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RVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1902
For Gas Lamps
Tho town hns been out of rnlclum carbide for some tlmo Not oul
now as c have Just received a large shipment The greatest gas
ble)cle lump la Die new
20th Century Lamp
It Is made of oxidized nickel Does not tarnlih nor rust nnd the
light Is the most brilliant and reliable obtainable
E. O. HALL
CORNER POUT AND
Open Cutting of
New York June 19 Somewhat to
the mil prise of the Had? Arbiu klu
Ill-others tottered their prices for r
flne-el sugars ." points on all guides )es
tenia nmriiluit H II Howell. Son &.
Co, representing the National Sugar
Tteflnlng C'utnpaii). at unci nn t the lit
as Tar as bald sugars wen- eeinecinud.
but illil not ih.uige tin lr priees lor the
oft gindi" No i biiuge was made b)
thu Ametieim Sugai Relltilng I'oinpati)
in Its list prices but It was IntlmaUd
b) brokers lh.it the tomp.m had a
repted orders at the reduced into
The ut makes the maiUef I " ee-nt
a pound for giiuiulated Though flltf.
open cuts In pi Ices we-ie unexpected. It
nut s.ild In some trade quarters thnt
they weio the illiect lesult of sharp
romixtltlon of late between the ullti
It Is understood that rate lulling Inn
Men done and that es(enla s tuts
were made to conform to the lower
rates that hnve pre ailed It Is said
that the bulk of the large business to
ccntly booked was taken on tin hast"
of 4 iA cents
Banker Mickey for
Governor of Nebraska
Lincoln Nell June lis The Ropilb
llcna State Convention met nt 2 30
n clock today Norrls Ilrowu pieslded
as temporal chairman, and his decla
ration that Nebraska must slnml fot
Roosevelt wtis eutuuslastlcally cheer
ed. He said that It was the dut of Ne
braska to stnnd back of the President
In the execution of every pollc) In tho
Philippines nnd In Cuba that McKlnlc)
conceived and n s successor Is endeav
orlng to execute. S P. Davidson, ol
Johnson was elected permanent chair
man and balloting for Governor was
On the thirteenth ballot J. II .Mick
ey. n banker of Polk county, vvns aoml
nated for C.overnor
The plnlfurm adopteil affirms tho
Philadelphia platform ami commends
I'rcsldent Itoosevelt on bis Cuban reel
proclty policy Ills hold stand against
unlawful combinations In restraint of
trade and his championship of irrlga
000O0O O Os0Os0OsX0000000 o-ooooooo
London County -
for 5 wkts.
for 8 wkts.
Surrey - - -
Essex - - -
Oxford - - -
M.CC- - -
England - - -
Yorkshire - -
Lancashire - -
Cambridge - -
England- - -South
3J4 for 6
356 for 7
SECOND TEST MATCH,
The second test match, like tho first,
iau, owing to weather conditions, end
ed In a draw This, of course, is nn
unsatisfactory teimlnatlun; but, per
haps, after all, it wus as well, us tho
, JiustrallaiiH, In coiiteemcncu of the 111
ness of several membeis of the team,
wrro not likely to have dono them
selves Jiibtlce. As It was, the hour and
half's play posslblo provided its heu -
& SON, Ltd:
Five Hours Rioting
in Paterson Strike
l'nteron Tune ls The S weeks old
ill Ike of the sllu d.vers helpers devel
oped todn Into riot and mob vlulenn'
whli h raged for five hums uiieheikcd
b) the rollce who nt the outsit weio
1 1 1 a c 1 1 c n 1 1 Uaderless and who at no
tlmi woic equal to the emerge lie VI)
lenie cairn to nn cud only when the
t Intel x hail n tompllshed what tliej set
out to do stop work fn eer sill.
mill in I'at) rson
In the course of the rioting nine per
Suns werp hnt nnd wounded seriously
enough lo be tnktn to the hospitals
Si ores of utile la were slightly wounded
b bullets and many were hurt by
bilikbats and broken glass Seilom
damage was done to the mill propel ty
Of the nine persons taken to the bos
pltnls time are piobably mortal!
wounded Two ol them ale rioters nnd
weie shot by the police The third Is
llau L Harris n newspapei reporter
for the Paterson Call He was stoned
b the mob knocked down kicked
beau n and Anally llied upon One lull
let went tin ouch Ills right lung Ills
bailees loi recover) aie slight.
