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nVENINO BUU.8TIN, HONOLULU. H.
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TV. FRIDAY, MAY 2, -L102
WHAT IS THE
BEST BICYCLE ?
Years ago this was a debatable question: now the answer
Is simple and universally the same It consists of the one word
There Is no wheel to equal the COLUMBIA CHAINLESS
In durability, caso and lojks, Fitted with coaster brake, cush
ion frame, cliolco of tires, pedals and gear, the wheel Is perfect.
$85 BUYS ONE
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
BHLBRS BLOCK, PORT STREET.
Memorial Fund Makes
ABOUT $350 By
liy last night's entertainment at the
Opera House which was taken part tn
by the silioola of the city the Mc
Klnlc) Memorhl Knnd Is something
lke $310 better off. The total sum tak
tu In by the sate of tickets was f IGC
73. As soon us nil bills have been set
tled, the amount remnlnlim will be
turned over to the treasme- c.f the Mc
Klnlo Memorial Fund as ihe donation
of the schools of the city townid the
proposed memorial pln ground
The entcitaluineut last night vvnv a
iticcess In every way, thre blnt- a
large attendance us well us perfect
satisfaction our the excellent Felc -tlons
put on 1) the various schools
Just three hundred nnd sit pupils
of both public and private sJiooli of
the i It J were' Included In the piodue
tlon of hst night's, entertainment The
schools represented were a3 follows.
St Andrew's Prloiy, the Xors.nl, Ka
laehaniehj dills', Kamehamoh i Hoys',
Ho)al, Kn.'.liiim.iiiu and Hliih schools
Kawalab.to Seminary, Oahu Collide
Tht Territorial band under I lie loadei
hlp of Captain Ilergcr, did much to
ward the entertainment o't the fmdl
mce The Wulklkl stage box was occupied
, irti,,!!.,.!,.! m w.:. r-
by Acting Ooernor and Mrs. Henry U
Cooper who had as guests .Mrs. Han
ford II Dole nnd Commission.- Harrelt
of the St. Louis Imposition. Th box
opposite was occupied by trine nnd
Princess Kawauniiakoa. One of the
upper hoxts wiih occupied by JIIm Itoso
Datlsou of the Department of ,.,lbic
instruction, nnd party.
The program began with a Ma Da
festlial maicb l,v tlin h.in.l. ih.. n.r.
taln rising on n hjhan scene with the 8lte, "mn 'er 'rom thc, fourtn grailt''
musicians In their white unlforn-j do I .m,"dc u" ,'"c q"ota ot tll; HlRn scl,o1
cupylug the back part of the stage. Th ' f le llcnt work of these young la
curtaln fell after a number of s-lic- l,c" " under the direction of MIkh
tlons had been plied, and lose again l-artwrlght.
on the young ladles of St. Andicw'n
l'rlorj dancing around a May pole each i
one holding a ribbon. This number
was excellently executed. The third
was the "Fairyland Wultz" of Veaile
sung by the students of the Xoimal
The scarf dance by pupils of Mrs
Ounn's dancing class was one of the
iJiUBL UIVIULllC H'lllUICS Ull CIIU ,IU-
gram Tliere were live little girls,
dressed in gauzy pink, blue und white
gowns, While on the stage they were
under the changing colors of calcium
lights. "The llrldal of the Hlrds" was
sung'by a chorus of twenty-Ihe girls
from Kamehamehn. Tho young Hawa-
llan ladles were all dressed In white.
A wand drill was ghen by Ihlrty-two
Lojs of the lloal schocd. There was
marchl.i; rid counter-m.uhluj. Sus-
pended fnnn tho llles wtrn banners
upon which weio the words "Kula
Alll" (Hoyal School). This perform-
ance wub well done. lis the cashier. Through tho latter's
The Kawalnhao girls sang "Malta li.lrlgueB, tho hcio Is comlcted of
Polal" so well that there was great .forging the drill's name. Though In
danger of an Insistence on an encore ncrentf ll0 ,8 Bentcnced (o slng S!n ,
but as t was stated on tho program . . ,,, ...
that no encores would bo allowed, the I ah,1,1"nRer (Mr pBn" ls
audience desisted. The plantation I wcaltll y"nS V"rt with n boundless
scene by the pupils of the Knuhumanu rnnaclt' for fl,n Bn(l K-ckles'i aihen
school was received with great enthu- J lure. He espouses the young clerk's
slasm. The sceno was one typical of cause and devotes his energy to track
the South, the bojs and girls being ng the real culprit. A midnight rob
dressed In ull manner of fantastic at'
tire and appearing with faces blacken
ed. They sang "My Old Kentucky
Home" moBt effectively. Caklum
lights were used. Mrs. Rus&cl and Miss
Felker assisted In the presentation.
