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JDAIL.Y BULLHITIN : HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 18, 18U0.
J, N, S. WILLIAMS,
It.. MORE, ; :
Engineers. &; Iron Founders,
Office & Works.
IAN U I.' ACTUltKKS OF
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, rfteum Engines,
Stettin Boileis, Juice Tanks, Cooleis, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Can.,
Cuue Care, Elevators, ConeyorB, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought it Cast Iron Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Irou, Etc., Eto., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
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Holf AffpntR llumillan ImIiiikIm lor (lie
SF" Repairs of all kinds of Machinery
at uhort notice.
Special Bargains in All Department In
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White. Drees Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yaid.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Moiree Silk, $1.25 and
$1.50, formerly $2.50 yaid.
All wool Plaids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents, yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
Dressmaking under the management of Miss CLARK.
Haying removed our SODA WORKS to more comraodioun quaiters at
No. SO JBXXO'JC1 SSTHR ISIET,
fNear the Custom House)
ffa are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the fallowing High Class Aerated Beverages :
Lemon, Strawberry or
Using exclusively the HYA'IT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
fJ.ANTATlON & INSUHANUE AGKNTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, -Agricultural Implements,
I'LANTATION HUi:'ll.I JUM,
Onrpenler', Blacksmiths', Mui'hiniiita't A I'lluubtir' TooIh,
fi),USE FURiNLSHlNG GOODS!
Kitchen Uteiinili,, I'tiiitto, 0i), VhiiiIuIihb, Lump (IihkIm und
done at reasonable rates, and
Embroideries, dress lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces & Flouncings, at your
All styles of Curiums fc Drapeiy,
Gents' Undeiweai, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
Water, and Crab
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
Property atPearl City
Hy older of the OAI1U RAILWAY &
LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction nt Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK 1. .11..
A limited number of those deshable
Mil Lets at Pearl Gily
Ttie Company hae expended 820,000
to procure au ample, supply of pike
uiuuntaln water, resulting In the com
pletlou of two laige Reservoirs with
storage of nearly 2,000,000 gallons.
Fiom a distributing Reservoir with u
eiumeltv of 700.000 irallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above ca level, water
hit been laid along Lehua Aveuno to
the Pearl City Depot In a G-lnch Cast
Iron Pipe, fimii which uiitrr will bo
-mppllcd by thu Comp.my at Uovern
ment i ate.'
The Company will bind Itself In the
Deeds to oiury puielmt'eis aud their
f iinllles and servants by i nil between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Por Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Por Mile, lot Clnsa,
During a tei in of ! yeais fiom the dme
of pill chase.,
i'hese special Kates of I'nie will be
iiausfei able w 1th the pioperty dining
tin term named In the Oilgtiuu Hoed.
Tiatns will ulvwijs be i tin for leasouahle
accommodation of residents at Poml
iltv. Trains will reach IIouolulu at
0:15 and 8 or 8. 45 aud ll:ii0 a. m .leave
Honolulu for Pearl i Ity aud way Sta
tions ut 8:15 u. m and 1:45 and 4 to
4::10 and r:li to r::)0 p. in. subject how
ever to such changes as may be fi om
time to time found necessiuy for the
convenience of the public or business
Intel ests of the i ompiiuy. Evening
Trains will albo be run whenever tlieie
Is a leasouable demand.
Those desiring lots where the most
chnimiii view can lie had fiom the
veranda of cottage or mansion, ean
obtain lots fronting on Lehna, Malic or
Woodlavvn Avenues; this Is a most
ch.ii mine location for residences, as all
agree who. have tiken the trouble to
walk up Lehna Avenue above the Ewa
Com t House. As a health, reseat, a
belter situation cannot be found. To
assist settleis, the following eusy teims
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 yearB,
One-i'hird in 5 yearB,
With Interest at 7 Por Cent.
