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BVBNINO Dm,LETfN. HONOLULuN
I. T.. MONDAY, MARCH 17. 1902.
- t ;
LIGHT ROADSTER WEIGHT 20 LBS,
The one ellBplnyeel In our ttlntlotv with, tlie BLUE MEAD.
Guaranteed for tlie rontl.
E. O. Hall
MOET & CHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
wns extlusholy mod nt the dinner ghen liy President fioosotelt to
Pilme llenr fallowing the christening of llio Kaisers new )ncht Me
U'r It Is the fatorlte brand exclushely used 1 all connoisseurs
H, HAGKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
NEW - TO-DAY
RECEIVER'S SALE OF THE PROP
ERTY OF THE KONA SUGAR
WHEREAS an order was duly made
In the abnte entitled matter by the
Hunorable A. S. Humphreys, first
Judge of the Circuit Court Of the First
Circuit on the 17th day of March.
I'm! nuthoilzlng the undersigned. F.
Wundonberg, Kerch er of the Kona
Sugar Compnii). Limited, to sell cer
tain prnpert) therein specifically cle
m rlbed, and
WHEREAS It Is therein oidered
that the entile property and estate of
the said Kona Sugar Company, Limit
ed be told by said Ileceher. that Is to
ta. all Its lands, tenements and here
illtameiits. all Interests In lands, leases
and leasehold interests, rights of way,
lallioads. sugar mill, machlirery. build
ings, lumber and materials, tools and
Implements, engines, cais and all Kinds
of rolling stock. Including wagons aiid
tehldos of all kinds, crops, harness,
Ihe stock ngieements, contracts, and
it II rinnchlses ami rights or said Com
pan) ami the good-will or said Com
pnii) .mil nil other proper!) of said
Cunipaiit now owned or hereafter to
lie acquired bv virtue and under an
thorlt) thereof, excluslte ot choses in
WHEREAS said Rereher Is author
lzed to fell said propel ty for cash and
WHEREAS It Is ruither onered that
nutlet ol tin time anil place of sale
ihnll be ghn bj said Ileceher by ad
tertlslng the same for twenty (2u)
dns In the Dally Evening Ilulletln, n
newspaper published In Honolulu, nnd
the Weekly Hllo Tribune, a newspaper
published In Hllo, Hawaii, and that
Mich sale shall be had at such time
and place as said Ileceher shall in
Mich notices, of sale appoint and
VHKIU:.S It Is fuither oidered
that said Iteceher may require before
accepting any bid that the person or
peioons making the same shall deposit
the mi cent (5VO of the amount of
such bid, and In case said pioperty
and premises are sold, the purchaser
or purchasers shall forthwith deposit
with tald Ileceher an additional the
per cent, amounting In all to teu per
cent (10r,) o. the amount of his pur
i hase, anil at the time and place fixed
for the confirmation of the sale, nnd
alter the same shall hne been con
firmed by the Court, the puichascr or
purchasers of said property shall pay
the amount remaining unpaid of his or
their lespectlvc bids to the Ileceher
in Oold Coin of the United States of
Ametira, or he or they may glto a
bond for that amount to the said Re
cehei with two or more sureties o be
approted by the Couit. coudjlloned
that he or the) will up to that amount
pay such poisons as the Court shall
direct such sums as may In such older
be dliected to be paid, unci in such
manner and upon such terms as mnt
be descilbcd therein, and that there
upon such purchaser or piiichnscra
shall be entitled to receive possession
of the said piopeity so purchased by
him or them. For mnio paitlcularlty
us to the terms of sale, reference Is
hereb) mniie to said decree. I
NOW THEREFORE public notice Is
heiehy given that I, F,Wundenborg.
Iteceher aforesaid, In pursuant of thn
pioUslons of said decree, will, o(i Sat
urday, the 12th day of Apiil. A. I).
