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ptgJllOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawartau Islands
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IianlK ot California, . JB
And their aeuts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
jiMossrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Thc Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
iw.Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The 'iimkof Now Zealand: Auckland,
O nistchurch. and AVolllrustou,
U-Tha Hank of BrltiMi Columbia, Vic
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T.-Muact a Gcncrtl IHnklnu iJudlnot.!1.
THE PEOPLES' PA PER-Tiro
JL Dully Bulletin r cis per month
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, III AY 18, 1888.
One might easily come to the con
clusion that there is some great ad
vantage to be derived from the use
of profanity, judging from the
amount used, and the social status
of some who arc addicted to the
Blasphemy can be heard in every
direction here in our little city,
among all clasbes of labor, the me
chanic in his shop, the accountant
at hib desk, the laborer on the street,
the drayman and longshoreman about
the wharves, and those who com
mand and nmu our coasting vessels.
It permeates tlnough evciy grade
of .society and every walk of life.
There is nothing overdrawn in this,
it is patent to the most casual ob
server. Ask 3'ourselves if it is not
so, and then go carnebtly to work to
suppi ess this growing evil.
Dr. -Tahrrage, in the Brooklyn
Tabernacle, in the couise of a lecture
on piofanity, said, "a gentleman
coming from the far west sat in the
car day alter day behind tw o per
sons who were indulging in profan
ity, and ho made up his mind that
he would make a record of their
'profanities, and at the end of two
days, several sheets of paper were
covered with these imprecations,
and at the close of the journey he
handed the manuscript to one of the
persons in front of him. 'Is it
possible,' said the man that we have
uttered so many profanities in the
last few days V 'It is,' replied the
gentleman. 'Then,' said the man
Mho had taken the manuscript, 'I
will never swear again.'
Quoting still farther from the
same address, he sa3's, "The habit
grows in the community in the fact
that young people think it manly to
swear. Little children hardly able
to walk straight on the streets, yet
have enough distinctness of utter
ance to let you know that they arc
damning their own souls, or damn
ing the souls of others. It is an
awful thing the first time the little
feet are lifted to have them bet
down on the burning pavement of
The English language, in its com
prehensiveness, has words that ex
press all shades of feeling, and all
degiees of energy, without resorting
to profanity ; and with such a lan
guage, replete with words express
ive of exhilaration, indignation,
denunciation, scorn, sarcasm, cari
cature and wrath, there is no excuse
for it. Whatever be the caube of
it, profanity is on the increase, and
if you do not know it, it is because
your ears have been hardened by
the almost constant contact with
people who are adicted to the habit,
and consequently fail to notice it.
It is reported that a Japanese has
discovcicd a process of laquering
ships' bottoms which protect them
from marine growths, and that an
experiment of a year and a half in
duration has been a complete suc
cess. If so, that Jap has a fortune
in prospect. The most troublesome
thing about steel and iron ships is
their allinity for grasses and bar
nacles, etc. Many iron ships of
war have been sheathed outside
with' wood to pcimit of coppering
them and thus avoid fouling and
loss of speed.
Negotiations regarding the Behr
ing Sea seal fishery are now going
on in London. The decision of the
Senate Committee to report unfavor
ably on tho Chamberlain Treaty
may actuate Mr. Bayard's repi csen
tative there to look out more shaip
)y for American interests than was
done in that case. The Alaska
Commercial Company may have
more jnilucnco at the State Depart
ment than tho New England fishermen.
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ANOTHER VIEW OF THE LIQUOR
Editor Buu.r.Tix : Everything
has more than one side, and conse
quently also the liquor question.
As your paper is the only one that
lately has puuitsnea anyuung
against total prohibition, I will take
the liberty to ask for a small space
in your columns.
. Tlieie is a loud cry on these isl
ands nowadays for prohibition, col
umn alter column in the papers arc
bumful of the most powerful ux
pichsions in faor of it, statistics
show clearly that liquor is killing
more men daily than was killed dur
ing the whole rebellion war. Sto
ries are circulated how blessed those
States are where prohibition is law,
it is plainly shown that all the sick
ness man is heir to, comes fiom
liquor ; that the taste for it is iuhc
jiled through seven generations;
that a weak baby must invariably
be the offspring ol a drinking father
or mother or great-great-grandfather
or grcat-great-grandmothcr, fuid so
Now, one thing is sure, and that
is, that liquor is a curse where it i3
misused. We all admit that. Wo
also admit that the sale of it must
be permitted only under certain rcs
tiictions, confined only to certain
places and to certain hours. The
control of when, where, how and to
whom it is sold must bo made easy.
