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ties. Order a dozen from
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HUl KUAKOA MAKING
ITS PLANS QUIETLY
BIO MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT
TO HEAR REPORT OF COMMIT.
TEE ON ORGANIZATION.
Not wry much has been heard Of
tlic llnl Kliokoa lor the past week or
sop but nevertheless the young nuu
have been vei) hard at work In a uuiet
vay until now their organization In nil
but complete. A few more dn)s and
the native HawallanH thioughoiil the
Islands will know why the ) otitis; nun
left the ranks of the Home Utile p.ut
The (ommlttee on organization 1m
meeting every day at 12 noon and. at
a, inciting tomorrow night, thin torn
mlttee will report on the work It has
At this meeting also will be eonslil
ertd the names of tho men who are to
SO to the other Islands and the conn-
try dlstilcts of this Island for the pur
rote of speaking to the people nnd
telling them of the objects of the new
At that time also will bd consldcted
the tnattei of the convention, which
ft ill prolmbl) be held during the tatter
part of Augut or the first of Septem
ber. One of the foremost members of tho
party said today that the outlook was
never more promising than It Is today
After tho mass meeting held In the Or
pbeum not long ago, some of the
stnunchest of tho members of the
Home Hule party approached the llul
Kuokoa leaders and told them that
they Intended to loin with them. Thesa
men have Kent their word well and nio
iniimit-rc'ii among me most act-
ie workers of-the-ncw parts Some
of these men hall from Knllhl camp
The nows from Hawaii Is said to be
most encouraging, the nutlves there
tallying splendidly to the support of
the new party. .Much encouiagement
has also been received from .Maul Tho
leaders of the llul Kuokoa are not say'
lug much about Kauai, for they have
received no encouragement whatever
from the people there. This they at
tribute to the fact that Wilcox nnd Ka-
lauokalanl got In the field before them.
Tncy feci that when they have sent
their speakers to Kauai and the) have
been heard, this situation will be ver)
The rollow-Ing self-explanatory chal
lenge was handed In at tho Bulletin
office this afternoon:
To the Sporting Editor of the Even
ing Bulletin: Having heard from In
direct sources that Mr. Jack Weday
has expressed a desire to meet me in
the roped arena, I tako this most pub
lic nnd direct meanB of expressing my
perfect willingness to grant him his
desire, and my absoluto confidence In
my ability, to prove that I am his mas
ter at the boxing game.
I stand ready and anxious to once
and forever settle the question of su
premacy between us, and tho Boonir
Thanking you In advance for giving
this communication room In jour val
uable paper, and trusting that Mr We
day will give this his Immediate atten
tion, 1 am, rospectfully,
Camp McKlnloy, July 31, I'M'i.
Christian Smith, tho oldest locomo
tive engineer living, whoio homo Is
near Harper's Kerry, ran the first en
glrto on the Ilaltlmore Hallroad at a
speed from six to eight miles an hour.
which was consldcied rapid for thoe
Permission has been given by tho
Empeior Menollk for an Italian eom
pan) to mine In a gold mining tract In
Tho placo to get puro Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's gtoccry.
to 20 lb,
WRAPPING PAPER, Manila. In heets
or rolls, all sizes and weights.
WRAPPING PAPER, Straw, In bundles
Twine Binder, Spring, Wrapping. Fan
cy Colored Sea Island.
We lime Just received a new stock
of all above Items and can show a
mint complete line.
HALL & SON, Ltd
IRELAND IS SATISFIED
SI Paul luh J. Vi.liUlshnp lie-
laud In mi inteivlert todii reviewing
ic proKieM of tin- negotiations con
diut'd In tnem Judge Taft and tho
Valli.in tmk to tiiKk leitnln Catholic
organlrntlotis I lint have nssiimcd to
question tin fairness of the Admlnls-
nation towiuil their co-rellglonlsts.
