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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T TUESDAY. Jl'LY 29, 1902.
THE BEST BEER
It Is pale, pure and delicious In the rare flavor of the finest
Bohemian hops. A tatte will convince you of Its superior quali
ties. Order a dozen from
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Cor. Nuuanu and .Mcrclumt
Pi t' II Cooper p.ist exalted ruloi
of the lu til loilKe of Elks mid Dlstrh t
Dcpul) for the Territory leaes In tlio
5iorra this afternoon for the (itnnd
Lodge Convention nt Salt Lake City
to he. held August 12.
Kroui all parts of the Fnlted States
delegate from the ludges will Iloe-k
lo the Vtnh nt) when- the herd will
meet In annual convention.
Iletlde their delicate, each lodge)
tends n jouvetilr of some kind which
'Kill lit distributed among the dele
gates and their families. The local
lodge U sending as a souvenler a b.-idg.
printed on tapa cloth the design being
ihe tvork of 11. I). Couzens. It Is sur
muunted with the Hawaiian pluusu
"Aloha Nul Oe" and Is verj nr.it In up
jCiiamc and unique In Its ninke-up.
ALOHA NUI OE
-. Vv f 'V!
-- AVasJ r 'k. ' '
TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the Courf
of Tax Appeals for tho First Judicial
Circuit, Island of Oahu, will sit In the
Tax Office, Judiciary building, on I'rl
day, the 1st day of August, 1902, at
1 30 p. m.. to bear such appeals as
Way be brought before It.
B. O WINSTON,
Vrcsldcnt of the Court of Tax Appeals
for tho Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, July 28, 11)02, 220!Mlt
Victoria. 11. c. July 19 -William
McAdams was committed to Jail for
nlno montliB and ordered to gle seem.
Ity for his good behavior for twelve
mouths for contempt of court in print
lug an article In which ho charged thai
x trial had been postponed through
the plaintiff huvlug it pull with the
court and also charged that the coutt
Has corrupt. He ulto made references
In the article to the personal character
ot a Judge of the Supreme Couit of
liuttsu Columbia. ln apologized to
the tourt, but desplto this the severe,
sentence was pronounced.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
to 20 lb.
WRAPPING PAPER, Manila. In sheetB
ir rolls, nil siies and weights.
WRAPPING PAPER, Straw, In bundles
Twine Binder, Spring, Wrapping, Fan
cy Colored Sea Island,
We have Just recelveu a new stock
of nil aliuf Items ntul enn show a
most eomplcte line
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd
GOOD HAULS AND NEW
SOUNDINGS ARE MADE
OFFICERS RUN INTO A RAVENOUS
SHARK SOUNDING AT MA-
KAPUU POINT KAHU-
The Albatrots started trom Honolu
lu July y. She Hist went dredging at
tho Penguin shoal und went from there
lo I'liako, ou Hawaii Here the vessel
lay lor several days dredging. Thee
oftuerH of the vessel speak In loud
terms of praise of the hospitality of
Manager rredenb'Tg of that place.
Some of the officers tell of an exult
ing experience they had while theie.
Thiee of them went swimming from
off Hie vessel when the plisure of the
dip uiih illsluibed by the arrival of a
hungry-looking 10-foot shark, which
uiih sevkiug whom It might devour. A
rapid scurry was made for the ladder
and the tlnte svvlnimeis gut out of the
wnter Just In (lie nick of time. .Mr.
riedeuberg stated that he has often
seen sharks of this size in 'these wa
ters. Leaving Puoko, tho Albatross went
around Kuhalu point to llilo. The ot
Hi el h of the vessel employed their
time making a number of sounding
wiille the scientists dredged the bot
tout. As the bottom on the windward
toast Is vor imigh, however, not much
sin nas was met with. The Albatross
stayed one da) In llilo. Off this port
a place was louud with a smooth hot
torn, but It was louud to he poor in uti!
Continuing the Journey, the Alhnt
loss went mound the Knu and Kouti
coast und unit to Kuliulitl, vvheie a
tda of heveral davs uiih ninile. us tho
dredging was unusually good and
could be worked da and night, not
lewer than 23 ileli hauls being made
In 21 hours on one occasion. While
In Kiihulul the Inhabitants ot that
place visited the vessel In huge mini
bets. They vastly enteitalned those
on boaid by getting very seasick.
