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KVKN1N0 BUktETlil HONOLULU II. T mi DAY, JUNE 13. 1902.
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E. O. HALL
NEW UUILDING, CORNI1R
C. W. iMACPAKLANIL
General Merchandise, Dry Goods. Grocericu.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAO00N BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
3P.Q. ZBQ2C886 IEva,iri. 21B
M0SEHH.T SIl ASKS WM OF HUGO
Washington June 2 Seuators Proc Chicago, June 5. The teamsters'
tor. Nelson. Gamble and Klttredgo strike was settled at 4 15 this Wed
called at the White Houso this fore- neselay morning, The men gain recog
noon, on Invitation, and hud n confer- nl,lon r ,h un'"' Tl' ealc agreed
ence with thc President In order to ells, ul,on "ages 2 cents ess than the
cuss pending legislation. The subject
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bill and the prospects for canal legls-
lation at this session. The object ol
the conference was to urge upon the
Senators the necessity for unanimity ot
action and the real necessity for legls-
lation on these subjects at this ses-
As to the canal bill It Is known that
the President would reluctantly accept
tho responslbllit Imposed by tho
Spooner amendment of selecting a
route, but he would much prefer that
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Congress Itself select the route.
The President sent for a number of
Senators who hae been known to b
opposed to Rrantlvg concessions to
Cuba on the ground that It will not
favor the Interests of the beet sugar
of the country To thc Senators he ex-
pressed the hope that the Ilepubllcans
would act together The President
niraln niir.,l thn Tlvmilillf una flint In
urging action on reciprocity he would
carry out the announcement of Presl- "" ' .' , , '" . lnu ."eK
dent McKlnley uttered In his last "'ns 8"ess district and back
. .... , ... ,ingan had been contested bitterly by
speech with such public approval mobs or strike s)mpathlzers '
lliroughout the country, also promises At tho wy cntrant0 to the g(ock
that had been made concerning conces- jari.8 tonight, nfter all seeming dan
slons to Cuba. I ger had passed, tlcoige June, an em-
Tho President Indicated that the ployc of tho Anglo-American Packing
adoption of the Piatt amendment mad Company, wns struck with a baseball
It obligatory upon the United States to bat and knocked from his wugon scat.
treat Cuba differently from other na- Ho was picked up unconscious, and It
lions. In a casual remark he said that ls believed ho may die.
even this showed that It would hae SInn' others weio stiuck at the
been better to allow Cuba to be abso- f,amL' V,mc ,,y n "htle"" "' stones, but
lutoly Independent, ns was Mexico. He ",0. ',0!lt'e n"e '? Mrn,ul" '" "ffer
told these Itepubllcan Senators that the ""l!,"f5f'h."1"rSn,5,l,nl " ' 0Ie" H"""
party ought not to be divided on U..m,rt:B3Uly?Al
issues as it was entering mc campaign,
and he expressed the hope that a Cu -
ban bill would bo passed without tho
aid of Democratic votes.
KITCHENER IS THANKED
any or tne crowds that gathered dur-
Kondon, June 6. The War Olllce hns'nK 'llc Uav- Ucfore this moTi could
sent communications to Lord Kitchen- "e. lllsl,ccd the police were eompell
er on the energy, skill und patience '' J"L0 r00 vp,r8'I1 ,Moro ,hn" M
W.tl, which he conducted the long cam- thSo? e'rlt, &'
nalgn In South Arrlca and has asked b(lf,am frshtcn(,(1 am, Bcattcre(li
him to communicate to the tioops the not t,ntn manv of ,ho rlott,rg nU(
Government's profound senso of their illceruen were Injured.
ipini u tniiuruuce, oruery ami uis-1
clpllnc, and aUo of their humault),
shown throughout the trying period
I-orcl Kitchener replied In behalf of
the army in South Arrlca, tendering his
sincere thanks ror the congratulations
of the Government, which he was sure
the troops would receive with great
KING EDWARD IN COLLISION.
London, June 2 King IMwnrd nar
ruwly escaped what mlgllt have been
a serious iiccldeut this mowing Ills
Majesty was driving to St James pal
ice when a cab collided with his car
idling under thciya. Ul Thi
rlugu The cub hoiuu tell and la)
King1 alighted and stood upon the p.ue
meul until matters weio lighted
Kobert Little editor of the North , oiu.ee ration lor his new field of work
China News, which is published al,n Hawaii,
Shanghai, Is In New Yoik Ho Is one . .
of tho best posted men In tho 1'ur Kast Tim Evening Bulletin, 76 centB rer
on Chlncso affairs. I month,
keeps the clothes from getting wrink
led and makes an Ideal closet. The
only practical closet set manufactured
and made either for ladles or gentle
men Set consisting of 21 pieces rtly
& SON, Ltd;,
FORT AND KING 8TREI1T8.