rbc An hblsbop suld-
Hie ntli-iin and (.mentor T.itt
.ime -n -1 1 slid iilikl. to a sub-Inn
il.il HguiiiHiit The ipieHtlon for Mm
Vatican In What pi.ntli.il methods tiro
to be adopted to put the agreement
Into cm union'' With a little time eer
win mnttim now (.ccmlng to offer
Kieat dltllcultl.s will b made, hj unlet,
skillful touches of potillHuil diplomacy,
to work Mi. mselv.-s out without fric
tion or eviltcment, and so, when In
Mnnll.i Dual roncliiidnns me to be
re.ubcd. things will have been rlpn
and will turn out all right. This Is Mm
Vatican method of proce.dlng. It Is a
wise and prudent method. .Mr Taft
understands the matter and leaves
Home thoioughl satlslled and hope
fill Time enn be no doubt that the
.utile co-operation of the Vatican In
now stuired to the American Oovern-
mitit In Its task of pailfluitlon In tho
Philippines and that In the lesulls to
i come the Administration at Washing
Ion will lue ample reason to felicitate
Itself for having Kent Governor Taft
And now It Is to be hoped there
will be nmong ert.iln Masses of Cath
olics In Amerlia a cessation of move
nients and declarations such us we have
had icccnt occasion to hear of regard
ing lellglous matters In the I'hlllnnlncs
I The Pope teaches those Catholics to
trust the American Coveinmcnt. as
'they seemingly have been heutofoin
I unwilling to do. In his conversation
J with Governor Taft he evpieFscd tho
highest esteem for American method,
of treating church matters, ami ie.
marked that he bail more than once
pointed toward the I'nltcd 'states us
"Hung an example well worth conj
lllK ,lls ons ought to similfj some
thing to those who profess io take him
as their leader ami guide t an rate.
the direction of Catholic aflalrs Is his
business, not that of Inesponslbln
chuiui societies or newspaper editois,
andwhen he infoims Catholic that any
one matter Is In hti t)ands the ought
piompiiy io step aside and allow him
to have charge of It The question ot
religion in the Philippines is now for
nuill) and oinclally his mvn and It
should be so considered as such. A
few there may remain who still believe
that they have a better undei standing
of it than he has and will Insist on tell
lug him how to handle It, but such as
those arc few, and at least It will bo
rlear that the) hold no brief whatever
from the Catholic church at large.
"It was the rnnkest rashness and
rankest Injustice to intimate that the
Government Intended to prose!) tlze In
the Philippines or to do aught to de
tach the Inhabitants from the Catholic
faith. To know In the slightest degreo
-Mr Roosevelt, Mr Hoot or Mr. Taft Is
to be certain that nothing of the kind
could have been tolerated Never did
there reside In the White House a man
more fair mln-led and Impartial)- in re
llglous matters, more resolute to give
all classes of citizens the tellgloiis
rights granted them by the Constitu
tion and to piotect them In those
rights, than Theodore Hoosevclt. Dur
ing his administration It Is unqualified
ly absurd to Imagine that Governmen
tal acts could be such as to deny or Im
pair the religious rights of any people
or tribe over whom floats the Ameri
The flagship of tho Wilder fleet, the
Klnau, sailed this morning at about
S 30 for San Francisco. The whaif
when she departed presented u gay
fene the like of which Is seldom seen
on the waterfiont Tlnongs of people
crowded the wharf nnd tbcro were lels
In prufutlo Doc" Monsarrnt, who
was nmong the passerera was veiy
much in evidence and his hlg vobe will
probably he ht-aid for miles on the
wide I'a-lfic when the boat gets out to
tea It Is expected that ho will pi cue
of mui h va'ue on the trip hailing ships, j.
in long instances, file.
The Klnau will lemaln in San Finn
cIslo for severs! months to undergo
extensive repairs and renovations
FOR THE SENATORS
(Continued from Pago 1.)
this fnll nnd the.' tariff provides an Im
mense amount of the money needed to
run our Government. It Is to our ad
vantage to make a plain statement to
the Senatorial Committee. 1 presumo
it Is a fnct that not a member of the
Fnlted States Senate knows that the
Federal Government Is getting any re
turn from the Hawaiian purrlinse. If
we make a fair statement and present
it to the Senators, I think the United
states will feel like doing something
W. W. Halt thought t'jo committee
should make a strong point of the du
ties on Imports, The Congressmen
probably did not think unythlng about
it. If they had had the slightest Idea
ihat Hawaii was returning $1,."(H,IMI0 a
year to Uncle Sam they would have
looked at It very differently.
