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BVBNINQ BULtETIN, nONOLTTLTT. II. T., miDAV, JUNE C, 1902
E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, CORNliR
Baseball League In a
Over Spalding Trophy
There was an Important muting of
tie Honolulu Hast-hall League In the
JtridquurterH of the MalleTllma Atluet -
st Cluh. Fort street, yesterday alter '
soon. The most Important matter
brought uefoie the league was the
rii-seni status of the Spalding cup.
I ok In the hands of tho National
Guard of llawnll, and deposited In the
ioelquatte rs or the regiment, where
It has luen slnee'lsn- tlie I'lrst egi
unit team winning it at that time
The cup was preented to Honolulu
In ISS'I h) A 0 Spalding when he
rasjed through here with the All
American team It was n challi nge af
lrli to he tontested for perpetually
ma to be held b tiieMiamplon nlno
each season It has been won as fol
3c.-s: 1SS9 Stars 1S90. Kamehame
t-.ia. 1801. Ilunolulus. 1S9J. Kameha
melius, 1S9H Crescents, 1S93 Stars,
9ti. Stais, 1S3T, First Heglment.
From IS97 until 190 f. there was no
n fiiilar league and tho cup remained
It. the hands of tho First Heglment.
However, In the latter )car, the H. A
C'r won the championship and claim
1 the cup on tho conditions set down
lir Mr. Spalding A dispute arose and
this )car, in order to learn Just what
Mr Spalding hail to say on the subject,
fpniniunlcatlons were addressed to
llm with the result that he has sent a
reply to the effect Chat the cup Ib per
The reply of Mr. Spalding was as
February 1", 1902.
Mr. Chas. F Chllllngworth, President
Honolulu II. II. League, Honolulu,
Dear Sir: Your letter of January
1'.'. with letter enclosed of same date
Irom the lce president and secretary
rf the Honolulu AthlelTc Club, was re
delved hy the Chicago house of A. G.
Vpiildlng . DroB. and forwarded to the
nrlter here for reply.
i ne wr.ccr. .u .nu ,.,8 p sure en
Msltlng Honolulu In the fall of 1388.
rn route with the American baseball
teams around the world, recalls the
lacts of his promise to present
apaiei.ng cup lor compeimon oy u.e
baseball clubs of the Hawaiian lsl
inds, but does not recall the exact con
ations under which cup was present
ed, hut Is very certain It was not to
Ifcorao the property of any club by
- Inning It for one )ear, and Is under
.1 In.hHnalnn I, .. tn l.n r. nn....
IUC i(UJiira,u,i it nuD tu uu u JUI't:i-
uai cup, though It Is barely
l-usilblc that a provision may have
Ltfii made which provlued that a club
tt..i1UK u .u. !....-. i-uiisei-uuvD )tur
vouia ueconio its permanent posses
sor. As the writer understands, thero
in nu emu in me imwauan isianus
Jbut claims ownership to tho "Spalding
Cup" by winning It threo years In suc
cession Assuming this supposition to
V correct, and assuming further oven
if there Is any club claiming to hava
-von it threo consecutive years, tho
titer thinks they will bo agreeable,
i having tho "Spalding Cup" a petpct
ml cup for competition .ik.ong tho
InrcUll clubs In the; Hawaiian Islands
J good standing; therefore, regard
It'ts of what the conditions ma) have
teen when tho "Spalding Cup" was
.first presented, we would request and
commend, and In fact stipulate that
tho "Spalding Cup" presented In 1889
thtll bo considered as a permanent
rup for annual competition, tho club
Tinning the cup being entitled to Its
)Ehcsslon until It shall have been I
mou iiy some oiner cm o, wnen buci
..., ., . , ...
wzf v.iiu vriuiiiMH 'i Dim. I iuhc fuaicn-
rlon and hold It In trust until it shall
l won from them, and so ou Indufl
Cup Is Perpetual.
Inasmuch as this "Spalding Cup"
catcg back to 1889 and Inasmuch as It
rnmmemorateB the first visit of a Im'to
ull team from tho United States to
iho Hawaiian Islands, It seems very
appropriate) that an advantage should
.V taken of tho present situation ami
The age of tho cup to mako tho "Spald
Jc Cup" perpetual, subject to tho an-
y jV s
kecpt the clothes from Retting wrink
led ami makes an Ideal closet. The
einl) iirnctlcal closet get manufactured
nml mnde cither for ladles or gentle
men Set consisting of 21 pieces c r.ly
& SON, Ltd:,
FORT AND KING 8TREKT8.
