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Sealed tenders will be received nt
the Interior Offices until THURS
DAY, May Slat, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction of a Rebervoir
in Nuunnu Valley.
Plans and specifications for the
eamo can bo seen at the olllco of tho
Superintendent of Public Woiks.
Tho Minister of tho Interior docs
not bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any bid.
' LOKEIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of tho Intorior.
Interior Office, May 17, 1888.
45 Gt cod
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlanda
Draw Exchaugo on the
JBanlc ol CalliVruiiv, teJ. JT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurck, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business'.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of nil.
TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1888.
STATISTICS OF THE WAR.
Twenty-three years ago, the war
for the preservation of thcAmeii
can Union closed. The young man
who attended theservicos at tho Foit
Street Church Sunday night looks
upon that momentous period as his
father viewed the Mexican War, or
his grandsirc, tho struggle of 1812.
Memorial services and Decoration
Daj may to such young men be lit
tle more than a very slender senti
,ment, pleasing to a few of tho more
patriotic, but possessing only a tri
fle of interest and value to those
who arc now entering the arena of
public affairs and related remotely
to present-day principles, paitic3
The records of the great struggle
are crowded with half forgotten or
wholly neglected statistics. Let us
recall some of these for the benefit
of the rising generation. Abraham
Lincoln, the martyr President, call
ed for troops for the armies of the
Union to the number of 2,900.000
men, of whom 18G,097 were colored
soldiers. Tho Union and Confed
erate armies met in over 2,000 bat
tles and skirmishes. The frightful
losses in killed, wounded and miss
ing in both armies aggregated in
the engagements enumerated as fol
lows: Shiloh, 24,000; Antietnm,
38,000 ; Stone River, .'37,000 ; Chan
cellorsvillc, 28,000; Gettysbuig,
54,000; Chickumaugua,33,000 ; Mc
Clellan's Peninsula Campaign, 50,
000; Grant's Peninsula Campaign,
180,000 ; Sherman's campaign, 125,
000. There were of the brave men
who entered the Union armies 1-1 ,
238 killed in battle; 49,205 who
died of wounds ; 180,210 who died
of unknown causes ; a total of 503,
813. There were also 20,000 men
who died while in tho hands of the
enemy as prisoners of war. Then
of the 205,791 who were listed in
the official reports as "deberters"
and "missing in action," no doubt
many died, but could not be defin
itely accounted for. Besides,
thousands were buried in private
cemeteries who died while at home
on furlough. In the seventy-three
.National cemeteries there are resting
420,000 men, of whom 115,000
sleep in graves which bear no name,
only that pitiful legend, "Un
known." The United States furnished to
the Union Armies under all cnlls,
2.088,523 men. The colored troops
lost the most heavily by disease ;
2,997 died in action and of wounds,
while 20,801 died of disease; that
is one out of every seven died of
disease, whilo among tho white
troops tho proportion wns one to llf
teen. In tho number of' her sons
sacrificed, Kansas lead all other
States'by a heavy per cent. Iu tho
proportion per thousand of deaths
by disease, Iowa led with a percen
tage) of 114.03 and Vermont was
atoggL-ite J, il?iui Wfa.iJ.ftTMj'j" 'iH.osigat&WJ":
second with 01.81. Tho proportion
of denth9 fiom till causes in tho
troops of cacli Stnto was as follows :
Kansas 1 in 5 ; Iowa 1 iu 5 J-; Ver
mont I in Gj Michigan 1 in G;
Maine lin 7 ; New Hampshire 1 in
7; Illinois 1 in 7; Wisconsin 1 in
7 ; Minnesota 1 in 8 ; Indiana I in
8; Massachusetts 1 In 9; West Vir
ginia 1 in 9 ; Missouri 1 in 9 ; Ohio
1 in 9; Connecticut 1 in 10; Rhode
Island 1 in 11 ; New York 1 in 12;
Pennsylvania 1 in 12; New Jim soy
1 in 12; Kentucky 1 in 10; Califor
nia 1 in 20; Delaware 1 in 20;
Maryland 1 in 2G.
