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, 8 ) Kvnxik-o bulletin, iionWui. it. t.. Monday, june no, im:.
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Sfifi tin m snip intelligence , " ' j jas. i
la the amount of our ltnroitatlon to supply sportsman for the
SEASON OPENS JULY 1st
Good ammunition Is one of tho chief requisites to good hunt
ing uml ours In the best, 'ilip cartrldg-s have been loaded cs
lieclnlly for us and In tile hands of good hunters will make ex
New stock of PARKER and L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS and
guns for rent.
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candtcpowor. This
Is the best lamp on the ninrket.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Crudes C. I). and
natural In lots to suit.
E. O- Hall & Son, Ltd
Corner King and Port 8t.
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Dultdlng.
THE CENTURY LIBRARY
GREAT OFFER TO MUSIC LOVERS
PAY S5.00 ON 20 VOLUMNS
This henutlrul vvoik .onluniiK slxtei n bundled past of music
elected by T. J. PadcivwM wlrb blngtaphlcnl k'icrn-s ( (treat com
posers, superb llliictiatluiiH mid twenty music lessons bv the (Jreat
Teucheis ill Killupe will be mild Im a Tilm't lime nt the late of $5.00
down and $3.00 per innnth until paid tor The s. t eon-d-ds of twenty
volumes at $2.50 per volume Will be di IIm n .1 on first pavment.
Telephone White ItkSI
'iOO-'JOl JUDD BUILDING.
t rente nrc now estimated nt about 2U
The herd of horses with their In
dense uro no wVtlmatcd nt nboilt 210
The leases not unexpired inn from
now to 19UG and 10ns.
For further particulars apply tn the
Terms, Cash In LT. S. (iold Colli, nnd
conveyances at expense l the purchaser.
Dated. Honolulu. June 21). I!m:.
Commissioner's Notice ol Sale
Island of Lanai
S HEREBY GIVEN that
nl, n Commissioner duly
Hon. George D. Gear.
he Circuit Court uf
i that ceitnln cause
i 'he Circuit Court
n between O.
and E. i
nnd make n
duct the sal i
Inafter set fu
being an uudl
share and Intcres
Pain and I'llse S.
to the proierty, real
merly belonging to th
ter M. Gibson, decease
Jaucl being on the Inland c
W. H. 1'AIX
. M'ts. to sell
. mil con-
i ;nu ueuig on me iniun
rltiry of Hawaii, will
J'TD Atictlou ut the f mnt di
House, Alilolaul Hale, so i
City of Honolulu. Island
Territory of Hawaii ufor
irday, the sixteenth do
' guilt, 1902. at 12 li
through Will i:. Holier )
undivided tnothlids i in
terest of the Bald V ml
Kllse S. V. Neumann . it,
of. In and to the f -rtv,
real and personal, r lous
ing to tho estate o' ibson,
First. All that trui. reel i.f
land situate on the Island of I.nnnl,
containing Five Thousand Eight Hun
dred and Ninety-seven and 1-1U (5S97-1-10
acreB, and known as the Ahupuaa
ot l'aluwol, and comprised In Royal
Patent No. 1093.
Second. All that tract or parcel ot
land situate on the Island of l.anal,
containing One Thousand "Ight Hun
dred und Twenty-nine (1829) ones,
and known as tho Ahupuaa of Realla,
and comprised In Itoynl Patent 7141.
Third. All other lands situate on
the Island of l.anal of which (he said
"alter Jf. Gibson was seized on the
14th day of August, A. I). 1S82, with
their' rights, easements, and appurte
nances. Fourth. All that tract of land situat
ed on the Island of Lanai, known ob
tho Ahupuaa of Mauna-Iel, containing
3442.38 acreB, lloyal Patent 0770, con
veyed to said Walter M. Gibson by
deed of A. J. CartwrrgTit, Executor.
of ntama Paahao. nnd nnother, dated
Nuveinhu 27th. 1SSJ.
Eighth All other parcels of land jn
the Island or I-inal belonging to the
said Walter .Murray Gibson on or
about the :ilHt day of August. 1SS7.