Elevator Falls in
a Department Store
Now York June 19 Fourteen per
sods were taken to the .New York and
St. Vincent's hospitals esterday who
bad been hurt b) an elevator accident
In (be Maty store at Sixth nvenuo and
roiirtci nth street. An Otis elevator,
which was in the newest part of the
great store, nnd which had recently
been Inspected, dropped four stories,
So far ns could be learned last even
lig one of the cables which supported
the elevator broke. John Harrigan, a
coloied (levator man of long experi
ence In the store, had Just started tin
elewitor down from the fourth flour.
Ills hands were hnirlbl) burned In nt
tempting to control the car.
CLAP.K80N8 HELL IOWA PAPBIJ
l)es Moines In , June 18. Director
of the Mint George E. Huberts today
bought the Iown State Hegister, the
leading Republican paper in the State,
from the Clarkbons.
RESULTS OF GAMES PLAYED.
213 for 7 wkts.
13 for 2 wkts
for 8 wkts.
for 9 wkts.
102 for 2
S. of Eng.
13 for 2 wkts
14 ; Australians won 7 and lost 1 ;
nations. The start of tho Englishmen
was startling, Hopkins disposing of
two great batsmen In Kry and ItanJIt
slubjl before a run had been scored
Afterwards however two other equal
1) line batsmen In Jackson and Mac-.y
Laren completely retileved tho Bltua-
lion, scoring 102 runs without tho loss
of any further wickets
THE CENTURY LIST.
Six Individual centuiles hnvo now
been obtained by members of the Aus
WORK ON WHIT
FOR PRESIDENT'S USE
The Main Entrance on Pennsylvania
Avenue to Be Used Solely
For Private Purposes
Washington, June 18. Tho work of
dismantling the White House has al
leady been begun. Ever) thing has
been removed from trie East room, tho
largest apartment In the house, lb'
eluding the massive mirrors, the great
erjstal chandeliers nnd the portraits
of Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson ami
Mnrthn Washington As soon ns tho
President leaves for the summer, tho
State parlors nnd Hie private part nt
the house will be dismantled and the
reconstruction will be executed ns rap
idly ns possible under the direction of
the architects engaged fur the wink.
The oilglnnl plans for the White
House contemplated Its use sole!) as
a residence for Hie President Thn
work Just begun wfil restate the White
House ns a resilience nnd a small brick
office building, connected by n pas
snge wn) with the main building nnd
painted white in hnrmon) with 111
surroundings, will provide nil office for
the President and the eleilenl exeeu
live force, which ls now- cinwdcd Into
several rooms on the second lloor ol
the building. I'uilei the new plans the
main enhance to the White llousci
running on Peniisvlvanla avenue will
be used excluslvid) as a pilvate en
Among the Improvements the dining
room will be made till pel cent larger,
so ns to permit the entertninment of a
large company mid mnk linnet csaty
the use of the guest loom foi State din
ners. Porticos are to be plac d on the west
and on the east of the White House In
conformity with old pilnts In the 1.1
brur) of Congress These poitlcos ex
tend 150 feet from the main building
and contain servants' ciuaiters, latin
dr store rooms mid the cnuseivator),
now- there The porticos are on a level
with the garden on the south, while on
the north the roofs reach to the drive
wny The use to be made of the west
er portico will allow the basement ol
the White House Itself to become
available for other purposes, such as
cloak rooms n smoking mom etc
The portico east of the house will be
used as an citance on occasion of re
ceptions. This arrangement will da
away with the crush now occasioned
at the temporary cloak boxes that aie
erected Immediately within the main
entrance when receptions are held
Under the east corridor 500 persons
could be sheltered while waiting for
their carriages, the parte cm here be-
Ing sufficient to make room for three
carriages at a time.
Separate entrances mid dressing
rooms will bo provided for special
guests, so that collision will lie avoided
on occasions of ceremony. The Pres
ident will have a room In the White
House In which he can see callers at
times when he Is not in his office. The
private staircase will he removed nnd
In that way the enlargement of the
dining room effected.
It Is expected that the- office building
vlll bo ready for occupancy by October
1. and tho remaining portion of the
house by December 1.
Aust. won by
Inn. and 4 runs
Aust. won by
Inn. and 78 runs
Aust. won by
Aust. won by
Inn and 54 runs
Draw in favor of
for 3 wkts.
for 3 wkts.
46 Draw Rain
for 2 wkts.
