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Are you prepared tor the sport? Wo
hnve made ready to supply your needs
by Importing thousands of the nest
cartridges nnd an elegant stock ot
PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOT
GUNS, (or which guns we nre sole
We have cheaper guns than these
also, the prices ranging from $7.00 to
$150. If you don't want to buy n gun
wo have them for rent, ns well.
E. O. Hall
Sir Henry Irving, after the play one
evening recently, told of an Inebriated
American who was boasting to n party
ut friends In a London hotel about the
commanding position his country had
taken In llm world's affairs In recent
years and the superiority of all things
"There t 11110 thing, though, that
you'll admit, 1 am'sure," remonstrated
one of tho nngllshmeii, "In which this
country .surpasses America."
"What Is it?" was the aggressive re?
Tog! You nover saw on the otfior
sido ot tho Atlantic any fog that could
match tho one which hangs over Lon
"Fog! Fog!" came the hesitating,
lcfoggcd leply; but the hesitation only
lasted a moment, and was followed by
a still more aggressive tone nnd man
ner, as tlio Irate American cried:
"Why. this Is nothing compared with
some of the fogs wo have around Now
York ba-.bor. Sometimes tho fog !s
1, . 1 . . ,.u , 1
mon thluij for tho captains of the ferry
boats to put on extra crews simply o 1
pump tho fog out of the cabins. Why,
there's t corporation organizing In
New Jersey right now to can American
fog and tupply tho British people with
'the real thing'." New York Times,
AS TO BLUSHING.
Not every one would consider that
to blush Indicates special Intelligence,
yet blushing is an eminently human
Attribute, and Darwin says that "It
vu.uld requlro an overwhelming
amount of evidence to make us believe
that any animal could blush. Idiots,
too, rarely blush." It Is a fact that
the nerves have an nect even on the
v'ltculatlon of tho blood, and the very
pulse at our wrist Is not duo only to
tho heart throbs, but to an orgnnlsm
called tho vasomotor system threaik
like nerves distributed to the walls of
ll:o blood vessels and making a regu
lar pulsing motion as they forco tho
blood along. Theso blood vessels am
rotated closely both to the cerebro
spinal and the sympathetic system,
mnco tho reason for the effect of sud
den shock, of the pallor produced by
liar, the crimson blush of shame, and
the flush ot rage. These aro really
psycho-phenomena, and Indicate the
remarkable vascular changes caused
Ly feelings of the ttlnd. Blushing
rerlly ts a sort ot momentary paralysis
or suspension of the vaso-motot nerve
Ii-fiucnce, and the opposite emotion of
fear cither stimulates tho contractors
of theTTny capillary vessels or some
times permits their action by suspend
.'Eg the cerebral Influence.
80NG OF THE PATH.
Just until the May snow comes,
Scenting all the sweet spring day,
Let us walk together, dear,
Hand In hand, a little way,
Just until the May snow falls
In th'e still fields, let us meet;
Let mo walk and know you near,
Shadowy through the petals, sweet
Just until tho June flowers blow
Ah, 'tis such a little while!
Let my heart delight to beat
To the music of your smile.
Till tho harvest moon till then
Let us stay. When popples die,
Crushed and crimson In the corn,
We can hear to say good-bye.
Love, my love, the year Is done,
Wreck of golden hours and days
Nowhere in the path we took
Is there parting of the ways!
Zona Gale In May Smart Set
THE MOON SND THE CITY.
1 do not wonder, pale nun of the skies,
Above the serried roof-tops looking
That thou In clouds shouldst strive to
veil thine eyes,
And shut from out thy sight the tin
For Crime now creeps from out Uh
Seeking, where'er It may, Its evil aim,
And down the street and through thu
In her bedizened arrogance walks
Clinton Scollard in April Smart Set.
Salllo Raltus How many languages
do you speak, I'olly?
I'olly Olotte Eight When I tackl
ed the ninth I saw my finish.
Sallle What was It?
I'olly Finnish, May Smart Set.
& Son, Ltd.,
f King Rtn.
THE OLD-FASHIONED SWING.
