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6.VKNIN0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU. U. T.. FI11DAY. MAY 23, 1902.
All Ghainless Wheels,
Como Into our bicycle department and see these wheels We take
special pride In showing them ami hne tliem set up on exhibition
especially to show theui
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:,
NEW BUILDING, COKNI1R FORT AND KING STREETS.
MISSION CHILDREN OF
Kilt vrais of active fiin Is the that have rested upon this favored
record' that the Mission I'hildien So-.bind th.it To whomsoever much Is
clet) lias Just lompleted and In ele- given of him shall much he required. '
liratlon of this Impoitant event, mem- The second deiade history was pro
bers of the soi let together with senlctl b Ilev. Sercno Ulshop. The
Irlends and s) inp.it hlzers gathered In I speaker referred first of nil to the care
Central I'nloti (htmli last evening tollul and enthusiastic work of the cor-
hear the hlstor of the 'Cousins ' fiom .
thc b ginning to the present time. Ill"' lion rrom 1M;3 to 1872 This was par
hitters was divided Into the decades, tictilarly applicable to Miss M. A,
each decide being tie.tted b a different Clianiberluln who filled that ofllce dur
person, picked fiom the r.inks of the lug all except the first e.ir of those
very oldest members of the soilety. named The speaker said that the
The iliurih was vet attentively j
decorated for the onasion, blue and came very prominent In those ears.
white banners with lnscilptfotis denot- In ISO)-.", the society gave $100 toward
Ing the places where the eail mission-1 titling up rooms for Mrs. D Gullck's
arles established themselves being to-tailed (tagged School vvhltli he
largelj used Among the banners was came the foundation of Kawiilahao
one of while satin whlih ouupled .l' Seminar Other girls' sihools grew
tonsplcuous plaie at the Jubllicof 1S70.' and prmpereil While Miss Ogden's, at
marking the fiftieth annlvcrs.ii) of the.Maklkl, was disbanded In '09, and that
establishing of missions in Hawaii.
The pulpit platfoim was decorated with
large Hags anil polled palms Seated
upon It were Cltatles II HI" ke Hev.
Sereno Illshop Uev O. II. Guile k l'rof.
W I). Alexander, Mis. I.vdla t'oan.
Miss Martha Chambeilalu and Ilev W.
After the singing of ' wake. My
Soul." came a praer b Hev W M.
Klntald. A violin solo was given bj
Miss loin Ilaiber and during the ex
ercises Mrs. A. II. Otis and Mrs (5 M.
Whittle sang a duet with organ ac
companlniL..i b) l'rof. Ingalls A vio
lin quartet composed of Miss Barber,
Mrs Woods. Mrs Donald and Dr.
A. M. Smith also furnished music
Following the reading of the hislory
of the decade. Ilev. W 1). Wesleivelt
gave a llnitiulal tcsunie for the fifty
.vears showing that $73 000 had been
(olleited by the society an average of
about $l"i0 per eat. The hlstor of
the first deiade tls.12-l!j02l was pie.
eented b Hev O II. Gullck.
The speaker referred first to the re.'
turn from the Mainland of Hev I.titU
er Halsey Gullik, a child of the mis
slon to the Hawaiian Islands on his
way to the Mlironeslnn Islands wheie
as et no missionary work had oecn
attempted This was in ISM He anil
Ills wife were the ones whose enthu
siasm In the inlsslonar) woik led to the
foimatlon of the soclet The first
meeting was held In Ma On June 5,
a constitution nnd by-laws weie adopt
ed nnd olllcers elected as follows Asa
G. Thurston, president; Miss Caroline
Armstrong, now Mis. V. O. lleckwlth
of Maul vice president: O. II Guilt k,
recording secretar) . Mrs 1'eisls 0.
Tavlor, lorrespondlng secretaiy. II.