Thus making it possible for the. most
limited In means, to pioeiue a flue
healthy lesidenee. Distance lb anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living' at Peail City will
leaeh Honolulu in less time than It
Uikes to come fiom Waikiki by the
oullnary means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person will not bo moie
than live cents per dai gieater than the
present cost of travel ro Waikiki by
Now Is your time to piocnre
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can ever be
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If .von do .von will live to quote the
"hind sight" sayings we so often hear
fi om people who had a ehanre to buy
the whole of Kulaiiknhua Plains for a
song, but they didn't ! A woid to the
wise is sulllelent.
13" Maps of the Lots ean be seen at
the otllces of the Pacific Harnwaie Co.,
Hawaiian News Co,, aud T. G. Tin inn's,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, vvueie
all liuther information can be obtained.
BHOWN Leghorn Cocke
thoi oughbred. Addi ess "Ha
wailiui Ostilch Farm," Ka
plojapl Park; Mutual Tele-(!!.-,
NK House, and Lot ou
Bcietanla street, a few
doors above the Arinorv.
For particulate lnquiie within.
AVERY Convenient and
Desirable Cottage fur
nished or iiufuiiilplied. near
tno out lusetjiill ground at Makikl Ap.
ply at GULICK'S AGENCY.
C76 tf 3 Merchant Hticet.
HUITE of Three Nleelv
FurulBhed Rooiiih. two
and nurlor. on
'7'uiichbQwi .street, pear Palacu Walk;
suitable for two single (uiitloincti.
f.tll tf II. F. 1IEHHAK1).
NTOKISB TO LET.
y0 Hloieunn Klughlreet
i-ereiillv ui'iiiip ii hy
Mr, UIiiih. Iliuiucit, to let nt
rciwoimlilu it'liliil, Pit'iitlHim lmve lieuu
MmioiiKlily iiiiinvntiv). Jomiiioii ni
pnn Ajild) to
U7V III Jiliiiii'Clni,
nWIIIAIII,!, I'lvr. IhiMlii
Oiillliut) llll imiihln,
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THE SUGAR TRUST FLOORED,
Receivers Appointed by
It Cannot Legally Hold
flu, ol Ko-Orern.li iuiutoii.
Bad Financial Showlng-'Divldcnih Paid Out
ol Borrowed Mortoy.
tit-rut Fall In VrtlllrnteM t
San Fuancisco, Nov. 0, 1890.
Judge Pratt of the Supremo
Cuurt, Brooklyn, befoie whom the
winding-up petition was piesunted,
rendered an iinpoitnnt (lecision on
the :3rd inatnnt, in the litigation
arifdn nut of the proposed re-orga-niz.it
inn of the Sugnr Trust. Ho
ordered the uppolntuient of two ie
oeivers, and held that the trustees
were not in legal possession of the
trust assets, nnd theiefore could not
distribute them. Following is the
ruling as repoi ted in the San Fiun
ciaeo Chionioh', which has favored
thu trust throughout its entire fight:
New York, Nov. .'). Judge Pratt
has handed down a decision in the
sugar ti list ciibc, in which he says
that a icceivership is necessary und
that two receiveis should be ap
pointed. The receiveis will take
possession ot all the properties and
moneys of the trust. It is under
stood that no pel son identified dir
ectly with the tiust will be ap
pointed. The Judge gives the two parties
to the suit until Thursday to agree
upon two persons to be appointed as
The decision is rendered in the
cases known as Cameron against
Iluvcmeyer and Huvemeyer 'against
the Brooklyn Sugar Refinery Com
pany. The Judge justifies the orig
inal injunction lcstraining the plan
of ie oig.inization, hut says it has
been superseded under the consent
of both parties. As the plaintiffs
say in their own bill, if the original
tiust agreement be void, ceitmnly
they ought not to attempt to per
form the duties which its language
imposes upon them, because such
acts would constitute offenses against
the law which would subject the cor
porations composing the trust to a
foifeiture of their charters.
