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SATURDAY, APIHL 5, 1902,
The "COLUMBIA" of today has
reached a stnte of perfection unequal
ed In any oilier blcjcle, and Its popu
larity Is ever Increasing.
Light running uphill or on the level,
cushion frnme, cliolco of tires, saddle,
pedals, etc. l'rlcc
Large stock now on hand nnd e
sell them for cash or on Installments.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
CIILER8' BLOCK, PORT STREET.
Movements of Vessels in
.NINE SUGAR CARGOES
Beats on the Berth for Honolulu!
at San Francisco and Other '
Items of Marine j
0er a quarter of a million hags of
xugar Kent Into San Francisco from i
these Islands from March Mil to tliu
lith. Inclusive. This sugar represents
the cargoes of nine vessels which ar
rived lthln the Oolden Rate on and
lietnccn the dates mentioned.
The largest cargo was cairled !
tho ship Tillle II. Starbiick, and num-
tiered 5Lo:i sacks. j
The following Is a summniy of lijrt
sonic of the esels In the Island trade
uero doing when the steamship Ala
meda left San Prnnclsco. Soeral oth
er vessels, well known here, are men
tioned, their inoements helug of In
terest to many shipping men lu tfilu
The Oceanic steamship Australia, so
dear in the memory of so mau of Ha
waii's people, sailed from Sau Trail
Cisco on March 25th for Tahiti direct.
Tho Globe Nalgatlon Company's
fast schooner William Nottingham,
bow at Itedondo, California, has heen
chartered to carry lumber from l'ugot
Sound to Shanghai by the IMdy, Falw
and American Trading Company She
Is the vessel which recently accom
plished the trip from the Sound to Ite
dondo with a one and a half million
feet of lumber In the unusually good
time of eleven dajs.
The bark Atden Hesse, Captain Kes
sel, which arrived at San Francisco on
tho Mh of last month from this port,
vlth 1S7S9 bags of sugar, Is leading
fencral merchandise for Honolulu.
Her time of departure: is not yet
known'. She will probably bring down
a few passengers.
The bark Andrew Welch, Captain
Drew, which arrived at San Francisco,
from Honolulu on February 27 with
26,205 bags of sugar, is also loading
general for this port and will prob
etly bring a few passengers. Tho bark
Carrollton, Captain Gordon, wll bring
coal here from Tacoraa, going to that
rort from San Francisco, where she
arrived In ballast from Honolulu ou
Tho steamer Enterprise, Captain Mil
kit was scheduled to sail from San
Francisco tho day the Alameda and
City of Peking sailed, March 29, for
Hllo, with general merchandise and
rasseugera. She arrived at San
Francisco from Panama on October 1
ol last year.
On Thursday next, April 10, tho
bark Edward May, Captain Hansen, is
scheduled to sail from San Francisco
for Makawell, via this port, with gen'
cral merchandise. Tho L'dward May
arrived at San Francisco on the ICth
of last month from Kahulul with 23,739
bags of sugar.
Tho iron ship Falls of .Clyde, Cap
lain Matson, Is on the berth at San
Francisco for Hllo. She arrived at tho
Xoimer port from the latter on March
.19 with 50.131 bags of sugar.
The schooner Helene, Captain Chris
Hansen, was scheduled to sail from
Ihc Uoldtn Onto on Match 29, Inst
Saturday, for this port, with goncral
cargo and, perhaps, a few passengers.
She icached the Coast from Honolulu
on March 10 with 24,817 sacks of hu
Or. the first of this month the bark
Maithn Davis, Captain McAlmon, was
c-.pected to leave San Francisco for
Hllo with general merchandise Sho
jeached the Coast on March 19 from
Jlllo with 23,415 sacks of sugar, dis
charging her sugar at the Lombard
wharf and loading for tho Islands in
Inch a days.
Barkcntlne Planter, Captain Chase,
tvvu down to leave San Francisco on
Maich 29 for Honolulu. 8ho reachol
the Golden Gato on March 19 frvn
this port with 15,109 Lags of sugar,
vni king cargo both ways In ten days.
