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Good Party Hustlers
The Republican clubs of the Terri
tory met at their arlous headquarter
last evening and nominated men to be
cent to the Territorial convention am!
distrIct,commlttec8. For the moat part,
the meetings In the Fourth ami l'lftli
districts this Island were (inlet,
Some of .them did not last more than
ten minutes. The result of last night's,
work Is as follows:
First Precinct, Fourth District.
Territorial Comentlon S. Kauai, E.
G. Keen, Joseph Luahlwn, W. F Dill
ingham, J. W. Kelkl. Cecil Brown. E.
Bcnner, J. Kalama, S. M. Knnukanul,
S. Kamaloplll, Isaac Harbottle, M.
lloepono, D. P. It. Isenberg, J. Kall
mapehu, C. F. Peterson, James 11. Cas
District committee J. Kekahlo, J.
Kalama, Ur. A. J. Derby, I W. Mac
farlane, D. P. It. Isenberg, I.011I1
Marks, J. Kauai, J. Luahlvva. P. It.
Helm, J. W. K. Kelkl, J. K. Kuu, E. a.
Keen, W. C. Hoe, C F Peterson,
Charles Kupahu, John Kalama, S. Ka
maloplll. D. Pllkol Okuu, Klulkake, J
M. McChesney. I). II. Kahamoku, C,
Charlock, Kalole, D. Kane, J. Stelner,
S. It. Moeponu, W. F. Dllllngliam,
Second Precinct, Fourth District.
Territorial Convention It. W. Ay
lett, C. D. Wilson, J. Kumalae, J. W.
Jones, T. F. Lansing, J. II Fisher, A.
J, Campbell, L. Andrews J Kamunaou
lu J. P. Cooke. W. T. Rnullns, B. II.
Wright, George Dals and S. Kea.
District Committee It. W Alett,
J. F. Oilman, F J Church, J. Watei
house, J. P. Cooke C. II. Wilson, J.
Kumalae, G. II. McClellan. J. Kama
naoulu, G. E. Smithies, Charles Zlegler,
M. Keluaa, M. K. Nahalau, . Crozicr,
F. Manoha, J. Lucas, J. I). Marques, J.
II. Craig, B. II. Wright J M. Illggs.
C. Hustace Jr., F. J. Kruger, John Ou-de-ktrk,
T. J. King, L. C. Abies, S. II.
Rose, Daniel Logan, J. M. Ken Jos.
Ilichard, J. J. Reiser, C. K. Kaau M. K.
Mttkekau, W. O. Atwater, A. K. Hath
burn, F. J. Lowrey, H. E. Murray, C.
II, Ramsay, John Wallace, William
Jochcr, M. A. Qonsalves, Manuel Cooke,
Third Precinct, Fourth District.
Territorial Convention M. P. Roblu
con, A. L. C. Atkinson.
District Committee A. D. Nichols, J.
Mana, D. Kahaanul, Frank MUntyre,
II. L. Kerr. U. N. Bo)d, J. McCahe.
Fourth Precinct, Fourth District.
District Committee Robert Kama
kea, Jas. Nott Jr., 0. W. It. King. L. J.
Aylett, Henry Pelers, F. U. Angus, W.
A. Love, E. W. Qulnn W. W. Carlyle,
Chas. Spencer, J. J. Mlllsteln, S. M.
Kamakau, C. S. Dole, W. C. King. Wra
Savldge Norman E. Gedge, II. C.
Pflueger, C. II. Merrlam, Geo. Rosa.
Territorial Convention A. G. M.
Robertson, C. L. Crabbe, M. T. Lyons,
A. V. Oear, J. J. Carder, S. 7. Chilling
worth, C. Mitchell and Norman E. Wat
kins. Fifth Precinct, Fourth District.
Territorial Convention Samuel
Johnson, 0, C. Swain, Wm. II, Coney,
Ernest' Ross, J. Kcohokll.
District Committee Mlko Harvey,
Qua Rose, Nahora Illpa, E. P. Chapln,
E. Ross, S. KalliO. C Swain, Sam
Johnson, Wm. H. Coney J, A. Matthew
man M. J. Rlssell.
Sixth Precinct, Fourth District.
