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Tritium at $2.50 p r ulume Will be dillviiid mi tlixt pn)iucnt.
Telti)honc White IHHI
SJR1HD1N6 OF LIFE
OF PROMINENT MAN
Qarls Richardson of Hilo Young
YUa hen He Touched at
IdMds Leaves Big
'Charles IlkhardHon, the Uilo kanu
alum the nad news of wtiose death
uiLinr U ln'lemt tele.aphy Saturday,
-va. vt known not only In me town
dX hit adoption, but In Honolulu, and,
ikilcLuu over the Hawaiian Islands.
Decc&M'd was ubout 75 ears of ago
ai ihi- thuc of his death and for sever
jtjears had been a sufferer from asth-
aia aw! vi utTeitlou of the spleen, Snv
l itami during tK past two or three '.. ..-r .u ue ul ,.,. num..,,.,. .
3r. bit me wus despaued of. but his mediate possession given For further
'jpV'iuliil canstltutl m came to his aid
ai vcuiderful manner anil he was
aidr o Mem the tide.
However, ench onu of these Illnesses
-us a itTi'rv dtaln, and the final at
tack Ml bim In a faorable condition
'Jar the dread call of death.
Chatlcs Hlchaidson numbered amont;
tit frieads in Hllo and throughout thn
"Jilunds the most intluentlal men of
4nck communlt, and among the IIu
r7itlnn raillciilnrly he was much bo
Uived cm account of Ills many deeds of
tttnttKvi. unheralded to Cue world. et
.ill tfc nioro effectUe for that ery
Heaton. His was a kindly heart. il
d M-en the worHt of hard times, and
into his heart there crept and icnialn
Jt that most praiseworthy attribute of
.T-vclatlon of the hardships of other
nhich tier moed him townrd on
fmcTwnitfon of the troubles of others,
l"bcr white or brown.
Charles Richardson came to H0110
3afu as a very young man, traveling
nkay tram his home In tnc State uf
TtTTOont to the Atlantic seaboard and
rttimce aniund the horn to these Isles
f the I"acinc which he had since that
tune called his homo.
Ke vas a ship's carpenter and, set.
"Kinc ilonn In Hllo, he piled his trade.
nriug np his money, dally becoming
'am cnod terms with the people. IU
tlien came to Honolulu for a time, but,
f ndlne Hilo to bo more to his llklns.
nturord there. He then married a
Jtauillan lady of good family known
rtn the natives as Akana and whoso
ulKtrra arc Mrs. Jules Richardson of
TKfln and Mrs. August Ahrens of Oaliu
Tiiutittuus. and started lu on tho sit
txr business at Walakea.
Uiriirg umassed a small fortune, de
imtrMt pttrchaM'd Kapapala ranch,
3w Vhe properly of C. Drewcr & Co ,
and remained there until the late snv
rutin, when he sold out and returned
'! JIUn. there to enter Into the lumber
badness. In this work he continued
emit lire or six years ago, when, on
tenant of III health, he retired, selling
nt to Iie Hllo Mercantile Company.
Docra.vd leaves two daughter Miss
'.Oram Kichardnn, who was educated
mi ilrt) Marnland, whither she journey
ird -Kith her mint when hut eight years
f avse; returning only a few years ago,
fad Mrs. Wakefield. Doth these ladles
are ivsldcnts of Hilo and were togeth
rr M-(th the sot rowing widow nt til"
ilKWde of tho loving patent and hu
luiirf at tho tlmo of his death, at Olau,
tt 7:3U a m , Saturday, July 5.
Tliicenscil leases a vast estate, con
ilsllns of real estates, shares In sugar
-yitntafloBs and the like Tho itxecu
Win named In tho will are Messrs '$
C Kennedy and Sutton of Hllo and
Jmrust Ahrens, manager of Onhu plan
tlotiin. Mr. Ahrens Is u awaiting a
4rfrcJos to determine whether or no
'fte shall depart In the Klnau for Hllo
Dove Season Opens
We have read for tin dove season
100.000 Shot Gun
All Dupont Ammunition, loaded espo-
inlly for us Hie kind that floosn't
KiM' n headache Parker niul L. C.
