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E. O. HALL
NEW BUILDING, COIINliR
W. A. WHITING APPOINTED
COMMISSIONER OF COURT.
Kapukiai Spendthrift Case In Supreme
Court Again Judgment By
Default in Chinese
Judge Robinson heard tho bill for
partition of Harriet Halle und others
s. Elizabeth Jl . Ctishlngbjm and
others. He granted the praor of thu
petition as amended and appointed W.
Austin Whiting commissioner with lu
Mructlous to report within twentj days
tho feasibility of the partition In kind,
or. In the event that partition In kind
cannot be had, the sale of the property.
Tho pioperty Include the corner of
King and Dethel stieets. for man)
)ears occupied l a Chinese planing
mill and cigar stand.
The Supreme Court has heard tho
petition for rehearing of the guardian
ship of Kulua Kaptikinl, the appeal
from Honolulu District Court of Lew
erg & Cooke vs .1 V. Itedhutisc and S
Ahtnl vs. W. II. t'ornwell Jr.
Judgment b) default has been en
tered b) Judge dear for plaintiffs In the
Hilt of C K. Al et al doing business
as the Chin Sauk Well Co.. vs V Atoy
ct al copartners under the name ohf
Kwong Chong Wal Co. It It. for $1145 -22
damages and $59.03 costs.
San Francisco. June 1. Customs In
spector John Peppln yesterday un
earthed on the America Mam a rich
horde of contraband goods, the prop
erty of L. E. Remiss, the white purser
on the Japanese liner. Some of tho
goods were discovered In the mall
room, tho balance In Remiss' trunk.
The purser confesses! to the owner
snip and Inspector Peppln took charge
of the goods, which In variety and
quality pay mute tribute to thu shrewd
ness of the purser's trailing Instinct.
The seizure Is considered Important
lot' the reason that It Ib unusual for
the purser of a big passenger liner to
be Implicated In anything savoring of
smuggling. Peppln Is proud of the
seizure, which he nan listed as fol
lows: One silk handkerchief case, ono
clalsonnu vase, twelvo silk do) lies, one
slli. center piece, one Ivory paper cut
ter, ono ulTk pin cushion. 52.1 cigars
and two bolts of silk. The silk was
found In Remiss' trunk. A tabouretto
was also seized, but of this the purser
Chicago, May 31. The management
of the Harrlman lines has Just perfect
ed details of the largest colonization
plan ever attempted by the railroads
In tho West. Traffic Director J. C.
Stubbs today announced the organiza
tion of a colonization bureau and tho
appointment of O. M. McKlnney to bo
general colonization agent, In charge
of the bureau, with headquarters In
McKlnney started for Portland. Or ,
today with a view of getting in touch
'with the general situation, and on his
return to Chicago plans will bo per.
fected which tho Harrlman people be
lieve will place 100.000 colonists In
Oregon and Washington within the
next two years. The sum of (100,000
has been appropriated to carry on tho
work, which will be on a scalo hitherto
unattempted. H Is tho purpose to ap
point colonizing agnts In all Eastern
and Middle West centers nnd to draw
large. y from the population or we
Austria and Hungary
Facing a Crisis
Vienna, June 1. Well Informed per
sons here say that, while the speech
made In tho upper Itelchsrath by the
Austrian premier, Dr von Koerber, In
which the speaker Intimated that,
much ns Austria desired to maintain
its friendship with Hungary, there
were certain lengths concession to
which It was impossible for Austria to
go, It was not Intended to ho aggress
ive toward Hungary. Nevertheless
there Is no doubt that a serious crisis
exists, and that everything depends up
on the tact of Emperor Francis Joseph,
whose Intervention hns become Inevi
table. It Is expected that His Majesty
will support Dr. von Kocrbers posi
PURSER BEKISS' III
SEEK COlOilS FOI)
keeps the clothes from getting wrink
led and makes an Ideal closet. Tha
only practical closet set manufactured
and mado either for ladles or gentle
men. Set consisting of 21 pieces f.nly
& SON, Ltd:,
FORT AND KING 8TREET8.
m lEAHO STAND
'DECISION REACiiFD RY
JOCKEY CI HH TniUY
Names of Weller and Del Vista Will
Both Appear on Rcsita Challenge
Cup With Time
A meeting of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club was hold In the Collins harness
shop. King stiect, this morning, to set
tle various matters thnt came up dur
mg me progress or the races at Kaplo
lanl Park yesterday.
