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EVENING BULLETIN, nONOLTJLTT. II. T., SATURDAY, JUNG 7, 1302
E. O. HALL
NEW HUILDING, CORNISH
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A. S Humphre)s. Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Clicult or Hie Teril vv is the guest at a dinner given In his
IT ot Hawaii the undersigned U. honor this evening by Alexander Voting
Parke, administrator of the estate of at ""' You"K llon" Vernon Heights
., , i. 1 1 i i in n Covers were laid for seventeen gentle-
Catherine I'. Alild, deceased will sell J , , , , .
men They Included several bo) hood
nttho auction moms of Jus I- Morgan. frl(ni,9 r 0oCrnor Dole and others
(Jutcn street, Honolulu on S.ittndny. ' Wt, whom he has been associated In
the 28llt da) of June. 1'JiU. at 12 a business or diplomatic wu) for man
t clock noon all the right, title. Inter-, 5 " Mr Voting the host, was Mln
cst and estate of the sam Catherine 1'. I l8,l'r ' "1! Interior In the cabinet of
Ai.ld, at the time of her iWth In and Mr Dole when he was President of H.i-
to all those certain piece or parcels
of land, situate and desciibed as fot
I jw s .
1 All those S apanas situate In Mo
B':ul. Island of Molokai described In
II I'. mu2. I. C. A B29 and Hl9 to
Kuhlo. containing an area of 23 acres.
1187 fathoms excepting a portion of
Apana 7, grunted to K Hal (L Co. by
deed, dated September lll'lSTC. nml re
corded In Hook 4fi. pages 40 457.
2 All those certain i apanas lltu
t.te In Moanul and Honoullwal. said
Ijmnd of Molokai descrlb'eil In It I'
3.31, Grant containing 1"7." acres
All that ceitaiu land situate In
llonomanu Island of Maul descrlbtd
tr It. P 70.12. I. C A Jfb7 containing
an nrea of o 77 acres.
Terms and conditions of sale Cash
l'i Ited States (lold Coin on confirma
tion of ralo by said Court. Deeds at
cvpenso of purchasers. Tracings show
ing location of said lands enn be seen
al above auction rooms.
Dated Juno C, 1902.
7' C PARKE
Administrator Estnto of Catherine P
Auld Deccaseil, Itoom ,1u! Judd
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of )
K. TAKETA, ) In Bankruptcy,
To the Creditors of iv Taketn. of Ho
nolulu, In the Inland or Oahii and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt
Notice Is hereb) given that on the
Jlh day of June, A. I) 1902, the said
K Taketa was duly ndjudged bank-
nipt, and that the first meeting of his
creditors will he eld in the Court
Iicom of tho United States District
Court, In Honolulu, on the 18th day cf
Jinc, A D 1902. at 4 o'clock In tho
r.lternoon at vvlTich time ttit- Bald
creditors may attend, provo their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt, and transact such other bus
iness as may properly conio before
WILLIAM T. RAWLINS.
Special Referee in Hankruptcy
Honolulu, Juno 7th, 1902, 21b8-lt
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
Notice to Shippers.
Sulphuric, nitric or other chemical
acids? will be received foi tiunsporta
Hon by all of our steamers on and
alter this date until furthei notice
J ENA, t'rcsMent
Honolulu. Juno 7th, 1902. 2108 lv
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Uidge, No 21. P. &A. M., will bo held
Sunday, at 2:30" p m, In the Masonic
Temple, for tho purposo of attending
ton funeral of our
LATE DRO. JOHN ADAIR HASSIN
Members rjf Pacific Lodge and Lodga
le Progres und visiting brethren art
inVHed to attend.
By order of Worshipful Master
K II. G WALLACi:
81C8-2t Acting Secretary.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
IicHt of Help l-'urnlnliccl cm
Co n tenet IV cIchIpccI.
Office Cor, Fort and King Streets,
Tel. nine 1)51.
We now have more tlruo for type
v liter repairing All work dono with
claervance io durability iftui econom)
Vork positively guaranteed
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO,
Weekly edition of the Bulletin 41 I
keeps the clothes from getting vvrltik
It'll nntl makes nn ldenl closet. Tho
onl practical closet set manufactured
nml made either for ladles or gentle
men Set consisting of 21 pieces cly
& SON, Ltd;,
FORT AND KING HTHIHITS.