Smith guns In excellent assortment.
Shotguns I mm $7 up. also ruiis fur
& SON, Ltd;
LY O IN,
JOO-HOI .IUDD 15UILDING.
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At ni) salesioom, 05 Queen street Ho
noluln. I will sell at PUlil.IC AUC
b) order of the heirs of J. C. Strow,
deceased, that certain tract of land sit
uated at Laupahoehoe, Islauil of Ha
waii, containing 92.3 ncies, fenced,
with all of the Improvements thereon.
linproements consist of dwelling
nouse of (he rooms, coffee pulping ma
chine, doing house, two 5000 gallon
wooden tanks all In good condition.
About ten acres of said land now
planted tn coffee. In good condition
and well cultivated. Land adjoins
'that of K. W. Harnartl.
I Upset price $1000. Terms, cash, U.
S gold coin. Deed and expense rf
1. r ... 1 . . I I...
Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, or Kussell &
Wutson, Attorneys for Heirs, Honolu
111 JAMES F. MORGAN,
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday August 3th. 1902, nt
12 o'clock noon nt the front entrain e
of the Judicial)' building, will he sold
at Public Auction, the leases of tho
following lands, situate In the district
of Kau, Hawaii.
1. Lands of Kaalaala, Kaloull, Mo
hokapu and I'ohakuloa, containing an
men of 3119. Do acres, a little more or
Term Hie jenrs, from January 1.
Upset rental $2000.00 per annum,
payable seml-anniiaTTy In adiance.
2. All of the forest lands lying be
tween lands of Kealwa and Kapapaln.
Term Twenty-one years.
Upset rental $200.00 per annum,
payable semiannually In adiance.
Lease to be sold under iorest condi
tion. Kor plan and further particulars
may bo had upon application nt tho
Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
EDTVAIID S. IIOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office, July 2, 1902.
Public Lands Office. 2190-3t
POLICn COURT N0TD8.
There wcro twenty-threo cases c.f
drunkenness In the Police Court this
morning, showing that tho Fourth of
July and Saturday, the Gth. aro bad
dntcs to run together In such close
proximity, particularly when the
Fourth of July falls on Friday. In
each case, the fine aas as usual, hut
In three very bad cases, tho lino was
$G and costs.
Kolopapela, tho roan who disturbed
a lady of his own raco In her rights of
tnro patch, and who W. O, Smith soys
Is not in full control of tho gray mnt-
ter In his thinking apparatus, was sen
tenced to three months' Imprisonment
at hard labor on the charge of lagran-
Raymond Dorry was sentenced 10
two months' Imprisonment nt haul h
bor on the charge of vagrancy, nnd
Mlamoto and Hlokt two Japaneso
charged with liming assaulted an obi
man with n dangerous weapon, had
their cases nolle prosd on account uf
the non appearance of tho complaining
Ohio has a trolley line which has In
troduced sleeping cars on Its long
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepowcr. This
In tho best lamp on the market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Qas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. D. and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing,
HAWAIIAN TRADING GO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
WAIAU AND II0N0ULIULI
HEARS BANG OF GUNS
One Man Shoots 94 Birds and An
other 63- -AH Hands
Had a Fine
'there wcie in the neighborhood of
dortn Jollj hitnteii who went dov n th
mad jestcid.iy to take ndinntage ol
the splendid dole hunting tint If to m
round nnywhi'te along the O It. . I
t'o h 11 tie ihiwu the ronil fiom Aln.i
to Kahuku. Thc hunters were nil
hunihcd up In the 'baggage iar ahead
ill outer to lake care of their dogs.
'I his ciowd wjs a slglitli one iihcn It
Hailed out from Honolulu but the lie
draggled, gore bespatteicd. red-faced.
hand scratched an. I withal , happy
hunters that returned In the afternoon
train was hardly recognizable.
Six of tho nowd left the train nt
Walaii and went up into the i-cshly cut
rlie fields maiika. 1w moie chopped
off at Pearl City and four waited until
they had nrrlied at Honoulliill.
