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BISHOP & Co., 13AJKEIIS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Ifdandu.
Draw Exchanges on tho
taul al CttlAl'oimln, S3. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., ot Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Bydnoy,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand- Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portlard, Or.
Transact, a Gcncrfd Banking itusiness.
T It 32
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1888.
A FACT STRONGER THAN
Portuguese have been leaving
these islands and going to Califor
nia in considerable numbers for
many months past. Their object,
of course, is to better their condi
tion. If they did not think they
could do better by going there, they
would not go. They came here in
the'first place for the same purpose.
People of other nationalities come
and go actuated by like consider
ations. Objects sought, however, are not
alwaj-s found, or hopes realized,
and it may be that many of the
Portuguese who go to California
fail in the fulfilment of their ex
pectations. Some probably suc
ceed, while others discover they
would have been better off by re
maining here. In proof of this lat
ter assertion a little circumstance
may be quoted which has recently
come to our knowledge.
A batch of Portuguese laborers,
whose term of contract had expired,
left a sugar plantation on Kauai
some months ago, and emigrated to
America. More recently a second
batch was about to follow from the
same plantation, and had made ar
rangements to that end. But when
about to leave, received letters fiom
some of the first lot, asking their
friends of the second lot to forwatd
them the means to enable them to
return. This, of course, demon
strated to those who wore about to
go, in a way that no amount of
argument would have done, that
they had better remain where they
were. From other sources it has
also been learned that the hope of
higher wages has been disappointed
in many other instances, or that the
higher wages have been for irregu
lar employment work one day and
idle two so that the gain is more
than offset by the loss.
SUGGESTED ROAD IMPROVEMENT
The roads in general on the island
of Kauai, "the garden island," are
said to be better than on any other
island of the group. Whether the
assertion is correct or not, we arc
unable of our own personal know
ledge to testity ; but behove it is.
Why the roads should be better
there than elsewhere is primarily
due probably to the fact that such
is tho 'Configuration of the country
and the nature of the soil that road
making is easier and leos expensive
on that island than on the other
islands. Perhaps, too, superior skill
mid common sense, as well as indus
try, have been exercised by the
road supervisors of that island.
Tho writer can speak from per
sonal knowledge of tho road from
Nawiliwili to Kealia, a distance of
ten or twelve miles. This is an ex
cellent dry weather road as loads
go in this country with compara
tively easy grades. In wet weather
some portions of it are bticky, from
the nature of the soil, for it is in no
' part metaled, and other portions are
submerged after heavy lains. But,
as we have said, it is on the whole a
good fine weather road ; and yet not
so'good but it might bo improved in
a placo or two at small cost. It is
with the view of suggesting theso
improvements that this brief arliclo
First, there is the descent into
the gulch from tho Lihue side, in
crossing over to ITnnaniaulu. It is
an easy matter to drivo overboard
here of a dark night, or at day time
for that matter, and go down a high
precipice in a. way not conducive to
, heal tli. A good, strong tail would
obviate the danger. Tlic next im-
provement suggested is where Uio
tho scow crosses the "Wuiltiu iher.
The approach from the Lihuo side
is very abrupt. Tho removal of a
little earth from the road-bed would
'remedy tho evil. These suggested
improvements could bo effected at a
HO FOH IN P. C. ADVERTISER.
Editoh Buuxtin: "Justice in
your columns of the 17th current,
and Sam Shuu following have given
me but one move."
Friend, how many do you want?
How much moving on our part do
you require to move yourself on
ward and outward? "SVc havo no
objections; tho sooner tho better.
We will act fair by you and will
caution you. No more funny pass
THE FLOATING EDITORS.
RAMBLES AND LOAriKG ON KAUAI,
ETO ETC., ETC.
The two editors Bulletin and
"Gazette who lloated out of the
hatbor of Honolulu on the Mikahala
last Tuesday evening, Hooted back
again in the same vessel at an caily
hour on Sunday morning. Like
spurious coin, they got tossed back
again by the receiver to the giver.
The assumption is that they were
"booted" back. They may bo un
willing to confess it, but the public
is at liberty to form its own opinion.
The destination of those two
journalistic tramps when they left
here, so far as tho sea journey went,
was Lihue, on the island of Kauai.