On the home tilp diedglngs were
made In the channel between .Maul tin!
Molokal. This place bad been diedged
before und b picking out the spots
known to he good, some very success
ful hauls were made.
On one night the Albatross went
veiy near the coast by .Mnkapuu Point
to make a certain sounding. The Jap
anese fishermen were much startled at
seeing the vessel going seemingly to
her destruction and lighted warning
llres, but the ship's officers knevy
their business und steamed out In
The present trip, has, upon the
whole, been clowned with much suc
cess, both as far as dredging and
Hounding Is concerned. The vessel
will tuke 110 tons of coal here and will
have some small repairs attended to.
She will then leave for a cruise to Iilrd
Island, Nllhau and the northeastern
bhore of Kauai. On this last place two
attempts have been made beforo to
dredge, but on neither occasion was
then time enough to do complete work.
Upon the whole, the work of the Al
batross will hereafter ho more or lesj
In the line of doing the finishing touch
es to tho work already done. When
she returns fiom this cruise the Albat
roBs will await tho arrival of Dr. Jor
duu trom Samoa, on August 18, und
then It will depend upon his decision
whether the cruise shall continue ot
not The scientists on board are ot
the opinion that the Albatross will re
turn to the Coast.
The work done by tho officers of the
vessel In the line of sounding has also
been very suceessiul throughout. It
will be of great value, as tho charts ol
these wnteis contain very few sound
nigs, with the exception ol the channel
between Oahu and Molokal. The data
obtain d b the Albatross' oiflcers. nl
logHthtr about 8i0 soundings, will be
seut to the hydrogrnphlc office, where
upon they will be Insulted In later
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
The Oceanic steamship' Sierra arrived
off port early this morning and docked
nt the Oceanic wharf, one had n very
pleasant and uneventful voyage from
the Colonics, mnklng the trip from
Sdney to this port In 16 days, 11 hours
and 12 minutes.
The Sierra has quite a large list of
passengers for tho Coast on board.
Among her passengers Is Prof. It. E.
Alhirdice who went with Dr. Jordan
of the PI Mi Commission on the last
trip of the Sierra. He went on board
the same steamer at Pago Pago on her
return trip from the Colonies. Among
the steerage passengers who Intend to
Mil) at this port are Jose Costello nnd
D. CoMello with their wives and seven
children. They excited quite a bit of
i eminent on the wharf among the loun
gers there on account of their queer np
pearance. They are quite traveled peo
ple hailing from the Argentine Hepub
ilc. They boarded the boat In Sjdney.
The Sierra brought a cargo of CO tons
for this port, namely, CO cs tea, 1 pkg
emblems, 531 bags sulphate ammonia
and 2 cs curios.
She Is cheduled to sail for San Kran-else-o
tills afternoon lit 3 o'clock.
SIX MONjHS IN II
tn Phcin n Ptilnnninn who hnR mndp
frnditont nt.Tienmnri.M lipfm p Jlldcp Wll-I
i o on various and sundry charges such j
as chicken stealing, bicycle stealing. I
vagrancy and tne HKe. was mis morn-.
Ing sentenced to six months imprison
ment at bard labor on the last named
l.ti. Ptiu nnnrnrrd In rnurt with a
veiy perceptible limp and on his leg
was daubed a mass of black stuff sup-1
posed to be medicine. He wanted Judge
Wilcox to let him go until be eoulif
get ctiied up. He would then go to
work. The dodge didn't vvoik and the (
peiullar pan of the whole thing was.
that I.ee Chew, after he had been sen-'
temed. walked away with u very mucn
There are some Interesting mnlteis
iiiniiceted with trie Chlnamnn's arrest.
About four months ago. t'he fellow sold1
a stolen bicycle to a native. On S.itur-I
day lust this native was nnested by
Ih'tictive Kn.inabut wns released when
the circumstances became known. I
The native was blame less, he having
In his possession a ucelpt from the
Kona. July 24. The annual meeting
of the Konu Japanese Coffee Planters
Association was held nt Knllua on
June 30 nnd elected the following offi
cers for the ensuing jcar: Y. Sakata
manager nnd treasurer; O. Taknliashl,
associate manager; K. Vasuhlra, audi
tor, S 1'yemura. auditor.
