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BISHOP & Co., BAIs KERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchango on tUo
JBtvulc ol Ctililbriiin, H. IT.
And their agents) in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. II. Rolhsohild & Bon, London
Tho Commarclal Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand t Auckland,
Ohristchurcli, and Wellhgton,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. O., and Portland, Or,
Tfant&ot a General Banking Uasiness.
I I I II " I
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1888.
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
No civil service can be stable that
is subject to the control of politics,
for the reason that politics are un
stable, and that which is controlled
thereby must be unstable to the
No unstable civil service can ever
acquire a high degree of elllciency,
because unstableuess produces fre
quent changes, and these prevent
the long-continued practice which
begets experience and is essential
to proficiency and efllcicncy.
No trade, or profession, or line of
business is learnt in a day. The
mechanic, the professional man, tho
man of business acquires his know
ledge and skill by slow degrees and
long practice. Tho schooling which
simply imparts the theory as con
tained in words and books must be
accompanied or followed by actual
practice, in order to the attainment
of skill. No young man, or old
man either, whatever his natural
capabilities or acquired attainments,
is fully competent to fill any posi
tion in which he has had no experi
ence, or for which he has not been
prepared by experience in some
other position, the duties of which
Men are educated for and trained
from boys to the trades, the pro
fessions, and every line of business.
The absolute necessity for so doing
is universally recognised. Training
for the offices of government in a
similar way is just as necessary, al
though the' fact is not practically
recognised to the same extent.
The training school of the me
chanic is the workshop, of the doc
tor the hospital, and so oiu Eacli
begins at the elementary parts of
his trade or profession, and gradu
ally pioceeds to the more complex.
Undoubtedly tho same system should
be employed in the public service.
When it is found necessary, as it
may sometimes be in a small and
new country like this, where suit
able civil service material is scarce,
to admit into the service persons
without training or any particular
aptitude, they should, wherever
practicable, bo placed in the lower
grades and allowed to work their
way up. When once admitted, in
competence, dishonesty, or other
misconduct should alone removo
In the interest of the service,
which is in tho interest of the com
monwealth, every incumbent of
office should be secure in his posi
tion, so long as he faithfully fulfils
its requirements. Neither should
he be removed for good and valid
reasons until the charge against him
lias been definitely preferred and
proven, and he allowed an oppor
tunity to appear in his own defence.
A public service which is regu
lated by a political thermometer can
never be the best for any country.
Competent oillcialB are dismissed
because they are not "in accord,"
and perhaps unsuitable persons put
in their places because they belong
to tho political party in power. But
leaving out the question of unsuit
ability, the fiequent changes arc de
trimental to tho elllciency of the bcr
vice. When men, who peihaps en
tered the service without tho proper
qualifications, have had the practice
and gained tho experience to qualify
them for its duties, they aro dis
placed to make room for another set
of raw recruits, When these have
acquired efficiency, they aro treated
in the same way. Thus tho service
suffers and the people are wronged.
Besides being the mother of in
competence, this syBtem incites to
and encourages dishonesty. Tho
knowledge and conviction that the
term of incumbency may bo of short
duration, is a strong temptation
to inaku tho mo3t of it while it ia&ls
and get as much us possible out of
it; and ns all human nature is weak,
the temptation often prcvnils.
As our civil service system
lias absorbed somo of these
objectionable f entities, it is to
Hint extent bad. Reform in this
direction is uilich needed, and
it is to bo hoped that a Government
and Legislature chosen on a reform
ticket will consider the matter of
suillcieut liiipoitnucu for earnest
consideration, with the view to
THE LATE A. C. SMITH.
