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Honomim!, Oct. 27, 1890.J
.SUNDAY, the 10th of November,
being Uio anniversary of the birth of
His Majesty the King, Saturday, the
15th, will be observed us a National
Holiday, and all Government Offices
throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
FRIDAY, November 28, being the
anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by the Govern
ments of Great Britain and France,
will be observed as a National Holi
day, and all Government Ollices
throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
William P. Hain, Esq., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for the
Second Judicial Circuit of the King
dom. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 11, 18!)0.
OFFICIAL NOTICE !
Their Majesties the King and
Queen will hold a reception at Ioluui
Palace, on SATURDAY, the 15th of
November, from 10 a. m. to 12 o clock
The order of reception at. Court for
that day, will be as follows.
The King will receive the hooku
pus of the people from 0 o'clock to
8 o'clock a. in.
At 10 a. in. The several Hawaiian
Societies will be received.
At 10:.i0. The Hawaiian public.
At 11 a. m. The Chancellor of the
Kingdom, His Majesty's Ministers,
the President of the Legislative As
sembly and the Judges of the Su
At 11 :15 a. m. The Privy Coun
cilors und Nobles and Representa
tives of the Legislative Assembly.
At 11:30 a. m. -The Diplomatic
Representatives, accredited to the
Court of Hawaii.
At ll:45 a. m. The Consular
At 11:55 a. in. Government Offi
cials. At 12 m. Rear-Admiral George
Brown, U. S. N., and Staff, and the
Captains and Officers of the ships of
war in port.
Ladies and gentlemen desiring to
pay their respects to Their Majesties
upon this occasion, will call at the
Palace between the hours above
stated and be presented during the
intervals between the official presen
tations. On Sunday, the 16th inst., at 9 :30
o'clock u. in., the Court will attend
divine service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. -Office of His Majesty's Chamber
lain, Ioliini Palace, November 7th,
1890. 704 td
lSOO-T? -AlXISS !
Tax Payers In this District are
hereby notified that the Taxes for
the curient year will be due and pay
able at the Office of the Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The Office is open from 9 a. in. to
4 p. in. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid
' in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before the 15th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 jier cent, costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes District of Komi, Wand of
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, II, J Aug, 0, J 800,
Holders of Water Privileges or
llioh paying Wutor Ituluu, uiuliuiulty
llL'UiH tli'U tlm liuiirs for lining
water for lrrlKitiltiKiiiri(biiiirii from
) t H o'ulwik 4, M HUll I loflo'djlll'k
uim. ii, w i i.hon,
Buit. llwiu, Walur WmV,
111 illi) lilUjilil'.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, NOV. 14, 1890.
Ilia Majesty's fifty-fourth natal
day will he Sunday, ICth inst., and
the event will be celebrated with ap
propriate ceremonials and festivities
to-morrow (Saturday). The day
itself will be fittingly observed by
special religious exercises, the de
tails of which arc already before
our readers. Mingled with the deep
feeling of aloha for King Kalakaua
on this occasion will be a tinge of
sympathy caused by the published
information that His Majesty is not
enjoying the best of health. The
Bulletin would take this last oppor
tunity, before the daj, of heartily
wishing the King an enrly restora
tion to health and an extension of
his reign for many years of mutual
happiness to himself and his devoted
Termination of tin Legis
late -of 1890.
Brilliant State Ceremonial.
The Legislative Assembly of 1890
was prorogued with the usual brilli
ant ceremonial at noon to-day. This
was the 129th day of the session,
making it of exactly the same dur
ation as the celebrated session of
188C, in which three different Cabi
nets faced the Assembly.
The front of the building was a
scene of animation, though not as
brilliant as on former occasions. A
squad of about 20 of the Household
Guards was drawn up in line on one
side of tbe carnage drive, and pre
sented arms on the arrival and de
parture of the royal party and dis
tinguished visitors. The Royal Ha
waiian Band was stationed at the
entrance of the building and played
the national anthem on the arrival
of tbe royal procession, and marches
for the diplomatic representatives,
repeating the honors at the close of
the ceremonies. A large crowd of
spectators was gathered in the Gov
Inside, tbe middle of the legisla
tive chamber was occupied by the
members of the Legislature, while
the diplomatic and consular corps
and naval officers were allotted the
spaces on either side, and the public
the rear area. Most of the legisla
tors about to be let loose were
dressed in their "Sunday best,"
looking fresh enough for a repetition
of the seize of the statutes.
