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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, MAY ID, 1902
Tjpjjpll ' mr 1 1 i m i'p' ii--tTS. .irr-
E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, COR.
MAJOR WOOD ON
(Continued from page 1 )
ket places and had thanked Ood for
vho prl liege, then in the towns with
their working population and was sit
premet) griteftil, lint now ho stood In
h streets of London with a nmltltilda
txe ceding the population of most of
h i towns ndded together
1 in Mission ten! nn old one to start
uh did nut last long. It soon camo to
irlef In the high winds A dancing
ta'oon. holding about C0 people, wai
then taken for the Sundnj services, ,
while nn old wool warehouse served
he purpose for week nights. Othol
places were occupied, an old chapel, a
bowling allej. n stable,
pwmi,, ui.w. - ,.,,
The venture with the old rascally
Effingham Theater was a big .ucceiM
Upon the stage a crowd of converted
prize fighters drunkards profligates,
and the disreputable ragged edge of
the hem of socletj s garment, told with
marvelous effect what (lod had dona
The following j ear, a Scotchman,
havliin seen their work, pressed thom
to take over a mission ho had In Edln
Vurgli. which thej did
To hnve called
rt an longer the East London Mission
would have been far from correct, so
ie are not surprised now to find It the " "mn un
christian Mission, under which namo In connection with the foreign work
It continued for seven vears. It Is but I suppose I should mention the Naval
bare and simple Justice to recognize and Mllitarv League, which had to be
that the Army Is not a split from any organized In order to band together
denomination Mr. and Mrs Dooth had and keep track of our converts and
created a new tjpc of evangelists as soldiers either bn board men-of-war or
well as a new mission. They had In military garrisons and camps. Its
touched virgin soil, a new class. members are found In every pait of
Vour simple principles were laid the world. Homes for this class of
down In these early davs which are, men have been opened In many of tho
still adhered to and are worthy of era- principal ports, as, for Instance, OI
tilat'on by all sincere workers. Tlrst, hraltar, Yokohama, Portsmouth, Hong
go to the people: It's nonsense expect- kong. Malta, etc.
Ing them to come to von. Second, at- The first headquarters was opened
tract the people: they must he awoko away back In 1SS7, an old saloon, 'Iha
nd aroused. Third, save tlfe people; Eastern Star, very slgnlflcent name,
nothing snort or iiennue conversion
win uu. ruiiiui, I'luiuuj urn i,ru,i,
s.s soon ns saved, set them to work.
. .. . ,
In 1873 at the tenth anniversary, tho
Mission had 52 stations and 32 evange-
lists The following vear an Important
tp was taken when vwmien were al-
lowed to become enngellsts, and from
that da to this all posts from tlm
highest to the lowest have been open
to and filled by women Women Com-
mHsloners have had charge of tho
work In whole countries, for Instance,
Norwav, Sweden. France, Switzerland,
Finland India and Canada,
In the following vear to tills we see
another step In the evolution William
IVooth is preparing his annual report following year It became tho "Chris
mi appeal Just prior to Christmas, tlan H"lou Magazine": ten vrars la-
1S77. "What Is the Christian .Mission?'
aa the question propounded by the.hlle thc nc,ft -'nr " finally evolved
circular as dictated. A moment's
pause and then the answer came from
Ills secretary, "A Volunteer Array,"
writing the words at the same time,
Leaning over the shoulder of hU ecre
tar), thc General picked up a pen,
passed It Fmough tho word, "Volun
leer," nnd wrote over it "Salvation."
It Immediately struck those present as
nothing short of nn Inspiration.
Once n military model became the
new order the outside fashion of thing
began of necessity to change Up to
the present William Ilooth had been
styled the General Supeilnttndent;
somebody quite naturally dropped tho
second title and he became General.