M. Whitney, treasurer.
The sorlet among other things
pledged Itself to the fuppoit of Hev
Luther Halsey Gullck and his wife In
Mlcionesla. John T Gullck. who went
to Micronesia with the nist mission
niles. was appointed a delegate anil re
quested to make a repoit to the society.
Here the speak" r rcfened to the build
ing of the missionary vessels for Ml
cionesla Special tefeience was made
to the building of one of the 'Mtun
Ing Stats" In I8r!i b.v ten lent contri
bution!! from the chllilien of the Sun
day schools of Ameilta The vessel
nrilved heie in 18.17
After nlno ears of faithful servlm
In Mlcionesla. l)r I. II Gullck was
obliged to return to Hawaii on account
of 111 health and bis sii(ieiling nine
yeais were spent In mlssloiiaiy woik In
1 he names of the members of the so
ciety recorded at the close of the llrst
car were 153 In number Of these, 55
have tiled, leaving 08 still living at
the close of fifty years. The successive
presidents for the first twelve eatn
were: Asa G. Thuiston, elected 185.!,
0. II. Gullck. 1853, Asa G. Thurston,
1854; Warren Goodale. 1855, Wm H.
Gullck. 1830; Samuel C Atnistrong,
1837, Wm I). Alexander. 1S5S. A Fran
els Jiidd, 1859, Levi Chamhet lain 1SC0;
W, I) Alexander, 1801, A 0. Foibes,
ISO.!: S. T Alexandei 1S(,1
In 1632 there were S2 20I native Ha
waiian and but 1902 people of other
nationalities on all the group Outside
of the mlsHlomir ihclo theie wero
probably not over twenty while fami
lies. The speaker closed with the follow
ing words "This kiniit bus been i
quiet but powerful lullueiiie fot peaie,
good order and good will among tl.o
peoples of this gioup. ami among tho
tribes of Mlcionesla and the Mi)iqiic
has Islands. The spread of the gospi I
of life nnd peaie has In en its mission
"It only rcmnlns for me to remind
the members of this society, und all
whom we greet hero today, of what
ever race or church, who have with in
thai d In the Christian benedictions
pspondlng secretaries during the pc-
work of educating Hawaiian girls be
of Ilev O 11. Gullck was closed when
he left Walalua In 1870. the latter was
souu reopened by .Miss Mar 12. Green
The seminary at Makavvao, previously
established b) C 11 Andrews In '61.
md carried on b the Greens from 'Cd
to 09. when It was: destroed by fire,
was icopened by Mr. nnd Mrs C. 11, An
derson and Miss Helen Carpenter In
1870. since when It has had a most sue
The receipts of the treasury show a
general Increase during the ten ears,
ns follows. $GG9.S3; $400.48; $133.44;
$371.32; $337.17. $779..',9. $1018.75. $803.
93, $859.90, $SS9.81. about doubling In
The disbursements were as follows:
$310.42, $328 07, $818.30. $004.04. $302.
31. $780.07. $922.41, $1002 77. $721.73
The list of presidents of the soclet
during these ten years Is as follows
S. T Alexander, H. W. Andrews. II
It Parker, Thos. O. Thurston. J. 1.
Cooke, H A. I'. Carter. i: P Church,
S II. Dole S i: Illshop II. Dlngham.
The vice presidents during the same
period were II A P. Carter. J. 1'.
Cooke A K Judd. A O Forbes. II. A.
I Carter. P C Jones nnd A F Judd
ltecordlng secretaries were William
Andrews. S. M Damon, C A. Castle,
J T. Waterhouse Jr. H. W Andrews,
i: II Dlmond, I) K Dillingham, H W.
Andiews. C M Cooke, and Ilobert
The trensincis were W W Hall for
live eais Levi Chamberlain three
eais. anil P C Jones for two vents.
Miss Martha Chambeilaln gave a
ver Inteiestlng hlMor of the third
decade. The speaker went bail; a lit.
tic ln.to the previous decade In order to
get the propei foundation Tor her story.
