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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H T., WEDNESDAY, MAT,:, 1802
i si ft m
E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, COHMiR
WHEN THOSE NEAR BY
FEARED ATTACK ON HIM
Exciting Incident of Celebration--
Petitioner Broke Through Ranks
of Guards-Youthful Ring
Madrid Ma) 17 The splendid cere
monies In connection with the attain
lug of IiIh majority by King Alfonso to
day were attended by an lni.ldi.lit
'which, while Inslgulllcant In itself, fur
the moment ueated mudi excitement
among those who witnessed it as well
as iu the Chamber of Deputies wbeie
the stoiy tlrst ai rived iu a mole sensa
tlonal foini than the fads warranted
Just as the rujal oah enu'igi'd from
the Plaza de Armas Into the square in
iront of the palace, amid the sound of
lanuon. a oung man among the sight
seers behind the i onion suddenly push
ill through the ranks of soldleis and
iollie and rushed toward the door ol
thi (harlot, with his hat In one hand
and holding outstretched In the other
a paper Ileforc he reached the door
the state lackeys and enuerrles hurried
(o the scene and quickly overpowered
him. thougn not before the disturber
bad lecelved a severe mauling.
The prisoner was then taken to tho
guardroom of the palace, where he
was interrogated. Tho letter he had
iu bin hand proed to be an address to
the King, stating that the Infanta Ma
rie Teresa, who sat with the King In
the royal coach, had promised him her
hand and begging the King, as tho
lothcr of the Infanta, to uccede to a
marriage. The prisoner was caiefully
searched, and it was found that ho
carried no weapons. Ills remarks ie
garellng the Infanta Maria Teresa left
no doubt as to his mental condition
The royal party reached the Cham
ber of Deputies a few minutes Inter,
and the King, ascending the thicine,
was greeted with a tremendous ova-
tlon. which he smilingly aeknowledg
ed King Alfonso at the time of tho
Incident showed no agitation, though
his mother and the Infanta lnrla Te
iesa were naturally alarmed for a mo
ment. but wero soon reassured Tho
crowd of thousands uf persons gather
ed In the court gao the King a great
reception as the coach moved on Un
til the royal party reached tho Cham
ber of Deputies nothing was known by
the spectators along the rest of tho
mute of the Incident that had Just oc
curred. Alfonso waB noticeable for his de
meanor during the ceiemony of talcing
tho onth to uphold tho constitution
Dr. J L. M. Curry, tho t'nltod States
envoy, who was well placed nnd able
to watch the proceedings closely said
afterward that no one could have had
an Inkling from the King's manner
that anything extraordinary bad hap
pened. King Alfonso bowed graciously
to those present and bore himself with
much manliness. Ho delivered tho
oath with great distinctness and
much expression Into the words
lug throughout In an Intelligent
Private McCiilloch, of the Ciuaids Re
fccrveR, an Irishman of six feet and
iiiice-quarter Inches, Is now the tail-n
man in the UrltiE.h army
The mortality from accidents In rail
way employes was reduced 31 per cent
last year by Improved coupling devices.
Scaled Tenders will be received at
the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu until 1 111 ot
Monday, June Oth, 1UU2, fen macadam
izlng Walanuenuo street.
Tho Superintendent of Public Woiks
icserves tho right to reject uuy 01 all
bids. Plans and specifications on file
In office of Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, and Iu office ol Mr.
K. E rtlchards, Hllo.
JAMES H. HOVI),
Superintendent of PiTIilic Works.
might bo within reasonable limita
tion n er agreeable exereie If ou
choose the right mower We cauy the
ROYAL BALL BEARIN6
PENNSYLVANIA and the
We Lave them from $4 50 to 1M and
have gross eatetiers fo adjust to anj
& SON, Ltd:,
PORT AND KING TREUT8.
