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iUJUi( A , 'ki 1 111, I..
The world doth move; so do we.
True, wo wcro tiled from the corner to which we are now
ooTlug, but wo have got bad. Into fnvor and will soon occupy our
handsome new building Nen stock' Well everybody well knows
onr former stock was pretty well deposed of. Lver) thing en
tirely new, larger, better and greater variety of goods than ever
tcfore Watch us build our displays In Interior and In the win
dows and como and seo us as soon as we open.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EHLERS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of the late A M Hewitt
Like this menus of thanking their
suiiy kind friends for smpath am)
lid during their bereavement
lb the .Matter of the Estate of IMwnid
C Macfarlane Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
taller Testamentnr) having been
iuly Issued to tlie undersigned as Ex
teuton and Executrix of the will of
Kdward C. MacfurTano deceased, no
tit c Is hereb) given to all persons to
1 resent their claims against the Estate
rt raid Edward C Mucfarlane deeeas-
cd did) authenticated, whether sicnr
I I) mortgage or otherwise to tho
ondcrslcned at the office of Macfar-
v.,,.. r rnmiinni' l.lmlleil. nn Kniihii .
rutin street. In tho citj of Honolulu,
months f.om the dale of
publication hereof or tney
lll liu forever barred and nil persons
indebted to said estate nre hereby re
qiitstcd to make Immediate pavment
t tho undersigned
(JCOIUli: W MACPARLANH.
HENRY R MACPARLANH.
t' W MACi'AltnVM:
FLORENCE II MACFARLANE.
Eiceutors and Executrix of the Will
of Edward C Macfarlane, Do
tensed May 12 19 2G, June 2 !, 1G
in Tin: cihcuit couut or 'i nc
Tint Circuit Terrltorj of Hawaii At
Clumbers, in l'robatc In tho Matter
ra the Estate of Oeorge S Houghtall
Irg. lite of Honolulu, Oihu Deceased.
!' tltlou hav Ing been llled bj Hebecca
It. Iloimhtalllng widow of said lutes
Isle praying that Letters of Adminis
tration upon said estate he Issued to
V. l)Jnon Kellett Jr notice Is here-
ghon that Mondaj. the ICth da, of
June-. A TV "M02. nt 1 o'clock a. nt.
1c and liereb) Is appointed for hearing
Jt.td l" titlon In the Court lloom of fills
('.inn. at Honolulu, Oahu, nt which
time and place all persons concerned
mnj appear and show cause, If any
ihry have, whj said Petition should
not bo granted
Honolulu Mny 9 1902
lty tho Court.
SMC Mny 12 19, 20, June 2
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a certain
Execution Issued by I.Ie A. Dickey,
wxond District Magistrate of Honolu
fc Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
an the 28th day of April, A. D. 1902,
m the matter of Lee Tin I toon vs. Mew
tc, I have, on this 10th day of May,
A. P 1902, levied upon and shall e -
rise for sale at Public Auction, to tho .
ttghest bidders, nt tho auction room'
f J K. Morgan, on Queen street. In
iafd Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon of
WeiTnesday, tho litli day of June, A
1). 1902, all the right, tltio and Inter-
est of Bald Mew Kee In nnd to the fol
Living described property, unless tho
Judgment amounting to Ninety one
cd 38-100 Dollars, Interest, costs and
t:v expenses are previously paid:
2 Baskets containing' 3 frocks, 1
)ulIb, 1 pltg. worsted, 2 prs shoes, 4
iXgs bark, 3 plcgs buttons, 10 pes
tToth, 1 bamboo ruler, 3 hand looking
irlasses, I pkg powders, I box Jewelry,
t'r.. I box silk thread, 4 pkgs mdse,
1 rliK tape, '1 pkga cording. 2 prs slip
irrs, 1 roll tape, 1 pkg envelopes, 8
prs bracelets, 2 prs curtain hooks,
tooth brushes nnd thread.