Territorial Convention F. C. Smith,
L. H. Wolf.
District Committee Dr. 0. W. Bur
gess, Herman Kruger, F. M. Brooks
and L. H. Wolf.
In this precinct, It was necessary at
last night's meeting to elect officers,
this matter haling been neglected. Tbo
itbiilt was as follows: F. C. Smith,
president; Herman Kruger, lce presi
dent; E. Aldrlch, secretary, and G.
Waldo Durness, treasurer. The Judges
of election will be Captain Uray, Her
man Kruger and E. Aldrlch. The rules
of the Republican party require a sec
ond vice president, an assistant secre
tary and an executive committee, none
of which the Sixth Precinct elected.
Seventh Precinct, Fourth District. j
Territorial Convention A. Adams,
District Committee G. Chalmers, i
This was another precinct that Hud
neglected the election of officers until
last night when the following were
named- Geo. Chalmers, piesldent; A.
Adams, vice president, uud Keuu, sec
retary and treasurer.
First Precinct, Fifth District.
No communication with Kaneohe
could be established this morning but
It was learned that for the Territorial
convention u Hawaiian minister and
E It. Adams were nominated while
for the District committee, two Hawa
iian ministers, Lot Lane and one other
Hawaiian, were nominated.
Second Precinct, Fifth District.
Territorial Convention Andrew Ad
ams. District 'Committee L. E. Manard,
George Kekaula, S. Kukahu, J. Ahslng,
Third Precinct, Fifth District.
Territorial Convention C. P. Iau
kea. District Committee lien Kaukana,
Ohule, W. W. Goodale, Henry Whai
Fourth Precinct, Fifth District.
There was no meeting held at Wala
nae. The nominations will
next Monday night.
Fifth Precinct, Fifth District.
Territorial Convention George F.
District Committee Du Id Douglass,
Sixth Precinct, Fifth District.
Territorial Convention W. O. ABh
ley, L. L. McCandless, S. Hookano, E.
D. Mlkaleml, J. H. Kunewa, H. K. Meo
niano, D. W, Kahlapo.
District Committee S. Archer D. J,
McCarthy, H. H. Wilkinson, R. A.
Woodward, J. H. Punewa, T. II. Mlka
leml, A. Kauhl, J. E. Kuhoa, H. K. Mcr
riman, G. W. Nawapoi S. N. Avera. H.
Dunshee, R. A. McKeague L. L. Mc
Candless, C. II. Arnold.
Seventh Precinct, Fifth District
Territorial Convention Pr. G. II.
Huddy, E. C. WlnBton, J. Kalama, K. H.
G. Wallace, W. J. Crawford, W. R.
Sims William Henry, W. L. Wilcox,
Henry P. Vlda, I, H. Sherwood and J,
District Committee Jos. Fern, Wil
liam Olepau, James Kaaeae, E. C. Win
ston, William Henry, George Farr, J.
Cockett P. A. Lloyd, Jr., W. L. Wilcox,
D. P. Zablan, C. H. Clark, I. H. Sher
wood, F. Mahelona, A. E. Lloyd, J. A.
1 1 1 1 SI T
215 Hotel St., Op. Union.
Walluku, July 25. As a result of
negotiations between Capt. G. II, Cum
mlngs of the Maul team and C. F.
Chllllngworth, president of the Hono
lulu Athletic Association, a picked nine
from tho Maul Athletic Association
goes bv this evening's Claudlne to Ho
nolulu to play a match game with the
H. A. C's. The Maul team will bo
under the management of Jas. L. Coke,
barrister, and all round good fellow.
