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RESPECT PAID TO
Supreme and District Courts Ad
journ Funeral Services
N xt Sunday.
Doth the Supreme and District Courts
adjourned yesterday ni--rnlns out of re
spect to the memory of the late J. K.
Kaulia- In the District Court. Judse
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65' QUEEN STREET.
P. O. llox f94. Telephone 72
WHAT IT MEANS TO THE KnnsKKEEPKU.
It means absolute i urity inc nn-I smxkI bearing thi
brand and the u-er f S. fe W". product knows she ha
the best in the market. We hawn't had a single coai
plaint but always prai-e where ri. & W. gods arn
used. We guarantee to n satisfactory, ny case
wher S. fc W. hav not ;r -ved the best and we hare
yet to find a disatistied custom nr. f
6. A W. ussman, Warujser & Co., S. P. g- oda include
AH Kinds of Fruits
Jams and Jellies, also Olives, Cats tip, Lobster, Salmon,
Blue Point ystersf Olive il, etc.
When you t.lej.h ne your order ask for S. & W. goooda.
Wilcox, prior to the adjournment, j
GO BEN STREET.
ON TUESDAY, APR. 22, 1902,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the alesroom
of James F. Morgan, 65 Queen street,
I will sell at public auction for the
benefit of the creditors of the Estate of
M. Ushljlma, Bankrupt, the following
rartially described merchandise, the
complete list of which can be seen at
SPECIAL PURCHASE OF
EX S. S. SERRA.
From the Mill Direct to Our Store
. rr ii T
UoU LCE?n wnue i,inen jaDie napKins
$1.00 per dozen.
We got x birgain, our customers get tho benefit.
Tnej?e gjods are poi ively worth doub'e the
32 Tiecesof White Table Damask, no two pipccs
alike in patterns. Cteapest lite ever cffered
Only 25c yard.
200 Dozen Fringed End Doylies, 15x15 inches;
can never be duplicated. Stunning value,
The following are tho fcizes and prices:
lot 1 2 yds x 65 inches, 81-45 the cloth.
Lot 2- 2H " x 65 inches. S1.80 "
Lot 3- 3 " x 65 inches, 82.15 "
Lot 4- 2 " x 72 inches. 8L65 "
Lot 5- 2H " x 72 inches. 82.G0 " "
Lot 6- 3 ' x 72 inches, 82 35 "
Linen Table Damask all in good sizes. Simply
require hr-mming and are ready for use. Ke
nien ber thf rejre -lean, new goods, and are just
unpacked direct from tbo factory.
THE LATE J. K. KU'UA.
eulogized deceased, whom he charac
terized as a true frknd of the Ha
waiian people. '
The interment will take place next
Sunday afternoon. The committee hav
ing charge of the Interment of the re
mains are: John Emmeluth, chairman;
John S. Wise, Prince Cupid. George
Kaia and Fred W. Beckley.
The pallbearers will represent the ex
ecutive committee of the Home Rule
party, the police force, the 'longshore
men and relatives of the deceased.
Testerday morning the remains were
taken to the undertaking parlors of H.
II. -Williams and Sunday morning
the body will be removed to Kaumaka
pill church. There will be services in
the church In the morning and after
noon, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Lono.
Nuuanu cemetery will be the place of
Resolutions of condolence will be
drafted at the meeting of the executive
committee of the Home Rule iarty,
next Thursday night.
The trial of Charles Richardson,
charged with assault upon the high
seas, was begun yesterday afternoon
before Judge Estee, and continued at
an evening session. Richardson was
a negro sailor aboard the Dlmond.
The jury hearing the case is compos
ed of J. Emmeluth, E. Hammer, C. J.
Kishel. J. XV. Chapman, S. Ehrlich. H.
Kruger. C. T. Wilder, M. P. Roth,
Chas. Phillips, XV. A. Hardy, Felix
Rrughelli and George Campbell.
John Emmeluth and George Camp
bell, who were absent when the jury
was called in the morning, were each
lined $3.31, the cost of Berviner the at
tachment. In the morning the regular venire be
ing insufficient, eleven jurors were spe
cially summoned as follows: T. R.
Mop?man, C. J. Fishel. Frank J. Wood
bril:r 11. Krueger. Charles Philips. C.
T. Wilder, A. It. Hatfield. XV. A. Har
dy, E. Hanner, W. P. Roth.
Lewis & Turk pleaded guilty to
boarding the Sewall before she had
bten passed by the customs officials.
They will be sentenced this morning.