Ninth All that land described !n
Ro)iil Patent Grant 2903, containing
."i2 7 inn acres, conxejed to W. Jl. tills
son by Puiipal. by deed dated April 21,
1Sfi I. recorded In liber 15, lol. 24.
Tenth. All that land 'described n
i.and Commission Award ill 171). con
xeved b KamalKn and others In W. M.
Gibson, b) deed dated March 7, 1SG5,
lecunled In liber 19. fill. 271.
Eleventh. All that land described In
L. C A. 1U038. containing 7 72-10(1
acres, t mix eyed by 7nlole to W. .M
Gibson, by deed dated June 2, 1805. nl
record In liber 19, page 407.
Tweltth. All that land described In
I C. A. 3417, conveyed by Mahoc and
others to W. JI. Gibson, by deed dat
ed January .In, IMI7. nnd leeordcd in
liber 24. fol 202.
Thirteenth. All that land described
In Royal Patent 1700 lonveyed by K i
iiwenmahl nnd Wnhle to V. Jl. Gibson.
by deed dated June 25, 1874, of rccoi I
In liber 39. fol. 398.
Fourteentii. All that land described
In Hoyal Patent 4707. I.. C. A. 10011,
convejed by John S. Gibson to W. M.
Gibson, by deed dated July 17. 1870
ol record In liber 47. fol. 49.
rilteenth. All that ihntl described
ojal Patent 3031 to Knalnn con
il by K. K'aalna to W. M. Gibson,
deed dated Mny 25th, lbS., record-
In liber 91, fol. 129.
First. All lenses or land on tho Isl
iniVor l.anal held by said Walter Mur
ray Gibson on August 3lst 1S87. o far
as he had the right to assign tho Bamo
without Inclining any rurrclttnc.
Second. All the property conx'eye.l
by Fieileilil. II. Hajselden on January
21th, A. 1). ikfn. to wit- Tnnt certain
Indeutine of lease of tho Ahupuaa ot
Kamoliii and Paomnl, on the Island i.t
l.anal, made by and between tho Com
nilssloneis of Crown Lands, of the
first pan, ami said Fie.'eriek II. Hay
selden, uf the second part, dnted De
cember 19th, 1890, of record In liber
12S, fols. 270-279.
Thlnl. Lenne No. 108 of Kealla All
punl, Pauwlll and Ixamao containing
830U acres, expiring June 23d. ISoS, nn
nual rental $Sii. payable semi unnual
ly in udxauce.
Fiiuith. Lease No. 220 Malinnn, con
talnlng 7973 acres, expiring November
1st, 1907, annual rental lii, payable
seml-nnniially In advance. '
Firth. Lease No. 279 of Kaiinolu.
lontslnlng 7860 acres, expiring Feluu
ary 9, 1907, annual rental 1250. iiav
uble seml-annuallv. In ndi-nnen.
First. Ail those (locks of sheen on
me zmn uay or June, A. 1). 1902, or
thereabout!, of mixed ages nnd sexo.
on sain clay depasturing, running or b-
Ing upon the snltl Island of I.nnnl. and
also ull that herd of cattlo and all
horses, on said 20th day of June. 1902,
also depasturing and running upon tho
in Tin: ciucriT corier. first
Circuit. Terrlloiy or llnwnll. t Chum
bers. In Piobate In the Matter ot the
Estate of Frum-lsio llolellio. late of
Honolulu. Onhu. Deceased The last
will nnd testuiniut or said deceased,
having been presented to said court,
together with a petition mi the pri
bate thereof, and lor the Issuance of
letters tcstnim ntary to Joaquin Cor
deiro (Irlllio having been llled, notl e
Is hereby given that MONDAY, the 4th
dny of AllOl'ST. A. I). 1902. nt TIM
o'clock n. in., in the Jiidlclnry building,
Honolulu, Onhu, Is appointed the time
nnd plnce for proving said Will nnd
hearing snld application, when and
where nny person Interested may lip
pear and show cause, if any they hnve
why the prayer of said petition should
not be granted.
Honolulu, Oahu, June .10. 1902.
lly the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON.
