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E. O. HALL
CORNER PORT AND KING 6TREKT8.
New York. June 21. A special to th Chicago. June 10. That the United
Herald from Trenton says: It has States tun operate the fastest long
been discovered that the corporations dlstanre passenger railway trains in
controlled by J. Plerpont Morgan and ' the woi hi was shown today when twen
hls associates pay In corporation taxes ty-hour trains between New York and
the entlru running expenses of the Chicago on the Lake Shore and i'enn
State of New Jersey. John O. llrooks, gylvnnla railroads rolled into thn tcrml
clerk of the corporation department, mil station? at New York and ChU.ipo,
Secretary of State's ofllce, says, out- three to four minutes ahead of lime In
tide of the court, the expenses of the each case. At schedule time tho twen
heads of the State departments and ty-hour Lake Shore trains will mako
their clerks are nut by tho fees of the every day an aveiage speed of forty
Morgan companies . nine miles an hour and the 1'ennsyl
The total annual tax Is $150,738. The , vanla trains forty-live and six-tenths
United States Steel Company com-1 miles nn hour. This average speed la
prises eight consolidated corporations, surpassed by some foielgn trains, but
and their total tnx Is $51,(109; Federal their runs nre only about half tho tiso
Steel Company pays $8737; American miles by New York Central and Lake.
Wire Cloth Company, $3250; the Am- Shore, and the 912 miles by the l'enn
crlcan Urldgc Company, $7SGC; Amen- tylvnnlii between New York and Chi-
can Sheet Steel Company. $0500; tins
American Tin Plate Company, JCOCO;
the Carnegie Company, $11,750; an J
National Steel Company, $0700.
Win Last Match
London, June 21. Tho deciding polo
game of the series of three for tho
American cup was won by the DrltUli
team at Hiirllnghnm today by a score
of seven goals to one. The teamx
Americans J. M. Waterbury. R. L.
Agasslz, Foxhall Keene, Lawrence Wa
terbury. Tngllsh Cecil Nlckalls, Patterson
Nlckalls, Oeorge Miller, Walter S.
The umpires and referee were tho
tamo as heretofore. Although the
weather was unfavorable, the club
grounds have seldom held such a bril
liant assemblage. Among tne manv
Americans present were Whltelaw
Rcld. the United States Special Em
bassador to tbo coronation, Mrs. Held
and Miss Rold: United States Embas
sador Choate and Mrs. Clioate; Michael
H. de Young, proprietor of the San
Francisco Chronicle, Mrs. de Young
and Miss de Young, and Mr. and Mis.
The latter half of tbo game was tlio
hottest placing of the kind ever seen
at Hurllngham. The score stood 0 to 1
infavor of England Just before tho
close. In the last period the Ameri
cans attacked vigorously and held tho
ball right til front of the English goal
the whole team engaged In defending
It. Just before the final bell EnglanJ
broke away and scored.
Russia Refuses To
Impose on China
London. June 22. The Peking cor
respondent of the Times, commenting
in a dispatch on the question of wheth
er the payment of the Chinese Indem
nity to the foreign powers be made In
told or silver, says the American In
terpretation of tho protocol meets
with no approval from the other gov
ernments concerned, and that a recon
sideration should show tho United
States that no service Is done to China
by listening to her nppenl. The man
darins, goes on the correspondent, wel
come the Indemnity as a means of
squeezing the people, the while plac
ing the odium therefor upon the for
eigners. The Times correspondent says that
Russia has withdrawn from the foreign
government of Tientsin and that Gen
eral Wogack, her representative, has
started for home, refusing to be a par
ty to the Imposition upon China of the
new conditions drawn up by the allied
BIG GUN IB FINISHED
New York, June 23. A 16-Inch gun,
the largest in the world, will be com
pleted at Watervllet nrsenal by Wed
nesday and sent to the United States
Government proving grounds at Sandy
ItB operations arc oxpcctej to aston
ish the world. It is the most powerful
weapon yet devised by man, and Ib ex
pected to revolutionize the are of gun
making. The work upon this gun bai
been going on for years. Monster
cranes have been constructed In order
that the various parts of the record
breaking gun may bo conveniently
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
fails to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 26 rents.
Thb Evening Bulletin, 75 cents rr
Wiekly edition of the Dull! tin $1 a
Dove Season Opens
We have ready for the clove season
100.000 Shot Gun
All Dupont Ammunition, loaded espe
cially for us. The kind that doesn't
give n headache. Parker and L, C.
Smith flunt In excellent assortment.
