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EVENING nrU.KTIN'. HOXOLrLl. II T , MONDAY JUNi: 2.1, 1902
M ,''. i
la the amount of our Importation
SEASON OPENS JULY 1st
Good ammunition Is o.ie of the chief requ. sites to good hunt
InR nml ourB In the best, "iho cartridges have- been loaded es
peclall) tot us and In the hands of good hunters ft 111 make ex
New stock of PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS and
guns for rent.
E. O. Hall
H IfflilffllK m HUD
LA1IA1NA CATHOLIC ,
Music Was Well Rendered and Plays
Well Presented Laree t
Crowd in Atten
dance. Lihnlnn, June 14. The entertain
nicnt given I' the pupils of the Cath
olic school nt l.ahalua, Thurp3a Hf
nlng last, was n brilliant success The
doors opened at .,3.. ,. m and when
"S "" " il. "i C'
,"'"-' ,uu ""- """ -
,db) the applause, of n full house.
11 the time the s.ond song Mala
mil." was oer. standing room was at
a pivmluiii and mnn) llstenicl to the,
meet imlod without being able to
g.t a glimpse or the singers
"The Troubles of I.lttle Folks" a
dialogue In which nine characters
c-re- Intioduced. created considerable
amusement anions the elder poitlon of
the audience by tin comic Interpretn ,
lions the little ones gave to ever) da)
The (Jolden Shore" a duet was
tnuchlngly tendered by Miss M I'aona
and A. humming,
'MoonbeaniB Streaming." a chorus.
was next on the program, and recelv
ed well merited applause Then cam
the "Orand IJaliy Show." In which the
junior misses dlsplned their "chli-
dren" (dolls) and committed consider.
able amusement, .ath setting forth
the particular beauties of her ' llttlu
darling," each one claiming the prlzu
and each one expressing indignation
when the) did not get It.
"Elelle," a Hawaiian song, was
ir well tendered, cuuslng consider
-me l rog bons or tna primary
rlasi. contained a lot of croaking and an unusual one and I know of no
produced a good deal of mirth among other Judge Estee '
tho )oungsters , The Judge also mentioned that there
Tho uctlon song entitled "Theen were residents of Hawaii who had
fhlnnmen." was one of the features of lslted himself and Mrs Estee nt his
the eenlng and the dusk) lads with innch In California when he was In
their broken dialect, seemed for all politics and doing considerable enter
the world like so man) upstntts Wining No churges whateer were
'Sweet nirdli." a soft caiol was made against me In an) political cam
well fitted to the )oung and melodious palgn said Judge Estee
mice of the primary pupils "
"The Enchanted Apple." an operet
ta In three acts, was the last but by
no means the least of the piogram in
fact, It was the feature of the evening,
and caKed for a good deal of real his
trionic talent Miss Maltha Moses il
Judith, Miss Mary Kauhuno as Mother
and Kalrj Miss Mary Knahauul at
Nurse, and Miss Carrie Freltas as Ilet
s). desene special mention for their
kplendld acting and perfect articula
tion. -,. . . . . ...
Gold medals were awarded to Miss
Mary Kaahanul, and Master John
terra for general good conduit dun
tug the year.
Uofore closing tnc entertainment.
Rev. Kather Jullen mado a compllmen-
tary speech (o Uio pupils and to their
teachers. Misses Helen and Eucy
Moses, for their hard efforts during
the year; he also thanked the parunti
and friends for their kind attendance,
and hearty approbation.
The stage has been tefltted, and -
new scenes painted, and Wm. Kaae,
the artist, desenes special mention
or his painting of Diamond Head in
tho drop curtain.
Following was the program gl en:
1. Welcome, Kind Friends. Chorus
I. Malannl Ann ka Mnkanl (Ha-
wallan song) Primary
3 The Troubles of tho Little Folks
(dialogue, .. .Nine Characters
4. The Golden Shore (duet, Miss
M, Paona and Miss A. LulTisung
5. Moonbeams Streaming . . .Chorus
c- Trr S3 8h.: .,..!,ay
7. Elelle (Hawallan.Bong, . Chorus
. Tho Frog (song, . . Primary
9. The Ten Cnlnamen . Action Song
10. Pete and the Peddler (dialogue) i
11. Sweet Utrdlo (song) Prlmaiy
12. The Enchanted Apple (operetta
In three acts) .... ...