HYADES AND VENTURA
ARRIVE WITH MAIL
Crowd cf Passengers in Oceanic Vessel
Freighter's Last Trip to Hono-
lolu Two Days of Rough
Two malls from San Kraneiseo In
oue da) Is not u usual thing for Ho
uolulu, yit such was the case this
morulng Shortly after 7 o'clock tho
menenn Hawaiian Steamship Com
pany s lljades, due, by the way. yes
crda morning, came Into the harbor
cud dot ked at the mllroad wharf She
alieil rrom San Kranclsco nt noon on
the lSth Instant, n day later than tho
uevlous steamship from the Coast,
he Peru Conseqnentl). she hi ought
me da's later news. Shu nlh'i
uiought mall, forty two bags
t 'i o'clock n telephone messago
,rni Wnimannlo. on the windward
me ui nun miuiiu, unnuuiiivii wini mo
MiioKc en me veniurn was curling 110
cner the horizon It was not until 11
11 dock however, that tho lookout nt
Diamond Iliad sighted and reported
the Ventura otf Koko Head. At 12 2d
0 clock this alternoon the Ventura
stin ti-d to come Into the harbor, dock
ing nt the Oceanic wharf shortly be
foic 1 o'clock
The Veiitma sailed from San I'rnn-
elscci at 11 37 o'clock In the morning
of the 2ld Instant. ocefipHng. 0 da) 8,
2 hours and 2 minutes on the run
down She Is supposed to make the
passage In six days Hat.
N iTlAtX .nlnn linavutiituru tit-rli .l I n '
'-V 04JHOr- rOA4E11l top-, ir D 1 1 If SSJ
the Ventuiu for this port, slt)-seven
others nboard being bound for Pag-)
Pago, Auckland and Sjdni-y, Cargo
or mis port amounts u .Mi tons: in
tiuus.i there are 2.tfS tons. The Ven-'
tura brought four dn)s' later mall and
newspaper ille s than were brought by
mo ireignter llyades. Captain Gap
inn. urciiigm nun ions or general mer
chandise for Hnolulil and has between
Ibuo and lSUO tons of freight for Kn
huliii. Two days of ery rough weath
er were experienced Just after li-nvlnc
San Kianclsco. A howling northwest
ei lipped along nt about ninety niilc-i
an hour during most of that time.
Harry A lialdwln came clown In tho
Hyacks In California he Is known as,lio has passed the Hoard of Medical
a good singer He has a brothi r at Ka-
Iiulul. Civil Engineer Huldwln. Purser
J E (Slaves or the- ll)ades Is glnd to
be In this port again, having madu
many fiiends heie
This is probnbl) the last trip of tha
liyades cm the Honolulu run She may
be put on a I un to the Philippines,
Asia or Panama. IT Is not quite known
yet what will be done with her
Nicely furnished rooms Popular
House, 124 Fort St.. $1.K0 ner week up.
CARD OF THANKS.
The family ird lelatlves of the late
David Kanewnnul tnke this means of
thanking their mini) kind trlends foi
syinpatli) aid and lloweis, dining their
late beieuvenii-nt. 21 39 It
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. of P.
Special meeting Friday. May 30.
Work In third degree. Members of
Mystic ..ei. 2 nnd nil sojourning
Knights ure lequeBted to attend.
El) C ALDRICH, K. It. & S.
Quarterly Meeting of the Union
Feed Company, Limited, will be held
at the company's office', Judd bulfd
lug. on Saturday. May 31st, at 9 3D
a. m. SOUTHARD HOFFMAN JR..
2159 3t -Secretary
The undersigned beg to state to their
pations that on .May 30th, Decoration
liny theli btoro will be closed at noon.
Customers will kindly place their or
ders early: It will be appieciatcd, as
tlwio will be but ono delivery.
H. MAY & CO , LTD
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF RACE
Entries for the races on June 11 and
14 WILL TJI.OSE on June 3d, nt 4 p.
m . with the secretary, nt C R. Collins'
harness shop, King street, near Foit.