The most Important point was tho
decision readied that the ltolta chal
lenge eup race which was declared a
dead heut by tho Judges yesterday that
there will bo no second race to decide
the matter on Monday next, as had
b 'en announced yestciday.
.'t was voted to allow tho raco to
stan 1 as n dead heat nnd to permit
both 1'orses to tnko thn record of
1 .12 2 5. both names to be engraved on
the cup. with thO tltne mado.
It might be said, In passing, that Del
Vlsla and Weller will be present nt the
races In Hllo on the Fourth of July and
that they will then try conclusions
I It hail been suggested that, should
.the Del Vlstn-Weller race be pulled off
on Monday next, other events would
also be arranged so that there would
be a regular program. However, this
morning's action stopped all such ar
rangements. The cups were not presented this
morning ns was stated In the Adver
tiser. Secretnry Clarence Crnbbo, to
whom so much Is due for the success
of yesterday's events, stated this morn-
Ing that the winners could have the
cups at any time they might see fit to
call for tham.
Nothing was said at this forenoon's
meeting about the bets made yester
nay on the dead heat race. It Is taken
for grifhtcd that tho usual unwritten
. rules will be followed.
Denver, May 31 tawrence C.
Phlpps. tho millionaire; steel manufac
turer, left tonight for Pittsburg. Be
fore going he announced that he had
.purchased KO acres of land near Mont
, Clair, a suburb of Denver, on which ho
proposes to establish a sanitarium far
consumptives on the Trudeau cottage
system. It will bo established In
memory of his mother and called the
Agnes Phlpps Memorial Hospital He
paid 15(1.000 for the land and will spend
a mucn larger amount in Improve
Hcrkoloy XTuy 31 Recent news has
I come from Dr George A. IteUner, di
rector of tho Phebe Hearst archaeolog
ical expedition in Egypt for the benefit
of tho University of Callfornln, of the
discovery of a great quantity of vnl
liable materlaT In the tombs of Glrga,
'o ntho river Nile. This will bo Imme
diately forwarded to swell the sped
mens In the museum of nnthropology
at Berkeley, which is an Important nd
Junct to the new department of arch
aeology and anthropology lecently es
tablished by an endowment of Mrs.
E ii UME
Monterey, May 31. The final survey
for Ono of thft Inn-put (rrlpntlnn nnnnla
In the Stato Is being conducted, and
mo worn or construction will, it Is un
derstood, begin ns soon as the task Is
completed The proposed canal will
'run through the southern portion of
Monterey county, from Solcdad.
Spence and Chualar to tho SprecTcels'
Sugar Company's large holdings south
cast of Sallnns. The canal will fur
nlsh water for Irrigating over forty
miles of beet growing country on cith
er side of the ditch. Tho water for tho
system vvfu be obtoliy-d from the Ar
royo slough and tho damming of this
creek will cost abouiTSOO.OOO.
Puflington (proudly) I can trace my
descent from William the Conqueror!
Grlmshaw (calmly) Well, go ahead
and do It, If )ou feel Inclined. William
the Conqueror won't mind. April
' irhtntrff', SB.
c rail to (ill
IHt ALLhb'HANY bUIUUN
New edition with special Introduc
tion hy the author. With many photo
gravures and other filusTratlons never
Eight Sumptuous Octavo Volumes
1. Size. The work will consist of 8
octavo volumes, nvcraglng 375
pages, with a leaf size 61-4x9 1-2
2. Type and Printing. The type used
Is a laige and handsome face of
pica, and the presswork has been
done by THE KNICKERBOCKER
PRESS In the best possible-manner.
3. Paper. The paper, made special
ly for this edition, Is tho high grade
"Old Chester Laid."
4. Illustrations. Many rare old West
ern views and portraits have been
secured and specially engraved for
tub Allegheny TUITION.
These designs are carefully repro
duced In photogravure and half
tone, and nro very handsomely
printed either on Japanese vellum
or Ivory coated paper, so that they
nio presented In the most effect
ive mnnner possible.