According to n careful statistician
the loss at Pcrryvillc, Mufrcsboro,
Chickamnugua, Atlanta, Gettysburg,
Mission Ridge, tho Wilderness and
Spottsylvanin, frequently reached
and sometimes exceeded, 40 per
cent., and the average killed or
wounded on one side or tho other
was over 30 per cent. Waterloo
was one of the most desperate and
bloody battles in the annals of Eu
rope, and yet Wellington's casual
ties wcie less than 12 per cent. ; at
the battle of Wagiam, Napoleon
lost about 5 per cent; at Wurzlong,
the French lost 31 per cent., and
the army gave up the contest and
retreated to the Rhine; at Racom,
Marshal Saxo lost 2J per cent ; at
Zurich, Massena lost 8 per cent; at
Laquz, Frederick lost GA per cent ;
at Lodi, Napoleon lost 1 per cent;
at Yalniy, Frederick William lost 3
per cent; at Marengo and Auster
litz, Napoleon lost an average of
less than 14 per cent., and at Ma
genta and Solfcrino, the average loss
of both was less than 9 per cent.
These are. only a few of tho great
modem engagements, and show the
enormous losses on the American
battle-fields as compared with those
across tho seas under some of the
most renowned commanders of the
old world. The value of the Ame
rican soldier was known and recog
nized, but the present geneialion
of young men will find these woe
fully sad statistics a presentation of
courage seldom before accorded to
any body of men since the world
began. They tell the tuic story of
the modest soldiers, who fought ac
cording to the faith that was in
them, who came so often face to
face with death that much of death's
gravity became their own, who were
fatalists from the very nature of
their environments, who wcie pa
tient in defeat and merciful in vic
Held no fin, or crime, or vice,
As 1 ad as that of cow ai dice.
NOTICE is hereby given to till the
members of (lie Company that
none will be allowed to io.c at the com
ing election of Kngineeis who are in.
debted to the Company in the sum of
1 or upwaid-i. Hy calling on the
Foicraan members cin learn how they
sttir.d. C. J. MCCARTHY,
Foreman, Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2.
FOll SAN FllANOISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho abovo
poi I on
Tuesday, June 5th,
For Freight or IV.swjr'
WM, G. ISWIN & CO., Agents.
IN KEGS OF 25 to 50 LBS.
FOR SALE CHEAP
WE hao aga'n on hand a few of
our exceptionally superior Suif
Boats in sizes irom 13 to 21 feet, As
tlicso boats speak for themselves, wo in
vitc inspection. Pilco as low as any.
Wo have also several 70 lb Clinker,
coppcr.fiiBt, recreation boulf, vlthoars
and rowlocks, complete. Oapabln of
holding three persons. Just tho thing
for an impromptu regatta, spin mound
harbor, lal.o or river. Price from fin to
CO dollurs. Also a light Baggage Ex.
press Willi two poitiiblo cu'hloncd seats,
handy for lmblueEs or n family out of
town, am ono ttiong Hand Catt. Cheap
for cash, at J, A. DOWKKW,
Piintci'n Lane, Punolibonl Bt
Mutual Tolo. No, K P. O. UoxNo,45D.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Koxoi.tn u, M y 58, 1 S3.
BATTALION OKUKll, No. 1, N. S.l
T?V12HY metnliT nf the lint
JLJ lulmn is luicbyo dcred to
it o i at tin' Arnio y n W HI).
Nh-DvV, th 00 It tn-t. 1) co.
latlui D.iv. ui 1 o'cl'ok r M.
sharp, in Full Dies. Uniform,
fexcent Uo. 'O" whl. h will re
riYKT-p pni i in ratignu unuoini) lonni
yXtr tit ror.1 motion h the marines
. n 1 lln . of li I! S S T nir-lilp Van
.' llu win i eon to Uio W lM.oig
. orJ t,
11. F. llti.iHAlU),
G. W. MrLr-on,
Caplalu and Adjutant. 51 2t
Will take place at ihu Encinc Room
of Mechanic Ungii c Com
pany No. 2,
On Monday Even'g, June 4, '88,
open at 0 o'clock and
at !) o'clock.
