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BVEinNO DULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1902.
For Gas Lamps
The town linn been out of calcium carblile for some time. Not out
now. at wo linvo ust received a large shipment. The greatest gas
btcclc lamp Is tin' new
20th Century Lamp
It Is mailo of oxidized nickel noes not tnrnlsh nor rust, and the
light Is tho matt brilliant nnd reliable obtainable
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
CORNER POUT AND KING STREETS.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT NO.
27, BLOCK "B," HILO. HAWAII.
August Htli !.( at
12 o clock noon
.it tbi' fiont minim J
Of the Executive building, ulll be sul i
al Tilbllc Am Hon. the lease ot Oiivitii
ment l.otTto 2T. Illeick II llllo (law m
Term 30 j cars.
Upset Hental 2Iimri per ntiniim
payable qu.trlerl) in iidtnint-
This sale In upon the iiindltlntm pr
lded foi In SiMtleins 2 and I. of Act I
Ot the Laws of IMii;, viz.
Section 2. I'vi'i snih lease Blin'l
contain a eoennnt on Hie part of the
ltlK'C that he shall during the IliM
lour j ears or tho teun of the Icitsii
catiso to be eieited upon the lease I
rroperty a flieioe.r building or biie. M tl mlJl)llll., nnmw meeting of
ttone or metal. In a weiihmaiillkn i.nn t. iti11-t tit Publishing Co., Ltd.. held
Hr. stlsfaeloi to the Supeilnten.lert luN i; tjn tK. following onTcers
of I'llblle Works at not less than it were elected to seie (luring the ensil
stated (ost and shall keep the s;v u lug jeni
viltnblv Insured at not less than two-! W. R. Farrlnoton Presldertt
thirds of Its vnlnc, for the henellt "
the lessor; and shnll Keep such lnl 1 1-,
i,g In good repair during the letnali i
der of the term of the le.ise, reasonable
use and wear thereof mil) excepted,
end In case of damage ot destruction
ot such building Ii) lire sTinll muKn
good such loss or damage by the nec
essary repairs or reconstruction, ot
else surrender the Inmnnnce to th
Section 4. Every such lease sln'.l '
alto contain a coennnt on the part ( f
tie lessor that upon the request In.
writing of the lessee or bis rcprcscnta-j
tlves, before the evpliatlon of tnt
terra thereof, the premises, with the
Improvements shall. If all the rone1;
lions to he performed by the lo-ve
hao been satisfactorily performed, t
pui up at auction for n lease for a term ed at the otTlces of J II. Usher & C ..
c.f not over twenty )enrs. unless snld Clear. I.nnslug & Co., or with the im
promises shall he required for public derslgned
uses, of which tho lessee shall p-odvu Only members or the nrIous Tre
at least one year's notice. Such auc- duct Clubs nre eligible (o tnko pan In
t.'tn sale shall be held not more then 'he Itepulillcun primaries to bo held
rix months nor less than one month shortly T II. PETIHE.
bclore tho expiration of such term. Secretary SccoAd Precinct, I-'ourth
The cost of the building to be erect..
eJ In accordance with Section 2. nforit
U'cntioned, to cost not less than $2,
Tho material to be used for the ere-.
tlon of said building to bo of brick
stone or metal. i
Maps of fTils lot can be seen nt tho
offico of 13. 13. Richards, llllo, Hawa I,
and ut the office of tho Superintendent
of Public Works.
JAMKS It. IIOYD.
Superintendent of Public Work.
Department of Public Winks. July
11th. 1902. 2l9S-3t
Honolulu, July 11, 1902.
Certificates of Awards made by 'he
Ffro Claims Commission Tor losses lu
curred In the suppression of Ilubni.le
Plaguo In 1899 and 1900 will bo ready
for distribution to Attorneys nl Iterate),
at tho ofTIco ot the Commission at tin
Executive building, on Tuesduy, Jul)
IS, 1902, at 9 o'clock a. m.
By order of tho Commission.