The Court holds that the original
stockholders of the corporation, hav
ing delivered their certificates to the
tiustees with authority to issue trust
certificates representing the undi
vided interests of the oi iginal stock
holders, ai e estopped from question
ing the title of the purchasers, and
the holders of the certificates derive
their title from the stockholders of
the corporation, and not from the
trustees, who have merely the au
thority derived from the stockhold
ers. But it is not necessary to de
termine where the legal title is, be
cause the trustees concede in their
hill that they hold it for the benefit
of the certificate holdeis. The de
fendants therefore are in possession
of propei ty belonging equitably to
others, which came into their hands
under an agieement void as to the
main puiposefor which it was made,
and which they cannot legally use
for the purposes for which it was
plnced in their hands. They are
utterly powerless to convey and givo
it in good faith or distribute it to
the rightful owners. The object of
the tiust having failed, each certio
rate hojdcr lias a rfght "to ask that
the affairs of the trust be wound up
and that he shall have hjs sluue jf
the joint property.
His Honor knows no way by
which that can be accomplished ex
cept by the unanimous consent of
the certificate holders, or upon ap
plication to the courts. In the
meantime the disposition of the
propei ty is a vital question. Shall
it he used so as. to endanger the
corporations, or be taken by the
Court and held intact for all of those
inteiested? "Shall this vas amount
of property be left in the hands of a
board acting without defined duties
or restriction, without legal autho
lity and subject to only the will or
discretion of a majority of its mem
bers?" It is conceded that at some
tjmo the Couit must appoint some
pei son to dispose of the property
and divide the proceeds.
The certificate holders ask for an
immediate settlement of the trust,
and the trustees claim that tho pro
per time has not arrived, as there Is
a plan of reorganization. Tnuir
answer is thut a receiver will not in
terfeie with a proper plon of ic
orgatiUallou. indeed, in case a su
tjtfaelory buliunie for ru-oigauUutlon
fc proponed, )iis Honor saw no rea
son why the eortiliimte holders com.
posing t limy ijoi luivo their shuiu
turned over to tlituu, always leaving
enough property In the lunula of tint
luouivurlo meet thu ileuiuiiiU of tlic
oii'illtor mid tin I'cu'llllctitii IioIiIon
who do not. coniu into Hut now
fljaii)0, Tito Court- uoiitliiiiitsi
"lloth jwtjuj ipy MiihiiiU iifjiniiiii,
ilium for tlio ni))ni)UiH'iit nf rtmilv
win ftitli tliu piimovuil HriluN ol Hily
iluyiimnM or iiyfoiii Tlniwiltty W"l,
lliil IIU!lllllU!llJII til IjU 1(1(1 Hl) tl)H
ylwlii TJiu Bisiuuni ul lujiili sill liu
Ml siujb Uuiv ! mms Uw tm
rPO meet the demand of the pub
l Ucfor an oppottuulty to vlRlt
JL'eahl UlTV, the 0AIIU RAILWAY &
UND COMPANY have arranged to
have an Omnibus to meet each ttaln
from Honolulu at Pkahl Cirv Sta
tion every day (Sundays excepted)
from November 16th to November
29th lucluslve; din lug which time
Special Tickets will bo Issued at
Honolulu Station with coupon at
tached to cover the bus fare, at a
cost of GO cents each, for the round
trip, to and oyer P,kaul City aud
leturn. The Company desire thut
nil Intending purchasers shall have
au opportunity to see tho Lots of
fered for salo, and that they may
also see tho provision made lor an
ample supply of P.iro Mountain Wa
ter. The bus provided will take
people all over that'piut of Pkahz.
Uitv now laid out In Btreots. Tho
distributing reservoir full of water
contains about 700,000 gallons and Is
situated at au eluvatluu of 100 feet
above sea level.
The Company1 propose to make
within u month or two another dis
ti Ibutlng reservoir about a halt mile,
farther up, at au elevation of 1'JO
feet above sea level, which will sup
ply water for all Lot1 above the level
ot the piesutlt distributing rctt voir.