13 Hawaii Ponol and the Star Span
Hhlp TrtiHt AlnnmH Frnncc.
ParlB, Juno 12 M. Etlennc. vice was has confused tho supporteis oi
tu evident of the Chamber of Deputies. e I'anama project, and ho Is confident
was Interviewed today regarding his he will win the fight,
letter sent Tuesda) to the Minister ol The vote comes on Thursday. All In-
Commerce, M Troulllot on the subject dkatlons now are that It will he close,
of the American shipping combination " "
He said the combination constituted a Guayaquil June 12 Violent earth-
national peril for France, adding that quakes have been felt during the last
a slmllnr combination might he form- fortnight at Ultan, a town ueai tho Co
, ed for the Mediterranean. i lomblan fiontler.
to mpplv -p rtsnic-n for
& Son, Ltd
and Fort 8t.
HAS BEEN MARRIED
NEARLY FORTY YEARS
Yet the Examiner Represents Him
as Divorced ien rears A?o Dy
a Woman Found Dead in
On the Cm page of the S.in rran
Cisco Examlnei of June 16 under a
Hush head appears a special telegrani
from New York which lontalns an au-
.In. I-.,. Ittitl ... ..in tViA llr.n Mnrrta M
l,. Cent of ,h. Te.rl.or) of Hawaii
,,, Mns ,hftt Mrs Sari,, i:tCe win
I (ouml (he ,,. ,, , ,,
,oomn UrooKJn ... lld Mcnt.
,h ,. ,,, hndmr ,P1, ,,,
nKO ,JCe)1 ,mor(.a lrom ,tr husband
il(, Rone homc ,0 her mothcr u Ten.
n,c, Tlt. Zander Is made eplklt b
naming the Judj.e and his position here
,, mentioning -that his wife's
rharg's figured against him when ho
ran foi Governor In 1S9I."
Judge Estee- this morning dlctnted
the following statement to n llulletln
M hove seen the article referred to
In the Examiner of the 1Mb Inst It Is
jwholl) untrue and absurd on Its fate.
I Hed In California since 1 wns IS
i-r old. In fact until I came tu the
Inlands I was married there In 18CJ
to my present wife who was the daugh-
,r of Judge DUIne of Ran Jose and
.'10 Is n0ft 'lh ,?? In.th?. " an,1
Thore ar' ieP,e .1UlnK ln California
who were pretent at my wedding
among whom Is ex-Chief Justice of the
California Supreme Ilench. A. L.
Dhoiles My daughter. Mrs. Charles
J. During the onl child K"lng. Is ut
present In San I'randsco.
"I think this must be, either n prac
tlial Joke, and If so It Is In er poor
tnslP, , h0mo mistake The name Is
I'awtucket. It I June 12- llnjonets
In the hands of soldiers ordered out by
the (Ioernor of the State to suppress
riotous disturbances glistened In the
( streets of Pawtucket today The as-
t n I tli I ti tf Inrrcnis In tlio nnmlinf r
iViil IC II itlb IHll'HOU 111 tilt II II 111 UVI
IawMM1 atts ulrw.tw, agalnf,t llle ,,.
eU Truttlon Compan whose union
,non ljale been on strike sinco June 2
nnd tnc DahilIt of the limited police
f0Ire and deputj sheriffs to suppress
timing Induced Goernor Kimball to
cull out the militia.