The ship Tilllu E. Starbuck, Captain
Cuitls, Is on the ly-rth nt San Franns
.o tor Honolulu. Sho arrived at Am
i'liiliclsco on Mnrch 19 from this port
Willi 54.C03 bags or sugar.
ill Ik Tnnner arrlted nt Seattle from
I inohilu on March 24.
Iho Olobo Navigation Company's
t 'Ight steamer Meteor sailed from
.Seattle on March 24 for San Francisco
ln Itoche Harbor. The Meteor will
ihintly bo put on tile regular run lie-
t.en the Coast and these Islands.
The United States Army transport
llittrid arrived at Manila from Now
Vurk on March 23.
The German ship Marie Hackfcl.t
wnl to Port Costa on March 21 to
load grain for Europe. The vessel is
vv- I known In this port.
Word was received In San Francis :o
mi Mnrch 21 that tile new barkentinc
Hawaii, owned by Hind, Holph and
Company of that city, had arrived at
Cape Town from New Whatcom
Wut,hlngton, after a quick passage of
The barkentinc Tropic Bird has
cleaied nt San Francisco for Tah',1
with r geni'inl cargo.
The bark Knto Davenport arrived ,ii
I'uri Tovvnsend on Mnrch 21 from Ho
A libel was filed In the United Stales
Dls'ncl Court on Mnrch 21 by II. C.
Lund and other owners of tho Amcrl
can laikcntlnu Northwesf against tin
Ainricnn bnrk Andrew Welch. It Is
alleged thnt on March 4th, when bo'h
vcrsels were nt Oakjand Long wharf,
thiougn negligence of her officers l
n.:icw Welch was allowed to drlfc
agnlnst tho libelants' vessel. The
damage done to (ho Northwest, It Is
claimed, amounts to JJOOuTTrhllo addi
tional relief In the sum of (2000 Is ajl:
ed as compensation for tho time sho
vns nut of commission undergoing rt
The transpoit Egbert arrived at
San Francisco from this port n
Mnrcn 27. Sho was twelve days mak
ing the til p.
Waterfrontcrs were surprised this
forenoon to see II. IUckfeld Co.'b
new iron steam scow doing stunts up
and down the harbor, acting like a
frisky puppy that has Just been set at
liberty after long confinement In
The scow was brought here from
Germany by tho German ship H. P
Glade some time ago. She was con
veyed In sections and was put togeth
er In this port. As she Had a Germa-i
boiler, however, and special laws regu
late such matters In the United Stutei.
the scow could not be passed by the
American Inspectors. So the smart
looking, red-paluted little Iron steamer
has been Ivlng for weeks and week)
Idle In the harbor AVer near the Navv
The Honolulu Iron Works were. In
the meanwhile, commissioned to bulll
a boiler for the scow. The boiler was
completed and put In place and today
tho scow made hei trial trip up and
down the harbor, attaining a speed ct
twelve and a half knots to the hour,
Sho has proved herself satisfactory In
every way and will provo of great v.il
uo In lightering.
She has not yet been baptized.
There having been no decision ren
dered by the Supreme Couit up to tho
time the mafi for Walmanalo closed
this morning. Secretary Cooper for
warded to that place the ballots for
tho Fourth District special election
containing tho disputed nomination or
August Dreler along with the undis
puted nomination of W. W. Ilairis.
Secretary Cooper said, when asked
about tho matter, that If a decision
adverso to his position was given any
time today he could have new ballotB
printed and sent to the Walmanalo pre
cinct by special messenger.
P. l. S, 8. PEKING.
The name of the Pacific Mall steam
ship City of Peking, now In port, has
been changed to Peking. '
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New moon Aprilth Sth at 3:20 a. in.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about au hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time 1b lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
mat of the meridian or 157.30. The
time whistle ows at 1:30 p. m whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich. 0a Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from thin
port for San Francisco will find theru.
a branch of the U. S. Hydrographie
Office located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complote sets
of charts and directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dnll matters of Interest to ocean
Wrnther Uiireau, Pitnahou, April ".
Temperature Moinlng minimum.
G7; Midday maximum, 75.
Harometer nt 9 a. m. 30.0). Steady.
