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EVENING DULLET1N, ' HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, JuLyI?
For Gas Lamps
Tho town has been out of calcium
now. nn we have Just received a, large shipment. The greatest gas
bicycle tamp l Die new
20th Century Lamp
It Is made of oxidized nickel Does not tarnish nor runt. and the
light Is the most brilliant nuil reliable obtainable
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CORNER POUT AND KING 8TItniiT8.
MACKAY PROMISES TO
Washington. June 3i An Impoi t.int
conference was held at the Nnv) De
partment at which Seeietni) Moody.
ltear Admiral lliftdfoid Chief of llu
leau of Equipment and Setintm I'ei
klns of Cnllfmnla, n uieuiber of the
Committee on N.1V11I Affairs, weue
piesent These ge ntlenien bad before
them J proposition of the Eastern E-
tension Telegraph c'onipnti), .n ting It
Is undeistuod. thiough the OeininicHi.il
Pacific Cable Companj hv which the
i-ompaii) would ague to Mulsh Its work
of la)lng n cable aciox-e the I'.ullle
mean a )ear eailler than was eonteni
plated and give this Cloeiiiment llm
bcnellt of reclined intcs In exchange for
the Information developed In the Kiir
ve) made by the I'nlled Stales steam
ship Nero In Is'.mp for a piiutii.il sub
marine cable mute jrnm the oieim
The proposition was discussed at sunui
length and iteai A1lt11i1.1l lliadford was
eharged with personal Inspection and
conlsdcrutloti of tlie m.ittei. He piob
nbl) will repot l fuvuiahl) 011 the nun
pjn)'s offei in a few !as.
Washington. I11I) 1 Seirelary
Mood) tmlj) laid befoie the Cabimt
the proposition of the Comtnciiljl Pa
ilflr Cable Compan to hasten the 1011
structlon of their 1.1M1 .uross the Pa
ra k ra ft f? "ti r ? - "-a rsa
or last sm
Washington, June 29 The work of
Congress is now practically closed, pj
that It Is possible to sum up the record
of what has been accomplished clurlii3
the past seven months, which const!
tuto the first session of the I Ifty-sev-enth
Congress, The session lies been
marked by exceptional business actli
lty, with ninny questlonsuf fur rench
Ing general Interest engaging ntten
tlon. With the exception of the Cuban
reciprocity hill most of the larger sub
jects of general legislation have been
enacted as laws or will become such
before the session closes.
Notable among these larger mens
urea Is The Isthmian canal bill, which
consummates the efforts of a liclf cen
tury to link togoclh"r the wnters of
the Atlantic and tho Pacific Aslclci
fiom its national and International Im
portaneo, this bill probably Involves a
larger sum of money than that cover
Ing any other single undertaking other
than war expendltuies.
The Philippine civil government hill
Is another measure of far reaching im
portance, extending to our remote Pa
clllc possessions a 8) stem ot internal
government, together with coinage,
currency, hanking, corporation, timber
and homestead laws.
Among the other Important general
laws are those repealing the war rev
enue taxes; extending and mnklng
more effective the Chinese exclusion
laws; establishing a tariff for goods
to and from tho Philippines; extending
tho charter of national banks for twen
ty years; establishing a permanent
census office, lestrlctlng tho sale ol
oleomargarine by placing a high tax on
Imitation butter, providing a consular
and diplomatic service for Cuba; es
tablishing an extensive system hj
which tho Government will aid In tin
Irrigation of the arid sections of th
The Billion Dollar
Session Has Come
Washington, July 1 The cost of the
first session of the Fifty-seventh Con
gress Is largely a mailer of bookkeep
ing. It is admitted by Chairman Can
non of the House Committee on Appro
prlatlons that It will he (900,093,837. A
J30.000.000 appropriation for the Isth
nilan canal Is added to other approprl
aiTons. If the $13,000,000 in bonds au
thorized for tho construction of tho
Isthmian canal is added, the total cost
will bo 11,030.193,837 Each member
of tho Hoiiso Committee on Appropria
tions figures tho actual total out dlt
fercntly, hut It Is safe to say that It is
a billion-dollar session.
