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Years ago this was a debatable question; now the answer
Is simple and universally the same It consists of the one word
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or P. O. BOX 330.
il WHIM IN
The United States gunboat Wheel
lug Captain Mockllnger came Into
port early this morning from San Dl
i yn itnrUIne at Navy wharf No 2, In
Hit same slip with the transport
Kite davs of the eighteen das' trip'
of the Wheeling were spent sunejlng
about half way between San Diego
nnd this port for locks and n reef
which hao from tlmo to tlmo bion
it-ported to the hydrogrnphlc office by
masters or merchant sailing vessels ,
It waR supposed that there wero
seme rocks Jutting up In the mid l'a
c'flc, seven or tight feet above the sur
fnce. In latitude 29.2 N. longtltude
137 SU W . anil tnai a reel was iocui
id in latltudo 27 40 N.. longitude 140
41 W The Wheeling surve)el these
positions but found no trace whatever
of rocks or reefs. The least depth
liund lij the gunboat was 227S fath
The Wheeling spent nbout a month
patrolling along the coast from Colon
to Panama, dining the Insurrection,
having relieved the Iowa She was
then relieved b the Philadelphia and
went to Mare Island on the 11th In-
Mant. Tho Wheeling will spend ten
or twelve davs hcie, coaling and uiak-
Ing a few minor repalis, when she will
Proceed to Pago I'ago Samoa, (o sur -
ve) harburs, channels and toasts and
to do other hvd-ographlc work Wheth
cr she will relieve the Abarenda as
n stntlon ship nt I'ago Vago, or wheth
ei she will go to seek the Island re
ported by Captain John de Oreaves In
lSD'J, Is not et known further or-
dcis are expected by the steamshlH
China which arrives from San I'ran appointed Administrator of the Estate
clseo tonight or tomorrow morning 'of Timothy D Murraj late or Ilnno-
The trip of the Wheeling from thu lulu, Island of Oahu Territory or Ha
Coast wbb lough for the first few vail deceased Intestate, notice Is here
days and thu vessel rolled consider- I y given to all persons having claims
arly her guns helping her to pla cm- against the said estate to present tho
die. On tho oage, three dajs beforo sime, with proper vouchers, If any ejx
her arrival hero, the gunboat lost her 1st. dulv authenticated, whether sccur
apanesc cook, J Hnniaun, who died rd by mortgage or otherwise, to tho
of renrt disease. I undersigned, at the office of Peterson
Tho officers of the Wheeling are as & Matthew man Kaaliumanu street. In
fellows: Commander O lllockllngcr, tald Honolulu within six months from
Lieutenant Commander and Kxecutlvo tim date of this notice or thej will bo
Offer Henry Wlnett, Lieutenant W jtmever barred And all persons In
S Smith. Lieutenant A C Dlcffci- 'debted to said CBtato are heieby n
bach, Lieutenant .1. L Stlcht, Ensign quested to make Immediate pavment
It. N Marble, Naval Cadet Urjan A. thercor to the undersigned
l-riit. I'ant Assistant Surceon liny-1 r'ifAifl.1'. v vniim.iv
n end Spenr and Assistant Pa master
F. V Sackctt. Tliero are 119 men in
There Is a possibility or a few Ha
vnllan boys being shipped if the) can
The armament of tho Wheeling con
sists of six 4 Inch guns, four six-pound
eip, two onepoundeis, and one Colt's
bout 7 o'clock jestcrelav evening Of Honolulu Rapid Tinnslt & Land
tre Wheeling was sighted by tho Oimpnuj . a corpoiatlon organized tin
lockout at Diamond Head. Sho Ja ,,., ii,,. inttH r the lteiniblli of Ha
0.1 wun.iM nil nigni
HIT IN POST
t dasllght tho tug Eleu arrived In J'" . for ' le Purpose hereinafter set
the harbor with the waterlogged f"''h an(1 d'-f, '," .St"c,ar ?'
