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j , , when to iiis
The Court will go Into full mounting
for Her late Royal Hlghtics Princess
Likcllke frrm UiU (Into until tho day
after tho Funeral and will wear half
mourning from tint time null Hie ex.
pi ration of two weeks fiom the day or
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
lolunl Palace. Fell !t, 1887.
BISHOP Co., BANKKliS
Honolulu, ll.uwiilun 1bI:iihU
Draw Exchange on tin:
Bnulc ol Cnllloriitu, H. 1
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschihl & Bon, Loudon
Tho Cnmmeiuinl Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Connnurcliil Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstohuieh, and Wellington,
Tho Hank of British Columbia,
torla, H. 0., and Portlnnd, Or.
Transact n General Bunking Huslucsa.
mL.AL.iJ I-". i '-JJ l -erst
Pledged to neither I'm I Dor Party.
Bat establlthed for the boncfit of all.
WEDNESDAY. MAIL 2. 1887.
SUMMONS SUBSTITUTED FOR
Anyone who has lived long enough
in this country to learn anything of
legal proceedings in connection with
the lower Courts of the Kingdom,
must have noticed that persons arc
brought before the Police Courts by
arrest for a variety of petty mis
demeanors for which summonses
would be served in other countries.
Any law-respecting man may un
wittingly violate a regulation or
slightly crack an unimportant law,
and he is forthwith arrested and
taken to tho Station House. He is
there locked up to wait his trial at
the next session of the Court, unless
be has sulllcicnt money to bail, him
self out, or can find some friend to
' do it for him. He may be kept in a
cell all night, brought before the
Court next day, and then found "not
guilty" and acquitted. A summons
would have served the purpose of
law, and have saved the accused
from mi undeserved hardship. To
treat an individual who may be
guilt', or merely accused, of a mis
dcmcatior, as a criminal, is not in
accordance with the sentiment and
practice of free countries ; and if
Hawaii wishes to be considered a
free country, she should adopt a
change of practice in this particular.
It is surprising that the people have
so quietly submitted to proceedings
of tho nature above referred to, from
the commencement of civilization
on these islands up to the present
time. And having submitted so
long, it is now time that the people
made n move to remove tho yoke,
and place themselves on an equality
in this respect witli the people of
other countries. No reflection on
the oilleials is intended. They sim
ply have to administer the law as
they And it, and we believe the
statute-book marks out no course
for them to follow but the one com
plained of. The defect is in the
machinery, not the engine-drivers,
nnd it is the machinery that should
be mended. This a matter for the
next Legislature, which it is not now
too soon to agitate.
ZEAL FOR THE SERVICE.
l'eriwps in no department of the
Hawaiian Government service is
there so much zeal shown as in the
country police department. Being
frequently in want of a. cause for
arrest, and thereby unable to make
a reputation ns a vigilant ofllccr, tho
underpaid country minion of the
law makes up his mind to arrest tho
first man he meets. lie it under
stood that tho passers by on a coun
try road on these Islands aro few
and far between. On a recent occa
sion when tho Court was on an
Island circuit trip, one of these
zealous country policemen determin
ed to carry out his plan. The first
man to cross Ids path wus an impor
tant member of the Court. Haying
no uniform on lie was taken for a
.civilian. Ho was approaching the
(policeman on horseback. Hcing in
a hurry, ho spurred his old plug
along at a 'higher rate of speed than
is usually seen in that district. An
idea struck tho watchful policeman
there and then. He, JJio policeman,
stood by a culvert which Jjo for tho
time being, construed into.a bridge.
Having an inkling about tho regula
tion referring to "not foster tliau a
walk," across bridges, ho found him
self within reach of an object that
lio might reasonably "run in." Ou
camo tho cavalier at a 2.10, gait,
surprise, on passing
over the bridge, his liorso's head was
seized, niul an arrest was effected.