J. M. Vlvns. for Petitioner
2180 June 30, July 7. 14. 21.
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at PIMILIC AUG
by older of tho heirs of J. C SJsjpv,
deceased, that lertaln tiact of lamVslt
uated at Lniipahoehoe, Island of Ha
waii, containing 92.3 acres, fenced,
with nil of tho Improvements thereon.
Improvements consist of dwelling
nouse of five rooms, coffee pulping ma
chine, drying house, two iiOOO-gullon
wooden tanks alt In good condition.
About ten acres of said land now-
planted In coffee. In good condition
and well cultivated. Land adjoins
that of K. W. Ilarnard.
Upset price $1000. Terms, cash, V,
S. gold coin. Deed and expense f
transfer to be nt cost of purchaser. Im
mediate possession given. For fuithpr
Information, address E. W. Barnard,
Lniipahoehoe, Hawaii, or Russell &
Watson, Attorneys for Hells, Honolu
lu. JAMES F. MORGAN,
Firth, All tnnt tract or land situato said Island of I-anal on said day, all
on the Island or Lanal, described in 'formerly belonging to the Estate ol
Royal Patent 3045, containing 128
acres, lonveyed to said Walter .M.
Gibson by deed of Win. Heeler, dated
September 27tb, 1875, ol retord in
liber 43. fol. 389.
Sixth. All of thoso tracts of land
situated on tho Island of Lanai, de
scribed In Hoyal Patent 3029, contain
ing an area of 23S.G8 acres, and all the
tltlo conveyed by deed of Kelllhue. "t
ul to Walter Murray Gibson, datcn
August 20th, 1870, of record In liber 40.
fol. 330, nnd In deed of Kealaktia to
Walter Murray Gibson, dated Decem
ber 7th. 1877, of record In liber 51. fol.
389. and n deed from KealaKua to
Walter Murray Gibson dated August
23I, 1870, of record In liber 40, fol. 323.
Seventh. All thoso parcels of land
situate on the Island of I-anal, convey
ed to said Walter M. QiTjson by deed
waiter Jl, Gibson, deceased, together
with all the natural Increaso of the
said Hocks and herds, anil also all the
wool then upon tho said sheop, and
which haB Blnco thnt tlmo been produc
ed and shorn from snld sheep nnd tholr
said Incicase, save and except sucn
sheep, cattlo and wool as havo been
sold with the consent of tho said plain
Second. All wool presses, wagons,
carts, liurnesses, tools, Implcmen's
chattels and effects, belonging to said
Walter Murray Gibson on said August
31st. 1887, Bltuated on the Island of Ln
nal, at said time, and now in nnd upon
said lands or any of them.
Tho flocks of sheep and their In
crease aro now estimated at about 18.
Tho herd of tattlo with their In ,
AROUND I ll
This morning n little after 10 o'clock
the Y. M. C A. 'round-the-lslnnd ex
cursionists started from the association
building on their tramp around Oahu,
Fred Young, tho Y. M. C. A's physical
director. Is personally conducting tho
trip. The party, which Is not a veiy
largo one, Intends to go as fur us Kun
loa, a point In Koolaupoku district
about twenty-two miles distant from
this city, today.
On the second day of the tramp, the
party expects to reach Knhukii planta
tion, stopping on the way at the beau
tiful valley of Kahana.
This tramp Is about eighteen miles
long. On the third day, the party will
take It easy, going from Kahukii to
Wnlalua, n distance of between four
teen and fifteen miles.
During the day, a stop will lie made
at Walmen, the only point of Interest
on this Btretch, On tho fourth und lust
lay of the Journey, the trnmpeis will
como hack to Honolulu.
While tho Intention Is to reach tho
city by walking all ot the twenty-eight
miles which separates Walalua from
Honolulu, It Is possible that they may
take the train at Pearl City, In which
case they will save about ten miles of
Y tideI I
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Tueiliy at C ei i.t 6 co' o ji to
Wednesday 't 64116 too 1 to it 43
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Monday Uojn itii.7 ti tt hhm
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Whitney & Marsh, Ltd
IFOR THE GREAT
Last ciunrter of the moon 28th nt
11:22 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides ut Kahtilul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10h JOui
slower than Green wclh time, being
mat of the meridian of 157.30. The
tlmo whlstlo ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
is the same as Greenwich, cm 0m.