She refeircd to tho banner piesent In
the loom which was used In the jubilee
of 1870 and gave Its history. Next
followed each ur of the decade with
the principal events In each, given In
In 1874 the Microneslan Mission was
reinforced by the Hev and Mis. II. W
l.ogan Ilev and Mrs I'lunk Kami and
Ilev and Mis Hoiiico I Talor Ilev,
0 11. Hull, k k tinned fiom Japan on n
visit and nsnlsli-d his aged patents,
Ilev Peter J and Mis Pantile Gullck
to settle ii their nffalis and go back
with him to Japan to end theli dnys.
In 1870, Geo II. Dole was president of
the society This wns the yeal of the
lentennlnl celebration of the Indepen
dence In the I'nlted Stales ami the
Worlds Pair In Philadelphia.
In 1877 the four boarding schools for
Hawaiian girls weie most flourishing
Hev and .Mrs C. M. Hyde arrived from
Huston The special work of Mr. Hde
was the development of the North Pa
clflc .Mlsslonar Institute fot tho train
lug of native pastors.
In 1879. C M. Cooke, the i wording
secretary, reported as follows on the
sot lety make-up:
"A recapitulation of members of the
Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
occoidlng to the annual rrport of 1878.
Ministers, 29, teachers, 40, doctors, 11;
lawyeis 5; principals, 7: Judges, 4;
phmtiitlun managers, 10: planters, 14,
plantation emploes, 9, meithants, 29;
clerks 11, bookkeepers, 0, bank cash
iers 1, engineers, 9, blacksmiths, 1;
nianiifa" tuters 3, coopeis. 2, grocers,
S, st idv of ait 4, dentists 2. ship
ping agents .', iiiptalns. 1, majors, 2;
lieutenants 1, eollei Ioib of customs, 1,
ex-mlnlstei lestdint, 1, vice consul, 1,
Intel pi iti is, 1, edltoi and pi Inters, 1;
tnntioiiB 129 studying at home, 97;
stuiling In the I'nlted States of Am
eika 87, Infonts 03, Indlspensables,
4, occupation doubtful 40, making In
all, 014 Truly we uie u miscellaneous
The history of the other two decades
wcro presented by Mrs. L)dln Coan and
Piof, W, I). Alexander.
NEW - TO-DAY
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE-1
CLOSURE AND OF SALE.
Ill accordance with the provisions of
a tertnln mortgage, mnde by Mary A.
Akl and Samuel K. AM her husband,
liotli of Honolulu, Island of Onhu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, to S C Allen, doing
business In Honolulu afotesntd under
the firm name of Allen & Ttoblnson,
dated the lfith da of May. A I). 1890,
and recorded In the Heglstr) of Deeds
at Honolulu aforesaid In l.lbcr 100,
pitges .180, 381 nnd 382, and nsslgncd
to the Portuguese Mutual liencflt So
ciety of Hawaii, n corporation duly cre
ated and existing tinder the laws ol
the Territory of Hawaii, by assignment
dated the 1st day of December, A. D.
I too. mill recorded In said lleglstry ol
Deeds In I.lber 21 f. pages 390 and .197,
notice is hereby given that the As
signee of said Mortgage Intends to
toreclose the snld mortgage for condl
tlons broken, to wlr Non-payment of
principal nnd Interest.
Notice Is likewise given that nftcr
the expiration of three weeks from the
.late of this notice, the property eon
vcod 1) sold Mortgage will be sold at
Public Auction, at the unction rooms
)f James P Morgan. In Honolulu
ifoiesald, on Saturday, the 14th day of
lime A I) 1902. 12 o'clock noon of said
Kor further particular apply to .T M.
Vlvns. Attorney for the Assignee for
he Moitgagee. Honolulu.