To the lock-up the honorable mi'iii
licr of the Court was led, nti out
rageously heavy ball demanded,
which, being forthcoming ho was re
leased with the proviso that he
should appear before Flis Honor lite
next morning to answer thu charge
of "riding over a bridge faster than
a walk." In due course the hearing
camo on, and on tho single word of
tho quasi-policcman, lie was found
guilty and fined S10 and costs. The
olllcial member of the Court con
sidering this rather stiff, invited the
judge to visit the so-called bridge,
as lie, the arrested parly, was of
opinion that it lacked in width tho
neccssarv ten feet to constitute a
bridge. Tho invitation was accep
ted, and the party set out to measure
the bridge. On the way thither,
the culprit produced a llask contain
ing a liquid that strongly resembled
water. It was offered to the judge,
who partook of the contents freely.
The bridge being reached tho rule
was applied, and by a little chica
nery on the part of the Honolulu olll
cial tho correct (V) measurement of
tho bridge was found to be 1) feet (5
inches. The judge, upon the sug
gestion of the late prisoner at tho
bar, agreed to a rc-hcaring of the
tho case. They returned to the Court
and the judgement was reversed.
Moral: Always carry a correct
rule when travelling on country
roads through the Hawaiian Islands.
DECLINE OF PLATFORM LECTURES.
Our lecturers, where sue they?
Echo answers, where? Considering
the wonderful advance in American
progress, is it not astonishing that
the platform, once the place of
bold opinion, should now be almost
silent f Taking a brier retrospect,
what an array of once-powerful
names now appear on the list of the
departed genius. This list includes
Greeley, Cliapin, Starr King, Theo
dore, Parker, Bayard, Taylor, Dr.
Holland, It. W. Emerson, Wendell
Phillips, together with the funny
Josh Billings and Artemus Ward,
and the inimitable Gough. Among
those who, though still living, are
not at present available, there is
John Hay, who once was popular
on the platform, but is now rich,
and has his hands full with his life
of Lincoln. Tilton was once highly
popular, but he was ruined by the
scandal, and hence his absence in
"Europe is not felt. Oliver Wendell
Holmes is superannuated. Mark
Twain is rich and docs not care to
travel round, and hence only ap
pears occasionally in large cities in
connection with ueorgc w. uauie.
Frederick Douglass is on a foreign
tour. All that is left of the men of
former note is Bccchcr, on whom uo
dependence can lie placed, and
Adriondack Murray, who is now as
penitent as the Ancient Mariner.
Turning to tho femalo sex, Kale
Field has more prolitable business
now, and poor Anna Dickinson has
never recovered from her error in
abandoning tho platform tor the
stage. All that is left in this city is
Lillian Devcrcux Blake, who is still
harping on woman suffrage, but the
theme lacks novelty. In tho West
there is Mrs. Livermore, but she is
now so absorbed with other public
duties as to bo hardly available.
Greeley paid for Chappaqua by
his lectures. Bayard Taylor clear
ed in the same manner 85,500 in
one season. Tilton used to deliver
fifty lectures in a season at 75 to
$100. Josh Billings had all the en
gagements he wanted at $100, and
he left an estate of $75,000, all
made after he had passed forty.
Chapin made $30,000 by his lec
tures, and Emerson got rich in tho
same manner. Anna Dickinson was
at one time worth $15,000, all made
in this manner, but it was lost
through mismaunguicnt. Mark
Twain has madu between $25,000
and $30,000 by his lectures and
twice as much by his books, and hu
knows how to take cure of it. Bee
chcr lias received more money for
lectures than any other man on the
platform record. Do has been lec
turing for forty 3'cars. his fee hav
ing increased from $50 to $300, and
the aggregate amount being estimat
ed at $250,000. Most of this money,
however, has been sunk in Wall
street, as it is supposed, and now in
his old ago ho is driveling about
fashions in a Sunday paper. Her
mit, in Troy Times,
There are now published in the
United States M,T00 newspapers
and periodicals of all classes. The
net gain of tho year has been C(!6.