Dew Point GIF.
Humidity nt 9 a m. 72 per cent.
Ilnlnfnll at Lunkuha 3.30 last night.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
3. Weather very clear; wind light NE.
Saturday, April 5.
Am. sp. George Curtis, G. II. Cat
lioun, 12 days from San Francisco with
rjei.cral cargo; off Diamond Head at
ii o'clock last night.
P. M. 8. S. Peking. Smith, from San
Francisco, March 29; nrrlved in port
nt 7:30 a. m.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Mosher, from Wnl
mea, with 3010 bag; of sugar, at 7:35
Stmr. Nllhnu, Thompson, from Ko
loa with 2S80 bags of sugar, at 0:30
Stmr. Klnau, Freemnn, from Hllo
and way ports, at 12:45p. m with 57
sacks corn. 45 sacks coffee, 37 pack
ages hides, 30 barrels bottles, 2 horses,
G8 hogs and 115 packages sundries.
Friday, April 4.
Am. bark Gerard C. Tobey, Gove,
for San Francisco.
fchr. Kavvallanl, Moses, for Koolau
.''tin i. Ada, for Walalua, Kauai.
Stmr. Helene. Nicholson, for Kahu.
lul, Huelo, Paauhau, Kukalau, I'apaa
loa. I-auiialioehoe, Honohlna, and Hllo.
H.mr. Walaieale, Plltz, for Hanamau
In and Ahuklnl.
iitinr. James Makee, Tiillett. for Ka
lian. DUE TODAY.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, from Hllo
and way ports, at 1 p. in.
Klmr. Lchiia, Naopala, from Molokal
Hits, at p. m.
Ftmr. Claiidlne, Parker, from Maul
io-t. at 6 a. m.
bimr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kanal ports, at 0 a. m.
P. M. S. S. Peking, Smith, for the
Orient, at 4 p. m.
Trom San Francisco, pe Am, slip,
George Curtis. April 5 Mr. and Mrs.
Hooper nnd Dr. Calhoun.
From San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
Peking, April 5. Honolulu Mr. nnd
Mrs. F. Carty and child, Ensign A. N.
Mitchell, U. S. N.; J. II. Wilson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Johnson and child,
.Miss J, Lellehua, H, Tlerney, J. Tier
ncy, W. S. Wordsworth. Yokohama
11 .A. Gould. W. R. Robert, C. O.
Parker, O. A Poole. Shanghalr R.
A Crosthwalte. Hongicong Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. H. Donahue, Mrs. J. Mc.Mul
len. Miss A. Wleland, .Miss Lllllo Har
ris. L. F. Rotter. Mrs. r. Allen, Mrs.
J. F. Lacken, Mrs. W. R. Robert.
For the Orient, per P. M. S. S. Pe
id n j, April 5. Mrs. II. D. Greene, F.
F. Prentles and wife, Mrs. Weesener
nnd Miss Tall, a. Spencer, M, Skalfo,
C. H. Thlki, K. Hlrnvarna, Miss F. A.
For San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
China, snlllng Tuesday, April 8. John
nrendt, O. H. Paul, C. V. Lagerstrom,
It. II, Long, E, Monroe, Mrs. C. D.
Wnrren and child, Mrs, M. Pacheco,
Miss M. M. Warren, Miss Rachel War
ren, Mnster Charles Warren, Mrs.
Klncnld and boy, H. H. Strulfeldt and
wife A. Blom, wife and child; P. C
Jones nnd wire. Miss Alice JoneB, Mrs.
Klnsey, J. M. Yaplo and wife, Miss
P. O. Lustner, M. f Prosser, E. L.
Collins, James Mnllon and wife, S!a?
ter James D. Mullon. .Mrs. M. Smith.
H I) Greene, F. Peterson, wlfo and
child; N. Scholfleld, C. D. Haven, II
11 Schnoetko and flvo men from
Quartermaster's depot. Col. 7., S.
For San Franc Isco. per OSS Ala
meda. sailing Wednesday, April 9.
Miss D'Oyly. J. W. Hosmer and wlfw,
Mrs. llenden, Miss Ilenden, Mrs. T.
