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TUESDAY, JUNK .",, 18i0.
OAHU RAILWAY fi LAUD COMPANY'S
iikoui.ai: I MAINS.
A. M. 1. .M.
Leave Honolulu !:G0 '2:00
Arilve Muuiuiu U:48 2:4S
Leave Mamma 11 :Uo -1:0U
Anlve Honolulu 11:43 4 its
A.M. I M. I'. .M.
Leave Honolulu... 'J:.'iO 12:110 iliOu
AirlvcMiiuiiiiu ...10:18 1:18 it: -IS
Leave Minium l:(io l:i:i 4:0',
Anlvc Honolulu. ..11:18 2:111 -1:5:!
J u in- .1
I'eru Allka for Komi pom
biuir Kluuu for Hllo and way ports ut
2 p in
Stmr Llkellkc fur Maul at !i p m
rltmr Mokolll for Mnlokal ut '. p in
blmr Iwulnul for Luhuliiu and llnmu-
kua ut 10 u in
8tmr Mlkuliulu for Knuul ut fi p m
Schr Luvluiu for Kmi:il
Schr ICu Mol fur Piinu
Selir Sarah it Eliza for Koolan
Sclir Ilaleakala for Hawaii
hchr Kawullimt for ICoolau
II It M S Champion, St Clair, for I'.ilt-
VESSELS LEAVING TU-MOfinOVV.
Stmr Hawaii for llntnukuaut .1 p in
Solir I, uka for Kolmlti
N'hr Mol Wuhliic for Kohnlulclc
Sum' Kllaucu Hon fur llukuluii mid Ho
IIOIIIII A p III
Stmr Wululeaulo for Xaullhvlll aul Ha.
iimnuiilii ut.'i p in
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
V S F S Charleston, Rear-Admiral Geo
llrnun, fioin Sun KiuiicNcn
If U M S Acorn, Gen N A Pollard, from
iultnailll, B C
I! S Nlpic, McCmlcy, from Samoa
USS Adams. J O Greene, fiom Samoa
Haw S M Australia, 11 U Hoiidlcttc, fiom
Ilr ship Bonowdale, Outlirle, from
llkt I'lnntcr, Dow, from San FimiicUco
'Am 4-msttl schr Golden Shore, Render.
son, from Newcastle, N S V
For Maul and Hawaii per Klnau June
!l Mr Roewurrcn and fumllv. Mis W
K II Devcrlll, Mrs Leslie, '.Ino Ash
down, Mrs Ward, Mrs Fisher nnd child,
.1 .1 Williams nnd wife, Win Bcrlowltz.
S K Kane, .las Vierra, Mr Doyle nud
wife, Clms Cielgliton, A P retersou, A
Kuumnkca and wife, Mrs Snilih. Mis .1
W Mouiiuiili and child, U MuLminnu
and wife, SOW ilder, T B Lindsav, C
L Wight nud 1.. deck,
For Knunl iiM'MAir Mlknhala, .TiincR
C W Spitz, ulfcatid child, Mr AVol
ttrs. Dr Jones, Col Z S Spalding, II
Ilonle, W H Hoo;s, K A .Mnpllu jr.
Misses I) aud E Medati, Mrs II J Nolle.
MUsXolte, Miss M Uulley, E Al WaNIi,
O Lovelaiid, Mrs Mist and boh. H C
l'orry. 1 A Anderson, Mls.s Wodeliousc,
Miss Dowsett, Mrs Lantes, Mrs Smith.
The Morning Star will leave on her
annual cruise ainoni; the islands of the
booth Pacillc on or about July 1st.
The. schooners ICaalokal itiiil M K Fos
ter tiroiiirhtSOO nnd 1700 Uti sugar rti
speetively froni Kiiuui.
The hark Uolii'u will -all for San
Franci.ico within two weeks with u full
fiirgo of sugar.
The Mourner Kllimea Hon hi ought
IHU0 hugs stienr troin Hnmakiia. On
the Inst trip, she lauded '10 head cattle
atllllo from Makeua.
CASK ON THE NAIL.
Tlif i:lil(nble lAfi AMMiirniii'tt Hurl.
ty ut Once I'oyn I he '. tl. Juili".
