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Mr. J. 12. Eldiirts has befit itppuint
ctl by Uio lloaidof Kdttetition, Heboid
Agent for thudislrict of Puna, on llic
Island of Hawaii.
W. J AS. SMITH, Sue.
Education Omee, Jan. 10, 18SS.
II 1ms pleased llis Majesty Hit
King to appoint
to be a Commissioner of Ciown Lands.
The Boaid now consists of His Ex.
"W. L. Gicen, His En. Jonathan Aus
tin, and Iton. Cuitis 1'. Iaukea.
January !), 1888. :i5 .U
BCS1LOP & Co., BANK HUB
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands
Draw Exchange oa the
13tiulc ul Ciilittiiiln, fcs. ST.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, D0ST0N, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. llothsehild & Ban, London
The Commutcial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tlio Commercial liank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohristehurch, and Wellington,
The Hank of I'ritish Columbia, Vic
toria, 1$. C, and l'oitland, Or
Transact n General Uanhlng Business
rv J l ja
Fledged to ncithsr Ucct uor urty.
But established lor lLo benefit ol nil.
THURSDAY, JAN. 1-2, 1888.
This community lias the ruputa-
tion of being si charitable one, and
justly so. It can belter afford to
exercise charity than many other
communities, because it is a well to
do community. Although not rich,
almost everybody is in compara
tively comfortable circumstance.
There ib no i eal poverty, as it is
understood in old and over-crowded
countries, in this country. Hut still
there is abundance of royi tor the
,-.., Ann -r t' - ... -.1 ;-- ,i -r
vAUtciau ui swcci. uiiuriLy. u
have a jail, a lunatic asylum, si hos
pital for unfortunates, etc., all of
Vthich are maintained at public ex
pense. The Government cannot be
expected to furnish anything be
yond bare necessities to these insti
tutions; and yet there sue many
things outside of these which tend
to brighten the uii&iortimeb of the
unfortunate and to lighten the suf
fering of the sick, which the kind
hand of charity may furnish. Many
kind hearted people in this com
munity lecognise this fact, and are
constantly dispensing of their
abundance for the lelicf of the un
fortunate. Occasionally a news
paper man learns of some such
deed, and it is .recorded in pi int.
But many deeds of si similar nature
are done in secret, and the pnblic
know nothing of them. No doubt
there are many other people in the
community who arc just sis willing
and able to contribute to the cause
of charity, who nevertheless do not
so fully exercise the disposition,
simply for the reason that the ex
citing cause is not before their eyes.
To all humane and chsiritable per
sons we would lecoimnend the kind
consideration ol the unioitunates at
Kakaako and Molokai. These peo
ple are sadly alllieted. The Govern
ment doc9 sill it can for the silloyin
tion of their trouble. This can be
supplemented to a greater extent
than heretofore by piivalo benevo
lence. Let us do all we can to lessen
SMALL POX IN SAN FRANCISCO.
There weie IS!) desiths repoiled
at the Health Ollice dining last
week, nineteen more than occurred
in tho corresponding week of last
year. Ninety-three of tho deced
ents were females, sixty were for
eign horn, six being Mongolians.
Thiiteen children under one year
died. There were six violent deaths,
two being suicides and four acci
dental. Causes of other deaths
were: apoplexy, D; asphyxia, 2;
cancer, 5; diptheiia, 2 ; dropsy, ;
typhoid fever, 7; heart disease, 12;
measles, 4 ; paralysis, !1 ; phthisis,
lb; pneumonia, J!); smallpox, 2;
scarlatina, 1. H. F. Chronicle.
QUAllAN'lINK AT NKW YOltK.
New York, Dec. 27. During tho
cholera searo in October, the irjtalo
Board of Health was ordered by
Governor Hill to investigate tho
quarantine question in this harbor.
Tho Secretary of the Board has
jnadoarcpoit ia which ho says the
hospital iMnhils wore totally unfit
for Hie reception and care of pas
tcnjurs (if infected voxels, and that
cholera patients weie taken care of
in the most enroled manner. The
report dews thus: "It is the unan
imous opinion of those posted on
such matters that it would be dittl
cult to imagine a worse state of af
fairs than now ovists at quarantine.
