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EVENING BULLETIN, nONOLTTLU. H. T., THURSDAY, JUNi: G, 1902.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:,
NUW BUILDING, COItMUR FOIST AND KING STRIiETS.
ALBATROSS 13 BACK
FROM LAYSAN TRIP
(Continued from pace 1 )
leaking iw) sllghtl) and that then
.vas mi i 'iiKur
Tli- Mhntr... ,et,irn. fmm it rl .
of seven, weeks to l-aaii anil other
mall Islitiil near here Shu pierced
od f loin this port to Lay sail Island,
soundings being taken nil the aj at
n dlfnnic of about every twenty-llva
At I.ayaan Island some of the selen
tints went ashore ami camped there,
while other members of the expedition
stayed on board during the night, go
Ing ashore during the adytlme.
A stay oi about eight days vim made
there, .luring which lime the expcdl
tlon made a complete survey of flie isl
mid and studied the animal life.
The season was a good one for the
stud of the bird life of Uiysnn Tlia
nlbatiOHs had oung cues about two-,
thirds grown nnd the various other
birds, smli as boobies, teins and oth-
eis. were also bringing up their feath.
I)r Alexander remarks upon the fact
mat l..ian Is the only Island in that
region of the I'acltlc whole birds strict
ly belongiiig To the laud can be fountk
Of these there Is one species w hlch ID
size and color resembles the canary
and a red bird which Is ery pretty.
While this work was veins carried
on nshore, tho sounding and Hulling
work was carried -on with some meas
ure of success, quite a number of spec
imens being obtained.
While on I.asan thu expedition ls
Itcd Max S-chlemnier, the representii
the of ilackfeld & Co., who looks after
the firm s Interests on the Islfftd. They
report that he Is qulto wolf and happy.
Ills wife has Just left this port in thu
bark Cclon on her way to f.aysan,
whwe she will share the lonesomti
Upon lca Ing Uysan. tho Albatross
xlsited the Dow sett and Marrow reefs
On her way there an extensive and
heretofore undiscovered bank was
found to the south and southeast ol
I.aysan. This bank, which Is covered
with about twenty fathoms of water,
was surveyed by the Albatross, which
steamed ever It for about six milts.
The French Frigate shoal was next
visited and a Hta of about a clay made.
The vessel then steamed on to Ncckcr
Island, out' ns the wind was from an
unfavorable quarter, no landing could
Do made thero.
The officers of the vessel report that
the tall flagstaff left there by the Brit-
Ish survey party Is still standing.
This Island Is entirely uninhabited,
There aro no springs on the Island, but
It Is said that fresh water can he oh -
talned from drippings In a certain
cave. As this cave has to be approach-
4ed by water, however. It Is the opinion
of the members of the expedition that
It would be rather ticklish work to get
The Albatross also visfled lllrd Isl
and, where a landing was effected and
a stay of a day made. Specimens wera
secured here as well -as at thu other
places where the vessel called.
Altogether the expedition brings
hack with It about 150 bird skins and
numerous marine specimens.
While the members of thu party of
scientists characterize the trip as a
most interesting one, the vessel' crew
Is glad to get back from tho uninhabit
ed Islands. Hvery one Is well on hoard
Including the famous goat which hai
picked up considerably and Is getting
fat and sleek. Ho originally camn
from tho Philippines and the tropical
weather evidently ngrees with him.
The story of tho Martlnlquo disaster
was news to those on board tho Al
batross and great Interest was evinced
In It, esnccinlly by the scIentNs No
signs of the outbreak had been notices
by those 1 n board.
It Is extremely Important that thfl
bottles and glasses of the sick room and
nursery should be thoroughly clean,
which Is often a dlllltult matter b
cause nf the shapeB of the vessels A
brush recently Invented has n great nil
vantago In that It consists of two parts
which are pivoted so that It is posslhls
to reach all the interior corners nnd
crevices. The matter of complete
cleansing of tho bottles used In sterlll
zatlon Is of the utmost Importance,
for a few particles allowed to remain
In the hottln will undo all the advap
tages of tho sterilization operation.
