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Foreign Ollicc Kotice.
OlhVuil notice liming been receiv
Mil. C. Ai.uk
lias resumed the exercise of .his func
tions ns Commercial Agent for the
Chinese Empire ut Honolulu, nil
persons are hereby iciiuired to give
full fuith und credit to nil otllcinl nets
of the said C. Alkb as Connnercinl
Agent ns afoiesaid.
Minister of Foreign Ail'nirs.
Aliiolnni llnle, Jim. 17, 1888.
Office of tub Boai: or IIiiai.tii,)
Honolulu, Jim. 1G, 1S8S. J
Sealed tenders will be lcceived ul
the Office ot the Bo.utl of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, January 2.1,
18SS, for the delivery nt the Leper
Settlement, on the Island of Molo
kai, of one hundred and iifty cords
of Fire Wood, within three months
from the date of signing ngieement
for the same.
N. 13. EMERSON,
President of the Board of Health.
Office Aumioii-Gkxkhai., )
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888.J
All accounts audited in this
Office must be presented in dup
licate, the duplicate copy to be
retained by the Auditor.
GEO. J. ROSS,
41 lw Auditor-General.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Buuk ol Oaliioriiiu., . F.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydnuy,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of Britisli Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat established lor the benefit ot all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 17, 1888.
ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION.
In the weekly "Gazette" Mr. S.
N. Castle has an article headed, "A
few thoughts on the Veto and Con
stitution," which terminates thus :
"Some believe that twelve senators
or nobles, and twelve elected com
moners, for legislators, would be as
efficient, do the work as well, and
be more economical than the pres
ent assembly, and that it will be well
to so amend the present constitution
as to have it represent the princi
ples of the admirable platform of
the people which it docs not unques
tionably do." The suggestion that
a House of 21 members would be as
efficient, etc., as one of 48 mem
bers, merits consideration. With a
Legislature reduced one half in
numbers, there would certainly bo a
better chance of securing capable
men as Nobles and Representatives.
That is, 24 men qualified for the
duties of law makers would not be
so difficult to select from our small
population as is double that number.
As to the duties of the Legislature,
the smaller number would undoubt
edly bo quite equal to the task of
performing them. "We think it will
bo pretty generally admitted thnt
Mr. Castle is sound in the conclu
sion that "it will be well to so amend
the present Constitution as to have
jt represent the principles of the
admirable platform of the people
which it does not unquestionably
do." Whilst accepting the Consti
tution as it is, wo, in common with
many others, have not and do not
regard it as cleaily and fully repre
senting the platform of the people.
It was and is, in some of its feat
ures, a disappointment to many. Its
ambiquity, as Mr. Uastlo intimates,
is one of its objectionable traits,
But having accepted the instrument,
wo are willing to stand by it until it
is changed or amended in the regu
lar way. There appears to bo a
strong impression, with which we
ogreo, that it needs somo amend
ments. But no such changes should
bo made without careful considera
tion and thorough veutillation.
LONG LIVE THE CHINAMAN.
Editor Bulletin: I cannot help
but being surprised nt the terrible,
dangerous and unpatriotic expres
sions of Mr. A. Marques in your
issuo of January Mill last. 1 am
sorry to say further, that his opin
ions and his expressions arc also ex
tremely unehristian-liku; lltcy arc
unbecoming a man who is living
among us, because we, above all
men, who inhabit this globe, ine and
always will be the children of God
and the devil. I'ermit me to point
out this vital error which our friend
has committed. Is it right, I will
ask him, to grow by the diminution,
to rise by the depression, to shine
by the eclipse, in fact, to build a
foitunc upon the ruins of our neigh
bors' reputation, when this neighbor
is the means of giving us our all in
all, our happiness, and thus our
almighty, all-powerful and beloved
dollar? Docs this gentleman forget
that' our country is run on the prin
ciple of squeezing all the money we
can out of it, and gathering it alter
each successful squeeze into the
pockets of our rich brethren, who I
am forced to say, join several times
a week in prayer and supplication
to further the gaining of this inde
pendent (?) wealth? Has it per
haps escaped the intellect of Mr. A.