Dined by Young
Oakland MnJ 21 - Governor San
font I) Dole of the Tcrrlton of Hawaii
The table decorations were of led
loses and maidenhair fern 'Die name
caids were In the form of the natlc
I.ini of Hawaii and were trimmed
through with red ribbons,
Dinner Legan at 7 o'clock and It was
tic.irl) midnight when the festivities
The guests were Governor S II Dole,
S T Alexander, i: M. Walsh. Hugh
Craig, Theodore F Dcrdge, P M Smith
F C Havens. Charles II King, Dr.
Joseph Lewis Howard, Orestes Pierce
J Cotton. Charles Webb Howard,
W (1 Palmantcer. II P lialdwln, W
T Veltih and J. L Howard
Governor Dole departs foi Honolulu
Batunhi) on the steamer Alameda Ml
and Mrs Alexander Young will go on
the same vessel to Honolulu to attend
the wedding of their son Archibald A
Voting and Miss Maud Gillette which
Is to be celebrated on June 18.
1 1 SMITH Id m
Hon W O Smith will address tho
niing .Men's Research Club upon "Mil
i dpal Government" at his residence
in N'uunnii street at 7 30 p m Hat in
la) June 1 -It It
Theie will be n general discussion
the clubs shelf of books on municipal
ilTnlrs is nvnllablo to those Interest!'
In the subject at the Honolulu Public
Librar) Among the volumes are tin1
lollowlng A Municipal Program, b
Netionnl Municipal League, Proceed
lugs of the National Conference fot
flood City Government nnd the Nation
al Municipal League for lS'JI 3, 07, 9S
99 "00 The Hoss An Essay on tho
Art of governing American Cities
Hcni) Champermore; The Municipal
Reform Movement, by II Tolman, Mu
nlelpal Government In Continental Un
rope. Albert Shaw, Municipal Govern
ment In Great Ilrltaln, Albert Shaw,
Salten's Invisible World DIspla)ed, W.
T Stead, Municipal Problems, Frank
J Goodnow , Municipal Homo Rule, F
J Goodnow; The Government of Mu
r.lelpulltlcs Dormand II Eaton
Mondays calendar for Circuit Court
clu.mbers comprises the following mat
tors1 Motion to set llasson vs. Pain
tot trial. Pinal accounts In guardian
Milp of W. A Markham Annual ae
cc unts of Carter minors guardianship
Motion to dissolve temporary Injunc
Hon In Knnlrilti (w) vs Kulal, also do
niurrcr In the same case Motion In
Hitchcock vs Hustnce, tho Knmale
case. .Motion for alimony in MeslcL
vs McHlek. Return of renl estate salo
in Hiiffandcau vs. Montnno. Decision
In Kanulenahu vs Peielrn Ruling on
cicmurrer in Long vs. .Macfarlane. De
fiirrers in Wundenherg vs Markham
i nd Wundenherg v s Cummlngs.
Tho Y. M C A. 4 o'clock servlco
'vlli bo held on the campus of the Ka
icehameha Manual Training School, by
invitation of Principal D)ko Mr. TliO'
odoie Richards will deliver a brief ad'
di ess of Interest to tho young men of
i he school and to tho general public,
everybody being invited to Bhare It
this Informal gathering. Tho saluting
of tho flag nnd the singing of the stit
dents is nlvva)s enjoyed by tho public
There will be no Illblo class at 5
o'clock nor any lunch at 0 as hereto
lore, as these features have finished
for tho season.
Tho championship match of the Ho
, (lulu Golf Club will bo pTajeil on tlie
Vlonnnlua links tomorrow. A Gaivlo
and It Anderson are tho contestants
v ho after having beaten nil their op
I nncnts in the previous rounds, now
Htnnd teadv to meet each other Hotli
men am exceedingly good players and
Iccal golfers nro exhibiting much In
terest In the match The general opin
ion of tho golfeis Is that the men are
lntty evenly matched afiTl that the
pitch will ho a very close and Inter
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
AN ORDER REQUESTED
TO SELL HARNESS STOCK
Life Insurance of D. B. Smith Not Yet
Recovered --An Executor's Hand
Forced - Jury Trial
David Daton administrator of the
rotate of A II Scrlnigeour, deceased
hut petitioned for nn order to sell the
Mock In trade of the harness business
at King and Port streets The tenancy
cl the stand Is monthly and the rent
hai been paid until June 30. but Mr.