50 for 5 wkts Yorks. won-5 wkt
Aust. won by 1 Inn.
and 183 runs
Aust. won by 131
Aust. won by 8
S. of Eng.
trallan Eleven, and two by opponents
Theso arc as follows
Ilatsmen, Against. Scores.
J Darling Nottingham 128
Tamper Suirey 101
Hill Essex 101
Trumper Oxford Univ. ... 121
V Trumper M. C. C 103
V. Trumper Cambrielgo Univ.. 128
Ilntsmen Tor. Scores,
L C Ilrnnd London Co 101
J. T. T)ldeslo) Englaud 138
t -n a
Monday .. .
I 6 1 l I 6 es
Q 6 J4 I 6 f 06
eg 7 4! I ) 8 l
a, oi p m,
II 9 e8 t.9 8 8
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I C It JO 4 44
First quarter of the moon on
12th at 2 17 a m
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Knhtilul and lillo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Green wclh tlmo, being
lout of tho meridian of 157. 3D. The
time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m whlcn
ls tho same as ureonwlrn. on urn.
Wenthei Hureati. Punahou, July 8
icmperntiire Morning minimum,
74, Midday maximum, 81
Jlaromcter at 9 a. ni. 30 Ul. Steady.
ltnlnfnll 0 02.
Dew Point 07F.
Ilumldlt) nt 9 a. m R1 per cent
Monday, Jul) 7
T. K K Nippon Mam. Greene, from
the Orient nt 1 p in . with Jim tons of
freight and l2 Japanese In the st( er
oeo. Tuesday. July S.
Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, fioni
Knunl potts, at 11 25 a, m., no fulght
Monday, Jul) 7.
Stmr Noenu. Mosher, for Labalna,
Kaannpali, Ilonokaa nnd Kuktilhncle,
nt , p. m.
Stmr Wnlnlcale. Piltr, tor Aim I, I ill
nnd Ilanninaulu, nt 5 p. in,
Stmr Lehua, Nnupala, for Molokal
pints, at I p ui.
Tucsda). Jul) 8
O. S S Ventura Captain Ha) ward,
for San rinniiseo, nt 10 a iu with
mall, passengeis and flflOn bags sugar
Am bk. Piuisln Jeuep, foi the
Sound In ballast, nt 9 a. tu.
Stmr Klnnu Freeman, for Hllo nnd
wo) ports, at noon
Stmr Manna l.oa Slmerson, for La
hnlun, Mnalnea, Koua and Kau ports,
T K K. Nippon Mam, Greene, fot
San Kianclsco, nt 5 p. in, from Chan
Stmr. Clnudlne. Parker, for Maul
ports, at ." p . m.
Stmr. W G. Hall, S Thompson, fot
Kauai ports, at 5 p. fn.
Stmr. Jnmi'B Mnkce, Tullett. for Ka
uai ports, at 5 p. in.
From the Orient, per T. K. K Nip
pon Mam July 7. Mr. and Mrs. W M
Abernathy and Miss Abernathy. J. K
Brown Jr.. It. (J. Drown, Dr. W. W
Daniel, Miss Ellen C. Parsons, Dr
Fritz Schick, Gustavo Schick, A. L.
For San Francisco, per O. S S. Ven
tura, July 8 T. J. Nnsh, Mrs J N
Henry, Miss K C Graff, II. W. Mc-
Chesney. Mrs. J. II. Hopkins, Miss
Moorcs. .Mrs C. J. Lewis. Mrs Chailes
Kellogg. M1m A. Kellogg, Rev. A. C
Wilson, C. A. Park and wife, .Miss L,
McNary, Mrs. A. Jaeger and daughter,
A Jaeger, Mrs. It W. Anderson, three
children and maid. Miss M. G. llordeu,
Miss M. M Cooke. O H Sn)der, wife
and child, Q II. Uerry, Rev A Mack
intosh, Mrs M Topham, I W Mason
J. I) Campion, T. Stern, Hon. S. M Da
mon, .Mrs. Lancaster Mrs A. Congdoii,
L. A Thuiston nnd sonfl W. II. Hecii,
MIsh Mae Hoihii, Miss Evel)n Hoehll
Dr. C H. Douglas and wife. T D Cor
don, Mr. and Mrs Klein and children
Miss A L. Gammon, Mrs. M. T Simon-
ton, .Mr. and Mrs. Pedgrift, and two
children, Geo. I) Russel, Al. Tobln
Chas. Ftannlgan. Mis. Lew Ins. Miss
I -mil Ii in a ll, Miss Kellncr, K. J. Hard-
gee, W. II. Scott nnd wife, H. C Wall
Miss Mary Afong, Miss U. M. Afong
Mrs. r IJ, McStocker nnd three chll
dren. Dr. J. S. Ulshop, wife und two
children, Miss Ella Scott, Wm Rod
gers, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lehmer, Mrs,
Schmidt, Mrs. Captain Goodwin, Miss
Drop, Mrs. E. A. Eraser and two chil
dren, Mrs. J. D. Spreckels, Mr. and Mrs.
