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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, JUNK 3, li)02.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:,
NEW BUILDING, COR.NBR FORT AND KING 8TREET8.
DOUBLE VOLCANO EXPLOSION
ON SDNDiY LAST
K1LAUEA MAY SOON ERUPT
(I'ontlnmd from nnrje 1 )
U'htn the Wing Wo Coiiimn bank
Tuulcy latue up Mi Huscll appeared
iJos-tons on Sunila the first o urrlng
jl ! odock in the morning mil) four
.Lours after the tourists lud left the
Yoleumi House 1 he sviunil cxploslou
lad occurred at uoon.
.When the steamei Klnau palled for
JlUei and vva) ports at nuoti today
Iher were u number of passenger
Jonltd tor the nlcano Now that there
re. prospects of Kllauea soon becoming
active it Is probable that man) per'
fn will hasten to witness the ex
It Is half serious)), half JoUngI) as-
xi ted i man) old timers that Kllau
ti is reserving a demonstration foi the
3eeirlh of Jul)
purser Slmerson of the Manna Loa
states that Mokuaweowio Is perfectly
quirt and is showing no signs of ai tl
tt). nut even smoking
Purser Slmerson telephoned Man
jer Waldron of the Volcano Huiikv
Juil before the Muuna Loa left Hawaii
ttsliltig to ascertain the Litest news
uiuttrulug the volrano The answer
Mme Imik that Kllauea was still
uaoMtiH ul n great rate and that an
truption was looked for ut un) time
Jhcre had been no explosions slnie
The crew of the Mauna l.oa describe!
,ic sunsets on Hawaii as unusually
irllllsnt. the orb of da) setting In a
tea of the most brilliant crimson Th
leather Is oppressively hot and very
.little rain has been reported on Hawaii.
Lasts Seven Years
London. May IT. Cabling from Syd
aey, N. S , the correspondent there
of the Dally Mull gives an account of
ihe- tenible drouth from which, as a
vllniax to seven dry )ears, Australia
Is now sulterUg. The correspondent
says that the losses In stock In Atirtra
5s since 1899 amount to lG.n00UOO.
Vnemployed men arc drifting Into tho
-titles by the thousands and there the
State governments arc providing them
The only districts which have escnp
1 tbe drouth nru tho Norihcrn rivers
district of New South Wales and prts
nf the Rlverna district The situation
hs been aggravated by tho Federal
duties on fodder which prevents its
importation Communication In the
interior has been paralyzed, as tho
waterways are (innavigable. Owing to
the expense of fodder, the firm which
sd the contract has abandoned tho
"Muling of the mall In Queensland tbe
cost of transportation having risen
t lrom G0O0 to 30.000 annually.
iheep are dying by the millions, ecn
llnues the correspondent, and even tho
rahblts are starving Animals have
stripped the bark from tfTe trees for
food A common method of treating
rihsusted horses Is to slit the animal's
pilate with a knife, the horse Is reviv
ed by swallowing his own blood, lum
bers of "sundowners" and" 'svvagmen
nve been found by (lie w a) side Tbe
Governments are doing ever) thing pos
sible to alleviate these conditions, but
meteorologists despair of any change)
is the weather conditions.
Stn Francisco, .May 27. Captain
3Iunfns of tho Army transport Huford,
Kith his first officer, will appear before
lilted States Commissioner Heacock
ait 10 o'clock this morning to answer
lu a charge of cruelty on the high seas,
jireferred by one of the cooks of tho
transport. It Is alleged that on the
vol age to San Francisco the man had
Us hands ironed behind hu back and
vn triced up to the bridge.