A sensible mother Bald one day, In i
discussing the methods she had fol-
lowed In bringing up her children, responsible for the vessel's long pns
that the old-fashioned swing would sage from Europe. From Hamburg to
fcivo n growing boy nil the gymnastic Capo Horn tho voyage was n fairly
ixerrlsc he needed. She might have ' K0(,j 0iu forty-three days being con-
(ll'llml Mint Ir oa imnntli. .... .1 f.m
- .v ...o milium hwu tin ,
uuv 111 IIH BlIIllllUBl i
mi icnsi expensive known to man,
.ins almost gone nut of fashion for
ihlMrrti. Anybody who was brought
up In a country village, where the
'vlng was as much a part of the furni
ture of the yard ns was tho front door-
iep. unows wtint n delight It was to
hl'drcn of nil aces and sizes. To ono
lio possesses these memories the,
modern apology for a swing, with Its 1
rniled-round seat and ugly framework,
l positively painful. Whero Is the
chance for exercise In that machine?
What child old enough to havo a mind
01 Its own wants to get Into a cradle
nnd bo swung back and forth by a
The old-fashioned Bwlng was a ropo
hur.g In a long loop, with n notched
board placed In the loop, and tho
child could sit or stand, according to
age nnd ability. Expert youngstors
could "swing standing up" until tho
rope was nearly horizontal, the
weight of the body holding It taut, so
,ml ,le danKOr of nccldents was
practically non-existent. Tho falls
which children havo had from swings
ere. In nine enscs out of ten. the re
sult of scuffling or mnllclous pushing,
mid not or tho amusement Itself. It
Is ono of thoso amusements which
look a good deal more dangerous
t!ian they are. In acquiring momen-
tut every muscle Is brought Into
piny, nnd tho hands nnd arms arc
itrengthcned gradually, without strain.
ro that all the benefits of athletic
training are secured, together with ree-
ration, and that Is always a good
point to make with children.
THE CLUB BOAT.
Some ot the members of a yacht
club near this city which Is distin
guished by tho size of its "rocking
chair" fleet, and which may be calloil
'lhe Never Ileef" club, received no
tices last week that members who did
not havo boats might crulso on the
club's boat this summer. Tho club
has never owned a boat of Its own and
filr notice stirred up much curiosity.
Members who had neglected to pay
their dueB and who were seriously con
sidering never thinking of them again
sent their checks to tho treasurer.
They wanted the privilege of cruising
on the club s yacht. One ot them met
an officer of the club on Saturday and
'That Idea of a club boat Is a great
scnemo. Havo you bought a new boat
for tho purposo?"
"No, you know tho craft well
enough. She will be launched next
month and you are entitled to your
share of her."
"What is she?"
"It's the club's floating debt, and It's
been floating so long that you need
rave no fear of Its sinking."
Tho man who had Just paid his dues
Is going to console himself by buying
a new cushion for his rocking chair.
New York Sun.
THINGS HAVE CHANOED.
'Politics hcz changed mightily In dls
country," raid tho old-time colored vo
ter. "Hit's all dlffunt now fum what
hit use tri be."
"You think so?"
"I knows so! W'y, de time wus w'en
Marse Bill would make up his mln' dat
ho wanted a office, en ho'd shoulder
bis Bhotgun en walk right in de middle
er de crowd, en say:
" 'Hoys, dat's de office yander, ain't
" 'Yes,' dcy'd mako answer, 'dat sho'
"Well, I'm dono 'lected ter dat of
"En dey d all speak up, cz ono man,
' 'Coso you is 'lected ter It! Oo 'long
In dar, en hang yo' hat up, en shet de
do"! What you stanln' roun' heah fer.
anyhow? Oo 'long In, whar' yo1 b'
long!'" Atlanta Constitution.
Love and I threw dice ono day;
Lovo threw cinque and I threw tray;
"Loaded dice!" I straightway cried;
All my protests wcro denied.
Lore, In spite of all I said,
Pocketed the stakes, and fled.
Useless further to complain
I had lost my heart again.
And tho play was false, 'tis true.
Ah, I wonder If he knew
With what Intricate device
I myself hnd cogged tho dice!
Frank L. Pollock In May Smart Set
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a yar.
MAKES LONG VOYAGE
FROM GERMAN PORT
Head Winds Held Her Back-Put
Back to Hamburg to Change
Captains Cargo of
With her tall, white masts and black
yards the big steed German ship Alster
schwan, Captain Erdman, presents a
striking appearance as she lies at the
Irmgard wharf, making read to dis
charge a large cargo of cement from the
"old world." .