Pa ton Is unable to obtain any prom
isc of a continuance of the tenancy to
n itirchaser of the stoi'u-ln trade, lie
lilleves the business to bo insolvent
and an advertisement for bids to pur
chtse tho stock brought only two
$',no being offered In one case anil $1,
21)0 In the other Ills opinion Is that
a sale by auction would not net more
t 'an tno bid of Pred Phflp Therefore
Im prays that lie niny he authorized
to effect the sale to Mr Phllp for $1200
Judge Hear has appointed Melo Pua,
ciiiiidmother of seven minor children
er John Spencer, thcli guardian with
ihe father's written consent nuclei
loud of $100
lodge Gear has approved the nc
counts of Cecil Iliown, administrator
of the estate of I). 11. Smith Deceased,
i ih, ordered the delivery of the prop
cm tv In his hands to Mninle L. Uurke,
nee Smith, Ills bond to be reduced to
J2." 000. This amount represents Hie
life assurance In the Pqultable being
ihe only sum due the estate uncollect
d and to recover which a suit Is now
rending In tho United States Supreme
In the matter of the estate of P Ka
mtnavva Kuahu. n motion presented
b II W Hoblnson, attorney foi Mele
Puau wahlmealll. vvns granted by
Jiclge Gear to order Henry Maul, "
ecutor, to file nn account.
BURNING SHIP'S CREW
TAKE TO U0AT8 AND
(Continued from pago 1 )
telephone nt Anahola sa)s Captain
Tullett of the James .Makcc.
The fire In the cargo of the Fannie
Kerr must havo been burning for man)
dn)s before the ship was abandoned
When a fire Is discovered In a cargo of
coal aboard il steel ship the tire can
very often be controlled for n long time
If the hntches nro battened down. It
cannot be controlled forever, however
nnd It Is probable that the crew of the
Fannlo Kerr remnTncd nhoard Just as
long as was possible.
After fighting tho fire foi days, per
lulls weeks the captain and crew were
In all prohahlllt) ready to leave the
ship at a moment's notice As Is usual
In such cases, the life boats must have
been well stocked with provisions and
fresh water and supplied with enrs nnd
sails When the Iron decks hcctime so
hot that it was Impossible to stand
upon them and the lire in tho hold gave
signs of getting the uppei hand, so that
the decks were likely to be blown up
at any minute, then It was, no doubt
that the captain gave orders to aban'
don ship and all hands took to the
As Captain Gibbons reported, the
decks blew up shortly after the boats
left the vessel The crew left the
burning Bhlp out) Just In time Had
they temalned aboard half an hour
longer the probabilities are that none
would have survived to tell the talc
The still llamlng hull of the Pnnnle
Kerr probably llo.its with tho winds
and currents ungulded b) the hand of
man. She ma) be seen and reported
here later by steamships coming from
There is a posslhlllt) of the tug Pear
less going In search of the burning ves-
sel and towing her to port This mat
ter has not yet been decided upon
however. It Is tlie opinion of some
shipping men that the Fannie Kerr
would make a rich prize for u lug to
bring to port.
Captain Gibbons asked the captain of
the Mlknhala to leave full paiticulars
of tlie disaster at Wnlmca, so tlfnl vvTlii'
ever started out in search of tho two
missing boats could call at Walmin nnd
get Information on which to base fur
If tho Albatross falls to speak the W
(1 Hall tonight sho will call nt Wnl
mca for Information on which to luso
her course of action.
The news brought b) the James Mo-
kee stlncd up th ewaterfront Ipils
keo stirred up tho waterfront this
morning and n number of captains
who are acquainted vvfTIi Captain Gib
bons of tho Fannie Kerr expressed
Whoie the fifteen men and first mate
are at the present time Is Impossible
to say. They may have managed to
land on Kauai, somewhere after the
lames Makeo left Anahola, or the)
may bo making for the French Frlgnto
Shoals. Why they should steer foi
the Shoals Is dlfllcult to Imagine The n
again, tho two boats may havo met
with serious accident or may be labor
lously moving over tho face of the wa
ters without a friendly breath of air
If they have not landed on Kauai
and are still above water the Albatross
Is likely to rescue t'nem and bring
them safely to port.
Governor Dolo was in his oil lie all
morning and had a constant chain of
Colonel William E. Peters on Juno 111
will retire from the chair of Latin In
the University of Virginia, after forty
sl ycarB of continuous bervlce When
his commanding general ordered him
to burn the town of Chamhersburg
Pa, dining tlie Civil Wnr ho declined
'o make wai on helpless women and
Saturday June 7
Sttnr Jntnes Mnkce Tullett from
Vuahola with sugar.