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or.
dlnary Kerosene Oil. The best light
Known to science nnd tho cheapest.
Have received tho Highest Awards at
tho Pan Amerlcnn Imposition. Suit
able for store ami halls nnd are In use
in good many of our prominent stores
throughout tin- city, such ns Wall,
Mi hols Co Honolulu Drug Co, Mollis
ti r Ilrug Co Mclnerny Shoo Store,
Hllto Ice Cream Tailors, Hawaiian Ho
ti 1 nnd other too numerous to men
tion We also hnvo the snmo Are
I.nmp to burn 12 hours which is suit
able for lamps to be placed In ards
ns n protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps are in uso tnrougbout all
l'or further paitlculars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO,,
men demanded. All pickets will be
ultlwlrnxtn nt n.tnn nml I, n mnn ..111
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return to work this morning
Thc ,,, Kccnnt tlle concessions In
rt.Kari t 10ura of labor that WMe
Chicago June 4. Driven by meu
covered with dust and blood, many of
them barely ablo from exhaustion to
hold the reins In their hands, thirty-
slx ,nelt wagons entered the main
Ka,c r tnp Union Stock Yards tonight
n."ll(1 "hmver oc stones, bricks, hot-
u.nn" s,lckl1- ,
' . cIST; ui'u'1 "y. flvo Plc0
.wagons filled with bluccoats and two
I0mnlb,.ses ciowcied to the fullest ca-
paclty ttltll poucemen, were on m ro.
lur from n ,icmery of supplies to
downtown provision houses nfter one
of the fiercest days In the striko of thn
heef packers teamsters. Many of tho
drivers, omcials at the packing houses,
were cut anil bruised from head to
foot Tho police were In even worse
condition The Wagon tlriv Crs had been
wojllnB from 5 o'clock In tho morning.
P,a9 ,oll,Bllt aro mcrtrott(p, ,, ,.
jred The fiercest battle or the day
took place this afternoon nt Sixteenth
street and Michigan avenue Tho riot
ers stood on tho viaduct and hurled
rocks nt the meat wagons passing nn
derneath The mob wob tho most for
midable In numbers nnd In daring of
Upton Will CliullctifVe Agnln.
London, June 5. Tho Exchango Tel-
egrupii company louny gave out a
achtlng announcement, previously
mill by tho Associated Picbs, which
,. S'r Thomas Upton has decided
l" rhallengu for tho America's cup In
i,,3 wh n aUlt tQ b() bum ,)y '
De-nn)B Tho iTxchnngo Telegraph
ftnmpnny adds the )aeht Is designed
b) Pile but ns n mntter nf fact, Wot
son and Klfe collaborated In tho de
sign O 0
To lie Coimccfntccl In Son Diego
San Diego, June 2 Tho eonsecra
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Illshop ol Honolulu Is to tnko pluco In
his own church St Paul's, or this city
on tho flist or sccuud Sunday in July
Ml llftstnrl.lf Will lltfl C n i.wti fifing fl,n
n in cur
Hill II1LIII 1 1 Mil I I
olKAi I IN
HE KEPT SNAKES
OUT OF HAWAII
Collector of Customs First Brought
Matter to the Attention of Autho
rities at Washington Water
A somewhat heated discussion took
piece In n well known captain's resort
on thc waterfront this morning as to
whom belonged thc credit of keeping
snakes out of thc Paradise of thc Pa
cific It was thc opinion of numerous
skippers and wnterfronters that the
credit belonged In Washington.
That thc Territory of Hawaii de
scries all that Is coming In the way of
credit for defending Itself from poison
ous reptiles, and that Collector of Cus
toms tt H. Stackable Is thc man who
first brought the matter before the
Washington authorities, Is shown by
the following communication receded
by Collector Stackable In the last mall
Office of the Secretary.
Washington May 27. 1902
Division of Customs.