Shotguns troni $7 tip, also guns for
& SON, Ltd;
OF 1 JHE f ORID
The fastest train on the continent of
Europe Is the Sul express, on the
Orleans and Midi line between Paris
and Bayonne, which covers 4SG.23 mile
In S hours and 59 minutes, an average
speed of 51.13 miles an hour. The East
Coast express, between London and
Edinburgh, on the Great Northern and
Northwestern railways In England,
makes a distance of 393.5 miles In 7
horns ii ii il 45 minutes, or an average
speeil of 50.77 miles an hour. Only
59-100 miles less an hour average
speed than this Is made by the West
Coast express on the London and
Northwestern and Caledonia railways
between London and Glasgow, a run of
401.5 miles being made in S hours, or n'
nn average rate of 50.1S miles an hour.
In America the highest rate an hour
for a long-distance express train has
heretofore been mode by the Empire
State express between New York and
Buffalo, which covers 440 miles in 8
hours and 15 minutes, an averags
speed of 53.33 miles an hour.
With Dr. Leyds
Paris, June 22. The astonishing In
formation has been received here that
Dr. Leyds has had a bitter quarrel with
former President Kruger of the Trans
vaal republic, and Leyds will soon an
nounce that he Is no longer connected
In any way with the South African re
publics. It Is said Leyds recently obtained
important concessions In the Dutch col
onies and will abandon diplomacy to
devote himself to the development of
The quarrel between "Oom Paul" and
Dr. Leyds results, It Is said, from a
difference of opinion growing out ot
the recent signing of terms of peace In
South Africa by Lord Kitchener and
the Boer leaders. Kruger, as Is well
known, refuses to reconcile himself to
the death of the Doer republics, and ths
feeble old man cannot tolerate any ono
who Is of the opinion that the burgh
ers should now accept defeat grace
O. R. & L. PLAN8.
The O. It & L. Co. Is now considering
plans for the removal of the station
from Its present position until It fronts
on King street. Just above the Junction
with the road leading to Iwllcl. This
will mean the changing of the front ol
the station and the erection of a new
fence about the grounds, so that there
will appear a much better looKins
building and grounds than at present.
There will be erected along the Iwilel
road a line of fence with gates where
the switch tracks pass through, and
there will be no chance for persons tn
beat their way through and take train
without going In at the gates. In this
manner there will be a clear prevention
TRACY A LIBUTBNANT.
The following order was posted at
the headquarters of the N. G. H. yes
terday making Sergeant Clifton H.
Tracy a lieutenant:
Under the recommendation of bat
talion and regimental commanders,
Sergeant Clifton II. Tracy Is appointed
adjutant of the Second IJattnllon, First
Regiment, N. O. H., with rank as first
lieutenant, from this date, June 30tb,
A. D. 1902.
"IJy order of the Commander In Chief
"JOHN H. SOPEIl.
The movement set on foot soveral
years ago brtho members of tho Arcu
ncologlcal Institute of America to pro
vide a suitable memorial for Professor
Augustus Chapman Merriam has
reached successful completion and n
monument will . be erected soon. It
will be made after the design of E.l
ward L. Tllton, who was Dr. Merriam i
associate In Greece before the latter'"
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepower. This
Is the best lamp on the market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gat Lamp Company.
Atphaltum, tirades C. 1). and
natural in lots to suit.
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING CO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
fConttnued from nnge 1.)
In this position the blood Hows rapid
ly from the wound In the animal'
throat nna In -n few minutes death re
sults. The pulleys on which tho carcasses
hnnc ruu on tracks which run from
.!. 1.II1Ih ....n tl.vr.ilt.il tli.t U'linlu '
IUV IWIIIIIh 1'" iutw.h. "- ...w...
length of the building to the place
where they are toweled Into the wag.
ons which take them to thu meat mar
At the end of those trncks, of which
tlieiv arc four, nro automatic switch? Wednesday. July 2.
which run the rnrcasscs upou a Howo c.-A. S. S. Monna. Carey, from Syd
scale so that they can be run from the noy (June 11). Brisbane (June 19). Su
kllllng place, get weighed and shipped, va (June 21); off port at 7 a. m dock-
on the wagon wtfnottt any lifting what'
At the mnkal end of this room, whero
tho klllliiE takes nlace. Is n trap,
thmm!li which the hides are thrown
Into the basement.
There Is nlso n small pen. connected
with n runway to tho sheep pen. Hero
the sheep nre killed. There Is also n
trap Into which the entrails are thrown
Into a large tank. These are later 3n
....i r- ...!.. ,.i f,.nu,
used for vegetable garden fertilizer.
