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T JII JBJ
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892.
KONA COFFEE IN GREECE.
It will bo a matter of considerable
public interest to learti tbnt n large
llrm in Alliens lias sent a draft for
several hundred dollars to one of the
leading business houses in Honolulu
with an order for a consignment of
Kona coffee. The fame of Kona can
travel no further, for Athens is al
most exactly half-way round the
world from Honolulu. This is good.
Let us hope that the aroma from the
berries, as they pass on their way,
inav reach the noses of the French
and Italian governments, and that
additional orders will follow. Here
surely is a good opening. Imagine
Kona coffee being sipped under the
stiadon of the Parthenon! Hawaii
is winning her way. This should
stimulate our coffee-growers. Who
knows but a great future lies in the
coffee plants, when from the immedi
ate neighborhood of "Aiaby the
Blest" comes to far off Oahu a call
for Island coffee. Let our merchants
scud the very best. Let our coffee
be well represented in Chicago, and
things may yet brighten upon us from
A QUEEN'S GIFT.
Live Cnronnut Tri-o I'roHontort to
Uolilen Untff l'nrtt by i(ucui Uow
Mr. Stevens, representing the
Golden Gate Park Commissioners of
San Francisco, came here in Septem
ber, 1891, bearing an order from the
Commissioners for a cocoa nut tree
bearing fruit. Mr. Stevens selected
a tree at the Old Plantation on King
blreet. Aftei considerable trouble
and expense had been incurred in
digging up the tice, it met with an
ucoidentAlirougli the sling of the
gearing giving way.
In the meantime Mr. Stevens re
turned to the Coast without the tree,
much to the disappointment of those
interested in San Francisco. Whilst
Mr. W. M. Giffard was visiting Mr.
,1. McLaren at the Golden Gate Park
last December, Mr. McLaren and the
Commissioners spoke to him about
the cocoanut tree in question, and he
promised to attend to its shipment on
bis return. Mr. Giffard finding that
the tree selected by Mr. Stevens
would not stand futthcr moving, he
looked around and finally, in company
with Mr. J. Kidweil, selected a young
tree bearing fruit on pioperty be
longing to the Queen Dowager. Her
Majesty generously donated the tree
for the purpose intended, and Mr.
Kidnell kindly offered his services
for its removal. Wednesday and
Thursday Mr. Kidweil, Capt. King,
Messrs. Fiank Ilustace and W. M.
Giffard successfully removed the
lice, its base to a height of several
feet skilfully enclosed in a box of
caith by Mr. Kidweil, from Kakaako
to ihu Oceanic Steamship Co.'s dock
foi shipment to San Francisco by the
The tree and box weigh about five
tons. There are a score or so of nuts
on the tree, and- its height is abotil
.S0 feet. It will be placed in a cen
tral position in the conservatory of
Golden Gate Park, and be labeled as a
flirt from Queen Dowager Kapiolani.
Mr. McLaren is to be congratulated
on securing a young fruiting cocoa
nut tree of dwarf dimensions, as this
kii.ri is exceedingly hard to find near
the wharves handy for shipment, and
pioperty holders as a rule do not care
to have valuable tiees removed.
Mr. Cogswell has completed and
now exhibits in his studio, Sprock
ets' block, full length portraits in oil
of His late Majesty Kalnkaua and
Her Majesty Liliupkalnni. Tho late
King is dressed in his favorite state
umlnrni of a Prussian colonel, his
tneust bedecked with orders, and on
the tiblc where his hand rests is his
crow it of slate. The Queen is in full
Couit dress, wearing a purple bash
ami lue Kamehauicha star. Pose and
expression in both paintings are nat
ural to the life, and all the details
are exquisite in execution and eon ect
in coloring. The canvas of each is
8ft. by Ml., enclosed in a massive
gilt frame. These portraits have
peculiar historical as well as high art
inlet est, and they ought to become
me property of the state. The artist
has solicited inspection by members
ot the Legislature. Mr. Cogswell
received the 83000 appropriated by
llin United States Congress for a
portiait of Abraham Lincoln.