.Numerous stents of disorder cucur-
red dining the da) and more tliun a
score of people weie Injured, one fatal-
ly. In the presence of about 1000 per-
sons und the militia this eenlng Ad-
Jutant General Sackett lead the l lot
act The city wns taken possession ol
by the militia, A proWslonal regiment
ws formed, composed of companies
from the First and Second regiments,
wl' ,hp F't Battalion of Caalry.
nbo regiment responded to an cmer-
Scnc' caU promulgated by Governor
Klmu''11 ' Urlgadler General Herbert
s; Tanner a68,111"'1 command. In the
"""".n.,.,ri,..T...W.!r! . ""S.Af
out the third division of the Naval He-
seives und the machine gun batter),
Banna and Pratt
on the Canal Bill
Washington, June 15 Senator Piatt
of New Yoik has come forward as a
leader of the Republican side for the
Nicaragua canal bill Thus he and
Senator Hanna are once more pitted
against each other, this time In one of
the greatest contests that has taken
place Iu the Senate in recent )e.iis
Piatt's activity ln a dozen different,
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
loo to can) anillepoer Thin
is the but lnmp on the market
Mnnufarttireil Ij The Standard
Gas Lamp Company.
Atphaltum, Grades C I), and
natural In lots to suit
. Asphaltum Coating.
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
ARR1YED FROM AND
v SAILED FOR HAWAII
Numerous Ve'sels Reach Coast From
HonoluluBark fiille Has Left
Hamburg For This
The tiansport Meade was scheduled
to sail ficrm San Fianclsco at noon o'l
the Ktli instant Tor Manila, by wn)
or Nagasaki The troopship will not
call at Honolulu either going or le
mming The l'n Ilk Mall Steamship Corapa
n) s new boat, Koiea, hits been llnall)
ncccptcd b) the tompan) and Is ex
pected to make an early start fiom
Nuwpoit News loi San Francisco, iu
order to take her pVee on the Hong
Uong louto earlj In August
The schoouei Hcletie sailed from
San Fianclsco foi Honolulu on the
l.'lli tnstnut The mlsslonar) sehoon
er Cattle anil Annie sailed on thu
same da) for the Gilbert Islands
The steamer Eureka or the Globn
Navigation Company sailed from Eu
rika on the ISth instant for San
Thu schooner Ariel arilccd at Asto
ria from Honolulu on the 14th Instant
The schooner Utella I'ederson ar
rived from Honolulu at Port Town
send on the Hthjnstum. The schoon
er uoueri Lowers, alio from iionoiuiu
for Port Gamble, anVted at Port
Townund the same day.
At Neah Uuy the lirltleb bark lan
hoe passed In on the 14th Instant from
The German burl. Rlllle sailed from
Hamburg on the loth Instant for Ho
nolulu. Iho Ilritisb ship Ma) field
sailed on the following day from tho
same port for San Francisco.
A day ahead of time the Gaelic
readied San Francisco on the morn
ing or the 1.1th Instant rrom the Orient
M Jorgenson is the new master Ji
the bark Alexander .McNeill.
The hark C. I). l!r)ant, 24 cla)s rrom
l.alinlna, arrived ut San Francisco on
the 13th instant with 23,582 bags of
The barkcntlne Coronado arrived at
San Francisco from HnnoTnlu on the
J.lth Instant, arter a o)age ol twent)
Tho American Hawaiian ficlght
steamship American sailed lrom San
Fiamlsco on the 12th Instant lor Pu
get Sound, en route to Honolulu and
Tho United States Arm) transport
Warren anlvtd at San Francisco on
the 12th Instant. 29 1-2 da)s from Ma
nila, via Nagasaki, 21 1-2 !as.
The bark Kalulant, Captain Griffith,
18 da)H fiom Honolulu, arrived at San
Francisco on the 12th Instant.
The steamer Enterprise cleared
rrom San Fianclsco for Hllo on the
The gunboat Manila arrived at San
Francisco on the 12th Instant, 49 (lavs
from Manila and 17 da)s from Hono
On June 9th the bark Kalulani sight
ed the baikentlne S G. Wilder. No
position was reported.
The barketitlne Amdla nirlvcd it
Eureka from Honolulu on the 12th
San Francisco, June IS -Twenty
men were enveloped by scald Ing
steam In the engine room of the trans
port Meade at Folsom street wharf
yesterday afternoon, and seven of the
numbci Buffered terrlblo burns. The
engines were being turned over pre
paratory to sailing tomorrow, and with
120 pounds of steam on tho main stop
valve or the main steam pipe blew
out. There was no way of escape)
lrom the hot vapor except up a narrow
stairway, and even aa tTie men wildly
scrambled for lire they inhaled the
deadly fumes. Those nearest the
pipe when It burst were at onco over
come and unable to help themselves.