The death of Albert C. Smith,
noted elsewhere in our paper, marks
the disappearance of a face familiar
upon our streets for the past twenty
five years "an Island boy" well
known in the old familiar circle
which made up the inhabitants of
this town in the quiet days of the
Though a rather silent man he
possessed an alert and vigorous in
tellect, coupled with quiet method
ical ways that told without much
noise. His mental work whether in
private or before the Court, always
commanded respect. But more
than all, we wish to note in simple
justice to the man, an independence
of thought rarely to be met with,
lie very seldom took his ideas
second hand, and always had the
courage of his convictions, even
when the lido was overwhelmingly
the other way. He had his failings
fatal ones, but, with it all he re
tained undiinnied to death, his love
of fair play, his honesty. 'and that
rugged independence of character
that forbid at once the idea that he
was one who in any sense had his
Surely, with these higU, qualities,
(recognized by all who knew him
well), he did not live in vain, 1 hough
stricken down in the prime of life,
and so with sorrow but respect we
bid him the long farewell, knowing
that in speaking fair of him in death
we transgiess no piopriety, but sim
ply give the dead one his duo.
Late Foreim its.
The barkentinc Planter arrived
from San Francisco last night,
bringing one day's later news. The
BuLi.ivnx is indebted to Captain
Penhailow and to Mr. C. M. Cooke
for -late papers. Following is a
summary of news therein contained :
McKinly of Ohio, a member of
the Republican minority on the Ways
and Means Committee, has been
at work on a taiiff bill as a substi
tute for Mill's bill. He has not yet
submitted the production to all his
colleagues on the committee, and
profound secrecy has been observed
in regard to it.
It has not been easy to leconciic
tho conflicting view of the five Re
publican members of the committee,
to say nothing of the 155 Republi
cans in the House.
Kelley of Pennsylvania waxes
furious when the subject of reducing
the duty on sugar is mentioned.
Browne of Indiana and Burrows
of Michigan are far moro disposed
to enlarge the free list than Reed of
Maine and McKinley, but they will
not insist upon their views at the ex
pense of party unity.
Randall has declared his strenu
ous opposition to taking off sugar
duties, and in that regard stands on
the same platform as Kelley. The
Randall bill, which proposes to wipe
out the internal revenue system,
and to adjust the tariff schedules
in the interest of monopoly,
would not receive the votes of all
the Republicans, and probably not
half of them.
The progress of the discussion
makes it more and moie evident
that if there be wise management on
the Democratic side, the only bill
which can be passed will come from
Wells, Fargo & Co., the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fo and the South
ern Pacific Co. have petitioned
Secretary Bayard to negotiate a
treaty with Mexico, which will
allow the officers 'of either country
to cioss tho border line in pursuit
of criminals engaged in tiaiu rob
bery. Archbishop Joseph Sadoc Ale
many, for many years the head of
the Catholic Church of California,
has died ill Spain after a lingering
Hairy Phillips, Sullivan's man
ager, upon being shown tho des
patch saying that Kilrain would
light if the entire 5,000 were put
up before the articles were signed,
said: "That is very satisfactory to
me. Now that Kilrain says ho is
willing to fight let his backer cover
my money now up and the entire
stake money from Sullivan's side
will bo posted at once."
Several leading Republicans at
Washington believe that the Repub
lican Stale Convention which lately
adjourned in Sacramento made a big
miBtuke in adopting resolutions
condemning the new Chinese treaty.
Senator Stewart in conversation re
marked: "I don't believe that the
convention would ever have" express
ed itself as it did il the amendments
proposed were before it The docu
ment, with the two additions pro
posed, make It voiy binding and it
certainly is better than nothing.
Personally I am in favor of the
treaty, and will work and vote for
Stewart gives It ns his opinion
that all tho members of the Pacific
Coast delegation will vote for its
ratiflcatiou'uxcept Mitchell of Ore
The House wont into Committee
of the Whole on the Tariff bill -on
The statement of the public debt
of Canada on tho 30th of April last
shows a total gross debt of g27G,
G32,1G3, with assets of 818,600,292,
leaving tho net debt $227,035,870.
Tho Newfoundland Legislntuic,
after discussing with closed doors
tho bill accepting the fisheries treaty,
passed the measure to the third
Norman McDonald of Big Broth
ers, Capo Breton, is dead, aged 110
years. He was said to be the last
known stuvivor of Waterloo, having
fought in that battle under Welling
ton when 37 years of age. He was
born in the Isle of Hairis, Scotland,
The Reformed Church of England,
presided over by Bishop Usher, and
the Reformed Episcopal Church in
Canada of the American branch
have agreed on a basis of amalga
mation at the S3'nod.