I ml competition of bast hall chilis In
j tin Hawaiian Islands in good stand'
That there ma) he some one In the
Hawaiian Islands who tan net for tho
conors ns a guardian of this cup, It
rims us pleasure to appoint .Mr. Ocn
A Smith of the firm of Ilenson &
Mnlth of Honolulu, to att lu this ca
pat It) Wo will consider him as the
gi.ardlan of this cup, and hope he will
rldlge all parties lu Interest hy accept
lilt the trust. If, In his opinion, this
letter does not sutticlentl) cover tin)
l'tounil. we would suggest that as he Is
on the spot that he formulate such a
,deul for the cup as would he nppioprt
ute for the donors to execute, naming
"'' conditions along the lines of this
letter making Mr Smith the guardian
oi ti lister, with power to nppolnt his
Hiccessor upon his death or whenever
he shall remoe fiom the Islands, t-end
it on to A (1 Spalding & Ilios Chlca
.y III, and It will bo duly executed
In the preparation of such a dotu
mem local conditions should be care
full) considered, not only for the
piescnt, but the future, nnd the whole
thing mado so plain that there will bu
no chance for a co"ntroersy oxer the
custodianship of this cup for ninii)
ears to tome
Klndl) show this letter to Mr Smith
as his authority for acting In the mat
'(( as suggested above.
Wishing tho baseball interests of
the Hawaiian Islands every posslhle
success, and hoping tnls letter will
meet the views of all fair-minded
bportsmen, we are, )ours very truly,
A. O SPALDING & 1103.,
(Signed) A O. SPALDING.
Smith the Guardian.
In reply to a letter sent by the sec-
Mary of tlie Honolulu AfiTlelle Club
to Geo. W. Smith regarding the guar-
clanship of the cup, the following as
nver was received:
Honolulu, II. I., May 10, 1902.
Mi Charles J. Cooper. Honolulu
, D(,ar sr,n rcp,y ,0 Qf ht
, nBt , ,f , am w ,o
pt ,ho glmr,,an9hlp of ,he 8pBMBf
nilrrtll Clip... , beg to 8ay t)mt , tal(e
ipfE,llre n accepting the t. list as rec-
onuncn(lp(1 ,, get forth , 10 ,cUcr
of Mr. A. G. Spalding to Mr. C 1
Chllllngworth, under date of February
i I would suggest thut a deed of trust
be drawn up b) dii nnd submitted to
I Mr Spalding for his approval nnd sig
lours very truly.
I GJO. V. SMITH.
I In Soper'c Hands.
i In nrrnrilnnpn with tlw utitvctuelnna
embo(le(1 n ,, ,eUer
rue ting of Ke league appointed J F.
Snner n f-nmmlttno tt nnn in t fntf.ii-
.. ,.,. .,, . ,.,nWn , tr
'i th Col J. Walter Jones on the Bteps
i ..,, ., ,.. ,i. , ,
being taken b) tho league to procure
(the cup now In tho possession of tho
First Heglment, nnd to prepnre a deed
ot trust to be forwarded to Mr Spald
ing. A Kindly Act.
I On the following letter from the su
jeilntendent of tho leper settlement
being rend by JFf. Thompson, tho
league voted unanimously to withdraw
I jo SO from each club's deposit with the
leaguo for tho purpose of purchasing
liipoball material to be sent to Knlau
papa by the steamer Hehua next Mon
day Dear Thompson Don't forget what
I spoke to )ou about re old baseball
"mterlal for tho boys here. Wo have
tl ree teams organized and practicing
every evening. 1 have offered a cash
i,,. , ,, . , ,
')rlzo for the ,cam "Inning out
.ire short mostly on gloves Hope you
can help us out. With aloha mil, cmrn
Hncerely, J D M'VKIGII.
Knlaupnpa, May 9, 1902.
Exit Fence Climbers.