But from that, to total prohibition
is a long step. Take it for granted
that tobacco is a poison, why not
prohibit that as well? According to
statistics that kills thousands and
thousands every year, causes blind
ness, palpitation of the heart, shak
ing limbs, tottering gait, pallid
cheeks and what not. Now, every
well-informed man knows that all
these statistics, all the figures given,
aie false fiom beginning to end.
How can you, defenders of these
calculations, know how long a man
will live with or without liquor?
How dare you say that because a
man takes liquor and dies at the age
of 45 years, he has shoitencd his
life at least 15 or 20 years? It is
simply ridiculous to defend such
Another question : What business
of yours is it what I eat or drink?
What right have you to prescribe
my foodv How do vou know that
the temperate use of liquor will hurt
me? Can 3'ou judge belter in these
matters than 1 can myself? Why
aie you piohibitfonistsso intolerant?
Why is it that you really dare mis
use the temporal pow er given to you
last election ; you, who actually are
in the minonty? lias it come to
this: that a bigoted, fanatical mi
nority is going to rule the country?
And do they Hunk that they alone
know what is good for us? Do we,
who paitakc oi liquors with modera
tion, ask Mr. J or Mr. C or Mr. B
what thej' use on their tables? You
like your choice fruits and ilclifi
cies imported direct from all quart
ers of the globe, at astounding high
prices. You partake of cakes and
ices and fruits till you ruin your
health, of which your pale cheeks
and sunken eyes are evidence
enough who interferes with that?
What is that to ine that you give
out thousands for delicacies where I
give out cents for a glass of beer or
a glass of wine? I have had expe
rience in a prohibition State in Ame
rica, viz: Massachusetts. I lived
in a small town above Fall River.
There were at that time about as
many churches as houses, and about
as many whisky shops as both to
gether. That means that not only every
house was a saloon, but they had
drinking places out in the woods,
known only to the initiated, and yet
the ministers thanked their God
every day in the churches that the
evil of drinking was successfully
kept from their homes. In men
tioning ministers I must say that in
my opinion they would do far more
jjUUV.1 . fiVMIIJj iVUllW IU Ultll UUUV
and preaching the gospel, than by
thundering against liquor from their
pulpits and sitting day after day in
their office (study), writing up non
sense and statistics over the liquor
problem, and trying to force their
views on the Legislature and Gov
ernment, as it was done here last
year. Preach at all times, move
more amongst the people, visit the
homes more, try moral influence,
and you will obtain larger results
than you do now. Then what in the
world has religion to do with the
temperate use of liquor. Give me
a bingle passage in the Now Testa
ment where it is foi bidden to touch
A thing that piobably lias more
to do with the health of the present
and coming generation is the misuse
of the corset. Why not prohibit
that also? Ask any doctor, and ho
will confirm my otatement. Look
tit the ladies who force their bodies
into the shape of a wasp, and say it
Shorten tho houis of selling liquor,
get all the obscene pictures out of
the saloons, give strict laws and
regulations, and cease to bo fana
tics, and the lesults will bo benefl
oial to country and people.
The ship Frederick Billings, at
present in San Francisco, is tho
largest American sailing vessel
afloat. Sho is a 3-decker, and is
278 feet irr length, 44 foot beam
and 29 feet in depth. She was
built in Uockport, Maine, in 1885,
by Carlton, Norwood & Co. Sho
has just arrived here from Liver
pool with 3,000 tons of coal.
The water works paity have re
moved their camp location fiom
Waikolu to Papupnlc, Kalawao;
making the transit on tho Gth inst.
Her Majesty, as guest oi W. R.
Meyer, l'.sq., was to arrive at Kalac
on the 10th inst.
Test of the pipe line laid by
Superintendent Wilson, to convey
water horn Waikolu to the Leper
Sellluiiiciii was made on the morn
ing of the Gth inst. The result has
brought jo to the oldest inhabit
Woikisiapidly progressing on the
new houses built here by order of
the Board of Health. Though not
gaudy, lliey aie neat and comfort
able, and number now about 35
with about fiftv inoic to hoar from
Father Damien is the good shep
herd of the homeless boys and
girls of the Settlement, but late
additions to their number have
greatly cramped his ability to ac
commodate them with lodgings.
He hopes to be enabled to erect
commodious quarters for this pur
pose in the near future.
