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EVENING BULLETIN. HON&MJLU, H. T.. TUESDAY, AUaUST 5. 1902.
NOT BREWED IN MANILA
Much undue credit has been given to Manila, 1. I, for the
production of that delicious beverage known as
ilia Anchor Lager
Manilla Lager Is brewed by Manilla Dros., at Dobbs Perry,
X.Y, and Is the finest beer In the market. Order a dozen from
LOVEJOY Sz CO.,
Cor. ISuuanu and Merchant 8t. TELEPHONE 308
A DOWN TO
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT GASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET.
NEW - TO-DAY
.KQTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned THOMAS 0.
flHROl. executor of thu will of GEO,
IQIMiST AUGUSTINE T11HUM, lata
f lluixlulii. Odhti, deceased, admitted
ft teubate this day, hereby gles no
tic- to alt persons having claims
CKfet the estate of said George
SiurM Augustine Thrum, to present
enc niiw to him at his plnte of bind
Mm. I0J3 fort street. Honolulu, with
Mi xtx months from the date of the
rtrKl publication of this notice, or they
TtB b forever barred.
Joterf Honolulu, August -Ith. 1902,
THOMAS O '1 HHUM,
Xiccirtor of the Will of Gcorgo Ernest
-tuga'tliie Thrum, Deceased.
2ItR Aug. 5. 12, 19, 20; Sept. 2.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In accordance with the proWsluns of
-i certain mortgage, made by J W. A,
Ktaluouie, party of tho first part, Em
ut Rrdhause, the wife of said party of
abc zlrst part Joining therein, to Tho
;rrrt American Savings and Trust
Company af Han all, Limited, a corpor
ation existing under and by vlrluo of
X3te lam of the Territory of Hawaii.
She jarty of the second part, dated the
Z'th.day of November, 1901, recorded
OJbe'r 227, pages 35C-358; notice Is
Ilcrrtiy ghen that the mortgagee In
Sauls to foreclose the snmo for condl
alnn broken, to-wlt, the non-payment
UTijKjtn principal and Interest.
Notice Is likewise given that after
Zhe expiration of threo (3) weeks from
Iflia rfmle of this notice, tho property
aonvEjcd by said mortgage will be ad
vertised far sale at public auction at
abe iK-tfon rooms of James F. Morgan
fin Honolulu, on Monday, tho 1st day
ua" September, 1902, at tweUe o'clock
nma of said day.
leather particulars can bo had of
Thompson & Fleming, attorneys for
Hated Honolulu, August Ml), 1902.
'THE FHlST AMEniCAN SAVINGS
AND TRUST COMPANY OF
UAWAH, LIMITED, Mortgagee
The premfseu covered by this mort
ptc consist of:
All those two certain lota, pieces or
parcels of land situate at KalmiiM, Ilo
'aujnla aforesaid, and being lots S and
1 In block 39 of the Kalmukl Tract.jind
una nine premises conveyed to the
oud ptty of tho first part by deed dat
ed Starch 1st, 1901, and recorded In
ajlier I1G. on pages 497 and 498.
Tacether with all and singular the
araeuKiU, hereditaments and appur
tlezuutccs unto tho above described
grrauiKs belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining, and also all the estate,
nfcuL title and Interest of the said par
If ti the first part of, In and to the
.-bain described premises and every
Krt and parcel thereof with the ap
She Owed Her One,
Tirrt society girl I cannot seo my
mdl as others seo mo, ou know.
Seund Boclety girl Oh, I don't
Itnnv. ton might look at your picture
Sn this morning's paper. Smart Set,
loyal Langdon Wright, of Mlddh
'i&rf. VL, walked three miles on bis
Slst birthday to attend a Republican
uiuimirfon In that State.
to 20 lb.
WRAPPING PAPER, Manila, In sheets
or rolls, nil sizes and weights.
WRAPPING PAPER, Straw, In bundles
Twine Binder, Spring, Wrapping, Fan
cy Colored Sea Island.
Wo have Just received a new stock
of all above Items and can show a
most completo line.
