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lltljs oiin. Willi tholec of Tires Snddlo.
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cles tlinu this
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(Continued from nnee 1.)
en out nbout u week bcrom the vessel . ady nnd UJ C0Mtnu,y wut frolll (,
arrived at Maurllliu from New Vork.lMln 0m gck nian eft e wmvl ,
In reference to tlic sburUgc or iota j Ml,llrlt, aml CIlt lnt0 a hospltul
to-, he. kavs they were served liber N() pn,ry 8 undo ,Q lU(J 10? lmoK ,
ally on tho voyage from New York to 0 liaturt, of ,ilc nines of this man.
Mauritius until they lotted and were nfc WBH rr(ltliri., ,y soctlon 429'i, sub.
thrown overboard. Further, ho mnlu uivlslon r., Devlbed Statutes."
talned that substitute for the limn On the law requiring proper weights
Julco, sugar and potato.- were sup
piled in lncKnr, tew,il nulls, moiiiss-
and sweet jiotntoes. although tho
sweet potatoes gave out Inline reach
lug Honolulu. Ho nlo answered that
onions wero supplle.1 between New
York aud Mauritius with the exception
of aboiu n wcik before ai rival, and
that u frrsn supply obtain.-.! at Mauri
tius run short two weeks before leach
ludg.s Ete. epiotes the law i.'aril -
Ing tho provlnlons reipUrod to he ncrv -
ul on Iniard merchant vcsMs aud
tui.suiuu.-s. aim, ., ....s.u.. .uo.
uiai u huoiuiki- wuii-r iiia..cs u tuiiimn uuiy mnhier ot mo snip mil us.
llablu eqiuuly with a shoitagn of pio
.....mtu t.K.rn nil,, i, H.r. ,,.(... rt t ll
.if...,,,-. ,. Ht,,,h .v .ui. w-
Frank W. Howe, the
"la fact, the supplying oi the vessel
with tho proper provisions Is uno of
thn i laments of Hctittoithlnci. uud
whutuver else a ship may he short of.
tbero can be no excuse (except In
ensn of u great peril ut uen, which did
sot occur In this Instance) for short-
nets of tho water supply. And more
especially when the vissul is s.llhJB
over tropical seas ns in this case. Thu
vojoko ot this vesbul was over three-
fourths around the woild, and yet It Is
undented that nithlu foity days alter, of the testimony ocs, all the men
l.-aviuK Port Unils. Island of Mauri-.were well when they shipped nt ow
tins, the men were mnde to (father wn-1 York "
ler from thu deck of the vessel to sup-, -
ply themselves with fresh water for j ,,.toila, Apill .'..- The llrlilli lossci
drluklnK purpues. It mined, and so In the engagement In the in iKhhnrhood
liui wuai u ll liuu uui raiuuiu . -
Then tho crew
would have been rub
. i, . i .1.1. ... I lr.. I ."".. ill... niAv-i ituiviin iiuu ill 111. 'I.
Ject to Breat peril to health nnd I If e. I 101n(lcdi .,,,c .. ,,,,, lllt ,
It Is tho diiry of a master to provldu ,01tt ,a7 mu, klU(,(l ,. VUlllut.,1 TUo
tor all such lontlnscnch-s." I in-tlon'oicuired ut Hnonibi.lt faun,
Tho captain huvlnt; uld lie had nl Uv, miles sniilll of th. xicuc of (leu
ways bad hU men use rain water from cral Uelaicj's .let. at of (I. ntial Meth
tbu roof of tho lablu. tho Judge sajs , "" Tl't-' llo"", " '" lonmianded
that ir.ho did so. except from ex- "t'lcials Kemp .....I l-otgl.ter. at
,. . . talked with Rieat il. tiimlualloii. bill
Dr. aluelalr had tustllled that tho
men had beriberi, white Dr. llumphrls
find itln ntiiiiirl Itin nu.ia no Cji..ii'tf It
was MKreed bv both nlivslclaus thnt
uuu luiihiiuiVU tun v iipva to avui ' J i
that theso men might dlo at nny
moment nnd thnt impure air and nn
Improper diet contributed to both din
eases. Tbo Couil cites n tai.c. vh"io
It was held that where lime juice Is
not served and the crew Is attacked
with scurvy, tho ship Is liable for lire
damago tbo seamen Buutuln In the lib
senco of proof that they had contract
ed scurvy Wforo tlio voyago began.