The daily newspapers number
1,21(5 a gain of 43, Canada has
070 periodicals. Thero aro about
1,200 periodicals of all sorts which
enjoy a circulation of more than
5,000 copies each. Tho increase in
tho weekly ruralpress, which com
prises about tworthjrds of the whole
list has been most marked in States
Jikc Kansas and Nebraska where ljo
gain has been respectively 24 and
18 per cent. Kansas also shows the
greatest gahi in daily nowspapers.
Tho weekly press is gaining in Mas
sachusetts, whiio tiic magazines and
other monthly publications aro
loosing ground there. Tho tendency
of such publications toward Now
York city as tho literary enntor of
tho country, is shown by tho estab
lishment here of not less than
jlwenty-thrco monthly periodicals
during the your.
Some of 'the cirionjtics of news
paper statistics aro worth a para
graph. Thero aro 700 religious and
j denominational newspapers pub-
lished in tho United Stales, and
nearly one-third of them arc printed
in New York, Philadelphia, Huston,
and Chicago. New York is far
ahead In this respect, but Chicago
leads lloston. Three newspapers are
devoted to tho silkworm, six to tho
honoy-bco, and not less than thirty
two to poultry. The dentists have
eighteen journals, the photographers
nine, and tho deaf and dumb and
blind nineteen. Tlicro arc three
publications exclusively devoted to
philately, and one to tho terpsicho
rcan art. Tho prohibitions have
12! organs to I ho liquor-dealers
eight. The woman suffragists have
seven, the candy-makers three.
Gastronomy is represented by three
newspapers, gas hy two. mere arc
about six hundred newspapers print
ed in Ctcrman, and foity-two in
French. The towns which have the
most French periodicals are New
Yoik, New Orleans, and Worcester,
Mass. four apiece. Tlicro are
more Swcdisli prints than French.
Two daily newspapers are printed
in the llolicmian tongue. The
toughest names aro found among
thu Polish. Thu Finnish and
Welsh press ; for instance,
the Jhicnmckty and the J'rxju
cid fjiuli of Chicago : tho Ylulns-
tmtlta in Saiiouiut, of Ohio ; and the
Y Dryck of Utiea, New York.
There is one Gaelic publication, one
Hebrew, one Chinese, and one in tlte
Cherokee language. fl'rinliiig
THE LATE LORD IDDESLEICH.
Nowhere outside his native land,
the World says, will Lord Iddcs
lcigh's death lie more sincerely
lamented than in the United Stales,
and at Washington especially, where
ho made hosts of friends during his
stay in the American capital as one
of the British Commissioners on the
Alabama Claims. An ex-Master of
Foxhounds, he showed the whole
Held the way in a hard run with tho
Maryland Hunt. In not a few
Washington houses there hangs to
this day a large photograph of tho
live British Commissioners, promi
nent in the foreground of which are
the phenomenally thick soles of Sir
Stafford Noithcotc's boots, which
for the time quite set the fashion
with tho pedestrians of Pennsylvania
Avenue. Besides the genial memory
of his own quiet bonhomie, Lord
Iddcslcigli had another link with
the Great Republic. His ilfth son,
the Hon. Hugh Oliver No'rthcote,
has been for several years a partner
in a New York banking-house, and
in the summer of 1883, he married
Miss Edith Fish, daughter of Mr.
Hamilton Fish, President Grant's
Secretary of State, and sister of Mr.
Nicholas Fish, late U. S. Minister
to the Belgian Court. Home
Wanted National Divorce Jaws,
National Bankrupt laws and National
How can you expect n woman to
keep up with the age, when she has
so much dilllculty in keeping up
with her own? Burlington Free
LODGE LE PROGRESS.
Till: MEMBERS Of THE
above Lodge are requested
tu meet iv the Lodge Itiom,
una i;vi;:njmj. yv ernes
day, Muivli ihi'i, ut 7:110 o'clock sharp.