The Cabinet has appointed Chief
Justice Richie of the Supreme Court
to act as Administrator during the
inteiregnum to arise between the
departttio of Lord Lansdowno and
the arrival of the new Goveinor
Gcncral. The Finance Committee of the
City Council of Victoria opened ten
ders for the purchase of $150,000
debentures bearing G per cent interest
and running forty years, and accept
ed the offer of the Bank of Monti cal
for the same at S101, principal and
interest payable at London.
Strikes in England arc becoming
epidemic. The boot-makers at Stet
tin, the stone-masons at Lubcck
and the buck-layers at Allona, arc
A strong effort is being made in
London against extravagance in
A GOOD DRIVIMf, (married or un.
lwairicd), who can also take care
of a garden. Wiktrn applications with
references and mentioning of wages.
Addiess't. 1).," Bulletin Office.
IN KEGS OF 25 to 50 LBS.
FOR SALE CHEAP
GONSALVES & CO.,
51 Queen Sticct. 3t
British Benevolent Society.
rpiIE annual meeting of this Society
JL will he held at the rooms of the
UiitiMi Club, on TIIUBSDAY, May 21th,
at 7:30 r m. A full attendance of mem
hers is requested. 50 2t
Honolulu EEpie Co. 1. 1,
A SPECIAL MEETING of tho ahovo
Company will be held THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, May 21, 1888,
at 7:E0 o'clock. Business of impoit.
anee. A full attendance of members is
By order of the Foicman.
51 It Secretary II. E. Co. No. 1.
G, A, R, Notice,
HViAiiQUAinxus, Gr.o. DbLono")
Post, No. -15, Dni-r. or Oali- I
FOUNIA, G. A. It. f
Honolulu, May 21, 1888. J
SPECIAL OBDEK No. 1,
nnilE nieuibcis of this Post
X aro lequesled to ineot in'
their hall, drc3scd in Dark
Clothes nnd Black Hats, at 7
v. ji., May 27, 1888, to attend
Memorial Service in thcCcutial
Per order, '
V. v. asiiford.
J. V, Noiili:,
Adjutant. 51 at
A Grand Entertainmrt
Will bo glren at the Music Hall,
VANDALIA ATHLETIC CLUB,
SATURDAY EVENING, May 26,
Commeiiclni; ut S o'clock tslinrn.
Farces, Songs & Sauces,
61 8t Sparring Matches, Etc.
WATCH J MAKERS,
SI Kins Street.
(Store formerly occupied by late Wni.
All Ropalrs AVnrrnntcd.
my 22 89 ly
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmithing, Carriage
Building & Repairing.
Drays, Cnrls & Wagon Building a Specialty.
Every description of woik in the
nbovo Hne3 performed in a flrst-clnss
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Orders from the other Islands solicited.
X The best paper
to scud abroad
So per annum.
WE have again on hand a fow of
our exceptionally superior Surf
Boats in slzcq Jrom 18 to 21 feet. As
these boats speak for themselves, o in.
vile inspection. Pi Ice us low ns any.
We lavo nlso several 70 lb Clinker,
copper.fast, recreation boats, with oars
nnd rowlocks, complete. Capable of
holdlii;: three pcr-ons. Jiiit the thing
for an Impromptu regatta, spiu around
harbor, lake or rhcr. l'lloe from 50 to
CO dollnis. Also a light Baggage Et.
press with two portable cushioned seats,
handy for business or n family out of
town, and one traijj Hand Cut. Chcup
for cash, at .1 A. UOWEK'S,
Piintci't) Lane, Punchbowl 8t
Mutual Tele. No. 82(5, P. O BoxNo.453.
