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evening nt'M.irrrv. noNOLre-r. h. t.. Wednesday, Jf ne 25, 1002.
Is the amount of our Importation to supply sportsmen for tlio
SEASON OPENS JULY 1st
flood nmmunlllon Is one of the chief requisites to Rood hunt
ing and ours Is the best, 'ilie cartridges have been loaded es
pecially for us and In thp hands of good hunters will mako ex
New stock of PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS and
Runs for rent.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd
Corner King and Port Stti.
Young Hawaiians of
In Closing Exercises
With fitting ceremony the young the latter ) canting the illploman.
CrHiluates. of the Kamebamehn Hoys1 1 whei.-upon the exen-lsen cl(.ed with
School r.trelved their diplomas lin.i . the singing of "Hawaii I'onol and nn
tads official farewell to the M-hool laU
tight. The exenli.es took pUie In the
.xcuool rlinpel and were attended by u
Isrgn number of people.
On n platform were seated (governor
IHite. Trustees .1. O. Ctnter nnd W. V.
Allen, the otllclals and leathers of the
vbool and the ten graduates. In the
jra were seated the pupils of the
.ictioot uuu llie letawves uuu ini-tius ui
The exercises began with nn organ
irelude plaed by Mr. lng.ills which
as follow eil bv nn Invocation by Hev.
W. M. Klncald. Among the numbcis of
the program were seoral votnl and In
strumental selections rendereil by the
(lea and mandolin clubs and a number
uf Interesting addresses.
The first of the speakers. David C.
KHinuuoha. gave the salutatory, briefly
outlining tho history of the six years of
K-hool life which the class had Just
finished. Thomas K. Nuhlwa spoke on
"Some Life Histories," taking for his
.uibJcU the growth of a bean and
branched from this to treat several of I
llie great lessons of natural history.
George K. Xahlnu had for his sub-1
J-t. "Students as Missionaries." He
inscribed the work done. by the Stu-
dents' Christian Association and tho .
ay the teaching of Sunday schools
ould assist the religious life of a. com-,
Ernest K. Punl spoke on the useful-1
nessofa trade for the Hawaiian, point-1
Jng out how a good trndo was far more
-remunerative than clerking. Daniel S.
K. Pabu read an Interesting paper on
"Country Life for Hawaiians." In
hlcb he iolnted out that the natural
life for the Hawaiian was In the coun
try and that the greatest prospects for
the Hawaiian people was In cultivating,
the soil. He made out his points wim
Tarlous Illustrations and examples of
on- remunerative ugilculture would bo
drawing on tho experiences furnished
on the Kamehameha farm. I
P. Ultilanl I.emon, tha athlete, gavo
an Interesting discourse on athletics
uind Jtnies A. llnttle, who graduates
fth honors, delivered the vnledlctory.
Governor Dole then addressed the,
gruduntlug class, stating In thu course
of his speech that the Hawaiians were
now past their former dependence and
were able to hold their own by aid of
their own merits,
J. O. Curter nnd Principal Charles B.
Dyko also delivered short addresses,
The most satisfactory pictures
of a group or a wide landscape
arc taken with the
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WM. C. LYON,
Telephone White 1081
The graduating class consists of the
following Thomas Komealanl Nnhl
wa, Ernest Knlelnnnl l'unl. George Kn
Iniliinaiiao Ap"la, Henry K. I. Alkue.
Nlumalu Komomua, David Cranswlck
Kumauoha, James Alexander Crnns
wlck llnttle. Daniel S. K. l'ahu. Frank.
Iln I'lulanl I.emon ami George Kahulu
The piogram In full was as follows:
Invocation Hev. David Al
Music Cossack Galoy
Salutatory and Class History ....
David C. Kamnuoha
Planting the Class Vine.
Id Motion Our Planting a Vine.
Henry K. K. Alkue
Music Tom, Tom. the liptvr's Son.
Charles Ilaitfrtt D)k
Scenes from Midsummer
Theseus, Duke of Athens.. Daniel Palm
Hyppolytn, his brKe ....John Klkuewo
I.ysander (Attendants).. Henry Alkiif
phllostrate, Master of ltevels,...