Cole. Miss J. Kauffman, Piof. Ave
dam and wife, chlldicn and govern
ess; Dr. Colty, Mrs. W. B. Hayselden
and child, Miss G. Clark, Mr. and
Sirs. Douglns, R. WInkleman, A.
Frank and wife, Mrs. C. G, Ives and
ll Edwcll. SnV."Ii.aMEII Miss O
fSaslApMIsi S. Livingston, W, O.
OregrTtti(rVhlttnyXlI. UrOwn, C
HusellJu"mes P" W Arnst. W M ,
Alexander C 1) Hnvcn, E fl Hart,
E L. Strjker. Young Kin, II. M.
Levy, T II. Wllcux, Mrs. W. 11
Mays, Mr. Fountain, Mr. Worthatn, .1
I) It) an, .lames Dubois.
From Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnnu, April 5.-C. L. Wight, II
Prank and wife, J. W. Hosmer nnd
wife. Miss P. L. Champlln, Miss lint
tie Potter, C. 11. James, W. H. Lay
son, G P. Champlln, C. II. Ramsny,
wife, three children and maid; C. V,
Sturtevnnt. O. It. Kona, J. S. Mc-
CnmllfM. Olicn Kvvnck, Mrs. I). lda
nnd child, John HIchardson, J. D. Ily
nn, O. N. Schneider, Kco Hip, wlfo
and live chll'ren, George Wilson, II.
II Stewart, L. T. Kenake, II. W.
Wlllnden, A. Oarfiey, W. E. Skinner,
J. McCoimlck, II. C. Iledgway, Mrs.
11 II. Clark, Mrs. Lnng Kee, II. U.
Williams, M7ss Ave Aklng, Miss Em
ma Pna, 11. W Carter, Mrs. D. N.
Stakerly and 80 on deck.
HI if COAST
Tho Pacific Mall steamBhlp Peking,
Captain Smith, was sighted off Koko
Head at da) light today ami docked at
the channel wharf about 7 30 o'clock
She could not go to the Pacific Mall
wharf as the ship Edward Sevvall oc
cupies that Let th.
The Peking fcallfd from San Fran
cisco nn hour ahead of the Alameda on
Satin day last, March 29, ai riving hero
nccoidlng to schedule. At 4 o'clock till
afternoon she icsumes her vojngc to
The fact that most of the passengers,
who had booked to go on to the Orient
In the Peking. Is explained by the pres
ence u board of Chief Steward Johnson,
the king of ocean caterers.
Twenty-five or thirty cabin passen
gers are aboard the Peking. One of
the passengers Is Naval Constructor
W. P. Robert, bound for Manila. Mrs.
J. McMullen. wife of Contractor Mc
Mullen, who has been making Improve
ments to Manila harbor, is en route to
that place to accompanv him to San
Francisco. For several weeks past he
has been very 111. O. A. Poole, a well
known tea merchant of Yokohama,
and P. A. Crosthwalte, n merchant ot
Shanghai, are en route home. J. II.
Wilson, manager of a. Hawaiian glee
club which has been on a tour of the
States has returned to Honolulu with
the party. J. C. Crenshaw, recently In
the Government service at Havana, Is
en route to Manila to engage In private
business. Captain J. F. Robinson, late
of tho S.m Junn, bucceeds Captain
Smith on the Peking.
San Fiunclsco, March 27. The offi
cial survey of the steamship Alaskan,
made by C. M. St. John, Dep-ily I'r.ltcd
States Survejor of Customs, on .M.fVh
24, In tills city, furnishes the following
details: Length, 470.1 feet, brradth of
deck, 57.2 feet; depth of hold, 31.3 feet;
between decks, 7.3 feet, making n to
tal of 38 feet; net tonnage, 5-521.2'),,
not Including 3051 tons for tnnchlnciy.
When loaded she has a dlrplaccment
of 17,200 tons. Her freight capacli Is
10,000 long tons, while In udditlon tho
will carry IbUO tons of coal. The Indi
cated horse power of her main engines
h 2600, while the auxlllnrj engines
represent 500 horse power. She Is
equipped with twin strews.
