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JCVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. 1J01
All Ghainless Wheels.
Come Into our blccle department and Bee these wheels Wo take
Bpeclil prlilo In showing them and have them set up on exhibition
especially to show them
E. O- HALL & SON, Ltd;,
NEW BUILDlfiG, CORNUR FORT AND KING STRiiCTS.
KiHIS 11 01)1 10 HI (HUB HI
PHESENTING AIR. WARD3
WITH EMBLEMATIC illlELD
At the Performance of Damm and
Pythias at Hawaiian Opeia
House by the Warde
Frederick Warde and compau had a
full house last night which the enter
tained most ncccptabl) with Damon
and l'.Ulilas The title roles wire
taken b) Mr Wnrile nnd Ch tries D
Itermiii who developed the strenuous
situations abounding foi those pirts to
the utmost Miss Antoinette Ashton
enguglngl) acted Calantbe, the llamec
of i'jthU She is alvvajs charming
on the stage, her dlilh ulty in the classic
dnma being that for the audience, It
is hard to fetih the Illusion that she
has nlllnltj with the ancients Miss
Mrglnla Drew frescott plajed llcr
mlon wife of Damon ecellentl).
adapting herself with Inconspicuous art
to the violenll) contrasting phases of
the character in the plot Dion) sins
thetjrant was personated with discre
tion b) Hurr M O Connor Hamilton
Coleman plnj ed up the role of l.ucullus
to be a leidlng featur.- of the drama
as doubtless It was Intended bj the tuguese Hev SI Soares, delegate. Sir.
author The support and the hidden Lomba Chinese Rev Sir Wong Ja
acceskorles as well as the stage set- panise, Rev T dkiimuru SIcthodlst
tings were all hlghlj creditable Thcro lte G L Pearson Christian, Rev. E.
was no doubt of the effectiveness of S. Mueklcj , delegate. J. SI Taggart
the piaj with the audience, bursts of Kaumaknplll. Rev. Sir. Dald. At
applause being frequent amidst acts large He Dr. Sercno Ulshop, Rsv.
anil prolonged at ever) fall of the
What sir. Warde win probabl) re-
member as one of the most pleasant Smith, Rev W. D. Westervelt, Rev. O.
Incidents of his visit to Honolulu took i. Pearson, Rev. W. H. Rice, Rev. J.
place at the end of the third act He p Ertlman. As the candidate for ex
was called before the curtain and pre- amlnatlon was proposed by Central
semen wun a large snieiu in tne colors
c the Knights of P)thlas red. jellow
and blue and bearing the motto Inl-
tlals "F C. R,' friendship, charity
and holeolence Breathing hard from
his reient t-xertlons Sir Warde said
It was unfortunate that an actor al-
was hid to respond to tributes of
esteem when In nn exhausted condition
from the most difficult parts of his act-
lng vet he ronllall) thanked the
Knights of l'jthlns whose order wai
founded on tho beautiful legend of that
drama for the handsome shield lie
would neer forget theli kindness In
presenting him with such an appropil-
ate token of their esteem and biotherly
love About 150 Knights attended the
performance, all wearing faors In the
colors of the order The shield had n
card attached with the Inscription.
' From tho Pythlans of Honolulu tq
their Brother Knight. Ftedcrlch
WEDGED ON WHARF
T"t OCT OUID nrr
IU bLb Onlr Urr
(Continued from page 1 )
The nilofnnl thpntrlcnl mmnini win
among the passengers The members wllc" Mr- Waldron was tailed back
of this compan) made inanv friends In lnto tlle council room the moderator
Honolulu and hundreds were on the told him of the favorable vote, sijlng
wharf to bid them aloha and Invite In conclusion that tho division of tho
them to come to Honolulu again 1 u,e w8 m'Tflj a question of oidlna-
Genial Tom" Rites was piomlnent n lure not of the candidates char
on deck Sllss Claire Washington was "fr or fitness us a man to enter tho
at his side They looked bappv and ministry
Hates smiled as If he couldn t help It ' '
when a friend on the wharf said some-1 CANNOT USE THE COURT.
thing about there being lots of rice and
old Bhoes up on the Coast . I Pang Chong oppcarcd in tho Police
Ralph Yardlej thc cartoonist was
perspiring beneath a load of le-ls News'
linnn, man .ml ntli... n lln ,..