irl.ooner Twilight of the Lealu Nnvi- J ' forporntlon to give to the stock
gallon Companv In tow. bavin.; v W, tlle;eor no"- ,"f Ea.IJ f?i
cceded In bringing her In a very dum ncetlug. which said order o, said Vice
..d condition from Koloa. Kv1.1l. B','cntQ la 'n siting and one file
where the little craft went on tl a ,wl'h the Secretary of said corporation,
re cks In a squall a few daj sago. Iho' Now therefore. Notice Is hereby
Ele.i left Koloa with her tow at noon E"cn, t0 J. Btc'h,,I?r? f sa,d tor
jesterday. It was no easy task 10 iwat on that i at 9.30 o'clock ; a. m. on
bring the Twilight along. She was h h day of May. A. D. 1902 a spe-
pulled along broadside much of the meeting of tho stockholders of
distance and swung from ono sldo to Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Com.
the other In the rough sea In a way V? J heW Jt AMemblr Ilall.
that taxed tho strength of tho lino. I """ tie & Cooke T,lmlted off Ices,
The Twilight now lies at the i:wa 'n the city of Honolulu. Islan.1 of Oa-
end of tho harbor, where she. will bo tin. Territory of Hawaii, for the pur
surveyed. About 100.000 feet of lum- tosfe,0' considering the proposition o
ber was what kept her afloat. Her "ea .a bonded Indebtedness of said
rudder Is gone, as Is also a good por- "onoluln Rapid Transit & Land Com-
tion of her keel. She Is over halt full n!l 'VS" f ?7" T""01)
cf water. Tho probabllitle: are that I1"11"8 , ' ,00' In gold coin 0
she will bo again repaired nnd once 'hP """?, 8ta.,c? "' A,m"'c. , a"'l
more resume her somewhat eventful t If sad bonded ndebtedness la au-
career. Captain Kane and the ciow thorlzed to bo crented that t bo rep-
of the Twilight wero brought to Ho "f" by the bonds of said corpor-
nrinln In lm Fleu n lon to bear such date as tho lloard
""" ' " ,, , of Directors may determine, to ha
GENERAL WAUISEN'8 RBPLY.
London. April 20 General Sir
Charles Warren gavo out a commiinl
ration today In responso to General
Puller's Btlnglng criticisms of his con-
duet at Splon Kop. This evening, how-
ever, ho icquested the newspapers not
to publish the communication Oener
al Wnrren'B statoment simply ex-
picsses his hope that tho Government
will publish tho completo documents
re'atlng to Splon Kop Ho asserts
that tho dispatches as published In
the white book, considered by them
selves, cause unjust reflections upon
himself and bis command.
ULJilLW ", TSKSStrjmjsrsammRr jwmwa
THEY NEVER GOME BACK!
WANTED A reliable salesman who
toers the other Islands to handle
n side line. J1W per month guaran
teed don t conflict with other goods
Address In confidence. X E . this
office 2134 tf
WANTED Do J oil want a quieting,
lefreshlng and Invigorating hat;
tonic? (Jet 1'acheco's Dandruff Kit
ler. at Union Barber Shop.
jr0R SALE Uambltr blcjcle At 100
neretanla Ave 2114 2t
A special stockholders' meeting of
the Honolulu Itapld Tranult & Land
Compnnv will be held In Asscmbb
lnll oer the office of Castle R. Cooke
(United, corner of lie the 1 nnu King
stieets, Honolulu, on Wednesda) May
7, 10112, nt 30 o'clock a in
At Mich muting It Is Intended to
propose alterations nnd amendments
In the b laws ami an Increase In the
capital stock of tho company,
I lly order of the Vice President.
' J. A OILMAN.
fcjecretarj Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Honolulu April 28. 1902
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned, havlnc been duly
'Administrator of ln(' ltatc or Tim
othy n Xunay, Deceased Intes
Dated Honolulu, f II. Apill 29. A
2134 April 29. Jlaj 6, 13 20 27
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
wall, now Teirltor) of Hawaii
Whereas the vlce President or said
Icdiporatlon did on the twent eighth
leas' of April, 1902 call a special mcit
llt.g 01 the stockholders of bald coipor
' nt Ion to be held at the time nnd place
IHjahlo twent flvo je-ars after date,
with Interest nt the rate of C per rent
rer annum, pavablo hnirjearly, fcald
bends to lie oxicuteil and Issued In
such denomination or denominations
as mav be detei mined by the Board ol
Directors of kald corporation, anil If
no created said bonded Indebtedness
to be secured by a mortgago or deed
of trust upon all of the corporato prop-
citj and franchises now belonging to
raid corporation or which it may bore
By order of tho Vice President,
' J. A OILMAN,
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit &
I Land Company,
' Honolulu, April 28,
FIRST VISIT HERE
(Continued from page 1.)