The nine Is picked from among the
best plaers of the lctorlous Morning
Star team and Walkapu team. Of the
dozen players making the trip, six aro
from the Stars, lz.: Jackson, Plckard,
J. and A. Garcia, K. Smith and T. Kru
ger. Tho nine that Walluku sendi
down to Honolulu Is therefore a picked
team, selected from among the bcRt
plajers In the two leading teams and
represent the flower of tl)c Maul Base
Walluku Is proud of them, and In fact
nny town would be glad to own such a
set of gentlemanly plajers. Tnc team
will be under the captaincy of Geo. II
Cummlngs who was also captain of the
Walluku team that was sent to HonO'
lulu In 1896 to play with the Stars, the
then champions of Honolulu, and tho
Maulans succeeded In defeating tno
Stars by a score of 23 to 7 In the first
game, but were defeated by the Stars
in the second game by a store of 12 to
The team that goes down today Is not
the one that went up to Hllo and camo
back defeated, neither Is It the one
that met the Hllo's at Welts Park
June 11th and showed the latter how to
win u game easily. No. The bo) on
this team hae never played together
on Maul against an adversary So
complete Is Maul's faith, trust and con
fldenco In this team, and Its ability to
give their antagonists the hardest kind
of a fight on nny diamond, that tho
men are allowed to go down without
even coming together except at prac
tice games. This Is done not with any
Intention of hoodwinking the Honolu
lu public. Seeing Is believing, nnd
tho Honolulu lovers of baseball will
not regret an afternoon spent at tho
diamond watching Walluku bojs piny
ball, especially to see some of Jack
son's daisy drops and cuncs.
The Maul nine will appear on tho
field In the brilliant and gorgeous new
rod uniforms of the Maul Alerts, made
In San Francisco. The Maul team
hopes for a victory, but they will not
feel humiliated In any way If the Hono
lulus should win. If defeated, the Wal
luku bojs will ask for a return gamo
at Walluku park.
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Ahcong, J. L. Holt William Mutch,
Eighth Precinct, Fifth District
Territorial Contention W. C. Achl,
John C. Lane.
District Committee C. B. Dwlght,
W. C. Achl, John C. Lane, J. D. Aery,
II, Vlerra Jr., Kapono Kanlkollo.
Ninth Precinct, Fifth District.
Territorial Contention A. D. Lar
nach, W. J. Coelho, S. K. Ka-ne, George
R. Carter, J. Kalaklela.
District Committee Geofge Harris,
D. Hoaplll, Manuel Costa, John Aplo,
Geo. C. Potter, H. C. Morton, James
Shaw, A. W. Scabury and J. Alapal.
Tenth Precinct, Fifth District.
Territorial Convention J. L. Kaulu-
kou and Enoch Johnson.
District Committee W. K. Isaac. J.
L. Kaulukou, Wm. II. Crawford, S. Ka-
lalubl. D. Klkaha, A. Bolster and W.
Y. Kwal Tong.
TO REDUCE ASIATIC FLEET.
Washington, July 7. In line with
President Roosevelt's policy of extend
ing civil government through all the
Islands of the Philippine Archipelago,
except those occupied b) the Moro
tribes, tho Navy Department will
shortly reduce the naval force In tho
I Philippines to a peace hauls. Nearly
iall the little guubeoats captured or
'purchased from Spain will be placed
out of commission and some of the
'cruisers will bo ordered back to the
! Secretary Moody has under consider
ation a plan for reducing the Asiatic
fleet, but so far has not decided defi
nitely on anything except the with'
drawal of the small guirtioats from ac'
the sen ice and the recall of the larger
ships. In line with the policy of Presi
dent McKlnley and former Secretary
Long, a strong squadron will be main
tained permanently In the Far East,
principally to let the world know that
tho United States Government has
come there to stay and regards itself
as a factor In that part of the world.
All the armor-clads will bo retained
on the Astatic station nnd the battle
ship Oregon will soon be sent to aug
The plan which Secretary Moody has
under consideration contemplates the
detachment of one and perhaps two of
the three flag officers now on the sta
tion. The tour of sea duty of Rear Ad
of the sialic navalchmrdflwu cmfwypp
mlral Rodgers, Commander-in-Chief
of the Asiatic naval force, will end In
the fail, but it Is not unlikely that he
will be recalled before then. The
chances are that Rear Admiral Evans,
the senior squadron commander, will
be retained as commander-in-chief.
"Good evening, Mr. Johnson."
"Good evening, Bones."
"Can you tell me, Mr. Johnson, why
an egg am HRo a barrel?"
"Well, no, Bones; I can't tell you
why alT egg is like a barrel. Why is
nn egg like a barrel?"
"Well, Mr. Johnson, an egg am like
a barrel becauso both am made by a
cooper." Yonkers Statesman.