UiTm the tlnthes from setting wrmk
It'll niul makes an Idcnl closet. Tlio
only prat thai closet not manufactured
anil mailo either for ladles or gentle
men Set consisting of 21 pltcts ct.ly
(Continued from page 1.)
Iieiins on the tine and I he Hunt Is stfll
doweling pioruscls As the boms aie
" "1 W" ""'J UlltUIUll) ol ary
'" 'lva mil the oldest ones nie about
eight Inthe-t Iouk two inches shortei
than the maximum limit set b) thu
bolnn) quoted fium In tlie beginning
ol this article.
Mr Mtlntre had the following to
sn uftel a number of questions had
been iroioiini!ed to lilui
"It Is ui oidnlou that the plant will
go 1 1 Klit 'n blossoming indctlultely so
that In (ase theic happened to be a
large tiatt planted with theso vines
the beans uiulil bo gathered right
iihuig lor an InilclTiiitc' space ol time
'There If no doubt wlmtevcr In m
uilud tint the aullla bean will thrive
in thf8 roumiJ 1 ,m. KUell ,, molo
,,, lht. nl,,nn attention to this
,imnt thu u sec anil ct It has el.l
,, 8,i,.(,(1 u,mle. ?; ,rlvK i1!m,
hvvn u,mrlvd , aml nI1j(1Ill. ,mIl, ,,,,
,,.,. t() . ,,nnt
' I am til tho oilnloii that the vanilla
plant would grow hettei In higher and
more moist places, and If propeil cm
I lor there is no leason wli) Hawaii
should not lalse for the market a prod
nit as fine as the Melxcau bean which
I bellcu'. is considered the erv best
there Is and bilngs ?2U a pound
"It Is a peculiar fact that while ill
the nathe haunts of the plant, it grows
in the bImiIc. It would not do at all well
in this country with too much shada.
As ou ee, the plant which wu hau
here Is right out In the blazing sun all
day long and jel it setnis to the good
"1 have noticed this londitlon of nf
lairs with rennet I to other plants, no
tnbly the tomato. In the old lonntrr.
the tomato will grow Id a hot-house
and here It will not. In order to rnlsn
this plant successfully. It must bu
rM mlt in ,ho )l0t ,,,, n)1 lnv jon
Why more sunshine should be reciulr
L.,i iu.r0i 1B ft Lroulem which I have not
et been ablo to ferret out, but I know
that such a condition of affairs dues ex
ist I believe, then, that tho vanilla
plant grown In semi-shaded places
sin h as on Tantalus, would jield tho
Mr. Mclntyre and tho reuorter then
sat down nnd figured out that A thou
snnd plants could be set out In 0111
acre of laud, plunilng them at a ills-
tame of six feet, one from the otfie-,
At tho cni 01 nnout two years. Judging
train the results attained M Mr. Da
mon's place In Moanalua. at least two
pounds could be gathered fiom each
vine. At 3 per pound, the amount
paid for the very poorest article that
' has been produced (and Hawaii can
'certainly do better than that), there
would bo a handsome sum of $10,000
.lomlng to thn planter. This Is, it will
be seen. Inking things at tiio very low-
est estimate. Over 1100 plants could
be set out In one acre and ccrtalnlv
more than $L could he secured for th
Hawaiian product, per pound
I.nthunlnntH on tho subject nf the
vanilla bean stnte that In order In
start the lndury In tho Islands, tho
Government must como to the assist
mice of the would-ho planters. It is
further stated thnt the InBett that fer
tilizes the plant must ho Imported Into
tho country.for the method of hand fer
tilization wouiu involve an expense
each year that would cnt up a large
amount of tho profits of tho Industry
for men who un'lerstanit just what
they nre doing must bo employed and
good salaries would havo to he paid
Once 3tartcd here It is believed that
the Industry would in a few yenrs
como to be ono of Iho best-paying In
the Islands nnd would become tho
source of large Incomes to many small
fsimers who have como to Hawaii to
An Invention has Just been completed
ny I'ror C 1. Anthony. San Diego
Cut by which the Immense kelp beds
of the ocean nre to be utilized In tho
manufacture of paper The Invention
consists of taking the seaweed and
forming Into a pulp, from whlth paper
of the finest quality can be manufactur.