slie was built on the Clyde In 1883, for
the Hill line operating to the Cape or
Good Hope. She did not come up tc
requirements In speed and was rejected
by the Hill line She was then rechrls
tened the Richmond Hilt and was used
by the company of that name In the
South African trade Later, sho wa
bought by the Allan lino and went Into
the trade between New York and Liver
pool nnd Philadelphia and Glasgow, be
ing then named the Iloumanla,
The United States Government pur
chased her early In 1893 and her name
was changed to the Crook, after tho
great Indian fighter.
The Crook was In the transport ser
vice between New York, Santiago de
Cuba and Porto Hlco until last Decem
ber, when she sailed from New York to
Manila, via the Suez canal, She went
on a coasting trip after her arrival nt
Manila and on the Cth of last month sin
was dispatched to San Francisco from
the Philippines. This wa$ her first
trip to San Francisco.
Captain Walcott, who Is the third
oldest master In the transport service,
though young In jears, has commanded
the Crook for nearly four sears. He is
one of the most popular men In thu
The Crook docked at Navy wharf No,
1 about 1 o'clock this morning, where
she will coal. She expects to resume
her vovage to the Philippines tomor
row afternoon or Thursdaj morning.
Following Is a complete list of tho
passengers aboard the Crook, Includ
ing several for Honolulu For Hono
luluFirst Lieut James P ltoblnson,
Artillery Corps, I' S. A , Ilarnhard
Andetson acting hospital steward, It.
Cheatham. II Nicholson J 1). Itoss,, li
L Sehwnrsbuig, private of the Hospi
tal Corps, J F Host. It A Ludlam, 1L
(1 McDiiulel, W Dnnvers, L Frtcdam,
privates of the G"th company of the Ar
tiller Corps. For Manila Major J. U
Jackson, Captain 11 It. Lee, Captalm
J. A. Emery, W T Wilder, J W. Hca-
vey, First Lieutenants S. G Chiles. J.
W. Ftirlon, W M. Parker, O. It. Booth;
H"toDil Lieutenants G It Crawford, S.
T, Mac kail, A. O. Seaman, First Lieut,
(, L. Johnson, all above of the 11th V.
Is lnfnntrv Mnlor Peter It. Fcan ttiir-
I geon, F S A.; Major J N Henry, sur
geon, V S. V . Capt. John P. Hams, U.
S, A. C ; Cnpt W K Jones, t.th V S. I.;
First Lieut llarr) L. James. I' S. A.
0, i: T Wilson. E. 11. nall, W. E
. lid, C A. Warwick, cont.att sur
geons, V S A., Second Lieutenants
' D. A. Snjder, D. V. Ch imuMliln. V
; M Elmore. A A. Hlcko, of the 30tli
2d. Cth and 15th U. S. 1 Mis W K.
I .'ones nnd 2 children, .Mrs, Harry 1L
Lee, Mrs II. L. James, Mr . Fianl.
Woodbury. Mrs Charles M. St.inlsfcr,
I Clarence W DorRey. Mis C W lor
sey nnd child, Willis l.jncli. teacher,
Mrs W I.jnch nnd ch'll. .Mrs. J. V.
I Voss O W. Gannon and v He, Mri. I
Ilarbeau and two children, Mre Gar
ret O Ilellly and child. S t Carruthcn,
'teacher; 13. II Fogerty, S C. William-
son, II T. Schlldroth. M. I). J. H
1 Thlgpen, P. II Loughrnn. A. H. Ken-
ncdy. J. W. Desmond, II. E Deputy. 3
I A. Harvey, W, Hartlaub, C. F. Loeb'
; cnsteln, 33 private of the Hospital
Corps and COG enlisted men of '.he 1Kb
OF oT. E
Cujtaln Cook Lodge. No 333, Order
Sons of St George gave n dance In San
Antonio Hall last night In honor ot
the saint whoso name the lodge bears.