A traveling inun wiio chanced to
be in the store of IS. V. Wood, at
Molvres Rocks, Pa,, says while he
was uniting to see Mr. Wood, a little
giil came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
said: "Mumma wants another bot
tle ol that medicine; she says it is
the best mediciuufor rheumatism she
over used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Mns Maiiv Lvij:, lately book-keeper
will) Ugun fc Uunn, is picpuied to do
htuiiK-craphing ami typo-writing at
iiitjtlfrutu iiitcy. Gr.tduuto of Ile.ild'a
UUejness College, gun FruuuUco,
Ullljtt"witlu(3.j3FiMcCaitliy, a5 $er-
,cliuiWHtrooi.Bfr' .SjSr at 5 Jym,-
Fiuuat, June 10, 1892.
House convened at 10 o'clock.
Prayer by Chaplain. Heading of
minutes by Secretary ; minutes wcro
approved as read.
Rep. Wilder presented a petition
from Wilder Steamship Co., Castle
& Cooke, W. G. Irwin and the Oahu
Railway & Land Co., that certain
sums advanced by them to further
the woik on the Volcano road during
the term of Minister Thurston in
1890, and since during the adminis
tration of Minister Spencer, be or
dered paid by the Assembly, the
present Minister, Spencer, refusing
to pay the said claims. Discussion
ensued on the matter of lefercncc to
committee. Rep. Smith and Nobles
Thurston and Cornwcll were in favor
of reference to the Finance Commit
tee, while Noble Peterson was strong
ly oppose1l.Aftersomo littl5 debate
Rep. Smith withdrew his motion and
the petition was referred to the Judi
ciary Committee as moved by Noble
Chief Justice Judd attended and
swore in Rep. Bipikane.
Noble Pua from the district of
Honolulu that 83.000 be appropriated
for the opening of a road from the
bridge near the Reformatory School
to the Itisaue Asylum. To Commit
tee on Public Lands.
Tho same member also presented a
petition from the same district con
taining 115 signatures and praying,
(1) that the President and members
of the Board of Health be removed
and that an Hawaiian Board and a
Foreign Board bo established; (2)
that the law relating to the segrega
tion of lepers be repealed ; (3) that
the laws relating to vaccination be
repealed; (4) that husbands be
allowed to accompany leper wives and
vice versa to theLeper Settlement.
To the Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Bush, a petition that a sum
be appropriated for the opening of
Kuakini street from Nuuanu to Liliba
streets. To Public Lands.
Noble Baldwin from the committee
on Finance presented a report on a
petition presented by Rep. Kamauoha
and relating to desired reduction in
the salaries of all Government em
ployees, and the committee say that
they are in perfect accord with the
sentiment of economy there express
ed but do not deem it good policy to
adopt a regular system of reduction
in salaries. They recommend the
consideration of each individual case.
After short discussion the report
was laid on the table for considera
tion with the Appropriation Bill.
Noble Williams from the Piinting
Committee reported bills Nos. 5, .6
and 33 to 38 inclusive, as printed
and ready for distribution.
Noble Thurston from the Commit
tee on Public Lands, leported on a
petition referred to them, emanating
from Hilo and relating to a request
for an appropriation for additional
water woiks in that district, to the
effect that the committee had care
fully considered tho question and
from the prospective lack of recoup
ment by the Government.and the ex
isting financial condition of the coun
try, they find that they cannot war
rant the proposed expenditures and
recommend that the petition be laid
on the table. The report was signed
by all ttie members of the committee.
After considerable discussion a mo
tion to receive and lay the report on
he table was carried.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported Bill No. -18
printed and leady to distribute.
Rep. Kamauoha icad for the first
time a bill relating to the use of ex
plosives in fishing.
Noble Neumann read for first time
a bill relating to liens by agisters
and livery stable keepers.
Rep. Kapahu offered a resolution
that, Whereas one J. C. Searle, depu
ty sheriff ut Kau, Hawaii, had re
signed, but was yet obtaining pay
from the Government that the pay be
stopped from date of resignation.
Referred to the Attorney-General for
On motion of Minister Widemann
the rules were suspended and Bill
No. G, was taken fiom the table, read
a second time, and referred to the
Noble Cornwell read for the first
lime a bill to amend Section 120 of
tho Civil Code, relating to the keep
ers ot stallions.
Rep. Waipuiluni propounded ques
tions to the Attorney-General regard
ing the Police, relative to the pay,
name, number, dale of appointment
and resignation, and date of increase
or decrease in pa-, to members of
that body. Referred to the Attorney
General. Secretary McCaithy read a com
munication from the Hawaiian Jockey
Club to the members of the Assem
bly inviting the latter to be present
as their guests on the 11th iust., Ka
On motion of Noble Walbridgethe
communication was received and the
invitation accepted with thanks to
the Jockey Club.