C I. CRAHIIE Secretary. J139tf
MEDICAL EXAMINERS AND
THE HOARD OF HEALTH
Controversy Over English Speaking
Physicians Brings Out & Letter
Are Appointed By the
The controversy In the Hoard of
Health over the examination of physi
cians seeking licenses to practice has
called forth the following letter In
which the Hoard of cxaminera declare
their Independence of Health Board
rulings and state the reasons for the
policy they have framed.
Office of the Hoard of Medical Ex
aminees, Honolulu, T It., May 27,
To the Honorable Hoard of Health,
Gentlemen As there seems to bo
an Impression that the Hoard of Health
exercises mee or lets control oxer tho
Hoard of Medical Examiners, nnd In
some of Its recent meetings devolu
tions and Inquiries have been made as
to the methods of the examinations by
the Hoard of Medical Examiners, and
nlso statements that the Hoard of
Health had made a rule that all of
these examinations should be conduct
ed In the English language, and In ona
Instance a physician, who was recom
mended by us for n license, was held
oer for one week until a member of
the Hoard of Health had satisfied him
uself that the Hoard of Medical Ex
aminers had compiled with its rule.
We desire to state most poslntlvel) that
the Hoard of Health has nothing what
ever to do with the Hoard of Medical
Examiners nnd hns no control or super
vision oer Its proceedings. It does
not appoint the members They are
appointed b) the Treasurer not by and
with the udvlec and consent of the
Hoard of Health, but. entirely In tho
discretion of the Treasurer who can
appoint or dismiss them without ref
erence to the Hoard of Health, or any
In July. I!i01, the Hoard of Medical
Examiners, for good nnd sutflclent rea
sons, made a rule, that on and after
September 1. 1901. nil eliminations
for license to practice medicine and
surgery In this Terrltor should be con
In the English language. Hy
some nveisight, the foreign tonusuls
Merc not notified and when this
brought to our notice, an cxtensnlon
was made until April 1. 1902, In order
to give the consuls ample time to un
tlf) their countries of this ruling. This
resolution has the written approval of
j the Treasurer. All applicants for II-
iciiseH 10 practice medicine and sur
gery In this Territory bring to us a
leqmst from the Hoard of Health to
euimlni them and It might be In or-
der If the Hoard of Health Is so par
ticular ntiltnt rl14.ll Lnnu lmliTn ,.r tl,n
Ungllsh language, to ascertain If they
tomc ,, , .,. ,,,.,. nn ,, ..,,,'
" " 4''''
before referring them to us for exnml
The law requires that "Such license
shall onl) he granted upon the written
recommendations of the Board of
Health." And further "No person shall
h recommended by the Hoard of
Health to practice medlrlne or surgery
except upon tho written report of the
Hoard of Medical Examiners, to be np
pointed nnd constituted ns hereinafter
provided, setting rorth that the appli
cant named therein h.-ls been .liilv or.
nmined, and round to be possessed ofi
the necessary quallflcatlonsn,
We presume that the Hoard of Health
cm decline to recommend un applicant
Examiners, but such declination must
be based upon other reasons than those
pel mining to our methods ofeuimlna
perttiinlng to our methods of culmina
tion for our powers oie absolute and
Theiefore we believe', and slut 1 1 net
upon such belief, that the Uoarel of
I Medical Examiners Is sepnrute and ells.
Unit from the Hoard of Health. . I
not appointed by the Hoard of Health;
Is not In nny sense under Its contiol
Wc aie entirely Independent of It, and
have the right to conduct the examina
tion, as m.i) Iu our Judgment, best ac
complish the end In view
The functions or the Hoard of Health
oie simply to recommend for n litem,"
thosiie who puss the examination of the
lioaicl of .Meelleul Examlneis. and bo-
jonel this tlie-y have nothing whatever
to do with said examination.
GEO. P. ANDREWS. M
W. E. TAYLOR, M. D
J T. WAYSON, M. D
Famous New York
Editor is Dead
New York, Mn) 21 Edwin l.nw
lenco tiodkln, edltoi emetltus ol tho
Evening Post, died in llrixham. South
Devonshire, last night The lmmedl
ale catieo of death was a hemorrhage
or the brain, which occurred on Sun
day last. Godkln suffered u similar
stroke two years ago, but re-erne rod
sufficiently to go to England In 19ui.