Representative Livingston of the
Appropriations Committee estimates
that tho expenses of this session ex
ceeded thoso of tho first session of tho
rifty-thlrd Congiess, when tho Demo
crats were In power, by J.'i.r,8 8&l.noQ.
Tho nppiopriutloiis of tho Hist ses
sion of tho nrty-slxth Congiess co3t
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Ilogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street,
carbide for pome time Not out
THE PACIFIC CABLE
iilfli. nml eifTprlnir Intiwirtunl twlifin
I luge to the Government In return for
1 the use of the survcjs made by the
. i'nltcd States steamship Nero for 11 en
ble route lomieitlng San Francisco,
Honolulu, Midwu) Island (luam ami
Manila The ollklals of the eeimpaii)
stjtc thai the. are asking these plain
sulci) In the name of their own (inn
' pan), and thai no other cubic loinpany
domeslle 01 fmelgii. bus Joined In thu
The N.ij IHp.utment Is luincstl)
ilesiioiis for mllltur) reasons, that thu
cable should be laid us soon as possible
but certain snfcguaids 111 e deslied. a ill
these formed the basis of discussion be
fore the Cabinet tochi) It Is icgiirdci
as essential that tile route shall be nil
American, .1 point which will lie se-eur-
eel b) the use of Midway Island as a
11 la) station, and a provision to avoid
touching on foreign soil between the
lei initials Another point was that the
I'ulted States Government should have
pieferential in rates and time of trans
mission for Its messages, and hae tho
sole right In Its illscietion, to use tho
1 able 111 time of war.
The subject was regarded as too I in
poitant for an immediate decision mil
It is probable that hefoie the compan)
application Is finall) acted on It will
be referred to the Attorney Cicnerul .
r ra ks r us r.u ra r-i ! fi rs rs -s
ON I'll WHS
Washington, June 28. In tho Sen
ate today tho resolution offeied tester
day by Morgan, providing for an lines-
'tlgutlon by the Cummltteu ou Inter
oceanic Canals to asiortalu whether
any claims exist In favor of citizens c f
the United States against tho old nr
the new Panama Canal Company and
authorizing the commltteu to usccrta'n
whether unlawful or corrupt methods
have been used to obtain any part m
the sum that may be applied to tho
purchase "of thu property of thu now
Panama Canal Company or to Costa
Wen or Nicaragua by tho United States
was taken up and argued.
Aftei Morgan had explained the res
olutlon, Spooncr of Wisconsin vigorous
ly opposed Its adoption, declaring that
It was without precedent, entirely nils
ihleious and obstructive of the action
of Congress. '1 ho United States was
in no position, he thought, to act as
agent for bondholders or shareholder
of the Panama Canal Company The
people would have to look to the
Kieneh courts for their rights. It was
not file business of tho United Stntes
to constitute Itself a guardian of the
eourt and of the people who had claims
against the Panama Canal Company.
Morgan insisted upon his resolution
Ho wanted to know and would know
whether or not tho lobby Hint had
been hanging about Congress so thick
that It might be cut with a knife' had
been receiving or was to receive a part
of tho J40.00d.000 to be paid for tho
Panama canal property Things of
that kind, he said, had occurred In
diplomacy since tho first treaty vvaa
TO BUILD THE SHIPS
Washington, July 1. Tho conferees
of the two houses of Congress on thu
naval appropriation bill reached nn
agreement at 12 o'clock todny on the
lc Int In dispute. Tho point related to
the contention between tho houses as
to whether nny of the proposed new
wirr vessels Bhould be built In Oovern.
ment navy yards. Tho House had orig
inally provided that half of them
should bo constructed In Government
yards and tho other half by contract.
1 ho Senate provided for tho construc
tion of all by contract. Tho compro
mise agreement authorizes tho con
struction of one battlesjilp In a Gov
ernment yard, and also others In cbbcb
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist! refund the money If It
falls to cure. B. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cent.