Dow Ing and daughter. Miss E. Thomas,
Mrs. 0. W. Fletcher, Miss Marx, Miss
For Lahalna, Maalaea, Kona and
Kau ports, per str. Maunn l.oa. July
8 Kathleen Arnold, Llllle Arnold
Lalnaala Arnold, Miss Clara N. Fer
nandez, Miss Henrietta Eckardt, P M
Snodgrass and wife, Junius Kaae and
wife, Miss L. Robcck, Mrs. J. P Lino,
Lau Fal, D. Makalnai, Mrs. Marcellino,
Miss Zleglcr, Miss Mossman, W. C.
Ciook, Mrs. Ilawatt, Miss Fannie Les
lie, Mies Ackerman, J. E. Ginnon, J.
Scott, Mrs. T. F. Tarbcll, John F.
Eckardt Jr., Mrs. E. Goldstein, Miss
Eva Walpa, Abo Lino, Adolph Lino
Chas. Aslng, Mrs, Nahluna, Misses Flo
in. Ellsa, Alice and Emma Nahaols
lua, A. Marcellino, Miss M. S. Zlegler,
Master Mossman, J, F. Morgan Jr.,
Miss Muriel Ilawatt, Miss A, M. Cook,
Miss Stella Pcdeo, John Smith Jr.,
Mr, Kauplko and wife, Mrs. C. II,
For Hllo and wny ports, per str. Kl
nnu, July 8 Miss Olivia Kapalua, Miss
Annlo Knpalua, C. V. E. Dove, E. 11
McClanahan, J. D. Kokl, Mrs. F D.
Kokl, Augustine Guerrelro, Miss C 1'
Green, Miss It. II Giccn, J. N. Kirk
land, M. D. Hall, W. G. Hyman. Dr.
Hymnn, F J Chapman, wife and child,
A. Harris, wife and child, Miss R,
Chamberlain, E W. Weaver, Geo, R,
Murray, John Kcaloha,, F. F Fernan
dez, Mrs Ella Stair, illss C. Castle. J
J. Kelly, Captain lliakavv, Mis A Ka
haleblll, L. Lobrlner, Rev G L. I'enr
Bon, Geo D Grnhnm, II C. Coleman,
A. Hanebcrg and wife, J F O'Connor,
A Lindsay, Miss N MacLaln, Miss M
Ilacon, Cecil Urown and wife, Miss S.
Wlllcoelc, Mtb. J. Wllcock, Mnsters II
and J. Wllcock, Mrs. J. T. Low Is, Mlsa
Notwlthvmdlng the excellence of American printed and wash
able dress giods as stated In our recent advertisement of an "Amer
ican Sate we stilt have to go to Europe for certain fine fabrics, such
as Embr!lii"rd Ettcmlnes and Swisses, which arc worked oul In ex
quisite designs and color combinations and largely tako the place of
silks for summer anil evening wear.
This week we offer ONE HUNDRESS DRESS PATTERNS, no
two alike of these fashionable goods, at Special Sale. The reduction
Is liberit as shown by prices quoted:
$18.00 Embroidered Ettemlnei and Swsls Drett Patterns ....$13.00
$16.00 Embroidered Ettemlnei and Swiss Dress Patterns ....$12.00
$15.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dren Patterns ....$11.00
$12.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Dress Patterns ....$ 8.50
$10.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swiss Drets Patterns ....$ 6.50
$ 8.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swlis Dreti Patterns ....$ 5.00
$ 6.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and 8wlis Dress Patterns ....$ 3.50
This sale will close Saturday Evening, July 12.
Por Want Column See Page Six
DO NOT LOSE )0iir hair Pacheco's
Dandruff Killer kills the dandruff
germ and stops falling hair. At Un
ion Harbor Shop
Nutting. Mrs O K Wilder. Mrs. M. S
Ilird, child and maid. Dr. Herbert. C.