Sttnr Klnnu. Preeman, from I tile
riiil way ports ni 11 a. m
V S V. C 3 S Albatross, Thomas
nn cruise In scnich of missing men ol"
n'landoned ship Pnnnle Kerr, p m
Prom Hllo nml wnv ports, per stmr
hlnan, June 7. O D Stanford, Dr
Fummann, W. E. McMillan, M. Alex
antler and wife. Rev. J. II Hchtuis,
F. Drake, W. A. Ilurke, M. It.
Iloughtalllng, Wm. Kitchen, Gus
Stitn, C Castendyck, It. L. Scofi, i
S. Dillingham, Rev J A. Creesan,
A L. Loulsson, E. P. Mnble, George
Wilson, W. 11. Lambert and wife, J
I). Lewis. J. A. Scott, Major Wood,
John Orcuke, W. 1). Schmidt, V A
Mil)'. II. L William. 0.3 VcKcnzle
I). McLtnnr. W. O Walker. Albert
Homer iss E. May. T. Onodara, T
It. Kef worth J Kenton, W J Djcr
Mrs Lunhlwn, MIbb E. Knnehnkti, D
Akona, Ac hip, Apu wire nnd four ihll
dicn, It Slaughter. II. Sloan G W
Pattern P J Chapman, U. M Wat
-on Alex Hiichanan. Col. W. II Corn
well A Mc Duffle, W V. Devertux
11. G Young nnd 74 deck passengers
6UGAU ON HAWAII.
Admiral Hockley of the Klnau re
loits the following sugar left on the
Illy Island up to the time that steamer
h.llcd )(stc rday Olaa. Walaken nil
Hawaii Mill Co, 10o(i; Walnaku, 1200;
Oroniea, JIiiihi; Pcpeekco, 55U0, Hono
mu, UiiOO, Hnkalau, 4uii0, Papaaloa
SU00; Ookala, fioo; Kukalnii, ISOO; Pa
(luhati, 800, Honokaa, 1500. Hamakua,
J-! , Kiikuihai le 900; Piiiialuu, 2.10,
NfW YORK Hill
OFFICII IN SCANDAL
New York, May 29 Six hundred
thousand dollars a jear has been s)s
tcmatlcally stolen from the United
states Government by Importers cf
Oriental silks nnd fabrics, acting In
(illusion wltn nllegcd dishonest cus
oms officials nt this port, according
0 Deputy Assistant Attorney Gcnc-ml
iV Wlckham Smith who made tlie
-cisatlonal announcement toda). An
ffldal report of n startling nature. I
declared will follow In n few da)s
ft Is sttongl) hinted Hint wholesale
lriests and prosecutions among cus
loms officials and silk Importers and
l rakers are Imminent.
General Appralsei Wnkemnn, who
.tged the Investlgetlon which threat
nt, to laud a score ol piomlnenl offl
lals and merchants In prison, sujt
he gigantic fraud has been practiced
or several jinrs, and that in tils opln
on the Government has been vletlmlz
d of full) f n.OOO.iiou, If not more Al
icr.dy frauds nggregatlng $200 000 have
'ecu speclflenlly located as having
ecu committed C) a simple method
r undei valuation of Japanese silks
The Tieasury Department has been
iivcstlgatlng eiistums appraisements
fere for tho past loui months, the
work being In charge of Deputy As
slstnnt Attorney General Smith. Gen
ral Apprnlbcr Wakeman made
haiges covering theso factB and
iliil to hnve the Collector nnd tho
United States Attorne) Tor tho district
1 roceed Hut he was turned down, nnd
upon on appeal to tho department at
Washington, the Solicitor of thu
licasury, and oven the Treasury Do
l-iitment, sided against tho Appraiser.
