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Mr. J. E. KlilaiU has boon appoint
ed by tbu Board of lidiiealion, School
Agent for ihcdistricl of Puna, on the
Island of Hawaii.
W. .IAS. SMITH, Sec.
Education Ollice, Jan. 10, 1S88.
It 1ms pleased His Majesty the
King to appoint
to bo a Commissioner of Crown Lands
The Board now consists of His Ex.
W. L. Green, His Ex. Jonathan Aus
tin,,nnd Hon. Curtis V. Iaukea.
January 0, 1888. Hii 31
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Etchaugo on the
JBuulc ol Culiluriiiii, M. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M . Itothschild & Son, London
The Commnrcial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christclmrch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
nr,i) lv .
PledRid to neither Boot nor Fart;.
Bit established lor the benefit ol all.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11, 1888.
THE LUNATIC ASYLUM.
The medical superintendent of the
Insane Asylum, Dr. Tucker, has re
ported upon the condition, etc. of
that institution to the Minister of
Interior, in whose department the
Asylum is, for the quarter ending
Dec. 81, 1887. The report is pub
lished in full in the ''Hawaiian Ga
The total number jjt .p.uy.itcs' tit"
the cloja-Ol'Thc quarter was G9.
Curing the quarter 11 had been
committed, 15 discharged, 1 allowed
to leave on furlough, and 1 had
died. The following nationalities
nre represented by the inmates:
Hawaiian 17, Chinese 10, Portu
guese l'i, American 5, English 2,
German 3, S. S. Islanders 4, Japa
nese 2, Norwegian 1, Swede 1,
Spaniard 1, Manila 1, East Indian
1, South American 1.
A portion of the report details
the improvements recently made in
the buildings and the method of
The superintendent animadverts
severely on the method which ob
tains of committing persons to the
institution. Wc arc glad to sec this
from such a source. The Bulletin
has more than once called attention
to the same matter. "By the pres
ent system, any citizen temporarily
laboring under undue excitement
from any cause, may be arrested,
and on the evidence of one physi
cian, who may know nothing of the
patient except what he may learn
from a cursory examination, be sent
to the Asylum." The system un.
doubtedly calls for amendment, and
wc are hopeful the call will not have
to be unnecessarily prolonged.
The parlors of the Congregational
church presented a very brilliant
appearance last evening on the occa
sion of the Congregational club din
ner in honor of the Forefathers'
day. As already stated in the
"Times" this was the first celebra
tion of the day in Oakland for sev
eral years. Congregational clubs,
ns is well known, are associations of
ministers and church ofliccrs, who,
looking to New England as the
birth place of Congregationalism in
this country, naturally celebrate
with joy the landing of our fore
fathers at Plymouth Hock on, De
cember 21, 1020. The dinner of
last night had to bo postponed one
day on nccount of prayer meetings
and other matters. On entering the
parlors a brilliant scene met the
eye. Around three sides of the hall
tables were spread laden with good
things, and bright with choice
bouquets of flowers. The guests to
the number of about one hundred
and twenty wero waited on by the
young ladies of tho congregation
handsomely dressed, and wearing
pretty little muslin and laco caps.
The 'dinner was excellent and as
may bo imagined, -perfectly served
by tho Ilcbes in attendance. At its
conclusion tho guests turned their
chairs toward the head tabloland
the order of exercises began as fol
Opening remarks by the Prcsi-
Miirn'ililTiln t ihijfiiii '
dnut, Kov. J. A. Ronton, lL D. ;
addrcs, "The Pilgrim Polity," by
Hew 1. K. McLean; address,
"Transplanting the Tilgrim Polity
Into the Great Interior," by llov.
J. A. Critzan ; pootn, "Forefathers'
Day," by Miss Irene Hardy; ad
dress, "The New England School
house, " by Hevi Van II. Patterson ;
address. "A Lawyer's Look at Ply
mouth Hock," by H. S. Lippilt,
Esq. ; address, "The New England
of Iho Eulure," Rev. C. D. liar
rows, D. D.
hiht the addresses were nil
origiual and good Mr. Cruzan's
eulogy of the Pilgrim Fathers de
serves special mention. It was
pithy, humorous and full of practi
cal truths. A most enjoyable even
ing was spent, and those present
will long remember "Forefathers'
Dav" of 1887. "Oakland Times,
Late Foreie lis.