At 12:07 on motion, tho Assembly
adjourned until Monday morning at
O. O. F.
LL Members of tho I. O. O. F, and
their Families are iiiucstcd to at
tend Memorial Service at (liiruioiiy Hull,
King Mieel, NEXT SUNDAY, .lime
llh, at !l o'l'loeU i m, All are cor
dially invited to contribute Flowers.
Pur order. M. N. KENNEDY,
Hecrutury vt Couiiiilttcooii,Anuiige-
T-r-rn,jrr..u T - ""w.iiu h
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Levey.
IMPORTED CARRIAGE HORSE
On MONDAY, Juno 13th,
AT ltf O'UI.OUK XODX,
I will soil In front of my Salesroom
1 IMPORTED CARRIAGE HORSE
Well-broken to Single ami Double Har
ness, kind and gcntlo and perfectly safe.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
444 It Auctioneer.
Auction S.ilos by James F. Morn.
Having heretofore, to wit, on tho
25th day of May, 1892, distrained for
arrears of rent of the Chinese Theater
premises, King street, tho following
Goods and Chattels, to wit:
8 Chests containing Chinese Cloth
inc, . Garments and . Puraplicrn ila,
Masks', "j'anr and Sundries used in
Chinese plays, 1 Chinese Joss, Lumps,
Large Clock, Small Clock, Lanterns,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Funs, Orna
ments, Cbineso Musical Instruments,
Chinese Weapons, SofaB, Step Lad
ders, etc., etc., all used in said Chi
nese Theater, tho same being the pro
perty of Chook Pan On & Co.
Notice is hereby given that in caso
of non-payment of such arrears of
rent and costs within 15 days from
this date the wiid Goods and Cnattcls
will be sold at Public Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, tho 27th day of Juno
hiBt., at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
at the Chinese Theater premises on
King street, Honolulu, near the Oahu
Railway & Land Co.'s office
YJM QUM and
Dated Honolulu, Juno 10, 1802.
The undersigned, Alakema Naone,
Administrator of the Estate of Ka
pika Naone, deceased, by virtue of an
order of sale made by tho Hon. S. B.
Dole, one of the Justices of the Sup
reme Court, dated May 27, 1892, will
sell at Public Auction, for the pur
pose of paying tlje debts of baid. de
ceased On SATURDAY, June 18tli,
AT IX U'ULOCU NOUN,
At tho Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan,
in Honolulu, all of the following
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 1
Situated on tho west side Emma
street in Honolulu, nearly opposite
Emma Square, lately occupied by
Tho Property extends from Emma
street to the lano adjoining the Chi
nese Young Men's Christian Associa
tion and will bo told in small lots.
Lots 1 and 2, 1G feet on Emma
street by 100 feet deep, are leased to
Pung You Kee, 17 years remaining,
at $180 per annum.
In the rear small lots will be 6old
in sizes to suit purchasers.
Lot 12, 90 fret on Emma htreet by
150 feet deep, comprises the New and
Desirable House lately erected by
said Naone. This is an unrivalled
opportunity to obtain centrally situ
ated and easily tented propel ties.
0F" A Map may bo seen at Jas.
F. Morgan's auction rooms and fur
ther particulars there obtained.
Administrator Estate of Kapika
Naone. 443 7t
Races ! Races !! Races !!!
THE OARS WILL RUN
Every Qnarter of an Honr !
Botween Paliima and Waikiki, com
mencing at Palatini at 0:17 A m.
until 9:17 v. m.
gF The i hour Cars leaving Pa
lama after 7:17 v. m. go to Rifle
Huugo only; before and after these
times i hourly as usual. 414 It
ay & Laid Co.
THE Postponed Annual Meeting of
the Stockholders of the Oahu
Hallway & Lund Co. will be bold at
the Chamber of Commcice Rooms, in
On FRIDAY, June 17, 1892,
AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
gf Elect ion of Officers and other
W. G. ASHLEY,
HOOBI8 TO LET.
A FRONT Room and a
Mlddlu Room, at No.
a. j. miu iMcuiy I'liriiibiifti
(M ElllplllU JJUl.LKTJN OIIICCc
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
RECEIVER'S SALE ON FORECLOSURE.
Pursuant to an order of Honorablo
8. B. Dole, JiiBtico of the Suptcmo
Court, dated tho 7lh doy of Juno, A.
