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Jnmmry l.'l, 1888. '
This day had audience of
Majesty the King.
, Monsiuur Auntn.v Ci.i:mi:nt 1,v-
Consul mul Comiiiisioner of France,
to present nn niitngr.iph letter fioin
the President of tlio French llepublic.
To which nudienri he was intro
duced by His Excellency Hon. Jona
than Austin, .Minister of Foreign
His Majesty whs nttemleil by His
Excellency Hon. Jonathan Austin,
Minister of Foreign Allans, and
Colonel the Hon. Curtis 1'. lauken,
His Majesty's Chamberlain.
Monsieur Lament Coehelet then
presented the letter from the Presi
dent, of which the following is a
" President of the French Itcpublic.
" To His Majesty the Kino or
Hawaii Most Dear and Great
" Mons. Jules Orevy, President of
the French Itcpublic, having (-cut in
his resignation, the Senate and
Chamber of Deputies met, according
to the terms of the Constitution', in
National Assembly the Ilrd of this
month, and eonfencd upon me the
Chief Magistracy of the Slate. It
becomes my duty to bring this elec
tion to the knowledge of Your
Majesty, and to give Him assurance
that I will use every endeavor to
consolidate the good relations which
unite France to foreign nations. I
consider myself happy to us-msI thus
in the maintenance of peace. I
dare to count on the reciprocity of
these sentiments on the part of Your
Majesty and 1 pray You to accept,
most dear and good friend, the ex
pression of my high esteem.
Wiitten at Paris the 8th Dec, 18S7.
To which letter His Majesty was
pleased to make a brief and mo-it
gracious reply. !5W It
Mr. J. E. Eldarts has been appoint
ed by the Board of Education, School
Agent for thodistriet of Puna, on the
Island of Hawaii.
W. .TAS. SMITH, Sec.
Education Ofliec, Jan. 10, ISS8.
It has pleased Ilia Majesty the
King to appoint
to be a Commissioner of Crown Lands-
The Board now consists of His Ex.
W. L. Green, His Ex. Jonathan Aus
tin, and Hon. Curtis P. Iaukca.
January 9, 1888. .'in Lit
BISHOP & Co., BANEJSKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange ou the
JLJn.nlc oi Oaliioruia, H. IT.
And their agents in
-NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Bydncy,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
(1(1!) 1 v
Pledged to neither beet tor Paitj.
Bat establlthed tor tie benefit ot all,
SATURDAY, JAN. 11, 1888.
CUE OR NO CUE ?
WHAT SEI.V 1'ltOTECTION ItEQUIItES.
Kwtou Bulletin: Iain glad to
obtain, even through the press of
this city, cheering proofs that 1 nin
not alone in my views of the Asiatic
dangers which threaten tho white
and Hawaiian population of these
islands, through the selfish greed of
some very short-sighted men.
As I said in the llrst article of the
present series, published some
weeks ago, tho tendencies of the
.present legislature or more prop
erly, of the mysterious inlluenccs
who pull the governmental wires
in favoring Asiatio immigration, nro
exercising n deadly action on that
special portion of our population
called tho middle classes.
Now, it lias'been openly repeated
that the class interested in sugar
knows rind acknowledges this fact;
and names are even reported, of
nobles or representatives from tho
othor islands, who, when discussing
the Asiatio question, have used an
argumentation of this Jriud :
"We well know that our policy
of crowding Asiatic cheap labor
means uiin to tho wliilo laborers,
lltitlhis is a sugar couiitry,iuid sugar
can bo produced only by cheap
labor, audi ns obtained from Asia
tics. Therefore, Asiatics must lie
introduced in largo numbers, mid if
the result is that the middle classes
go to tho wall, so much the worse
for them. AVe cannot help it. H
they cannot live in competition with
Chinese and Japanese, the only
thing for them to do is to go away, and
the sooner the better."
That the general existence of
these or similar sentiments can be
true I am loath to believe. 1 do
not think that tho interests of both
tho planter's class and the middle
classes cannot be conciliated, so as
to obtain a satisfactory "modus Vi
vendi" for both. 1 do not even be
lieve that the most unintelligently,
ealously egotistical and blind of the
planters can deliberately wish to
force any of their fellow while men
of the middle classes, to the di
lemma of starvation, or emigration
from this country. And 1 cannot
admit that any rational planter can
be found wishing as asserted the
existence of only two classes on the
island, the rich and wealthy own
ers of the land, and the poorest
laborers, the coolie slaves.