W J. England moved that a commit
tee of three be elected to net with
President Hartley as an ex officio mem
ner, nnd draw up a memotlnl to be pro
sented to the Senators. Mr. l'lnkl.n.u
leconded the motion, which catrlcrt.
Mr England nomlnnted !'. J. Am
wcg, Arthur Harrison seconded the
nomination, and Mr Amweg was elect
ed Mr Amweg nominated I.. E. Pink
nam, who was also elected. Mr. Pink-
ham nomlnnted W W. Harris. The
nomination was seconded by Mr. Eng
land nnd Mr Harris was elected not
withstanding his request to substitute
J F, Hiimburg of Huckfeld & Co. W, i
I.. Howard moved the e-ommlttee eon-
suit with the board of dlrectois after
preparing their memorial nnd hi-foro
presenting It to the Senntors. Mt. Am
weg seconded the motion nnd it car
Chairman Amweg stated that the
committee would bu glad to have any'
member of tho Exchange, give sugges -
Minis at an) time.
(1 F Hush then moved that the iiim
mlttee be nlst. u reception committee.,
with power to net In unijunction with j
other similar committees which public
bodies might appoint If the) saw fit.
It was so ordered.
The litter of Chairman Hobertsiin of
the Hepubllran committee on the la-
bor situation was read and ordciud
' Praise the Fair.
The- following lesolutlon was then
ordeted spi.ad upon the minutes to be
taken up b) the legislative eoiuiiiltteo
nt the pioper time, on motion of W. W.
Harris, seconded by Arthur llntrlson:!
"He-solved. That the Agricultural and
Merchants' Fair of Honolulu, which
closes tonight has been a ciedlt to the
city and to the Mere bants' Association
and the lluieiiii of Agriculture under
whose nusplees It was held.
Ilesolveil. .That It Is the sense of
this Exchange Mint a combined Agil
c nit nt til ami Merchants' Fair and l.lv.
Stoc k Show should be held lu Hono
lulu ev.-iy other year nt n time to be
fixed by law, and that a liberal appro
prliitlon therefor should be made by
"He solved That the legislative com
mlttee be directed to cooperate with
jther bodies toward that eiid,"
In the nhsenco of President CDrtley,
who still Indisposed, Vice Piesldeut
W. W. Hull presided.
Among those picscnt were- E. O.
Hall k Son. by W. W. Hall; Cuslinum
.4 Nelson, by D. J Cashmaii and A.
Nelson. E. C. Howe; Pnlolo Land and
Impiovement Company, by W. L. How
ard, McDonald & Langston. by A. P.
MeDoiuild; Mackenzie k Fernandez, by
V Fernandez; Honolulu Iron Feneo
and Monumental Co.. by II. E. Hen
dricks; Pacific Hardware Co, by I.. E
I'liikhnm; Hawnlian Engliieeilug and
Constitution Co. by F J Amweg, W.
I. England Plumbing Co. b) W J. En
gland; A. Harrison Mill Co. b) A. liar
iImiii, Soienson k L)le, b) O Smell-
on, Leweis & Cooke by W W liar-
rls. Honolulu Iron Works b)
Hush, and M. 11 .McGowan
fflll'S io IN
New York Jul) 22 Alberto Santos-
Dumont, whose airship is being nut to
gether at Ililghton lleach, arrived at
this port this morning on tho Kron
prime Wllhelm. At tho Waldorf to
night he said- "1 don't know whether
n prlzo has been offered for an airship
night, so I cannot say whether or not 1
shall make an ascent. It will bo much
more difficult to sail from Ilrlghton to
he Hattciy than was the circling ol
the Eiffel tower, and the prize there
fore ought to be correspondingly targ
et " The former ptlzo referred to by
Hajitos-Uiimont was $20,000.
The Aeto Club of America has taken
thai-go of tho preparations at Ilrlgh
ton lleach, and It Is expected that a
sufficient sum will be raised to Insure
the oyngo of the airship. The airship
at Urlghton Is the Santos-Dumont VI,
which dumped hlin Into tho sea oft
Monte Carlo. All that is now about It
Is tho silk gas bag,
Santos-Dumont laughed at stories of
his marriage engagement. "A man In
my position has no business with mar
riage," he said "Do you think a wife
would let her husband fly around In nn
airship? No, I have too much work t X
marrv" to re
pi, j.h ,, , ,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of ,
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C.' 9 4.