"The Glory of God In Nature" and
"Last Night" were presented by the 'peny will show to advantage. A fam
Oahu College chorus under the dlrec-jl'y matinee nnd reception will be glv
tlon of Prof. Uallaseytis. 1 he chorus , n Saturday. "The American Girl"
did very creditable work. , be prciiented. IJaby Lillian and
The boys of Kamehameha ng m0 Ij0U() a p ,
"Nuuanu" as only Hawallans can sing . ,. , , , , , . "
It. ITof. King was the leader and ho,LlUI,e Ijl1r- TUe ehUivea will
plaed the 'cello In an Instrumental rcecle lho children of Honolulu on
quintet. The boys wore the uniform of
the school. Tho Punahou Quartet
played the "Murhih Poudo."
The last und one of the best num
bers on tho program was the cantata,
"The Ivy Oieen," by young Indies of
tho High school, They weie dressed
In white, carried n topo of mallo and
marched about upon the stage to music
by the band. There was a great deal
of variation and originality In this
number and thu young ladles carried
themselves very gracefully
Miss Anna Tucker took the part of
the Queen and ns the young ladles
marched about on the stage executing
a number of Intricate figures, they
finally formed Into a seml-clrcle,
leaving a space at the rear for the
queen to advance. She stepped forward
to her throne, accompanied by two
little girls, then came thc offering of
malic Ids. a purely local touch which
was very much appieclated
Eight girls, Including Mlts Alice
Cooper, daughter of Acting (oernoi
Cooper, recited In connection with the
cantata They spoke pliuslngly and
enuncluted very clearly. There was a
lengthy reading by Miss Dunn who
stepped to the front of the stage to
perform lier part. Miss Emma Talor
sang a solo that was ery well re
ceded One of the most Important parts of
the cantata was to lime ben taken by
Miss Irma Dullentjne but as she was
HI, It could not be given. Miss Uillen
One had done excellent work during
the drills and It was a great disappoints
mctit that she was unable to appear.
The concluding number on the pio
gram was the tableau In which Miss
Illanche Sopcr appeared as the Goddess
of Liberty. The High School girls,
who took part In' the cantata wero also
Included In this number. On the stago
was a large painting of President Mc
Klnle) decorated with Hags and lels
and near It stood the Goddess of Liber
ty. As the band plujcd "The Star
Spangled Manner" and the audlenco
,; , , ".,",, " T i .
stretched offering their mallo lels to
rnan 41in fr(tto A4ft1 i tilt lintuln iil
the Goddess of Liberty and "Undo
Sum" stood In the background, his faca
beimlng approval. This pose was kept
"p,;""l1",; V'0 cntlrc plalng ' ,h"
"""''' i" b"
of the High school were not picked out
especially for the eiRertalnment The
le!1,lre num,,er '" ,nc thrce nW"
' nd enough to secure the requl-
the mmn mi
A good house witnessed the per
formance of the Cllcfotd company at
Hifc Ornheum laBt nlcht In "Thu Amor.
lcnn 0ri;. Tlle gamc pIay w ,e
gJM-n at the matlneu tomorrow To
r.lght tho company will present Oliver
Doud lljron'H successful comedy dra
ma, "The Plunger." Tho jday is writ
tin In a popular Min, possessing
pany of the humorous featuies of
farce comedy with thu sensntional Tea-
tme8 of mvmrama, Tll0 ,)lot ,8 not
,,,, h h fc
,' ... . , . u .
I"1 ' e"ectU" storr "irne. heroism
c"(1 ,me- A bank clerk Is In love with
te daughter of his employer, and hat-
d b tho cousin of his fiancee, who
bery and murder, the escape and ro
eapiure of the convict, the attempt on
a woman's llfo and a hypnotic expe
i nce niake a particularly exciting
drama. Mr. Watson has a comedy
rele to his liking and the entire corn-
.'he stage after tho performance,
VOYAGl! TO WAIKIKI.
