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nVKNINa!IlULUKTlN11HONOLUI-U, T. It., TUESDAY,. AUGUST ,.11, 0D.. . '
CLEARANCE SALE AT BLOM'S
HONOLULU HISTORY USUALLY DATES FROM THE TIME OF THE LAST SALE AT BLOM'S BECAUSE THAT IS AN EVENT ALWAYS OF AS MUCH IMPORTANCE AS THE ARRIVAL OF A TWIN-LADEN
STORK. BLOM'S PRICES INTRODUCED AT HIS CLEARANCE SALES, SET THE TONGUES OF THE CAREFUL HOUSEWIVES WAQQINQ. THEY INSTILL IN THEIR HEARTS A DESIRE TO LAY. IN A SUPPLY
OF MATERIALS FOR THE WINTER SEWING. ONE OF THE HISTORY-MAKING DAYS WILL BE HERE ON WEDNESDAY-WHEN THE DOOBS AT'BLOM'S WILL BE THROWN OPEN AND THE-GREATEST
ARRAY OF DRY GOODS EXPOSED TO VIEW OF A CAREFUL BUYINO COMMUNITY. VALUES ARE POSITIVE, MATERIALS SUPERB, EXACT, NOTHING OF THE NEAR-GOOD SORT. , '
LADIES9 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Regular 7,"c Salo Price
Regular $100.. Palo I'rlco
Regular $1 50. Sale I'rlco,
Regular II 73 Sale I'rlco
Regular J.'nn .Sale I'rlce,
Regular $2 50 .Sale I'rlco
I'rlco" ..... .3!c
. . .C3s. 75c
. . t 13
$1 35. $1 50
.. . 1 Co
Regular 00c. Sale I'rlco . . .4 5rc
Regular $1X0.. Salo I'rlco . . $110
Regular $2.00. .Sale I'rlco .... $1.00
Regular $2 25 .Sale I'rlco ..$150
Regular $2.50.. Sale I'rlco $175
Regular $3 00.. Sale I'rlco .... $1.00
Regular $3.50.. Hale I'rlco $2 50
Regular 75c Sale I'rlce 30c
Regular $100 Sale I'rlco fl5e
Regular $125. .Sale I'rlce ,90c
Regular $150. Sale Price, $1.00. $1.15
Regular $1 73. .Palo I'rlco $1.23
Regular $2.00. Sale I'rlco $1.31
Regular $2 30. Sale Price $1.73
Regular $3 00.. Sale Price $2.00
Regular 33c. Sato Pilco 25c
Regular 76c. Sale I'rlco ....45c, 50c
Regular$1.00..SnlePrlcc . ..65c, 75c
ItcRitlar $1.50.. Snlo Price, $1,00. $1.15
Regular $1.C5.. Sale Price $1.15
lloRiilar $2.23. .Salo I'rlco $1.30
ItPKUlar $2.90., Sale- nflco $2.o0
Regular $3.75.. Salo Price $100
Regular $7.00.. Sale Price ....'..$350
LAWN AND MULL.
Regular $1.00.. Salo Price. (!5c cadi
Regular $1.23.. Snlo Price.. 75c each
Ik'Riiliir $1.00. .Halo Price. 90c each
Regular $2 0O., Sale Price.. $1.33 each
Regular $2.25.. Sale Price.. $1.50 each
Regular $2.30.. Salo Pilco..$l.73 cacli
pnicr.3 on silk and net
WAISTS CUT IN HALF
9 4 Sheeting
S I Sheet Mi?
7 4 Sheeting
Salo Pi Ice
72xrio .. .
"ale Pi Ice ... C."c each
42' 2ti Pillow Caccs, reg-
tilar $2 G5 itoz
Sale I rice . $2.00 dnz
I3."fi Pillow Cases, reg-
ular $2 75 doz
Sale I'rlco ..$2.10 do.
ONE OF OUR STRONGEST LINES IS EMBROIDERIES. ON ACCOUNT OF IMPORTING DIRECT WE
SAVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE PROFIT OF THE MIDDLEMAN. DURING THIS SALE WE WILL OFFER
OUR MAGNIFICENT LINE OF EMBROIDERIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. COME AND SEE THE
GOODS. . , 1
v THERE WILL BE A GREAT'F.ALL IN THE TRICE OF TORCHON LACES, TOO. THOSE FOR WHICH
WE HAVE ALWAYS GOT A DOLLAR A DOZEN WILL' BE SOLD AT SIXTY CENTS. AND THE SIXTY
(CENT GOODS WILL, BE SOLD FOR THIRTY-FIVE. TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL 0TH
BOYS' REGATTA SUITS FST COLORS GUARANTEED.
