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RVICNINO TUTM.BT1A HONOLULU H. T. MONDAY. JFNE !), 1902
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E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, CORNIiH
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AM PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
MEM SAILS W
The Oceanic steamship Alameda,
Captain Herrlman. will tall for San
Francltco tomorrow afternoon at 4
o clock, from the Oceanic wharf Ac-
cording to schedule she was to leave on ,,ubllc Worlis untll Momlay. Juno 1C,
Wednesday. This change In her time , , . , fc f MppWng th.
of departure has been made so that she ' . , , ... , ...
can make San Francisco one day ahead Department of Public Works with
of time and go on the drjdock to bo llrlcks. Cement. I.lme, Coal, Lumber,
tleaned, sailing from San Francisco on Hardware, Lubricating and Machlno
schedule time. j. s. Paints, Powder and Fuse, Pip-
The officers and crew of the Alamcd.i ngg aml mtlngs, Electric Light Sup
greatly regret that they will be at sea ,, arnegg father and Findings.
on the day of the races at Kaplolanl .... . ,,. .r ,,, , ... n,,. ,.
, . , ' .... . ,, ,.11 Hay and Oram 01 tho best quality, In
park, but duty will deprive them of this. , , , , . 7,
pleasure ashore. quantities required from time to time.
The usual cargo of sugar, bananas for the term of six months from July
and so forth will be taken to the Coast ! 1st to December 31st, 1902.
in the Alarm da and a large number of
cabin passengers will go away In her
The Territorial band will be on tho
wharf, as usual, to play the steamship
11ft. Ordinary mall for San Francisco
closes at the postofllce at 3 o'clock.
Following is the list of those who
have engaged passage:
C. M. Cooke and wife. .Mrs. 11. Lable.
Mrs. O Schneider, Mrs. F. Stern and
child, Mrs F. C. Perrlman. Mrs. H.
Tellss. Mrs. Topsan, Mrs. Z. K. Myers,
Mrs. Paulding, Mrs C II. Long, Mrs,
McCully-Hlgglns, Miss Crasson, Mrs.
M. E. On Is, Mrs. Evans, Miss Evans,
Mrs. Gregg. Miss Ilrowu, Mrs. GIteh
mot, Mrs. Now ell. Mrs. Andrew Chal
mers and child, Miss A. J. Dlas, Mlsr
II. Conn, W. A. Lowln, wife and child,
D. T. Uushnell, S. H. Bushnell, F. W.
Van Valkenherg, wife and child, Miss
J. C. Carlson, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. W. J.
Lowrle. Miss Clara I.owrle, Master
win i.,i. n v ti.i,. ,,,,
Will Lowrle, It. K. IJurke. wife nnd
child, F. Laldlaw and wife, Mrs. Tuck,
Mrs. Goodwin, Miss Dron. Bishop ol
I'anopolls, David Petty, R. M. May,
John McOregor, W. Mcllroy, Geo. Mc
Laughlin. Mrs. Captain Johnson, Mrs.
Cameron. Theo. I). Ferdon, P. Savary,
wife and child, Chas. Sullivan, Mnstcr
William Morgan, C S. Holloway. C. V.
Spier, Geo .Chalmers, W. C. Hamburg
er, Miss G. nates, W. M. Waterman and
wife, J. A. Crack. Dr. Susmann. C. P.
St. John, W. II. Malott. J. M. Moor
fleld, P. Durns, wife and three chil
dren .Suglhnra and wife, A. II. Smith,
T 1. Gould, Mrs, Newell, Mrs. Gregg,
Judge Sllliman nnd wife, Mrs, Dettln
gcr. Miss Jenkins M. Alexander and
, wife E. Van Senden II. P. Jones J. D.
Watson Mr. Stanford Mr. Macmlllan,
It. M. Gllmanft S. Wile.
HOW TO SCOLD.
The woman In authority should study
consideration of other people's feelings.
The common scold or the continual
fault-finder Is perhaps the most dis
agreeable person In tin world, not only
unhappy, herself, but making others so.