Despite the small crop of last year
the Japanese coffee mill of Kiillua has
received nbout 2300 hags which con
tained nearly 232.2J0 pounds of parch
ment eotfee to clean. Nenlly half ol
this coffee belongs to other than Japan
The Japan esc population of Kona
has three schools of their own. Th
Kuinnllu school which was opened bv
0. Sato. Iluddhlst preacner, lias also
a dormitory. In which he and his wife
i.se every elfort to educate and raise
the Kuinnllu children. The Holualoa
und Honoknhau schools which aie call
ed "Noith Kona Japanese schools" kept
by the donation of the Japanese resi
dents In North Kona with the aid of a
few foielgners. has Just appointed one
more teacher beside .Mr. I'.vemura as
the children Increased one teacher can
harell superintend two schools five
miles apait. Kona Echo.
ENTERPRISE AT HILO
A telegram from Hllo leeelvcd Inst
evening unnounccd the unlvnl ot the
Mntt'in steamer Enterprise and the
new tug early jeBterday moinlni,.
A NAVY RACE.
San Francisco, July 19. Many men
of the crew of the warship Philadel
phia were given shore leave )esterday
for the first time In seven months.
Wiille nt Panama, the Philadelphia's
callors won a three-mile boat race
from the Jackles of the Ilrltlsh cruiser
Amphlon, beating the Englishmen a
ship's length nnd dividing $G00 among
themselves. The Amphlon having no
racing boat, tho Englishmen were giv
en the choice of all the Philadelphia's
boats, but with apparent advantage
were unable to defeat the Yankees.
This race Is of special Interest to
many of the old waterfronters, who re
member the time, some years ago,
when a crew of boat boys of this port
beat a boat crew from the Philadelphia
In a race.
NEW - TO-DAY
At a special meeting of the Stock
holders of the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company. Ltd., held on Monday,
July 28th, 1902. Mr. James A. Kennedy
wns duly elected President of snld
company for the unexpired term, vice
Mr. J. Ena, resigned
r ir n.Aip
Honolulu, July 2Sth, 1902. 2210-lw
p m a
Monday .. ,,
lo 40 S "O)' i io
9 tl 4 l ?
It ty 4 tB
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t aljt l
1 tC t.l
4 at t o
New moon August 3 at 9:47 p. m.
Pull moon on the 2'Jth. at C:lC n. n.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The. tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at I1j
nolulu. llauallnn Standnrd Time Is lOh 20m
slower than Greenwich time, belns
that of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle blows at 1:30 p, m., which
Is the same as Greenwich, Oh Oro.
Weather Hureau. Punahou, Jul) 29.
Temperotuie Motnlng minimum,
71. Mleldny maximum, S2.
Ilarometer nt 9 u. m. 29.99. Inegular.
Dew Point Oil',
Humidity at 9 a. m. 7.1 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. July
29. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NT.
Tuesday. July 29.
S. S. Sierra. Houdlette, from the Col
onies. Am. sp. J. 11. Thomas, Soule. 11 days
Am. sp. Kort George, MeClurc. 10)
dns fiom Port I'ltle. anehoied off port
The bark Andrew Welch Is nt present
lying at the Irmgnrd wharf discharging
Monday, July 2S.
. Am. sehr. Ilobt. Hind, for Eleele.
Str. Lehua, Nuopala. for Molokal
Stmr. Ke An Hon, Moshei, for Kauai
Sclu. Mulolo, for Hannlel and Kallhl
wal. SAILING TODAY.
Stmr. Claiidlne, Parker, for Hlio nnd
tvay ports, at 12 m.
Stmr. llelene, Nicholson, for Maul
and Hawaii ports, nt f p. m.
Stmi W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Hn
nnmnulu, AhukiuL, Nuwlliwill, Koloa,
Eleele- nnd Hannpepe. nt ." p. m.
Stmr. Maunn Loa. Slmerson, for La
balnn. Mnalaea, Kona and Kau ports,
it 2 p. m.
S S. Sierra, Houdlette. for San Fran
cisco, at 3 p. m.
From the Colonies, per S. S. Sierra,
July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Ashby. Mr. Dy
ers. Mrs. Hoy Uraddock, Fred, llrlek
nell, I.. Chalk, Mrs. Coad and Infant,
J. C. Durant, Miss Duff, Miss O. Ed
wick. Mr. and .Mrs. W. G. Goodman, C.