While the Inclement weather prevented
nmii people from attending, there was
nevertheless a large number present,
all of whom enjojed themselves thor-
I The hall was tastefully decornted
I am) music was furnished b a native
I quintet club Dancing was kept up to
u lute hour and refreshments were-
served between dances Rev Alex.
Mackintosh did nut make a speech, as
was stated In the Advertiser, as he had
to leave the festivities carl) In the
1 lie committees were as follows Re
ception Bros F II G. Se)mour, W.
Wright, George S Harris, W C. Roe,
It j A Jordan, F A Iliirnlngham; mas
ter of ceremonies. Bro, C. A Mackin
tosh, floor committee, Bros F. II. G.
Sejmour, W. Wright, J R Collins. C
A Mackintosh, decoration committee,
Bros F II G Se)mour George S. Har
ris, S It Jordan
wu co:s ns
The postponed annual meeting of
thu btoekholders of Wnltnea i'lanta
t'on Company was held this morning
nt 10 o clock In the assembly room
larovc Castle & Cooke's offices. Tho
I reports of the manager, secretary and
.ticasurer were rend before tho meet
ling nnd approved Theso reportB will
be ready In printed form In a few days
and will bo distributed among tho
Officers for tho entulng jcar wero
riected as rollows: President, J. I).
Athorton; lco president, II. W.
Smith; secretary, E. D, Tenney;
tieasurer, W. A, Bowen; and audi
tor, E, P, Chapln.
IN Y. 1 1, i GHEo
I Tliero will bo no iccturo at tho Y.
W C. A Thuisday nfternoon on ac
count of tho May Day celebration
I which takes place on that day
I At tho song service In tno Y W C.
A rooms on Thursday noon .Miss Ed
lilt Rogers will render a vocal selec
tion 1 'llie Y W C A sowing meeting
I will bo held Friday evening at tho
home of Mrs Henry C Blown on Kl
1 nil at root An Invitation Is extended
to all ladles of tho Association to at
tend, bringing their work along, and
to eomo as carl) In tho evening as pos
sible The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largesc ana best pub
lished In the Territory Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 year.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, April 29,
Temperature Morning minimum,
68; Midday maximum, 76,
Barometer at 9 a m. 29.96. Falling.
Dew Point 69F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 60 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
29 Weather clear; wind light NE.
Tuesday, April 29.
IT. 3. A. T. Crook, WalcotL from
Oan Francisco (April 21), at 7 a. m.
with mall and passengers for Honolu
lu, and mall and troops, cabin passen
gers and stores for Manila. At Navy
wharf No 1.
U 8. gunboat Wheeling, Blocknn
ger, 18 davs from ban Diego; nt Navy
wharf No 2, docked at 8 a m.
Tug Bleu, from Koloa, Kauai, at 5
n. m, with the waterlogged schooner
Twilight In tow.
Tuesday, April 29.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports at noon.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, at 5 p. m,
Btmr. Lchua, Naopala, for Molokal
ports, at S n. m.
Stmr W Hall, H. Thompson, tor
Kauai ports at E p. m.
Stmr Mlhau, Thompson, ror uiccie
ahd llanapepe, at 5 p. m.
O. S. S Alameda, Harrlman,
San Francisco, at 4 p. ra.
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnau. April 29, nt noon. T. R. Kc)
worth, John T Baker, O. V Schloet
elberg, T McMillan, E N Boukofsky,
Miss Kanclinkii Root, h'razer, .Miss 1;.
II. Allen I) Conwny, A Charles
Mrs. A Delfa Tong Lee, F. Briighcl
II, Rev J P Dickson, L C Lyman,
If P Jones O Russell, Gordon Rus
sell, J M Goiiva and wife, Mrs Dr.
O. B. Cooper, child and nurso; F. J.
Amweg Mrs J W Chapman, W. C.
Bcckert and wife Frank WoodB nnd
For Maul ports per stmr. Claudlne,
April 29 at 6 p m J. S. Raiston, 1 1.
I.'owcll. Mrs J. Cushlngham and son,
Mrs. S E Dalle) Mrs. J. K Kama
niiutti nnd two children O. II. Paul,
G. E. Murray Henry Copp, Charles
II. Llndholm Mrs. B K. Holstcln
nnd child Rev J K Josepa, wife and
tliree children S N Palmer Mrs. 1.