Vis-lting Id others are
vitetl to attend.
Kamehameha Lodge of
feotion, No. 1.
T)F.GULAR MEETING OF
XV above Lodge will ho held ou
THURSDAY EVENING, Jliueh 3rd,
ut 7 o'clock sharp. Business of impor
tance. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited. F. .1. 1IIGGINS.
73 -2 Secretary.
A LARGE NUMBER OP BEAUTI
f ill pictures from nil parti nt the
world atr.inged for exhibition through
strong leuut piuUr a powerful light,
vt ill kc opened 'nt tho building known
as tho Annr House, on Hotel Street, on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Mnioh 2nd,
lSb7, ut 7:20 p.m., nnd vill remain open
from 1 till fi p, in,, mill 7:30 dully.
Admission fit) cents. Special intes for
selnols. 7!1 lw
rpiIE iindeialgneil having been np.
4- pointed AMgneo of (tho
JtMnta f A. JIui'iicN,
of Wailuku, a Imnktupt, notice is heio
hy given thul nil persons indebted i'o
thu slid estate, pay thu taunt lo tho
YV. O. PARKE,
Honolulu, Sliiieh 2, 1887. 73 fit
corner Deretinhi and
lilch'irdri MieetH, or between Itiohmil
itreet and S(i Fujt btrrel, u Pocket Book
cotilalidhg prlviilii letter.! and ono !fC0
hill mil two $20 bills. The Under will
ho luvMtiili'd by roturning pnnio to
' YA't ES & MACKENZIE.
7U m SilFoitBtrcet.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
Ihu Sl'.clihuldiiM of thu Intcr-Is.
land Stiiuii Navigation Co., held March
1, J887, tliu following olllcors were
clcotpil for iho cunning jear:
T. K. FOSTER., ,,,,.,,,,. .President
W. I'. GODIMIBY Vlpe.Prcsldont
J. EXA Secretary
W. H. MoLEAN .Treasurer
P. C. JONES Auditor
T. R Foster, G, 11. Wilcox, W. B. God
frey and J. Ena.
73 J. ENA, Secretory.
THE COPYRIGHT CASE
In tho Equity division of tho Su
premo Court this morning, before
His Honor Justice Preston, the
copyright caso entitled Thomas G.
Thrum vs. 1. C. Advertiser Com
pany and It. J. Crcigliton, camo up
for hearing. The first document
introduced in evidence by the plain
tiff was vol. 11 of the Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser of 1879-80, to
show that a copyright had issued to
htm from the Interior ofllcc as sole
publisher and proprietor of tho
"Almanac and Annual." It was
discovered by the Court that the
publication of notice of tho said
copyright was not in nccordnnco
with law, the said notice appearing
only 8 times, whereas the statute re
quires the notice to appear for 2
calendar months or nine issues. The
question then arose, did plaintiff se
cure to himself the copyright as
claimed by him under the law gov
erning such cases. His Honor de
creed in favor of the defendants.
L. A. Thurston and A. C. Smith
for plaintiff; Whiting, Hatch and
Crcigliton for defendants.
Thursday Evening, March 3d,
Saturday Evening, March 5th,
The Oura Comp'ny
will, wlille on route
to f-nii Francisco, New York, Loudon
nnd l'liric, give a s'lort sjiiion in Hono.
lulu. This Cimpany roniUn of twelve
perforin i, male and females. Their
feats aie marvelous, new ami numeiout--,
unbracing tho famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking wlili hare feet on the razor like
edgci of Yiiconln sw rd-), walking in
lire willi bare fuel, it::., ele.
Tho culebr.itud trick, Revolving a
Hugo Tub, with ore performer inside
and ono on the outside, the
Greally improved, Bnlaneing Fins, Um.
brellus, e'e, are also among the f.-ntn.
Box Plan now open at tho Elite lee
Doors open ut 7:20 p. m.