It is haul to realize in this age of
civilization that the harbor of the
city of New York should be so in
adequately provided with facilities
for the pieventioii and extinction ol
epidemics." This is interesting
reading in view of the fact that a
vessel infected with small pox lies
at quarantine. pWceUty Bulletin,
Dec. !51, 1887.
duatiis ntntixtt Tin: past vvr.r.K ac-
TIVITIUS IX VACCINATION M'.W
CAsr.s or small vox.
One hundred and fotty.scvcn
deaths were recorded at the Health
Olllec during the week ending last
night, as against 110 the corres
ponding week lat year. Males
102, females '1.'). Natives of the
Pacific Coast, !,"); of other sections
of the Union "28 and 71 were of lor
eign birth. The decedents under
one year of age numbered IS and
21 weie over sity years old.
There weie 2 suicides, 5 casualties,
sind 27 died in public institutions.
The principal causes of death were:
Apoplexy, ii ; aleholisni, I; bion
chitis, 2 ; cancer, o ; croup, 2 ; con
vulsions, 2: ceiebro-spiiml menin
gitis, 2; diptheiiii, .'I; dropsy, 4 ;
typhoid fever, -1; inanition, 10;
heart disease, 4; kidney disesise, tf ;
liver disease. : lung disease, fi ;
measles, (i ; paralysis, ; phthisis,
20; pneumonia, 22; peritonitis, ! ;
small pox, 1 .
Another man alllieted with small
pox w absent to the Twenly-sixth-street
Hospital from the Central
House, 871 Market street, last
night. This msikos the eight pa
tient taken from this quarantined
A boy eighteen ycais of age, was
sent out this morning from Jones
street, between Pacific and Broad
way. Over one bundled and fifty smsill
pox patients luive been sent to the
hospital since last May.
Timothy Gsirvey, who was sent to
the hospital on the 2-lth inst, from
his residence at the foot of Jackson
slicet, died in that institution this
morning. The deceased was em
ployed on the steamer 1). K. Knight
running to Marysville.
Last evening, the three laruc
rooms occupied by tl0 IJoaid of
Health in the, hi kin street wing of
the now City Hall were crowded to
excess by persons wishing to be vac
cinated. The conidor leading to
the rooms was bo crowded that
Mayor Pond telephoned to Chief
Ciowlcy for police olliccrs to keep
order. Three olliccrs were imme
diately detailed for the duty. Sev
eral hundred were vaccinated by
Dis. Urban and Fox.
The rooms were crowded with
men, women, and children to-day,
and the good work of vaccination is
going on as rapidly as can be done
with the piesent force.
Dr. Gale verified three cases of
smsill pox this inoininu, and the pa
tients were sent to the hospital.
One was a man twenty-eight years
of age, residing at 8, Monroe stieet.
Another man, twenty-six years of
sigc, rcsiueii on the uuu mimuercu
.block of Hyde street.
The white walls of a small tent
were seen through the trees in P01U
moulh Square this morning. The
gales remained closed and the passer-by
became aware that the pretty
brcsithing-place had been tempora
rily turned into a small pox iuclos
ure. This morning, between 8 and
9 o'clock, the fiist two patients ar
rived at the new hospital, both fiom
the immediate neighborhood. A
perceptible shudder made its way
down the backs of Ihe people in the
vicinity when they were informed
that there were two well-advanced
cases of confluent small pox within a
fllonc'b throw of the old City Hall
and under no better shelter than
that alforded by Ihe canvas of si
tent. At noon the two patients
wore still in the tent. One of the
men was found on Montgomery
slieet, between Washington and
Clay. Ho is thirty-seven years of
sigc and is afllicled with si coiilluent
type of the disesise. Ho said that
6ome two week's ago, he loomed sit
the Centra! House. For the past
two days he has been ioaining about
The suspension of circulation of
books has been ordeiedby the Trus
tees of the Free Public Libiary.