Elijah Cadman, one of the evangelists
stationed at Whitby, had already, to u"ene" m "' '"u- antl al 'e end of
catch the sallom and fisher folk, called the ear ""other for men. The advan
himself Captain. ,a8es of tnoBg Institutions was quickly
Gradations of rank followed, Mission fceen anf"n the following ear a
halls became barracks, regulations had Iarse 'H"""" orphanage at Clavton
to be issued, and as a pure necessity W8B of"'! lo the Army cheap It was
of the case a uniform must be adopted. '"'"K1"- he central quadranglo was
Hut this all took time and came grad- C04CrcI afid converted Into an amphl
uay theater. Beating 5000 persons, while tho
In the year 1878 tho first flag was un- flTlllulnB proper furnished accommoda
furled by Mrs. Ilooth In Coventry, the lon for 6omo 40 cadets, and from
border of bluo being typical of Holl- 'lat u"H''lnB Workers have gono out
ness, the ground of red reminding all lMo aM nar,s of ,ho rll- Every
that salvation Is through the blood of untry near!) has Its training school,
Jesus and In the center Ike yellow star 'here belnS B0In frtv altogether at
typlfjlng the fire of the Holy Ghost, the prebent time
without the baptism of which Chris-
tlan work Is a failure.
When tho change took place thero
were CO stations and 88 evangelists;
the following jear they had Increased
to 81 stations and 127 evangelists, by
1881 they had treblen nnd showed 251
totpa nnd 533 officers They trebled
aaln by 1833 with C57 corps, 1C5G offi
cers, In 1883. 1322 corps, 307 officers,
and bu on It went until today there
are a total of 7G1C corps and 1C..IS3
He weighs 355 lbs and rides a
Cleveland. We have them for rltlcrs
of any weight.
oti will find the Cleveland a first-
dats wheel In ever) respect and sells
fur little money.
& SON, Ltd:
FORT AND KINO ST.
In 1S79 a family of Salvationists
named Shlrlj emigrated from Coven
try to 1'Mladelphla. They missed tho
familiar Army meetings and on thclf
own Initiative this man with his wlfo
and daughter started to hold open airs
in their own neighborhood then rent
ed nn old chair factor and lield regu
lar Army meeting The) appealed to
the enteral for help he icfused. ai
lie hail no wish to wolk otitsldo of
J Great Tirltaln. but the) l,tpt making
theh appeals more Importunate i ntll
'In ivio he ilt tided to heed It and sent
'over claht olflieis to commemo tlm
I work Twcnt)two oars have elniO
rolled nwnv and now we have 71!) i
I corps. J"7 Social Institutions and 3021
ulNiei In the I'nlted States
The following venr appeals larau
from France nud Australia and niter
(onsldirable ilcla) were acted upon. To
Infidel and Catholic Frame the C.euer
,n Au8traUa n wmc
.. ,,. ,,, unrlf Tna
opening of some countries rends al
most like n lomance.
Prom eountrv after countrj appeals
have come until today, 37 vears after
that eventful meeting In the East End
of London we are working fn 47 dlf-
and colonics with
,R'arl iou0 stations and over 15.000 of-
constituting one of the largest
not the largest missionary societies
U(.ing taken Here one room In theacj. T)le Army has alwajs believed
rear was useu as me umce wim one in
.... . ...
the front where song books and lellg
lous books and papers were sold. From
this Insignificant establishment has
slowly evolved our International head
quancrs in London, vvnere alone lull
persons arc omploved and the similar
although smaller headquarters which
nre to be found In every territory,
From that little front room on White
Chapel road the Arni"s Printing and
Trading D"partmcnts have grown Into
a mammoth concern. Mrst of all, It
I was simply for printing purposes. In
18Gb a little sheet called tho "East
London Evangelist" was issued, tin
ter ll nPPl as "The Salvationist",
into me worm renowned "war cry.
That was In fSSO. At the prert.nl tlmo
we Ibsiio 46 weekly and 13 monthly po-
rlodlcals In a number of languages,
with a total combined circulation of
over a million copies weekly.
Innumerable books have been pub
llshed, tho first oue being, "How- to
reach the .Masses." With the advent
of the military Idea, uniform was nec
essary, badges, caps, cap bands, bon-
Iiet8' n"E8 wll tlle formation of ths
Army urass uanUB there camo the ne
cessity for band music and band In
struments, and as there are at this
late something like 1C.137 bandsmen,
this meant no small item.
