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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1902.
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COLLISION CASE DECREE
WITHSTANDS ALL ATTACKS
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E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, CORNJ1R
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present At an rate ifiTiioiigh tUo
Peking ma) o(ciii fight JajH lu mak
Ins San Francisco the repaltw made
here will enable hei to travel without
an Inconvenience othiir tliuu a linn
elllllg lit speed
There an- llitee Iny-eiver passi tigers
for Honolulu TheBe are l.el Sal Hln
ami Mrs. anil Minn Holds 01 Hi. 'ltie
ladies are known In these Islands. bav
in- l,...n ililtnrM her.. Iiefnre Tlie sis.
ter of Mrs llolilsworth is the wife of
the Trent h Consul at Shanghai
Mr. and Mrs P. Ailer and their son,
prominent Dutch people of Juvu. ate
among the passengcis going to the
Coast General -lumen Allen f S A .
Is tvtnrnlng to the States from duty 111
T Alzawu ami T. Yushlda are young
Japanese men on their wa to Harard
inr an Ametlcan eduiatlon.
Ilrlgailler Gcni'ial A i: Hates, pay
waster general of the I'nlted States
Anny togethet with his two daugh
ters, Is returning home Hermann
Caesar Is a prominent New Yolk Infl
ness man returning from 11 trip tu
Colonel C. Kitchener Is a biother of
Lord Kitchener of Khartoum fame.
Kitchener passed through here not
very long ago In tho steamship Gaelic
He has been visiting Ids sons on thu
Major fl. 1. I.ee, accompanied by his
wife. Is on his way home to England
after thiee years' service with the on
Xlneeis at Walheiwai. ihe Major says
he will tarry awhile In the I'nlted
States before going on to England Ho
will not wltuess the coronation.
Things are very quiet In the Orient
according to Major l.ee. He does not
think there will be any more trouble.
All nations ate having a finger In the
Chinese "pie," he says, and the "door"
Is opening wider and wider eery day.
'Asia for the Saxon7" says Major
The completes list of
abaord the Peking is as follows F
Ader. Mrs. F. Ader. Master W. Ailer.t
(en. JamfB Allen. U S A : Ad An
drae T. Alzawa. S. Antoldi. 7)r Hall
1. Gen. A E Hates and vale!, Mlta
Hates, Miss K. M Hates, K Ileiquct,
H. II. lllgelow. Mrs. (1. Ilrown, Her
mann Caesar. J. Carroll, Mrs. J. Car
roll and child, . Chcnnells. P. II.
Cohen. J. W. Dadmun, Curlttrley, S.
Godard, Miss Gociard, K. I). tfudUcn,
F. E. Hammond, II. E. Alers llaukey,
J. Hern. Lei Sal Hln. Mrs. Holds
worth. Miss Holdsworth, W. C. Kor
thals. Col. C. Kitchener, Major R. P
Lee. Mrs. 11. P. Lee. M Lovy, Major
Martin Maglnnls, Douglas McDougall,
E. C Mitchell. E. P. Otilneld, Mrs
H I. Pearse, Miss Tlelph, P. Sarda,
J Hoyt Smith. E. Vlegdmann, II C
Walrond, T. Yoshlda.
Nine hundred tons of general Orien
tal freight were brought In th Peking
for Honolulu, besides over four liun
dred Japanese laborers mid half a
dozen Chinese. The Asiatics weic ta
ken to Quarantine Island this .morning.
The freight will be fumigated ns Is
usual with Oriental freight.
The Peking sailed flora Yokohama
on the 17th Instant Fairly good
weather was enjoyed throughout thu
A letter from an old Honolulu resi
dent now In Manila. P I contains the
"Cholera still continues In Manila.
However, it Is confined almost entirely
NEWS NOTES FM
to Filipinos and Chinese with once Ir "t second best In a passage at repartee)
a while a white man. with Claude, the boy who attends to the
"Volcano Marshall has been In tho hatrack
tolls. I am sorry to say that the llbei-1 Mr Smith sallied forth from the res
ty of speech anil freedom of the press taiuani after enjoying his meal, nnd as
are two things not tolerated In ct i uiln Claude handed him his top plcie hx
circles here. thought he would quiz the lad.