ed, equal even to the finest linen paper.
which, though n product of the chem
ist's laboratory It greatly resembles
Not only has Prof Anthony succeeded
In making n suitable paper pulp from
kelp, hut he declares hat tho pulp cen
be produced nt SO per cent of the coit
of other pulp.
ffi $5(11 MID
Washington, Mny 23 In Zamboan
go ptovlnce, l.uzan, a prjminent Kill
pluo named Mldell proved a worm
friend of the Americans during tho
trouble of lti9i. He not only used till
Influent e for peace, but headed otf an
incipient insurret tlon and turned oer
to the American authorities 300 rifles
seven machine guns and 27,000 rounds
of ltemitigton ammunition. The enly
reward ever given for this was his
temporary appointment as Presldento
of Znmboango, though other Filipinos
were paid at the rate ol" So pesos fof
lach gun turned in Mldell not only
aided the Americans In eery possible
way, but embraced American ideas
and sent his son Arthur to California
to be educated The lad went to Dork
ell- where he is now In n preparatory
school, with the Intention of attending
The fortunes of the elder Mldell
turned with the ndvent of the Ameih
tnns, and lie is now practically penni
less, through no fault of his own. Nil
greatest worry was the danger of bu
lug compelled to withdraw his s'm
from school In America In some man
ner big hearted I)ae Mercer, member
of Congress from Nebraska, learnel ol
Mldell's case Mercer was In the Pl.ll
lppln last summer and hi came Inter
ested In Mldell. He nsslsted In put
ting In a claim for him for $50n. ami
returned to this country armed with
ill kinds of lelters fnvorablc to tho
patriotic Filipino, whlth lie used tn
Today Mercer was notified by Adju
tant General Corbln that the Philip
pine Commission had arranged tn
plate the sum of $.'0011 In tfto hands ol
young Mldell's instructors al Berkeley,
to be devoted tn his care and cdiica
tlon In accordance with a petition ol
Washington May 22 A notable
toiitilbutlcin to the illsctisslou ol thu
Philippine question was made in ""'ilFW
m-linic iihiu) ii) uimr 111 .tiunf.ieiiii
setts. Ills views on the suiiject mu
well miileistood, but his expression of
them tod.i was profoundly Inteiestlng
Hid even Imptessive. When the ven
erable Senator began to speak every
Senatoi at thu Capitol was In his sent,
ami foi the two hours and a half his
address toiisumcil he was accorded
tlie most careful attention, not only
by his colleagues on the floor, but also
by the people In the thronged gentr
ies. Ileal t ouflncd himself tlosely to his
manuscript. Ilu denounced the alti
tude of the Government In the Philip
pines ns one of the most wicked and
foolish chapters in American history.
He urged that the United States
should withdraw from the Philippines
nnd permit tho people there to erect
their own Government, ns had hi in
done In Cuba. He Bharply niralgncd
Geenral Funston for the methods he
pursued In the capture of Aguinuldo,
and Intimated strongly that had thu
Senate been awaro of the facts Tim-
Eton might not have been confirmed in
his recent promotion. He hoped lhnt,
as the Inevocnhle step bad not In en I
taken by tho United Slates, better
counsels would yet pievall and that
this Government would leave the Phil
ippines. Spontaneous applause swept over
the Senate and tlie galleries nt tlie
conclusion of the speech. Such n dem
onstration Is very unusual on tho
lloor of the Sennte. So pronoun ei
was It that the presiding officer called
the attention or Senators to the rulo
prohibiting any expression of npproval
Teller of Colorado delivered a
speech In the nniure oi n history of
the Icglslatlvo proceedings through
whlth the new Cuban republic was
TRIAL OF SMOKELESS COAL
Sidney, May 19. The Mayor of Sjil
ney, the town clerk, the city survejor,
some of tho nltleimcn and a number
of other citizens were Invited on Satur
day to the Palace Theater electric light
ing station to witness a Ulal of the
product of n new beam of coal whlth
has been developed on the Until proper
ty of George Adams. The particular
virtue claimed for the coal Is that It
burns practically without smoke, Mr.