Joshua and child, Father Stephen.
San Francisco April 21 The strike
o' tho conductors nnd mntormen of
the Market street lallway s)stem was
on In real earnest )csterday Tho
ti up wns complete In ever) respect
and barring ono car on caeli line
which wns sent over tho s)stem In
order that the franchlso rights of the
company might not be Impaired, and
the running of thu mall cars, not a
wheel on the entire s)stcm moved
throughout tho dny,
Tho completeness of tho tie up wns
n matter of surprise not only, to tho
officers of the railway company, but
to the public as well. Tho unanimity
ol action on the part of liio employes
i.i walking out almost to a man Is an
Indication of tlje deep seated feeling
tl nt existed among tho men against
the company for tho stringent regula
tors Manager Vlnlng has seen lit to
enforce. One of those which has been
most obnoxious to the men wub the
espionage to which they wero subject
ed on their davs off. A rule which has
worked n hardship on the conductors
Is one forbidding them to lean against
the rear railing of tho car whllo on
duty. The most obnoxious regulation
of all wns that which practically for
bade tho men from Joining tho union
order whose auspices tho strike was
A feeble attempt was mado to turn
cut some of the cars of tho Mission
and Valencia street branches at the
iieiial hour )esterday morning Ab fast
as thu men appeared at thu carhouses
they were met by tho pickets of the
strikers, and a moment later they
walked away In company. Ono car
was turned out without opposition
end, manned by two men, It proceeded
to the fe rry. The strikers wero order-
b. and alhtoueh a ntimliT of police
men were on the scene Fnelr services
weio not called Into requisition.
vlnlng as Conductor.
At the carhoiiBu of thu Sacramento
street line Mumger Vlnlng plajid a
conspicuous lole that of conductor.
Vlnlng made several trips over the
line nnd collected tares with the dig
n't) ol an old time conductor Ho was
Jeered good nnturedly by tho crowds,
I nt paid llttlo attention to tho cries
f derision that greeted him, Lntci In
the afternoon ho visited the Mission
Hi net enrhouso and mado an address
to several employes, In which ho tald
he was willing to treat directly with
tlo men themselves, singly or collect
ively, but ithat he would not recognize
tl o men affiliated with tno union, who,
he said, wero discharged employes.
following his, address ho took a car
to the ferry, and among his passen
gers were several employes who are
rot In sympathy with the strike.
Thu falluro of the cars to run as
usual was a Bource of great Inconve
nience to the residents along the va
rious lines of the system living in the
outskirts ot the city.
Mayor Schmltz made the following
statement relative to the strike sltua
tion'late last night:
"I consider the situation as being
lull of promise for the street railway
employes who aro striking fcf better
pay and tho recession of unreasonable
regulation enforced against them by
the railway comnanv There haB been
n violence and my conviction Is that
tl ero will be none. Tho strikers are
orderly and they hnvo assured me that
they will pruscrvo tho peace at all
' I will never consent to place police
men on tho street cars of tho compa
ny, Tho company will be given ample
police protection should It ho requir
ed, hut until tho necessity for It ex
it ts no pollen will escort tho cars
about tho city. I expect to hold a
conference with the officials of the
street lallway company tomorrow. 1
em convinced that thu strike will not
b of long duration "
A man seldom gives hU health a
thought until aftsr be ote It.
virftTh4 ' ir 'f- -
W, & M., Ltd. I W. & MM
OF THE GROCERY TRADEI
PER S. S. ALAMEDA : :
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Fort Street, above Berctanln.
Gomes & McTighe
All the finest liquors In stock
nt our place Telephone orders
Gomes & McTighe
PHONE MAIN 140.
wall paper !
The prettiest and swcllest of
moderately priced wall papers.