A. Henderson, C. E. Holmes, Miss
Agues Mahr, Miss Florrle Mahr, Mr.
and Mis. J. Murdoch, II. MeCaslln. W.
J. McCorquodale, Prof, and Mrs. Pow
ell, Louis Powell, A. P. Qiilrlin, Mr.
Itlley. F. Ilhodes, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jns.
Stevenron nud child; Mrs. Sullivan,
Captain and Mrs. E. II. Sterling and
maid; Hay M. Sterling. Miss Ethel M.
Pteillng. Miss Helen D. Sleillng. Mr
and Mis. J. Stuart, Master Stuart. Ma
ior Tomklnton, Mr. and Mrs. Tobln,
Mrs. A K Vogelmann, L. Wltethchka,
Italph It. Wolf, Mr. anil Mrs. E. A. Wll
holinl. Mrs. Anscon'be and child. T W
D-wli-y, .Mrs. E. Ulekforcl nnd two
children. F. Coleman, C. O. Church,
Euill IlRaben, Mr. and Mis. Hughes,
'.V. II. Ki'll). D. Locke. A. Mnglll. J.
Mnglll Mrs. Maglll. Mrs. W. Mill. Miss
1.11) Mills Miss Ethel Mills. Miss Ollvu
Mills, W Mills Jr.. P. U. Noitem, Dr.
I'm! lentil. Chas Sorrell, Jos Schaete-r,
Mr and Mis J. Sehlffers. .Ml. Wall. T
II. Wntsou, James I.. Wallace, llev. W
II Wan en, Vi V. Warren, Miss Claia
Wledoui. For Hi)olulu I'reu It. E.
Ailnrdlct, W Couradt, Mitt. Commit,
T W. Uewley, W. F. Hasle-w, 11 Huh
lew. Jose Costello, wife mid child, D.
Costello, wife and hIx ehlldieii.
From San Francisco per hk. And lew
Welch. July 2S. Marshall Kelser, M.
J. McLean and J. II. Hiimlio)
For Maui, Konu und Kau ports, per
ftr Mauna Loa. July 29 Mrs. C. Hub-
Bky, Hev. V. I). Westervelt and wife,
J. K. Aeu, V. C. AchlvJr.. Miss Holla
Horba. K. H. Ilayselden and wife. II.
A. Hlgelow, John Campbell, Mr. Ku-
lalwaa, C. Alu, Julia Fern, V. W.
Thayer, "Irs. Keavvepoepoe, V. W.
Chamberlain, W. A. Purely, II. C.
fearle, Alferd Patten, W. II. Cornvvcll.
,V. Cornwell, J. Greenwell, J. J. Smld
ily, A. Enos and wife, A. Knps Jr. and
wife, Miss Williams, Miss Iliunton.
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Claudine, July 29. Miss Cupelund,
Helen Wilder Craft, Miss n. P. How
ard. Mrs. Phillips, Miss D. Llpplniuel.
Miss O. Y. Llppintinell. Miss A. Hiek
nell. Mrs. K. M. Illckncll, F. Hrewer.
F. Samuels, Miss Q. Knight, F. M.
. . ,, ....it, ,,
John Hose. Miss It. niehardson, Hev.
E W. Thvvlng, A. L. Loulsson. L. It.
.edelro8, Albert Nawnhl, Miss L.
Plnncy, Father Matthias. A. E. Har-
rl, wife, nurse nnd child; MIbs Hella
Gay, P. Paronzlnl, H. T. Ilayselden,
Mrs. F S. Maloney, II. Itlley, A. Ilane-
berg. A Haymond, II. Deacon, Miss
tvtiitciieiu. .U1B. r. t. OlUll Ullll HUH.
i.uey KiueiKou, .Mrs. i.eo lomn, &eo
'JV K'nnnn'1 "' n- Wylle awl wife.
Mrs. S. F. Chllllngvvorth and four
ehlldrcn. Dr. Toyukugl.
15 Hotel St., Op. Union.
i ivi reiih)
I l-.l. Ill
THE GEISHA WAIST
Remains Queen of Shirt Waists
Honolulu Indies who live In perpet
ual summer, find the White Shirtwaist
nn Important part of the wardrobe ev
ery day In the year. For this climate
the waist should he, In point ot work
manship, a superior garment.