As before staled, a newspaper
project is underway heie and pro
vided permission is given by the
Board of Health, the .Settlement
representative of the art preserva
tive will appear at an caily date.
A practical printer will lie editor,
Dr. Peterson with his wife, chil
dren and sister-in-law, leave by the
schooner Ilceia to-day for Honolulu.
His valuable services will undoubt
edly bo much appreciated in settling
complicated medical questions in
It is pretty near a fact that the
piojcct of supplying Kalaupapa
with water from Waikolu will be
successfully accomplished by the
end of May. About (i,000 feet of
pipe yet remain to be connected and
when that ii done the poor long
suffeiing sick will eiijc-3' tho great
boon or pure water.
The Kilauca llou was to arrive
here on any day this w cek at Kalau
papa en ionic to Honolulu. To-day
is Friday (night) and she is not yet
signaled, nor is there much hope
that she will be until sometime next
week. For a first class disappointcr
the Kilauea llou takes the cake.
Weather here, on windward side
of the island, has been excellent for
a couple of weeks past, and is likely
to so continue.
The "terror" of Waikolu Valley,
a huge boar, weighing between !S50
and 400 pounds, with tusks about
A inches in length, was shot and
killed on the 4th inst. by Superin
tendent Wilson. At the same time
a brother (probably), but younger,
was ghen its death wound by Frank
Godfrey. The tusks of both boars
have been forwarded to Honolulu
On Friday last, Mrs. Kahanu, a
resident of the Settlement, gave a
limit, iritu accompaniments, in honor
of her Settlement birthday, i. e.,
the anniversary of her arrival in
Kalaupapa. An enjoyable time is
repoited by those who weie present
which goes a great way to prove the
ability of the Hawaiian to "throw dull
immunity of Chinese
typhoid fever, in localities where
tiie ciicumstanccs seem favorable to
its spread, is attributed by Dr.
Underwood, of Kin Kiang, to the
fact that cold unboiled water rs
rarely used when tea can be had.
Professor' Leeds, of the Steven
Institute, commenting on an. epi
demic of typhoid fever on Mt.
Holly, N. J., gives fresh confirma
tion to the belief that drinking
water polluted with animal putri
scence is the most common cause of
such outbreaks of disease. He
claims that minute quantities of
alum, a half grain to the gallon,
will btcrinzc ine water by tiro pre
cipitation of the bacteria.
The garbage on tho west side of
Chicago is now cremated in a fur
nace built upon tho site of a stone
quarry. Fifty tons a day arc
dumped into the furnace with four
or more tons of soft coal and burned
up. Dead cats, decayed vegetables,
old clothes, are all reduced to in
offensive residue, though such
things as chicken feathers give off a
troublesome odor in this rrew pro
cess. The success of the a nti-vaccinationists
is aptly shown by the re
sults in Zurich, Switzerland, where
for a number of years, until 1883, a
compulsory vaccination law obtain
ed, and smallpox was wholly pre
vented (not a single' caso occuircd
in 1882). The result was seized
upon in tho following year by the
anti-accinationists, and used against
the necessity for any such law, and
it teems they had sufficient influence
to cause its lepcal. The death re
turns for that year (1883) showed
that for every 1,000 deaths two were
caufacd by smallpox; in 1884, there
wcro3;in 1885, 17; and in the
first quarter of 188G, 85.
Cotton mills will be erected at
Iliulingtoii, Charlotte, Davidson
College, .Salisbury and Shelby, N.
C. A tobacco factory will be estab
lished at Henderson, N.C
A Florida orange-grower inseitcd
a bud from n bearing sweet orange
tree into u lemon root, atrd a few
days since the fruit was sampled
and pronounced delicious,
THE ONLY READABLE
jl i-tii rri tno liinguom
CO cents jier month,
A RAT INVASION.
A recent number of tho Peking
Gazette contains a memorial to the
Emperor of China from the Gover
nor of Uliasautai stating, that owing
lo the appcranco of swarms of rats,
it has been found necessary to altor
tho routes of tho Government cour
ier service in threo of the postal
stations in the Khnlkha region in
Outer Mongolia. For two years
pa9t, it is learned, the pasturage in
thu districts in question has suffered
severely from the ravages of theso
vermin, and last year much of the
glass was eaten up. The whole
country have been honeycombed
with tlieir burrows, and tho horses
and camels are reported in a famish
ing state. Tho burrows are a source
of great danger to tho mounted
couriers, and tiro want of forage
renders it impossible to maintain a
supply of animals for the service.
Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Fish, 2npCi Vegetables,
Eto TfzfoS Etr
kailI) .yjyj?; V.rTt-r'.jff LallIJ
Always ou ha ml at the
(Succcssois to Win. McCaudlcss),
No. 0 Qucc.tr street, Fish Matkct, Bono,
lulu, H. I.
USTFitmily swd Shipping Oidcre care
fully attended to Live Slock furnished
to vessels at slioit nolirc. my 17-83
AMIDDLK aged lady as awstant in
n small family comfortable home.
Washing put out. Apply lo
J. E. BKOWN & CO ,
15 3t 23 Merchant Street.
A REGULAR quarterly meetiuc; of
the Union l'eed Co., (Limited),
will be held at the Company's office, on
FRIDAY, the 18th instant, at 115 o'clock
noon. S. F. GRAHAM,
4-1 2t Secretary U. 1 Co.
a. COTTAGE No. 209
J .-J U I .. . . 1. ..
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M. PHILLIPS & CO.
-, A DUMP Cart and liar.
kS3J xl lie??, in tronil order.
'i3 . .' ' ra
3iisi rr ,. . ni.i ,... a ..,.. .n
& 1U UU &UJU U11L-UJ7. Jlt)tJ' IU
Hon. V. O. Smith or Lunalilo Home.
STABLES TO LET.
Ol TABLES for
four horses, carriage
two looms, adjoining
k3 hoif-c, with
land 100x110. Entrance from Kinau
street, 10 minutes' drive fiom Post-odlce
Suitable for hack-driver. Kent 11: per
month. Apply to
41 lw .1. E. BROWN & CO.
ninrntnrr Atnv 1U1, nn
hahlii J?oau, nc.ir Karneha
meha School, a Dei oit ltcceipt of Bis
hop & C., for $1300, mid mi order on
Schaefcr & Co,, drawn in favor of An.
toue Roderick, for -100. Payment lias
been stopped. A rewaid of $50 wrll be
given on return of same to
43 3t Kalihi.
FOR KENT or LEASE.
ANEW Two Story House,
furnished or unfur-
BfWHili ..:,. .l ...!.!. :.. ..,, !..
rooms, laige veranda and oilier con
veniences. Location, opposite the Ger
man Club House, Pirnriiboul. Apply at
40 lw Foit street.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
npHE undersigned give notice that
-JL they have been appointed Assignees
ot Brown &, Co., merchant of Hono
lulu. All poi.ous having any claims against
tho said llrm whether Muuicd by mort
gage or other he, aro notified to pre
sent tho faame to thu Assignees, within
tlncu months from April 23nl instant.
All persons indebted to Messrs. Blown
& Co mo requested to make immediate
payment to Brown & Co. or the
A. J. OARTWRIGIIT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, 18B8. 231m
J HEREBY give notice that by power
ot attorney dated at Hongkong,
China, the 23th day of March, 1B88, the
firm of Kwong Shui Wing Co. has np.
pointed mc the undersigned to conduct
all its bublnessielations in tho Hawaiian
Islands mid in particular witli tho fit m
of Wing On Wo & Co., of Honolulu,
merchant", with full powers to collect
nnd rcceivo all Minis of money duo to
thobaidllim of Kwong Shirr Win;.' Co.
and lo proceed qumterly na the power
of altoiuey mitlioiic-s me.
Att'y in fact for Kwong Shiu Wing Co.
Honolulu, Muy 1 i, 1888. 4'J 2v
rpilE undersigned having been duly
X appointed Exccrffors under the
will of Geo. Engelliardt, late of Ilond.
lulu, dcccirreil. Notice is heroby given
to all creditor! of tho deceased to pre
sent tlieir claims, whether secured by
moitgugo or otheiwbe, duly authenti
cated tiud with tho piojicr vouchers, If
any exist, to C. lioltu within bIx months
from this date, or they will bo forever
baricd. And all peicons indebted to
paid deceased aie rctjiicblid lo mako
immediate payor cut to O. Unite.
L. A. THURBTON,
Executors under the Will of Georgo
Honolulu, May 2, 1888. 38 2w
BY a thoroughly competent Hook,
keeper and Accountant. Best of
reUcrcnces givcu. Apply at
40 lw UULIOK'S AGEtfOY.
Auction Sales by Lowis J, Levey.