HPO the creditors of the Estate of Afti,
JL of Wailuku, Maui, a bankrupt,
That the undersigned, Assignee of
tl'o Estate of Afu, a bankrupt, has pre!
paratory to his linal account and divi'
(lend bubmlttcd his nccouuiB as ouch
Assignee and Jllcd tho s.une befoic Hon.
S. H. Dole, Justice ol the Supremo
Court, at his Chambers, to whom ho
will apply at 10 o'clock a. it., MONDAY,
Ilia SSth day of May, for settlement ot
slid accounts and for discharge from
all linliiliiy ns such Asigncu and for
an order to make a final dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and contest the
same. W. C. PAKKE,
Assignee Estate of Afu.
Honolulu, May 2d, 1688. CO 4t
TO Hie creditors of the Estate of W.
P. Akau, a bankrupt, lake notice.
That the undersigned Assignees of
the Estate of W. P. Akau, a bankrupt,
have prepaiatoiy to their linal account
nnd dividend, submitted their accounts
as buch Assignees aud filed the same
bcfoie Hon. S' B. Dole, Justice ot the
Supreme Couit, 'at Chambers, to -whom
they will apply at 10 o'clock a. m , on
MONDAY, Ihe SSth day of M-iy, fot a
settlement of said accounts anil for a
discharge from all liability as such
Assignees and for nn older to make n
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and contest tho
same. YV. C. PAKKE,
Aignecs of the Estate of W. P. Akau.
Honolulu, May 23, 1883. 50 4t
HPnE undeisigned having been
appointed Executors under the
will of Geo. Engclhardt, late of nono.
lulu, deceased. Notice is heicby given
to all creditors of the deceased to pre
sent their claims, whether secured by
mortgage or othciwise, duly authentic
catcd and with tho propui vouchers, if
any exist, to C. Bolte within six month
from tliis dale, or they will bo forever
birred. And all peisous indebted to
paid deceased arc requested to make
immediate payment to C. Belto.
L. A. THURSTON,
Executors under the Will of George
Honolulu, May 2, 1888. 38 2w
I HEREBY give notice that by power
ot attorney dated at Hongkong,
China, the 25th day of March, 1888, the
linn of Kwong Shiu Wing Co. has up.
pointed me tho undersigned to conduct
all its business relations In tho Hawaiian
Islands and in particular with tho firm
of Wing On Wo & Co , of Honolulu,
merchants, with full powers to collect
nnd receive all sums of money due to
the said firm of Kwong Shiu Wine Co.
and to proceed quarterly as tho power
of attorney authoiizcs me.
Att'y in fact for Kwong Sulu Wing Co,
Honolulu, Moy M, 1888.
ALL amounts due Iho firm of Brown
& Co., Wine & Spirits Merchants,
of Honolulu, that weio contracted pre.
vious to tho SOlli day of Match last, if
not settled before tho 8th day of Juno
next, will ho placed in tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
suo for, and recover nt onco.
A. .1. OARTWRIGI1T,
W. b ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21. 1888. 481m
ABEWAItD of Two Hundred and
Fifty Dollars ($250) will ho paid
for information that will lead to tho
nn est and conviction of tho person or
persons, who stoln tho following des.
ciibed Jewelry from tho rcsidenco of
Mr. W. B. Luce, on Wednesday, May 1C.
1 Diamond Ring, 5 Diamonds on the
1 Diamond Ring, largo Solitaire Dla-
1 Diamond Brooch, Gold Oyster Shell,
3 largo Diamonds,
1 Ring, huge Oriental Solitaire Pearl,
1 Pr. holltalre Diamond Earrings,
1 Pr. Solltalro Pearl Earringp, largo
JNO. II. SOPER,
Marshal's Office, May 22, 1888. 40 lw
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. advertise In the Daily Bullktw.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, LeYCy.
Oil SATURDAyT Jnnc 2nd,
AT lO O'CLOCK a. ar.,
I will sell nt Pulilio Auction, nt 'In
residence of It J i'i Ighlnn, E q ,
Richard streit, opposite thu R yni Hiw
The Whole of his Household Furuituro,
One Elegant Upright Piano 1
By Strnthnin & Coy. This firm received
the 1st prize gold mcnnl, at Mechanic'tj
Fair, S. P., for tho superiority of their
One splendid B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered In Silk & Pluh.