He spfnt last winter at Torquay and
moved to llrixham on the second or
Godkln wns In his seve-ntv-tlrst venr.
He was twice married. Ills tlrst 'wlfu
was Miss Foote or New Haven Conn
b) whom he had one son and nnei
daughter the intter d)lng In Inlauey,
Ills second wife (Miss Kathnlue Sand"
of Now YoikJ suivlves him Ills son
Lawieiiee Godkln. Is a well known
member ol the New Yoik bar
Dr S. Sihe-chtei or Cumin Idge I'nl
vcislt), England, who lb to buome
President or tliu Jewish Theological
Seminal y or New Yoik City, is said
to be the best living nuthoiit) on Jew
It is said that the Hint which forms
tie substiatum of London Is nothing
but petrified sponges. An examination
of the fossil sponges or Hint shows its
t 6 J, 1.7
6 l cS
riir ' ' i t jo 1 1, ii
Vjdn.iliy it s s i ' I ,8 a 40 l ti
niluitUjr n 9 it j to ejl ,3
ruir 'n H i io
SiMrJijr 'tifit 50
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I ip m
' II 5
tj I Ml f
o 1ft C n
Last quarter of the moon 1 30 Trl
lidos from th United States Coast
aact GeoeistJc Burvoy Tableej.
Tha tides at Kabolul ana Hllo occur
about an hour earlier tliaa at Mo
nolnla. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 19b ttn
slower than Green wclb. Units, Wing
tunt of the meridian of 1(7.39. The
time whistle -.owe at 1:30 p. m walca
Is the name as Greenwich, ua Om.
Weather Bureau. I'unahou, May 28.
Tcmpeinture Morning minimum,
69 Mldda) maximum. TO.
Barometer at S a. in 30.10 Falling.
Itnlnfall 0 02
Dew Point 61r
Humldlt) at 9 a m 03 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Ma)
2S Weather cloudy .wind light E.
Wednesday, Ma) 2S
A-H. S .-, Hvades c'arlleh, 1-2
da)s from San l'rnnclsco, nt 7 a m at
railway wharf, with iiu tons general
merchandise for Honolulu and I SOD
tons for Kabulul. -12 bags of mall
O. S S Ventura. Huyvvard, 0 das, 1
houis nnd 2 minutes from Snn Kranels
en, clocked nt Oceanic whnrf at 12MJ
p m with '. passengers for Honolulu.
313 tons general merchandise, ant)
Stmr Mikahala Gregory, from Wal
meo, with sugar at 7 a in
Stmr Iwalani Greene Hum Ahuklnl,
Tiienlay. .Mu) 27.
Ptr Muuna l.oa. Slmertun. for l.:i
balna. Maalaea. Kona nnd Knu ports,
Sir. Klnau Freeman, for Hllo and
wii) potts, at 3 p m.
Sir Maul. F. Henuett for Maul
ports, at 5 p m.
Stl. W G Hall S 'llionips-on, for
Kauai port", at o p m.
Str. Xoe.iu. Pedersou. foi kabalna.
Kaannpall. Honokaa and Kukiilhaele,
ut ." p. m.
Sir. Nil ban, W Thumpsun. for
Annhola at 5 p. ui.
Str James Makee. Tullett. for Kl-
laue.-i, Hanalei, Kallhinai and Kapaa. I
at ." p. iu. I
O S. S Sieir.i. Houdle-tte. foi Sun
Francisco, nt 4-30 p. in.
Str. I.ehua, Naopala, for Molokal
pons, at 5 p. m.
Schr. Iid.v. Mokl. for Koolau ports,
at .1 p m.
Wednesday. .ln) 28.
Am. bktn. Amelia. Wlllei. lor Euro
kit, at 11 a. m.