It Is not often that Mainland writers
contribute special stories to the Hono
lulu newspapers, hence "The Quest of
Love," written by Edythe Lewis
Schmltt, one of the regular contrlbu
tors to "The Smart Set," will prove th
more Interesting in next Sunday'; Qui
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlcpower. ThlB
Is tho best lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Gat Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Oracles C. I). and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING GO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
Ntt 1 1
OIL BURNER TESTED
AT UNION IRON WORKS
Alameda and Australia Also to
Burn Oil Work on Marion
The Oceanic company's steamship
Mailpon, I) Ing at the Union Iron
Wcuks San rrnnclseo. was tested ns to
the condition of her new oll-burnlng
machinery on the 2d Inst. Ou Suture! J),
the t'th, she wns to have been given .1
trial at se.i, going as far as the Knra
llones and taking a large number ot
guests for a pleasure trip.
Hem- Admiral Melville has ordered
Chief Knglneer Stevenson, on duty at
the Union Iron Works to observe thci
Mariposa's triul with oil as fuel, thu
vessel being the most powerful thus far
to combine oil and coal In her furnaces
'I he Mariposa Is scheduled to sail
from Suu rriinelseo on the 15th Inst.,
for Tahiti, In place of the Australia,
which Is to be laid up and converter!
Into an oil burner,
A small Meet of steamers Is luivlna
Its machinery overhauled at the Itisdou
lion Works. The fleet Includes tho
Alameda, recently withdrawn from the
Honolulu loute. This vessel Is even
tually to be converted Into an oil burn
er The steamer Hyades, recently in
the Honolulu sugar trade. Is to have a
thorough overhauling before going to
Seattle to Inaugurate the new freight
line to the Orient. The work of con
stituting bulkheads In the bark Ma
rlon Chilcott for oil can) lug between
California nnd the Hawaiian Islands
will be completed In about two weeks.
Newt. Jordan, one of the best knonn
of Sau l'rnnclseo harbor pilots, has re
signed his position nnd will be suc
ceeded by Captain Hert Williams, non
on the Amerlcan-Ilawnllau Company's
steamer Oregonian and late of the four
masted ship Frederick Hillings.
The new steamer Nevadau Is said
by the owners to have the best and
most extensive refrigerating plant ol
any steamer on tho Coast. It occupies
n space of COO tons. The Nevadan also
has facilities for cnrr)lng live stock
and ran accommodate from eighty to
100 head on the upper deck.
The American ship Sam Skolfeld II
recently long overdue on the trip from
Manila to Puget sound, during which
time the vessel had to put Into Japan
for water and provisions has been
sold to W W. Illee of llostou for tJ.1.
000. It Is reported that the vetsel will
trade between Eastern pints and South
The schooner Geo. W Watson clear
cd fiom San Piunelseo for Mnhukonn
011 July 1 with n general eaigo
The flve-musted schooner W II
Muiston leached San Tranc-lsco on
June 2S, 17 da)s fiom Honolulu, with
a cargo of 3G.295 bags of fcUgnr.
Vessels clearing from San I'ranclsca
011 Juno 28 Included the barkcntlne Coi
onado for Honolulu, the schooner II. C
Wright for Mahukona and the barken'
tine Tropic IJIrd for Tahiti.
The schooner A. I). Johnson arrived
in Gray's Harbor on June 29 fiom Ho
nolulu. Tho bark Kalulanl sailed for this
port from San Uranclsco on June 2S
TRIP FROM IM
After a good run of five da)s and
twenty hours, tho Oceanic bteamshlp
Sonoma, Cuptaln Von Oterendorp, ar
rived off port at an early hour this
morning, docking at the Oceanic wharf
about 7:30 o'clock. She brought five
days' later mall and newspaper files,
leaving San Francisco on the 3d Inst,
nt 10 a. m. A large number of passen
gers arrived for Honolulu and the ves
sel carries a big through list. She sails
this afternoon at D O'clock for Pago
Pago, Auckland and Sydney, taking on
a few passengers here. Tho usual
large cargo was brought for this port.