5. Binding. The volumes nro elegant
l bound In full silk lluckrnni. A
beautiful example or modern book
making. PRICE PER VOLUME, $5.00,
Suid foi lenrilptle cntnloguu or rail
nnd examine IiooI.k Sold on c-asv In-
FtnlllilclilK ci per ic nt
rr for ensh.
WM. C, LYON,
1200-201 dUDD BUILDING.
A TEN-ROUND GO
AT THE OPERA IIOUSE
Frank Turk Acts As Referee Pre
liminary Bouts. Wrestling Matches,
and Fencing On
A good sized audience was In attend
ance laBt night nt the athletic exhibi
tion of the Honolulu Atheltlc Club giv
en in the Opera House. AH the sports
! iu town were there.
, The carpets hnd all been taken up for
i the occasion and, on the stage, the
jiegulntlon size ring was roped off for
I tho boxing contests. Two tables were
Uet at the left for the newspaper men.
I A young man who never misses a
) boxing match when there is one to bo
seen, was called to the stage to act a
master of ceremonies.
The first event of the evening was
a four-round go between Latham and
, De Lisle, the latter a Camp McKlnley
soldier. Latham was the slower fighter
but he succeeded in getting In som.
clever work. Dc Lisle was the quick
er nnd more expert and fought a clean
fight right through.
Next camo a Japanese wrestling
match between Haniat-san, a big man,
and Kolshlgawa, a small man. After
the usual ceremonious preliminaries,
the big man threw the small man,
amidst a lot of squealing and clapping
of hands. Then came a throw for tha
little man and It was all over.
The second bout was much better.
Wakamlnado and Aklrata, two large
and finely built Japanese, gave an ex
hibition of wrestling that drew forth
rounds of applause. Each man scored
I a throw.
I John Moore and Prof. Le Heuf. did a
I stunt with the foils. The former Is a
pupil of Lo Heuf Ills work was much
more stupendous, lunging nnd gyrating
from ono side to the other. The tried
professor Just stood In one place and
only moved his wrist.
Harry Dennett of Chicago and Jack
Thomas of Camp McKlnley, put up a
match of four rounds that was decided
ly the best thing of the evening. Thom
as Is a good fighter and has not been
beaten In his class In the city but In
met his equal and, In some respects,
his superior. In tho ring last night.
Thero was one round of a match be
tween Alex. Harris, colored, and Harry
Patterson, white. Ono round was
enough and the master of ceremonies
took tho word of the contestants for
This was the last of the preliminary
bouts and then came the event of the
evening, the ten-round match between
Lon Agnew nnd Jack Weeday Frank
Turk was agreed on by both the men as
a fit referree. Agnew went Into the
ring weighing only 149 pounds while
Weeday tipped the scales for 157V4.
Tho first two or three rounds show
ed advantage neither ono way or the
other. Then Weeday.havlng got his sec
ond wind, went nt Agnew hammer and
tongs and had the best of the fight
throughout the remainder of the bout,
Agnew was plainly losing his strength
as the rounds progressed nnd, In tha
eighth, ninth nnd tenth rounds, Weeday
had everything his own way.
The contestants having agreed that,
should both men bo on their feet a
the end of the tenth round tho fight
should be declnred a draw, such a deci
sion was given by the referree.
Clcvelnncl to Tulle.
New York, May 31. Orovcr Cleve
land has arcepted an Invitation to
speak at the opening of the now Tilden
Club on June 19th. About 1500 men
prominent In the Democratic party
have been invited Among those ex
pected are David B. Hill nnd William
Official statlstlcu show that there are
17,000.000 children In Russia between
the ages of 0 and 14 receiving absolute
ly no education.
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First quarter of the moon June 12,
1 24 p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Oeodetlc Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Ib lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
tuat of the meridian of 157.3V. The
tlmo whistle owa at 1:30 p. tn., whlen
Is tho Baroe as Greenwich, va Ora.
Weather Hureati, Piinahoii, June 12.
Temperature Morning minimum
07; Midday maximum, S".