OHA8. V. CHII.MNOWOIITH,
Deputy "Sheriff, Ten of Hawaii
May 10, 12. 31, June 10
.Vualihu, Kail Mav 10 High Rhcr
iS Drown was too bashful to make Knu
j visit ll came us far as tho boun
dary but like tho tiamp that looks for
nark ami pi ays he ma not find It.
if concluded evidently that un inves
tigation might And tilings distasteful
xud clecldid not lo Interfere with our
little festivities of human sacrifice
We.Ulv edition of the Built tin ft
yttr. l.JiJarfJ',"tf''rrt,, ,0 B ,,elow t01 u fow l'irs
LFTTEK TO RISHOP GULSTAN2
FROM BO'RD OF HEALTH
ON FATHER WENDELIN AFFAIR
(Continued from page 1 )
drained Jt Kalaupapa an 1 Its woik
has been is and alwas will be respect
ed Nevertheless the power of the
government of the Terrltor) through
its dul) authorized oillctals to be the
sole Judge of the effect of such work in
relation to the harmon) and good gov
ernment of the Sittlemcnt has never
been und never (an be. quehtloned, nor
the fin t that the Mission Is nt the Set
tlement b.v "permission."
I have the honor to be. Sir,
Your obedient servaut,
Secretary Hoard of Health.
After a general discussion It was
inoedb Dr W
I. Mooie. Feconded b
V. C Smith and carried tli.it the letter
be sent to Bishop Gulstun In answer to
Attorncv General E P Dole ills-
Piitnl Ltntlm m M miLim fnr al .-
, ,, . .,"," .,..," ' 7 ,-,:"
ciultnn lettir as a refusal of tho ,
llonulsieiiuest to remove Father Win- lnlB lno rrow pi,"or overlooked or I Schleiiimcr and three children, Miss J.
delln hut. on the other hand, as 1 ' 'lll "ol ttant for ll wns found nndls- Ilomke, U. K. Ilovdcn. E P Jones. P.
promise to comply with it upon. caue ' 'rut'' 'n the secret drawer, where It K Schneider. E Morgan, C W. Groto,
shown ' 1 had been left by the skipper before ho Tukalara, Chow Foo nnd 100 deck.
It was net voted on motion of V. started out on his little trip to Walklkl K,om MnHl 10rt" l'er H,r Claudlno,
C Smltli seconded b) I)r W L Monro v,lh his friend Cnntaln Janes Per Mny 11-J,rs " ' Baldwin. A Hani
t. at tne permit or Father Wendelln to , '" A n'Z ' f m , ,tr. i bcrB. W. A McKay Mrs It W Filler
r.maln at tho Leper Settlement bo re- ,",s 1,i '''"s of tho crew failed , ,,,,.,. ,, hLnaM ,, Nowt(Jn
vukvd to take effect Juno 10, 1902 ' "'id the secret drawer or did not y j Flanders W II Crawford F M
-, n.h.U. IS"1 ..CJ7,0r.al ?Ka,'" '!'S; "","Ct "8 "rc8cncc- Siovi'lle. A. Sjiva. wife mid 3 ehfldrcn!
d-S t Ods "es out on on the o1 m WhCn CaP,alD8 ,lam n"a JnnP' Ah ,-0k' J,r Xlaw,kl- "tv und Ml
iChVMlxiJhhM r,,,r"P,, 'o ,n "", """""'" torn Noko.hl.na wife and 3 children Mrs
Fttlier Wendelln should hnv"e a hear- Walklkl they found tho decks littered M c- Uorba u'"1 -IiIII. .Mrs C II Ai
nu with full opportunltv to make ills with the fragments of Captain Han lo"' J' "' S KilIt0' -Mrs- s K Kaluoa
tl.iat"mrnonse 1,r0ll'R0 ykiXnc'SM for (" private papers and books. Cap. ''P Wo, Mis. Sto.an Molony. and 54
, . , ti.ln Hanson wns thunifcrstruck nnd '.-----------. -.-.--. .-..
