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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H.
T.. THUU8DAY, MAY 8, 1002.
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W. & M., Ltd, I W, & M., Ltd. W. & M., Ltd.
The world doth move; to do we.
True, wo were fired from the corner to which wo arc now
moving, but wo havo got bad: into favor anil wilt Boon occupy our
handsome new building. Nev stock? Well everybody well knows
our former stock was pretty well disposed of. everything en
tirely now, larger, bettor and greater variety of goods than ever
before. Watch us build our displays In tntcrlot ond In tho win
dows and conio and bco us ni soon as we open.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
BHLBRS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
NEW GOODS IN ALL LINES
OF THE GROCERY TRADE
PER S, S. ALAMEDA : :
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Port Street, nbove Bcrctnnln.
PER S. S.
RoblnHon Block. Hotel Street.
CITY SANITARY WORK
Below are the reports for April, toelt nt Knkuako Is progressing very
Fume extent condensed, of different
biunches of sanitary work In Honolu
lu, beginning with that of C. II Tracy,
c.t sanitary officer:
During the month .13 applications
to build have been received and 18 of
them approed; 7 applications of pre
vious months have also been approved
There aro 14 applications held by the
Survey Department and I nm holding
2, one because of a proposed violation
of the air space regulation, one be
cptisv the lot Is Improperly dralued,
and one because I havo been unabio
to get the exact location of the propos
ed building. Six builders without per
mits have been notltled to obtain the
leuulred papers and have done so.
Five cesspools have been located
ui.rlng tue mourn.
Eight buildings have been moved or
altered bo as to "esforni to the until
I havo made 117 examinations of lots
end now buildings. All other Inspec
Nineteen certificates for restaurants,
hotel or lndclntr firman lloenan. novo
teen applied for, and 17 have been ap
proved and Issued and 2 aro being held
until the places are put Into sanitary
condition. Of the certificates applied
for before April 1st, 4 have been Issued
Mid S are still held. Number of adults
which can bo law be lodged in these
buildings licensed, 10C3. I
Five formal complaints havo been
filed and in each case the nuisance
complained of has been abated. I
Sixteen 48-hour notices were served
during the month. Thirteen did as
tl ey were ordered, ono skipped to
China before his time was up, ono is
working and one was prosecuted In
Two special reports havo been mado
d'tring the month to the Hoard of
Six arrests have been made. The
first offender was caught selling fish
at a placo other than trio flsbmarkct.
He was fined $5 and costs. The next
two wcro owners of tenement houses
en Kukul street, who allowed their
cesspools to overflow onto tho ground
and under their houses before putting
in orders to have them pumped. Doth
canes wero nolpiossed because they
Agreed to keep their places in good
sanitary condition in tho future. One
has done so, but the other I had ar
rested a few days later for letting his
crsspool overflow again. He vvns fined
$10 and costs. Tho owner of tho ad
joining premises got careless and I
ban him arrested and he was fined
10 and costs for a llko offense i
Another tenement house owner pipod
the overflow from ills cpsspool to the
s'icam nnd concealed the outlet. Wo
located" It at low tido anil hnd him ar
retted; $25 and costs was his fine. Ho
hur fixed his cesspool. I
All of the block bounded by Berota-'
tla, niver, Kukul and Kuuanu streets
l.tE been filled to Btreet grade except-'
Inp one or two small lots and has a
f,nod slopo so that It will drain proper
ly. Tho unsightly pond maiifca of Her
cfnnla street, Just Ewn of Aala lano, I
nun ueen mien 10 wiuiin iwo reel or .
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the street grade, but owing to Kb not
In tho market.
CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SUITS, direct from the Orient,
OF KIMONAS. - -
Wiving been Mitel high enough on tha
I V atMkl side does not drain properly
I'lhc tilling of the Uls'iop Estate prop-
fevorably and Is doing away with bov-
eial Insanitary ponds,
Inspector John W. Francis, District
No. 1 Work ordered, 327; finished,
.112; old ordcis finished, 11; total In
si (.clions, 1123.