A Training Home for women was
The annual International self denial
ffort Is a production of Invention of
the Armv and has also bttn both a spi -
ritual nnd fliiam lal blessing Tho first
vvas held 15 vears ago in Great Ilrlt-
nln alone, fthen tome funds were
piesslngl) needed for the foreign
work, It realized something like $C0,
uM) and tn markeil was the succes of
It that it has been continued ever smco
)car by )ear ThlB years effort which
has just closed will I estimate lesult
In Buinithlng 1)1"- $0 0 OuO for tho Ar
my's Home and foreign Mission funds.
And now to come to the last great
development of tho Army, namely Its
social wing. Many have the idea that
this originated through that wonderful
book of tho General's, "In Darkest Kng
land and the Va Out," but the fal
lacy of this Is easily seen when 1
point out that at the time this volume
Issued from the press there were al
ready In operation four food depots,
five night shelters, one Inebrlites'
home, several prison gate brigades, one
factory, thirty three slum settlements
and thirty-three rescue homes, nil of
them officered by 3S4 persons. In fact,
it was through the ideas of the need
gained by these Institutions that tho
General was led to plan out a complelo
scheme of social reform No; this de
partment antedated "In Darkest Eng
land" appearance some six vears Al
most from the Inception of the move
ment the need of some such departuro
Home after home was opened, until
today we have 111 homes operating,
through which 6000 women pass annual
ly, 76 per cent of whom turn out ratls
factor. Then thero was another
equally unfortunate class the e crim
inal Under the sjstcm In England It li
almost impossible for the stigma of j
the prison to be removed, nfter a man
leaves prison he Is compelled to report
himself every month to the nearest po
rTco station It Is not quite so bad In
(he Stntes but It is ccrtalul) b'nd '
1 enough. Should lit- desire to turn over
a new leaf nud seciue a Job. around
comes a detective who Imorms his em
plover of his old life and to watch him
tare-fully The man gits filed. What
shall he do? The Ann) sat' tie must
be given a rhnnco to prove hlmulf, '
we will look nfter him and when ho
leaves us It will bo with n recommen
datlon and so the first Home was open-1
cd. Officers arrange to meet the men
bb they leave the prison gates, and
the" advantages of the Home arc
pointed out to them. Arms of love are
put around, they ate put to work or
Mr. Herbert Gladstone, In Breaking
nt one of the annual meetings referred
to borne statistics given, saving 1
pa j that tills Is a great lesult because
jou must remember that the class of
men iiealt with In Ihese homes are of '
tho most dangerous character and !
lmfotlc,K(, b ftork or ,.
()f t,u, G(ncrnm,,nt ,, J8
proof of the practical work done b thu
Arm) for the last six years In my oftl
cial capadtv at the Home office and
as a Member of Parliament I have giv
en close and personal attention to
prison matters, and I say emphatlcal
ly there Is no society or body In the
country which has done more valuable
work for the rescue of criminals than
the Salvation Army.'
We now have 13 of these homes In
operation through which 1000 crimi
nals go every jear to kad new and
Again there was trio out of-works.
the man down on Ms luck.
This opened up a tremendously large
in the urine nln fhnt "tin u-hn oi
i v "- " "-
feeds the poor Is their greatest ene-
m. while he who emplovs them in
useful labor Is their best friend." For
the ritan without a trade, Salvage Drl'
Kade were formed. In which men were
emplovod with wagons nnd push carts
to go around and collect paper, rags,
string bottles, old clothes, broken fur
niture. nny thing nnd ever thing
Labor bureaus were organized to
hunt work for these unfortunates, fin
ally fnrm colonies were secured for
the training of men to send abroad or
become farmers and on these there
nro found dairies, poultry ranches
market gardens, orchards, apiaries,
brick fields, etc. Thc Idea being to
turn the flow of the unemplojed from
tho congested centers of population
back to the land, changing them liom
wasters and tax eaters to workers ami
Among tho othor agencies are Dojs
Hefuges for the Hooligans of the street,
Inebriate homes for the almost help
less cases and children's orphanages
for tfte waifs and strajs. Altogether
the social wing now consists of COD
separate Institutions amongst which
are 170 food depots and night shelters,
07 fnctorlcs, 33 orphanages, 132 slum
settlements, 16 farm colonies with a
total of 2C.5C2 acres, etc. The whols
are looked after by a staff of 2fiC9
trained officers, many of whom havo
themselves come up from the slough
of despond and graduated through
theso factories and Institutions to of
fkcrsnlp They contain a total ac
commodation for 33,000 persons and
provide the poor with 4 000.000 bed!
and 7.000,000 meals annually.