Prologue I). C. Kamauohq
Strug, the Joner. Uon ....N. Komomua
Snout, the Tinker, Moonshine....
Harvlllng, the Tailor, Wall
Jurnee, the Carpenter Kalel Punl
Nick Dottom, the Weaver, Pyrumus
Flute, the Uellovv Mender. Thlsbe..
Ait I. Scene II. Athens, at Julnce, the
Act V. Scene 1. The same. The Oar
den of thp Palate of Theseus.
Adieu, adieu, mates true and dear,
To leave you nil our hearts are pained,
our gatherings they will be missed,
T,e time has tome when we must part
Farewell, farewell, this home of ours.
The home we lose and hold so dear,
O let thy blessings rest on us.
We bid nloba now to thee.
Ofare thee well, thou first and best
Ofare thee well, thou first and best
In that wide world we'll join again.
At last, at last unite us theie.
MEMBERS of CLASS OF 1902.
David Cranswlck Kamauoha.
James Alexander Cranswlck Hattle,
Daniel S. K. l'ahu.
Franklin Ululanl Lemon.
George Kahulu Nahlnu,
Thomas Komealanl Nahlnu.
Ernest Knlelnnnl Punl.
George Kalmlnanao Apela.
Henry K. K. Alkue.
John Robert Kekuewa.
NORWEGIAN BARK HERB.
The Norwegian bark BarosBa, Cap
tain Evenson, 51 days from Newcastle
with coal, waB reported outsldo at
12 43 o'clock this afternoon. Tho tug
Fearless went out to her.
Tho American ship Hawaiian Isles
Balled from Newcastle ,for Honolulu
on the day the Barossa left. She la
expected at any time.
200-201 JUDD ISUILDING.
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepower. This
Is the best lamp on the market.
Mnmifactuied by The Standard
Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. U. and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
NEW - TO-DAY
Low Is fc Co. 'a crocerv stores will bo
closed tomorrow afternoon. One de
livery only In the morning.
The Metropolitan Meat Co.'s mar
Kels will close at noon Thmsday, June
2B tCoionatlon Dayl. Only one deliv
ery, morning, will bo made on that
To the Republicans of the Ninth Pre
cinct, Fifth District.
The regular meeting for the election
of officers, to be held on Friday. June
27th, has been postponed to Saturday,
June 28th, at 7:30 p. m . and will be
held at tho Native church on Wyllle
street, near the end of the electric enr
line. J. T. I)E HOLT,
2182 Juno 2.". 2C, 27. Piesldent.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES IN AND FOR
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of Lun)
Tong, Chin Lin Sung,)
and Cha Lin, doing) In Bankruptcy
beslness under thcflrm)
name of Wing Wo Co.!
NOTICE 10 CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given to creditors
of the WING WO COMPANY of Ho
nolulu. Island of Oahu, respondents
above named, that upon Monday, tho
7th day of July. A. I). 1S02, In tho Unit
ed States District Court for the Ills
trlrt of Hawaii, In the court room of
said court In the Judiciary building
In Honolulu, at 10 o'clock n. m., a mo
tion will he made for the dismissal of
tho proceedings herein. In accordance
with the petition filed on the 2d day
of June. A. D. 1902.
Ily order of the Court:
WALTEIl II. MA1.ING, Clerk.
Ily FRANK L. HATCH,
Dated Honolulu, this 2,1th day of
June, A. I). 1902.
2182 June 23; July B.
4th of July Parade
TRADE FLOATS Three Prlies.
1st, $75; 2d, $50; 3d, $25 $150.
BEST DECORATED BUSINESS DE
LIVERY TRUCKS AND WAGONS
1st, $50; 2d, $30; 3d, $15 $95.
BEST DECORATED BICYCLES
1st, $15; 2d, $10; 3d, $5 $30.
BEST SUSTAINED CHARACTERS
1st, Best Group, $25; 2d, Best Single
Character, $10 $35.
Allowance to Fire Department for dec
orating and display, $100.