The Portuguese MutiiaT Hi ncflt So
lety of Hawaii, Assignee for tho
The premises covered by said mort
gage consist of:
All those premises situate on the Kn
-iiehnmelin IV road occupied by the
ali7 Mary A Akl rind Samuel K. Akl
ind more particularly described as
Ileglnnlng at a point on the West
dde of Knmehameha IV road 450 feet
N'orth from tho Junction of King street
ind Knmehameha IV load (Norfh side)
tnd theneo running:
31 30' i:. 120 ft. along said Kame-
hnmeha IV road; lhencq
V 50" 311' W 20(1 riet along nciommo
dntion road, thence
3 30 05' S. 131 feet; thence
3 32' 20' i:. 202 rc-et to Knmehameha
IV load the place of beginning, con
nlnlng 50.1(10 tKlfty-stx-Hundredtlis)
r an acre more or less
2133 May 23. MO; June 0. 13, 14.
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE TERRITORY
in the Matter of)
hlllp FrledmanJNo. 17, In Bankruptcy.
A Bankrupt. )
3ankrupt's Petition for Discharge,
To the Honorable Morris M. Estcc,
Judge of tho District Court of tho
United HtatoB for the Tc-irltoty of
Philip Prledmnn, of Honolulu, Island
jf Oahti, nnd Territory of Hawaii, re
spectfully represents that on the 23d
lay of April, last past, ho was duly
tdjiidged bankrupt tinder tho Acts of
Congress relating to Ilnnkrtiptey; that
ie hus duly surrendered nil his prop
rty and rights of pioperty, nnd has
cully complied with all the require
nentH of said Acts and of the Orders
nf the Com t touching his bankruptcy
W1II3KI3POIII3 ho prays that he may
no detiec-d b) this Court to have n full
llschargo from nil Mcbts provable
igalnst his estate under said Daukriipt
Vets, except such debts ns ate exempt
ed by lawfrom bucIi discharge.
Dated this 23d day of May, A. V
11102. PHILIP rillEDMAN.
II W. HOIHNSON,
ttoriu-y for llankrupt.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII,
The United States of AmerCcs,
Territory of Hawaii, es:
On this 23d day of May, A. 1) 1002.
on leading the foregoing petition It Is
indued bv tho Court that n hearing
be had upon tho same on the 3d tiny
of lime. A I) 1902, before said Court,
at Honolulu, In said Territory, at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon, and Hint no
tlce thereof bo published on May 23d,
1SU2. In tut- Evening Ilulletln. a news
paper printed In said Teirltory. and
that all known creditors and other per
sons Intetested may appear at the said
time and pluce and show cause, If nny
they have, why the pracr of the said
petltlonei should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by tho
Couit that the Clerk bhall send bv
mall to all known iredltms copies of
said petition and this order, addiessed
to them ut their places of residence ns
WITNESS the Hon Monls M
Kstee, Judge of said Court.
SI3AI.I and tho Seal thereof, at !u
nolulu, lit said Tenltory on
tlie 21d da) of May, A. D
(Ht2 W. II SIAMNil
ATTEST. A true cony of Petition
and Ordei theieon W II. MAI.INO,
Street tomer storv tellers still enm
a good livelihood In Japan In 'Initio
alone 000 of them ply their trade pro
vided with a small table, a fun, und a
lianer rainier to Illustrate ami emnhn.
sizo tho points of their talcs.
Weather lluieau. Punohou May 23.--
Temperuttire Morning minimum.
71, Midday maximum 81
Uarometer at 9 a m 30 10 Irregular.
Jtulnfnll 0 01.
Dew Point OIK.
Ilumldlt at 9 a m 05 per cent
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Gregory, from Ha
Am, bk. Carrollton, uoruou, aa uas
Am. bkt. W. II Dlmond, Hansen, 20
da s from San Francis to.
Krlday, May 23.
Stmt Walaleole. l'iltz, from Kauai
Stmr. Mouha.Loa, Stmcrson, from
Kau, nona and Maul ports.
Stmr. W. G. Flail, 'I hompson. from
Thursday, May 22.
Stmr. Mlknhala, Gregory, for Elo
i'lc, Mokawell, Walmea and Keknha.
