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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., SATURDAY, MAT 24, 1902.
All Ghainless Wheels.
Come Into our bicycle ilep.irtmi'nt and see these wheels We take
special pride In showing theiu ami have them set up on exhibition
cspeclnlly to show them
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;,
NEW BUILDING, CORNUR FORT AND KING STREETS.
ON INDEPENDENCE DAY
There were not as many at the meet -
mg in tne 1'apitoi building jestenlay
afternoon as had been cvpeiiei' ind
jet those who weie present vvei" rep.
resentatlves of the mint suoM.mtl.i!
element In the ilty and the consequent
was that notwithstanding the intend
ance. the Kourtli of July celebration
movement was given a shoe forward
that will be sure to end well.
Governor Cooper tailed th meeting
to order In the hall of the House ol
Representatives at about 3 30 o'clock
31c stated that he was very Foir Hi
attendance was not as gre.v as had
been expected out, however, he saw
earnestness stamped on the faces of all
those present and that augured well
Mr. Cooper called for nominations for
chairman and he himself was nominat
ed by J. U. Atherton who put the mo
tion. The result was a unanlmoiu
choice of Mr Cooper ns permanent
chairman J. A. Gllman was elected
Among thoc present at the meeting
were the following Governor Cooper,
'udge Humphreys. J II. Atherton. C.
Coolce, Treasuiei W. H Wright. .1.
ait, Wrav Taylor. J II l'lsher, .1.
rown. K 1L Stackuble. I. T.
e. A. a. M. Robertson. .1. w.
II. I'ratt. n C Winston. A. O
Sam Johnson, M. M. I'hll
Chase, V. W. Harris Hon,
Veer, C. T. Wilder. Col. J.
lips, c. ro.
W. .1. Coelho. I,. I,. Me
Rlggs, Mnrston Camp
Irews, Andrew- Hiovvn,
randles8, J. V
bell, I.orrin .a
Dr. C. L. Garvin, Will
George II. Pari.
K. Klsher, K, S. Be
Towse (1. V. n K
yd, Robert Hoyd. Kd
ng and Sam Leder-
Mr Cooper jiked fi
r expressions as
Co what should be doni
Jo the celebration of t.
he Fourth ol
. speaking on
JulV tnil Ahnm Lewis Jr.
belmff of W. 0. Smith, .
vld that the
esent at the
latter had Intended being pt
meeting but hud found It Ira,
to say tn
the last moment He wished
the meeting that Mr SmltU
man of the committee In cliaijS
Kourtli of July celebiatlon for 1 V
$350 which he was perfectly wlllX
hand over to the committee that shw
be appointed for this year.
Mr. Cooke next arose and told of $).".
which had been left over from the in
augural ball and which was still In the
hands of the committee. In his opin
ion, this could be turned over to the
Fourth of July committee for this ear.
Mr. Atherton as a member of the old
committee read the names of the mem
bers. Mr. Cooke then read the report
on the receipts and expendltuies and
stated that while the committee would
undoubtedly be perfectly willing to
turn over the money, still It was his
desire that the matter be gone about
legally. Those members of the old
committee In the room were then ask
ed what they had to say and thej all
expressed their willingness to turn
over the money. Mr. Atheiton piom
Iscd that he would see the abcnt mem
bers of the committee and endeavoi tn
get a unanimous consent to the pio
posal. The matter was then left and
will be taken up by the committee
which meets this afternoon at 2
Next came the mattei of the choice
of a committee to take charge of the.
work of tho celebration Col Jones
moved that a committee of Iltteen be
appointed by the chair. Judge Hum
phreys moved to amend to the effect
that the chairman ho empoweied to
add to the original number should o
taslon warrant. Col. Jones accepted
this amendment and then changed his
own motion further to Include the
chairman of the meeting as the chali
man of the executive committee. The
motion carried unanimously.
Mr, Cooper stated that as the choke
of the committee was a very lesponsl
Wo piece of work he would like to have
time to consider. On motion of Mr.
