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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 18, 1902.
Arc ou prepared for the sport? Wc
have made ready to supply our needs
by Importing thousands of tho best
cartridges and an elegant stock of
PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOT
GUNS, tor which guns we arc sole
Wo hate cheaper guns Oian these
also the prices ranging Irom $7.00 to
$150. If ou don't want to buy a gun
p hate them for rent, as well.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.,
Cor. Port tV King 8t. I
OF SUMMER RESTING SPELL
(Contlntitd from nnge 1.)
Scenes from Midsummer Night
Theseus Duke of Athens Daniel I'nlm
llyppol)ta. his brlc .. John Klkuenj
I.ysnmliT (Attendants). Henry Alkun
I'hllostratc, Master of Revels
. . . .-...
Prologue DC Kamnuolu
Strug the Joner. Lion .. .N. Komomuu
Snout, tho Tinker, Moonshine ...
Hartlllng. the Tailor. Wall ....
Jurnee, the Carpenter Kalel I'uul
Nick Uottom, the Wenter. P ramus
Flute, tho Dillon Mender Thlsbe..
Act I. Scene II. Athens, at Julnce, tho
Act V. Scene 1. The same. The Oar
dec of the Palace of Theseus.
Adieu ailleu. mates tiue and dear.
To leate you all our hearts are pained.
Our gatherings the will be missed.
The time has come when we must part
Farewell, farewell, this home of ours.
The home we lose and bold so dear,
O let thy blessings rest on us,
We bid aloha now to thco.
O fare thee well, thou first and best
O fare thee well, thou first and best
In that wide world we'll Join again.
At last, at last unite us there.
MEMDEIIS OF CLASS OF 1902.
Datld Cranswlck Kamauoha.
James Alexander Cranswlck Hattlc.
Daniel S. K. Pahu.
Franklin Ululanl Lemon.
George Kahulu Nahlnu
Thomns Komealanl Nahlnu.
Ernest Kalelnanl Punl.
Geoige Katmtnanao Apela.
Henry K K. Alkue.
John Ilobert Kekuewa.
The tarlous branches of Oahu CoV
lege will hate their commencement
exerrlses at various times and prepa
rations are now being mado for thein.
On Thursday evening. June 11). at
8 o clock thero will be a musical r2
rllnl at Pauahl Hall.
On Tuesday uvenlng, June 24. at S
o'clock the oratorical contest will taku
On Wednesday, Juno 25, and
Thursday the 2Gth. the final examlna
1.0ns will take place, lasting fron
S 30 a m until 1 p m. on both dnys.
On Thursday, June 20, at 10 a. m..
the Punahou Preparatory School grad
uation exercises will take place.
On the evening of Friday, Juno 27,
at 8 o'clock, the Oahu College gradua
tion exercises will take place. Rev.
William Morris Klncald will deliver
the graduating address while MIbs
Charlotte Dodge will be the valedicto
rian. At Mills Institute the commence
ment exercises win take place tomor
row night at 7 30 o'clock. This fin
ishes the tenth year of Tiie Mills In
stitute's life. After tho exercises a ro
ccptlon will be git en nnd refresh
ments will be sertid Tho teaching
corps of the Institute will be practi
cally renewed, II F Sturtetant, E. A.
Powers and A. T. Searlo leaving tha
Institution at the close 0! this term.
Of them, Mr. Powers will go to Cali
fornia on Saturday anil Mr Searlo
will soon folfyw htm to the samo
Chorus Pupils Mills Institute
Warren's Address Sing t.'so
The Owl and the Pussy Cat
Frogs at School Goo En
Lltlng In the Present Hang Yen
Vocal Solo L. G. Dlackman
The Gooso Ah Loy
My Pony Ah Yup
Dear Walklkl Ooo On
Honeysuckle and the Dee
En Llm, Oh Sol
Barbara Frcltchle . ..Thomas Atau
'j no Brook Ah Pul
Who Stolo the Bird's Nest. I.um Leo
Flute Solo F. Armstrong
Indians of tho Past.. Six Small Boys
Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg ..