I am instructed by Messrs. L. A.Thurs
ton mid C. Uolte, Kxecuiois of Uio Es.
talc of Georgo Lngellinrdt. deceased, to
sell nt Public Auction, nt the store, Foit
street, next door to Messrs. G. W. Mac.
failino & Co,
TO-MORROW, May 19, 1888,
AT 10 O'CI.UUIt A. 31.,
Tho wlioioof thu Stock of
Crockc'y, Glassw'e, Plated-ware,
Store Fixtures, ic-Consisting of
! LAIS !
China Crockery & Glassware,
Plated Ware, Cutlery, Lamp Chimneys,
Globes & Shades, Platform Scales,
Store Fixtures, Glass Showcase
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
On SATURDAY, June 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
I will sell at Public Auction, nt the
residence or Jl. J. Cieigbtou, Lq.,
Richard itrcet, opposite the Royal Ha
The Whole of bis Household Furniture,
One Elegant Upright Piano I
By Strathnm & Coy. This firm received
the 1st pi bo gold medal, at -Mechanic's
P.iir, S. V., for the superiority ot their
One splendid B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Silk & PIuh.
One Large Black Waliyit Etageic,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame. Subject:
Drawing Room of Queen Victoria at
St. James' Palace.
Ono Lrrge Ebonizcd Fiarne Miiror,
Large and Small Rugs,
Bionzc Ornament", Cornices, Chun
delieis and Lamp",
1 B.W. Bedroom Set, Tenessee H. T.,
1 U. W. 24 liLdstead, 1 B W. Bed-
room Set, Woven Wire & Hair Mat-
trasses, Mosquito Nets-, Beading
nhlti tnn Ponton Tohlo I
IU1J UU11LU1 1UU1U ;
Splendid B. W. Sideboard, B. "W.
Pillai Ex. Dining Table cz Clmiis,
Crockery &, Glassware, Ssw ing Ma-
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Meat Safe, Ice Chest, Veranda
Chairs, etc., etc. Also,
1 Family Horse & Phaeton
ESTThc house will be open for in
spection on PHI DAY, previous to day
of sale. The Auctioneer desires to call
attention to the ladies and gentleman of
Honolulu to this sale of high class Fur
niture. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Just received from Auckland, Ex.
600 Bags of CHOICE OATS !
Of the CROP of 1888, and which
UNION FEED CO.
Imported Direct from Havana.
Continental and Colonial
30 Euo do Dunkorque, - - - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of French, Belgian,
SwM, German, and English Goods, at
tho best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices,
Commission, Two-and-a Half per cent.
All Trado and Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, tlnough a Loudon or
Paiis Banker, payable on delivery of
Bblppiug documents; or, direct to tho
Tho Agency Represents, Buys, and
Belli,, for Homo and Colonial Firms,
Piece Goods, C.rshmcrcs, Cambrics,
Silks. Velvet!,, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Milliuery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdasllory,
Gold and Silver Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
Boots and Shoes, Glass, and
Ohlna.waro, Clocks, Watches,
Jewellry, Fancy Goods.
Elcctro-plato, Musical IustrumcnU,
Fans, Ecclcsinetioal nnd
Optical Goods, Miirors, Toyi.
Perfumery, Winc3, &c,
Oilman's Stores, Books, Artistic
Chromos. Machinery. &c, &o.
130 ly B
New Zealand Oats
G. 0. BERGER.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
odfish & Halibut
TO-MORROW, May 19, 1888,
AT ltt O'CLOCK. A'OOX,
At my Salesroom, ljuecn street, I will
sell at Public Auction, for account
of whom it may concern,
40 bx. Halibut, 00 lb. each,
200 pkgs. Codfish, 00 lb. each.
Just received irr good order.
JAS. P. MOliGAN,
1(1 it Auctioneer.
By older of Mr. J. A. Kennedy I will
ull at Public Auction, at his residence,
corner of Kimiu and Pcnsncola iticet
unjoining tho icsidcnco of T. May, Esq.
On WEDNESDAY, May 23rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
B. W. Upholstered Parlor Set,
Lai ge Center Rugs,
3-Ligbt Pendant Chandelier,
One Emerson Square Piano,
(A splendid instiument,)
1 Caned Kbony Music Stand,
Largo Marble-lop Center Tabic,
Lace Curtains and Poles,
1 Carved Cherry Easel,
Pictures, Japanese Screen,
Black W. Hall Stand,
1 Massive B.W. Beilr'm Set
Mattrasses and Mosquito !N"ets ,
Stand Lamps, Decorated Vases,
1 Childs' Iron Bedstead
Black Walnut Bookcase and Secretary,
A Library of Books, comp'g:
McCauley's Hrstory of England,
Dante's Inferno & Purgatorio, &c, &c.