It wns further voted to employ a
M'ertal officer for tho remainder of tho
t'-uBuu io prevent people irom enmu
Inp over the atone wall nt ruiinliou in
order to see the games freo of charge
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
GOVERNOR DOLE DISCUSSES
WITH SAN I'HArMCISCOI'APHIiH
THE POLITICS OP HAWAII
(Continued from page 1 )
ihe money wo collect from taxation
ne need for certain appropriations.'
San Tranclsco, May 2S. Governor
Dole of Hawaii Is here on his way back
to Honolulu from Washington, whith
er he was summoned by President
Roosevelt some weeks ago to tell of
the conduct of his administration lu
the Islands. Hoosevelt, ns has been
stated In the dispatches to the Chron
icle, Indorsed the official acts of Gover
nor Dole and effectuall) ciuletefl tho
storm against him rnlsed b.v the Home
Huh' part) and antl-mlsslonnr) Itepub
Hi ans of Hawaii Dole tarried eu
route from Washington at lllversldo
and registered at the Occidental Hotel
)cstcrda) He Is bonked to sail on tho
steamship Alameda Saturday
' I believe the Republican party Is
growing stronger dnll) In lUwnll " said
tho Governor. "Itobert Wilcox, who
was elected Delegate to Congress two
eara ago as the candidate of the Hntnii
llule party, will have no walkover thll
fall, when the general elections tnko
place His success was due to his pres
tige ns a revolutionist nnd his well
known anti-white predilections Hut
In his two )ears nt Washington he has
fulfilled none of the promises he mmU
to his followers and his power Is wnn
mg He told his constltuteiits he would
have mo removed nnd would give them
tho control of tho Federal pntronage
He has not done this nnd the native
are fast mognlzlng the strength of
tlie Itepublleiin part) and the urgency
of being In accord with the Adinlnis
"We have hopes that Congress will
appropriate the (2 000,000 needful to
pay the claims of losers by the fires
in Hawaii during the bubonic plague
epidemic two jears and a half ago The
Territory has not the mone) to pay
these claims, The laboi situation in
Honolulu Is Improving by the Influx
of Japanese and the agreement among
the sugar planters not to hire laborers
who have forsaken their Jobs without
cause. I think the situation In the Isl
ands, both political and commercial, l
cxticinil) hopeful President Hoose
velt expressed great Interest in our wel
fare. He Impressed me as a vrr) In
tense man, epilck to net and filled with
ical for his ruuntr) 's good
"The statements that 1 will resign
nro untrue. Foless mv health falls I
will remuln lu office and I nm In ex
cellent health now I ri'celvcd some so
ci.il honors In Washington and dined
with a number of the distinguished
statesmen of the Nation 'Chronicle
Sau l'r.inelseo. Ma) 28 Govemol
Dole of Hawaii hns nu Idea of resign
ing. nnd he Is persuaded that the I in
piession which seems to possess Sam
Parkei and his fi lends on the subject
of office Is due to an imperfect senee nl
the meaning, value and uses of word)
In politics. Mr Dole has been visiting
Washington nnd Is much pleased with
"I had an extended conference with
President Itoosevelt." said Governor
Dole last night "We got personally
jcciualntc-d and I gave In in n very
complete sunimai) of the political sit
uatlon In Hawaii A )ear ago I was In
had health and might have resigned
had I not been under fire Toelay I'm
In very good health and do not tee why
I should give up the position of Dover
nor of Hawaii. I'm on my way home.
and feel good over the fact that Presl
dent Itoosevelt shows ever) Indication
that he has confidence In me."
Governor Dole will leave San Fi.m
clsco for home an the steamer Alameda
"Of course," continued the Governor.
"Samuel Parker was never promised
my place, and I do not know that lis
ever sale! so mlsclt dlrectl). He Is a
fine native anil has a good education
I know him. and he Is no fool. Hut
sometimes a Hawaiian native will un
Intentionally plate more meaning cm
certain words than a white man That
lu ni) opinion, Is the explanation of all
this talk about Parker for Governor
Parker Is a leader In the Republican
party In the Islands Judging by an
election Inst April In the Islands, the
Republicans aie gaining strength from
the native or Home Hule part).