EgTSecretariis of the fcvimhI Conipa-iih-b
sue requisite! to tile with the under
aipuctl their lists of qualiilcd otcrs on
or before Situiday, June 2nd.
fil td Ch in man of Election.
G. A. R. NOTICE.
IliiAWQUAiiTr.Rs, Gi:o. W. DlLono")
Post, No. 15. 1)i:it. or Cam- I
roitxiA, U. A. It. f
llo.NOl.ULC, Mnj 23, 1SSS. J
ORDER No. 2.
I. Iu puisnaiicc of General Order0,
No , WEDNESDAY, May IlOili, will
bo oliM-rvtd by this Pest us Memorial
Day. AH Comrades will melt at Head
quotes, King street, at 2:1) o'clock
r. m, in Daik (.'lollies, While Gloves,
Black Fell Il.its ami Badges.
II. The Column will form on King
street in fiont ol Head lUirlcr and, es
coiled by the Battalion of Honolulu
Hillcs, and Mirinc- and Blue .Jackets
from the IT. S. S. Vandnlia, take up hue
of Match promptly at !3 v. m.
III. 'lhe C luinn will march along
King sticot to Fort btrect, up Foil street
to iieretaula street, along Bereianii
street to Nuuanu Avenue to the Ceme
tery, wheic appropriate services will be
Leld at our plot, in honor of tho memory
of our deceased comrade.
IV. AH honorably discharged Hoi.
dieis, Niilcrs and Minims, or tliOenow
in the U. S. service, and Sons of Vete
rans, uccuidially invited to join with
the Post ri the "obseivnnce ot tho day,
and tiie citizen? generally are also in
vited to participate.
V. Fiieuds of our organization are
mpcctfully luqucstcd to send flowers,
bouquets, terns, eti ., to the Hall as em ly
as convenient, which will be used for
IV. Comrades will endeavor to im
pres upon their f. lends tint Memorial
Day is not a holiday devoted to amuse
ments, hut a holy day, sicied to the
memory of thousands who died that our
country might live; and it i hoped our
community will unite with us in the
solemnities of the day, and will, so far
as practicable, close fhcii places of busi
ness on the aiteinonn of A eduesd.iy.
By order of
V. V. ASHFORE,
J. F. Noiu.i:,
Adjutant. 54 2t
HAf AIM 0PE1A HOOSE
Under Distinguished" Patronage.
Mr. Washington Irving Bishop,
The Oilginal and NV.orld Eminent
Ilni consented to givo a public exem-
pliflc.uion of hlb strange
SATURDAY EYENHIG, June 2,
liox Plan will be open on Thursday,
at!) o'clock a jr., at J. E, Brown &, Co'a,
Proceeds in aid uf tho British Bene,
volcnt booiily, the American Benevo.
lent Society and 'the Liliuokahuil Kdu.
cational Kociely. Dt lw
IS hereby given tli'it Chong Lcongand
Chong Yuen htvo eo.d all their
tight and Interest in the Kong Fook
Yuen, Piovlsion Coinpmv, on .Mnuna
kea street, and in the Kong Fook Tal
h'oio at Hamilci, Kauai, to Chong Yuen
Ho niid Uiong Fong, who will manage
the two compa- io, and will rolled and
piy all debts of the 11 1 in of Kong F)ok
i'uen Co, 51 lw
ALL amounts due tho flim of Brown
& Co., Wino fc Splilts Merchants,
of Honolulu, that were contracted pic.
vlotis to tho fiOlli day of Mutch last, If
not settled bcfoic the Oth day of Juno
next, will bo placed in tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue for, and recover at nnre.
