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Arc )oit prepared for the sport? We
have made ready to supply jour needs
by Importing thousands of the best
rartridees and an elegant Btock ot
PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOT.
GUNS, for which guns we ore sole
We have cheaper giins than these
also, the prices rang'ing from $7.00 to
$150. If you don't want to buy a gun
we hae them for rtnt ns well.
E. O. Hall r Son, Ltd.,
Cor. Port Cr Klnft Bt.
Th. -Social Science Club assembled' ni0I)ks , H,mimla,. ,llP I(iM Mal.
at a d une. glv-i. a. he Mourn. Hotel rd ,. ,. ,,,, , su, , , ,
last ulhht In holiui ol the ladle who ,,, .., , ,,.,., . ..
had been the host-isoi of the ilub '"" '"''Id bo found ol 111 wse than
during ;lu past ear. The event also J"'1 ' '" '"' ' previous to the trial
bore significance from the rnet that It '' ""' ,"1" ' f"("' "" he had done
wni the twentieth annlvois.irv of t.iuwru"K Hnvveu-i. he would .uk the
tlub I pion'iutlim to letoniinend a suspension
There were 111 nil. forty seven pel- of sentence 'I he bullillng had been
ions pmwnt and a most eno.vnble allowed to go nlong for three weeks of
evening was spent. Governor S II. no I . unices of 1 diminution nml iwith.
Julo attcd as toastmnker. toasts being
responded to by both ladles and gen
Among the spenkora were Mrs.
Ivjde. .Mrn Whitney. Mrs McCully
lllgglns. W. O. Smith. M M Scott. S.
E. Efshop. T. Cllve Dnvles, Mr Cru
zan and Then. Richards.
British and Boers
London June 5 - A Hrltlsh general
accompanies en, h commandant for the
purpose of bringing In the surrendering
Commandant Tom he has surrendered
In Cape Colony.
IJotlin nnd De Wet. repllng to Lord
Kitchener's speech at Vereenlnglng,
acknowledged that the conduct of the
Ilrlllih had bten honorable and gene
rous. They promised to serve King
Edward as lovally as they would have
ervcd Kiuger or Stejn.
Commandant Smlt goes alone to the
western Cape districts, where persuad
ing the rebels to surrender may be a
Nakanl, n Japanese fisherman living
In Kakaako, was arrested last night for
"running amuck." It seems that ho
and a number of companions began a
(delation at his place and Nakanl got
a little bit too much to drink. This
made him persona non grata and a
number of his companions took occa
lon to oust him.
It Is alleged that Nakanl made a rush
for the place where his tools were kept
sno secured a flsh cleaning knife which
be nourished as he ran back Into the
room. A couple of women who were
seated Inside, gnve the alarm and there
was a break on the part of everyone
for the outside.
One of the men did not get away
quickly enough and It Is alleged that
Nakanl chased him. Other Japanese,
seeing the way things were going,
helped their companion, caught Nakanl
and took the knife away from him, Ho
was arrested later by Officer Ilobert
Parker Jr. The case will come up In
the Police Court tomorrow.
Manuel Rodrlgues, the Portuguese
blacksmith w ho appeared In the Police
Court esterday on the charge of seduc
tion brought about by cai cleanness lu
the matter of securing a marrlago It
rente, appeared In the Police Court
this forenoon with the marriage papers
in his hand, the ceremony having tnk
m place at his homo last night. On
this showing, the taso was nolle pros'd
There Is a very funny Incident In con
nection with this case. Ily way of
celebrating the event, Hodrlgues
nought some Ice cream and beer and
invited around a number of his friends
to partake of the good things. Tho
priest did not arrive as quickly as was
consistent with the wishes of the happy
trrnom and as the latter, calling Ills
mends around the '.-stive board, began
10 celebrate before there was anything
to telebrate. When the priest did
finally arrive, the beer and Ice cream
had all disappeared.