J. M. ItlOOS.
Clbrk Fire Claims Commission.
P. W. MACFAIlLANi:, chairman.
Representative Sibley of Pcnnsvl
vanln. who was elected once on tho
Democratic ticket and once on tho He-
publican ticket from tho samo district,
was reproached at a political meeting
for changing his politics.
You peoplo who stick to tho tenet
of 'sixteen to one,, " said Sibley In re- eomo months of a neighbor named
ply, "remind me of n man I saw once In Jones, living not far distant. The but
a lunatic asylum. He was capering tcr was mado Into nrettv llttlo half.
through the hall nstrldo of a broom
'"Ah, ha,' I said to him, thinking to
oe piensam, see you are liavlng a,
flno rldo on your horse.'
inis isni a liorse,-tic leplled.
iohi a nurse: saici 1 inen wnai
us a nouuy,- ne repneu. It was
a horso I could get off.'" New York
Grown Bridge Work a Specially
I I will nut lie tcsponslble fm dcbti
cintintled bv in wire, A.sNlK 1IJ l.A
flirz I'lrri'.ll on and after thin dm,
a" i'"' '" l,,f ' b,,,1 "' '"";
'"" "' JOH l'l'i'lllt-
TENT MEETING NOTICE.
The (losped tent wenl.eis di site to
I'xtuiil a mm l.il ln Itatloii to the puh
Ik to attend the meeting tonight. Mr.
l.eland will spcnl. on the subject of
"The Mllteunliini "
This Ik an linioitnnt topic and one
Hint should liiti-ust all.
t'ornei Kinaii and I'lll.ol streets
F. J. Cross
J. L. Rockwell
A. V. Gear
L. de L. Ward
'I lie aboe ((institute the board ot ill
leilors. J I.. HOCKWKIX,
llillletln Publishing Co. 1. ii
Honolulu. T II.. July 17th HUH.
Republican Voters. Second Precinct,
All Republican voters, residing In
tue Second I'lecTnct. Fourth District.
are enrnestly requested to cull and
enioll as members of tITe Precinct
Club. Membership rolls may be situ
District. Uepubllcnn Club.
LAMONT THEIR MAN
New York, July 5. The Commer-
hil Adveitlser sa)s Daniel S. Lamont
I to be the Democratic candidate for
Oovernor of the State of New York,
unless the piewnt pl.ins of David II.
"'n. Hroer Cleveland nnd "Dig Tim '
Sullivan, who practically represent
Tammany Hall and the Wllloughb)
h,rpc' organization In State matters,
fall of accomplishment. This Infoi-
matlon was gained today fiom a Demo
cratlc politician of the highest iiulhoi
ity. who bus within the past few du)s
consulted nil thiee of tne above n.imid
Democratic leuileis and Is In a position
to know- their minds.
The onl) (licuniHtiince that may pre
vent Lamont fiom heading the Demo
cratic State ticket neM fall will be the
discovery by that gentleman lh.it he
lids no chance to win. In such a case,
to quote the Informant. "Hill ulll run
a 'sucker' and belittle the ship."
Tho Democintlc State Committee has
practically settled upon the date of
August 12 for the crucial meeting nt
which It will be dec bled whether or not
IIih Lamont pioginm can bo put
through. It will meet nt Alhnn) nt the
ca" of '""
who kcct.s summer
hoarders, had bought her butter for
pound pats, and so peculiarly marked
nnd ornamented that one day, whcnl,'' I'lmc and who pleaded guilty yes-
little Sally Jones had brought butter, teulny to tho charge of vagiancy, was
as usual. Mrs, Illang said to her, In tha
presence of several of the boarders; I
"How does your mother mako all'
mese suanse raarKs on tne butter, Sal-.
'Ui, sue floes all that with her false
teeth, ma'am," was the frank nnd para-
lyzlng reply Llpplncott .