J'he following articles were seized by
rsNtoms Inspectors on the transport
liufcird jesterday. One bolt pongee
Jilt, three feather boas. 405 ostrich
Jtalfiers. 8215 cigars and sixteen era
4ira(dred Indian shawls Tho goods
ere round by Inspectors McDonald.
aVnjiIii Richardson, Lotenzcn, Walk'"
Harry Wilson, a merchant of Chan
dler's Valley, N Y having became,
Toarinccd that a Christian should not
if! In tobacco, has given oidcrs to his
idcrXs not to sell any more of the
.nnl. though ho has a considerable
stuck In his generul merchandise
might be within reasonable limita
tions a very agreeable exercise If )ou
choose the rlfcht mower. We carry the
ROYAL BALL BEARING
PENNSYLVANIA and the
Wo have them from ft 50 to 120 anil
have grass catchers to adjust to any
WITH Dili ,1 M
.lohn Callahan appeared in the Po
llie Coiiit this forenoon em the charge
of vagrane) He was loi ked up last
night and when asked to make his
statement toda) said
1 went up to the M t A )cstcr
da) and there the) told me that 1 hail
bcttei go to the police station and usk
for lodging for the night In order to
avoid an est for. the) told me. If 1 was
found wandering around, 1 might be
arrested. I tame to the police station
and asked foi u lodging for the night
The) gave It to me and told me that
the) would release me in the morning."
Judge Wilcox, who had cvldcntl)
been made ncejunlnted with the ease
previous to Its being culled In the l'o
lice Court, had somewhat to say him
self He told the defendant that this
was b) no means u loafer's paradise
There was plent) of work nnd plent) of
soap and water In the countr) To
this latter remark, the defendant re
plied that he had heretofoie been In
the habit of taking a bath every day
ludge Wilcox answered that when
the defendant nppeured at the polleo
station It looked ver) much as If all
the turtles that were s.ild to have left
Diamond Head had found a nesting
plate on his bod) Callahan replied
that he had been unable to procure hot
water while In the clt). He had nr
rived here In the Sonoma and had been
here about three weeks When he
landed, he had about $S. He had paid
for ever) thing until all his money had
gone and then he was foiced Into the
In order to look further Into the
case, the prosecution asked that tin)
case go over until tomorrow and tho
motion was granted
HI BM 10 Mil
Wal Hong and Ah Loy were arrest
ed by Ah Look of the Condon patrol at
about 1 o'clock this morning. The o Ul
cer stated that he had caught the men
In an alley back of the butcher shop
of Lau Yen Chce and that they had
tried to pry open the back door of the
place. They went Into the enclosure
back of the place and then locked tho
gate behind them. He heard them
working away at the door and tried
the gate but could not get In. This
frightened the men nnd they started to
climb over the fence. One of them was
caught on the fence while the other
was caught on the other side.
Wal Hong had nothing to suy but Ah
Loy stilted that he und the former wer
In the vicinity of tho gate leading to
the butcher shop at the time stated by
the officer hut that they meant na
harm The olllccr came along nnd de
liberately pushed them Into the en
closure and then arrested them on tin
charge of vagrancy. This highly Ira
probable story was not believed by
Judge Wilcox and tbe defendants wert
sentenced to six months' Imprison
ment nt hard labor Ah Loy signified
his Intention to appeal his case.
Ah Loy has served a number of term
In Oahu Jail on the charge of larceny
and was onl) released from thut placet
some three weeks ago Wal Hong Is
nlso an old Jail bird, he having been In
several riuestlonublc transactions
Republicans to Win
in Oregon Election
Portland, May 23. The Oregon will
sound the first tiumpet to the other
States of the Union by Indorsing the
Republican policies in June, there
seems to be no doubt. A careful can
vaBS of the counties of the State gives
the victory to the Republican candl
dates by at least 10,000 voles, while.
more confident estimates run the ma
Jorlty up to 15,000. Nevertheless, the
party leaders arc facing the tinniest
kind of a fight and arc not neglecting
any effort that will contribute to th
success at the polls. The Republican
candidates for Congress, Represent!!
live Thomas II Tongue, In the First
District, and J N Williamson in the
Second District are sate Upon them
the Democrats are waging a weak and
Ineffective light, while concentrating
their effoits upon tho State ticket, and
particularly upon Oeorge K Chamber
lain of Portland, their nominee for
Governor, wiiom the) look upon us the
Moses that will lead them out of tho
desert Into tho fat and plenty of Stnlo
patronage Ihe campaign has this
noelt) The Democrats are making
no ardent fight on national Issues
Their lenders are simply whooping it
up for Chamberlain on Ihe ground of
his personal popularity.