The Chnmbei of Commerce and Mo.-,
chants' Assoc lation Committee has
ngieed to grant the Hoard of Health
Jiit'it a month for the san'lation ser
vice under pmnilsv that the I.eglslu
tine will la nuked to u-iuiid the mon
e I'.),,.. .. ...... t u.. - - . .
--;;- t,,'0 llttlo Tsianel in
n. hai heir ne.ir the lighthouse, joi-
,m w ,i,i 7 .' . " ,an""Ter Captain Hanson has been acquaint-
riom what might have been u wateiyii . m r . . . , . .
B..ivo The atoresald landlubber was cd W,tl1 Ca",aln Jnnofl for ,ho ,n8t
In a small row bout without any oars, thlrt-flvc jears, and having the most
attempting to move nround b) means implicit confidence In his old chum
. r n piece or board with n few nails In tnptaln Hanson nsked Captain Janes
It It is not known what the object of i. , , ,, , ., ,,, , ...
he nails was Perhaps he didn't have t0 lu'lp llinl ln "ls "lfrle'"- '' '
u hammer or tne tlmo to remove the I rrctt Captain Janes readily agreed
nails before; he started on his trip to , to do what he could In the matter,
imvwhere At anj rate ho was being I C.olng forward. Captuln Janes found
ripldlj blown townrd the leef by tho ... . ,,, .,.,. .,.., ,
strcnt bieezes which ,.. mnr il. on of ,lle 8all"rs n8l C'P '" "e fore-
hills anil, seeing his plight. IMgar
lining Jumped Into a boat and went
tj the landlubber's lescue When
.ung reached the Joolhardy fellow
l.e found as badly scared a man as
ever ventured through tne channel
v itliout tho necessarj gear.
The United States gunboat Wheel
ing sailed for Pago Pago at 1 o'clock
this afternoon, saluting as she left the
harbor. She goes to Samoa for th
purpose or making a hydrographlc sur
In the Police Court this forenoon the
"'"' at A Lucas, thnrgeil with assault
i"'1 lm,,er "" " "n,le Ari"r of the
iTramwavb Co. was contluued until the
ASSAULTED SMALL UIKLS.
Joe Ioela and Enoch Johnson Jr ,
weio each sentenced by Judge Wilcox
In tho Police Court today to threu
months' Imprisonment nt hard labor
on the charge of nssault and battel y on
Carrie and Lily Spcnier, two listers,
aged 12 and 11 ears rcspectivel.
Carrie said Ioela on Wednesdaj night
last, made Indecent proposals to her
outside of a Chinese shop on I.lliln
street, near School and that he knock
ed her down, Lily said Johnson caught
hold of her nnd kicked her In the legs
while Ioela wns struggling with her
The young men when they took tho
stand, said they had neither said nor
done anything but that the lllllo ,;lrls
had i ailed them all manner of vllo
Judge Wlliox said he Inclined to the
belief Hint the little girls were tolling
the truth If he lined them JJI oi so,
time would he an appeal anjwny to
lie sentenced them to three months
The attorney for the piovecutlon Inigie
dinted) noted an appeal and bail In the
case of ciuh of the natives was set at
During the eiily put of tic til.il
two voung natives, being unable to
heui ver well the suggestive leitlinunj
of tho girls, stood upon a bemh
Judge Wilcox sent u polite ollliei after
them ami had the veiling mm hiought
to aiiutliei beiii h close to tho witness
htniiil "as guctts of the toiiit" 1 h
,'J"ung men wiiiiiu iiniiouiitediy nave
DUMPED ON DECK
Captain Hanson Lets His Men
and Captain Janes Comts to
the Rescue Mate
While the waterfront was generally
oijoyitig n delightful Sunday calm
jesterday, there were great doings
aboard the now and speedy fourmasb
' schooner Otelin l'edersen, l)ing at
tl.e l.lkellke wharf, near the foot 01
i'i rt street.