Bishop Willis, accompanied by
Mrs. Willis, and Rev. W. H. Barnes
entered a few minutes before the
hour, the clergymen taking their sta
tions to the left of the thrones.
The foreign representatives com
posed: His Excellency J L Stevens,
United States Minister Plenipoten
tiary ; Senhor A de Souza Cana
varro, Portuguese Charge d Af
faires; Mons G B C d'Anglade,
French Commissioner, with the
Chancellor of the Legation ; Mr F
A Schaefer, Italian Consul and Dean
of the Corps ; Mr II W Schmidt,
Consul for Norway and Sweden;
Mr J F Hackfeld, acting German
Consul and Russian Vice-Consul ;
Mr Tnizo Masaki, Japanese Consul ;
Mr TR Walker, British Vice-Consul,
and Mr Ah Lee, Chinese Com
The naval contingent was as fol
lows : Rear-Admiral Brown, U S N,
and Captain Reiney, U S F S
Charleston, and Captain Shepard, U
S-S Mohican, with their respective
officers ; Captain Turner and olllcers
of II B M S Nymphe ; Captain and
officers of II IJ M S Tsukuba.
There was not so large a repre
sentation of the general public as
had been usual on such occasions.
After a few minutes of waiting
beyond the hour, the state proces
sion entered in the following order:
Associate Justices L McCully and
It F Bickerton s
Their Excellencies John A Cum
mins, Godfrey Brown, C N Spencer
und A P Peterson, Ministers of the
Chief Justice m.d Chancellor, A
F Judfl ;
Col. G W Maefnrlnne, II M'b
Their Majesties King Kalukaua
and Queen Iviipiolunl ;
Princess Lilluokalanl, I loir Ap
parent; Hon J O Donilnis am Hon A K
Mr Jus JtohurlHon, Vlou Cliunilior.
lain; Col J II Iloyd; Major If II
linker, II V llurtulumnii,.) I) Unit,
lr iuhI IC K UllUhml, of M'u
hi ii Hi
Mr, Jim W llolierUoii, iiiy.n.
wiiltliiH In lliu ijiiueii, ami Mm V N
Tjti KIiju worn lirlHliI wuy
Mkmmm jlfMiul in oj-jijip
, pini , .IjjiT IjIui toiui,
jewels, Pflncoss Lilluokalanl
was very tastefully dressed in baby
blue with ultrnmarino blue.
The Chamberlain, Vice Chamber
lain and Staff wcro all in full uni
form. The thrones for Their Majesties
wcro draped with yellow feather
cloaks. Kahili bearers wearing yel
low feather enpes on either side held
uloft the stately emblems of royalty.
When the party were comfortably
disposed, Bishop Willis offered
prayer, Rev. Barnes reading the
responses. The Chamberlain then
handed liis Majesty a portfolio,
from which lie was pleased to read,
first in Ilnwaiian and then in Kng
lish, the following
SPBKOII KKOJt Till: TIIUOKK.
Noulks AND Rkimikskntatives :
Your arduous and protracted la
bors during the Session pf 1890
having come to a close, I sincerely
congratulate you that you can re
turn to your homes with the satis
faction that you have zealously en
deavored to discharge the important
and onerous duties imposed upon
you by the Electors of the Kingdom
to the best of your abilities.
The very liberal appropriations
made, which are somewhat in excess
of the estimated revenues of the
country, will necessitate on the part
of My Ministers :i careful and eco
nomical administration of the funds
at their disposal iii order that an
equitable distribution may be madb
of the same in the various Districts
of the Kingdom.
I desire to express My high ap
preciation of all those who at con
siderable sacrifice of time and per
sonal interests have devoted their
services to legislative duties. The
experience gained by them in the
Legislature will enable them to ex
plain more clearly to their constitu
ents the unremitted interest I and
My Ministers take in the welfare
and progress, moral and commercial
of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Nobles and Jiepreseiitutivex :
I pray the Almighty that He may
continue His blessings to How upon
you and Our beloved country.
I now declare this Legislature
Bi-suop Willis closed the ceremo
ny with the benediction, and the
royal party immediately retired to
the office of the Minister of the In
terior, where the officials called and
were presented to the King and
Queen. After the presentation the
King and Queen were driven back
to lolani Palace in the state car
riage, accompanied by the Lady-in-waiting
and the Chamberlain.