"C, O. Zlegenfuss has. had his fan: "Is this my hat'" he asked,
badly battered for daring to mention "I don't know" was the answer,
lobbery in connection with a tlty con-1 Well, why do you hand It to mo
tract but some of the guilty parties If you don't know whether It is my hat
have confessed and Zlegenfuss has or not'" queried Mr. Smith sharply
been triumphant so far and may havi I 'Uecuuse that is the hat you handed
a good damage suit before the case is to mo when you went Into the restau
over. I runt," answered Claude.
"Dr. Llndley and Chas. McGuire, both The boy's answer stunned Mr Smith,
of the Islands, are In Manila. I bee and he did some rapid-fire thinking as
tliem every day." he left the hotel. Cincinnati Enquirer,
might bo within reaonnble llmltn
turn n very agreeable exercise If ycm
choose the right mower We tarry the
ROYAL BALL BEARING
PENNSYLVANIA and the
We tiu- them from J4.J0 to $ZU anil
have grass rati hem to adjust to any
& SON, Ltd:,
FORT AND KING STREETS.
BOYS' BRIGADE HAYING
OUT AT KAPIOLANI PARK
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Hauls 1 1 ti In Ah Far Kin Took, John
I'owtll anil It Jordan
.'I'll yards En Sul. H Kulllmnl, y
lett, Akwal, Ho Sin, K. Wilcox, S All
na Yitaro II. Hulu and Joe Itebtter
Ultycle raic S. Hoopll. E. Kelilaa
J nil W 1'iterson.
110 aids Kalllmal. Walker, II.
Olhci. Chns. Patlgan Chas. Mashke,
.Mlllou.i, Kawalahao, II Hulu, It. Wll
i ox, lUkuole, Yltaio S.illm.i, -Simpson,
Ah Oil .Itlll FlkO.
fl ifcV ump uuiui'
I tO.I 1 .. F.lu l...(1t.
-Kn Sul, Cockctt
, ami J Nunes.
llto.id Jump Kn Sul. Ho Sin, I.
Coekett, Wilcox. Kn (lee Kn Del. II.
De 1'rleo, H. Kalllmal, S. Allna and
Shoe put A. Richards, II Walker,
II De Fries. Hiitchlc. J. I'uiinoa. I'ai
Cli.in and F Kalll.
High Jump Cockett. Iln Sin. J
Nuhcs l.i mon Kn Dct. Kn Sul and
M he Frio,
I'oie vault ii ue i ries iiirani no
Frim, Kim Fook, Tal Chan Hon Sin,
M Anderson. II Kalllmal D. Lemon,
Kn Det. Peter Jones, Tom Jones ami
S0 yards Ah You. Kon.tlhao. Plko,
Clus Patlgan, Chas. Mashke. H An
del son Joe Rebetei. 1. Kerr and I).
At 7 LI o'clock tomoriow night ut
the club loom on King street when thu
banner and medals won In today's
CM-nts will be preent. Speeches, Bter-
coptlcon lcws and a musical program
will complete the festivities of th
The Pi ogress Saloon, recently com
pleted and gotten Into fine shape, will
open for business nt 12 noon tomorrow
There will he no blare of trumpets,
neither will there be any firecrackers,
but there will be a real oltMlnie hot
lunch with palatable liquid refresh
ments on thu side. Anyone can find
the Vrogress Saloon by taking a short
walk to the corner of Ring and Mnuna-
I 1 nomas F. McTlghe. an old kama-
,.lna. well known to all the bos In
I iwn ns a hale fellow well met, and a
Jolly good companion, Is the man who
I I Ids the license foi this new mil
. nut it ill My appointed saloon Ho nil
rtiunces that Sidney Doyd, the catou r.
will get up the lunch for tomorrow
ind that there will bo cSampatvio
dincli for his real friends nnd real
punch for his sham friends As theio
, , ....
are none of the latter. It will ho a case
of thumpagne punch all around
The bar and furnishings rival any
thing of the kind In the city nnd Hi"
mill behind the bar acknowledge no
peers In tin Ts'anclH
Hill! ID THE BREWERY
Editor Evening Uulletln I nolo
your e-dltorlal In yesterday's papei on
the Antl Saloon League fight against
the brewery Suppose they succeed
in closing tho brewery do any ol tbem
think the consumption of beer In this
tlty will bo less than now? The main
land breweries will look to It that tho
supply of beer for Hawaii net will be
kept up to the demand which will re
Liilt In hundreds of dollars being sent
away that now stay here The light on
the biewery Is neither common sense,
good policy, nor business. It Is gen
i rally supposed thai the Antl Saloon
League Is for cloning tho saloons.