Chorus Pupils Mills InBtltU'u
The Kaahumanu and the KalulanI
Schools will not be outdono by their
greater rivals and In each of thoso
places choleo programs have been pro
pared for the commencement oxer
cIbcu. At tho Kaahumanu School, arrange
ments and preparations for tho ctent
have been tho order for Borne tlmo
past. The larger girls hato kept tho
sowing mnchlne humming making up
dresses and costumes to be used 1 1
tho exercises nnd novo succeeded in
turning out somo very pretty things
Indeed In a v5ry workmanlike mannor
The boys of tho school have concen-
trnteit Ihclr efforts In the arraneo..
merit of tho stage In tho hall whore
tho exercises nro to take placo and
linu shown themselves able stage me
thanlcs. Among other tilings thoy
hate arranged a stage curtain which
aits In the rigular way nnd gltos
much credit to Its designers.
On the da of tne nlTnlr llie pupils
I .!!! '" ""i1" ,? ' -!LW "?.. " DS" i
pupil, have taken charge of the'whcilo
alTalr themselves under the supurtl ,
lun or tlitir teachers I
A mi.... inT r, niiir., r ti... .in, ,.ni 1.,.'
" l " "" "" "" " 1
tlm unveiling of n fine plcturu if
Queen Kiialiumnnii painted b Mrs.
Kelley the well known local artist,
riltc nirtltio It, anlit n n ..,. nr fj '
,. ,, ' . .. .
""'"J " "lose KlICClSSIUl WCirKS WUICU
in nt,;,!, ii kuuii llt'HI
The ft out takes place on Friday,
lunii :. at U 3D p in. The progrnm
tor the dnt will bo as follmw
. Ami' GlnlAmni rtm
,,! , ., ,
plan,, Solo, The'riohemlan (llrl ....
Recitations ftoom 2
Song The Postman ltoom 3
Wand Drill Hooms 11 nnd 13
Hnwallan Song Mary
Alett, Angellnc Jonah, Sarah Apo
Song Itoom 10
Recitation .. . Itoora
,iong The Last Hope ...Hooms 11, 12
Dialogue, The linker . Itoom 10
Piano Solo, Mountain Stream . .
Recitations . . Room 1
Song H) mn to the Night
Rooms 11 12
Recitation .. otto Carlson
Recitation Room 10
Song Hakes In the WooeM ..Itoom 0
Dialogue, A Revolution In Sugar
Candln Itoom 3
Closing Song Rooms 11, 12
t the KalulanI School, tho ar
rangements nro also now being per
fected nnd will surely make an elab
orate showing Tho assembly hall in'
tne school being too small to accom
modate the pupils and the audience at
one time, a lanal Is now being con
strutted in the jarcl ruakal of the
school by the ko)s from the Reform
bchool. This lanal will be cotcred
with tarpaulins procured ky tho
school through the courtesy of Mr.
rrecj. Whitney of the Ocean c Steam
ship Company As In the Kaahumanii
School, the pupils are practically do
ing all the work of preparing the nf
lair sucn as printing the programs, ote.
The KalulanI School's closing eexer
dees will take place on tho morning
01 Friday, Juno 20. The program Is as
Opening Song, Our Father.... School
Drill, Little Cooks ...Rooms 3 and 0
Lullaby Tlooms 1 and 3
Wand Drill Room 12
Song. Happy Hoys Are We... Room 9
Drill, Flower Bells
Rooms C. 7. 8. 10. 11
Cluk Drill Room 10
auug, .iy uiu ncmucKy. .jiooms n, 1J
song. .,ie Lord is My Shepherd
Hooms 11, 12
nag urui Rooms . i
Song. Like no a Like Rooms 7, S
May Pole. Hawaii Ponol. America,
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
the public to attend tho graduating ox
crclses of the Free Kindergarten
Training school tomorrow afternoon
lu the Henry nnd Dorothy Castle Mem
orial Kindergarten. Certificates will be
awarded Glads A. Aklna In the first
grade, and Alice L. Keklpl. Pung En
Fung. Arccnln Franks. Mary Phillip,
baran llrown, second grade The pro,
gram Is as fallows.
Intocatlon Ret. O. H, Gullck
Song Greeting Mendelssohn
Kindergarten Training School
Address Dr A. M Smith
Song (a) O Beautiful Violet....