'Vakeman was lemoved by Secrctar)
The nttornc) for tho Importers, wroto
io the Seeretnry of the Tieasury and
o the Piesldtnt asiclng for complete
vindication. 1'iesldcnt Roosevelt grant
(I this in good faith, and, sending for
Uakcmau, asked for an explanation
I'liat explanation explained entirely
tn.i much Tor the good or some people,
end Roosevelt emploHil Smith nnd
CKieied him to make a full Investigu
t'on. The result Is said to bo a com
I ete vindication of Wnkemnn nnd a
whole hornet's nest or trouble for oth
Wnkoman, when asked this morning
i-i.iu no nau to say about tho teport,
decline,, to make an) statement, us
ing tho following language: "I will
Fay nothing about this matter at the
present time I am too sore Ily nnd
by when I have had a chance to cool
(If I may make a statement. If J
suould tell )ou what I now think I
night bay something which 1 would r
Chicago, May 29 Thousands of per
bons in Chicago were unable to buy
beef today nt uii) price, nnd It Is de
clared that the shortage will ho felt far
more seriously tomorrow. Two bun
dled butchers on the North and West
sides hnve decided to close their Bhopu
until the teamsters shall he gianted
concessions asked nnd many others will
ho forced to close because of their In
abillt) to get frebb meat. A number ot
the Jewish butchers have ngited that
they will not buy any more meat riom
the )nrds until the strlko Is settled.
The LoiiUlnna Division, United Con
federate Veterans, has invited Mlbs
Mary Curtis Lee to be its guest on the
rip to Dallas and nt tho reunion
54:22 for 25 cts!
ralJio AiKiwaiidcairiilan Sendhtumn
aid nml wim FREE (" a Foiiwnlr 0
(Pretty IMere of (iol II latfUentlry, Wrtieatonce.
AfmouoftKUo UftMUit AlhlHft N Carolina U S A
- - UNDER MUSLINS
This weel we offer our first Importation of underwear Just re
ceived from a maker of exclusively FINE GOODS.
These garments are correct In every detail. Tho styles are origi
nal nnd refined The materials are soft, light weight nnd right for
this" climate Tho laccs"and embroideries arc high class nnd dainty.
The workmanship Is perfect.
We mention a few of the night robes, hut remind you thai wo
hno the petticoats corset covers and drawers to matcli.
NAINSOOK NICHT GOWN, square neck, short sleeves, trim- a, -jr
mod with licm9tltched tucks vlilO
NAINSOOK NIGHT GCWN, low, round neck short sleeves,
trimmed with Swiss hemstitched ruffles and Tjands Z,ZU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low, round neck, short sleeves, n
joke anil torchon lace Z,0U
NAINSOOK NIGHT GO, VN, short sleeves, klmona effect front, ...
with tucked yoke I, (0
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck nnd short sleeves, trim- -
med with dotted Swiss nnd wash ribbons d,UU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck, embroidery beading, with half.
Incii wash llhbon, open work npplln.no joke, flowing short . nn
NAIN300K NIGHT GOWN, low neck and short sleeves, with . -
hand oke and deep eJglngs of Point tie Paris laco HiOU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low.squaro neck and short sleeves, trim-
iifd with embrolderol Insertion over pink or uttio liberty - nn
satin ribbon 2 1-4 Inches wido OiUU
There ate several sljles profusely trimmed with Normandy laces
nnd Insertions alsi somo very tasteful plain garments
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
t-'or Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE Furniture for five room
house, privilege of renting Call 302
Vlnojard near Puuchbowl.
FOR SALE Furniture of 0 room cot
tage, almost new, privilege) of rent
ing cottag which Is centrally lo
cated Address C L, this office.
TO LCT Furnished house of 8 rooms
luith ot( T3 Vine) aril St near Nil
uanti 21CS lvv
THRCEthe large looms right down
town suitable for ladles or gents,
large shad jaid Two doors rrom
Peirson & Pjtfr's Union House
LOST One ted horse white stilpc on
tho ii"t... and thtee white legs,
branded thus M on left hind leg
Suitable levvard will be paid on le'
turn jf same to James H Hovil, at
LOST Somewheie on Kuaklul road
and Niiuanu aveuuo nn Inverness
military overcoat, silk lined, with
Hawaii in monarchical buttons In
one of the po kets is n brown felt
lint w'Hi a blue cotton handkerchief
with wllie da's Finder will please
return t this off Ice. 21CC3t
FOUNTAIN PEN On Port St. Ho
ward fir return to I Mclnt)re Hhlg.