Scolding, viewed in one light, is
really an accomplishment that Is,
hon used for the proper correction of
servants and children If you feel call
ed upon to deliver a rebuke to a ser
vant make It clear to tho offender that
jour displeasure Is justified; never loss
jour temper, but be calm and dignified,
for remember that your bearing has
much tu do with tho respect that you
ro held In by those under jour author
ity. Never let a scolding degenerato
Into nagging, for if you do you lose
ill claim for respect from the delin
quent and the person nt fault becomes
your critic, and n very scornful critic
Let, all scoldings bo gauged by tho
rrror, but do not make any one rebuke
long drawn out. Give each n hopeful
When properly administered a merit
cd Molding quickly bears the fruit ol
better behavior on the p;rt of the of
Many wives have spoiled the good
nature of their husbands by selling
apon some fault, trivial perhaps, nnd
tonstantly dwelling upon It.
Where a homo Is made unhappy by
a sreat fault of tho husband, If he Is
worthy of loving and saving, ho Is mote
effectively appealed to by tenderness
than by denunciation or scorn.
Chuck-chutk Is tho latest rival ol
ping-pong In the German capital. It ll
a kind of Indoor curling.
Keeps tho clothes from getting wrink
led ami makes nn Ideal closet. The
only practical closet set manufactured
and made either for ladles or gentle
men. Set consisting of 21 pieces f.&ly
& SON, Ltd;,
FORT AND KING STREETS.
TENDERS FOR MATERIAL AND
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, June Gth, 1902,
Sealed Tenders will bo received at
the office of the Superintendent of
Specifications to bo had at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works
Bonds will be required in such reas
onnblo mm as may bo determined by
tho Superintendent of Public Works,
condition d for furnishing such Items
as arc awarded In accordance with tho
terms of tho tender.
The Superintendent of Public Works
does not bind himself to accept the
lowest or nny bin.
JAS. II. DOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, July 5th, 1902, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
the Judiciary building, will be sold nt
Pnhllp AnMlnn. tho lonnn nf n nnrtlnn
1 .,..,., ,,, ii.. .,.. 11,.
of tho laud of Pouhala, lying nlongthn
Government road and opposite tho
School House and Ttoman Catholic
Church lots, in the district of Hwa
Oalni, containing an area of 2.70 acres
n llttlo moro or less,
Term3 Flvo years.
Upset rentnl $41.00 per nnnum.
payable semiannually IT! advance.
For plan and further particulars, ap.
ply at flio Public LandB Oiilce, Homy
lulu. EDWARD S. BOYD.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office, Juno ITh, 1902
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an order of the Hon
A, S. Humphreys, Judgo of the Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit of the Terr!
I' ry of Hawaii, the undersigned W. C.
Parke, administrator of the estate of
Catherine P. Auld, deceased, will sell
nt the auction rooms of Jas, F, Morgan
Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
the 28th day of June, 1902, at 12
c dock noon, all the right, title, Inter
est and estate of the sniil Catherine. P.
Auld, at tho tlmo of her Heath, In and
to all those certain pieces or parcels
of land, situate and described as fol
1 All those 8 apanas, situate In Mo
anul, Island of Molokat, described In
R P. 0402, L. C A. 6299 and 3189, to
Kuhlo, containing an area of 23 acres,
1187 fathoms, excepting a portion of
Apann 7, granted to U. Ual & Co. by
deed, dated September 19, 1870, and re
corded In Book IC, pages 450-457.
.'. AH those certain 5 apanas situ-
bio In Moanul nnd Honoullwal, bald
Ijland of Molokal. described In R. P.
1131, Grant, containing 10.75 ncres,
3. All that certain InncT, situate. In
Honomanu. Island of Maul, described
fr R P. 7012, L. C. A il&7. containing
nn area of 5.77 acres.
Terms and conditions of salo: Cash
L'l ited States Gold Coin, on confirma
tion of rnlo by said Court. Deeds nt
ONpenso of purchasers. Tracings show
ing location of said land's can bo seen
at abovo auction rooms.
Dated Juno C, 1902.
"vV. C. PARKE,
Administrator Estate of Catherlno P.
Auld. Deccnsed; Room 309, Judd
i Jim FINAL
T. McCANTS STEWART
SENDS IN A LETTER
Answers Central Committee of Re
publican Party on Action Re
garding Bis Recent
Having received from the Territorial
Central committee of the Republican
party a communication to the effect
Hint that body had decided to request
him to reconsider his determination to
icslgn, T. McCnnts Stewart has sent
the following communication to Secre
tary J. II. Tlslrr which Is self-explanatory;
Honolulu. Hawaii. June 0, 11)02.