Only the timely action of First Assist
ant Engineer Morhott In shutting oil
the steam by tho stop cock sav vTi the
helpless men fiom Instant death
DIG MRU IN PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia, Juno 13 Fire toda)
destio)ed the novelt) leather factor) of
m Lotnenbiatt ft Co a four-story
brick structure, nt Second and Oxford
streetB and resulted In severe Injuries
to a dozen persons The John Moffett
School, opposite the leather works, was
damaged three dwelling house h ad
Joining the factory were destroyed and
nine others were slightly dumaged
p m It
n m r m
. I ' I t! o lo
, I IS
riMiiiy , it t tj j
I I I
Wedntidty it a 40 0
05? C if 9 Cf
1 40 9 -
J 4M o
in 8 00110 )
1 00 8 Ji to 6
4 o o; in 9 c6;i n
1 p m i m
1 9 4 34 tt o )4
1 8. j iS ... ho 15
Full moon on the 20th at 3.47 p. m.
Tides from the United Stales toast
and Oeodetlc Surrey Tible.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about au hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclb. time, being
mat of the meridian of 167.3U. The
time whistle ..owsat 1:80 p. m, whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich. O'l 0m,
Weather Bureau. Punahou, June 23
Tcmpei.iture Mornllng minimum,
CS, Mtdila) maximum, 81.
U.iroiucter at 9 u m . 90 Steady,
ltalnfall 0 00.
Dew Point C9P.
Humldlt) at 9 a m. 77 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Juno
53. Watlnr char, wind NE.
Sunduv, lune 22
Stim W. G Hall. S. Thompson,
j turn Kauai purts, with 3lt3 bags nt
Stint lwalanl Gieene fiom Aualiu-
la with JO'"" baj.s ol sugar.
Stun Noeau Moshei. from Hawaii
and .Maul torts with 377 bags of su
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, from Maul
ports with So head of cattle 30 hogi.
IHijU sheets conugated Iron, SJ'J- f('H
of lumber 5S bags of taro, cases of
liquor, rolkl and bhaft, and 142 pack
agi's of sundries.
Stmi Kauai llriihu fiom Kauai,
with 23mi bags of sugar
P M S ft. Peking, Sn'm.i for Yoko
hama. Kobe, Nagasaki Manila und
Hongkong, fiom P M whaif at 5 p m.
Sti James Makee, Tullett. for Knpaa
Anuhola, Kllama, Ku7ni7val and liana'
ici, at p m y
ritr Nllliuu W. Thompson, for Puna'
luii mid Huniiapo, at .', p m.
Str l.duiu, Naop.ila for Kalaupapa.
Wnllu, J'elekuuu and Kulawa, at . p m.
Sihr Malolo, foi Hsnulel end Knlllil
wnl, at o p in
Schr I.ad), for Kbrilau ports
Sti W (5. Hall S Thompon, foi
Kauai potts at 5 p m
Str Klnau Freeman, fo Hllo and
way ports at noon
Str Claudinc Parkei tor Maul potts,
at 5 p m.
Str. Maul, llenuett, for Mahukonn
Papauloa and Laupahodioe, at .' p. m.
PASSKNGEIIS AltIU ED.
From Hawaii and Maul ports, pet
stmr. Noeau, June 22 J Sllva, J. VI
i rra I.. I.angham and Mr. Eunls.
From Kauai, per stmr. Kauat, Juns
2.. T V Sanborn.
From San Francisco, per P M. S. S.
Peking June 23 Honolulu Miss I.'i
tie Uaker. Miss I V. Copeiund, Mlsi
Inez Mmrls Miss M M. Campbell. A.