A happy company of navigators and
tlelr wives and children voyaged out
In Walklki this morning, headed for
the Moana Hotel, tho Annox ana tho
V'nlklkl Inn. They were Captain Dart
,nml fam"y of tho bark Pactolus, Cap
lnl" Asplund and family of tho haik
Haydn Drown, and Captain Paulsen
and family of the "slx".mastcd Bchoon-
rr Transit A fleet ark of tho Pain
Street Navigation Company, Limited,
van chartered for tho occasion, being
fitted out and provisioned early In
the morning. Tho party was reported
off Walklki Inn at ft. fow mlntitea be-
MAUNA LOA BRINGS
MANY GOOD THINGS
Sugar, Taro, Poi, Batter, Hogs, Cattle,
Coffee, Oranges, Limes, Bananas,
Not to Mention
Hy the character of Its Inward
freight, the flagship of tho Inter Isl
and Steam Navigation Company, tho
st.cedy and ever punctual steamship
Mnunn I.oa, Captain Slmerson, Is get
ting to bo known along Honolulu's wa1
terfront as "the pantry boat."
The Mauna Loa never icturns to
this port from Lr regular trip to Ha
wall and Maul ports without a goodly
corgo of fine things to eat. To bo
sure, the tasty articles of food coma
In every conceivable form. Some of
them come "on the hoof" In the shape
of cattle, and some "on the hog" In the
torm of fine, fat pigs, while coffee, tha
lemous Kona cofiVe, taro, the best In
the market, butter, fruits "of all kinds,
Including bananas, oranges and limes
In generous quantities, jam, pol, vege
tables of alt varieties and other things
too numerous to mention, nro nearly
alwas Included In the cargo of tha
I returning Mnunn l.oa, to say nothing
i,f tho sugar she brings to be shipped
away to the Coast and around tho
I Horn to far New York, I'hllnilelphla
I nnd llaltlmorc.
me .Mnunn i .on nrriveu in port at
the iikii-iI early hour this morning,
shortly nftor 5 o'clock, docking at tho
lh.alitna 7-fi liners nf attnn- fn. n
,...., i n ...i mi. n t....i.. r n "
.... . . . . ' . .' .
the steamer bi ought over half a bun
clred bagB of Kona coffee, sixty two
sacks of taro, nearly one hundred
bundles of bananas,' thirty four kegs
f butter twenty four cases of oranges
and limes, fifty three caseB of poha
Jam iirteen barrels of pol. six bundles
ci hides, four pigs, twenty eight head
of cattle, to say nothing of a couulo
nf hundiecT packages of miscellaneous
r: eight containing nil kinds of farm
pioducts and ono thing and another.
The discharging of the cargo was
ci nimenced almost as soon us thu
Ainunn Loa docked. The usual crowd
v.uh on hand to claim goods they had
been looking foi This Is nlwajs an
Interesting ciowd nnd a bus) one. Thu
birnller consignees seem to bo partic
ular!) anlous In regard to theso
tl lngs which they have been expect
They create more fuss over a grunt
ing porker that has been sent down
firm Kau hy n relative to play main
' ish at a birthday luau loan does too
man who gets Ills stud l the ton.
It has been remarked that the Isf-
und steamers In tho Paradise, of the
J Pacific are not unlike the suburban
accommodation trains that run Into
dig cities on the Mainland. Indeed,
the landing of passengcis from an
Itlnnd boat lemlnds tho Mainland
ivun very much of the coming to
town of his country cousin with a cou
p'.c of boxes of plants and flowers nnd
perhaps n couple of birds, chickens,
pigs or a crate of fresh fruit. Theso
rinal surroundings have theft effect
on the men who mako up the ship's
company. Contentment and a happy
di mestlclty beams from their faces,
and Captain Slmerson nnd his son
I'urecr Slmerson, carry In their conn
tenances that peace which comes
frcm a constant association with the
v,orls of natuic In tho shapo of live
sleek and garden truck.
Several passengers arrived In the
J.uuna Loa, Including Cecil Drown
Fred. Clark and John Knae.
An attempt was inado by the cro
of the Mauna Loa tn locate tho lost
gasoline launch of thu steamer liana
lei, but without success
Puiser Slmerson reports a Duo trip,
tood weather being enjoyed through
cm, with little, or no rain. Naalenu
si-gar mill stopped grinding on Mon
day last and on tho same day tho Ho
I pupo mill commenced grinding.
Light northeast winds and smooth
ocas wero experienced Tn the chnnnel
coming home, l'ho 57auna Loa goes
nut again on her regular trip on Tues
cay next at noon.