II. Tearj G. K Wilder Judge Stanley,
uapiam iieniiersuu, a. m iiuuuaroi
wife and son. S A Walker. M. Phil
lips, A. Mason Dr Augur. It. C. Har
row-, Geo C Urn-kett. Robt. H. Wood
word, C L liausher, H. Gorman and
R W. Wood
For Maul ports per str Claudlne.
snlllng nt ! o clock this afternoon
A D. Haldwln and wife. Miss L Melln,
Miss M GlilLand J E. Gannon. Rev.
A. V Soares Mrs It Plpl nnd son,
Miss F Uush Mis, A. Bush. Leon?
Chee Hing Mrs Long Pak Wo, M. V.
Sllvn. D. Ma, Hiss A. Perry, fls8 H
Mcedlros, Dr E Armltagc, K C. Hald
wln, Miss E Muther Miss C. Haldwln,
Miss M Morris. Miss M. Alaraa. J. D.
Sllvn. J A Gonaalves, Miss C. Schlotz,
Mrs. S. Kakima. Mrs. Harry, Miss
Fleming, Miss L N Louo. Chas. Healy,
Miss K. Morris. Miss M. Morris, II.
Strenbeck R Peplowskl, Mr. Joso and
L. A. Uaitlett.
MILLION OP BACK TAXCH.
New York, June 19. The New York
Dock Company, the successor to tho
Ilrooklyn Wirehouse Company, sent to
the Tax Department jestcrdny n
check for $1 05 1 837 to liquidate in full
Its arrears of taxes since 1899. Tho
company's mes have been In dispute
Blnce 1889 Yesterda) Deputy Tax
Commissioner Seott effected a settle
ment with the company and payment
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The under ilgned having been duly
appointed tho Executrix of tho Last
Will nnd Testament or Robert Lish.
man, late of Honolulu Island of Oahu
Territory of Hawaii deceased,
NOTICE Is bereb) given to all per
sons to present their claims against
the Estate of said Robert Ltshman, do
ceased, duly authenticated, whether
secured by mortgage or otherwise, to
William Llshman at the offlco of Mao
farlnno & Co., on Kaahumanu street,
Honolulu aforesaid within six months
fiom the date hereof, or they will bo
And all persons Indebted to said es
tate are hereby requesim to make Im
mediate payment to tTie said William
Llshman at the place beforo men
tioned. Dated Honolulu July 3th. 1902.
Executrix of the Last Will and Testa
ment nf Robert Llshman, Deceased
2192 July 8. 15. 22. 29.
At the regular annual meeting of tho
Aloha Branch T S . last March tho fol
lowing officers were unanimously elect
eel for the present )ear. by tho major
ity members o' said Branch: Dr. A.
Marques, President; S. W. Shaw, Sec
retary; W Dlx Treasurer; L. D.
Merry, Librarian Weekly meetings
at 7-30 p m are held at tho President'?
residence, 19.18 Wilder Avenue; on
Monda)s, Secret Doctrine Class Tor
members and advanced students, and
Thursdays for beginners, to which all
persons Interested In Theosophy nro
coidlally Invited S. W. SHAW,
24s if becretary.
J. P Rodriguez wishes to Inform his
customers thnt he has le opened, tem
porarily, one dojr below his old stand
on Fort street opposite It. Hnckfeld &
Dr. Hodglns his removed from Ala
keu street to Horetanla street, opposite
tho Hawaiian Hotel Pinctlco limited
to tho E)es, Eirs Nose and Throat.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, August Oth, 1902, at
12 o'clock noon, at .the front entrance
of the Judicial y building, will bo sold
nt Public Auction, the leases of tho
following lands, situate In tho district
of Kau, Hawaii.
1. Lands of Kaalaala, Kaloull, Mo
hokapu and Pohakuloa, containing an
area of 3119 30 acres, a little more or
Term Five jears, from Jnnuary 1,
Upset rental $2000 00 per annum,
pa able semiannually In advance.
2. All of the forest lands I) Ing be
tween lands of Kenlwa and Knpapala.
Term Twenty-one )ears.
Upset rental $200.00 per annum.
pa)ablo semiannually In advance.
Lease to bo sold under torest condi
tion. For plan nnd further particulars
may be had upon application at tho
Public Lands Office. Honolulu.
. EDTVARD S. DOYD.