Ottawa, Dec. 22d. Joseph Cham
berlain held a levee for local journ
alists and the press correspondents
at Kiileutt Hall to-night. He aid
that he hoped for n satisfactory set
tlement of the fishery queslion. A
commercial union between Canada
and the United Stales, he said, will
never be brought about. It means
the inevitable absorption of Canada.
England will never consent to give
Canada a right to negotiate her own
treaties under present arrangements.
He went on to say an imperial feder
ation, according to the schemes al
ready submitted, was impracticable.
England would not oppose Canada's
separation from the Empire.
A very large Anti-Chinese meet
ing was held in Metropolitan Hall,
San Francisco. Mayor Pond of the
city addressed the meeting and
stated that some dcinonsuation
should bo made to warn the olliccrs
of the law to strictly enforce the
immigration law, and more espe
cially to instruct the Stale's IJcpre
sentatives in Congress to use their
influence to entirely prohibit Chi
nese immigration to this country.
New York, Dec. 2-1 .It is thought
possible that Sharp's visit to Pome,
N. Y., is en route to Canada. The
"Evening World" editorially sa3s:
Pome is only slightly over 100 miles
from Canada, and ordinarily S-10,-000
would be rather steep fare for
such a distance, but circumstances
alter cases, so Jacob Sharp may
New York, Dec. 27. The "Her
Senator Hearst as favoring war
on account of Samoa. He is quoted
assaying: "If the Germans refuse
to give us equal privileges with
themselves in Samoa we ought to
fight, if necessary, to secure them.
We made a mistake in permitting
the Germans to secure a foothold
there and we will make another mis
take if wc allow them to retain
their present ascendancy to the ex
clusion of other nations, our own
Chicago, Dec. 27. Advices from
Minneapolis say that the mercury
was 15 below zero at 7 a. m. to
day, with indications of severe
weather. General Greeley tele
graphs from Washington that the
temperature in Chicago will fall 20
or more before 7 a. ji. Thursday.
Philadelphia, Dec. 27. The "Ex
press" says editorially: The de
claration of the San Francisco
"Call," tlie representative Demo
cratic organ of the Pacific Coast,
that Mr. Cleveland's free trade
message is a death-blow to the
Democracy in California, doubtless
reflects intelligent party opinion in
that Stale. If anything were needed
to make the Pacific States "surely
Republican in 1888, Mr. Cleveland
has kindly supplied it.
Vienna, Dec. 27. The "Treni
ecrblatt" attributes the present
comparative calm to the moderation
or love of peace of those Cabinets
which the "Invalids llusse," the
war organ in St. Petersburg, would
induce its readers to believe are
treacherously preparing for war.
Paris, Dec. 27. The "Figaro's"
Munich correspondent states that
the workmen belonging to the Aus
trian reserves have been ordered to
return to their regiments lorthwilli.
DUltINf! my absence fiom thin king,
doni Mr. W. C Poiertk will act
tor mo under full Power of Attoin-r.
(J. II. IIOLLVhD,
Honolulu,. Ian. .!, 16-. CO ilt
Mechanic Engine Co, No, 2,
a"MIKIii: will be a Special Mining of
. ibis Company Till KVKNMMJ,
at 7:"0 o'clock. Kvorv inunlisr sex
peeled Id 1 o pro-onl, as business ut lm
norUuicd is to Liu acted upon.
Per order, U. J. MCCARTHY,
J10 It Foreman,
For the Island of Oauu.
Ollice, : : Gov't'Huildlng, Honolulu.
Tahiti Lemonade Works,
ANY person having claims against
tho works, previous to Die. ;i 1st,
as. well us the family at Sunny South,
should send them in at oneu fur pay
ment to J E. J1HOWN it Co., No. 28
Merchant street. PC It
COTTAGE TO RENT,
C ORNISH of KIdhu and Funtacolu
mrcets. Enquire of "W. O, AT
WATEI!. Gov't Uuildlug. tO lw
5 minutes walk from Iho P. 0.
13G, 138, 140 and 142 Huuanu Street.
Dcllghtlully Situated, and Plenty of Fresh
Air all the Year Round.
B5" Twenty flut class rooms in mnln
building, willi liist-ohm dinlii); rncin.
Indies' Parlor & Gentlemen's Piirlor.
Hot niid cold water baths free to all
Tho table will lie supplied with tho
best nu aw In the mirltRi, together with
Fui'oniilili' luxuries whin obtainable.
I'Mn-t'-chi" Cooks and help employed.
JlrwiUfiHt,? to ') a. in.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Dinner, !::() In 7 p. til.