Allowance to Road Department for
All organizations are Invited to pa
rade. All those Intending to participate in
the parade will please notify the
Grand Marshal, Col. Jus. II. Boyd, of
such Intention on or befoie July 1st,
so that a place In the procession mny
be assigned to such Intending partici
pants. PARADE COMMITTEE.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg., Merchant & Alakea 8ts.
Offlco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. in.
A series of Gospel tent meetings will
be given In a largo new pavilion, locat
ed on Klnau Btreet, Walklkl of Pllkol,
beginning Thursday evening, Juno 2R,
nt 7-30 o'clock. The tent Is nicely sltu
ated between the two street railways,
one block from the lleretanla line, and
two from the Itapld Transit. In a beau
tiful residence portion of the city.
Topics of Intense Interest will be pie
bentcd from evening to evening. A ior
dial Invitation Is extended to tho pub
lic to attend those, meetings
J. H. IinHUENS.
C. E. I.ELAND.
A. K. Murphy has bales of flag bunt
ing on hand, for decorating the front
of tho Executive building nnd th danc
ing pavilion for the Fourth of July.
p. m. ft
! " "1.1.S
5. ) "
to 1 4 CM
It l 4 S4
Last quarter ot the moon 2Sth at
11:22 a. in.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
glower than Orccn wclh time, being
tiidt of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m wblcn
Is tho same as Greenwich, On Om.
Weather Uureau Punahou. June 23.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum &..
Ilaronietor at 6 a. m n tit. Hlslng.
ltalnfull o 02.
Iw Point tiSF".
Humidity at !' a m. Ct per rent.
Damond Head Signal Station, Juno
Wednesday. June 2"
Stmr. Mlknhnla. Gregory, from K
uni port-, at '.:5'i a. in.. vvltTt 3m;s bags
sugar. 2''i bags rle. 52 packages sun
diles, 1 mul and 1 horhe.
Nor. bk. ilarosia, Evenson, 31 dayf
from N'ev.-r astlt- with coal.
V. S. V. C. S. .". Albatross. Thomas,
from nnlnw cruise off Knual.
Tuesday. June 24.
Slmi. V (!. Hall. S. Thompson, lor
Knuai ports, at 3 p in.
Stmr. (Maudlne, ParK'T, for Maul
ports, at 3 p. m.
Stmt. No'-nti. MohT. for i.ahalnn,
Knnnnpall. Kukulhafle and Hnnokna,
at u . in.
Stmi. Knual. Bruhn. for Walmcn.
Keknhn. Anahala and Makawell, at
3 p. m.
Stmr. Maui. Bennett, for Mnhukona,
Papaaloa and i.aupahoehue. at 5 p. in.
Stmr. l.ehua. Naopalu, for .Violokal
ports, at 3 p. m.
From Moloknl ports pn- str. Lehua.
June S4. Rev. J. M, Naole. Muster
John Fallen. Cahrl-s KelllKekahuna.
From Kauai. p-r stmr. Mlkahala,
June 23. E. K. Bull. J. H. Aiendt.
Mr. Taunatt, Mr. Mnal. M. Itosen
bladt. V G. H man. Paul Isenberg,
.Miss Danford. D. Kiu Miss Wnlole
ale. Miss P. Cnarman. MUs F. Kanl.
Mrs. Chniman and 24 on deck.
For Kauai ports, jwr Mmr. W. G.
Hall. June 24. Miss Juliette King.
Mary Mundon, Hannah Sheldon, Alice
Lowell, Herbert Mundon, Lawientc
Mundon. Mrs. P. Silva and child. Mot
ile Alolau. Lillian Mundon, Daisy Shel
don, Eliza Kabelf, Willie .Mundon,
Jane Wool-y. Mrs. Yoshloka, O. N.
WUci'ix, E. P. Mobl-. A. S. Wilcox,
G. Schuman, Mlm Mury Yoshloka,
Master Coney, Philip Hlie nnd wife,
F. T. P. Waterhouse, Ng Mon War,
Mrs. Autuna, Mrs. T. Nuuakaul, K.