A notable shipment for New Zealand
Is eleven head of blooded cattle. Over
100 cabin passengers left the Coast In
the Sonoma. Among thoso for Hono
lulu are Mrs. Archie Llttlo and MUs
i:itlle, wife, and daughter of tho Sono
ma's chief engineer, who will muke a
visit here. M. II, Newark and wlfo
are prominent residents of Los Angeles,
bound for Sydney.
Tho Sonoma underwent a few minor
icpalrs at tho RUdon Iron Works Just
before leaving San I'rancisco.
Chrlstlanla, Norway, July 1. A dis
astrous flro broke out today and is still
raging at tho port of Lainvik, In the
province of Jarlsberg One-quarter of
tho business section of thu port has
iff S 'if J
d 31 2
IT, It I
Saturday. . .
Monday .. ,
? 5 jo a 0
8 6 1$ 1 8 6 os
o t) 11 f8
9 6 54 l 6 7 06
U I J1 $ l
a, m ' p. m
Klrst quarter of the moon on the
12th at 2:17 a m
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Table.
Tho tides at Knhulut and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10h SOm
slower than Green wclh time, being
tuat of the meridian of 157.30. The
time whistle ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is tho same as Greenwich. 01 0m.
Weather Dureau Punahou, July 9.
Temperature Morning minimum
73 Midday maximum, 8.1.
Darometer at 9 a m. 29 99. Steady.
Kulnfnll 0 04.
Dew Point tv.'l'.
Ilumldlt) nt 9 11 m 72 per rent.
Diamond Head Signal .Station, Jul)
V Weather haz) wind light K
Tuesday July s
Str. I.ehtu. Nnopala, from Mololcal
ports, at 9 p m with passengers and
f 1 eight .
Wedm-sclny July 9
O. S. S Sonoma. Von Oterendcirp. "
d.i)s unci 211 hours from San riunclsi-o
(Jul) .'! In a m 1. clocked at Oceanic
wharf nt 7 .10 a m . with mall, passen
gers nnd geneial cargo S1II1 foi thej
! ff.lntil. u nt . 11 m tcwlfii
Str. Mlkahala. Gregoi). fiom Kauai
poits. nt 7 .10 a m. with It'! bales of
wool. 1400 bags sug.it. 12 bundles gout
skins. 1 bundle sluep skins. 1 hundlo
hides. 1.1 ileces of milci wood nnd 3!
Tuesday, Jtilv 8
T K. K Nippon Muru, Gleen-, for
Sun rrnnclseo. at u p m.
Str. Claudlne Parker, for .Maul
ports, nt J p. m.
Str. W. (J Hall. Thompson, for Kn.
unl pints, nt u p m.
Str. Janie-s Mnkee, Tulbtt for Kuu
ul ports at -1 p. in.
Str. Muul, Dennett, for Mahukona,
Pnauhuu. Kuknlau. Ooknla. Laupahue
hoe and Papauloa, at 5 p. m.
I'rom Kauai ports, per str Mlkuliala,
July 9. T. Hoehfort, J, K Zablan. Mis.
It. Prlgge J W. Atcb. Mlis M. Miller.
M. Achuck, D. Kealahula, 1 C. Kouu.
J. Spalding, C Newman and wife, Mlai
C. Akl. Mrs. W. Uushman, P. Johnny,
wlfo nnd daughter, and 44 on deck.
Kor Maul ports, per str. Claudlniv
July b. A. 1). Ualdwln and wife. Mlse
L. Melin, Miss M. Glllllnnd, J. K. Gan
non. Itcv. A. V. Soares, Mrs. II. Plpl
and son. Miss K. Hush. Miss A. Hush,
Leong Chee Hlng. Mis. l.e-ong Pali
Wo. M V. Sllvu I) Mu. Miss A. Perry.
Miss II. Medelioa. I)r K. Armltage, V.
C. Hnldwln. Miss U. Mother. Miss C.
Ualdwln, Miss M. Moiris. Miss M. Ala
ma. J. I). Sllva, J. A. fionsuhes. Miss
C. Seholtz. Mrs. S Kalamn, Mrs. liar
ty. .Miss Fleming Miss L. N. Lono,
has. Healy. .Miss K. Monls. Miss M.
