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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T , THt'RSDAY Jt'NE 19, 1902
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Are you prepared for the sport? Wo
hae made ready to supply your needs
by Importing thousands of the test
cartridges and an elegant stock ot
PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOT
QUNS, (or Ahlt.li guns no are sole
We hate cheaper guns than these
nlso, the prices ranging Irom $7.00 to
$150. If you don't want to buy a gun
we hao them for rent, as well
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.,
Cor. Port f King 8tn. I
YENTS HIS SPLEEN ON
A POOR DUMB BRUTE
Ucrse of Washington Mercantile Com
pany Cut In Several Places On
TO HOLD IIRISONERS
(Continued from page 1.)
show that the prisoner was legally held,
also reminding him thaflBo prisoner's
couniel on a previous hearing moved
for his discharge, which iTTul the same
effect as n deliiutrer to the return.
1 have set forth in the return why
he Is held." persisted the Assistant
proper p.ipois were prepared and fur
nished to the Jailer It the prisoner
were released under this writ, cotlli he
lie arrested ngiln'
Mr Douthltt thought he could he.
"You lime a warrauTrcady fo'rlilm?"
queried Mr Brooks.
"To ho candid with ou. I have."
answered the Assistant Attornej Gen
eral. "I can send itlm to prison under
the mittimus, but cannot hold him
The court nt this stage found as a
fact that the Jailer was without author '
Ity to hold the prisoner.
.Mr. Davis hero Introduced a dramatic
touch by beckoning the prisoner from
a back bench to sit bei'de his counsel,
and then vigorously protesting to the
court against the presence of a police
man menacing the prisoner. lie was
Interrupted by his associate, Mr.
IlroOnS, who said It was the old mitti
mus and nil right, concluding, "That Is
all, Your Honor"
Judge Gear said he would discharge
the prisoner, hut Mr Douthltt persist
ed In arguing thai the course he had
suggesfed was the proper one for tho
court. TTie judge said It might be
straight enough since he as the trial
Judge knen the facts hut suppose
Judge Robinson were Rearing the po
tltlon what was there to show him that
the conviction, etc., were regular' He
was bound by the Orlemon case. If
the prisoner were held ho would decide
that It could only he under tt"6 certifi
Mr. Douthltt, upon a taunt from Mr.
I)als about the responsibility of tho
Attorney General's office for correct
procedure, warmly remarked that
wheneer a verdict In a criminal case
was rendered the Attorney General or
his representnTTveg was quit of the
case. It was an exploded Idea that pre
vailed here that It was the duty of tho
prosecuting officer to rooe for sen
tence. The reporters for the afternoon pa
pers had been hanging on for half an
hour after the usual tlnra of turning In
latest copy. If possible to get the deci
sion In yesterday's Issue. They thought
they had It now and were Just going
out the door when a remark from tho
bench made them return.
It sounded as pat as Portia's elucida
tion of the nub of Shylock's bond, but
Portia did not have a Davis to fight.
The attorney was bothered for about
a minute, In which he had a break to
get the petition amended, bnt he suTl
denly recollected something he had
read In "Church On Habeas Corpus,'
and it turned things his way again.
Judge Gear Incited the fresh wranglo
by observing" that the case had assum
ed a new phaso sfnee the writ of ha
beas corpus waB Issued, The petition
alleged that the prisoner was unlawful
ly restrained of his llfiert) Sccause he
was tried before tho Judge now speak
ing while Judge Humphreys was hott
ing court. He could not go beyond the
cause stated In the petition, and he be
lieved that bis holding oT the trial was
Mr. Davis here made life motion to
amend the petition, by Inserting tho
words, "that ho Is restrained of his
liberty without written authority." At
the same tlmo he reverted to his argu
ment over the papers, followed by Mr.
Urooks on the same line They con
tended that having asserted Illegal re
strain they were not bound to show
how the man was Illegally Imprisoned
If the respondent failed to show that
he was legally held. Mr. Douthltt said
the proceedings were analogous to a
civil action, where the court was
hound to decide by the pleadings. To
this Mr. Davis eagerly assented, hut
turning the argument In the other di
rection. In habeas corpus tho court
did not decide on the petition, but on
the pleadlngB to wit, on TTTu return.
"You have held," said Mr. Douthltt
to the court, "that the proceedings be
fore yourself while Judgo Humphreys
was holding codrt were legal?"