IteRtilai' $130 Sale Price $1-00 Suit
IteRitlar $l.r,-. Salo Price $1.23 Suit
ItcRtilnr $1.75. Salo I'rlco $1.25 Suit
HeRiilar $2.00. Sale Price f $1.33 Suit
Regular $2.30. Salo I'rlco $1.50 Suit
Regular $3.00 Sale. I'rlce $1.90 Suit
Regular $3 5". Salo Price $2.23 Suit
CORSETS THOMPSON'S OLOVE-FITTING AND W. B. NUFROM.
G5c pair CorsetH Snlo I'rlce . ...T. 50c pair
$1.00 pair Corsets Salo I'rlce '. 75c pair
$1.60 pair Corsets
.Sale Price $1.15 pair
$2.25 pair Corsets Salo Pi Ice
$3.00 pair Corsets Salo Pries $20' pair
HOSIERY LADIES' HOSE IN BLACK, WHITE AND TAN.
...Sale Price 2oc lalr
...Salo Price 23c lliilr
,'. 35c pair
Regular 23c pair
Regular 33c pair
Regular 50c pair Salo Pi Ice
Regular C3c pair Snlo Price B0c pair
Regular 73c pair Bale I'rta K l"
INDIAN HEAD, 33 Inch wide. Sale Ptlee 10c yard
A. I. C. Ginghams 11 jards Tor $1.00
nannelettes 11 janls for $1.00
Peicalo ami Scotch rjliiginins, 30 Inch wide. ...Salo I'rlce, S jards for $1.00
Klg Lawns, fast colors; rcg. 10c. d Salo I'rlce, K, yards for $1.00
Nainsooks In 12 d. pieces; reg. $2.73 piece Salo I'rlco $2.25 plcco
Victoria Lawns, 10 jd. llcccs; reg.
Kngllsh Long Cloth, 12 d. pe";'reg.
75c plcco Salo Price, 00c piece
90c piece Snlo Price, 75c pleco
$1.73 plcco. 7. ...Sale Price, $1.33 plcco
$J.nn piece Salo Price, $1.50 pleco
$I.S0 piece Salo Price, $1.50 plcco
$1.50 piece Sulo Pilcc, $1.10 plcco
TTnrrr UNENS. ' j
I'lllov Linen, 45 Inch; regular 9Cc d. Salo Price C5c. )d.
Pillow Linen; rcgulnr COc. yd Snlo Pile 40c. yd.
Linen Sheeting; 90x90; reg. $2.50 d..Snlo Pilco $1.90 jd.
Linen Shcetlns; 90x90; leg. $1.75 d..Sale Pilco $1.00 d.
I t TABLE DAMASK. I I
Regular 75c )d "!.... Salo I'rlce '. COc d.
Regular $1 00 tl Snlo I'rlco ." 75c. yd.
Regular $1.13 yd Snlo Price S5c. yd.
Regular $1 ". yd JTSnlo Price ?... 90c. yd.
Rcgiilir $2.00 d .s.lihlo Pi lie $1.23, $1.35 yr.
ReRiiIar tUc. yd Sulo Piko .". 25c. yd.
Regular $1.50 iloren
Regular $2.00 dozen Salo Price $1.00 dozen
Hccular J2.25 dozen Salo Price $1.73 dozen
Regular $2.50 dozen ' Sale Price $1.90 dozen
Regular $1.50 dozen r... Salo I'rlco $3.00 dozen
Regular $5.00 dozen Salo Price $3 50 dozen
Regular $0.00 dozen Sale Price $1.00 dozen
Regular $9.00 dozen Sale Price $7.00 dozen
Regular $12.00 dozen Sa'c Pilco $8.50 dozen
Sale Begins at
8 a.m. Wednes
day, Sept. 1st, at
SEE iW HARBOR
Naval Station Battery
Will Announce Their
When the If S. S. Iroquois, bcnrlus
the Congrosslnn il patty. lcnos the
naval dock at S'3o o'clock tomonow
morning lor Pearl Harbor, a salute of
tcvonlecn guns will lie Hied from tho
uavnl station batter) In honor of tho
distinguished guests. Captain Corn In
P. Recs, commandant of the Honolulu
Nuvul Station, will ho In command of
In order that accurate statements
legardlng the harhoi may lie when to
tho parly, Captain Rccs will take nlon.c
with ti In) Fomo of the olllcors of the
Cantulu Rees said this morning that W:,B tl, lmlc1' ,,r "' Although ka
tlio commltteo which hns charge of niaalnas had pilnied tho lBltois for
the Pearl Harbor trip hail not et! ""expected sights, thty, from long ex
culled on him to consult about tho gen- l'urlcncc, assured them that whatever
nud sampled the Ilawallnn staple. Tho
rcmaiks were ninny and arled, nud
the Kcp,ri8ctatlcs, with true Con
gressional gr.nl I y, ucicr turned a
hair. Ab u cuiupniinlso with his feel
ings, ReprosentutUo Reeder of Kan
sas said that he heard It wns ciy
good for indigestion.