Morris, II. Stieubeek, It. Peplowskl
Mi. Josu and I. A. llnrtlett.
Fiom San Francisco, per O S. S. So
noma, July 9- For Honolulu Mrs An
thony. II II. Austin, Miss M II. Aus
tin. Mrs. G. W Hoardman, W. T. Hilg
ham. C. A. Hrown W W. Dinner. Mrs.
llrimer, A Cnro. Mrs Geo II Caitei,
two child) e-n and maid. Kdgar Ca)pl(ss,
Miss C M Edwards, Miss M Fisher,
Miss Fletcher Mis E. GUI. Miss E. J
Hamilton, Mis llasklns, Miss N F.
linn ley. Mis. Sniah Jueobiis, Miss A.
F Johnson. P. C Jones, Mrs. Junci,
N. A Judd, Henry Laekmau, Mrs. A.
I). Little. Mls Little, Mrs McAdory,
J. W. McDonald, Mrs McDonald, A It,
Morrow, Miss Marie Orr. Miss K Pat
Ker, W. T. Pope. I. Hoienberg, A. C.
Hussell, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. E. Scohy,
Mrs. Sedgwick. W. G. Smith. W. Tap
penheek. For Pago Pago A F Malsch.
For Auckland Mrs. W Donaldson
Victor Goldwater, Mrs. Goldwater, T.
W. Graham. Walter Hill. For S)ctney
Jno. Ablctt, II. Campbell, W. F. Da
mon, W. de Schryver, W. Donaldson,
Jos, Dunlop, Jas. Flood, Miss E. Gear),
Jno, Goldberg, T. F Hnrtman, Mis
Hartman, F. Hume, N. F. II. Hume,
MIsb M. Johnston, II, J. Jones, C. 3.
Joslyn, R. E. Kemsle), F. T. McIIenry,
Mis. W. Maxwell and child, Maleoliv
McLean, Carl Neuberger, M. II. New
mark, Mrs. Newmnrk and child, T.
Schleslnger, F. Wllezek. Join at Hono
lulu fur Auckland J. G. McDougull
Join at Honolulu for Sydney Allan
H)de, Miss F A. H)de, I), Heymanu,
On Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
a cricket match will take place on the
Maklki grounds between two teams
captained by II. E. Picker and J. P. Mo
GUI. The teams will b'e composed of
II. E. Picker (captain), It. Anderson,
S. Heardmorc, C. P. Morse, A. T. Mills,
Von dcr Hcyde, A. L. Ahlo, Prince Cu
pid. Rev. V. II. Kltcat, Allan Dunn, T.
J. P McGlll (captain), A. R. Hatfield,
R. G. Hlackman, D. Glass, A. Pllanala.
II. Glass, R. A. Jordan, J. Urett, C. W
Irish, J. II. Faruday, A. Guild.
Ilerlln Juno 28. The trenlv nrnvld-
Ing for the prolongation of the alliance
between Uermanv. Austiia-Hiincarv
pud Italy (tho Drelbund) was signed In
Iloilln this morning by the Imperial
Chancellor, Count von lluelow; tho
Austrian Emhassor, L. von Szog)eny
Marlth. nnd the Italian Embassador.
Count Lanza dl Husca. Upon the iu
quest of tho Imperial Chancellor the
text of tho new Drelbund tieaty will be
kept secret for the present.
Notwithstanding the excellence of American printed and wnsh
able dreai goods, as stated In our recent advertisement of an "Amer
ican Sals we still have to go to Europe for certain fine fabrics, such
as Embroidered Ettemlnes and Swisses, which are worked out In ex
quisite designs and color combinations and largely take the place of
silks for summer and evening wear,
ThU week we offer ONE HUNDRE8S DRESS PATTERNS, no
two alike of these fashionable goods, at Special Sale. The reduction
Is liberal as shown by prices quoted:
$18.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
$16.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
$15.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
$12.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
$10.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
$ 8.00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
$ 6 00 Embroidered Ettemlnes and
This sale will close Saturday Evening, July 12.