OFFICE HOURS SUSUAVS Till II M
OUR DENTAL WORK
Is iiH Near PAINLE86 an
Good Dentltttry can be,
" WE ARK UP TO DATE. 7
Prices as Low as th Loucst in the Clt)
All Work OuaranlrtJ.
Silver rulings (so called) - -so
Cold Fillings, - - - - f 1 0) Up
4 le it it
J CO I I
Last quarter of the moon on the 27th
at 0:45 p. m.
Full moon on the 20th, at C:1C a. in.
Weatner Bureau, Punahou, July 26.
Temperature Morning minimum,
76; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.00. Steady,
Dew Point 67F,
Humidity at 9 a. m CS per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
26. Weather clear; wind NE. Alba
tross oft port.
Saturday, July 26.
Am. ok. C. D. Br) ant, Colly, 13 days
from San Francisco.
U. S. S. S. Albatross, from crulso in
Hawaiian waters; off Diamond Head at
12:30 p. m,
Schr. Aloha, Fry, from Kaanapall.
Saturday, July 26.
Sir. Noeau, Mosher, for Honokaa and
Kukulhaele, at noon
Str. Kauai, Brubn, for Hanamaulu,
Abuklnl, Eleele nnd Walmea, at noon,
l'jom Maul and Molokal parts, per
Str. Lehua, July 26. Master Harry Lu
cas, Mrs. Poomanu. S. E Damon, A
lolleafeon, W. A Wells and 2 on deck
From Maul ports, per str Claudlne,
July 26 T. O. Ballent)ne, wife nnd
child, F. W. Hardy and wife, Miss M.
E. Alexander, Mrs. J. EHlnger, 4 chil
dren nnd nurse, Miss A. Bush, Miss
Dow die, J. J. Hair, J Lindsay, I). Con
way, J. D. Blcknell, Sister Robertlnn.
Miss Kahuleahu, Mrs C. B Cottrell,
Mrs. d. E. Copeland. R. T Engle, wife
and child, B. K. Kalwlaea and wife,
Miss Lucy Kalellau, Rev A. Soares,
Chung Hlng.'W. Esplnda, W. A. Bail
ey C. B. Wells, W. E Beckwlth, D. L.
Me)er, I). L. Van Dine, Miss L. Ta)lor,
Miss L. Melln, Miss A Gllllland, Mrs.
Naukana and child, Mrs. T, L. Plckard,
T. McMillan, W. E. Renls and wife,
Rev. J. Matthews and wife, Mrs. Man
ala, J. Garcia, A. Jackson, G. Cum
mlngs, G. B. Henderson, J. Yates, K.
Smith, W. Searles. A. Garcia, S. E. Ke
lllnol, J. L. Coke, T Kruger, W. II.
Crozler, Mrs. W. Denning and 5 chil
dren, Mrs. R. Ford. E. MtCann, P. Pa-
ronznl and 29 on deck.
From Hllo and way ports, per str
Klnau, July 26. Hon. D. Flnn, Miss
M. Barnard, Miss C. G. B&rnhlsel, fl
A. Walker, See Yuen, wife nnd 4 chil
dren. Mrs. Ah Lew and 5 children.
Frank Armstrong, M. Phillips, Mrs
II. G. Noonan, Miss J. Glffard, A. II
Jackson, W. A. Dickson, Mrs. Geo. C
Beckley, Miss Juanlta Beckley, Dr. Geo
Herbert, wife and 2 children, Dr. G.
Auger, K. Iwakaml, O. Kameoka, Mary
Allan, J. II. Morgan, A. Gurrey, Maj.
W. A. Puidy, II. C. Brown, wife and
child, J Batchelor, G. C. Horn. II. Gor
man, J. Lulz and wife, Miss A. Most
man, J. Glbbs, Miss Emma Williams,
Geo. Osborne, Henry Deacon, S. Dea
con, Cljde Deacon. Miss M. II. Rosa,
Mrs. F. M. Wakefield. A. Raymond, A
R. Morrow, Miss V. Bcrger, Mrs. C. n
Green nnd son, A, Loulsson, Ung Yan
Tnl, Mrs. Gllette and 3 children, Mrs
M. Rew ensile and child, Ernest Parker.
James K. Parker, Geo. Bell, Sam Ke
awe. C. Gunn, Miss Leslie Dlght, Mlsi
Ella Wight, Sara Wight, Frank Wight,
J. R. Robertsown, W. II. Cornwell Jr..
C. R. Crook, Kong Hip Lang anj 169 op
(Contlnuea from Page 1.)