The Collector of Customs Honolulu,
Sir llefcrrlng to jour lttter of tin!
tiith or 1'ebruary last. In which oil
suggest that mensutcs be adopted to
prevent the landing of enakes nt nn;
port In thc Hnwnllnn Islands from
foreign ports, or fiom the nintlni ntal
ports of thc I'nlti d States or from nny
port In our Insular possessions, I han
to state that this Department has con
sulted with the Secretar of Agricul
ture In thc matter nnd I enclose, for
our Information and gulilnnce a cop)
of a circular Issued by his Department
under date of thc 22d Inst, requiring
on and after July 1. 1002. and until fur
ther notice, permits for reptiles bi ought
Into thc Territory of Hnwnll, and pro
hibiting thc Issuance or permits for
poisonous snakes of an) kind.
0. . SPAUI.DING.
The ropy or the circular rercned t
and enclosed with thc aboe letter, Is
Importation of reptiles Into Hawaii
U. S Department of Agrlctulture.
Office of the Secretary. Washlug-
ion. i) v .May i'.'. VMi-
I I iidei the proWsons of Section 1 ol
the Act of Congress approved May 23,
' 1000, entitled 'An Act to enlarge tha
j powus of tin- Department of Agricul
ture prohibit the transportation Ij In
terstate commerce of game killed In
'Inlnttnn nf tnrnl lnua nnil fur nttipr
yurposes," the Secretary or Agriculture
Is authorized to regulate the Introduc
tion of birds nnd animals In localities
where they have not heretofore exist
ed, and to make and publish all need-
ful rules and regulations for carrying
I out the purposes of the act
In accordance with the authority thus
rontcrrcd. nnd for the purpose of pre
venting the Introduction of noxious
reptiles Into thc Territory of Hawaii,
j the order Issued under date of Septem
ber 13, 1900. extending thc list of for
l elgn animals and birds which may be
Imported without permits (Circular No.
j 30, Dlologlcal Survey) Is hereby amend
ed, so that on and after July 1. 1002
and until further notice, permits will
be required for the entry of reptiles nt
all ports of the Hawaiian Islands. Such
permits will be Issued by the special
Inspector of this Department In Hono
lulu In the same form and subject to
tho same regulations as those now Is
sued for mammals a A' birds. Hut no
permits will be Issued for thc entry ot
poisonous snakes of any kind All ap
plications for permits to Import rep
tiles Into Hawaii should be addressed
to the Special Inspector or Foreign
Animals and Birds. Ulsbop Museum,
I'ndcr the regulations prescribed b)
the Secretary or the Treasury, under
date of Juno 28. 1000 (Circular No 101
Division of Customs), persons whu
have not already secured permits will
be allowed u reasonable time In which
to secure them after the arrival of the
shipment at the port of entry. In case
the application for entry Is rot granted
or the required permit Is not obtained
In due time, the reptiles will be Imme
diately exported or destro)cd at the
expense of the owner or agent
New York. June (i Prevalence of
opthulmla In the public schools to such
an extent ns to move the Hoard of
Health In declaring tho disease con
tagious, has been ellscussed by the New
York Academy of Medicine. One of tho
speakers said he hud not only observed
many cases growing out of the use of
public IrnttiB. but that mnn) of them
were serious. He argued In fnvor of
the Hoard of Health taking diustU
action whenever Inspection brought to
light a case of opthulmla or trachoma
and declared that the Inspectors should
not satisfy themselves with merel) re
moving the child, but should visit the
family and locate thc seat of original
WILL AHRE8T LYNCH.
London, Jueu 0. According to a
news ugeney. Colonel Althur L)nch,
who fought with the Hocus In South
Africa, wns elected In November last
to icpri'scnt Gnlway In thc House of
Commons, and who. It was announced
last night In a dispatch to the Asso
ciated Press rrom Paris, had decided to
go to London earl) next week nnd at
tempt to take his beat In the House
will not be allowed to carry out his In
tentlon He will bo atrested It Is said,
on the charge of treason Immediately
after lauding In Inglund A shnip
watch is being kept for Colonel L)iut
nnd lr lie renches Westminster It will
be by strutegem,
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
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ami r m.
O 58 I 1 tO f 1 4 Ms
It 54 I 4 II ll 4 50
p. m a tn.i
t S: o to 6 09
First quarter of the moon June 12,
1-24 p. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Weather Ilureau. Punahou, June 13
Temperature Morning minimum,
CS; Midday maximum, S3.
Uarometcr at 9 n. m. 20.03 Steady.
Dew Point (,9K.
llumldlt) at 9 a. m 74 per cent.
Diamond Iliad Signal Station, June
13. Weather cloudy; wind light SW.
Thursday Tunc 12.