M. who, apparently not with his
brains but with his lingers is "feel
ing for Hawaii" that the superiors
of the men who are to-day their
masters are and always will be
Is it not reasonable to conclude
what just a few years hence John
still sit on the throne of Hawaii,
pigtail and all, to rule those who to
day in their intelligent and far
sighted wisdom think to further
their own interests by promoting
that of Hie vomit of the llowery
Thus the man, who "a mark is"
for the Sandwich Isles forgets that
we, the men, the original self
thought aristocrats among the
heathens and who arc to-day all
powerful in our self-acquired right
of our wealth and sin, are inferior to
him whom we accuse of lying, cheat
ng, gambling and opium dealing, be
cause his greed for money is less
than ours which he, the Chinaman,
Does not Mr. Marques willfully
disremember the fact of the follow
ing algebraic proposition?"
Our god is money,
Money is the Chinaman,
Therefore our god is the Chinaman.
Let us therefore nurse this idol of
ours, let us favor him, and do all in
our power to increase his number,
even though we might hurt our own
llcsn and color.
Let us nightly join and bold up
our hands in orison at the Central
Union while saying a prayer for
John. Let all the world, and es
pecially the monarch of the llowery
kingdom, be told that we as a "de
formed" nation arc generous enough
to substitute the cry that "Chinese
must go," by "Long Live the
John F. Smith.
HAWAIIAN SUPREME COURT REPORTS.
The fifth volume of the Reports of
Decisions rendered by the Supreme
Court of the Hawaiian Islands, com
piled by William Foster, (Honolulu :
Hawaiian Gazelle Co.), has curious
matter in it. It includes cases from
July, 1883, to October, 188G, anil
preserves in an Appendix the latest
Constitution of these Islands, pro
mulgated in July of the present
year. This document is modelled
on those of our States, but has pro
visions adapting it to a monarchy.
It would please some of our people,
for it "has God" in it, to use the
current phrase. It begins thus:
"God hath endowed all men," etc.,
etc. Under Alt. 70, the judges
may be required by the Executive
and the Legislature to give opinions
on "important questions of law."
Several of these opinions are given,
"of which one, on the "Segregation
of Lepers," answers the inquiring
Legiblatme (1) that it is not a crime
to be alllicted with leprosy; but (2)
the confinement of lepers "is not con
trary to the Constitution ; and (3)
the existing statute (18G5) to that
effect is constitutional. In one case
the court takes judicial notice "that
many Chinese . . , sue engaged
throughout the islands in commer
cial business in a small way." The
interminable telephone litigation in
going on there, so that now they
may be said to have all the blessings
of the most favored nations. The
general law seems to be largely the
same as ours, and our State reports
are freely cited. Now and then one's
mind gel, into a pucker, much as if
lie wero reading the Scotch reports,
with their outlandish words; e. r.,
"The Hi of l'iopio, being an ili ku
pono, is not subseivient to the Ahu
puna of Waiakea, by which it is
surrounded ; and the lessee f thereof
. . . has no right as a hoauina
of the aliiipuaa," etc. This particu
lar proposition is not supported by
cases from Barber's Reports and
Howard's Practice and the like, but
only, perhaps, because it seemed an
obvious one, no authorities at all
being cited. There are instances of
search warrants for opium, issued
against Chinese. And by the way,
under tlio Constitution, it is only
"male residents ... of Ha
waiian, American, orEuiopcau birth
or descent," that can vote for
Representatives or "Nobles;" the
Asiatic is left out, In the caso of
Awa vs. Homer, it is for the first
time held that a gift of land to two
or more persons creates tenancy in
common and not joint tenancy.
The common Jaw is not In force in
this kingdom, proprio virorc. . . .
There are no feudal tenures." And
finally, nt p. 073, is a caso of con
siderable interest "In the matter
of John W. McCarthy," in which
it is held that the Government may
rightfully surrender a fugitive from
justice from California, on the lcqni
sition of the Governor of that State.