Inspector A. Q. Hitchcock, District
No. 2 Work oideied, 57; finished, 19;
fit1 orders finished, 191; total Inspec
Inspector N. I. Jacoh'on, District
No 3 Woik ordered, 33'i; finished,
J.13; old orders finished, 79; total In
Inspector Vlvlchaves. District No. t
-Work ordered, 160; finished. 137;
-.(I orders flnlbhed, 37; total inspec
Inspector T. W. Carroll. District No.
5 Work ordered. 477; finished, 461;
old orders finished, 20; total inspec
Inspector D. P. Lawrence, District
No. C Work ortfaTeU, 1G2; finished.
401 : total Inspections. 1740.
E. O. Keen, Inspector of plumbing
t nd Bouse sewers, reports: Number
'" l""u ",vu- '" ucu. .o,
irtpccuuus muue, si; unai ccruucaics
inurd, C5; sewer connections mado,
BOYS PLAY UAHLBALL.
There was a very good gnmo of bnso
til! between tho Kaahiimnnu nnd I'll-n.-.hou
small boys on tho Mnkikl recre
ation grounds yesterday afternoon
vvblcli resulted In n victory for the for
mer by tho very closo score of 10 to 9.
VA umpire was C. Cunha and official
Merer Afarr Lano. The personnel ol
tho contesting teams was as follows;
Piinlhou Akwal, c; Kim Fook, p;
':ai Chen, Hi; Ed. Miller, 2b; Chen
rl. 3b; Ho Sin. ss; Philip Wong, rf;
I'm Sang, cf; and Ilobert Jordan, If.
Knahumanu Harry Wagner, c;
Chifs. Ensue, p; N. Hoopll, lb; J. Kla,
b; Louis, 3b; II. Busnell, bs; J. Wil
liams, rf; J. Llshman, cf; and O. En
Tho score by innings was as follows:
Kaahumanu . . .0 1 12 0 0 0 0 010
Piinahou 0 1300220 1 S
' Manila, April 27. General Frederick
I). Grant's expedition on tho gunboats
Uaseo and Florida, several steam
launches and native lighters has an
cendtd the Oandara river. In the Isl
and of Samar, and has brought tho In
siirrent leader Otievarra and his entire
command down to the coast.
Ouevarra's command consists of Ha
fpol Sebastian, Abaki and thirly-clght
nil er officers, 1S9 men and 1C1 rifles.
Three hundred Insurgents, with 131
rillea, aio expected to arrlvo at Catba
logan, Samnr. today to surrender for
mally to tho American authorities.
Thico thousand bolomen, twenty-oight
cf them nrmed with rifles, surrendered
yesterday at Burnt, also In Samar.
Guevarrn succeeded Gcnernl Lukbnn
to tho commnnd of tho Insurgent forces
ir Samar when tho latter was captured
lust February. Ho announced bis In
tention to surrender In March.
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1 ne Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
IS MOST ENTHUSIASTIC
Got Dp at 3 o'clock This Morning to
View Koko and Diamond
Heads and Is
Frederick Wnrde. the famous Ameri
can tragedian, arrived in the Sonoma
this morning and tonight he will be
greeted by a crowded house at the the
ater. Ills fame has gone before him
and he Is assured of full houses during
his stay in the city which shows that
when something really good comes
along, Honolulu people arc never alow
Upon his arrival in the city this
morning, Mr. Warde took a walk
i,, i,'o ..itv iih hi. ,ir n,i in. i
boy nnd then went to the Opera House,
to see that things wcro right tor to
night. Having finished with that, he
went back to his rooms In the Hawa
iian hotel and when called upon by a
reporter for the llulctln, stated that he
had Just arisen from a most refreshing
nap brought about by the soothing
breezes of this beautiful Isle of the
"I nm not naturally nn early riser,"
said Mr. Warde, "but I was up at 3
o'clock thin morninir to catch n. cllmnsn
of Koko and Diamond heads and let me!
assure you that I would get up at that
hour every morning If there was some-
uung so Dcauiuui 10 see.
i nm ciuiriucu wiin yuur neiiKiuiiu
hm,. i.,.i t ,,... ..... ti... t . i
appointed at the first glimpse I had of
the city. I expected to find the place
In the former loveliness that has been
described by so many people who have
been here but instead of that I found a
hustling American city Just like a
great many others on the Mainland.
