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EVKNINO IIULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY. Jt'NR 1902
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E. O. HALL fir SON, Ltd:,
NEW UUILD1NG, CORNHR PORT AND KING STREETS.
AT END OF TERM
(Continued irom page 1.)
Master nn a mnp diawn on tlio Mack
After this, a .horns of about twenty,
ni mo wiper gins nsceniieii ine piai- (
.l"red -Ali Tilings are He "itlful
Mm-ll nnnlniKP wn. nrr..r,le,l ti'mn,
At the cud of this song, twelve small 'marked that In the du.8 when mli-nt
plrls dressed In white with red and made right there was no need of sstai
white lets on their heads filed upon the, utcs. The Court further asked Mr.
platform and recited "Who's Afraid ln Douthitt If. under such n mittimus us
tne nark, accompanying the i eclta
tlnu with appropriate and amusing ges
The pUno duet lilih followed was
recled with nniili appl.ii.se as was!
also the following number, where a I
small Hawaiian girl g.ie a sliort reel-:
tatiou wltli mucli spirit. Another u-cl-
tatlon "Two Little Sunbeams" follow
.w, ivuiiririi iij a iiiiiuMt-r mi ine gino
Among; the rest of the nnnibeis on
the program, a Japanese tong rendeieil
by two little Japanese maidens. Ulcus
ed piettlly In kimonos, was a veiy
unlqun featuie anil was reiehed with not send a ronvlit to the Heformaior)
incin enthusiastic .tVpUuse. School.
The recitation of "IMul Iteerc- Mr. Ooutliltt answered Ivcause the
Ultta" by about twenty .it Is. In ui.ison. e mmtmmln ,0 , -was
exceedingly well performed nnd . . .,,,..,,,
wai. a striking example of what t.arc. ; ''"-matory bchool into the ccluslvo ju
ful and successful work the teachers Hwlletlon of the district magistral i-i.
of the temlnaiy hae performed so as "Could lie send the prisoner to Hll'J
to enable such a number of glils of vu- Jail?" Inquired the Court,
rlous nationalities to render the fa- -i UilnR he could," was the rey'y.
...ui.b iwiiuv.uu in u manner wmicii
would have done credit to any school
on the Mainland.
by a single young Hawaiian girl wa,
i.erfor.i ,, .. Ilk,. ,r..,n.Ji,l m,.n..r
i i if rnri iiiiiiiii fir in iiiiin i invii-
with pathos and expression
The recitation of the sewing class,
seven little tots with their sewing bagi
who went through a thorough explana
tion of all the Intricacies of sewing
which they bad mastered. was very well
A Chinese song was rendered by four
young Chinese girls attired In the rich
Orient, I costume of their homeland.
The song was. like the Japanese song, 4
ery Interesting performance.
The songs ending the program, sunn
by a full chorus of girls, were all verj
pretty and exceedingly well rendered.
The program In full was us follows;
Song Hark, Hark My Soul
I'salm 19 Gloria.
Lord's Prayer Chanted In Hawaiian.
Story of Jesus' Life.
Song All Things Are Heautlful.
Kccltation Who's Afraid In the Dark!
Itecltatlon Two Little Sunbeam.
Itecltatlon Paul Ilevcre's Hld.
Fly Little Birds.
Itecltatlon ln School Day.
Recitation Sewing Clas.
Song Ktenlug Shadow.
Recitation Orandpa's Olassr.
Recitation The Parts of the Ilody.
Song Maka Polal.
Song Aloha Oe.
At the completion of the program,
Rev. 0. H. Gullck called the attention
of the audience to the drawing nnd
sewing exhlbitB which were placed In
the room. The drawings were hung In
a long line along the wainscoting of
the hall. They almost without excep
tion gavo evidence of careful and thor.
ough teaching and In several cases,
more the mark of considerable talent.