Section 4536 Revised Statutes exempts
seamen s wages from aitacnmeni, etc,
An act of H74 excluding coabtwlse ves
sels from the provisions of sec. 4536 Is
found to be modified by an Act of 1895,
which provides that seamen shipped
before a commissioner shall have tbo
benefits of that particular section. It
was admitted that the contract signed
by complainant when entering tho ser
lce of Wllder's Steamship Co. was so
signed before a Bhlpplng commission
er at San Francisco. But tbo court
goes further, saIng:
"Seamen's wages have been at all
times guarded by the laws of all civil
ized countries, until, as was well said
by Mr. Justlco Ware, the protection of
seamen s wages has become 'the com
mon law of tho sea.' And while a few
canes are found In the books where at
tempts have been made, as In this
case, to garnishee the wages of sailors
by Inferior local law courts, yet so far
as I can And, In no slngla Instanco
have tbo attempts succeeded.
"It Is Indeed part of International
law to protect sailor's wages. This
has been done as a matter of public
policy. Their duties are fraught with
danger, their homo Is upon tbo sea,
They nre mere children when upon
land in all matters of business. So
much is this recognized, that It has
become the settled law that an ex
press agreement on the part of a sea
man to waive his Hen for wages on
the ship cannot bo enforced."
Tho court In effect regards the Judg
ment of the District Maglstrato Inval
id, quoting the principle that "com Is
oi law cannot undertako by garnish
ment to settle tho equities! between
the panics In order to subjeot an equi
table demand which tho defendant may
have against the gnrnlsheo to the pay
ment ot tho defendant's dobt."
Judge Estce quotes tho law of this
Territory on exemptions from attach
ment, etc., and, then decides as follows;
Will a rare combination of the useful
and beautiful Interest youT
Hermsdorf fast black cotton In plain
. rn- and Richelieu ribbed.
jt ziOC Non-eroeking black cotton, In medium,
light and heavy weight, $2.75 Dor.
Onyx black Ingrain plain lisle, eitra
spliced heel and toe.
Ingrain black lisle, superior quality,
Plain Hermsdorf black cotton One
gauge, medium height, $4.00 Doz.
Onyx black gauze cotton, high splice J
heel and too; double sole.
A f- 5f)( Fast black superfine plain cotton, em-
-ke wv ur0jerca colors.
Fancy stripes In all colors, with lace
boot and allover laco effect, $5.75 Doz.
Hermsdorf brilliant black lisle, a very
. rf high class article.
At i DC Fancy all-lace lisle In sky, pink, hello
Lace ITste onyx black embroidered
with dainty colors.
Fancy lace openwork In black, pink,
etc., $11.50 Doz.
Crepon brilliant lace lisle, vertlcle pat
terns In pink, sky nnd bluo with black.
Brilliant lisle, high colored top wltn
onyx black Jacquard boot.
Extra superfine silk with re enforce!
heel, toe and sole.
Also a com pie t; stock of Children's Hose, Infant's Socks and Men's Half Hoe
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT
This water Is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District of Puna, Islan 1
of Hawaii, where for ears it has
been used by, people living on
the Islands as a cure for Kidney
Arrangements have been mado
with ths Fountain Soda Works
of this city to act as our distrib
uting agents Send all order to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Case of 100 Bottles
(pints) $8 50
One Cas: of 50 Bottles
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
For Want Column See Page Six
A MARRIED couple with no family
have a nicely furnished room for sin
gle gentlemin Apply at Globe Bait
ery, Fort SJ, above Vlne)ard.
TO LET Airy mosquito proof BUlte,
furnished board If desired. 144 Der.
ctanla Avo. near Tort. 2207 It
$125 buys $300 worth of furniture in
good condition, complete for house
keeping, 7-room mosquito proof cot
tage: centrally located; rent $22.50.