How the j behaved themselves in
general on the way there, is not yet
known and probably never will be.
This one thing, however, is pretty
certain, they did not quairel. A
peculiarity of tho genus editor is,
that his differences with his brethren
in the same calling arc always left
in his oflico ; that is, the editor who
is brought up to the business and
understands it. With the inexper
ienced amateur it is sometimes dif
ferent. Two lawyers may fight like
cat and dog in Court, but on coming
out walk into J. E. Brown & Co.'s
together, and pledge eternal fiiend
ship in a glass of plain soda, or into
Cunha's and seal their brotherly love
with a cocktail. That's just how it
is with editors who have served a
full apprenticeship. So it is safe to
assume that these two cadaverous,
jaded steeds did not kick eacli
other, otherwise than for the fun of
One little incident in connection
with the trip down in the Mikahala,
it may be remarked, ba3 come to
light. As soon as the little steamer
got beyond the bar not Cunha's
bar, but the bar at the entrance of
the harbor the two bt others squat
ted themselves down on a coil of
rope at the stem of the vessel, and
became ominously reticent. Silence
was at length biokcn by the Buux
tin' saying, "What is the matter?"
how do you feel?" "O I'm all
light," says the "Gazette;" "I was
only thinking. How are you fcel
insr?" "Pcifcctly lovely," says the
Buu.ni ik, I was thinking, too; J
never get sea-sick; don'tyou trouble
about me." They again iclapsed
After a while the "Gazette"
moved away to one side of the ves
sel, a little forward, and immedi
ately from that particular spot came
a strange belching sound, and the
Canadian was observed to be hang
ing his head over the rail and look
ing intently into the water, presum
ably at a shark or some hoiriblc
and horrifying sea monster.
By this time the Bullctin appear
ed to become quite oblivious of
everything above and on a level
with himself, and became absorbed
in contemplation of the ship's rud
der. He had seen ruddcis belorc,
and never discovered anything won
derful in them. But there was
something fascinating in the Jlika
hala's i udder, which kept the wan
derer's eyes fixed and his mouth
wide open, at intervals, and drew
from him frequent unearthly ejacu
It was an interesting sight, those
two editors gazing at objects
beneath in that weird, earnest, ab
stracted way. One would have
thought that their poor wearied
biains were incapable of such con
centrated and piolongcd effort, con
sidering how exhausted they were
when they left Honolulu. Each one
kept to himself tho result of his
deep meditation. It may some day
be icvealcd in the ctlitoi ml columns.
Who knows? Of course they weren't
sea-sick! Oh, no! they didn't get
sick! Such distinguished person
ages are above that kind of degrad
At tlnee o'clock on the following
morning the Mikahala dropped an
chor off Nawiliwili, and tho passen
gers for that port went nshoro in the
steamer's boats. It was quite a
long pull of a good many minutes
to tho head of the little bay where
tho wharf is,
Lights were ablaze, in a building
near the beach used as a general
store, and many- people were con
gregated on the whaif to meol their
ftiends, to learn tho news, or to
gratify their curiosity in some other
way. Two stage coaches were also
in waiting one to take passengers
to Koloa and the other to Kealia.
Whcio Koloa is, or how great the
distance there, goodness knows ; the
editors know nothing about it. They
were bound for Kcalla, ton or
twelve mites distant, and they were
told that it was a pretty rough road
Trior to starting on the land
journey our two friends strolled into
the storo beforo mentioned, with n
view of getting a little refreshment
after tho trying strain of study on
the Btcnmcr, and found a good sup
ply of Holllster & Co.'s soda water,
which was extremely grateful and
refieshnir. It was discovered that
the proprietor's name was C. "W.
Spitz, u very pleasant and accom
modating gentleman ; but the "Ga
zette" having recovered from the
tiain of thought which had so cn
giosscd his mind on the Mikahala
could not refrain from making an
execrable pun on the name, and
said, "Wo care not if C. YV. Spits,
provided he spits not on us."