Tbo decision occupies fifteen closely
typewritten legal cap pages, and bo
bldea tbo foregoing summary there It
spocn hero for but n few of Judgo
"Tho captain Is given great powers
over his Bhlp and over his men. but
no cos no right to imporil tnoir neaiiu
or endanger the ship by a falluro to
furnish proper food or water. Th
trow of this vussol conslsted'of nn
Filipino who could not speak Eng
lish, ono Italian who iiIeo could not
speak Kngllsh, and two slmplo-mlndcd
negroes, the llhollants, who, It Ih ad
mitted, always did their duty."
"Tho forecastle was a smnll place,
not oxcoedlng five feot by ton In size,
und these four men wero compelled
Oenernl bookbinding, ruling, glldlni
embossing, maps, charts and artlstli
printing nt the EVENING BULl.UTI
ut Clio rcl
i?xrtX V- yflloni I'ort (Inmblo with n load of lmn
.to cat tind sluep In this place. It Is
I tiilitiltled that the fotecnutlo leaked
nm, mPaimrci, (u i Kept on board for j
,,.,(.rlniUnB the quantities of piovl
sloiis to bo served out: "It npp"ar
Irom the testlmouy of tho took that
th. re was an utter failure to comply
.i.i i.. i. ...... . ..........
with the law in this lenpect.
The food wns not weighed, but thn
matter was left to tlio cool., wuo guess
wl ut the anioimi nnd chara.ter of the,
food and autl-sioibutl. s the men to-j
telved. although It appears that tlio ,
mu, ,,) m,Miy omplalnts to
n.rt otTUer about tho rood. ' "
Tho captain of a ship Is bound to look,
uKartr.r tl.e weuaro oi ins men. lie M
,,jhllan. nnd he vt look lifter thn
dt. . . I .. .. r ..... ...... m. ...... n .. ll.nl. .1 1 h '
,'m'uu.l o. .... Hi. II ur vn tin iin-it ,in
"The courts have many times ln-nl
that the seamen mo thu wards of tho
admiralty; but whether Hie waids of
thu ndmlialty or not, they are entitled
to what the law secures to them. Tboy
are human beings and muM. be treated
Us such; the ship's nitlclcs nru signed
as much for their protection ns for tha
protection of thn ship."
It Is uncontradicted that nil at tli4
original crew !li tho forecastle of
.ship bciiune more or less sick ou this
So far us tho weight
tremlty of the Tiiiusv.uil, Muuh 31
weie three oIIIccib and twent-four men
i mi... i i .i.i i ,.,
tllu cniiuillnn (ontliiM'iit . vvhlih was.
j tho last to anlve In dniitli AfiUj fiom
Caunda. and two squadrons of yeoman-
ry under Coloutl C'ooKhiii. and tho nr-
tillcry nud mounted iltlcs under Col
I unci Klcr, ireseuted sucli a fctnut fron
I ""' K'". presented such a ttoilt front
, i that the burghers weie Uiial) forced U
Tho casulaty list shows lluit the Sec
ond Cnnmllnn Mounted It I Ilea had four
oUlceis wouuded, nine men killed und
foity men wounded,
I.oudon, April 5. Tho gallantry of
the Canndlan troops at the engagement
with the Doers near Harts Ilher,
Southwestern TinnsMial, March 31,
attracts unstinted prulso from the
Washington, Apill 7. The conferee
I ou th ewur revruuo repeal bill today
lepoited nn agreemcut, tho Rcnato ro-
i ceding from its nmendmeut which re-
taliui the tax on "bucket shops." It
' unu alnlofl th.it tnt.-en In i nnHlili'lntlon
j wU, rcpenled bectlous of the law. It
wns iioubtful whether the Senate provl-
slon would stand nnd ulbo thnt It was
(Ultu likely thnt tho piovlslons would
peimtt mcmberH of stock exehnnges eu
gaglng In tho biiBlnehS which tho
umeiidment would prevent among so
called bucket bhop dealers.