Ilobertson, tho chairman was empower
ed to make tho selection of Ibe com
mlttec, announco the same In the morn-
Jug paper and call a meetlnt of the
tody for 2 o'clock todaj.
Judge Humphreys laid that ho had
a suggestion to make jvhkh had been
mentioned to him by a friend. Ho
proposed that, In addition to 'ho rcgu
lar entertainment on tho pail of Hi"
people, a state reception b tlm exem
tivu In the afternoon or evening fn's
nouUl glvu the Govenioi n cluiu tc
meet his fellow citizens and of In liming
tliem togethei. After miknii: ''iei io
mark on the fitness ol the propodllon
which ho had advanced Judge Hum
phrey llnUhed by stating that the
Fourth of July was a day on which
both tho Clicult Judt-'9 and tn" L'o"i
live could read tho Itoquiat'ou of In
dependence without otteiib-) to cither.
Judge Humphreys was ap'auue I nt the
completion of what he li.il to cay.
Governor Cooper, in icply to thu
1 -.uggcMlon made b) JudM Humphry j,
sl.itecl tiu lie was most nemllj In f."v
voi of such a plan. It was eminently
proper that the Executive should take
a step forwurd. "We do not get to
gether often enough and have the ad
vantage of meeting on the same plane."
f.Hd Mr. Cooper He then referred to
the emptiness of the tieasur) hut stat
ed that he believed some arrangement
ionic! be made. The Legislature had
made an appropriation of $3000 for
state entertainments and a very little
of that amount had been spent.
'I he meeting then adjourned and
Governor Cooper called around him
some of those who had been In attend
ance In oicler to get the benefit of their
advice In the choice of committees.
Later on, he announced the following
committees, each member of which la
expected to he at the Capitol building
ai 2 o'clock this afternoon for the pur
pose of planning out the work
Executive committee Henry II
Cuopei chairman, C M Cooke, J. IJ.
Atheiton. i:. Faxon Bishop, W. F. Al
len. Cecil Drown, J. A Kenned), J A.
Gllman Samuel Parker, David Kavvn
nniiiikoj, J W. Jones. A. IJ. Murphy
.las Uo)d and W. It. rniiington.
rinanco committee C. M. Cooke,
chairman, W. O Smith, J II Fisher,
and J. A. Gllman.
Dccoiatlons committee A. 13. Mur
ph. chairman, W. W. Uimond and
Llteiar) committee W It. Fairing
ton, chairman; W. H. Hoogs. Allan
Dunn and Wray Taylor.
Sports committee Dav I.I Kawannna
Koa. chairman, J J Church. I.orrin
Andrews, W. V. Harris, J. L. Tirbcrl
and W. II. Ilabbitt.
I'iiewnrks and Illuminations ciumit-
tee J A. Kennedy, chairman, A.
Gartle), W. Frazee.
Parades and salutes committee I
W Jones, chairman, C. J. McCarth.v
Jus II. Ikd and J. 11. Fisher.
Hall and reception comm'tlee Sam
uel Parker, chnlrman; F. C, Smith, W.
P. l!o)d, Marston Campb'll, M R
Groisman and G. H. Paris.
Progress of the Cable
projects in the Pacific
Vlctoi '"' n c" Ma' 1. -Messrs. Lu
cas nud ,uJ'ui o' iii i-acinc uauie
lioanl anl. ul "-re ,oUa' "y thc steam
er Miowora from Smn- lere ""-'' 1"
tin cable stl !lmcr Anglla, which bad
lust c nn-pletfd la)'HK thu Candlan Aus
tralian cable to tnt' FJis. They am on
route to Loudon, n"eio they will Join
the teamer Colon. " now loading ca
ble. The Colonla wv.1' Portly sail for
this pent and will tlK begin laylns
cable fiom the llHmflelir Crock Station,
west toast of VanconvcV slaml, to
Mcssis. Lucas and Taylor leport
that the New Zealand (loverunfcnt Is
ngieeable to haxlng the conniption
made t om Funning Island with tho
I'lilted States Pacific cablo at Hono
lulu, Sir Joseph Waul having ex
(jessed his approval of v proposal,
but It Is still doubtful If the Australian
Commonwealth and Canada, tho other
partners In the Canadian-Australian
cable will give their consent-
When the Mlowera was at Honolulu,
Engineer Dickinson, engineer of tha
Commercial Pacific Cable Company,
wbb them examining sites for a cablo
landing. Tho United StateB company
will make San Francisco their Pnclfir
DEADLOCK ON DANISH TREATY
Copenhagen, May 13. The Indica
tions aie that the conference commit.