"I have," answered the court,
"Then that Is an end of It," observed
the government attorney,
Mr. Davis hero recalledlils reading
of Church and asked leave, as his feet
sped toward the law library, to fetch
the book. Returning with the volume
ho read the rule that where. a respond
ent In habeas corpus failed to show
legal restraint the court must set tljq
captive free. " Tou are a good lawyer,'
he affectionately pleaded with the
Judge, "and are bound to recognize this
Judgo Gear received the authority
from counsel's hand and after pe'rlrefn''
the open page said Ciai It brought
him back to Rio original Judgment
When Mr. Douthltt urged the speclllc
grievance of the complaint a"fl exclusive
of nSwly discovered ones, contending
that the latter constituted n different
cause of action altogether, tho court
Mr Davis writing fiirlolicly upon n
sheet of legal cap lemnrkeil "I tell
ou one thing I am going to moo
against that policeman. He went on to
s.i) "You '.nade a motion to quash
the writ, nnd 1 had sense enough to
nunc for the prisoners ulsehaigV Tho
policeman scented u iihiuf'c In tho
meantime and lied to the corridors.
Judge Hir said "I do not see how 1
can mold discharging the prisoner
Suppose there was mi mittimus." Mr
Douthltt replied that the court could
Inquire whether there was a alld Judg
ment. He agreed with the court In all
his contusions The Jailer should hnv o
written nuthorltj. but If the matter
were brought to the attention of hi
honor that the prisoner was held on
Insulllclcnt papers, was his honor going
to let this man go scot free? The court
should hold that the prisoner be re
nianded until certified copies of tho
Judgment be lodged wth the Jailer.
"I do not see why that mittimus can
not be used oxer again for delivering
the prisoner to the Jailer," concluded
the court, hut neither do I see how 1
can remand the prisoner under that
mittimus I do not sec how I can do
any thing on a writ of habeas corpus
but remand or discharge the prisoner.
It seems to me our proper course Is to
take the prisoner hack under IhUt
mittimus nnd hae the jailer supplied
with a certified copy of the Judgment.
Mr. Kererlrn, come forward. Tho court
finds that )ou are Illegally restrained
and you are discharged."
The court then rose and Mr. Davis
hustled the departing prisoner back
Into the courtroom, bidding him Btay
within the fane of justice for refuge
from the policeman. In vain Mr.
Douthltt expostulated with the pris
oner's counselor, saying the man was
certain to be arrested and It was mak
ing unnecessary trouble to shield him.
"You will not arrest him In this
courthouse." was all Mr. Davis bad to
A warrant will be sworn out this
afternoon by Otto Gertz, the young
man who has charge of Die Kallhl
branch of the Washington Mercantile
Company, for the arrest of n young
t'ortugueso on the charge of malicious
Injury. Tho circumstance s leading up
to the arrest, as told by Gert himself,
are as follows:
'On Saturday night last, according
to orders which 1 had received from
headquarters, I dismissed the Portu
guese. He was very angry but went
nway, and I saw very little of him until
"The fellow was standing about n
quarter of a mile away from the store.
I Instructed the new driver of the store
wagon not to allow the other man to
ride with him. should he seek to do io.
"Later on, I learned that lie had
made an nttempt to ride In the wagon
and had used xlle language to the new
man because ho was not allowed to .io
At 12 nnon. I met him nnd we had
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Pull moon on the 20th at 3:47 p. m.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Weather Bureau, Punahou, June 19.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, SO.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.9S. Itlslng.
Dew Point 65F.
Humidity at 9 a. m 70 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. June
19. Weather clear; wind light NE.
Thursday, June 10.
Dr. sp. Yola, Pennlculk, lfil clays
Am bg Geneva, Aas, 09 days from
Am. schr. Geo. C. Perkins, 23 days
Am. bl. Albert, Turner, from Lay
Wednesday, June IS. ,
Stmr. Lehiin, 'supala, lor Maul and
O. S. S. Sierra, Houdletto, for tho'
Stmr. Iwnlnnl, Greene for Ilaua-j
inaulii, Anuklni and Anahola, at 4
r m I
Stmr. Mlkahnla. Gregory, for Eleelo,
Makawell, Walmea nnd Kekaha (for
ivolua. mall and passengers only), t
5 p. m I
Tor Moloknl and Mnul ports, per
stmr Lehua June IS. C Aim mil
The cuts on the poor horse are nut 'wife. John I'nllon. Dr A Muurlt, 1'.
so very deep nnd look as If the das M McCorrlston, Sam Ualdvviii and II.
tardty work had been done with n dull i P. Baldwin,
lack knife The cut on the front leg s
worst of nil and looks as If n coward
ly prowler had plunged the knife dow
wnrd In tho nesh and then wound
nroiind n couple of times.
quite n row I told the fellow thnt 1 1
had told Day & Co. of his actions nt .