I'ave they closed any?
Honolulu. May 21, '02.
J A. Smith Jr. Is In the habit of din
ing at the Gibson House restaurant.
, and one day during the past week came
The Supreme Court Defines the Power
of Transition Period Judges
and Nature of Circuit
Atiotbu judicial deliverance has
been made on the collision case be
tween the owners of the barkentlna
William Carson and Wllder's Steam
ship Company, the cause of which hap
pened within a few weeks of three
J cars ugo. The libelee's steamer
Claudlne sunk the llbellant's sailing
vessel. Upon the facts Circuit Judg"
Sllllrnan found for the llbellants, but
resigned his Judgeship ufterward and
left the deircc for Judge Davis to sign
The llbellee appealed to the Suprcma
Court, which sustained the decrco.
Wllder's Steamship Company had re
course to the Federal courts without
any other result than having Us appeal
denied right through to the Supremo
Court of the I'nlted States. In the
'"l "Pinion of the Territorial Su
premv Court, written by Chief Justlcx
I'n. ir, the following declarations uf
law are made:
One Circuit Judge may sign a decieu
in conformity with an opinion tiled by
another Judge of the same circuit who
has gone out of office.
A ()I1 decree Is uppeulablc
If the Supreme Court entertains
without objection an appeal from a de
cree signed without objection by una
Circuit Judge upon the decision of an
other, Its decree cannot afterwards bu
set aside on motion as void, assuming
that the decree appealed from was Im
properly signed by a dlffetcnt Judgo
from the one who heuid the case.
A statute Is not repeated though ex
pressed to be repelled by a later stat
ute, If the latter Is old.
There cannot be n de facto officer
unless there Is a de Jure oftlce.
If there Is a tie Juic ollice, there m.i)
Jie a de facto officer, howcer lnulld
i i tin t iiiiij uk u uc iiiiiu uaiivi uit'ji
though the ofllcc Is already lllled lij a
de Jure officer. If the latter Is not In
possession of the office.
There are not two offices In the case
of c-.uh Circuit Judge that of Circuit
Court and Hut of Circuit Ji H
Chambers. There Is but one office.
that of Circuit Judge, though tcrtnln
of his powers arc exercised In Circuit
Court and others In chambers.
Regarding the appointing power ot
the President of the Republic of Ha
waii between annexation and the inau
guration of the Territory ot Hawaii, thu
"The contention Is that the Joint res
olution transferred all power of ap
pointment to the President of the Unit
ed States J nil so repealed the Hawaiiau
I constitution and laws In so far as they
gave to anyone the power to create
I or All a Judicial ollice. and that, even
'conceding that there were vacancies
In the present case, and that Act G7 ot
Jg9s , ton,lUutlonalj ,her. colld bo
no color In the appointment of unyouu
to a Judicial office unless the appoint
ment came from the President of tho
I'nlted states. It would seem from tho
authorities that color of appointment
or of authority to appoint Is not neces
sary to constitute one a de facto officer,
although It may In certain cases mid
much to other evidence tending to
show one to be a dc facto officer. Hut
aside from that. It Is clear that the
Joint resolution continued In force the
Judicial powers of Circuit Judges ami
also the President's civil power of ap
pointment, subject to the superior pow
er of the President of the I'nlted States
lu that respect, or ut least that the
latter's diiettlon that the civil poweis
exercised by the officers of the Repub
lic uf Hawaii as It existed just prior to
the transfer of sovereignty, continued
In the President of Hawaii such pow
i fin ut .ijiLiuinuiiuui uh ut? mm hl'iuiii'
,y gl1)1(,ct of ,,,, 0 C ,..,
power of the President of the United
States. Such direction by the Presi
dent of the United States was clearly
within the power conferred upon him
by the Joint resolution. It does not fall
within the doctrine that delegated pow
er cannot bo deleguted. Hut after ull,
what difference does It make that tbc
President ot Hawaii lacked the power
to make the appointments la qiiciU'iu
after annexation If he lacked it also
bcfoie annexation? In either tare he
was without the power, and the valid
ity of the acts of the appolnlf-s am
unassailable now and here, not bivaus?