Twenty-four different governments,
besides many municipalities now roc
ognlzo the Army's work oWldally and
make annual "grants towards Its sup
port, w hllo several of the Australian
colonies have turned over their bo)s'
nnd girls' reformatoircs to the chargo
of tho Army,
Major Wood finished tho rending of
his paper by quoting several notnbla
personnges who have expressed them
selves favorably on the work of tha
Salvation Army nnd gave a general rt
.siiiiie of the effectiveness of the work,
After tho reading tlie Major received
much npplause. Rev "W M. Klncald,
Rev E S Muekloy. Rev V. H Rico,
Rev J Erdman and others made spo
eial little spce-ches In which they
thanked the Major for hip piper and
expressed a heart) B)mpath) for the
organization which he represented
At the meeting the subject of hnv
a fiesta In this clt on the plan ol
Weather Hureau. Punahou, May 19.
Temperature Morning minimum,
65. Midday maximum, 82
llarometcr at 9 n. m. 30.01. Tailing.
ltalnfall 0 00.
Dew Point CCr.
Humidity at 9 a m Co per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
19. Weather clear ,wlnd light E
Sunday, May 17,
Str. W. O Holt, S Thompson
Str James Makee, Tullett,
Str. Walaleale, Plltz, from Kauai.
Sunday, May 18.
A -H S S. Cnllfornlan, Lyons, for
New York via Knbulut and llllo.
Monday, May 19.
Am. up Tlllle E Starbuek, Curtis,
for San Francisco, with sugar
The ship Tlllle E. Starbuek Captain
Curtis, sailed for San Francisco this
morning with n load of sugar.
Str lnalanl. Greene, for Koloa and
Eleele at 5 p m.
Str Lebua. Naopala for Maul and
Molokal ports, at 5 p m,
Str Klnau Freeman, for Hllo and
v a) ports, nt noon.
Str. Claudlne. Parker for Maul ports,
at 5 p m.
Str W O Hnll. S Thompson for
Kauri t ports, at 5 p. m
Str Kauai Itruhn for Knilua and
Punaltiu, nt 5 p m,
Str. James Makec Tullttt, for Kll.iu-
en Kalinin ni and Hnnalcl at 4 i m.
Str. Walaleale, Plltz for Annliolri,
at 4p ra
Str Noau. Pederfn. for Knnnapall,
Lnhnlnn Houokna and Kukulhnele at
f p. ra.
I SAILING WEDNESDAY
' OSS Alameda. Hcrrlman, for San
Francisco nt 10 n, m. (Mall closes nt
9 a. m )
From Kauai ports, per sti. W. G.
! Hnll Ma IS Mist Mnrj Perry, C M.
, Kugg T It Itoblnion. S Kugumlta,
All Se wife and four children Miss
I Annie Mrs Knln. Mi's Kala. W M.
Hergan, E K. Dull W Williamson
j Mir. E. Malklkoa. S Otakl. G. Fusl-
gnwa and fifty-one deck .
From Maul ports, per etr Claudlne
May IS C L Wight, Mrs I. II. Luf.
kin. Mrs C. D Lufkln Miss C O Luf-
W Marter !
..Mrs M D W
Lufkin. Miss M Smith,
ntson. Miss M Klrkland,
H C Barrow M Hoemer W 11 Lenlz.
M. Cnbrnl. (1 Glbb, F Klamp F E.
Ulchardson W F. Drake G W Carr,
H. T Havselden. J J Combs W II,
Cornwell H P Unldwln P. Ohrt. Ah
Young. K Garcia wife and child, Sugl
moto, Mrs L Groves, J S Kalston
nnd wife J W. Loyd wife nnd child.
Miss Kate Stewart, A. N Kepolkal. Dr
J. II Raymond, S. M Damon and 83
those herd fn the cities of Southern
California was brought up and caused
nn exceedingly lively discussion. Rev.