Another individual, with his face
coveied with pustules, wandcud
leisurely about the old City Hull
this afternoon. Finally, as he was
about to appear befoie the Chief of
Police in person, an officer chanced
to meet him and hastily diiected
him to the tents among the trees op
posite. The stricken individual
walked about the square, but as ho
could find no gato open, ho again
appeared at Ihe City Jlsill. Again
he was directed to tho tent, and this
tiuiu ho managed to get into the
square. "When last seen he was
unconcernedly swinging upon the
chains awaiting tho sirrival of a phy
sician to decide his fato. ("Daily S.
F. Bulletin, Dec. ill, 1887,
The health authorities took two
Chinese buffering from small pox
from a house al the Corner of Clay
and Stockton streets, and convoyed
them to the pesthouso yestenhiy.
S. F, Chronicle, Jan, 13, 1888.
TWO DUATIIS YUSIIUtDAY AM. WLI.L
AT 'Mil: OI'.NTUAl, iiousr..
It was judged at the Health Olllee
that the inclemency of the weather
was the cause why the daily average
of 1,100 vaccinations during the
last two or three das of 1887,
fell off ycstcrdsiy niulthoday before
about fit) per cent. The first day of
this year the vaccinations weie n lit
tle siiort of (100, and yesterday con
siderably below this number. The
slock of vaccine matter on hand was
reported alarmingly low, amounting
in all to less llitin 200 points, which,
in case the virus ordered iroin the
East does not arrive this morning,
will necessitate a cessation of vac
cination for a time.
Yesterday afternoon two deaths
weie reported and two new cacs of
small pox were discovered. Hobcrt
MoMartin, the stockbroker who was
trausfeircd to the Twenty-sixth-street
Hospital, from the quarantine
Central House, on Market btrrct,
was one of the deaths, and a China
man named Fook Sin Long was
found dead at No. 7r Clay street.
The new eases discovered were a
young woman, on Kearny street,
sind si man unknown, found on Pow
ell street. These two cases were
taken to the Twcnly-sixlh-street
Hospital. 8. l' Examiner, Jan.
'Al'ltAlI) OP SMALL VOX.
Port Townscnd, (YV. T.), Jan. 2.
The lie-aid of Health has decided
to institute a vigorous examination
of vessels from sound and coast
ports on account of small pox.
rChoniclc, Jan. tl, 1888.
xr.w casus i:i:roi:Ti:i and iip.aths at
More than !),00() people were vac
cinated during the month of Hecein
ber, and the outlook now iu that
more than twice that number will
bare their aims to the lancet before
the close of the present month.
There were two new cases of
small pox reported at the Health
Ollice up to -1 o'clock yesteulay, and
two deaths from the disease.
On Sundsiy there were three cases
and one death. A man was taken
from a house on Clay street, near
Polk, another one from Leavenworth
street, near Yallcjo, and still qk
other from Fourteenth sl-roci, near
Genaro Garcia,0'f i Broadway,
died at the Pothouse.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
4" 100ms, JSn. 4 Giudun Lane, tliu
second dooi from Union street
rpiIK members of the llic police are
JL requcsled to meet :t llio house of
Engine Co. No. 2, at 7. U0 o.clock this
cvciiins'. 117 It
ON and after this date I will not be
icponsiblu for any debts con
tracted in my name by my wife, Alary
L. McGinn, without my con'cnt.
Honolulu, Jan !), lfcSS. 31 lw
JUST TO HAND,
3Hx: -. .xustvalia
NOTARY P L3 B L 8 C
Foi Hie 1-lniiil of O.ihu.
Oflleo, : : Oov'l Ihuldii.g, lb liolulu.
COTTAGE TO RENT.
10 UN Bit
of Kinim and 1J
Ihupilio of V.
BY a Japine?!) and wifu uhituiitlou
Man uiiduiHltinda hiiM", &c , and
wife a i:ood limit oho per. Apply ul lids
ht "11111 WoiKs Simti Soiiili
Teh, 11 11 I7J
l)o;ioi Mi nh mi -'i""i i
Ti-li", Uell H'J, Miii'iul :
TJm umleihigncd Jinving puichuscd
the biibiiu sa of the Taliiii Lciuounde
Works, the depot, lias been lemovid to
All orderh for Acintcd WateiH inaiui.
f teliiud at the abovcodahlibliiueiit will
leceivo piouipl atlentiou.