The O It U L. Co.'s trains, right on
time ni usual, landed the hunters nt
their respective places In plent of tlmo
to begin the good work early.
The six hunters at Walau secured thi
banner bag of the day. killing In nil
ohout 320 doies or an nierage of about
53 apiece. One of the number Killed 91
birds. To show that these six huntem
were earnest in their work, It might bo
mentioned that, with the exception of
one man, every mothet's son of them
was hit by shot fiom the guns of tho
others, Fortunately there was no serl
cms Injury done beyond the act of sit
ting down rather uncomfortable for one
of the hunters.
The two who alighted at Pearl City
got about 30 birds between them while
the four who got out nt Honoulliill got
125 between them, the best Inillildual
hag being G8, the second 31 and the
The hunters at Walau got soaked tn
the skin by means of n heaij shower
that lasted a full quarlcr of an hour.
'1 he other hunters got nothing but the
hottest kind of sunlight.
The hunting on the outskirts of tho
city Is very bad this year nnd muny of
the )Oiing men who haie gone out dm
Ing the past week are at n loss to know
the reason why since In former jear;
there has nlwus been fine hunting,
twent) nnd thirty hlids an afternoon
being nothing unusual.
The rcusou very probably lies in tin
fact that the Chinese of the iie plan
tation!, haie ben purchasing shotguns
und slaughtering the birds in the off
seiibon. It is likewise known that hoys
haie been In the habit of lobbing the
nests of doles nnd of eien flapping
them while setting.
A man connected with one of the
hardwaie stores of the city said to a
llullctin reporter today: "We sell Just
as much ammunition to Chinese durini;
the off as during the open season und
I haie seen these ery men shooting at
doles in tho off season. There Is i
law against such work as this and tho
hunters of the city should get together
nnd do something to prcient this kind
of tiling. It Is a shame and should b
put a stop to. Very soon, there w 111 he
no more hunting on the island. It l
bad enuiigh now,
Hllo, July 5. Tho second meeting
of the Olan Republican Club was held
at Its rooms In Olaa Friday eienlng,
June 27th, II. F. McStocker lu tho
The principal business of the even
Ing waB tho election of permanent offl
cers and resulted In the following
members being chosen after a spirited
contest: President, S. O. Walker;
first vlco president; Wm. A. Ward,
second vlco president, F. J, Williams;
secretary, A. O. Curtis; assistant sec
retary, Carl Qlddlngs; treasurei, Hen
ry Qerlach; executive committee, Geo.
Pratt, J. Q. Armstrong, V. C. Dorian, J,
Kelley, A. U. Mlnvlelle; Judges of elec
tion, J, W. XhnmaB, John Hamilton, I
E. Tulloch, '
A pleasing feature of tho evening
was a campaign song by Captain Kelly
and a stump speech from President
A number of natives were present
und took a lively Interest In the pro
ceedlng. It Is very encouraging when
such prominent Hawailans as D. Moku,
Kaluna, Joseph Kokalanl and Moses
N'nla walk up and sign the Republican
George Paty, at Eleicn Miles, will
piobahly ho tho Club's cholco to repre
sent this district tn the next LeglBla
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Last epiarter of tho moon 28th at
11 22 a m.
Tides from the United Stales Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul nnd Hllo occur
about au hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
mat of tho meridian of 1B7.3U. Tho
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m whlcn
Is tho eauie as Greenwich. On 0m.
Weather llureau Punnhoii. July 7
Tcmpeinture Morning minimum,
72, Mlddu) maximum. S.'..
tintometer ut 9 a in 30.03 Steady.
Dew Point VA
Hiinildltj nt 'I n. m. 17 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station lul)
7. Wcatliei ni) dial, wind fresh NIJ
Sunday. July 0.
St on- riniullne I'nrker. I Kim Maul
ports, with ST1 bags of sugar. 40 sacki
potatoes. 21 hogs, 2 horses. 010 slieetn
fumigated lion 91 packages of sun
Stinr. W O Hall, S Thompson
fiom Knunl ports, with 019 bags of su
gar, 1,2 pai kngg of sundries and 2
bags of oln.