William Young, who pleaded guilty,
was fined twenty dollars.
In the Silva divorce case Judge Rob
inson allowed temporary alirroi.y in the
amount of forty dollars a month, to the
wife, and an attorney's fee of fifty dol
lars. The Injunction restraining Silva;
from disposing of his property is dis
solved. J. A. Magoon has been appointed
guardian of the person and property
of Lydia K. Kawainul.
The McKechnle Paint and Wall Pa
per Company has filed a lien upon the
new Sacred Heart Convent in the
amount of $479.50. for material furnish
ed to the Hawaiian Engineering and
Judge Robinson denied the motion to
strike the amended complaint from the
files in the case of Lee Vim et al. vs.
Waiklki Land and Loan Association et
CONOfcRT AT OAHU.
An Interesting Program for sKext
A concert, under the auspices of the
Department of Music at Oahu College,
will take place at Pauahi Hall on Fri
day evening next at 8 o'clock. Folio w
jng is the program:
Piano Duet: March op. 40, No. Z....
Miss Edna Horner and Mr. Ballaseyus.
Chorus: Last Night Kjerulf
Violin: Cradle Song Eichberg
Master Willie lioogs.
Piano: (a) Waltz op. 11 Uv. Keudell
Mr. Allen Robinson,
(b) Spring: Song op. 18
Miss Amy Hill.
Vocal: Un Rosajo Mattel
Miss Sarah Lyman.
Piano Duet: Rondo op 44 Kuhlau
Miss Edith Spaldie andMr. Ballase
yus. Violin: Petit Air varle Danela
Mr. Joe Decker.
Two Pianos: Symphony in G Minor
. . .Mozart
Misses Lyman. Horner. Sorenson and
Chorus: Onrre, Gentle Snring ..Haydn
(From the Seasons.)
Piano: Love Soug Henselt
Miss Edna Horner.
Violin uartet Fritsche
Joe Decker, Geo. Hapal. Hale Austin.
Vocal: The Golden .Threshold .. Lohr
M::5 Florence Hill.
"'Jolin Obligator MI.! Woods.
Piano. La Chatelaine Waltz. .Ketterer
Miss Dagmar Sorenson.
! Chorus: The Glory of God in Nature
Genral steock of Fresh and Canned
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Safe, Store Fixtures.
Show Cases, etc.. etc.
II. Q. MIDDLEDITCII.
Trustee, Estate M. Ushijima, Bank-
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Fiae Palms and Ferns!
OS WEDNESDAY, APRIL23,
At 10 o'clock a. m. at my salesroom,
65 Queen street, I will Bell at Public
Auction, a quantity of
Fin Palms, '
Maiden Hair. and Other Ferns.
Owner leaving- Honolulu.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ON TUESDA V, APRIL 24,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at my salesroom,
63 Queen street, I will sell at Public
Auction the balance of stock of
ON HrNG & CO.
The list comprises:
Men ' and Ladies' Hats,
Printf, Dress Goods,
Counters, Show Cases,
One Money Safe,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
I have for sale a residence on Kinau
street, size 66x160. Nice dwelling house.
stable and carriage house. The proper
ty is well elevated from the street
has a gentle slope, Insuring good drain
Very easy terma of payment.
For further Information apply to
JAMES F. MOUUAN,
5 Queen street.
This may b what you are looking
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining' room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jaa. F. Morgan, So
TWO-STORY HOUSH in tho Mc
Carthy tract, Beretania street, between
Plikol and Keaumoku street.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
S Queen Street.
LOST-i-A Columbia biryele, 1J01 model,
with coaster brake. VTas taken from
the Y. M. C A. bicycle rack. Suitable
reward o return to JAS. T. MOR
GAN, (5 Qa street. Eoesluls, H. T.
H. '.MAY gi.CO.
I. De '
Justly known to be the Choicest
, California Product. A large tup
ly of the different varieties jutt
H. Hackf eld. & Co.,
Sole Agents and General Distri
butors for Hawaii Territory.
YOU DO "NOT KNOW the best
r ream unlepn you get it from us. A
telephone message will insure a
prompt delivery to any plate in the
city and we have it in all size bot
tle, pints, pints, quarta etc.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets.
NEW GOODS received by every steamer from Japan.
EX S. S. OREGONIAN,
A large shipment of the famous
of the C0NRA.D SEIPP BHKWING CO. o( Chicago.
LOVE JOY & CO,
Sole DistribuUrs lor t Trriiorr of Hawaii.