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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H T., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 150!.
E. O. HALL
NEW BU1LDINO, COR.
PER S, S. "AUMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
floblrmon Block, Hotel Street.
Wreck of Whaler Kathleen
Dispatches received In the last
M.nmm frnm tin. Coast cave a ihort
resume of the loss of the New Bedford
whallnc bark Kathleen. The ship was i
wrecked bj a bull whale and furnished
one of the most remarkable Incidents
In the recent, nnnnls of whaling The'
storv of the wreck as told by Third
Mato ltejnolds to u New York report-'a
er follow: i
Tho Kathleen which Is a vessel of
2uo tons, one of the llnltimoie packets
built fifty-eight eais ngo, sailed from'
New Hodford, where she was owned,
on October 22. 1901, In search of.
Bperni whnles. She had been In port
less than a month, having arrived
there on September 20 under a Jury
rig. She had been dismasted In a
gale off lit rmuda on September G. Slio
had no sooner cleared from New Hert
ford than she encountered a gale that
kept her hatches battened down for
twenty da). The' vessel put Into the
Cape Verde islands nnd shipped
enough Portuguese sailors to bring the
total of those on board up to thirty
nine. Including Captain Jenkins' wife.
Captain Jenkins then steered for the
cast coast of flrazil. The Ashing wax
poor there; nothing was caught. Cap
tiln Jenkins cruised to tho eastward
of the Windward Islands. On March
17, about noon, tho lookout sighted an
Immense school of whales. There ap
peared to be about three hundred of
them. Four boata were lowered nnd
put In command of Do Veira, Tlrst
Mato Nichols. ltejnolds and the soc
nnd mate, Morris Murray. Captain
Jenkins, his wife, a steward and tho
cabin boy remained on board.
Three Boats Fast to Whales.
Of the four boats, three got fast to
whales almost Immediately. Murray's
boat was the exception, nnd he began
a chaso of a whale. Nichols' capture
was a cow and he towed It alongside
tho vessel on the port side. The tac
kles were made ready, and had been
run tinder the body ot the whale when
Cuptaln Jenkins shouted to Nichols:
"There's a big bull close alongside;
better go after him'"
The afternoon was well along by
this time, but Nichols and bis men sot
out. The bull was only a short dis
tance from the vessel, and a harpoon
was soon protruding from his side. He
sounded Immediately, but soon enmo
up again. He then started straight far
the bark. Ho fairly tore through the
water. The boat traveled so fast that
line was paid out. It rushed over the
thwarts at such a speed that the fric
tion set the wood on Are, and the rope
was cut. The whale rammed the
nathleen jilst abaft of amidships,
smashing a hole In her an If ho had
been tho ram of a gunboat. The lark
began to tilt Immediately. The whala
disappeared beneath the waves, and
wnB seen no more.
Nichols observed what had occurred
to the Kathleen, got out the oarH and
made for her. Slio was already ca
reening. Captain Jenkins and the otn
ers on board hart" got together Kimo
bread and wntcrliy tho tlmo the whale
boat came alongside, and theso were
put In Mrs. Jenkins was anxious to
save her parrot, which was a good
talker, and the bird was hunting up
and taken aboard also It Was said by
a member of the crow that the piriot
uttered something like, "I II h.e It
I ever go a-whallng again'' as ho wai
put Into the boat.
Sinks In Half an Hour.
Leaving tho Kathleen, T,hUh rani;
Inside of thirty minutes niter tlio was
rammed, Captain Jenkins ordgrcd the
He weighs 355 lbs. nml rides a
C'lc eland. Wc hne them for riders
uf any weight.
m vb 111 nml the C1e eland a first-
class wheel In eery respcel and sella
for little money.
& SON, Ltd:
FORT AND KINO ST.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. -
'other boats, an he came up with them,
to cut loose from their whales, na tho
Kathleen bad sunk.
"I was the last one to be told, Bald
Itev nobis, In telling his experience. "I
was the furthest nvva), nnd It was
about dark when the Kathleen was
struck. The Hist thing I knew I b.iw
boat coming up under full sail. A
hull mine from the boat:
"'Aie ou fast?"
"Yes," I replied,
"'Cut loose. Tho Kathleen hns been
sunk,' said Cnptnln Jenkins,
"We got nil our boats together and
tl.strlbuted the crew so as to get ten
r.'tn Into each boat. Tho captain then
' 'We will keep together during the
night, nnd In the morning we'll spread
out nnd watch for help.'