When denial Captain Hanson, who
it f ntl celebrated his sixtieth birth,
ilav in right rojal stvle, and Captain
.Irnis, of reincarnated Viking and
Ainskn gold discovery fame, were
miking a plensnnt visit to Walklkl, tho
eicw of the Pedcrsen. which evidently
Intitules a number of bold, bad men,
Iroke Into Captain Hanson's cabin
and created havoc They broke cpen
the captain's hnndsomc oak desk and
pmashed the locks of the doors of his
pilvnte closets socurlng nil of his pri
vate papers and efTectB and scattering
fiom 111 fragments all over the decks.
Not satisfied with destroying the
ship's papers and tearing up the log
nnil other Important documents, they
stile numerous bottles of whisky,
brand) nnd gin from tho
Fti les nnd medicine chest nnd used tho
contents thin of for their own selfish
puiposes It is not known whetner
tnij were looking for nny money that
night have been Ivlng around In the
iliawers of the captain's desk or liu
rcnu. At an rato they failed to find
Clothing In the way of cash.
The captain had something Ilk?
eight hundred dollars In American
gi id In a secret compartment of the
gild In n secret compartment of the I
M.,,k, ,0 aj notllnB of nl)0nt ,,
"rtMl "olmr,, ln 'nKl""1 oU ""'
dollnrs in English gold sover
eigns and a few dollars In
rU'n'' "'"' " rW ,M,nm '" chnn'p I
'I his the crew
Hindered what had possessed tho
Members or the crow to treat 1ilm In
Mich a shameful manner He cculd
Ih'nk of no reason for this strange he-1-ivlnr
of the sailors and said as miuh
lo the mates. It seemed that the offl
i eis hail been aboard and It was hard
to sav whether or not they had had
'whlng to do with the work
flu,,lc wlth somo of tll(l ship's papers
hear nt hand Captain Jaiiiv Imme
tlintely notified the 'polite nnd had the
f- 'low placed In custody
Cnptaln Hanson, being unahlo lo
nnd what members of the crew had
been guilty of dcstrovlng his papers,
I'otlfltd the men thnt thej could leave
liu vessel and told them thnt he
would pay them all off on Saturday.
He Included tho fliBt and second
mates, the carpenter and the steward
In tills matter aud gave thoso who
wanted mono) whatever tney desired,
p.'1 Ing them from ilvo to thirty dol
lars, nccoidlng to their Immediate
The crew, from tho first officer to
tin greenest of the green hands, there
upon left the sthoonr and Captain
Huiibon asked Captain Jnnes to take
churge of tho vessel Captain Janes,
tver leutlv to help n friend Immediate
I) agreed to do as he was asked and,
ttfler thn crew had left tho vessel to
spend the money which the captain
had given them, took charge of tho
Otella Pedcrsen under Captain Han
At present there nre only two men,
I esldes stevedores, aboard the Peder
ten They are f.io chums, Captains
Hanson and Jnnes. A pair of moro
r. ngenlal comrades cannot today bo
found along Honolulu's waterfront.
Already have tho friends succeeded
'n arranging for a new crew for tho
teliooner Captain Jnnos has chargo
of securing a new lot of seamen nnd
Ins tempoiarlly suspended work on
bis fishing schooner to work for tho
llileiests of his old time friend, Cap.
A J N Moirlson, nt present tho
t bit I officer of the magnificent wiiiil
lnnimei Dlilgo, ' which nrrlved from
Hongkong via Hllo the other da), an
Inns to get to the Coast anil having
n nde up his mind to unit voyaging
ait und tho Horn has agiied to sign
un as llrst mate of tho Pedeisen Mor
llson Is n man of long experience, hav
Ing been to sea for the last twenty
Unco venre. having In en nn offlter lor
t-'ijlitctn j ears, Tho splendid comll
Weather llureau Punahou, May 12.