tho appointments were vullcl, but be-
cuuse. ussumlng that the President did
not have even color of authoilty t'l
appoint them, they were nevertheless
de facto officers In possession of dc
Jure offices, and performing the func
tions of those offices and, we riav add,
with the acquiescence of all conctiiycl
In their supposed right to hold those
offices and perform those functions '
Justice Galbralth concurs In the con
clusion announced by the majority, I ut
does not feel lulled upon to pass iiprii
the questions raised, as he says that
the libelee had no right to urge the
motion five terms nfter the decrc hud
been filed. He suggests that the ques
tions raised are more acaderrlc than
practical, nnd concludes: "The li-its
In this case have been passed upon oy
tour different courts nnd praitlc illy
the same conclusion was reack.-l Ly
each. Public policy and 'lie Intensts
of justice demand that theie s.iuiilu be
an end to litigation."
Smith & Lewis were attorneys for
the llbellants and Kinney, Ballon k
McClanahan for libelee.
Cltlman Yes, I'll be glad to inn out
and sec you somo time. What s your
Subbubs Why cr the hoiiBes lu
Swumphurst are not numbered yet
Cltlman Well, how shall 1 find you'
Subbubs Turn to the left from the
station, and walk down thu road until
you tome to the second mud puddle
My house Is directly opposite. Spring
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Thuriday .9 9 III )
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to ;t 4 14
t.) II It 4 II
Ijict quarter of the moon 1 30 Fri
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time is 10b 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
tnut of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich. Ou 0m.
Weather Ilureait. I'unahou Mas 30
Ttmperature Morning minimum.
71 ..Mtdtlu) maximum, iO.
lUromcter at 9 a m. 30.09 Stead)
Rainfall 0 04.
Dew Point (.3F.
Humidity at 9 a. in. 0" per ctnt
Hare around the sun.
Friday, May 30.
P. M. S S. Peking, Roblson, Horn
the Orient: docked at P. M. wharf at
8:15 a. in.; sails for San FrancUco at
7 a in. tomorrow ; brought SOU tons
general freight for Honolulu and lull
Japanese and ti Chinese.
Stmr. Kiui.il. tlrtihn, from Kailim
and Punnliiu. nt ;." n. in., with C231)
Stmr. Nllhaii. Thompson from Ana-
hola. at 2 a. m.. with 7000 bags sugar.1
SAILING TODAY. I
TO SAIL TOMORROW. '
S. S. Peking, Roblson. fur San i
Mood.y "t l mit1
Francisco from Pacific Mail wharf at FOR RENT Completely furnished cot
7 a. m. tage. 5 roonn bath, large yard. $25.
i id ratios
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CulJuA AlhltALr CONVEYED
SAME PROPERTY TWICE
Judge Humphreys Enjoins Frank
From Proceeding With Suit
Judge Humphreys has signed the de
cree in the Injunction suit of John
Kldwcll vs. Frank Godfrey. It Is found
thut the land at Manoa, known as Wat
lele and containing 3G.1U aires, for
whlih Godfrey had brought an action
to quiet title for on undivided one-half
Intel cf-t, was bought by John Kldwcll
from the late Frank Metcalf, who Imd
a life Interest In It, and whose son
Thomas under minority conveyed his
Interest with a clear title to Kldwcll,
confirming the act ufter attaining bis
majoi Ity Emma Metculf, daughter of
Frank, had ulso convey id her Interest
In the laud of Kldwcll. Yet her trus
tee, Alice Metcalf, afterward gave a
deed to Godfrey of the same property.
It Is found also that Alice Metculf and
Godfrey had received notlteof Emma's
, conveyance to Kldwcll before Allen
made the conveyance to Uodfroy
Flnally, It Is declared that no heuc
filial Iliteiest In til elaud passed to
Godfrey by the last mentioned con
veyance, that he Is not entitled to main
tain his action nt law against Kldwcll
nnd that Kldwcll Is entitled tci Hi etc
lief prayed for. Therefore thu coin I
adjudges and decrees as follows
"1. That the said Frank Godfiey be
and he Is hereby deilaied to bn th
trustee of anil foi the said John Kld
wcll In icspeit to one undivided onti
hnlf of said land situate ut Manna. Ho
nolulu, Island of Oabu. cuutalnlug nu
area of 30.10 acres and known us Wnl
lele. "2. That the said Flunk Godfiev do
forthwith execute nnd deliver to the
said John Kldwell a de-ed conveying to
said Johu Kldwell any and all the In
teiest acquired by him In said land
under and by vlittiu of Hie deed execut-
ed and dellveied to him by Allec Met-
tair, trustee, bearing date the Kth el.ti
nf January. 1902.