New- moon August 3 at 9.47 p. m.
Full moon on the 20th. at 0:lfi a. n.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul nnd Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 20m
slower than Greenwich time, bclni;
that of tho meridian of 157.30. Tho
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. m, which
,g ,bo ,,, B8 orecnwleh, Oh Ora.
I Weather lluieiiii. Punaliou. Jul) 31.
I Tempeintuie Morning minimum. 71:
Midday maximum, &,.
llarometer nt !t a m. 2' !'S Steady.
I Halnfall 0.25
Dew Point KM'
Hiimldlt) nt !i a in. 75 per cent
Diamond llend Signal Station. July
31 Weatbii dear: wind light NE.
W. duesda). July 30
S. S. Nippon Mam. Gieene, fiom
Sun 1'ianc Isco.
Tliinsdn). July 31.
Am scbi Ottllte I'Jiuil. Iloseh 2U
,in.M ,,... -,m.i,n
1 Wednesila) Jul) 30.
str, i.,,),,,,, .Vnop.il.,, for Molokul and
.stli .1nnl. Dennett foi Maul poits
u. s. Cominlsloii ship Albatioas. foi
cruise to lllrd Island
gclir. End), roi Kihi,iii ports.
Thursna) July ",l
Stmr. Klnau. l'leeman for San
I'iniiclsio, ut b 35 a in.
S. S, Nippon Mam Gimie, for the
Oilent. nt 12 in.
stmr. Kniinl. lliiihn. foi Nnwlliwlll
nnd Kolna, mall and pass, tigers onl)
h:ieele, Hnniipepe. Mnknvvell, Walmea
I anil Keknha: ot 5 p. tn.
Stmr. Wnlnleale. Plltz. foi llonuapo
and Puiialtiu, at i ii in.
For San Francisco, per Mr. Klnau,
July 31 Miss Gaiduer Alls. J. J Car
leiu. Mrs. Inman and child. Mrs.
Clark and daugbtii W P. Tenn.-ll and
3 children. W. T Monairat, Mis Stein
and 4 iblldieu
W P Fennell I. ft for San Franc Iscii
lu the Klnau tuda).
Dr. W. T Monsnrr.it left for San
Funrlsco In the Klnau.
Paris, July 2n. The Temps com
menting upon the negotiations between
William it Talt Governor of the Phil
ippines, nnd the Vatican, sa)s "Not
withstanding the coin Irons languagu
by both sides, the Vatican's leply to
Governor Tuft's last note Is tantamount
to n tejectlon of the American offeis,
which amounted to nothing less than
the conclusion of nn Indirect concordat
wltli the Culled States. The signing of
s.iich u convention would have given
the apostolic delegate In Washington
n soil of dlplomaltc exequatur, per
mlttlng him to eon,fer dliuctly with
President Hoosexelt or the Government
without the Intermedial) of an Anieil
can citizen such us Archbishop Ire
land, riie Vutiean In refusing to lend
a hand In the gradual expulsion nt the
congregations from tin Philippines has
at the same time stilled the germ id
nn American concordat, which would
have been a triumph for the policy the
Pope has seemed bo ardentl) to pursue
Blnce his advent."
London. July 21. A dispatch to neu
ter's Telegram Company fiom Home
says the Pope granted
Sunday to Judge Tnft, Governor or the
Philippine IbIuiiiIs. and his assistants
In the negotiations with the Vatican re-
gardlng religious conditions In the
The Homo correspondent of the
Morning Post, detailing the negotln.