.r. i:, ljitowx s. Co.
P. O. Do-c -100. 1829
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not lcs. l?100 per month.
For paitlctilnrs apply at
NJi FINK HAY JIAHK, (I yeais old,
f ouml and kind in i veiy particu.
lar, and thoinughly hiokcii tohatnebs
mi I nuldlo ! a lovely animal. For a
birgnin cull on O, MOHOFF, atJ.i:.
Urown & Uo's olllco. 3trchuut fctrecl.
;j m ?53 ggfi
- "tn'?wia' &.);!;
G minutes walk Irom Iho P. 0.
-.- i.(j -
130, 138, 140 and 142 Huuanu Street.
Dcllolitlully Situated, and Plenty ot Fresh
Air all tho Year Round.
CST Twenty llit nliisi rooms in nniii
building, with Jitt-clnm dining mimt.
Lidlcs' Parlor & Gentlemen's I'urlor.
Hot and cold water baths free to ull
The laldc will he supplied with tho
brst nu ills in the mirkcl, tgelhn with
teasonnlilc hi-MiiIe when obtainable.
First-clan Cooks anil help employed.
Breakfast, 7 to 9 a. tn.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Dinner, &:f0 to 7 p. m.
itius. ml itUTCimrcn,
30 lw Mnuagircss,
Tahiti Lernonado Depot,
28 Merchant Street
High Class Aerated Yaters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Meioliaut Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
S8 Merchant Sheet
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Meichaul Stieet.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Order-, promptly ntleudcd to.
7t cents per docn, delivered.
Taliihi LSiaionade Depot,
23 Met chant Sttcet.
PI mi Soda, equal to Schweppes !W
33, x isr is: -sai
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Coinmencing January 0th,
Every Friday Mag ! .
For LidtCb and their Ktcorts.
Kvery Friday livening will 1 e kept
peiftctly .select for ladies & gentlemen.
JStiiitl iu. Vttcuclmiee.
1G01 l'roprietoi. lyr
Have llcmnved their
Offlco and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods to their New Store
On King Street
Opposite Mcssis Ca'-tlo & CooKe'h
and flethel street,
Ne.uly oppos-ite tho Post Ollice.
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
All pcr.-ons are hereby fothhl.
deir ficm excavating, diggi i;;
or depositing liihhiBh iu tho
btrects of this dlBtiiel, m! houi
the written older of ihultt.id
II. F. HEmiAllD,
31) lm Komi, O.ihu. -"
DUltINO my abeneo from this lting.
donOlr. W. O. Peacock will act
tor me under full Power of Attorney.
O. 11. HOLLAND,
Honolulu, Jim. 11", 1SSE. iiO :it
ITUiOM mid after this date, Mr. Lb'ht.
. body lias no authoiity fo collect
monies for OONSALVKS & CO.
rpiIK Knpiohinl Park Association will
JL not he rcspousiblu lor any deblH
contracted In Its namo without tlic wiit
teaoidei ot iU Tua'iinr.
A. S. OLKOHOHN,
32 8w Pusident.
John MsiL'non is autlif rled to
collect foi our account, and iign
rtceipirt J.K UHOWK&CO.
Jan, 10, lb88, U35
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
X advcitibo it in tho Daily Bulll-iih
HAWAIIAN" BUSINESS AGOTCY.
No. 85 01tT STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Fire & Lifo Insurance
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchange Brokors.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept nnd pioperly adjusted.
Collections will lecelvo spi clal attention ami returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a, Specialty, llcrouls searched and ion-eel Abitmcts of Title
lcs?al Documents ami Papers of every description carefully diawn mid hand.
somoly engrf 8cd.
Copying' and Translating- In nil languages m genet nl mo I this Kingdom.