(b) Wanderer's Night Song
Kindergarten Training School
Address to Qrnduntcs
Presentation of Certificates
Mrs C. M. Hvdc
Song Stars tho Night Adorning
J. I) Weerlln
Kindergarten Training School.
Benediction Rev. E. S. Tlmoteo
TIIE TIME TO WOO.
A little white rose in the garden blew,
When the dew In tho dawn lay bright
And over the grass came her lovers to
And faithful troth to plight.
Hut the rose bode the wind go sigh, go
(She flouted the vowg of the butterfly;
And the cricket he skipped without
To the little white rose In tho garden
But, alack' tho wco rose when the
She quaked In tho twilight gray.
When a moth Hew out of a lime to sue
Ami won her without delay,
T,ut llol'l nlght-nioth that flow from
He won tho wee rose without reason or
Because bly fellow 'ho knew Just the
To woo a white roio In tho garden.
Samuel M. Peck In April Smart Set
' ' '
' Sunday Bulletin, $1.25
TOURNAMENT WILL BE
IN FULL SWINQ SOON
Titles of Exalted Piogster and Ex
hausted Pongster to be Con
ring-pong has struck the Elks' Club
and the members thereof arc hard at
the game dally, In preparation for the
tournament to take place next week
and which has been announced as fol
lows: PINO PONG TOURNAMENT.
A I'lng I'ong Tournament will be
held In tho club room, beginning Mon
day. June 23. 1902. The first prize will
be a suitable trophy and the title of
Exalted Plngster; second prlie, the
title of Exhausted Pongster,
Rules to be catch-ns-catch-can, best
two of three falls. Anchor nurse bar
red No hobbles or blinders will bo
allowed nnd no bitting In clinches.
Ilegulntlon racquets will be used but
anj member hating a pet swatter may
use same without extra charge.
Entries will close Saturday night.
June 21 I .rate name and money fori
mtmnw fee w lib Japanese Jlmmle, tho
Chlcrnl.!lan attache de doiiffe.
Admission to tournament, four lilts
If ""e "1 lf not aW to '
Lliooks. the welter-weight banker.
Alreadj the cntrj list Is a long 0110
ami it Is thought that the tournament
I will It-silll ill Hutu; mil- huiui-i,. 1 . ..,.
I Brooks Is the present champion at tho
game In the club but ho was beaten
'by nn outsider testerdaj and his ad
.. Ml I. I ... t.. ... I- M
mirers nie losing some of ihclr faith
In hlin Among tho crackerjacks mter
ed for (lie tournament nro Tom Hollo
way. Tarn MiGrew, Jack Atkinson,
Sonny Cunha, Dunle Hartman, J.
Lovett Rockwell. String Woodbrlilgo,,
F. E. Richardson, Lorrln Andrews, II
K. lllio, and many other doughty play
ers who have been making It warm
for each other at practice of lato
A 8UNSHLIiS8 AFFAIR.
He was a wireless politician
She was a thoughtless maid
Out on the grnssless lawn together,
I'nder tho treeless simile.
Placing a game of nctless ttnnls,
'I his, with n bounccless ball
When from the glassless hotel window
Echoed a soundless call.
Then through the pathliss walk tin;
Each with a stepless gait.
Into the fl)lcss room for dining;
Each to a foodless plate;
Down Into a seatless chair she flutterei1
He to a chalrless seat.
"Ah, what a tasteless taste'" he mut
"Oh, for a blteless eat!"
First, 'twas a meatless steak they or
Then tried a crustlcss pie;
Next o'er an Iceless ice they dallied.
Each with a bllnkless eye.
Ah, what an endless end we're reach
ing End of this wordless wreck
He, with a centless dollar settled
All of the payless check,
Fom tho Baltimore American
Apiculture, far from being a minor
Industry In this country, patronized
by a few gentlemen farmers and coun
try housewives, is one of tery promis
ing growth. The nplcultural product
of the country at present Is estimated
at (20,000,000 annually, but this Is but
a small part of the benefit which the
country derives as a whole from the in
dustry, since the part the bees play In
the proper cross-fertlllzatton of seed
crops and fruits Is of Inestimable value.