A. J. OAimVIUGHT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown &. Co.
Honolulu, May 31, lt88, 481m
rPHE VEEKLY BULLETIN
X Island subset iptlou, 1 per annum.
Auction Sales by Levis J. Lovey,
On SATURDAY June 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
I will sail at Pubho Auction, at the
tcsldence of R. J. Cn Ighton, E q.,
llieliaid streit, oppodte the R tyiil Ha
The wliolo of Ills Household Furnituro,
'f'll is ll g "f
One Elegant Upright Piano 1
By Sti atliam & Coy. This firm received
the 1st prize gold medal, at Mcchunlo's
Fair, S. F., for the superiority of their
One splendid B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Silk & Plu-h.
One Large Black Walnut Btagcre,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame. Subject:
Drawing Room of Quoen Victoria at
St. James' Palace.
One Largo Ebonized Finnic Mirror,
Large and Small Rugs,
Bronze Ornament1'. Cornices, Chau.
delicra and Lamps,
1 B.Y. Bedroom Set, Teuesseo M. T.,
1 li. W. ?.i Bedstead, 1 B W. Bed-
loom Set, Woven Wire & Hair Mat-
tr.iasej1, Mosquito Net", Blading
Lounge, Picture ,
Splendid B. W. hidebowl, 11. AV.
Pillai K. Dining Table Ai Chairs,
Ciockeiy &, Glissmuc, S.-wiugMe.
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils,
Meat Safe, Ice Chest, Veranda
Chairs, etc., etc. Also,
One Family Horse !
Broken to Saddle & Hamcs,
1 Side Saddle nearly new.
IST'-Tlio house will bo oj en for in
spection on FHIOAY, preUons to djy
rfbiile. The Auctioneer doiins to call
attention to the 1 idics and gentleman of
Ilono'ulu to thii feiile of high class Fur
niturc. IiEWIS J. LEVEY,
15 12t Auctioneer.
' (On Ice)
Per S. S Australia,
Bff. J. KOIiTB, Proprietor.
Hawaiian Jockey Club.
NOTICE Is hcieby given that Hie final
entries for tbe Hawaiian Dciby,
)i mile dash for 2-year olds, native
bred, to be run under the auspices of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club on tlicllth
of June, 1881), will bu closed on the tiOth
of June, 1S88.
Alo, that noinlnations for the follow
ing inees niiii-t be handed to the Secre
tary, accompanied with entrance fee,
on orbefoie tbe aoth of June, 1888:
"Hawaiian Dei by," 1SU0 foa's of
1888 Sweepstakes of 50 added To bo
divided as the Ulub may diieet. Jf mile
dash for 2-year old, native hied, 10
to be paid on nomination, and $15 on
orbefoie lhe 30th of June, 188!), foifcit
unless filled by payment of the remain
ing 25 on or bcfoic June 1, 181)0.
'Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1S80 Sweepstakes of 6-'."i added. 1 mile
d:ub for 3-year olds, native hied, 810 to
be paid on nomination, fotfeit unless
Idled by payment of lcmaiuing 15 on
orbefoie June 1, 1SS1.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1800 Sweepstakes of 50 ndded To be
divided as the Club may diieet. 1 mile
dash for 3-year olds, native bird, foals
of 1887, 10 to be paid on nomination,
and 615 on or befoio the 30th of June,
1889, foifeit unless tilled by payment of
the remaining 25 on or betoic June 1,
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1801 Sweepstakes of $100 ndded To
be divided as the Club tuny diieet. 1
mile dash for 3-year olds, native hied,
foals of 18S8, 10 to be paid on nomina
tion, 15 on or bcfoie Juno 30, 1880,
and 25 on or befoio June 30, 1890, for
feit unless filled by payment of the re
lunlnlug 50 ou or befoio June 1, 1801.
Xfcjy" Jhililes iniido after abovo dates
must pay double
O. O. BEBGEB,
Eccietary, Haw. Jockey Club.