Commissioner of Puullc Lands,
Public Lanfls Office, July 2, 1902,
Public Lands Office. 2R)0-3t
of Real Estate
OK SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. Ho
nolulu. I will sell at PUIILIC AUC
liy order of tho heirs of J. C. Strow,
deceased, that certain trnct of land sit
uated at Laupahoehoe, Island of Ha
waii, containing 92.3 acres, fenced,
with alt of tho Improvements thereon.
Improvements consist of dwelling
nouse of flvo rooms, coffee pulping ma'
chine, drjltig house, two 5000 gallon
wooden tanks all In good condition
About ten acres of said land now
planted In coffee, In good condition
and well cultivated. Land adjoins
that of E. W. Haruard.
UpBet price $1000. Terms, cash, U,
S. gold coin. Deed and expense rf
transfer to be at cost of purchaser. I in
medlato possession given. For further
Information address E. W. Harnar.1
Laupahoehoe, Haw-all, or Russell &
Watson, Attornc)s for Heirs, Honolu
111. JAMES F. MORGAN,
MORTGAGEE'S NOTIGE OF IN
TENTION OF FORECLOS
Notlco Is horeby given that pursu
ant to the Power of Sale contained In
that certain mortgage dated March
20th, 1901, made by W. Ah Chee (W.
Achcc) trading as Wong Fook Chan of
Halckll, South Kona, Hawaii, Territo
ry of Haw-all, as Mortgagor, to C. II.
Akl, of Kau, Hawaii, as Mortgagee, and
recoided In tho Roglstry of Convey
ances, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
In Liber 221 on pages 228 and 229, tho
Mortgagee Intends to foreclose tho
said Mortgage for condition broken,
to wit, non pa) ment of p'rlnclpal and
Interest when duo.
Notlco Is likewise given that the
proporty conveyed by said Mortgage
will bo sold at Public Auction at tho
auction rooms of James F. Morgan,
Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday,
tho 20th day of July, 1902, at 12 noon.
The property covered by said mort-
gago consists of all that certain build
ing and its appurtenances, situate and
being nt Halekli, South Kona, Hawaii,
Territory of Hawaii, now and from tho
erection thcieot used by said Mortga
gor as stoto nnd residence.
Togother with all the rights, ease
ments and privileges theieto belonging.
C H AK1
Ily W J YATES his attorney In tact
Tonus cash, deeds at expeuso of
Foi fmther paitlculars apply to
HARRY T MILLS.
Attorcy foi Moitgageo.
Dated Kealakekua, Hawaii, July 1st.
65 Queen St,
Furniture and Law
On Wednesday, July 9th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, 65 Quercn -street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, by order
of Mrs. J. A. Hassingcr, oak bureaus.
rockers, chairs, curtains nnd poles,
Hawaiian tnpas, beds, hanging lamp,
c.nnor sot, crockery, ferns nnd palms,
Hawaiian Reports 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, C; Laws
1860-1872; Penal Code 1809; Civil Code
1S59; Compiled Laws, Land Claims,
Notaries anTJ Conveyancers Manual;
English-Hawaiian Dictionary, Hawaii
an Tariff and Digest, Session Laws,
1861, 1865, 1881, 1882. 1884, 1886, 1887.
1888, 1890, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1899,
189S; standing desk, Bectlonal book
ease, rollcrtop 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, I will sell at public auc
tion, by order of tho Washington Mer
cantile Co., tho balance of tho grocer
ies, slightly damaged by Ore and wa
ter, consisting of corned beef, roast
beef, lunch tongue, assorted canned
fruits, canned vegetables, spices, ex
tracts, syrups, molasses, baking pow
der, olive oil, stovo polish, buhach,
soap teas, coffees, olives In glass,
pickles, chow chow, mustard, choco
late, cocoa, deviled ham, chicken and
turkey, pohn Jam, guava jelly, Califor
nia Jams and Jellies, etc., etc.
Jas. F. Morgan.
FOR SALE !!
FIRST I offer nt Private Sale,
promises on Hcretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
fcot on Dcrotanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco J9000; one-half casti, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
i'ropcrty has a frontage on Klnau St.
cf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises threo Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen. Rath,
largo Carriage Houso. Prlco $4500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
irortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net The lot
hns a right of way entrance to Dere
tcnla St. ,
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 fcot.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Prlco
14000. One half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 por cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla St.
Turther particulars at
JAS. F. MORGAN,
85 Queen St