Hcndr; ham, ,0 sa, go'od
Demetrius aambrlnus Camarlnos drove
down to the vessel and unloaded his
share of the floral offerings one of the
deck hands assisting him In earning
the (lowers aboard and many willing
Wn,8,.HUrn.hg t0.t". "'.l ,"e!UUre !
decorating the artist It Is rumored
thatYardley wept, but Camarlnos sa s
ho wus smoking a strong cigar and
the smoke probably went Into his eyes
Tho large passenger list of tho Ala-
mecla Is printed elsewheie She was to
have sailed at 10 o'clock this morning
but was unavo dabli delajed until
ater ' '
Upon her arrival In San Francisco
the Alemeda will go Into dr) dock to
he cleaned That Is the reason of her
early departure, the reason of tht
changing of the tlmo of departuie from
I o clock In the afternoon to 10 o clock
In the morning
When tho Alameda next sails from
Honolulu she will leave on June 10.
Instead of the lltli, as per schcdiilo,
1 Ills change Is mulo owing to the fact
that tho 11th Is a holiday nnd it Is the
deslroof the agents as well as all eon-
cerntd to get the stenmer awav before
tho holiday, so that tho holiday ot
ninny men will not lie spoiled by having
to do business with tho Alameda on the
EXAMINATION OF JOHN
WALDRON BY MINISTERS
Result Most Satisfactory -Question As
To Propriety of Ordainu? in
nation. There mis nn insimbl is- m the L.nr
lois nf dniral Lnlon chinch jiKitnli)
if ti union of the iiiinlslcis and dele
gates from all the evunyellrjl churches
In Honolulu, the eibjt t being the e
iluluiitloti of John O W.ildinti lato
supt riiutniiciii an j intniuor It. t'ie
Hois' iiilrude Minifl 1 1 lining dt part
mint m In his eligibility and fitness to
liter the mlnlsti). The examination
tool, !uc hours and the action of the
UKxembled mlnlstiis was fuiornblo
The inclination services will be held
In Central t'nlon church on the even
lug of lime 1 The detnlls arc In th
hands of Rtv Georgo L Pearson. Rev.
II nice und Rev. O. I' Emerson,
the lommlttcc appointed for the pur
pot b the moderator. Rc W. U
Those pi sent at the council were us
follows Katiniakaplll church
M I.ono, delegate, II K I'oepoe
o. H Gullck, Rev. John Leadlngham,
I Hev O. P. Emerson, Rev. T. T. Alex
ander. Rev. Sir. Thwlng. Dr. A. SL
Fnlon church, Rev. W. SI Klneald
nnd delegates J SI Whitney and W. W.
Hall were made honorary members ol
the council, without votes,
h,, i D. Wcstei veil was chosen
moderator and Rex. J 1 Ertlman
fcrihe The call for the council and
tue ,nperg bearing on the candidate's
request foi examination and ordination
ttprp rc.jt anii the candidate was then
called Into the pusenre of his judges
iiiu examination was quite length
I pon motion of Dr Ulshop the candl-
d ,te ttmi btvond the hearing of the
,m nn,i the result of tho exumlna-
tIon wnB thorouMili discussed The
resllU of thc ,oU, Bns ror ordination,
u ns.,illst ordlnntlon III Honolulu
n not voting 2 Rc O II Gullck and
Hn j i.0U(ngham while satisfied
. , ntnm. , Mr w.il.lron to
prcaeh thc Gospe, t0 llIa fel,ow mer)(
,Nere ot tll( pnon that lllg ordination
hero, when he Intended to leave for a
pastorate In New England, would tend
to Injure rather than strengthen him
there Sir I.cadlnghom said ho under-
stood that Central Union church put
Itself on record as an Independent
'church In that cage, the ordination
of a minister by the local church would
'not have the weight and effect of a
tegular clituch In New England,
court this forenoon on the chargo of
common nuisance, the more specltlc
'. be,nB that he allowed his .ess
uo01 t0 overflow. When the defendant
wttB asked what he had to say ho re-
piled that bo had had bis cesspool
u iiaa U(.eu the habit of Mr Tracy,
the Inspector of ranltation. to causo
, . . , , ,.