"However, that Impression was soon
dispelled. As I got farther away from
the busy whirl of the business part of
the city, I found still existing tho
chnrm that I havo heard so much about
and realized to the full the blessings)
with which you are endowed here.
During my stay I expect to sec a great
deal more of your beautiful country
nnd become well acquainted with the
"I nm here to give you the very best
i can nnd v II certnlnly do so, thus In
some measure repaying the m.njr nx-1
come to me even during my stay of a
few hours In the city. AVhen work Is
over with. I shall do n little playing
nnd shall enjoy to the full the beauties
which I have not yet seen and the en
joyment of which I have not yet tasted.
1 expect to havo a season of complete
rest In the very midst of work nnd I
believe that Hawaii is the only place
where such a thing Is possible."
Defence a Surprise
Manila. April 25. At the trial toady
of tho editor of Freedom, who Is
charged with sedition In publishing an
article from an American periodical to
vihTch tho editor of Freedom agreed
and added remarks of his own censur
ing the United States Commissioners
rule, the Attorney General, L. H. Wi
ley, created a sensation an'd astounded
the Juuge, lawyers and spectators. He
lust his temper with Judge Odlln and
"The civil government wants to
krow where it stnnds ultder tho law
passed. It wants to know wliether it
v ill bo enforced or wliether such un
warranted statements will bo allowed.
Tne court knows the vvisbes of the
Government, nnd It Is to be presumed
thnt It knows Its own rules."
Judge Odlln replied:
"The court will determine the case
according to law. Tho court wants
j on to understand that It believes in
dividuals have rights as well as gov
ernments." The defense had asked for a delay
cf a weok owing to counsel having
been disqualified on account of not
put sing tho Filipino standard of law.
Dimmick to Stand
A Second Trial
San FrnnelBco, April 27, At 10
o clock )esterday morning the Jury in
the case of tho United States vs. Wal
ter N. Dlmmlck wbb called Into court
and announced that It hail been un
abio to agree upon a verdict. It was
accordingly discharged. Tho 5ury re
(red at 2:30 p. m. on Friday and stood
nine for conviction to three for acquit
tal on the first ballot. This standing
of the Jurors remained unchanged dur
ing tho whole of their session. Dim
mick will be placed on trial again in
United States District Attorney
Woodwnrth and DenBon"& Sclilcslnger
have been highly Complimented on the
excellent presentation on behalf or
tho Government of n complicated caso
of circumstantial ovldenco.
A recent dispatch fiom Washington
Btntes that Kratz, the man whose de
scription was sent to tho police here a
short time ago and a reward of DSfli'i
onered for his capture, was arrested that establishment. Viid natlvo was
and locked up at Guadalajara, Mexlio.'illscnvere.niy tho mill watenman who
Kratz was na cx-councllman of St. h,ow his whistle, Uiub attracting tho
Louis nnd was under the charge of brl- n, '-,. ,, ,, ,
hery. The dispatch states it Is bellev- a,lenl on f Hr. Poklnl was
ed that when the St Louis officials cn,,Kht nftor an ""citing chnso. His
reach Guadalajara, all will have been!raB0 wl" como "n ln ,h" Police Court
arranged for the surrender of Kratz. jtrmorrow forenoon
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New Moon on the 7th at 12: 15 p. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time la lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
luat of tho meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlca
Is tho same as Greenwich, ua Om.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, May 8.
Temperature Morning minimum.
C2; Midday maximum 78 .
Uatometernt 9 a. m. 29.98. Irregular.