"I said, 'We lime no water and no
' 'I II give jou provisions nnd water,'
replied the captain. 'Come alongside
"He divided up, putting about fifteen
pounds of bread and four and a bait
gr.llons of water In each boat. This
was our allowance to go 900 miles.
"When da light came thcro was no
tail in sight. The boats had become
sciarated. I look a can nnd started
to drink some of the water It was
Kbit. A breeze had sprung up in tho
nli-nt and blown some Bait spray Into
t'.'o bucket. I got out my compass and
ald to the other men, 'Well, boys, I
gi ess It's up to us to see what we can
do toward getting to land. The sail
vvas raised, and I set the course west
b north for the Ilarbados, 950 miles
avvny. In the course of half an hour
I slrhtcd a sail ahead. The boat hovs
to and wnlted for us. It was the cap
tains bont. As wo came up tho cap
tnlu shouted. 'Have you seen the other
" '.So,' I called back. 'I haven't got
"n'he captain again divided About
9 o'clock that morning Captain Jenkins
sighted Bmoke on the horizon and
Bteicd tovvnrd It. I saw him leaving
his course and concluded ho saw some
thing that looked like rescue, bo I fol
lowed suit It proved to bo t,he steam
er Dorderer, bound from Baltimore for
a Chilean port, with coal. The pcopla
on tlio Ilorderer sighted us nnd stood
down toward us. I heard afterward It
was tho chief engineer who discover
ed us. Ho had Just come on deck and
saw us over tho starboard bow.
There's a sail," he said to the officer
of tho deck, 'Probahl a fishing boat
Sighting of the Boats.
"'what s a fishing boat doing out
here, 900 miles from land? It's a
shipwrecked crew. I think I bad bet
ti e report It to captain Dalton, was
tho answer of the officer of the dock.
"Well, they changed their course,
'find when they got near Captain Jen
Ml.s' boat the captain shouted: 'Run
jour boat alongside,' which ho did,
r.r.-l It was hauled up on the davits
with tho crew all in It Then they
e'enred tho davits nnd took my boat
"All day wo cruised In a circle, look'
Ing for (ho other two boats Wo lound
one of thtm. After dark we gave up
the fcejri h and the captain of tho
Haul. 'Ki' said that as he was going
mound the Horn be would put us In
nt IVrmimbuco, which ho did. Wo
Inndfd tlero March 29. Wo heard at
UnibidoH that the oilier men had al
11 ail,' arrived theio Bnfcly. '
'Ihn boat which contained Do Vclra
loM tiacK ut the other boats about 9
odoik the night the Kuthleen sank.
Ihlnklng that the captain's boat had
neari) full sail silt, because It was
rhead, I)e Volra Bbook out hla Ball, and
when morning on me no boat was to bo
seen. He had outBnlled them. Do Vel
ra decided that there was only one
thing to do with his limited supply of
prolslons, and that was to steer for
land He set Ills course duo went by
tils pocket compass, nml calculated
how be should dllde the provisions.
He had n tin can cocr which would
hold nbout a tablcspoonful of water.
This amount Tie allowed each man to
drink twite a day, at C n m. and C p.m.
At the same tlmo be gave each a finger
length of hardtnek. Jrls bread gave
out the day before the Island of Do'
minion was sighted, and the water beld
one until they landed. Tlio beat was
bo Intense that all day long the men
were obliged to throw the sea wnter
ocr themseles to keep from belns
Two Days of Rough Weather.
There man good weather until two
das before Dominica was reached,
when It becamo rough. It was neces
sary to keep two men baTllng. to keep
the boat free of water. It was a glad
Bight that greeted their ees when on
March 28 they saw DomlnOi Aftor
landing and being fed, they were sent
to Antigua, where George Sawter, the
United Stales consul, provided them
with clothing and started them fot
The first sinking of a strip by a
whale, according to the captain of the
essel which was sunk, who Is now
living at Nantucket, occurred In the
Pacific Ocean. H took eighty-seven
days to reach the Sandwich Islands in
nn open boat. Before land was sight
ed cnnniballBin bad been resorted to
to preserve life. According to the
Btoiyv the first lot to decide who
should die fell on the captain, who
as the only man in tlio boat who un
derstood navigation, and It was neccs
sary to cast a second ballot. The sec
ond lot fell upon the rnptaln, also; so
It wnB decided to tnke a negro mem
ber of tho crew.