S. S. Dlckerbon of the Mackay cable
went to Hllo In the Klnau today. While
it that place he will study tho situation
with a view to running n branch cable
there should the business Interests ot
Hllo warrant such a step.
District Attorney II W nrcckons
tor tho Unltid States and C. W. Ash
ford far the defendant. In the matter
ui the seizure of the scliooner Hawai
ian! for having contraband liquor on
liourd. have submitted the case to
Judgo Estee on briefs
Dr. David Starr Jordan of Stnnfoid
University will be a through passenger
In the Siena tomorrow on his way to
Samoa. He will bo joined by Profs.
Allerdlro and Kellogg, both of tho
Weekly edition of the Bulletin fl a
PANG CHONG FINED
(Continued from page 1.)
ing li.ul been said to the bulldeis of
owners regarding a failure to toinply
with the law. This had evldcntlj hi en
taken by the defendant to mean that
the buildings wtie nil light.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth ans
wered that there was no disposition on
the part of Mr. Campbell to be lelcnt
with the defendant who, It might bo
Mated, had not tec lire d a permit for
either one of the buildings If It bad
bten n violation In just one instnme,
there might be some uasou for sus
pending sentence. Added to this, the
defendant was a fieciuent defendant 111
the Police Comt for vlolatlug sanitary
r building regulations He was sure
to turn up at least onic In a fortnight
Judge Will ix. In fcummlng up the
ine nald ' Let me tie, one of these
buildings fell down the othei day.
dldn t if" Attorney Hrooks iinswkercd
that that was not the building mention-
id In the complaint and Judge Wilcox
came up smiling with the reply. "Well,
It Is a fac-slmllc of the building men
tioned. The only dlrferqnce Is that It
has not fallen down. If rain should
come and the ground beiome soft. It Is
quite likely that this building would
alto fall down" The defendant wui
thereupon lined 1100 and costs, th
specific penalty mentioned In the law,
and Attorney Hrooks at once gave no
tice of appeal.
However, the arrest and trial of Pang
Chong has done a great deal of good.
Outside of making this Chinese builder
conform to the building laws by taking
out the usual permits. It has sounded a
warning to other Asiatic builders who
have In contemplation the erection of
other buildings In Chinatown.
Marston Campbell was seen after the
trial of Pang Chong this morning and
he stated that the whole front wall of
the building that sent a hailstorm ol
bricks and purported mortar Into the
street one morning not long ago, had
been ordered torn down. He had also
made recommendations to the builders
according to the building laws of tho
State of New York and Pang Chong
and his associates had promised to con
form with these regulations.
Just before the departure of tho Kl
nan for Hllo today, there was an accl
dent which came very near being the
end of one of the fine horfces of George
S McKenzle's Wring.
Some of the animals had already been
hoisted abontd the steamer In their
Halls. Near the side of the vessel was
General Cronje with Ills Lead'! sticking
out of the stall
The next horse to lie hoisted up was
Rejected, also In a stull. There was a
lot of tulklng on the part of somo of
the horsemen accompanying the fast
horses and from somewheie there camo
an order to lower away. Rejected and
his stall were suddenly lowered and be
fore operations could be stop the com
bined weight ot horse and stall was
resting on poor General Cronje's neck
Another order was given quickly
and the burden was jerked away In
time to save the poor animal pinned
beneath A little more and General
Croujo would have been a thing of the
Ibe horses that left for Hllo In to
day's Klnau were asTbllows: General
Cronje, Rejected, Socialist, Del Vista,
Time Center, Nullah, Mollie Connorl
and Way Hoy. Weller, Violin and
Sambo will ico In the next Klnau,
GOATS SAY PARBWELL,
A stag or rather a "goat" dinner was
hi' en George Angus last night at tho
Mimna Hotel by tl 0 members of the
Order of Hilly Goats as a farewell
to the single-handed strife In the
world of Angus Those present were
Itobt Shingle. W r Dillingham, I H
Dllllnghuui, Fred. Smith, Geo Potter.