J. H risher, Esq., Secretary of the Ite
puhllcan Territorial Central Com
mittee, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Dear Sir. I hae jour kind faor
of May 20, advising me that you hnvs
been directed to Inform me that my
resignation under date of Mi" ll, 19".
was nail at the meeting uf the Terri
torial Central Coi-s- ittec. May 23, l'jnj. i
whereupon acceptance was deferred
n.iil on motion It was voted "that Mr,
' tew art be requested to reionslder his
iC3lgnatlon and that the Seiretarj for
wnrd to him suitable communication
to that effect."
Please convey to the committee mv
hearty appreciation of their courteous
action, and say that my determination
to retire from politics for the present
Because of this kindly expression ol
the committee, I deem It my duty to
snv. that all explanations of nu icslg-
nation, which lie outside of the reasons
given In my letter, are without any
foundatlon whatsoever. For example,,
the Star, although treating public qucs-
tlons broadly and Individuals falrl), ex-
presoes nothing more than Its opinion .
In Its explanation, that I shall be a
candidate for the Legislature. Having 1
no law partner, I could not afford to
serve the people In such capacity. And
the editorial suggestion In the Advcr-
tlser, that I nm trlng to secure the
nomination to Congress of Judge Hum-
phreys by the Home Rule Republican
party Is too absurd to deny.
I hope thnt the Republican party. In
whose ranks I shall remain, may be
come at no distant day the majority
party nnd way continue long In popu
lar favor by always making character
nun capacity lis umy icbi lur uutuuvu
ment In party council, nnd for promo
tion In the public service, and by al
ways administering the affairs of the
government Impartially, honestly and
With final expressions of apprecia
tion, I am, jours truly,
(Signed.) T. M'CANTS STEWART.
(Continued from page 1.)
ptatutory limit, but cannot claim dow
er on Improvements mado by a pur
chaser from an heir. Her money al
lowance In lieu of her dower right Is
to be ascertained and reported to tho
ccurt by a commissioner to be hero-
An appeal Is noted by defendants.
Judge Gear has signed a decree In
the case of Isaac Testa vs. II. Kauai
ullo and the executor and bclrs of tho
late Antone Rosa. It is adjudged that
in certain foreclosure proceedings tho
1 aid Rosa acted as tho agent nnd trus
Uu for the complainant. V. J. Testa
in appointed trustee In place of Rosa.
uaac TcBta Is required to oxocuto a
deed to his new trustee conveying nlli('hung Yet, Young Hung. John Bruns,
the right, title, Interest nnd eetato ofi'"" Bushman, M. L. May, II. A. Jae
H. Kaualhllo, mortgagor, to tho prop 1 t'r. Ml" J'nry Relche, W. A. Kinney,
tnv described in the morteaeo. Thu J Batchelor, George Mundon, Mrs,
I allies are charged with their respect
ive costs. Tho property thus recover
ed by Isaac Testa consists of four
rleces In Koolauloa district of this
Islands one containing 1.5o"Hcres, the
tecond 45.38 ncres. tho third 1.40 acres
i-nil tho fourth all the land described
In Apana 2 of Rojal Patent 2909, L. U
Judgo Humphreys overruled the de
murrer nnd denied the motion to dls
Silvo tho temporary Injunction In tho
equity suit of Kanlunlu vs. Kalal, bill
tj cancel nnd set aside deed, etc
The necoants of S K. Kane, admin
istrator of tho cstato of William C.
Mnrkham, were approved by Judgo
.Tu.l.... Ilnmnhrnv. ,....,. o.l ,1
i .1 i- ""'" "" i'
In tho Knmnlo Sugar Co. case In ic-
conlanco with tho Supreme Court's do
uslon, giving tho defendants (Itv dajs
to comply with the terms of Judgment.
Tho Supremo Court session opened
this morning. A motion to quash the
ilt of error In II. Hackfcid fc Co. vs.!
flllo Railroad Co.. mado by defendant,
was argued and submitted. Kinney,
iiui au u .Mcuinnnnan for plaintiff:
Ititdi & Sllliman for defendant. Judge
Robinson sat with Justices Galbralth
end Perry In place of Chief Justku
Y. M. C. A. PLANS.
The Y W. C. A. Is nt present making
plans for an outing to take place on
tho afternoon of Saturday. June 14.
Mrs Ilnery C. Brown, secretary of tho
association, requests that all ladles In
terested, bend In their notifications so
that plans can bo made accordingly.