T. K K America Muni. Oolng from
San Krnnclsco iJunc C) clocked nt Pa
cific Mall wharf at 4 3u p in
I'rldny, June 13
Stmr Miuinn Loa, Slmcrson, riom
lluwnll nun M ti ti I pints, at 5 20 n m
with 1 1.20 sacks of sugar, 23u bags of
coffee i'ti hags of taro, -i bags of avvu
02 liuiiclli H of banuuas, 21 kegs of but
ler, 2i rases of Irults, battels of pui
4 bundles ot hides, 1 donkev, 12 pigs
2S lit nil ot tattle uiiTi 127 packages of
' Thursday June 12
T K K Hongkong Maru, I'llmer for
San Francisco, at .1 p. m.
Str. Helcne. Nicholson, for Hnwnll
and Maul ports, at T, p. in,
Str, Mlkahala. Ciegory. for Kauai
polls, nt ." p. m.
Str Nllhau, W Thompson, ror Kauai
ports, nt 5 p m.
Str Lchu.i. Nnopala. ror Molok.il
portiv. at 5 p m.
Friday .tune 13.
T. K K Ameilca Maru (lolng for
Oriental potts, nt noon.
For Kauai purls, per sir. Mlkahala
June 12 Frnnils Gay and wife .MnMei
Gn, Miss Mngler. Miss Keqike I S.
Jones, C. W Spitz A. I Loid, D.
Hutehlnson. i: T Tiinnatt Miss lllnrk
stiult. O. Mujall. .M. L May. H. D.
Wlshnid. W F. Johnstone I) Land,
Cnpt llcrger and 30 members of Hawa
From Hawaii and Maul ports, per
stmr Mauna Loa, June 12. Fiom Kan
-C. W. Cnrr. K. Ishlkawa. Mis L.
Kekon, U. Sekomoto, 8. Ogurl, Ah
Lnong, Ah Chang. From Kona-Mrs.
O. K. Ilaker. A O. Campbell, Mrs. A.
G Campbell and child. Mrs. O J.
(toss. Miss V Mossman, Miss M. Laa
nul, J Kiimnlae, Mrs. J. Kumalac and
child. O. nana From Maalaca Mrs.
J. D Holt. John Holt. T. Aknna. T.
M Tatta Miss M Hose. H. Drnlolf. I.
M. How land J. D Hasten. W. Itay
dale U Spanieling. H W. Brcckons,
W O. Smith, nnd S3 deck.
Itome. June 5. The Pope today re
celved Judge Ta, Civil Guvernoi ol
the Philippines, Uisfiop Tliomns O'Gor
man or Sioux Falls, S D , Judge Smith
out! Major Porter of tlie Judge advc
eate-'s deportment at Wash'iyiton,
Judge Taft presented to his Holiness
a letter Horn President Itoosevelt nnd
4 box containing President ItooBevelt's
literary works. The Pope expressed
his thankB for Mr. Hoosev ell's lrlendly
greetings, promised to study the dlfti
euit Pnnipplne question, and said hu
uoped for lesults.
The Pontiff also asked Judge Tart tu
thank President Itoosevelt for his gift.
Illshop O'Gorman acted as Interpre
ter and .Major Porte r read the Presi
dent's letter. The audience lasted for
Explained by Taft.
While talking with the Pojie, Govern
or Tnrt reviewed In a summary wny
the emestlons In the Philippines which
require settlement. He pointed out to
his Holiness that the readjustment of
tli relations of church uud state in tha
inlands wns not nn Indication of ho
tllltv of the United States to the Cuth
ollc ehuieii, but dcclaied that such a
readjustment was meerl) a necessity
tlDdei the American Constitution Gov.
crnor Taft referred to the prosperity
and the rreedom of the Ilomnn Cntfiei
lie church In the United States, and ci
ted these conditions as an assurance
lhat tho Vatican had nothing to fear
from the extension of the authority ot
tbo United States over he Philippine
Assurances of Pope.
Replying to Judge Tafl the Pontiff
expressed the greatest pride In the Uo
mnu Catholic church In the United
Stntes and Intense Interest In the re
public. He earnestly desTred to help
the American administration of tho
Philippines In every possible wny, and
he assured Governor Taft that the Vat
ican would approach all questions rals
td In the broadest and inoit concilia
tory spirit. Tho Pope said nlso that
matters of detail In connection with
the questions to bo decided would be
rclerrttr to a committee' of Cardinals
w.iero they would bo considered at
length, nnd that all tho Issues would
be treated with tho sole ulm ot leach
ing a settlement satisfactory to nil par
Pontiff in Good Health.