tho arrest of RrloU8 Pco',le comralt-
,lnB Infractions against tho Board of
Health regulations, to nsk the Court
that time be given for the offenders to
remed) any sanitary defects on ac-
counl ot wlllch tllpy nlay nac been r.
. , .. ,
jested, In somo cbbcs three or four
"""tlnuances have bet n granted to give
offenders a thanco to fix up their
Tho polUe nnd Judge Wilcox havo
become tlicd of this mtthod of iiBlng
tllf, ,BtrUt Colr( s wh , forC(J
,'P",1 lo r,'nK',lJ, HW defeets at
thtlr plated nnd so vVIit n Pang Chone
said tills morning that ho had had his
tusspool pumped out and wan waiting
to nn grantod a continuance, Ucpnty
scrlff chlllliigworth nroee nnd said
,, ,. ,, . . . ., , ,,
ho . "r ,""e hurt , hn'1 t'n,ol,K" "f . l ,0
mtl1""1 "' "IO' ' ,lllro ,,n tl10 mrt of t,,J
Iloil"1 "r Hoaltli men and ho Intended
'' K right ahead with tho prosecution
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I sell books cheaper In Honolulu
than you can buy them In NEW YORK.
WM. C. LYON,
200 .IUDD BUILDING.
IS GIVEN MORE FACTS
FROM "THE ONLY F.WA"
High Standards of Banner Planta
tion are Intensely Practical
Polarization and Scientific
Editor Evenliig Bulletin As ou
sn that the controversy between Ewa
and Ulna seems to be Interesting to
others, I feel sure l will give me
space to reply to "One Willing to
Judging from his letter, he Has evi
dent!) got a lot to learn about sugar
manufacture when he thinks that a
high polarization sugar cannot be ob
tained without a corresponding high
loss in final molasses For his benefit
I will say that at Ewa tho No 1 sugar
made stialght from s)rup Is 78 per
cent of the total sugar manufactured.
Surel), this for n start shows excel
lent work In tho vacuum pans. In dry
ing No 1 sugar at Ewa no water it all
is put Into tho centrifugals and only
ono quart when drying No 2 sugar
and still we get thoso high polariza
tions. Of course the first essential thing
needed to mako good sugar Is good
cane of a high purity. Let me tell
' One Willing to Lcnrn" nnd others
that this Is tho kind of cane we grow
at Ewa. Another essential thing is to
get good clarification of Juices at all
times, and I think everybody who Is
(Justified In expressing an opinion about
I tho matter will unhesitatingly give
Ewa the palm for this Vow, without
,t)ioso two essentials, high polarlza-
tloun of sugars nre well nigh Impos
sible without excessive washing in tho
Sometimes owing to the fnct of ono
quart of water being added to tho No.
2 sugar and none (o No 1 tho No 2
sugar will bo whiter and drier looking
sugar than tho No 1 although of n
much smaller grain and it Is not by
any means an unus-al thing fur the
No 2 to polarize higher than the No.
1. IT "One Willing to Learn" doubts
this statement let blm come to Ewa
and learn that such is tho case as
samples of every day's sugar are al
wa)s on hand nnd If ho wants to Know
how to obtain like results at Olaa and
elsewhere ho will bo shown the wn)
foi a consideration,
"Ono Willing to Learn" must bear
in mind that as Ewa leads the world
In raising large crops of cane per acre,
she at least leads tho Hawaiian Isl
ands In doing good mill work und turn
ing out good sugar.