Wednesday, tho nth of June, being
a holiday, there will be no luncheon he heM l""ler tlle "11Bnlct'sot tl' on
served ut tho Y. W. C A i'ul" A"lIe"1' Club In the Opera Houso
Mavroyonl Bey, who was Turkish
Minister at Washington a few years
ago. has been appointed by the Sultan
Prince of the Island of Samos. Sarnos
Is tributary to the Porte, but Is auto
nomous. The people wero dissatisfied
with their late ruler.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
p m. It
Monday .. ..
o i6, 6 t
I It 9
I J 9 S
! II 10 4
( IS II )t
New moon on tho 5th at 7.41 p. ni.
Tides from the United States Coast
and (Jeodetlc Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul anu Illlo occur
about nu hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawnllan Standard Tlmo Is 10b 30m
sloivcr thnn Oreen wclh lime, being
I unit of the meridian or 157.30. The
i time whistle ..owb at 1:30 p. m whlcn
is the same as Greenwich, uu um.
Weather Utiruu. Punnligu, June 9.
Tempi laiuro Morning minimum,
b" MliM.i maximum, S3,
H.iioinUer at 9 o. m, 29.97. Steady.
Dew Point 70F.
Ilumldltj nt 9 a. m. C3 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
9 Weather hazy; wind light S.
Sunday, June S.
Str. W. (!. Hall, S. Thompson, from
Kn11.1l ports, at 4.03 a m.
btr.lwaiani, i.reeue, irom Annnoia,
ut 5: 45 a.m.
sir, .Minau. vv. inompson, irom
llnnamaulu. Koloa anu l.ltele, at J:1U
Sir. Maul. J-. Bennett, from Maul
ports, nt a w a. m.
Str. Lehua. Nuopala, from Kauna-
KaKal. ut 0 a. m.
Monday, Juno 9.
Gas. schr. Lcllpte. Tovvnsend, from
Hawaii anu -uaui pons wnn 01 neau
of cattle. 70 sheep. 2 pigs and 15 cord
Sunday, June 8.
C.-A. S. S. Mlovvera, Hemming, for
Suva, Brisbane and Sidney,
Am. schr. A. II. Johnson, Segclhorst,
for Puge Sound, In ballast
TO SAIL TODAY.
Str. James Makee. Tullett. for Ka
paa. Kllauea, Kallhlvval and Honokna,
nt 5 p. m.
Str. Lehua. Naopala, for Molokal
1 .)0rtg nt 5 p. m
Str. Klnati. Freeman, for llllo and
way ports, nt noon.
Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Knual ports, nt 5 p. m.
Str. Maul, F. Bennett, for Mjiut porta,
at 5 p. m.
Str. Noeau, Mosher, for Hnwall and
Maul ports, at noon .
O. S. 8. Alameda. Herrlman, for San
Francisco, from. Oceanic wharf, at 4
I'. S. A. T. Buford, from San Fran
cisco (June 2).
Str. Mlkahala. Gregory, from Kauai
ports ; a. m.
From Maul ports, per str. Maul, Juno
8 W. K. Rathburn. D. Pllkol, Mrs.
NakllKdna and two children, II. Smith
and wife, L. E. Beebe, J, A. Magoon,
P. Wllcke. W. H. Ilaugh, D. L. Wads
worth, Miss J. Pogue, Master C. Pogue,
Daisy Pogue, .Miss McElroy, Mrs. F. A.
Potter. R. P. Hose. Rev. a. Molokawa.
Yamagata, T. C. Howell, Mrs. Con
radt F II. Hnjseldcn Jr., M. Keoho
kalole, nnd 57 deck.
From Kauai ports, per str. W. G.
Hall. June 8 C. N. Splro, S. Lesser, C.
W. Spitz, Mrs Hammond, Miss Ham
mond, C. A. Rico, W. II. Scott, T. J.
King, II. D. Wlshard, Mrs. Hawano.
Matsumoto, Mrs. Murlshlge and 107
The Sutton-Coglll Company will ar
rive on the Hongkong Maru which Is
due on June 13 but is expected to ar
rive two or possibly three dnj-s ahead
of time owing to alterations to be made
in San Francisco. Glowing accounts of
several of the members of the combina
tion come from the Bijou Theater, Sjd
nej w hero they played under the man-
I ugement of Harry Rlckards, Australia's
greatest local entertainer. Rose
Aqulnuldo, Is credited with nn unusual
"' """" 'h ..va.u..tc uu.. 1.1
nbility to btyle herself the most won
,wf, ,nwinni nf w ,,v bi,.
derful contortionist of her sex. She,
apparently does not confine herself to
mere tjing herself Into complicated
knots and postures hut has some bal
ancing feats, accomplished with tho aid
of hands nnd teeth that are little short
Almee Tasma has nn aerial wire with
which the introduces many noveltlfs
of balancing on the high wire and Adu-
Una Sarlna will perform brilliant and
startling feats on tho trapeze.