H 1.1. st'T
rELLS ANOTHER STORY
IN POLICE COURT
Says Oe Was Forced to Tell False
hood By Attorney Kaulukou
Affidavit Shown to
Attorney J. L. Kaulukou bad very
seiious charges In ought against him
In the Police Court this forenoon b)
1'onr.Mnson, the man who testified cv
terday In the (asc of Juan MurnMi
that he wns paying the woman $t nnd
for two da)s' washing a week
As was statccl In )esterdny,s paper
theie was some elefubt on the part ol
Judge "u'lleox ns lo the veiaclt) of the
witness, nnd he mentioned the lact
that 'Sirs. Mason might be a valuable
witness in tne case. It was rurther
sta.T that Tie-put) Sheriff Chlll'na
worth sent officers to the house to
forestall any persons who might ho
disposed to burr) to the Mason hone.
As n matter or lact, Chllliimwintli
himself went to the house and as a i
suit. Mason himself admitted having
heel nn the witness stand and signed
Ids name to the rollowlng affidavit:
Tt-rifinry of Hawaii vs Juan Mural
da. violating section 370. Penal Ln.vs
of I V.i"
I was n witness Ten tin ilclend.iut 'n
tin' above i-ntltlcit cause, and as such
! witness was (ailed to tesTTl) betore the
IDIstilct Court of Honolulu on tfle Ki'h
day of July, nnd ns such wllni'ss did
lifter Vinvliig swoin to Jell the tiuth,
he whole tiuth and nothing but thi
truth In the nbovc entitled cause, dill
estiry that the defendant, Juuu Marnl-
fla, had been winking fm me for thtee
months, thnt I hud puld lier three a. id
tour dollars a week, and that she' ws
nt in) home working last Saturday it
4 o'clock, while as a mntter of fair
the derendant has not been woiklnc
ror tne rot the last three months, and
I have lint been paying tot thiee and
four dollars a week, and that I did not
pay her last Sntuielay at 4 p m and
she wns not nt work nt in) house lns,l
Satutdny; and Hint in) testimony ns
sworn to before the District Court til
the above entitled cause was false;
but was sworn to nf the Instigation of
J. L. KnnliiKufi, attorney for Ihe de
fctidnnt, who tame to me to assist him
nnd to testify before fhe court that the
womnn vvns working for me; and
rorced me to appear In the enurt and
iestiry In the above entitled causo as
he had told mo to.
(Signed) TOM MASON.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before tne
this llltli day of July. 1902.
C1IAS. F. CiriLLINOWORTH,
Nntniy Public, First Judicial Circuit.
When the case came up In tho Po
lice Court this Sireuoon. the affidavit
was handed to Judge TTTicox and Ma
son was calleel to tho stand. He reiter
ated the fact thai he had not told the
truth on the stand ou the previous day
and then mnde the following state
"I (Tffl not come up here on my own
hook. Someone forced me to comu up
Kniilukoii balled the woman out nnd
then, iiimlnirto me. asked mo to pay
him ror his trouble-. This 1 did I told
him to go ahead with the case1. He
wuuti'd me to come up here and nnv
t lift woman was woiklrfg for me. Ho
wild ho would make It nil right "
At this stage, the witness was allow
ed to retlie and Kaulukou, rThlng in
ns place', stated that he denied tho
allegations In toto and that he wished
to make a statemeuj,. This he was al
lowed to do.
Kuuliikou state-d that on Tuesday he
went to Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
mid asked permission to se-e thu worn
nn This was granted. At night, ban
In the sum of flfin was furnished 'end
Juan MniuTm was allowed to go. sin
wanted to go to the Klnnu wharf mi,l
upon being asked flie reason, said s.i
wanted to see a friend. On going in
tue whnir, Mubon was found, ilo
slated that the womnn had been work
lug for him for nearly three months at
$4 and ." a week. He than told Mason
that, under the circumstances, ho
would ninko a good witness for the el"
fense. T'o attempt was mailo to forco
him to come to court.