Am. bkt Robert Sudden, 47 dav
fiom Newcastle with coal.
Monday. Jul) 7
Sir. Klnau I'leeinau. fiom Hllo mid
way poits. nt ii a m.
O. S. S Ventura Ilaiward. from S)d
ney (June 23), Auckland (.Mine 27). and
Piigo Pago (Jul) II with S pabsengeri
and " tons caigo for Honolulu and 73
pnssi ngers for San I'lanr-lsio; ilo'kcl
nt the Ountiii whaif nt lu u. in
Stmr. Neau. Mosher. for Knnunpall
Lnhalna. Hotiokaa and Kiikuihnele, at
5 p m.
Stmr Wnlolenle, for Ahuklul nnd
lliiunmaiilu, nt 5 p. ni.
Stmr. Lehiia, Naopala, for MoloUil
ports, at 5 p. in
O. S. S. Ventuin, Hajwaid, for Kau
I'rnnclsco. at 9 a. m.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, for Hllo and
way ports, at noon.
Stmr. Manna l.oa, Slmerxon, for La
halnn, Maalaea, Kona and Kau potts,
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, lor Maul
ports, at 5 p. in.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, fot
Kauai ports, at 5 p. m.
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. Ven
tin a. sailing tomorrow rooming, lrom
Oceanic whaif. at 9 o'clock. Miss
Mary L, Gardner. W. II. Scott and wife.
H. C Wall. Miss Mary Afong, Miss 1).
Jl. Afong. Mrs. p. H. McStocker and
three children, Dr. J. S. lllshop, wlfu
and two children; .Jts. W. T. Holden
M. J. Kennedy and wife, (3. D Graham
anil wife. Miss Ella Scott, John Ella,
Win (lodgers, Mr. and .Mis. Geo. l.eh
mer. Mis. Schmidt, Mrs. McCully-llig-
tins, Mrs. Captain Goodwin, Miss
Dron, Mrs. K. A. Finser and two chll
dim, Mrs J. D. Spreckels, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dow Ing a ml daughter, Miss E.
lliimiUK. W C Wet Jon, Mis. G. W.
Fletcher. Miss Mnrx, Miss Whlttnknr,
Mrs. (' J Lewis, Mrs W. King. Mrs,
Charles Kellogg. Miss A Kellogg, Hcv,
O Wilson. C A. Pntk nnd wife, Miss
L. .ilc-Nai) Mis. A. Jaeger and daugh
ter. A. Jiieger. Mrs. 1 W Andeison,
three chlldlu and maid, Miss M. G.
llorden, Miss M. M. Cooke, O. H. Sny
dei. wife and child; Q. II. Ilurr). ltev.
A. Mackintosh, Mis. M Tophnm. J. W.
Mason, J. I). Campion, T. Stern, lion.
S. If, Damon, Mrs. Lancaster. Mrs. A.
M. Congdon, L. A. Thurston nnd ton,
W. II. Heen. Miss Mao lloehii. Miss
Evelyn lloelui, Dr. C. II. Douglas and
wife, T D. Cordon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Klein
nnd children, Miss A. L. Gammon
.Mis. M.T. Slmontou,lr. and Mrs. Pei.
K if t and two children, Geo. I). Mussel,
Al. Tobln. Chns. Klnunlgan. Mrs. Low
Ins, Mis. J. N. Henry, MIsh Lnmpman
Miss Kellner, E. J. Hardgce.
From San Frnnclsco, per O. S. S. So
noma, duo to arrive here Wednesday
morning. W. W. Ilruner nnd wlfo,
MUs A. F. Johnson. Mrs. O. W. Hoard
man, Mis. G. It. Carter, child and
nurse, Mrs. Goldwntcf. A. C. Russell
and wife, II. IL Austin, Miss M. Aus
J T McCrosson N A Judil W
j i. .wirosson, .-, a. juiiu, i.
lenbeck. C. A. Urown. TV. T. nrK.
, F Hume, F. n. Hume. A. Caro.