After a long voyage of 1G3 days, 120
of which were spent lu the Pacific
ocean, the handsome windjammer nr
rived safely In this port yesterday af
ternoon from Hamburg. She has near
ly 11,000 barrels of cement, consigned
to order. The Alstcrschwan showed
up Just In time to dispel an anxiety
which had commenced to grow In tha
minds of some of those Interested In In
I her safe arrival. She was beginning to
be spoken of as far behind time. Rough
weather nnd licud winds, however, were
mimni Affnr rnnntimcr inn iinrn inn
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A - rnryMiwnn lin.1 llfffn nf ntlVtlllnC lillt
....1 .!, ,,. In ....ft Sav
crnl sails were carried away In a gnl
running the eastern down, but beyond
this no nccldent occciirrcd of any con
sequence. Over a week ngo the Alstcrschwan
wns off the Island ot Molokal, attempt
ing to inako Honolulu. On Friday last
this Island was sighted. Even when
Honolulu wns In sight the good ship
found It Impossible to get closer than
twenty miles. Tho tug Fearless went
out to meet her yesterday morning, af
ter taking tho bark Mohican to sea.
Captain Olertz was In command of
the Alstcrschwan when she left Ham
burg. He became 111 when the ship was
threo days out, however, and It was
necessary to put back for medical treat
ment. This delayed tho vessel a week.
Captain Erdman succeeded Captain
Though this Is the first visit of tho
Alstcrschwan to Honolulu, her present:
commander has been here several
times, having many friends here. Tho
ship carries a crew of twenty-eight
men. She Is n vessel of 2309 tons nnd,
now that the Dlrlgo has sailed. In
easily the finest ship In the harbor.
Ilelow the water lino the Alstcr
schwan ts foul with barnacles. This
fnct ulone had a little to do with the
vessel's delay toward the end ot the
voyage, as the barnacles became more
numerous. As much as Is possible,
with the ship In the water, this disad
vantage will be reoicdled while the Al
sterschwan Is In this port. Captain
Erdman expects to be In port about
THE BARD TIMES
PLEADED IN COURT
(Continued from pace 1.)
Ings are so encumbered as to leave bul
small equity value therein to him.
Some time ago he had an opportunity
of selling a piece of land, whereby he
might have obtained funds to satisfy
the decree, but his wife prevented the
sale by refusing to release her right ot
dower. Moreover, the prevailing de
pression has reduced his business to a
point where It ceased to yield him a
livelihood, so that he Is nbw employed
as a clerk In a grocery store at $33
a month. The cltatloi was returnabl
this morning, when Judge rtohliiBon
put the hearing over until tomorrow.
Judge Koblnson allowed no alimony
In the divorce suit of Llna Ualley vs. II.
S. Ualley, but granted counsel for libel-
lunt a tee of J35.
Judge Humphreys approved the ac
counts of W. O. Smith, ancillary ad
ministrator of the estate of Eva J
Spencer, and granted his discharge.
Judge Gear has ordered payment to
Frances Delia McCorrlston a legacy ol
$100 under the will of the late John
Judge Kobtison has approved with
slight exceptions tho report of Charles
R. Hemenway, master, on the accounts
ot U, W. Houghtalllng, guardian ot
George S. Houghtalllng, and allowed
the master a fee ot $50 .
Tho other day a lady was driving
her husband down a narrow country
lane, when, on suddenly turning a
sharp corner, thoy encountered a
brrtwer's van. There was no room to
pnss, and the lady said, very tartly:
"You must go back, for I shall not.
You ought to have seen us before en
ti.itng tho lane."
"But, my dear," remonstrated her
Husband mildly, "the man couldn't see
rinnd tho corner."
"I don't caro," was the characteris
tic reply, "I'll sit here till doomsdtiy
beforo I give way to thai man."
The carter, who had ovorheard tho
colloquy, here remarked cheerfully:
"All right, guv'nor. Til back out ol
this," adding confidentially, "I'vo got
such another ono at home." Tit-Bits.