1 B. W. Marblc-top Sideboard,
Silver Tea Service, Corner Whatnot,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 B. W. Marble top Bedroom Set,
Refrigerator, Kitchen Utensils,
One BujjEfy Plraotou I
lIn good order),
1 Horse, broken to saddle & harness,
(A good safe tiaveler),
Set of bingle Harness, 1 Side Saddle,
Garden Tools, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
41 td Auctioneer.
Sale of Leases
By order of the Trustees of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will sell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salpsioom, Queen street, the
LEASES of thu following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Komi, Hawaii, as iollow3:
For a Ten of 15 Years.
1 The Ahupuaa of Waiaha, des
cribed in It. P. No. 1030.
2 Land at Kabului, Kona, described
in It. P. No. am A.
3 Ahupuua of Kahulul. Kona, apana
3, n. P. 10CJ. ' l
A Ahupuaa of Kalama. Kona, apana
2, 11. P. lGO'J, L O. A. 8510 B.
G Ahupuaa of Pahochoo. Kona, E. P.
8510 B. ' '
G Ahupuaa of Kaloko, apana 11, L.
C. A. 7715, containing 4800 ncn-s.
7 Aliupuaa of Lanlhauiki, N. Kona,
apana 2, of B. P. iJUS, containing 'M0
8 Aliupuaa of Ilonuaiila, apaua 4
and 5, of B. P. 3U8, containing 20 48 100
0 Ahiipitnn of Mocanoa, apana 27, of
L. O. A. 0t)71.
10 Also, the I.easo for l yeais of the
Kula portions of Mokauea,.at Kulllii,
Oahu, innkui of tho rlec plantation, nail
extending to withlu 100 feet of Mi
ponds of His .Majesty.
11 Also, the Lease for 10 years of
the unleabtd portion of Iwilol, Jnclud.
ing Sea Piblicry, containing about 01
acres, rnoro or less.
And at tho samo time will ho sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina,
Described in It P. 3455, L. C. A. 0705 B.
containing 3 Hoods and 14 Rods.
Terms Payablo semi-annually In
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
E2TFor further particulars apply to
the Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
35 eod Auctioaccr.
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Assignee's Sale of
By order of A. .1. Oftrtwrlght nnd W. F.
Allen, AtslguooV of tho Esliilo of
Frank Brown, I will 8C11
at Public Auction,
On FRIDAY, May 25th, 1888,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M
At tho residence of F. Brown, Knplo.
Ian I Park,
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
B.W. Etagere, B.W. Writ'g Desk,
a Upholstcied Sofa-,
B. W. Book Case !
Ccntor and Sofa Kugs,
Two B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
lt-oa nurcan. is. w. Bureau,
1 B. V. I. T.
Crockery & Glassware.
Kitchen Stove & Utensils,
Garden Tools, Garden Hose, &c. &c.
1 Mare, 1 2-year old Filly,
1 H-year old Colt, 1 Horse,
1 Top Bugiry, 1 2-whccl Brake,
1 Dray, 2 Scti Harncts,
1 Sets Droy Harness,
Saddles, Bridles, &c.
Sgi-A Eree Bus will leave E. O. Hall
& bou's comer at 9:30 o'clock to lake. In.
tending purchasers to and fiom the Sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
FIFTH AHRUAL MEETING.
Hewa'n Jockey Club,
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE
nUXNING RACE-4 Mile Dash.
Pree for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
For Hawaiian bred lrorhes only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 In 3.
4th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Free for all. If but one starts to
6th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 in B. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7th R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
Fico for all. Winner to beat the re
coid of '-Angle A," 1:454. To be
run for annually.
8th HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
RUNNING RAOE-4 Milo Hents,
best 2 In 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years.
Olh-JOCKEY CLUD POST MATCH.
SwEcrsTAKits TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mile Heats, best
2 in 3. Free for all horses that
, have not a iceord of 3 minutes or
better to be driven In Fiazler road
carts by members of tho Club.
RUNNING RACE 3 Milo Dash.
Open to all ponies 14-bands
under, and 3-year old or over.
CSS Rules lOlMldin? mittlos nnd
htm ting in o suspended In 1 aces against
Iron Water Tanks
Just received from Auckland,
FOR SALE CHEAP
UNION FEED CO.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my uamo without my written order.
W. O. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 18S8. 23 tf
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