Temperature Moronlng minimum
71, Midday maximum. 79
Barometer at 9 a m .10 10 Steady
Halnfall 0 00
Dew l'olnt GOT
Humidity at 9 a m 71 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
12 Weather tloud), wind fresh NE
Sunday, May 11,
Sir Claudlne, Parker, from .Maul
ports, at .1 20 a m , with passengers
nnd 2341 bags of sugar, 112 bags of
taro, 12S bags of palal, 42 bides, 104
hogs, 75 packages of sundries nnd 1S0O
sheets of corrugated Iron.
Str. W O Hall, S Thompson, from
Kauai ports, at 3.45 a m., with C00I
bags of sugar.
Str. Walalealc, I'lltz, from Anahola,
at 4 a. to., with 3430 bags of sugar,
O. N. S S Eureka. O'llrlen. 14 das
from Seattle, with 2S00 tons general
Am, bk, Kaiulanl, Dabel, 21 dajs
from San Kranelco, with 1CO0 tons of
Am. bktn Coronado. Potter. 21 das
from San Francisco, with 400 tons of
Monday, May 12.
U S. gunboat Wheeling, lllochlnger,
fci I'ngo Pago, at 1 p m.
Sunday. May 11.
Am bk Albtrt, Grlmths, for La)sau
Am. schr. Aloha, Try, for San Fran
clseo. SAILING TODAY.
Stmi Nllhau, Thompson, for liana
maulu, nt 5 p. m.
Stnir. Twalaul, Gregory, for Koloa,
o,mr intIln. Mnuee Tnllett. fnr Kn
plia, lit 4 pm.
Htnir. I.ehua Nnopala, for Molokal
poits, nt ii p m.
Stmr Klnau Freeman, for Hllo and
wny ports, at ."1 p m.
Stmr. Claudlne, 1'nrkcr, for Maui
ports, at ") p m
Stmr W. G Hall. S. Thompson, for
Kaunl ports, at 5 p. m.
Mom San 1 ranclsco, per bark Kalu-
iJIlL MflV 11 J Smith
From Kai.nl ....rt. nnr .tr. w r.
Hall. May 11-Hr Wilkinson. Mrs. Mai.
t rr of the Dlilgo when she came Into
ihls port speaks highly In favor of
vinrrlson'a ability In handling n lot of
scllors Moirlson has bitn mato of
the Dlrlgo for nearly three jears and
'iiif bicn In the employ or the Sewnll
line foi rour jears. having for many
i enths been mate of the Dlrigo's sis
ter ship, the Susquehanna,
Morrison Is well known In Honolu
lu hnv'ing taken up arms during tha
ii volution, fighting on the side of the
I'm visional tiovernmcnt.
"I am tired of making long vojnges,
mid Morrison this morning, "and I
uant to get in some vessel that's go-
,ng up to the Coast. 1 have recently
eiudo three long vojages, one or 1C0
dajs one or H',1 dus and this last In
the Dlrlgo or 104 dajs. Now I would
ii'ther Alive a few short voages for a
t hinge "
It Is said that the second mate of
the ship Tj'irigo possesses the same
hcutlmtiits and that he is likely to
fchip as second mato of the Otella Po-
Cuptnin Janes, who is In chaige of
Hit schooner for the present, under
hei master, Captain Hanson, Is a per
bonal friend of two or the principal
nv.ners or the vessel, Colonel Peter
Harder, a prominent liquor dealer of
No 7 Market street, San frnnclsco,
and Cnptaln Jolin Pedcrsen, attoi
whose wire the schooner ls mimed
lioth Captain Janes and Captain
Hanson nre at a loss to know the rea
am lor the nctlons or .the crew jes
lertlay attcrnoon It Is Hie opinion of
ionic on the waterfront, however, thnt
nunc or the sailors have been Induced
Ay land sharks to make trouble for
the captain or tho vessel Some say
tliut there Is likely to be another
Prank W. Howe case nnd that tho sail
oi s are being coached to bring suit
against the vessel and the captain In
(n.eutnlly the Pedersen is well sup
piled Villi ever) thing necessary In the
w.'y of provisions. Ever thing In tho
way or necessities is aboard, from
Hour to tia, and everything In the way
or reasonable luxuries-, from butter to
This Incident or yesterday ls the
first thing of the kind that has ever
cccurred In Honolulu. A irevv tearing
up thf private papers of the captain of
the vessel Ib something so unusual
that this morning It was flu talk ol
In the meanwhile the Otella Peder-i-en
Is dlscbaiglng coal nt the I.tUn
Hie wharf and Captains Hanson nnn
Juris nre looking out lor lier wellnre
It Is not definitely known ns vet
'vliero the sthooner will go fiom tills
4ort Cnptaln Hanson expects orders
fn m the owners on the Coast by tha
N. pon Maru on Thursday afternoon
oi bv the Alameda un Friday moinlng
llv that time the Vcderst n's taiga will
I rnbably Iinvo been discharged.