Judge Wilcox said nothing but qule'
ly found Juan Mnralda guilty of thu
charge of vagrancy anil sentenced her
to two mounts' Imprisonment nt hard
labor. An appeal to tho Circuit Court
was noted by Attorney Kaulukou.
u. casalllo, tho woman found to
.wtno - r with Juan Maralda at '". My
"enteneed to the same term
An uct to provldo for a commission to
Investigate the nature and value of vac
jclnatlon, antitoxin, seropathy, and
other alleged prophylactics will be In
troduced Into tho next session of tin
Modern High-class Dentistry
(WEFK nASTILL6l' M
orricEiiouks 'sumiays iillum.
At Low Prlcti All Work Guarantetil
Our pricas arc as luw ai tht luweil
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r l. riKousoN
D. D S.
3IK llotul St., ipp. Union
P. O Ilox66. Honolulu, III
$ m.ii. m p. m.
II IO al it) 9 t t
Monday .. ..
14 la tat 6,
S.A.M Is it, i 08
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Full moon on the 2oth, nt 0 1G a. n
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul and llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
1. nit nf iha mprlitlnn nf 1K7.3U. Thn
time whistle . ows at 1:&0 p. m., whlco 1
Is t no same as Grecnwirn, On 0m.
Weather llincaii. Punahou, July 17 -Temperntiiie
73, Mldihi) miixinium. St.
ll.iionutei- at 9 a in 30(12 Steady
llnlnfiill 0 01
Hew Point eii.F
llumlillt) at 9 a m. 04 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
17 Weather clear; wind East
Wednesd.i) . Jul) 1(1.
Str. Lehiia. Nnoiuhi. from Molokni
pons, with 3 heiiil of cattle and 0 hdls
Sir. NIII11111. 'I hompMiii, from Hawaii
Sti John Cummins. Sinrle from
Str. Nllhait. Thompson, fioni Hawaii
Li him, Niiopali, from Molokni
Thursday. July 17.
Am. bk Manna Ala. Smith. 12 d.i)s
from San Fraiiilsio, at 9:30 a. m
Sti. Noeau. Mosher. from Hawaii,
pints, with ,fi.: bags siigai. 112 hags!
eoffic and 1.' pkgs sundries at 9 1" 11
DHPAIH HI) '
Wednesday, July IC.
Str. Helcne, Nicholson. lor Hnwall
Str. James Makee. Tiillett, for Koloi
Schr. Ka Mol. tor Ilamakiia ports.
Am schr. Philippine. Fredericks jii,
for Puget Sound.
SAILING TODAY 1
Stinr. Mlkabala, Gregory, for Mal.T
well. Wnlmen nnd Kel.aha. mall and
passengers for Nnwiliwlli. Koloa anJ
Eleele. at 3 p. m.
Stmr. I.ohiia. Napala, for Maul. Mo
loknl and Lanal ports, at .' p 111.
DUE TOMOItllOW. '
S S. Alameda, Herriman, fiom San
Fmiiclseo, due p. m.
Stmr. Manna I.oa. Slmerson, for L
liaiun, Maalaca. Kona end Kau port
at 12 m.
Am. schr. TTelene, Christiansen, for
Fiom Hawaii, per str. Noenu. July 17.
Dr Cnitls and Dr. Derby.
HOOKED TO DEPART.
For San FrnncUco, per S S. Alamo-1
da. July 23 William J. Mori is. It. O.
Hendeison, Austin (two), Mrs. Knowl-i
ton, Masters V and F. (ledge. Mrs.
Grlswold. Pcicy Grlswold, Mrs. McCul-l
ly-lllgglns. Miss Ward, Mrs. K. W I
Cooper and daughter. Mrs. Carroll. D.
C Aided, J. D. Kennedy. A. Warner
nnd wife, Mrs. Anthony, Miss Fletcher
A. V Russell and wife, O. Goodsell an.l
mother. Miss McCleave. .Miss I. II. Cor
sen. Hon A. S. Wilcox, Miss Wilcox,
Master Miiheloiia. John Mulr and wife.
Mrs. Mulr and child, Miss C. Sanborn.