THE PASSION FOR GAMBLING IN NEW
I think there must bo ns many
manufactured cigarettes used in
New Orleans alone as in New Yolk
and Boston combined. But the
mania for cigarette-smoking is noth
ing compaied with that which seems
to possess youth and ago of all
classes and both sexes for gambling,
in one form or another. It seems to
nic that this accounts for the stag
nation of business here. First and
fotetnost, theie is the authorized
"Stale Lottery," willi its daily and
monthly draw'ngs. I suppose most
people know that thctc is a drawing
once a monlh, but they are probably
not aware that there is a daily draw
ing, and that the pootcst people arc
the largest patrons. There arc three
numbers on each ticket, all three of
which must be drawn to entitle the
holder to a prize, and, to win any
considerable amount, the numbois
must cotuc out in regular order, or
consecutively. The chances that
this will occur are so infmitcsimally
small, that virtually it amounts to
robbery. Tho whole ticket is 1,
halves, 50 cents or four bits, and
quarters, 25 cents or two bits.
Well, after the State lottery, which
declares stupendous dividends upon
its capital stock, and pays two well
known ex-Confederate General $10,
000 a year each to superintend the
monthly drawings, to lend the pres
tige of their names to the enter
prise, come the faro banks, kono
and pool-rooms, loulcttc and rouge-et-noir
lay-outs, and, in fact, every
form of gambling known. There
appears to be little attempt made to
enforce what few laws they have re
lating to gaming, though most of
these places have the sanction of the
authorities. The result is that the
people who manage these schemes,
from the lottery down, live like
princes, while the great army of
poor, foolish working people who
patronize them, arc in proverty and
want, and the streets arc full of
beggars. The only gleam of a re
deeming feature to all this is, that
the lottery is obliged by its cliai tor to
pay a cettain amount per annum
toward the support of the Charity
Hospital and Orphans' Home N.
O. Corr, Boston Travellea.
WATCH Jf MAKERS,
81 Kins Street.
(Store formcily occupied by late Win.
BST All Ropairs Warranted, -a
inv-22 83 ly
REWARD of Two Iliimlicd and
Fifty Dollar (S250) will be paid
for information that will lend to the
arrest and conviction of tho person or
perrons, who ttolo the following des.
ciibed Jewelry fiom the resiiicnco of
M'. W. S. Luce, on Wednesday, Miy 10,
1 D'amond Ring, 5 Diamonds on the
1 Diamond Rinpr, large Solitaire Dla.
1 Diimnud iirorch, Gold Oyster Shell,
i) Inigu Diamonds,
1 Ring, huge Oriental Solitaire Pearl,
1 Pr. t-olitnire Dlimond Eurings,
1 IV. Solitaiio IVnrl E.irringp, large
jno. ii. sorau,
Marshal's C flbe, My V2, 1688. 40 lw
Per bail: " Ceylon,"
-3,000 PKGS OF-
FOR SALE CHEAP
JOHN F. COLBURN'S,
40 King Street lw
J. I. TJowsctt, Jr.,
W. H. Lowell -
Tho above Dairy has "como to clay,"
and is prepared to biipply
To tho Honolulu Public at
Would lcspcctfnlly solicit patronngp,
and refers by pi million to the follow,
ing persons, viz: (I. J. Nolto, Dr, Mc
Wayne, (eo. F. Smith of Benson,
bmiih & Co., the Mjnugcr of tho Ha
waiian Hotel and others, as to tho qua.
lity and purity of tho milk. 40 lw
For Japan & China
Tho Nippon Yi'son Kalsha's Flno
"Will bo due at this port on or about
Juno 3rd, 1888,
And will ict in about tho 10th of
simu month to Jnpin Thta linn vessel
has fltst e'asi nicormnodiili n for
Saloon, Second (las or Slecrngu Pus
sengeis. l'nscngers for China will be
transferred nt Yokohamn.
B-For further particulars apply to
"WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
4Hf ' Agents.
SUGAR PLANT I
FOR fiS SALE
Tho Entire Plant of the
Is ottered For Sile. The Machinery
is in perfect working order
and consist of
Ono 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Elc, complete,
1 Pair ot Boilers Gx20.
1 Doublo Effect G and 7 fed Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G loot with Dlako Pump,
3 Weston Conlrilunals and Engine,
Together with the usual ni.nrtmcnt of
Clariflsrs, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually fouud
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
California & Island Mite,
Cane Cuts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will be given after nex1 crop
lias been harvested, say about July 1,
gy'For further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
Choicest Mutton I
JTisIi, Vi't:iLXeM, Scc, SSc.
