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PA0IF18 OOMJMBOIAL MVSBBKB. HOMOLOLD, MAY 22, 1901.
fffiS i v. l 3 ilii Far Now On i Special Fairlings at the i Fair this Week i SMITH ON The Prophet's Son Is Led by a Vision. Bed Spreads, marvelous value, 65c, 75c, $1, $125, $175. Turkish Towels, 86c, $1.25, $1.50, $2.50 per dozen. Scotch Lawns, 15 yards for $1. 36 inch, New Patterns, Batiste, 10c yard. Ginghams, splendid quality, 14 yards, $1. Mens' Felt Hats, hlack and colors, 50c. Mens' Cotton Sox, 70c per dozen. Boys' Washing Suits, all sizes, 65c Mens' Elastic Seam Drawers, 60c. Mens' Netted Undershirts, 3 for $1. ; Mens' Unlaundered Shirts, 3 : for$l. j Mens' Golf Shirts, all- sizes,, 69c. I Ladies' Night Gowns, 60c, 75c, j and $1 ; worth double. ! Mens' Night Shirts, all sizes, 50c Mens' Silk Front Shirts, 50c. A MISSION realIstaie Biscuit or m i WILL VISIT THE SOUTHERN SEAS Plans Spreading of His Branch of the Mormon Faith A Visit Here. IN NUUANU VALLEY. ON SATURDAY, JUNE 1, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. v MiPsroom. 65 Queen street, I at nubile auction a very fine niece of land in Nuuanu Valley on the corner of Puunui aveuut aim street, having a frontage ot iee. o each street, and containing an area of 40,000 square feet. Further particulars of J AS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. Or some other kirul of Biscuit -SUCH AS- or W i CHAMPAGNE ORANGE LEMON STRAWBERRY VANILLA CHOCOLATE Wafers WATER BEN1SH.ll , HIuHTE I S0W FLAKE ' OYSTER 1 GINGER PRETZELS GRAHAM EDUCATOR Joseph Smith, son of the originator and first prophet of the Mormon faith, will shortly arrive in Hawaii upon a proselytising expedition. Dwelling in Independence, Missouri, the descendant of the Mormon leader has declared that in a vision vouchsaf ed to him during the latter days of last month, he was instructed to proceed with all de speed to the faoutn taking in the Sandwich islands on wic way, and there labor in the field of con version. Assured success of the mis sion was given by the heavenly visi tant. According to the history of the Mor mon church, after the martyrom of Joseph Smith, there was some dissat isfaction felt by Joseph, the younger, in not being appointed as the leader of the Mormon people in his father's place. He then to an extent severed himself from the regular body and, migrating, started a Church of Latter Day Saints whose creed contained sev eral modifications from those original ly propagated by the pilgrim elders from Illinois. The new sect does not 000m hitherto to have achieved wide distinction, but in the light of the re cent vision, the ambition to be a leader among his people may be granted to the present Joseph Smith, vvnemei the local settlement of Mormons will welcome the visitor as one or mem- selves and a veritable prophet, is an open question. The date of his arrival will proDaoiy that of Bishop Heber J. Grant, one of the high dignitaries of the original Mormon church at Salt LaKe City. Bishop Grant, as previously an nounced last month, will make a short tnv in Honolulu on his way to the es tablishment of a new see in Japan, tnat cnuntrv beine a fresh field for missions as far as the Mormon church is con cerned. The local church of Hawaii celebrat ed its lubilee in Honolulu last Decern- Der, wnen me mie ucui6c - ""v" m and other elders of the faith visited Ue island to direct the services. Auction Sale OF VALUABLE PROPERTY In Nuuanu Valley TELEPHONES-22, 24 and 92 Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc, Vi 1 P 1 1 just received a iresti shipment of the ibJj HENRY MAY & LIMITED P. O. BOX 386. FORT t t j i.nAtnng f rnm the at Lor - ' orT. o vt a. ROOKK. I will sell at public auction, at my sales- ON SATURDAY, JUNE 1, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. The following valuable property: Isot A Parcel of land on the Ewa sldhv of Nuuanu avenue, opposite the residence of Mr. H. Schultze. Property has a frontage of 839. e feet on Nuuanu avenue; a depth on mauka side of bm.i xeei; ua boundary of 607 8-12, and 29 4-13 feet at rear boundary. C n tains 180,774 square feet. Lot B Directly opposite Lot A, and adjoining the residence of Mr. ti. Sfhnltze. This lot has a frontage of 354. 8 feet on Nuuanu avenue, a depth on mau ... m-i9 te&t. on makal side of 534 feet, and 336 7-12 feet at rear boundary. Contains 196,020 square feet. fn.iho. n-artinriars. and terms and conditions of the sale, enquire of JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. CONSIGNMENT OF I Auction Sale Milch WITH YOUNG CALVi FOR SALE AT Honolulu Stock-Y? KING STREET. OF FINE RESIDENCE call and examine t WILL SEEK NEW TALENT -ON SATURDAY, JUNE 1, VERANDA Grad Value in I Outing j Flannels. . . iii! Bli ks EVERY LINE REDUCED UF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY, GOMETO THE FA H r r' L. 6. KERB t CO LIMITED. Queen St., Honolulu. The literary circle of the Kilohana Art League held a meeting last night at the residence of Justice W. F. Frear, Punahou, for the purpose of considering the literary work to .be taken up during the ensuing year. It was desired that there