Hie store nnd his reason for being fir-1
ed and that. If he continued his often-1
slvo demeanor, I would tell them morn
so that If he Intended going there, as
I had already heard, they would not i
take him. i
'He became very nngry at this nnd
left me saving. 'All right. I'll fix you.
I thought no more of the tiircat, but
this morning when 1 wont to the sta
ble, I found the wagon horse cut n
tnree places on the left side anil on
the left front leg, the latter being the
worse cut of all. upon Inquiry about
the neighborhood, 1 lcnrned that the
Portuguese had been seen lurking
around In the neighborhood of tho
store Inst night
the very latest Ideas in
patterns and colorings,
going this week at
15c A YARD
65 Queen St.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd
For Wont Column Sec Page Six
IIB SHIPS ME
(Continued from page 1.)
Stanford University, June 11. Presi
dent David Starr Jordan will leave the
university tomorrow and sail by the
Sleira at 7 p. m, from San Francisco
for the Samoan Islands. He will spend
the summer In the Islands, making his
headquarters at Apia Dr Jordun tins
In charge the work of the I'nlted States
Fish Commission In the Pacific, and he
will study and collect the shore fishes
of Samoa, his report being brought out
by the commission, and the collections
added to the National .Museum at
Washington. Collections will also be
made for the zoological museum of
Dr. Jordan will be assisted by Prof
Vernon Lyman Kellogg, head of the
department of entomology of the uni
versity, who will also study the Insect
and bird life of the Islands, a Held al
most unsearched. and of great Interest
to naturalists from the long Isolation
of the Island forms. The fauna and
flora of Samoa aie among the most
peculiar of the world, and It is hoped
much light will be thrown on the
problems of development by their
Prof. Allnrdlce of the department of
mathematics also accompanies the ex
pedition as a volunteer, nnd Dr. Jordan
will huve the help of Mlcliltnro Slndo,
a Japanese student of the university,
who has accompanied him on his for
mer tours to Hawaii and Japan.
Dr. Jordan will be accompanied by
Mrs, Jordan nnd their son, Knight
Jordan, and the party will return to
this country August 25.
THIRD PRECINCT CLUB.
There will he an Important meeting
of the Third Precinct (Fourth District)
Republican Club held this evening at
1 7 30 o'clock for the purpose of elect
I lug officers for the ensuing year. The
'meeting will be held In the water
l works bullulng Nutianu street, nt tho
tcii minus of the tram line.
The favoiable trade wind picvalllng' "
Drought quite n number of vessels Into , -i'T-n-
L. C ATKINSON.
Secretary pro tern.
come to unnd. There were upward of
seven hundred compatriots and guests
present, representing every part c.f
.he United States. Tho speaking wait
of a high order, and the whole pro
seeding were pervaded by Intense pa
triotic uuu fraternal feeling. 1 no great
est enthusiasm was called forth by
he ringing speech uf President Roose
velt, especially by his statement that
'this Republic has raised Its flag In
(he Islands of the Eastern Seas, and
it will stay there," and by his appeal
o the Bons of tile patriots of the Rev
olution to stand by that ling to the
Eloquent speeches were also made
0) Senator Lodge, by the retiring pres
ident, Mr. Walter Scth Logan, and by
Mr. Edwin Warfleld of Maryland, the
newly elected president general.
A resolution was passed by a unnnl-
nous vote that a committee of five be
appointed by the president general to
Jevlse methods and means for In
strtictlng our alien Immigrants In
.mcrlran principles. Also by a close
vote, the constitution wns so changed
as to allow of the re-election of a pres
ident at the close of one term of office
Mr. Logan exhorted the society to re
member that "It was the red blood of
ichlevenicnt and not tho blue b'ood of
ancestry that accomplished things,"
An Infusion of fresh new blood
would strengthen out society, and
there are certainly many persons In
thlK Territory who are eligible, but
have not yet applied for membership.