The situation of the LOts above tho
100 feet elevation is Hue, aud the
view of I'kaul Haiidok and the
sui rounding country Is most charm
ing, but the Company want the
public to see for themselves, und
thciefutc. make It possible for till to
do so, at a tillling expense, and
with the least possible physical
C8 Remeiiiber. those who Buy
at the Fir-t "Sale will secure Lots
at a Liwor Price than they can
be bought h.t any future tims !
General Manager O.
R. L. Co.
TO THE LADLES !
Of Hun Fruiii'SHFO,
(I'lopiietorof the Herlfeiu Honor, Mar
ket .Street, under Palace Hotel).
InleuiN to ii'iimlii in Honolulu for the
iiftr tluee oi four months for the benefit
of his health, during whiih time he bus
concluded to open a
Ladies' Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladles wishing to have their Fall anil
Winter Costumes made will do well to
call at once to secure their orders.
Riding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsters, Jackets,
all theLatest Designs in
Promenade and Evening Costumep.
f5Br His universal reputation as a
Fitter and Dressmaker is too well
known to need any further recommend
ation. He will guarnntee peifect satls
tion. Cor. Fort & Hotel St.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
Put'Cliibers of Lots. ai'Prarl City w II
Please Taka Noiice.
IPHE Oahu Railway
A Land Co. luive
JL in.ide airaiigemcutM to deliver
lumber and all kinds of llullning male
liul at tho Peail City .Station at the
regular Honolulu pi Ires.
Those desiring to build at Pearl City
upon land sold by the Company please,
call at tho Company's ofllce for further'
1 B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General .Manager O. R. & L. Co.
ITUATION as Clerk or Assistant
W. R. BAXTER,
P. O. Box 294.
FIRST-CLASS droHsiimkers; gpod
pay; only experienced hands need
apply, rorm r Fort and Hotel htieius
(over Klu Hub's dry goods stoic).
MARRIED Couple, tho wife to do
thu cooklnir and housework the
hiiHlmnd to attend to outside, wink,
hoi new, fowls, nillklii!.' Addir "Ha
waiian U tilth Km m," Kaplohuil I'uik;
Muiuii) Telephone :!', ii'.ir, tf
'inr; iniioiiriicd iiiimni) m
t- thu ItiTiiiiouiiy hiigur
held at tint ulllcn of Win, O, Kiullh, hi
lliiiiolulu, at 1) ii'ulocl, a. M., on TUKS.
DAV, Nov. IH, I Wm, IliohifHi. of Int.
WILMAM II. tlAKTI.i:,
Ilumiluln. .Nov. 10, IH70. 7i)ih
mmm m Ijuh'Iu iiuiliii'ij iljai
IIUJ.IU! m uJilllUllH II II II
i umu3i ui
mttfjmi,wu u J
iiitiiiki nrm Ptifimi
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will li ave Honolulu for the above
Friday, Nov. 21st,
For Freight or Passu gu, apply to
Wm. O. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
7'0 Ivw Agill'i"
Pet "S S Aiixludiit,"
Ai The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NS,TK, Iroii'lottr.
Fort Street House,
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the'couiforts of home.
Booms with or without Board.
Board, per week, according to rooms
310 to 912
Transient, per day 32 08
Single Meals CO Cents
ItoiiniN l.arije. Light unil Airy.
uuit Cold llatlis.
II. SI. ItRlKKV,
Hotel HI., : Honolulu.
J. H. FISHER, Piop.
Board and Lodging, per week, (ae-
coiding to loeallon of loomi,..
10 00 to 312 Oil
Tiauslent, per d..y 2 00
Table Board, pel week 7 00
tangle Meals 60
StrVisltors will find this one of the
most comfortable and convenient houses
in the city, the looms being huge, light
and ally. Hot and cold water baths.