W .Eckmun, Mr und Mrs. C. P Koss,
J. II. Mc-)er. Mr. and Mrs F. W. Ev-
crton unel child Yokohama-Prof, G
Tsulial Mrs It II WarfkM. Captain
R. E Warfielil, -Miss M. Veallanes.
Manila It ppleton, E W Suchet
J. P Hellbrou A Mllmow. -Hong
kong D, J Hauptman, Miss Isabel
Vernon W. G. Kost, Miss F. I. Ver
non Miss Leslie Smith.
From Maul ports, per stmr Maul,
June 2.' J A. Merrick, TI A. Mer
rick, Miss M Pllkol. A. T It Jack
son E Goldbeig, S X. Palmer, II
Howell C Luke J H S Kaleo. Miss
ft Paine Mrs Keanu, Easier Keanu,
Miss Musser, Miss X D. Slmmonds,
C II Smith Mis W O. SmTlii W
F. Reavls, E. 11 Caileton. (1. Alice,
M McCnnn anil 11 ft) -one deck.
From Knual ports per stmr. W. O.
Hall, June 22 A. S Wilcox und
wire. G. N Wilcox, W. Wolters. O
B. Curtis, Mrs. J. K. HJorth, Miss
Mumrord Mrs. A J French, Miss
B Wlrkbe Mrs Josluoka. Rev. A. M.
.Mitchell. G II. Bergstrom. E. Hutch
Inson H. A. HaiTicy, W. Berlowlt. II
linger and thirt) members ol the I In
wallan Hand. Lon Agnew, K. Kohashl.
See Yen, Kewaha, and lift) two deck.
Seerctar) II C. Brown of the Y M
C. A has received news from the
ph)slcul Instructor, Fred. Young, who
is personal!) conducting a party ot as
soelatlon members to the Volcano.
The note wns dated Weduesda) ot
lafct week when the part) was In Hllo
Young writes that a fine trip was en
Ju)cd Iu the Klnau. The party expect
ed to unit for the Volcano on the foi
lowing da) at 3.3(1 p. tn. Thty will gc
on tho railway as tar as it goes and
will tramp the rest ot the way on foot
Mr. Young expecte-3 that they would
be able to reach their destination at
ti or in In the evening. After Btnyln
for a day or two nt tb'o Volcano, tlm
touilsts will tramp down to tho Kau
coast where they will take the Mauna
Loa for this rlty.
On Frlda) evening there was a rcgl
mental muster, inspection and revlevt
of the First Regiment, N. G. II. Lieut.
Col McCarthy brought the regiment
out and Adjutant General Soper and
Col Jones conduc(cd the Inspectloo
Walter B Mating has been appointed
agent of the Pacific Surety Co to do
cept 6c"Vlce of process In this Terri
tory. Cardinal Vaughan, Archbishop oi
Westminster, who recently celebrated
his 70th birthday In London, lias roada
two visits to thu United States, In 18C1
Great American Sale
IN HONOR OF
JULY 4th, 1902
FOR SIX DAYS BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 23, AND ENDING
SATURDAY, JtTNE 28,
we shnll offer ten thousand )arJs of choice Washable Dress Goods,
American male for American trade, at reductions averaging about
CO per tent tt Is our Intention that this "American Sale" shall take
front rank among our famous special sales. We have male prices ac
cordingly Among the goods offered are.
13c Blondln Datlstes for 5c Yd
, 13c Empire Foulards for.... 8 1-3e Yd
15c Havevllle Batistes for. . ..10c Yd
20c Fancy American Swlsse for
25c Mognon Foulards for 15c Yd
23c Pongee Foulards for 15c Vd
25e Ondallne Erodes for 15c Yd
23c English Style Madras for.. 15c Yd
53c Silk Stripe Soft Mull tor
E3c Embroidered Etamlnes for
. 25c Yd
63c Superflns Plummets for.. 25c Yd
Bear In mind the dates June 23 to
For Wnnt Column See Page Six
two or three
ot unfurnished, I
Address P O.