Stmr. Nllhati, Thumpon, for Annho
la. Am. schr. Ariel. Anderson, for Port
Prom Knunl ports, per stmr. W O.
Hall. May 23 W S. Wodsworth.
Krom Hawaii and Maul ports, per
stmr. Mnuna l.oa. May 23 W 13
Devereux. W A Wall. C S Kruss,
Mrs. D. Kanpa. Mrs. N. A. Peson,
Mis J. A. Ashberry, P. Wright, Chas
Hall Judge fillings. Miss 13. Washburn,
S. M. I'anakanul- wife nnd child. K.
Thompson Mrs Meleknle K. Ono. Mr
Oknbe. Pather Stephen Mrs Nauknua.
Mrs MeGerrow. Hew. A. II. Wev
mouth. Alex Dow-sett. A I. It. Jack
son and 43 on deck
The officers of the Wilder steamers
which were in Illlo bay on Stinda)
morning bad, according to thelivown
statements, quite a surpilse when they,
ou the nioi nlng of that day, saw a
genuine Japanese sampan scooting
Ihiough the sunlit vvnteis of the bay
without sails, oars or an other vis
ible means of locomotion,
"I wonder what It Is," ssid one, tub
blng his ces (o tee belter.
"Thetu must bo a freshet In the riv
er nnd she Is drifting with the stream,'
In tho meantime, the sampan, which
was gaily bedecked with flags and
streamers, tamo nenrer. A number ol
Japanese men and women dressed In
their best finer eoiild bo seen In the
boat and then at last It was notlei-il
that the boat was fitted with a goso
The scheme seemed to work exre-i-d-Ingly
well. The boat showed as good
speed as any of the steam launches
In Hlto nnd the untural shape or the
sampan gives plenty of room for a pro
peller without Interfering with the mil
der. It was not known to the officers
who saw the boat what she Is to bo
used for, but they are inclined to bo
llevo that she Is to be used for the pus-
singer trade In the bay.
The steamer Matin I.oa arrived In
port this morning at 5.10 o'clock fiom
Kau, Kona and Maul pom with the
following cargo COM bags sucai. Hi;
bags corfee. 10 bags taro, "U htinchej
liuna"nas, 33 kegs butter, I balejt tobac
co, 21 cases fiult, 8 barrels j ol. 211
pigs, r,i bundles hides. 51 head tnltle
and 53 packages sundries. Of the sir
gar taken 2S93 bags were fiom the Ko
nu Sugar Co.
Piirset Slmerson report? ns fjllows
Weather cloudy, seas rough nni' stiong
northeasterly winds nlonr; tho lljmn
kua toast. No rain. Steamer Noe.iu
at llouokaa din barging. Komjli nan
anil stioiig northeasterly ,vlnd ulong
Kau toasl. Little lain. Htiong north
easterly wind and lump) tea act ox the
thiuineU coming home.
'I he following sugar Is left teady for
shipment. 1. S. M., 1000, II. S. Co.,
2000; II cleaned out, II. A. Co.. .Oil.
and Kallua Sugar Co., (1cMi?d out.
The stunner Iwaluni .urlvej from
K.iu.il pin is nl 0:45 a. m with IMio b.igs
sugui and 01 packages sundries.
iContlnui-d from pago 1 )
missing, hut inquliy developed that It
could not be this man, ns he h, snld
to have been seen on Wednesday nfter
noon while the body had evllently
been in the vvuter for a much longer
Tho police ate at piesent looking foi
n due to the man's Identity. Caput in
I'lliit has been sent out to go from rhlp
to ship to find If there ure nny men
missing. It is probable that tho man's
Identity will be dlstoveied bnfoie the
inquest this afternoon.
Of t nurse, there Is a possibility ol
foul play The evidence of the autop
sy physician this afternoon will settle
this one way or the other
THE WARDE SEASON
Tho concluding performances of tho
Tredi'ilck Warde season nre at hand,
Tonioriow the matinee bill will bv
'Julius Caesar" and lu the evening
"VhglnliiH ' will lie te-peated. On Moil
day owning the gieat special bill will
Mr J'ledeilck Woide has arranged
l novel nnd oilglunl entertainment.