Por Want Column See Page Six
PARTNER wanted to take half Inter
est In it legitimate and profitable es
tablished business capital required,
j.100. For particulars address A .
lliilletln office 2193-lw
TO LET Furnished room nnd board,
w It'll private bath and toilet, for sin-
glo mm 01 couple Apply P. O. llox
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the mi itin? of the stockholders
of tho Hawaiian Loan and Savings Co,
held nt' Honolulu Jul) 7th. 1902, tho
following wer elected officeis of the
President Geo. H. Huddy
Vice President J. A. Aheong
Secretary Chas. Wilcox
Treasurer M. C. Amana
Thu said officers, with Messrs. Jno.
I). Holt Jr W C. Achl nnd Henry Itn
pal, constitute the Hoard of Directors,
Honolulu Jul) 8. 1902. 2193-U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit Terrltor) of Hawaii. At
Chambers In Probate In tho Matter
of the Estate of Leong Hoy, Deceased.
PeiTTIon having been filed by Ait Chung
nephew of said Intestate, praying that
letters of administration upon said es
tate be issued to An Chung, notice Is
hereby given "that Monday, the 11th
day of August A D 1902. at 10 o'clock
a m., bo and hereby is appointed for
hearing said petition In the court room
of this court at Honolulu. Onhu, at
which time and place nil persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, If
nny they have wh) Bald petition
should not be granted.
Honolulu Ji.cy Sth. 1902.
TJy the Court
219'! July 9 lfi, 23, 30.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND OF SALE.
In accordance with the provisions of
a certain mortgage made by Manuel
Vleira I)rar. o of Honolulu, Island (
Cahu, Tetrltor) of Hawaii (Hawaiian
Islands) to the Portuguese Mutual
Ileneflt Socletv of Hawaii, a corpora
tion duly created and existing under
the laws of tue Territory of Hawaii,
dated the 13th day of November, A. D,
1899, and recjrded in the Registry f
Deeds In said Honolulu In Liber 19C,
pages 482 IS." and i4 -i.au Is here
by given that the Mo-igagee Intends
to foieclosH th5 said niortgi- ror con
dition broken to wit. Non-payment f
Interest when due
Notices is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weeks from the
date of this notice, the ptoperty con-
ve)ed by said Mortgage will bo sold nt
Public Action. at the auction rooms of
James F Morgan, in Honolulu nfort
sald, on Saturday the 31st day of Julv,
A. D. 1902 at 12 o'clock noon of said
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
Attornoy for the Mortgagee, Honolulu.
The Premises Covered by Said Mort
gage Consist of:
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kallawa, In Knllhl, Ko
na, Islind or Oalm aforesaid, contain
ing an area of S 82-100 Square Chains,
and being Apana 1 of Royal Patent Nn.
4136, conveyed to the mortgagor by
deed of Joaquim Gomes dp Medciros.
elated the 10th day of November, A. D.
2193 Jul) 9 12. 19. 20, 30.
Fort do France Island of .Martinique,
July 1 The situation here with regard
to tho volcanic dlstuibnnees lias be
come more reassuring There nio still
slight Intermittent eruptions from Mont
Swtlt Dress Patterns
8wlt Dress Patterns
Swiss Dress Patterns
Swiss Dress Patterns
Swiss Dress Patterns
8wls Dress Patterns
Swiss Dress Patterns
PORTLAND STILL MISSING
Port Townscnd, Wash., July 2.
Positive information discrediting the
report brought from Nome by the Cen
tennial that the overduo steamers
Portland and Jeanle had been found
prisoners In the Ico off Cape Prince at
Wales was brought tonight by tho
steamship Senator, which arrived at
sundown and Is at anchor pending ex
amination by the quarantine officials
here tomorrow morning.