MISS. P. THEELE,
On Bcrotania street near Plikoi.
(Formeily JIcGulro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, Frcnoh and German taught, aud
Music Lesions given.
A fafo conveyance will call for and re.
turn children living at n distance.
72 MtiiunlToleplionoNo.no). film
Per bark " Ceylou,"
-3,000 PKGS OF-
Hay ik Grain
FOR SALE CHEAP
JOHN F. COLBURN'S,
40 King Street. lw
r ' 'i Ik3aS a. Xra a i . i
jyH vetww'iyA'Ja.' x-.j-Iu- rati
Auction Sale by Jamos F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On MONDAY, June li, '88,
AT lit O'CLOCK 9,'OON,
At my Silniomn. (u fi 'rt'el, I will
tell ill Pni Ho Au-llon
Four Dasirable Lois,
At Kaplolanl Bark, as follows:
Lots Nos. 127, 128, 129 & 130
On the makal side of the Park, running
from the ro id to the sea, and adjoining
Ihelolsof'f.MiiTnnd Dr. Wight. Size
of well lots", CI) feet front by $.00 feet
These lots aro situitcd on the bench,
iu a pUnennt locality and olFur
an oppoitutiity to procure a
Delightful Sea-side Residence,
tSTFor fuithor parlloalars apply to
JAS. F. MOllGAN,
51 Ct Auctioneer.
Valuable City Properly!
By order of A. J. Carhvrlght aud W. F.
Allen, As'igniciof the 1 stataof
Frank mown, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, Jnne 4tli, '88,
AT 1SJ O'CLOCK XOOX,
Vnlnalilfi PflPUHl nf Land
IU1UUU1U 1U1UU1 .Ul XJUUU,
Situa'cd on Jlcwhant street, lietwecn
the Sehnefer Building and ICalakaua
Ilnlc, containing an arei of :f,80"i bquare
feet, and bounded as l'ullows:
KumiingSO SlOffot along Jlerchart
street, 109 010 feel along the Sduefcr,
Jaegei and Cuminiii' lot, 2j 2-'0 feet
nltinc Ant'ion pupiriy, imd 10J 5-10
fett along Govprnnmni lot.
The fciile cf t ds valuable property
olTeis one of lhe Jew opportunities lo
In tho business portion of the City.
fiSTFor further paiticulars nprly to
tho Aidiguce, or lo
JAS. F. MORGAN,
'5 5t A'ictioiiecr.
For Japan & China
The Nirpon Yuscn K.iishaM Fine
Will bo due at this port on or about
June 3rd, 1S8S,
And will rct rn about tho 10th of
sime month lo Japan This tine vessel
has first class aicommodnti n for
Saloon. Second Class or Steernge Pas
sengers. Passengers for China will bo
transferred at Yokohama.
BSyFor further particulars apply to
"WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
43 tf Agents.
HORSE FOR SALE
PBICE, SCO casli My
bay carriage Horse.
la llmrnnn-lilv lirnkpn
ffijfrvjyisy "and has a vciy easy gait
uudcr the bridle. C. M. HYDE,
No. 122 Bcrctania Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
"a "COMFORTABLE Cottage
ffikJf'Wl v on Beretania btreet, near
PISlKwaa Pllkoi, mauka side, recently
renovated. Largo yatd, etc. Rent, ?20
per month. App'v to
52 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
A GOOD DRIVER, (tnanied orun.
married), who can also take care
ot a garden. Written applications with
lofeiences and mentioning nf wages.
Address "O. D.," Bulletin Offlce.
81 Klnu; Street.
(Store formeily occupied by late Win.