Many old llnw-allm faces were
hilghteued at the "alolris" of tho
htiaugers. In the kitchen the process
of ninkiii; pul was examliie.l and t.110
In socral ttages was ililli!lcil. Tho
undent Hawaiian dish was a topic of
conversation until they hit the aipi.ir
iilm. After leaving the home tho party
traversed the Maklkl section and Pu
liation and through Walklkl to tho
abode of many fishes, I
After that the Cougrcbsincn didn't
caru whut happened.
Tho llonoiable Mr. Wulkns, from
Louisiana, was speculating bcfnro one
of tho tanks 011 tho particular fit that
' Nature must Imo been In when sho
uiado the huiniihumu. Tho huniii
humii winked ut Iilm, anil tho Itepro-
I tentative shook Tils head sadly. It
could dlstliiRiiUh the lion Id man who mo' by tho will of Juliette XI. Cooko,
Fept smacking his lips oxpietslvely all mid all other piopcrty of ovcry des
oral welfare of the party which goes
down tomonow morning. Ho expects
to sco tho committee some time today.
HONOLULU IS ON EXHIBITION.
(Continued from Vast 1)
tile. Tinning liito Tort tliuy passed
tho custom hoiibo mid marine hospital
ami went along the watcifioiit past
tho Nnval Station and tho Honolulu
The Jiillclury building was over
looked to the favoi of tho banyan trso
they might expect, the real things
would far exceed It. They did.
Tho eels, bqulds, and tho sore nosed
fish wcru tho favoiltes. Insulting re
marks wero made about the latter,
and he was held up as an example to
tho jouthliil of what happens when
)ou poke "ur hobo In other peoplo's
The tooling of the horns called tho
party foith somewhat reluctantly and
they pursued their way along the shoio
road mound gilzzled Diamond Head to
Ilattory Hurlow, getting much granu
lated lava In their eves and lustruc-
the vv.y tliiough.
So durk wns it that all weio per
fect!) willing to devote their energies
to sin) lug on the narrow- fixilbonrd
II tho lender slopped thero was n sue
cession of grunts ttavelllug down lln
line until it petcied nut, In much the
manner n3 freight cars come togethei
In the )nrds. When thoy eventual!)
cmeigcd to gize upon tho crater. It
completed one of the few successful iu
.mils that will ever be made on the
Hawaiian (llbi nltar.
The very nppcaran;o of the crater
biiggested the desolation mid sulllnebs
of That which tho big gnus, nud tlio
distant range-niiillug station stand foi.
Congressman Reeder nud otheis,
back ugaln in the Ilattory, Invaled jho
bakery and theio will be scvoiul
loaves mlsslns when the) 're figured
It wns hero that tlio greatest terloiH
Interest of Iho lawmakers was evi
denced. It was tho first time for most
or them, that they ically realized ilic
grlnmess of the plans to "hang on" to
tho mid Pacific Islands or Undo Sam.
On ench sldo the plantations and rice
fields bprcad and they siw tho Inilui
tries nud tho chance for Iml.isliles In
tho tropically luxurious foliage niiiuiid,
end a llltlo or tho future of tho Islands.
Thero rill bo many rovlscd opinions
at tho lieu Congiess concrnlnf the
great fort'flcatlons of Hawaii.
It was not until tho entlro battel)
had been Inspected when tho visitors
began to think of lunch nud o:iu by
one tho machines pulled out and start
ed back through Waluliio to tho Young
Hotel, which they began In icach ut
11 few minutes past twelve, huugi),
pleased and Inst meted.