1902, at the hour of 12 o'clock npon.
at the fiont door of the Court House
of the Judiciary Ilultdlng (Alilolanl
Hale), in Honolulu, Island of Oaliu,
Territory of Hawaii, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder In nee Mil
ance with the teims and conditions of
said order, the above described prop
i ty. lands and premises, I recti nnd
list hat ged from all mortgages. Hens
nnd charges of ever) kind anil deseilp.
lion soeter, and apply the proceeds
thereof as Is h) said decree made nnd
. (Signed) F. WUNDENBBIUi,
Ileceher Kona Sugar Company,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rust Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. In
I'rohate, at Chambers. In the Matter
of (ho Kstnte of John Oiace, late of
Honolulu, Ouliu. Deceased The I'etl
Hon and Accounts of the Administra
trix of the estate of said deceased
wherein she asks tint her accounts bo
examined and approed, and that a
final ordei be made of distribution of
the property remaining In her hands
to the peisons thereto entitled, dud
dlschatglng her from all fuither re-
SEEN IT ?
& Son, Ltd.
NEW - TO-DAY
sponslbillty as such Administratrix,
hating tills day been tiled : It Is or
deied Hint FRIDAY, the 23th day of
APRIL, A. D. 1902, at TUN o'clock
n. m , at Chambcrr, In lue Court House
nt Honolulu, be and the same hereby
Is appointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition nnd Accounts,
and that all persons Interested may
then and there appear and show cnuse.
If any they have, why tile same should
not be granted,
Honolulu, Oahu, March 17. A I).
I)y the Court
J. A. THOMPSON.
J A. Magoon for Petitioner
2097 March 17, 21. 31; April 7.
to AH Whom
United States of America, District of
In the Dlstilct Court of the United
States In nu.. (oi the Dlstilct ami
Tenltor) of Hawaii.
United Stntes of Arnold n. Plnlmirr
s. Twenty-three and One half
Dozen Articles for the Preten
tion of Conception.
Attachment and Monition.
Wheieas. in said Cause, said Couit,
on .Mai ell 17. 19.IJ. Issued its Attach
meat and Monition.
NOW THEREFORE NOTICU
THEREOF IS HEREBY MVKX to all
persons claiming the aboto mentioned
propel ty or knowing or hating any
thing to say wh) said Court should
not pionouttce against the same, no
(.aiding to the prnjcr or the Informa
tion novAon, file heieln nnd that they
appear Nefgre the said Court to be
holden. In and for the said District of
Hawull at the United States court
house In the City of Honolulu In said
District on the 7th day of April, A,
I). 1902, If that be a day or Jurlsdle
tlon, nnd n not, then on the first day
of Jurisdiction theieaittr. at 10 o'clock
in the foienoon of that la then and
there to Interpose a claim to the same,
and to make their allegations In that
Dated Honolulu, Hawaii March 17,
1902. K. It HUNYWIY.
Unite tl States Marshal In and for
Said Dlstilct. 20S7-ltt
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
'I'lisl Circuit, Tenltoiy of Hawaii. At
Chnmhcis, In Piobate in the Mutter
I of tho Ustate of Harriet K Kawatnul,
late of Honolulu. Oahu Deceased Pe-
ti.ion hating, been filed by J Alficil
Magoon, u cietlltor of said Intestate.
jPiajIng that Lttteis of Adtnlnlstiatlon
upon said Estate be Issued to J Alfred
Magoon, notice Is herehj glwii that
J Monday, the 21st da) of April, A. I).
19U2, ut 10 o'clock a in., be npil hereby
!is appointed for hearing said petition
in tlie court room of this court at Ho-
'uolulii, Oahu, nt which time and place
all persons concerned may appear
nnd show cause. If any they have, why
sale) petition should nut be granted.
Honolulu, Mai eh 17th, 19n2.
II) the Cout1:
2097 March 17, 24, 31, Apr. 17.'
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
First Clicult. Terrltot) or Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate. In tho Matter
of the Estate of Mahlua J. Howell, Into
of California, Deceased Petition hav
ing been died bv W 13. Howell, son of
snld Intestate, pia)lng that Lettets of
Admliilstiatlon upon said estate be Is
sued to W.E. Row ell, notice is hetuliy
ghc-n that" Mondii). the 21st day rf
Apt II. A. I). 1902, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
bo ami herclt) Is appointed for heat
ing i.ultl Petition In tho coiut room of
this court at Honolulu, at which tlmo
and place all persons cone erne d mi)
nppeni and show cause If nny tliejf
hate, wh) said Petition should not be
Honolulu, March 17th, 190.'