All Kcpnii'H Warranted.
my 22 89. ly
X 'llio beat
puper to semi auioail
$5 per annum
A REWARD of Two Hundred and
Fifty Dollars (250) will be ptdd
foi information that will lend lo tho
arrest and conviction of tho person or
proone, who ttolo ihu following des
cribed Jewelry fiom tho residence of
Mr. W. tf. Luce, on Wednesday, May 10,
1 Diamond Ring, 5 Diamonds on the
1 Diamond Rinjr, largo Solitaire Dia
mond, 1 Diamond Urocch, Gold Oyster Shell,
a laige Diamonds,
1 Ring, laige OilentalSolitalto Pearl,
1 Pr. Solitaire Diamond Eirrlugs,
1 Pr. Solitaire Pear) Earrings, large
J NO. II. SOBER,
Mnrshnl'n Offlr-o, May 'A !Pb8. 40 1 w
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it in tho Daily Bulletin.
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Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
On THURSDAY, May 31, 1888,
AT XO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At inv i-alo-nom, Quein stieet, I Mill
tell nt Public Auction, for account
of whom I. may concern
A Quantity of Prints !
Damagrd in ihu fire of May 20!h, In the
Wo Lun Sam Sing Co. Store.
JAS. F. 3LOKGAN,
AUCTION SALE OP
On FRIDAY, June 1st, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. JL,
At the usldenco of J. M. Oat, Esq.,
l.inma street, I will sell at Public
Household Furniture !
1 Prcscott Parlor Organ,
AVickei Rockers, Curtnins & Cornice,
Pendant Hangi'g Lamp
Picture?, Rugs Shells,
1 Baby Carriage,
B. W. Marble-top Bedr'm Set,
Mattrnses, Ho3qulto Net,
Koa Crib and Mattrass !
B. W. Extension Table, Meat f-.ife,
Ciockcry & Glassware,
Gypsy Queen StoYe & Utensils, &c, &c.
JAS. F. MORGrAN.
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 Saleroom, Queen street, the
LEASES of the following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Koua, Hawaii, as follow.-:
For a Terra of IS Years.
1 The Ahupnaa of Waiaha, dts
cribed in R. P. No. 1030.
2 Land at Kaliului, Kona-, described
inR. P. Ko. G277 A.
3 Aliupuaa of Kaliului. Kona, apana
3, H. P. KiCO.
4 AkupuAR of Kalama. Kona; apana
2, R. P. KiO'J. L C A.8rlC B.
5 Aliupuaa of Pahcchoe. Kona, R. P.
6 Aliupuaa of Kaloko, apana 11, L
C. A. 77,5, containing 4809 acres.
7 Abupuia of Lnnihauiki, N. Kona,
apana 2, of It. P. 3113, containing 3010
8 Ahunuaa of Ilonuaula, apana 4
aud 5, of R. P. 3143, containing 20 48 100
0 Ahtipuna of Moeanoa, apana 27, of
L. C. A. 0!)71.
1 0 Abo, the Iieaso for li years of the
Kula portions of MoUauea, at Kalibi,
Oaliu, miiknl of tlio rice plantation, and
cxt-iiidiiu' 10 within 100 feet cf fish
ponds of II s Majesty.
11 Also, the Lease for 10 yeats of
tho unleii'-ed portion of Iwilei, includ
ing Sta Fishciy, containing about C4
acres, more or less.
And at the same time v,i'l be sold a
Parcel of Land at AM, Lahaina,
Described in R. P. 8115, L. C. A. 0705 B.
containing 3 Booils and 14 Rons,
Terms PayaWo semi-annually in
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
ESTFor further particulars apply to
tho Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
35 cod Auctlotucr.
J. I. Dowsett, Jr.,
W. H. Lowell -
nbovo Dairy has "como to stay,"
and is prepared to bupply
To the Honolulu Public at
Would rispsrtfully solicit patronage,
and refers by permission to the follow,
ing persons, viz: H. J. Nolle, Dr. Mc.
Wayne, Geo. F, Smith, of Benson,
bmflh & Co,, tho Manager of tho Ha.
waiian Hotel and other.s as to tho qua
lity and purity of tho milk. 40 lw
THE ONLY PAPER rrad by all
X classes "The Dally Bulletin." 60
cents per month.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Sale of Real Estato in Kalilii Valley,
BY ordor of Robert N. Bowl, tho tin.
designed will sell at public auc
tion, at his Saleroom, on Queen street,
On Monday, Juno 4, 1S88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
Tho follow in ir piece of lmd situate in
Kallhl Viil e , and more fully
I A piece containing an are. of
a iu-iuu acres.