1 do not credit such rumors for
more than one reason ; not only be
cause it would be such an unchris
tian sentiment, but also because it
would implicate from the planters a
policy of self-destruction.
What would, what will this coun
try do, when the time conies and
it is as surely bound to dawn as
doomsday is when America will
take off all duly on sugar, and con
sequently destroy the protection
which props up our present sugar
interests'!' The only anchor for tho
country to ride through the gale will
be the existence of a numerous and
solid middle-class, ready to go into
diversified industries. If this does
not exist, and if the planters are
ruined, the whole country, from the
plantation down, will become the
prey of the same Asiatics now intro
duced for a momentary purpose,
who will very soon learn how to turn
Therefore, if the policy of the
plantersjwas really to drive awayour
middle class, their own ruin would
only be a providential retribution,
just as much as it might produce if
not excuse the bursting, before
long, of socialistic radicalism lead
ing into the incendiary excuses of
some "coininuno, the commune oi
the laboring and middle classes
against those who so unmercifully
condemn than to starvation.
As for the idea that white planters
alone could long exist here, with
the presence of Asiatic labor only,
as unique population, that is a delu
sion, which, the sooner exploded
the better for all of us.
Consequently, 1 consider that, at
the present juncture, it is the duty
of every sound thinking man to
foresee and help to prevent the
ghastly future that the present Asia
lie tendencies lay in store for us, and
to light against the suicidal policy
of a handful of blind men. Every
one of us must help to press on the
Government the necessity of pro
posing and carrying vigorously out
a decided anti-Asiatic policy. More
properly still, it is necessary to re
call the public wants and wishes to
our legislators so many of which
seem to have forgotten that they
belong to tho people and were
elccte'd by them only to insure the
public good, not to foster private
The duly of every man at present
is to exert all his influence on the
representatives and nobles, now
they arc gone back to the people and
to private life, and convince them
that they must come back with a
different Asiatic policy in May, 1888.
it may prove mllicult to act on
some few members who are not as
independent as the people's dele
gates ought to be, or who being
prejudiced by direct interests, enter
tain only a narrow view of things
and only look out for the immediate
wants of some few friends.
At any rate let the people, who
constitute tho majority of the voters,
take the matter in hand and assert
I repeat that I do not believe it
can be the policy of any sound man
here, of the wealthy class, to repu
diate the existence of the middle
classes, anil to drive away our white
laborers, mechanics and store
But be it so or not, let us pre
pare in time for the worst, let us
Let tho people organize agaiiibt
Asiatics and their white friends, let
the peoplo form a protective asso
ciation, in tho samo way as has been
done in other countries.
Organization has been the secret
of success of the "Reform" league,
and showed what union can do even
Let all tftoso, whose interests are
jeopardized by Asiatio immigration,
weigh against tho selllsh lew who
wish it, and let them now organize
a special anti-Asiatic league, nut
under the shelter of mysterious
oath and of a fatalic and ill-bearing
number Iti, but an honest and open
union to defend ourselves against
the white Chinamen, who are trying
to capture tho "Reform-" for their
own benefit ami selfish views. And
if this Idea is given a trial, it will
be found to have tho support of
ninety-nine pcicent of the whole
population in this city, native and
'.jr-.'W. ..m.L. :.-mmJa .'..;.'!;.'
The nineteenth Century for No
vember publishes an article on the
Anglo-American copyright which
contains a lcUcfiroui Air. Gladstone
in which he says that the literary
question tends 'within n limited but
important sphere, to disagreeable
fiction, but that if it was once
adjusted it would give some motion
to an agency ol unmixed good,
and would lmc an immense
effect in promoting moral and
social union. Tho article also
contains a letter from a son of Lord
Tennyson, in which he says, that
the pout would support the proposal,
coming before tho international
copyright congress to allow English
authors ten per cent on the retail
price of their works sold in the
United States for a number of years,
lie continues, his father has not re
ceived a penny from America,
though thu sale of his poems has
been large. Formerly he had re
ceived small sums from that source,
and Ins friend r lelds, of the firm of
Tieknor A: Fields, of Boston, had
promised him a liberal annual in
come, but owing to his sudden with
drawal from the firm, the promise
ELLEN TERRY'S TACT.