OInsgow, April D. The stiuggle of
tho crowds which gathered at Ibrox
Park today to vvltncbs tho last Interna
tional association football contest be
tween teams from Fngland and Scot
land caused the collapse, of a portion
of one of tho spectators' terraces. Flvo
persona are nlready dead, twenty will
die lu n few hours and moie than n
huudied are seriously injured.
I OF VBfflS
The fierman ship Mario HncLfe-ld
nailed from Hun Frnnelsco on tlio 4th
luitnnt with wheat for Qiieenstnvvii.
The transport titii-rninn, the Inrgost
ami finest troopship of the lleet, will
arrive hern, en roulo to Mnulla, on tlio
23d or 21th lnstniit, being scheduled
to nll from llin Const tomonow, un
der conininntl of Captain Fruiter.
The schoonir Hubert Lew era sailed
her for Honolulu on April I.
Tim steamer l'cru nrrhed at Ma
nllrt on April 1, fiom Han Finnclsco,
via tills port nnd Yol.uhama, for Hong
kong. Tlio transport Kllpatrltk will prob
nhly arrive here ou Bntmdny from
Kan Franclsrn, as sho wat to have
nulled from the Const on the 12th Inst.
Transport tlinnt aud Thomas, go
lug to H.in Frnnclsco direct from Ma
nila, are eNpetled to arrive at tlio
former port the latter part of this
The bark Albert, lifteen das from
Kannapall, nrrhed nt Han Frantlsco
ou the 3d liiHlant with VJ. 100 bags nf
Thi' llrltlMh ship l'eter Iiednle, from
Honolulu for Victoria, passed In nt
KV'iih Hay on April 3. Tho brig V.
H. Irw In passed tn at Neah Hay ou tlio
Mine day for Roche Harbor.
The American lltwnllnn Htenmshlp
Ciunpniiy's freighter Ameilcan sailed
from New York for San FiauclHcn on
the .Id Instant.
The birk Martha Davis. Caplnln
Me.Minon. sailed from Han Frnnrlsco
for Illlo with general tncrLnniiilUo on
the 2d Instnnt.
The schooner Allan A., from Ever
ett for Mnhawcll, started on her voy
age on the 2d Instant.
New York, April 5. A special to
the World from London says: King
Kdward has become Interested In
Mrs. Ma brick's case, it Is reported.
Ho la oven said to hnvo conferred with
iiDinn Secretary Itltcliic about the ad-
Inability of releasing her.
The Home Secretary. It is asserted,
opposed making nny exception in her
oaic. ns he and all his predecessors
hnvo affirmed their belief that her
sentence was Just. Ho Is represented
to havo been especially averse to ex
ert Islng clemency In hei sole behalf
In coronation year.
New York, April S. A Herald stnfl
correspondent writes from Havana un-
dcr date of Apill 2: I have had many
, . . ... .. . , , .
nttrvlews with old fr ends and nc-
iu.ilnlnnccs In many depai tmints of
.uiiiineriii and Industry. Thcro la much
prlvntc usicrt!on that Cuba has been as
mudi under military ubsiilutlsm ns sho
was lu the. old .Spanish days. An Am-
Ihn'ciinin oiiicint who 1i.tr been acre tor
tho last three jears said lu ciy posi
tive toner. "Cubans hate us."
No man Willi whom I have talked so
f.,,. as hesltaled In de. taring that In all
thv depaitmeut of the iMntid, exc.ptln
those of education and sanitation, Cuba
Is worse oft than she was lu 1K0." when
the people sought by revolution to ob
tain lellef from hurdcntomc and rc
strlitlvn economic conditions.