Other steamers of tho Inter-Island
company arriving this morning wore
thu Noeau, Captain Vfyman, fromKu
kulhaele, and the Walaleale, Captain
Piltz, from Anahola. Tho former ves
h1 brought a few passengers nnd 4J30
bagsbr sugar, arriving In port, a little
before 4 o'clock. Tho latter boat
btought 3420 bags of sugar and came
in about 5 o'clock. Purser Paul Stlel
rf tho Walalealo reports 111,394 bogs
of sugar awaiting shipment on tho
OariTen Isle. The Nllhau was at Ma
kawcll when the Walalealo left.
Last night about 9:40 o'clock the
steamer W. G. Hall, Captain S. Tbomp
son, arrived from Knual ports with
0600 liags of sugar for Alexander &
Baldwin. Francis Oay and family and !
.1. J. Sullivan were inward passeigers.
This afternoon tho steamers Kauai
and IwalanI sail for Punaluu aicT Kl
l.iuea nt 3 and 4 o'elfick respectively.
Purser Slmerson of the Mauna Loa
reports work going forwnrd viithout
any trouble on tbo Kona sugar plan
Cardinal Gibbons will cclebrito hlj
silver Jubilee as Archbishop of Haiti
moie on October 3.
Weather llurau, Punahou, May 2.
Temperature Morning minimum
08, Midday maximum, 74
Barometer at 9 a m. 30 04 Steady.
Dew Point C8F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 90 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal StaUon, May
2. Weather cloudy; wind light NK.
Thursday, May 1.
Str. W O. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Mnul potts, nt 9:40 p. m, with SoOt)
bags of wgar for Alexander & liald
Friday, May 2.
Rtr. Neeau, Wyman, from Kukulhae
le, at 3 M a. m., with 423C bags of su
gar, TO bundles of hides.
Str. Walaleale. Plltz, from Anahola,
at 4. CO o. m , with 3420 bags nf sugar.
Str. .Mauna I.oa, Slmerson, from Ha
wall and Maul ports, at 5:15 a. m , with
TG2S bass of sugar, S3 bags of coffee,
62 bags of taro, 92 bundles of bananas,
34 kegs butter, 24 cases fruits, 6? cases
poha Jam, 16 barrels of pot, 0 iiundlc
bides, 4 pigs, 28 head of cattle and 223
Dr. bk. Ivanhoe, Grant, from nitrate
ports, at 1:30 p. m.
I'. H. F. C. S. S. Albatross, Thomas,
from cruise, at 11 p. m.
P. M. S. S. Peru, Plllsbury, from
Oriental ports, at 1 p. m at channel
wharf, with 630 tons of rrclght and 337
eteerage passengers for this port. Sails
for San t-ranclsco nt noon tomorrow.
Thursday, May 1,
Str Mlkalialn, for Kauai ports, at S
Str. I.ehua, Nnopata, for Maui and
Molokul ports, at 5 p. m.
Str James Mnkee, Tullett, for Ana
hola, at 4 p m.
Frldav, May 2.
Am. schr. Hclene, Chrlstlanson, for
Sun Francisco, with sugar, at noon.
Str Knual, Ilruhn, for Punaluu nt
s,r Iwalanl, Gregory, for Klhiuea. nt
H P '"
Str. Mnul. Dennett, for I'anulian, Ku
kalau, Ookala, Laupahoeboc and Pa
paaloa, at 5 p. in.
From Knifhl ports, per ftr V, O
Hall. May 1 Francis Gay, wife, child
and maid, .). J. Sullivan.
From Kukiilhaele, per str Noe.iu,
May 2J. Watt, wife and 2 children.
Miss Stewart, Mrs. A. "A'lllts an 1 0 on
i rom Hawaii and Mnul pons, per
str .Mauna Lon, May 2 C. II Kluegcl,
Mrs. Kamablkanc, P. E .Lamar. Miss L,
Cockett, F Peterman, G. M. Han-nrdi
0 H Spencer, Fred Clark. Cecil Drown,
.Mrs. vv. ( Acnl, L. Kloll, Mm. f.
Robinson, -Miss C. Alcana, Miss "1. Pa
lakloto. Miss II Onlula. Miss M L.
Washburn, Miss L. S. Willis, Chonr.