Adams has been using It for torn
months past In the boilers connecud
with his electric light Installation. At
the trial one of the furnaces was bank
ed up with tho coal, and the eompanj
adjourned to a position whence a view
tould bu obtained of the chimney statk,
This stack Is closo to a ventilating shaft
and at first sight it was dlllltult to dis
tinguish which was chimney stack
and which ventilating shaft. On look
ing clobely, however, n small whltlsh
eolored vapor was seen Issuing from
ono shaft, but In nothing like sufficient
quantity to cause a nuisance. Subse
quently ne .via)or proposed the health
;, ;a r :" act th ""' r irS of
in responding said that before this coal
was used tho nuisance caused in the
hotel and theatti by soot was verv
great, but now It was almost absent
whllo the labor connected with firing
the boilers was very much reduced
from that required when n bituminous
coal was used, Tho coal, now that the
mine from which It Is tnken has been
developed, Is ready for placing on th
a . ft m p tn
Moo4y .. .,
oit ( tx C 5
8 i& 10 )8
8 1 to
4 )0 q 4
5 tl 10 40
6 H 11 11
New- moon on the 5th at 7 41 p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Surrey Tables.
The tides ut Kahulul ana Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
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::0 p. m whlcn
Is the same as Oreenwleh. ua Oin.
Weather lluieau. I'unahou. June 3.
Tempeintme Morning minimum,
C'.i. Mldda maximum. &2.
llarometer at ! a. m 29.97 Itlslnc.
Italnfnll U 02.
Dew Point 701'.
Humidity at 9 11. in. M per tent
Diamond Head Signal Station. June '
D Wc-iitlur douilv, wind light SV.
Thuulay. June "1
I". S. S R. Alb.itioss. fiom tltllse to
l.nsan Island, at 11 a. m.
Wednesday, Jur.c 4.
Str. I.eluia. Naopala, for Maul am? 1
Str. Nllh.ui. W. 1 hompson. for Inn.i
ninulii, Koloa and Hleele.
S S. Aorangl, PblllllM. foi Vlctorlj
nnd Vancouver. I
str. Tiininlco. (VHilen for Sail l'l an I
iltn. s. In Kahulul.
For Molokal, per str. I.ehua. June -t
Hlch Sheriff and Mis. A. M. Iliown. .1
Uiown. wife nnJ f.imil).
TO SAIL TODAY.
Str. Mikah.ila, Gregory, for nieele.
Makawcll. Wolmca and Kekahr. null
I and luissenser for Koloa. at T, p m
1 . . ,
Am. tii. Acme, L.awreni'-. iui
TO SAIL TOMOltltOW.
Manila l.ii.i. Slmeri-on. tv i.a
Mualaej Konn and K.iu polls, at
J. O. CO.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
llcttt of Help r-urnlwlicil on
Contract It dctttrcd.
Office Cor. Fotl and King Streets.
Tel. Bluo i5l.
NOTICE TO HORSE OWNERS.
Owners of horses holding cups given
ns prizes by the Hawaiian Jocke Club
and to be rated for this meet are re
quested to leturn the same to the see-
retaiy on or be-lore June 5th, 1902, nt
Collins' hnrue-BS shop, Klngstreet, near
Foit stieet. C. I.. CKAUUE,
NOTICE TO BUSINESS PEOPLE.
Notice s hereby given to business
people, or whomsoever it may concern.
that I will not pay any bills contracted
by my wife, Lilian Shrewsbury Meslck
without 1 pedal arrangement is made
with me for the same.
I.VERETT H MESICK
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, POOrtTH DISTRICT.
l;uth prt-tlntt club shall meet at
7:30 p. m. on the second Friday, 13th
of June, und shall then make nonilnn
lions for officers of the club. On the
fourth Friday, 27th oT June.lhey Bhall
meet nt the same houi and elect offl-
ceis for the ensuing two )eais".
On the fourth Friday, Slth of July
the) shall meet at the same hour und
make nominations for members of the
Dlstilet Committee and Delegates to
the Territorial ConveirTTon to be voted
lor nt a primary to be held on Hie first
Saturday, 2d of August, between the
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p. m.