1), 1892, and made in a certain suit in
Equity brought by O.BOLTE, plaintiff,
agaitiBt L. AKAU and others, defend
ants, for tho foreclosure of a certain
mortgage dated December 30, 1885, of
record in Liber 99, pago 100, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Waitnanalo,
Oahu, and by Duck Joy and L.
Aknu, co-partners under name of
WING JOY KEE CO. of Waimanalo,
Oahu J and by Ung Wa, L. Akau,
Sing Quon, "All Quon, Ah Mi and
Chick Sang, co-purlnorfl under name
of QUONG LEE CO. of Waiinannlo;
and by Akung, Apong, Ah Sun, Ah
Chai, Ang Gong and L. Akau, co
partners under name of MAU SING
& CO. of Waimanalo; and by L.
Akau, San Cheen, Ah Cheong, Le
Cbeong, Ah Hu, Walloon, Ah Leoug,
Pang Kow and Hong Lop, co-partncis
under tho firm name of TAILEI5 CO.
of Walmauulo; and L. Akau, All Choi,
Wahoon and Wo Chung Co., co-partners
under tho firm name of KWONG
HOCK CO. of Waiinannlo j and by
Am Ngin, Tai Chin, Tin Ban and Tung
Lau, or-partners under namo of
KWONG SING CO. of Waimanalo ;
mortgagors, to O. Bolte, mortgagee; I
will sell at Public Auction at the auc
tion rooms of J. F. Morgan, auction
eer, on Queen street, m Honolulu,
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 18th day of Juno, A. D.
1892, free from all incuuibiunccs all
tho Property and Premises in
cluded in said mortgage and all the
mortgagor's right in Equity therein.
The Properly is as follows :
1 Lease from the Waimanalo Sugar
Company to Lau Akau & Co., (Wing
Joy Kee'Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record, in Book (33, page 4(5,3, for
tho term of Eighteen years from
January J, 1881.
8 Lease from the Waimanalo Sugai
Company to Kwong Lee Co. (Quoug
Lee A Co.), dated February 1, 18S1,
of report! in Ioqk 08, pago 4157. for
the term of eighteen yeais from Jan.
3 Lease fiom the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co., to Man Sing Co. and Kwong
Hook Co., dated February 1, 1881, of
record in Book 08, pago 481, for tho
term of eighteen years from January
4 Lease from the Waimanalo Sig
ur Co. to Tai Lee & Co., dated Janu
ary 1, 1881, of record in Rook 08, pago
470, for the term of eighteen years
from January 1, 1881.
5 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Sing & Co., dated Feb.
12, 1881, of record in -Book 08, pages
474-7, for the term of eighteen years
from the 1st of January, 1881.
G Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Hock Co., dated
Feb. 1, 1881, of record in Book 08,
page 477, for tho term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
7 Lease from the Waimanalo Sug
ar Co. to Man Sing & Co. and the
Kwongt Hock Co., dated February 1,
1881, of record in Book 08, pigo481,
for the term of eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
8 Lease from the Wnim.inalo Sug
ar Co. to the Kwong Sing Co., dated
August U, 1884, of record in llook 89,
p.ige H30, for the term of eighteen
years from January 1, 1881.
Also personal properly mortgaged
by L. Akuunnd others at Waiinannlo
to C. Bolte, as followb;
KWONO HOOK COMPANY Oil KWONG
1 rice mill, 1 paddy store house, 5
hoiiKUt, cook limine, shed, etc.; 28
horbos, 10 pair oxen, 22 yokes and
chains, 10 saddles, 3 ox curU,30 pitch
folks, 30 shovels, 30 bpades, 45 boos,
4 mattocks, 24 cami knives, 8 bets har
ness, 15 ploughs, 1 lmnow, 10 mares
and colts, 79 pigb, 07 acres r'pe cane,
5 acres young cane, 1 cattle brand.
1 house, 4 horses, 50 hoes, 50 cano
knives, 4 ploughs, 13 shovels, 0
spndes, 9 yokes mill 13 chains, 10
pitcli forks, 3 saddles, 8 mattocks, 12
pigs, 130 acres ripe cane, 50 acres
TAI SINO COMPANY.
1 houeo, 8 hones, 50 acres young
KWONQ HINO COMPANY.
1 bouso, 2 horses, 4 mules, 40 acres"
ripe cane, 50 ucres young cano.