The sewing exhibits were a credit In
the girls who made them as well as to
their teacher. Miss Van Anglen. The
Pratt Institute system Is used In thu
The collection of mats, fans and other
articles mado out of lauhnla. formed a
pretty and Interesting exhibit. The
articles are well made, seeming to us
even more neatly braided than tlioie
generally seen. The braided aitlclcs
arc for salo
After viewing the exhibits, the audi
ence Joined the girls In the garden for
a sociable time. Captain Merger and
the band were In evidence and ren
dered several selections, silting under
one of the large trees in the grounds.
At noon tho girls nnd their guests
adjourned to the festive boa id w line a
fine luncheon was enjoyed.
There Is a revival of Interest In old
fashioned cameo Jewelry this year.
One of the large manufacturing Jewel
ry houses In New Voik says that It has
done more work altering ami restoilni;
old cameo Jewelry this winter than II
has for twenty ye.us.
Recent experiences In Colchester, En
gland, havo onco moie demonstrated
the value of antitoxin as a remedy for
diphtheria. In n total of 2&G patients
only S.G per cent of the antitoxin cases
died, while of those treated by other
methods, 28.9 per cent succumbed.
keeps the clothes from getting wrink
led onil mnkis nn Ideal closet. Tho
only practical closet Bet innmifnetured
nnd made either for ludlen ur gentle
men. Set consisting of 21 pieces ct.ly
(Continued from page 1.)
the prisoner to the custody of the IIU'I
Sheriff to carry out the sentence what-1
ever It might be.
Mr Ualll rKpl, ,,mt ,1(1 cnCl, o(
'"" 8,u,,,,," ,nn"1' " 'nce and ;
I"" - ' C""rt. addressing Mr. DolltMtt. It-
that In cpiestlon. the High Sher.lf
t.llfrttt fir.t tl.itnln ihn ui.e,i,.ni. I. .I.
""" ; " ,...."mw ... ...,
J,r- I'outhltt thought not and nai
giving his reasons when Mr. I)als In ,1
terrupted by asking In a high key:
"Wliat light lias the High Sheriff In
(slKnal, ,,, ,, of conflnpmpmj
Walt n moment. Mr. Doutliltt, he wnti tludy refused to work. It was attempt
going on. led to get him out but ho balked contili-
ioii wait a moment, Mr. Daus, the i
Court lntenened. .ludgo dear wanted
(o know- why tin- High Sheriff com
"llccause the law gives the prisoner
absolutely Inn the eutod of the,ull ot f,,ow "P ln anything HUo her
I Mull Klierilr. I iiiivm rminil nn mfriv
" "' '"- """' ' 0-"' I'"-
I do not think he Is bound lo keen nrls-
oueiH lii the penitentiary. It Is jliuo- '
lutely Immaterial wheru the scutum a
Is carried out, under our statutes." '
"So much the worse for (he laws oft
this Tenltoiy." Interjected Mr. Divls. I
"Well, go to the Legislature and
have the momeiided,' retorted the Aa
slstnnt Attorney (icnenil. 'There, -vu
other statutes needing amendment."
Mr. Dnvls was checked by the CouM
on proceeding to argue, when he aalcj
repoiters were piesent and they nl
ways took down Interruptions by Mr
Davis but were silent as to others.
"I wlBh the Court would restrain the
Impetuosity of Mr. Douthitt," he rfmll
iugly lemaiked. "The gentleman fioin
California needs It as much us I."
Judge dear. In nn undurtone, said lm
hoped the reporters would tnko down
the word "Impetuosity." lie went ou
to say that wheie there was no stating
the common law governed. The quel
tlon ln this case wns what was the law
Mr. Douthitt said the California mit
timus had Us form from what thu stut
utc dlrecteu. Thcie being no statute,
on the subject here, common luw sus
tallied the practice In the Orlemoii
ense decided by theTiawalluii Supremo
Cciuit. It wns there held that the
High Sheriff could execute the dia'h
penalty at any place within his cili
action when the sentence was sllenl
In that regard. However, lie asked l-n
a recess until 2 o'clock this afternoon,
when he would endenvoi to show ihq
common law. It was then after 1J
Mr. nrooks presented the case It
the prisoner cm the ground of Illegali
ty of trial, In that thu pilsoner was
tiled before Judge Gear while .Indus
Humphreys wns conducting another
ti In at term. He claimed that falluie
on the part of respondent to mako ro
tin ri on this point constituted an ad
mission of the allegations In tho pfH
Mr. Douthitt exclaimed, on the ref
ere nee to two trials at once: "I sun
pose, then, that the trial before Jiulgi
Humphreys was legal while that bc
foro Judge Gear was Illegal!"