San Francisco, March 27. The tranf
port Sherman, fur months past under
going repairs and alterations In tl.ls
city, has gone Into dry dock at Hun
ter's Point, preparatory to taking h'r
place on the Manila route, uiidei com
mand of Captain Eraser. Chief Offlcir
Helnke, late of the Meade, and Chief
Engineer McCabe, leat first assistant
of tho Sheridan, will be on the Sher
man, as ulso will be Chief Steward Car
penter, who has lately been on Hit
Sheridan. Transport oilltlals say that
the Sherlman will be the queen of th
entire transport fleet when again In
service. She will sail for the Philip
pines the middle of this month.
The Customs baseball players re
celved their new units by the Alameda
from San Francisco. Blue shirts and
pants, red capa nnd stockings, with
the word "Customs" In large, white
letters on the shirt fronts, make very
smart uniforms nnd will look well on
the hnndsomo forms of Honolulu s
LARGE NEW BARKENTINDS.
San Francisco, March 20. A dupli
cate of the new four-masted barken
tinc Koko Head, recently turned out b)
W. A. Iloule & Son for Hind, Itolph &
Co. Is to bo built for the s.imu nun by
Iloole. nrrungements havln-i been made
to lay the keel The new vessel will
have a length of 245 fei-t, breadth of
43 feet nnd depth of 18 foet and will ho
able to cany 1,500,000 fe't of lumber.
Hind, Rolph & Co.'s new baikcntlne
Makawell, now on the ucks will be
launched heic within thirty dave. Sho
has a capacity for 1,000.000 .'3rt &f lum
ber. P. D. Gwaltney of Smlthfleld. Vn
known as "the peanut king," owns the
largest peanut farm In the world. Ha
was in tho Cnnfetlernta Armv nml nit.
o" tho surrender at Appomatox began
tno worn uniiii nas earned him the
We are now Offering for
Sale a Lot of
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy back-number,
aged Bort of smell that takes away
jour appetite for that thick. Juicy
cteak you would have otherwise en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will create an appetite not
take it away. Better than any spring
tonic made. It Is pure, sweet and
fresh as a daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
For Want Column See Page Six
TO LET Suite of rooms, furnished or
'unfurnished. 50 So. Vlnejnid be
tween Fort nnd Xmmuu. 21UC-tf
FOR SALE Two beautiful collie dogs
pedigree guaranteed, and registered
In the Ameilcnn and 'English Ken
nel Clubs; also one gicat Dano, fe
male pup. AddreBS W. J., this offlcn
FOR SALE Three Island bred mules,
well broken. Enquire of Gill & Far
ley, Magoon Dldg. 2114-2t
NEW - TO-DAY
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In accordance with a power of sale
contained In a certain mortgage made
by B. P. Zablan, of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, to the
Pioneer Building and Loan Association
or Hawaii, dated February 28th, 1899.
and recorded at the Register Office,
Oahu, in liber 1?2 on pages 179 to 181,
notice Is hereby given that the said
mortgagee Intends to foreclose said
mortgage for condition broken, to wit,
non-pa) ment of principal, interest, as
sessments and premiums when due;
and upon said foreclosure will sell at
public auction at the auction rooms of
James F. Morgan, on Queen street, Ho
nolulu aforesaid, on Monday, the 21st
day or Apt 11, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon
or said day, the premises described in
Bald mortgage, namely;
All that certain parcel of land situ
ate at Kallhl, Honolulu aloiesald,
bounded as follows:
Beginning at the Eastern corner of
these lots at the West angle of Kame
hameha IV Road, maltai ot the Kallhl
Cnttrch, and thence l tinning
N. 30 35' W. along Kamehameha IV
Road loll feet, thence
S. 53' 40' W. US feet along Ous Cor-
des' lots; thenco
S. 36' 0u' E. 100 feet: thence
N. 53' 4u' E. along Kamehameha IV
Road 108 feet (o place of be
ginning; Containing an area of about 0,20 acre,
and being a portion or the land de
scribed In Ttoval Patent 3540, L. C. A.