W. & M Ltd. J W. & M
A word or two about some
that have just arrived.
Fur Want Column &te Page six ?l
HELP WANTED. Jjj
WANTED A competent hook binder JfJ
and ruler Address at once stating )l'
experlenie and salary expected. Ad -
,- . - T r II rt 1...V t.1 ItnMn V'
UrCHH A. I It I J UUA U.M, uuiiir j
lulu. T H
FOR 3ALE One socond hand pool ta
ble C7th Co C A., Camp McKln
ley 145 lvv
TO Llir Dhl aud office room lloom
10 Mi'tntyr- Dll? 2iT5 lw
FOR RENT Ptuln hewing done and
lurnlidied room to let. sultalile for
two U I011S Punchbowl St
TO LET p.'oph 1 now that If theli hair
h Inlllug or drj Pacheco's Dandruff.
Killer should he ued At I'nlon
Swj Corner of Beretanla Avenue
nnd Punchhiwt Street
Ail Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J At3AO(E, Proprietor.
Everj evening during the week eicept
A Niilmeg Match
Tuesday and Wednesday
MY WIFPS BABY
Thursday, Friday and
NEW YORKJAY BY DAY
O'pheum Populir Prices 23c, 50c, 75c
MATINEE PRICES 15c and 25c.
The mrl freight steamer Emeka,
Captain O'Drteu arrived In port )cs
terda morniug Ciom Seattle and Ilochc
Harbor after a bturmv passage. Seat
tie was left oa April "4. She brought
2S00 toua ot i trgo including J00O bar
rels of lime J iK'c l.loid of liimbei and
a lot of beer. Hour and feed She ex
pects to nail hem e about Thursday for
Kahulul to load ugir for San Fian-
Cupula O Brieu siuceeds Captain
Weden m iiiuiiuaader of tho Eureka.
1 lie latter liii gone I'.atl and It Is
said that he will take command of one
of tha now freighters of the American
Hawaiian hteiunlilp Company.
Captiln O'Dnea 'lib many friends ln
Honolulu For mau .vears he waa
master of vvtndjamiucis In the China
trade He Is a populai man and an cc
perlenieil nivlguoi All the ofllceis ot
tin Kuiek i are new with the exception
of the fli.it mite All are deep-watei
Incn and ejtperleined hinds Chlet
Ofllier lteimer mil setond Oltlier lies
scl vsoic- firim-il) In the steamer
Meteor of tli- i,,ioue Nivlgitlon Com
pany. Weekly edition of the D illctln $1
Lid, I W. & M, Lid,
These are Amcrlcnn made curtains copied
nftcr patterns from the famous looms of
Nottingham. We were astonished greatly at
the values. Those of you with curtain wants
will probably be more surprised than we were
when you sec the prices.
It you are a woman with thoughts of home
decorating, ask to be shown any, or nil, of the
following numbers t
. HOUSE i
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Honolulu Season of the Kmln- ij
ent Actor Mr. ')
Frederick Warde f
and his distinguished organlza ')
Hon, who will present the fol ;'
lowing repertoire: ,!
