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EVENING BUU.ET.X nONOU'T.V. H. T. TUESDAY. JUNE 24,1002.
Is tho amount o( our Importation to supply spoilsmen for tlio
SEASON OPENS JULY 1st
Good ammunition Is one of the chief requisites to good hunt
ing and ours Is the hest. "i he cartridges hae been loaded es
pecially for us and In tho hands of good hunters will malic ex
New stock of PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS and
guns for rent.
E. O. Hall
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr and Mrs T O Thrum and ram
Jly wish to express th.lr giatltude for
the loeltig mpiith evtended thum In
their late berinenient 21K1U
MONEY LOANUU. j
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Qldg., Merchant 6. Alakea Sts.
Office hours 'J u in t P "i
Tho Ann heretofore existing undr
tbe firm name ot 1'nrd) A. Smith. doing
a lMInt Business known ns the EurvKo
and Impiowd Ktircka l'alnt, tins been
this day dissolved by mutual lonselit.
!. V. Smith taking oer tho business
and assuming nil obligations of the
CKOitflK WASHINGTON SMITH
Honolulu .Tune ii. 1jw2. 2181-'Jt
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the matter of )
Bailey's Honolulu Cy-)
cJery Company, Limit-) In Bankruptcy
ed. a Hawaiian Corpor-)
atlon, Bankrupt. )
To thu rrdltor of ltalley'a Honolulu
Cyclery Company, Llmltc-eL of Ho-
uiilulu. Iti too Island of Oahii, anil
Territory of Hawaii, a bankrupt
Notlctt Is hereby glTen ttutt on the
Md itny of June, JL 1). 1902, the said
JlttJIey's Honolulu Cyclery Company,
IJmlti-d. viai July adjudged bankrupt,
nd that tbe flrt meeting of the credit
ors will bo held at 33a 8. Klnc stroeL
Munnliilii on tbe iifll djy of July, A,
1). i'JK at V o'clock In tbe forenoon, at
-fthkli tlm tbe iMld ire<ora may at
tend prove their claims, appoint u
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
trancart bitch other business as may
properly ioiuo befuiv said meeting
VM. S KLE1TINO,
RefvTw lu llankruptcy
Honolulu June 24th, 1W12
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of )
Chan Chock Chee.et al.)
under the firm name) In Bankruptcy,
of Kwong Hip Chong)
To the creditors of Kwong Hip Choug
of Honolulu, lu the Island of Oabu,
ind Territory of Hawaii, a bank
rupt. Notice Is hereby given that on the
23d day of June, A. I). 1902, thu said
Kwong Hip Chong was duly adjudged
bankrupt: and that the first meeting
(if tho credltois will be held at 33a S.
Xing stieet, Honolulu, on thu 8tu day
of July, A. D. 1902, at 10 o clock In the
forenoon, at which time the said crej
Itors may attend, prove their claims,
appoint a trustee, examine tho bank
rupt, and transact such other business
as may properly como before said
meeting WM S KI.EMINO,
Iteferee In llankruptcy
Honolulu, June 21th, 1902.
A slight blaze In the warehouse o
the Oceanic Steamship Company about
7 o'clock last evening threatened to do
great damage for a few minutes, but
ended by only burning a few articles
of household furniture and scorching
others. Tho fire was discovered near
(ho office. The watchman, a Custom
House officer and a member of Flow
ers' night patrol were on hand and
an alarm was quickly turned In. The
department responded quickly and soon
extinguished the blaze.
Spontaneous combustion Is given as
the cause of tho fire. Thousands of
dollars' north of sugar and feed weru
in danger until tho firemen arrived.
Professor Low Is Swift, the well I
Inown astronomer, whoso discoveries
number lu comets and 1342 new nebu
lae, a recoid wlilch In tho point of1
number Is said to be mrpassed only I
by Sir Wllllnm Herschcl, has Just
turned his 82d year. Many societies
nt homo and abroad have received him
Into honorary membership. Tho host .
part of his work was dono in Rochet
tcr, N. Y.
& Son, Ltd
and Fort St.
There uns ijulte a huge attendance
at the meeting oi the Ml. i limits I'nlr
committee of the Builders and Traders'!
i:clinuge In hcadiiiinilers Elite build-1
lng. at the noon hour today. .1 II C'nt-
ton, icprcsentlng the Men limits Aso
(lallun, was present nt the meeting.