OSS. Ventura Ha) waul, for Pago
Pago, Auckland nnd S)dney. Iron)
Oceanic wnarf, i2 u clock midnight.
Foi San Franc Isc, per O. S. S. Siei
ra, Ma 27. Charles E. Wall, Miss
Owens. Itoj Owens, Fiederlck Wardo
and company, A. J. I.von and wife.
Mis. Mar) Nott Mrs i. It. l.ufkln.
.., .. .- .. ... .. ... .
- ulbaL - u liiimu. .lltf Marlon Smith.
Ralph Hrown, It. L. Stephenson, C.
C. Elklus, Mr und Mrs. M. Donohuej,
S. S. Dickenson. Miss It C. Gallo
wa), Mrs. 11. C Hunungtoii, Miss
Lewis, Miss Watts, II II. rnite, Mrs
11 11 White, Julius Kiuttschnltt Ji ,
Mi nnd Mrs. N. S. Sachs. G A.
Wheelii and wlte. .Mrs. W C. Gib
hardt, Ii A. Colcj anil wife, Mrs Wal
ter Lowile and child C. Lowile, Mas !
lei Will LowrU, Mrs. U. R. Sessions,'
G M. llO)d .Miss Set-slonb, II. A.
Wheeler Mrs O llrien, Miss Sciimldt. '
Mis. Lewis. J It IfTgby. C M. White, I
ami son Mrs. Kathe rine Pans, C Heh
me Miss E. Quint. II. Nichols. S. '
Oman. E I. Johni-on T. SuJI Peter I
Fa) John IVnilia Mis 't Cahnlan.,
Mm E. .o.vei., .Mrs p. C Handy, Mr.
und Mis A. I, Hulgute, .Mrs. Nish.
wltz and child W. D. Hanciolt, wlfo
and tlnee chlMie-n NV H. Field ami
will Norman Kay. Mrs. Spilng, It.
Iclli)ile, Mrs. M A. He)ran, J. W
White und wile, H A. Do)le, i: I,
Hauls, Dr. Gcoige W Hurgess .Mrs.
Galbialth. Dr. C II. Wood nnd daugh
ter II. F Dllllnghnm and wife, Mrs.
A Harnes. Mrs. A. C. Pferdner and
Fiom San Francisco, per O. S. S.
Ventura. May 2S. For Honolulu Prof.
It E Allardlce. A Heattle. Mis. Geo,
C Heckle)' Miss Ueckley. Master
Heckle), Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Bishop and
two children, Mr. and .Mrs. II. M
Cake Mr. und Mrs. C. G. Canipbi-11
and child, Miss C J. Cari-r, G. R
Cartel. Mibs M. Chalmers, G Chalm
ers. Miss II, Colin, C. Deucon, S. K
Deacon P. A Dlas, Miss G. Dowsett,
H. P Enkln. Miss C. Ewurt, Mr. nnd
Mis. Thos Fitch Miss E Oav, L S.
Gieenwedl, MUs E Gunn. R II. Hal
stead. Mr. and Mrs C C von Haniui,
W L Howard, Mlhs Alice Kinney, G
Sllva nnd wile D Ciowle). It A.
Ilobbliib. MiiRter Noel Mays. V. Frel
tas. Albert Kurz, C II Allien Jos R.
Whittle T. Chapman. Mr. und Mis. W,
G Irwin nnd maid. Mibs Irwin. Mis.
Iveis, ProL V. L Kellogg. Mlhb E
Mug. C C Krunuhnnr, W II l.elni
ert MUs Mnclnilane Miss V Makee.
Capt W II Maiston M M Moinnr
int. Mis. J. M. Muiphy. John I'rlneo
E Paikei. J Puike-i, Di W S For
tui MIssG Kenton, A II. J Renton,
Miss Mai Ian Roth, Miss Chlspa San
bum Miss Ella Scott. R Spauldlng,
Miss G Splckcr, Miss M. lauruiuach,
L A Thurston, Ml nnd Mib W M.
Wutciniun, W R. Huley, it P Ren
ter. Walter Johnson, K. Nnkukl. S.