Mr. A. J. Cnrttvrifjlit, Ot'tiernl
Agent for the Equitable Life Assur
ance. Society, received liy the Aus
tralia the Company's ilrufl lor twen
ty thousand dollars, in payment of
the policy of the late CoL.C. II.
Proofs of death left Honolulu May
3rd, mill company's draft was re
ceived in Honolulu May 30th, or in
Just twenty-seven days.
In this case also as in the Into
Blaisdcll claim, before the Executor
received his appointment to admin
ister on this estate, the coinpuny's
inuucy was in the local agent's
hands for payment.
A QUESTION ASKED.
Will you he kind enough to al
low me a lew lines' spacu in your
aluablc paper, as I want to ask in
behalf of n few citizens and myself,
how and for what purpose James
Kauhane, an ex-police olliccr, was
le-nppointcd, considering for what
purpose lie was discharged ; but
more particularly his open offense
against the Government in' July last?
If I am not mistaken he was charged
witli treason at the Station House.
Is it possible for anyone coming
along, criminal or otherwise, to drop
in for a Government billet, especi
ally for a peace olliccr? If so, why
not lighten the public expense by
turning loose thoso that are serving
out far less offenses, and discharg
ing the olllcers and keepers of Oalui
Prison? I am not a professional
kicker, but I am rather bound to
think somebody or something is
wrong in the Polioo Department,
as, for instance, when the olllcers
wore being paid off on Saturday,
the last day of the month us is
customary, suddenly and before
nearly all of them were paid, tlio
clerk "shut up shop," said ho hud
no more money, and went off to the
Imsobalt grounds, leaving the un
paid olllcers In disgust, J, A. II,
LOCAL & GENERAL NE173.
f'nir.F Jitslii'P Jlulil Mis ut Clinin-ln-rs
Jrixn: Mct'tilly will open ('unit al
Wallukii lliis week.
Tun lliiwiiii.iu Kvungoliivl' Ati
ci.tliuii is holding itn (-ojhhiii.
A i'Hanck for matrimony muy In
found in our advertising column.".
- - - -
Tin: Champion takes her dep.u hue
foi lliitili Columbia thi aflornooii.
Mil, 3. Macrtiiley, piano tuiuy, has
leturned to town from the other isl
ands. (.'IIAlti.KR Phillips oII'iim cli'i'liie
shocks foi u nickel .ipicce dropped in
I lie slut.
Mu. J. V. Chiimbuilin lias com.
inencid bis i'iinvfi.s foi Stanley's new
book "In Daikest Africa."
TllK KiiWiiialiao Seminaiy will
hold closing exercises in Knwuiiihmi
Church to-nionow afternoon at 2
U.VDEit tins direct ion of Piiiuws
Liliuokuliiiii the clearing of space for
the cultivation of doners in the
Queen's llospitnl grounds beyan Ibis
Ml!. M. I). Munx.iriut holds )iower
of ultoriioy fiom Mr. .1. .M. Mons.ir
rat, during the Litter's alipcnco fiom
Tin: residence of Mis. Loin.;, I'litum
V.illey, ndverlihrd for lease. Thi,
is a place thut miisL be M-en to he
Tub Uulm:ti.v Wuiikia Hummaiiv
is for sale at the otlice mid news
stands. It contains full legilutivo
Mlinuiaiy to date and u vaiicty of
ishind nnd city new-.
Till: udtiiinistriiiru of the estate of
the late I). Mitiiaku ordeis u Mile of
pcibOiiul properly lielougiug to that
estate, foi June tilh, at the sale? room
of Mr. .las. F. .Morgan.
O.v account of the 1 lib of June the
S. S. Ktuuii will lelurn to Honolulu
Tuesday, June 10th. -The Likelike will
return to Honolulu this week Satur
day, 7th, and will anil Monday, Mih.
Ills Excellency the American Mi
nister anil Mis. Stevens will hold a
reception Fiom 1! to (i o'clock p. in.
to-monow. Their Majesties and
Admiral Hiown me expected to be
The Hawaiian Cbnrge d'AH'aires
nnd Consul-Qenerul ut Paii, Mons.
Houle, now on a visit to this conn
try, and Col. '.. S. Spalding, bad
audience of the King at the Pal.icc,
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
Mr. J.is. F. Morgan will bold an auc
tion sale of household fiirniluic, ut.
the lesideuce of Mis. It. D. Moigan,
Ueietnnia street. A cottage piano is
named along with the numerous
other things specilied in the auction
A vr.itv largo attendance of parents
and fiiends was present ut the exer
cises of Kuwaialuio Seminary, yester
day. At the close of the exercises,
which began at 9 o'clock a. m.,
tbeic was a sale of articles made by
the pupils, and in connection there
with a display of the pupils' capabil
ities in the lino of cookerv.
Mu. Alfred Fowler accompanies
Mr. R. A. Maclle, Jr., this evening,
to Kauai, to visit the Macfie Sugar
Ehtate at Kilauea, and see the great
results of steam ploughing on this
plantation. It is said the output of
this estate this year will icncb 3500
tons, while a few years ago, the aver
age crops were about 1000 tons.
Capt. Loren;:en will temporarily
part fiom the steamer Kiuuii at Mii
ulaeu liny to-night. Captain King
will take bis place on the bridge the
rest of the trip. 'I ho jolly captain of
tho Kinuu will marry Mits Daniels,
daughter of Mr. W. II. Daniels, Wni
luku, to-monow. This explains 'his
tempoiary desertion of the ship.
To-moiihow is the day tlxed for the
sale of Dr. Trousseau's bouts. Tho
bouts to be Mildaicamiphthalnunch,
it ship'sa lifeboat with fittings,
and a canvas folding boat. There
are numciotis other articles, includ
ing bo.'tlhoiibc and furiiitu'io, to be
sold at tho sumo time. Mr. L. J.
Levey is the auctioneer, and the snlo
will begin at 12 o'clock noon, at the
bouthouse, near the Marino Uailway.
Meeting of the Hawaiian Hoard
Hand Concert at Thomas Square
Drill Co. IJ Honolulu Ililles, at
Mclnerny Hall, at 7:30.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu Hides, at
Ileretania street Armory, at 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O.
V., at 7:30.
Monthly meeting St. Andrew's
Church Union, Cuthcdiul school
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Thomas Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March La Hanu Merger
Overture La Dnnio ltluiiche..Hol!illmi
Mlsererti-ll Trovnton Vci ill
Koiiihilecetices of Uelllul Oodfrev
1'ulatua, Pill Aoao, Malaina.
MeilleyT-ficrman Marches.. I.eldeiig'lan
(Juvotte Welcome Muss
WuUa lllno Danube Strauss
Ti'isii.w, June '.',.
The Legislative Assembly wan
called to order nt 10 oVIoel..'
Hep. Kiiuini ptescnted :i petition
from Miiknwao that the loieign
Hoard of Health be abolished, uiso
that a law be passed for establishing
leper hospitals on each Maud, aud
lepers be removed from Kalawao to
these hospitals. Saiiitun committee.
The same member presented a
petition from Kula, that Kula be
made a keparnto judicial district.
Judiciary cominllt.ee. Also, one
from the same place, that the peo
ple in each disliicb elect their own
magistrate. Judiciary committee.
Also, one from the same place, that
circuit judges, governors, sheiiffs,
and deputy sheriffs be elected by
the people. On motion of Hep. Ka
puehuole, laid on the table until the
lion, member bring in n bill on the
Hep. Kidtia presented a petition
from lepers that Dr. Lilt, be ap
pointed physician for the leper set
tlement, that nn assistant be ap
pointed to him, and that uppropiia
tions be made for both. Sanitary
Hep. Kainai presented a petition
from liana that all sea fisheries be
free. Laid nn table, on motion of
Hep. Nawnlit, to be considered with
ItKI'OHT 01' COlMITn:i'.S.
Hep. White piesented a report of
the committee on public lands and
internal improvements. Committee
lind that many of the petitions sub
mitted to them are for public woiks
already in hand in the Department
of the Interior. The rest they re
commend to be laid on tho table to
be considered with the Appropria
tion Hill. Adopted.
Hep. ISrown reported progress
and asked for further time for com
mittee on alleged opium frauds.
Noble Macfarlanc reported pro
gress and u-kod for further lime for
committee to investigate alleged
customs frauds iu connection with
the inter-island cable. Granted.
Rep. Marques reported progress
and promised an early report from
the committee on foreign relations.
SI'UCIAI. COMMIT! KKS.
The President appointed the fol
lowing special committees in accord
ance with voles of the House:
On railways Nobles Wideiuanii
and Hind, Hep. Hrown, Noble Cum
mins, and Minister Ashford.
On liquor bills Nobles Wal
biidgc and J. M. Homer, Hep.
Kuudsen, Noble Phillip, aud Hep.
Hep. Halstead read a first lime
his bill to provide a Police Justice
Noble McCarthy read a first time
his bill to provide for garnisheeing
tho salaries of Government oflloials.
The samo member read a llrsl
time his bill to encourage the circu
lation of the Paradise of the Pacillc.
Itgrants I2,000, or 8.100 for each
monthly issue of that periodical, of
which 20,000 copies shall be print
ed for gratuitous distribution.
Kep. Kahookano gave notice of a
bill to create a bureau for the edu
cation of Hawaiian youth abroad,
such bureau to be in the Depart
ment of Foreign Affairs.
The same member read a first
time his bill to change the place of
holding term of Third Judicial Cir
cuit from Waimea to North Kol.ala.
Rep. ltrown submitted a resolu
tion that the pay of olllcers of the
house be: secretary, $10 a day;
interpreter, 810 a day; sergoaut-at-arms,
fi a day ; messenger, S3 a
day ; janitor, 82. .00 a day.
Hep. Kauhi moved the janitor's
pay bo reduced to 82. The habits
of this House are not so bad as
those of tho previous House, there
fore the janitor's duties are less dif
llcult. Noble Pua moved to increuse the
pay of tho secretary and inteipreter
Hep. Hush moved an increase of
the same pay toS12..r0.
The resolution carried without
Hep. J. T. Baker submitted the
following? Whereas, there is now
before tho House an act for the
commitment of dipsomaniacs to (lie
Insane Asylum, aud whereas if said
law goes into effect the accommoda
tions of I lie Asylum will be inade
quate; therefore, resolved that
S 100,000 be appropriated for mak
ing additions to tho Asylum. Ho
moved the resolution ha on the ta
ble to bo considered with the bill.
Rep. Lucas presented the follow
ing question to tho Minister nt the
Interior : What are your reasons for
asking for tenders for Government
workshops and storchotiso on the
esplanade before any appropriation
has boen made for such purpose?
Hep. Kuuculii presented the fol
lowing question to the Minister of
Interior: horoas tho Patneo
grounds having no fence round them
aro an object of ridicule to the pub
lic, what plans if any have you for
enclosing said grounds with a suit
Hep. Kultm gavo notice of a bill
to provide for tho manufacture and
sale of opium in this kingdom.
Hep. Kapachaolcpickciitctl the foi
lowingquestions to the Attorney-General
: How many tins of opium have
I bucii icccived from the Police Do-
BULLETIN! HONOLULU, il. .,
parttneut during the two years past,
and what amount of money has been
received tor such opium; ,
Hep. Ctimiuitigs read ii llrsl time .
his bill to ptovlde for licenses for I
nn- iiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiri: aim s.iie oi i'n.
Tho same member read his hill
for the annulment of the marringr
contract on the ground of cither
party's contracting Chinese leprosy.
Hep. White submitted a resolution
that S.VHKl be appropilated for
deepening the harbor at Lahaiun
and icpaiiini' the breakwater. Laid
on the table to be considered with
the Appiopriutiou Hill.
Hep. Hickard gave notice of the
following bills: (I) An Act to
amend an Act entitled an Act to
consolidate and amend the law re
lating to internal tuxes approved on
the 7llt August, 1882 j (2) an Act
to amend chip. vii. of the Penal
Code ; (3) an Act to amend an Act
entitled an Act to relieve ceitain
articles of import from customs du
ties, approved on the "Hi day of
Hep. Kahookano presented a reso
lution that SlfiOO be apptnpriated
for impinvitig the. roads in Koliula.
Laid on the table to be. connideied
with the Appropriation Hill.
Hep. Hrown moved the order of
the day. Carried.
OKDl'.lt of tub lur.
Second reading of a bill to pie
vent the counterfeiting of foreign
Noble IJuldwin moved bill be re
feired to committee on commerce.
Second reading of u bill to amend
Sec. .'I, Chap. 2li, Laws of 18S8.
Minister Thuiston moved Urn bill
be referred to the judiciary commit
tee, as it involved the important
power of interfering with private
property. It-gave the ctmimUsioiier
of private ways power to grant a
man a right of way through his
Noble Wideuiann supported the
motion of the Minister. The bill
involved even runic than the mover
The motion canied.
Second rending of a bill to amend
Sec. 1 of an Act to pmvide for the
sale of salmon.
Rep. Hrown moved reference to
committee on commerce.
Noble Wideuiann said the English
version had two first sections. He
moved it be referred to the commit
tee on enrollment for revision. Car
ried. Second reading of a bill to repeal
Chap. 28, Laws of 1888, relating to
the slaughter of beef.
Noble Wideuiann thought thero
was not much in the bill itself. It
appeared to him unconstitutional in
attempting to re-enact a repealed
law by simply referring to it. He
moved it be referred to the judiciary
committee with instructions to a sic
the Supreme Court whether it was
Rep. Hrown said the Supreme
Court had. decided the question in
the negative with regard to the
opium law of 1887.
Noblo Widemann amended his
motion so as to have the bill referred
back to Hep. Waipuilaui for correc
tion. Hep. Waipuilani renewed the mo
tion for reference to judiciary com
mittee. Hep. Nawnlii said the member
for Kona. should doctor his own
sickly bill. He criticised the provi
sions of the bill on the merits.
Hep. Hrown raised the point that
the only motion in older on second
reading was cither to commit or to
Minister Thurston was opposed to
the intention of the bill, but thought
every member with a hill should
have an opportunity to present it
fairly to the House. He supported
the motion to refer it to the judi
Noble Widemann said the lion,
member for Honolulu (Biown) yes
terday introduced a similar feat of
hair-Bplitting. The speaker's ori
ginal motion was to refer bill la
judiciary committee, but, on infor
mation that the bill was unconstitu
tional, lie changed his motion. The
judiciary committee was burdened
witli work, and a member ought to
bring in his bill in proper shape. As
to the point of ordor, was not the
motion to refer to the introducer one
to commit, as well as that to refer
to a committee?
The bill was referred to the judi
At 12 o'clock the House adjourned
till 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
TimsiiAV, June 3.
iiKKOtti: ji;ii), o. a.
' In re estate of Antone George
Cutiha of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased
testate. Petition of Antone George
Cunha, that the will be admitted to
probate and that letters testament
ary bo issued to him. Ordered that
tho will be admitted to probate and
that tho executor he appointed after
July 18th next. A. P. Peterson
for petitioner; petitioner iu person.
BY a Respectable Middle-aged .Man,
with a noiii little liniucol his own,
and a good position with a salary of
(jiiOfl a month, an opportunity of eouea
jiiimllng with 'an hnnnst, liidii"trloiiR
woman, with a view to uiatilinony.
AddieiS ''M.itiiiiiony," Hi'i.i.kti.v Ol
llee. .171 lw
DUIMXO my abpenco from the King
dom Mr. M, U. Moiuanat will act
for me under full power of attorney.
J. M'. MON'SAItlMT.
Honolulu, Juno'.!, 8'Ju, r7l at
lrole in Favor of lecLl'"---3.63-0-
Hawaiian Treaty Danonucttl in !
Sax Fitiscisco, May VIOlli.
Tim llrit blow has been struck at
the sugar interests of the Hawaiian
Islands by the Republican Housu of
Representatives, which, in Commit
tee of the Whole, rejected the lol
lowing amendment to the sugar
schedule of tho Tariff Hill, moved
by Congressman McKeiina, of Cali
fornia: All sugars not above No. 13,
Dutch standard in color, syrups or
cine, or beet Juice, meladui eoneun
tiated mehula, concrete and concen
ttated molasses, testing by polar
iscope nut above 7ii degrees, shall
pay a duty of HI-100 ot a cent per
pound, aud for every additional
degree, or fraction of a degree
3-100 of a cent per pound additionul.
All sugar above No. 13 and not
above No. Hi, Dutch standard, 1
79-100 cents per pound.
All sugar above No. 10 and not
above No. 20, Dutch standard,
'jy-100 cents per poiinii.
All sugars above No. 20, Dutch
standard, 210-100 cents pur pound.
Molasses testing not above SO deg
ices by pohu iscope, 2 cents n gallon.
Molasci testing above ,r0 degrees,
1 cunts a gallon.
This amendment, which would
have icduced the duty about 33 per
cent, was lost by a vote of 131 to
115, a majority of nineteen thus
alllruiiiig the principle of fiee sugar,
or rather that sugar should not btt
protected like other industries. The
California delegation voted tor the
I'lidoubtedly the feeling iu favor
of free sugar lias been greatly
strengthened throughout the conn
tiy for two reasons llrst, br cause
of the rascally and iniquitous
methods of thc'Sugar Trust; sec
ondly, became it had been demon
strated that tho Hawaiian Islands
planters, who enjoyed special treity
advantages, had joined the Sugar
Trust which hofl been formed to
plunder and harass tbu American
people. If it hud not been for the
latter reason it is hardly probable
that the majority of the picsent
Congress would have done anything
to disturb tho 1'ienly, but it fs con
tended that by joining the Sugar
Trust the Islands planters placed
themselves outside the plane of
moral considoialiou, and that when
they themselves destioyed tUe senti
ment upon which the Treaty rested
they have no cause to grumble nit
tho natural result of their own sel
llslily deliberate act. For this rea
son especially the .majority iu the
House voted for free sugar, prefer
ring to pay a bounty to American
sugar to continuing special tariff
advantages to the Hawaiian blanch
of the Sugar Tiust. Congressman
Cannon of Illinois made this very
clear in his reply to McKcnna, when
he said : "Because 1 am a Republi
can I am in favor of removing the
revenue leech from the protective
system and placing sugar on the free
list." He then denounced the ic
ciprocity treaty with the Hawaiian
Islands and declared that a few men
in California control the production
of sugar iu that country. "Put
sugar on the free list," he said,
"and good-by to five million dollars
to four men of California who own
sugar plantations on the Hawaiian
If you can explain this declaration
in any other way than as a direct
attack upon tho Treaty, for the rea
son already stated, you will please
trot out your reason. To people
who have followed tho course of
events closely there is but one ex
planation possible, and it s the deli
berate alliance of Hawaiian planters
with that huge swindling combina
tion known as the American Sugar
Trust. If tho evil could be confined
to the principals in this affair it
might bo viewed with some degree
of equanimity, but tho innocent
suffer with the guilty. There is
just one hope, namely, thut a con
sideration of the appropriations may
compel Congress to retain at least
seventy-live per cent of the sugar
duty for revenue puposes. If not,
a heavy deficit will be created, inas
much as the Service Pension Bill
calls for an annual expenditure of
$50,000,000, which draft upon the
Treasury had not been confirmed by
legislative action when the Ways
and Means Committee reported the
Tnriff Bill. On the other baud,
tho House is not in a considering
mood, and it will lake veiy strong
arguments to convince it of its error
iu this matter.
(7'o bo (Jontlnned.)
TO LET or LEASE
rpiir. Uoddeuco of Mr. A.
X Ioug, In I'apna alley.
01 KIiik St., oier.f. Xotl'x stole,
MItS. OSUOIINK is now pieparcd to
glvo Instructions tu Funoy Work
at "Tho Arlington," Koom 0. Class
Lotsons: Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. Private lessons by special
arrangement. Stamping ami orders
promptly attended to,' feb 34-ly
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Julie. 1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the re-ldenoe of MlW. It. I). MOK
1AN Ileietiuila street. I will nll at
Tho Entire Hotisoirid Furniture,
One Cottage PIANO,
(By J. Doll) j
. Veranda Chair. Murbletop Table.
Decorated Hanging Lump,
Center & Sofa Rugs,
Wicker L'liali . Whatnot,
3 B.W.Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
llidr fi Spring .Mattra'ses,
B, W, Extension Dining Table,
Ill.iek Walnut Dining Chair-,
('rockery it Glassware.
Meat S.ife, Kefi iterator,
Etc., Ktc, Kte , Kte.
.IA.S. F. aiOKGAX,
."GS It Auctioneer.
lty dliectlun of Samuel f Allen and
Mark P. Hohln-ion.'i'riittces of the Y.t
tate of James ISoblnson, deceased, the
uiortiracrecs named Iu a certain ludcn-
luie of mortgage (luted relirimry 10,
1S.S8, made by Kdwaid Preston, 1 am
dheeted to h-U at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, Juno 7th,
AT I O'CLOCK 'UU.V,
Of that day, at my Salenoin, In Hono
lulu, Oahu, all those eight sevvral
JPiivcjgIn or- Iotw,
Numbered lespccilvelv ISO. JS1. 1KL,
lea. 210. 21 1, 'Jl'-' and2l:i on the Co
crnmeiit rtttrvcy of Kulaokahiia ami
being the same premNes occupied by
the late Kdward Preston as a home
stead. Kor fm (her particulars Inquire of
JAS. K. MORGAN,
Or, Cecil Urnwii, Attoincv-at-Luw.
Dated Honolulu, May '.'", lS'Ji). f.M td
EXECUTOR and TRUSTEE'S
Sale of Real Estate
Ily direction of Cecil ltrown, thriTnii--leit
'under the last will and testament
of Philip Milton. decca-H-d, I am di
rected to sell at Public Auction, at my
.Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, June 7th,
AT ltf O'CLOCK XOO,
Of that day, thoe certain
Pieces or PARCELS of LANDS,
Situate, tn I.ahalnn, Island of Maul,
1 That certain Premises in raUi La
halua, situate on the (Government road
leading to the Pioneer Mill, and being
the former icnideiice of thu said l'blllp
MIllou. The above property is under
leie-e exphing July 1, 180O,yeailv lental
2 Two pieces of Taro I.ind situate
at KahoiiM, I.uhaina, and containing
respectively 2'S-lvl) and 1-10 of an aero.
3 Three Shaies In the land of Ks
hana, at Kantiapall, Island of Maul,
being the shares of Muncuu, Kiiliew.i
hcwumil mid Kalakekoa.
ZV Deeds at expense of the pur
chaser. Foi further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
fill" til Auctioneer.
Hy direction of Ceril ltrown, Execu
tor and Trustee of the last will and tes
tament of Philip Mlitou, deceased, the
mortgagee named tu certain iudeutiiie
of iiiortgrtgo dated January It, 18S1,
made by Aiouu and Kauialti, his wife, I
am directed to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, Juno 7th,
AT IX O'CLOCK NOON,
Of that day, at my Salesroom, In Hono
lulu, Oahu, all that certain
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Sllnatid in T.nlialna, Island of Maul,
being a portion of the laud of Puna, and
bounded und described ax follows:
No. 1 HeplnnliiK ut Its N. W. corner
which is 00 links, distant S. from the 8.
E. corner of the meeting house called
Mauaolana, and running N. ."til- K. I.I'J
chains along Puna Ikl, to road .S. 35 J
K. 4.71 chains along road, t. (I0J- W.
0 89 chains along Kooka, S. (!!! W. l.tll
chains along Kooka, X. .;) W. 2,l
chains along Walnkaina, N. '.'24' W 1.IW
chains along Wulokama to the begin
ning containing 7-10 acre. Also, all that
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated in Puaa Nui, In said Iihalua,
which Is bounded and described us
No. L' Ileglnnlng at the 8 W. comer
and miming N. 00. K. '-'.DO chains along
Kooka, N. iil'l- K. 2.28 chains along
Kooka, N. 01 K. 0.40 chains along
Kooka, N. 28- W. 1 02 chains along Kn
luwa, S. 03' W. it, 1 4 chains along Ka
lawn, S. tl. E. 0.8,1 chains aliing Ma
kalole, S. (ill W. 0,(10 chains along Ma
kalolo, 8. IKIp i:. l.OO chains along Ma
kalole, S. OS J- W. 1.27 chains along Ma
kaiole, S. .17 E. 1.48 chains along public
road to the beginning containing S7-100
acre. For further particulars Inquire of
JAS. 1?. MORGAN,
Or, Cecil Drown, Attoruov-at-Uaw.