Ellen Terry, once having leceived
special courtesy from a newspaper
man, offered to introduce him to
Jlr. Irving, but unfortunately when,
shortly afterward, the opportunity
of doing so presented itself, she had
utterly forgotten his name, but felt
that it would be an ill compliment
to tell him so. Ilcr ready wit did
not forsake her in this trying emer
gency, and she promptly said to
him: "Do you know that I've made
a wager with Mr. Irving, and you
can decide it. He says you spell
your name one way, I say another.
Write it for me." All unaware of the
trick which was being played upon
him, the gentleman wrote his name
and handed it to the actress. She
glanced at it hastily, laughed and
saidgayly: "I've won the but." It
was such a realistic bit of acting
that the newspapei man, although it
was his business to criticise plays
and players, never detected it.
mectliii; of the ftr.ek
J- hoIiloi . of
the Hawaiian J( imie
Co. Limited, will lie held on llio SMh
of .liuuutry, at the 'Dice of Hon. W. It.
Cns'le, Iloiii.Itilu, til 11 o'clock a. m.
Very linporlaiit hushuM.
W. F. ALLKX,
30 2v Secretary II. It. Co.
AT Ihu annual meeting of the Chi
neto Union Society held on tho Olli
rust., the following ofllccrs were duly
Tarn Wuh Hin..
Dissolution of Partnership.
nnilE interest of Mr. Ckreucc Mac
JL fiulane in the firm or WEST,
DOW it CO lias this day hiea pur
chased by Mr. Gideon Wist, who a.
siimcs all liabilities of s'litl ihm All
debts due said Hun sire duo and J) lyablo
to Mr. G. AVest.
WEST, DOW k CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1S89.
rit. G. WEST having become sole
JltJL ownor of the business untried on
under the firm nnmo of West, Dow &
Ce., wilt, in future, carry ou said biibi
neis under the llrm na'mu nnd slyle-of
G. AVKsT is CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15, 18S8. yy lm
E. Zoilaiidia, Iroin New Z-nland, '
TheFIHST AKUIYAL OF
From the Celebrate d
Taranaki Bultor Paoking Company,
In 1 lb. sealed tin-.
Es'Iliis aitlclu is guitrinti'oil Super.
lor to any Uuttur offend for mlein tliis
LKWIS J. LKVKY,
Solu Agent for Ihu Hawaiian Is'ands.
II!) 1 w
Just Deceived per Zealand iu,
IV 3EJ "W O 3K O 3?
Kidney Potatoes I
In Hinnll crates.
H. MAY & GO.
B MINES' Velocipede Fool - Power
Turning LATHE. 7J4'lieh dlninu.
ler, togtlher with chucks IooIh and tool
lairingu. Apply lo Aimstreng Smith,
Waitiliiti, Onlm. UU lw
JOB PRINTING 011111 kimts uxc
eutcd at the Daily 1Juli.i:tjn Oillco
it Z. Potatoes
."".JJUM'l '))! f.'. U
riMID Knploliuii Park Association will
.i. not bo responsible for any debit
contracted in Its nnmo without the wilt
ten order of Hi Treasurer.
A. S. OliKGlIOllN,
ill! Sw President.
"1UHING mv iibscnco fioin this lClnu-
JL doni my son D. II. Davis will net
lor mo under full power
Honolulu, Jan. Ill, HSS
'"I'MIK Co-pnilncrslilp existing belwrcn
JL S. F. (Jrnlimu ami 13 G. Sehuninn,
of Ilolioluhi, under the firm nnmo of
the "I'nniile Transfer Co." doing bind
neis in Honolulu, was diisMvcd by mu
tual consent on tho 8ih day of .liin,
lt-87. All iweetn and llihlMtit' olsiid
firm weio assumed lv K. G. Srlunniiii
.13 -It, B'Knc )E. G. SOHUM.y.
",TESSRS. II UAltBKU nmi JJ MO,
LY1 LEAN, hive -withdrawn from,
thopropilelary of the I'olyneslnu Res.