At present there Is a demand for In
formation In regard to the diseases
peculiar to bees. Whole colonies are
often carried away by contagious dis
eases, and epidemics occasionally occur
that sweep whole sections of the coun
try. A study of bee diseases Is to be
undertaken by the division of entomo
logy during the coming year.
The drought-resisting whe.t' of Rus
sia and Algeria has lately been the sub
ject of much attention among the biolo
gists of the country. It Is belleteil that
It is specially adapted to tho seml-arU
plains that extend from North Dako
ta to Texas, and that Its general Intro
duction In that part of the country
would have the best results. This wheat
differs from ordinary wheat, not only
In Its ability to withstand the effects
of di ought, but In form nnd appear
ance It has big, flat heads, with much
chart, long beard and large, yellowish
white, extremely hard g-ilns. It Is
suld that It makes excellent breaj, and
Is particularly suitable for macaroni.
Tho average number of lives lost b
lightning lr this country so far as re
corded Is 800 a tear.
"The Opium Cache on Maul." Smug
gler Whaley and tho yachl Halcyon.
NEW - TO-DAY
Notice Is ncrcby git en that at Di
rectors' meeting of tho Inter Island
Telegraph Company, Limited, held
Juno 13th, 1902, the thirteenth nnd
last assessment was called, payablo
July 1st, 1902, delinquent August 1st,
1902. CLINTON J. HUTCHINS.
Honolulu. Juno 17, '02. 217C It
COURT LUNALILO No. 6600, A. O. F.
A regular meeting of tins Court will
bo held this Wednesday etonlng,
June 18th, at 8 p m nt Harmony Hall
for the purpose of electing officers for
tho ensuing term.
(Slg) THOMAS TREADWAY,
Juno 17. 1902. 2170 It
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4 14 II i!
Full moon on the 20th at 3 47 p. m.
Tides from the United males Uuasl
and Geodetic Surrey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul ana Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time is lOh 30m
slower than Oreen wclh time, being
tuai of the meridian of 157.3U. Toe
time whistle ..own at ItSO p. m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, un 0m.
Winthcr Ilureau. Punahou, June 18
Temperature Morning minimum,
OS; Midday maximum, SI.
Darometer at 9 a. m. 29.93. Steady.
Dew Point 70R
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 77 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jum
IS. Weather tlouilj, wind light E.
Tuisdny, June 17
Sir. Lchua. Naopnla, from Molokal
ports, at 7 20 p. m , with 20 hiad of
(.attic and 15 pjiknges sundries.
wctineKcin), June is. 1
O. S. S. Slerrn, Hoiullctte, from San
Fninclsco, at 2 p. m.. with 0 das' later
mall and newspaper files Sighted on!
Wnlmanalo nt 11. lu a m., on IDamond
Head at 12 35 p. m. Sailed from Sail
I'ranclfco June 1, at 10 a. m.
U. S. 1. C. S. S. Albatross, Thomas,
from cruise around Kauai, ut 11 a, m.
Str. Iwalanl. Oreene. fiom Anahola.
at C a m , with '&0J bags sugar.
Str Mlkahala, Gregory, from Na-
w,tt1 nl 0.0 a m ttUu 3100 ha&
Tuesday, June 17
Str. W. a. Hall. S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, nt 5 p. m.
Str. Maul, F. Bennett, for Maul
ports, at 5 p ni.
Sti. Noenu. Mosher. for Lahalua,
Kaanapall. Houokan and Kukiilhncle,
nt 0 p. m,
O. S. S. Sonoma Van Otircndorp, for
San Frunclsio, at 5 p. ni.
Str. I.ehtia. Naopnla, for Molokal
pons, at 5 p. m.
From Molokal ports, per str. Lehua,
June 17 A, M. Brown and vvlfe, J. D.
McVeigh. Mr. Charlock, Mrs. Kuwa
guchl, police officer nnd three on deck.
From Kauai ports, per str, Mlkahala,
June 18 Mrs. A. E. Todd, D. Land, E.
J. Lord, A. Buchholtz, T. Masuda, K.
Kawamoto and 40 deck.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S
Slerrn, June IS C. J Applegatc, Mrs.