Nauka. Mrs K. Andiew, J, Dutlot
Paul Scott, Y. Nakayaraa, Jas. Whit
ney, Fiank Wight, Sam Wigut. Miss
Ella Wight, Miss Leslie Wight, Rev
GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER ?
if so, you need a
NEW SUIT CASE or BAG
We have them here In great variety. Of every good kind of leath
er, with fancy trimmings within and without, full leather lined and
canvas lined, high priced and low priced; but none of them of low
quality. We mark them and deliver them free.
We sell tourists' requisites cheaper than regular dealers do, be
cause with us that line Is merely an Incident of our business. With
them It Is a specialty.
Judge Prices by these Two!
SUIT CASE made of finest selected case leather, steel
frame, Holland linen lined, hand sowed French edges.,
corners riveted and stitched, patented spring locks,
brass trimmings, bag handle with brass loops riveted,
four straps and shirt pocket In body, 22lnchcs long, In
russet and chocolate colors $8.05
OXFORD BAG, extra Inr-re, heavy stock, long grain, hand sew
ed Engll-m steel frame w Ith polished brtTss lock and catches,
Vienna handle, elegantly leather lined with pockets, stay
hinge ,- tgf- (gtf -$.' -.fl-.-
Inches long 14 15 16 17 13
Price $6,55 $7.05 $7.40 $7.90 $8.25
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED People ti know that for
pieservlng the hair there Is nothing
better than Paihcf Dandruff Kill
er. At Union Darber Shop.
TO LET Iliiuse No 1614 Pensacola;
Rapid Transit passes (he door. ,p
pl) on premi-uvi 2I3S-1W
FOR SALE A J ye
mid Nuuntiu Ktis
it ol I fresh milch
F -d Co Queen
LOST A dark drab parrot reddish
pink- head answers to name of Pe
ter Hewjid 11 returned to 1030 Kl
nau St. 2159-lw
i LOST Alpha Delta Piit fraternity pin
between Hawaiian Hotel. Opera
lloubu ntiii Keeaumoku St., Monday
night, May 20 Old style, square,
black enamel face star and cres
lent In green and white with "1S32
In gold on face and "F. Grldley" on
bae-k. Finder will please return
tamo to this, office 2158-tf
GOOD FLOOR VARNISH
Our advice Is often asked on
the varnish; and regarding
floor arnlsh will say use
8 U P R E M I S
We are In a position to know
b) the remarks of users of dlf
ferent varnishes and wo have no
hesitancy In recommending Su
premls It rivals the best wax
finish In boiiity surpasses It in
durability and Is a permanent
floor preserver. Does not show
while scrati hm We sell It. cer
tainly LEWERS & COOKE,
A C Wilson. Miss C Wilson, Mr.
and .Mis. A W Worm, Miss E. ,.
Rhea In Transit Mrs. G. J. Block
Inger Miss G Alleyne. F L. Arml
tuge. W. H Lyon, Lieut Beatty. A.
liarils, wife and two children, J. A
haslett. It. Dlggart F. C. Florenz nnd
wire. Miss E Fox Johu Heaver, Miss
E R. Honel. J W Dourtlee. .Mi. and
Mis. G. E Dean. Mrs. A L Folger,
Mrs. W. H Gunther Mlbs J. John
stem, Mrs. J F Zlinmer and two chll
dren, Mrs Cramnell and two children,
Muster Florenz, (1 iVdam, Mr. Florenz,
J. Ciamnell, J C. Henton, II. O. Hoi
combe. -Mrs. R A. Howard. J P
Josh. A. J McDonald, R Kramp. J
N Hay. Miss J Hav. A. O Florenz.
Mrs. M Fox and child, N. J. Griffith,
.Mr. and Mrs E A Nls, Major 11. It.
Philips. L Rosenthal Miss M. J.
Shepard, J C Turk Mrs. A. Hoi
llngsworth and two children. R. M.