Manufacturers of GEISHA xhnvo
thoroughly studied tho situation and
are nble to make up sheer materials In
a manner which combines beauty, dur
ability nnd comfort to n. remarkable,
They sent us a large shipment which
arrived by the Alameda and Includes
some very beautiful nnd swell Bt)les,
made with elbow sleeves, especially
suitable for mid-summer wear.
All factories commence at this sea
son to work on Woolen Garments for
Winter. Wo therefore ntlvlse that you
supply your requirements for several
months, by selecting now, whllo assort
ments and sizes are comptctc.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
BOTTLEO AT THE SPRINGS AT
This watr I' taken from the
famous Vil aalc Springs situat
ed In the DU'nct of Puna, Islnn 1
of Hawaii 7 liere for years It has
been used by people living on
the Island t as l cure for Kldnov
Arrang'ann'3 have been made
with th F)i:a"atn Soda Works
of this rlry to act as our distrib
uting ng'a'j Send all order to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Cue of 130 Bottles
One Cue of SO Bottles
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equallod in the City. Now located in the
POUTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
HOOKED TO DEI'AUT.
Tor Maul po.ts per stmr. llelene,
July 29. For Kahulul J. Yates. V.
1'lcknptf A Oirrla K Garcia, William
Senrle. J. Jackiua. J. U. Lyons, Mas-
tl'r Carl Ba ( H- Henderson, S.
KeWnol, Master E. Ljons, Q. II.
Cummlngs. J L Coke. V. II. Corn
well Jr., Miss L J. Illols, Ilobert Hair,
'' Lnhalna MUs A. Chung, D. K.
Ilayselden. For Hina as. Cowan, A
W. Dunn, W. E Shaw.
HOOKED TO DEPART.
Miss WIHoe Judge and Mrs. Gnl
bralth, Alice Ma .'ailaue. C, II. Wells,
Mifcs C. Sanborn Mrs. J. M. Murphy,
It. Spauldlug. MUe Dreler (2), Mrs.
F. Hustace, Miss Waul. C. S. Perry,
W. C. Perry A H. Jackson, Miss 11.
Hoffman, C S Elston. Mrs. Hendricks,
Miss Edna (lucti Mrs. Gunn, S.
Sehweltzer Itrs. Mary Young, Mrs.
Suuer and dauater. Solomon Hyninn,
It .t t-..n.l n rtl.- -- n ..
" " """' 'V. v-na iiiuill, n. II.
i)eaton, Cy,lt rjM, M. M Monsnr.
rntti aeo, c Qp-key. Mls w, C- Pea.
lot.iti JIrSf u ,. pioiesi, A, u, Mor.
r0Wj jss Kin M Campbell. S. S.
Dickenson, Masters Geo. and W dial-
rafcrBi n. SchuU Dr. C. I). Cooper, V
A. Soly. Mrs. (.apt. Tiodmau, Mis. J.
a. Husslnger W It Ckuke, D. T.
Flvnn, Misi . p Tiodgc, I' s. Dodge,
A. I). Katz anJ wife Mis C. J. Lud-
wlgsen and child H T. .luines. H. Mcr-
rlek, I). Land Mm Manon Roth, M.
IV.tlK UVVSTILKP M.
oiFirruouu-i Scmiii. iiiuk.
V arc Jiylnf flinttl VVurk erj- Jiya
m-ar I'AINLrSSa. inb. Jn (to Jo eioJ
wi.rki n.il . nl in Itw m f Honolulu l-ul
anuhrrv anjwlll Kuarji.tee out work lu t
as trooj a anv Jt-t.tt- an pr.tJuit VVV ar
CiraJuat llfiul.ls ani hae haj r nianv
uar.vrrrUnti-,n tie prattkv ol IHml.trv
All our mituriar i. h vir rt inaJe or
ktii.unlottie dt-ntal re -evasion Noilurce
lur ifxaininailnns. H .nrr miu tinJ Itw tlslit
I'i lie, mimieion It K
'rioKlltf U'ltlon II ,n l.lu
it llolvl Mrevl
Sller l-IIMiisi. (.otalljd iccnornon!
Iiolj I mini:.. .... $,iOU L'p
PUNA BY H, L, WILLIAMS & CO,
I.I mo 0.0055
Magnesia . ...O.OOGO
lated as salt
EDMUND C. SIIOREY.
A rcbato of One Dollar wdll be
made upon tho return of ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 870
Street, opp. Love Building.