WINO JOY KKB COMPANY.
1 liou-io, 10 horses, 2 mules, 3
ploughs, 3 do., 11 iron chimin, 31
shovels, 24 spades, 00 hoes, 12 pitch
folks, 51 caiiu knives, 20 mullocks, 1
harrow, 4 Baddies, 14 sots harncbsl22
pigs, 2 ox earls, 33 acres ripe caue,
217 ucres young cano.
TAI LBE COMPANY.
1 bouso, 4 ho rises, 10 oxen, 1 ox
cart, 4 ploughs, 3 sliovcls, 0 Hpades, 1
harrow, 14 iron chains, 14 yokes, 70
hoes, 30 cane knives, 0 pitcli folks, 3
baddies, 2 sets harness, 21 lengths of
flume, 00 acicu ripe oano, 181 ucies
tJtT And also all other property
of hiiid moitgagors, which is covered
by said mortgage, whether specified
heio in detail or not.
The leases and leaseholds aro
subject to all the tonus ami condi
tions therein contained.
Deeds at expense ol pur-
cliabers. A (iopokit of tun (10) per
cent of the sum bid will Lc roijuiietl
from bidder. Sale Htibject tu con Ur
ination by thu Court.
O, BOLTE, Receiver.
Honolulu, June 7, lb'Jli. 412-81
Grapes For Sale !
niJAl'KS fiesh fiom the tieo,
CX pounds for 81, me forulc ut
.J'JilJ , . Knrt clriuir
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
ItlUIIAItl A. IUcOUICOY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
t&" For full particulars apply to
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Pasture Lauds in Kapuliulii,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
oiler for sale at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Juno IS,
AT 12 O'OLOOK NOOK,
The Following DesiMblo Properties:
1 Lot 37 of the Knpnbulu survey,
including an iiea of 455 acics and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
mauku sides with stone wall for tho
most part. This laud is bounded
mauka by the Waialae road, easterly
by Vaiahie and westoily by Lot 38.
2 Lots 33, 33 and 34 of the Kapii
liulu survey, including an area of
389J acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wiie fence and for a short dis
tance by a sleep pnrt of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by the
Waialae lioad, ensleily by J.,ol 37,
westerly by the i'i of l'ahoa and nia
kai by l'urk lots, and has an outlet on
the Park and a water supply for
stock. This land ib cleared of lautanu
for about of its aiea.
3 A portion of tho Hi of l'ahoa
lying west of Ilia last mentioned hind
with tho Waialao road skirting its
mauka side. 'The new ICapaliulu
road outs across its westerly end.
Aiea 73 ucies. Fenced on its east
CfiT" All of these Lands furnish
considerable pasture during a large
part of the year and contain i yosiiiy
increasing growtli of algeroba trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
JAS. F. MORGAN,
42S 22t Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of an order Is
sued out of tho Supienu', Court, iu Pio
Uatc, dated the lDth day of May, 181)2,
npoii the petition of Alow. J. Cartwilht,
Executor of the last will and testament
of Kliza J. Holt, deceased, praying for
an older for leave to sell certain Heal
Estalu belonging to said decedent's es
tate, I am directed by the said A. J.
Caitwiight, Executor as aforesaid, to
offer at Public Auction at my Salesroom,
in Honolulu, on SATOKIMY, the 1-th
day of .lime, 1892, at 12 noon ot that
day, all and singular the following des
cribed pieces or parcels of laud :
1 All that Piece or Paicel of L-ind
situate at. Ktipmikolo. in Honolulu, con
taining :i-10 of an acip, and de-'cilbed in
Koynl Patent 10.SG, L. U. A. 10:19, leased
to J. F. Colbiirii for $120 "cr annum.
2 All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate at Kalawuhine, Iu said Honolulu,
ami known as the "iJotrqn Premises,"
and tliu same as described 'iu Koyal Pa
tent 1107. L. O. A. 1037.
3-All that Piece m- Piueel of Land
situate on Foil htreet, in said Honolulu,
und occupied by J. J. Caideu as a family
lesldence, lease expiring in May, 1SUI,
vearlv rental 8 180.
4 All that Piece or Parcel of Lund j
situate on Foit street, in said Honolulu, I
and occupied by A. v Clark as a family
residence, yciuly rental 8-ISO.
fi-All those 1'eriaiii Pieces or Parcels
of Laud situate at P.ilaiua afoies.iid,
and being Apanas 1 and 2 of Jtoyal Pa
tent 250-1. L. U. A 20!r mid Apulia 2 of
Iloy.il Patent 2S17, L. l A. 8370, under
Umsh to Ah In at ayeaily rental of SS0.