10498. conveved to said mortgagor by
deed of Lau Chong dated April 16,
1890, and recorded in Bald office in
liber 158 on pages 428 and 429.
PIONEER BUILDING AND LOAN AS
SOCIATION OF HAWAII.
By Its attorney:
A. G M ROBERTSON.
Daied Honolulu March 28, 1902.
2107 Mar 29, Apr. 5, 12, 19.
It touhav tiim our (eel he tlm-ly acquire J
bid hatit h is not rcttry to t to tureJ by
corns, IncroulntT nalU. tunioit chl Ma'ru rtc
liVy may tt urdtht It your let may be brrkfn
of their baJ hatltt, ou will tv turprWeJ not n'y
howrnnch mnrv t atllv an J comlortiblt jouwlll ualk,
buMtith fiuw much more vigor and forti u will t
aMe to think and act in all ycur butlntft or tocUl
CaP and m mo about this or lead mt word and I
will rail on )tu.
Dr. W. R. Bogle,
Union Street above. Hotel,
Consultation it office tit
WASHABLE SEPARATE SKIRT8
any skirt in the house values up
to $3.00 50c.
A broken tot of LADIES VESTS..,. .
YOUR PICK OF ANY BELT In tho
200 bolts WIDE FANCY RIBBONS
choice, 25c. yard
8ILK FINISHED CROCHET COT
TON ,.... EC. ball
40 pieces DIMITIES at 5c. yard
About 100 CORSETS quality high
makes famous sizes broken prlco
TABLE DAMASK 25c. yard
STRAIGHT-FRONT Hose Supporters
In different colors 25c. pair
MEN'S SUSPENDERS Cc. pair
GENUINE MEXICAN HAT8 ours by
chance Values up to 3.00 all,.,.
Odd lots of LADIES' and CHILD
REN'S STOCKINGS Ec. pair
CRASH TOWELING 5c. yard
SHELL HAIR PINS. ...3 doz. for fc.
DRESSING COMBS, a basketful at..
CURTAIN SCRIM 10c. yard
A mixed lot of PURSES Ec. each.
Another lot of BELTS Ec. each
LADIES' LINEN COLLARS Nearly
all sizes Ec. each
Lawyer Patrick is
Guilty of Murder
New York. March 20. Albert P
Patrick, Uwjer was this evening coiv
vlcted of the murder on September 23,
1900. of the aged millionaire recluse
William Marsh Rice. Tho penalty un
dr the statute Is death In the elcctrlo
(hair. A scant three hours of dcllbcr
atlon at the close of n trial prolonged
for nine weeks and replete with seusa
tlonal Interest sufficed to enable the
Jury to reach their verdict. The Issue
of thf trial etabllshcs the charge that
Patilck conspired with Rice's valet
Charles F. Jones, to obtain possession
ot the aged Texan's estate, estimated
at 7. 000,000, and that Jones killed his
employer by the administration of
chloroform at the direst Instigation of
TERRITORY OF oAWAII.
Honolulu, April 5, 1902.
, fc NOTICE.
I. C ABLES ESQ. has this day heen
appointed COMMISSIONS to exam
ine Exhibits and Affairs of Incorporat
ed Companies for the Territory of Ha
wall, vice A. B. SCRIMOEOUR, de
ceased. M'JI, II. WRIGHT,
2111 Apr. 9. 10, 11. Secretary.
The pure Juice ot tho California
Grape Fruit carbonated by us.
Delicious refreshing and health
ful. Delivered at
the dozen In the city limits.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Go,, Ltd,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel St.
PD. Adventltt Ch-:h.
All Lovers of the Sport
are it-quested to register their
State ot Tenltoiy at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
65 Queen St.
I r r5
COTTAGE on Garden lane. IV i i
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kltche:.
pantry and bath.Rcnt J35 per month.
Apply to Jns. F. Morgan, C3 Queen
TWO . STORY HOUSE In tho Mc
Carthy tract, lleretnnla street, be- .
tween I'ilKol and Kccaumoku Btrccts. )
JAS. F. MORGAN. J
' AUCTIONEER. '
65 Queen St
3 bed- j