For Want Column See Page Six
FOR RENT Half of a furnished C
room cottage, suitable for light
housekeeping, mosquito proof, 43U
Lunalllo, 1th house niauha from
Peusacola and Ilnplel Tianslt.
A. Cheek. Walter Dillingham, Dr. An
derson, Mis, J. C, Walser and child,
Sidney Levy, Kong Sliding Tet, Knvva,
W. C. Alvaiez, Peicy Grlsvvold, Mrs.
Susan Miller, Miss Anna Gardner, C.
Moiilsun, Mrs. Geo, Mntheson and
daughtei. E. J. Hackett. F. C. Allen,
wife and son; Mis. Hemlng and three
chlldien, W. C. Cox, H. J. Knno and
wile, .Miss Wills, Mis. Capt. Gillett and
tin oo children, A, Hudolph, Mrs. Hit
ten and Infant.
HOOKED TO ARRIVE,
riom S.ln Francisco, per S. S. Ven
tura, July 30, Bishop ti. I). Rcstarick,
vvllu and two chjldieu; L. A. Thurston,
wile two children and maid; Mr
Chambeilaln, Mis. De Schuyver, Thco
dorc De Scliu.wer. Master Thuiston,
M. Whitney. MIbs N. Hannclough, Miss
A. Handy, C. J. Hariali wile and fain
lly; E. Hlshop, Captain Whitney, Mis.
M. F. Colhurn nnd friend. Mrs. John
Ena, Miss E. C. Warien, D. Andrews
and wife, II. HUkloid.
OUEEN WILHELMINA IMPROVES.
The Hague, July 1C Queen Wllhel
inlnti. who has lieeu convalebeltig nt
Cnstlo Se'lmmbuig, is so IM lestoied
to health that sl.c will ictmii home Sat
in day with her husband .
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
65 Queen St.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
'At the residence, No. 30 Kukul lane,
oft Kukul street, near Nuuanu avenue,
I will sell at Public Auction, the en
tire Household Furniture, consisting ot
Parlor Furniture, Tnbles, Chairs, Hook
ers, Oak Heds, Ruroaus, Washstands,
Hair Mattresses, Nets, Curtains, Hugs,
Pictures, Mirrors, Ucd Clothes, Sheets,
Spreads, Feather Pillows, Lamps,
Crockery, Glassware, Vood Stove,
Cooking Utensils, Washing Machine,
New Hose, Etc., Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Woollen Jiiildiiiff 3
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 30
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
On tho premises, No. 30 Kukul lane,
oft Kukul Btrcet. near Nuuanu street,
I will sell at Public Auction, the dwell
ing house, together with all the other
wooden buildings and corrugated Iron
Terms Cash, U. S. gold colji; 10
days In which to remove the buildings.
JAS. H. MORGAN.
ON THURSDAY, JULY 31,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mr. Schoaff, No.
C0A. Cottage Walk, off of School
street. Ewn of Foit sticct, I will sell at
Public Auction, tho entire household
furniture, consisting of cane chaiis
and rockers, couch, pictures, wall mir
ror, bookcase, oak center tables, hand
some oak diesslng ease, rugs, rfets.
Iron beds, buieaus, chiffonier, matting,
dining tablet, meat safe, eiockery.
glassvvnio. kitchen utensils, blue llame
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my fcalesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order ot
MR. II. T. JAMES. Asslgneo of tho
Honolulu Paint nnd Wall Paper Co.,
tho entire stoek of over 10,000 rolls
of the latest and most up-to-date lot of
Wall Paper In tho city. Stock consists
ot White Wanks, Gilts and Krauzes,
Micas, Silk Effects, Ingrains, Hand
some Friezes, Two and One-hand Bor
ders, Etc., Etc.
Somo $4,000 Is lepresented here In
all now nnd carefully selected pat
terns. Samples on view on Wednesday at
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
Ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; M
leet on Uerctanla atreot, 171 fee
deep; price $9000; one half cnsIT, bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property haa a frontage on Klnau St,
tf US feet and a dopth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises threo Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen, Bath,
laige Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balance on
n ortgngo nt 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lot
has a rlEht ot way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
ICC feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Price
S4000. Ono-hnlf cash, balance on
nwtgago at 7 1-2 por cont net. Has
right of way to Ilerctnnla St,
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MURGAN.
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