HALL & SON, Ltd
NEW - TO-DAY
Notice Is hereby given that In ac
cordance with the provisions of Sec
tion 2 ot Article 5 of the Rules and
Regulations of the Republican Party of
tho Territory of Hawaii, the Territo
rial Central Committee has fixed Mon
day, the first day of September, 1902,
at 10 o'clock a. m., as the time, ant
Progress Hall, In Honolulu, as tho
place for holding tho next Territorial
Convention. Tho delegates elected to
such convention nre accordingly re
quested to assemble nt said time and
place for the purposo of promulgating
a platform; to nominate a candidate
for Delegate to Congress; and to
transact such other business as may
be brought before tho Convention.
Uy order ot the Territorial Ccntinl
A. a. M. IIOIIEHTSON,
J. H. KISIIEH, Chairman.
Dated Honolulu. T, II., Aug. 4, 1902.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
Wlllemlna Proper )
vs. )Term Summon,
Anton J. Proper. )
Tho Territory of Hawaii:
To the High Sheriff of the Territory
of Hawaii, or his Deputy, the Sheriff
oi the Island of Oahu, or his Deputy:
You are commanded to summon Anton
J, Proper, defendant. In case ho shall
file written answer within twenty days
after servlco hereof, to be and appear
before the said Circuit Court at tho
August term thereof, to be holden at
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on Monday,
the 4th day of August next, nt 10
o'clock a. m., to show cause why tho
claim or Wlllemlna Proper, plaintiff
should not be awarded to her pursu
ant to the tenor of her annexed peti
tion. And have you then there this
writ wfth full return of your proceed
WITNESS Hon. A. S. Humph
reys. First Judge of tho Clr-
SEAL cult Court of the First Circuit
at Honolulu, this 5th day of
(Signed) GEORGE LUCAS,
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Is a full, true nnd correct copy of tho
original summons In said cause, and
that tho said Court ordered publlca
tlon of the same and continuance ot
said causo until tho next November, A
D 1902, Term of this Court.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii
!21C Aug G, 12, 19, 20; Sept 2, 9,
fl W ni-n,!lfv H4 vnnra rl,1 n haHva
of Lynchburir. Vn. Ih thn ril.wt living
Confederate veteran. He walk with I
two canes, one of which was once the
property of Daniel Iloone.
A special meeting ot tho stockhold
ers of the Pioneer Mill Company, Lim
ited, will bo held nt the office of IK
Ilackfeld & Co, Ltd., In the city ot Ho
nolulu, on Saturday, August 16th, 1902,
nt 10 o'clock a, m for the purpose of
considering nnd voting upon the fol
lowing proposition, to wit: To in
crease the bonded indebtedness of tho
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited, and to
bond the property and assets of said
Company for that purpose and to de
termine by vote any and all questions
necessary or proper to effectuate tho
said proposition, or which may be Inci
dent thereto, that may properly come
berorc said meeting. F. KLAMP,
Honolulu, T. 11.. August 5th, 1902.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice la hereby given that the ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In tue Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless tho pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will bo sold at
tho date hereafter named according to
August 2, 1902 Illack and white marc
branded "C J" on the left hind leg.
August 2, 1902 Mouse colored jenny
with brand that Is not distinguish
August 2, 1902 White maro branded
-O- on left hind leg.
August 2, 1902 Bay marc branded
"Jr" on the right hand side of the
neck; four feet black.
August 2, 1902 Hay horse branded
"T" on the left front leg, white spot
on the back, mane cut. Two fore
feet black nnd two hind feet white.
All four feet shod,
The nbovo strayed animals will bo
sold on Saturday, Aug. lt;,19U2, 12 noon
If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
I TO (if! TO
Today at about noon, II. HacKfeld &
Co. concluded Its negotiations with tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany with the result that tho steamer
Hanalct will be sent to Lavsan Island
as soon as possible. As this steamer
has been lying In the row for some
time and therefore will havo to be fur
nished with boats, sails, etc., before
she can start, sho will probably not be
able to depart beforo Friday morning.