Ill back of It, 111010 of Ititeicst to dwol
lets Ih the i:.ist, and passing betvee turn In thilr heads,
Iho courts nud the Opera House, the The bit; 12 Inch moitais, with tho
ears went through tho Capitol gioumli explanations of tlio officers, ticciuno
ml skirted Punchbowl. ' as tho mm els of man to them In tho
The unite outlined was closily ad- vnuio manner that the fishes wero a
hcied to nud not once did Iho leailc marvel of Nature. Tho long tunnel
le-ivq (he combo nnaiiged by tho I'll
i' n"invelllng maiika on Pllkol stieet
tho first stop of tho da) was iniiilu at
the Lunalllo Homo, wheie the matron,
Mrs. Woavor, locolved the puny and
showed them over Iho grounds.
tliiough Mndamo Polo's ancient ami
now disused habitation to tho ciater
and tho onco boiling pit, now dead ami
biillen. was made with Major Wluslovv
In the lead. Of the paity, Mis. Reed
er was willing to tako tho guide's
word for all the wonders 011 tho other
In tho olnlng room V, O. Smith In-- tldo anil letunied to tho machine.
. troduced nu aged Hawaiian and Iho The procession was hobgohlln-llko
irirty heard fur Iho first time an old ' and muiublliit's iislerlo'is inn biooIiv
. t Imp Hnvvallnji chnnt. Dishes or poij raros up nud down the tunnel nt tlio
,C wore passed iirouml, and tho sight Instance of gravo nud dignified law-
svers stuck Biirrcpt!tloub'nusQrs'tu It I makers. Hut It was dnik and no 0110
0. M. COOKE'S WILL.
(Continued from Vxzc U
tho Stnto of California to my beloved
wife, Anna C. Cooke duilni; tho tcim'
in uer nuiurai uitv 1 1110 win pro
vides that upon tho death of Mis.
Cooko tho piopoily sliull leveit to tho
chlldien In eipial slimes.
The second iniagiaph of the will
cads us follows:
"I give, devlso and beipienth all
property belonging 10 mo In the Ha
waiian Islands rot deeded or olhei
jwlso disposed of ut tho time of my
cilptlon. except my shares In Charles
.M,, Cooko, Ltd., to Chat lea M. Cooke,
Ltd., 11 corporation established and
enisling under und by vlrluo of the
Iiwa of the Republic of Hawaii."
Tie tlilnl pai.igrnph of tho will
leads us follows:
"I give mid heiiuenth to my beloved
wife. Anna C. Cooke, foi the term of
her natural life. One tlilnl of nil my
thiiies In said Charles M Cooke, l.ld.,
nud nil the test nud remainder or my
bhaics In said Charles M. Cooke, Ltd,
nud nil Iho rest, residue nnd remaind
er of my estate, rent und peisonal,
and rill tho shares nbovc mimed given
In my wife, nflcr the eplrntlou or
her llfo (stale, I give and bequeath
to my children. C Montague Cooko,
Jr., Clarence II. Cooke, Ocorgo P,
Cooke, Richard A. Cooke, Alice T,
Cooko nnd Thcodoic A. Cooke, In
equal shales. I desho that In caso
either of my said children should die
leaving no issue, 1 or n widow nor a
hiiivlvlug husband, that his or her
hhaio nnd poitloii of said eluucs of
stock bhalt pass to and he divided
among my remaining children living
at that time and tho Issue of any de
cent O'l child, such Irsuu to take by
lopicBcntHtlon. ) further deslro thut
111 case ury of my said children should
die leaving 11 widow or surviving has-
hand that such widow or uiirvlvlng'l
husbtnd should have n life Interest In
ouo-halfiof the fchnros of stock In said
company botong'nn; to such deceased
child! iid in care of no Issue, tivpavo
to the brothers and lister of said de
le ised child anl that tlio Isbiio of
any of them who may have died ijrlor
to tint time such Isbiio taking by rep,
lescniatlon, Nothing above written,
however, Ih to be construed to limit
Iho lower or each or my chlldien to
dispute of any of Iho shares of stock
In mid "Charles M. Cooko, Ltd.," glv-
"As I do not will any of my prop
erty for benevolent and charitable ob
jects, having tried to do my duty In
tha respect whllo living, It Is my
en .ust deslro that each l)?nc!lclnry
under this my last will may consider
It a duty and privilege to assist such
Institutions as ndvanco Christianity
and help their fellow men who may
bo in distress."
The codocll to Mr. Cijoko's will wns
executed on August 8, 1!I0S nnd was
witnessed by C, I lust ace, Jr., 1'. 1).
Damon nud (1. C. Fuller.