Real Estato bought and sold. Tics naid aud 1'ioperty s.ifely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected
Tiro and Lifo Insurance effected In first el us Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Busincts transacted with accuracy and dhpaleh.
Loans negotiated at favorable rales.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for 1'uhllsheis.
Any Aiticlo purchased or sold on most favoiahlo terms.
Inter-Island Orders will rccelvo particular attention.
EST All Buslnoss entrusted lo our oaro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive bnsintss cxpeilcnce for over tueniy.ilvo yenis in
Now Yoik City and elsewhere, wo feel competent lo attend to all bushier of tut
tntrlcile and complicated nature, or requiring met and discictlo'i, and icjpcutfully
sollelt u ttiil.
Hill Telephone No. 374. XlJi-wsiiism liuwinomsi Acenev.
jnn 7S8 ly
rPHE Remington Typewriter is the
X Hniiilurd wiping machine of the
woihl. It piinlb 7(1 OMtractois, or with
eeriiiin combination, about 80 ilmne ers,
with the operatien of only 30 Ucy. The
machine iss-o Minplo that nti)otienn
writo whit it, and its insinipiil ition i- bo
eisily umUrstnoil, that but little prac
tiro h uqniied lo unable the opeiutor to
acquire facility iu its life. The aveiat'c
s-teed of the pen is frtm lfi to 20
words per minute, and thoavcrasjo speed
of the type w liter i fiom 40 lo bO vnuh
per minute. Time spent in writing
with the pun is at least two lltiids
Oiileis for the ulove 'ii-tniinent may
le left with ihe undersigned at the of
lire of V. G. 1 1 win As 'Js: , mi;" v. ill re
ceive tirw.'.nt ::t!Cnlion The undtisiirn
.ed is'nlso prupaied to givo iutchnscis
lull instructions ns to the use ot tne
For futther parlicnlnrs apply to
V. M. G1FPAKD,
So'e Agent for the Hawaiian Is-1 mils.
Per S. S Australia,
Al The Beaver Saloon
IB. .1. KOITK, itroiH'ictor
FOll SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Bleninship
AVIll leave Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, Jan. 17,
For Freight or P.isubu, ajiply to
WM. Q. IRVIN & CO., Agents.
For San Francisco
The well known and favorito BUanibhip
City if New York
A V 111 Bail for Snn Fianclsco
On or about January 20th,
Taking freight and papsengcrs.
For particulars apply to
H. HAOICPKLD & Co.,
ill lot Agents raelUo Mall ,S, S. Uo.
Mew Freight Boats
We take pleaMiie in lccoiniucudlng
our boat, as their conti notion N ihe
lCMlbof yean of hludy and labor in
buildinjr. and liiiudliiig boats mound
our vai ions i-land lnudiiigx. Wo claim
tlic-e boat-? to ho superior for tUuna use
to otheis (eilhei'buillhere or imported)
in eor,l etientlal points., and we aie
su)tpur e'lti this opinion by thoe who
hnvi i serlthum, ni well as by others who
aie ipinlllled to judge. They ato built for
uo and dui.ihililj, and not with tho
iew of Inning the benefit of fiittuo le
pairs. We ii'-e no eio grained and
iicele' Monkey Pod knei"., thnberh, or
llom.-, nor trallit wood stem- Our
fi.unes are all O k bent acio'.- without
a joint on the keel, aud of a sie, linger
than iwual in other boat-:, they nte also
cloer together, and double tivited to
the Keel, with additional lloors between.