IV. II. AlilUtlCII,
Tills flno voting trotting bred slulilon
will htat.il th'j coining leasmi nt Dodd's
Stables, Kupiohmi Purl;, to a limited
number of niuref,
TcrniN, SttO.OO Season.
AFfOS CHIEF, bay stallion, by
Spiculuthm; he by Itysdyk's Humble.
t(niiiu), nut of Martha Washington, by
Burr's Washington; her dam by Abilil.
lull. 1st dam by Lady Pool, by Skagg's
Battler; her ttiun by Ghneoe. Tho
above stallion was r.ibcd by Sir Clans
For fiuther iiirtleuhiis enquire lit the
FASHION STABLES, or ol F. HUS
TAOK, al Hiistaco ii Itobcrtson's oilico,
Queen Street. 72 lm
For San Francisco.
Tho well and favorably known Pacillc
Mull S. S Co.'s Steamer
"City of New York,"
Will sal for San FrancUo on or
BliVROII .li, 1887.
For freight unci pas'iigo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
71 3 w Agents P. M. S. S. Co.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the People's Ico and Befrlgoraling
Co., held tills day, the following ofllccrs
wero elected for the ensuing yem-:
J. M.KASS, President
J K.WILIIUH'..'. ..Vice.Pnsidcnt
W. E. FOSTEU Hicrbtiii y
W. E. WA IiL 'I rcisiircr
J. H.PA'IY Auditor
J.M.Sass, J. K. Wilder, W.E.Foster
W. E. FOSTEB,
ScCf P. I. & Kef. Oo.
Honolulu, March 1, 1887. 72 lot
Hai. MJiJqInu Co.
COMMENCING ON THE FI1(ST OF
Aprll'm-xt, thu ronlnl of all instill,
meats in inn in thu District of Konu, lti.
hind of Oah'i, will bu i educed to $5.00
Person debiting to iiuikt) cnntiants
for ono year at lids rato will bu fur.
nibbed with forms on application at tho
olllcp of tho Company.
A discount of 'JO per cent will bo til
lowed to subscriber paying n year's
lent In advance. '' '
President Haw. Boll Tel. Co.
Honolulu, February SI, 1887. 05 lm
By older of MB. .10S. HYMAN, wo
wilt sell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, March 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock A. jr.,
At tho residence., Fort Htreet, (below
tho Fort Street School) his entlru
Household Furniture, compris
ing In part:
I Carvod Blaok Walnut Parlor Set,
upholstered lu Hair Cloth;
1 WEBER SQUARE PIANO
In good tono, a lino Inslrumout;
1 Ebony Mtislu llnek.
1 Marble-top II. W. Center Table.
1 Bnifccls Center Bug,
1 Ollvo Wood Hand Carved Center
1 Pair Wool and Silk Drawing-room
Curtains, 4 yards long;
Black Walnut Cornices,
Parian Marble Figures,
1 Bronxe Clock, Marble base ;
2 Bronze Urns,
2 a-Llgbt Chandelier,
' U. W Hair Cloth Patent Booker,
1 B. W. Leather Lounge,
I Massive Carvod Q. VV. Marble-top
Bedroom Set, 7 pieces;
1 Steel Frame. Spring Mattress,
Feather PIIIowh, Hair Pillows,
Bureau Bugs, Sofa Bugs
Bed Linen, lihinkets,
Window Curtains and Cornice,
2 Dresden China Figures,
1 Elegant Carved Black Walnut Mar
ble Top Sideboard,
1 2-Liglit Chandelier.
1 12-ftB.W. Extension Table
Black Walnut Dining Chairs,
China Salad Bow,
1 Dresden China Fruit Stand,
GLASS AND CROCKERYWARE
1 Dinner Set, Plated Waic,
Bath Tubs, Mats, an assortment nf
IMA'TltV rilKXINIIIX; (iOOIlN
Kitchen Stove and Kitchen Utensils,
Garden TooK Garden Hose,
If not previously disposed of,
ONK FIXK MNV PHAKTON
ESyTho house will bo open for In
spection on WEDXE-DAY, March 2d,
from 10 a. m. toll i. m.