should be a full attendance, and invitations were sent out to about forty members of the club, requesting them to be present to discuss the plans suggested. However, only eleven responded to the invitation. Mrs. Kinney, who has been re-elected chairman of the circle for the coming ,...r. r- ,.,-t.cwicxi ;it ttiH met-tine. U.11 d what was lacking in number was made up in enthusiasm. Various plans were suggested and were debated at lengui. The work of the circle is compieie in arrangements for thb monthly meet ings up to JJecemoer, ana me cni;ie wished to formulate some pian uy which stimulus and interest might he put into the literary work. It was finally decided that, beginning with the December meeting, a new method should be adopted. Mr. McClennan, on behalf oi tne club, is to advertise for contributions of verse, prose, song, essays, etc., from all those of literary tendencies, wneiu- er members ot tne ciud or not, aim these contributions are to be read and criticized at the monthly meetings, the various contriDUtion., oeing groupeu according to class essays, poems, sto ries, reviews, etc., to alternate in the program and lend a pleasing variety of entertainment at each meeting. The advertising will be attended to imme diately by Mr. McClennan, and the contributions are all to be in by tne first of December. r.mt rtohatp and discussion was had upon the question of whether or not contributions trom those not memoeis of the club were to be accepted, but it was tnougnt Dest to encourage tuc general literary talent, Vnd that per haps by the plan of advertising ior general contributions, more persons mierht become interested and join- the circle. Several other matters were discuss ed at the meeting, but this was the only matter acted upon definitely. A pleasant social nan nour over a. dainty collation served by Mrs. Frear closed tne meeting. inose piweni were Judge and Mrs. Frear, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Mc Clennan, Miss Euhler, Mrs. Dilling ham, Mrs. Kinney and Miss Kinney. Young Brothers' House Warming. "Kuanalu" is the name of the Toung Brothers' new home on lighthouse isl and. The house is now completed, and the brothers are established there. Last evening they gave a house-warming, and entertained over fifty guests on the little island near the mouth of the channel upon which the light house stands. The launches belonging to the brothers carried the guests back and forth between the island and the boat landing. A merry time was had, and everything went off m the best style. Refreshments were served, and all were happy. The house was chris tened by vote. The ladies chose one name amone them, while the sentle- ment chose a name also. Then the two names had to stand trial by vote. "Kuanalu" was chosen, meaning reef. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, will rpII at nublic auction, by order tic n r Ttnnth that laree residence 1 .'II . V. . w ' , -gg The housp t ' " j -Vecently completed, and; double parlors, large hall, dining-room, large pantries, Bret- lorcra kitchen, natent clos- i cacao- o ' , . . . . a .,.,.1 ,i.,.-n ctairs enamel Datu- tub, hot and cold water throughout house, four bedrooms with large clos ets linen closet, large attic with space for three large rooms, trunn-iwm, Grounds are 1 acre in size, partially laid out in trees. Three tvio olAotrlfi car line. j v.oo tvic mnst unsurpassed and t TTnnnlulll. the sur- grauueov y.c. . - , ,,.,.i;.T nimtrv and the ocean, or IUU11U1H6 -'"" r . IAha in tno nltv. Interested parties will be shown the house and grounds. AMD LAWN Swim Hammocks a5td Take-it-Ezy Chairs JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer. ADMINISTRATORS SALE Comforts for this hot OF Fish Pond n.. i a rp W C. PARKE, ad- ministrator of the estate of CATHER INE P. AULD, deceased, x. win eu u.t public auction, ON SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1901, 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, Ho nolulu, a fish pond situated at Uala pue. Molokai, containing an area of 23 acres, more or less, and wen siock- ed with fish. This pond is leased to January 4, 1911, at a yearly rental of J55.00, pay- ,.t. .ami.anntia v in HdVUIlCC. i.-'n,.tv,:.r nartipuinra can be obtained at the Public Lands Office, under lease No. 490. . Terms of the sale, cash. All expenses nf thf nurchaser. Sale subject to the approval of the Commis- siorer or ijudiic lianas. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. pMWfWWj Stores For Rent or Lease THAT LARGE BUILDING ON ALA kea street, between Merchant and Queen streets, at Present occupied by the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPA NY, as offices. Is capable of subdivision Into three large stores or offices. Possession given june Apply early for terms, to JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. Pacific Cycle & A 1066 FORT STREETT H NBW LINE i. t Golf Shirts, Pajantf T Japanese S.Iks, of" J Gents' Underwear Neckwear, J I Doilies, Jewelry, m 14 hot5: Are now Shown at Call and be Convin Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Japanese Goods, J Curios. GIVE VS A