(Per .S. S'. Australia, San
ciico, Aron. 7.)
San Francisco, Nov. 7. The re
turns of the elections are mostly in.
The Republican Party is defeated
all along the line. The Democrats
will have more than a two-thirds
majority in Congress. The result
in President Harrison's State is an
overwhelming Democratic victory.
'I he 52d Congress of the United
Slates will stand about as follows:
Democrats, 2.'38; Republicans, 98;
San Francisco, Nov. 7. The
State election is over and the re
turns are so nearly in that all doubt
has disappeared. That the State
has gone overwhelmingly Republican
no one presumes to question. There
is much yet to be known about the
city vote, and much that cannot be
known before the ollicial canvass
takes place, but the returns are now
sufficiently complete to practically
settle the all-absorbing question.
London, Nov. G. All of the morn
ing papers make long editorial allu
sions to the American elections.
The Morning Post (Conservative)
says: If we may draw any conclu
sion from the striking results of
Tuesday's elections in the United
States, where politics are mainly the
occupation of a select body or train
ed practitioners in electoral tactics,
the conclusions from one election
or another must always be drawn
very cautiously. If the elaborate
exertions of Tuesday have any real
ity, they mean that had the Demo
cratic party in 888 possessed lead
ers of most discreetness and resolu
tion the strange cspisodes of the last
Congress might never have occurred.
The McKinley bill is a matter on
which we readily admit the Ameri
cans are the best judges of their
own affairs, as of silver legislation.
There Is, however, hardly any doubt
that the recklessness with which the
Republican majority risked Mm most
important interests of the people in
their dealings wjth Uio currency bus
probably Jmd a groat clout to do with
thuir present ilUufitor,
The Telegraph (fiMlupomlout)
niiyuj Yet, though Mm author of
Mm tariff lilts met with suntor, mill
(lie party wIiIpIi summited it Ims
lost liuuvlly nt lliu poll, Mm KiiIUIi
nimiiifiKitiirnri minti not ruulil.v hijj
)Oto thul wi Nlmll iiiiinwIliUuly ex.
perluiioo my liuiiflH from lliu trl
iiinpli of Mitt DuinoorftU,
Tim Nwi miyai 'J'hii ipniiII in
uh4 miMtiiiiiiil, MioiM'l) liunlly li
tlpllluiiiili limn woulil hi' lliu 111)11
vuniiuii uf lliu Aiui'ilwjli iwjilnU)
IWuJuiilmu. Tlw MMfjm' tiiwl
u Uui ijjyiuuUijOijj MuhlihT) on,
i HONOLULU H, lt DVMMHJR 14, 1890.
tho now Congress will probauty
meet, thoy will bo so hoartlly sick:
that their Representatives moy carry
them a long way in the direction of
a rovenuo tariff.
Tho Chroniclo says: Protection
has received a blow from which it
will not easily recover. The ill-advised
extravagance of the McKinley
party will, it is not likely, sharpen
tho line dividing Democrats and
The Standard says: The .Demo
cratic victory is a dramatic answer
of the American citizens to the at?
tempt to impose more than wir tax
ation in lime of peace. The McKin
ley tariff has taught them a useful
The Times says: The Republi
can rout is probably without a paral
lel in American electoral annals.
The significance of tlie Democratic
victory in Pennsylvania can hardly
be overestimated. It is sincerely to
be hoped that Mr. Blaine's view that
the defeat of Delmater would be the
deathblow to protection vas correct.
The American people have express
ed their opinion on the recent Re
publican policy in very pronounced
and unmistakable terms.
Paris, Nov. flth. The news that
McKinley was defeated created a
tremendous sensation in France and
throughout the continent where man
ufacturers and industrial einploj'es
alike know his name. The press
simply bubbles over with humor, all
the cartoonists trying to familiarize
themselves with the features of Mc
Kinley in order to do him justice.
London, ' Nov. 7. Tho Times,
commenting upon the results of the
election in the United States, says it
will not bo easy for tho Democrats
to find a more able Presidential can
didate than Mr. Cleveland.
DILLON ANT) O'BMEN.