Tuesday MAY 13 Nlghl
Kirs a LEAR
Thursday MAY 15 Night
Saturday MAY 17 Matlneo
Saturday MAY 17 Night
I'muraitu (or other pcrformiiwc will
le ilul) uuimuiked Curtain night at
8pm rIutji Canlacrt ma tc unlet tiJ
at to so
Comptrte venic rroiliiclloti. armour,
citumrs rtc , Mwclally titoualil tor rirh
Ii1a AUoMr V anle ft orislu ll numxirt
Iti cnmpan liKludhii; Meivrf Charles
II Itcrmati I1irr Jolmstotir Itarry C.
Karton Ir.incli I) MiC.lmi Jolm I
lln, Mfscs Atilloiifllc V.lilou irxinli
prrw TreiKotl Ma Wattle Allru Iter
Idle, arid 15 irttieM
SCAI.K Ol l'RICI S l.mlir locr
Itoor 1 1 so, I jinlli Ctule excrpt Initit
liffl lluj nM flo wi Boxr 5ieo
Rrsutar talc ol tUkeu itiwnjieii il alt,
Niriioll Co NoVitftlirll -liter ixnctiKk
til the d iv nl tlie ierormttict utileif i dd
lor l) lliiltliiie
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSE.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the Hoard of Commission
er Honolulu Klre Department, until
12 o'clock m. Monday, May 19th, 1902,
ft r rurnlshlng 2000 reet. 2 1-2 Inch cot
tor covered fire hose, to be delivered
W das after notification of accept
ci ce of temler
A,l tenders must be accompanied
v 'Hi samples
The Commissioners reserve the
light to reject any or all tenders.
KENNETH II. G. WALLACE.
Secretary Hoard of Clmmissloners,
II V I). 2H4-7t
Office or the Hoard or Health
Honolulu. May 9, 1902.
Regulation Regarding Fish.
Taking ot fish, shell fish, or any
pioduct ot the sea, or salt water bo
tiveeu Sheridan street in the city of
Honolulu, and Kallhl Detention Camp,
tu the clty'ot Honolulu, including the
Kallhl streum extending from high
Writer mark to the makai edge or the
tcef and Including Honolulu harbor
oi d Ntiunnu stream to Kiikul street, Is
tieicby strictly prohfClted,
Per ordoi of the Hoard ot Health.
II. C. SLOGOETT.
President Uoard or Health.
Attest ' C CHAHLOCK.
Boeretaiy Hoard of Health.
Tonight nt the Orphcum "A Nutmeg
Match" will be given Tor the Inst time.
Ti morrow evening n gland double bill.
"In Confederate Service," a ono act
plaj by Comedian Watson, will pro
cede tlie three act comedy drama, "My
Wife's Bah)." Thursday, Friday and
Saturday matinee, "Little Lord Taun
tlfioy," with Bab) Lllllau in tho title
tolc At the matinee, n souvenir pro
griitn will be given each person at
tending Satuula) ovenlng (by re
f lest) "Now York Day by Day." This
week will positively bo the last ot tho
The weekly edition or tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho newe of tho day.
65 Queen St.
AND SET0F SAILS
ON TUESDAY, MAY 13,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho Old rishmnrket wharf near
foot of Maunahca street, I will sell at
Public Auction by order of tho own
Schooner Twilight, complete, with
anchors, chains, etc.,' as she now lies
u'ongsldo ITio wharf.
1 will also sell her set of sails, which
ii ro nearly new, having been In uso
only about three months.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
I have for sale a quantity of Sailer
b'unncn In good order. Sold ln quan
tities to suit.
Jas. F. Morgan.
OS QUEEN STREET.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
rlllST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Herctanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Herctnnia street, 171 feet
deep; prtco $9000; one half casTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises" 259 Klnnu St.,
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has n frontage on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet nnd a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Dcdrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltcden, Bath,
la i go Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgage at 7 1 2 per cent net. The lot
has a right of way entrance to Bero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Prlco
$4000. One half cash, balance on
n'ortgagu at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN. '
85 Qtteem St