Hurry Coglll himself Is not unknown
to Honolulu, having passed through
hero many jeurs ago en route to a pro
fessional engagement In Australia
where ho has remained since. Ho Is a
clever comedian nnd a most entertain
ing singer. Saturday ntght should sno
I ?R T i ,y n"?T,U"1 T
"e 0r,,',lm, welIfncrowdfd "fr ,,,B
laces. The box ofllco salo will open
on Thursdaj morning at the Orphwin,
tie usual prices prevailing.
In the athletic exhibition which Is to
on cue evening or me inn or juue, me
fencing bout will take place between
l'l of l,o Ilcuf and his pupil. Robert
Moore. Tho French fencing muster Is
well known for his skill nnd Moore Is
said to be very good. Foils will bo used
in tho encounter,
A completo set of new stamps hn3
been ordered for the Orango River Colony.
THE QUEEN OF WAISTS
TH: SEASON'S GREATEST PRODUCTION
Tile selling of the GEISHA WAIST has been so enormous on nc
count of Its surpassing excellence that we have found It difficult to
supply tho demand, but large orders given In advance of the rush In
the mainland, which nnived by the S. S's. Hjndes nnd Alameda,
place us In position to servo our old customers nnd Invito now ones.
Tho OEISHA WAIST comes In the most exclusive stjles, the latest
conceits and choicest fabrics, all dainty, crisp and new.
Tl." OEISHA WAISTS Just received nro mado of orgnndles, mulls,
lawns, bntlstpi madras ginghams, mercerized chnmbrnjs, china silks
nnd crepe silks tho trimmings nl.vaj's In perfect accord with the ma
terials hut the STYLE of tho OEISHA WAIST pleases you most.
The sizes are oi to 41. Lnnlcs looking for size 44 will find them hero
Wr sell the GEISHA WAIST nt moderate prices. Ono tvv cnty-flvo
to Five dollars no moro than the common kinds nro.
A special display this week.
For Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE One blooded jearllng
Din ham bull at a bargain. Call Cen
tral Feed Store, King St. 21C9tf
FOR SALE Furniture of six room cot
tage; bouse can be rented. Apply
30 Vlnoj-nrd St below Nuuanu,
FOR SALE Bargain; gentle driving
horse, buggy and harness; will sell
horse separate. P. O, Box 5C4,
3 PARLORS, 5 bedrooms, furnished
completely, Iiou'ekeeplng; cither
elnglo or as a whole. 107 Fort. $33.
TO LET Furnished cottage for home
keeping. Apply at Honolulu Hotel.
TO LET Nicely furnished room, for
gentleman, In private family. En
quire Becond cottage in Emma
LOST Bunch of six kej's near post
office. Return to this office nnd rc
celvo reward. 0s-2t
FOUNTAIN PEN On Tort St. Re
ward for return to 3 Mclntyre Bldg,
W. C. Weedon. 210J-31
LOST Heart-shaped gold pin In Ad
ams lane. Return to this office and
rccelvo reward 2155-tf
NEW - TO-DAY
The store of Henry May & Co , Ltd.,
vlll bo closed Wednesdaj, Juno 11, tor
ell day. Custumers will kindly place
orders Tuesday. 2109 2t
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Shippers of freight by steamers . f
'he niter-Island "Steam Navigation Co,
Ltd., aro herebj notified that a new
form of shipping lereipt has been
adopted by the lompany to go Into ef
fect at onco.
Frelgnt will be nccepted, however,
on the old form of receipt up to Octo
ber 1st, 1902. after which date, freight
will be ccflveil onlj on the new form
of receipt a copy of which con bo
keen nt the offlco of the companj-,
INTER-ISLAND STLAM NAVIGA
TION CO LTD.
211.9-lm J ENA. President.
NOTICE, REPUBLICAN PRECINCT
CLUBS, FIFTH DISTRICT.