The nutter of o building for the ex
hibits In connection with the fair was
first brought up for disillusion. It was
reported b Mr (.'niton that the build
ing would lime to be approximately
GOxluO. The uiembeis of the exchange
will submit plans and figures to the
committee of the Merchants' Associa
tion. It has been ngreed that the roof of
the building Is to be of galvanized lion
and heay enough to run shafting be
cause the Hxchange intends to tako a
hectlon for the puipose of making
working exhibits. Manage! Hartley
has alread agreed to furnish tbe pow
er to run then working exhibits.
The Hoard of Directors of the Hx
change has appointed the following
committee mi Merchants' l'nlr: .1. II
Craig tchnlrmnn), A. Harrison, (1. !'
IJusli a ml James Nott Jr.
When the Merchants' Association has
decided on what It Intends doing this
committee will go ahead with the nr
raugements for the exhibit and It Is
specially requratid that all the mem
hers who Intend to exhlblL notify tbe
secretary or the committee mtntloned
ue soon us possible.
Applications for membership In the
Exchange are being handed lu regular
ly. It might be mentioned that begin
slug with July 1, the Initiation fee will
bv raised from $5 to $23.
fur months now, the pound of the
sportsman's sbotguu around In the su
burbs lutn liwu silent but tbe time is
fast approaching when tbe riceflelili
and hillsides will again bw ruwundlnt
ou Saturdays and Sundays with loud
The dove ion-eon Is almost keie
July 1 being tbe dnte Sit by the uw for
the (tfosation of the close season.
Tbe hardware stares of tbo city, an
tklpatlng this joyous event, bars
stocked tbe-lr ammunition shelves with
thousands of cartridges, and sports
men ar beginning to brush up their
guns aud fit more closely to tbeli
It might be Just as well to slate that
llcmse fes will be requested of all
those who Intend In do any shooting
and that the license inspector meant
to Veep close "tabs" tin all tbe fellows
In the habit of going out shooting who
have not already pi oc ured licenses.
It will be rrnteiubercd that last Teat
a special officer was sent aronnd as a
spottir." Tbe tame plan will be car
rlcd out this year.
Kor the IntormatloD of those who
have become u little rust) on the dates
between which various game birds
may be shot heie, tho following list is
July 1 to Feb 1 Wild dovo and
Sept. r to .March 1 Quail and plica
Sept. 15 tn Feb. 1 Native wild duck
and Hawaiian goose.
Sept. 15 to May 1 Mlriratory wild
duck, plovei, snipe, turnstone, curlew,
stilt and mud hen.
Anyone shooting any of these birds
out of season may bo fined not less
than $10 nor more than (50.
The Washington Mercantile Pn .. T.trt
whoso whole business was burned out
the other night, has hrnueht suit
against Lam Tol for the lecovery of
1875, alleged to he the balanco due on
goous anil merchandise bold to the de
fendant during tho years 1898 and 1899.
The original amount of tbe bill was
$2658.31 of which, at various times, tho
sum of $912.47 has been paid. It Is fur
ther alleged that, although frequently
appealed to, the defendant him refuse,!
to pay the balance or any part thereof
i ne sun brought by n. T Grady, treas
urer of tho Washington Mercantile Co ,
Another assumpsit suit Is that
brought by C. Sblognna" against tho
Kamalo Sugar Co , Ltd , tho amount
alleged to be due the plaintiff being
$580 on a draft dated April 21, 1900,
unci payable at sight.
Plaintiff states In the complaint that
tho draft was presented to Frank Hus
tace and that he refused to accept or"
pay tho same.
Bulletin. T5e ner month-
New nrrlenls b the S S Sier
ra Sample pages on applica
tion At prices that only we can
TEMPLE EDITION OF
TEMPLE EDITION OF
TEMPLE EDITION OF
beautiful editions of works of
Hugo, Ellott, Scott, Thackeray,
Dyron, Gautler, Tlstot,
Edmund Burke, Irving, Rusktn,
Dumas, Theo. Roosevelt
And books on Natural History
and" Ping Pong.
Wm. C. Lyon,
200 201 Jl'DD UIMMMXCI
ELKS HARD AT WORK
ON THE PRELIMINARIES
Hardest Tussle Will Be Bet ten
A. L. G. Atkinson and G. S.
Holloway Couzens' Good
The ping pong tournament of tho
UlKs continues to bo the nil absorbing
topic among the mcmbeis of the local
heid Just at the present time. So far
there has been some remarkably good
plajln In the preliminary round, and
plnjers who wcio noer Buspected ot
latent ping iwng qualities huto doe el
oped some truly good work.