The blood runs Into a large tank and
Is also converted Into femllzer.
In the room adjoining the killing
room, the engine which runs the pulley
system and supplies the steam for the
steaming tank. Is situated. It Is a 15'
The steaming tank goes through tho
floor, the top of It being tn the englno
room nnd tho lower part In the base
ment. In the top of the steaming tank
Is an opening through which the fat
and refuse from the killing room Is
thrown Into the tank, where It
Tho basement of the building is co
incut floored. Hero the cooling trough
Is situated under the bottom of thu
steaming tank from which the liquid
fat Is drawn from faucets. After being
fooled, the fat Is put Into large barrels.
At present tho slaughter house Is fur
nished with one steaming tank only.
but soon three new ones will be In
In a corner of the basement Is a
place arranged for the salting of the
nldcs, which are thrown down from
the killing room.
In the upper story of the building are
tho offices of Dr. Monsarrot, the meat
Inspector, nnd of flic manager. W. K.
Hcllbron is In charge of tho slaughter
This morning, when operations ho
gan, the work went at a comparatively
alow rate, ns the men were not used In
me new machinery. During tho day,
twenty-eight hrad of caltle will be kill
ed. Later on, however, when the men
set used to using the new apparatus.
It Is expected that fifty or sixty head
ran be killed nnd prepared with eas"
In ono day.
Makal of the slaughter house are th
pens In which the cattle and sheep are
kept before killing. The j--ns nre larg
and roomy. They have stone pavd
bottoms nnd arc furnished with feed
rocks nnd ample water troughs.
Finally, n fine new macadamized
road leading from King stree'l to the
slaughter house Is Just being com pie t'
eu. upon tne whole, tho entire ar
rangement of the slaughter house nnd
Its surroundings has been made In a
good nnd substantial manner and tho
now place offers a great contrast to tho
old and Insanitary premises at Iwilel
In the Police Court today, Masuno, n
Japanese, was jued $10 nnd costs on
being found guilty or heedless driving
on the Kalmollllll road the other day,
at which time he drove Into a light
wagon driven by a native nnd toppled
out the latter together with two chil
dren who were with him. The Japan
ese, instead of stopping nnd ascertain
ing what damage he had done, kept on
going without even a backward look,
Judge Wilcox told the defendant that
he was undoubtedly like a great many
other drivers of his nationality. He
himself had onco hired a Japanese to
drive his carriage and, In order to make
the fellow understand Just what was re
quired of him he had taken him to the
Consulate and there told to Invariably
keep far over on the right hand side
of the street. The result was that the
next day, the Japanese attempted to
drive to town on the sidewalk on the
right hand side of the street.
One of the latest hospital luxuries Is
a telephone for the use of bedridden
patients, by which one may be In con
stant communication with the loved
ones at homo or the outside world gen
erally. A set of Instruments Is mad
for this purpose especially. It Is i
completo transmitter, receiver ami
switch, of light weight nnd durable
construction, and can bo hung nt tho
head of the bed or laid on n stand or
chair at the side. Another advautaga
and a great time saver Is the fact that
a patient can call up the nurse or at
tendant whenever needed.
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Last quarter of the tnoon 2Sth at
11:22 a. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Oeodetlc Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard TImo Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
tnut of the meridian of 157.3U. The
time whlstlo ..ows at 1::0 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich, ui 0m.
Weather Bureau, I'linnliou. July 2.
Temperature Morning minimum,
73; Midday maximum, S2,
llarometer at 9 a. m. 30.05. Irregular.
Dew l'olnt 70F.
Humidity at 9 a. tn. 77 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. July 3.
-Weather cloudy; wind light NE.
lick lie Ijound In. Lehua sighted.
Tuesday, July 1.
Am. schr. Julia E. Whnlen. Rosehlll.
, i? ,iny from San Frnnclscn. at 3 n. m.
cd nt Pacific Mall wharf at 9:30 a. in
with 3S packages of whiskey, 250 cases i
or preserved fish and 2 packages mer-
chnntlisp. Three passengers for Hono
lulu. Sails for Vancouver and Victoria
at 4 p. m. today.
Str. Mlkahata, Gregory, from Kauai
ports, at 7:40 a. m with 2S30 bags of
sugar, 230 bags rice, 12 empty gasoline
urms- " bil,,cs 1,aS8- hl,les nn1 C0
Stmr. Lehua. Nnopala. from Molokal
porRt, nt 1:30 p. m.