Philadelphia, Nov. C. Dillon and
O'Brien were given their first pub
lic reception in America, at the
Academy of Music to-night, a large
and enthusiastic crowd being pre
sent. Archbishop Ryan and the
mother of Parnell were among the
audience. The call for preliminary
aid resulted in the production of a
subscription list footing up $12, 880.
This announcement produced great
Louisville (Ky.), November G.
Hiram Bassett, past grand master
of Masons, and considered the Ma
son of the highest degree in the
world, died at Millersburg, Ky.,
to-day of paralysis, at the age of
70. fie had taken every degree
known to the order.
Henry M. Stanley arrived in New
York on the Gth. To a party of
friends he gave a thrilling account
of some of bis adventures.
A steam line between Japan and
Portland, Oregon, is promised to
start about the first of May.
MUKDEIl BY A JUDGE.
Scdalia, (Mo.), November G.
Colonel Thomas B. Price, president
of the Gazette Printing Company
of this city, and one of the best
known men in Missouri, was shot
and mortally wounded this after
noon by Judge John Iliggius of the
Pitts Countj' Court. Judge Hig
gins was a candidate for renoraina
tion before the Democratic county
convention and was defeated by
A DEFUNCT BUILDING SOCIETY.
Kansas City (Mo.), November G.
Judge Gibson was appointed re
ceiver for the Artisans' Mutual
Building and Loan Association this
morning. The association was in
corporated in 1888 with 81,000,000
capital stock. The last statement
showed assets of S25,000. An ex
amination of the books to-dav shows
assets of 9000.
UAItD ON THE riCIESTS.
City of Mexico, November G.
Deputy Mateos will present in the
Chamber of Deputies a hill which,
if made a law, will cause three
fourths of the clergy to leave Mex
ico. Nearly all of the existing Catholic
churches in Mexico belong to the
Government, and the bill proposes
that only native priests bo allowed
to occupy the pulpits. Nearly
three-fourths of the priests arc?
Spaniards. A most exciting debate
London, November 3d. Glad
stone started on his return from
Scotland to-day. At Montrose a
large number of friends gave him
an enthusiastic reception. The
scene was repeated ut Arbroath. At
Duiulee hjs admirers presented him
willi a walking-stick and luncheon
basket. When at Peebles a delega
tion of workingmen presented linn
with a traveling rug. Gladstone de
livered a short speech. He referred
to tho speech by Lord Ilartlngtou at
u Liberal-Unionist meeting in Ediu
huighoii Friday, Ilartington, Glad
stone said, was evidently not well
satisfied with thu result of his di
rectness. The only doubt in Hurl
mgtoii's inlnd was whether thu time
hud arrived to eifiTHijilur. TI10 (
uriil-rnlonlbt parly, (Jludbtoiio io
olureil, md broken down and ilm
follower been ilrmulfully broken up
by lliu rosiiliH of Mm rt't'mit Ityu
tilriulonx for uiuuihur of Mm limine
of Coinniiiiiu, wliMi wero 11104 tmUi.
faniory lo lliu Mlinrnl imrly,
I AWII,N U-illllull Nil,
lutu. a iim. jmmm ru
Will IM1W UWJIII , IWMU I
UlllJI I I UI.2IJ 1
Fort A (litem Htrcnln.
Under Instructions from MKS9RH. G.
W. MAOFAltLANK it CO., I will offer
by Auotlon, at my Salesrooms, on next
MONDAY EVENING, Noy. 17,
A Cholee line of NRW GOODS
.lust to Hand ex "Hlrkcr."
Particular attention Is called to a full
line of UKAUTIFUL
Of the LATBST STYLUS after Ameri
aml English Patterns, comprising:
FULL HKDKOOM HUITKS In Maho
gany. Ash ami Walnut.
FULL PARLOR SUITES In Silk ami
Satin Itroeiulfi (latest KuropcKii
OAK D1MXQ-ROOM SUITES In
OAK & ASH WARDROBES
With French Plate Mirrors.
AMEKIOAX WLNUT HALL HAT
STANDS and (JI1AIK-.
KOSEWOOl) INLAID CABINETS
FANCY MAHOGANY CIIAIIIS In
Fancy Toilet Tabh s
GYPSY TABLES In Black and Gold.
FOL IXG OH MUS in Embroidered
CKIMSON PLUSH MIRRORS
FAN Y INLAID CARD TABLES.
Ebony & Walnut Wall Brackets,
MlMn STA.MKS. etc., etc., etc.