The perfoi mane e will commence by a
btlef nddiess on Shakespeare by Wal
tcr (1. Smith, after which the curtain
will rise on a tableau In which many of
the nioiei familiar characters in the
plajs will bo giouped lopresented by
Mr Wurdo and his company, who will
In turn glvo brief selections from their
several roles; this will be followed by
SPECIAL SIX DAYS OPPORTUNITY
TO PURCHASE TRIMMINGS
AT HALF -
$ .50 Trimmings
We sincerely believe that our TRIMMING DEPARTMENT has al
ways been a very satisfactory one for our customers. The patronage
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 Dams Fashion, have been entirely successful.
Hut though we work hard to keep our stock Just right, llko every
body clsi) we Biimetlmei make mistakes. Our New York man, ever
nlert to kepp us supplied with plenty of the best, has this tlmo Bent us
too much Consequently we are overstocked. Hut you know the old
snlng "Its nu Ill-wind that blows nobody good."
In order to reduce our stock, for SIX DAYS we will offer a largo
quantity of TRIMMINGS AT HALF PRICE. This Includes GALLOONS,
ALLOVERS, APPLIQUES, I3tc., In CHIFFON, TAFFETA and LACES.
No changes have been made In the prices marked on (ho goods.
Whatever the pr'.i. you pay only half but this for six days only.
THIS IS AH OPPORTUNITY FOR DRES8MAKERS.
IN FACT, AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYBODY.
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT ASTI. 60NOAU COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARGEST VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
These wines have taken the gold medals and received tho highest
awards at nil the recent
tnd are now noted the world over for their purity nnd excellence of final
ity. Trade and families supplied by the following Jobbers:
WALTERS-WALDRON CO, LTD.
GOrjSALVES & CO.
GOMES & McTIGHE,
JOS. MAKTMAIM &.
S. I. SHAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
For Want Column Ste Page Six
WANTED Neat fiew.ns Blrls and an
apprentice nt Mme Liinlmrt Krench
Dressmaker, Dost?u b!d,r roiu 300.
FOR RENT Completely furnished cot
tage, 5 rooms bath targe yard. $30.
A bargalu 3', S boot I3wa of Nun
LOST Hi-lilt shaped gold pin in Ad
nms lane H'-turc t this oflce and
leeelvo rcwaid 2133-tf
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The uniierHlgiwd having been duly
appointed Adinlumtr.U ir ot the Estate
ot Plla Manuihl late of Piiuloa Island
of Oiiliu, duLoihi-tl, n ,'tev) Is hereby
given to nil pc-rsins t) present their
claims iiguitiht ti!.l estate, duly an
thentit.iteil whethnr sm, ured b) mort
gage or olhnrv" lit' to the undersigned
nt the office of M.'iirs Robertson te
Wilder, moms l and 2oG. Stang-n-wald
building H nil ibi within six
months liom th" dife hereof, ot tl.ey
will be t'orov r b m -d
Administrator m tin Entate of Pila
Miinuiihi Dm -i. -d
Dated llunoli In ft' 2! 1912
21.1."- Mil) 2.' 1'i 'in e, 13 2o
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM SODA,
KOMIII., ROOT UEEft, Utc ,
Is sweetened h- lie ie if pi -e
vane stigir We u-y r Jii-ap
substitute. ONE RIAKOrs
WHY OUR UfiVEPAGES
ARE Tllll IJE8T AND THU
rVnmpt deliverv invilt? ,nj
everywhere In the i'v jnd Wj'
MM. Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71
Wet- 031 Fort Street.