W C edjn 2105 3t
LOST Heart shaped gold pin In Ad
nnih lane Return to this office and
recelv reward 2133 tf
IHE Mmi FUNERAL
Tho funeral of the lato John A Has
bi.iger will take placo tomorrow after
noon ft om tho Masonic Temple The
lunernl of the well known kamaalun
will be an Imposing one The caskoi
containing tho remains will bo escort
ill to the last rutins place In Nuunnu
cc meter) by n squad of police iiie Ter
rltorlal bnnd and Company D of the
Xntional Guard forming n guard of
hoi or The Masons nnd the Knights
of P) thins will also turn out to pay
their lespects to their departed hioth
"1 for the last time
Tho pall bearers will ho W P. Allen
F A Sehaefei Samuel Parker. Cap
tain A Fullei Dr M Grossman, II I)
Wnlt) and H P ".owls. Tho set
vices will bo conducted by the Wor
bl.ipful Master of thu Hawaiian
This aftcrrmr the remains of the
(lecensed wiP lie In stnto at tho family
residence until 0 o'clock Those deslr
Ipg to snnd flowets arter It o'clock to
morrow morriiin are requested (t send
them to the Masonic Temple
The committee of the Honolulu Ath
Idle Club which Is making the nr-
inngernenta foi the sporting exhibition
Io be held n the Opeia House on tho
nlpht of the 11th ot June, has Becured
font or the leading Japaneso wrestlers
of this (It) to show meli skill on that
evening Tlie men are Shlnokuruma,
Ilaguyama Slildlmujamn nnd Tanlgn
Of thebe the thjeo first havo been
leen In this cltv befoio They having
tnl.m part In the exhibition given by
"Denver Ed Smith in tho Orpheiim
home time ago Tanlgazl has not been
i ecu by the general public befote, but
Japanese (unnolsseuis of tho noble art
avow that he Is veiy clovci
Pnlns have been taken by tho com
n 'ttee to get absutanco that the men
will do their bst and give a real show
,f their priw.i fiom tho word go In
Mead of tonllnr with each other In n
half hearted maune" as is Homeflmos
the wont of the clnmplnns from the
land of the chrysaathemuii,
and . . .
FOR THE PROTESTANT
A lull line Just received, ranging
In prices from $1.00 to
67.50 per set.
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hole! Street
Given under the tiSplces of the
HONOLULU ATHLETIC CLUB,
Wednesday Night, June llth,
AT 8 P. Al.
A Scientific Exhibition of
BOXING FENCING WRESTLING
The best local talent will contest for
cash prizes nnd medals.
Tho event of the evening will bo n
10 round content for points between
Lon Agnew and Jack Weedon.
Secure )our seats early at
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
8BAT8 NOW ON 8AI.E.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng first class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Clgan alwayi
H. J, N3LTE, - ProDrietor,
Pearl City Hotel
A place for town people to lay off
for a tow days.
Furnished rooms, first class meals,
dancing pavilion, nlco picnic grounds,
also stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Oedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool nnd comfortable. TennB
G. FREELAND, -
das. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294.
65 Queen St.
ON MONDAY, JUNE 9
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the resldenco of Mr. J. SCIIUTTE,
Cottage P, Chrlstloy Lane, off of Port
street, Just nhovc Vlncjard street, I
will sell at Public Auction, the entire)
household furniture, consisting of
Parlor furniture, pictures, curtains,
llcds, bureaus, vvashstands,
Hall rack. Ice box, dishes,
Glassware, kitchen utensils,
Oil Btovc, ferns nnd plants, etc., etc,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Tuesday, June 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the Irmgard wharf, foot of Isuuanti
street, I will bcII at Public Auction, by
order of Mr. A N. Campbell, treasur
er Hawaiian Navigation Co, Ltd, tho
gasollno schooner "llcllpse " fully
equipped for service. This Includes
ropes, anchors, clialns, tackle, s'de
lights, boats, etc., etc.
Terms cash, U. S. Gold Coin
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OR SATURDAY, JUNE 21
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
my salesroom, U5 Queen street I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Ml. H. T. MARSH, Trustee In ro A
U. Nlcnols, bnukrupt.
Two cows, two calves,
Ono buggy nnd harness,
One brusii and curry comb,
Ono feed cutter, ono dog.
One golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on the Wahlnwn Sugar Co,
Ltd . for "CO shares of Its capltnl stock
par value $100 per share, or $73,000.
Equity in Manhattan Life Insurance)
Co's policy No. 115.G28 on tho liro ol
Albert R Nichols, face (death) valuu
of policy $:0.000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing resldenco of C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Derctanla ntrcet, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one half cnsli, bat
nnco on mortgage 7 12 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.r
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
rropcrty ban a frontage, on Klnau St.
tf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, nath,
latge Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho Io
has a right of way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
Joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
ICC feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One half cash, balance on
n'ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen St