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&,' BY AUTHORITY. contains 8 strnncU of Iso. 18 copper AUCtlOIl SalO DV JdmOS F. MM, AUCtlOIl SBldS bV JaiQCS F. MOMD.
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Holders of water privileges, or
those paying water rates, re hereby
notifieil that tlio hours for using
water fqj irrigating put poses, are
from : 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock a. M.,
nnd4 o'clock to G o'clock r. .m.
"All those found -lolMlng the above
rale will ho liable to linro their supply
of wator cut off.
OHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 18SH. 21)1 tf
T II 13
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But eitabtished for the ienefit of all.
MONDAY, JULY 20, 189.
THAT LIBEL CASE.
Mr. "W. A. Kinney, represent.!
tire for Hamakua iu the late Legis
lature, has come home from a pro
longed absence on the Coast, breath
ing out thrcatenings and slaughter
against all who reflected unfavora
bly upon his desciting the Chinese
amendment to the Constitution at
the critical moment, after he had
taken a very prominent part in
working up an agitation, both within
and without the Legislatuic, to se
cure the passage of that mi ssure.
The first victim of his vengeance se
lected is Mr. P. A. Dias, editor oi
the Luso llawaiiano, who in that
Portuguese journal stated incident
ally, in the course of an otherwise
very appropriate article, that Mr.
Kinney left the country "suddenly
and mysteriously at the supreme
moment." Mr. Kinney, to be im
partial, should have about nine
tenths of the electors of Honolulu
arrested for slander. Only that
members of the staffs of English
newspapers were privately con
vinced that Mr. Kinney's leav
ing the country was personally
necessary and honorable, he
would have had occasion to haul
their responsible conductors before
the bar likewise. Now, Mr. Kinney
should reflect that, at the time . he
went to San Francisco, he left be
hind him, not only the ordinary re
bponsibility of a representative, but
the added weight of accountability
for having wrought up intense pub
lic feeling upon the important mat
ter in question. Theicfore, the out
burst of the Portuguese paper re
garding his departure was very
natural and withal much milder than
common town talk. His leaving was,
to the great majoritj of people, a sud
den event, aud being incomprehensi
ble in consideration of his position
was, to those who were not inform
ed of his private affairs, certainly a
mystery. Mr. Kinney would there
fore, we believe, consult his own in
terests as ttcIJ as those of the anli-
Chinese cause, most of whose sup
porters will still welcome him back
as an able and honest champion, by
abandoning any further prosecu
tions for public or pi ivate utterances
made in the heat of popular dis
appointment and vexation over the
fato of the constitutional amendment
and the lamentable discoveries of
corruption in connection therewith,
for which several members were
convicted and made public examples
of in open Legislature. It is whis
pered, moreover, that the insti
gator of this suit against Mr. Dias
is a public olllcial who was at the
appeatanco of the offensive article
one of the publishers of the paper
in which it appeared. Having quai
reled with his associates he would
now injure them through the iustiu
mentality of Mr. Kinney.
The schooner C. II. Tupper, Cap
tain Kelley, arrived Sunday, fifteen
days from llritibli Columbia with
3 05 miles of cable and land line fur
the inter-island submarine cable.
The Tupper wa9 only 12 clays from
Cape Flattery to this port, which is
an exceptionally good trip. On
board the schoonei woe .Mr. J. K
Bartholomew, superintendent aud
part owner of the Pacific Cable Com
pany. The other member of the
linn is Mr. K. C. Uaker, member
of the Dominion Parliament. Mr.
Bartholomew vvao interviewed this
morning by a Bvllctik reporter,
wbo obtained the following informa
tion, The material of which the cubic
it composed is iron, Russian
hemp, gutta'percha and copper. It
contains'8 strands of No. 18 copper
wiro conductor, insulated to 6.
32ncls. The insulation is of gutta
pcrclia served with Russian hemp,
Clark's compounds. Tho diameter
o the deep sea portion Is H inches ;
of the intcruicdiale,nbout 1 inches;
and of the shoio cuds about 1
inches 2,400 lbs., 3100 lbs. and 7
tons to the mile, lespcctively. The
core is the same as the French At
lantic and the Upo of the cable the
same as that adopted by the Anglo
American Cable Company. Tloie
is also a large uuiu'icr of white and
red cedar poles for the land line.
The cable that arrived is for the
first division to be laid from Napili
bay, Maui, to Pukoo, Molokat,
'thence overland nud across the chim
in., to Coco Head. There is 4
milea of submarine" cable, the rest
being land line.
Mr. Bartholomew stated that the
delay in getting the cable here wus
at the factory in New York, a gov
ernment contract being in the way.
He hns brought with him working
models, cabling, compounding and
armoring machinery, with the inten
tion of starting n cable factory in
Honolulu. Also, telephone and
telegraph apparatus for operating
insluimcnts. The only thing to be
imported will be the gutta pcrcha
composition, and this is done for
climatic reasons. He has four full
nets of instruments for cable huts
for testing for faults orolhcrtroubles
as tliey may arise. In fi.ct, he has
every instrument necessary for a
cable facloiy. The cable was coiled
down in the schooner by Thomas
Stcclrs, formerly of the Silvciton
Cable Factory and Henley Cable
Works, England. Stcelcs came on
the schooner ami is now Jn the em
ploy of the Pacific: Cable Company.
Everything ai rived in good order
and work in laying the cable will
Mr. Bartholomew showed our re
porter some very line instruments
he has fixed in the cabin of the
schooner, and used in laying cable.
That gentleman is thoroughly con
versant with everything pertaining
to cables. The intention is to have
the tug Eleu tow the schooner while
paying out the cable, which will con
nect the inlands of Hawaii, Maui,
Oahu aud Kauai.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Auction Sale of Elegant
r nm instructed by Sin M. OllEEN to
sill at I'ublio Auction, ul hi;. ruiiluLi e
21!) Koit st ei t. (:i account of departure
fiom Hie Kiiigdotn),
On Tuesday, July 30,
AT JO O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Tiliole of his Housclio'd Furniture
and Kllects c-ouiiiriiitig in purl
1 Sum WehBr Piaiirlii,
In Kxct-lltnt Order, a Splendid In
1 Iil'.r.U Ebony Htncrc,
1 (Slack Kbony nnd Giit Janllnierc
wiib Painted l'nnclp,
1 Klfpani 15. W. I'arlor Suite, U.
holflereii in Kaw hilli;
i W. Ladies,' Woik'luble,
Ch'-iro l!ron7e ,t hina Ornaments,
C'liamlelicrs & Lam; a,
Large & Small Rugs,
1 15. W. Conibia.uion Secretary &
1 It. C! Ilcd Loiini'c, Slarblu op Cen
tre Tank 8,
Uir.cket IZany Cbair,
Elegant . W. Sidobonrd,
1J. W. Extuision Uiniug Table, U.
Oil Cloth is Matting, Lounge,
15. YV. Waidrobc v.iih Plato Glass
1 DECORATED DINNER SET
Empress Stove ft Kitclu n U'enfdln,
2Fiiiu 15. V. IJulioom tetn, Slur-
1 Painted Bedroom 8t,
1 Klegiml 15. v-. C'liLllbnierc,
Mosquito Rets, Hair & Spriug Mattresses
' TL W. Children's Ucdt-tead,
1 15. W. Comblnaliou Chtld'i Bed.
Olashwure, Cioekcry, Culkry,
Harden Huso ft Tools, ftu., &c.
BSf Tho ITotitc will bo open for in-
p:cnoii on .MONDAY, July UUlli, from
10 to 3 o'clock v. m.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
SPECIAL SALE OF
Groceries, &c &c.
On Wednesday, July 31st,
AT 10 O'CI.OUK A. 31,
I will Fell at Public Auction, ut WOLr E
ft CO'.S htore, on Kinc htreot,
thu liahuicu of Htocl; of
Counter?, Sliel vim.', Show Cises,
One Macueale & Urban Snfo,
1 Ilorso ft Delivery Wagon,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
311 Ut Auclionccr,
I have been Instructed to sell at Public
Auction, nt my jNtlesrootn,
On THURSDAY, Aug. 1st,
AT I O'CLOCK KOOX
Those Dcslrnblo Premises known
tUtUftt-id on the comer of Beretnnla
sticet n-d Gar en Line, ntljoiiiing tho
rc-tlileju-c of l)r Miner
The Lot lnis a, froti'neo of 71 fct on
Bc'etntiia street, nud K'CI feet on Harden
Lune. There- Is a
LARGE - DWELLING - HOUSE,
1 Cbttap.c and Out Houses
On the Property.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
iCE CF SALE !
Whereat, the moitgajju hereinafter
mentioned huth been htreiotoio du y
forcclo-ed by advertisement of inori
uagec'x notice of intention t-i foreolufce,
now, thurefore, bv order of V. (J. At.
wi.ter, U. II. tt limine, mul M. U. Mon.
hitirnt, TruMecs nl IlKrnionv Loilpu No.
rt, I. U. O. P., iiml iiiciWoro of M. I).
Mousiiri at, Cecil Brow n r,ml Fritz Wil
helm, former Trustees of tahl tl rmonj
Lodge No. 3, 1. (). O. P., in'irtgHgi'C'i of
u certain indcntiuc of mortgage dated
the ''Jib cbiy of Alienist, 18S7,,nnil re.
cortlril in the oftlec f thu lhiirsirar of
Conveyances, In Liber 105, on foiio- 2'i'l
and 240; I am directed lo sell at Public
At my a.ilosrno'n on Q icpii Btrcct, in
IIoaiMiln, a jmrt of tbe property in.
clndi'd and described in said ruostKaRe
ALL THAT -
Certain Piece or Parcel of Land
Situate on Volcano elieot, at Purahou,
llilo, island of Hauaii, lli'vai an Is.
lands, being a pur:, of Itoval Paluit No
1104, L. U. Award No."377!, is lied to
Alpinepine, and bounded nud deicribed
UouiiiU'iiiing at the S W rn'iiika cor
ner of the lot of .1 I) SI ills on Volcano
otro't; thence running nloiiR this street
to tho M W (on.er of the estate of John
iN'omo'i:, N CO V 7S luK fionl: iherce
aloni; tin cst'ite ol ,lobn Noninii1, S 4V
IV V 8a f.-ut and S r,2 t.V W 30 (in all
17 ft"-i l the W cut hit of Iho land
of ICul'ic, ami n'otig hij lot, the m ink. i
aide in tho I mil or Sin- Ilapai, :i At 110'
K (W feet, mid lliciieu S westelv aloni;
the S K linu of the lot. ot I I) MilU. N
4i itj' K 8a fiet and N Ci E r.p) fecu
(147) io the point of commencement.
Peeilo nt ispcii'-c if urehaer.
For luithur j-anie:i'ars apply lo
JAS. P. JUOUGAN,
Or to .1. M. Slonsarrat, Attorney foi
Honolulu, .July 1889,
NOTICE OF SALE I
Vherra, the inoiifnge hereinafter
meniioict hti'h been heretoli iu duly
foriclO'.t'ii uy nuvcrilhuiutiiit ot morlsa
L'ee'n noiico of intention lo loriclosi-,
now. tlieu-fore. by order of J 'hn F.irn -uorib,
of II-uo.ulu, I -haul of Oahu,
morljj'ugie of a ret uin indeuiiue ol
inoiiunae, datid thu 2'Jd d.iy of Novem
bet, A I) Si'i, and i'i.aordi d in tho nfllce
of the Uejji t'ar of Conveyances, in
Liber 1)5, lolins 470-2, 1 am directed to
tell at Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, August 1st.
AT l'! O'CI.OCEC MMIX,
At my ealesroom, on Queen st, In Ho
nolulu, tin; property iuo uded and des
ciibed in said moilgiie, iii follows.
Certain Paresis of Lai
Situated in the Island ot Volokai, ami
inoiu p.ii li ularly described an fol-
lowf.. to it:
1 All that curtain piece or parcel of
hind biliuito at Kaio, iialawa, contain
ing an area of ill acres 20 perches, and
being the name premises desLfibed in
Itoyal Patent No OLU L 0 Awaid No
41)111 to Kaiiieheu.
L' 11 that certain piece or pared of
laud Hltiiato ut 1111, In said Iialawa, eon.
tabling an iiie.i of 2 roods 'ill ijcjoIiof,
and being tlio same pieuiisen du-eribed
iu Itiiynl P tent Xo OTlfi.L C Award No
4 !ll to Kaiiuii.
y 11 tin fee certain ! res or parrels
of laud hitiiati; at Kapualel, in bald Inl
and of Molokal, contain! g iu all an
area of :! acivh nd 178 fathoms, and be
ing tliosanio pi'uiiUuR deciibi-d in L C
Award Xo MM II lo Pelnoa.
The above meulloued and described
premUes being the annie- that wo o eon
wyed to rtaiil Hainuel K Kainaipeleltnne
by deed dated tli of October, lb7v, aud
leeoided In Liber (12, on lojios fi,"i-(J.
4 til tlul eei tain piece or paieel of
laud hitiialu at ilommllvwil, In said Inl
and nf Molokal, cnuiiiiuiug an area of
li ados, a d being tho muiio pr uiises
deefiibed in lloyal Patent (Oiant) No
UU.i to Kaniilbciitaiiia, and that weio
ciniveyt'd to (-,,1(1 Sam lie I K Kauialpelu
Kane 'by 10 1' Kutiminulekauu, I deed
daicdJiily 8, 1H7I1, iiiui iccmded In Li
ber Gl, folio 0i
r All that cei tain piece or iiarccl of
laud ffltutitu at hiilimulia, lu said I.-land
of .MoloUai, and being the same prein
Lcs deet'iibed iu I. (' ward No ib7,aud
containing an area of 7 acre.
Leeilt, at expense of pin chaser.
5? For further paiileulaiii apply to
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
Or to J. M. Jlouaarrat. Attorney for
Dated Honolulu, July U, 188y.
TRUSTEES SALE OF
REAL - ESTATE
By order of tho Trustees of His Ma
jesty's Esiate I will bell at Public
Auction, at rny Salesroom,
On Thursday, Aug.- I,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
The Following Paiccls or Land:
One Lot at Piinaio I
On the WniliiUi mail, ndj olng the
piemtio of it. A. Wideniuiui Ncltig
Apnnii i-'-ot L. ('. A. 2011. lo ICihllcmho,
containing 1 7B-1Q0 uctex.
Upstt Price $llZ5.
2 Taro lM at iDlmli,
Mnnoa, Oiiliu being it I' 2601, I.OA
I'ljfi. lo Paidiinl for Kol, ton id hg
Upset Price $aO.
f i i
E OF SALE !
Whereas, the mortgage her- inafter
mentioned hath been li rct"fore duly
foieeloucd by iuheiiIeiiK'iit of the
mortgagc-Vs nirice of luteiitlou tof tc
I'lnse, now therefoie by order of A. J.
Cartwright.Tiimcoot the Kstnto of It.
W. Hull', late of Jloiiiilulu, Island of
Oahu, deceased, uioitgayee of u eeitaln
indentuie of iniutgage. dated 'Jild day
of Augitbt, A. I), lsst. and roeoideil in
the nil! e of the JlegUtrar of Convey
ance in Liber HI, lollop 270 3. 1 am
diiceted lo sell at Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, August 1st, 1889,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At my alesroom, on Queen street, in
llouoiitlu, tho piopeity included and
desi'iibed In said inuitgage. as follow:-:
All those Certain Parcels of Land
Situated at Kapalann, lloiiolitlu, Island
of Oahu, aud in Hi o. Island of Hawaii,
and 111010 pailiculaily described as fol
1 All that cei tain piece o parcel of
land situate at Kaw niiki. In Mid Kapa
Kinia anil hounded ami descilbetl a lol
low's; Kkolii loi me k.ihi kuhi 111.1 Ka
waiiki. Honolulu, o hooinaka ana ma
ke kihi akaii o ki'ia ap.iua aitia c dli
ana me ko lvaluahiii- mil a me kapalcna
o Kapalauia a mo Honolulu, c hole ana
1. cma 3.V. tiikiua HO p.iuku ma ko la
luuliiuenui a hikl i ke Kihi ukau o ka loi
i boakaka la no ka nie hi is. Kupauea;
alaiia, hema S8J. koin., 47 pauku u
heina ;l i, lilkiu.i 0 puuku, a hema 32,
hikiua 48 pauku ma ka loio S. ICupane.i;
alaiia, hema '2', 3D , k in., Ls pauku a
hema 23-, hiMna2S3 pmkii, e pili ana
mo ko Man a hikl i ka auwai; akiila,
hema 71, koiu. ail pauku u mo akau 8s.
lo', koin 7G jiaiikii ma ka auw.ii me ko
ka 31oi a me Paeaki; alaiia. akau 27',
.in', kom. 3 kaulahao me 1M pauku nui
kauiiwuiiue Paeaki a me Kupnlamn.'n
hiki i ke k hi kouiuhati.i; alaiia, akau
ii.V, hikina 2 kaulahao me 4S iiauku ma
ka pa:i!iia o Honolulu me Kapalauia a
III vi I kahi i hooinaka ai, a mulokuo la
apana aina he 77-100 o ka eka, a ol ikl
asii a cm! iki niai p,ha.
2 Al tliuc ceit.iiu piece or parcel of
laud .situ le at s. lid Kauaiikiand bound
id and described as.folhiwii: Hookah! lot
ma Kawaiiki, Houolulit, c hooinaka ana
ma ke kihi Akau o kei.ilol uni ka paleiia
o ICaele a me Kalualiiiieuui: a e hwlo
lii'iua 3o, hikiua 150 pan u, hema 20
hikiua 138 pauku. u me hema 72, kom.
47 pauku ma ko Kabiahiuenui; alail.1,
akau 21 4.V, kom. 158 pauku ma ko
Man; alail.i, akau 32-, kom. -18 pauku,
akau 35'. kom. 80 pauku, a me akau 58'
15', hikiua 47 p.iuku ma ko Kaele a hiki
i ka lioiimaka ana, a naloko o i.i apana
ho 1 17-1000 o k,i eka, fa oi iki aku a emi
iki mai palia.)
3 All that certain piece or parcel nf
laud situate at baidKiwaliki and boiiml
pii and dcciibcd aaiollows: Klialoi iu
kahi kula ma Kauai. ki, iloui.Iulit,
Oahu, e hooinaka an i ma ke kihi akau
o k ia apana aina, ma ka aleua o ICa
pal.ima a nie Honolulu a me ke kihi
koiiioliana o ko ICuauea, a e holo liciua
3P 3u' hikiua 172 pauku me ko Kuama,
hema 23, lnkina (17 p.iuku, a lieiu.i 07
kom 53 pauku, hema 20- -,V, hikina 1 IS
p.iuku. h ma 8- 40', hikina 15 p.mk i,
honm 27 hikina 77 puuku, hema I
hikina 37 pauku, hema 81, kom. 127
pauku, c pill ana la m u ao.io me ICu.i
uea a me ka Moi; alaiia, akau 33',
koin. 7' pauku me ko nan, akau 25,
kom. 74 pauku ine ko Man. akau 72-.
hikiua 47 pauku, u akau 20- kom 138
pauku, n akau 3.V, kom. 200 pauku me
ko Kupa ea a nie Kaele, akau 05-, hi
kiua 150 pauku ma ka p.ilcua u kaavrale
alo Honolulu a me Kapa aina a hiki I
ka hooinaka ami. a uuiloko o ia apana
aiiin he 0.1-100 n ka eka. (a oi Iki aku a
emi iki mat palm). Tho seven,) above
mentioned am' duigcilbrd pieces or par
cels of laud being pmilons of Jtoval
Patent No. 2302, granted to Keawcahe.
4 All that curtain pi ce or parcel of
land situate at sal. I Kawaiiki. contain
ing an area of 1117 so, fathoms 27 sij
feet and being the spine pieuihes dos
cilbed In Jtoinl Patent No. 5.2, Land
Commission Aw.ud No 1073 lo Kleelc.
0- All that ceituln piece or paieel of
laud situ ite at said Kawaiiki, being one
taro patch bounded on tin ee bides by
the laud of said mort'.'agoi's mid on tho
niakai side by road formerly an nuwal
and being a portion of itoyal I atcnt
No -WOU, Land Comml-slnn Award No
1035 to Man, and win conveyed lo John
P Uacle, father of said Henry PuU Ka
elu and Napoleon nllilkl Kaele, by
Bifid Man b) deed dated the 13th day of
April, 18(50, nnd recorded iu Liber 27,
folios 321 and 322.
(! All thu certain piece or parcel of
hind situate on King Micet, in llilo, 11
ami of Hawaii, nud bounded aud ilcs
cilbed us follows: Commencing on King
btieot at the corner of J Coney's lot
and running thence N til-, tlicneo K
150 chains, i hence S 32 , K 1.4(1 chains,
thenco N fiOU", 15 1.30 clulns. thence S
31, B 2.07 cfuiiim thenco S 31 15 207
cIihIiih, thenco S 84!.'! W 187 to slone
wall, thence S 03. "W 1 18 chains,
theneu N 30 , V 2 70 chain to
coniiucnceineni aud cnnlaluiHg GS-100
acic moiu or less, aud being a poi lion
of Jtoval Patent No. 10, aud was con
veyed to John I' Kaele by Nnoinl by
d' ed dati d the 2 st of November, 18C3,
nud lecorded Iu Liber 20, on folios 180
Deeds at expellee of puirluibcr.
t3r For fin tlier paitlculars apply to
JAS. P. MOIIGAN,
Of to J. M. Moiisarral, Attorney for
Honolulu, July (i, 1080. 311 it
Explaining why the Insurance Commissioners have referred to Tho Mutual ljifo Insurance Com
puny ol'JSew Ytirk as "The Model Lllo Inaurance Comnunj of (.ho World," and why it
is entitled to your first considerations
FOR YOUR WIFE I
FOR YOUR CHILDREN I
FOR YQUR RELATIVES
Tho Mutual Life Iusuranco Company cii New York can furnish this provision in belter
form anil for less money than it can be doue in any other way.
Good and Conclusive B-easons Why?
1. Hceause it is the Oldest active Life insurance Company in the United Slates.
2. It is Hie Largest liniliieiul Institution in the World, ils assets ntnountin-j' to more than
3. It is the Stroiigj'.st and hnfost Company, possessing over Thirty-two Millions of Dollars MOKE
cash resources than the next largest company in the world.
4. It is a Purely Mutual Company, with no stockholders lo claim any part of the profits; the assets
and surplus all belong to the policy holders.
5. Its expenses to receipts have been LESS, and its payments to policy holders MORE than anv other
company, while its Total Surplus earned aud dividends paid have never been equalled, hence
it is the Cheapest Company in winch to insure.
0. It is the Bt'st Company, as it combines all the advantages of ago, largo and select membership, fliian
ciiil strength, absolute security, nnd the cheapest insurance combined with the best investment
that is hone9lfy possible under any contract having a dednato value to the beneficiary, while its
policies are the Sinplcst and most comprehensive as well as tlio most liberal forms of insur
ance contracts ever issued.
A. D. THOMAS, Executive Special Agent, New York. 307 If
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
A Desirable Risita !
FOR SALE at ftUCTlO.S'.
On THURSDAY, Aug
at1 is o'ui.ouk no or.'
Palisroom, Qii' en s'n'i-t, I will
sell at I'uiilii Aumimi,
Situated at Piinahou,
And lately occupied by Mr. . F Gr
h im ai a rciuiiineC. Th- nrcnilM" lime
a frnntiiiic .100 feet 'ii I iiif;liiiii strict
".'00 fiet on Aiii-auiu fUeil nuil 'Jt.O fuel
mi Alexander street. Tlier, i a
Coramociious Dwelling Bouse
On the lot roMiiiininu P.ul ', !! Hn!.
room", Dinniifi .oni, Kib hen anil Pan.
try, etc Also.
With Four MidN n O.iiiia e U-m-mil
Se vants' 1! 'Oin . A t i Wiie
i lifxiirliotiL tin) irimirffc. I In- juuii'li.
aio Hcllcnv. reu wi.h uiasiiini ii'iiu.
The hea'l.iy lociiifn ot Ibi- properly
nnd the rieariups lo the Hiiiiniiuii Train
car:), inaki it mi of the most de-irabb-iiimiiy
rc3iicm es oliVred for snlf.
C'-r'ni uni fm ill-r part cnlais apph
to i". P. G'ldi mi, i r to
Mences at Filliia
TOR SALf. at AUCTION.
I Ii.ivi- rei ived In-'riietioiis to el nt
Public Audi n at mi yule
room. Queen strew,
AT Xii O'CLOCK OliS.
The Following Desirable Properties,
nt letr of i re-iiienee oi
It. II. il uoLalimi:
Contninin-.' 444.100 i i
by lane from K
llOUS'H, CIO., II li
allude aud Inn t
', ui h intiaiire
et brie is a
o III Out.