Always on hand at the
(Successors to Win. McC.indlcfs),
No. O tccu Ht : : i'lwli 3Xnrlsct,
Honolulu, H. I.
5S?Family and Shipping Oiders caic
fully attended to. Ijive Stock furniahrd
lo vessels at short notice. my 17-88
and gentle, suitable
lo,- n lady or child to
drive. Does not mind
cither locomotive or steam roller. Apply
at this onice. 47 at
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
npiIE undorsigned give notice that
X they havo been appointed .s-.ignecb
of Blown & Co, merchant", of Hono
All persons having any claims against
the said linn whether i-iuuied by mort
gage or otinrLc, aio notified to pre.
sent the same to the Assignees, within
three months from April 23rd iustnnt.
All persons indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Co uio requested to make immediate
p.ijinenl lo Brown & Co. or the
A. J. CARTW1UG1IT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Asnlgnecs of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, Apiil, 31, 18;8. 23 1m
I HEREBY give notice that by power
of attorney dnted at Hongkong,
China, the 25th day of Maich. Ib88, the
linn of Kwong Sliiu v j,,g Co has up.
pointed me tho undersigned to conduct
all its tiiisincssielatlons hi the Hawaiian
I-lnnds and in particular with tho firm
of Wing On Wo & Co., of Honolulu,
merchant', with full powers to collect
and reecivo all Mints of money duo to
the said firm of Kwong Sliiu Winc'Co.
and to proceed quarterly as the power
of attorney auiliorie-i inc.
Att'y in fact for Kwong Sliiu Wing Co.
Honolulu, May M, 1833. 42 2w
THE undersigned having been duly
nppolnted Executors under the
will of Geo. Engelhardt, late of Houo.
lulu. dcccaFed. Notice is heioliy given
lo all credltois of the deceased lo pre.
sent their claims, whether secured hv
mortgiigo or othcrwUc, duly nutiienii
catctl and with tho proper vouchers, it
any exist, to C. Bolto within six mouths
fiom tills date, or they will bo forever
b.irrt:d. And all pertons indebud to
paid deceased aro requested to malco
immediate payment to 0. Bolto.
L. A. THURSTON,
Executors under tho AVIII of George
Honolulu, May 3, 1888. 88 2w
Imported Direct from Havana.
vs, f i
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Leyey.
On SATURDAY, June 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3r.,
1 will sell nt Public Auction, at the
residence of It. J. ('reighlon, E-q.,
IUcluud street, opposite the Royal Il-
The Whole of his Household Furniture,
One Elegant Upright Piano 1
By Strntham & Coy. '1 his firm received
the 1st prize gold medal, at Jlechtnic's
Fair, S. P., for tho surorlorlty of their
Ono splendid B. W. Parlor Sot,
Upholsteicd In Silk & Pluh.
One Large Black Walnut Ktngcrc,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame. Subject:
Drawing Room of Queon Victoria at
St. James' Palace.
Ono Large Kbnuized Finnic Minor.
Large and Small Rugs,
Bronze Ornamonb, Cornices, Chun,
delicts mid 1imp?,
1 BAY. Bedroom Set, Tcuesseo M. T
1 U. W. ?. Hulstend, 1 AV. Bed.
room Stt, Woven Wire & Iliiir Mat-
tr.iBies, Mo-quitn Net', Heading
UlTrmlilri tnn flrmtnii
M1U10-WU UU11LD1 1(1
Splendid II. W. bidebo.ird, B. W.
IMlii' K. Dining Talile . Chairs,
Uro kcry & Ol isswmc, Sjw ing Mu.
Kitchen Stovo and TJtensilB,
Meat Nife, Ice Chest, Vcianda
Chair', etc., etc. Also,
1 Family Horse & Phaeton
Tlio house will be open for in.
spcrlion on FBI DAY, previous to dtiy
of sale. The Auctioneer dcirs to call
attention l the ladies and gentleman of
Honolulu to this sale of high class Fur
niturc. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
45 12t Auctioneer.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
, JIM 11, 1
Races lo Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE
Fiec for all.
