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OaHU RAILWAY 4 LAND GO.'S
FIIOM AND AFl'lIlt Vl'.lt.
A.M. A.M. r.M.
leavo Honolulu. ..0:15 8s4fi 1 :45
Arrive Honoullull.. 7 !20 !nr7 2:!7
Leave Honoullull.. 7 :I10 10:43 d:4S
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8 :3o ll:5fi 4:155
P1UUL CITY LOCAL.
Arrivo Poarl City
Lcavo Pearl Clly.. 0:00 .,
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40 .
t Saturdays only.
V II 0
fail a guTlefin
MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1892.
Aim wni'iliip Faaua from Snn Francisco
Brit bk Veiling, Meinmaii, G7 days from
Newcastle, N SW
Stmr Wnlinaualo from Molokni and
Stmr Mokolli from Molokni and Maul
:S nir Kllauea IIou from llamakua
Stmr Chiudhic from Maul
.Schr lleela from Molokni
Stmr Kaala from Kllauea
Stmr Hawaii from Muhukoiia
Stmr Mlkahala fiom Kai.nl
Stmr Hawaii for Mahukona
Schr 11 Me Mori is for Koolau
Stmr O It IMsliop for Wnhmae, Walalua
nud Ktihuku ut 12 m
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau and Wal-
niaunlo at 10 a m
Stmr Wnlmaunlo for Molokai and Luu.il
at G p in
Stiir Jus Makec for Kauai at 4 p m
Schr Ka Slot for Kohohilclo
Sclir Kawnilaui for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W Q Hall for Maui and Hawnil at
10 a m
Stmr Claudine for Maul at 5 p m
Stmr Mlkahala for Kan ti at 5 p m
Stmr Hawaii for Hainakua
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
jfitrnr jClnudluo 2177 bags sugar, 44
bags tnio, 118 bags potatoes, 8U bags
.coi.u., 38 b.ig-t 2oi u meal, 2 horses,
20 higs aiitf 130 pkg sundries
Htmr Mikahala 5052 bugs sugar, 1G0
bags vice, 35 bags pla and C5 pUg3
su ml lies.
iStmr Mokolli 70 bags taro, GO bbls mo
lasses, ICO sheep, 10 calves and 12
Stmr Kiluiica Hon 411)0 bags sugar and
'M head cattle.
:Stmr Walaleale 2G64 bags sugar.
From Maui per stmr Olaudlue, Juno
'.11 E DIVuuey. wife, child and servant,
,Dr G Ilerbeit, wife. 2 childicn aud ser
vant, Mrs M B Bcckwitli, Mrs Von
iGravemeyur, A Cocklmru, O Stoeckle,
Miss Dora Dowsctt, Mies Wodeliousc,
John Kicliardson, W D Ah-xandor, .7
JJjer, Mrs Diier. L S Aungst, H SOvei
end, John F Chase, wife and child, J 0
Flores aud wife, (J HBioad, AFuriaaud
child, W O Achi, J Hnole, Geo O Beok
ley, Awnnn, 1' Quan Yee, C A Brown
and wife, and 71 deck.
From Kmial per stmr Mlkahala, June
12 F V Glade, wife and futiiily, Mis S
W Wilcox, E W Ilold-,woith, wife aud
child, Mrs. I liatuos, Max Sclilemmer, J
Clark, W E Kowell, J K Farley, K S
Gjeidium aud 4!) deck,
The schooner Louis has been hauled
out in the stream
The Faeana is anchoicd on lhe WulMki
side of tlie ban Francisco.
The schooner Hubert Leweis received
sugar f i oui lhe Kilauen IIou to-dav.
The 4-niasted barkentlue Ctiai leS F
Crocker lias finished discharging coal
and will bo hauled up to Bi ewer's whnrf
to receive ballast. Her next poit of
.calling will be the Sound.
Arrivals June 3, stmr Kllauea IIou
'from Honolulu; 8, stmr Kiuau from
Honolulu; 9, 'Am tern John G North,
Ipscu muster, 10. days fiom San Fiuu
,clseo, to Hawaiian Itaihnad Co. Cm go:
gialn, fertiliser, grooeiies lime, 3000 K
V pots, etc. Consignees: It It Hind,
TS Kay, Hawaiian llalhoad Co, S U
Wilder & Co, Puehuehu Plantation Co.