tee of tho DanlBh Parliament, which
Is considering the Danish WoBt Indies
treaty, Is now hopelessly deadlocked,
the opposition refusing the utmost
concession which it Is possible for tho
Mlnlstiy to offei Tho disagreement
continued throughout the meeting ol
tin- committee today nnd tho matter
will neccsHarll) go over until Septem
ber This will necessitate an oxten
slon of the ratification time limit,
which expires July 24th Much Inillg
nation has been aroused by tho oh.
btiiutlve method), of the LnndBthlng
On Sunday, when a man Ib supposed
tu rest, he is kept busy moving out of
places where his wife wants to sweep.
I AttliUon Globe.
MI SAITO PREVENTS
Agitators Had Persuaded Laborers To
Leave To Coast States -
Quick Work Stops
A wholesale emigration of Japanese
iaboiers from this Territory to tho
States on the Coast, principally Cali
fornia, has been threatening recently.
Now, however, thanks to tno prompt
and energetic work on the part of the
local Japanese Consulate, this danger
scorns to have been averted, at all
events for tho present time.
During the last few weks the Im
perial Japanese Consul, Mlkl Salto, has
been aware of the fact that Japanese
labor agitators from the mainland were
at work nmong the Japanese here try
ing to Induce them to emigrate to the
They did not only nppioach the Jap
anese population In this city, hut also
Journeyed around to the different plan
tations on this and on the other Isl
ands. II) the means of promising the
men work on tho railroads and In tha
fruit districts In the Western States,
and by statriig that they would ba
paid $1 a day and upwards for this
work, these men succeeded In Inducing
a number of laborers to leave the plan
tations on which they were working
and to conic lo this city preparatory
to embarking to the "promised land.
In the mennwhlle. Information of
what was going on had reached the
Japanese Consulate and although the
Identities of the agitators were not
known, the Consulate was able to
know pretty deflriTtely the extent of
Seeing the danger which such a
wholesale emigration of plantation la
borers would mean to this country,
Consul Salto Immediately took steps
tn do ull In his power to prevent It.
Two bumficd Japanese1 had already
arrived In the city en loute to Califor
nia and uDii more were expected to ar
rive shortly. Securing the aid of tho
local Japanese newspapers, the Consul
finally managed to persuade the an
rivals to ictiirn to thu plnntatlom
where they had been working and to
picvent the expected arrivals from
cm r)ing out their plans. As It looks
nt present, the scheme of the men
from the Coast has thus been effect
DIAMOND HEAD'S ROUGH TRIP-
San Francisco, May 13. A long,
hard trip was made by tho bark Dia
mond Head, Captain Peterson, reach
ing port )vstcrday, thlrt) days from
Honolulu, with n cargo of .13 hags
of sugar. During a time of heavy seal
a portion of the port bulwarks nnd ono
of the small boats were carried away,
Calms and adverse winds also helped
to delay the vessel
The Bulletin, 75 cents psr mo-ith.
NEW - TO-DAY
First Cabin Pastengeis per S. S
"Siena," leaving this Port May 27th,
are requested to call at this office on
Monday, .t.ay 2oth, and ai range tutus
portation. W.M. (!. IRWIN & CO . LTD.
General Agents Oceanic S S Co.
Honolulu, May 24, 1'JJ. 21i?t
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE ANT" OF SALE.