Mr. Bioofcg declined to go to far aj
Thn hearing wns continued until 2
PAREWcLL TO FBNWICK.
The numbers of thu Scottish This
tle Club met In the club loom In tho
Progress block Inst night for n fart
well to James V. Fcnwlck, who lea.'os
in tho Auiangl tuday lor a four months'
nratlou. nt his homo iu Scotlidd
Chief Rae presided and a very enjoy
able evening was spent with bong nnd
Mr Fcnwlck Is an enthusiastic mem
ber of the club, and his fellow 'Scot
ties" nro unanimous In wishing him
"bon voyage," a pleasant holiday nnd
a speedy return.
HNS II BADIY
LAST WORKING OUT DAY
WAS NOT A SUCCESS
Weller Refused To Go a Step-Oak
Grove and Billy Lemps
The entries for the harness events
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club's laiei
which will soon take place, will clou
tin next Monday afternoon. Tho -los
Inn of tho entries for the running race
has been extended until Saturday alt
eruoon In order to give 0. S. MoKenz'es
of Hito a chance to enter ins horses 111
The entiles for the harness cvmU
will probably be ns follows:
rree-for-nll Waldo J., Wayboy. Ed
(ientlemen's driving ra"e SfMri
ploiigii. Edna (1.. Finnic Murphy, 'Wen-n-l.lttle,
Violin, Abdlne. Tout. Los Aii
Hawaiian bled Edith II., Ilosi.c'l,
Jr.. I.eahl. Madeline.
2. SO class Albeit M.. Oak Gimo.
Hilly Letups. Stvnmploiigii,
.;.4 class Dlicc tress, Edun ., l.os
Angeles. Stea.nplough. Oak Grove. Cy
2:U i lass Abdlne, Wayboy, Violin,
This morning the dual work-out-)
took place on the track and hereafter
the horses will only be jogged for ex
ercise. The illuming was Just nil Ideui
day Tor tlio woili, being uluuist swcl
terlugly not. but somehow or oilier
llieie seemed to be n hoodoo of Jonio
kind abroad, as most or Qu horses per
formed In a most sinful manner.
To start the ball lolllug, Weller posl
ually and he wns finally taken bin ; lo
bis stable as uolhiug could he noun
Waldo J stepped a mile in 2:21. IK'
worked very badly, however, bieal.lng
no less than Ihe times.
Cyclone .-nun; out lame ns eer. il.i
was w oiked with another horse for tl e
first time and kept bieaklug continual
ly. It Is possible that his game I"?
was bothering him some and that this
i caused his had behavior.
Abdfne was worked for n mile, but
""'; and Hilly l.emps w.ie
'worked together stepping tho mllo In
3J. 2 32 and 2 25.
,,,,,.. i,1.illlon nf , slr.lmn.
Iwahinl fell from the upper de.k ol
the steamer shortly after uoo.i today,
' dropping ten or Iwche feet on to t lie
"laln (ll'l'k- "1b hack struck n lllght ot
i "' ,n lm" orl ""'"ny nn-i ills neaii
Einic-K wig corner ui a piece ox staging
that was lying against the tJile of tuw
house. Brighton was stunnd by the
fall and was unconscious for several
I'pon regaining consciousness,
Urightton remarked, "Did I fall?"
While the fireman Is badly bruised It
Is nut thought that his Injuries aie In
any way serious. No one taw him fall
nnd Brighton could clve no clear ex
planation of how the accident occur
red. The vessel was lying at Hit
Oceanic wharf at the time.
