ruttons, Sewing Machines
Shirtings, Dclts, Hats and Caps
White Goods, Candles, Combs
Jewelry, Snavlng Soap
Muslin Underwear, Sowing Sill;
Knives and Eorks, Goggles
Tablo Spoons'. Watch Chains -
Tea Spoons, Spectacles
Table Linen, Otis Checks
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen St
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