The principal reason for dispatching
the steamer Is that it is feared that tho
Inhabitants are getting Bbort of provi
sions which the firm had expected to
send by the Ceylon had she been In
port In time. The Hnnalel will take a
large load of supplies and rlco for the
Japanese laborers on tho Island, of
whom there are about forty. These
supplies will be sufficient to last the
population of the small Island through
out the winter.
Mr. Isenberg of Ilackfeld & Co. stat
ed this morning that the Hanalel was
not sent because the firm felt any anx
iety for tho Ceylon, but entirely be
cause the firms wants to bo sure that
the people get their provisions In time.
In tho meantime, the Hanalel will of
course keep a sharp lookotu for the
The Hanalel will take a load of about
800 tonB of fertilizer with her from
HE TOOK THE HINT.
A Euclid avenue woman was much
nmuscd tho other day nt a conversation
sho chanced to overbear between her
cook nnd the latter's "steady com
pany." The couplo stood Just beneath nn
open parlor window, and the joung
man wastaklng leave of his sweet
heart. "Sure, you'll kiss mo before I go,"
pleaded the lover.
The answer came direct and with
"If yo were a babe I'd kiss ye, hut If
ye were a man ye wouldn't stop to
The bashful young man took the
hint, Cleveland Leader.
The physicians who attended Queen
Wllbelmlna In her late Illness havo
been receiving honors at her hands.
Professor Rosenstcln has been nrnm.
Ised to be a Commander of the Order of
tne Lion of the Netherlands and Pro
fessor Kouwer and Drs. Hoesslngh and
Pot have been appointed Knlehts of tho
A Question of Color,
"There seems to be an lmnresslin
abroad In New York city among a cer
tain class or cltlzons," remarked the
observer of events and thlncn "that
any law which prevents a person from
painting the town red on Sunday is n
niue law,- yonkcrs Statesman.
General W. It. Shnfier hn, in ii
Ing his old home at Galesburg, III ,
wuere still stands the Ior bouse where
lie was born.
It Is said that Lord Rosebjrv has
written a novel, but has decided to put
It aside, for a time, at any rn'c, fear
ing that tho publication might Injure
him In his political career.
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hirst quarter ol the moon on th'e
10th, 6:34 p. m.
Tides from the United SUtes Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same as Greenwich. Oh Ora.
Tuesday, August S.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from
Kau, Kona and Maul port", at G a. m.
Tuesday, August 5.
Stmr. John Cnmmlnr, for Koolau
ports, at 9 a. m. ,'
Schr. Lady, for Koolau portB, at 9
a. tn, '.
Schr. Hob Hoy. for Puuloa, at 9:30
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Hllo and
way ports, at 12 m.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Maul ports,
at 5 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall. Thompson, for Ha
namaulu, Ahuklnl, Nawlllwlll, Hoa,
Elcele and Hanapepe, at 5 p. rn.
Schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for Molo
kal, Maul nnd Hawaii ports, nt 5 p. m.
Schr. C. L. Woodbury, Harris, for
Hllo, at p. m.
Schr. Kawallanl, for Koolau ports.
Schr. Ada, for Kauai ports.
1 m o
From Kau, Kona and Maui ports, per
stmr. Mauna Loa. Aucuut .',. Pmm
Kau W. C. Devereux, W. C. Crook.
(From Kona W. W. Chamberlain, H.
A. Blgelow, Mrs. H. A. Blgelow, Mrs.
Patten, Miss N. Wallace, It, Wallace,
Mrs. J. D. Paris, .Miss Paris, L. L.
Orecnwell, .Mrs. J. F. Tarbell, Miss G.
N. Kimball, .Mrs. W. Wright, J. W.
Kunlmoku, Hev. F. Fltz, Ben Guerrero,
L. Toblner, Mrs, H. R. Tuck. .Miss II.
Tuck, J. Morse, C. Hunt, M. Fnrla.
From Maalaea W. G. Scott, W. H.