Dick Ivors, Geo. Denlson, Geo linker,
Itobt Atkinson, Clluoid Kimball und
the guest of honor All nt the dinner
were members of tho Order of Hilly
Goats, a society which was started a
couple of years ago when tho pnity
weto having a good time at the Dilling
ham place In Mokulela.
The Angui Grnco nuptials take place
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WM. C, LYON,
U00-20I JUDD BUILDING.
The final games of the Y M C A.
handball tournament were plajcd In
the association gvninaslum vesterday
afternoon with the result that A. Illack
man won the championship after a hard
fought battle with 51 Johnson.
The gnine. which for a long while
has been postponed from time to time,
was looked forwnrd to with consider
able Interest bv thov of the Y. M C. A,
members Interested In the game.
The match was nn Interesting one,
both lllacktnan and Johnson being ex
pel t plavcrs nnd pretty evenly matched,
lloth games were very fast and were
plajed with vim nnd snap and tho
mntth lasted from 5:30 till 6 IS p. m.
before Blackmail hud gained the vic
tory. The scoic of the first game was 10 to
21 and of the second, 19 to 21. Illack-
mim's name will now be painted on a
champlonsjilp shield and hung with tho
other trophies ot Its kind In the row
of Immortals In tho Y. M. C, A. gym
EC!tim. Sydney. May 27. The voyage of thn
mallboat across tho Pacific was mark
et by a fatal accident. Whilst on tho
run from Pago Pago to Auckland, ona
of the oners named L. D. Ferguson
was inught In the main shait, and
killed. The unfortunate man, It ap
pears, was endeavoring to take off of
the shaft a piece of rope which had
become entangled In It, and by somq
means the rope caught one of his legs.
and ho was Instantly whirled round
and round the shaff. The machinery
was stopped as quickly as possible,
and trio unfortunate man released
Upon examination It was found that
he had received terrible Injuries, his
legs, back, and neck being broken, and
he only survived for about a quarter
of an hour. The body was brought on
to Auckland, nnd burled there.
"The Opium Cache on Maul." Smutj
flier Whaley anc the yachi Halcyon.
Ponnd-Masler's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that tho ani
mals described below bavo been Im
pounded In ti.o Government Pound at
Maklkt, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold at
the date hereafter named according to
Sorrel More branded "A" with "V"
above on tho right hind leg; white
streak from the forehead to the nose
Tour feet shod. t
Hui Horse branded "HH" on tho left
hind leg; white spot on the fore
head, left ear cut; four black feet;
lour feet shod.
The above strayed animals will bo
sold on Snturday.Jiine 28, 1002. 12 noon
If not called for before tho dato men
tioned. K., KEKEUNE.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of )
K. TAKETA, ) In Bankruptcy.
To the Creditors of iv. Taketa, of Ho
nolulu, In the Island or Oahu, and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notlco Is hereby given that on the
Mb day of June, A. D. 1902, the said
K. Taketa was duly adjudged bank
rupt; and that the first meeting of his
creditors will bo ucld In tho Court
Tioom of tho United States District
Court, In Honolulu, on the 18th day ct
Ji ne, A. D. 1902, nt 4 o'clbclt In the
rfternoon, at which tlrao tho said
credltois may attend, provo their
claims, nppolnt a trustee, examlno the
bankrupt, and trnnsnet such other bus
iness as may properly como before
WILLIAM T RAWLINS.
Special Reforeo in Bankruptcy.
Honolulu, Juno 7tli, 1902. 2176-lt
HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY.
to 6 09
0 ST C tl
1 40, 14
10 ) til
fl II I 0
t 4 II
1 00. t u
Siturdiy ill 4 ioio
Sunday ii 4S!to
4 14 It JJ
Monday it J 13 t t l
Kull moon on the 20th at 3 47 p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an bour earlier ihan at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10h 30m
Blower than Green wclh time, being
mat of the meridian of 157.3V. The
time whistle ..owg at 1:J10 p. m whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, ui Oin.
weaiiicr uureau, runanou. June 1
Temperature Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, SI.