ON and after thia-dnte I will not he
lespousdilu for imv ilolils con
tr.ictcd in my na'iie by my wife, Mary
E. McGinn, without mv romem.
Hon-lulu, .Inn !), P-SS. :U lw
Tl. .John Mag'O.i Is uullirrled to
JLtJL collect lot otira-rouni, and s-ign
icculpis J. I.
.Ian. 10, 1SSS.
All p. r-ons arc hereby forbid,
den fnm excavating, diL'liif;
or depositing ndiliMi in Hie
sliects of this tllsliliM, 1 bout
the written ordir of iheJti.id
11. F. HEHUAltn,
33 lm Komi, O.iliu.
lei Boats for Sale.
We have on hand several of our
freight Heats and Si'owt.. A variety of
light, pleaMiiv, WhitihaM, Ciinkcr and
Sail lion's. Plans and uMliuutei ot all
kinds of boats and up lira given nt
sliott notice. Wo don't um' any doubtful
ma'crinl in their eon li union, believ
ing lhat thu lust labor and material
pays best, both buyers mid biilder.
Having alivady put'lished prices and
several esfunlial points not generally
known benelle'ml to boa's lound our
Ifclatulb, uliiuh ihieiidiiig piirehaseis
would do well to note. Our iniptovid
facilities foi 1 milling or repairing en
able us not only to furnish a superior
a tielu hut cheap, and Whuio douhl
e.its in this we dcMio a comparative
Inspection, befnio Mile, atthulCnturpn'-e
Mill or Printers Lane. Punchbowl
stieel, whetc sain pels can lie seen.
T. A. DOAVEK,
Ship Carpenter & IJuilder.
Jlutunl Telephone M5. S8 tf
For the Island of O.iliu.
Oflice, : : Gov't lluililli.g, Hon .lulu.
!!(! i r
rpHK UEST TO' HE HAD. for a
JL Dialled number of horses, within
15 minutes walk fiom Post Olllce
EiHl'uiro of J. M. DOWSET .
A FU11NISI1ED collage of 5 rooms,
also U largo ionnn suit.iblo for
liouee-kecping. Apply lo MltS. I11CI5-JlAUD.lg-lUeielatiiaslteel.
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
For patticulars apply nt
COTTAGE TO RENT.
DNEIt of Klniiu and Pensacola
cts. Emuiiro of W. O AT-
WATEK. Gov't Uuildiiig. i()lw
iw mm oats !
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
JiiHt received ox JIaiiposa, liy
j.-a mows- & ca..
17 28 Merchant .Street
JUST TO HAND,
'Fort Street Stores.
. i M'-Von -'-' .hmx
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FOltT STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estato, Fire & Life Insurance
Agents, Custom-Hotise, Loan and Exolvango Brokers. "
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts aecuinlrjy kept nntl riopcily adjusted.
Collections will receive spinal attention an I returns promptly m ule.
Conveyancing a Specialty, ltirords tenrchef ami ronccl Abstuicts of Tltlo
Lee;al Documents nnd Papers of every discriptiou carefully drawn a ml hand.
Copying and Translating In nil Innpimtret in jjcnrinl mo i tlili Kingdom.
Real Estato ue-uH" nnd sil 1. Tn.ves paid and Pioperly siTely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land lensed and leninl, and rents colluded
Firo and Life Insurance ellettcd In first cl us Insurance Companies.
Cnstom-House Business irnmncted with accuracy and dispatch. '
Loans negotiated at favorabto rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Articlo purchased or wild on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Ordors will rceclvo particular attention.
CsT All Business onlrustctl to our oaro will rocotvo prompt and faithful attention at
ilii'lng hnd nn extensive husiniss e.peilent!f for oor twenty. live yeais hi
INew York City nnd elsewhere, wo feel competent lo attend to all business of tin
Intiloite nnd complicated nature, or reiiulringtaci and dlBcretloa, and respectfully
solicit a it hi.
itill Telephone No. 274. rXn-wniiM.ii LJuhIhuh.-i Agencj'.
5 mlnutos walk trom tho P. 0.
136,138, 140 and 142 Nuaann Street.
Delightfully Situated, and' Plenty ot Frosli
Air all tho Year Round.
JCST: Twet'ty Hr-t class rooms in main
building, with flr-t-chw dining rutin.