In accordance with a power of sali
contained In that certnln moitgngc
made) by D. II. Aukal to J. M. Monsar
rat. Trustee for Susie F Cartw right.
dated June 23d, A. I). 1S&S. recoided In
the IteglBtt-T Olflce, OaTm, in Liber 180.
pp. lt2 3--1. which mortgage was as
signed to V. Wundeiiberg, Trustee, on
the 18th da of JtiTy. A. D. lfrw, notlco
Is hereby given that Bald mortgagee In
tends to liiiTclusc said mortgage for
condition biokcn, to vvlt., the -non pay.
ment of principal and Interest when
due. nnd upon said foreclosure will sell
nt public notion at the sale rooms of
Will IJ. risher. In Honolulu, on Mon-
clay, tho liltU day of June, A. D. 1002,
at 12 o'clock m. of said day, tho
premises described In said mortgago
as below specified.
Further particulars can he had of
J. A. Muriioii. T. I. Dillon or J. Light
foot, Attorneys-nt-Law, 'Magoou block,
comer Alakca and Merchant streets,
Honolulu F. WUNDENRERG,
Tiusteo for Susie F. Cartw right. Moit
gagce Dated Honolulu, May 16th, 1902.
Premises Described In Mortgage.
FIRST All that land described In
Patent (Grant) 39m. to I) 11 Aul.nl
containing an aiea of 11 82-luO acies.
Bltuatc- at Puleulkl, Kula on the Island
Si:COND All that land dcbcilbed
In Royal Patent No. 1478 to Kenlakua
the father of Bald moitgagor, contain
ing nn m in of b 81-100 acres, situate
at Mooloa, Honunula, in bald Uland of
21CC May 24, 31; Juno 7, 14.
Weather Bui rail. Punahou May 24
Temperature Morning minimum,
73 Midday maximum. &1.
Harometer nt 9 a. m. 30.14 Irregular,
Rainfall 0 03.
Dew Point CJF,
Humidity at 9 a. m C4 per cent
Diamond Iliad Signal Station May
24. Weather clear .wind fresh NE.
Triday, May 23.
T. K K America Maru, Going, from
Oriental port", nt 9-31 p. tn.
Am. ok. Carrollton, Gordon, 33 da) a
Am. ep. Servla Nelson, 50 da) 8 from
Saturday. May 24.
P. M S. S. Peru. PIllMjury, from San
Francisco I.May 17), at 8 a. m,
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo
and way ports, at 11 a. ni with 220
sheep, 20 hogs, 10 sacks co'rn, 117 pack
Saturday, May 24.
T. K. K. America Maru, Going, for
San Francisco, at noon.
From Hllo and way port, per stmr.
Klnau, May 24. Col. W. H. Cornwell,
Hon J II. Doyd, Miss Mary Miner. II.
S. Godfrey and wife, II. II White,
Miss M. Lewis, C. I). Dnlght, Robert
Lee Stepheson, Mrs. J. H. NawabI,
Mrs. S K. Aluli and son, C KaUcr,
J. F, Robeson, Mrs. J, W. Kaboloal
and child, H. I). Gehr, U. C. Mullor,
Miss Mary Allan. Robert Slaughter, J.
Lennox. J. Hind, A. W. Carter, II.
S. Hljalhl, M. J. Chrlstensen. Mia.
W. H. Rogers, W. II. Scott, Mr. J.
II. Raymond, child and maid, and 124
HEAD OFF (II
Washington May 14 The oppo
nents of the canal bill do not feci so
sine now as the) did a few clays ago
that the miasuie will be put over until
tile next session Those Senators who
are opposed lo Cuban relief nt the
expense of protection are agitating the
epiestton of Intel posing tne canal bill
between the Pfilllpplne bill and the Cu
ban relief bill. Tiiey hope. If the ca
nal hill Is leported It will keep the
Senate so busy that the Cuban ques
tion will have to go over until the next
session. The matter Is likely to come
to a test vote soon, nnd the Democrats
and stalwart Hepubllians ma) substi
tute the canal for Cuba.