I make a spoclalty of repairing line
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc.
first-class work a
Hotel St., under tho "Arlington:"
All orders for cartage promptly atteni'cd
lo. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shippirg
Of good In transit to tl(e other Island;!.
Also, Blank & White Sana
In ipiautltlcx to suit at lowest pi Ices.
tf Okkick: Next door to .las. F.
Jiorgiiu'H auction loom.
Mutual 10 -X&aTELEPHONESfiar Bell 414
J. M. WIllT.S'l.Y U hnppy to
iinnotiiiee to niitious nnd
fill-lids In Honolulu ami eUeuheie, Hint
hi'iieefoilh he will ho ausixtcd In his
duutnl rooms hy Dr A E NICHOLS, grad
uate of the St, Louis Dental College,
and for Mivnral v"hh a sumii-Nfiil piau
tinner In Pusudeiiii, Citllfoiiila Ollh'ti
ioiiis as before fiom H till) a, i, to ti'.IO
1, M, lm
"TUB lv'iiilifliuil Mnii'iiilly lltiiiin liim
1 iwu imiiinliim'i'iiiiiiiiotiiiiiii)iH
plllll'lllh, l.lltlll'O Of lllll'llll llll'jllpl
Wlll S) I" KIH'IIMi II llUIIII llll ll'ilMII.
uhlnli'iiiii', lii'fiiin mill ililllimllm lllili'
if I Ml' I ' WUHMJiMHMIH jhiii lit" in' ii
iln( , iliiiiiiH. liiMflim mill Hit'f mi
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Oceanic Steamship Cup'? .
From San Franoisoo.
Leave Due at
S. F. Honolulu
Zealandia Nov 16 Nov 22
AWncda Deo 13 Dec 20
For San Franoisoo.
Leave Due at
Mariposa Nov 20 . . . .Dec 13
Zealandia. Dec 24.... Jan 10
Intermediate S. S, Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday. ..Nov 7
Friday. ..Deo 5
Friday.. . Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
aiitniui Bui Service
Thu New aud Fine Al Steel Sieamshlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu fiom Sydney
and Auckland on or ubout
Dec. 13. 1890.
Aud will leave for the above port with
malls und passengers ou oi
ubout that date.
3r Foi freight oi passage, having
su, erloi accommodations, apply to
- m .i, 1IUVI & CO.. L'd,
For Sydney and Aucklano,
The Now nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from ban
Fi.iuclsco onor about
IMov. 22, I8S0.
And will have piompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for
the above ports.
C55" For fi eight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Vim Q. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
74 King St,
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
filattiog and Carpets 'Laid.
Fine ' Upholstering t Bedding
Tho hereditary blood poison of
scrofdla dovelops'in the delicate tissues
oi mo Drum,- mental wo tmieaies 'ana
infirmities, idiocy nnd insanity. It en
larges the glands of the tu oat,- impairs
the sense of smell :md't:isto, pr' breaks
into consuming uice s on lue neat, it
destroys he liings, or fills tliemwith
tuberculous set re: Ions It eats away
tho coating of the stomach, enlarges
tho liver, clogs tho kidneys, creates
constipation and induces piles. , No
numan acenry can so uneeauv. per
manently and economically cleanso the
blood of scrofulous pol-on, clear tho
complexion ana stun,, spaip anu niooa,
as toiior's Wyrup JVo. 2, he
great uiuuu iuiiuci. .
Renter's Healing Soap
TToft If nlnrnira if vnn -nrloK fnr n. tav
clear skin, a boft, s ipplo skin. Gives
a naturit tint, liuputs lf.snness, ro
moves blotches, piuvonts eruptions.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
From ami after IIiIh date we
will not bo ii'snonslblo for uny
fi eight aftnr miiiiu has been
laiiditd, Pallida to whom
fiulglit In i'uiikIiiimI must bu
llio lninlliig o ivptilvtt l)H)r
WJLDKH'ri ri h, IM.
Hniinlnlii, Hnpt. 6, !()() USD if
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