The last (kid taktn off was No 2
ratoon cane, and It lclded over thir
teen tons of sugar per acre, and wo
have had as high as 11 82 tons of sugar
per acre, whilst our average for laBt
season vias twelvo tons. Can this bo
altogether due to good land, or does
good, scientific cultivation and fertili
zation havo unything to do with It?
Now, Sir. Editor, ob I have taken up
so much of your valuable space, 1 will
end this controversy with this parting
If "One Willing to Learn" Is really
willing to learn, let him bear In mind
that before coming tg rash conclu
sions In regard to things which, owing
to lack of experience, ho considers Im
possible, ho would do well to first find
out a little moro about the excellent
work being dono this year al 'Tho
Only Ewa" EWA
Ewn Slay 20th. 1902
nf the defendant for tho offense he was
alleged to havo committed Tho fudge
rolnrlded and tho defendant, having
ulready had ono continuance, was forc
ed to tilal,
In Colorado last year Btigar beets
grown on Irrigated land averaged Sfl
an acre, and on non-Irrigated hnd only
?1C an acre.
Nlnet)-llvo tons of gold niul 520 o(
silver aro mined in n single iar
fovu'iuEnjJUji writ i in?Mw Hussar gj"tanaMii
Full moon Wednesday night.
Tides from tho United Slates Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulut ana Hllo occur
about au hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30in
slower tbnn Orccn wclh time, being
u.ul of the meridian of 157.30. Tbe
tlmo whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m , whlcn
Is the same as Oreenwlcb. tin 0m.
Weather Bureau, l'unahou, Slay 21
Temperature Slornlng' minimum,
"2 SIIdda maximum, 82.
llarometer at 9 a 111 30 OS. Rising.
Itnlnfnll 0 01
Dew Point CiF.
Humldlt at 9 a. m 72 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Slay
21 - Weather cloudy, wind light E
Wednesdn) Ma) 21
Ptr Nllliau Thompson from Ann
holn, at 7 45 .1 m with Tt00 bans of
Str Mlkahaln Gregor). from Koloa
at C 10 a in , with 4405 bags of sugar
Tuesday, Sin) 20.
Stmr W G Hall S 'lliumpson. fur
Stmr. Claadlne, Parker, for Maul
Stmr James Mnkee, Tullett, for Kl
lama Hanalel, Kallhlwal, Koloa and
Stmr Walaleale, Piltz, for Ahuklnl.
Stmr Noeati, Pedcrson. for Kaana
pall Lahalna, Hunokan and Kukulha-
Stmr Kauai, Druhn for Kallua and
Schr Kawaflanl, Sloses for Koolau
Wednesday, SIny 21.
OSS Alameda, Herrlman. for San
Francisco, at 10 n m.
From Kauai norts. ner sir Mlknhnla
S1a 21 D Conwn). J A. Gonsalves,
C Da) Sir Wolff. F O. Knhlmnnn
Miss Eva Gonsalves Sllss SI Gon
salves. Sirs P Burns. W T.rnltL w n
For San Francisco, per O S 8 Ala
meda. Slay 21. 10 a. m Sllss Andor
son, Sllss SI. SI. RlcUer, Samuel Sic
Keaguo and wife, Albert Wntson and
wife, Sllss Slay Powers, Sirs. Powers,
Sir and Sirs. L. E. Thayer. Sllss C.
D. C. Ramson. Sirs. John Ena. George
Ross, wife and children: Sirs SI. Irish
man. Sirs Thos C. Smith. Sirs. Vlda
Thrum. Sllss Mulligan. Sirs A. Alex-
ander Sllss L S Willis. Sirs. Has.
locher. C W Iiialr, R Scott. T. B.
Fanning W. H. Pferson. H. T. Shaw.
True Boardman, T D Bates, Trank
man J Bowen Sirs Dr Hlhler.
brand. Mrs T)r Nohlltt and child Mrs.
