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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. 11 T . TUESDAY. MAY 13 1902
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E. O. HALL
NEW BUIUD1NQ, COR.
Washington April 24 Senator Aid
ilch did n little mlssionar) nork In th
benato before Ills departure toda),
with n view to holding n Republican
caucus on tlie Cuban question Ho
Pined tils fellow rtepuhllrnns to Ret
torethcr on the proposition nt least
to the extent of caucusing for the par
I) s cake, and said he had no doubt
a conclusion would lie readied sitls"
f-ictor) to all the Interest Involved, but
the beet sugar Senators did not agreu
with Aldrlch They have aTl had epe
rlcrce with caucuses In which the mi
ne rlty griduull) absorbed the major
1';. so they objected vigorously,
though not going to the extent of flat
ly refusing to caucus
The reason for not giving this refu
sal according to one of their number,
as bemuse the feared (hat Aldrlch
l.iul nn alternative pioposltlon In view
which mUht prove more embarrassing
to the beet sugar and antl sugar men
tbiin n caucus Until thev Know what
Uilt alternative Is the) will be cau
tious Aldrlch Just before leaving ex
pressed misgivings as to tlie success
of his plan for n caucus anil Intimated
that evtrythlng In regard to Cuba
would be held In nbevante for a week,
during which time he will be absent
from Washington. He still believes
however that tho Senate vf 11 strlko
out the aineiiTTnient removing the iTTf
fircntlal on refined sugar and pass a
bill grnntlng nt least 20 per cent tariff
induction to Cuba
The members of the House from
California and Michigan declare that
If the bill conies back thus amended
they will fight It to n finish Most of
them would not dare to go home on
an other record than that of fiat foot
ed opposition to tnilff reduction
The Republican members of the
Commltueon Relations with Cuba to
day considered the course to be pur
rued on the resolution Introduced by
tknator Teller directing the Cuban
committee to Investigate tho report
mat the present crop oT Cuban sugar
is held bj the sugar trust. No deflnlto
determination was reached, but from
the exchange of opinions It was mado
ev.dent that a majority of the Republi
can members arc disposed to accept
the first part of the resolution, vvhllo
J ono of them will stand with the orpo
sltlon members In supporting tho sec
end part of It The portion favorably
cor.sldered is that directing an In
quiry Into present sugar "holdings. The
other portion directs an Investigation
of tho entire question of reciprocity
with Cuba, and It Is to this portion of
the resolution that especial objection
Washington. April 2C According to
information obtained fiom the quar
termasters department, the matter of
tho reduction of the Army transport
1'cct and disposal of some of the ves
sels has been tentative!) settled It
hns been decided to bell the following
Mtsels from time to time, as they enn
bo snared Hancock. tipllef I.nwtnn
and Rom trans, which are subject to
American register nml Mpmlu So.u. '
wick, Sumner, Egbert anil McClellan, '
vhlcb were of foreign register vhcnl
Ii.rchased by the War Department.'
md which under existing laws cannot
bo admitted to American registry. I
It Ib the intention oT the department
to retain the Grant. Sherman, Sherl
tan. Logan, Thomas. Kilpatrlck, flu
ford, Dlx, Warren, Durnslde. I.lscum,
Wright, Ingalls Crook nnd Seward In
definitely In tho service The Seward
Is being fitted out as n refrigerating
flilp for the transportation of meat
treeh vegetables and ofiier perlshablo
commissary stocks 'All tftfSo vssels
n-e In tho Pacific except the Sedg
w'ck which Is laid up at Now York,
becrctnry Long strongly urged Con
gicsB to provido for AmorP-nn regis
try for the transports sola b) the Wnr
' The best of us " said tho man ol
generous Inclinations 'arc occasional
1) betrayed Into a deviation from tho
Birlct paths of truth."
George Washington never told a
He was the rejoinder.
"That Is only heirsuy There Is noth
ing on record to show that Washington
personally, ever made tho elnlm Hn
wai too truthful a man to venture any ,
such assertion ' Washington Star, I
He weighs ,V5 lbs nnd rides B
Cleveland i lime tliem for riders
d nil) weight
on will Hnil tlie Cleveland n first
tlaFs wheel In ever) respect and pells
for little money
& SON, Ltd;
FORT AND KINO ST.