Tuesday, July 1
Am, bkt. Gcorglna, UraniH, for Port
Am. bkt, Irmgard, Schmidt, for San
Str. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, at 5 p. m.
Str. W. G. Hnll, S. Thompson, for
Nawlllwlll, Koloa, Eleele and Haua-
pepe. at 5 p. m.
Str. Kauai, Uruhn, for Ahuklnl, Ha
nnmaulu, Walmea and Keknha, at 5 p.
Dr. sp. Yoln, Pcneculk, for Vancou
ver, at 8 n, m.
C.-.A. S. S. Moana, Carey, for Van'
couvcr and Victoria, from Pacific Mail
wharf, at 4 p. m.
Str. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for Puna-
liiu, at 5 p, in.
O. S. S. Zealandla, Dowdell, for San
Francisco, from Oceanic wharf, nt i
From Kauai port! per stmr. M licit'
hnla, July 2. G. W. Cannon, Miss M,
Mossman, Miss Flnckler, W. I. Weill
and wife, .Mies C. Barren, Miss Stew
art, Miss A. Hush, Miss Tar wood. Mrn.
Kahalau, Miss Kahalau, J. J. Uelser,
Mr. Dyer, C. Gay, J. J. Sllva, J. Bush,
Mr. Lohr. C. Uiake, Mr. Lucbb, 11. A.
Taeger, Miss F. flush and 49 on deck.
From Sydney, Brisbane and Suva,
per C.-A. S. S. Moana, July 2. For Ho
nolulu Messrs. It. P. Glasgow, J. W.
Smith and E. O. Robinson. For Van
couver nnd Victoria Mr. and Mrs. II.
Alan Currle, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lieut
sciiiendl, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Kltt, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs,
G. N. Ruburtson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Mac
farlanc, Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin-
Brocklehuist, Mr. nnd Miss Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Gordon, Rev. B. II.
nnd Mrs. Winterbotham, Right Rov
Lord Bishop of Bnthurst and Mrs, Ca
midge, Sir Frederick Dnrley, O. C. M.
G and Miss Darley. Sir Edward Stew
art Richardson, Capt. W. Spencer Stan
hope, Lieut. It. D. Johnson, Mci
dames Johnson, Corbett, infant and
nurse, C. M, King, Phyllis Joiicb; M s
srs. W. 11. Kelly. C. W. Grant, (1.
Brunsklll, II. J. Ulph. S. S. Hudson.
H. Beechnm, C. F. Todhunter,' J. E.
Todhuntor, Col. Claude Francis, wife
and three children; Dr. T. II. Morgan,
wife and child; Mons. C. de Milley.
Grant. R. V. Glasgow nnd three chil
dren, Talbot. Cameron and maid; Mes
srs. Cameron (2), Kennedy, Cadle, F.
Miller. D. Miller, Johnson. Kelly. In
ncs, N. P. Miller, T. O. Young, W. C.
Young, F. Abraham. W. J. Gunning,
Max Boswltz, G. W. Hudson, John
urice, A. Arrowsmlth, Garrlclt, C.
Harris, G. F. Pearson. Edgar Jones,
Mr., Mrs. and Miss Newman; Mr. and
Mrs. Jnh. Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt
and four children; Mr. and Mrs. 1
I'lach and family (3) ; B. E. Shaw, E.
Cooper, valet (2); J. Caruthers, Doug
las, Naylor, Shutes, Mrs. Shepherd and
family (4); Mrs. Crlddle, Miss Mottf,
Stewart, Dent, Scblldrop, Hurley, Ca
meron, Flynn, Bray, Fox, Swarbrlck.
Black, Teague, Mrs. Oakum and family
(3); Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Misses F.
Klnton, Messrs. C. R. Boodle, J. Ilea,
S, Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Debney an J
Infant; Mrs. Madison, Mrs. EngllBh,
Messrs. Watson, Bain, Johnstone, Sills,
Ltnton, Watt, TTea'ilierliy,, Dowson,
McCourt. Clarke. Mitchell," Milne,
For Maul ports, per str. Claudlne
-II. P. Baldwin. Geo. Weight Jr., Miss
Anna Davldkon, Miss Carrie Schotz,
.Miss F. Lennon. Miss II. E. McCrackcn,
Mrs. Efflnger nnd 4 children. Miss Ke
wild. Miss Mcpherson. Miss lions. MUs
Richardson, Miss Laura Cook. .Miss A.