Officers and members of the several
pieciuct clubs of the Fourt'i District
will please see that the above calls are
can led out. C I.. CRAIillE.
Chairman Fourth District Committee,
W. H. CONEY. Secretary.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Hawaiian Cemetaiy Association, Llnv
Itcd, is enlletl for MonTIny, June 9, 1902,
at 8:30 n, m, to be held at the office
of The B. F, Dillingham Company
Limited, Stangtnwald building, Hono
The object of the meeting Is to con
1st. Adoption of 11 -Laws;
2d. The election of officers where
3d. The ratification of nil contracts
made by the directors or officers on
behalf of the company;
4,, The ratification and approval of
tho company In tho organization and
conduct of the business of the com
pany. Ily order of tho Board of Directors
HAWAIIAN CEMETERY ASSOCIA
W. F. DILLINGHAM,
Honolulu, Juno 2, 1902. 21C6-3t
- - UNDER MUSLINS
This week we offer our first Importation of underwear Just re
ceived from n maker of exclusively FINE GOODS.
Theso garments nre correct In every detnll. Tho styles are origi
nal and refined The materials are soft, light weight and right for
this climate The lacesund embroideries arc high class and dainty,
'flie workmanship Is perfect.
We mention a few of the night robes, hut remind you thai wo
have the petthoats. corset covers and drawers to raatcfi.
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, square neck, short sleeves, tllm- . -j.
med with hemstitched tucks wli lO
NAINSOOK NIOHT GOWN, low, round neck short sleeves,
trimmed with Swiss hemstitched ruffles and hands ZiZO
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low. round neck, short sleeves, q -p
yoko and torchon lace Zi uU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, short sleeves, klmona effect ftont,
with tucked yoko L 0
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck and short sleeves, trim- --.
med with dotted Swls. and wash ribbons OiUU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck, embroidery beading, with half
Inch wash ribbon, open work applique yoke, flowing short -.-
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOiVN, low neck nnd short sleeves, with . .
band yoke and deep e Iglngs of Point do Paris laco 4iDU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low.square neck and short sleeves, trim
med with embroldero 1 Insertion over pink or blue liberty - -
siMn ribbon 2 14 Inches wide OiUU
Thern nr. several styles pro usely trimmed with Normandy luces
nnd Insertions also some very tasteful plain garments
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column ace Page six
WANTED Two first cass barbers im-
medUtel Je s 43 King St
WANTED People to feed their hair
v.lth Purlieus DandrtiiT Kllfer. It
Is a regular hair tood. U Union liar
FOR RENT Cool, pleasant room. 1503
Ki'WjIu St 21G0-1W
TO LET Part ol house occupied bv
Di II jtigl - AljJvea St Apply on
Pi finises 21CCtf
LOST Sotipv here on Kuaklnl road
and Nuuami avenue an Inverness
inllltnrj overcoat, silk lined, with
Hawaiian monarchical buttons. In
ono of the pickets is a brown felt
hat with a blue cotton handkerchief
with wliile dots Finder will please
return to this office 21CC3t
Given unl" the iuspli.es of the
HONOLULU ATHLETIC CLUB,
Wednesday Night, June nth,
AT 8 P. M.
A SiienMfio Exhibition of
BOXING FENCING WRESTLING
The best loci! talenl will contest for
cash prizes and medals.
The event of the evening will be a
10 round contet for points between
Lon Agnsvv and Jack Weedon.
Secure your ssats early nt
WALL, NICHOLS CO,
8 DAT 8 NOW ON SALE.
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A lull lino ut received, ranging
In price from 61.00 to
$7.30 per 8:t.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hate) Street
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 03-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. ff. Box 537.
MRS. A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Church.