-4 Mile Dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bied horses owned
by nicmhcis of the JocUey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
oije winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
For Hawaiian bred horses only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. If but one starts to
5lh KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 iu 0. Free for
all. All holies having a rccoid of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE 3 Mile Daeh.
Open to all 3-ycar old Hawaiian
ureu noises only.
71li ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. Winner to beat tlio le
coid of "Angle A," 1 :4Gi. To be
inn for annually.
RUNNING RACE -J Mllo Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years,
9lh-10CKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SwEEiSTAKKh TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mllo Heats, best
2 in 3. Fiee for all hoises that
have not a leeoid of 3 minutes or
better to bo driven In Fiazier road
caits by members of the Club.
RUNNING RACE-? Mllo Dasb.
Free for nil.
Open to all ponies 14-hands or
under, and 3-ye.ir old or over.
BS0 Rules lcgardlng entiles and
starting aie suspended in races against
Iron Water Tanks
Just received from Auckland,
UNION FEED CO.
Hem'n Jockey Club,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
By order of Mr ,T. A. Kennedy I will
sell at Publlo Auction, nt his ic3ldcnco,
corner of Kinau and Pcnsncola street
adjoining tho residence of T. May, Esq.
On WEDNESDAY, May 23rd,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.,
Tho Entire Houseli'd Furniture,
B. W, Upholstered Parlor Set,
Lirgo Center Hugs,
U-Light l'oialiuit Chandelier,
Ono Emerson Square Piano,
(A splendid instalment,)
1 Carved Khony Mnslu.Stand,
Wicker Rockt rs,
Large Marhle-top Center Table,
Lace Curtains and Poles,
1 Carved Cherry Easel,
Pictures, Japnneso Serpen,
Black W. Hall 8tand,
1 Massive B.W. Beflr'ni Set
Ma'trnsscs anil Mo'uuBo Nets ,
S and Lamp?, t ueoratid Vases,
t Chllds' Iron Bedstead
Black Walnut Bookcase aiid Secretary,
A Library of BookB, comp'g:
McOauloy's History of England,
Dante's Inferno & Pnrgatorio, &c, &c.
1 B. W. Marble top Sideboard,
Sliver Tea Sirvicc, Corner Whatnot,
Uj holitercd Lounge,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 B. AV. Mnrllctop Bedroom Set,
Refrigerator, Kitchen Utensils,
Ono JSufysry Pliaolou. I
(In good order),
1 Horse, broken to saddle & harness,
(A good safe traveler),
Set of .l ingle Harness, 1 Side Saddle,
Garden Tools, Etc., Etc,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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 Salesroom, Queen street, the
LEASES of the following
Parcels of Lands,
Situatod at Kona, Hawaii, as follows:
For a Term of IS Years.
1 Tho Ahupuaa of Waiaha, dcs.
cnucu in n. r. jno. iiy.su.
2 Land at Kahului, Kona, described
in R. P. .No. 6J77 A.
3 AhupuHU of Kahului, Kona, apana
8, II. P. 1009.
4 Ahupuna of Kalama. Kona, apana
2, R. P. ICOy. L C A. 8510 B.
5 Ahupuaa of Pahcehoo. Kona. R. P.
G Ahupuaa of Krdokn, apana 11, L
C. A. 77.5, containing 4300 acres.
7 Ahupuaa of Lanihauiki, N. Kona,
npana 2, uf R. P. 3148, containing 3910
8 --Ahupuaa of Ilonuaula, npana 4
unil 5, of R. P. 3143, containing 20 48 100
9 Ahupuna of Moeanca. apana 27, of
L. ('. A. 91)71.
10 Also, the Lenso for 5 years of tho
KuU portions of Mokauea, at Kalihi,
Oaliu, niakul of llio rice plantation, and
ext'indinz to within 100 feet of fish
ponds if H s Majesty.
11 Also, the Lenso for 10 years of
(ho unlea-ed portion of Iwilci, includ
ing Sea Fisliciy, containing about 04
acres, moro or less.
And at tho same time will be sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Laliaina,
Depcrlbod in R. P. 3455, L. C. A. 9705 B.
containing 3 Boods and 14 Rods.
Terms Payable semi-annually In
advanco. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
iirst six montns rent.
EFor further particulars apply to
tho Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
35 cod Auctioneer.