.'k. V . .
srnui yhnovv now to secure tnue
holeetoooks Issued from time, to tlU"
inM.tMITED EDITIONS, which I nffer
Mi) iruc nt New York prices. Theo
tioolts aro rarely ndvertlsed antl nev
shown In retail stores.
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200-201 JUDD BUILDING.
Hoar's Canal Bill
Washington, May 2C Senator Mor
gan fiom the Committee on Isthmian
Canals, toda) submitted to the Senate
the adveise report of that committee
on Senator Hoar's bill placing the se
lection of a route for nn Isthmian canal
In the hands of the Preldent The
committee opposed the hill on the
ground that It makes no piovlslon for
further exploration of route's nnd
leaves the President to make a si lei
tlon on the stntement of fuels Hlrad)
ascertained. It Is contended Hut "how
ever safely the country may rely on
tbe wisdom nnd Just discretion eif the
Executive the pollc) Is not vlse nor
safe as a rule of government.
The report discusses nt length the
piotocols with Colombia mil Xieaia
gnu and Costa Klcn, and It stntes Incl
dentally that former Colombian Minis
ter Sllvn was Invited to uppe-.M befoi
the committee, but declined to eln so
Of the agreements with Cost.i Hie a imj
Nicaragua It is said that 'they are
definite and complete as to the char
acter and scope of the rights the have
agreed to concede to the I'nltcd States"
and It Is argued that If the) are rati
fied nothing will be left to do but to
carry the ugreement luto effect.
Colombia, on the other hand, Is
charged with plajlng for delay, and It
Is stated that 'to hold Colombia to her
present offer It Is necessary, under ar
ticle 27, that ratifications shall be ex
changed within eight months of Its
date, and tho practical Imposslblllt)
of concluding all the necessary ar
rangements provided for In her propo
sition within eight months shows that
her most earnest purpose Is to cause
It Is charged that Colombia docs not
by her protocol propose to sell us tbe
l'uifama canal and railroad property
free of all existing claims, concessions
and Incumbrances, but leaves us to
work out u title with the Panama Com
The report adds: "Colombia Is anx
lous to get rid of the Panama Canal
Company without giving offense to
France, so that she can seize and mn
8ess all the plant of the canal com pan)
all the lands and houses It owns In
Panama, Including the great hospital
the machine shops und wharves at
Colon; all the vast machinery In use b)
the Panama Canal Company, the hos
pitals and other houses, the palace
built for Dc Lcsseps and his sons, nnd
become the owner of It all. along with
the Panamu Railroad Company, which
reverts to her In 19CC.
"If this convention should be adopt
ed, not only would delay attend ths
progress of tbe canal, but the United
States would assume obligations to the
world that It would be Impossible to
keep and relations with Colombia that
will deprive the canal of all value to
the United States, and will make It a
cause If Irritation that must inolve the
most serious consequences."
To Caucus on Canal.
Washington, May 2G. Representa
tive Hay of Virginia, chairman of tho
Democratic caucus, today Issued a call
for a caucus Wednesda) evening next
to consider plans 'for the passuge ol
a Nicaragua runal bill at this session
of Congress." such being the language
of the petition on which Hay issued
Helped Sugar Trust
Chicago, May 27. Some of the
Wcstein roads are accused of helping
tho American Sugar Refining Company
In its effort to kill the beet sugar in
dustry lu Nebraska and Colorado, sr.ys
tho Inter Ocean.