Dew Point 60F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 59 per cent.
Dlnmond Head. Signal Station, May
8. Weather very clear; wind light NE.
Wednesday, May 7.
O. & O,
S. S. Doric, Smith, fi days, 1
hour end 2 minutes from San
rlsco. docks about 3:15 D. m.
Thursday, May 8.
8. S. Sonoma, Van Oterendorp, from
,air Francisco, at S a. m.
S. 8. Mlowcra, Hemming, from the
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Oolonloa. at 11 a. m.
st,nr' Jn,"C8 Sla,:co' TuIIelt' from
Am. Bchr. Otella Pcdcrscn, Hanson,
50 days from Newcastle.
Weulicsday, "tay 7.
S. S. Ventura, Hayward, for San
Stmr. Iwnlunl, Greene, for KUauea.
Htmr. Lehua, N'apala, for Maul and
Thursday. May 8.
Stmr. John Cummins, Scarier, for
Wnlmnnnlo, nt noon.
S. S. Doric. Smith, for the Orient,
S. S. Vilowern, Hemming, for ic
,orB ,, Vancouver, at 4 p. m
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Uleelc,
Itannpcpci Makawell, Wnlmea and
Keknha; mall and passengers for Ko
Inn. nt 5 )i. m.
S. S. Sonoma, Van Oterendorp, for
the Colonies, nt C p. m.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S. So
noma, May 8. Mrs. Cora Morse, Mrs.
.l. II. Hnmmond, Miss Hammond, Cap
it In O. W. Olssoii, Mrs. I. I. Geary,
Mios A. Peary, Mr. and Mrs. M. Dono
hoe. Mrs. E. P. Dole. Miss Gallagher,
Mils M. Powers, Miss Lancr, Miss E.
M Camei on, Miss A. Urady, Mrs. No
vell, p. Schioeder. Mr. and Mrs. Van
sault, N. Frahm, It. L. Stephenson,
C. H. Harrow, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bates,
v . L. Perkins, L, E. Thayer, O. Gall,
Mrs. L. P. Drcxler. Mrs. IlUBsell, L.
P. Moore, Mrs. T. Carr, 7irs. 11. I.
Westcott, child and maid; Mrs. V. Gil
cl rlst. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pimes, Mr.
mil Mrs. F. Ward, Miss Ward, Miss
M. "Ward, Master Ward. Miss V. D.
Prescott, Miss Bustell, B. Johnstone,
H. Coleman, Miss Ashton, C. D, Her
ncn, F. D. McGinn, J. T. Hynes. H.
C. Barton, R. Watson, J. T. Harris,
r. Bradley, F. Welch, It. O'Connor,
Miss ABhton, R. McLeod, D. Traltel,
.'. Morrlssy, A. Ii. Watson, Theo.
nichardB, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Raw
lins, .7isB Harris, R. Brown, E. S.
Eoyd. Mrs. J. M. Mason, W. H.
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Halts, S.
Dickinson, Dan Lever, C. P. Kirk,
Thus. James, M. Rosenberg, R. Rosen
berg, W. Wlnlrlch Jr.. Mrs. E. Bailey,
Miss Prevost, Mre. j. C. Gregg, W.
Smith, T, K. James. E. R. Wlnctt,
K. A. Lamb, R. Gutter, H. B. Vogel,
Miss IngerBoll, B. A. Phillips, W. I.
Hekcy, p. A. Hcrbold, Misses Ray
mind (3), Mrs. Hay, MrB. and Mlsa
Smith, Mrs. Thompson and child, J.
S. Nobles, Mrs. M. E. Sloper, A. J.
Hiddrlck, C. II. Hanman, Mrs. J.
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TUG'S NEW CAPTAIN.