New Zealand Oats
Just received from Auckland, Ex,
600 Bags of CHOICE OATS !
Of tho CROP of 1S88, and which
UNION FEED 00.
NOTICE is hcrtbv given that I will
not pay any debts contracted iu
my uatuo without my written order.
AV. O. ACI1I.
Honolulu, April a 1, 1883. 28 tf
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan",
of Crockery, k. &c.
.On THURSDAY, May 24, 18B8,
AT 10 O'CT.OOIt A. ar
At my Salesroom. Queen street, I will
sell nt Public Auction, an as.
Decorated Din'r Sets,
Plain Whlto Dinner Sets, Tui aud
Breakfast Sets, Cup3 and Saucers,
Dinner, BreaKfast and Tea Plates,
Tumblers, Toilet Sets, Ice Cream
SctB, l.nrgo Assortment of Bowl?,
Etc., Etc. Alto, ut tho 8!tmo time,
will bo Bold without resorvo an
J3n.vring:H, IJrcnRt Xylites !
Sleeve Buttons, Scarf Pins, Etc.
Also, Fancy Manllo Clocks, Alarm Clocks,
Etc., Etc , Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
48 3t Auctioneer.
Assignee's Sale of
By ordrr of A. J. Cartwrlght and W. P.
Allen, Assignees of tho Estato of
Prank Brown, I will sill
nt Public Auction,
On FRIDAY, May 25th, 1888,
AT 10 O'CJLOCK A. 31..
At tho ro3ldence of F. Brown, Kaplo.
His Entire Mouseh'd Furniture,
B.W. Etagere, B.W. Writ'g Desk,
51 Upholstered Sofas,
B. W. Book Case !
Center and Sofa Rugs,
Two B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Koa Bureau. B. "W. Bureau,
i b. w. i. t. mm,
Crockery to Glassware,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils,
Garden Tools, Garden Hose, &c. &c.
1 Marc, 1 2-year old Filly,
1 3-ycor old Colt, 1 Horc,
1 Top Buggy, 1 2-wheel Brake,
1 Dray, 2 Sets Harness,
1 Sets Droy Harness,
Saddles, Bridles, &c.
ES'-A Free Bus will leave E. O. Hall
& bon's coiuci at 0:30 o'clock to take in.
tending purchaterd to and from tho Sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Assignee's Sale of
By order of A. J. Cartwright and W. P.
Allen, As'igneo3 of the Estate of
Frank liiown, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, May 28fb, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Oueen street, tho fol
lowing described premises:
Park Lots Hos. 137, 138, 139 & 140
On makai side of the Park, running
from the rra I to the sea. Ti gether with
the Dwelling House, Out Houses and
Improvement!). The Piemises are 200
fiet front and from 250 to 300 feet deep,
and are occupied by Mr. Brown as a
2nd Lots Nos. 45 & 46
On mauka side of the Park, adjoining
lots of H. J. Agncw. Size 10U ftet wide
3rd Lots Ho. 156, 166 & 157
Opposite the lcsidenco of Eon. C.
Brown. Size ISO feet wide 200 feet
deep. 'J he lots nro planted with fruit
and shade trees, and aro all fenced.
Water laid on.
4th Lot No. 14-1
On the makai side of tho Park, ex.
tending from tho road to the sea.
Size CO feet fiont 2EQ feet deep.
5th Lot No. 143
On tho makai sido of the Park, extend,
lug from tho toad to the soa. Sizs 60
feet fi out 200 feot deep.
Tho above lots aro nil leaseholds, the
leases expire iu 1005. Rent has been
paid up to that date,
In view of tho early completion of
the railway to thu Park, this sale offers
a flno chance to obtain delightful sub.
BSfFor further particulars apply to
thu Assignees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
47 td Auctioneer.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
A ndvertise it In the Daily Uoi.i.ktii.
UNION MILL CO.
AT tho annual meeting of this Com
pany held at their office, In Ko.
hala, May 0, 1888, tho following officers
were elected for the ensuing year, viz:
Jnmcs Ronton , President,
Geo. P. Holmes Vice-President,
T. It. Walker Treasurer,
P.M. Swnnzy I.... Secretary,
J. U.S. Kynncrsley Auditor.
F. M. SWANZY,
Honolulu, May 17, 1888.
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