Miss N T. Haw ley, W. H. Mays. Miss
E. J. Hamilton, E. lllshop, Mrs. Sarah
Jacobus, Mr. Sedgwick and wlfp, E.
cnypiess, .Miss M. Fisher, W. P. Jones,
M. Parker, Miss Marie Orr, II. Lack-
man, P C. Jones and wife, A. It. Mor
row, Mm. McAdory, W. G. Smith, Mrs.
E, Hi oh y, Miss Hasklns.
THE REAL ARTICLE.
Here Is ono of Secretary Shaw's
stories: "A friend of mine," said tho
secretary, "gave a dinner once to some
rural gentlemen from Iowa, He fur
nished them the best of ever; thing,
teuapln and canvasback duck Th
climax of the feast waB a watermelon
Into which had been emptied two quarts
of champagne When the farmers be
gan to eat the watermelon the) smiled
nnd smacked their lips nnd ate again.
Then, of one accord, they slipped Into
their pockets a handful of the seeds
They wanted to raise somo of the same-
kind of melons on their own farms."
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Ilogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Notwithstanding tho excellence of American printed and wash
able dress good ai stated in o-tr recent ndiertlscment of an "Amer
ican Sale we still halo to go to Europe for certain line fabrics, such
its Embroidered Kttemlnes nnd Swisses, which arc worked out In ex
quisle dMtgns nnd color combinations nnd largely take the place of
silks fir summer and evening wear.
Thli week we offer ONE HUNDRESS DRESS PATTERNS, no
two alii a of these fashionable goods, at Special Sale. The reduction
Is liberal as shown by prices quoted:
$18 00 Embroidered Ettemlnet and
$16.C0 Embroidered Ettemlncs and
$15.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
$12.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns ..
$10.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns ..
$ 8.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns .
$ 6 00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns ..
This sale will close Saturday Evening, July 12.
Tor Want Column Sec PiiRe Six
WANTED Position b) flrst-clnss
I male) stenographer nnd Dpewrlter
fro mtli States A-l references. It,
SHORTHAND taught thoroughly and
briefly, private tuition P. Maurice
McMahon Oenl Dety.. City. 2191-lw
LOST A No 3 Eastman l.odnk nt
landing of stmr W O. Hall In Hnwn.
1 I. l.n., l.. ITll, t'. r.
ward for teturn to office. Hawaiian
LOST Will party who took whlto slllc
shawl by mistake from 1151 Union
St Saturday evening June 28, kind
ly return same nn receive reward.
NEW - TO-DAY
MORTGAGEE'S NOTIGE OF IN
TENTION OF FORECLOS
URE OF SALE,
Notice is hereby given tliat pursu- the extent of the injuries, he continual
ant to the Power of Sale contained In ' complained of excruciating pains lu
Hint rertaln mortKnee dated March
20th. 1901, made by W. All Chee (W.'
Achee) trading as Wong Fook Chan or
11.1.M1 dn, u- iinunii Torritn.
ry of Hawaii as Mortgagor, to C. H.
Akl.ofKau Hawaii, as Mortgagee, and
recorded In the Registry of Convey-
ames. Honolulu Terrltor) of Hawaii.'
. . .... .,, ., . nc .i oon .!.
in ..I... . .... . u , mSC o .., . ...
Mortgagee Intends to foreclose tho
wiiii amriK.iK ioi i-oiiuiiiuii i..-n
to iilt. nnn-p.iniunt of piinclpal and
Interest when due
Notice is llkowlse giien that the
property convej-u n) saui .nongage
will be sold at Public Auction at the
niutlon rooms ot James V Morgan,
Queen street Honolulu, on Saturday,
the 2tith da) of July 1902 at 12 noon,
The property colored by said niort-
gngu consists of all that certain build-
lug nnd Its appurtenances, situate and
being at Hatekli. South Kona, Hawaii,
Teirltory of Hiwall, now and from the
erection thereof used Ijj said Mortga-
gor as htore and residence.
Together with all the rights, eaBe-
meutB and prlillnges thereto belonging.
C. If. AKI,
Ily W. J. YATES his attorney In fact,
Term r-ch- deeds nt exnense of
For further particulars apply to
HARRY T. MILLS.
Attmey for Mortgagee.