Ksr, Wt Comzky, P. J. Amweg, W. O.
lllgland. J S. Coke, Mrs. Coke nnd 3
children. John Kaae, C. K. Fartkn, H
II. Wllklns and C5 on deck.
PROMINENT PEOPIE '
The Pacific .Mall Steamship Com-
panj s Peru, Captain Plllsbury, nrrlvcd
In port fiom Oriental ports about t
o'clock this afternoon, docking at tho
cnaunei wtinrf. She sailed from Ma.
nllu on the 6th of April and left Hong-
Kong on tnc lztn, and Yokohama on
The Peru brought no cabin passen
gers for Honolulu. In the steerage she
brought 330 Japanese nnd one Chinese
for this port. Over COO tons of general
Oriental freight-arrived for Honolulu
nnd 1200 tons go through to Sua Fran
cisco. Captain Sanders piloted the Peru In
to the harbor. People on the channel
wharf say that It Is a long time since
they huve seen a vessel of tho size of
the Peru docked as quietly, ns easily
and as quickly.
Ike through list of passengers Is u
fair sized ono.
Lieut. A. J. Hoots from .Manila Is
enjoying a leave of absence from du
ties In the Marine Corps In Manila.
Mrs. H. Carrtngton Is (he wife of n
prominent merchant In Uangkok, Sl
am. Mrs. 11. K. Carpenter Is a mission
ary. L. Clouthier Is a round-the-world
Win 1st of Montreal, Canada.
George A. Derby is a United States
Marshal und Is taking two Federal
prisoners to the States from Peking.
One of the prisoners Is a soldier and
the other n bluejacket They arc In
custody for looting In China.
Captain I. E. Emerson Is the man
ager of a large Ualtlmore drug com
pany and Is touring the world with a
party, consisting of his valct.hls daugh
ter and maid, Mrs. E. P. Jenkins and
daughter, Dr. S. Smith McKIra and Sir.
and Mrs. Gerard Stuyvesant of the fa
mous New" York family.
Mrsa, F. Holtzclaw and child are
from Manila and are taking a vaca
tion. J. W. Morrison and wife arc
prominent English people.
Lieut. W. C. Kubelka Is an officer In
thc Austrian navy. '
George W. Neville ivnd wife belong
to Houston, Texas, and have been tra
veling for pleasure. Neville Is a well
known cotton man. 8. II. Grant and
Hubert Robinson have been In Natal
und have some very Interesting ad
ventures, llusy but ever obliging Purser T. J
Allen reports a good trip as far ns
weather and everything elso was con
cerned. The Peru Ih In ahead of time
having maintained a good speed from
Yokohama. She sails for thc Coast it
It transpires, from tho evidence so
far offeicd In the "merger" railroad
case, that Mr. Hill took out the charter
for purely benevolent and social pur
Prince Mlchl of Japan Is tljft young
eft helrnrcsumptlve to any throne, be
ing only eight months 'old.
i i i
Head th Riillrtln. $1 per year.
W. & M Ltd. W. &
' SALE of
For Want Column See Page Six
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St cor Dethel, aro offering:
FURNISHED house, 4 bedrooms and
stable; Lunalllo nr. Pensacola Rent
(45 per mo. Will rent for C or 12
FURNISHED house 111 Nuuanu valley
closo to Rapid Transit; 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, double parlor, dining
room, stable for 3 horses, cowshed,
FURNISHED hout on Deretnnla; 4
bedrooms with tiro of cow and
chickens for 3 or 4 months. Very
FURNISHED house at Walklki, 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages In yard. Good
bathing Rent reasonable.
COTTAGE on Fort St of S rooms, san
Itnry plumbing, rent reasonable.
HOUSE of 12 rooms, 2 cottages in
jard suitable for lodgings. Kent
VATERHOU8E & PODMORE, 39 S.
King, ror Dethel, want a furnished
cottage of 3 bedrooms centrally lo
cated. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
fs'ME. P. LAMBERT, the lashlonabte
French dressmaker, makes stvllsh
dresses at teasonable prices. Bos'
ton Uldg. room 306.
NEW - TO-DAY
A special meeting of the membera
oi tho Healinl Yacht and Iloat Club
will bo held at the club house Mon
day, May 5th 1902. at 7:30 p. m.
Important business; consideration
!ef locU'rb Improvements to building
unci rowing u. C. HHODES,
Camara & Co
S E corner Queen and Alakea I
Streets . I
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM-
PRISING THE BEST BRANDS Or
ALL KINDS OF
; FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIIHO
P. O. Box 654; Tel. Blue 492.
CAPT. E LE CLAIR has this day
been appointed Second Assistant Har
bor Master for the Purt ot Honolulu,
If land or Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
viro Capt A Roiehlll, leslgned.
JAMES II. BOYD,
Superintendent of PuHlIo Wortcs.