Cornwell, Judge Kepolkal, A. A. Bray
mcr. From Lnhalna Mrs. .Innnpn
,Mrs. Cnpt. Tojlor, A. Haneberg and 82
For Hllo and way ports, per str.
uiaudlne, Aug. 5 For Hllo Mrs. A. S.
Parke, Miss J. S. Parke, W. O. Smith,
W. C. Parke. Dr. W. H. Mas, Mrs. F.j
M. Wakefield. W. Conradt and wlf,
Lam In Chew, wife and child. Mrs. E.
Amweg. Mis. F. J. Amweg. Miss J. H.
Varsons. F. J. Amweg Jr., J. B. Rohrer
and wife, Mrs. Locke, Mrs. C. B. Daniel
bon, F. J. Amweg, L. Bellman, E. F.
Haas, H. Cannon, Miss A. Hanlon, C.
W Ashford, Miss Mary Chalmers, Miss
M E. Le Vau, Miss M. A. Long, August
Ahrens, Miss E. Richardson, Mrs. C. E.
Richardson, S. Ynmamura. For Lahnl
ua L. A. Perry, A. S. Madelros, .Mrs.
W. E. Reavls, W. E. Reavls, F. E.
Richardson, E. Krue, E. Haneberg. For
Kaunakakal W. G. Walker. E. Ren
kin, M. A. Robinson, H. A. Walker, G.
A. Jordan, H. F. Damon, F. II. Damon.
For Mnhukona Alfred Kay, J T.
McCrobton, Capt. J. Ross, Wm. Punohu,
E. P. Jones. For Laupaliochoc Mis
Van Anglen Laup, J. H. Moragne. For
Maalaea Rev. W. E. Edmond, Rev. J.
BOOKED TO DEPART.
Fot Maul ports, per stmr. Maul, Au
gust 6. C. W. Baldwin, Judge Kepol
kal, J, Leonard, Miss Mary Mitchell,
Mrs. D. Haughs, A. H. Hodson, F. W.
Hary, wife and son; Master L. K.
Smith, Judgo L. A. Dickey, Mrs. N.
Kalvviaea, Mrs. C. B. "Cottrell, Mrs. C.
E. Copeland, Mrs. D. II, DavlB, Miss
Lucy Adams. W. O. Scott and son. Miss
IL. E. Tcasdale, Mrs. W. A. Bryan, I.
H. Beadle and wife. Rev. J. P. Knpljia,
S. N. Palmer, C. C. Perlkns, O. B. Rob-
ortBon, Mrs. R, K. Kcahl, F. O. Cor
rea, Mrs. E. G. Martlnsen, Mrs. A, Far
ley, R. Ballentlne, D. L. Van Dine. For
liana O. W. Carr, Miss D. Waldron,
and nurse. For Huolo J. W. Waldron.
When the itockholders of the Wal-
( mea Sugar Co. meet on August 14, pur
suant to a special call lust sent out. it
will be to face a question of great Im
portance. The purpose of the meeting
Is to consider the future of the estate.
Tho agency problem will also be
brought up for discussion. There Is a
possibility that the present agents will
surrender tho agency.
Judge Gear Introduced to the bar
this morning his old friend, Henry E.
Helghton, a veteran attorney of San
Francisco, saying he was especially a
friend of voung lawyers.
Hotel St., Op Unon
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MM I. M.T
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES'
White Petticoats assumo particular Importance nowadays, as dain
ty foundations for pretty Summer gowns.
This week nc offer a Thousand of them at HALF toTWO-THIRDS
their Real Value.
You should see them. Feel tho muslin Could you nsk better?
Hold up the garment and glance at tho design. Observe the trim
mings. Examine the needlework, and then the PRICE. There aro
White Cambric Petticoats, r rip
one wide ruffle OUu
White Cambrle Petticoats, rn.
with embroidery edgo ... uUu
White Muslin Petticoat, Cf.
5 rows hemstitching, 3tks. OUu
White Muslin Petticoat,
2 rov.s hemstitching, 2 -p0
tucks, wide Torchon lace UC
White Muslin Petticoat,
wide double flounco with -re.
embroidery edge I Ob
White Muslin Petticoat, wide
flounce 3 tucks with cm-Ai nn
broldery instn, and edge.ipl.llll
Alio MANY OTHERS, Including a variety of fine, handsomely
trimmed garments up to SEVEN DOLLARS nt corresponding reductions.