ADAMS & CO.,
Valuable Real Property !
Hy ordir of thu Executors of tho Will
of Hev. I). BALDWIN, do.-ensed, wo
will Mil ut Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At VI o'clock noon, ut our Salesroom,
Queen Slreit, the following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on the West bido of Puna
lion street, between I ho residence of
Hon. O. II. Judd mill Hon. V. I) Alex.
under. Having n lrimtago of al otil 0:)
fiul n mid titeet uml n depth ct' at. out
An opportunity now larely offered is
hure all'ordeil to proem e a mojt desirable
2 That piece of properly in Lnhnitin,
Maul, known as the "Baldwin Home
stead," Mtliato near the Court House nnd
1 Hiding; rout lining about 1 ucre, 3
ineds and Ti poles.
!J. Tho Ahupuaa of Knunuli, nri r
Liihaimi, inclu ilng several hvs therein,
sold to mid D. Baldwin nt various times.
This isafi'ic laud and furnUhcs another
of the cliaut'is yearly glowing larernf
piiiclrtsing extension tract.
L Tho well-known and desirable
property called Mount Betreat, buck of
Lnluiinaluna, containing nearly 200
acres of pasture laud, trgelher with the
hou-o loi ami fori st laud. One of t'to
salubrious and delightful placai in tho
Islands wliuro nt little cost or fatigue
families can obtain a healthful ami re
freshing slimmer climate.
r. 10 ncicj of line land in Kmnaole,
Kuhi, Maui, covtTv'd by Hoyal Patent
C 19 ncrc? of valuable land tit Kama.
olo, Kuhi, Maui, near to lot 5, eovired by
ltoyul Patent 411.
7. That fine tiact ( f bind containing
135 acies called Kiikuiuea, lu Kuhi,
Maui, covered by Iloy.il Patent 2783.
8. An oratiuu drove in Kaiipo, Maui,
containing li ucie, coveted by L. O. A.
All of tho alovo
will bo sold to
tho highest bidder for
Cash. N.S BALDWIN.
GxH' Further particulars ran bo had
of Wnu.tAH B. Casvti.k, Attorney in
Honolulu, of W. W.HAM),
II. P. BALDWIN.
D. D. BALDWIN,
Executois of Iho Will of D. Baldwin.
' UE. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO 13 Auetionecrf.'
A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Honolulu, H. I.
- Hell Tel. !!.
Law Books & Lawyers' Stationery a Specialty.
Orders taken fur Nowspapeis, PeiioJi.
ciils, Broke, Music, etc., from nuy part
of tho vorld, having made all arrange,
incuts therefor whilst in Sun Fianchco.
Itutl Kubbui' Stamps to Order.
j run lid.
it nunil JiuslncsH At'on.
cy, Bills, Accounts and Bents colkutcd.
Sin. JOHN UOOD, .111
Mm F. MARCOS,
All ordoiH sent to No. 38 Merchant
Strpct iyljl f ecolyg prompt intention.
Jlcll Teloi.lione U IM. iK p. ox 115.
WHEREAS DKFAULT HAS BEEN
Hindi- lu the condition of Hint
ccitnlii Mortgage mndc by Conclico &
Aliiing to llyinun Brother, doled De
cember IS, 18S3, nnd recorded in Liber
U0, pages 441 to 41(1, and I otlce of in.
tcntlon to fori close tin- same has been
duly given. Now, therefore, lu neeoid.