Dated Keilikekua. Hawaii, July 1st,
IN THE CinCUIT COUIlT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate, in tho Matter
of the Estate of J. K Kaunamano. lato
' Honolulu Oahu Deceased, Intestnto.
etltlon haiin? been filed by Maria
,aahao Kaunamano, widow of sad n-
timlnla imnitlnif flint- I nlno nf lilmln.
"-. lJ."h .! .i.. U. U. ..-
Istrotlon upon said estate be Issued to
j. i.iBimoui nouce is nereoy given
that Monday, the 11th day of AugUBt,
, ii, 4iu., ui iu o ciuciv u. in., uc inu did not gee him.
Judiciary building In Honolulu, Oahu. High Sheriff IJrown ordered Ulnck
Is appointed the tlmo and placo for burn to put up his horse and return to
hearing said petition, when and whore tho police station. He did this and
all persons concerned may appear nnd was put below on tho charge of luiestt
show cause, If any they have, why said gation. The police will make a com-
petition should not he granted.
Honolulu, Oahu July 5, 1902.
Ily order of the Court
A G KAULUKOU,
Magoon & Peters, attorneys for pa-
J191 July 7, 11, 21, 28.
Dr. Hodeins nas removed from Ala-
kea street to Deietanla street, opposite
tho Hawaiian Hotel. Practice limited
to tho Eyes, Ears Nose and Throat.
The New Jprsey flee Keppers' Asso
ciation becks to secure the enactment of
a la wto suppress contagious diseases
Swsls Dress Patterns
Swiss Dreit Patterns
Swiss Dress Patterns
. .$ 8.50
. $ 6.50
. $ 5.00
(Continued ftom Page I )
ami threw- him to the ground. He was
powerless to act anil was not only
trampled on In the region of the abdo-
mcn '' tho horse but was hit In the hip
by one of the front wheels of the hack
nnd thrown violently to one side, Just
barely escaping another hack proceed
Ing along the stieet at the same time.
Col, Hawes was picked up by It M
von Holt nnd others who were on the
street nt the time of the accident and
carried Into the Pacific Hardware Co.'s
offices. There the Injured man was laid
" flr' " J'" 1'ad been
luiijiup, ui-iiik lioni us u giniun. L.ui:n-
Dr. Herbert wns near nt hand nt
tho time of the nccldent and he wnl
iueu '" " ""eun mi- mjun-u mau
The people In the offices were icry
kind nnd did all In their power to assist
In making comfortable the Injured man
The police were on the sceno lu lesj
than a minute s time and, superintend
cd by Cnptaln Parker, the crowd was
kept away from tho place,
Col. Hawes was perfectly conscious
although badly cut on the back of tha
head, the nose nnd the right e)e. anil
having been scierely hurt In the region
of the abdomen and on the right side,
presumably by being stepped upon by
the horse attached to hack 129. While'
Dr. Herbert was trying to ascertain
the right side,
Finally Dr. Herbert resorted to the
hypodermic syringe and the patient was
made more comfortable. Police ofneers
no ln ""ll a etcher and Col.
aes. "a 1" ? hl8,a' to
Queen s hospital n the patrol wagon.
1U8nt ", u-'lT,, l' 1!"
"1 probably not bo fully ascertained
untl, after tlipro hag boen a compIctu
,nvc8t,Bat0n nnd the 6tore, , tho .
rloU8 wltne8sca aro tll0 iiailu8 ot tll0
I Snentntnrs stnln (lint tlieie were Iwn
iacl(8 comng iound on Merchant
street from Fort nt tho time. Andrndo
took lhc rgllt iam, 8lle lU intention
evidently being to go down to the end
0( tno ino 0( i,aCKs of the 113 stand,
turn In and take his place. Illackburn.
the drlier of hack 129, eildentl) had
the same thing In his mind hut went
about It In a different wny.
Whereas Audrade took t'rlght side
of tho street, Illackburn went to the
left of him nnd. his hotse going faster,
Iwas scon abend.
It was Just nt nbout this time that
Col. Hawes started to cross the street.