One Lnrgc Bluuk Walnut Etagere,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame. Subject:
Drawing Room of Quoon Victoria at
St. James' Palaco,
One Largo Ebonizcd Finnic Mirror,
Large and Small Rugs,
Bronze Ornaments. Cornices, Chan,
delicrs and Lamps,
1 B.W. Bedroom Set, Tenessee M. T.,
1 B. W. Bedstead, 1 B W Ued.
100m Set, Woven Wire & Hair Mat-
trastcs, Mosquito Net", Heading
Splendid B. W. Sideboard, B. W.
Pillai E. Dining Table & Chaiis,
Crockery & Glassware, Saw lug Ma
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Meat Sate, Ice Chest, Veranda
Clinirp, etc., etc. Also,
One Family Horse !
Broken to Saddle &, Harness,
1 Side Saddle nearly new.
(ggrThe house will be open for in
spection on FRIDAY, previous to day
of sale. Tho Auclioncer desires to call
attention to the ladies and gentleman of
Honolulu to this sale of high class Fur
niture. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
MISS. P. T1IIELE,
On Bcretania street near Piikoi.
(Formerly MeGuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French nnd Gciman taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 504. 3m
" Per baik " Ceylon,"
3,000 PKGS OF
TOR SALE CHEAP
King Stieet. lw
SUGAR PLANT I
The Entire Plant of tho
Is offered For Sale. The Machinery
is in pcifeet working order
nnd consist of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair of Boilers 0x20,
1 Double Effect 6 and 7 feet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G feet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clarifiers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
Cano Carts & Gcn'l Plantation
Delivery will bo given after next crop
has been harvested, say about July 1,
ESTFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
For Japan & China
Tho Nippon Yuscn Kaisha'd Fino
Will bo duo at this poit on or about
Juuo 3rd, 1888,
And will return about tho 10th of
same month to Japan. This fine vessel
has flrbt class accommodation for
Saloon, Second Class or Steerugo Pas
scngcrB. Passengers for China will bo
transferred ut Yokohama.
BQjTFor further particulars apply to
WE Q. IRWIN & CO.,
43 tf . Agents.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
most popular paper published.
FOR fplll SALE
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Sale of Leases !
By order ff tho TriHt-xs nf
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will sol) ut Public Auction,
On MONDAY, Jane 4th, 1888
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, tho
LEASES of tho following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated nt Kona, Dawaii, nslollowa:
For a Term if 15 Years.
1 The Ahupuaa of Wulahn, dts.
ciibed In H. P. No. 10:10.
2 Land, at Kiihulul, Konn, described
in H. P. No. 0277 A.
3 Ahupuini of Kalmlul. Kona, upnun
3, H. P. 10G0.
4 Ahupuna of Kalama. Kona, apann
L It. P. tGOD. L O. A. 8510 11.
5 Ahupuaa of Puheehoo, ICona.K. P.
C Aliiipuan of Kaloko, npaun 11, L
O. A. 7715, cohtnii in.- 4S00 ucris.
7 AliUiu,ui of Jj'iuihauiki, N. Kona,
apami !, uf It P. 3148, containing 3010
8 Ahupuaa of Hominuln, npann 4
and C, of It. P. 3148, containing 2G 48 103
9 Ahupuaa of Moeauoa, apana 27, of
E. C. A. 0071.
10 Also, the Lease for ! years of tho
Kuhi portions of Mokauen, at Kalihi,
Oahu, mnkal of thu rice plantation, and
extondiiiff lo within 100 feet of fish
ponds of His Majesty.
11 Also, the Lease for 10 years of
the unleaded portion of Iwilei, includ
ing Sea Fishery, contaiiiwig about 54
acres, moro or less.
Aud at thu same time will bo sold n
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina,
Describod in It. P. SfiS, L. C. A. 0795 B.
containing 3 Iioods and 14 Bods.