Calcutta, Ma) 1. After the perils of
p'ague and pestilence, a fresh agency
'of death and destruction has made Its
bprcaranci In stricken India, a torna
d. having devastated the City of Dae-
ca capital of the district of tho same
name, In IKngal, and swept the sur-
loundlng towns, the total loss of Ufa
llilng 410. The crops were ruTulTd
throughout the district
Dacca Cll) Is situated otlTwurna
Gurga, a considerable auxiliary of tho
L'ulasscrec, which Is Itself a mingled
effret of the Bmhtnaptitra and the
Ganges, and an nffluent of the lower
course of the former stream, Down
to .uo close of the eighteenth century
Dtccn vvas widely celebrated for th
delicate texture of Its muslins, which,
in the phrascolog) of the East, wcro
characterized as "flowing water,"
evening dew" and In connection with
this manufacture, the French and tho
Letch, as well as the English, had ox
teLslve establishments In the place
Since 1801. however, these European
niencles have disappeared, while tho
ai mini -value of the elegant labile un
e'er the Influence of Ilritlsh competi
tion has fallen from 250 000 to vlr-
tiiJll) nothing nt all The latter day
aspect of the clt) has been In keeping
with this litter decay of Its staple
Utile In man) quarters the ruins
rave been long overgrown with Jungle,
the haunts of the tiger and tho ser
tent and this remark is applicable to
mi n splendid edifices, such as the
icsldcnecB of Its former sojourners
Willi Dacn within a space of four
n.t!c.s In length, by one and a quarter
in breadth contained nt the last cen
run a 'population of G9S40 souls. It
seems of late years to have partially
r covered from the effects of Its com
inciclal decline and has produced
much lac, soap, cheese and gold and
silver ornaments, while sometimes as
n an as 300 elephantB arc to Ce found
for salo at Its bazaars Three years
rgo there were no fewer than 180
mosques and 11!) pagodas, besides a
college and several good schools. Tho
t ly Is connected with Calcutta, 150
miles distant by the Eastern Bengal
We are now pa)lng especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc, nnd the suc
cess that has nttendcil our efforts to
p'ease. together with our reputation
for Berving the best that tho market
nffrrds. Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give )ou perfect Satisfaction.
We have the finest displa) of the
letter grade of BAKERY GOOD8 and
ftno CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
ever put on exhibit here; we also car
rv HUYLER'S CANDIES nnd LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA i ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSE.
Scaled proposals will be received at
the office of the Hoard of Commission
ere Honolulu Fire Department, until
12 o'clock m. Monday, May 19th, 1902,
tor furnishing 2000 feet, 2 12 Inch cot
tor covered Are hose, to be delivered
40 da) a after DotlQcutlon of accept
ci ce of tender.
All tenders must be accompanied
The Commissioners reserve the
rliiht to reject any or all tenders.
KENNETH R Q WALLACE.
Secretary Hoard of Clramlssloners,
H V D 2144-7t
Office of the Hoard of Health,
Honolulu, May 9, 1902.
Regulation Regarding Fish.
Taking of Huh, shell fish, or any
pi oil net of the sea or salt water bo-
l.vcen Sheridan street In tho city of
Honolulu, and Kallhl Detention Camp,
Hi the city of Honolulu, Including tho
hsllhi stream extending from high
water mark to the makal edge of the
f and Including Honolulu hnrbor
u; d Nuuanu stream to Kukui stroet, Is
leitby btrlctly prohfultecl
Per order of the Hoard ot Health
II C SLOOGETT,
Preside nt Hoard of Hoaltb.
Atti-kt C CHARLOCK,
Seeretaiy Iiimrii of Health
2143 3t niVtlUL
is compounded with the greatest of
caro and contains nothing Injurious.
It Is a sare nnd reliable remedy for
stomach complaints nnd hns a record
of fifty years of euro to Its credit.
Many prominent physicians prescrlbo
and recommend It as a cure for dys
pepsia, Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervousness and insomnia. Try
It The genuine must have our Pri
vate Die Stamp over the neck of the
Some time ago, the Hulletln pub
lished n sensible and well-written artl
lie nn Manila from the pen of Carl F,
llelsslnger, a bright joung linguist who
was nttracted to the Philippines from
Southern California by the evident ad
vantages that one of Uncle Sam's In
sular possessions offered a person of
pol)glot proclivities. A private letter
Just received in Honolulu from Mr,
llelsslnger gives an interesting sequel
"I hope these lines will find you and
all )our famll) well. It could hardly
be otherwise In such a lovely climate
as Hawaii has. If one only had jour
climate here It would be all right. Hut
I must s.i) the Philippines will nlwn)s
bo handlcnpped by the chances one
tnkis here as regards health. 1 heard
that the English consul here said that
his Government considered Manila the
third worst place on the face of the
globe nnd therefore paid their consuls
I have concluded to leave the
blooming place and If nothing happens
I shall be half vva) to German) when
you get this letter. I Intend to leave
here for Singapore next Saturday
(April 12) and then from there to Na-
pies, thence through Europe to Ham
burg M) ambition to circle the globe
will then be satisfied, and perhaps my
wander lust' will cease.