L. J. Miller Emma Place. 2203-lw
"It is therefore clear to tho court
that it Is nut onl sate In .cases of this
character for all American merchant
ships when reaching the port of desti
nation to pay all sailors' wages then
duo, but that It is the ship's duty to do
so and that the pa ment ot tho sailor
under the forms ot law Is tho set
tlement of the claim and thus relieves
"It Is ordered that claimant be paid
by the Wilder s Steamship Co. tho
sum of sixty dollars his wages for tho
month of June, 1902, together with bis
costs of this proceeding.
"It Is further ordered that the sixty
dollars on deposit with tho clerk of
this court bo used for that purpose so
far as It will go, which sixty dollars,
together with said costs, shall consti
tute tho full amount due tho Ubellant
In this proceeding.
"And that tho'wageB of this Ubellant
is exempt from garnishment, levy or
attachment In this case."
T. I. Dillon for complainant: Klnnoy,
llaliou & McCluuuhan for Intervenor,
PUNA BY H. L, WILLIAMS & GO.
PercerTl V.S anion
Solid 0.1880 110.92
Chlorine 0.0360 C0.74
... 0.0133 7.84
Lime 0.0055 3.21
Magnesia ....0 0066 3.89
Silica 0.0063 3.24
lated as salt 83.6
EDMUND C. SHOREY,
A rebate ot One Dollar will bo
made upon the return ot ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 270
Street, opp. Love Building.
If you don't buy these lots you'll
miss It, because you will miss doubling
y6ur money In one year or less. Prices
bed-rock. Finest, coolest and health
iest location .In Honolulu, right on
King St. below Walklkl Turn, on line
of Rapid Transit, seven minutes'
straight run to Fort St. Will build
houses from $700 up and guarantee
renters for this price, $25.00.
Call and see
W. M. CAMPBELL
at his office on premises or my spe
cial agent, W. M. Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Investment Co., Judd Oldg.
MRS. A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Churrh.
-i A .. ii '
65 Queen St.
ON MONDAY, JULY 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a large
quantity ot Household Furniture, con
sisting of Oak and Iron Reds, 0"ak and
Cherry Bureaus, Withstands, Tables,
Rockers, Chairs, Cano Chairs, Olass
Cabinet, Handsome Oak Rook Case,
Olass Cabinet, Marblo Top Uureaus,
Hnndsomo Upholstered Parlor Set, Ex
tension Dining Table, Feather I'll;
lows, Daby Carriage, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON 'TUESDAY, JULY 29th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of MR. OROTE. Un
ion street near Hotel street, I will sell
at Public Auction the entlro household
furniture, consisting of Parlor Furni
ture, Rockers, Cano Rockers, Center
Tables, Sofa, Rugs, Pictures, Curtains,
Dook Cose, Books, Hanging Lamps,
Stand Lamps, Folding Red, Oak Reds,
Iron Deds, Oak Bureaus and Wash
stands, Chest Drawers, Screens, Dining
Table and Chairs, Meat Safe, Patent
Table, Wood Stove, Firewood, Ferns,
Palms, Plants, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho residence No. 30 Kukul lane,
off Kukul street, near Nuuanu avenue,
I will sell at Public Auction, the en
tire Household Furniture, consisting ot
Parlor Furniture, Tables, Chairs, Rock
ers, Oak Deds, Bureaus, Washstands,
Hair Mattresses, Nets, Curtains, Rugs,
Pictures, Mirrors, Bed Clothes, Sheets,
Spreads, Feather 1'HIowb, Lamps,
Crockery, Glassware, Wood Stove,
Cooking UtenBils, Washing Machine,
Now Hose, Etc., Etc.
Joe. F. Morgan,
10,00.0 Rolls of
ON FRIDAVAUGUST 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
MR. II. T. JAMES, Assignee of tho
Honolulu Paint and Wall Paper Co ,
the entire stock of over 10,000 rolls
ot tho latest and most up to-dato lot of
Wall Paper In tho city. Stock consists
of White Blanks, Gilts and Bronzes,
Micas, Silk Effects, Ingrains, Hand-
some Friezes, Two and One band Bor
ders, Etc., Etc.
Some $4,000 Is represented here In
all new and caiefully selected pat
terns. Samples on view on Wednesday at
Jas. F. Morgan,
65 Queen St
jn-l J .i.