Buchanan, F. Robinson. Brother Rob
ert. Brother Eugenie, Brother William,
.Miss A. I.ycctt, Mrs. Merrill, Rev. W.
N. I.ono. Rev. II. K. Poepoe. It. A. Car
Ule. John Jlnga, Fuglyashl, Tang
Young, Mrs. T. Clark, Miss K. Hnnnes-
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd
FOR THE GREAT
National Stripe Buntings
Red, White and Blue Ribbons
Healani and Myrtle Colors in Hosiery,
Ribbons and Neckties
'Display your patriotism by decorating your store,
your house and yourself
I WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
Por Want Column Sec Page Six
WANTED A competent bookkeeper
would like one or two small sets of
books ( keep. Address L. N. I)., this
YOUNG lady would like nice room and
board; state terms nnd location. Ad
dress ' this office. 2188-21
TO LET Airy mosquito proof suite,
furnished: board it desired. 144 Bcr
etnnla Ave. near Fort. 218S-1W
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms for
lor's. 730 Klnau St.. near Alnpnl.
two gentlemen. At Mrs. E. M. Tay-21SS-tf
tad. Miss E. Taylor. Mrs. D. R. Vlda
nnd child. Mrs. M. Knleo and child, D.
W. Keluokamoku. wife and 2 children,
D. K. Hoiplll nnd wife, A. Martinson,
Addle Calley, Mary Von Segger, Henry
Anderson. Charles Martinson, Eddlo
Nelson and James T. Taylor.
For Kauai ports, per str. W. O. Hall,
July 1 P. Paronlnl. Miss E. Christian,
Helen Glrvln, Mr. Dclavergne, Dr.
Hl'chlnson. Emily Lmpke, Ellsworth
Conont. Bertie Delanaux. Miss Hnttle
Dicnert. Miss Cameron, Miss Katherlne
Smith, Miss Auna Sorenson, Miss Dag
mar Soren3on, Miss Grau, Josephine
Delanux. John Conant. Mrs. Paul
Lempke. George Fuller, Edith Kopke,
Mra. J. HJorth. M. Rosenbladt, Charles
Healy. H. W. Rice. Mrs. George Ka
noho, Mrs. Hills. Miss Minnie Hock
bart. Miss Katie Scharsch, and 173 deck.
For San Francisco, per O. S. Zca
Inndla, sailing at 4 p. m. tomorrow:
Brother Felix. Brother Alfred, Miss
Nlelson. Miss Rolllfson. L. H. Miller
and wife. Miss A. G. Fermane, Miss M.
I). Slmonds Mrs. W. H. Goetz. Mrs. M.
Under, Miss E. Nichols, Miss Rasmus
sen, Miss M. J. Johnston, W. C.
Greaves, Mrs. Pickett, Mrs. Ford, Miss
B. Horner. Mrs. S. de Freest, Miss Tan
ner, Mrs. Andrews. H. M. Lull, F. J.
Armstrong. C. C. Nutting, wife nnd 2
children. J. A. Merrick, Thomas Herd,
W. A. Baldwin. J. Michaels, Miss How
land, Miss Horgan. Mrs. Herrlman, M.
A. Herrlman. T. Rawley, Z. R. Meyer,
Miss M. E. Davis. .Mrs. K. C. Graff, J.
II. .Meyer. A. W. Eckerman.
For Vancouver and Victoria, per Mo
nna, sailing today at 4 p. m. Mrs. T.
C. Dnvles and party. W. Baldwin, Mis
M. E. Lewis. Miss L. Ward, Miss Lo
yeux, E. W. Estep, James Mclnerny,
Miss A. Cruzau, Miss C. Pannlhaker,
Mrs. J. Seydo and daughter. Miss R.
Arnold, T. Birmingham, Miss Frost,
Mrs. Shingle. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kin
ney nnd child, H. S. Griggs, O. Sellers.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Schdter. M. H.
Marx, A. D. Dlston, Miss Lampman,
Mrs. Danford and child, John Lenty,
Mr. and Mrs. Elchberg. G. Schneider.
Miss J. C. Van Nostrand. Miss S. L.
Bylngton. Miss N. B. Simons, Miss Has
forth, S. C. Anderson, W. M. Burns, Mr.
nnd Mrs. John Welter, Mrs. Chilton
nnd daughters. Mrs. Plstolesl, Mr. and
Mrs. Judge, J. A. Collier, H. M. Whit
ney, Mrs. J. W. Leonhardt, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Bailey nnd child, A. R. Gal
laehson, Mr. and .Mrs. A. W. Worm,
Mr. and Mrs. Pyper, Miss Chalmers,
Mr. and Mrs. J, It. Elrecht, Geo. A.