Tlio first paiagrnph states that be
cause, tho administration of tho estate
Is n personal family matter It Is ill-j
lected that no Inventory or appraise
ment Is to bo pled In court and that
no repents or ucjcountH shall lie re
quired of tho executrix or executors.
The second paragiuph grants full'
power to the oxccutilx, Anna C, Cooko,
snd tho executors, C. Montague
Cooke, Jr., and Claiciico II. Cooke, to
dispose of any real estate. In tho
event that tho cxecutilx and executors
thoulil all dlo or become unablo to
bcrvo, power Is given to tho heirs to
nominate nu executor.
The only bequestsi that pre men
tioned specifically appear In thc'thlnl
paragraph of (ho codicil, Annls Moil
tnguo Tinner, n dstcr, and Amos
Francis Cofc&o, a In other, being grant
cd $300 per month for life out of tho
profltB of Charles JI, Cooko, Ltd., tliu
allotment of shnres being held subject
to tho $300,00 monthly pa)ni2iit,
LIST OF TRIAL JURORS
eu to him or her by this will, In his
ci her llfctlmo, It lie or sho so de
fires. It Is my wish nnd hope, how.
ever, that none of my chlldien will nt
mi) llnio Bell or hypothecate liny of
tho shines of "Chuiles M. Cooke,
Ltd.," that the) may nt any time pos
ters, us the object of forming Bald
coiporatlon was to hold my vvlfo's nnd
my own estate Intact for J.10 benefit
nnd eiiJo)ment of our children, and 111
decease, Loth roal nnd personal, In-! lll hope that tho forming of said cor-
' l,M, ll.t,l ...toll l.,ll..i...n. ..... ..I.M.1
-, ..,..,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,il,,,-l T It, J I III IHfll
eluding docks In cniioiathuri, Inlcr-
osto In ships, book arcMiiiitn, life In
surniice, Inteieat 13 the firm o Low
ers & Cooke, property bequeathed to
In helping one number and In guild
lug and caring for sudi of our chlldien
who might bo minors.
Twcnly-threo lUmes have been
ctuiwii for the grand Jury and seventy
foi- tho tilal Jury In the II, S. Dlstilct
Court. Cleik Muiphy states thut ho
believes both Juries this .tlino aro
made up of more representative cit
izens (if the Territory thaii has beeiH
tho case in n long time. The grand
Jurors aroa summoned to appear in
eniut Octohci 11; tho trial Jurors do
not luivo to ho present In court until
October "5. Tljoso drnwn Saturday
vero the lollovvirig:
John Mitchell, Honolulu; John S.
Grace, Olan; Irving J. Hurd, Hono-
L111I11 : A, L. Moses, I.uupihoehoo; John
11, joins, iionunini; .101111 a. ricott,
Illlo; Oeoigo N. Day, llllo; Trunk II.
Armstrong, Honolulu; Norman Wat
kins, Honolulu; A, M. Cabrlnlm, Illlo;
Angus McPhoo. Dlupalakiin; W. O.
linruhnit, Honolulu; Hmory .Sheldon,
Kenlla, Kauai; Tredeilek K bhrleu,
Ivohala, Hawaii; IMvvnrd C. Holsteln,
Honolulu; A. V. Peters, Honolulu;
HJnlm.ir P. R. (ll.idb, llo'iuliilu; Sam
pel JoHiinoii, Palioa Hawaii; Arthur
Wall, Honolulu; Ch'is. W. Xlarquos,
l'onolulii, .1. Han Is McK'Tzle, Hono
lulu; James K. Kul.i. Koloa, Kaunl;
James II. Klddei lloiiululu.
Manuel !'. llotelho, llonokaa; l'red
M. Lewis, Honolu'ii; V. S. I.vtnun, Ill
lo; Robert Hind, Puiiwaawaa, Hawaii;
Tlieodoro A. Drngna, UUo; A. 1). Cas
Ho, Honolulu; Peter Lee. Kuillstown,
Hawaii; C. R. Jiuilhi. Koloa, Kauai;
Palmer P. Wom's, Kohnln, Hawaii; C.
W. Hudboii, Walnllia, Kauai; Jariett
V. Lewis, Houokna; Chas. II. Ilelllua,
Honolulu; C. Collins, Honolulu; Ueo.
T. Coulto", Honolulu; James 1). Mc-
Incrny, Honolulu; Daniel Tortcr, Illlo;
D. T. R. Isobcrg, Honolulu; Thos. Dan
ti II, Honolulu; Jogcphus C. Axtcll,
Honolulu; Henry Jneger, Koloa, Kau
nl; Rohcit II. Iloolh, Honolulu; II. C.