It seems to be thu general Imnres
sloii among the Kits that the hardest
t'(jle for supremacy will be bctwoen
C. S. Holloway unci A. I.. C Atkinson,
and when this fight takes place there
wlTi be no question whatever that the
hall at the corner of Ueretanla and
Miller streets will be so crowded that
te two pi ayers will harellj buvcrroonj
to grot el on tbn floor.
It has been developed during the re
cent tournament that those members
of the Elks Inclined toward obesity
aj tbe ones who haw usually lomii
out ou top. This inclination on the
part of Messrs Atkinson aud Holloway
Is not a tnattur for discussion.
Sums of the members who were de
teatfld dining Saturday aud Monday
tie complaining about an affection ot
tbe eyes as tbe cause if defeat. There
are otbei complaints such us tbe size
ot thu table, tbe whiteness of the net
and the like.
Two tournaments weie played yes
tulday, tbe result beVg that "Dunie'
Martmau was defeated by A I C At
nnson and Dr. High li Tom Lloyd.
Harry Couzens must bu given a
great deal of the credit for the success
uf the present tournament Thu up
rangements have been cry earefulh
aud will made, and Mr. Couzens is
keeping close wateh of thu ncuies in
order that futuie ycnciatlons mu
read or the gleat achievements of tlicll
Tint lesults ot the tournament so
ar have been ns follows, the first
1iam lu each ease belli gthc winner
F. if. llrooks 11 It. Itite. 4 0, (4-2, c-1.
C. S. Hollowa J. L. Hockwell, C-1,
V. 1. Woodbrldge A. B. Murphy,
A, I.. C. Atkinson "Uunlo" Hart
man, U-l, 6 2.
H. ftoth H. I). Couzens, 0-4 C-4
V It Kivuurdsou A. V. lieur. 9-7.
h. Horner J. II. Haber, 6-0, 0-0.
T. A. Liojd C. It. High til. C4
Al Moore II Qulnn. 6 0, i-i.
C. S. Holloway -F. M. llrooks. 6-3.
H. Roifi F. E. Richardson, t,-0, 0 2.
A. L. C. Atkinson r, i, Woodbrldgo
Tho big match between C S. Hollo-
way and A. L. C. Atkinson will bo
plued at 12 noon tomorrow.
Claire Farrel De Cew and Albeit M.
Webster wore quietly married at noon
yesterday at tnc home of Fred. J.
Cross. Tho ceremony was performed
by Hov. Wm. M. KIncald. The orlda
was uttrrctlvely attired in a gown of
white plna over tafteta silk, with rib
bons and rosebud trimmings. Tho
Cross home was decorated for tho oc
cmjon. a bower of palms making a
pretty setting for the participants, On
ly Immediate friends and relatives
were present Following the usual
congratulations, tho bride and gioom
went to tho Lufktn cottage on Tanta
lus, where tho honeymoon will he en
Joyed Miss Do Cew Is a daughter of
C A Do Cow, and the youngest sister
of Mrs I J. Cross. Mr, Webster Is the
son of Harry Webster of the Hawaiian
Dr Theodoro Kobn. the Prince Dish.
op of Olmutz, Austria, offers his goll
on chariot and eight horses for sale,
lo use tho money for the benefit of tlio
poor. The carriage has been In pos
session of tho Blshopi lc for several
p. n lu
11 jcj I I
10 l 4 OI
It 4S 4 34
Last quartet ot tbe moon 28th at
11 21, a m
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tahles.
Tbe tides at Kabulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
tnat of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, vi 0m.
Weather Hureau. Puliation. June 21-
'Iemperature Morning minimum
71 .Midday maximum, S2.
Hal emitter si ' a m 30.01 Rising.
Rainfall 0 05.
Dew Point CSI.
Humldlt) at 9 a. m. TC per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. June
21. Wcnthr doudy, wind light NI2.
Tuesclaj. June 24,
Ptr Mauna Loa Slmirson, fioni L.i
halnn. Mnalaea. K'ona and Kail polls,
at 5.23 n m . with Hj bags of sugar
1C bags of eofft 17 bags taro, 48 bag
nvva, &7 bundle' bananas, 3") kegs but
ter, 0 bales tobacco, 27. cases fruit, 13
barrels fruit 30 cases honey, 8 barrels
pol. 32 pigs 2 head of cuttle, 4 calves
and 170 packages sundries.