BOTTLEO AT THE SPRINGS AT
This water Is taken from the
famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District of Puna, Islanl
of Hawaii, where for years It has
been used by people, living on
the Islands as a cure for Kldnoy
Arrangements have been made
with the Fountain Soda Works
of this city to act as our distrib
uting agents. Send all order.! to
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS
One Cass of 100 Bottles
One Case of 50 Bottles
For Want Column Sec Page Six
FOR RENT Six room cottage, serv
ants' quarters and nice grounds; Lu
nalllo St near Pensacola. Honolulu
Investment Co.. Ltd., Judd Bldg.
FOR RENT Five room cottngo on
South St., (17 per month. Honolulu
Investment Co, Ltd, Judd Bldg.
LOST At Maklkl, bay horse, with
scar on throat. Reward. II. P. Roth.
MAUNA LOA'S REPORT.
The steamer Mauna Loa arrived In
port this morning at 6 o'clock from
Maul, Kona and Kau ports. Sho
brought the follow Ink cargo: 9,000
bags sugar, 52 bags coffee, 405 bags
taro, 45 bags awa. 115 bunches bana,
naB, 30 kegs butter, 3G cases fruit, 11
pigs, 8 barrels pol, 30 head cattle and
177 packages sundries.
The following sugar Is reported at
Hawaii ports, ready for shipment: II.
A, C, 4.000 bags sugar left In the ware
bouse; !! cleaned out; II. C. C none;
P. S. M., none, K. S. Co., 800 bags.
Purser Slmerson gives the following
report of the trip: "Flno weather and
smooth seas alor Knu coast through
out the trip. Llile rain. The steam
er Walaleale was at Punnluu loading
sugar. She had 1,200 sacks on board
when we were at Kallua. Sho will
leave Punaluu today at 6 o'clock for
Kallua to get 25 head of cattle from
John Broad. ?ea smooth and no wind
Along Hamakua coast. No rain. Met
the U, S. S. Iroquois at Lnhalna. Soft
northeast winds and smooth seas cross
ing tho channels coming home."
Lady Curzon, the wife of the Viceroy
of India, will arrive In Bar Harbor, Me.,
about the middle of August. This will
be her first visit to America since her
WEEK PAYS TILL 6 P M.
SUNDAYS TILL ISM
We are dolne D-jntal Work every Jay at
near PAlNLJ Sb a can b done (tQ Jo enj
work) not only In Jim city of Honolulu but
an) t litre and will guarantee our uorktobe
at KooJ n any dentist t,aii produce We are
draduate DrntUtt and hue had ery many
eari experience In the practice of Dntltr
All our mate rut Is the wry tt made or
known to Hie dental profeulon Noiliarge
for examination. Re sure ou find the right
rlace Arlington (llock atj Hotel Mrvet
rposhe Union Honolulu The L'p-To-Date
Silver rilling (so caltei) - jocno more
Goldf-llllniM - - - Loo Up
White Muslin Petticoat, 3 rows
Torchorn Insertion and i nr
White Muslin Petticoat, with
lawn flounce, hemstitch
ed and tucked wltn 4
Inch embroidery edge...
White Petticoat, hemstitched
and tucked, and wide fleuri nn
do Us embroidery Lull
White Lawn Petticoat, 3 rows
Normandy lace Insertion n nn
and edge Z.UU
PUNA BY H. L. WILLIAMS & CO.
Percent. U.S (iillon
Solids 0.1SSO 110.92
Chlorine O.0SG0 60.74
Lime 0.0055 3.24
Magnesia ....0.0066 3.89
Silica 0.0065 3.24
lated as salt, .... 83.6
EDMUND C. SHOREY,
A rebate of One Dollar will bo
made upon the return ot ship
ping case and 100 bottles.