.1IKS. 31. HUTCH Kit,
50 iw Manag(rc3s,
All persons arc hereby, forbid,
den frcm excavnling, diggbig
or depositing rubbish In the
streets of this dislilct, w i'lioul,
the written ordtr of the Kind
II. F. IIKIMJAim,
3"i lm Komi, Oiihii.
1f R. John Mag on is inillu ri.ud to
1X collect loi our account, mid sign
BROWN & CO.
.Ian. 10, 1SSS.
Per S. S Australia,
Skating! Skating! Slatting!
Commencing January Glh,
Every Eriflay E?eiiii !
For Ladies and their Kscorls.
Every Friday Evening will le kept
perfectly select for ladies it gentlemen.
J3uii1 in A-licutlniicc.
THOMAS E. WALL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Bfl. HOFFSCHLABBHR& Go
Have Ktmiived their
Office and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods t their New Store
On King Street
Oppo-dle Mc.ssis Cattle & CooKo'b
and lictliel htieet,
Ncaily opposite tho Post Ollleo.
Ed. Hoffschlacgcr & Co.
Ucll Tel. 173
J. E. BROWN
Firo Proof Htone lluildiug,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Ilaw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Huston with thu Azoroj
Through tickotsgiantcd from Honolulu
Meichuiullfo storpd and sold on com
mission. (JonslgumontB toljclted.
Propei tics leuscil, rented and Eold.
Legal documents drawn.
Ruoksnuiliied and adjusted.
Authorized collector, ill'. A. Moiofl.
Frozen q& Oysters
iiWtifoMfmirf i i Mitfi.jiMiiia.s tLLkjli.iyi
When Mars tho God of War on high
Of biUtlct llrst did think
He girt his sword upon hU thigh
And mixed a drop of drink.
King David was a mighty man
Of course ho drank no walrr
lie always bad a cocktail llr.t
And took his dinner after.
lack and Gill went up tho hill
'J'iry sny to got 'oine water
'J'liuy know enough to drink "Mich stuff"
Ami that wiifuU what they were after.
Old Mother llublmid went to the cup
board Rut not to get a bone
She wcut to try If the jug vn dry
For she camejrom the town of At fi lone.
(She was a half sister to the Widow
Mnloue, mid excepting her "daw g" lived
JJoiieleanU N a "flue" man
And wrote the Colleen ltawu
JJut ) did how their w Udom
When llicy drank the CmisKcai I.a-vn.
Antiquity of the Whiskey Demonstrated.
When Noah sailed off lu his ark
With his sisters Ids aunt? and hi
Ho loaded her down to Plimsolls mark
With Critiskccn by the doeu.
ThK I do declare
Happy is the laddy,
VI. . .. f.... 1
Who a nig can share
Of this lamoiis "toddy."
Tho Water will be Slmt Off from
tho City on THURSDAY, January 12th
1888, during the hours from 6 a. m.
to 4 p. m.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt Water Works.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
8 Merchant SI i cet
1t7-1 $ T amnnaJn T1nnl-
28 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Plum Soda, equal to Schweppes Ii:S
O CIC A-IS'TO
FOIt SAX FIIAXCISCO,
'I he Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
For Freight or Piisuge, apply to
WE G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For San Francisco
The well known and favorito Btiani'li p
City of New York
Will sail for San Francisco
On or about January 20th,
Taking freight and passengers.
For piirllculars apply to
II. IIACKKEIil) & Co ,
til 101 Agents I'jeillo Mall S. 3. Co.
NKT UOITAGU of -1 looins,
coiivenleiii to town, s'lhiihlu for a
mini and his wifo Rent let to uxoi-rd
-) per month. Address " .S. F. .J." this
BY a Japanese and wife a bltuntl on
JUim underhtauds horses, &c, and
wife a good liousekeeper. Apply at this
ON nii'l after this date I will not bo
icspouslblu for mi debts con
tracted in my uaiiio hy my wife, Mary
E. McGiirn. without my consent.
Honolulu, Jan t), 168S. Sf ilt
TMtOMnml after this dale. Mr. Llurlit.
X; body has no authority to collect
GONHAhVES & CO.
1"MIK Kuplolunl Park Association will
jL not ho responsible for uuy dchts
contracted in its mime without iho wilt
ten order ol in Truisunr.
A. 6. (JLKGIIORN.
32 Sw P.csldent.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
JL udvcrtlso it in tho Daily UvuLVfix
HAWAIIAN. BTJSiHESS AGENCY.
No. 80 TORT STREET, HOHOLttLU.