C Bon child nnd nurse. Miss Emma
Cummlngs Little Evol)n. Miss Ada
Lucas Sirs Guild Miss Guild. flY.
Adn Fisher, Baby Lillian. Sllss Claire
Washington. Henry Holmes nnd wlfo.
Sirs E J Barrett Mrs Edgnr Ulsh
op Miss Byone. .Miss Edwards, Dr
Nichols' ciilldien, and nurse, Sirs A.
II I.lndsa) and three children. Hnn.
II P Baldwin August Dreler, T. II.
Gnce D n Slurdock. Sirs Rumble.
Miss Price Mrs C R Spllvalo Miss
D Spllvalo. J T Cooke. Mr and Sirs
Ilulmc. Sllss Hulme, G SI. Nawell,
T E Ifiiuson, R O Yardley. H S.
Wheeler and wife, E F Hall. J Stem
roe. F Albright, SI Donohoe and wife
Miss Abramson, Mis J. Waller, Sirs
E H Clnyo nnd four children. A.
Herbert. C Slatten. Geo SltLcod. R
Lowe A Lowe. J. B. Canney, T. R.
Patterson Slnx Warner, SI Rosenberg.
For Slaul ports, per stmr. Clamllm
Slay 20 Mrs A. Barnes, Sirs. D. B.
Murdoch and maid, O SI Atwnter. W.
H Scott A Enos and wife A. rinn
Jr and wife. J H 3. Kaleo. Rov. Q.
Molokawa, Tang Young
For Knual ports, per stmr. W. O.
Hall May 20 Sam Slahelona. E. K.
null, F Ta)lor, II. E Scott, Sirs.
Llllle Kamero. F. M. sllva, Chin
Sang. SI SI O'ShaiiKhnessv. Mr. An.
nle, E W. Doukofsky, Ah Tong.
Sets of Jewelry nre tho rage Tlioy
ii mock Jewels, but nono tho less
beautiful The turquolso pins that
como from 10 cents upward, beauties
retailing at 50 cents aro worn In sets
to fasten tho shirtwaist, nnd to deco
rnto the stork They aro also employ
ed for belt buckles and pins Thera
rro olivines that simulate tho emerald
ond that are cheap, -while amethysts
rro charming this )ear nnd ver) low
In the mock variety
With the white blouse mo modish
aititmpanliiieiit Is the whltn kid belt
liinvll) stitched nnd fastened vlth
bint klil oi peurl buelcle
Little shallow stalltips nr tlnv
llciunre-o tut In the lorm of mliilaluio
vmtl)ki-b dtiorntct sumo of tho now
Irish lace IioIiiom lend u touch of
eltgitntu to simply iiiiuIi, bitumen of
It ulylne or ptau tin cyKiio
Send the weexiy edition of the Dul
'etln to your friends. Only $1 a year,
f!llWUWlBMMMH'4M i'l'rt A
M f rS A
pm ft amampm
Mondij if tint i fii vn
Tutllajr k imio i ll Iw t)t
WtJntfdajr It IjDto f 4? ) to If
Tbuttctijr ii 4 to to 3 f) ejotn.K
Friday a) utt. too o it 146
5aturdajr ... ...... ft JtSao 440 to 10 A M
I I '
Sunday $J 5 S4 a $ 4 o ti to i
Monday to. j jj 1 j 6 to 1 08 tt it
SPECIAL SIX DAYS OPPORTUNITY
TO PURCHASE TRIMMINGS
- AT HALF
$8 00 Trlmmlnn this week for $4 00
$7.00 Trimmings this week for $3.50
$3 00 Trimmings this week for $2.50
$4 00 Trimmings this week for $2.00
$2 00 Trimmings this week for $1.00
$1.00 Trimmings this week for $ .50
$ .50 Trimmings this week for $ .25
We Mncercl) believe that our TRIMMING DEPARTMENT has al
wayn been 1 very satisfactory ono for our customers The patronage
vvhlih it enjojs from Honolulu's best dressmakers warrants us In
congrvtuHtlng ourselves that our efforts to keep It always up to tho
pace set by Dame Fashion, have been entirely successful.