The obvious objection had been
made that the requisition should
have come from the Government at
Washington. To this the Court
says: "However this may be, and
without binding the Court to decide
as we now do in any case which
may hereafter come before it, we
hold, in the case now before us,
that the Minister Resident of the
United States having requested the
intervention of His Majesty's Gov
ernment, the ground taken for the
petitioner is not biistainablc." The
Arguelles case is cited in another
part of the opinion, and it is inti
mated that the Government may
surrender fugitives, in the absence
of a treaty, at its discretion. The
Nation, Dec. lflth.
EDUCATION "THE POORER CLASSES
The Germans are rapidly develop
ing a system of evening continua
tion classes which carry on educa
tion for two or three years longer.
In Saxony, the boys who leave the
primary school, if they do not go to
the higher schools, must attend for
three years longer say, until they
arp seventeen continuation classes
for at least five hours per week. But
teaching is provided for them, and
they are encouraged to attend twelve
hours per week. Soxomplete is this
system that even the waiters at the
hotels up to the age of seventeen
attend afternoon classes, and aic
taught one or two foieigu languages.
I take Saxony as one of the most
advanced States, but the law is
much the same in Wtirtcmberg and
Baden, and the system is found to
work so well that it is in contem
plation to extend it to all States in
the German Empiic, and Austria
will probably follow suit. This is
confidently expected to happen in
the course of 1888. I may state as
an undoubted fact that in ' Germany
or Switzeiland, and I believe in
some other continental countries,
the opinion is ripening into a con
viction that the education, even of
the poorest class, should be con
tinued in some form or other to the
age of sixteen or seventeen. They
ilud by experience that wherever
this is adopted it gives an enormous
advantage to the people in the com
petition of life, and, above all,
trains them to habits of industry
and mental application. I believe
it is owing to this system of thoiough
education that Germany has almost
extinguished the pauper and semi
pauper class which is the bane and
disgrace of our country. "London
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollnrs per
bhare will Ijo paid to the share
holders of the lnter.Island Steam Nnvi.
gation Company, at their olllce, on
WEDNESDAY, the 18th instant.
J. ENA, Secretary.
Honolulu, Jan. 17, 18S8. 41 2t
npiIE Co partnership heretofore oxist
X ing under the firm namoof Bhodes
& Greene, Carpenters and Builder, is
this d.iy dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. Gieene retiring irom the firm.
All claims against I lie late firm are
assumed by Wm. T. Bhoads, and all
monies due the linn will bo piid to
It. JAY GHEKNE.
Hofcrring to the above Mr. Wm. T.
liho.uls will continue the business at
Ills old siand, 88 Queen street, anil de
hru to Miy to tin liicnds und patrons
of thu I.iu- Mini, ilia' H J'ty Greeius re
main- in my employ as foicmnn, and
will attend to miy business entrusted to
him as before.
WM. T. RHOADS.
Honolulu. II. I., Duo 31, 1887. 40 at
Notice of Annual Meeting.
THE Kloakholilois of C. Brewer A
Compmy, (L'd), will tiku notice
that the annual meeting of thu Com.
I any will lie held at the olllce on Queen
btreot, on WEDNESDAY, February 1st,
IU.U, ... iU J UIUU1V, it. J1.
.1. O. CARTER, Secretary,
0. Bnwer it Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, IS88 40 2w
I7HIOM thoftoioof I liu Ii it alii'i'lioe
: riittiir Co., Draft-. No. -1 II A- 4 15
lor liC0n0iach.il i awn lyJ.,M I,y gnu,
Manujjei nl tlitt I. in pihoi i i Sugar
.Co., In faor of Uain'l l'nylor, on Thio,
II. Duvien & Co. Persons mo hereby
warned against negotiating thu tamo.
40 lit rlUEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
HPIIE Co-pailncrship existing between
JL S. F, Giaham and E G. Hehuman,
of Iloholulu, miller thu firm mime of
the "Pacilio Transfer Co." doing busl
nets in Honolulu, was dissolved by mu
tual consent on the 8th day of 'Juno,
1887. All assets ami liabilities of bald
firm wero nebiimed hv E. G. Schuinuu.