Terms-Payable semi-annually In
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers 'and payment of
first six months' rent.
ESTFor fuither particulars apply to
the Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MOIIGAN,
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
Races to Commonco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE.
RUNNING EACE 1 Mils Dash.
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
ltUNNING ItACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian hied horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TItOTTING and PACING ItACE
For Hawaiian hied horses only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
4th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. If but one starts to
beat 2 :50.
Blh KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Hcnts, best 3 In 5. Free for
nil. All horses having a lecord of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
Opcn to all 3-year
bred horses only.
3 Mile Dash,
7lh R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
Fi ee for nil. Winner to beat tho re
coul of "Angle A," 1 :45J. To bo
run for nnnuully.
Bth-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
RUNNING RAOE-4 Milo Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian hied horses.
Cup to become tho propel ty of the
winner two consecutive y'eais.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST'mATCH.
SwEni'STAicus TROTTING aud
PACING RAOE-Mile Heats, best
2 hi 3, Fiee for till hoises that
havo not a iceord of 3 minutes or
better to ho dilveu In Finzler road
carts by members of tho Club.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING ItACE J Milo Dash.
Free for all.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 14-hands or
under, and a-ycar old or over.
BS&" Rules regarding
starting are suspended hi
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "Tho Dally Bulletin." 00 cents
dtUWUSl 1L1M4SL' JWi?K.tgy-'
Auction Sales by dames F. Morgan.
3 sale of
By order of A .1. Cartwrlght and W. F.
Allen. fsicneM of the Eslnto of
Flank Brown, I will sell
nt Public Auction,
On FRIDAY, May 20tli, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the residence nf F. llrown, Kanlo.
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
B.W. Etagere, B.W. Writ'g Desk,
3 Upholstered Sofa,
B. W. Book Case !
Center and Sofa Rues,
Two B. W. Marblo-top Bedroom Sot,
ltoa uureau B. W. Bureau.
1 B. W. I. T.
Crockery A GIusmv.uc.
Kitchen Stove & Utensils,
Garden Tools, Garden Hose, Ac. &c.
1 Mare, 1 2-year old
1 3-year old Colt. 1 TTnrj.
1 Top Buggy, 1 2-whccl Brake,
1 D, 2 Sets Harriets,
1 Sets Dray Harness,
Saddles, Bridles, &c.
BSS A Free Bus will Icavo E. O. Hall &
Son's corner al 9:30 o'clock, to tako in
tending purchasors to and from tho Salo.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Assignee's Sale of
By order of A. J. Carlwright and W. F.
Allen, Assigueci of the Estate of
Fiank tlrown, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, May 28th, '88,
AT 13 O'CtOCIt NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, the fol
lowing described premises:
Park Lots Nos. 137, 138, 139
On mnkai side of tho Park
num m,.- iuuj iu uiu sea. icgeiuer wun
the Dwelling House, Out tlouscs and
Improvements. The Premises are 200
feel ftont and fiom 250 to 300 feet deep,
aud aie occupied by Mr. Brown as a
2nd-Lots Nos. 45 & 46
Onmaukasidc of the Park, adjoining
lots of 11. J. Agnew. Size 100 feet wldo
200 feet deep.
3rd Lots No. 155, 156 & 157
Opposite the residence of Hon. O.
IUown. Size ICO feet wide 200 feet
deep. Tho lots are planted with fruit
nnd shade trees, and are all fenced.
Water laid on.
4th Lot No. 141
On tho makai side of the Park, ex.
tendinjj from the road to tho sea.
Size 50 feet fiont 250 feet deep.
5th Lot No. 143
On the makai 6ido of the Paik, extend,
ing from the road to the sea. Size 50
feet front 200 feot deep.
Tho above lots are all leaseholds, tho
leases expire in 1805. Rent has been
paid up to that duto.
In view of tho early completion of
the railwny to tho Park, this halo offers
a fine chance to obtaiu delightful sub
BSTFor further particulars apply to
the Assignees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
47 td Auctioneer.
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