John Freltns, a nlnc-yeiir-old Portu
guese lad, was anestcd yesterday on
the charge of larceny In the second de
greo by stealing a bicycle belonging to
K. A. Mott-Smith. Thu owner did not
rare to have the boy prosecuted. When
the defendant appealed In the Police
Court this forenoon, he confessed hav
ing taken tho bicycle. The mother was
culled up and she stated that her son
was Incorrigible. She had administered
many spankings but thebc seemed to
do him no good whateier. Judge Wil
cox told her to take the boy home and
If the peislsted In stealings things to
present him before the court again.
The next time would result In a trip
to the reform school.
IMtOGItAM OF LCCTURI18.
The semi-annual program of the lee
tuies to be given at the meetings of tun
Ministerial Union has Just appealed.
The following lectures, remain to be
June It! i:-angellcal Worl; Among th
Rev. A, V. SoarcB.
Jul) and August No Meetings.
Sept. 8. The Influence of Hawaiian
Character on tb.6 Anglo-Saxou Ele
ment In these Islands.
Rev. 0. II. Gullck.
Sept. 22 The Place of Christian Ex
perience In the Preaching of the Gos
pel. Rev. J. Leadlngham,
The program committee consists nf
Rev. J. Leadlngham, Rev. W. II, Kite..
Rev. J. p. Erdman.
Thirteen Chinamen appeared In th
Police Court yesterday forenoon aud
afternoon on tho charge of gambling.
When asked to plead, they remained
mute, and a plea of not guilty was entered-
by the court. It was claimed by
F. M. Biooks. attorney for the defense,
that there had been an illegal aru-it,
no complaint signed by tlio District
Magistrate having been prepared pre
vious to tho arrest. A motion to dls
rhnrgo on this contention wns over
ruled hit the defendants weie later on
found not guilty and discharged.
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a n. a ai p m
Monday .. ..
O lb, t tit, 8 $
1 tj B S
48. 1 46
8 ft 10 t
I t I
S 9 10
!", v U
6 t tl 1
New moon on the 5th at "'41 p. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and (leodetlc Survey Tablos.
The tides at Kahulut and lillo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Weather llureau, l'uiiuhou. Jun 1.
'lenipciature Morning lnlnlniuni,
71 ; Mldda maximum, k'i.
UaiomertCT at 11. in. 23.Si Hlslnj
Dew Point TOF.
Humidity nt y a. 111. 7" por c-'iil.
niamonil Head Signal Stail'in. Jui.
4. Wentlicr clear; wind light '.V
Wednesday. June I.
C.-A. II. M. S. S. Aoransl. Phillips,
from Sdney (May 19), Brisbane (22)
and Suva, Fiji. (27); docked at S
n. in. wllh two i-nblu passengern nnd
sixteen tons freight for Honolulu unci
124 passengers for Vancomer 'mil
Vlcloiln. Sails hence today at 3.3't p
in., nt P. M. Wharf.
Stint. Iwahinl, Greene, from Ktlaueo,
nt i! a. m., with 4IMI2 bags sugar.
Stmr. Mlkalmla, Gregory, from Un
ion, nt 1.10 n. in., with 1450 hags of
Am. hi.. Oregon, Parker, 72 dayi
fioin Newcastle, with coal.
Stmr. I.cliiia, Naopnla, fiom MoloL.il
ports, nt ! a. m.
Tuesday. June .1.
Str. Kauai, Bruhu. fur Lahalnu.
Kunnapiili and Punuliiu. at 5 p. in.
Str. James Mukee, Tullett. for Ka
lian. Hanulel, Kallhwiil uud Kllauca, at
4 p. in.
Str. Mual, l Bennett, for Muul
poits. at 3 p. m.
Str. W. 0. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai pints, ut .' p. 111.
(Inso. sclir. Eclplsc. Townsciid. for
Kiiuniikakal, Kanialo. Labulna, Klhel
nnd Maktua. at .1 p. m.
Am. bktn. S. G. Wilder. JaiUson. for
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, for thn
Orient, nt 4 p. ni.
TO SAIL TODAY.
C.-A. It. M. S. S. Aurangl, Phllllpa
for Vancouver nnd Victoria, fiom P. M.
wharf, at 3:30 p. 111.
Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for l.'a
miiiiaulit. Ahuklnl, Hleele and Kolon.
at . 11. 111.
G. N. S. 8. Tnmplco, Reed, for Knhu
Inl, nt 4 p. in,
For Kauai pons, per str. W. 0. Hall,
June 3- Mrs. Holdsworth, Mrs. W. Ka-
hiniro, I). II. Macounchle, C, N. Splro,
C. Knockstudt, Mrs. D, B. Maconachle.
From the Colonies, per S. S. Aoran-
gl, Juno 4. J. Bowling nnd J. Sunder
Fiom Kuunl ports, per stmr. Mlknlui
In, June 4. F. Gay, C. Bradley, Miss
F. KukaTeukl. C. H. Hoffgard. F. Fa
xon, 11. T. Hn)seTden and 17 deck.
For Vancouver 11 nd Victoria, per C
A. S. S. Aoiangl. sailing today at .'.'3D
p. in. Mrs. Adams and two children,
Mrs. Judges and two children, Ella V.
Nelbel, Miss Tnmate. Mrs. G. S.
Wntrrhouse. Miss F. M. Carter, Ml?s
11. L. Young, Mrs. J . S. Mulrhend and
three children. John Hnwke and wl'o,
1.. L. Mc-Taggart, Mrs. C. Amcmann
and three children, Mr. and Mrs. John
I). Waldion and child, A. Ilenviu,
.Misses It. and L. llltts, J. F. Max
field. L. 8. Mathews, J. F. Fenwlck,
Valentine Itodrlgiies, Mrs. Rodrigues,
E. P. Maria and wife. Dr. and Mrs.
Savory and two children, Mrs George
GUI, Mis. Clirlbtley and two chlllren,
Mrs. R. M. Plstolest, I. Gonsalves,
Charles MelneelVe, E. Hughes, Dr. and
.Mrs. Burns nnd two children, Mr. nnd
.Mrs. W. C. Bechert, John Thompson,
V. G. Ilk hey. O. It. Irdan. George
Dawson, J. R. Hlgby, A. I. Hendnck,
J. 8. Lewis, Frank Lewis, Dr. unci
Mrs. James Finney, Antono Deal, J,
Mathews, G. C odd man. Miss L. S.
Mothews, J. M. Harrow, J. W. Ehlo
F. C. Holland, Robert Brown. Mrs.
J. Shnman nnd chllfl, Kltaro Mat.vuo,
H. Obata, George II. Blackwell, R,
CALLAHAN TO JAIL.
John Callahan, the vagrant who was
urrcsted the other night and who
claimed that he had gone to the police
station for a night's lodging on the
itch Ice of someone at the Y. M. C. A
appeared In the Police Court this fore
Felix, tho Y. M, C. A. Janitor, was
the only witness for tho prosecution.
He stated that he had seen Callahan
at the Y. M. C. A. three or four times.
On the Inst occasion (Saturday), the
fellow had told him he had come here
as a stowaway In the Sonoma some
thiee weeks ago. It was his Intention
to go on to Austrnlla but he had been
put off heie. He had no place to Btay
mid had been sleeping aiound In somo
of the lumber yards until he had been
put out by the night watchmen. Hn
had told the man to lay the matter -foie
the High Sherlrf but had said
nothing about n night's lodging. Cal
lahan whs sentenced to a month's Im
prisonment nt haul labor. In the mean
time, an attempt will be mndo by thn
police to find the fellow n beith In
some ship leaving for the Coast,
- - UNDER MUSLINS
This week we offer our first Importation of underwear Just re
ceived from a maker of exclusively FINE GOODS.
These garments nro correct In every detail. Tho styles arc origi
nal nnd refined. Tho materials are soft, light weight and light for
this" clinnte. Tho lacosand embroideries arcs high class and dainty.
Tne workmanship Is perfect.
We mention a few of the night robes, hut remind you thai we
havo the petticoats, corset covers nnd drawers to mate!..