mice willi thu power of snlu in said
Mnrlgngu contained nnd by older of
enhl Aloitgigecs, I will sell nt Public
Auction, ut my salesrooms in Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
The properly covered by said Mort
1st The Leaso of that certain piece
of Land situate at Kahaluu, Knohiu,
OiiIiii, whereon Is situated the Ilico Mill
belonging to Morlgiigors and described
lu a Lease from Ah "" nn & Co. to (,'on
chee & Ahiing, dated September 0. 1880,
for 15 years, nnd recorded In Beg. of
Deeds lu Book ii5, on pages !lG0-377, niul
also all Buildings, Machinery, nnd
appurtenances hereon situate and also
24 Hind of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Pnthlv Wnrehrnise. storhiff ennaeltv
400 tons, 1 Dwelling House. 1 unall
Warehouse at Kahiiliiu bench, 3 Horses.
The Mill is one of the very hestou the
Islands, mid cleans CO bags A Nn. 1
Bice lu twelve hours, mid is run by
Wuterpower, Is In first class older; ft
was erected about 0 years ngoittncost of
812,0(0. The Ground rent for the MUl
slto nnd Wuterpower Is $200 per milium.
2nd Ono undivided ono fourth in
terest in tho "Wniliolu Bico Plantation
known us Wing Chong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds inoro or
less and having .')! acres of Bice land
more! or less and being interest and
leiihos and leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in said mort
gage, nlso two Houses, one Bice
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 woiking Oxen, 3
Plows and utensils requisite for plan
tation. Kontal about $1,026 per
annum, average crop 45 tons of paddy,
owes about .? tf,bUU.
3rd The Lenso of all of that cur
tain piece of land witli buildings and
inipioveincnts thereon situate on
Nuuaiiu street in paid Honolulu op
posite the late Queen Emilia's resi
di'iieo and lately occupied by the
Moitgngors as utoro and ofllce and
described in a lease from Charles It.
Bishop nnd B. P. Bishop to Gonclioo
& Ahung dated November 25, 1878,
for live years and from January 1,
1S8I), and extended for 5 vears from
January 1, 1888 at a rental of $300
per annum, and recorded in raid
Begistry in Book C8, pagu 32. This
property is rented now at $15 por
month. For further particulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON,
50 20 Attorney for Mortagces.
Under Instructions fiom tho HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall sell
at Put lie Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
r At 12 o'clock noon,
at thj- salesif omc, enrntr of Fort nnd
Queen Mice's, Honolulu, that virv de-t-irabln
linel of laud situated nt Kiiliu,
Lillha Stietr, known a3 Leu You.
man's Pn piity, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of supcrlpr quality, wclhwatercd.
Lot Xo. 1 Containing tin area of
11 mid G.100 acres, ut nn upset price
Lot Ko. 2 Adjoining the above on
the miiiika side, mid containing nn
an a of 1 acre. Ui set price J750 00.
TEKMS CASH. Deeds nt the
expense of purchasers. Furthoi partic
ulars may bo learned ly application nt
tho olliee of tho Boird of Education,
whore plain aud surveys of tho land
may bu sacn.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Feb. 2. 1687 -Intel
On Account of being Over Stocked
Black Sack Suits !
Black Frock . Suits !
Sort ima sum
ETC, ETC. ETC.
EG?" Wo will mako a reduction on tho
Now is your cluinoo to buy Rhick
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
rpiIE FIRM OF SPEAR &PFEIFER,
X having hpen dissolved bv order of
the Bupictno Court, mid tho umlcrelgned
unpointed Recelvoi'; notice is hereby
given that iho lino stock of Watches
nndJowelry will boon t-ulo at thostoio
of fc'pear & Pfolfor for a short time, at
All pnrllea Indebted to this firm aro
not I tied to make sclllotuout nt ouco.
W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for Spear & Pieifcr.
Honolulu, FcT). 101867. 60 lm
Boll Tel. 172.
Bov ! 07.
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employmont Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Estato Agents, Cus
tom House and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Leases, Contracts', an I all Itlnth of Con.
vcy-ui'dng, Tiadcsincn's Books wilt.
ten up, Bents nnd Accounts col.
lected, Returns pruinpl.