Wcniher tliirenn. Punnhoit, June 30.
Teinpciatuto Morning minimum,
?;., M Idd.i nuixlmtini, 83.
Il.n mm ter nt 9 n. m. 30.0.". Steady.
Devfr Point C7F.
Humidity nt 9 a. in. 08 per cent.
Diamond Hind Slgnnl Station, Juno
30 Weather clear; wind fiesh NE.
Sunday, June 29.
Sir Claudlne. Parker, from .Maul
pons, with SO sucks tnro. 44 sacks po-tntoc-K.
52 hogs, corrupted iron and
Sir. Maul. 1. Dennett, from Pnnulmu.
with 12.S10 bags stignr. 70 head cattlo
and I pneknges sundries.
Kir lv II nil 1 t!i-ntin ffrin lna.nt nl
nt 7 n. m.. with .'.ISO bags sugar. llFor Want Co1"" I'lK 'x
horse and 35 packages sundries.
Red, While and Blue Buntings
National Stripe Buntings
Red, White and Blue Ribbons
Healanl and Myrtle Colors In Hosiery,
Ribbons and Neckties
Display your patriotism by decorating your store,
your house and yourself
& MARSH. LTD.
While the steamer Claudlne, from
Maul ports, was docking at Wllder's
wharf yesterday morning she ran Into
the steamer Klnau, lying nt her wharf,
tearing away a few feet of the latter
vessel's roll, aft on the starboard side.
The stiong tide running at the tlmo
'iirrlcd tho Claudlne by her dock. Tho
lamngo was slight and workmen weio
Immediately put to work on repairs.
Thoro was some llttlo exillement ut
tho time, but this soon blew over. Tho
Klnau will ball for Hllo nnd wny port
at the usual time, noon tomorrow, re
pairs having already been completed.
The Claudlne was not damaged by tho
collision and no one wasjnjured.
Ice cold beer 12.00 a dozen; Camara
& Co., Tel, Dlue 492.
Str Nlllinu, W. Thompson, from Pit
iniliiu. .it 5 p. m.. with "7400 bags sugar.
Am. sp. Columbia, Mutson, 40 days
from Newcastle, nt 8 n. tn., with coal.
Am. Kchr. E. II. Jackson. Mnns, 44
da fnini Newcastle, nt 12:30 p. m
Am schr . F. Gnrms. Pederson. 3S
clays fiom Newcastle, nl 8:30 a. m.
Am. bk Planter. Chase. 18 days from
Sail Francisco, nt 9 a. in., with genera!
Pclir. Coiuord. from Panullo, nt 3 p.
in., with 9to bags of sugar.
Str. .billies Maker, Tullett. for Ka
p.m. Annholn. Klhiuca, Knllhlwut and
llannlel. ut 5 p. m.
Str. Lehua, Nnopala, for Molokal
ports, nt 5 p. m.
Schr. Kamol. for Pnniillci, ut 4 p. m
Kchr. Jlulolo, for Knllhlwnl nnd Ha-
Schr Ada for Knllhlwnl nnd Ilana-
Str. Klnnu. Freeman, for Hllo and
wuy ports, nt noon,
Str. Claudlne, Pnrker, for Maul ports
ut 5 p. m.
Sti. N'ot-ju. Member, for Uihatna,
lxaaunpall, Kukulhuele and Honokaa,
at 9 a. m.
Str. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Nulwllwill, Koloa, Eleele uud liana'
pepel at 5 p. in.
Str Kauai, Ilruhn. for Ahuklnt. Ha
nn hihi In. Walmea and Kekalia, at I
Am. bkt. lrmgard, Schmidt, with su
gar for San Frnnclsro.
Hr. sp. Yola, Pc-neculk. for Vnncou
O. S. S. Zcilandla, Don dell, from San
Francisco June 23, 2 p. ni.i, expected
From Mnul ports, per str. Cl.iudlne.