NAINSOOK NlS'rlT GOWN, square neck, short sleeves, ttlm- .
med with hemstitched tucks Ol 1 0
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low, round neck sliort sleeves,
trimmed with' Swiss hemstitched ruffles and hands ZiZO
NAIN3O0K NIGHT GOWN, low. round neck, short sleeves, n rn
yok and torchon lace ZiUU
"NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, short sleeves, klmona effect ftont, ..
with tucked yoke Z. IU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck and short sleeves, trim- p
mod with dotted Swiss and wash ribbons OiUU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck, embroidery heading, with half
Inch wash llhhon. open work nppllquo yoke, flowing short
sleeves ' 4iUU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GO.VN, low neck nnd short sleeves, with . n
band, yoke and deep edgings of Point do Paris laco Hi OK
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low.sciuaie neck nnd short sleeves, trim
md with embrolderol Insertion over pink or hluo liberty -
Fat in nlilnn 2 1-4 Inches wide OiUU
Thre aic aov ral styles pro.'usely trimmed with Normandy loces
and ins-rtl m a'.so somo very tasteful plain garments.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
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For Want Column 5ce Page Six
WANTED An exp--il-iued man lor
dellvcrj wag.in Call at Merclnnts'
Parcel Dell ery. Bethel St.
DRAKE, bee md-hind wanted: mint ue
strong nnd In good order: stnle
price. 3 Cottage Grove. King St.
PIANO FOR SALE Good second
hand upught p'ini for sale cheap.
Call at th." El Prmero block, cor.
nerelscia and Alikea Sts.; Inquire
for Miss McKonzie 2103-lw
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 41
hors"p wer gasoline engine. In
perfect condition Apply to M. I..
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Ci Ltd., telephone white
2?2I or to Cistle & Lansdale. Stan-g-nwalil
FOUNTAIN PEN On Fort St. Re
ward lor return to 3 Mclntyre Bldg.
W. C Weodon 2103-31
SILK DAG fall 3 Mtlntyro Bids.,
prove propert and pay charges. Wal
ter C Weedon 2103-3t
Given un.lt-the Utpkes if the
HONOLULU ATHLETIC CLUB,
Wednesday Night, June llth,
AT 8 P. M.
A Scientific Exhibition ot
DOXING FENCING WRESTLING
Tho bo.,t lo.aT talon's will contest for
cash prizes aud medals.
Thu event of the evening will be a
10-roiind content for points between
Lon Agnsw and Jack Weedon.
Secure your seats early at
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
8BATS NOW ON PALU.
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full line Junt received, ranging
In prices from $1.00 to
$7.30 ncp set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
The weekly edition of the Evonlncj
Bulletin Is tne largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
N0TED ARTIST DEAI)
Paris, .May 20. Jean Joseph Ben-
Jaijiln Constant, the painter, Is dead.
Jean Joseph Benjamin Constant :3i
one of the greatest portrait painters ol
niodorn times. Ills boat-known vrrk
Is his full dress picture of Queen Vic
toria on her throne In Hi? House ol
Constant, who was horn nt Paris ln
IS 13. at an early age developed u tasto
for art. His ambitions were opposed
by his parents, but he was ilnnlly per
mitted to enter the Academy In Tou
louse. Ills progress here was so rapid
that he was soon sent to the Ecoln des
Beaux Arts of Paris. He worked In
the studio of Cabanel and In 1SG9 ex
hibited his first picture, "Hamlet and
the King." The next two years li
spent In the French army.
After the close of the wnr he went
to the Orient and here It was that his
leal talent was shown. Ills first suc
cess was "Mahomet II Entering Con
stantinople." "Prlsoncis In Morocco"
and "Women of the Harem" followed
and gained him universal recognition.
In 1878 ho wns given the Cross of the
Legion of Honor, nnd In 18S9 his pathe
tic picture of Beethoven playing the
"Moonlight Sonata" obtained the gold
medal of the Salon. Four years latei
he was made a member ot the Institute
The last years of his life were devot
ed to portrait painting.