I would suggest that special efforts
should be made to Interest them In tho
objects of our society and that circu
lars be sent out from time to time, con
taining news of special Interest to
members of the Boclety.
W. D ALEXANDER.
The election of officers for the en
suing year resulted as follows: F S.
Dodgo, president ; F. J. Lowrle, vlco
president; W. O. Atwntcr, secretary;
W. J. Forbes, treasurer; Prof. W. D.
Alexander, registrar; A. F. Judd, W.
C Parke nnd C. M. Cooue, board of ill
Present at tho meeting were tho fol
lowing F S. Dodge. Col. W. F. Allen,
Prof. W. I), Alexander, W. O. Atwntcr.
G. P. Wilder, C. M. Cooke, F. J. Low
rle Geo. R Carter W. C Parke, W. J.
Forbes. Piof C. J Lyons. Tir. J. S. B.
Pratt and H I! Penhallow.
uii tit it .
port this morning nnd the, wnterfiont
era ore looking tor still more of tho
windjammers now uuciu (urn up soon Hpalci, Tem!ers y,m ))C rPf.cVed by
so that quite a bit of business Is ex- th superintendent of Public Works
peciru io uc iiu.us u ."- num. i tintlt 12 m of Friday June 27th. 1902.
This morning tne I eariebs nan morn f, -,...(,, c.inn r." nt KWnin
business than she could attend to at'nrninn
jne time, there being no less than foar planB Bn(, Bp,cincatlons on file In
vessels on xne naruor, anu me i4 on-ro of Superintendent
lieu guc ll ciiituie ui u iu.
First ol all, the American schooner
George C. Perkins came In after a trip
of twenty-three days from Eureka.
She had light southerly winds during
the whole vojage. SHc was docked at
Naval wharf No. 2, where she will ills-
charge her cargo, consisting of 400,000
feet of lumber consigned to Lew era i
The big British slip Yola came In
pext and was moored at the Irmgard
wharf. She was followed by tha
American bark Albert, Captain Turno,
which returns Horn l.asan Island,
with about KToO tons of guano tar
For a Short Season Only
First Glass Vaudeville
OK FRIDAY, JUKE 20th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, G5 Queen Btreet, I
will sell at Public Auction, nousenoia
furnlturo consisting of
Beds, springs, mattresses,
Bureaus, washstands, piano,
Extension tables, wardrobes,
wood stoves, largo Ice box, i
Agateware, pictures, mirrors,
Crcpo paper, undergarments,
Shirts, rugs, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OH FRIDAY, JUKE 201b,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a largo
quantity of Hawaiian Rico; also
Canned Pears, Poaches, Apricots,
Grapes, Pineapples, Salmon, Sardines,
Oysters, Preserves, Jam, Worcester
shire Sauce, Starch, Laundry Soap,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
hills. JAMES H. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
President Jordan through hero In the
Sierra yesterday and was greeted by n
number of friends he had met here on
his last visit as well as by a number
of Stanford students who reside In tho
city He was Joined here by Professors
Allurdlce nnd Kellogg of Stanford,
who will accompany President Jordun
on his trip through Samoa.
WD TRANSIT Hi
The Rapid Transit Co received news
by the Sierra yesterday that bonds to
the amount of (315,000, constituting
tho money neetary for present build
ing needs, had all been placed bo that
(here remain no obstacles In the way of
The Rapid Transit Co has also tho
good news to offer that It has authoriz
ed tho further extension of tbe King
street line to McCiilly street, a distance
of about a half mile from the Walklkl
All creditors of Mary MacPherson,
deceased, are hereby notified to pre
sent their claims duly authenticated,
and with the proper vouchers. If any
exist, even It the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to me at
my residence, DELMONICO HOTEL.
on Tlornt'inl'i otrnar nnnr T.Virt atraat
. ... . . .. . . . . . 1 " "-"- - -"- v .. v..v uwvvvi
me Aiuen macie me inp in eleven next t0 Flre station. In Honolulu. 1st
days, meeting rather rough weather. ' an,i 0f oihu. Territory of Hawaii.
No damage was done. She Is now ly- wt,n six MONTHS from the date of
tag nt the railroad wharf, where Bho tnls notlce if guch Cams be not pre-
will discharge. Uented within six months from tho
The American brig Geneva. Captain ' ,!... . this notice thev shall he for.