Tho Rock Island, Missouri Pacific
and the 'Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail
roads have Joined the Mnllory steam'
ship Una In making a through rale of
33 cents per hundred pounds on supar
from New York via Galveston to Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and Lin1
coin, Neb On this rate the so called
sugar trust has just shipped Into the
Missouri river tertrtory 200 cailoads
of sugar, aggregating flvo million
pounds Tho result Is that this sugaf
Is put In that maricul at a lower flmiro
than the beet sugar growers of Nebras
ka and Colorado can meet nnd realize)
The Illinois Central lailroad has giv
en notice that it will Join In making,
via New Orleans, tho same rate ot 33
cents lrom Now York to Missouri liver
points that the other roads aro making
Weather Bureau Punahou, June 3,
Temperature Morning minimum,
OS, Mlddny maximum, S3.
Parameter nt 9 n. m. 29 89 railing
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew Point 70F.
Humidity nt 9 a m. 7S per cent
Diamond Head Slennl Station, June
3 Weather eloudp; wind light SW.
Tuesday, June 3
O & O. S S. Coptic, Hinder, from
San Frnnclsco (May 27). docked at V.
M wharf nt 7 30 a m ; sails for Orient
at 4 p m today.
Tuesday June 3.
Stmr. Mnunn Loa, Slmerson, from
Hawaii nnd Maul ports, at 5.3n n m,
with mall, passengers and 9300 bags
sugar, 7 bags coffee, 9 bags taro, 72
bundles of bananas, 15 bags of awa, 33
kegs of butter, 24 cases of fruit, IS
pieces of koa, 8 barrels of pol 29 bun
dies of hides. 23 pigs, 2S head cattle
and 151 packages of sundries.
Stmr. Nllhnu. Thompson, Tram Ana
bola nt 2 a. m. with 5000 bogs sugar.
Monday, June 2
Stmr Ivvnlanl, Greene, for Anahola,
at 5 p. m
Stun Jnmes Mnkce, Tiillctt, for Ka
uai ports, nt 5 p m
Stmr Lelnia, Naopaln. for Molokal
parts at 5 p in.
Tuesday, June .1
Stmr Kipnii, Freeman, for llllo and
wn) parts, nt noon
IXj SAIL TODAY.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Ka
uai ports, nt 5 p. m.
Stmr Kauai, Ilruhn, for Lahalnn, Kn
anapall nnd Punaliiu, at 5 p m
Stmr Maul, Dennett, ror Maul ports
(Claudlne's run), nt 5 p m
Schr Eclipse, Townsend. for Hawaii
and Mnul ports, at 5 p. in.
S S. Tnmplco, for Kahiilul
O &. O. S S Coptic, Hinder, for tui i
Orient, nt 4 p. m.
PASSENGERS AKRIVED. '
From Sun Francisco, per O S. O S.
S Coptic-, June J going tluougli to the)
Oilent For Yokohama Miss F S
Cozad. Miss Saiah Kills. Mis A J.
Harrell, J (1. Me)ers. Miss tf F..
McDongald Captain S Ohtn (' Pra
vlcux. 11 Shlrnsawn V ernet Mrs.
W II Worlc) For Kobe A J.
Iltilkic) Miss Sola T'vans. ftlss Annie
Hale. Miss E. P Swnitz Far Slmng
hnl Captain F A lllake-, Mrs F A.
Illake. Miss R Campbell Janssen Mrs.
A F Janes. Mrs M King Miss I, K.
K Muislmll. Mis C It O" I. car 5 nnd
child. W R Peck, Wm Ttoltz For
Hongkong P E. Dudley, A E.
Fcainle), Dr J C Holllstei' Mrs J.
C Holllster, Eugene Uebelhardt, P,
From Hawaii and Mnul port.?, per
stmr. Mauna Loa, Juno 3. Geo Daw
sun Mis. Dawson and two children;
F J. Amweg, .Mrs. E. Naanao Miss
A Anln, O. Memlcke'. K. J. Walter.