Applegate. Mrs. Mary Austin, H. B.
Baldwin, S. A. Baldwin. F. V. II rger,
E. G. Cnrrrra. Jno. Champion. E. B
Clark, J. P. f'ooke. Miss Llla Craig,
J. E. Creason. Miss H. DnvtB, Miss 1L
Desha, Miss Juanlta Dreler, T. S. Els
ton, Mrs. A. M Elston. Miss Elston, F.
W. Eterton, Mrs. Eterton and child,
Miss A. G. Fennane, E. Fernandez, Mia
rcrnnndcz, Mrs. A, E. Fernandez, Mlsa
C. Fernandez, Miss I., rernandez, Mrs.
M. D. Frear. Mrs. J. S. Oaj, Miss K. C
Graff. A. R. Gurrey Jr.. Col. A. G.
Hawes, II. Holmes. Dr. J. M. Holt. Mrs.
Holt and two children, II. W. Iljers,
Mrs. Hyers, Mrs. M. M. King. Miss F.
Lyons, Miss M. C. McCleavo. Miss Me-
Nary, Jno. Marham, G. R. Murray, C
A. Park, Mrs. Park. C. S Perrj. W. C
Perry. Miss C. J. Pratt, A Robinson,
Mrs. Robinson nnd two chlldrin, A. F
Robinson, A. S. Robinson. C S. Robin
eon, Mrs. II. S. Robinson. Mrs. A
Rogers and two children, W. M Rogers,
Thos. Row lev. Miss F S. Rowley, Misl
V. Ryan, Master Clans Spreckels Miss
L. Spreckels, O. E. West. O. P. Wlcox
R. W. Woods, Miss Irma Woodward.
For Kauai ports, per str. W. O. Hall,
June 18 Mrs. A. D. Hills. Mrs. A. B.
Wood, child and maid. Mrs. C. M.
Cooke, Ahana, Hee Fearth, W. Wolters,
A. Haneberg. C. A. Rice, W. G.'Ilj
man, Lnn Chan, John Lowell, II. A
Jaeger. N. C. Barion, C. Streikuald
G. R. Ewart, Chang Lai, Ben Low, Mrs.
K. Hamano. J. Barnes, M, Kolmjashl,
For San Francisco, per O. S S. Sono
ma, Juno 17 MrB. Lengstrom, Kuther
Inc L. Clark, Mrs. S M. Kerns, Mrs.
J. Relnwlck, Mrs. Robert Scott, John
Little. Mrs. John Little. Major and
Mrs. Wood and child. Miss Mills, Mlsa
Vlda McCartney, W, II. Lubccker, wife
and three children, B L. Howe, wife
and two children, Edith Carlson, John
Dltter, John Clark, Mrs. Susan Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Arneke, Mrs. R, A. Hull
ley, D. F. Bathonsry, Robert Kurtz, K.
Oilman Mrs. Yule, Mrs. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. Jns, Riley and children, Mrs. Ri
ley and child, Miss Woods. W. II.
Baugh, Mr Carr, Mrs. M. B. Hammond
and daughter, P. S. Schneider, Mist
Tabrltt, Mrs. C. Morse, Mrs. L. P. Ap
pieman and child, Mrs. Isaac Moore,
Edward Osborn and family. Mrs. J. J,
Geavy, Miss A. Brady, Miss Powers,
C. N. Spiers, Gordon Usborn, A, M,
Walcott, P. M. Plumb. Miss C. S,
Plumb, Mr. and Mrs. Laldlavv, Dr. und
Mrs. Tripp, H. K. Duffus, S. T. 'Alex
ander, Mrs Gilchrist, W. T. Veltch,
W W. Tucker, Mrs. C. St. Allen, R. E,
Braden, L. J. Phelps, W. J. Conroy, J,
L W Zumwalt, wife and four children,
Mrs Samuel Johnson, Mrs. Cameron,
W H Lelinet, Mrs. Albert Clare, Mrs
J A Porter, Mrs. J. G Pratt, Mrs. Al
bert Clark. Mrs. J. A. Hopper, Mrs. M.