Am schr Philippine, I.aisen, 2S tlii)s
Monday, June 23
P. M. S. S Peking. Smith, for Yoko
haina, Kobe, Nagasaki," Manila and
Hongkong, at 5 p. m
Str. James Makee Tullplt, for Kapsa.
Analiola. Kllauea. Kalllilwal and liana,
lei, ut n p. m.
.Sir Nilliuu, W Thompson, foi Puna
liiu mid Houuipo, .it 5 p. m.
Str. I.eliua, Naopala. for Kahiupapa
Wallu, lVb-kunu and Kalawa, at 5 p. m.
Am. bkt. S. N Cattle, Nllson, for San
Francisco witli sugar.
Tuesday. June 24
Str. Klnnii. Freeman, for Hllo and
a ports, at noon.
Str. W. (! Hall, S Thompson, fot
Kauai ports, ut 5 p Ul7
Str. Cluudlne, Parker, for Maul ports,
ut 6 )i. in.
Str. Nocuu. Moihcr, for Lahatua
ICaanapall, KiikulhnelV mid Honokiu
at 5 p. m.
Str. Kiiunl, Ilrubu, lor Walmea. Ke
kaha, Aniihola and Maknwell, nt 5 p. m
From 1-ahalua, Maalaea, Kona and
Kau ports, per ntmr. Mauna' Ixia, Juno
24. Kau Mls M. Pane. 1). Walau.
Geo Wilson Volcano V. J Aniweg.
II. Prise. W Kerr. O beliers, V. II.
Helm. Kona Hiss J Towel). Mrs.
Yatnasblro Mrs L II Kawaauhau, J.
K. rnrm. Miss M Verrelra, Miss C.
l'errelra, Mrs. Andrews, S. Ijiaro, F.
L. Dortch 11 A Jnen. W. Wilgaroth,
J. Cowau, I. Macfarlaue, H. Druns,
D. Knuplku, Mrs. D Kauplko. Urn P.
Johnn) Maalaen Rev. W. Ault, A.
W Dow, 1). W Case, Miss 11 Raid
vlu, Miss l.uuy llaldwiu Ijilinlna
Iter A II. We) mouth, Mrs. Vetlcson,
Chun Chow, C Kalber, Mrs. J Kaae,
C. II. Olten Alex. Dow sett,. A N.
Campion, W. Kaluaklul, Mis. W. Kn
luaMnl II. llarunzlnl and C4 dock pas
I'm Hllo and way lorts, per stuir.
Klnau, June- 24, at noon. It. Kinney,
.1 l-neha Henry Pmiklkl. It K. Wal
lace, Aluek 'Akuna Arthur Watson, '-'.
A. Park, Mrs. E. McNary, Miss M
Duschalsl., Alio- WlfcM, Samuel Par.
ker and wltu, and three serruuts;
Clms, Williams, Earl Williams. A. A.
Hraymer It. W. Madden. W. II. Corn
well, Miss Leslie Wight, .Mrs. K. P.
Low, Miss Mary de Horne, Mrs. J. W.
Keller, MUs May Knglobardt, H. C.
Austin. Judge O. F. Little. Miss Ethel
Horner. Miss Katie Saale, Mrs. Geo. C.
lleckley Miss Juanlta Hockley, Prlnco
David Kawnnanakoa and wife, H. M.
Ayres, Albert Palll, E. Noa, Willie
Chllllngworth, Robert Chllllngworth,
Miss E. Lewis, Mis Bell WelghL J.
D. Lewis, Miss C. Snow. Miss Rachel
Hajselden. Miss Helen Gay, Miss FrI
da Gay. Master Eric Gay. MIsb Mary
Campbell. Miss J. Vernon, Miss A.
Campbell, .MIsb Crjstal, Miss Vredlng
berg Miss Hattle Purdy, Miss L)dla
Kawalnui. c T Day, G. P. Denlson,
Miss Campbell, Miss Campbell. Clar.
ence Cuiiha, A. R. Cunha, G. Good
sell, Mrs. Goodsell, W. J. Madeira nnd
wife. Miss 11. Cork, Miss Lishman,
Mrs. L. M Vettlescn, Mrs. E. S. Cun.
ha. Miss Irene Dickson, Miss Crelgh
ton, Mrs. Crelghton, Miss D. Ryan, 11
cV. Chapman. L. Morgan, H. Jarre.