W H Rice Informed the meeting that
he had written to Rev. Dr. Chapman
of Lcs ATigeles for information regard
Ing the evils and excesses which Usu
all) necompau) such fiestas.
Several of the members also spoks
on these evils and It was final!) lecld
ed to appoint Rev E S Muckley to In
vestlgnte this matter and to bring th
remits of his Investigations before a
epeelal meeting vvnlch will probably
be h"ld in about two weeks At this
meeting t?le Union will probably de
cide upon what action It will take In
Among those present at thlB morn
ing's meeting were Rev O. H Guild;
ITev Hiram Illngham, Rev. Serena
HMiop Rev W. M Klncald, Rev. W.
H Rice Major Wood, Mr IT. C
Prown Rev S S Muckley, Rev. Mr.
Pearson, Rev Mr. Waldron, Rev. J.
Erdmnn and Prof iheo Richards.
est Point Feud
Has Brutal Ending
Chicago. May 8 Lieutenant Harry
E 11 King was lound unconsiious on
the doorstep of J. M. Melville of Wil
lamette Wednesday night, the victim
of an assault by M A Ullcbau, lormcr
ly a tellow cadet wltn King at West
Point King Is a nephew of General
Cluib King and a son of Hrevet Geuer
al H A King, now retired, of Wash
ington and was formeily president ot
his class ut West Point,
The puipose of Iho assault, accord
ing to the Lleutenant'B story, was to
get pokbcirslon of a document contain
ing damaging evidence against Ufl
chnn The effort was succesbful, and
Ullchan not only secured the papers
but also (CO which the officer had In
King was expelled from West Point
In 1897 thiough tho instrumentality of
Ullchan His former fellow student
alone could furnish evldenco thut
would clear him of the dlsgraco and re-
Instnte him to the military academy.
After trying for months to locnln him,
King ran across Ullehnn accidentally
in Cincinnati on April 28th Ho Uull
ed him to Pittsburg, back to Cincinna
ti again and thence to CTSlrago, whom
he flnall) confronted Ullchan nnd
foiced him nt the point ot a revolver
In his loom at the Great Northern Ho
tel to write out n confession of tho
pait he had taken In securing Klng'H
downfall at West Point.
Ullchan then becanio a sleuth and
hounded tho footsteps of King When
the lattei boarded nn electilc cni In
EvanMon Wednesday night for Fort
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TO PURCHASE TRIMMINGS
- AT HALF -
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$ .50 Trimmings
Wo sincerely believe that our TRIMMING DEPARTMENT has al
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which It enjoys from Honolulu's best dressmakers warrants us In
congratulating ourselves that our efforts to keep It always up to tho
pace set by Dame Fashion, havo been entirely successful.
Tint though we work hard to keep our stock Just right, like every
body elso wo sometimes make mistakes. Our New York man, ever
alert to keep us biipplled with plenty of the best, has this time sent us
too much Convquentl wo are overstocked. Hut ou know the old
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In order to reduce our stock, for SIX DAYS we will offer a largo
quantity of TRIMMINGS AT HALF PRICE, "ihls Includes GALLOONS,
ALLOVER3. APPLIQUES, Etc., In CHIFFON, TAFFETA nnd LACE8.
No rhinges lnve been made In the prices marked on the goods.
Whatever the price vou paj only hnlf but this for six davs only.
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IN FACT, AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYBODY.
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falling UV RTchecos Dandruff
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& Cottage Gron- King St 2131-tr
FOR SALE Pi nii'tir ot 4 room cot
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renting wtUtcp 21511m
PUULIC LANDS NOTICE.
Nolle 1 1 h "v.) 4 vn that the fol
lowing unon-1 , ' Httiute at Lualua
lei, Waliini- Oil will be sold nt
Public Amtio a' the front 'entranto
of the lunl lar, Bj.ldlng on the 24tn
day of M ly 111. it 1. o clock noon
under provniuai t the Last Act of
1995 for Gnu r a-!ds
Lot. No Area. Upset Price.
i . . 1T19 $;ooooo
2 ... 1160
3 ... 1172
4 . . IliS
5 . . 1197
No person will ba allowed to pur
chase more- than, one lot and all pur
chasers must hive the qualifications
required of applicants under Part VII
of the Land Act of 1S95
One-fourth of pus chase price Is re
quired tnimedlacel, after the sale.