Ilaiomtter at 9 a. m. 29.M. Falling.
Dew Point 72
Hiimldltv at 9 a. m. S2 per rent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
17 We.ither clenr; wind SE.
Tuesday June 17
O S. S Sonoma, Vun Oterendorp,
from Sidney (June 3). Auckland ( June
7). nnd Pago Pago (June ID docked
nt O S. S, Co's wharf nt S 30 11 m ,
salts for Sun Francisco at 5 p. m. to
Monday. June 1C.
Str Lehun, Naopala, foi Molokal
ports, nt u 11. m.
Sir. Iwalanl, Greene, for Anahola, at
I ti. m
Str. James Makee, Tullelt, for Ka
pan, at 4 p. m.
Tuesday, June 17.
Stnir. Klnau, rrccnian, lur Hllo and
way ports, nt noon.
Stmr. Mnuna l.cia. Simerson, for Ha
wail and Maul ports, at noon.
O. S. S. Sonoma, Van Oterendorp, for
San Finnclsco, from Oceanic wharf, at
Str, Mnul, Dennett, for Maul ports,
at S p. m.
Str. W. G. Hnll. S. Thompson, fori
Kauai ports, at Ii p. m,
Str. Noeau, Mosher for Lnhalna,
Kuanapall, Honokaa and Kukulhiiele,
at J p, in.
Tor Hawaii and Maul ports, per
stmr. Manna Loa, June 17 H. A
Juen Mm. Kamnnao, Mis. Mary Al
latt, Mnstcrs McWaine (2), Sister Ho
naventurn. K. Mal, Mrs. R. F Dick
crton, K. Ishlkawa, Spencer Dicker
ton. Miss Alice Arnold, W. D. Mr
Wayne, A. W. S. Dottomley. P. An
drnde, Mrs. J. Camwell nnd three chll
drcn, Mrs. McOrcw and C. F. Eclv
For Hllo ond way ports, per stmr
Klnau, June 17. J. rujljoshl. Tnl
Lung, H. T. Hniselden, John Cullen,
Master Haiselden. Ernest Parker, Jns.
Parker, Geo. Russell, J. Mlcncaln
Miss Osborn, Miss riorence Osborn,
Luke Mon Wa, a. Akuna, Mrs. II. T.
Hayselden, Mrs. W I). Mating. E. S.
Boyd nnd helper, O. M. Atwood, O.
Kaiser, Edmund Irish, J. II. Macken
zie. Miss Ulxhy. Miss Ltedert. E. L.
Newman nnd wife. Miss Gertrude, Hen
ton, Rev. J. A. Cruzan, C, H Fox,
tiim, cjuiuwii iiiiBsvii uiiu Btri turn.
Chang Chow. L. K. Akana. Chow Fat.
Mrs, Gordon Russell and Bervant
Mrs I. Hart and two children. Oscar
Sellers. Miss E. K. Kaohl. A W. Dow,
A C Frederick, John O'ltourke, II.
C. Harrow, T. S Llppy nnd wife. D.
II Todd. A. F. Judd. L. K Pearson,
wife nnd boh; S N. Huni'ley, Miss
Hundley, 8. S. Dickenson, W. S.
Perkins, C Castendick, James Ren
ton, Theo. Wolff. V. O Walker. M.
A Johnson. W. E Kerr. II. C. Plerco
11 Hnin and F. Young.
For Maul potts, per stmr. Haul,
sailing at 5 p. m. today Mrs. 11. P.
llaldwln. Miss Grace Colbuin, G, Schu
man, C. II. Smith, C. H Dickey, Mrs.