Ily the Court-
2097 March 17. 24, 31, April 7.
When a man asks j woman to marry
him she a)s
1 Don't be ridiculous! ? Yea
That la, she gives him good adtico
nnd stralghtwii) deprhes blm of tho
oppottunlt) to follow It. Smart Set. I
DAY ill I ll'lllll I
J !.! t
6 ! I 6
? I 6, 6 il'n it
IS ? ooi 6 T 5 I l
SuMly 6 to li'i 6 g ti i o
Monday tr.it tt i. ho 4)1 4 to
First quarter of the moon on tno
Ibtli at 11 43 n. ni.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
nliout an hour earlier, than at 110
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
Blower than (Irecn wclh time, being
nat of the meridian of 157.30. The
time thistle ..ow at 1:30 p. in., whlcji
Is the same as Greenwich, ua 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find them
r branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
Offlce located in the Merchants' Kx
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dingers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Uuienit. Punnhoii. Mnrch
17. Temperature Morning minimum,
01 Midday maximum, 73
Harometer at 9 a, ui. 29.98. Irregular
Rainfall 0 13.
Dew Point fiOF.
Hiimldlt) nt 9 a m. 07 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Stntlon,"Mntc1i
17 Wcathei hnz , wind fresh Nil.
Sunday, March 1C.
Sir Claiidlne. Parker, from Maul
ports with 12S0 trigs of sugar, 02 ling
oi corn, in nags oi euro, .a pac-Hugea ui
hides, 10 hogs. 3 hoises and 79 pack
nges of sundries.
Str W. O Hall, S. Thompson, from
Knuul ports, with 0200 bags of sugar,
.13 iincknges of sundries, I bundles of
hides unci 2 bags of coin .
Sunday. Marrh 10.
V. S. A. T. Egbert, Hawes, for San
Str. Leluin, for Knlnupapa, 5 p. ni.
Str. James llakee, for Kupaa; 5 p. in.
Scbi. Kawnllanl, Moses, for Koolau
Schr Charles Let I Woodbury, liar
rls, for Hllo.
Schr. Mohlkana, for Koolau ports;
' P. m.
Schr. Kaulkeaoull, Muna, for Mai
Schr. Kn Mol. for Panullo.
Schr. Mol Willi I lie. for Paaullo.
Sti Klnau, Freeman, foi Hllo and
wuy pints at 12 noon .
Str. Clandlne, Fjikcr, for Maul ports
at a p. m.
Str. Maul, for Mnhtikoua nt 5 p. m.
Ft om Kauai pints, per str. W. O.
Hall, Mm 10 A. llohcitsim, A. Me-
llr)de. E E. Couiunt Mr. Humburg,
b. Lesser. Di Hutchinson, LI Cheung,
Ah Kim. Mis Kauehlwa, J A. Chill-
melster, J L Dei mini, W Uerloultz,
Aliana, I. ill Tal unci t,0 deck
I'io in Maul puits. per str Clnudlne.
Mai. 10-J. R. Daggitt, Miss (ialhiulth.
W. T Koblni-oii, wife and daughter,
W Moznett, II Sloan. W R. Patter
son and wife, T L. Notion, S. K.
Adams. Miss M ('. Fieltas, A Fer
nancies Jr. nnd wife, He. J J. llanley,
W E Shaw Wong You, Lee Shu. Ti
chl)ama, WaUnubc, Mrs. Pupuhl, F.
Acller, wife and three children, A.
Enos, J. (3. Itothwcll, W C. Peacock,
(eoige K. RlcharcUuii and nlfe, Oeorge
Wong Sing. O (! Seong. Iiilla Leong,
Chow Lin. II. C Seaile, J. J. Hogun,
aiiu 03 deck.
For Hllo and way ports, pet str, Kl
nau, March Jb MUs Wilhelm, II.
Sloan, C. Furneaiix, Henr) Roth, F. M.
Urooks, W. K. Anderson, Hany Fisher,
A. Me)er, H. T. Achilles, D J. Cash
man. P, Ailoll, I). C. Ilagcr, Di i:. L.
Hutchinson, A (initio), W E, Skin
ner, L. II Deis Chas A. Uiahaiu, A.