Mrs J M. Murphy Jasper McDonald
and wife. 1' Wllhelm. W. C. Weeelon,
.Mr. Valentine, O. It. Williams. t If
Sn)der. wife and child, D Lad, G. It,
Muiinv. 1. Rosenberg, wife and child.
Hon. Geoige N Wilcox, W. I). Cham
berlain. C. II Giegory, A. Caio. A. W.
Dou, Master Samuels, .Mrs. Samuels,
Miss Samuels. , Meirtck. Captain W.
H. Miirbtbn, F. Stern, Georgo 11. Fall-,
HOOKED TO ARRIVE.
From San Francisco, per S. S. Ala
meda, July lb. .Mrs. L. G. Kellogg and
child, Miss E. C. Gay, Rudolph Coffey, I
M. de Schryver and wife. Mrs. Paul It
Henberg. Mrs. E. G. Scott and ton,
J'rof. W E. Sharp and wife. Miss L. A.
Curtis. C J. Jennings, Miss Jennings,
Miss Mix. Misses Wilcox, J. T, McCios 1
son, Dr C. II. Wood, J. II. Watson, 1
Delegate Flynn, Mrs. Fl)nn, Miss SheS1
Idan, Miss N F, Han ley, Mr. Roth nndi
wife. Miss C. E. Abrnhambon, Mr. and
Mrs Alma I) Kntz.
A belated traveler, who was com
pelled to sta) all night In n backwoods
cabin, says that soon nfter the frugal
supper of "sody blskljs" nnd fried
"side meat." swimming In grease, had
been eaten, a tall, gaunt youth of about I
18, and au equally sallow, gaunt girl i
of 17, both barefooted, took their hats!
from wooden pegs In the wall and pro-,
pared to go out, whereupon their moth
er, taking her pipe from between hei
yellow teeth, said reprovingly:
"Go 'long an' wash your feet, Levi,
you an' Looly both! Hain't you 'sham
ed to go off to an evenln' party without
vvashln' your feet?"
They obeyed, but as Levi took the
washpnn from n bench by tho dnor ho
fcalil, with a grumble:
"I'd 'bout as soon stay home from a
party as to have to fix up so for hltl"
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CHOICE SELECTION OF
WINES AND LIQUORS
Quality Is always tho first consideration In buying your wlno
nnd liquor supply; price comes next. Tho following named
brands are universally known as being THE BEST In the market,
and our pr.-e3 are ns low as possible, to suit tho times. Family
trade is solicited and all orders receive nromnt attention.
Jas, E. Pepper Whiskey ; A. A.
Whiskey ; Guekenheimer Rye ;
nortlnlt Ufotnr ond
"union imu.1) mm an ms rineai wim&i
LOVEJOY & CO.,
1 Cor. Nuunnu and Merchant
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED Stenographer and typewrl
ter has privilege outside work
ary nominal ft.. Bulletin
TO LET Cottige of C rooms, suitable
Tor five gentlemen with or without
hoard. Enquire Mrs. Vldas". King
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Love bldg..
will hold summer term during Jtilv
and August 2200 'f
in Car Collision
Utlcn, N Y July ; On the electric
railroad near Gloversvllle last nlg'it
limit' was a collision between two cars
ciowded with passengers, by which lll
teen persons were killed and tweuly
For u distance ot four miles north nf
Gloversvllle the Mountain Lako Itatl-
a), an electric road connects Glovers-
vllto with a popular place of resort or
picnic ground As it was the Fourth
of July the place was crowded with
pleasure) seekers Last night tho cars
weio filled Tlth peoplo coming homo
frt.m tho grounds At 10:30 p. m
about two and a hilt miles north of
Gloversvllle. there was a collision be
tween two cars ons bound north nni
one bound south. They camo together
head on, with terrific velocity. As a
result nfleeu persona wero killed n'lt
right and twenty-nine Injured, the 'at
tcr more or leas seriously.
LIVE IT DOWN.