"It Is now beginning to get hot here,
and the people tell me tho hot weath
er will last for about five months, 1
am therefore doubly glad to get away.
You hnve no doubt heard that we are
having some cholera hero too. It ar
fects business quite a little. But the
authorities are doing their best to
stamp It out. and It seems that the)
have the situation well In hand."
A case was lielnr? tripd In n nmmtn.
court. A horfcc had been stolen from
a field and the evidence nil pointed tn
a eeitnln doubtful character of tlm
neighborhood as the culprit. Though
his guilt seemed clear, he had found
a lavv)cr to undertnke his defense. At
the trial, the defendant's counsel ex
pended his energy In trying to confuse
nnd frighten the opposing witnesses,
especially a farmer whose testimony
was particular damaging. The law
ei kept up n fire of questions asking
man) foolish ones, nnd repenting him
self again and again In the hope of de
co)Ing the witness Into a contradic
tion. "You say." the law)er went on, ' that
)ou can swear to having seen this mail
drive a horse past ) our farm on the dn)
"I can," replied the witness, wearily,
for he had already answered the ques
tion a dozen times.
"What time was this?"
"I told you It was about the middle
of the forenoon."
' Hut I don't want any 'abouts' or
'middles' I want ou to tell the lury
exactly the time.
"Wh)," said the farmer, "I don't al
ways carrv a Colli untrh ullh ma .,!,
I'm digging potatoes."
"Hut )ou have n clock In the house,
"Well, what time was it by that? '
"Wh), by that clock It was Just ten
minutes past 10.
"You were In the field nil the morn
Ing?" went on the law)er, smiling sug
gestively. "I was."
"How far from the house Is this
"About half a mile."
"You swear, do you, that b) the
clock In your house It was Just ten
minutes past 10?"
Tho lawyer paused and looked trl
umphantly at the Jury. At last he had
entrapped the witness Into a contra
dictory statement that would greatly
weaken his evidence.
The farmer leisurely picked up hli
nai anu sinned to leave the wltnc
Hand Then turning slowly about,
"I ought, perhaps, to say that too
much reliance should not be placed on
that clock as It got out of gear about
six months ago, and It's been ten min
utes past 10 ever since "Cincinnati
HOOULU AND HOOLA MEETING.
All the members of till' Hooulu and
Hi 0 1 11 Lahul Soclet) nre requested to
a lend tlclr regulnr monthl) meeting
n' the Kaplolnnl Mnternlt) Home Wed
ne iTn) morning .May 14th 1902 The
Hoard of Trustees and Lad) Mnnat,ers
arc Invited to uttend fills mcutlng
a r r
g Es I?
if Ps T.
If I l S
. . n
a -0 a m p m
Monday it jl i ,
1 so. a it la 48
o t 51 16 a t
lutsaay ,,. ,.,,.,.. ) 9 co
VYtlnfiay 4 14 01
O )4 4 tO
TDunaiy , is n cs i t
la ll 4 -.81
rrlaiy " to i
btlurdty,. il toil)
e "d 6 18
Sunday it t 4-J
J ' 54
1 is at.
Monday 19 a te
Hrst quarter of the moon on the
Hth at 3 10 n. 111.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
shout an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Green w-clh time, being
mat of the meridian of 167.30. The
time whistle ..owe nt 1:30 p. m , whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, Oil 0m.
Weather Bureau Piinnhou May 13.
Temperature Morning minimum,
CD, Midday maximum, SO.
Haromi-tcr nt 9 a. in 30 10. Steady.
Rainfall 0 33.
Dew Point C"F.
Humldit) nt 9 n m TC per cent.
Rainfall at Luakaha, 4 20.
Diamond Head Signal Station Mr)
13. Weather clear, wind light NK.
Monday. May 12.