Master K. Lldgate, Mrs. J. F. Hum.
burg, Miss Humburg, Jane B. Massey,
A. Y, Shew, Master Ed. Campbell, C.
L. Bldgood, J. L. Cpkc, Rev. J. Kckl
pl, C. E. Illacow, Marston Campbell,
C. L. Wight's children, Mr. MeAullff,
Mr. and Mrs. I.lnnett.
For Muhukona, per stmr. Maul, sail
ing this afternoon at 5 o'clock. Miss
May, C Aklnu, A. Aklna, Miss E.
Wight, Master Joo Klmokeo, E. Gold
berg ror Maul and Hawaii ports, per
stmr Claudlno, sailing at 5 o'clock this
afternoon. Miss L. Awnna, Miss R.
Akana, Mrs. D Morton. Ahchoy Abu,
Rebecca Aim. Miss E. Cockett. Hattlu
Sheldon, Miss E. Davidson, Mrs. P,
Cotkctt and son, Mary Kaallua, Mary
Saffery, Evvn Aloh'.ea, A Garcia, C,
H Llndholni, Mrs. John Richardson,
Master A. Richardson, Master Alex,
Richardson, Miss G. Richardson and
sen ant, WUlio Desha, David Desha,
II. Morton, Miss pntal, Miss do Lima,
Miss Mary Klmokeo, Mrs. Otto Osb
nnd bon, A. ltohtnsln, Geo. Kalunn, II.
IN HONOR OF
JULY 4th, 1902
FOR SIX DAYS BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 23, AND ENDING
8ATURDAY, JtTNE 28,
wc shall offer ten thouBind yards of choice Washable Dress Goods,
Ameilcan muln, for American trade, at reductions averaging about
50 per cont, It Is our intention that this "American Sale" shall take
front rank among our famous special sales. We have made prices ac
cordingly. Among tho goods offered nro:
15c Blondln Batistes for 5c Yd
15c Empire Foulards for.... 8 1-3c Yd
15c Havevllle Batistes for 10c Yd
20c Fancy American Swisses for
25c Mognon Foulards for 15c Yd
25c Pongee Foulards for 15c Yd
25c Ondallne Brodes for 15c Yd
23: English Style Madras for.. 15c Ytl
50c Silk Stripe Soft Mulls for
50c Embroidered Etamines for
COc Superfine Plummets for... 25c Yd
Bear In mind the dates June 23 to
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column See Page Six
Lake, J. Halemaau A Alama. Miss
II Knlvvlaea, Julia Kanealil, Miss N.
Garcia, Miss Edith Dunn, Miss Anna
Renter, Musters Dunn (2), Airs. Emma
Svlva nnd three children Frank Mackenzie-,
K Mackenzie Miss J. Nelson,
Miss J. Hansen. Mlsi A Wlttrock, J.
II. Nut. wife and sou, Miss Lucy Rich
uidBon. Clins Like Mrs. S K. Alull
and daughter. Masters D and H. Mor
ton, h K Rlcnardson
A FINE RECITAL
A delightful recital was given last
night in the Y M C A. hall by tho
pupils of Mrs Yaindiey. Tno perform
ers were neirly all young girls. Many
of them had never played In public be
I me, jet. upou tbe whole, the perform
ance wnn an excolleu. one and one
which gives much cicdlt to Mrs
Among tbo pieces played the "Valso
Caprice," by Rubinstein, was exceed
ingly wedl rendered by Miss Elslo
Smith, who, despite the fact that she
has not taken lessons for moro than 3
few- )carH, l.i enabled by her natural
talent to play quite difficult pieces In
a very creditable maunerV
Miss Ethel Damun gave several vo
cal selectlciiui and, though it was her
first public appearance she did admir
ably. Among the remainder of the per
formers went Misses Lcadlngham,
Misses Leadinghnui, Miss Ida Kopke,
Kiss I.lzrlo Whiting, Miss Ethel Hor
net, Mlsn Emma Taylor, Miss Lena
Rosewurno and others, all of whom
pleased the audience.
With cnlnm and light held winds
the American four-masted schooner
Philippine Cjptalu I'roderlckson.inado
a slow voyage from Tacoraa. arriving
hero this morning. 28 days out, with a
caigo consisting of 750,000 feet nf
lumber. Except for the sighting of
tbe bark W. II Flint, the passage was
devoid of incident.