T 11 Davles & Co, Union Mill l o, J S
Low, James Kenton, Mrs EC Bond, Ko
hala Plantation; 10, stmr Kiluueu Hon
Dcpui tines June 3. stmr Kllauea Hon
for llaiiiukua ports; 8, stmr Kinau for
Hllo and way poits; 10, stmr Kllauea
JJuu for Honolulu.
The Goldi-u Hioio umdo tho passage
fiom Sun KiancUco In 11 dnjsLuot 17 as
The.teru J G North, ( 'apt lpseu, iniide
a good lun of 10) dajs to Mabukoua
fiom Suu Fianciseo, and brings ono
day's later news than tbu steamer Mail
BIDWELL In Honolulu, .'une
18"2, John E. Bldwell, aged 47
the wife of Hoti. J. N.
June 12, to
It is generally supposed that Col.
V. V. Asuford, who was a leader in
tbo Hawaiian Patriotic Association
uml who was dibdiaiged by the de
cision of Judge Dole in the prelimi
nary fxiiiniiiiition foe truuaoii, took
his departuic for Muhukona by tho
steamer Hawaii on Friday uight. The
bulk Harvester is ut Ililo expected
to sail shortly for San Francisco, and
by that yesuel it is believed the Col
onel will tako leave of the Kingdom.
Should ho miss the lluivoster, there
are two vessels up for ban Fruncisco
Ut J, McUakthy luib lota on Lllilm
Mi cut for tale. 3-tf
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Coohatui,ations, Hon. J. N. 8. W.
Tkiiiie will bo a band concert at the
Hiiwiiiinn Hotel to-morrow evening.
Thk Koulnu horso won the tug-of-wur
on Saturday, at the Kapiolani
FiiESil frozen oysters will arrivo by
the Australia tomorrow to tho Beaver
Only eight cases of drunkenness
came up for trial this morning in tho
The Police Courtroom contained an
unuKiml largo attendance of people
The biennial reporto! tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs was distributed
through tho Assembly this morning.
The S. S. Australia will bo along
bright and early from tho Coast to
morrow with llfteen days' later ucwh.
It is the talk among the bloods
that horse-races at Kapiolani .Park
will be one of the attractions on July
The Maui people havo successfully
experimented with explosives in mak
ing rain fall, according to our Muui
The Austro-Huiigarian corvotle Fa
sana saluted tho Hawaiian flag this
morning, and was responded to by
the Kakanko butter v.
Ititv. V. H. Kitcat, of Lahaiua,
Maui, w.is ordained a priest on Sun
day by tho Bishop of Honolulu, Rev.
Mr. Usborne assisting.
The public streets looked deserted
on Saturday night, prominent among
thoso who stuyed at home being "the
fellows who got the straight tips."
Tub band will give a- moonlight
concert at Emma Squaro this even
ing. Tho new (?) piece "Ta-ra-ra-hooin-der-ay"
will bo played and
Tim three students, appointed as
missionaries to tho Gilbert Islands,
will be ordained in Kawaiahao Church
this evening, exercises to begin at
7 :30 o'clock.
Six, out of tho eleven charged with
plaving cho fa last week, were found
guilty m tho Polico Court this morn
ing and sentenced to pay fines of $50
each. Appeal were noted.
Commajjdkk Nemling of the Austro
Hungarian Corvette Fasana desires to
express his thanks to all those who
sent flowers for the funeral of thelato
Captain F. Schweissgut, and who
have otherwise shown their sympathy.
A laughable encounter between
two cowboys took place at tho park
on Saturday. Tho two engaged in a
fistic boom-da-ray on horseback, and
fell to tho ground grappling each other.
Both being more or less uuder tho in
fluence of liquor the catfight can be
imagined. A bobby soparated tho
Akteh shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Beiibon, Smith it Co.,
Thk Brunswick billiard parlors are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Where thall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, tho
Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
tauiii street, or Mutual telephone C'JO,
before 8 a. in. or 6:30 p. in. 8-3m
Miss Mary LYLE,lately book-keeper
with Egan & Gtinn, is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of Heald's
Business College, San Francisco.
Oflico with C. J. McCarthy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-1 m
The following new advertisements
appear to-day: British Benevolent
Society, meeting; Kaluiku Ranch,
wood; J. F. Morgan, sale of slocks;
Anon., articles lost; Maui Racing As
sociation, program for July 4; Minis
ter of Interior, salo of lease.