June 29. 11. P. Daldwln. Mlsj M. Llnd.
say. 11. T. Hayseldon, Dr. J. Weddlck.
Cluis. Mealy. C. Wnldeyer. II. Pt;Iow
ski, W. C. Crook, C. Chrlatophcreon. W
J. Coelho, Mr. Keulaknl, Tang Young,
J. .xi. Kuiieakua. Mrs. S. II. Harry. II
Curlllc. Miss Jl. Ilortfeld. JIaster W
lloitfehl. J. 11. S. Kaleo, JIarrfton Camp
bell und 37 deck.
limn Kauai potts, per str. Kauai,
June 29 W. Daldwln. J. L. Flemlnr,
Jlr. I.dgate, W. A. Kinney, J. P. Ku
halcule, .Miss Kahuleule, (1, L. Kopa
.Master Kopa. D. Teask, JIIss Jl. E. Da
vis. Dr. Hutchinson. 11. K. Knhnle, II,
T. Johnston, .Mrs. J. K. laukea, P. L,
Topic, II, I). Wlshard. F. Waterhousn.
C. Strkkowald, J. C. Duv-is, C. A. Loy.
Chlng Yensun, G Schunian und 70
For .Maul ports, per str. Claudlne,
sailing nt 5 o'clock tomorrow arternoon
II. P. Ilaldvvin. Geo. Weight Jr.. Jllsa
Anna Davidson, JIIss Cnrrlo Schotz,
JIIss v. Lcnnon, JIIss II. E. JlcCracken,
.xirs. Ktiinger und 4 children. JIIss Ko
wild, Jilts JlcPherbOii, JIIss lions, JIIss
Itlchurdson, JIIss Laura Cook, JUsb A.
Iluchunnn, F. Robinson, Iirother Rob
ert, III other Eugenie. Ill other William.
JIIss A. Lycett. .Mrs. .Merrill. Rev. W.
N. Lono. Rev. H. K. Poepoe. R, A. Car-
llle, John Jlnga, Fuglyashl, Tang
Young, .Mrs. T. Clark, JIIss K. Hannes-
tad, JIIss E. Taylor. .Mrs. D. 11. Vlila
and child. Jlrs. JL Knlco and child, D.
V. Keluokanioku. wife and 2 children.
D. K. Hoaplll and wife, A, JIartlnbon.
Addle Calloy, Jlary Von Segger, Henry
Aniterson, Charles Martinson, Edillu
Nelson and James T. Taylor.
For Hllo and way ports, per str.
Klnau, sailing at noon tomorrow John
Williams, Jlagglo Williams, Win. Paty
and daughter. JIIss Jl. H. Pnty, Jnmes
A. Iloyd, .Master W. 3. Ilowcn, J, F,
Crawley, JIIss Emma Lyons, JIIss Em
ily Howen, Jtlss H. Yce Hen, Flunk
Armstrong, J. O. Carter Jr., JIIss .Mag
gie Cullen, .Mrs, Gullck, .Mrs. A, Jlurty
Miss Kiihuleahu, JIIss A Lalng, J.
Noble, E. 11. Hath. JI, Dyke, C. E, llla
cow. S. F. Leslie, Wnlter JIcDougal,
Albert JIcDougal, Robert Slaughter, W.
I.utns. II. h. Herbert, E. Jl. Doyd nnd
wife, JIIss Allco Hnttlo, Miss Amelia
Hnpal, JIIss Saffcry. A. Lyman, C. II.
Lyman, JIIss Jennie Glttard, .Mrs. II. G,
Noonan, JIaster Joo Cannrlo, llcv. S,
W. Kekuevvn and son, JIIss A. JIoss
mnn, Jlrs. h. D, Illdgood, Mrs, J. C,
Lewis, C. II. Drown, wlfo nnd child,
Raymond Spauldlng, Chug. Strong
Perry, F. JI. Rowland, JIIss Emma
Rowland, W. C. Perry, Jlanuel Qulnl.x
WANTED Young girl to assist In
light housekeeping, lilt" Emma St.