Each preelnrt club shall meet at
7.30 p, m. on t7i Borond Frldaj'. 13tfT
of June, and shall then make nomina
tions for offhers of the club. On tho
Ici.rth Friday. 27t'i of June, they shall
meet at tho same hour nnd elect offl
ceis for the ensuing two j'enrs.
On tho fourth Fildaj 25th of Julj
they shall meet at the same hour and
mnko nominations for members of tho
District Committee and Delegates to
the TcriTToilal Convention to bo voted
fur at a primarj to be held on the first
Saturday, id of August, between tho
hours of 2 and 8 o'clock p m.
Officers and members of tho several
ireclntt clubs of the Fifth District
will please see that thi above calls aro
carried out () :t. CARTER,
Chairman Flttb District Committee.
W. J. COELHO Secretary.
Klnc fid ward VII Is appalled at tha
prospect of khslng all the peeis,
spiritual and tempoial. at the roiona
tlon, nnd It has aerordlnglv been ar
ranged that only the Archbishops nrn.
to reeelvo the ovulatory greeting In
President Roosevelt has promised to
nttend the Elks' festival In Dcs Moines
In., this mouth, provided Congiess
shall adjourn In time. Tho object ol
the festival is to raise $73 000 with
which to build an Elks' Home.
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 14th,
For a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comtc Effusions.
I In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COQILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Booking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dances and Bur
lesque. DAVE CASTON
Character Comedian and Hungarian
( LENA HARVEY
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
Dox offlco opens at tho Orpheum
Vhursday at 9 a. m.
A -:- FIRST-CLASS -:- ATTRACTION,
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 local talent will contest for
cash prizes and medals.
Tho event of tho evening will bo a
10-round contest for points between
Lan Agnew and Jack Weedon.
Sccuro your scats early at
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
8HATS NOW ON HALE.
I SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
at Honolulu, until 12 m. of July 7st,
1P02, for furnishing wo Department ot
Public Works, 220 Joint 10-lnch Cost
lion Ben and Spigot Wnte Pipe, 3000
luunds Pig Lead, 150 pounds Hemp,
2 10-Inch Gate Valves, and Special
Castings. All to be delivered F. O. B.
a hart, Illlo.
j Speclfjcatlons on fllo In offlco of Su
pcrlntendcnt of Public Works, nt Ho
nolulu, and at offlco of Mr. TJ. K. Rich
nrds, Agent of Public Works Depait
ment, nt Illlo,
Tilo Superintendent of Public Woiks
itserves tho right to reject nny or uTl
bids. JAMES II. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works,
I The late Frank Stockton never could
wrlt a successful poem. Ir. bis j'outh
In conjunction with his brother John,
lie wiole many -h-miiis with which ho
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dian periodicals. The effusions always
65 Queen St.
On Tuesday, June 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tho Irmgard wharf, foot of ftuuanu
street, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of Mr. A. N. Campbell, treasur
er Hawaiian Navigation Co., Ltd., the
gasollno schooner "Eclipse," lullj
equipped for service. This Includes
ropes, anchors, chains, tackle, s!do
lights, boats, etc., etc.
Terms cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, furniture
Double nnd three quarter oak beds,
Iron beds, springs, mattresses,
Pillows, bed clothes, rockers,
Chairs, tables, bureaus,
WaBhstands, nets, lamps,
Crockerj', glassware, matting.
Men's hose, brown cotton, "allses,
Condensed milk, soap, nalla, paint.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On SATURDAY, JUNE 21, "
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr. II. T. MARSH, Trustee In re A,
E. Nlcnols, bankrupt.
Two cows, two calves,
Ono buggy and harness,
One brusn and curry comb,
One feed cutter, ono dog,
One golfing Outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on tho Wahlawa Sugar Co.,
Ltd., for 760 shares of its capital stock
par value $100 per share, or $75,000.
Equity In Manhattan Llfo Insuranca
Co.'s policy No. 115.C2S on the llfo ol
Albert E. Nichols, face (death) valuu
of policy $20,000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
'FIRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Derctanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 130 .
feet on Derctanla otreet, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; ono-hnlf casti, bal
anco on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
at present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'roperty han a frontage on Klnau St,
cf 115 feet and a depth ot 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen. Rath,
laige Carriage Houso. Price $1500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balance on
rtortgago at 71-2 por cont net Tho lot
has a right of way cntranco to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
1C0 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. One-halt cash, balanco on
mortgage at 7 1-2 por cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen St
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