Wo have :i)plicd both strain and blows
to thee steam bent timbers and lind
that they are equivalent to the so called
oolid lloors of twice the sie, and are
consequently less liablo to bo severely
bilged, and are easier lepahed when it
occurs. The gunwales aie of Oak, and
with the outside pliiuklng aie iiiMiiinbly
in one plank from stern to stem. The
hoisting strap docs not go thiough the
keel, cutting it away at a vital point,
but toggled under a seiow-bolt fastened
dead wood, and hinged above so as to
accommodate the span of hoist. The
timheis are not cut away for water urns,
our limbers aie in the keel. We have
alni a solid wide iron plate on the keel
and stents of the boat which have secur
ed for these boats their well deseived
reputation for superior build. The
model also compares favoiably with
our best impoitcd boat, canying
their width on the thwait, and
not on the gunwale as eiank boats do,
taking all the chafe and pounding
against vessels and whaif, when dls
cltaiging. Our bent Oak knees also
e.nry out the lcqitireincnts ol tho oldest
and most expet lenccd association known
who for TOyeais have p:ucd neitliei
time nor money to piociuv tne best sun
and life boats, wherever found. Dming
the test of 1SS1, flexibility in boats, was
found to be most essential. The rela'ion
tliee knees bear to the jollities section
timbers and to the boat herself when se
veiely struck, to pievent a damaging
concussion or any damage, can be read
ily seen. This quality cannot be found
in boats stilly held in one place, and
loose in another. Seveial naval Cap
tains aud, Olliccrs who lane inspected
tills system pronounce it a great bn
ptovenieut over Ihe old, as a ptcventho
fiom being stove in or bilged alongside
when being lowcicd at sea, as many
have been known to Uo tho short lloots
and timber ends lifting from the keel.
An other inipiovenient, is that we sell
these boats for S0 less than was fonn
cilynaid for this si.o boat here, and
it pays llic builder and buyer better.
We have on hand two 24 feet freight
boats, price $2.30 to $230.
On stocks two IS feet freight boats,
130 to ir0
A eon ect model of the 20 feet Kiuan
boat, S2.S0 to 2.-.0.
Two 1j feet pleasnte, pine copper
fastened clinker, weight ho lbs., oars,
etc., 5.J.") to 00.
Thieevaiious sized skiffs all kinds,
8 15 to 830 ,
Also our model yacht center boatd
sloop "Iteform" nil complete for pleas
tuc or'fisblug, with hooks, lines, water
kegs, oars and rowlocks, anchor and
chains, extra sails, an oil stove, and a
little flat boat, that can he carried on
deck. This is a speedy little craft, and
wotks bccond to none in our waters,
blio was built for pleasitio with safety,
to sail on her bottom, without packing
around tons of ballast. Can he ligged
and sail made in 15 minutes, and tiutig
ged ill five. Pi ice $275.
Wo are also piepaied to give plans
and estimates of all kinds of scows,
lowing, surf or sail boats, steam laun
ches, or schooners, .In solid, bent frame,
or diagonal building. Our expcilenco
iu tho latter mode dates fiom 1851, w lien
tho celebrated yachts "Fox" and otheis
weie built in that way, this essel was
severely tiled iu tho Arctic for II years
under 'Sir J. JleClIutock, when hi
search of Sir John Franklin. This mode
of building is highly leeoinineuded
wheio iiishlu finish and capacity is an
object. Wo Invito inspection of our
boats at tho Knteipriso Planing Mill,
whcic samples may bo found.
.1. A. DOWIHl.
Mutual Telephone, No. U25, 21
MEW mm OATS !
4 .FOK SALE,
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just lecoived ox Mariposa, by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
S28 Moiohaut Street
HOUSK and LOT, teims reasonable
lnqulronfT.W. llavllns, Iluwn.
iliiu Soap Works.
Lolco, Honolulu. 3o tf
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Auction Sale of
The Mile of building litis ul Vuniihou,
postponed from Ueo fllst.
will tuko plnco
Ol WtloHJliy, Jul 111,
At 12 noon,
At my snle3 loom, Queen street.
l?F" Plana of thu lots ran he seen and
furthir Information ghen on iippllca.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
30 Ot Auctioneer.
In iiccoidancc with a ow'or of sale
coiilutiied i iiceitnin mo tntrngo mailo
by W C. Akaita of lloiifliiltrto Chas.