.1. P. Rodrlguei gives notice that ho
will have lui office reopened for ITiist-
ness at the old location corner Fort
nnd Que"!! streets on or about July 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit Terrltor) of Hawaii At j
Chainbera in Probate In the Mntter
of the EHtatc of "vVIUIam Wilder.!
lnti. tif Item dnlii flihii elorensoil. Or
dor of Nettle of Hearing Petition for
Allowance o' Ftmi Accounts Dlstrlbu-
Hon and Dlvharge On reading and
filing the petition of the Executrix of
the will of slid deceased, wherein she
asks thit a ftnir order may be made
or distribution ot the property remain
ing in her 3and? to Die persons there
to entitled and discharging her from
all further responsibility as such Ex-
ccutiix, it It ordered that Monday, the
4th da) of Aua.U3t. A D. 1902, at ten
o'clock a m at tho court room of the
said court at Honolulu tslaud of Oa
If u, be and the iiar.ie hereb) Is appoint
ed nH tho time and place for hearing
said petltlor ami that all persons In
terested ma) thu and there appear
and show cau If any they have, why
the sanio should not be granted and
may pros -nt evidence as to who aro
entitled to th slid property
Honolulu Tune 23 1902
By tho Court
2IS0 June 21 3D Jul) 7 TV
GENERAL WOOD TALKS
Boston Jun 13 Durlnj his visit
to this city t iday General Leonard
Wood, formei Governor General ot Cu-
l.n nv.......t i.i.-.ir , -i-
..a, ,-a,,.-.u u.ui-u u iiHceriu.il
terms regarding the alleged Inegular -
tty in tin- expenditure of Cuban Gov
ernment funds In the Interest of reci
procity. (Jeneial Wood said: "There
Is nothing lu connection with my ad
ministration of Cuban affairs that I
wish to cover up Talk of Investiga
tion Is welcome tu me. Every expen
ditiiio that was made was free and
above benrd I was acting as a trus
tee for Cuba t simply used Mr. Tbur
ber's mailing list as the best means of
distributing the literature on reclproc
Ity, and this was well known before
tho examination of ftr. Thurber by
tho Senato subcommittee. In my
opinion the opposition to the tariff
reciprocity with Cuba has proceeded
upon lines of misapprehension. I took
It upon myself to place tho factB he
roro tho pooplo of the United States
ns I saw them. What t did I consld
ered best for the Industrial salvation
of tho Island.
"Tho reason I took up with Mr.
Thurber was because he represented
80,000" thinking people In this country
My position was identical with that of
the trustee) ot an estate who finds It
Incumbent upon himseif to refuto un
Just claims upon tho estate upon
which ho la called to administer. Any
man would be falso to bis trust who
did not tell alt In his power to contest
such claims and that Is all I did."
Girl Shoot Her Father.
Phoenix, Ariz June 12 Fa)ette
lanowny, a?ed 57 )eais was shot and
killed Instnatiy in Douglas Sunday
morning about 5 o clock by his daugh
tei, Ida, aged 18 )ears Tho glil ba)n
sho shot him with a revolvei In defense
of her honor The bullet enteied th
man's fuce, loilging In his btuln
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
MARSH, LTD. g
Tor a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
A Gomplete Change
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In SerloComlc Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeie.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
THE WARSAW BROS.,
In their Musical Come-dy Act, Play-
I Ing 22 Different Instruments.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
Box office open at 9 a. m.
Thursday, June 26, 1902
In celebration of "CORONATION
DAY" there will be held on THUR3
DAY, tho 26th Inst.:
At 9 13 a. m , In St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, a Special Service, which will In
clude a part ot the Historic Coronation
At 2 p. m. there will he a GARDEN
PARTY and CRICKET MATCH on the
.nl. n.ta nt 1. ft,Utl -M , HtSW -
'fi"iuo u. ent- vnn u uuicuc, Ul
whlcl, the Tru8tees nino Mnjj allow,
.ed the use.
At 9 p. m. there will be a SUDSCRIP
TION BALL nt tho MOANA HOTEL,
Tickets for the ball, prlco $2 each,
may be had of an) of tho members ot
the Ball Committee, or at E. W. Jor
dan's, Fort Street.