The schooner Ile3 at the foot of
Ilrewer's wharf amf" Is In first-class
condition, looking like a new vessel.
She Is not yet three years old About
this time last jc-ir she was down here
with a cargo of lumber from tho
The most sitlsfactory pictures
of n group or a wide landscape
are taken with the
" AL VISTA "
Do you know about this won
derful ciniera Better come and
see it Illustrated cataloguo
f i ee.
Photo Supply Co
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolant Park
Addition and in
1S7 MERCHANi STREET.
by Ml Ella Dayton
For a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
A Complete Change
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlc-Comic Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
THE WARSAW BROS.,
In their Musical Comndy Act, Play
ing 22 Different Instruments.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer f the
Box office open at 0 a. m.
Thursday, June 26, 1902
In celebration of "CORONATION
DAY" thero will bo held on THORfl
DAY, tho 2Gth Inst.:
At 9:15 n. m.. lu St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, a Special Service, which will in
clude a part of the Historic Coronation
At 2 p. m. there will bo a GARDEN
PARTY and CRICKET MATCH on tho
n.nlin .In rt .(.. f A LI II r . . . " m
hiui.iiun cc uiu wnnu L.UUI.CUC, CM
which the Trustees have kindly allow
ed tlio use.
At 9 p. m. there will be a SUBSCR1P.
TION BALL nt tho MOANA HOTEL,
Tickets for llio ball, price 2 each,
may be had of any of the members of
me nan 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 the
Hawaiian Tramways Co.'s Terminus
on Nuuanu avenue at 8 o'clock n. ni
Ordinary cars leaving there are ten
and thirty minutes past each hour will
connect with King street cars at the
corner of King and Nuuanu streets
A special return car will leave tho
Moana Hotel oery half hour from 12
midnight until 2 a. m. Tho 12 and 1
o'clock cars will go through to Nuu
anu avenue and tho 12:30, 1:30 and 3
o clock to tow n only.
Parties of 12 to 1G can obtain burses
tn and from tho Moana Hotel by ap
plying to tbe Hawaiian Tramways Co.
fare 25c each way.
CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEES:
f-manco Mr. W. M. Glffard
Cathedral Service. ...Mr. T. C. Davles
Cricket Match, etc
Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Ball Mr. D. W. Anderson
W. C. SINGLEIIURST,
Honolulu, June 10th, 1902.
P. H. Burjnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter. .
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
JAS. F. 1
65 Queen St.
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 26th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tbo residence of Mrs. Agnes Mela-
tyre, Kccaitmoku street, corner of
Young street, In the residence former
ly occupied by Mr. J. A. Hasslnger,
wilt sell at Public Auction the entlro
household effects, consisting of some)
cry fine furniture:
Upholstered parlor set.
Largo center rugs, pictures, largo
mirrors, laco curtains, matting,
Handsome Stclnway square piano.
Heavy oak dining chairs.
Handsome heavy oak Btdcboard,
Oak china cabinet, cutlery,
Handsomo black walnut bedroom
sets, black walnut writing desk.
Rook case, office desk, book rack,
Sofa, rockers and chairs.
Hair mattresses, wardrobes.
Towel racks, skin rugs.
Hall carpet, letter press. Ice box,
Meat fate, filter, Kitchen utensils,
Jewel stove, water boiler and
Ferns and palms.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 6C Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction a very Inrgo
quantity of an assorted lino nf Orocer
lest to close consignment. Goods con
Canned meats, fruits, vegetables.
Jams, jellies, etc., etc.
Are absolutely fresh. In good order,
and will bo sold regardless ot cost.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen sticot, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. Daniel Lognn. Trustee for tho Aus
tin Publishing Co, Ltd., a, bankrupt,
the entire plant of tno Austin Publish
ing Co. The stock consists of paper,
a very large and splendid stock of Job
type; sufficient body typo for two
largo weekly newspapers. aIso a large
stock of artistic vnd up-to-dato typo,
soma of which has hardly seen Ink.
Also all tbe presses, tools. Instru
ments, shafting, pulleys, belting, office
desks, etc., etc.
The sale will also carry with It tho
name and good will of tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific."
In caso of tho non-disposal of tho ,.
stock as a whole, tbo salo will be I,
transferred to the premises of the
Austin Publishing Co, and will be held
on the same day.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR RENi
I have for sale the nhitnltitelv mm.
plete furnishings of 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.
85 Queen St