L Hopper, Mrs. L. rogue and two chll-
di en. C M Qrny,
For Maul ports, per str Maul, June
17-Mrs H. P. Baldwin, Miss Grate
Colimrn T. Akanalulu, G. Sehuman, E.
Goldberg C II. Smith, C. II. Dickey.
Mis K R. O Wallace and three chil
dren Mrs II. Plumer and son, Mrs
Rebecca Pnnee. Mary Dutro. Miss R.
Dickey, Mrs. Orace Waterhouse, Miss
M Klrkland. Mrs C. H. Dickey, Miss
B Ihlul, Miss W. McEIroy, T. M. Datle.
The price is
15c a yard
the very latest Ideas In
patterns and colorings,
going this weok at
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A HtO
man of neat address, good proposi
tion to right partv. Robert Grletc
Pub. Co, 82 Merchant 5t 2170-lt
TO LET Six room house on Insane
As.vlum road, 10 per month. P E.
R Strauch 32 Campbell block, up
stairs corner Fort and Merchant.
LOST Gordon setter dog Return to
Toma Abbo police station, and re
lelto reward 2170-lvv
KONA 4 KAU RAILWAY COMPANY,
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Whereas certain stockholders of the
KONA R. KAU RAILWAY COMPANY.
LIMITED, a corporation organized
and existing under and by virtue of the
laws of tho Terrltorv of Hawaii, which
said stockholders represent more than
one-half of the capital stock of said
corporation by a written Instrument
dated at Honolulu In tho said Terri
tory, the 17th clay of June, 1902
(which said written Instrument Is on
file nt tho office of tne secretary of
the said corporation), did request the
President of the said corporation to
call a special meeting of the stockhold
ers of snld corporation, for the pur
pose of tilling existing vacancies lu
the Board of Directors of said corpora
tion, and for the transaction of such
other business as shall come properly
beforo tho meeting
Now, therefore by tlrtue of the By-
Laws of said corporation, and lu pur
suanco of snld request; and by tlrtus
of all other powers in any way author
izing or empowering tho undersigned
Second Vlco President ot snld corpora
tion, acting ns Piesldent thereof, in
the absence from the Territory of the
President nnd tho Vlco President
thereof, I do -ereliy call a special
meeting at the stockholders ot tho
said Kona & Kan Railway Company,
Limited, to convene at the office ot
Gardner K. Wilder, Kaahumanu street,
In the said city ot Honolulu, on
Thursday, tho 10th day of June, 1902.
n. 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day, for the purpose ot filling existing
vacancies In the Board of Directors ot
said corporation and for tho transac
tion of such other business as shall
come properly before the meeting.
Dated this 17th day of June. 1902.
OARDNEU K WILDER.
Second Vlco President and Acting
President of said Corporation.
HENRY C BIRBE. JR..
Acting Secretary of Said Corporation
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of )
M. SHIMAMURA, ) In Banruptcy.
Bankrupt, ' )
To the creditors ot M Shlmamura, of
Lahalna, in the Island of Maul and
district aforesld, a bankrupt:
Notice Is hereby given that on the
13th day or June, A D. 1902, tho snld
M Shlmamura was duly adjudged
bankrupt; an; that the first meeting
of his creditors will be held at 33A S.
King street, In Honolulu, on tho 30th
day of June, A D. 1902, at 9 o'clock In
the forenoon, at which time the said
creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, oxamlno the
bankrupt, and transact such other bus.
Iness ns may properly come before
said meeting WM S. FLEMING,
Refmee In Bankruptcy.
Honolulu, Juno 18, 1902. 2170-lt
HAWAIIAN SOCIETY" OF THE S0N8
OF THE AMERICAN REV
OLUTION. Tho adjourned annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Sncluty of the Sous nl
the American Rotolutlon will be hold
at the offlte of . e Hawaiian Trust
Company on Thursday Juno 19th,
1902, at J2 o'clock noon
A full tittunuanro desired
WM O ATWATER,
217C-U Secretaiy S. A. R.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
. ;nu: t . ..aiBf fam.
For a Short Season Only
JAGK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Glass Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comlc Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Booking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dances and Bur
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 :- FIR8T-CLASS -:- ATTRACTION.