Monti between Jucige Ta and tho Vut-
lean, contends that the Ameileun an-
thorltles can unquestionably expel tho
friars from tho Philippines without vlo-
lating tho treaty or Paris. What the
Vatican gained by Its obstinacy, bays
tho correspondent, is not cleai. but It
certainly will have loat about 111,-
Minneapolis, July 22. II, S. Ken
nedy, secretary of the National Fedei-
VUll A 411U
'FRENCH OPINION ON
ntlon of Millers, tonight announced There Is a revival of Interest In old
that the milling interests of the conn- fashioned cameo Jewelry this year. Ono
try nre In league to procure the defeat of the largest manufacturlnc houses In
, , r ,ucJlncrBon ", u,s race Ior
- election to Congress. The announce-
-..v.. nua iuuuu jji.u cu rweuucu) a
departure for Des Moines, la., to attend
a meeting at which measures nn,l
MAnt . a n,n.l r 1. I-,. -..!.. ,-
liueuns to encompass Sileaker Hendcr-
THE NO PAIN
215 Motel St., Op. Union.
THE GEISHA WAIST
Remains Queen of Shirt Waists
Honolulu ladles who live In perpet
ual summer, find tho White Shirtwaist
an Important part of tho wardrobe ev
ery day In the year. For this cllmato
tho waist should be, in point ot work
manship, a superior garment.
Manufacturers ot GEISHA have
thoroughly studied the situation and
ore able to make up sheer materials tn
a manner which combines beauty, dur
ability and comfort to a remarkable
They sent us a large shipment which
nrrlved by tho Alameda and Includes
some very beautiful and swell st)lee,
made with elbow sleeves, especially
suitable for mid-summer wear.
All factories commence at this sea
eon to worlc on Woolen Garments for
Winter. We therefore advise that )OU
supply your requirements for several
months, by selecting now, while assort
ments and sizes are complete.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS AT
This war Is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District ot Tuna, Islanl
of Hi- Ml where for years It has
been used by peoplo living on
the liUnds a; a cure for Kldnc
Arrangements have been made
with t& Fjuntatn Soda Works
of this city to act as our distrib
uting as'-ntj Send. all order, to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Cas? of 100 Dottles
One Cat: of SO Bottles
NEW - TO-DAY
All bills asptnit the Merchants' Fair
Committee must bo presented at
once to the Chairman of the Commit-
tie nt the office of Pearson & Pottei
Co., Ltd P. It. HELM,
Chairman Merchants' Fair Com.
Tenders for the purchase of the
Mil chants' Fair building, recently
erected on tho Drlllshcd giounds, will
be leeelved by 'lie Chairman ot tho
Meic hauls' Fair Committee, nt tho of
lice of Pearson & Potter Co.. Ltd., up
to 12 oclocc uoon, Snturday August
P. H. HELM.
Chairman Meichants' Fair Com.
The undersigned, tho assignee In
bankrupted of the estate of M. J. Sllva.
or Kauai glvei notlte that ho has filed
In the Circuit Court. First Circuit, his
accounts a such assignee, and has
aBked for a settlement of tho same
and a discharge and that hearing on
the Bnme has been set for Friday, An-
gust 8th, 1002 ht 10 a, in.
F. W. McCHESNEY,
Assignee of the Estnto of M. J. Sllva.
Honolulu July 30, 1902.
son's political downfall wltl bo discuss
ed. The resentment of the millers nrlses
from Speaker Henderson's action In
holding up the London clock clause
nn,n.ln,..n ..... ... -i.-.. ., .ii .
, , "" "" " .(,....
w uu ujy wuu wnai Amenenn ex-
porteis regard as unjust discrimina
tion ngalnst I'nlted States flour In the
unloading charges at London.
1ew yorl! ' "' " has done more
work altering and restoring old cameo
In... I... ,1.1- ..I...... .... ... . .
jun.ujr in,-, wuicer man 11 uas IO!
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EDMUND C. SHOHEV.
A rebate ot One Dollar will be
made upon the return ot ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN S70
New Voik. July 20. The Ablel Ab
bot iovv, the 3S-root launch In which
Captain Henry Newman, a New Eng
land boatman, accompanied by his lt
) ear-old son, sailed from College Point,
I. I., on July 9th on a vojnge to Fal
mouth, England, was reported having
been spoken by two vessels which
icoched port today. Captain Ivon of
the French bark Tourvllle, from Nan
tes, reports having sighted the craft
on July 13th In latitude 40 deg, 33 mill.
not th and longitude CI deg. 32 mill.,
but It wus so Tar away that be could
not communicate with Its occupants.