San Francisco, May 1. A big shuf
fle of cnptalnB ln the Spreckels tow
boat fleet took place today. Captain
Henry Marshall, an old-timer In the
employ, but who has been commander
of the United States Army tug Slocum
for two yeais past, returned to service
and took charge of the tug Defiance,
succeeding Captain Joseph Trewren,
who hereafter will have the Alert. The
latter's captain, OlBen, sails tonight on
tho Australian liner Sonomn to relievo
Captain Gilbert Brokaw, who has been
In command of the tug Fearless at that
port for nearly two years past. What
Brokaw Is going to do does not seem
to be known here.
Captain Olsen arrived in the Sonoma
this m'oinlng. He will probably take
charge of tho Fearless right away. In
all probability Captain Brokaw will go
back to Sin Francisco.
Ai, manager of the .City Mill Co.,
sworo out a warran. today for the ar-
l est of Poklnl, who Is alleged to havo
removed weights from tTio windows of
THIS WEEK we offer you a couple of dozen very beautiful Jackets and
gowns of Bilk and satin, which havo como to us as samples of the skill of
i famous Now York ladles' tailor. Being samples, they are, of course, espe
cially welt made that'R human nature.
We rlou't Intend to carry the lino. Wo haven't room. We must do one
of two things, either send back lhes samples or sell them at actual cost.
S.iall we aend them back It's up to ou.
1 CREAM SILK JACKET with Normandy lace Insertion,
trimmed with black velvet rlbboa $15.00 '
1 PINK CHINA SILK HOU8E JACKET, with lace ap
pllqun trimming 10.00
1 DLUE CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET with Venlsoln-
1 PINK CHINA SILK JACKETwIth applique trimming.. 9.00
1 PINK CHINA SILK EMPIRE QOWN trimmed with ap
plique and ribbon . 15.00
1 DLUE CHINA SILK EMPIRE GQWN trimmed with
Normandy lace 15.00
1 PINK and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN trimmed with black velvet ribbon 12.50
1 BLUE and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
QOWN with applique trimming 12.50
1 BLUE FOULARD DRESS with lace applique 25.00
1 BLACK TAFFETA SILK SKIRT 15.00
1" WHITE LAWN DRESS trimmed with Valenciennes
lac and ribbon and with tucked yoke 12.50
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRE8S, tucked waistband
HklrCtrlmmed with whlto Bolln ribbon 25.00
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRESS trimmed with ruf
lies and edged with whlto satin ribbon, allover lace
r-or Want Column Stc Page Six
WANTED Good barber. Molteno'B,
opp. Young bldg.. King St.
SITUATION WANTED Swiss mar
ried woman 3eeks engagement In
hlgh-cliJB family as maid; speaks
French and German fluently. Mrs.
A. Rudolf Atueri an House, King
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD O? THANKS.
Ihe fJmii ji the late F. B. Aucr
tuch denlro to Mluor?ly thanlc all who
eMcnded th.vr l)v and sympathy to
them in tlunc ri""nt severe bereave
Orderw havf been Issued for a com
petitive drill of the companies of tho
First Regiment, National Guard of Ha
vali, ut'itloii'-d it Honolulu, Iff lake
place on Satunliy, the 10th Inst., at 1
c clonk A full attendance Is neces
sary and all employers are lespectful
ly requested to giant their employees,
v,ho may 1 members of the Regiment,
Ulvo of alu-nctj on Saturday after
neon for rhe purpose of participating
vlth their infective companTes.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Capitol. Honolulu. May 8th. 1902.
Thr-j i no other desk bo
popular as the GUNN DESK.
Thin popularity is owing to
th fact that in point of beau
ty, convenience aud prlco
there U no other desW to com
petn wTOi it.
Wi always carry a full llnj
and ir pleased to show their.
it my time.
PVogrcHH Block, Fort 6t.
Baltimore. Md M:iv 1. Cnnerpts.
man Amon J Cumniltigs of New York,
who Is n patient at tl.e Church Home
and Infirmary fit this city, passed a
fairly comfortable night and his at
tondantH hope for his continued Im
provement during the day.