"What about Wilcox' 'Ihe natives
sent him to Congiess as the delegate
from Hawaii He seems to be a good
politician, but In other ways he Is not
an effective man. Apparent!), he bus
no standing or influence at Washing
ton . He has promised much lei the
natives, but has been unable to fulfil
his promises. On this account the na
tive part) will decline in influence.
"Prince D.ivld trains with the Dem
ocratic party It remains to he seen
how at the November elections Pilnce
David, Parker and Wilcox will split
.iji the native vote."
Governor Dole says former Queen
l.llluokalunl is receiving an annual
pension of 7S00 from tho Hawaiian
Government, and he does not know ot
any movement at Washington to give
her further recognition, The crown
lands have been placed with other
public lands for disposal under Ha
waiian laws The Governor thlnkB
Congress should pay the Jl. 000.000 or
(2,000,000 damages duo to 'he burning
of part of the city to stamp out the
"The labor situation is fairly satis
factory," said the Governor "Messrs,
Castle. Thurston and other large plan
ters want good white labor and will
place It on a profit-sharing basis "
Shanghai, May 15, France has pun
chtsed a portion of the Katai (?) pro
montory at Macao It b believed that
1'ianco has paid (120,000 to tho Chi
nese who owned the land It Is pro
pesed by Franco to build a naval hos
I Itnl on tlio alte Tho promontory Is
sltLated nl the entrance of Macao and
C.inton and rt also commands Hong
hong Official communications are he-
mi" oxehnnged amonc tho Governments
nt Hongkong, Peking and Lisbon In tha
Tho Edwin Booth estate In Middle
town, II I situated on Indian nvenuc,
and known ns Iloothden, has been rent
ed for the coming season to James I.
Kernochan, of New York,
Weather Hureau, Punnhou, June C
Temperature Morning minimum,
CO, Midday maximum, 79
Haromcter at 9 a m 29 99. Rising.
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew Point 70F.
Humidity at 9 n. m 75 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
C Weather clear; wind light NE.
Friday, June 6
O & O S S Gaelic. Finch, from he
Orient, at 8 a m with 280 tons of
freight, 412 Japanese nnd ei Chinese
nnd 4 la) -over cabin passengers for Ho
nolulu. Sails for San Fraue isco at 5
Str. lwnlanl Greene, from Annholn
at 0 a m with 5000 bags of sugar
Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, from Ku
kulhnele. nt 10 29 a m , with 2440 bags
Friday June C
Am. sp Acme, Lawrence for New
York, from anchorage off port at 10
n. m with 4'if0 tons of sugar
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for Ha
waii and Maul ports, nt noon
TO SAIL TODAY.
O & O S S Gaelic Finch for S.cn
Francisco from Pacific Mall whatrf. at
5 p. in.
Str. lwalnn! Greene, for Auahola a'
5 it in.
Tor Hnwnll nnd Maul ports, per
stmr Mauna Loa, June C Mrs 0
Daw sou D L. Wardsworth Aslng,
Vrstl G M Kimball. Jessie Kane S
M Damon V G Campbell wife and
child, t Wnldeer W II Uaugh, G
N Can Mrs C. D. Lufklu, W S
Edliigs, F L Dorlch, Miss Alice Kin
my, L Kenake.
Hong Qunn and L. Apana, owners of
ibe schooner Hawaiian! have filed nn
answer to the libel against their es
scl for having liquor on board, which
rns. Instituted by fToy 11. Chamberlain,
Collector of Internal ucveiiue. In the
fame of the United States. They rep
rctcut that the scnooner was at all the
times mentioned In charge and under
c nimand of her master. John Moses
lili.iinliele, of whose alleged unlawful
acts the) disclaim knowleelgo and re
sponsibility. Therefore the) pray for
the release of their vessel and their
costs C W Ashforcl Is pioctor for
The engagement of Miss Kathrn
Wlddlfleld to Mr ll)ron K. Balril has
been announeeel Their marriage will
llkel) take place In August. One of the
fairest daughters of Honolulu, her
famll) being of long residence and good
position here, the bride elect will cer
tainly be attended to the altar with the
most heart) wishes of local society for
her happiness. Mr Hjird is the son
of the late Colonel J C. Ilalrd, who died
while holding the olflce of I'nlted
States District Attornc) for the Terri
tory of llawnll. He holds a position
In the customs house nnd has made
man) friends since coming to Hono
lulu. Smith A. Lewis. uttorne)s for Geo
I'. Hind and others, owners of the har
kentlne Wm Carson, have filed satis
faction of Judgment against Wllder's.