(Continued from Page 3 )
A little rillplno woman traveling as
la servant to I fie wlfo ot an army offl
ler, returned fiom uptown with her
hands full of ueautlful Hawaiian lels
and cut Mowers. She was the smallest
of smnll w (imen nnd was dressed In
the regulation I'lliplnn stjlc. Large
airy sleeves of a delicate fabric, gen
erously ornamented with prcttj-, white
lace, partially covered her Bmall brown
arms and a skirt of a very gaudj huo
fell not quite to her ankles, which
peeped over llnt-Boled sandals, held on
bj the dexterous behavior ot the toes.
Much late was apparently hidden un
der the skirt, for several edgings ol
the frail ornamentation Were revealed
whenever the breezes chose to dally
with the hem of the outer garment, Nn
hat bothered her bead nnd her neck
and shoulders were bare.
Lady paBseiigcrs by the dozen went
aboard with tlowers In abundance, evi
dently meaning to tftkc as much of Ha
wali away with 'them as was possible.
Thero are two other rillplno ser
vants aboard besides the little girl
wltft" the lels. They aro men The Fi
lipinos suffered very 'much with the
cold a little while before the Iluford
arrived nere. The transport managed
to get Into some cool weather and tne
poor little I'lllplnos were grey with
coid, their teeth chattering. To be
sure, tiicy were not dressed for any
thing cooler tha Manila breezes.
An nttempt was made this morning
by several Honolulu young men to
stow away In the transport. One or
two did succeed In getting below and
out of sight. Others were noticed and
sent away about what business they
might find ashore.
The Iluford takes along with her to
San Francisco a boy, a deck hand, who
wnB le"It here by the transport Sheri
dan when she was here last.
Tho Territorial band, In chnrge of
Captain ficrgcr, and accompanied by
the two Hawaiian young ladies whose
singing so delights, spent several hours
aboard the transport this morning,
plajing att under tho awning on the
poop deck. The music of the band and
the songs of die singers delighted all.
Tho soldiers seemed to particularly
enjoy the music, crowding aft on tho
main deck to hear all that went on.
Famous Hawaiian airs, nntrlotle tune
nn,i r,,.t,,fo ,,. ...! ,- .v.- ...
,,,,.,, i , , . ... ,
did stj lo for which Derger and his boys
aro celebrated nnd tho Buford's peoplo
voted the baffd one of the special Jojb
There wcro numerous people aboard
to seo Fourth Officer Dreed before tho
vessel Balled. HIb friends were anx
ious to congratulate him on his ad-
vanco in the steamboat business since
he left Honolulu,
Among those who wont to see Dreed
was a former member of the crew of
Wllder's Bctamer Mnul, of which Ilreed
was second mato at ono time.
"Wela kn hao," said tho sailor, as ho
took a look Into Pourth Officer Ilreed's
eubln, "Wela ka lino' Why, hay.
Ilreed ou've got a cabin that's ns good
us Admiral llecKleys aboard tho flag -
ship Kfnnu. Good luck to ou,
Ilreed Is very popular aboard tho
Hnfoid and is spoken of b her eaptnln
ns n young man who is bouud to make
a rapid advance
8end the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
Weather Ilureau, I'unahou, May 14.
Temperature Morning minimum,
71, Midday maximum, SO.
Barometer at 9 n. m. 30.13 Steady.
Dew l'olnt GGF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
14. Weather hazy, wind fresh NE.
Tuesday, May 13.
Stmr. Hawaii, Dennett, from Hawaii
at 5 p, tn.
Am. schr. James Holph, Otsen, 22
da j a from Kllllsnoo.
Wednesday, May 14.
Str. James Makee, Tullett, from Ka-
pa, nt 11.30 a. m. with 2413 bags of
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, from Hnnu
maulu, at 9:30 n. m, with 0129 bags
Str, Walalealo, Plltz. from Annhola
at 7.35 n. m with 3500 bags Biignr,
Str. Mlkahala, Oregorj, from Kauai
ports, 7:10 a. m,, with 5000 bags of
Str. Lehua, Naopala, for Maul and
Moloknl ports, nt 5 p. m,
Str, Wnlalealc, Plltz, for Annhola, at
o p, m.
Tuesday, May 13.