TELEPHONE MAIN 270
New York Dental
The high class ot work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people are realtz'
Ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department W charge of a spe
clallst nnd our operators aro graduate
dentists oi the hest-recogntzed schools
In the U. S. or the world.
Wo have a larger staff than any oth'
cr dental office In the city; we have
the best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
is are strictly up to date.
Wo can save you money on your den'
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cqst by a
Full Plate of Teeth 15.00
Gord Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 6.00
Gold Fillings f.00
8llver Filling so
Alt our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a, m. to 12 m.
We are now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family. Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that the market
affords, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
We have the finest display ot the
bitter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
One CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
ever put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIE8 and LOW.
NEY'S CHOCOLA'i ES ana BON BONS
THE ELITE IClfcREAM PARLORS
0er $500,000 has been subscribed to.
waids the endowment fund of $1,000,
000 for the Johns Hopkins Uulveislty.
This fund will bo used to support and
enlarge the work of tho university, not
for the construction of buildings.
65 Queen St.
The Lace House
ON WEDNESDAY, HUG. 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On the premises, Hotel Btreet, near
l'ort street, I will sell at Public Auc- '
tlon nil tho balance of the stock of tho
"Lace House." Goods consist ot
Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery, Silk Waists
Silk Petticoats, Loco Curtains. Childs'
Dresses, Infants' Wear, Bathing Suits,
Neckwear, Kid Cllovos, Silk Olovcs,
Ladles' Jackets, Veilings, Chiffons,
Trimmings, Etc., Etc
Also tho safe, cash register, tables,
sowing machines, glass top counters,
nlckle, fixtures, etc, ctc.
Ja8. F. Morgan,
For Account of Whom
It May Concern.
ON THURSDAY, AUG. 7th, (
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, GS Queen Btroet, I
will sell at Public Auction for account
of whom It may concern, the following
goods, slightly damaged by water on
vojage of Importation from Vancouver,
11. c, ex S. 8. Aorangl, July 6th, Cap
tain Phillips, master.
T II D & Co
CM l 54 38 3-4 doz lace collars
31 pes. silk mourning crepe.
10 pes. blk. silk velvet
l 713 55 18 pes. brown linen drill
67G 50 37 pes. Scotch chambrays
si. s. a, Co.
897G 40 gross Coats Sewing Cotton
8973 40 gross Coats Sewing Cotton
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Honolulu, August Sth, 1902.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON FRIDAY, A060ST 8th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the rcsldenco of LI II. II, W. HOW
ARD, 1314 King street, Walklkl of Pll
)ol Btreet, I will sell at Public Auction
tho entlro lot of beautiful Household
Furniture, Etchings, Paintings, Rugs,
Sofa Pillows, Easy Chairs, Parlor
Chairs, Mirrors, extra handsomo large
round Koa Tabic, hand carved Teak
wood Screen, very old and raro Japan
ese VascB, French Clock, Brlca-Brac,
Carved Teakwood Bookcase, vory
large handsomo Lounging Couch, two
handsomo hand carved Writing Desks,
hand embroidered, very old and band
some Indian Portlcro; largo collection
of modern and old Works of Literature,
Wicker Chairs, Lanal Furniture, black
Walnut and Blrd's-Eyo Staple Bed
room Furniture, old faBblonod mahog
any Shaving Stand with dlass, Feather
Pillows, old China Dining Room Fur
niture, Kitchen Utensils, Stove, Moat
Safe, Ice Box, Garden and Stable Tools,
two seated surrey, a runabout. Horse
and Harness, and a largo collection ot
choice Ferns, Pabns and Plants.
Furniture on view Thursday after
noon, August 7th.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretanla street, adjoin
ing residence ot C. Hustace Esq.; 13
feet on Beretanla street, 171 fee
deep; prlco $9000; one half casE, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau SL,
ct present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f roperty has a frontage on Klnau St,
tt 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcHon. Bath,
Iaige Carriage House. Price $4500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balance on
rrortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lot
hna a right of way entrance to Bere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad-
joining lot 2. Frontage on Klnau SL
30G feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot Price
$4000. One-halt cash, balance on
n'ortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right ot way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,