KowaTmoto and child. T. Munnkoml,
.Mrs. J. K. luukea, Mrs. P. Johnny
and thlld, Mr. Connor.
For Kauai poits. per stmr. Kauai,
June 24. A. Uoblnson and family, Ag
nes Kalaweola. Uose Aka. Ida lakonn,
Knp. Kapunlnl. Mrs. C A. Elston,
Miss Elston, C. A. Elston. T. S. El
ston, A. M Elston Mrs. E. Rogers and
child, J. T. Flemmlng and 130 Japan
ese. For Mnhukona per stmr. Maul, Juno
24. Miss .May C. Aklim. A. Aklnu,
Miss E. Wight. Matter Joe Klmokei.
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
June 24. Miss L. Awanu. .Miss R.
Akuna, Mrs. I). Morion, Ahehoy Aim,
Rebecca Ahu, Miss E, Cockett, Hat
tie Sheldon. MIsf E, Davidson. Mrs.
P. Cockett nnd son, Mary Kaailua.
Mary Sa'ITery, Ewa Alohlltea, A. Gar
cia, C. H. LIndholm, Mrs. John Rich
ardson, Master A. Richardson. Master
Alex. Richardson, Miss G. Richardson
and servant, Willie Desha, David De
sha, B. Morton. Miss Ontal, Miss do
Limn, Miss .Mary Klmokeo, Mrs. Otto
Oss and son, A. Robinson, Geo. Kalu
nn, II, Laek. J. Halemanu, A, Alami,
Miss II. Kalwlaea, Julia Kanenlll,
.Miss N. Garcia. .Miss Edith Dunn.
Miss Anna Renter, Masters Dunn (21,
Mrs. Emma Sylva unit three children,
Frank .Mackenzie. K. Mackenzie, Miss
J. Nelson, .Mies J. Hansen, Miss A.
Wlttroik, J. H. Nul. wife nnd son;
MUs Lucy Richardson, Chns. Lake,
Mrs. S. K. Alull and daughter, Mas
ters D. and II. Morton, F. E. Richard
fcon. PASSENGERS BOOKED.
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. Ala
meda, sailing July 2. Mrs, J. Tan
ner, .Mrs, Andrew-B, C. C. Nutting, wlfo
and two children, A, Jaeger, F, I.
Armstrong, Mlsb Grace Barrett. Miss
M. O. Borden, Mrs. M. Haden. Mn.
V. Goetz, Mrs. Jaeger nnd daughter,
.Miss MeNary, Miss B. Moors, C. A.
Park uml wife, Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. S.
L. Bylngton, Miss J. C. Van Nost
rum), Miss Hart, Mlsu .M. A. Johnston,
Mis. M. Topham, A. G. Fermane,
Mrs. (ilveiis. Mrs. B. F. McCall, Miss
Tolllfson, Miss Nlelson. h. H. Miller
nnd wife, Martha E. Davis, Miss M.
II. Slmonds. Miss E. Nichols, Miss A.
L. Hasforth. .Mrs. Do Frecse, Mrs. Me-Cully-IIIgglns,
Miss M. M. Cooke.
.Mrs. K. W. Cooper, MIbb K. H. Coo
per, Mrs. O. C. Lovvls, Miss E. Thom
as. Frank howls. Rov. A. .Mackintosh,
Miss C. Gurney, Miss L. Gurnoy, Mis.
Howard. Mrs. Stewart. Mrs. Ford. Mrs.
Piikett, W. M. Bruns, II. M. I.utt.
Mrs. Kasmussen, Mrs, Herrlman, W,
C, Greves, R. W. McChesney, W.
A. Baldwin, J. Mlchardo, Miss Whlta
ker, Mrs. Frank Hustace, .Miss I..