the llnlcony Scene liom "Hoineo and
Juliet." the epiiiin-1 hi .-m- trom 'Julius
Cntsui the Mill sun fiom "The Mer
(haul of Venlte, dialogues between
Poitla und Nerlasn (he two Slave dig
gurs ol "lliimltt and tlie soliloquy of
tho Dulte of Olustor Some selected
voltes will lender the vocal music, and
the lustimuental selections will ho
fiom the recognized Shakespearean
ovei tinea nnd music Mr Warile will
coutludo this unique perlormiuco with
a few farewell wordt and the Warde
'season of classic and Shultespeaiean
, pla.vs will end lu n blaze of glory.
thts week for $4.00
this week for $3.50
thts 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 Eratn
ent Actor Mr.
and his distinguished organlza
tlon. who will present the fol
Wednesday MAY 21 Night.
Thursday MAY 22 Night
Saturday MAY 24 Matinee
Saturday MAY 24 Night
C.Hii.lt ve,iit rn1uctlnm, armour,
riMiiiuri cm Msl illv hmiiKlil lor iiih
pit) IN., Mr Warde nilghiil nuNiKirt
Inn .ihiiimii) iiuluJhu Mnm Cliarlcs
II Herman Ham Jolmttoiie llirr f
llartnu 1 riliill 1) Ur.lmi J,,),,, ;
lisnn Mlwi Ami'inclte Allium Mrxlnla
llrew Trc-Mi.ll ta WjiiIc, Allnu ller
tcllr. and is niheri
sevtr OK I'RICIS I ullie loer
ntvir ji !i I ainllj Circle euipt ln.nl
row $ . I iyw Jiow Pnxet fiv (x
Seiu m sVe at Mall Nuh.il C.i l..r
tlie rem niiiin, j-rf trmaiitet
Elncst bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has till tho tonic properties and
the delightful flavor of the best
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & JIIcTighe
93 and 95 King St.
Phone Main 140.
The repoitcd discovery of beds of nl
tiato of soda near Lovelock. Humboldt
touiit)- Nov., ma) piovc of consldeiable
Importance. Chile nt piesent furnishes
the vvoi Ids supply, und the use of tin
mlnetal for ngikultural purposes Is In
creasing;, due to the result thut have
been gleaned In that all-Important mat
ter of "mixing brains with the soil. '
65 Queen St.
LAUNCH and SAIL
ON SATURDAY, MAY 24th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Iloat Landing I will sell at
Ono Gasoline Launch 30 feet long,
7 feet beam, 4-horsopower, speed about
0 knots, together with 2 anchors and
cables. The boat is roomy and com
fortable, Is a good sea bout and It, In
goo'd condition. A license good for
four months goes with the launch.
I will also sell a cutter rigged open
sail boat, 22 feet long, C 1-2 feet beam.
together with the new mainsail, Jib
spars, rudder, etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OK SATURDAY, MAY 24th
AT 10 O'CLdCK A. M.
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
Now Dry Goods, consisting of
Cottonndes, Drill, Clastic Lining,
Cambric, Elastic Duck,
Dress Goods. Crepe. Ulack Satin,
Silk Goods, Dcngallnc, Alpaca,
Chambrays, Nnvy and Ulue Prints,
Flannels, Tailor Goods,
India Linens, Victoria Lawns,
Ileds, Durcaits, Washstands,
Nets, Harness, Hope, Picks,
Shovels, nnd a large quantity of oth
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
rTftST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Ilerctnnla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustacu Esq.; 130
feet on Bcrotnnla utrect, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-half cnsTi, bal
anco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SEOOND Premises" 259 Klnati S(
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
I'roperty nan a frontage on Klnau Sc
cf IIS feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises throo Iledrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen, Dnth,
laigo Carriage House. Price $4500. '
Terms, one-half cash; balanco ou
n ortgngo at 7 1-2 per cent not. Tho lot
hns a right of way entranco to Dere-v
TIIIHD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
1UU feet, depth 121 feet.
Itooniy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$1000. One-half cash, balause on
P'ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Ileretanta St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queesi St