Schr. Ada Nelson, for Wnlalua, Ka
uai, at G p. m.
Schr. I.adj-, Mokl, for Koolau ports,
at Z p. m
Stmr Klnau, Treeman, for Hllo and
way ports, at 5 p m.
Stmr. ClnuUlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, at r. p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 5 p. ra.
Schr. Kawallanl, Moses, for Koolau
ports, at .", p, m,
Wednesday, May 14
V. S. A T Iluford. Martins, for San
Francisco, nt 1'30 p. m,
For Kauai ports, per stmr. V. O.
Hall, May 13. Hattlc Frask, F. Gajv
O. W. Orote, Mrs. II . Hess, Dr. It. J.
Wilkinson, Mtb Hammond, S O. Zakl,
I). L. Wudsworth. Mary Frask, W.
I' Ijine. Mrs. J. H. Coney. J. M.
Coubron. P. M. Swanzj-, Mrs. Fredcn
berg. O FergUBon. Mrs. Ahung. A H.
Ilice, Miss Hammond, A P Knight.
From Knpaa per str James Makee,
Maj 11 A. Cnrvalbo and wife, Judga
Prom Hnnumaulu. per str Nllhau
May 14 W H. Scott.
From Knunl ports, per str Mlkahala,
.May 14 C Clark. T. Morfat. K. Meal
son, II. A Jaeger, A M Ormlstou,
Chung Kun. Sing Kee Win Hall. Miss
E. Plelar, .Mrs. S Plelar and son. Mln
E. Miikenul, V. Nnjlor, W, Taylor. Mr
Hoffman and 49 deck,
For San rranclsco, per bark Alden
lle-se. sailing May ID. J S Russell
and wife, M. J. McLean, Miss Hen
dlxun and two Pederson children.
Master I). Mourltz.
For Snn Francisco, per O S S.
Alameda, snlllng May 21 Mrs. Dr.
Nol.lj: and child, Mrs. I)r Hlldebrand,
Mrs C. Hore, child and nurse; Miss
Emma Cummings, Little Evelyn, Miss
Ada Lucas, Misses Guild, Mrs. Ada
Fisher, Ilaby Lillian. Miss C Wash
ington, Henry Holmes nnd wife, Mrs.
E J Rarrett, Mrs Edgar Bishop, Miss
Iljonc, Miss Edwards, Dr. Nicholas
children and nurse, C T Wilder nnd
wife, Mrs. Hattloches, Miss L. S.
Willis. Miss A. Alexander, Miss Mulli
gan, Mrs Vlda Thrum, Mrs. Thomas
C. Smith, Mrs. G. W Rumble, Mrs.
Samuel McKeaguc, Mrs, Wilson, Mrs.
C H Allen, Albert Watson and wife,
Mrs. Powers, Miss May Powers, Mr
and Mrs. L. E. Thayer, Mrs. John
Ena, George Ross and wife and Ross
ihlldren, MIbs M. Llshman, C. M.
nlalr, R. S. Scott. P. B Fanning,
Wade Warren Thayer, T Roardman,
II. T. Shaw, J D. Hates. Frank Wy
man, J. Drown, August Dreler, F. H.
Grace, D. D. Murdock, I Monroe, F.
Albright. S McKeaguc, N S. Sachs
and wire, Mrs. C R. Spllvalo, Miss n
Spllvalo. W J. Elleford, Mr. Hulme,
Mrs Hulme, Miss Hulme, J. E. Hud
son. P. Summerfleld, R. O. Yardlcy,
11. S. Wheeler and wife. E. T. Hall,
G. M Varrell, E, H. CIqbo, George
MtLeod. J. K. Hlgby, W. W. Ttandall,
C Muller, A. Herbert, Mrs J. Waller,
Miss Ahramson, Mrs. E. 11. Claze,
four ihlldren and governess.
mm puyu oiiio
I The next piny of the Warde season
HI be Shakespcure's "Othello" toraor
row night, Mr, Warde will ue seen In
onc of , stron'EPSt cuaractcr8i the t8
roie, wnch B claimed by many of his
i admirers to be onb of his greatest
I characterizations Mr. Heiman plays
, InE, Mr. Johnstone Cnsslo, Miss Ash-
ton Dcsdemona and Miss Trescott
Lmella. In response to popular re
quest Mr. Warde appears as "Mac-
Wednesday night. This will be ono of
the greatest of dramatic treats. Tho
"Merchant of Venice"
will be the ma-
RLCOIVKO A .JEWEL.