B. Arthui. Chailes TculT P Peck, W.
II. IJIinbul. A. C. Rldgwii). N C Wll
fong. Hon. Puvlho, C II. Iliown. John
Wise, Pilucc Cupid. II. A Allen undj
wife, E. 11 It Kt tt uud wife. .Miss Wal
do) er, Miss L. Nelson, Di C II Coop
er, F E Hichaidsuu (ico ngiis, Mis,
D. A. Hendor, Mis. J II Mackenzie,
Mis, T lligglns, Master M Matkenzle
For San rrauclsto, pel O S S. Ala
mtda, Match 19 Mis S Nevstomb,
Mrs (1. M. Ililght, Mis .1 S Spitzei i
nnd son, Miss I. Spltzor E M Camei
on Mr. mid Mis. Hnthawny, Mi, and
Mrs. U M Thomas and child. Mrs. Uu
derhlll, C, E, Espey and wife. Mrs C J.
Iloigan, E. A, P. Newcomb. Ed. p Wil
liams, F J..Lowrey, H. DaMsjblr, and
-Mrs. It Duty. Mrs. L. Chawgo, mi8b J,
KauRmnn, Mrs. C. II. Athertmi and 3
children Henry Koehler. O, C Kohler,
Alexander Young, W. II Coibln, Hugh
A. Koehlei, Mastti Prlesttr. Mrs. II,
Kothler. Mis. Jrltster, Col. Z. 8. Spal
cling, W. E. Saner, O l.esslngham, K.
P. Dole, II C Fort ester, A. I). Ilutt
T. A. Nagle W.J Scheruu. J . Haw
le), M Iloruli.uk and wire, Miss
Coombs, Miss Cnuleii, Madame lllshop,
Lieut. lUimick. Ceo E, Leslie, Miss
Fox, J. F. CI) lie. W. O. Gllke), T. J,
Marl a), J Roseiiheig. II Ahlborn. A.
W. Ahlbion, S Morils Leslie. F Knr
btl, O. II. Campbell and wife, J. F. dm
ne), O D I.liin H. W. Ilolllng.
'!he onl) Hindoo willr nf English
fiction Is said to be Hatutli Kumar
(i!iob He Is a fellow of the Hoy a I
Auronomltal So.lety, imd he showed
sith nptltude for, legal work that the
late Lend Chief Ju I e (atncsllv ad
Ufcil him to pinc-t'er nt lha English
'ar He Is )oung, uniuiriel. u leiin"
rilD'rr of Hull nil lute gojg ind S.oii'U
ballails. He Is to be presented tJ Ihet
king next jear.
!h' 4 t i s it) o it! o it
ID in. am I
I V J 4 40 o jo i to
I i I
S to tt 1 t m
,ti 6 4 i 6 6 cciu t
THE LOOM8 OF NEW ENuLAND have come to bo today tHil
wonder of tho world. Yankee skill and Ingenuity Is nblo to dupli
cate the finest productions of England and France, and at from one
thlid to one half the cost.
How can they do It? How can tiny pioduce n fine, eten, sightly
fnbilc ctmbelllshod with tho daintiest of color printings for so nominal
a sum? flhc It up. The goods arc here fu nmnzo both jou and us.
Adeqtinte description la utterly Impossible, but tho following hlnbi
may serte. '
DAINTY SWIS8FS Perfect reproductions of the Euiopenn orlgl
nals; )ou could not tell the dlfferncc nor could te. The tcate and
thu color effectR are wot thy of goods costing sctcral times the price
Thcro are many, many new patterns In this cter popular fabric
Tho st)fes arc Ftench but the product Is entlioly American.
I5c BATISTES JSc
Than these no cloth or color stands the laundry better. Tho French
piodttct sells at 30c a yard. Those patterns made at the mills of Low
ell, Mass, we guarantee to be as solid In colors, as lasting and as
pietty, at exactly hair the price of the foreign materials.
PERCALES No need to say that where a strong, closely woven
wash fabric is wanted nothing Is quite as good aB percale. You have
jour choice of some fifty patterns.
And then there are white goods and printed goods and goods
dyed In the 5 am; In fact, no such assemblage of wash goods beauty
has cter been gathered here before. Come nnd See tt.