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler tho fcl'owlngi
llonco to llcnl and Furniture for Sale.
Lu.imi j2') per iu nth. If iimjki u'.,iiiis
SiootiH and baih; also hoi u ,ii cold
water; good locality, IIo minuted
wall, from Post Ofllce.
For Salo. Hoiuo and Lot. About 9f
ncie, w Itliln flvu mliiutcs walk if Post
Olllce. House contains 0 rooms, lale
ly put In good lepalr. Stnbles and
To Ront. Three Houses on Llliha Street.
For Sale 1 Open Sid Bur Uuggv, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. I Square Piano, i Oo.
lawn, in good order.
1 Upright Piano, 1) Co aves, In good
Rooms lo Rent. Four very lnuuUomely
fimiMiid rooms in large bouse.; well
shunted ou Nimiiuu Avenue. Bent
$15 n month each.
To Let. The house mid grounds slluatid
lu Niiumm Avenue, tcccnily occupied
by A.J. Cariwrlght, Jr, Esq.
To Lei. A Croomcil Cottage, with Car
ilago House and Outhouse", Ninuinu
Avenue, near Government reservoir,
above lato Qitrcu Dowager Etnmn'a
place, with nbout 2 acres of laud,2Ji
mile from twu. Bent fIG per month.
To Let. A5.ioomcdC( tinge, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuumiui
Avenue, opposite " Valley Home," in.
excellent order. Bent Vi.
For Sale or Loaso -Willi Immediate pos.
HI-H..10H, inai vniuaiiic estato Known ns.
Iho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
siinnttd in llio Niiunr.u Vnlley. 'ly,
miles from iho city, and uiidoiibNully
tho tuot eligible silu for n milk or'
milk and butter dairy in this Kingdom.
To Let. Two Cottages, situated in the
Chinese Chinch picture-'.
Wanted. A rcspcetdile English or Ger.
man Girl to assist in a small l'mnlly.
Wanted Hy a competent Engineer, hold,
iug-llisl-class curiillcnios mid highly
recommended, sitmulou nt sea or on
S!8 Merchant Street.
Hell Telephone IMM. I. O. llox 41S.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Iluokx written up, AcconntH and
Employment nnd Shipping Agency.
Labor Contract Blanks nnel Revenue
Stump olwaya ou hand. Copying and
traiihlnting In nil languages Usui in this
Kltu'doni. Oidirs from tho oilier Is
lands will receive piompt iitleiition.
Valuable) Properties lor Salo. 2 Acres of
Land, s-plendiilly slluatid in JInkiki
1 Acre In MnkiM, on Jlcretaiiii street,
tine building the.
l?,f Acres with 4-ionin Cottage, on Lillha
Uriel, A rate i hinco,
For Lease. 40 Acres of Land, 2J miles
from Mosuimr.s corner in acres of
which Is Miltablo for either Rico or
Tarn, and has hi en under cultivation
for the last C years. AH buildings
necessary for a llrst-clas lltllo ranch
now on the premise .
Wanted. A Situation Uy a competent
practical Engineer, who has had miuy
years' experlcno?, mid cim give iho
host of refercucts. Employment on a
Wanted Hosllor A competent, handy
man about horses can tlnd employ
ment tor tho next tlx weeks. Japanese
For Salo 2 acres' or Choice Tarn Laud,
situate noar the Insaue Asylum.
Full particulars givm
No. 38 Merchant Streot, Honolulu.
occupied by Messrs.
A Now Lot of
Cigars end Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
Tho FiiifBt Hrand of
in IlicJIaikot tit the
VITRAI niHAR QTAMD
MUllJ UIUIUIU liUM)
r. IlIIiMKIt, Proprietor.
For Sale or Charter!
Tho HrbUJi IJnvk
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033 Tom, Class 83 L. I, I. Yeritai-, U for
salo or charter.
Apply on hoard to
73 3t Mastor,
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