Iliydrlch. Hnflloer & Co. ale pio
nrietois of illl extcTmlv.t coi.l.ii-e fuclorv
In II,iLfinl Tim liniiunrnr fir 11m mi.
p.my says: "The depressed condition
of business In Cuba forced us to clos!
our mill fcoveral weeks ap.o. This threw
nearly two huu'rcd men out of em
ployment. We cannot resume our litis).
iiish until theie Is some promise of bet
ler times In thn Is'and. There Is now
no prospect of siir.lt rivlval for some
time to come. Men hunts of Cuba nre
In a worse state lluamlally than at any
time within the recollection of the old
est merchants here. It Is tonscitatke
ly estlmuted tliut at bust 7." per cent
ot the mercantile hou-ti of the Island
nre bclilnd lu pay incuts uud 2Z per cent
of IIkhc in tually .IoIur i.tnlutss are in
solvent." British Suffer At
Hands of Boers
Pretoria, April U. Details received
hcie ot tho tear guiTu nctlon during
the night of March 31, between the
beicnd Duigood Uuards o( Colonel
l.awley's tolumu and tho Tlne-is, ueni
Ijoschmans Kop, show that n force ot
200 IlrltlHh, while endeavoring to sur
prise n Ilocr laagci, rodo straight Into
a fnieu of 400 Doers. The night was
dark. Tho Doers were hidden in n
drift nnd opened fire from almost nn
dcr the legs of iuc Drltlsh horsos. A
Ue-roo hand-to-hand struggle ensued.
In which both sides fieely Ubcd tho
butt ends of their rifles. Tho llritlsh
regained tho ridge thoy had Just lei t
aud began a rear guard action.
In thn meantime a strong forcn of
Doors had barred tho road back to the
Drltlsh ramp. The coming of daylight
enabled Colonel Lawley to seo that
tho flunrds wero hard pressed and tin
dispatched reinforcements, with two
suns, to their nsslstnnco, The rein
forcements soon compelled tho Hours
The flunrds had had n very hard
fight, nnd wero ordered to rotlrn by
jrjnaiJron, Tho Doers disputed nvnry
Inch of tho road, and cnntlnunlly at
tempted to uiih tho Guards, shouting,
"(lands up!" At each successive po
sition taken up tho Drltlsh appeared
In diminished numbers, tor ns It grow
lighter the aim of tho Doors Improved
Now York, April C Major Pond to
day closed a contract with Miss F.llcn
M. Stone, th cmltsslcnnry, for a series of
100 lectures to be given In the principal
cities of th eUultcd States.
Tuesday, April 1G.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, Finch, from San
Finnclsco, April 8; nt S:30 a. in., at
Navy wharf No. 1.
Tuesday, April 13,
Btmr. Kluau, Freeman, for Hllo and
wny ports, at noon
Bitnr. Mnuna I.oa. Simcrson, for Ha
wall and Maul ports, at noon.
Stmr. Clnudlne, I'arkcr, for Maul
ports, rit S p. m.
Htmr. Jnmes Makee, Tullctt, for Ka
p'aa, nt J p. m,
Htmr. Ke An Hou, Mosher, for Kl
lauea, at p. m.
Htmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Koloa, at
4 p. nn
Slmi. W. 0. Hall. S. Thompson, for
Nnwlllwlllj Koloa, Electa and liana'
pepe, nt 5 p. m.
O. H O. S. 8. flnelle, Flni h, for Yo-
konanin, Kobe, Nagasaki, Shanghai,
.Manila and Hongkong, nt 5 p. m., from
Nrtvy wharf No. 1,
For Sun Franitsio, per O. & O. 8
H. Doric, April U. T. O'Haecn nnd
vnlet. l.uko lllnhop.
For Illlo nnd wny ports, per nluir,
Kluau, April IB, at noon. Itcv. D. II.
Mmlseii, W. 11. Wright nnd wife, Mra,
(!. II. Gere, Miss J. V. Smith, O. 11.
Ilofgnurd, J. (1. Smith. F. Cnrty, wire
nnd child, E. I. Low, fl. Akunn, C.
Alum, Wnt. A. rtnmsay, Hobcrt I).
King. E. Kaiser, Miss Kelltna. Miss
Alapal, Miss Eliza Kellla.i. A. M.
Hi-own nud wife, Hev. J. Kekal, Itev.
.1. II. Storey, Itev. Leo Kaahao, S. F.
Shaw, II. S. Griggs. T. II. Hudson,
John lloheit, Geo. W. Hayselden. A.