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for
housekeeping, no other roomers, rent
reasonable 130 4 Jlatlock Ave., neir
Keeaumoku St 2180-lw
FOR SALE Cream pony saddle and
bridle. BeaUbane Elite bldg.
.1. II. MiDougil. If. E. Paxton. Tho.
Fitch and wlte. Jlrs J. Jl. Pope. JIIss
Aholo, Mir, H.Utio Hapal. Geo. Ilap.il,
D. H. Davit ma wife. A. A. Wilder.
Dr. Ed. Stapleton. Jlrs. A. Colin, JIIss
K. Colin. Mis O. P Emerson. .Mrs. E
I). Tenney. Uo children' nnd nurse,
Jlrs. Dr. Herbert nnd two children,
I'rlnce Cupid Kalanlanaole. W. II.
Campbell, C. Dulsenberg, Florence Hill,
Miss Rldgway. JIUs S. Lyman, JIIss
G. Aklna. Slatha Alameda, Jlay Wil
liams, Jlrs. E S. Tlmoteo, L. JIacfar
lane, Geo. Olhb wife and 2 children, S
Schweitzer, H. W Porter. Wm. Dick
son, Jlrs. F. P Uento and JIIss Dlas.
NEW - TO-DAY
Tin Assessor's Office.
To tho Taxpayer of the First Divi
sion. Island ol Oahu.
The Tax Assessor s books for tho
year 1902 for the several Taxation
Districts, will He open for Inspection
by persons liable tor taxation between I
the 1st and nth days of Jmy tSundavs
excepting) trora 9 o clock ln tho fore
noon uiitu 4 oc'.o. I; In the afternoon,
as lot low j
District of Honolulu.
At the AititMioi s office, Judlilary
District of Ewi and Walanae.
At the Oahu Railroad and Land Co.'s
depot. Poarl City. Ewa. between tho
1st nnd 15th das ot July, ami nt tho
court house, Watanae, between the 1t
and 5th days of July.
District of Walalua.
At tho postoffke. Walalua.
District of Koolauloa.
At the court house, Hnuula.
District of Koolaupoko.
At tho office of the Deputy Assessor,
Kaneohe JAS. W. i'ixATT,
Assessor Tlrst Division.
Honolulu. June 30, 1902. 2t8C-3t
Territory of Hawaii.
Competitive Exhibition of Fruits, Veg
etables and Plants for Money
Ptlzes and Diplomas.
Jlondny and Tuesday, July 28th nr 1
29th. 1902, In Cue Crlll Shed, Ho
nolulu. Exhibits are Invited In the various
divisions named In the following sched
SCHEDULE OF PRIZE8.
Jlnngoea Twelve specimens, two
Alligator Pears Six specimens, two
Pineapples Four specimens, two
Figs Twelve specimens, two prizes.
Watormeloni Four specimens, two
Jluskmelons Four specimens, two
lliendfrult Four specimens, two
Ornnges Twelve specimens, two
Limes Twelve specimens, two
Lemons Twelve specimens, two
Pnpnlns Six specimens, two prizes.
Grapes Six bunches, two prizes.
"Guavas Twelvo specimens, two
Peaches Twelve specimens, two
Strawberries One quart, two prizes.
Pohas One qunrt, two prizes.
Jlountaln Apples Twelvo specimens
Dannnas Rest bunch, two prizes.
Ilnnanns Rest bunch, Hawaiian
cooking, two prizes.
Ilnnnnas Rest hand, two prizes.
Coconnuts Four specimens, two
llest exhibit of fruits Two prizes,
Potatoes Irish; ten specimens, two
Potatoes Sweet; ten specimens,
Yams Six specimens, two prizes.
Cabbage Three heads, two prizes.
Cnulinovvcr Threo heads, two prizes
Celery Three roots, two prizes.
Sweet Coin Twelve cnrs.two prlzoi
ileans string; two pounds; two
lieans Shell, two pounds, two
Ileets Six specimens, two prizes.
lomntoes six specimens, tvvj
Carrots Six specimens, two prizes
Lettuce Four heads, two prizes.
Turnips Six specimens, two prizes,
Radishes Two bunches, two prizes,
Onions Six specimens, two prize.