Constant made three visits to New
York. During his stays he painted tho
portraits of the late Sir Julian Paunce
tote. Jay Gould, Stephen 11. Elklns, Mrs,
Potter Palmer and many others. Somo
of his Interior decorative work may bi
seen In homes In Boston and New York,
Constant wns a man of broad views
and wldo sympathies. In his opinions
he was firm. In conception and execu
tion ho was at the head of his profes
sion. London, .May 24. The Dally News
claims to give tho Boer peace demands
First Either nn Immediate grant of
belt-government, or, falling that, to fix
a date for tho establishment of self
Second In case self-government be
defened, then the Boers should bn en
titled to advise with their temporary
Tlhrd Amnesty for tho rebels.
Fourth Permission to retain thclt
rlllcs for defense against the natives.
Fifth Permission to retain their
Sixth A guarantee that the native!
should not be treated upon an equality
with white men.
Seventh That no limit shall be plac
cd upon the money for rebuilding and
rc-stocklng the farms.
Tho Dally News Is of the opinion that
with the exception Iu the matters of
self-government, the retention of sad
die horses nnd the light to advise with
their rulers, the answers to these ds
niands will gcueially be of acquis
i i i
GAMBLER JELLS OUT
New York. May S3. Richard Can-
field, king of the New York gambling
fraternity, has sold his palatial dens
Heie to Frank Fan ell, gambler, turf
man nnd Tammany mogul, for $750,-
000. Canfleld. It Is declared, was forc
ed to sell or run the risk of blackmail
and competition by the Tammany out-
lit. Canfleld a main establishment Is
furnished with paintings worth a tor-
tune. Only men who can afford to lose
thousands In a night have the entree
thereto. Tho main entrance Is from
a swell Fifth avenue restaurant. It
was In this den that young Reginald
Vanderbllt lost over IMO.OuO at iou-b-tte.
The principal games are faro
Cuntlcld Is on art connoisseur. Ills
profits liae been enormous and he Is
rated as several tlinei a inllllonali
His tastes run to better things and ho
Is glad to yield lo the Tammany gam
Six elephants, six tlgeis. six leop
arils, six antelopes, COO monkeys, a
lurge number of snakes and small blnU
form part of the cargo of the steamer
Silesia, whoch has left Singapore for
Now York by way of Hamburg.
, miT II BOERS WMT
65 Queen St.
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT
On Thursday, June 5th, 1902,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho Irmgard wharf, foot ot Nuuanti
street, Honolulu, T. II., I will sell nt
Public Auction, for nctouut of whom It
may concern, the following goods, dam
aged by salt water on voyngo of Impor
tation trom Seattle ex S. S. Tnmplco,
Mohns & Molina
Honolulu, T. II.
20 bbls. Key brand flour, more o:
23C bags, moro or less, Walla Wal
la, straight grade flour.
473 hags, moro or less, Klondjki)
No. 1 patent flour.
On FRIDAY, JUNE Bttl
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salesroom, C3 Queen St., I will
sell nt Public Auction a large quantity
of n general lino of Household Furni
Beds, Ilnreaun, Washstands, Tables,
Ilockers, Chairs, Chiffoniers,
Ice Boxes, Towels, Bed Linen.
Jae F. Morgan.
Auction Sale ,
On Tuesday, June 101b,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the Irmgard wharf, foot of I7uunnu
street, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of Mr. A. N. Campb'cil, treasur
er Hawaiian Navigation Co., Ltd., the
gasollno schooner "Eclipse," fully
equipped for aervlcc. This Includes
ropes, anchors, chains, tackle, side
lights, boats, etc., etc.
Terms cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
Ing residence of C. Ilustace Esq.; 130
feet on Beretanla otrcot, 171 'cet
deep; prlco (9000; ono-half cnsTi, Gl
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 253 Klnau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property ban a frontage oa Klnau St.
tt 115 feet and a depth ot 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Bath,
la i so Carriage House. Prlco 14500.
Terras, ono-half cash; balance on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 por cent net. Tho lot
has a right of way entrance to Here
THIRD rrcmlsea on Klnau 8t. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
IOC feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$1000. One-half cash, balance on
n-ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right ot way to Beretanla St,
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN,
85 Queen St
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