M. C oke in trim foi .Tullitt.j . .Sllur
ton, who of J. 15. A'liuilon, dnleil tho
t-Jtli du of May, IfcSj, moiibd in the
olllcu of the Itegis'inr ot Ci nvuiicct,
in Iibei !il, on fosioj IM'J-l I w ill sill at
On Wednesday, January 18tli,
At 12 o'clock n on,
Al my sales loom, Queen sluct, the pro.
miscs ilesirtbed in mid moitifiige, ns
All that cert liu piece or pucil or bind
situate in Iwilel, in s.id Ho hull, con.
tu In i it i; an area of 244 sqn.iio I'ntli in1,
and lieing the same picmisen noie hi.
lirulatly'ilc-ciil (d in Hoil l'a i ,t No.
112a, L U Aw.u.1 No lb i" Up.ii, iind
thill were coir, eyed to the mid V
O Akina by i'liu (k) u ihul da ed 27
nf Febmaiy, 18i2, and rocoided. in Liber
73, on lolios 200-7 "".i
There i-a li'indsmie dwelling house
upon the picmhes with out houses now
occupied by W. C. Ak.inu.
Fuitlu'i" piiniculatscm he had of J.
M. MONSAKItAT. Attorney fur Olia.
M. C ouke, Tna-lei' for Juliette M. Athci
JA3IES F. BIOllGAN,
!!0 0t .Auctioneer.
NOTICE OF SALE
XN accordun ce with a power of sale
contained in a ecltain moilgage
made by W. C. Alcana and Hannah P.
Akana his wife of Honolulu, to A.
Campbell, dated 1-ltli ilay of May, 18S(!,
iceorded in the olllee of the Kegistr.ir
of Couicyanccs, in Liber 100, on Folios
18!), 1!)0 and 191, I will sell at Public
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1888,
At 12 o'clock noon, al my Sales room,
Queen st., Honolulu, the ptemises des
cilbcd in said mortgage, as follows:
lht All that certain piece or parcel of
hind situate at Kaluamoo1 iu AVnialno
iki, in aid Il:ind of Onliu, and bounded
and dcciibed as follows: Fahalc.
H hooinaka ma ko kihl Akau o kcia ma
hclc, oia hoi ke kihl ilikina o ko Pakiai
miihele e hole ana: Heina "10 Hik.
1.17)i kaul. pill me ke kula o Ivonohiki,
alalia. Heina Cfi Kom. 1.30 kaul. mo
ko Konohiki; Akau 40 Ivoni. 1.17
kaul. tne ko Konohiki a i ke kihi Hema
o ko Pakiai maliele, alalia, Akau 50
Hik. 1.U0 kaul. c pill ana mo ko Pakiai
inaiiele a liiki I ke kihi imia maloko oia
apana he 152-1000 o ka eka a oi iki aku,
enti iki msil paha, and being tlie same
premises that were conveyed to the said
ilannnh 1. Akana under the name of
Hannah P. Ulhima, by deed dated 1st of
January. 1887, and reeoided in the Office
of said Kegistrar in Liber fS, folio 432.
2nd All that cei tain piece or parcel
of land situate at Piiulena, Mtuioa,
Island of O.ihu, afoiesaid: containing
tin area of 20 acies, and being the saino
pieinises moic p.utieul.iily described hi
Jtoyal Patent 101, awaded to JCulant,
giandfather of the said W. C. Akana
and that weie conveyed to the said W.
C. Akana, by Kalmwai, by deed dated
7th of September, lS."i.1, and recorded in
the ollice of (aid Uegistrar in Liber 7,
folios 100 and 101.
For sin (her paitlcuhus enquire of J,
M. MOXSAHRAT, Attorney for A.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
K0 0t Auctioneer
Bell Tel. 172
Mu ual Tel.
Fire Proof Stonu Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
Goiserid Ac.oney for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Huston with UioAoicB
Through tickotsgi anted fiom Honolulu
Mcichaudho stored and sold on com.
mission. Consignments solicited,
1'ropci ties leased, rented and bold.
Logul doHiunciils drawn.
Hooks audited nnd adjusted. ,
Authorized collector, Mr. A. Moroll.
ALL accounts due Mrs.
of tisc months aud
A. M. Mollis
over, will lie
placed in a Collectors hands without
turtner notice 11 not jald by the 10h,
iunn a, M. MKhiAtt,
17 Emma s'n ct
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