I 0n Mc-mtoy night last, at a meeting
0I J,utl"e Lodge, No. 822, V. & A. M
' last llus,l'r w- I- Stanley was pre
! 3C'tl'd with a past mastor's Jewel.
i ins Hiiuuiii unve ui on uono nt tlio
Mini,, iT llin lnutnllntlnn ,if Ihr, nnta. nt .
fliers but Judgo Stanley vvus nbsent
from the countiy at the tlmo. 'I ho
preson'aiTon speech wns made by
Past Master Norman II Geilgo ami
Tll.lirn l!tnnl..,i ,, r. ....... I .. .1 In 1
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alter tho piesentntlon of the Jewel.
W. & M., Ltd. I W. & HI.,
A word or two about
that liave just arrived.
Inches. Yards. Prlee. Inches. Yards.
No. Wide. Long. per Pair. No. Wide. Long.
1C80 36 3 75c 3193 50 3 1-2
1992 42 3 $1.00 3401 53 3 1-2
3681 44 3 $1X10 5477 54 3 1-2
5249 48 3 1-2 $1.50 3029 52 3 1-2
t308 DO 3 1-2 $1.75 5S95 53 4 v
1922 48 3 T3 $1.75 3361 54 3 1-2
3386 58 3 1-2 $2.25 1053 60 3 1-2
T610 50 3 1-2 $2.50 3247 58 3 1-2
For Want Column Ste Page Six
WANTED To purchase a second hand
transit mutt li In good condition,
Addreiia 'Transit, this office
M ..... .. t m 'l
FOH SALt At union uarucr onop, a
. ... -. ...
rcmeuy tor diudruK and diseases of
7ninlrfA n healthv color
to the hair
GOOD piiiituri3f n-ar town, Jf! per
month V S W ttlu-uv cor Queen
nnd AUk'M 8u 2H7-lw
FOR RENT Two imfuitilstied rooms
nnd UH. of ftfibl- large grounds
550 Here nil i hr neat Alapal
FOR RENT Nely turnlshed two-
room cottjgo suitable for I or 2 gen
tlemen. li)-.e to electi'c cais Apply
V Turner at Lewis & Co. 2147.1 w
FOR RENT The desirable downtown
residence on Alakea St. now occu
pied by Dr C D Cooper, containing
7 roomii kitchen -bath and lanal;
electric lights Applj on piemlse-s.
TO LhT A lioii,e on Punchbowl St.
between Hotel and Beretanln; nine
bedrooms dining room and kitchen;
newly p tinted ind papeied through
out; electric wired, etc. Apply to
Hr. John S McGrw coi of Lunall
lo and Hi klold Sts 2ll7-3t
NEW - TO-DAY
The Freuih Laundry J. ABADIE,
proprietor corner ot Heretanla nnd
Punchbowl lA now open for business.
Only flrst-cla, work "Sne. Delivery
twlco n week Telephone Dlue 3553,
There will be a meeting of tho
MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION of Ho
nolulu at the rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce new Hackfeld building.
Instead of the Sto. Exchange, as no
tified a few diys ago. at 3 o'clock p. m.
on Thursday May 15th, 1002.
W, W. HARRIS.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO IN
The underpinned. Administrator of
thTTJBtatu of A IJ Scrlmgeour, de
ceased, hereby notifies the public in
general that he Is leady to receive bids
for tho purchase of the stock tn trade,
good will, fixtures, tools, and utensils
of the Manufacturing Harness Co,
situate on the corner of Port nnd King
strecTs, Honolulu, Oaliu. All bids to
bo submitted In writing on or before
the 31st day ot May. 1902, Terms
Tho bid accepted will he submitted
to tho Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit for approval and confirmation.
Tho "money to be paid when confirma
tion or approval by the Court is ob
tained. Dated, Honolulu. May Hth, 1902
Administrator of the Estate of A. IJ.
A warrant waj Issued this morning
for tho nrreht of Ned," a coloiod man,
on the charge of iialng vulgar, piofane
and obscene language In a public
plate The vvinant was sworn out hv
Dais) Siencer befoie whom the misde
meanor Is ulleged to have taken place.
Another warrant was Isbucd for tho or
ient of AkaiJ i for assault and battery
on Malle Kauakapu lw).