The American liner St. Louis, fiom
Southampton and Clierbouig, nlso re
potted having sighted the Low. Tho
little boat exchanged colors with tho
big liner on July Uth tn latitude 41
deg. 34 lulu, north,- longitude 55 cleg. 35
mlu. west. The two occupants seemed
to be In the best ot spirits and waved
heir caps to the officers and passen
gers or the St. Louis.
Captain Newman expected to reach
England In less than thirty dajs. In
the nine da)s she had been to sea
when sighted by the St. Louis she had
covered appioxlmntely n distance of
S75 tulles nlmost 100 miles per day
at which late she should teach her des
tination, If no mishaps befall her, In a
Newport, II. I., July 22. Thieo vv-
i """""" "' """ Ilicoeiicj. w CTC
Irnnlnnila tt a.I.IIo... ..,.. ... .
om the home ot Miss illy Oel-
ilchs today, two to the Cadwalader
cottage, where .Mr. .Mat tin and his
bride will come after their wedding
trip, and one, which consisted of sllvei
ware nnd Jewels, to a bank. It Is now
said Mint the presents will be shown
after the bridal couple return from
1'eter Martin gave his bachelor din
ner this evening nt Deiger's IJellcvuu
Lodge. The table was set on the plaza,
which was decorated with palms and
hunting and blooming plants. The
table, which was set for seventeen, was
decorated with n center piece of Ameil
enn Ilcauty toscs and sweet peas, whllo
at each cover was a bo.itonnler of gar
denias. The guests at the dinner were
John Clinton Gray Jr.. Hail) Oeltlchs,
Charles do Loosey Oelilcbs, August
Jay Jr., Rinest Iselln, Fred C H.uc-
me)er, Hobeit . Collier, J. I. Ulalr
Hairy O. Havemejer Jr., John R LU
eimoie, Fiank Cniolau, L McCieary,
W'nltei S. Mai tin, Captain Philip L)dlg
and I Townseud Burden Ji. During
the progicss. of the dinner thete wus
music by a Hungailan baud, and this
was followed by a vaudeville show
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
i FOOT Ullli
65 Queen St.
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salesroom, 65 Queen sheet. I
will sell at Public Auction, by ordei
nf Mr. F. I. Merry, administrator ot th
estato of Clara Schneider, deceased,
all of the personal property, consisting
of one peart brooch, with diamond sol
italre, one tusk brooch, gold trimmings,
two stick pins, one Hawaiian shield
pin, one pair diamond eardrops, two
pair eardrops, two gold pins, three gold
rings, ono waist set, trunks, boxes con
taining papers, letters, photos, hard
ware, curios, ladles' clothing, etc., etc
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON FRIDAUUGUST 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, by order ot
MR. II. T. JAMES, Assignee of the
Honolulu Paint and Wall Paper Co.,
the entire stock of over 10,000 roll'
ot the latest and most up to date lot ot
Walt Paper tn tho city. Stock consists
of White Blanks. Gilts nnd Uronzes.
Micas, Silk Effects, Ingrains, Hand
some Friezes, Two and Ono band Bor
ders. Etc., Etc.
Somo $4,000 Is represented here In
all new and carefully selected pat
terns. Samples on view on Wednesday at
Jos. F. Morgan.
ON MONDAY, AUG. 4,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Slit. M. J. CAH
HOI, I.. Emma Square, second house
from Emma sttcet, 1 will sell at Pub
lic Auction, tho entire household fur
niture, consisting of onk pallor furnl
tuie, box couch, oak tables, rockers,
chairs, handsome oak beds und diess
eis, lace curtains, rugs, matting, pic
tines, dining table nnd chads, cblni
cabinet, crockery, glaBsvvare, kitchen
utensils, hot water holler and a number
of choice ferns, palms and plants.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FOR SALE ! !
FinST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 13
feet on Deretanla street, 171 fee
deep; price $9000; one-halt casli, bal
ance on mortgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
f roperty has a frontage on Klnau 8L
if 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KitcBen. Bath,
la i Be Carriage House. Price $4500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balance on
n ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. The lot
has a right of way entrance to Dere
TJIiriD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau SL
306 feet, depth 121 feet.
Uoomy dwelling on the lot Price
H000. 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.
85 Qtos St
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