Kcuiin, Kamucln; n. It. n.ith, Hono
lulu; Chus. I". Hcrrlclc, Honolulu;
Jthn K. Incli, HoiibluluW. A. Sparks,
I'uuiicno; (leo. Mundy, Hllo; Joseph
A. Aklna, Walmca, Kauai; A. Henry
Afong, Hhnolulu; A. O. Iluwcs Jr.,
Honolulu; Hugo Herzcr, Honolulu; P.
C. Athcrou, llonolulii; Harrison 1'.
IiLzelton, Klhcl, Maul; Chris. J. Holt,
Walmino; Dlwln Dennett, Honolulu;
D, O. Horn, Knhukii; Oeo. R. Dwart,
Honolulu; Cludstono Scott Lclthcad,
llonoluliiiW. H. Field, Wpllukii; Jas.
Siclner, Honolulu; Chas. II, Hustaco
Jr., Honolulu; Clifton II. Tracy, Hono.
lulu; W. J, Moody, Kahulul; James
Klikhiau, Wnlluku; Rlchnrd A. Cook,
Honolulu; Archibald A. Robertson,
Honolulu; Henry Davis, Honolulu; II
A, Walker, Honolulu; II. C, Hitchcock
Hllo; R. T. (liiard, llllo; Jnmes 8, Mc
Cintllcss, Honolulu; U, D. Mclilum,
Wnlmen, Kaunl; U. V. Vlckers, Hono
liuu; Gustavo E. Schucfcr, Honolulu;
John 8, Walker, Honolulu; Alonzo J.
Winston, Honolulu; John Stuff, Hono
lulu; Wlllluin J. Coolho. Wullukii;
I 'led J. I.owroy, Honolulu; J, i:, Jno
j.cr, Honolulu; Chas. 11, Ray, Nawlll
v llll Kenneth P. Drown, Honolulu; W.
S. Perry, llllo; James W. L. Mcdulro.
Honolulu; Henry Knstman, Honolulu;
Arthur O, Mackintosh, Honolulu;
Lawrcnco Robinson, llonnlulu; Chas.
K. Hall, Honolulu; Solomon Kalolopu,
Honolulu; llownid W. Adains, Hono-lulu.
Purser Friel Reports
l'vldontly letilizlng tint tho Con-'
grosEmcn nnd their wives lind como to
nv her, nnd tho Islands scncrilly.
Madiimo Pelo (tho volcano) Iiuh ovvak
ened to here highest point of nrtUlty.
Us brilliant light could bo i,etn from
tho. Knii-K'uin coasts.
Puiser Krlel of tho M'lim.i Loa,
'which 111 lived this morning from Ha
waii, leportcd that tho volcano was
very active. Its light wns so brllllan
and attractive- that tho pasfctigers of
the Maunn Loa, as she pasted along
the coasc flat up nnd watched tho
beauty of patuie. Krlel, who Is bomo
whnt familiar wllh tho ancient Hawaii
an ciHtoms, believes that tho Teril-tor)-s
distinguished guests will bo
given u grand reception by Malum
Pelo wlteu they visit .tlitio.
REILLY AND SMITH
MAY RETURN SOON.
lly an Inventor fllcd this morning
In tho Circuit Couit tho cstato of tho
Into Tung Chung Soy Is shovvii to to
tal the sum of $19,351.09, till con
sisting of personal propcity. ,
Tho Inventory is filed by M, T.
Slmonton, r. Kcinandes nud Hong
Quon, tho 'appraisers, appointed by
Jtldgo Robinson. Tlio cash In thu
lunula of Sing Cheng & Co. nmoiiuts
to $7. :(,'!. 90, and a one-llllcenlh In
terest In tlio 11 rm valued nt $U',000.
Tong Yjcjt. Chin .is tho adminis
trator -of the estate.
BULLETIN ADB PAY
: : : $ & $ .;. . .
ho somo boxing tournnnients whilst
tho sailors aro heic.
Dick Sullivan has licind from tho
It Is very probablo that Choi Hot boys, nnd l'rcd Smith has alsir 10-
Rcllly and I'rankfo Smith, tho twojcelvcd a letter fiom Chnrllo Kcllly.
clover young boxers, will return to j In which tho latter, however, slated
Honolulu, in the near future. The .that ho wns going fouth to bo Her
vlslt ot the lleot to this city 'is tempt- leua. I loth thu little fellows will
lug tho lads, as there will 110 doubt 1 plobnbly drop Into town very soon.
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