Expert Accountants and Colloclors, Real Estate, Firo &. Lifo Insurance
Agonts, Cuslom-Houso, Loan and Exohango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts nccurntely kepi ami piopcrly adjusted.
Collections will icccivo .frelal allentioa and returns promptly made-.
Conveyancing a Specially, liicoids tcardicd mid coneci Abittncts or Title
Legal Document1) and Papers of every description carefully diawn and hand.
Copying ami Translating in all languages in general me it this Kingdom.
Real Estato hoiiithi and sold. Tuxes naid and Piopcity sarely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insurance effected in first clas Insurance Companies. '
Cudtom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions Millcted for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or told on most favorable terms.
Iutor-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
All Duslncss entrusted to our oaro will rocclvo prompt and faithful attention at
liming had an extensive business cxpcih'iicc for oer twenty. live u'iiih hi
Now York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
intricitc and complicated nature, or requiring taol and discretion, and respectfully
solicit a Hill.
Hill Telephone No. 27-I. Jlii-wixiiun I.tiiMinuss Varontsv.
jan 7t:8 1
HPHE Remington Typewriter is the
X Stiindaiil willing machine of the
world. It piinis 7(1 ci'iirncters, or with
certain combination, till mi 80 1 lnirucU'r?,
with the operation of only !l!l hey. The
machine is so simple that any 'one tan
wntc wl'hit, and its imuiipiiiiti.in is so
easily understood, that but liitle pine
tice I u'lpibeil to eimhle the operator to
acquire facility in it- use. Tin1 average
speed of the pen Is from 15 to 20
words per minute, and Ihe average bpecd
of the type writi r i- fmin 40 to fcO umds
per minute. Time spent in writing
with the pen is at least two thiids
Orders for the above 'li'-trumeut may
le lelt with ihc undersigned at the of
lice of V. G. Iiwin te (Jo , and will re
ceive prompt iittenl ion The undii'sign
ed is also prepaied ! give purchases
lull instructions as to the use of the
For fuitlier particulars apply to
W. M. G1FFARD,
So'cAgentforthe Hawaiian Isliniis.
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2. t -ri
Ji a: - . s
S ai b- M GTS
fa C o; l" ett
: B) 3 i -w 3
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M I1 "'
r $ CD
Ex W.g. IJowne
AN INVOICE OF FRESH
California Min Bread!
For pitfo at Lowest Rates,
in lots to Hilt, at
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co's.
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per inomh.
Long leiiEe.' For
p.utlciilars apply at
ONE FINE 15AV JI ARE, yoirs old,
eouud and kimi in uvciy purlieu.
lar, and thoroughly broken to harness
and Middle ; a lovely animal. For u
bargain call on O. MOROFF. at J. E.
Drown & Co's ollice. Merchant ttreet.
Bteain Works, Sunny South
Tele, Dell 173, Mutual 210.
Depot. Merchant blieet.
Tele, Hell 112, Mutual C0.
Tali LMumiJli WorRs.
Tiio undersigned having pui chased
the business of the Tahiti Lemoiiadu
Woiks, the depot lpis been removed to
No. 23 Meichaut Street.
All orders for Aerated Waters manu.
factored atthn above establishment will
icccivo prompt attention.
.1. E, MtOWN & Co.
P. O, Hox 409. 182!)
NOTICE U hereby given that Ccrtlfl.
rate No. M, for tl sbiucj ot Iho
slock of the People's leo & Refrigerat
ing Co, hlaudliig in thu name of the
uuileolgned, has been lost or mUlaid.
The Coiupaiiy Inning taken nctlcti in
tho mutter snidCeillllea'.o become from
thedatuof Ihisuotleu null and void.
, J.F. UROWN.
Honolulu, Jan. -1, 1887. Hi !)t
I YOU WANT ASERVANT.
advcftso in thtt Dailv Bulletin,
lew Freight Boats
Wc take pleasure in lccotiimcndiug
our boats, as their eoiitruetlon Is the
result of years of study and labor in
building, and handling boats around
our various Island landings. We claim
thc"-e boats to lie snpeiior for island use
to others (cither buillhure or imported;
in 1'ior 1 essential poiiit, and wc are
Mippui eiln this opinion by those who
have i.si-i'tliem, as well as by others who
ni c qualified to judge. They arc built for
use niid durability, and not with the
view of having the benetlt of future re
pairs. Wo use no cross grained and
useless Monkey Pod knees, timbers, or
lloors. nor straight wood stems Our
frames are all O k bent acus without
a joint on the keel, and of a si.e, laiger
than usual in other boat, they are also
dosser together, and iloublc rivltcd to
the keel, with additional lloois between.