Very handsome with applique
We have every shade under
the sun In Ingrain I'apers, and
nil tho now Art Nouvuaus,
Hveryone Invited to see the
LEWERS & COOKE,
fn NEWS AND OPINIONS
fl on to
i National Importance
fl ' ALONE ,
if) Contains Both. J
3;Dlly, by Mall, , $6 a yeirV"
V rVillu r,A llnliv. Uv mill tA 1 rtt"'
(B ' i&
The Sunday Sun
j is the greatest Sunday News-j
h paper in the world. .-j
(!) Price is: a copy. By mail, $2 a vcari
IU AUdimTIIESUN, New YorlcV U
Senator nlklna of West Virginia,
one son at Princeton, another at Har
vard, and a third at the Unlversit) of
I'ennB)lvanla, Theaei three hrotiiem
are constantly at wanover the" meritj
of their respective tustl'."'"us.
I CcUNHINfiHAI-l WlllSHJIf SM
V JARGQMAUr WHISKIES VV5j
Ltd, W. & M Ltd.
Short Lengths of
Silks, Ribbons, Linings, Calicoes,
Ginghams, Linens, White Goods
Laces and Embroideries,
at prices representing not '1-2 of cost.
IN ALL LINES
l' rw ;i
MAY 8 to 26, I902 ;,!
I t'HCI TllWlllWI t I'll I"! Ill lll9 li.ny
antl first nptwarance Iln Ifutolutu of the ''
ctnimtit actor Mr ty
Frederick Warde i
nnd Ills iJUtlntfuKhctl orcAnt ration, lio h
n 111 present the lIlouitiK clastic and U
Thursday Night, May 8,
Saturday Matinee, May 10, '
THE MOUNTEBANK. 5
Saturday Night, May 10, !
JULIUS CAESAR. .'j
Tuesday Night, May 13, ,'j
KINO LEAR. (
Thursday Night, M"ay 15, (
Saturday Matinee, May 17, Ji
MERCHANT ,OF VENICE. tj
Saturday Night, May 17, )
Program lor other Iwrlormaiices wiltW ,?
dul announced lit
Complete Scenic productions, j)
Armor, Costumes, Etc., Special- j
ly Brought for Each Play. f
Scale of Prices Entire Lower j
Floor, $1.60; Family Circle, $1; -'j
Loges, $10; Boxes, $15, .'.
Season Sale Now Open at -)j
); of Seats May 1st.
e-i nrilercd b Mailer Telephone will (
be UK! aMe lit llie onler reciUed, but ,;
none will be held after May i
Uvery evening during tho week except
A FLAG IF TRUCE
WEDND8DAY AND THUR8DW
, THE AMERICAN GIRL '
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Orpheum Popular Prices 25c, BOc, 75c
MATINEE PRICES 16c and 25c.
The eighty-third anniversary of tho
Independent Order of Odd Fellows ot
Honolulu was celebrated on Saturday
evening In Progress Hall. A musical
pnd literary progiam was given during
the early part ot the evening, conclud
ing with a dance which lasted until
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
.- r ',
65 Queen St.
GRAND AUCTION SALE
On THURSDAY, MAY I,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
t my salesroom, CG Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, very
Kirgo quantity of fresh canned groc
eiles. In tho very best of good order,
Canned Corned Beef,
Frankfurter Sausage, Deviled Ham,
Salmon In tins. Pork Sausage,
Corn Starch, Laundry Starch,
Pried Orecn Peas, Sugar Peas,
Laundry Soap, Canned Oysters,
Jams, Jellies, Tablo Pears,
Table Peaches, Table Apricots,
Tablo Qrapca, Table Pineapples and
We guarantee theso goods and the
rnlo should be attended.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
May 1st. 2d and 3d, at 10 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m. on each day
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Corner Merchant and Fort streets, the
entire assortment of tho workB of art
MR. THEODORE WORE8
Will be disposed of at Public Sale.
All reserve prices havo been remov
ed, except on a very few ol tho larger
end rarer pictures, on which tho limits
have been lowered.
MR. WOIti:S has an established
reputation In these Islands as an ar
tist of rare skill, and tho Bale should
therefore havo a largo attendance.
Pictures on view on threo days pre
Jas. F. Morgan.
Office To Let.
Large front offlco In Love building.
A fine office; rent 15 month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STRBET.
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Hent (40 per
month. Apply to Jbb. F. Morgan, 65
TWO STORY HOU8E In the Mc
Carthy tract, Deretanla street, be
tween Pllkol and Keoaumoku streets,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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