W. Dow, Mrs. A. It. Hancock, MIbs
A. Hates, O. M. Atwood, Jns, Fill
tioik. J. E. Gncns, wife and children:
Q. II. lleirey, Captain II. Merger. E.
P. Mable, II. M. Watson, Chock Kara,
vlfo and four children; Mrs. Finnk
Woods and maid; twenty-seven mem
bers of Government hand.
For Hnwnll and Maul ports, per
stmr. Mnuna l.oa, April IS. Captain
Itoss, Ng llln, W. F. Drake, Yamoslil
ro, C. Smith, J. Hatch. T. P. Dubose,
I.. E. Ileebee, C. F. llrush nnd wife,
J. M. McChesney. S. E. Damon. J.
L. Cockburu, Cecil Ilrown. C. Steel;
ewald, Mrs. Amnlu and two chlldien,
II. F. Hoyden.
For Knual ports, per stmr. W. 0.
Hull, sailing this afternoon at S
o'clock. A. SmMltay, Miss Stokes, W
T. llrlgham, T. II. Keywoith, .1. F.
(. Stokes, Paul nomkc, .iiix Schlcm
mur, wife aud three children.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Clnudlne,
sailing today nt i p. in. Miss Mary
Alexander, Win. Harnhart, E. C.
Moore, Dr. A. N. Sinclair, John Wal
ker. II. A. Giles. It. 11. Hnnth, Miss
Delia lloihn, Miss M. McEtroy, F.
Wllbtnton, (3. II. Schrader. W. W.
Wilght, ltobeit Shea, Jns. McCrndy.
J. 1). Holt, II. C. Aldrlch. It. W. Con
don, J. It. Mr) ers, j. M. Horba, P.
F. Sdinehifi-, 11. P. Jones. John
1 Chfiiicey, Nelson l.nloa, Jnmes Mc
Kay. Thos. O'Hrlen, Wm. II. Smith.
C'llIIH. II. Ill'lllllll, IM. TOVVKO. A. V
Hem. Duke Mc.N'hhul, J. K. Meyers,
I'bos. Lnwson. C. M. V. Forster, A.
Dunn, S. Drown, A. Uvinaeh nnd
wile, John Hlckey, Matt Heffern, IJ.
C. Smith, Sing You.
For San Francisco, p r 0. S. S So
noma, April 15 E. J. Cotton, F. M.
Hatch, Mis Hendricks, John Swnuson,
James Murray, (leorgo Hallam, It. 11.
I.awton, J. D. Jerman, I- Fletcher, V.
11. Dell, Katie Hallam, P. M. Snodgrnss,
V. T. Knox, O. J. Dolose. I.. (1. Shade,
Itubtlt 1-0 lug, II. M. Gohs nnd wife,
Mis. 0. M. Vnrrell and child, A. N.
llellestou, M. M. Hush, Mis. V. F. Phil
lips and Infant, Cl)dc Wrathall, E. A.
Dlgelow. T. M. MiCandUrs. J. S. Me
Candlcss, W. K. Vlckcry. Mrs. V. K.
Vlckeiy. C. 11. durst, (1. K. West and
wife. Miss Clara (leru, Miss Mahh
limns, Misses Scrlpps, Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Fenn, Alexander Hrhlatcr, Misses D.
Oyly, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peacock. Mlis
Peacock, Miss Duekly, MIhs Hadllsch,
Mrs. V. F. Frear, Miss II. Pesha, 1). C.
Ileger, A. Meyer, Dr. W. Oicvel. A. It.
Ourrey Jr., (icurg.! Meclhurst, O. Kunst,
Mr. Volght and three ladles. Col. Cham
herhilu nnd wife, A. W. S. Cochrane
V. S. Woodsworth, W. P. Noble nnd
tho Misses Noble, A. J. Coffee, A. F.
Manila, April 7. A total of 107
rases nnd 127 deaths from cholera
wero reported up to noon today. The
natives nr making great efforts to
break up thn quarantine established
hole, and In eo doing ono native has
Wlllenisted, Island of Cliracao,
April 7. The revolution In tho eastern
part of Venezueln has mado much
progress during the past week and thn
Ooverninent has been obliged to send
relnforceuientH of troops and supplies
if ammuntlon dally to many parts ot
(leneinl EBcolanto nnd two of Pres
ident Castro's brothers Buffered s
vern defeat at tlio hands ot Insurgents
under Hornudo, Pcnnlosn nnd Diichnr
inc. April 3, at San Agostln, nenr Ca-
itpano, In the atnto of Dcrmudez.