Dnrrows, Mr. and Mrs. Burke. Miss E.
Hart. Miss A. J. Gardner, J. W. Mason,
C. Waldeler, .Miss Grade Barrett, Mrs.
A. Ahlo, Dr. John Weddlck and ten
A correspondent of the London Spec
tator tells how a young man came to
confess to nn Irish priest In London
whose experience or tne humors of his
fellow-countrymen would fill a book.
"Well, my man." said the priest, "nnd
how do you earn your living?" "I'm an
acrowbat. your rlvercnce." The priest
was nonplussed. "Ill show what I mane
In n brace of shakes," said the penitent.
nnd In a moment was turning himself
Inside out In the most approved aero-
lintlc fashion In and out of tho pews.
An old woman who had followed him
to confession looked on horrified.
'When It comes to my turn, father,"
she g&Bped, "for the love of Cod don't
put a penance- on me like that; It 'lid
be the death of me!"
4th of July Parade
TRADE FLOATS Three Prizes.
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
I Three Prizes.
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 aro Invited to pa
All those Intending to participate in
tho parade will please notify the
Grand Marshal, Col. Jas. H. Boyd, ot
I such Intention on or before July 1st,
i bo that a place In the procession may
be assigned to Buch Intending partici
pants. I PARADE COMMITTEE.
JULY 4th, 1902
PEARL HARBOR COURSE
FIRST RACE-FOUR-OARED SHELL
Races will start at 9:30 a. m. after
arrival of train. Special train will
leavo station nt 8:45 a. m. returning
Immediately after tlio races, and will
arrive In town before noon.
Round trip tickets 75 cents.
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell nt PUBLIC AUC
by order of the heirs of J, C. Strow,
deceased, that certain tract of land sit
uated at Laupahochoe, Island ot Ha
waii, containing 92,3 acres, fenced,
with all of tho Improvements thereon.
Improvements consist of dwelling
nouse of five rooms, coffee pulping ma
chine, drying house, two 5000-gullon
wooden tanks nil In good condition.
About ten acres of said land now
planted In coffee, In good condition
nnd well cultivated, Laud adjoins
that of E. W. Barnard.
Upset price $1000. Terms, cash, U.
S. gold coin. Deed nnd expense cf
transfer to bo at cost of purchaser. Im
mediate possession given. For further
Information, address E. W. Barnard,
Laupahoohoc, Hawaii, or Russell li
Wntson, Attorneys for Heirs, Honolu
lu. JAMES F. MORGAN,
8end the weekiv edition of the Bui.
In to your friends. Only $1 a yar.
65 Queen St.
FOR THE 4th
Oil THURSDAY, JULY 3rd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, a very
largo quantity of assorted fireworks.
This year's arrivals, and In good order.
Assorted sizes of candles, oxhlbltlnn
cnndles, rockets exhibition rocket.),
screamer rockets, willow Irco rockets,
parachuto rockets, prismatic dragon
rockets, red flro, Bengal lights, hluo
lights, pin wheels, triangle wheeK
star mines, dovlt nmong tailors, exhi
bition assortments, electric torpedoes,
Ironclad torpedoes, giant torpedoes,
punk and assorted sizes of flags.
Jas. F. Morgan,
On Saturday, July 5th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
On tho premises, 1152 Nuuanu street,
I will sell at Public Auction, by order
of C. II. W. Ahl. administrator of tho
estate of C. Ahl, deceased, all of the
stock of goods, wares, furniture, fix
tures and good wilt ot tho furniture
business of tho Bald C. Ahl, GooJs
consist of koa bedsteads, koa book
cases, koa desks, koa tables, Chlncso
carved bedsteads, plain beds, tables,
office desks, camphor trunks, vases,
cloth, mattresses, chairs, folding
chairs, lumber, mirrors, counters,
wicker chairs, pillows, clocks, w-ash-stands,
letter press. Iron safes, deliv
ery wagon, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Beretanla street. 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; ono-half casli, bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
bt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
froperty has n-frontago on Klnau SC
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kltclien, Bath,
latge Carriage House. Price $4500.
Terms, ono-half cash; balanco on
rrortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lo
has a right of way entranco to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. nd.
joining lot 2. Frontngo on KInnu St.
ICG feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
$4000. Ono-half ensh, balance on
n'ortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
GOME AND INSPECT THEM
65 Queen St