Arrest of Two or the Three Adven
turrrn. A. B. Kerr, Frank Townsend aud
a third person left rather abruptly
on Dr. J. S. McGretv'o sloop on Sat
urday morning. The sloop wa9
moored near the O. R. & L. Co.'b
wharf. Kerr said to a friend on Fri
day that lie had paid 8100 on account
for the sloop and that it was all the
boat was worth, and that they were
going to Ililo, Hawaii. There was an
abundance of provisions in tho boat,
besides sundry wares and merchan
dise bought at various stores on credit
or part credit.
Messrs. S. W. Lederer and J. E.
Gomes, creditors who went in pur
suit of tho fugitives, returned from
Kwa this afternoon with the news
that Kerr and Townsend are prison
ers, the third mnu having escaped.
The tlonp went ashore at l'uuloa, on
the Pearl Harbor entrance, and the
goods have been recovered in a dam
aged state. Mr. Gomes recovers a
watch and jewelry worth about $1)0.
Two Ewa policemen made the arrest
of the shipwrecked adventurers. The
prisoners are coming to town by the
man who chanced to
store of h. V. Wood, at
McKees Hocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came iu with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said ; "Mamma wauls another bot
tle of that medicine; bhe says It ie
the beet medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cunt bottles for sale
by all dealers, Dciuou, Smith &Co.,
Ninth Annual Meeting of the
Hawaiian Jockey Clnb,
Full Account of ths Raoos at Kplo
The 1 1th of June races came off at
Kapiolani Park, with a fair degree of
success. Although the day was Hue,
it wai very sultry, more so than for
years back. There was a great turn
out ot the public. The grand stand,
the Jockey Club's stand, private
stands, and intervening spaces were
crowded. Although "that fence"
has been down these two years, the
number of people taking in the races
free, from the outside of Hie rails,
was comparatively small. The sport
began promptly at 10 o'clock, but
much time was lost iu getting suc
ceeding races off, in the forenoon, so
that only threo races and part of
another were over at noon intermis
sion. Her Majesty arrived early accom
panied by His Excellency Gov. Cleg
horn, Prinocs Kawananakoa and Ka
lanionaole and ladies-in-waiting. The
band played Hawaii Ponoi as the
royal party entered the grounds, and
Hon. C. O. Berger received the
Queen, as the guest of the Jockey
Club, at the gate of the clubhouse
and escorted her to the second floor.
Bicycle race, 1 mile dash. Gold
and silver medals for drat and secoud
prizes respectively. Entered : Henry
A. Giles, T. P. Cummins, D. J. Koii,
R. A. Dexter.
Giles -. 1
Cummins led at the start, but
Dexter pulled up with him, making
a close race from the quarter to tiie
half. Koii got lost and gave up at
the quarter. Dexter took the lead
a little beyond the half. Giles gaiued
secoud place at the third quarter,
and before turning into the home
stretch became the leader. Dexter
C3ud not overtake him, Cummins
was left far in tho rear, and Giles
led Dexter a length under the wire.
Queen Liliuokalani Cup, $100
added. Running race, fmlf-milc
dash, free for all. Entered: Lord
Brock, c. c, 3 years, Waikapu Sta
bles (W. H. Coruwell) Traveler,
s. g., aged, J. A. Cummins; Loloku
lani, b. f., 4 years, H. Focke (for
Lord Brock 1
Lord Brock was ridden bySlocum,
Traveler by Cal. Leonard, Loloku
lani by Jim Crow. Lord Brock had
the pole, and Traveler the outside.
Repeated efforts at a start failed
through Lolokulaui's bucking and at
last, when she was got to the line
and the flag fell, the others bounded
off while she cavorted round and was
left out. Lord Brock led Traveler
all the way, although the space be
tween them was cut down on the
home stretch. Lord Brock won by
half a length in 51 3-5. Mr. Cum
mins' jockey claims he lost at the be
ginning by thinking it was not a
Luuamakaaiuana Plate, $100, trot
ting aud pacing for Hawaiian bred
horsca. to harness, mile heats, best
2 in 3. Eutered : Waikapu Maid,
bay f., A years, Waikapu Stables;
Duke, c. c, C. W. Macfarlane.