Since 1879 Franco has spent J120,
000,000 on canals, and triere nre new
schemes Involving au expenditure ot
O S, McKenzle's string of horses
will be sent to Hllo tomorrow and
Weller will go down In the Klnau tho
It Is reported that O'Rourke has sold
Carter Harrison and that this animal
will be given special training for the
The consideration paid for Wayboy
by G, S. McKenzle Is supposed to be
6 )8 l.
8 Mil 3
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1.81 o l 6 9
First quarter of the moon June 11!,
1:24 p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
bout au hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu, Weather Ilureau, l'unahou, June 18.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday mnxlmum. 84.
Ilarometer at 9 a. m. 29.9S. Steady.
Dew Point 70F.
Humidity nt 9 n. m. 77 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Juno
16. Weather cloudy; wind light SK.
Sunday, June IS,
Str. W. O. Hnll, S. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, at 4 a. m with sugar an.:
Str. Maul, Dennett, from Hnwall
nnd Maul ports, at C a. m.. with frclgh
and passengers. I
Ger. sp. Alstcrschwan, Erdman. 103 1
days from Hamburg, at 2 p. m with J
10.730 barrels of cement.
Monday, June 1C.
Am. bk. S. C. Allen. George John- j
son, 17 days from son rrancisco. at
noon, with general merchandise nnd 41
bead tif stock on deck.
Sunday, June 13.
Am. bk. Mohican, Kelly, for San
Francisco, with sugar.
Stmr. Lehua, Naopala, for Molokal
portB at 5 p, m.
Stmr. James Makee. Tullett, for Ka
pan. Kllauca, Kallhlwal and HanaicI
at G p. m.
Stmr. lwalanl, for Anahola, at 4
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports, at noon.
Stmr. Maunn l.on. Slmerson. tor Ha
waii and Maul ports, at noon,
Stmr. W. O. Hnu, S. Thompson, Tor
Knual ports, at 3 p. in.
Stmr. Maul. Dennett, for Maul ports
at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nocau, Moshcr. for Lahalna
Knunakakal, Honokan and Kukulbaelo,
at G p. m.
From Kauai ports, per str, W. G.
Hall, June 15 S. II. Mahclona, Master
Allen Mahclona. J. A. Tuthlll, Mrs. E.
W. Holdsworth, Miss Katie Scharsch,
Miss Hattle Delnert, Capt. McLeod, C.
Uynma and wife, M. M. Alda and wife,
N. Whitney, 52 Japanese and 11 Chi
From Maul ports, per str. Maul. Juna
15 Mrs. H. U. Bailey, Miss A. Reuter,
R. Slaughter, A. C. Alexander, Enoch
Johnson, S, K, Aknna, W. G. Ogg. C.
Dulsenbcrg, J. C. Rldgway, J. S. W.
Zumwalt wlfo and four children, D
McCorrlston and wife, W. J. Dyer and
HOW IT HAPPENED.
"It wns kinder funny that is, over
looking the seriousness ot It," said the
landlord of the Pettyvllle tavern. "You
see, Miss Gabrlclla Lanks, who has
not meanln any disrespect to her, you
understand been an old mold so long
that It's generally believed to be chron
ic, approached the railroad crossln',
and a brakeman waved a red flag at her
to warn her of the danger. She thought
he was Iryln' to flirt with her, and ad
vanced toward him with a smile; and
a caboose that was backln' up struck
her good and plenty. Luckily, no bones
were broken; and the first thing she
said when she recovered consciousness
"'Oh, this Is so Budden!" April
THE MAN WHO LOVE8 A JOKE.
Though his pedigree be painted
'Scutcheonlcss of prince or peer.
Though he boast no kinship sainted
Strechlng stately In his rear,
Though his funds be low nnd slender,
Like of clothes and coinage broke,
All my scruples I surrender
To the man who loves a Joke.
Mark I not his lore nor living,
Count I not his tongue or creed,
Sin and shadow all forgiving,
Bow I gladly to his need,
Friends and fathers ranged before me,
Clodded head and heart of oak,
I will give them all that bore me,
For one man who loves a joke.
Flaunt his banners fore and after.
Count his battles lost and won,
Kindly connoisseur ot laughter,
Just philosopher of fun,
Llghtller shall beat tho breaker,
Llghtller rest the human yoke,
On the happy copartaker
With the man who loves a Joke.