Now York. May 20. A cable to tl.e
World from Paris savs. Professor
Morgan, the nrchacologlM, has 'iuc
tecded lu deciphering the records of
King Kanimouradl of Uah Ionia, a
contemporary of Abraham. Law hooks
written on clay were discovered by a
French exploration party digging up
the ancient city of Suza, nnd tuei-c
form the ptlnclpnl attraction of tho
archaeological exhibition at the Grand
Palais, which opened May 12th. Patti
of the code deefphered by the pn'es
sor deal with criminal, civil and com
merctnl law. Here aro extracts from
the fundamental laws of the ancient
"The mnn v. ho robs a house alra
shall be thrown Into fire,"
The burglar discovered In the net
has forfeited his life If ho carries wea
pons on his body. He shall he buncd
on the spot where he entered thu
"He who destroys n fruit tree shall
bo fined ten pieces of sliver."
"He who drives nnothcr man's ox
to death shall give ox for ox."
"He who Injures an nnlmal shall bo
fined half tho worth of the animal.'
"A woman Inheriting a house, field
or orchard from her husband must not
he molested In her possessions, which
sho shall bo frpe to leave to her favor
ite son. Her husband's children shall
not be entitled to flghl her testament.'
"He who enters Into a contract with'
out witnesses or without any Insru
men In writing shall not be allowed ta
carry his case beforo tho courts. '
President Estrada I'alma of Cuba
and General Maso, who ran for the
Cuban Presidency, but wns defeated.
ore again friends. Their relations wor"
strained for a lonR time. The two Cu
ban patriots had a cordial meeting In
Havana, and Genernl Maso gave n
breakfast In honor of the President.
The Terclrn habeas corpus case took
all vesterday afternoon In argument,
Judge Clear at the close taking It un
Tlellable Japanese and Chinese help
furnished. See ad under Now- Today
Notice is hereby given that June
lUh. Kauiehameha Day, being a legal
Holiday, all Government offices
throughout the Territory vvul he clo
The Utn day of Juno, being tho
125th anniversary of the adoption o(
the National Ensign by Congress and
the 2d anniversary of tho admission of
Hawaii ns a Territory, will be observ
ed as "Flag Day" and tho National En
Blgn displayed on all public buildings,
Government olflccs will be closed and
the public is Invited to Join in the ob
sen mice of tho day.
HENHV E. COOPER.
Capitol, Honolulu, Juno Oth, 1002.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Satmday, July Cth, 1002. at 12
o'clock noon, at tho fiont cntraneo nf
the Judiciary building, will bo sold at
Public Auction, tho leaso of a portion
of tho laud of Pouhala, lying along thn
Government road and opposite tho
School Hnuso nnd lloman Catholic
Church lots, In the district of Ewa
Oalin, containing nn area of 2.70 acres
a llttlo mine or less.
Tcrni3 Five- years.
Upset lental J 1 1.00 per annum.
pavahlo soinl annually TIT advance.
For plan and further particulars, ap
ply at tlio Public Lands Oiilce. Hono
lulu. EDWARD S. DOYD.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office, JiTTTC fih, 1902
On FRIDAY, JUNE 6lh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, C3 Queen St., t will
sell nt Public Auction a large quantity
of a genernl lino of Household Furni
Beds, Bureaus, Washstands, Tables,
llockcrs, Chairs, Chiffoniers,
Ice Boxes, Towels, Bed I'lncn,
Jos. F. Morgan,
On Saturday, June 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, (15 Queen St., I wilt
sell nt Public Auction
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On SATURDAY, June 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
,t my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction
A Durham Milch Cow, with Heifer
Calf. Is In good health and Is a good
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On SATURDAY, June 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public 'Auction
Four full-blooded, beautifully mark
ed Coach Dog Pups. Six weeks old and
tn good health,
Joe. F. Morgan,
On Tuesday, June 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tho Irmgard wharf, foot of Kuunntl
street, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of Mr. A. N. Campbell, treasur
er Hawaiian Navigation Co- Ltd., the
gasollno schooner "Eclipse," fully
equipped for service. This Includes
ropes, nnchors, clTalns, tackle, side
lights, boats, etc., etc.
Terms cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FOR SALE J !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing resldeneo of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla street, 1J1 feet
deep; price (9000; one-half cnsTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 KInau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property ban a frontage on KInau St.
ef 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltclien. Bath,
laige Carriage House. Price $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
hnB a right of way entrance to Here
THIRD Premises on KInau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on KInau St.
100 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy "Swelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
n'ortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla St. I
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,