, Hunk books of all sorts, edgers, etc,
I nianiifnttuied by the Bulletin Publish
Ltd. W. & M., Ltd.
These ore American made curtains copied
nftcr patterns from the famous looms of
Nottingham. Wd 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.
If you are a woman with thoughts of home
decorating, nsk to be shown nny, or all. of the
following numbers t
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Honolulu Season ot the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
nnd his distinguished organlza
tlon, who will present the fol
J): lowing repertoire:
Thursday MAY 15 Night
Saturday MAY 17 Mntlneo
Saturday MAY 17 Night
Tuesday MAY 20 Night
Wednesdaj MAY 21 Night.
Program for other ieifnriiiatM.e will
he dut aiinoutKPil Curtain nitin at
H i m harp Cat r I J its mi) be ordered
Complete Vcnlc Productions, armour,
costume, etc , linrcially brought lor each
tla Alv Mr arde original uinit
lug coin pan) Inchidinic Memn Cliailei
I Herman Barrj J ohtu time IIarr C,
llarttxt I fAin.ll II Mcrtliin Inhn K
H)tic Mluw Auiloncite Ahtoti, irjcitifa
lrew 1 rest. on ,-ia arue Atieeii ner
telle, and 15 otlten
SCAM; OF PRICrS 'r.ntiie lower
floor (1 yi, I ami!) Circle except front
row $100 I-ogei fiooo Hoxen, fij
Regular Rale of tiiketi uou ojien at all,
Sh liols Co No seat held ater u nlock
uHhedi) of the erlornunce unlesi paid
I' --' ,1
tor u) uuiimitr
Hvery evening during tho week except
MY WIFPS BABY
Thursday, Friday and
NEW Y0RKDAY BY DAY
Orpheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 76c
MATINEE PUICES 16c and 25c.
We nre now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the sne
er bs that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for sen Ing the best that tho maiKet
riffcrds. Is a sufficient guaranteo that
wo will give J ou perfect satisfaction.
We hao the finest display of the
letter grade or BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
cici put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIE8 and LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA i ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Cij, Corner of nerctanta Avenue
and Punchbowl Stiect.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
PIANO AND GRAPHOPHONES
On THURSDAY, MAY 15,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street,!
will sell at Public Auction
A Squaro Piano nnd a number of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, MAY 16th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction
A very rtralco lot of Assorted Maid
enhair Ferns and Hanging Baskets.
JAS. F. MORGAN. il
AND SETJJF SAILS
ON FRIDAY, MAY 16,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
U the Old FIshmarket wharf near
foot of Maunakca street, I will sell at
Public Auction by order of tho own
Schooner Twlllght, complete, with
anchors, chains, etc.," as she now lies
ulongsldo Uio wharf.
I will also sell her set of sails, which
lire nearly new, having been in use
only about three montfis.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On THURSDAY, MAY 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, CS Queen stretTt, I
will sell at Public Auction a very largu
Quantity of the following goods:
Assorted Canned Fruits and Meatr.
Starch, Rolled Oats, Corn, Peas,
lleans. Coffee, Dried Apples,
Paper Dags, Counter Scales,
Lamp Chimneys, Hath Soap,
Cigarettes, Mosquito Wire, Crochery,
New Washboards, Wall Paper,
Show Cases, Shoes, Crepe,
Assorted Ribbons, Taffeta,
Oil Stoe, Ico Doxes, Chairs.
Itockcrs, Veranda Chairs,
Center Tables, Kitchen Tables,
Couches, CGIffonlcrs. Book Cases,
Settees, Meat Safes,
Sewing Machines, Lawn Mowers,
Bicycles, Sheets, Towels,
Bedspreads, Pillows, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Just Arrived '
I have for sate a quantity ot Sauer
b 'iinn on In good order. Sold In quan
tities to suit.
Jan. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STREET.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Private Sale. ,
premises on Berotanla Btrcet, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Bcretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; one-half casli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises" 259 Klnau St..
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
froperty has a frontago on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feerr
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KitcMen, Bath,
la I go Carriage IIouso. Price 4500,
Terms, one-half cash; balanco on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 por cent net. Tho lot
hns a right of way entrance to Here
THH1D Premises on Klnau 81. ad'
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
10G feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$1000. Ono-half cash, balanco ) 'a
reortgngo at 7 1-2 per cent net. flKs
light of way to Berctanla St,
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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