Duke "? 1
Waikapu Maid 2
First heal. Waikapu Maid had
the pole aud led from the start, be
ing a length ahead at the quarter aud
8 or 12 at the half. Duke came up
some thereafter, both racers making
an occasional break. The Maid passed
the wire five lengths ahead m 3m
Second heat. Duke won the I.-iul
just after the start, had a length's
advantage at the quarter, and half a
length more at the half, holding the
same at the third quarter arid win
ning by three lengths in 8:5.
Third beat. Duku led from the
start and was never overtaken, gain
ing the heat aud the lace by four
lengths in 3 :30.
Governor's Cup, 8100 added.
Running race, mile dash, for Ha
waiiau bred horses. Eutered: Yum
Yum, g. in., aged, and Queen L.,
bl, f., 4 years, John A. Cummins;
Lolokalani, II. Focke.
Queen L 1
Yum Yum 2
Lolokulanl played the same tricks
as before aud was left under like
circumstances. The race was there
fore all ono owner's, which took from
it the great interest otherwise there
to belonging, Yum Yiim's advantage
of having the pole availed nothing,
as the Queen took the leud, held it
and won by seyeral lengths In 1 :23.
Kalakaua Cup, 8100 added. Run
ning race, I mile dush, for Hawaiian
bred horses owned by members of
the Jockey Club. Cnp to become
the property of the one winning it
twice. Enleicd: Amriiio, h. g., 3
years, Waikapu Stables ; Yum Yum
and Ivory, w, in,, aged, John A,
Cumtulus ; Senator Staufoid, g. h.,
5 years, and Koululanl, bay m., 3
years, II. Focke.
Senator Stanford 1
Yum Yum 3
Tho positions relative to the polo
were: Yum Yum, Senator Slanfoid,
Ivory, Koululanl, Amarino. After
two false starts the Held got away in
fair shape. Koululani led at the
quarter. There was a bunch at the
half, out of which Amarino emerged
ahead, but was overhauled nud passed
by tbo Senator, who led at the third
quarter, with n capital rush behind
him for second place. Koululanl
brought up tho rear without being
distanced. Senator Stanford led
Arnnrino for lust place by nearly a
length. Time 1:48J. Had Yum
Yum won it would have been her
second and Mr. Cummins would have
carried away the cup.
Honolulu Plate, 3 minute class,
$100. Trotting and pacing, mile
heats best 2 in 3. Entered: Nut
crovc, bav s., A. J. Cartwright, Jr. ;
Josie It., bay in., A. It, Rowat. Josie
R. was ruled out for not coming to
time, and Nutgrove was driveu round
once in 2:471.
Roslla Challenge Cup, 8100 added.
Running race, 1 mile dash, winner to
beat record of Angie A. 1:45J.
Free for all. Entcu'd : Lord Brock,
Waikapu Stables; Alta Mia, h. f., 2
years, Hawaii Stablos (A. Horner) ;
Joe Stacv, s. h., 3 years, Lahaina
Stables (C. F. Horner).'
Lord Brock ; . . , . 1
Joe Stacy 2
Alta made a fine show at the start,
getting far ahead by the first quarter.
The others were close together and
passed Alta at the half, making a
lino race for the llrst place tlienceror
ward. Lord Brock came iu first by
a length, in spite of the greatest ef
forts of Stacy. Alta was distanced.
Time 1 ;49J.
Kapiolani Park Purse, 8150. Trot
ting and pacing to harness, mile heats,
best 3 in 5. Entered: Silky, ch. in.,
A. J. Cartwnglit, Jr. ; Johnny Gold
smith, hr. g., T. Hollinger; Johnny
Hay ward, g. h., Waikapu Stables;
Blitz, b. g., Lahaina Stables; Lot
Slocum, br. g., R. Ballcntiuc.
Silky...., . ,. 1
Johnny Hay ward 2
First heat. Silky led from the
start. Blitz was second at the quar
ter, held down by Hayward. There
was a complete bunch on entering
the home stretch. The wire was
crosied in the following order: Silky,
Hayward, Slocum, Goldsmith, Blitz;
but Hayward was put back for run
ning under the wiro. Time 2:35.
Second heut. Another close con
test for lite lead, Hayward gaining it
over Silk v by a length ; Slocum tbird.
Time 2:35. J.
Third heat. The issue was now
clearly between Silky and Hayward.
Goldsmith's lead in the first quarter
was therefore not accounted serious.