Dated Honolulu, May 57, IKK), sec td
fctww i m m mja
Ka:3 t) Cvzimcuco at 10 0'olck EUry.
Ut fUcf-"QUEEf(S PLATE." $lt)0.
Free lor all.
2nd rtDC8-"FUTUMTY STAKES." Swscp
lirXXINO HACK. V Mile Dudb.
Hawaiian bred 'J year oids. Ilatrlej
closed Juno I, U'JO.
3rd nace-"KI,NG'S PLAIE." $75.
TKOTTISO and PACIN'O. Ha
waiian bred horses, best 2 In 3, to
4'ti Race "WAIKAPU CHALLENGE CUP."
KIJXNIN'G HACK. ( Milo DaMi.
Free for all. Wiutier to beat the
record of Hancock, 1:10..
Sth Race-"IIAWAIIAK DERBY." Sweep
status $50 ttlih Jockey Club Cup
HUXXIXO KACK. I Mile Dish.
Hawaiian bred I) year old. Kntrles
closed June 1, lsl'0.
C'.li R: "WAIMANAL0
TKOTTINCi unit PACING. :J minute
class. Itest 2 In 3. Free fur all to
harness. Plate to become property
of one winning 11 twice.
7th ltaee-"LUNAMAKAAINAKA PLATE "
RUNNING KACU. h Mile Heuls.
Best 2 In :t. lluwatl.iu bred.
8lh Race-"H0SITA CHALLENGE CUP."
KUNXIXG HACK. 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the
lecoid of "Angle A.," Iil3d.
9,h Roee "KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE."
TltOTTING and PACING. Free
for all. Itest .1 hi o, to bninesj.
1 0th Rice "OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CU.'S
NOVELTY ftAOE. I Mile Dash.
Hawaiian bred. 1st, 2ud and :trd
Quuiter, 23 each; Last Quaitpr,
85U and Cup added.
11th Race "VICE-PRESIDENT'S CUP."
RUNNING JIACi:. 1 : Mile Dash.
Free for all.
12tli Race "HIS MAJESTY'S CUP." $1C0
RUNNING RACK. MU? Bub.
13th Race POST MATCH.
TROTTING und PACING. 20
Each. Free for all. To he dtlveii
by members of the Hawaiian Joe-.
14th Race-"XAMEHAMEHA PLATE.'' $125
RUNNING RACn. l.V. Mile Dash.
15th Race "PONY RACE." $75lthRac
Inrj Saddle Iroia Hon. H. A. Wide
RUNNING RACE. For all PoniM
II hands und under. Hawaiian bred.
All entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
nn Wedncndny. June 4, lbiiO, at tint
otllcu of the Secretin y, and all entrance
fees to be 10 per cent, unless otherwise
Alliacesto be run or trotted under
tho rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All horces are expected to start unless
drawn by 12 o'clock noou, on Juno 10,
All borfcs arc expected to appear on
the track at the tap of the bell from the
Judge's Stand, otherwise will be tlncd.
Admiv-lon r.O ct3
To Grand .Stand, extra.. 60 cLs A 81
Carriages, Inside of course.. ..82.(10
Quarter Stretch Dadges efi.00
CO. BERG EK,
Secretary H.J. C.
BETWEEN Walklkl and tho foot of
Nuiiauu street, a, Samoan Fan, de
corated with warship ribbons. A suit
ably reward will bo given for Us return
to this otlice. C70 tf
A GOLD Glove Dultoner marked
V E. X." Delivery by Under will
be rewarded by Paul Neumann.
DRAFT Xo. 4fi for 8:10, drawn on
Castle & Cooke, by E. A. Bald
win In favor of A, 1). Baldwin. Pay
ment has been slopped. Please return
to O. O. Dergcr. . 070 tw
DRAFT r.3, dated May 1, ISOO. drawn
by Gay & Robinson on J, T. Wa
teihousofor 8KI5.31 in favor of Naka
iimiu has beenlont. Payment Is stopped.
Anyone Uniting the above draft will
pleas'niuirn It to (.'liulun ,1- Co. r.no lw
A BLUE Cockatoo. A le-
JrV wind will bo given for
leturn ot same tu No. 4
Adams Lane. 570 lit
- or thu '
Marty, Jim 11,. 1890
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