). 11. Agasslz. .Mrs. Agusslz, Mrs. F
Leslie and clillu. G K Wilder. F.
Klamp, Geo. Rodlck, Uong Ynun,
Woug Panap, M. McWayne, M, Mc
Chcsney, Miss Arnold, C. Stretkwnld,
Sister Uonaventura. C. B. Wells, W.
G. Scott. C Wald)er, John Leonard,
II A. lsenberg. II. Focke. A A. lien
son. C. P. Moise. Mrs. P Pnhl and
33 on deck.
For llllo nnd way ports, per stmr.
Klnau, June- .1. W. C. Vlda nnd wife,
Mrs. F H. Molon), Miss M. A Cham
berlain, Rev J II, Ilehreus, Majcu
Wood Rev. J P Erdmau, T. A Hu)s
und wife, Miss Humnmoto, W, C, Ko
nuke, Alex. Ileattle, Musters S. und ('.
Deacon. A (! Correa and wife. S.
Onoduru, It T Guard, Captain Julio
son J. S Emerson, J E. Hoclin Mrs.
G. E. Ackermann, Mrs. J II. Hrt
motul child nnd nurse; C. V, E. Dove.
E. M Watsjn. A. P Ourrc), O. R
Gru), Mr. Wilson. Melville Monsurratt,
U. II Case. P M. Me.Muhon, Miss G.
Dowsctt. Miss V Mnkee, W. R. Ha
ley. W. II. Coinvvell, R. R. Ilerg. O.
D. Stnnfoid, A N. Kcpolknl, .Mrs.
Alull und son, J. Lennox, Dr. Susmaun,
M Alexander und wile. C. W. Alien.
V. K. Macmllluu, Mis Jos. Luahlwa.
For Maul portB, per stmr. Mnul,
sailing this afternoon at 5 o'clock. C.
II Wells. Master F. B. Coffee, Dr. T.
Ucmurn, Mrs. J. VT. Kalua, Mrs, Ka
ne aloha and child, Miss Mary Nunes,
Mrs W. G. Scott, Mis. W. H. Hog
ers, O. II. Rogers, W. II. Crawford.
Moses Keohokalole, F. Garcia, wife
and child, Mrs Filler, children nnd
nurse, J M Coulson, T. J Havan. S
N Palmer, Enoch Johnson.
ROWE VS. 8TEPIIBN80N.
E. C. Rowe has brought suit against
Stanley Stephenson for a bill of ac
counting of partnership business. It Is
claimed by the plaintiff that since the
dissolution of partnership or himself
and Mr. Stephenson, the latter has col
lected certain monies In the name of
the former firm and that he refuses to
mako an accounting It is also claim
ed that there were certain collections
made previous to the dissolution ol
partnership which the defendant hat
also fulled to make an accounting foi
Tho police have ordered Russian nrt
dealers and booksellers to give a pledge
In writing that henceforth they will
not exhibit poi traits of Count Tolstoi
All postal cards bearing his pktuin
have been confiscated.
M. Hcnner, tho beptuagcnailuti
French artist, is still an active work
er und has several pictures almost
finished for the Salon Ills favorltu
pastime, when not painting, Is n game
- - UNDER MUSLINS
This week wo offer our drat Importation of underwear Just re
ceived from a maker of exclusively FINE GOODS.
These garments aro correct In every detail. The styles are origi
nal and refined Tho materials are soft, light weight nnd right for
this climate The laccs'and embroideries are high class and dainty.
Tho workmanship Is perfect
We mention a few of the night robes, but remind you thai we
have the petticoats, corset covers nnd drawers to matcli.