I. lilies' Pnrlnr A Gentlonien's Parlor.
Hot and cold water baths free to all
The Inhl-c will lie supplied with the
bi'sl nuat. in Hie in it kei, togeihc.r with
fci'onablo luxiuies when obtainable
First-class Cooks and help employed.
IJreakfnst, 7 to ) a. m.
Lunch, V2 noon. i
Dinner, Htro to 7 p. m.
HUt.S. M. 1UTMMK, '
Uoinnium-.ing January 0
For Liilieb and thuir Ksuorls
Every Friday Evening will bo kept
petfeet'ly seluut for ludius'ii gintleniuu.
Jaiid in jVttencIniicc.
THOMAS li!. AVAJL.1,
1G01 Proprietor. lyr
Have Id moved their
Office and their well Assorted Stock'
of Goods t) their New Store
On King Street
Opposite Messrs Catle & Cooke's
nnd Dctlicl Ktrccl,
Netuly opposite-tho I'ost Olllce.
Ed. Hoffschlaegcr.& Co.
Tahiti Lemonade Dopot, - ,
, 2S Merchant Street,
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade1 TJopot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Dopot,
8 Mcirlmnl Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Ordi promptly nttonded to.
75 etnts per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Mcrchniit Btnct,
l'l 1111 Soda, equal to Bchwuppcs . tW
ONK PINK HAY M.YJW-;, 'I years old,
found and Kind in i-veiy purlieu,
lar, ami llioiouj,'lily broken to harness
mid Middle; a lovely imimtil, Porn
Dublin call on O. A10H01'P..ul J. K.
lltowii & Co'ft olllce. tircliuul ttrett.
fpHE Remington Typewriter is the
JL tandtiid willing machine of the
world. It ptlnts 70 ci'tir.tetois, or With
certain ecinbhintiou iibmu 80 t linriiutcre,
wi'h the opeiation of only tl!) buy.-. The
inai'liliiu is so simple that any one etui
wi'ttii i li it, Mtid ilsniaiiipill'ition i so
eisi'y Utidirslood, thai but little pmc
lieu i-t 'dialled to enable the operatot to
m:iitire facility in its use. Th" average
spui-il ot thu pun is fr 'in 15 to i.'0
words or minute, "ind iliuiivurnj'Dspecil
ef the type wtiurl- fioin -10 to to vird
per lni.iiile. Time spoilt in writlnir
with tlio pun ib at least two lliitila
Ordcts for the aLovo 'liftrument may
1 c left with the undersigned at the of
lice of V. G. Irwin tc Uo , and will re
ceive prompt attention The umlirdlun
ed is also prepared t) give purcliascts
lull iiisliuetions as to the use of the
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. GIFPAKD,
Per S. S Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. XOIm, proprietor
FOK SAN FKANOISCO,
"' Tlio Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Jan. 17,
For Freight or I'ltspge, apply to
TO, Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For San Francisco
Tho well known nnd favorite Sunm&h'p
. Gity of New York
"Will fai) for Bail Frunclsio
On or. about January ZOtlj,
Taking freight and paiBengers.
For purtieular apply to
II. .HACK l''KLI) & Co.,
llliot Agents Facillo Mail JS. S. Co.
.).. irgVf ' m.u .
Frozen w Oysters
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of
The Mile of building loin nt Piinnhon,
postponed fiuni Dto.itlst,
will take plneo
On Weilnfliff, Jan. 8tli,
At 12 noon,
At my saleroom," Queen Mrcct.
fi" I'lana of the lots can lie seen nnd
fnriliir liiforiiwitlon given on nppllca.
JAS. F. 3IOHGAN, .
Ill Ot Auctioneer.
IiMiccoriiunro with u pnver of Bale
cotitidneil i. a eertniu mo tiifiigu nimlo
by W C. Akimii of Monnlulu lo Chns.
M. O oku In trim foi Jullitiu . tlnr
ton, wife of J. li, Ai hut ton, dated thu
lllhdaj of May, lt35, luiorilul in the
olileu of thu Ht'Kib'iiir of t'( nveuiuce!,
in llbar li I, on foiiiw 2-1'U I ih h. 11 at
On Wednesday, January 18th,
At 12 o'clwek n on,
At my Rales room, (Jticnii sin et, the iv,.
mi'-cs disd'ihed in mid nimtiruge, as
All th.ilceitiin piece or pired of In ml
situate pi Iwilol, in siid Ho olum, ..m.
t.iinlni: an nren'nf 2U hquiiui lutn in ,
and being tne miiiiu ptemispii ofe i in
tiiuilailv de.crll.ul In ltovitl I a i-t.t No.