Harometcr at 0 a. in. 29.90. Falling
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity at 9 a m. CO per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station. Juno
12. Weather very clear, wind light NE.
Wednesday June ll
I". S. A. T. Rtilord, Crush) 'J dnys
from San Krnnclsco.
S K. Hongkong Marti, Kilmer from
( Thursday June 12.
I Am. str Kona, Dlnsniore. It dn)Y
from n I rate ports.
Wednesday. June 11
Am but. Carrollton, Gordon, for Ta
TO SAIL TODAY.
S. S. Hongkong Mnru, I'llmer, for
San Fianclsco. at 2 p, in.
Str. Lehiia. Naopala. for Molokal and
Maul ports, nt 3 p, m.
Str. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Eleele,
Makawell; for Koloa with mall ami
passengers only, at 5 p. m.
Str. Nllhati, Thompson, for Wnlmea,
nt 5 p. m.
Str. Hclene. Nicholson, for Mahti
kona, Paauhau, Kukalati. Ookala, Lau
pahoehoc and Paapaloa, at 3 p. m.
From the Orient, per S. S. Hongkong
Mnru. JunH 11 For Honolulu Fred.
Altro, Miss Rose Aqulnnldo, Miss S.
B. Illxby, D. Cnston. Mrs. I). Cnston,
Mrs II Cogill. II Coglll, F. von Hon
me)ei Miss C. Lledelt, T S. Llppy,
Mis T S. Llppy. A. Russet, Miss
Adellnn Sarlca, MIbs Anile Tnsmer
and Jnmes II. Todd. Through R. U.
Allen. A. II Harlow. Rev. J. G. Dish
op, Mrs. J. G Rlshop, W I. Uurton.
Mrs. W. L. Uurton. W. W. Uurton,
Mrs. W. W. Uurton, Miss Carman.
Mrs K. F. Coo, II. Davis. Mrs. H.
Davis. Mies Davis, G. C. Dew, F,
Fachtmann, Colonel Edward Fenner,
.Mrf. Edward Fenner, W. S. Ferguson,
Mrs. W. S. Ferguson, Miss Ferguson,
Mrs. M. J. Hoathcote, Captain P. Hoi
dons, O. W. Hlgglns. Mrs. G. W. Illg
gins, Miss M. Hlgglns, Lieutenant
Commander F. H. Holmes, U. S. N.;
Mrs. F. II. Holmes, Miss Margaret
Holmes, Miss C von Housen. Mrs, R,
Hutchinson. F. W. Lotz. J. McMullen,
Mrs. J. McMullen. C. Miller. John NI
col. Miss Hessle Nleol. II . A. Van Nle
velt, Max Xoessler, L, S. Palen. Miss
Delia Ross, E. D, Sanders, C. J. L.
Van Sehmld. A. Schroeder, N. J.
Stabb. R. C Steele. J. Strauss. Mrs.
J. Strauss, child and nurse; J. D.
Stubbs. Mrs. J. II. Stubbs. Lieutenant
A S. Williams, U. S. M. C; Miss H.
Chnse, .Mrs. P. Heldens.
(Continued from page 1.)
little brown men pulled over their
countrymen, the time of the pull being
2 hours. 12 minutes and SO 1-5 seconds.
After the pulls foot ra'ces sack rnccs
and various other sports were Indulged
In, a well spread luau finishing up the
HONGKONG'S FAST TRIP.
The Hongkong Maru arrived In nort
last night at & o'clock after aremark
ably fast trip of eight days and twenty-
three hours Trom Yokohama to this
port. During the trip the bark Ceylon
was sighted about 500" miles from Ho
nolulu. Nothing, however, was seen of
(he wreck of the Fannie Kerr.
Among the passengers nro Lieuten
ant Commander F. 11. Holmes, U. S,
N who, with Mrs. Holmes, is return
ing to his home In Monterey. Among
the lest arc the members of the Sut
ton Opera Company, which will hp
seen .n tho Orpheum on Saturday, and
a number or globe-trotters.
GOODNOVV 18 HONORED.
Peking. May 31. The Government
proposes to bestow a decoration on
John Goodnow, the United States Con
sul General at Shanghai, In recogni
tion of his services In maintaining
peace In the central provinces of Chi
na In 1900.