The above sale is niiido subject lo con
tinuation by the Court issuing the aider
, wir 'Perms Cnsb Iu U. 8. Gold Coin.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
For further puitictilars apply to A. J.
JAS. F. MORGAX, "
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreo ose and..f Sale.
IN accoidance with tho provisions con
tained Iu that certain Indenture of
mortg.igu dated thu 8th day ol May, A.
U. IbUO, Hindu by O. V. Hart of Hono
lulu, . Island ot Oahu, to Mrs. Adelia
Cornwell ot tho same place and of re
eoid in the Ollice of Itelsiriii' of Con
vuyuiiuus Iu Liber 12(1. on paes 40 and
41; no! ice is huieby given that the uu
deisigucd intends to fnu'ClOhC said mort
gage for condition broken, to-wlt; non
payment of the principal ami interest
the same being due, and
Notlco is hereby given that after the
expiration of tluee weeks from the date
or this notice, the 1'ropeity in baid inoit
gage dei-il debciibed will bu sold at 1'nli
lie Auction, tu the city of Honolulu, Isl
and of Ouhu, on TUESDAY, the Hih
day of dune, 1B!)2, at VI noon of Unit
day, at thu uuetlou rooms of Jas. V.
For fiutlifi- paitimilars imply to
MRS. AUELI.X OJtNWULL,
Or to A. J. Millwright. Agent; or to
Cecil Urown, Attoinov-at-L.iw.
Dated Honolulu, May 17, 1602.
Property lu f-uid mortgage mentioned
lht All that Property situate on fie
N. E. corner of lieretauiu and I'lmeh
bowl stieeta, and being apaua 2 of Royal
l'uteiit No '2i!',l(i. The above piemlk'S
have Two Cottages upon them, and
bring in a yeuily lental together of 510.
2d All Unit certalu other l'lopoity
situate on tho H. K. coiner of Iteietaula
and I'uuehhowl stieels, and being thu
picmtscH noon which thu Aimory and
two other Cottugufi t-taud and contain
ing an aiea ot (iS-100 of an aciu, this
pioperty brings In a yeuily rental of
about 91100. 441 fit
When you wuui. u 1'orirnlt
Enlarged cull on King Uron.,
get their irice lint und hoo
J8iumlefl. .They toau! tj buiboftt.
HAVE OPENED TIIEIE
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaaliumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lane AssortiBit of to Good's sx "Benin."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
New Rugs & Carpets,
ine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estaiiushkd
Ice Cleats k Refrigerators,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat oa Tools, Implemnis & Supplies
Paints, Oils is Varnishes.
Yacaara Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils I
Always the same; made by a special
process and always reliable
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit..
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins Now Block, Fort & Merchant streets
B 5 ffi
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to bu Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless-
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
86?-Tho Adeline Rluck Stocking aro Mm Best Mnrte -a
At Greatly lteiluced Prices.
Chenille Portieres at $G a Pair. Black Headed CapeH for Ladies, $5-
from $15 und ij!20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEA.lt AT COST.
A now line of Clnillies at 40o. per yard. 42-incli All Wool Dress
Goods, in Plain, Striped and Chocked, reduced from
ijsl to COo. per-yurd, at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
r" Dressmaking under tho uiiiimgetiiont of MIS8 CLAKIC. littt
ONE Good Keeoud-ha-'d Upright
I'lauo; alho 1 Grand Piano. Eu
ipdioof N, I UU11UKS.S,
uppo. thu lea Works, IJeretuula st.
Mutual Tel. 152. 4IUlw
DUVAL PKHMISKS, ai
HeretauU stieet, opuo
site Koit-btieot Chinch. Aii
J. I. LIIXIK,
At'l'l 11. Duvli'K.V Co.
PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
J- columns of Interesting leading
Mulled to .lorenruscountrlus:
OF NEW YORK.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ALL persons having accounts
uguiiiBl tho Legislative As
sembly of 181)2 are requested to
luiiid their bills in on Legislative
Ulants which can bo had fiom
the Clerk. No othor forms will
I hi accepted.
O. J. MoOAUTIIY,
. -.Honolulu, Juno 4118l)2.
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