Nl,-,,1 IK. E. GRAHAM,
bi"ej' ,L G. SOIIUMA2
ONE FINE DAY MARE, 0 yoars old,
sound and kind in evciy purlieu.
Jar, and thoioughly broken to harness
and Middle ; n lovely animal. For a
lnrgajn call on A. MOROFF, at J. E.
Brown & Co's ofllco. Merchant street.
NEW FLOUNCE EMBROID
eries, new summer Lawns now
Combination Hulls, just opened at Sachs'
store, 1QJ, Fort Street.
For the Island of Oahu.
Gov't Building, Honolulu.
MR. John SIngnon is authorized to
collect for our account, and sign
recolpls J. K. BROWN fc CO.
.Ian. 10, 1888. U.T3
jlTESSKS. 11 DAUBER and J MC
uX LEAN, h'lve withdrawn fiom
the proprlclmy of tlio Polynesian lies
rIMIE Kaplohml Park Association Will
-i. not he lesponsihlo lor any debts
contracted in its iiiuno without the will
ten order of its TuiiMin r.
A. S. CLEGIIORN.
32 2w Piisidcnt.
DUHING my abenrc ftom this King,
(loin my son 1). II. Davis will act
for me under full pi.wer of Attorney.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1E88 II!) lw
rpiIE annual meeting rf the stock
X hollies of the Hawaiian Rimio
Co. l.iniliol, will I o held on the 2-sih
of .lanuaty, nt the nfflc of Hon. W. 15.
Chs 1 , Hum lulu, at II o'clock a. in.
Very tni orlnul bnslress.
W. F. ALbEtf,
30 2v Secretary II. R. Co.
AT Hip annual meeting of the United
Chinese .Soehty laid on the 0th
Ins'., the following olllceis were duly
O. Alee President
Goo Kim Vice President
I .inn Fni 'IVuiisuicr
Ton it Phong S-eerclary
Ng Chan Ass't Treasurer
Tarn Wall Hiu Abs't tjccrcttuy
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep, 8 feet wide; a 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 IS feet Suif Doat; 2 Dickul Plunger,
10 feet long, C feet II inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and Mills all
complete; 1 2 J fOet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 51 tf
Dissolution of Partnership.
r"piIE interest of 3Ir. Clarence Mac
JL farlane in the firm of WEST,
DOW & CO Inn this day been pur
chased by Mr Gideon Wi st, who a-i.
sumes all liabilities of siid linn All
debts due said linn me due and payable
to Mr. G. West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 189i.
MR. G. WEST having become &olu
oniK-r of the business eanied on
under the firm mime of West, Dow &.
Co., wilt, in future, carry on said uum
iio is under the linn name and style of
G. WEST ii CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15.18S8. !l lin
All persons are hereby forbid,
den from excavating, digging
or depositing itibbish in the
streets of this district, without
the written order of the Road
11. F. 1IEBIURI),
3!5 lm IConii, Oahu.
Just Received per Zealand ia,
IV 33 W CROP
In small crates.
H. MAY & CO.
Ex ZeilaniKii, Irom New Zealand,
ThoFIHST ARRIVAL OF
it Spg Butter,
' From the Ctlebratod
Taranaki Butter Paoking Company,
Iu 1 lb. scaled tins.
1ST This article is guaranteed Super,
lor te any Butter offered for a!ein this
IiKWIS J. liEVEY,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
"SIff ZEALAND OATS !
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just iccoivcd ox Maiiiiosa, by
J. E. BROWN & Go.
28 Merchant Street.
N. Z. Potatoes
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGEHCY.
Ho. 05 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo St Life Insurance
Agonts, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exohango Brokors.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted.
Collections will iree've sptclal attention and returns promptly mndo.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Rtcoids searched and coucct Abitiacts of Title
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully dtawn and hand.
Copying and Translating hi all languages m general me in this Kingdom.
Real Estate hmichl and sol 1. Tn.cs paid and Pioporly safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected
Firo and Life Insurance effected in first class Insuianco Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purehnsed or told on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Ordors will receive particular attention.