Partleiiliri a to residence condi
tions, cultlvitloa, etc may bo obtain
ed at tlii' Puuli. Lands ODlce. Hono
lulu. EDWARD S. BOYD,
CoiniuimUaHr of Public Lands.
Public Landt OdLe April 17. 1902
Tho hIniv mf U hereby postponed
until further njti
EDVARD S DOYD,
CommluDU'i of Public Lands.
Public L-IUU Olice Slay 19th, 1902
Sheridan, Ulliiyin followed, assaulted
him and robbed him of the confession.
Ullehnn, who w is cashiered from tho
Army a ye ir ii Is a Californlan Ha
left Chicago tin, morning for the Hast.
In Forrnosi n-. - ; a battalion of
soldlerH, iiiniplAi -' piotected from
motqultoc i for Hit la' s, during the ma
larial kcikoii on aped the disease en
tirely, wherex there were 259 cases
of malarli tn )Q unprotected battal
ion In the uinin pine nud during the
same length of titan
The promotcis of the American sky
srrnper In tho .Strand London, having
hern refuhcd a ,ll0-cir leaso by tint
city, have iIhIIhiI to build n structum
I upon English iljn Instead, on a 93
i )eur leaso
Cardinal (i.hlions a-ill celchiatn his
silver Jubilee u A-ihblsliup of Balti
more on Ottulmr next.
this week for $4.00
this week for $3.50
this week for $2.50
this week for $2 00
this week for $1.00
this week for $ .50
this week for $ .25
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Concluding Performances of
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
and bis distinguished organize
tlon, who will present the fol
Tuesday MAY 20 Night
Wednesday MAY 21 Night.
Thursdaj MAY 22 Night
Saturda) MAY 24 Matlneo
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Complete ? enlc I'rxluclloiu, armour,
rotume cli Ml-ill lirouclu tor etch
llv VUo Mr WdiiteinTigliul upiHrt
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telle an I 13 otliet
sCALh OK PRICt S rntlre lower
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Sea1- mi Sale at Wall Miliutu Co lor
tlie iciuimiic performAtneji
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of tho Estate of HOI!
EIIT HOBSON HIND, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given by the
undersigned JOHN HIND, Cxecutoi
of the last will of Robert ltobson Hind,
deceased, to the Creditors of and all
persons having claims against tho
said deceased to ptesent theli claims
duly authenticated with the proper
Vouchers within sl months after tho
first publication or this notice to thc
said Executor at his residence at Ko
hala, Island of Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, the same being the placo for
the Transaction of business of said es
tate in said Tertltory.
Executor ot the Last Will of lloburt
ltobson Hind, Deceased.
Dated at Honolulu J. II , EeTiru
al) 25th I'jOJ
2080 feb 25, Mat 4, 11, IS, 25;
It Is reported that the Ameer of Af
ghanistan having appointed a council
to assist him In the administration of
tho country. Dlhl Hallma, Ulmar
Khans mother becauso she was con
sulted requested him to dismiss It.
'Ibis the Ameer refused to do with tho
result that the plotting and counter
plotting havo lncreaed more than ever
Bulletin, ISc ner month
65 Queen St.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, Co Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a number ot
New Steel Safes.
JAS. H. MORGAN.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 2011),
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, (Z Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very largo
quantity of thc following goods:
lallor Goods, Cottonades, Prints,
Drcaa Goods, Flannelettes, Drills,
Brown Cottons, DlanKOts, Shoes.
Felt' nnd Straw Hats, Valises,
Ittigs, Etc. Etc.
These aro all new goods.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
flRST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Derctania street, ndjoin
Ing residence ot C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Borctnnla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco J9000; one half casTi, bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Prcmlscs'259 Klnau St.,
r.1 present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
froperty han a frontage on Klnau St.
if 115 feet nnd a depth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen, Bath,
latgo Carriage House. Prlco 4500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balanco on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent not. Tho lot
has a right of way entrance to Berc
THIItD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Trontago on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
(1000. One half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Bcretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St