U. S A T Duford, 20 ela)s from Ma
nila, at 3 p m , nt Navy wharf No. 1.
Tuesday, May 13.
Str Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, from Ha
waii and Maul ports, at 5 30 a m.,
with mall, passengers, 4C40 bigs ot
sugar 39 bags of coffee, 21 bags of taro,
2 sacks awa, 104 bunches bananas 31
cases fruit, 27 kegs butter 49 koa logs,
11 barrels pol, 9 pigs. 30 head cattle
nnd 132 packages sundries.
Monda. May 12.
Str. James Makee. Tullut, for Ka
pa and Anahola, at 4 p. m.
Str Lehua, Naopala, for Molokal
ports, at 5 p m.
Str Nllhau, V. Thompson, for Ahu
klnl, at 5 p m.
Str lualnnl, Gregory, for Koloa, at
5 p. m
Str Walaleale I'lltz, for Anahola
at 5 p m.
Tuesday, May 13.
Str Noeau W)man. for Lahalna,
Kanapall, Hunokaa und Kukulhatle,
at 11 a ra.
Str Klnau Freeman, for Hllo nnd
wn ports, nt 5 p in.
btr Clnudlne. Parker, for Kauai
ports at J p. m , x
Str W (! Hall, S Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 5 p. m.
Str. Kauai, Iirulin, fur KlUuea, at S
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per
str .Mauna Loa Ma) 13 J. D Paris.
W. Uerlowltz, II. C Ma)nard, Master
Paris, George Clark. Mlis M. Pedro.
II II Wright. Mrs H II Wright J.
A. McGuIre, F Greenwdl, J P. Cooke,
W. O Cornwall, John C Wells, P C.
Buzzlll, W. C. Ueckert. Mrs. Iieckert.
M. Darago, II Chapman, M)ss E Mobs
man nnd 47 deck passengers.
For Hllo nnd wa) ports per str Kl
nau, tailing this afternoon at 5
0 clock Pung Sin and wife, Mrs S It
Mull, child and friend, Mrs J N.
Avvahl, II. S Godfrey and wife, Mrs.
Espanda nnd child L. Schwltzer, F E.
Richardson, Mis M R Rlddell 8 W.
Spencer, Frank Johnton, Mr. nnd Mm
E II Clay, J D. Mnrtln, D A Rny,
1 L. Robertson. J W. Mason, E H.
Erlckson. A J. Frederick, William Nal
lima Jr.. Sara Jones, J. C Hummel,
George Strateme)er. N C. Wllfong, H.
Dieman. Ralph Urown, C. C Wldeman,
wife, child and servant, A. W. Carter,
Mrs. Pernam and four children, C
Klemp and Mrs, Mahae Alna and
For Maul ports, per str. Claudlns,
sailing this afternoon at 5 o'clock. C.
L. Wight, Captain Clarke, Andrew
Adams, W. T. Robinson, C L Splnks,
G M Hancock, Judge McKay, J, A
Potter, Mabtcr C. Sing You, Master C
Kwal Sun, Master C Foo Shu and w.
"It's sick )Ou've been. Mrs McGlnnl
' Sick. Is if I vvas that Mck that I'd
he a dead woman now If I hadn't a-
lived" Indianapolis News
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a certain
Execution Issued by Lyle A Dickey,
second District Magistrate of Honolu
lu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
nu the 28th dny of April, A. D. 1902,
In the matter of Leo Tin Hoon vs. Mew
Kc-e, I have, on thlb 10th day of May,
A D. 1902, levied upon nnd shall ex-
I so for sale nt Public Auction, to tho
highest bidders, at tho auction room
of J. F. Morgan, on Queen street, In
sale! Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon ot
1 ildny, the 13th day of Juno A
D 1902, all the right, titio and Inter
est of said Mew Kee in and to the fol
lowing described property, unless tho
Judgment, amounting to Ninety one
ni.d 38 100 Dollars, Interest, costs and
Blussea 1 pkg powders, 1 box Jewelry,
pai.ts, 1 pkg worsted, 2 prs shoes, 4
rkgs bark, 3 pkgs buttons, 10 pes
cloth, 1 bamboo ruler, 3 hand looking
rev expenses are previously paid:
2 Haskets containing- 3 frocks, 1
e'e 1 box silk threiel, 4 pkgs mdse,
1 1 kg tapi-, L' pkgs cording 2 prs slip
prs 1 roll tape, 1 pkg envelopes, 8
pr,s brace Mb 2 prs curtain hooks,
tooth brushes und thread.