MniqulB, J Wilton R. C Tloreiu,
.Mrs H McLeod, T. McMurtrle.
- Dallas. Tex May 19 Dispatches
received hero from GoTIad. Tex., lato
last night and early this (Monday)
morning state mat a largo number ol
lives were lost In n tornado which
swept over that town yesterday nftei
ucioii Many hloe-l s aro reported to
nave been laid In iitlus but It Is Im
possible yet to ascertain accurately
the loss or liro or the octent of the
dnuiage. Estimates of the number of
uiueii vaiy irom 73 to as high as 200.
4J I 4
Madrid. May 18 An anarchist plot
against King Aironso has been discov
ered nnd six arrests Including Hint of
Gabilel Lopez, an employe of nil Instil
auce company, havo been made. Dyna
mite cartridges woro found on tho
piemlses where Lopez was attested
Lopez says i'e received a package of
cartridges from another nnaichlst
with Institutions to throw them nt tin
moment ot the passage of the ro)al
tun luge In yesterdays procession.
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Satuiday, Juno 28th, 1902, at 12
o'clock noon, nt tho front entrnnco ol
the Judiciary building, will be sold ut
Public Auction, the lease of tho land
known as "Wallau," situate on tho Isl
I nnd ot M'oio..al, and containing nn
area of 2000 acres, n little moro o'
I Term 21 years.
Upset Rental $100.00 per annum
pa) able semi-annually in advance.
Conditions of the Bale ot this leans
nre as follows:
1. The I.esseo shall keep all of tha
forest lands for forest purposes only.
2. The Lessee shall Immediately
fence off such forest lands as are now
on the land lf piotect (Tie same from
Inroads of wild cattle and other stock.
3. The Lessee shall not cut down
any tiees now- growing or may here
after grow- on said lands. Except up
on first having obtained written per
mission from the Commissioner ol
For further particulars apply at th
Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office, May 2Cth, 1902
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that tho ani
mals described below havo been Im
pounded In tue Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
aro sooner sutisflcd will be sold at
tho date hereafter named according to
May 23 19021 nay Mare, undescrlb
ablc brand, vlilte spots on fore
head, right hind foot lame, four legs
May 23, 19021 Hay Horse, brandetl
T on rlgnt hind leg, white stroke on
forehead, right foreleg white, others
May 23, 19021 Gray Jenny, branded
NU on rtKht hind leg, white stroke
on neck, short mnfrt nnd tall.
The above strayed animals will be
sold on Saturday, June 7, 1902. 12 noon
It not called for before the dato men
FRANK R, STOCKTON
I Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
'2? Queen St., Honolulu. H. i
MAY CONSIDER CAHLE HILL.
Washington. Mn) 21 Represent-)-the
Corliss of Michigan said tonight
he had been pionilsed n mle by the
Committee on Rules so that his Paelllc
table bill may be" brought up Immedi
ately attet the consideration of the an
THE LAST BOOK
65 Queen St.
ON THURSDAY, MAY 29th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On tho premlt-CB, Fort street, next to
Fort Street House, near corner of
Vineyard street, I will Bell at Public
Auction by order of Mrs. Scheuerman,
the entire household furniture, con
Parlor Furniture, Rockers, Chairs,
Rugs, Matting, Curtaln-i, Pictures,
Squaro Piano, Iron Heds,
Bureaus, Washstands, Nets,
Bedclothes, Pillows, Box Couch,
Mirrors, Clocks, Hanging Lamps,
Dining Table, Chairs, Sideboard,
Handsome Ice Box, Ment Safe,
Dishes, Glasses. Cutlery,
Kitchen Utensils, Firewood,
Garden Tools, Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
VIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretnnla Btrcet, adjoin
ing resldcnco of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Beretnnla utrcet, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; ono half cnsli, bal
nnco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
at present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property has a frontage on Klnau St.
ct 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Pnrlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Rath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco $4500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balance on
it ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent not. Tho lot
has a right of way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$1000. One-half cash, balance oa
trortgngu at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Berctanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
85 Queen St