We have applied both strain and blows
to these steam bent timbers and (hid
that they ato equivalent to the so called
solid lloors of twice the sie, and are
consequently less liable to be severely
bilged, and are easier repaired when it
occurs. The gnu wales aie of Oak, and
with the outside planking ai e invariably
in one plank from stern to stem. The
hoisting strap does not go through the
keel, cutting it away at a vital point,
but toggled under a screw-bolt fastened
dead wood, and hinged above so as to
accommodate the span of hoist. The
timbers are not cut away for water run,
our limbers are in the keel. Wc have
also a solid wide iron plate on the keel
and steins of the boat which have secur
ed for these boats their well deserved
reputation for superior build. The
model also compares favorably -with
our best imported boats, carrying
their width on the thwart, "and
not on the gunwale as crank boats do,
tnking all the chafe and pounding
against ves-els and wbaif, when dis
charging. Our bent Oak knees also
cany out the requirements of the oldest
and most experienced association known
who for 70 years have spaied neither
lime nor money to pioeuiv the best surf
and life boats, wherever found. During
the test of 1SS1, ilexibility hi boats, was
found to bo most essential. The rela ion
these knees bear to the jointless section
timbers and to the boat herself when se
verely struck, to prevent a damaging
concussion or any damage, can be read
ily seen. This quality cannot be found
in bonis stilly held in one place, and
loose lu another. Several naval Cap
tains and Olllcers who have inspected
this system pronounce it a great im
provement over the old, as a preventive
lroin being stove in or ullgcu alongside
when being lowered at sea. as many
have been known to do the short lloors
and timber ends lifting from the keel.
An other improvement, is that wo sell
these boats for S0 less than was form
erly paid for tills size boat here, and
it pays the builder and buyer better.
Wo have on hand two 24 feet freight
boats, price 20 to 2o0.
On stocks two 18 feet freight boats,
130 to $150
A correct model of the 20 feet Kinau
boat, 8230 to S250.
Two 15 feet pleasme, pine copper
fastened clinker, weight 80 lbs., oars,
etc., ."i5 to SCO.
Tbtee various si.ed skiffs all kinds,
Sin to s:to
Also our model yacht center board
sloop ".Reform" all complete for pleas
ure or lislilng, with hooks, Hues, water
kegs, oars and rowlocks, anchor and
chains, extra sails, au oil stove, and a
little Hat boat, that can be carried on
deck. This is a speedy little craft, and
works second to none in our waters,
the was built for pleasure with safety,
to sail on her bottom, without packing
around tons of ballast. Cnu he rigged
and sail made in 15 minutes, and uiiilg
ged hi live. Price $275.
We are also prepared to give plans
and estimates of all kinds of scows,
rowing, sin f or sail boats, steam laun
ches, or schooners, lu solid, bent frame,
or diagonal building. Our, experience
lu tho latter mode (lutes lroin K.)1, when
the celebrated yachts "Fox" and otbeis
were built lu that way, this vessel was
severely tried in tho Arctic for t! years
under Sir J. MeCllntoek, when in
search of Sir .John Franklin. This mode
of building is highly recommended
where inside llnish ami capacity Is an
object. Wo invito Inspection of our
boats at the Enterprise Planing Mill,
where samples may be found.
J. A. DOWER.
.Mutual Telephone, No. 325. 21
iff mm oats !
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just iccoivcd ox Mariposa, by
J. E. BROW & Co.,
28 Merchant Street
HOUSK and LOT. "tei ms reasonable
impiiroofT. W. Rawlins, Hiiwu.
ilau .Soap WorkB.
Lolco, Honolulu, 3o tf
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan,
On Thursday, January 12th,
Alio n. in
At my sales loiiiii. Qnien Btiect, I wdl
sell nt .iiblii: niiclioii,
Glassware and Crockeryware,
Clmmbcr Set'. Ten Sets.
Decor iled Diimei Plates,
A large nssoitment of
Lover and Alarm Clocks.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Accordcous, Guilari', and mi
Assortment of Ghoico Books,
Compilslng W'nverly Novels,
Gci'. ICIIiot's works,
Encic 0,'ediax, &v.