:. I il.. ul llilb
A'ljolnlnij Lot -V a II e -.lc lor a resi
lience lArr n.
i-mall 'ot, with 'n nai lion- . siu.
The close proximity of .Irs. h is lo
Mngelrcoi, anil the 'ib 111 mil f 1 10
di'iiecs at PaUma, leiulei lliia an im.
u.-ual eharon lo obiai'i tin.- p 1 inise-.
nap 01 nie pioucnj cnii ne ec 111 my
tS?"For further par iuil.irK appl, to
JAS. P. MOWiAN,
A in miner
FILTER PRESSES !
I'AAI'IIAU Pi AN ATIIN, )
lUwAli, Murcn I), lff. J
Illudnn Iron A l.oronmtlvo WorliH,
Gksti.i'mi:n:--We have used two of
your 30 :h unbur U Filar I'icstcs thU
hciihon. They are coiiveiueiit, easily
hiiiullcd and aie 11 01 king entirely to our
Mitipfiiittluu . lean recommend no im
piuvemenl 011 them
Very espec fully youra,
( iKiicd) A. .MOOltK,
Manager Paaubaii Plantation.
These Presses are uiailii exlra havy
for high picssiiies, occupy a Door
sp.ieo 1 feet by 4 f et, ami present a
lllterlng hiuf.ice of Z40 .q ae lot.
A lliultcd iiiimber lu stock In Ilono
lulu and are sold ut very low prices.
Bis3oa Iron & Loo Worka,
Stir For paitieulars enquire of
JO. IN UYlilt, llono it u,
Hooin No. 3 rpreckels' Block.
2250 tf W. G. Irwin & Co., Affont,
Letter on e
IF YOU W8SM TO PROVIDE
FOR A BEQUEST I
FOR AN INCUMBRANCE!
FOR A BUSINESS LOSS I
1 FOR A PARTNERSHIP
109 FOUT STItKKT. HOXOLSJLU.
M COLGATE & COMPANY'S
li TOILET ARTICLES, 11
II k9 Cashmere .Sonquct Toilet Soap. II
II PskctebS Cashmere ISoiiquet Perfume. Jl
li JlLJaSl Violet ToUet Water. SI
II IP Bince Bouche, (Dentifrice.) Jl
General Depot. Wholesale nd Retail.
THE WRITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
Ho Tilting of Carriago to Consume Time Only 28 Keys
Full Case of 84 Characters Interchangeable Type
Keys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds.
ItjT" This method allows tlio use of any language ot stylo of type,
l'lii) alignment of thu Ohandai.l is far uupcrior to any other typo writer.
This cut leprefconts the Typo Sleovo peculiar to the Crandali.Tyit.'Wiiitek.
It moved up nnd down, and twirls to tlio right and left to reach a common
punting point. It contains all the lcttoih capitals, "lower case," figures
and punctuation niaikt to the number of cighty-four characters. This
Type .Sleeve can lie icnioved, and another, with an entire change of type,
iiiHcitcd in the machine in a few -ecoiids. Thu Sleeves can bo increased in
number m as to include all styles of letters, .
gjET" Send for t'.ilalogueH.
Mr. Fiank Brown,
Mr. James Love,
LAT15 Kcfcldence of
Mr. M. Grcon,
Sill) Kort btrcel.
STOKK, Kto, no ocouplcd by
Mr. Wojh, Grcc r,
esr Apply to
A. J. CAKTWIUGIIT,
S09 tf Merchant struct.
Whether You Live
Whether You Die!
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
"N account of the establishment of
v thu J'arcclB Post, the Aitenov (
thu Parcels Post, the Airennv of
Wells. Kargo Co.'s Express in thesu
Islands will bo dibconliniinl. 3 0 !lt
ALL perppus liHving bills ngalnft tho
uudersifiiied nro riqucfted lo pre,
sunt iho suiiie; and those Indebted to
th m nie requested to make immediate
ii7 Iw WOLFE & CO.
A DIVIDEND to tho creditors ot II.
M. will bo due and payable on tlio
bUt July, at tho otllce of Alex, J, Cart,
wrlght, Merchant street.
800 3w PER OHDEK,
Vi'. 'X. -.