"e et m rront or litacKbiirn s nack
'and then, seeing Andrado's following
closely on the right hand side, hesltat-
" and was struck and thrown to tha
ground by the horse attached to the
Illackburn stopped, saw- to the dcliv
cry of the bundle of the lnjuied man
and later on went to the police station
to glie himself up. Ilelng sharply
questioned by High Sheriff Drown, he
,oI,tII thc f'ns story:
, "u " "uv m uiu un-oi-uun o.
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1"" '1,M ? mir.r," aM a.d.ra); "u
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mold both. I did not see the man until
,,0 wag (1rect, ,n frQnt Qf
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itij ivii uiiii i nus uuiiih in) ueac lu
,,,,, , wag m)t golnB fa8t at le t,me
, surely nouhl not ,,ae (lrlvcu mer
tn0 man hail , seen ,,,, nB mint have
como out flom behIld tue dray ,or ,
plete Inquiry this afternoon.
SUGAR O.N HAWAII.
Commodore Geo. C. Deckley of thu
Klnau has kindly furnished the llullc
tin with the following list of sugar left
on tho Dig Island up to Saturday after
noon, July 5: Olaa, 30.021; Walaltea
none; Hawaii Mill, none; Walnnku
3000; Onomea. 5500; Pepeekeo, IC00;
Hononiu, 10,0000, Hakalau. 4000: Lau
pahoehoe, none; Ookala, 4000; Kukal-
none.au, 5000 (Kalulaul loading), Ha
makim, 3700; Pnnuhau, 3700: Panuhau,
none; Honoknn, none; Kiikulhuehi, 300,
Piinuluu, none, and Honunpo. none
Kaiser William has a habit of pulllns
his car when he Is annoyed.
65 Queen St.
ON TUESDAY, JULY 8th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho residence. No. 02 Ilcretaula
street, next to tho new Sachs build
ing, I will sell nt public auction tho
cntlro household furniture, consisting
of parlor furniture, rugs, curtains,
matting, beds, bureaus, wnshstands.
lockers, chairs, tables, toilet sets,
springs, mattresses, bed clothes, din
ing table, chairs, meal safo, wardrobes,
rtockery, kitchen utensils, ferns and
A largo quantity of furniture.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Furniture and Law
On Wednesday, July 9th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order
of Mrs. J. A. Hasslngcr, oak bureaus,
rockers, chairs, curtains and poles,
Hawaiian tapas, beds, hanging lamp,
u. nner set, crockery, ferns and palms,
Hawaiian Reports 1, 2, 3, 4, C, C; Laws
1860-1872; Penal Code 18C9; Civil Code
1859; Compiled Laws, Land Claims,
Notaries anH Conveyancers Manual;
English-Hawaiian Dictionary, Hawaii
an Tariff and Digest, Session Laws,
18G4, 18G5, 1881, 1882. 1881. 1S8C. 18S7,
1888. 1890, 1892, 1893, 1894. 1895, 1893,
1898; standing desk, sectional book
case, rollertop desk, Douglas chairs,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On THURSDAY, JULY 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the Union Feed Co. warehouse on
Queen street, lwlll sell at public auc
tlon, by order of the Washington Mer
cantile Co., tho balanco of the grocer
ies, slightly damaged by fire nnd w li
ter, consisting of corned beef, toast
beef, lunch tongue, assorted canned
fruits, canned vegetables, spices, ex
tracts, syrups, molasses, baking pow
der, olivo oil, stove polish, huhach,
soap teas, coffees, olives In glass,
pickles, chow chow, mustard, choco
late, cocoa, deviled ham, chicken and
turkey, poha Jam, guava Jelly, Califor
nia Jams and jellies, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Derotanla Btreet, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Ileretanla utreet, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; ono-balf casti, bal
anco on mortgago 7 1-2 por cent.
SECOND Promlsea 259 Klnau St.,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f roperty has a frontago on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three. Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltclien. Rath,
la i go Carrlago House. Price $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lo
has a right of way entrance to Here
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad-
Joining lot 2. Frontage oa Klnau SL
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One half cash, balance on
p'ortgago at 7 1-2 por cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla SL
Turther particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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