"3. That a perpetual Injunction be
issued out of and under the seal ot this
court commanding and stilctly enjoin
ing tho said Fiank Godfiey, his at
toincys, agents nnd all persons claim
ing any Intcest In said laud by.
thiougb or under him. under penalty
of belug udjudged ill contempt of this
tourt for uny disobedience) thereof, to
absolutely refrain and desist from pro
ceeding In said action to quiet title
filed by said Frank Godfrey against
said John Kldwell In the Clicult Court
of the Fli st Circuit on the 13th diy
of January, 1002.
"1. That the complainant have his
tosts to be taxed hy the cleil. "
The defense closed Its iuse in the
Hull trial with the evidence of the de
fendant ut 11 35 this forenoon. Ho
positively denied guilt and swoie that
the testimony of Eliza Holt, the com
plaining witness, was false Aigument
to the jury begins at 1 3u this nftei
noon "Yes. he came of the vciy best New
England stock, and the girl be married
belonged to one of the oldest and most
prominent southern families "
"They have a sou, haven't they' Is
be ruinous for anything'"
"Yes. He's the most Incessant cigar
ette smoker In his set "Cleveland
The Bulletin, 76 cents per month.
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 sewed French edges,
corners riveted and stitched, patented spring locks,
brasi trimmings, bag handle with brass loops riveted,
four straps and shirt pocket in body, Clinches lolig, In
russet and chocolate colors $6.95
OXFORD BAD, extra large heavy stock, long grain, hand sew.
cd Englls'i steel frame with polished brtfss lock and catches,
Vienna handle, elegantly leather lined with pockets, stay
Inches long 14 15 16 17 18
Prle $6.55 $7.05 $7.40 $7.90 $8.25
WHITNEY k MARSH, LTD
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Young lady waitress for
counter lum h loom. Dime Lunch
Fort St 2160-2t
A bargiln 33 School Kwa o( Nun
aiiu Must go at once. 2101-tf
FOR SALE Pony and carriage. For
further particulars or view enquire
of J C Qulnn Territory Stables
It takes the e-lltnr In mnkn
unaruy sometimes oegins at nome
i but frequently nowhere,
' When one borrows trouble the Inter
ist Is usually pretty heavy.
I It is easy to see through the man
I who Is fond of making a spectacle ol
UUUHCIl, 1 I
The plckpocitet keeps In close touch
with the public
The man who goes all the gaits will
become unhinged after awhile j
The need of an excuse Is the step
mother of an Invention.
Artists and poets frequently get their
nigh ideals by living up close to tnn
While the underdog frequently liaj
the sympathy of the crowd, the one on
top gets the gato receipts
Few persons arc as easily fooled by
others as the are by themselves.
The man who Is long on wheat may
be short em dough.
The man who la ashamed of bis reli
gion hasn't much to be ashamed of.
'I he man who Is in the middle of a
bad fix Is s ild to be on the regged edge.
People like Jollity, but not being Jol
Why you always put on your left
shoo before tho right
Why more people walk on one sldn
of Fort street than the other?
Why a clog always turns around sev-
l il times before li-lnir ilnu.nl
Blal linilS Uerore lying down'
Why you tuin vour head when soma
one whistles behind you?
Why you laugh when you sec a man
run for a car and nils.) If
Why green tiees look well against
a blue sky, yet why a green tie Is so
ugly on a blue shirt?
Why you are naturally more cleft
with your right hand than with your
What word In tho English language!
you tiso moat fmquetitly?
Why no one but yourself can put
your hat on your head the way ymi
Why you cannot wink with both eyes
at tho samo time''
Which sleeve of your hodlco you put
your arm Into first, and why''
Why you Invariably speak loud when
addiesslng a forefgner who does unl
understand English well? -
THE PING PONG COSTUME.
Every girl who Is getting ready her
summer clothes is having a ping pong.