And at 12 t.oon,
Two Ctii-rlujso HoracN,
1 Maiv broken sosnddlcand harness.
Auction Sale of
salt of buildinir Ioih nt Tni,im
poslpoiii'il fx.ni Dri- nisi. '
will take place
Oi WGQnesflay, Jan. 1811,
At, 12 noon,
Ai my tide? 100111, Queen 1 tivtt.
HST Plans of the lots can
further information given
be seen and
JAS. P. MOItGAN,
M ot' Auctioneer.
In accordance with a power of sale
contained i. a certain morlagnge made
by W C. Akana of Honolulu to Chas.
M. Cooke in trim foi Juliette v. Athrt-."
ton, wile of ,L B. A'hurton, dated the
Mill day of May, li-Sj, recorded in the
ollice of the Registrar of Conveyance,,
in liber !U. on folios 2434, I will sill at
On Wednesday, January 18th,
At 12 o'oluck inon,
At my sales room, Queen street, the prj.
mites described in taid mortgage, as
All tliatccrtain-picccor parcel of hind
situate in Iwilci, in said IlOjolulu, con.
tabling an area of 2t4 square futhoni",
and being the same premises moic par.
liculnrly dc-criUd in Rovul Patent No.
4128, L O Award No. 13to Upai, and
that weie conveyed t. the mid W
C Akina by Pun (k) by deed dated 7
of February, 18S2, and rccouli'd in Liber
73, on folio-, 2(10-7.
Therd Ua hands-une dwelling Iioiuq
upon the ptoinitcs with out-houses now
occupied by W. C. Aknnii. &J
Furlh-r particulmscau be, hud of Jl
M. MONSARRAT, attorney fw Oha3.
M. Cowki, TruHcp for Juliette M. Ather
JAMES F. MORGAN,
30 t Auctioneer.
iNaccoulance with a power of sale
contained In a certain mortgage
niauo ny w. u. AKaiia and Ifannali 1
Akana his wife of Honolulu, to A.
Campbell, dated Mlhdayof May, 188(1,
recorded in the ollice of the Registrar
of Oomeyances, in Liber 100, on Folios
189, 11)0 and 101, I will sell at Public
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1888,
At 12 o'clock noon, at my Sales room,
Queen st., Honolulu, the premises des
cribed lu snld inoitgngo. as follows:
1st All that ceriain piece or parcel of
laud situate at Kaluaiuoo' in Wniidae
ikl, in said Island of O.iliu, und bounded
and described as follows :-Pnhale.
E hooinaka ma ke klhi Akau o keia ma
hele, ola hoi ko klhl Illkiua o ko Paklal
niahelo e hole aims Ileum 40 llik.
1.17.$ kaul. pill mo ko kula-o Kouohiki,
alalia, Ileum fiGOKoui. 1.30 kaul. mo
ko Kouohiki; Akau 40 Knm. 1.17K
kaul. mo ko Kouohiki a l ku kii,i i,.u:
?r V'11?1 ,"allclc' "hiilu, Alain coo
llik. !.!!() kaul. u nil! mm mn Lv. T.,l.-l.,l
nialiele a hlkl-I ko klhl niua maloko ola
upturn ho 152-1000 o ku eka a ot ikl aku,
euil ikl null palm, and being tho same
premises that wero conveyed to the said
Manual 1. Akana under the name of
Hannah P. Ullama, hy deed dated 1st of
January. 1887, and recorded In the Ollleo
of mi d Registrar in Liber 18, folio -182.
2nd All that certain pleco or parcel
of laud situate at Puulciia, Manoa.
jbuimi oi uaim, aforesaid: containing
and that were conveyed to tho said W
C. Akana, by Kahawal, by deed datei
ii(i in nepiemuer
,n 1 , i . w i """ 'eeonieu in
iJiliL'U 111 bum lll'irisirni Itt
T ll.i... n
tonus )IU IllJd U,
For surther nartleiilnra mumim nt t
U. MONSARRAT. Altm-n.v tn, a'
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JAS. J MORGAN,
A LL nceounts duo Mre. A. M. Mtllls
Jrx. of Mx months and over, will bo
placed in a Collectors hands without
further notice If not paid by the Ifitb,
4io. Um A.MMKI.LIS,
31 2w 17Emma street
pplNEST BRANDS OF CALI
f ornui l'oit, Madeira and Malaga
or sate in Kegs and cusch bv
uwnBAiiViia & CO.
Till :m-imi ..I '! ... ...it. .....l 1......
7 -", hiiu ueiiig ine sanio
prom ses more particularly described in
Royal Patent 101, invaded to ICiilani,
giandfather of the kmI,i v n ai-.,.:
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