. .... .... . . ,-i --. .- . ---. -
Aas, was suit ouiBiue ai i p in. am rlcr barred
Is sixty-nine nays out from ."eucastlo
with a cargo of coal.
Clever Performances on the HlBh Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comic Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COQILL and MAIE ARLEA
"The Booking Agent"
Inimitable Songs, Dances and Burlesque.
Character Comedian and Hungarian
LENA HARVEY '
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.
Jas. F. Morgan,
u. o. Nip (II
Thursday, June 26, 1902
I In celebration ot "CORONATION
ljay ' mem win nn npin nn thi hs.
Dated at Honolulu aforesaid. JUNE DAY. tho 2Cth Inst
10th, 1902 I
J H MACPHERSON, At 9:15 n. m In St. Andrew's Catho
Executor of th Estate of Mary Mac- lral- n Special Service, which will In
Pherson Deceased I elude a part of tho Historic Coronation
J T D ilnlt. Attnrnnv fnr r.verulnr. Sen Ico.
OH SATURDAY, JONE 21st
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom. 05 Queen street. I
will Bell at public Auction a newiy
nalnted Phaeton with new rubber tires
and In good condition.
And a saddle horse with saddle and
JAS. F. MORGAN,
2177 June 19. 20. July 3. 10.
IN EQUITY SUIT
(Continued from nage 1.)
Agent C. Percy Morse, of the Hawn-I
llun-Amerlcnn Steamship Co., has re-' NAMES ARE MIXED
lvmvu iivno iiuiu iuc cuaei iliac tun
company's new Ucauur Nvvadan.
which Is at present on her way to San
Francisco from New York, will leave
San Francisco for this port on or about
The Nevadan Is expected to urrlve in
San Francisco on about June 20, when
sho will Immediately pioceed to take
on board cargo for Honolulu. This
steamer will be put on the tegular run
between San Francisco and Honolulu,
taking the place of the II jades which
was under tbe charter of the company.
States Supreme Court decision that not
At 2 p. in. there will be a GARDEN
PARTY nnd CRICKET MATCH on tho
grounds of the OAHU COLLEGE, of
which the Trustees havo kindly allow
ed the use.
At 9 p. m. there will bo a SUBSCRIP.
TION BALL nt tho MOANA HOTEL.
On SATURDAY, JONE 21,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, t
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr. II. T. MARSH, Trustee in ro A.
E. Nichols, bankrupt,
Two cows, two calves, l
Ono buggy and harness,
Ono brusu and curry comb,
Ono feed cutter,
Ono golfing outfit, ono seesaw.
An order on tho Wahlana Sugar Co ,
Ltd., for 750 shares ot its capital stock
par valuo $100 per sharo, or 175,000.
Equity In Manhattan Llfo Insurance
Co.'s policy No. 115,028 on tho llfo nl
Albert E. Nichols, faco (death) valua
of policy $20,000.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Tickets for the ball, price $2 each,
IKE EXECUTIVE Hi
Superintendent of Public Works J.
H. Boyd submitted a statement of pro
posed land exchanges for widening the
Walklkl road to the executive council
this morning. The deals were approved
but could not be given out ns yet for
Commissioner of Public Lnnds E. R
Boyd submitted an application of Palm
er Woods for lease to assign by mort
gage to the Bfshop Museum Trust tho
lease of Kohala-plut.
Matt MeCann was granted a renewal
of his liquor license at Lahalna.
10 TEST (METERS
On Saturday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock llieie will be a cricket match
on the Maklkl grounds which will tako
on the nature of a teat, as tho teams
which arc to play In the big Corona
tion Day game will be picked from the
men playing on Saturday.
Captain C. Percy Morse and Vice
Captain Ileardinore 'will pick their
teams on Saturday, when extended
teams will be played In order to allow
a good pick for the Coronation Day
All cricketers, non-members as well
as members ot the Cricket Club, arn
asked to turn out on Saturday.
lirALANI'S NBW SHELL.
merely exempted but prohibited the may bo had of any of the members of
Collector of Internal Revenue from tho Ball Committee.
producing his records of other matters'
ps well as taxation In couit without1 CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEES:
consent of the Secretary of the Treas- f-inance Mr. W. M. Glffard
my or the head of the Bureau. Cathedral Service.... Mr. T. C. Davlea
Accordingly, ho said that counsel for Cricket Match, etc,
turn ot King street which it was ov-
asked him to suppose bis return did not pected would be the terminus.