Of the 850 Ooverninent soldiers en
'ageil In this action only 350 retreat
ml. the remainder being killed, wound
ed or having doserted.
Tho Government was defeated In
another engagement April 4, near El
Pilar, when Its soldiers were trying to
ruarh Carlato, In Dermudoz. On this
occasion tho Oovornmont troops again
retreated to Carupano, whero General
Escalanto Is awaiting inlnforcemcnts.
the buildings will amount to about fl,-
Have you seen this stock of waists ?
Then you have bought. You couldn't resist this
great airay of charming new styles, unless your waist
wants were filled for all time to come. To those of
you who have not invested we say-visit our base
ment salesroom ; you'll buy or we miss our guess.
What of these few?
Zephyr , . , . $2.00
Zephyr shirt waist, fancy
striped, soft cuffs, open front or
open back, colors pink, blue, ami
navy; n beautiful waist. SUvm
32 to 10. Price $20
Mercerized shirt walstu,
latest sleeves nnd cuffs, open
back, front either rows or
French Insertion; colon) striped,
pink, blue, lavender. All sires
WHITNEY & MARSH, Limked 1
For Wont Column Sec Page Six
WANTED Dy two gentlemen, board
and residence In prlvnto family,
where tbero arc no children Ad
dress A. II., box 570. 2UMt
FOR SALE 30 ncres of valuable prop
erty at Pearl City. Improvement
3 good houses, rice mill, nrtealau
well. Hearing fruit trees. C acn
siiitnbl.i for gardening, Dalance ua
dcr cultivation In rice. Fur particu
lars apply to J. Armstrong. Peat I
STERLING bicycle, No. 12B12 bkec
from llagoon Dldg. Apr. 12. Howard
for return F. J. Itussell, Magnon hid
LOST Silver chnlu with coins at
tached. Uu aril If left nt tills of
LOST Don't lose jour hair, for It'a a
good thing to have. Try Puchoco's
Dandruff Killer; It saves the hair.
At Villon llarber Shop.
At th1 adjourned annual meeting of
the Stockholders ol tho lulcr-Islintl
Steam Navigation Company, Limited,
neld this day, the lollowing officers
nnd directors were duly elected for th(
ennuing year: .
J. Ena President '
J. L. McLean Vice President
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
A. W. T. Bottomley Auditor '
Directors J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
W. O. Smith, August Dreler, C.
M. Cooke, J. M. Dowaett, H. A".
Isenberg. C. II. CLAPP,
Honolulu, April 15, 1902. 2122-2w
During my abt.nce from the city
S. Decker will be In harge of my bus
iness. W. W. WRIGHT. I
PIONEER MILL MEETING. '
A special nicftlng of the slocl.hhld-
era of the Pioneer Mill Company Lim
ited, will lie held at the .iffliu of II.
Ilnekf. Id & Co.. Ltd.. ou Thursday,
April 17tb, 19U2, at 2 p. in.
Crulltors of Company "D", N G. II,
will .lcriM lako notice that nil claims
now exlbtlng ugulnst th.i funds of
Company "D" must bo presented to
the Company Commander, Captnln W.
R. Riley, nt Military Headquarters, on
or before tbo 12th day of May, 1002.
W. It. HII.EY.
Captain, First neglment, N. O. 1!.,
Commanding Company "DV
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At thu Regulur Annual Meeting ot
the Hawaiian Realty nnd Maturity
Company, Limited, held on tho 12th
day of April, 1902 thu following offi
cers wero elected to t-erv.i for tho en
L. K. Kentwcll President
Frank Andrade . Vice President
John D. Holt Jr Treasurer
A. L. Ahlo Secretary'
Ed. Stiles Auditor
Thn nbovo olflceis nlso consilium
...o llonid of directors.
THE HAWAHAW llEALTY AND
MATURITY CO., LTD.,
A. L. AHLO.
Honolulu, April 12, 1902.