Dr. Younti l.oued the following state
'His temim ratine Is 'JJ: nulke. 81.
nnd respiration, 21. The difficulty he
had In swallowing Is much rellovcd and
ho is distinctly better tills, mouiliig."
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Delay In the Treatment of bronchitis,
which generally begins w Ith a chill, hot
feverish attacks and n feeling of ox
haustlon, dovelops Into very serious
complication. PAIN-KII.LKK taken ln
hot water, na well as rubbing the chest
with It flour, will speedily euro. Avoid
substitutes, there Is bin on Pnin-Klllcr.
rerry uavis rrtve z&c. and sue.
Tfie Remnant Sale continues another
week. The bargains are by no means
all gone yet.
UAUJLIIJIM OPERA !
iinn mi nil house .'i;
MAY 8 to 26, 1902
The Great Dramatic Event
A brief season of 12 perform
ances only and first appear
ances In Honolulu of the eml
I ncnt actor, Mr.
and his distinguished organiza
tion, who will present the fol
Thursday MAY. 8 Night
Saturday MAY 10 Mntineo
Saturday MAY 10 Night
Tuesday MAY 13 Night
Thursday MAY 15 Night
Program (or otlirr rlnmuiicw wll1
I dul announced Curtain. nlRhtt at
8 p m aliatp. CarrUccj may be ordered
Complete Scenic rroductiona, armour,
cmlunie., etc . ilvclalU brought lor caih
way AUoMr Wartlc'a original aunMirt
Inff compati), Imluilinc Mettrt Ciiarle
I). Herman, Harry Jnhuttnne. Harry C,
llarton. t rands D McKlmi, jnliti K
H)liet, Mhsci Antlouetle Aihtuu Virginia
Ilrcw Tretcott. May Warde, Aileen Her
telle, ami 15 otlieif
SCAM: OF TRICKS nmlie loer
floor, Ji.joi Kamllv Circle, exiept Irmil
rou,ifN! l,of.es. fiouo lloxet, 5l 00.
Regular aale ol ticket now oiien at Wall,
Nichols Co No Sean field after 11 o'clock
oflheri-i) nf the performaaces unless paiii
U lorblliatllmc. .(j
Every evening during the week except
DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
From the .story of the same name by
Robert Louis Stevenson.
Saturday Matinee and Night
A Nutmeg Match
O'pheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINEE PRICES 15c and 25c.
1000 shades MUST bo sold at once
from 25c up.
SHADES AT HALF-PRICE.
60c shades reduced to 25c.
75c shades reduced to 35c.
$1.50 shades reduced to 75c.
L- S. Mathews,
710 Fort Street, Orpheum Block.
AH PAT & CO.,
1256 Fort St above Orpheum.
AH PAT, expert cutter, late torenjan
I. D. Tregloan. Suits latest styles and
fjood fit. Cleaning and repairing.
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294.
65 Queen St.
STOCK OF GOODS
On SATURDAY, MAY 10th.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street,
will Bell at Public Auction the follow
Im? stock of goods:
Assorted Canned Fruits and Meats,
Dried Apples, Beans, Codfish,
Rolled Oats, Lard Oil, Cornstarch,
Vinegar, Paper Bags, Brooms,
Store Scales, Ice Box, Counter?,
Tables, Dough Mixing Trough,
Etc., Etc. It
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Wagons and Horses
On SATURDAY, MAY lOtli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street. I
vv:il sell at Public Auction
Two Bakery Wagons,
Ono Express Wagon
And Two Horses.
I have for sale a quantity of Saner
b'unncn In good order. Sold In quan
tities to suit.
Ja. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STIiUET.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretanta street, adjoin
ing resldcnco of C. Hnstaco Esq.; 130
feet on Beretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; one-half casTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises" 259 KInau St.,
&t present occupied by Mr, A. Lucas,
i'roperty has a frontage on KInau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of H2 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitclien, Bath,
laigo Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
mortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right of way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Kloau St. ad- p
joining lot 2. Frontage on KInau St.
106 foet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgngo at 7 J-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St
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