Tint though we work hard to keep our stock Just right, like every
body p!k- we sometimes make mistakes. Our New York man, ever
nlert to keep us supplied with plenty of the best, has this tlmo sent us
too much Consequent!) we arc overstocked. But )ou Know thc old
saying Its an Ill-wind that blows nobody good"
In order to reduce our stock, for SIX DAYS we will offer a large
quantity of TRIMMINGS AT HALF PRICE. This Includes GALLOONS,
ALLOVERS, APPLIQUES, Etc, In CHIFFON, TAFFETA and LACES.
No changes have been made In the prices marked on (ho goods.
Wh.itovr the price )ott pa) only half but this for sl days only,
THI3 13 AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DRESSMAKER3.
IN FACT, AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYBODY.
WHITNEY k MARSH, LTD
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT A8TI. 80NOMV COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARGEST VINEVARD IN THE WORLD.
Tht-M ntnen have taien the gold medals and reeclved the highest
awards it -ill the recent
nnd are now noted the world over for their purity and excellence ot qual
It). Trade Had fimilles supplied by the following Jobbers.
WALTERS-WALDRON CO., LTD.
GONSALVES & CO.
GOMES & McTlGHE.
JOS. HARTMAN & CO.
S. I. SHAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO. .
For Want Column See Page Six
I TO LET Houae Tort St. nr. Vlne)ard
G room etc , servants quarters;
electric HtihU, watei free, rent $20.
Sim Smith Honolulu Hotel.
2 150-1 w
CHEAPEST fiirnNbed room In Hono
lulu only tri month 53 Vin)ard
St, nr Wuu-inu 2R3 tf
LADY leaving the Islands will dispose
of lvert S. Pond Piano In good condl
t Ion, at .1 Hunft'c Address Piano
Bulletin off! 2153 Ira
NEW - TO-DAY!
Still in Jhe Field
E. C. ROWB
has Htartcl tu In ninci aqain now at
550 KINO STREET TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, wU -rt- he Is prepaid! to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all II i linn'li.-, and will be pleased
to seo ill of hii old patrons, as well
as now nn". Hi has no connection
with auy other shop
650 KING IT
P. O. BOX 233.
Wong Hong Poy & Co
Between Smltn and Maunakea,
Closing Out Sals of
and Kitchen Utensils
Choice Imported Toilet
and Dinner Sets
Tho faluouilili woman of tho day
inches a point of l.ei plug up an Inex-li-ustlble
Htipply of whTlo shirts, H'nte
nothing looks nlrt r or is moro In
kelplng with the bolt ro ur open
fronted rent I'tililotieil or really
good matoriil inil real loin, these
clean over and -iwr again, nnd look
well to the Ust ill of their accepted
Don't forget Catiurlnos of tho Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables He always has
on hand u fii't.h auppl) of both Califor
nia and Island trull" Telephone Stain
Telophono the EVENING DULLE
HN, Slain 256 If you havo books to bo
made, printing to be done, etc., etc.,
ind we will call We have men that
now their hulnei 'or tkat purpose.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin SI
I The Bulletin, T5 cents pir moith.
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Concluding Performances of
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Sir.
I Frederick Warde
and bis distinguished organlza
tlon who will present tho foi
Wednesda) MAY 21 Night.
Thin sda) MAY 22 Night
Saturda) MAY 24 Matlneo
Saturda) MAY 24 Night
it .Miii.te ciiic Prtxtuctirrtii, armour
y uistunttfi cU riclallt I) roue lit lor tach
ti iliy MsiMr anle original Mipjioit
int; (.iiiiuii) muuuintt Aicmrs i nana
I) Merman Ilitr Johtntmie Hirr C
Harloti Fran is t) McGinn Jntm V
Hue M lives ViUoiiette Ahton irylnla
Drew Trt-M,utl. Ma Warde Ailvcti Ber
telle, and 13 other m
bCA! h OK PRU FS Trulie lower
rltxir ft v hatnil) Ltale except front
row 5i I ogts I (cum Hat $13 cm
M-aH ou Sale at Wall NkhU Co for
thc re nullum, peri umiiKet
NEW - TO-DAY
Sir. and Mis. L. F. Sternemann tale
this means tu announce to their friends
the birth of a healthy boy.