Special Tramway Service for Evening
of Thursday, June 26th.
A special through car will leave tho
Hawaiian Trnmwa)s Co.'s Terminus
on Nuuanu avenue at 8 o'clock p. tn
Ordinary cars leaving there aro ten
and thirty minutes past each hour will
connect with King street cars at the
corner oC King and Nuuanu streets.
A special return car will leave tho
Moana Hotel every halt hour from 12
midnight until 2 a. m Tho 12 nnd 1
o'clock cars vvtll go through to Nuu
anu avenue nnd the 12:30, 1:30 and 2
o'clock to town only.
Parties ot 12 to 10 can obtain 'bmses
tn ami from the Moana Hotel by np
pl)lng to the Hawaiian Tramways Co.
fare 23c each way.
CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEE8:
Finance Mr. W. M. Glffard
Cathedral Service.... Mr. T. C. Davles
Cricket Match, etc
Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Ball Mr. D. W. Anderson
W. G. SINGLEHURST,
Honolulu, Juno lfltli. 1902.
Traveling has embarrassing featuros
for King Oscar of Norway. When ho
nrrlveel at Dluala, France, he had trou
ble In getting a place to stay Thu
King Is a man of largo stature and lor
some hours was nimble to find a bed
that would accommodate him Finally
the piopnetor of a hotel solved tho
problem by Joining beds sldewa)8 till
the lequlied length was secured.
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 24tti
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho residence of MR. J. H. KAHU,
208 School Btrcet, next to the bridge, I
will sell at Public Auction the cntlro
household furniture, consisting ot
Bedroom sets, wardrobes,
Center table's, rockers, chairs,
Square piano, sideboard, pictures,
Mirrors, curtains, rogs, portieres,
Hanging lamps, wood stdvc,
OH stove, meat safe, ice box.
Ferns and plants and a few chick
cnB. Jas. F. Morgan,
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 26th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho rcstdenco of Mrs. Agnes Mctn
t)re, Keeniimoku street, corner ot
Young Btreet, In the rcsldcnco former
ly occupied by Mr. J. A. Hasslngcr, I
will sell nt Public Auction the entlra
household effects, consisting of somo
very flno furniture:
Upholstered parlor set.
Largo center rugs, pictures, largo
mirrors, lace curtains, matting.
Handsome Stctnway squaro piano.
Heavy oak (lining chairs.
Handsome heavy oak sideboard,
Oak china cabinet, cutlery,
Handsome black walnut bedroom
sets, black walnut writing desk.
Book case, office desk, book rack,
Sofa, rockers and chairs.
Hair mattresses, wardrobes,
Towel racks, skin rugs.
Hall carpet, letter prcBs, Ice box,
Meat Bate, filter, kitchen utensils.
Jewel stove, water boiler and
FeniB and palms.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, Co Queen street, t
will bcII at Public Auction a very largo
quantity of an nssortcd line of Grocer
ies to close consignment. Goods con
Canned meats, fruits, vegetables,
Jams, Jellies, etc., etc.
Aro absolutely fresh, ln good order,
and will bo sold regardless of cost,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom', 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. Daniel Logan, Trustco for tho Aus
tin Publishing Co, Ltd., n bankrupt,
the entire plant ot the Austin Publish
Ing Co. Tho stock consists of paper,
a very largo and splendid stock ot Job
typo; Biirriclent body type lor two
largo weekly nowspapers. aIso a large
stock of artistic and upto-dato type,
some of which has hardly seen Ink.
Also all tho presses, tools, instru
ments, shafting, pulleys, belting, office)
desks, etc., etc.
Tho salo will nlso carry with it tho
name and good will ot tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific."
In caso of tho non disposal of tho
BtocK as a whole, tho Bale will be
transferred to tho premises of the
Austin Publishing Co., and will be held
on tho same day,
Jas. F. Morgan,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR RENi
I havo for salo the absolutely com
plete furnishings ot a 5 room hand
somely furnished cottago, and cottage
for rent. Centrally located, with reas
onable rent; electric lights, mosquito
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 QUEEN 8TREET.