Steamship Co., owner of the steamer
Claudlne, In the sum of ?C2.1C9.r:0.
which Ine hides cots and Inures' v,lth
damages for the loss of the Carson b)
collision with the Claudlne about thiee
5 ears ago. The steamship company
fought Its defense right up to Washliiij
tem At a meeting of the Rapid Transit Co.
this morn tig the Increase of stock of
the value of 11.000,000 was ratified. The
meeting was very short and, upon ad
journment, there was a directors' meet
ing which confirmed the action eif the
stockholders. J Ii. Castle and G. It.
Carter were elected dlrectois to tnko
the places of W. It. Castle aril G. I'
Great Mrilaln and Ireland import
about 2tiS.000.0b0 pounds of cheese each
year, Canada supplies about to per
tent of It.
NEW - TO-DAY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
In the District Court of the United
States for the Territory of Hawaii.
Whereas, a libel was tiled In the Uls-
t'ict Court of the United States for the
Territory of Hawaii, on the 2d dny of
June A. I), 1902, by The v.almanalo
ftiignr Company. Limned, a corpora-
M'jn l.lbellnnt, vs. The steam schoon-
"Mnlolo," her engines, machinery.
bunts, tackle, apparel and furniture,
Now, Therefore, In pursuance of tho
monition, nnd under the seal of the
Court to me directed nnd delivered, I
do hereby give public notice to all per
sons claiming the said steam schoon
er "Mnlolo," her engines, tackle, etc.,
ot In any manner Interested therein,
that they be and nppear liefore the
rnld District Court, to be held at the
Clt) of Honolulu on Krielny, the 13th
da) of June, A. I). 1902, at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon ot that da), provided
the tnine shrill be a day of jurisdic
tion, otherwise on the next day of Jur
Isellctbn thereafter, then and there to
inter ose their claims and to make
their allegations in that behali.
Dated the Cth day of June, A. D.
n n. HKNDnv,
U S Marshal
Hnteh & Sllllman. Proctors for LI.
J. O. CO.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
Best ot Help Furnished on
Contrnct If desired.
Office Cor. Fott and King Streets.
Tel. Ulue ursi.
- - 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. The Btyles are origi
nal and refined The materials are soft, light weight and right for
this" climate. Tho lacesTinil embroideries are high class and dainty.
The workminshlp Is perfect.
Wo mention a few of the night robes, but remind you thai we
have the pettlroats corset covers nnd drawers to matcfi.
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, squaro neck, short sleeves, trim- -,, -
mod with hemstitched tucks Jli 1 0
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low, round neck short sleeves, - ,.
trimmed with Swiss hemstitched ruffles nnd bands ZiZO
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low. round neck, short slcevei, -
)oke and torchon lace ZiOU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, short sleeves, klmona effect ftont,
with tucked yoke Zi (0
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck and short sleeves, trim- --.
med with dotted Swls3 and wash ribbons OiUU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck, embroider) beading, with half
Inch wash ribbon, open work applique joke, flowing short . nn
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck nnd short sleeves, with . -n
band, yoke and deep e iglngs of Point dc Paris lace Hi 0 U
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low.squarc neck and short sleeves, trim
med with cmbrolderol Insertion over pink or hluo liberty c nn
satin ribbon 2 1-4 Inches wide UiUll
There arc several sl)lei profusely trimmed with Normandy locca
and Insert! ma also somo very tasteful plain garments.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE Furniture of G room cot
tage, nlmost new , privilege of rent
ing cottnge which Is centrally lo
cated. Address C L , this office.
LOST One red hoise white stripe on
the n"ck, and three white legs,
branded thus M on left hind leg.
Suitable reward v.lll he paid on re
turn jf same to James II Bojil ut
Pawna 21C7 tf
NEW - TO-DAY
We now have tnuru time for t)pe
v liter repairing All work clone with
cbtervnneu to durability atut economy.