An Important meeting nf the third
precinct club of the fourth district will
be held this evening ut the Water
Works building on Nuanu street near
the terrqluus ot the tram line. Sec no
tlco on page 8.
A benefit concert will be given by the
Kamehameha Glee Club for tho David
Kancwanul fund In Kawalahao church
on Friday, Juno 20, at 8 p. m. TicketB,
fifty tents. A flno program has been
By the Sierra arrived yesterday from
San Francisco the Healanls received
their new English Bhcll which was
transhipped In San Francisco from the
Anierlenn-Hawallan steamer to the
Tho now shell was taken to (be club
houBo soon after the steamer arrived
and was Inspected by tho membcis who
felt very much pleased with tho appear
ance of the bont. It Is nearly tho same
In detail as the Boston boat imported
last year Instead of the regulation
oar locks on the outrigger pins are
used. The boat was built by Rough ot
Oxford nnd the oars, of which there are
two BetB, wero built by Ayllng & Sons
the defendant could not do otherwise,
than assent to the advising of Mr.
Chamberlain not to give the particular
Tho court announced that Its ruling
was In accordance with the decision
quoted Judge Humphrejs Btnted that
some time ago Mr. Dunne, while act
ing District Attorney, showed him the
decision of tho Teleral Supremo Court,
bo that nhen the point was raised his
mind had been already made up. Ha
excused Mr Chamberlain. I
Chung Ylk was called and testified
that the name given was his "style."
Yes, hn had another name, which was
Chung Yee but made tho change of
cognomen two or three years ago.
Why? Because Chung Yee was the
name belonging to him as a boy. He
changed it because he got married. Ills
marriage took place about five yeais
ago, he stated In answer to a following
question That there was any differ
ence. In point of fact between "two i"
three" years and "five" years did not
teem to bother the witness. He would
appear to lark only polish for being an
The) case may hav e more widespread
results than Its Intitnslc merits pro
duce. If there should Le fraud deter
mined In tbe lease under dispute, tho
possibility U that a similar cloud ot
title might develop In neighboring
leaseholds to that before the court
Messrs McChesney and Ortsuold who
conveyed a hatch of leaseholds to tho
Walklkl Land and Loan Association,
which Is a party defendant to this suit,
are watching the proceedings with
....Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Ball Mr. D7W. Anderson
W. C. 8INGLEIIUR8T,
Honolulu, Juno lfith, 1902,
F, E, KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Berotanla St.
near Pllkoi. Rent $30.
COTTAGE with barn at the Beach
Good bathing. Rent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottago Grove.
LOTS at tho Beach; 18 years to run.
Good bathing. $75 to $100 per
COTTAGB GROVE, KING STREET
Hassan Pasha has tho reputation ol
being tho richest man and tho most
corrupt man In tho Turkish Govern
ment. Ho Is supposed to bo worth
$ lO.riOO.TjOO or $30,000,000, all of which
bo has acqulied while In the service
of tho Government. Ho has great In
fltience with the Sultan, The Iatt!
considers him one of his most loyal
and efficient officers and trusts 'him
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr. Daniel Logan, Trustee for tho Aus
tin Publlslling Co., Ltd., a bankrupt,
tha entiro plant of the Austin Publish
ing Co. Tho stock consists of paper,
a very largo and splendid stock ot Job
typo; sufficient body typo for two
largo weekly newspapers, nlso a large
stock of artistic and up to-date type,
some of which has hardly seen Ink.
Also all tho presses, tools, Instru
ments, Bhaftlng, puiloys, belting, ottlco
desks, etc., etc.
Tho salo will also carry with It tho
name and good will of tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific."
In caso of tho non disposal ot the
stocK as a whole, tho salo will be
transferred to tho promises of tho
Austin Publishing Co., and will bo held
011 tho Bamo day,
Jas. F. Morgan,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HJiUSE FOR RENT .
I havo for salo tho absolutely com
plete furnishings of a 5 room hand
somely furnished cottago, and cottago
for rent. Centrally located, with reas
onable rent; electric lights, mosquito
JAS. F MORGAN.
I' .. , 65 QUEEN STRELiT.
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