Senator Duriows is credited with
this plan. He has been Interviewing
Western Senators, nnd has secured
practically unanimous support. The
next question Is whether the steTlng
committee will agree to It. It was re
ported toda) about the Capitol that
leading members of the steering com
mittee, who are the leaders of the Sen
ote, would not object to bringing tho
cnnul matter up, with the expectation
that It would be disposed 01 in two or
three (lavs. Senator Allison has all
along bald the canal legislation was
sure to be at complied at this ses
Senator Teller today said that tho
Investigation of the Cuban question
did not tend to remove the objections
of the Senators who oppose tariff tin
kering "Twenty-five per cent of tho
people to be benefited by thsl propos
ed reduction,' he said "are Spaniards
who have relused to give alleglence to
the Cuban republic. Fifty per cent aro
Americans Including tlm sugar trust
and others, who have no peclal claim
to our ehailty that I can discover, und
the remaining 25 per cent are Cubans,
some of whom, perhaps, are deserving
of help. If we are in that business."
Talk of a lebate is being revived In
the Senate, and It would not be stu pris
ing to see sentiment swinging around
townirt the plan to take money out of
the Treasnry to relieve the Cnbans.
The Michigan and California Senators
said they would favor thTh plan rather
thnn prolong a fight 'on the question
and consent to havo Cuban relief thus
made a party matter. Tho Hoube
members say they will never lecede
fro uuhe position th-y have taken on
the Cuban Mil but that, for the sake
of party harmony, thoy wuuld agree to
vote tor a reasonable rebate proposl
Representative Chester Long of
Knnbns. dlbcusslng the Cuban relief
bill, said the President told him, and
with emphasfs, that'll Congress ad
journed without pabslng a measure re
lieving the Cuban planters he would
Immc-cirately call nn extra kesblon. "I
cirtT not believe the rrc-sldent had said
tills.- said" Long, "until he told me with
life own lips."
San Francisco, May 15. Two ves
sels arriving )esterday made unusual
ly long passages from tho Hawaiian
Islands. The ship A. J. roller was
twenty-seven clays fiom Honolulu,
bringing 47.350 bags of BUgar. and a
Imikentlne, with a cargo of 13,427 bugs
of bugar was thlity-one- da)s on the
tilp from Kahiilui.
Los Angeles, May 10. Jiidv .leffiles,
biother of the champion, was Knocked awarded to Queen & Co of Phlhdel
nut tonight In the fifth round by Jack phia, the lowest bidders, who are to
Johnson of Chicago. Tho fight was 'put In tho ressenileu s)stem, with
held at Hazard's Pavilion under tne which tho Weather Bureau Is expert
aiibfilces of tho Cenluiy Club, which minting. Ho also has decided to es
lias been negotiating with ritisim-. labllsh between Kort fllbbou and thu
mons fur tho championship fight, and
,. , , , , ,
wah witnessed by a largo crowd, istl-
mated nt 4000.
mated at 4000.
SPECIAL SIX DAYS OPPORTUNITY
TO PURCHASE TRIMMINGS
- AT HALF
$8.00 Trimmings this week for $4.00
$7.00 Trimmings this week for $3.50
$5 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
Wo sincerely believe that our TRIMMING DEPARTMENT has al
ways been a very satisfactory one for our customers. Tho 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 Dame Fashion, have been entirely successful.
Hut though wo work hard to keep our stock Just right, like every
body clso wo sometimes make mistakes. Our Now York man, ever
alert to keep us supplied with plenty of the best, has this timo sent us
too much. Consequently wo are overstocked. But you know tho old
saying "It's an Ill-wind that blows nobody good."
In order to reduce our stock, for SIX DAYS wo will offer a largo
quantity of TRIMMINGS AT HALF PRICE. This Includes GALLOONS,
ALLOVER8, APPLIQUES, Etc.. In CHIFFON, TAFFETA and LACES.
No chnnges havo been made In the prices marked on (ho goods.
Whatever tho price, you pay only half but this for six days only,
THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DRESSMAKERS.
IN FACT, AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERYBODY.