Thursday, June 26, 1902
In celebration of "CORONATION
DAY" there will be held on TH0R3
DAY, the 2Cth Inst.:
At 9:15 n. ni.. In St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, a Special Service, which wilt In
clude a part of the Historic Coronation
At 2 p. m. there will be a GARDEN
PARTY and CRICKET MATCH on tho
grounds of the OAHU COLLEGE, of
which tho Tiustoes have kindly allow
ed the use.
At 9 p m. there will bo a SUBSCRIP-
nun ball at me moana hotel.
Tickets for t'no ball, prlco $2 each,
may be had of any of the members ot
tho Ball Committee.
I CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEES:
Hnance Mr. W. M. Glffard
Cathedral Service.... Mr. T. C. Davles
Cricket Match, etc
I Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Ball Mr. a; W. Anderson
W. G. 6INGLEIIUR8T,
Honolulu, June lGth, 1902.
F. E, KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Bcretanla St.
near Pllkol. Rent $30.
COTTAGE with barn at tho Beach.
Good bathing. Rent (25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grote.
LOTS at tho Beach; 18 tears to run.
Good bathing. $75 to J100 per
COTTAGB GROVE, KING 8TRHET
There Is no more Interesting or cu
rlnus sight on this earth than tho Inte
rior of tho extinct crater, Aso Ban,
nbout thirty miles irom the city of Ku
mamoto, In Japan. It Is Inhabited y
20,000 people, who live anil prosper
within Its vertical wall 804 feet high.
Tho Inhabitants rarely make a Journey
Into tho outer world, but form, ns It
woie, a little nation by themselves,
65 Queen St.
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 2Qth
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, 1
will sell at Public Auction, household
furniture consisting ot
Beds, springs, mattresses.
Bureaus, washstands, piano.
Extension tables, wardrobes,
wood states, largo Ice box.
Agateware, pictures, mirrors,
Crcpo paper, undergarments.
Shirts, rugs, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 20tti,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, CS Queen street, 1
will sell nt Public Auction a largo
quantity of Hawaiian Rice; also
Canned Pears, Poaches, Apricots,
Grapes, Pineapples, Salmon, Sardines,
Ovsters, preserves. Jam, Worcester
shire Sauce, Starch, Laundry Soap,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F. Alorgan,
ON SATURDAyT JUNE 21st
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom. 05 Queen streot, 1
will sell at Public Auction a newly
painted Phaeton with new rubber tires
and In good condition.
And a snddle horse with saddle and
On SATURDAY, JUNE 21
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. II. T. MARSH, Trustee In ro A.
E. Nlcnols, bankrupt,
Two cows, two calves,
Ono buggy and harness,
Ono brusn and curry comb,
Ono feed cutter,
Ono golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on tho Wahlawn Sugar Co ,
Ltd., for 750 shares ot Its capital stock
par value (100 per share, or $75,000.
Equity In Manhattan Life Insurance
Co.'a policy No. 115,028 on tho life ul
Albert E. NIcliols, faco (death) valut
of policy $20,000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
TRUSTEE'S SALE '
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr. Daniel Logan, Trustee tor tho Aus
tin Publishing Co., Ltd., a bankrupt,
the entire plant of the Austin Publish
ing Co. Tho stock consists of paper,
a tery largo and splendid stock ot Job
typo; sufficient body type for two
largo weekly newspapers, .lso a largo
stock of artUtlc and up to-dato type,
somo or which has hardly seon Ink,
Also nil tho presses, tools, Instru
ments, shafting, puileys, belting, officii
desks, etc., etc.
Tho sate will also carry with It tho
namo and good will ot the "Paradise
of tho PaclOc."
In caso of tho non disposal ot tho
stock as a wholo, tho sale will be
transferred to the promises ot tho
Austin Publishing Co., and will bo bold
on tho same day,
Jas. F. Morgan,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR RENT
I havo for sale the absolutely com
plctc furnishings ot a 5-room hand
somely furnished cottage, and cottage
for rent. Centrally located, with reas
onable, rent; electric lights, mosquito
JAS. F MORGAN.
65 QUEEN STREET.
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