E5T All Business ontruslod to our oaro will roccivo prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive buslniss cxpei linen for oer tucnly.fivo je.us in
Now Yotk City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
Intrlcile and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretio i, and rcipeetfully
solicit all ill.
Bill Telephone No. 27-1. Xlti-wnlitin LJitwiiiesH Agouoy.
jan 788 ly
5 minutes walk from tlio P. 0.
136,138, 140 and 142 Nuuanu Street.
Dollghllully Situated, and Plenty ol Fresh
Air all tlio Year Round.
EST Twcrty Hrjt-(inss rooms in main
building, with !irht-chw dining rnum.
Lidio-' Parlor & Gentlemen's Pallor.
Hot and cold water baths free to all
The table will ho supplied with the
best imats in the inirhol, together with
seasonable luxuries whin obtainable.
First-clas Cooks and help employed.
Breakfast, 7 to 9 a. m.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Dinner, fi:f0 to 7 p. m.
MBS. M. ttllTCMEK,
SO lw Manageress,
JUST TO HAND,
Fort Street Stores.
Have Itunoved their
Ofllco and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods to their New Store
On King Street
Oppo3ilo Messrs Castle & Coolie's
and Bethel street,
Ncaily opposite the Post Office.
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot
28 Merchant Street
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Ordcw promptly attended to.
7fi cents pir dncn, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
29 Merchant Blrcet.
Plain Soda, equal to Bchwcppes. 33
TO RENT. "
AFUBNISHKD cottago of C rooms,
iiImi 3 largu rooms mltablo for
honee-keiplng. Apply to MBS. IllClt
BAHI). U'4 Berctaiilit Hrcet 28 2w
TVfESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
JLTX Are authoiised to collect for the
Honolulu June 8th, 1887. G7
bM UiEj&E M.-(fd
rpHE Remington Typewriter is the
JL tUandaril willing machine of the
world. It piinls 70 c ariiclcrs, or with
certain combination tibnut 80 characters,
wiih thcopeiution of only 39 key. The
niivhlnc is so simple that any one can
wntH wl'liit, and itsinanipulitlon Is -o
eipily utidirstood, that but little prnc
tier ii h quired to enable tlio opeialor to
acquire facility in it o. Tlii avciagc
t-pi'id of Hie pen is frim 15 to 20
words per minute, and ihouveragospeeil
of the type w i it r i- fiom 10 lo 0 w nub
per minute. Time srciil in writlni
with the pen is at least, two thiids
Orders for thu al ovo n-trument may
be left with the undersigned at the of
lice of V. G. Irwin & Co , and will re
ceive prompt attention The utidirsign
cd is iiIro prapared to give purchasers
full instructions as to the uso of the
For fur her pailiculars apply to
W. M. GIFPARD,
So'cAgentfortho Hawaiian Islmdb.
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For San Francisco
The well known and favorite Stcamch p
City if New York
"Will sail for San Francisco
On or about January 20th,
Taking freight and passengers.
For particulars apply to
II. HACKFELD & Co ,
31 lot ' Agents Pacific Mall S. S. Co
Sluiting! Skating! Skiiling!
Commencing January Oih,
Bray Friday Mmi !
For Ladies and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will ho kopt
perfectly select lor ladles & gentlemen.
JBuiid In .A.tteiultiu.co.
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
rpiIB BEST TO BE HAD. for a
X limited number of horses, within
10 minutes walk from 1'ost Olllcf.
Enquire of J. M. HOWbET .
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
Long lease. For paitlculars apply at
this olllce. aa im
JOB PRINTING of all kiudTei
cutcd at UiotDAii.Y Bulletin Ofllco
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of
The sale of building lois at Piiiialiou,
postponed from Dee lsl.
will take place
On WGfluestlay, Jan. 1811,
At 12 noon,
Al my ale3 loom, Queen street.
B2 1'laiiB of thu lots can he seen and
fill tin r information ilcn on appllca
JAS. P. MOItGAN,
30 Ot Auctioneer.
In accordance with n (oAor of sale
contained i t'a certain uurtagage made
by W C. Akana of Honolulu to Chns.