4128, L. 0 AwnrlxSo. IS'i.i Ujni. i,:il
Ilmt were conveyed ti tin; -nid
O Akinii by I'tiu (k) h dent da ed J;7
i f Pebriuiry, IS-2, and recoidtd in Lihav
''J, on folio.-. 2(10.7.
There i a hiuiilsimo dwelling house
upon the piemhcs with otit-hcuses now
occupied by W. C. Ak.iiiu.
Furili-r panictiliiiR enn bit lrtd of J.
Jt. JIONSAKUA.T, Alloniey for Clias.
M. ( owlrt, Trii'lC"' for Juliette M. Atht-r-ton,
JAMES F. MOHGAN,
30 01 Auctioneer.
NOTICE OF SALE
IN aecotdauet! wifli a power of sale
contained in a certain mortgago
made by W. O. Alcana and Hauiitili J'.
Aktuiii his wife of Honolulu, to A.
Campbell, dated 1 Ith day of 31 ay, 18S(i,
recorded in the olllce of thu egitrjir
of Convevanees, in Liber 100, on Kolios
189, l'JO and 191, I will sell at Public
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1888,
At 12 o'clock noon, at my Sales room,
Qiiuun st., Honolulu, the premises des
eiibed in said mortgage, as follows:
1st All that eertniu piece or parcel of
land sittuite at K.iluauioo' in Wuialne
iki, In said Island of Oalitt, and bounded
and deseiibud as follows i-Paliale.
K hootuaka 111:1 ke kihi Akau o keia 111:1
bi.de, oia hoi ku kllii llikina o ko 1'akial
nuihule c hole ana: Ileum 40 Hik.
l.l'J.j kind, pili tne ke kttla o ICouohiki,
alaila. Hetna ii(!c Koni. I.IJ0 kaul. mo
ko Konohiki; Akau -i0 Koni. 1.17;.
ktiitl. me ko Kouohjkl a 1 ke kibl Hcma
o ko Pakiai niubulu, alaila, Akau 50
Hik. 1.30 kaul. c pill ana me ko l'akiai
lnnbcle a hiki i ke kihi 11111:1 maloko oia
upaiia he 152-1000 o ka eka a oi iki aku,
emi ikl 111:11 ):ibn, and being the' same
premises that were conveyed to the said
Hannah P. Akana under the name of
Hannah V. Uilatna, by deed dated 1st of
.1 miliary. 1BH7, and recorded in the Ollleo
of said ItcgMrnr in I.ihcr 48, folio 482.
2nd All that certain piece or parcel
of land siluatu at Puulena, ilanoa,
Island of Oahit, aforesaid : containing
an area of 20 acres, and being the same
pietnises more particularly described In
Jtoyal Patent 101, awaded to Kiilani,
giandfathcr of the said W. C. Akana
and that were conveyed to the said AV.
C. Akana, by Kabawai, by deed dated
7th of September, ISO.", and recorded in
the olllce of taid Itcgistrar in Liber 7,
folios 190 and 11)1.
Vox- sitrtlier particulars ennu'Iro of J.
M. JIONSAKftAT, Attorney for A.
' JAS. F. MORGAN,
30 Ot Auctioneer
Bell Tel. 172
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Fire Proof'Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street.'
General Commission Merchants
Gor.cr.il Agency for Ilaw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Across America, '
Connecting at Boston with thq Azores
TlirouRh tickets gmmed from Honolulu
McrchaiuliEo stored and hold ou coin,
mission, Consignments solicited.
1'ropeitles leased, rented nnd sold.
I.ognl doniinienu drawn,
JiookH audited nnd adjusted.
Aulhorlzed collector, Mr, A. Moroll
A'LTj aerounts due Mr?. A. M, Mellls
. of tix monlliB mid over, will bo
nliieed in a Collectors bunds without
further notice if not raid by thu .15lh,
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