Aho, a Choice Line of
Selected expressly for this market, cnin
prioiug Large Center Rugs In
Axminstar, Parquet & Meccas,
Persian's & Tanjore's,
Of all sizes and Latest Designs.
tar All of these Rugs are from the
well-known linn of .lames Templetou &
Co., of London.
AN, :i Miiall invoice of Clmlee
And n Line of Japanese and other
ZSt" The Sale will commence at 7
o'clock sharp. Extra hccoiniiiudations
will be made for the Indies.
ter"S S Aiisirullii."
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
OC ISA. N IC
I"Oli HAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Sleiinislllp
WIIMcttve Honolulu lor l lie above
Friday, Wov. 2 1st,
Vim Kiiii-jlit ii 1'iih go, ,ippl) io
Win O, IRWIN & CO.. L'd.
LL imitloi IiuvImk hill iijiulinit the
i l.l'L'Ulllllllll uf 8ilU Will pIlUIHli
pii'imit llm mime for imyiut'iil to lliu
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mum .'iiiu .tfoutru.
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On MONDAY, Nov. 17lh.
AT IO O'CLOCK ,. 31.,
At my Salesroom, Queen utreet, I will
sell at l'ubllo Auction, for account of
whom It may concern, the following
Damaged by salt water, on voyage of
Importation per Norwegian Bk "I'aust"
from New York :
H W S
Mo- Pes Yds
:-l bale Ticking 20 1,18U
2'J 1 case Denims 20 0."i5
M-l " " 20 1,058
M-l " " 20 1,03'J
1-1 " " 20 1,043
f' 1 " " 20 ll'Jrf
121 Murine Stripes. 2C "Hi
4JI-1 bale Urey Drill 20 SMI
r.2-1 Duck ....12 7H7
M-l Blue Drill 20 MH)
fill -1 eslto-in Wen Sheetlng.SlO 1,-143
W 1 " " " .20 l,r.i!0
fiS-1 " " " .30 l7!l
2 1 ease Wea Shirting ..02 3,(121
73 I ease Prints (JO 2,728
i'1.'1 " " fit 2.075 .
11-1 " " 48 2.3'JO
Si- " " 47 2X.37
12-1 " 50 2,319
120-1 " fii a!:iu!t
133-1 40 ,'.my.
971 " '. kc 1.811
iaa i " 47 0,200
1381 bl Treinont Shirtings. 20 UR5
081 liulu Jlro Unttoiis 22 1,0."7
701 ' a i,o.-,4
"I 1 " " ' .. 22 1,003
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
J AS. b MO ltd AX,
709 at Auctioneer.
Property at Peart City
By order of the OAHU RAILWAY &
LAND CO. I will sell ul Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK I'. .11..
A limited number of those desirable
Bnilflins Lits at Pearl Gity
The Company have expended 820,000
to procure an ample supply of pine
mountain water, resulting In the com
pletion of two large Reservoirs with
storago of nearly 2,000,000 gullons.
From a distributing Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above sea level, water
lias been laid along Lehua Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot in a G-ineh Cast
Iron Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will hind Itself in tbe
Deeds to carry purchasers and their"
families and servants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Por Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of 9 years from the date
These special Rates of Kare will lie
transferable with the property during
the term named in the Original Deed.
Trains will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
City. Trains will reach Honolulu at
0:45 and 8 or 8.45 and 11:50 a. in , leave
Honolulu for Pearl Itv and way Sta
tions ut 8:15 a. m and 1:45 nod 4 to
4:30 and 5:10 to 5:30 p. m. subject how
ever to such changes as may be from
time to time found necessary for the
convenience of tbe public or business
interests of the umpany. Evening
Trains will also be run whenever there
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
'I hose desiring lots where the most
charming view can be had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Leluui, Ma.Uo or
Woodluwn Avenues; this Is i most
charming location for residences, as all
agree who have t.ken the trouble to
walk up Lelnia Avenue above the Kwa
Court (louse. As a health, resort, a
bolter situation cannot be found. To
assist settlors, the following easy terms
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 yearn,
One-ihird iu 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent,
Thus making It possible for tho most
iimueu iu means, to ' nroeure a line
residence. Distance is aiml-
rallwuv communication, so
that people living at Pearl Cltv will
reach Honolulu fii less time than ll
takes to come fiom Wniklki by the
ordinary means of travel, while ihe ex
pense for a person will not be more
limn live cents per day givaler than the
present cost of travel to Wniklki by
Now is your Mum lo proruie
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Pi Ices lower than they can ever be
hmuiht Iu the future,
Don't Lot Your Opportunity Slip
Jim tin you U ye iii quote Urn
'tliliiilKlitniiyliiKHii hi nfiuii Iiimr
liniil nmiphi wtmliail 11 nlmnnt in buy
llie ulioliMif Kiiliiiil.iiliiiu iun rlir ,,
mm, hill lliey illiln'll A vviml milm
(t Miii n( Hie .ul imii he m Ml
lIlM (ill leu (if tilt hiitlllii llnrihHiiM'ii,,
Ujll 111 ill) Mlwi OUIII. Iluliullllli, whine
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, Nov. 18tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A 51..