Public Works Department, Honolu
lu, Muy 1st, 1D02 2137-31
Owing to a slight accident to her
reeling engine, tho United States
I Ish Commission ulcamihlp Albatross
leturned to port late last night from
Itr Interrupted cruise off'tho Islands
of Molokul and Maul.
A dozen sharks were captured dur
ing tho last brief trip of the Albatross
The vessol wilt be away again In a day
o.- two, tlta damage sustained being
nothing more than a broken spring In
her reeling euglne.
M., ltd. W. & M.
Short Lengths of
Ribbons, Linings, Calicoes,
Ginghams, Linens, White Goods ,
Laces and Embroideries,
prices representing not 1-2 of cost.
Every evening during the week except
First Time In Honolulu
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON
THE AMERICAN GIRL
0,-pheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINEE PRICES 16c and 25c.
(HE SIU.IIIY SUIT
"-" i "i
BOW WONQ PACTION
FILES ITS AC HON
Tney Say tne Treasurer of
Territory Has Full Power
To Settle the Con
Judge Gear having yesterday denied
thobnotlon to dismiss the petition and
discharge the writ of quo warranto In
the United Chinese Society case, the
defendants this morning by their at
torneys, Hatch & Sllllman, filed an
answer. The case Is entitled: "Terri
tory of Hawaii, upon the relation of
Wong Kwal,as president of tho United
I Chinese Society; Chung Mee Hlng. ns
vice president of the same; LI Cheung,
as secretary of the same; Cheung Pak
IShcn, as assistant secretary of tho
I flnmp Vim Onnn no tfAnet.HA.. tl...
r,c-a,n? ,LauTo:v8 a8Sl8t?nt treas-
. urer of the some, for a writ of ouo
warranto, petitioners, vs. C K. Al. Y.
Yce Kan, Lau Tang, C. Kan Horn, Ho
Fon and Lum Fnl, defendants. Tho
answer denies tho legality of the dec.
tlon of the petitioners and asserts tho
legality of the election of tho defen
dants to the offices of the United Chi
nese Society. The defendants allege
that the Treasurer of the Territory ls
ve8ted,wlth full power and authority,
upon petition of any Injured party, to
regulate thc election of officers of tho
society nnd to veto the election If Il
legal, Irregular or conducted In any
manner except In accordance with the
charter and by-laws of the society, and
therefore tho petitioners have a full,
complete and adequato remedy before
tho Treasurer of the Territory, for the
correction of any errors or irregularity,
I E, A. 'Mott-Smlth, administrator ot
tho estate of Mrs. Annie Kllltom Jack,
has filed an inventory showing person
al property valued at $459.44.
Henry C. Vldu by his attorney, F. E.
Thompson, denies the allegations, ex-
ccpt as to marriage. In tho libel for dl
vorco brought by Emma Wanana yida.
It Is stipulated between Russel ft
Watson for plaintiff and Robertson &
Wl 3r for defendants, In the case of
Mojiuel da, Quadras vs, W. F. Frear,
Young Un Choy and Joseph Goo Kim,
that defendant may have to tho end of
June 1 In which to reduce his excep
tlons to writing nnd present them to
V C. Wcedon wilt umpire and Vlggo
Jacobsen will act as rcoier at tomor
row's cricket match
John Dllllon Is lying ill with In
fluenza In Dublin,
65 Queen St.
Todsy and Tomorrow, May . .2t
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 works of art
MR. THEODORE WORES
111 bo disposed of at Public Salo.
oil, except on a very fow ot the larger , k
rind rarer pictures, on which lho limits W i
have been lowered. t
MR. WORES has an established
reputation In these Islands as an ar
tist or rare skill, and tho tale Bl.ould
tlicrcforo have a largo attendance.
Pictures on vlow on three days pre
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Ueretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustacc Esq.; 130
feet on Ueretanla street, 171 fejt
deep; price $9000; one half castT. bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent. '
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frojitnge on Klnau S .1
tf 115 feet and a depth or 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KItcncn, Rath,
largo Carriage House, Price $4500.
Terms, ono-half cash; balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
hns a right of way entrance to Dcro
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
100 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Prlco
$4000. One half cash, balance on
mortgago at 7 1-2 per cent not. Hns
right or way to Deretsnla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Large front office In Love building.
A flno office; rent $15 month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STRHET.
cdTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 65
TWO 8TORY HOU8E In the Mc
Carthy tract. Deretanln otrnnf ho.
tween Pilkol and Keoaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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