K. R. G. Wallace, three chlldieu and
servant; Mrs. 11. Plumer and son,
Mrs. Rebecca Panee, Mary Dutro, MIsh
II Dickey, Mrs, Grace WaterhotiBe,
Miss M. Klikland, Mrs. C. II. Dickey.
Miss D. Ihlbl.
Boer Leaders Admit
the Defeat Complete
London, June 5 The Times' P10
torla correspondent sa8 the resolu
tion of the Vcreenlglng Conference au
thorizing the signing of the terms of
surrender, declared that Britain's In
sistence not to negotiate further but to
diitatc teims nnd nlso the reduced num
her of Hoers In the field, with the Im
possibility of getting back the prison
ers and the necessity for saving the
existence of the race, compelled the
relinquishment of Independence. The
Times sas the Irreconcllables were de
prived of all justification by the Uocr
leaders, who recorded In the clearest
terniB their recognition that their de
feat was complete.
LOWER DUTY ON RICE
Melbourne, June C Thp Sennte has
reduced the duty on rice to Ss a cental.
It Is understood that several curgoes
of mnlzo are on the way from the Ar
gentine and California. .Mr. Deakin had
returns pieparcd showing that the sup
plies of fodder In Tasmania. Victoria
and South Australia nie sufficient to
lust for some time.
Thn Evening Bulletin, 75 cents r'
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estatet Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
ffPij Ui,r- ii 1 h
Jt'NE 17. 1002
The price is
15c a yard
the very latest Ideas In
patterns and colorings,
going this week at
I Whitney &
For Want Column See Page six
WANTED A girl to do ttrst-class Iron
ing. Apply Freni h Laundr, Here
tnnla and Punchbowl Sts. 2170-tf
COTTAGE containing parlor. 2 bed
rooms, dining room, bath, kltcnen
und pantry, rent $20. No. 352 Vino
liird bet Emma and Miller.
TO LET for three months, comfort-
nblo iirnlslipd cottage statue; rent
$25. Magnificent location overlook
ing town and sea Paitlculars at
732 Klnau St 2175-lw-
FOR SALE Furniture 5 room cot
tage, $110 cash, can move In any
time. Apply CoA Cottage Walk,
Si hoot hi bet Port and'Nuuanii.
NEW - TO-DAY
The Fomth Precinct. Fourth Dis
trict, Club of the Republican party
will meet at the St Antonio Hall, on
Vine aril street on Friday evening at
7 3D o'clock for the purpose of nomi
nating officers of the club.
WILL C. KINO.
Fourth District Republican Precinct
Thoie precinct clubs that did not
hold their meetings at the time first
, ,.... i .. .A... i n t.iM
W0'" r T '" '" V'!
precinct clubs together somo time
this week nnd nominate their officers
as required by the rules adopted by
the Republican Territorial Committee,
C i: CRABBE.
Chairman Fourth District Committee.
EXECUTOP'S NOTICE TO CREDIT
The undersigned having been dulj
appointed Executor of the will of P.
Kamanawa kuatiu (k). late of Honolu
lu, Island of Oahu Territoiy of Ha
waii, deceased, notice Is hereby given
to all persons having claims against
the said estate to present the same
with proper vouchers. If an) exist, du
ly authenticated whether secured by
mortgage or oi'ueiwlse to the under
signed nt the office ot Peterson & Mat
thew man, Kaahumanu street, In said
Honolulu, within six months from tho
date of this notice or they will bo for
ever barred And all persons indebted
to said estate are hereby requested ta
make Immediate payment thereof tn
Executor of the Will of P. Kamanawa
Dated Honolulu, T H. Juno 17, A.
217S Juno 17 24. July 1 8. 15.