The Popo appeared to be In excel
lent health during his Interview with
Oovernoi Tnlt nnd wns In n vlvnrlouj
iiiimor. lie relerred pleasantly td
Archbishop Ireland In what ho had to
say concerning the Roman Catholic)
chinch In tho United Stntes
Juclgo 'lart subsequently met Cardl
nnl Hampolla thn Papal Secretary ol
State, and opened tho discussion ul
THE QUEEN OF WAISTS
TH: SEASON'S GREATEST PRODUCTION
Ttlc selling of the GEISHA WAIST has been so enormous on ac
count of Its surpassing excellence that we have found It difficult to
supply tbo demand, but large orders given In advance of tho rush In
the mainland, which arrived Ify the S, S's.' !!ades and Alameda,
place us In position to servo our old customers and Invito new ones.
The GEISHA WAIST comes In the most exclusive st)les, tho latest
conceits and choicest fabrics, all dainty, crisp nnd new.
Tho GEISHA WAISTS Just received are made of organdies, mulls,
lawns, batistes, madras ginghams, mercerized chambrays, china silks
nnd crepo silks, the trimmings aLvays in perfect accord with tho ma
terials, but the STYLE of the GEISHA WAIST pleases )OU most.
The sizes are VZ to 41. Laates looking for size 44 will find them hero
Wo sell tho QEISHA WAIST at moderate prices. One twcnty-flvo
to Flvo dollars no more than tho common Kinds are.
A Bpeetal display this weelt.
For Want Column Se Page Six
TO LET Two rjomed cottage, rent
$15 Apply 12dl Kinma St 2172 lw
TO LET House Fort St nr Vlne)ard
t! rooms etc servants ciuattcis,
electile light, water free. Mrs.
Smith. Honolulu Hotel 2172-lvv
NEW - TO-DAY
Noticcls hereby given that I have
tnstiuclcd .las I Moigati auctioneer,
to sell at public aucclMii at hts sales
looms Queen sti -et on Satur
cln JUNE 23, at 1. o clock noon
the entliu printing omce plant
nnd papel stoc 1. oi thf Austin Pub
lishing Company. Limited. In bankrupt
c), thc sale to Include the title nnd
goodwill of the Paradise of the Pa
cific, a monthly periodical. If thc
property as a whole do not bring the
upset price, being 75 per cent of tha
nppralsed value ol )1417.S5. the sale
will be adJo-ned the same day to the
premises of the said Austin Publishing
Company, Nuuanu street, where the
property wiTi bo offered In parts ac
cording to the Inventory
Trustee of Austin Publishing Co., Ltd,
Honolulu, June 13 1002. 2172-2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of )
ALBERT E. NICHOLS.) A Bankrupt.
To the creditors of the above named
Please take nolle e that the property
ot the above named bankrupt will bo
sold nt public auction at the salesroom
of Jns. F Morgin Queen street. Hono
lulu, at 12 n i Im l noon, on the 21st
da) of June, A D 1002
WM S. FLEMING,
Honolulu June 12 1902 2172 tf
FIFITH PRECINCT, FOURTH DIS
TRICT. All members of the Firth Precinct
Club. Fourth District Republican par
ty, are asked to he present at a meet
ing to bo held at 7 3d o'clock tonight,
at the usual place for nomination ot
officers nud other Important business.
O. C. SWAIN,
June 13 1002. 2172-11
NEWS OF TRANSPORTS
San Francisco Jun fl The Mcado
will sail for Maulla June loth.
The ShiTlduu li. at Manila
The Hnmoik sailed fiom Manila
Mn) 23 with the Ninth Inrnnti) save
Company I which is on Jhe Warien
eU- hero June 13
Tho Grant will be impaired.
Tho Sherman sailed from Manila
May 28 for San Fianclaeo via Nagasu
kl with Major General Wheatnn Ilrlg
adier General Snyder 330 enlisted men
or the Sixth Infantry !? enlisted men
of the Nineteenth Infantr) 31 slek, 11
Insane nnd 42 clUchaiged soldiers
The Thomas sailed for Manila
The vv'arren which sailed from Ma
nila May 4th put back on account ol
sickness nboaid, sailed again May
13th with Company I or tho Ninth In
lantr) and 3(10 marines aboard Sailed
from Nagnsakl May .2 clue hero June
The Ciook arrived at Manila May 22
Tho Kllpatrlelc nulled Horn Manna
Mn 21st and rium Nagasal I May 29,
due here Jiino 111
The i.ogun arrived1 at Manila May
The lluford sailed for Manila June 2
The Dlx is nt Seattle
Heed Ih doll Cliiiniplnn.