A telegram fiom Lahalna at 2 p. in.
states that tho steamship Tampico
leaves Kuhulul for San Francisco nt b
p. m. today.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
NEW - TO-DAY
FOURTH DISTRICT. SECOND PRE
CINCT REPUBLICAN CLUB.
A meeting cf the Fourth District.
Second Precinct Republican Club will
he held at the tent nt tho corner of
Lunnlllo and Pllkol Btreets (old base
bull grounds) Friday evening, June
13th, at 8 o'clock p. m. A full attend
ance of Republican voters of (his pre
cinct Is requested. Business, nomina
tion of officers. J. II. FISHER,
D. LOGAN, Secretary.
THE QUEEN OF WAISTS
TH: SEASON'S GREATEST PRODUCTION
Tile selling of the GEISHA WAIST has been so enormous on ac
count of Its surpassing excellence that we have found It difficult to
supply tho demand, hut large orders git en In advance of the rush In
the mainland, which arrived hy the S. S's. Hyades and Alameda,
place us In position to serve-our old customers and Invito new ones.
The GEISHA WAIST conies In the most exclusive st)les, tho lntest
conceits and choicest fabrics, all dainty, crisp and new,
Tho GEISHA WAIST8 Just received are mado of organdies, mulls,
lnwns, batiste, madras ginghams, mercerized chambrnys, china silks
and crepe silks the trimmings aLvays In perfect accord with the ma
terials, but the STYLE of the QEI8HA WAIST pleases you most.
The sizes arc o2 to 41. Lames looking for size 41 will find them hero
Wo sell the GEISHA WAIST at moderate prices. One twenty-flvo
to Five dollars no more than the common Kinds are.
A special display this week.
For Wont Column See Vage Six
' WANTED Girl to core for baby; light
I housework Appt) 1323 Nuuanil.
JGIRL WANTED For soda fountain.
Apply Honolulu Drug Co. 2171-tf
COUPLE require suite with good
board, rommence July; state terms.
X. Ruth-tin office 2171-3t
WANTED House of six or seven
rooms, unfurnished, In the district
bounded b) Reretanta, Wilder ave
nue, Alapal and Pllkol. Address II..
Utilletln offlei. 2171-lw
FOR SALE 8-year-old bay saddle
mate snend and gentle. Address
ll.. this offb c 2171-lw
For Lnhalna Klhel nnd Maul ports:
schooner Alice Kimball will sail at 4
p. m. Tuesday, 17th June. 1902. from
irmgnrd wharf. Freight received now.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
On and after this date bills of lading
will be Issued by this company. Instead
of shipping receipts as heretofore.
Freight will be received under the
old form of shipping receipt up to Oc
tober 1st, 1902, but nfter that date the
bill of lading only will be accepted.
WTLDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
C. L. WIGHT,
Honolulu June 10th. 1902. 217I-29t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters Teitamentnry having been
duly Issued to the undersigned, Thom
as S. Douglas, as Executor of thp Last
Will and Testament of SUSAN JANE
DOUGLAS late of Honolulu. Island of
Oatiu, Terrltor) of 'Hawaii, deceased.
notice Is hereby given to all persons
to prCBcnt their claims against tho cs-
tato of said Susan Jane Douglas, de
cease, duly authenticated, whether so
cured by mortgage or otherwise, to
Messrs. Holme and Stunley, attorneys
tor tho undersigned at their office, on
Kaahumanu street In the City of Ho
nolulu, wltblrt SIX MONTHS from the
uate of the first publication hereof or
they will bo forever barred, and all
persons Indebted to said estate are
..ereby requested to make Immediate
payment to Messrs Holmes and Stan
ley. THOMAS S. DOUGLAS.