M. Ciokelu tuul for .Tullitti! Ather
ton, wile of J. B. Aiheilon, dated the
Mill dn of May, 11-83, uvorilfd in tlio
olllce of the Hegisuar of Convutiineo.,
In libjr 111, on foliiM 243.1 I ,li s. II at
On Wednesday, January 18tli,
At 12 o'elock n on,
At my sales room, Queen street, the pre.
ml-cs di'Mi-lbed in mid moitage, as
All tlulecrtiin piece or pireil of hind
situate in Iwilel, Hi sId Ho nlulii, emi.
tabling an men of 244 bquuru lutli. in ,
and being thu tame piuinisci " (ire i -u
lii ularly dcscrikd in ltoyiil I a i-m No.
41'28, L. C Awiird No IS in Up.ii, uid
tliat wcie conveyed ti tin- aid u
C Akuna by I'liu (k) bv deul da -d U7
of February, 1832, and record, d in Liber
73, on folios 200-7.
'1 here is a hands une dwelling homo
upon the picmhes with out houses now
occupied by W. C. Aknna.
Further pniticulaiR can bit had of J.
M. MONSA1UUT. Attorney for Chas.
M. tooke, Trustci" for Juliette M. Athcr
JAMES F. MOKGAN,
30 Gl Auctioneer.
NOTICE OF SALE
IN accordan ee with a power of sale
contained in a ceitain mortgage
made by AV. C. Akana and Hannah l
Akana his wife of Honolulu, to A.
Campbell, dated 14th day of May, 18SII,
reeoulcd iu the olllce of the Begistr.ir
of Conveyances, In Liber 100, on Folios
18!), 100 and 101, I will sell at Public
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1888,
At 12 o'elock noon, at my Sales loom,
Queen St., Honolulu, the pieiniscs des
cilbed iu said mortgage, as follows:
1st All that eei tain piece or parcel of
laud situate at Kaluauioo' in Waialau
ikl, in said Island of O.ihti, and bounded
and ilc-eilbed a-, follows: Pahale.
E hoomaUa ma ke kihl Akauo keia ma
hele, ulu hoi ke kihi Hikina o ko l'akial
niahele e belc ana: Hema 40 Ilik.
1.172 haul, pill me ke kula o IConohlki.
iii.in.i. xiuuiu oo ivoiii. i.ju Kaui. me
ko Konohlki; Akau 40 ICojn. l.ny,
kaul. ine ko Koiiohiki a I ke kihi llema
o ko Pakiai mahcle, alaila, Akau CO
Hlk. l.aO kaul. c pill ana me ko Paklal
mahcle a hiki 1 ke kihi mini nialoko oia
apana he 152-1000 o ka eka a oi Iki aku,
enii Iki mill paha, and being- the same
premises that were conveyed to the said
Hannah 1. Akana under the name of
Hannah P. Uilama, by Heed dated 1st of
January. 1887, and reeoulcd in the Oltlee
of said Iteglstrar in Liber 48, folio 482.
2nd All that ceitain piece or parcel
of laud situate at Puulena, Manoa,
Island of Oahu, aforesaid: containing
an area of 20 acres, and being the samo
pieiniscs mote paiticularly described in
Jtoyal Patent 101, awaded to Kulaui,
grandfather of the said' W. C. Akana.
and that wero conveyed to the said V.
C. Akana, by Kahawal, by deed dated
7th of September, 185.), and recorded in
the olllce of Mild Ucgislrar in Liber 7,
folios 11)0 and 101.
For surther paiticulars enquire of J.
M. MON8ABBAT, Attorney for A.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
30 Gt Auctioneer
Bell Tel. 172 Mutual Tel. 8C0.
P. O. B..v 400.
Fire Proof Stone Building,
48 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston with the Azores
Through tiekotsgi anted fiom Honolulu
Merchandise storod and sold on com.
mission. Consignments tolicJtcd.
Propei ties leased, rented and sold.
Legal documents drawn.
Books audited and adjusted.
Authorised collector, Mr, A. Moron.
ALL accounts due Mr?. A. m. Mollis
of Mx months anil over, will bo
placed In a Collector bunds without
further notice If not paid by tlio 15th,
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