CHAS V CHILLINGWORTH.
Deputy -Sheriff, ler, of Hawaii
May 10, 13, 31, Juno 10.
W. & M Ltd, I W, & M
A word or two about some
that have just arrived.
Jl BE 1111
BRlo IS m
Alee Hirrli the colon d horse train
er, gut hit l'g broken this morning
while ho wis driving a )oung horse
belonging to Mr Conradt Harris was
driving the korsi In a common road
When he arrived at the corner of
Qaeen ana Militant htrects, the animal
suddenly begin kicking In soon man
cged to breik one of the shafts nnd
when, a tnlni'te or so later, the other
shaft broke Harris was thrown for
ward right uhIi the heels of the
horse which was still kicking hantl
c illy It wia t!in that he received a
I felt whk h broke oni of his legs
Th( hnno maniiied to free Itself
from the cut and made a dash down
Queen Hfieor The ends of the shafts
which hid loth bon broken off right
nt tho dwelling, wero dangling
against the sides of the animal and
Increju-d Iti fright.
Howovor Its career was short The
borne went in the direction of the po
l'ce htitt'in and four or five gallant
ciiRtodl his of the law formed a line
nn-ohH the road ind secure-d the nnl
inal with little trouble The patrol
vngon went up to the place of the ac
cident and took the Injured man to
the QiiCHnH Hopltil
After lb- pubuc meeting of the Cath
die Hc-nc-volnt Unlmi which was
ha-M fn the ratholtr Club rooms la,st
n ght then was a mooting" or the Va
ion vvhlili wai attended by members
only and .it which the L'ulon decided
to back fo& committee working tor
Father Wenlelin with ever) dollar In
Thin ovnlng the Concordia Soclet)
will meet In Its bill on Punchbowl
Ulieet mcl the hsn Antonio Soclet) In
Its hall on Vineyard street
It Ih imnVrhtiiocl that these societies
will take th s-inie course as the Union
las and will haok the committee with
colli morat nd Iluiuelal support. This
Is eipoclally impoitant with regard to
Hip Sin Antonio Society which counts
IVli) members mil is one or tho richest
si iletleii In tho group
ONLY ONE EWA.
Editor Evening Hulletln In answer
to Cane Siueozor In the Sunday Bulle
tin I would state that It Is quite true
Ewn has two nlno-rollci mills wnridm.
at tho piescnt time but I fall to see
wnai mat IU3 got to do with the let on)
for turning out sugar for a stated time
It simply nrovcM that flln 1 i n,,t in iii.
sameclaa is na Whenevei nuj mill
"J p'nninciou on iiiok Islnsi'n duoa
".til In my oup tli'ri; tho irtlcle ai
wa)s wlndi up wltii tjih. la better thnr,
1-wa, or -tuts In .is i;nod as Eva,"
but When it li HlftPil down ll nlix.w
ends with Ewa still In the lead
As the correspondent from .ilia inw
great Btresa on tin) fact that Ewa makes
.no. ; sug-ir. proiubl) it will surprUa
him to le.irn tint Ewa has shipped No
2 sugir this voir notorizing nn ami h
average pol lrUntlon of No 2 bush for
the crop of over Zr 000 tons will ver
8geovor97 There ue others as far as
Olaa Is ront-oruea but theie Is onl) on
Mis Ellmbeth R Hoiton of Salem.
Mass, owner of the famous interna
tional doll collection which has earned
nearl) JJ3 000 for charit) lias Just ie
telved from tho Queen of ltoumaula
n doll with which the Oueen once nlnv.
Mrs Plant widow of the million. ilm
Henry Plaut, a-id her stepso'ii Morton
F Plant ire lOiisldeilng the giving
of the big rinipi Baj Hotel, at Tampi,
1 in 10 nn converted Into a Jeeult col
lege They will endow the college with
Lid, I W. & M Lid,
These ore American made curtnlns copied
utter patterns from the famous looms of
Nottingham. We were astonished greatly at
the values. Those of you with curtuln wants
will probably be more surprised than wc were
when you sec the prices.