At the residence of Mil. .1. I1EUA
PATH, No. !1 Kukul street (on account
of departure), I will sell at Publio
The Entire Housoh'ld Furniture,
Comprising in part:
Plush Parlor Chairs
Center Jb Sofa Klips,
Chandeliers, Lace Curtains,
Upholstered In Kaw
Silk and Plush i
B W. Mnrble-lo. Center Table,
(iii aiiiinic-iup lieurooni Set,
Mattrassex, Feather Pillows,
Vionna Rockors, Wardrobe,
Dining-room Table Chairs,
B. W. Marble-top Sideboard,
Plated Tea Service.
Cruets, Knives & Forks,
1 National Sowintr Machine,
Decorated China Tea Set,
Crockery ,fc Qlasswaie, N
Hefrlgcr.itor, Oil Stoves,
1 Rollo Stove and Utensils,
(larileii Tools ,t Hoe,
1 Side .s nldlf, Ktc Kle.
.FAS. F. MORGAN,
7()" ' AuetlouBcr.
AUG V IOM SALE OF
By order of Hoij. E. MULLKR, I will
sell at Public Auction, at his resi-
denee Punahou street.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Entile Household Furniture, com
prising in pari:
1 Carvoa Oak LibrarF Set,
Bonk Case, Desk, 'Tables and Chairs.
Statuary. Engravings, Paintings,
B. W. Parlor Set,
Larue Center Rugs, Tapestry Por
tieres. Large Decorated i handellers.
Japanese t-ereens and Ornaments,
1 Elegant B.W, Diningroom Set
With Pressed Leather Chairs,
Table Cutlery, Silverware,
1 Fine Porcelain Dinner Service
Cut Glass Wine Set.
One Vienna Parlor Set,
Antique Oak Bedroom Seta,
With Bevelled Mirrors;
Mattresses, Mosquito Nets,
Bed and Table Linen,
Kitchen Range & Utensils
Refrigerator, Meat Safe, EcU Etc.
1 Cnrrlmre Morm:, 1 Ib4Moa. Set
tlnrm-HN, n ddlM, Ktc.
OSyPartieular attention is called to.
this Sale of New and Elegant House
hold Furniture, embra. lug tbe llnest
furniture offered for sale In Honolulu.
BaTParties wMiing to Inspect the
furniture previous to the sale, can do so.
on application to the Auctioneer.
JAS. f. morgan;
701 13t Auctioneer
AUCTION 8ALE OF
By order of U. BREWEU & Co., L'd.
I will offer at lublic Auction at,
their Queen Street Stores,
On THURSDAY, TNov. 2,
AT II O'CLOCK A. M..
The followlug Vehicles ordered sold by
Geo. L. Brownell make of
Extension Top Caliriolei,
Extension Top t-Seit Piano-box
Extension Top Side-bar Buggy,
Open Village Carl.
Dole & Oxunml niiike ot
Extension Top 2-seat Carry-all,
Kv(euslon Top Phaeton,
PKtfiMlnii Top Side-bar Bngg.
Open "ivort" Side-spring Bnggy
0teu Democrat Wagons M-Seat,
Ox Carts suitable for hauling whip,,
Mule OnrtH, Duiiij) Our(H
liana Curl, Market uud Delivery
Wagons i ulsii
I GOOSENECK CANE WAGON,
All of (lie iilmvn hiilll (if iitiiM rr
Hmik III Die mm, iiiji hi Lin ud uilli'M
I'tjIIUslul Of HI irlVHtt (Will llfiujl' lln