IRISHMEN TO CELEBRATE
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Green Wjl Predominate at the Big
Banquet to te Held at
Where Irishmen arc concerned,
ever) thing goes toda). It is St. Pal
rick's day and nothing but green will
be accepted. All Irishmen in Honolulu
today ute patiently waiting for the big
time nt the Moana hotel tonight when
they will gather about the festlte
liuatd toast the patron saint of good
ould Ireland and glte wa) to the loto
of their counti) ami nil It means to
them, in Jojiius soug and patilotlc
This is the teiy first occasion upon
which the Irishmen of Honolulu hate
Joined hand In hand foi the celebration
of St. Pntiiek's day. nor will It be the
last for when Irishmen once get hold
of a good thing they noter relax their
gilp upon It.
Fiom the present outlook, there wll
he oter a hundred guests present at the
banquet tonight In the Irrge dining
hull of the Moana hotel tonight. Oreen
will nutuiull) predominate In the dec
oration of the place. The tables will
be arranged In the fcum of a U with
the toastmastcr seated In the curve
which will he at tho sea end of tlie din
ing loom. Behind Tojistinuster .McCar
thy will be hung the only Iilsh Hag In
the clt) It will be tlahked by Anietl
can and Hawaiian Hags.
The tables will be eotered with
malle und feins nnd all about the
length of the bonrd will be concealed
electric wires which will be tapped at
frequent Intertals and lamps set In,
the green sliaes completing the decor
The Hawaiian baud will be stationed
on the lawn and will phi) during the
first part of the dinner, the) program ar
ranged being as follows;
Oterture Kaniehanii ha .... Berger
llallad The Minstrel Hoy ..O'Conne'r
Selection Irish Melodies .... Maanene
Ke Aloba 1 hlkl Mai.
(h Na Molokama.
Mils I. Kolllaa.
(c) He Inoa no Wnlplo.
Id) Nnnl Halli Po I ka Lehun.
Mrs, N, Alapai.
Selection St. Pntiiek's Day
Wnltz Kate Kearii) Coot"
Medio) The llekt Ever .. .. Muckle
Finale Aloha Oe Liliiiokalanl
The dinner Is arranged for 7 .10
o'clock and It Is nrrnnged that spoclnl
enrs will be waiting for the conclusion
of the feast. Etenlng dress will not
be the lule. The toasts will be ns foi
lows: "The President of tlie United
States," Hon. M. M. Estoe; "The Day
We Celebrate." S. F. Chllllngworth;
The Land We Lite In," A. S. Humph
reys; "OurfNathc Land." Thomas I.
Dillon; "The Poets and Orators of lie
land," E. Dole; "'Ireland as a Na
tion." C. M. White! "Our Irish Las
ties," J. J .llyrno; "The Press." E, M
Ilo)d. Theie will be Irish melodies by
Guy Livingston nnd J. Hughes.
Tickets for the St. Patrick's da) ban
quet, to be held nt the Moana hotel this
etenlng, may be obtained fiom C. J,
MeCntthy. J. A. Hughes. W F. Ertlng,
Thomas I, Dillon, Guy Livingston, L.
II, Doe, C. F Clillllngwoitlt, J. C.
Qulnn nnd Chailes MeOonagle
The committee In charge of the ban
quet lias coitalnly done well in (he
prcpnintlons made nnd tonight's event
pi i) m I sos (o alwn)s remain a green spot
In the hearts of all Irishmen. '
A pretty gill boarded a crowded
'sheet car In Washington, and a pom
pons old gentleman arose and gave
her a seat. Alter some time a number
of passengers gut out anu (he old
gentleman sank Into the nearest cor
ner with a weary sigh. "I wouldn't got
lip again," he murmured, "for an an
gel " And then, as be caught tho
t)es of the girl fixed upon him re
pronchriill), he added quickly, "I
moan, madam, for nnothcr angel"'
10AST PATRON SAINT
WANTED liy oung man, postt.rp
ns eletk or snlosman; toferen. ps
git en. AiiuresB (J, u. u, this etf!lc
i TO LET Furnished room In Amrl
(an fnmlly. Enepilio 1759 Punch
bow I St. 2097 tw
LOST Check No. 3S7 on Bishop
Co From T. K. R. Hlnalu to Chan
Kee. for J.'L25. Payment stopped
Notify Chnn Kec, Hookena, South
Kona, 203" 1-v
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.U.S. Cor B-'
etanla and Miller, hours 9 to 4
Saturday Afternoon and Evening
Grand Production of ti ttcrtes of
Ancient Hawaiian HIMoiy adapted
(nt tin. 'utan.t it. l...