Great American Sale
IN HONOR OF
JULY 4th, 1902
FOR SIX DAYS BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 23, AND ENDING
SATURDAY, JUNE 28,
we shall oiler ten thousand yards of cholco Washable Dress Goods,
American made, for American trade, nt reductions averaging about
30 per cent. It Is our Intention that this "American Sale" shall take
front rank among our famous special sales. We have made prices ac
cordingly. Among the goods offered aro:
15c Blondin Batistes for 5c Yd
15c Empire Foulards for.... 8 1-3c Yd
13c Havevllte Batiste for 10c Yd
20c Fancy American Swisses for
23c Mognon Foulards for 15c Yd
23c Pongee Foulards for 15c Yd
25c Ondallne Brodes for 15c Yd
23: English Style Madras for.. 15c Yd
50c Silk Stripe Soft Mulls for
53c Embroidered Etamlnes for
63c Superfine Plummets for. ..25c Yd
Bear In mind the dates June 23 to
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Ward, C. H. Snyd-r wife and child;
I r. Alvarez, I A Fmfng. O. II.
Hen-j. y. A llo fl'.ai,. Z. 1'. Meyi .-.
Car't'ii Gibber. J. R. Rowcll, w'fo
anil child; Mr. and Mrs. Elchbcrg, M's.
O. IS. Fletcher, Miss Marx, Miss I.'.
A. IK .viand. .1lfes J. Horgan, Wile
Aimstrong, W. B. McCIean, Thos.
Ilnwlcy, Thou Herd. J. H. Meyer nnd
J. W. Mason.
For Want Column See Page Six
FOR SALE Choice ferns, basket,
pots and cuttlugs 7J0 Klnau St.
Mrs. E. M Taylor 2182-1'm
FOUND Gent's bl-ycp. Owner can
have by proving property and pav
ing advertising expenses at S. K.
Kane's, Furt St No. 32. 2182-lw
The Governor directs that notice bo
given that nil Government offices will
bo closed at noon on Thursday, June
2Gth, In honor of the coronation of His
Britannic Majesty King Edward VII.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu, June itth. 1902.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by virtue of a certain ex
ecution Issued out of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit of the Territory of
Hawaii, on the 12tn day of June, A, D.
'J02. In tho matter of C. K. Al et a.,
doing bHBlness ns the Chin Sank Well
Company vb. Y. A toy. Chun Poy Fat,
Hoe Ten. Yee Fat and Y. Anln. co-partners
doing business as Kwong Chons
Wnl Company. I have on this 21th day
of June, A D 1902 levied upon and
shall exposo for sale anil sell at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, at
the police station, Kalakatia Hale. In
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory nt
Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon ot Satur
day, tho 20tlr day of July, A. D. 1902,
unless the Judgment and cost of execu
tion amounting to one thousand two
hundred and forty-eight and 85-100 dol
lars, Interest, costs and my expenses
and Interest of the said Kwong Chong
Wal Company In and to all that prop
erty mentioned In that certain mort
gage mado by the said Kwong Chong
Wnl Co. to Young Anln, dated May
loth, A. D. 1999 and recorded In thu
Registry Office, In said HonolulTn ni
liber 22G, page 319: and also all thu
right, title and interest oi said Yong
Anln in nnd to said mortgage.
CHAS. F CHILLINGWORTTf.
, Deputy Sheriff Territory of Hawaii
2182 Juno 25; July 2, 10, 18, 25.
Tomorrow b the coronation day of
King Edward VII and all Britishers
will celebrate. At 11 o'clock, Mr.
Hoare. British Consul, will receive at
his homo on King street. Hu wilt be
assisted by Miss Hoare. The reception
will hut until 12 noon.
In the afternoon, there will bo tho
big cricket game on the Mnklkl
grounds. Refreshments will be serv
ed and there Is every promise that thero
will be a largo attendance.
The day's events will he topped off by
a big ball at the Moana hotel In the
JUDGD8 OF PLOWBIiS.
Mrs, E. D. Tonny, Mrs. S. C. Allen
nnd .Mrs. W. A. HomhjII weie announc
ed this morning by Commissioner Wray
Taylor ns Judge? of flow era and lels for
the Agricultural Fair on July 28 and
29. Tho ladles will act Independently
of the Judges of exhibition formerly an
nounced, MM.st-3 A S. Cleghom, Jared
a. Smith und Gerrlt P, Wilder, Their
appointment wu.i deomeil a happy sug
gestion, giving the fair sex due recog
nition in moit approptlate manner.