Will Moody, son and successor al
Northfleld of the late Dwlght L. Moody,
tells tho following story, apropos of
recent theological events, about a
oung convert In the Salvation Army,
who, earnest and zealous, was Imbued
with the Idea that he must speak to
everyone on the subject of religion. He
was especially moved one day while tra
venng to address a somewhat austere
Individual seated Just In fiont of him
Touching him on the shoulder, he put
the usual question "M) brother, arn
you a Christian'"
"Sir," was tho repl) and perhaps
with a shado of Impatience 'I'm n pro
fcBsor In a theological seminary."
Hut this onl) seemed to cnll for re
newed effort, and tho )Oung man was
equal to It. "My dear brother," ho
said, "ns you value your soul, don't let
a thing like that atnnd between ynu
and tho Lord."
Jesse Moore Whiskey ; Gutters' I
Manilla "Anchor Brand" Beer ; I
.11 Ik. rl. lit!... IS
8ts. TCLBPIIONE 308
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM 80DA,
KO.MCL, ROOT BEER, Etc.,
Is sweetened bv the use of pure
cane sugar. We use no cheap
substitute, ONE REA80N
WHY OUR BEVERAGES
ARE THE BE6T AND TUB
Prompt delivery anyw here and
everywhere In the city and Wai
Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street
The sectionnl bookcase has ev
erywhere taken the place o' the
old style cases, so In hu)lng tho
only question In the mind of tho
buyer is which of the dlffereut
makes to select.
This is important, too, as all
sectional bookcases are not good
and some haVo very weak points.
The "Gunn" system Is recog
nized as the highest standard,
and we aro willing to explain tho
winning points at any time, i-o
will be pleased to see )ou at our
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROCESS BLOCK, FORT STREET,
Our Soda Waters
aro everywhere conceded to be
the highest quality. We sell
35c THE DOZEN.
Delivery free anywhere in the
city. All orders promptly at
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
The Bulletin, 73 cents per month.
65 Queen St.
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT
On Friday, July I8II1,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At tho old Flshmarkct wharf, near
tho foot ot Maunakoa street, Honolulu,
I will sell nt Public Auction, for ac
count of whom It may concern, tho fol
lowing goods, slightly damaged by
salt vvator on voyago of exportation
from Honolulu to Kauai, on April 17th,
ox schooner Twilight, George Kane,
Master. ., u JhJ!,33I2S
89,000 shingles, moro or lcsi.
25,000 ft. (moro or less) as
sorted N. W. and ltcdwood
Terms: Cash, U. S gold coin.
Honolulu, July Sth, 1902.
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON FRIDAY, JULY 18,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my BaTesroom, (!S Cr-teen street, I
will sell at I'ubllc Auction, a very Inrgo
quantity of fumitiiic, consisting of
beds, bureaus, washstands, tables,
rockers, chairs, meat sates, music cab
inet, buffet, Ico boxes, show cases,
sewing machine, counters, springs,
mtntresscs, matting, window poles, net
ting, wood stoves, largo number straw
hats, trousers, tobacco, groceries, cer
eals, ferns and plants, etc.r etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sale In
ON MONDAY, JULY 21st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
Mr. C. R. 1 lemon way, trustee. In re tho
matter ot K. TAKKTA, a bankrupt, nil
of tho stock ot goods, consisting of gen
eral merchandise, ribbons, silk strings,
pass books, toys, clothing, crepe, drctM
goods, shoes, largo pair scales, cath
register, largo mirror, show cases,
counters, shelves nnd a McNealo & Ur
Jas. P. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Derctnnla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustnce Esq.; 130
ftct on Deretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; one-half CasTi, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent
SECOND Premises 2,59 KInau St.,
at present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
froperty has a frontago on KInau St.
it 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Dcdrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Rath,
laigo Carrlago House. Prico $1500.
Terms, ono-nalf cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lot
has a right ot way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on KInau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on KInau St,
10G feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the rot. Price
$4000. One-half cash, balance on
mortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net Has
right of way to Deretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.