For ping pong Is to be the fashion-'
able pastime at he shore this coming '
season. Society In Its iraze over thai
game can't give It up oven with th'
approach of warm weather. The ring
pong will hold Its own Indoors whllo
the tennis courts outside are deserted
The game will have first place among
tin spoils and diversions, and the girls
who pluy It win wish to look their pret
tiest. So uvery one of them will have
a speilal gown. i
This gown will be built with an Idea Victor Emanuel, King of Italy, en
toe oinlort as well as artistic elegnnco. J"s nothing more than to Imitate
The skill will be short just clearing Haroun-al-Rasthld and wander about
the floor, the waist will he n lilnuso.
and the sleeves will he louse All this
Is to allow free pay of the muscles and
easy, graceful movement.
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R. STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
GOOD FLOOR VARNISH
Our advice Is often asked oo
the varnish; nnd regarding
floor varnish will say use
S U P R E M I S
Wo are In a position to know
by tho remarks of users of dlf
fercnt varnishes nnd we have no
hesitancy In recommending Su
premls. It rivals tho best wax
finish In beauty, surpasses It In
durability, nnd Is a permanent
floor preserver. Does not show
while scratches. We sell It, cer
tainly. LEWERS & COOKE,
I It you tuvt thm your lt hive .Imtly icqulnj
l'1 hibtu It l not neccttiry to t to'turtj by
5-1""- '"Wl" "". tunlonl chllMslm. ttc
, Ttity m,y t-, curi-4 that l your Imi my t. tVoken
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mrr mllv ni rnmfitrtaM uaii u,m i.iC
but with how ouch mort vIrot and force you will N
' iblt) to t hi II If ni met In all un., kn.ln... A. ...
Call nJ i mi ibou hit, or wn4 mtworj and I
win (n on yuu.
Dr. W. R. Bogle,
Union Striet above Hotel
Contultitlon tt onVt fre
Dr. ArchibaldN. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Boston build
Ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385: Res
Idence. White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to 9
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m
P. O. Dox 801.
C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
BuiI(,ngi rort street
Hours. 8 to 4. Telephone Main Uf
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
Secretary Shaw has taken up horse
back riding lu Washington, and hopes
(o be able to join President Roosevelt,
Secretary Root and Senator Lodge In
their afternoon cuuteis over the coun
u,uon "ls subjects, hearing good und
evil of himself and his Ministers,
The Evenlag Bulletin, 75 cents per
65 Queen St.
Tailor Goods and
On SATURDAY, MAY 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
wilt sell at Public Auction a largo
quantity of tailor goods, consisting of
Suitings, linings, trimmings,
Tailors' irons, shears, slllrts,
Sewing machines and
Groceries, consisting of herring.
Lunch tongue, epicurean delicacies.
Peaches, pineapples, grapes, pears
Apples, cherries, tomatoes, corn,
Deans, condensed milk.
Lobsters, shrimp, cliecl.cn, beef,
Ham, pickles, candles, tea.
Soap, Sapollo, cigarettes.
Clothes pins and a largo quantity of
Jns- P. Morgan,
ON SATURDAY, MAY 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very
large quantity of household furniture,
Oak double and 3-4 beds, springs,
MattresscB, oak bureaus nnd wash
stands, Black walnut raarblo top bureaus
Chairs, rockers, tables, wardrobes,
Illacl; walnut beds, ice boxes, count
ers, Mnttlng, granitowaro, clocks.
Iron beds, folding beds.
Kitchen utensils, etc, etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON MONDAY, JDNE 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer nt Prlvato Sale,
premises on Bcrctanla street, adjoin
ing resldenco of C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Boretanla utroet, 171 feet
deep; prtca $9000; onolialf cnsli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St..
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
t'roperty ban a frontage on Klnau St.
if 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen. Bath,
laigo Cnrrtago House. Prlco $4500,
Terms, onohnlf cash; balanco on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent not. Tho lot
has a right of vvny entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St,
10C feet, depth 121 foet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balnuco on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cont not. Has
right of way to Bcrctanla 8L
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On tho premises, second houso In
Chrlstley lane, off of Fort street, just
nbovo Vineyard street, I win sell at
Public Auction tho entire household
tuinlturo, consisting of
Beds, bureaus, washstands.
Springs, mattresses, bed clothes,
Rockers, tables, chairs, matting,
Dining tnhle, nets, dishes, glassware.
Kitchen uteiiBlls, ico box and
A nearly new oil stovo.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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