London, June r, Alexander Herd
won the golf championship toda.v with
nn nggiegato of 307 stiokes. 'llany
Vunlon wns sccoud witlt a total of 303
Sunday Bulletin, $1.23 per year.
SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 14th,
l'or a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the High Wire
I Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comle Effusions.
1 DELLA ROSS
i In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Booking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dances and Bur
lesque. DAVE CASTON
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary,
I ROSE AQUINALDO
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
Hox office opens at tho Orpheum
Thursday at 9 a. m.
A -:- FIRST-CLASS -:- ATTRACTION,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
, FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII AT
Order for Special Term.
I Deeming It essential to the promo
tion of Justice we do order that n Spe-
clal Term ot the Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit bo held In the Judiciary
building In Honolulu, commencing
MONDAY, the 7th day of JULY. A. D.
1902. at Tl of tlie clock In Hie fore.
noon of snld day, and continuing for
the period provided by law.
Done at Chambers this 10th day of
June, A. D. 1902.
. A. S. HUMPHREYS,
I rirst Judge.
GEO. D. GEAR.
W. J. ROniNSON,
The foregoing order ls hereby ap
proved W F FREAR.
Chief Justice of the Supremo Court of
the Tenltoiy of Hawaii.
Dated Juno 10, 1902. 2171-28t
Evo, Corner of Deretnnla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Teleplione Blue 3552.
F. W. Deardsloe. p. O. Box TTl
I Geo. W. Pago. TL IJ
BEARDSLEE & PAOF
Architects and Builders.
Offices, Ellto building, Honolulu, T. H
Sketches and Correct Estimates ti
nlihed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Alien 5fc Roblnwon,
queen Street, Honolulu
M. R. BERTELMAN'8
16 - M O V li D
To rear of old stand. Entranc o
King street. Orders left at either iko)
or office at John Nott's store, Klz,
street, will receive prompt attention.
65 Queen St.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom. 05 Queen street, t
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr Daniel Logan, Trustee for the Aus
tin l'tibllsrtmg Co, Ltd., n bankrupt,
tho entire plant of the Austin Publish
ing Co. The stock consists of paper,
n very large nnd splendid stock of Job
tjpo, sufficient body typo for two
largo weekly newspapers. lso n ln-o
stock of artistic nnd up to date t",
some of which has hardly seen Ink.
Also nil tho pi esses, tools, Instru
ments, shafting, puileys, belting, office
desks, etc , etc.
The sale will nlso enrry with It tho
name nnd good will of tho "Paradise
of the Pacific "
In case of the non disposal or tho
stock as n whole tho sale will be
transferred to tho premises or the
Austin Publishing Co , and will ho held
on the same dny.
Ja8. F. Morgan,
On Saturday, June 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Irmgard wharf, foot of Iuuanu
street, I will sell at Public Auction, by
order of 5Ir. A. N. Campbell, treasur
er Hawaiian Navigation Co., Ltd., the
gasotlno schooner "Ucllpso," fully
equipped for service. This Includes
ropes, anchors, cliatns, tackle, s'.da
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, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. II. T. MAUSH, Trustee In ro A,
C. Nlcnols, bankrupt.
Two cows, two calves,
Ono buggy and harness.
One brusu and curry comb,
Ono feed cutter, ono dog,
Ono golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on the Wuhlnvva Sugar Co ,
Ltd , for 750 shares of Its capital stock
pnr value $100 per share, or $75,000.
Equity In Manhattan Llfo Insuranca
Co.'s policy No. 115,028 on tho UTo ol
Albert i:. Ntdiols, face (death) value?
of policy $20,000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
OH MONDAY, JUNE I6lh
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the residence of Mrs Oscar C. Lew
Is, 30 Vine) aril street, ono house from
iMiunnu street, I will sell at Public
Auction the entire household furniture
Upholstered parlor furniture,
Wlekei ware, largo Mirror.
Couches, chairs, rockers, bureaus,
One very hnnclsomo carved heavy
oak bedroom set, center rugs,
Small rugs, lace curtains,
Dining chairs and table, crockery,
Clusswaie, meat snfe, leu box,
Oil stove and
Terns and plants.
Jus. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St