2 A pkeo containing atca of 00K
Both pieces include tho holo of the
land described In No. lo of Rojnl Pa.
tent fiOl to Alexander Ad mis and 'known
as "Kawaalo.i," containing an men of
73 0.10 acres.
This land has been divided iu two
pieces running from tho Kallhl stteam
to the top of the mountain on tho last
sldooftho valley and adjoins tho pro.
perty of Mr. A. Rosa.
The division was made with a view
of enabling purchiii-cis to obtain a small
farm mid a miHblp homo. The land is
suitable for the cultivation of banana
aud other Island ptodliets.
The piece will lo started at nn upset
price of $400.
E2?-For luilher particular apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
47 8t Auctioneer.
Building LotsFor Sale.
BY order of .1. M. Jlonsarrat, I will
sell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT 13 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street,
The following Building Lots sitit'itsd
on the north-west or Bwa side ot Llliha
street, in Honolulu, mauka of the tesi
deuce of Benl. C.niipbtll, and opposito
tho Kaluna Premises, viz.:
lot A Frontage of 100 feet on Lillha
sited. Deptli of G8.3 feet on mauka
side and 59.3 feet on makai side.
Lot B Adjoining the abovo lot on
makal side. Frontage of 112 feet on
Liliha street. Depth of 50.3 feet on
mauka side and 32.3 feet on makal s-ide.
Lots A and B Ho along Liliha street
immediately in fiont of property bo,
longing to the Catholic Mission.
lot 0-Fiontag. of 82 feet on Liliha
stieU. Deptli ot 175.0 feet on mauka
side and 170.0 feet on makai side.
Title perfect. Title Deeds and Maps
may be seen al my oillce.
TERMS-"Hall cash and half on moiigago
for 1 year at 9 per cont annum.
ESyDecds niid mortgages at the cx-
pensu oi putciiaser.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, June 6th,
at io o'clock; a. ot..
At the residence of Cant. Wm. Unger,
Monsarrat Premises, Union a ree', I
will sell at Public Auction, (on account
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
- -coMrinsiKO' - -
One Per Spare Piano,
(A splendid instrument, in cood order),
Black 15. Marble-top Center Table,
Largo Center Bugs, Sofa Rugs,
1 3-light Pendant Chandelier,
One Ebony Parlor Set !
1 Lireo B. W. Book Cae.
Embioidercd Tables & Scarf,
Lace Curtains & Pole?,
Kensington Embroidered Pictures
3 B, Y. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
1 B. AV. Chetlbuiire,
Decorated Olmiiibca- Sot
1 Ash Bedroom Set,
a Pine Bcdtoom Set,
1 Wheeler Wilton Sewing Machine,
1 Carved B.W. M.T. Sideboard,
Vienna Dining & Arm Chairs,
1 Decorated Dinner Set.
1 Japanese Tea Bet,
An assortment of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 B. W. Extension Dining Table,
Silver Plated Ware,
1 Upholstered Bed Lounge,
lSdayOloeli, 1 B. W. Desk,
One WchL-woocI Stove,
1 IUfngeiator, 1 Meat Safo,
Lawn Mower, Yeranda Chairs, &c &c.
ESyTho preml'es will bo opon for in.
spection on TIJKSD.VY, June 5th, from
0 A. M. to !) 1. M
JAS. A. MORGAN,
f3 td Auctioneer.
Fort Street, ne.M Lucas, Mill,
Ship's Blacksmitlring, Carriage
Building to Hepairlng,
Drays, Carts & Wagon Building a Specialty.
Every description of woik in tho
abovo lines performed in a first-class
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Orders from tho other Islands bollclted.,
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