Brother to the world around him,
Fellow with the clod and clay,
High and low alike shall sound him
For tho comfort of their way;
Sharer of life's Joy and Borrow,
Bearer ot tho erring stroke,
Hopeful of the fairer morrow.
Lives the man who loves a Joke,
Clearer eyed and broader bullded,
Kindlier toward his human kind,
Vision keen nor fancy-gilded,
Open heart with open mind,
Self-esteeming, yet denying.
Severed from the selfish cloak,
I will spend my llfo relying
On the man who loves a Joke.
Mrs. Susan Lazolle Revere Sampson
died recently at tho residence of her
sister, -Mrs. Stnats S. Morris, of East
Orange, at Che ago ot 86. Sho was a
great-granddaughter of Paul Rovere.
The, price is
15c a yard
the very latest
going this week
l:or Want Column See Page Six
WANTED A boy to learn tho engrav
ing and Jowclry trade. Call at H
W. Foster's, Hotel St. 217411
FOR RENT Juno 1st, cottage ot
seven rooms; latest improvements;
South King St Enquire 1941 South
King St 214S-tf
A NERVE-RACKING EXPERIENCE.
According to Harper's Weekly, the
Marx family, ot Brooklyn, has sold the
property In Westmoreland County,
Va where Herbert Marx was living
when, on December 3d, he had such
an astonishing experlenco with his
neighbors. Ho seems that about 9
o'clock In tho evening, as he was sit-
tins nlono In ono ot two larco rooms
on the lower floor ot Ills house, reading
b magazine by tho light of a lamp, a
pane of glass crashed at the other end
of the room, a gun-barrel came through
and a voice Invited blm to throw up
his hands. Dack of the gun he saw a
head, the face hid by a black mask
Marx Jumped, called out something
dashed for the flvo-shooter under the
pillow of his bed across the room, and
retired with It Into the back room,
whero there was no light As he pass
ed his table another gun-barrel came
through another window near It, and
another head appeared, the face mask
ed In white. As he dashed Into the
back room, a third man, gun In band,
came crashing through a window close
upon him. Marx knocked his gun up,
and fired his own pistol, not stopping
to raise It. The man fell. Marx made
for the door. It burst In. and a fourth
man met him. Marx fired again, and
the fourth man fell back on the porch
Marx dashed out and made for tho
gate. The night was dark, and he
brought up against the fence so hard
that he was thrown back several feet
Right in front of him rose another man
with a gun. Marx dodged, and scram
bled over tho fence. The man follow
ed. Marx flrml. The man fell. Marx
ran on and hid In the orchard. Pres
ently, getting his breath, he started
for his nearest neighbor.
Relating that ho had been nttacked
by burglars, he got two men, lanterns,
and a gun, and came back to Investi
gate. They found William Taylor
dead by tho fence, J. Q. Stiff lying on
hln hnpk In thn hniiRfV nml Wllllnnl
Heflln on his face by Stiff's side. All
the men were fanitiiar acquaintances!
of Marx, the latter two, especially, be
ing his friends. These two were alive.
What could bo dono for them was
dono. Doctors were brought, and
they wero sent presently by boat to a
hospital In Washington. Near the
house wero found two buggies, the
horses hitched nnd blanketed, and In
tho buggies were found a gallon ol
kerosene, some tar, a bag ot rasa
soaked In kerosene, twenty feet ol
rope, nnd a long whip. Tho explana
tion, since given by Stiff In the hospi
tal, Is that Marx had been nccused of
InBultlng a girl, and that his young
friends undertook to discipline- him.
Two of them are dead, and a third
may get partly well. Two othcra,
Thompson and Douglas, are In urgent
Marx appeared before a coroner
Jury, nnd being exonerated, went
North to rest his nerves, and Is now
In Brooklyn. He Is described as a stu
dious, mild-mannered young man ol
twenty-one, who had overtaxed his
strength In studying for the bar, and
went to tho farm In Virginia, which
his family had long owned, to rest and
regain his health.