London, April 8. Lord Klmberley,
'.ho Liberal statesman, who had been
111 for some tlmo past, died this afternoon.
While Lawn, , . , 1.75
White I-awn shirt waists,
embroidered and tucked front,
open back, toft collar and cuffs.
Slz-i 32 to 4'). Price J1.7S
Sheer wlilto lawn shirt
waist hemstitched, open back,
lace Inserted aud hemstitched
front, fjnc) sleeves. Sizes 32 to
P) Pflr $2.50
Will he eecelved by the Superintendent
Of Piihlia Works until 1 p. m. of Mon
day, Ma Gtb. 1902, for laying 6 Inch
and I lucti cast Iron pipe, -1 Inch, 3
Inch aud "-Inch wrought Iron pipe,
hydrants, Maud pipes, etc., for I.ahal
ua WArer Works,
I PlntH and specifications on file In
office or Superintendent of Public
I The Superintendent reserves the
right to teject any and all bids.
JAMES II. DOYD,
Superintendent ot Public Works.
Will he- received by the Superintend
ent of Public Works until 1 p. m. of
Moud.i, May Sth, 1902, for the Con
stitution of Reservoir, Screen and
Stone Chambei etc., for I.nhalna Wa
Plana anl speelflcatlous on fllo In
office ot Superintendent of Public
ihe Superintendent reserves the
rlglt. to rej"-t any and nil bids.
JAMES II. DOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
PU8LIC LANDS NOTICE.
Ou Saturday, May 17th, 1902, at 12
o'clock uoon, at the front entrance of
the JuilPiarv building, will be told nt
Public Auction the lease of the land
known a-i "Kaupihuca" sltuato In tho
District ot Illlo, Hawaii, nnd contain
'lug an Mea of 210 acres, a little more
Term Firo years.
Upset Rental $C00 per annum, pay
ible senil-jniimlly In advance.
Lease to commence from the 17tb
day of Juue, 1902, at which dale pos
lesslon of the land be given.
For ttirthet particulars apply at th
Public Landii Office, Honolulu.
EDWARD 8. DOYD,
CotiiDiU-iloner of Public Ijinds.
Public Land Office, April 12, 1902.
And Every Evtnlng This Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
THE BANKER DAUGHTER
FRIDAY and SATURTJ7VY
BERTHA, THESEWING GIRL.
Matinee Priced, 15 and 25 ccntw
He.tti Now on Sale.
Orplieum Popular Prices 25c, 50e, 75c
A dlvlJeuJ l due and payable to the
stnckholelrrs of the Inter-M.ind Steam
Nivlgitlon Company, Limited, at the
office of th- company, Queen St., on lues
diy, April 15H), 1K02.
'I he stockbooks of the company will be
cloeJ to transfers from the 1 5th to the 1 7U1
N. E. GEDGti,
Honolulu, April 14, 1932. 2121-31
65 Queen St.
Under n power of sale contained In
a certain mortgago mado by Dal
ley's Honolulu Cyclory Co., Ud,
to Hawaiian Trust Co., Ua., dated
Honolulu, November 22, 1901, and
recorded In liber 230, on pages 77
to 81 in tho Register Office, Ho
nolulu, There will bo sold at
At the Store of the
BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY CO.
On FRIDAY, April 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
All the GOODS and CHATTELS com
prised in said mortgage, consisting of:
Bicycle Supplies, Tools,
Electric Motor, Lathe,
Stocks and Dies,
Enameling Oven and Outfit,
Saddles, Lamps, 1
Office Furniture, Safe, Desk,
..Show Cases, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On THURSDAY, April I7rh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-
At my salesroom, 63 Queen stiect, 1
will sell at Public Auction, n consign
ment of New Goods, comprising
imported Marseilles Bedspreads,
Men's Suits, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Office To Let.
Large front office In Lovo building.
A ftno office; rent $15 month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN 8TRUET.
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed-
I rooms, iuuur, uiuiub iuuui. vwiui
kitchen anil until, item vu per
month. Apply to Jas, F. Morgan, 65
TWO . STORY HOUSE In the Ho-
Carthy tract, Deretanla street, 'be
tween Pllkoi and KeeaumoKU mreeis.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Qiia -
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