Thursday, June 26, 1902
In celebration of "CORONATION
DAY" there will bo held on TH0R3
DAY, tho 2lth Inst
AtS-lSa m In St Andrew's Cathe
dral, u Special Servlre which will In
clude a part of the Historic Coronation
At 2 p m there will ho a GARDEN
PARTY nnd CRICKET MATCH on tho
grounds of thn OAHU COLLEGE, ot
which the Trustees have Kindly allow
ed the use
At '1 Ii in Mmra lirlli ln n C I t tl Q S E I tl
TION BALL at tho MOANA HOTEL.
Tickets for tho ball price (2 each,
ma) be hail of any of tho members ot
the Hall Committee.
CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEES;
hinance. . . Mr. W. M. GIffard
Cathedral Service Mr. T. C. Davles
Cricket Match, etc.
Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Ball Mr. D7 W. Anderson,
W. G. 8I1NGLEIIURST,
Honolulu Juno 10th 1902.
Tor a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Glass Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comic Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Booking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dancei 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 open at 9 a. m.
A ;. FIRST-CLASS ! ATTRACTION,
F. E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn, Deretanla St.
near Pllkol. Itent (30.
COTTAGE with barn at the Deach.
Good bathing. Itent $23.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
LOTS at the Reach; IS jears to run.
Good bathing. t'Z to I1U0 per
COTTAGB GROVE, KING STREET
Ccu, Corner of Deretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
r. W. Beardslee. P. O. Bos 111
Quo. W. Pago. TL U
BEARDSLEE & PAOI?
Architects nnd Bulldera.
Offices, Ellto building, Honolulu, T. 15
Sketches and Correct Estimate Ut
ntstaed on Short Notice.
OV ALL KIND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Roblntion,
Queen Btreet, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 SUngenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. O. Box 537.
A wonderful beard Is worn by Jean
'Conlon, of Montlucon, Trance It is
10 feet Kil-2 Inches lu length and
nearly 5 feet of It when he stands
erect, restB on the floor The ends of
his moustnche hang below his waist.
Wftb tho sanction of tho Drlttsh
War Office, ono of tho tloer prfsoners
in Ceylon, named Hlter. has been pro
moted to the rank of lieutenant In tlm
65 Queen St.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR RENT
I have for snlo tho absolutely com
plete furnishings of n 5-room hand
somely furnished cottage, and cottago
for rent. Centrally located, with reas
onnblo rent; electric lights, mosquito
JAS. H MORGAN. )
65 QUEEN STREET.
Palms and Ferns !
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the residence of Mm. Parmentcr,
239 Klnau Btrcet, near corner of Ala
pal street, t will sell at Public Auc
tion tho entlro assortment of very
choice palms, ferns and plants, con
Palms, Hawaiian palms,
Begonias, Caladlums, Chrysanthe
Violets, native ferns,
Hothouse plants and many other as
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Dn SATURDAY, JUNE 21,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, by order ot
Mr. II. T. MAllSH, Trustee In re A.
i:. Nlcnols, bankrupt.
Two cows, two calves,
Ono buggy and harness, j
One ImiBii and curry comb,
Ono feed cutter,
Ono golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on tho Wahtawa Sugar Co,
Ltd., for 750 shares of Its capital stock
pnr value J 100 per share, or $75,000.
Equity In Manhattan Lite Insurance
Co.'s policy No. 115,028 on tho Ufa ot
Albert V. Nichols, faco (death) valua
of policy (20,000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. Daniel Logan. Trustee for tho Aus
tin I'ubHstling Co., Ltd., a bankrupt,
the cnttro plant of tho Austin Publish
lng Co. Tho stock consists of paper,
a very large and splendid stock of fob
type; sufficient body type fori two
largo weekly newspapers, nlso t largo
stock of artistic and up to date type,
some of which has hardly seen Ink. ,
Also all the presses, tools, Instru
ments, shafting, pulleys, belting, ottico
desks, etc., etc.
The sale will also carry with It tho
namo nnd good will of tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific."
In enso of tho non disposal of tho
stock as a wholo, the sale will bo
transferred to the premises of tho
Austin Publishing Co., and will bo held
on the same day. ,
Jae. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St