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In English by Nallva
Hawallant. A Melodrama In two aits
The Lady ol the Twilight
New Scenes New Customes New Song?
A miisiial interlude b the company
Landing oi Lono and His Death
Chaiacters by thu Company.
I The great success of the first per
i formance makes the company feel war
ranted In the second piodiictions if
GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT
This Monday Evening
Under the auspices of Buckeye Club.
For the Benefit of Ihe McKinley
Tlcl cts for sale by the iv.njl era of
the Hucke)e Club and at the Berg
strom Music Company's to be ex
changed for resorted seat8rsnle at the
Wall, Nichols Company's. '.' 1
Prices: $1, 75e, 50c '
WALTER C. WEEDON, President
Buckeye Ctub, Manroer In Charge.
W. D. ADAMS, Manager for Mad
A school Inspector was examining a
class. In grammai ami tiling to explain
the relations of iidjeitltes and nouna
by a telling example.
, "Now, for Instance" said he, "what
am I?" That wnsun easy question, and
all the olilldieu shouted;
"A man!" nnd then looked around
tiliimphuntly, as much us to say, "Ask
"Yes, but what else?" said the In
spector. This was not so ens), hut af
ter a pause a bo) ventured to suggest
"A little man."
"Yes, hut theie Is something mora
than that." This wns a poser tor the
)oungsters hut, after a moment's puz
2 led silence, an Infant phenomenon al
most leaped fiom his seat In his eager
nrrs, nnd cried to the inspector.
"Please, sir, I know on ugl) little
65 Queen St.
Delinquent Stock !
On Tuesday, March 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order
of the Treasurer, Mr. J. F. Colbttrn,
the .following certificates of stock In
the ORPHEUM CO., LTD., unless the
fifth and sixth assessments, now delin
quent, with Interest and advertising
expenses, are paid on or before the
day and hour of said sale at the of
fices of the Kaplolanl Estate, Ltd ,
Knahumtinii sheet, Honolulu:
No Assessment. Shares.
24 Fifth and sixth assessments . f0
; Fifth and sixth assessments . 50
Ji7 Flftlr nnd sixth assessments , SO
271 Fifth and sixth assessments . 25
J" I Fifth nnd sixth assessments . 2J
276 Fifth and sixth assessments . 25
270 Filth and sixth assessments . 25
334 Sixth assessment 50
Jo1) Sixth assessment 20
Honolulu, March 11, 1902.
J. F. COLBUR.V.
Adas. F. Morgan.
Wapn Material !
On Tuesday, March 18th, 1902
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
mv salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
a ill sell a' Public Auction a tery large
quantlt) of New Wagon Material, ton
Larten Spokes, assorted sizes.
Wood Hub Sjiokes, assorted sizes,
Wagon Single Trees,
Buggy Single Trees,
Express Single Trees,
Wagon Double Trees,
Spring Wagon Necl; okes,
Shaft Cross Bars,
Bent Poles, Cart Rims.
Buggy Rims, Buggy- Shafts,
Jae. F. Morgan,
On Wednesday, March 19th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
Will sell at Public Auction a few brand
new Rugs of choice varieties consist
1 Axmlr.ster , 12-4x10 6
1 Axmlnster 13 x 8-3
1 Axmlnster 10-9x10 6
4 Axmlniters 3-9x3-6
1 Body Brussels 12 x106
1 Body Brustels . , 10 x 6
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Jas. P. Morgan,
On Wednesday, March I9lhi; 1902
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction the follow
ing goods which are all new:
Men's ami Boys' Clothing
Ladles' Men's and Children's Shoes
Tablets, Hair Oil, Stationery.
Tailor Buttons. Sewing Machines
Shirtings, Belts, Hats and Caps
White Goods, Candles, Combs
Jewelry Snatlng Soap
Muslin Underwear, Sewing Silk
Knltes and Forks, Goggles
Table Spoons, Watch Chains '
Tea Spoons Spectacles
Table Linen. Otis Checks
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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