Captain Patterson of the Senator
says there Is absolutely no truth in the
report, for the Thetis had returned lo
Nome to replenish her coal supply
several da)s prior to Juno 24th, vvh;n
'the Senator sailed, and at that time
no word whatever has been heard from
the vessels nor had tho Thetis on her
extensive cruise sighted either. Tho
Thetis was preparing to rcsumo tho
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
of Real Estate
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street. Ho
nolulu. I will sell at PUHLIC AUC
by order of the heirs of J. C. Strow,
deceased, that certain tract of land sit
uated at Laupahochoe, Islan'd of Haw-all,
containing 92.3 ncres, fenced,
with all of tho Improvements thereon.
Improvements consist ot dwelling
nouso of flvo rooms, coffee pulping ma
chine, drying house, two 5000 gallon
wooden tanks all in good condition.
About ten acres of said land now
planted In coffee. In good condition
and well cultivated. Land adjoins
thnt of E. W. naruard.
Upset price $1000. Terms, cash, U.
S. gold coin. Deed nnd expenso cf
transfer to be nt cost of purchaser. Im
mediate possession given. For further
Information, address E. W. Barnard,
Lnupahoehoe. Hawaii, or Russell k.
Watson, Attorneys for Heirs, Honolu
lu. JAMES F. MORGAN,
Rufus Choate, tho great lawyer-orator,
having arrived at old sighted age,
like many others, did not wish to use
A certain Judge, before whom the
lawyer appeared quite often, observ
ing how Mr. Choato held ins MSS. at
arm's length and then read with diffi
culty, said: "Mr. Choate, I should ad
vlso you to get ono olf two thlucs
cither tongs tr a pair of glasses."
Which will you have?
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
225 Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Budding.
Telephone Main 294.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treot, Honolulu
65 Queen St. (
On THURSDAY, JULY 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At tho Union Feed Co. warehouse on
Queen street, I will sell at public auc
tion, by order of tho Washington Mer
cantile Co., the balance of the grocer
ies, slightly damaged by flro and wa
ter, consisting of corned beef, roast
beef, lunch tongue, assorted canned
fruits, canned vegetables, spices, ex
tracts, syrups, molasses, baking pow
der, olive oil, stove polish, buhach,
soap teas, coffees, olives in glass,
pickles, chow chow, mustard choco
late, cocoa, deviled ham, chicken and
turkey, poha Jam, guavn Jelly, Califor
nia Jams and Jellies, etc., etc
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT
ON FRIDAY, JULY llth
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At tho old Flshmarket wharf, near
the foot of Maunnkea street, Honolulu,
I will sell at Public Auction, for ac
count of whom It may concern, tho fol
lowing goods, silghtly damaged by
salt water on voyngo of exportation
from Honolulu to Kauai, on April 17th,
ex schooner Twilight, George Kane,
89.000 shingles, more or less.
25,000 ft. (more or less) as
sorted N. W. and Redwood
Terms: Cash, U. S. gold coin.
Honolulu, July fitli, 1902.
Jas. F. Morgan,
ON FRIDAY, JULY II,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At E. O. Hall & Son'B salt works, Kn
kaako, Walklki sldo of Honolulu Iron
Works, I will soil at public auction, all
thu cottages, sheds, lean-lbs, store and
warehouses, together with the shingle,
wooden, and corrugated Iron roofs.
Also a number of oil barrels and ?
pair of scnles,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON SATURDAY, JULY 12,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, a full-blood"-ed
Holsteln cov, and a half Jersey ami ,
half Durham cow, both In good health f
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Beretnnla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Ilustace Esq.; 130
feet on Dcretanla atrcet, 171 feet
deep; prlco (9000; one-half cnsli, baW
anco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau St.,
nt present occupied by Mr, A. Lucas,
property has a frontage on Klnau St.
if 115 feet and a depth ot 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltctfen. Bath,
laige Carriage House. Prlco $1500.
Terms, one-halt cash balance ori
n ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net. The tor
has a right of way entrance to Bere
THIRD Promises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontngo on Klnau SL
lt'6 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the IoL Prlco
$4000. Ono halt cash, balanco 0t
mortgage at 7 1-2 por cent net. lias
right of way to Beretanla St,
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.