Honolulu, Slay IS. 1902. 2153-lt
A Sit i ting of British Residents will
be held at the Hawaiian Hotel on Man
ila) nv t ning Ma) 2fitb, at 8 o'clock for
the purpose of making arrangements
fur 1 1 It bratlng the approaching Coro
nation or HIh Rrltannlc Majesty King
IMwurd VII W. II. IIOARn,
H. I) SI. Consul.
2153 SlU) 21, 24.
All persons who are Interested In
making artangements for a sultablo
celebration of Independence Da), July
4th, 190J are respectfully invited to
assemble at the Capitol Building on
Filda) the 23d lust., at 3 p m
HENRY U COOPER.
Honolulu. II. T, Sla) 20, 1902.
In honor of the accession of the
)Oilng King ot Sryrln, whose coiouatlon
takm place on Mn) 12 tho Queen Ie
gent pioposes tlutt a geucinl amrujsty
should bo giantct to all piltonets Un
dergoing sentencti .
ON THURSDAY, MAY 22,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On tho premises, corner King and Ala.
kca streets, 1 will sell at public auo
tlon, by order of tho KA1UOLANI ES
Two wooden buildings facing on
King street, and tho
Dwelling house on Alakea street,
Together with tho corrugated Iron
roofing, fences and
Two Inrgo mango tree.
Terms: Cash U. S. gold coin,
Dulldlngs to be removed In seven
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON FRIDAY, MAY 23,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SL
At tho premises oT thc Iolanl College,
Bates street. Just Ewa of Nuuanu nvu
Due, I will sell at public auction by or
der of BISHOP WILLIS, the cntlru
household furniture, consisting ot
Parlor furniture, chairs, rockers.
Pictures, box couch,
Lai go number wooden and Iron dou
bio aud 3 4 beds,
Bureaus, washstands, center tables
Marble top tables, wardrobes,
Bookcases, book shelves, koa
Cedar chests, chiffoniers,
Slatting, clocks, sowing boxes,
Slcdtclno chests, writing tables,
Sideboards, brie a brae.
Crockery, glassware, provisions,
SIcat safes, Ice box,
Kitchen utensils, lamps, filter,
A large number of pigeons and
Ferns and plants, together wlfli tha
Also all tho athletic apparatus.
School benches, blackboards.
Grand piano, etc.
And a brake, rockaway, country
wagon, harness, etc., etc
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LAUNCH anil SAIL
ON SATURDAY, MAY 24th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the lloat Landing I will sell at
One Gasoline Launc.i 30 feet long,
7 feet benm, 4 horsepower, Bpecd about
ti knots, together with 2 anchors and
cables. Tho boat Is roomy and com
fortable, Is a good sea boat and In In
good condition, A license good for 4
foui months goes with the launch,
I will also sell a cutter rigged open
sail boat. 22 feet long, G 1-2 feet beam,
together with the new mainsail, Jib
spars, i udder, etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON SATURDAY, MAY 24lh
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SL
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
New Dry Goods, consisting "of
Cottonndes, Drill, Elastic Lining,
Cambric, Elastic Duck,
Dress Goods, Cropo, Black Satin,
Silk Goods, Rongallne,Alpcav
Chambra) s, Navy and tiluo Prints,
Flannels, Tailor Ooods,
India Linens, Victoria Lawns,
UndeiveBts, Hanutierehlejfs, j
UndeishlrtB, Iledspieads, - v j
Slilped Lining, ' f
Ik ds, Dm caus, Washstands,
Nets, Harness, Rope, Picks,
ShoveliT.'&nd a large quantity ot oth-