Tho steamer Lehua, Captain Naopala,
arrived from Kolokal ports nt 9 o'clock
labt evening with eleven head of cattle
ant numerous aunJiy packagos ot
For a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class 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
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
THE WAR8AW BROS.,
In their Musical Comedy Act, Play
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 bo held on THURS
DAY, the 2Cth Inst.:
At 9:15 a. m., In St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, a Special Service, which will In
clude a part of the Historic Coronation
At 2 p. m. there will be a GARDEN
PARTY and CRICKET MATCH on the
grounds of the OAHU COLLEGE, of
which the Trustees have kindly allow
ed tho use.
At 9 p. m. there will be a SUBSCRIP
TION BALL at the MOANA HOTEL.
Tickets for tlio ball, price $2 each,
may bo had of any of the members of
tho 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 Tramways Co.'s Termlnua
on Nuuanu avenuo at 8 o'clock p. m
Ordinary cars leaving there aro 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 every half hour from 12
midnight until 2 a. m. Tho 12 and 1
o'clock cars Wilt go through to Nuu
anu avenue and the 12:3o, 1:30 and 3
o'clock to town only.
Parties of 12 to 1C can obtain buisci
tn and from tlio Moana Hotel by ap
plying to the Hawaiian Tramways Co,
fnro 25c each way.
CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEES;
Financ Mr. W. M. Glffard
Cathedral Service. ...Mr. T. C. Davles
Cricket Match, etc
Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Ball Mr. D. W. Anderson
W. G. SINGLEIIUR6T,
Honolulu. Juno ICth, 1902.
P. H. Burnette
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
65 Queen St.
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 26th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mrs. Agnca Mcta
tyre, Kccaumoku Btreet, corner ot
Young otrect, In tho residence former
it, in tlio residence former
by Mr. J. A. Hasslngcr, I 1
Public Auction tho entire j
effects, consisting of sonia '
will sell at Pi
very fine furniture:
Upholstered parlor sot,
I.argo center rugs, pictures, largo
mirrors, lace curtnlnn, matting,
Handsome Stelnway square piano,
Heavy oak fllnlng chairs.
Handsome heavy oak sideboard,
Oak china cabinet, cutlery,
Handsome black walnut bedroom
sets, black walnut writing desk,
Book case, offlco desk, hook rack,
Sofa, rockers and chairs.
Hair mattresses, wardrobes,
Towel racks, skin rugs.
Hall carpet, letter press, Ice box.
Meat safe, filter, kitchen utensils.
Jewel stove, water boiler and
Terns arid palms.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON FRIDAY, JUNE 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-
At my salesroom. (IS Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very largo
quantity of an assorted lino of Grocer
ies to close consignment. Goods con
Canned meats, fruits, vegetables,
Jams, jellies, etc., etc.
Are absolutely fresh. In good order,
and will be sold regardless of cost.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On FRIDAY, JUNE 27
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. I
will sell at Public Auction, a large
quantity of absolutely new and up-to-date
WALL PAI'EIl. Stock Is In per
fect order and Is assorted In quantities
to suit from the lowest to the highest
Jas. F. Morgan,
TRUSTEE'S SALE t
OK SATURDAY, JUNE 28th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
wilt sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. Daniel Logan, Trustee for the Aus
tin Publishing Co., Ltd., a bankrupt,
the entire plant of the Austin Publish
lug Co. Tho stock consists of paper,
a very large and splendid stock of Job
type; sufficient body type for two
largo weekly newspapers. Iso a large
stock cf artistic and up-to-dato type,
some of which has hardly seen Ink.
Also all the presses, tools, Instru
ments, shafting, puileys, belting, office
desks, etc., etc.
The sale will aso carry with It the
namo and good will of tho "Paradise
of tho Pacific."
In caso of the non-disposal of the
stock as a whole, the sale will be
transferred to the promises of the
Austin Publishing Co., and will be held
on tho same day.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR RENi
I hnvo for sale tho absolutely core.
pleto 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.