NAINSOOK Nlu'HT GOWN, square neck, short sleeves, tlTm- .
med with hemstitched tucks 0 1 (0
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low, round neclt short sleeves,
trimmed with Swiss hemstitched ruffles and bands ZiZO
NAINSOOK NIQHT GOWN, low, round neck, short sleeves,
yoke and torchon lace ZiQU
NAINSOOK NIOHT GOWN, short sleeves, klmona effect front, ..
with tucked )oko Zi (0
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck and short sleeves, trim- n
med with dotted Swlsi and wash ribbons OiUU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck, embroidery beading, with half
Incit wash ribbon, open work appllquo )oke, flowing short m nn
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOVN, low- neck and short sleeves, with . rn
band yoke and deepolglngs of Point elc Paris lace 4iOU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, lovv.sn.uare neck nnd short sleeves, trim
med with ombroldero Insertion over pink or liluo liberty -
satin ribbon 2 14 Inches wldo UiUU
There arc several si) les profusely trimmed with Normandy laces
and Insertions also somo very tasteful plain garments.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column See Page Six
TO LET You know that Pachcro's
Dandruff Killer feeds nnd nourishes
the hair and makes it grow. At
Union Barber Shop
NEW - TO-DAY
tjivi-n unde-trf i ipks if the
HONOLULU ATHLETIC CLUB,
Wednesday Night, June lliti,
AT 8 P. M.
A Scientific Exhibition of
BOXING FENCING WRESTLING
The b"st locaTToTW! will contest for
cash prizes and medals.
The event of the evening will Le n
10-rouud contest for points between
Lon Agnew and Jack Weedon.
Secure )oui seats early at
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
sn.vrs now on pale.
Neat and Handsome Designs
Made to Order.
63 Deretanla St., Near Punchbowl
'ALL PARTIES RESIDING IN THE
Hawaiian Islands having accounts
against t'10 undersigned are requested
to present the same before Juno 30 nnd
they will be paid Thl 3 fncludes all
accounts before and after I had gone
Honolulu June 3 1303.
WAtTD S. DARTLETT.
With S. I Shaw. 21C3-1W
IN THE CIRCUIT COLTRt OF THE
First Circuit Teirltory ot Hawaii At
Chamber, In Probate In tho Matter
ut the Estate of Lum Tuck joe, lata of
Ewn Oahu The last will and testa
ment ot said deceased, having been
presented to said Court, together wltn
a pct'itlju Tor the probate thereof, and
for tho Issuance of letters testamc.i-
tiiry to Lum Lnp Cheo having been
filed, notice Is hereby given that Mon
day, the 7th day of Jul), A. D 1903, at
10 o'clock a m ot said day. at the
court room of said court, at Honolul i,
Oahu be ami the same hereby Is np
I olnted the tlmo nnd place, for provlrg
said will and hearing aald aspllcatloi
Honolulu Ma) 30. 1902.
fit tho Court
2104 June 3. 10 J 7. 24.
Mr Tliuml1. Pitme ol B rmiMgliam hsjjanl
Hill tohiliHt auiurv- i,l pibln lerturra under the
jiitires ul ALOHA BK VNCII T s ncrv
lliuiMl.iy urnmi; - ) i p m al Arl M Hall (link
l Oiwra lluusj uutil further uHke A cordial
welcome Clttrlultf I In til
MRS l I) HI M1RILKS
l''i".i!em Aloha llr T s
MRS l Rl V ROW I Sl reury
8. C. ALLliN COMING.
Tho bark S C Allen when tho steam
ship Coptic left the Coast, was schedul
ed to sail from San Francisco foi Hono
lulu on May 2S, with the laigest gen
cral cargo that l,as been shipped to
tli tbe Islands in a sailing vessel In
many weeks She will also bilng nbout
Ufty head ot mules and horses.