Passengers in an uptown car ono aft
ernoon recently wnro very much en
tertained 11 ml amused by a discussion
of things spiritual by two colored pas
Bcngers. As the debate waxed warm-
er, the voices of tho debaters grow
louder until what was Bald was plainly
audible tc all In tho car. After eachj
hud made n confession of faith and ' For a consideration n company has
given his views of the means whereby J"t heen formed In France to relievo
mortal man could gain salvation, ran PHlmontqr candidates of all the
,r i. i. 1. !,,... 1 . i . n,t worries of a general election. Posters,
! ,P? r ?? , , wenti, orators, audiences-all are to
Implied that all his hope for the next be ,0l-lnili Votergi noweveri are not
world wns embodied In tho words: I BUpi)ltcil. but if tho candidate Is not
"Well, sail, I b'llovo dat what's elected, the company guarantees to re-
Ewlno to bo Is eho'ly gwlne to be." ,turn a third of whatever he may havo
"Huh!" grunted his companion, con- paid to secure his return.
temptuously. "Den yo" b'lleves In pre.. ' ' '
medltaBhun." Baltimore Sun. I Bulletin. TBc oer month-
For a Short Season Only
IJACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Glass Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comlc Effusions.
In a Serles'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
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of tha
Box office open at 9 a. m.
A : FIR8T-CLAS3 -: ATTRACTION,
F. E, KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Berctnnla St.
near Pllkol. Rent J30.
COTTAGE with barn nt tho Beach.
Oood bathing. Rent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
LOTS at the Beach; IS years to run.
Good bathing. $75 to $100 per
F. E. KING,
COTTAGE GROVE, KING STREET
6ij, Corner of Beretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
TelepHone Blue 3552.
r. W. Beardslee. P. O. Box TTI
Geo. W. Page. 7L J
BEARDSLEE & PAQf
Architects and Builders.
Offices, Ellto building, Honolulu, T. 11
Sketches and Correct Estimates tai
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5fc Robinson,
Queen Street Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 608-510 Stangsnwald Dldg.
Tel. Main 60. P. O. Box 537.
65 Queen St.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR RENT
I havo for sale Iho absolutely com
nleto furnishings of a 5-room hand
somely furnished cottage, and cottago
for rent. Centrally located, with reas
onable rent; electric lights, mosquito
JAS. F MORGAN.
65 QUEEN STREET.
ON TUESDAY, JUNE I7lb ,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salesroom, CG Quoon street, I
will sell at Public Auction, n largo
quantity of household furniture, con
Beds, springs, mattresses, bureaus,
WashstandB, rockers, chairs,
Tables, stove, ngato ware,
Largo quantity rice, valises, etc.
Palms and Ferns !
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 191,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho rcsldcnco of Mrs. Parmcnter,
253 Klnau street, near corner of Ala
pal street. I will sell at Public Auc
tion tho entire assortment of very
choice palms, ferns and plants, con
Palms. Hawaiian pnims,
Begonias, Caladlums, Chrysanthe
Violets, native ferns,
Hothouse plants and many other as
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On SATURDAY, JUNE 21,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
,U my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. II. T. MARSH, Trustfco In ro A.
R. Nlcnols, bankrupt,
Two cows, two calves,
Ono buggy and harness,
Ono brusu and curry comb,
One feed cutter,
Ono golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on tho Wahlawa Sugar Co,
Ltd., for 750 shares of Its capital stock
par valuo $100 per Bhare, or $75,000.
' Equity In Manhattan Llfo Insuranco
Co.'s policy No. 115.C2S on the life ot
Albert E. NIcliols, faco (death) value
of policy $20,000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, A
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, K
will sell nt Public Auction, by order ol
Mr. Daniel Logan, Trustee for the Aus
tin VubllsDinK Co., Ltd., a bankrupt,
tho enttro plant of tho Austin Publish
ing Co, The stock consists of paper,
a very large and splendid stock of Job
type; sufficient body type for two
largo weekly nowspapers. nlso a largo
stock of artistic and up-to-date type,
some of which has hardly seon Ink.
Also all tho presses, tools, Instru
ments, shafting, pulleys, belting, office
dcBks, etc., etc.
Tho snlo will also carry with It the
namo and good will of the "Paradtso
of tho Pacific."
In case of the non-disposal of the
stocK as a whole, the sale will be
transferred to tho premises of the
Austin Publishing Co., and will be held
on tho same day.
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St
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