Willi Peppers One pound, two
ury-tanci Taro Six specimens, two
wei-iand Tnro Six specimens, two
i-umpicins Four specimens, two
Squash Four specimens, two prizes
llest exhibit of Vegetables Two
Corfee Rest exhibit, two prizes.
Paddy Two pounds, two prizes,
nice Two pounds, two prizes.
Sugar Cane Ten sticks, two prizes,
Hay One bundle, two prizes.
Sorghum One bundle, two prizes.
uuinca Grass One bundle, two
niirraio (irass One bundle, two
Alfnlfa Ono bundle, two prizes.
Clover Ono bundle, two pilzes.
j-aniciim urass one bundle, two
J'otieu ratms Best collection, two
Hawaiian Palm Loulu lelo, best
one, two prizes.
llest collection of ferns (12) nt least
o distinct varieties.
Cut Flowers Best collection, tw-j
Roses Best collection, two prizes,
CnmntlonB Best collection, two
Asters Best collection, two prizes.
Orchids Best collection, two prizes.
Illma I.els Best three, two prizes.
Carnation Leis Best three, two
Jlallo Lels llest three, two prizes.
Plumarla Lels Best three, two
Tho necessary accommodation for
exhibits will bo provided by the Com
missioner of Agriculture and Forestry,
who requests notice bo sent him In
writing of Intention to oxhlbit, to P. O,
uox 532, Honolulu.
Tho exhibit opens Monday, July 28,
at 10:30 a. m., and exhibits must bo ln
placo ono hour beforo the opening, or
thoy will not bo entitled to compete
Tho steamship companies. In order
to glvo tho people of tho Islands an
opportunity to view the exhibition,
havo reduced the steamer rates ono
half, and agree to carry all exhibits
fieo of charge. For further Informa
Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry.
Commissioner Wray Taylor received
by the last mall from the Coast, the
diplomas thnt nre to be given nt the
coming Agricultural Fnlr. These dlplo
mas uro lithographed In colois on parch
inent. Tho tropical design Is very appropriate.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per vear.
ON TUESDAY, fJI,
AT 10 O'CLOCK .
At my salesroom. C5 Qui
will sell at Public Auctl
large quantity of assorte
TIiIb year's arrivals, and It
Assorted sizes of candle
cnndlcs, rockets exhibit)
screamer rockets, wlilow
parachute rockets, prism
rockets, red fire, Bengal
lights, pin wheels, trlan
star mines, devil among
bitlon assortments, elcc'tri
ironclad torpedoes, giant
punk nnd assottcd sizes of
On Wednesday, Ji
AT 10 O'CLOCK J
At my salesroom. C5 Qui
will sell at Public Auct
quantity of wooden beds,
folding beds, sprlngo, mai
rcaus, xvashstnnds. rock
oak center tables, l.ltchet
bolstered chairs, rockers
box couch, new matting.
Hires, minora, lamps, kltcl
agatcwaie, trunks, shirts,
sorted new groceries, co
large qunntlty of brand nev
tn good order.
Jas. F. Mopj
jOn Wednesday, Ju
AT 12 O'CLOCK Nl
At my salesroom, 65 CJuel
will sell nt Public Audio
or tho Terrltoiy Stables ci
bright bay horses.
JAS. F. MORQ
On Saturday, Jul;
AT 10 O'CLOCK A
On tho premises, 1152 Nin
1 will sell at Public Audit
of C. II. W. Ahl, admlnlsti
estato of C. Ahl, deceased
stock ot goods, wares, fur
tures and good will of U
business of tho said C. J
consist of koa bedsteads,
cases, koa desks, koa tab!
carved bedsteads, plain b
office desks, camphor tru
cloth, mattresses, chair
chairs, lumber, mirrors,
wicker chairs, pillows, tloi
stands, letter press. Iron b
ery wagon, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MO
FURNITURE FOR SAL
and HOUSE FO
I havo for sale tho absol
plcto furnishings ot a 5-n
somely furnished cottage, ai
for rent. Centrally located,
onablo rent; electric lights,
JAS. F. MORG
, -i .A- Vu .