Executor of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Susan Jnne Douglas, De
ceased. Honolulu, June 12th. 1902,
2171 June 12. 19. 20; July 3, 10.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters Testamentary having been
iiuly Issued to tho undersigned A. L
Loulsson, S M Damon. A. Gartenberg
and Theres-a Loulsson as Executors
nnd Executrix respectively of the Last
Will and Testament of ."OltlUS
LOUIbSON, late of Honolulu. Island
of Oahu, Terrltor) of Hawaii, decensed.
notice is hereby given to nil persons to
present their clnlms ngalnst tho estnte
of said Morris Loulsson. deceased, dulv
authenticated, whether secured hy
mortgage or otherwise, to 8. M. Da
mon, ono of the executors of the Last
Will and Testament o. the said Morris
Loulsson. dcecased. nt tho hnnlilni-
house of Bishop & Company In tho
my or Honolulu, within SIX MONTHS
from tho date of the first publication
hereof or they will be forever barred,
nnd all persons Indebted to said estato
are hereby requosted to make Immedi
ate payment to tho said S, M. Damon.
A L LOUISSON,
S M DAMON,
Executors of the Last Will nnd Testn
ment of Morris Loulsson, Dee'd.
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Morris Loulsson, Dec'd.
Honolulu, Juno 12th, 1902.
2171 June 12, 19, 20, July 3, 10, 17, 21.
SILVER In this city. June 12. 1902,
Caroline Myrtle, aged 1 month, 23
da) s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Funeral from residence, LIHha streot,
at 4 p. m,
NEW - TO-DAY
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 14th,
Tor a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
' Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comic Effusions.
In a Serlrs of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Rooking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dances and Bur
lesque. DAVE CASTON
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
Box office opens at the Orphcum
Thursday nt 9 a. m.
I Regular Prices.
A -:- FIRST-CLASS -:- ATTRACTION.
Coj, Corner of Beretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
TelepKone Blue 3552.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. p. o. Box 537.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH"
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER-
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
Deeming It essential to tho promo
tion of Justice, we do order that a Spe
cial Teim or the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit be held In the Judiciary
building In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, tho 7th day of JULY. A. D.
1902. at TL of tTio clock In tho fore
noon of said day, and continuing for
tho period provided by law.
Done nt Chambers this 10th day of
June, A. D. 1902.
A. S. HUMPHREYS,
GEO. D. OEAR.
W. J. ROBINSON,
The foregoing order Is hereby ap
proved. W. F. KREAR,
Chief Justice of the Supieme Court of
the Territory of Hawaii,
Dated June 10, 1902. 2171-281
DOWN THU LINE.
The Oahu railway had full trains out
nnd home yesterday. Special trains
neie provided for the two large Sun
day school picnics, those of the Chris
tian and tho Portuguese Protestant
churches. This scheme secured com
plete avoidance of overcrowding nnd
confusion, bo thnt pleasure seekers had
their comfort and enjoyment both pio
tectcd. Fred. C. Smith, general pas
senger agent, personally directed the
arrangements, winning renewed appre
ciation of the patrons of the road.
65 Queen St,
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 13,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction n small
High Grade Flour
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 13
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very largo
quantity of household furniture con
Beds, bureaus, washstands.
Rockers, chairs, center tables,
Mattresses, pillows, dressers,
Toilet articles, valises,
Condensed milk, soap, men's socks,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Saturday, June I4tn,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Irmgard wharf, foot of Nuunnu
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, anchors, chains, tacklo, stda
lights, boats, etc., etc.
Terms cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
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 of
Mr. H. T. MARSH, Trustee In re A.
E. Nicnols, bankrupt,
Two cows, two calves,
Ono buggy and harness.
One brusa nnd curry comb,
Ono feed cutter, one dog.
One golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on tho Wnhlawa Sugar Co ,
Ltd., for 750 shares of Its capital stock
par value $100 per share, or $75,000.
Equity In Manhattan Life Insurance
Co.'s policy No. 110.028 on the life ol
lbert E. Nichols, faco (death) valuo
of policy 120.000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON MONDAY, JUNE I6II1
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho rcsldcnco of Mrs. Oscar C. Low
Is. 30 Vineyard Btrect, ono house from
isuuanu street, I will sell at Public
Auction tho entire household furniture
Upholstered parlor furniture,
Wicker ware, largo Mirror,
Couches, chairs, rockers, bureaus,
One very haudsome carved heavy
oak bedroom set, center rugs,
Small rugs, lace curtains,
Dining chairs and table, crockery.
Glassware, meat safe, Ico box,
Oil stove and
Ferns and plants.
Job- F. Morgan.