II j ou are a woman with thoughts of home
decorating, ask to be show n any, or nil, ot the
following numbers t
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
and his distinguished organlza
tlon, who will present the fol
Tuesda) MAY 13 Night
Thursda) MAY 15 Night
Saturda) MAY 17 Matinee
Saturday MAY 17 Night
Pmarama fr other tKrformaire ulll
be tlul aiitmuiicMt Curtain night' at
H p m alnrii Carriagea may b. ordered
Complete enlc rroiluctlmn, armour,
eostlimra etc aiiecUlly tiroutfht tor each
Ja AUiMr anle a orlRinil upiort
log compati). liKlihlinic Mera Clnrlea
D Herman Barr Johnstone llarr) C
Hinou I ram l I) Mclllmi John I
llvtiea Mlaea Antlotiette A.htoti. Mrxlnia
llrew Trecilt Ma) WarJi Aiieeu Her
title, anit 15 ntheta
SCAL1- Oh PRICI S I ntlre lower
floor ll 50, I amll Circle except front
row $ino l."Kea fioui Hoxea fi.ou
Regular aale of tiiketa uou 0111 at Vall
Mchola Co NoSeathrll afteriaoclKk
uf the da) vt the iwrformatkca unliaa paid
Every evening during the week except
MY WIFE'S BABY
Thursday, Friday and
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY
NEW YORKJAY BY DAY
O-pheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINEE PRICES 15c and 25c.
Not long ago Captain Oeorge DIakc
I) of the United States Army, profes
sor of mathematics at West Point, camo
to this, his native city. Desiring to re
new old friendships, he telegraphed to
Prof Itobert Hart Bradbury of tlm
Manual Training school requesting him
to call at his hotel at his earliest con
venience. Prof. Bradbury wrote a re
pi), tnsti tiding the maid to have il
telegraphed to the captain at once.
The messago reached Captain Blake
ly who, after rending It, Bent Prof.
Bradbury the following dispatch-
"Wh) don't )ou buy soma?"
When this reply reached Prof. Brad
bury he was nonplussed. Ho hastened
to the hotel and found the captain
"Jack, what the deuce do jou menu
h) siieh a repl) as this'" he nsked.
"What do )ou mean b) this'" said
the captain, handing the professor his
message It read- "I'm out of Boeks
and cant come' Piof Bradbury hud
written Mm out of sorts nnd enn'f
come' The crior vvas the operator's
65 Queen St.
PIANO AND GRAPHOPHONES
On THURSDAY, MAY 15,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen streot, I
Will sell nt Public Auction
A Squnro PInno nud n number of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AND SET0F SAILS
ON FRIDAY, MAY 16,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho Old Fishmarkct wharf near
foot of Mnunakca street, I will sell at
Public Auction by order of tho own
Schooner Twilight, complete, with
anchors, chains, etc," as sho now lies
u'ongsldo tlie wharf.
I wilt alsoclt her set of sails, which
tire nearly new, having been In use
only about thrco montlis.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On THURSDAY, MAY ISIh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. H.
At my salesroom, KG Queen strcifi. 1
will sell at Public Auction a very Iargu
ui antit) of the following goods:
Assorted Canned Fruits and Meats
Starch, Holled Oats, Corn, Peas,
Eeans, Coffee, Dried Apples,
Paper Dags, Counter Scales,
Lamp Chimneys, Hath Soap,
Cigarettes, Moseiulto Whc, Crockery,
New Washboards, Wall Paper,
Show Cases, Shoes, Crepe,
Assorted millions. Taffeta,
Oil Stove, Ito Iloxes, Chairs,
nocleers, Veranda Chairs,
Center TablcB, Kitchen Tables.
Couches, Ciilftonlers. Book- Cases,
Settees, Meat Safes.
Sowing Machines, Lawn Mowers.
Bicycles, Sheets, Towels,
Uedsprends, Pillows, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan.
I have for salo a quantity of Bauer
b'unnon in good order. Sold In quan
tities to suit.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STREET.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
r-in8T I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Ueretunla street, adjoin
ing resldcnco of C. Hustnco Esa.: 130
feet on Berctaulu street, 171 feet
deep; price $9000: ono half casli. bal
ance on mortgaga 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Promlscs259 Klnau St,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property has a frontago on Klnau St.
tf 115 feet nnd a dopth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcBen, Bnth,
laige Carriage House. Prlco $4300.
Terms, one-half ensh; bnlanco on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right of way ontranco to Bero-
TIIIItD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Trontago on Klnau St.
10G feet, depth 121 feet.
Itoomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
tlOQO. Ono half ensh, balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
r'ght of way to Bcretnnla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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