a Steamship Trust
Tacoma, Wash., May 25. To pic
vent the Atlantic shipping trust from
obtaining control of traffic Interests
on the Asiatic coast eleven Japanese
steamship companies havo formed a
steamship combluc with headquarters
at Osaka. They now have about seventy-five
steamers In operation, 1 (in
ning from Japan to Important ports In
Siberia, Chlua and Formosa These
steamers have a registered tonnage of
nbout 120.000. Several of the con
stltticnt companies have-new vesjcls
Duplication of services at competi
tive ports Is to be stopped nnd all lm
portnnt lines strengthened by adding
additional steamers. In this manner
It Is expected to get the Asiatic coast
Ing trade thoroughly under Jnpancso
contiol. Iloth the Japanese Govern
ment and tho vessel owners arc cdx
lous that this trado shall bo dominated
by Japan. This docs not include clth
er of tho steamship companies operat
ing to San Francisco and Pugct
Sound Each company Joining has put
up a sum equal to one yen per regis
tered ton of Its fleet toward consum
mating tho combine project.
Stones are Thrown
at King and Queen
Naples, May 23. King Victor Em
manuel and Queen Helena arrived hero
this evening on their way to Palermo
to open the agricultural exhibition.
During tho stoppage of tho royal train
at tho arsenal here two stones vcro
thrown at the train by a man named
Vincenzo Gucrrerlo, who was Immedi
ately nrrcsted Gucrrerlo had previous
ly been convicted of theft. Tho as
sault resulted In a grent demonctra
tlon of loyalty toward tne King rnd
Queen b) the nssemblcd crowd.
WILL RACE THE METEOR.
London, May 24. Much Interest has
been aroused among yacTflsmen hem
by the Information that Emperor Wil
liam has determined to start his
American built )acht Meteor lu the
race fiom Heligoland to Dover, July
14, for tho coronation cup of GOO gui
neas. The Hrltlsh schooner )aclit Ce
cily, owned by Cecil Quciitln, designed
by William Fife and expressly built to
challenge the Meteor, being of about
tho same tonnage as the German Em
peror's at lit, and which was launched
Thursday at Southampton, has also
Simla, India, May 23. -With tho ob
ject ot proveutlng India from being
Hooded with "cartel" sugar, a bill has
been Introduced In the Indian Council,
empowering tho Indian Government to
Impose countervailing duty on boun
ded sugar until tho Urussols Conven
tion becomes effective. Sugar shipped
prior to May 2J will bo exempt.
Sealed tenders will bo received by
tho Superintendent of Public Worits nt
Honolulu until 12 in. or Friday Juno
20th 1902. for constructing Jailor's
Cottago at Lihue Jail, Kauai.
Plans and specifications on file In
office of Superintendent of Public
Works, nnd at Sheriff's office, Kauai
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
reserves tho right to reject any or all
bids JAIES II HOVD,
Superintendent of Public WorlvS.
May 29th, 1902.
65 Queen St.
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom. G5 Queen sticct, I
will sell nt Public Auction a very largo
qunntlty of Household Furniture, con
Ileds, bureaus, wasliBtands, tables.
Rockers, cTInlre, kitchen tallies,
Folding beds, wardrobes, shelves,
Cabinets, Ico boxes, pillows,
Mattresses, thread, candy.
Heel clothes, garments, groceries,
Men's hose, toilet soap, hats and
A largo quantiTJ' of high graTle now
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT
On Thursday, June 5th, 1902,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Irmgard wharf, foot of Nuuanit
street, Honolulu, T It, I will sell nt
Public Auction, for account of whom It
may concern, tho following goods, dam
aged by salt water on voyage of Impor
tation from Seattle ex S. S. Tamplc6,
Mohus & Mohus
Honolulu, T, II.
20 bbls. Key brand flour, more ot
23C bags, more or less, Walla Wal
la, straight grade flour.
473 bags, moro or less, Klond)ke
No, 1 patent flour.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE!! I
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price J9000; one halt c'asTi, bal
nnco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frontage on Klnau SC
tt 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet,
Dwelling comprises threo Dcdroomsi
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Hath,'
laigo Carriage IIouso. Prlco 14500.
Terms, ono-half cash; balance on
n ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent not, Tho lot
tins a right ot way entranco to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
94000. One half cash, balance on
mortgago at 7 1-2 per cont net. Has
right of way to Deretanla St
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St