WHITNEY k MARSH, LTD
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT ASTI, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARGEST VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
These wlnos have taken the gold medals and reectved tho highest
awards at all thu recent
nnd arc now noted the world over for their purity and excellence of qual
ity. Trade and families supplied by tho following Jobbers:
WALTERS-WALDRON CO., LTD.
GONSALVES & CO.
', GOMES A McTIGHE.
"," JOS. HARTMAN & CO.
S. I. SHAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Neat Hawing girls and an
apprentice at Mmo Lambort, French
Dressmaker, Boston bldg roam 306,
PRIVATE SALE Furniture of 7-room
house will be sold privately Call
No. 1 Fort lanu evenings oi Sundays.
Privilege of renting Terms reas
onable. Enough rooms rented to
pay rent of house 2156-lw
LOST Heart-shaped gold pin In Ad
ams lane. Return to this office and
NBW - TO-DAY
Our Soda Water
GINGEl: ALE, CREAM 80DA,
KOMEL, ROOT BEER, Etc.,
Is sweetened bv the Use of pure
cane sugar. We use no che-ip
substitute, ONE REASON
WHY OUK BEVERAGES
ARETlin DE8T AND TUB
Prompt delivery iny where in J
everywhere In the city anj Wal
Llkl. Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
We aro now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc and the sue
crsa that has attended our efforts to
p'ense, together with our reputation
for serving tho hest that tho mailtet
affcrds, is a sufficient guarantee that
wo will give you perfect satisfaction.
Wo havo tho finest display of the
htter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON B0N3
ever put on exhibit here, we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA i ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
WIRELESS TELEGRAPH AWARD
Washington, May 14 Gen Gieely
Hated that tho hoard of hlgnal officers
has lecomiiiendod that the Installation
ot the wlieli'ss telegraph stations he-
'tween Sumo mid St Michael ho
Tauana river, Hates Itiulils. the Mar-
, . ,, , . . .
conl system, provldod that satUfac-
I lnrv nrrnne-prnprirfl rrn lm rnrwlo
tory arrangements can bo made.
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Concluding Performances of
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
and his distinguished organlza
Hon, who will present tho fol
Saturday MAY 24 Matlneo
Saturday MAY 24 Night
Monday MAY 26 Night
Complete Scenic PnIuctUmi, armour,
cntume, etc . ntHclally brought lur eath
ra AUoMr U'aniV i.rlL;n.il .,t,,ort.
ins cottipaii) Incluilliitt Mera Claries
! Hernnn, Itur Juhnstmie Hurry C,
Itarton ''rands I) McGinn John I".
1 1 nc3trf Mlftse Aiitiomtr Alit"ii, lruhiU
Drew TrcM(4l Mi ttanle, Alleen Her
telle, ami 13 oilier
SCALE 01' FRICF3 Ktitlrc lower
floor, Si so Kimll Circle. ciel (rout
hw Si ""t I'Oget, fiuuo, tluxet, $15 00
SvJtR mi bale at jtf, Mcliuli, Cu (or
the remaining wr forma rn-en
Finest bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has all tho tonic properties and
the delightful tlavor ot tho hest
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St.
Phone Main 140.
Tho strength of the Hrltlsh fleet for
tho coronation rev low nt Spltlieail is
fixed piovlslonally at about 120 ships
, . , , " , e,"e ' . lr
I'linco of Wales Is expectel to hnl,.t
n,8 nag on tlia Lonjonl a3 Admlra, J
i. t?..i..i -t... i
At the 1897 review there were loC Tho
the United Kingdom.
65 Queen St.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I otter at Prlvnto Sale,
premises on Ileretanln street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Ilnstnco Esq.; 130
feet on Uerctanla utroet, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; one-halt cnsU, bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SHCOND Prcmlses239 Klnau SL,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f roperty baa a frontago on Klnau St
cf IIS feet and a depth ot 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Dcdrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen, Bath,
large Carriage House. Prico J4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
rrortgngo at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
has a right ot way entrance to Dero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
10G feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Prlco
(4000. One-half cash, balanee on
mortgage nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St
iHSMiM'aiy fr hi! ww ! i
- tw,S. i iwmirfi Mf ,