Uoik positively guarantees.
WASH1KGT0H LIGHT CO,
II) order of tlie President, the
monthly meeting of the members ot
the IIooulu and Hoolu Lahul Societies
will he held at the Kaplolanl Maternity
Home, Beretania street on Tuesday,
June 10th. at 10 a m sharp.
MMS MAMIE ItEIS,
A' WM. M'KINLEY LODGE, No.
K. of P.
There will be a regular contention
t the above named lodge on Saturday
evening, June 7 1002, In Harmony
Hall, at 7 o'clock p m
All persons having signed their
rnmes to the charter list and all per
sons who have made application for
membership In the above lodge, will
be present at 7 30 o'clock for Initia
tion Members or Oahu Lodge No 1, M)s
tie Lodge No 2 and all sojourning
lliothera are Invited to be present.
Ily order of the C C
21C7-2t K. of It. & S.
TENDERS TOR MATcRIAL AND
Department o' Public Works
Honolulu Juno Cth, 1902.
Senleel Tenders v.lil bo received at
the office of the Supeilntendent of
Public Works until Monday, Juno 1C,
1002, 12 c, cluck in for supplying tho
Department of Public Works with
Urlcks, Cement Lime, Coal, Lumber,
llnnlwure Lubricating and Machlno
.a. Paints Powder and Kuse, Pip
ings and I-ittlngs, Electric Light Sup
pIle;B, Hirnesi Leather and Findings,
Hay nnd Grain ot tho best quality, In
quantities required from time to time,
for the term of six months fiom July
1st to December 31st JO 12.
Specifications to be had at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works.
Ilonds will bo required in such reas-
onnblo sum ns may be determined by
ho Superintendent of Public Works,
condition.' el foi furnishing such Items
ns are awarded In accordance with tho
teunB of tho tcndei.
The Superintendent of Public Works
does not bind himself to accept the
lowest or nn) lilcl
JAS? H BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works
Maishal He'ndry went elown to the
waterfront twin) to meet the schooner
M.1I0I0 nnd to atlaih her In connection
with the rollislon case of the J A
The Evening Bulletin.
75 cents per
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A full line Just received, ranging
In prices from 81,00 to
$7.50 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
I56 Hotel Street
Given under the auspices of the
HONOLULU ATHLETIC CLUB,
Wednesday Night, June llth,
AT 8 P. M.
A Scientific Exhibition of
BOXING FENCING WRESTLING
Tho best locnl talent will contest for
cash prizes and medals.
Tho event of the evening will bo a
10 round contest for points between
Lon Agnew and Jack Weedon.
Secure )our seats early at
WALL, NICHOLS CO,
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
Beaver Lanch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch tnd Dinner
Everything flrat-class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H. J. NOLTE, Proorietor,
Pearl City Hotel
A plnco for town people to lay off
for a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-class meals,
dancing pavilion, nice picnic grounds,
also stabling tor horses.
Convenient for a country outing:
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Dulldlng.
Telenhone Main 204,
65 Queen St.
On Saturday, June 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen St., t will
sell at Fublic Auction
A PHAETON. I
JAS. H. MORGAN.
On SATURDAY, June Tth.- -
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,'
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction
A Durham Milch Cow, with Heifer
Calf. Is In good health nnd Is a good
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On SATURDAY, June 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
Four full blooded, beautifully mark
ed Coach Dog'Pups. Six weeks old and
Jas. F. Morgan,
On Tuesday, June lOih,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tho Irmgard wharf, foot of Kuuanu
street, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of Mr. A. N. CampbcTJ, treasur
er Hawaiian Navigation Co, Ltd., tho
gasoline schooner "Ucllpse," fully
equipped for service. This Includes
ropes, anchors, chains, tackle, side
lights, boats, otc, etc.
Terms cash, U. S Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FOR SALE ! !
KinST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla atrcet, 171 feot
deep; price $9000; one halt caslt, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Promises 259 Klnau St.,
ct present occupied by Mr. A, Lucas.
Property has a frontngo on Klnau St.
if 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. KltcHen. Bath,
latgo Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgnge at 7 1-2 per cont net. Tho lot
has a right of way entranco to Dere
THirtD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One half cash, balance on
mortgage nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla St.
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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