Hayward took second place from Silky
at the half, and the lead before the
third quarter pole. Silky was then
let out and wou, with Hi'ward sec
ond, Goldsmith thud, the rest dis
tanced. Time 2:83.
Fourth heat. Hayward won his
second this time, compelling the final
Fifth heat. Silky won the heat
and the race, reducing the time also
to 2:32. The winner was six lentrtliH
ahead at the half, and 10 at the
Without attempting to detract
from the honors of Silky for winning
the pacing race, it is right that cre
dit should be given to Johnny Hay
ward for trotting so game a race
against bucIi pacers as Silky, Gold
smith and Blitz. In the future it
would be advisable to have a trotting
and a pacing race, ns the two classes
of traveling are now separated else
where. NINTH RACE.
Kainehamcha Plate, $100. Run
ning race, IJ mile dash. 'I here be
ing only two entries Yum Yum and
Stanford this race was passed.
Jockey Club post match,
rl.n.inlf (2tnn ti-ialiti, Cn 'a Pitn C7
adU,.u- UuimilI, raL.c, ij milo'dash,
Hawaiian bred horses, Entcied
Amarino, Waikapu stables ; Ivory,
J. A. Cummins: Lolokulam, II.
Lolokulani, after several attempts,
was got to tho pole and, as she
dashed away, the Hag foil. She had
an advantage by her abruptness,
vuriously estimated from two to six
lengths. Still she was not pushed
coining home, so that tho race was
considered fair enough. Amarino
made a good lace of it, however, up
to the homo stretch. Ivory was
hardly in it. Time, 1:17.
Pony Race $70 with racing sad
dle from Ills Excellency II. A. Wide
maun added. Ruuuing race, 1 mile
dash, Hawaiian bred, for ponies 14
bauds and under, catch-weight. En
tered : Billy C, g. g., aged, Wai
kapu Stables; Hot Stuff, g. m., 3
years, J. A. Cummins; Lucy, b, f,,
3 yoais, Hawaii Stables.
Billy U 1
Hot Stuff , 2
Lucy took the lead at the start,
but was hauled Iu by Billy C. at the
quaitcr. Then It was uu exciting
race between these two until the half.
After thut point Billy C. toolt a
decided lead, i caching seveial
lengths at thu Ihlid quarter, Hot
.Stuff came up wwll ou the homo
stretch, but failed to abolish the
difference by two or three lengths at
tho wiro. Time, 1 :58.
Mule Race. Running 1 mile dash,
Hawaiian bred, catch-wcleht. En
tered: Jack, R. L. Gilliland; Nioi,
Waikapu Stables; Lightning, Hawaii
Lightning, o giay beast, made lots
of fun by resisllug efforts to make a
start, its obstinacy being at length
overcome, all got away at a terrific
pace, Nioi, however, leaving the
locc to the others. Between Light
ning and Jack it was one of tho
prettiest races of tho day. They
were even at the quarter, but Light
ning got its neck ahead at the half.
It wu9 a sort of sec-saw thence to
near the third polo, when Lightning
again forged ahead to stay. Light
ning won by less than half a length
President's Cup, $100. Running
race, l mile dash, free for all. "En
tered Yum Yum, J. A. Cummins ;
Senator Stanford, II. Focke; Rob
Roy, b. g., aged, Hawaii Stables.
Seuator Stanford 1
Yum Yum 2
The lead was taken aud held by
Yum Yum for the first half mile,
Stanford a hard-pushing second. By
the quarter pole the Senator took the
lead, never to let It go. Still It was
a race for blood to the finish, when
Yum Yum was two lengths behind
the winner. Rob Roy never saw a
chance for the pi izc. Time 2 :52A.
The Hawaiian Jockey Club enter
tained many lady and gentleman
friends, besides the royal party, at
Her Majesty left at 2 :20, the band
again playing tho national anthem.
Notwithstanding the great crowd
on the grounds, there was the mini
mum of unpleasant incidents. One
little rumpus was confined to two
belligerents, in separating whom the
Deputy-Marshal, two policemen, a
member' of the Legislature and a
newspaper financier tendered their
kindly ollices, with the assistance of
about fifty others.
A runaway on the outside made a
small sensation, and two wrecked
brakes marked the road to the Park.
Thice hack'horses are reported lo
have succumbed to the inordinate
enterprise of their drivers.
The tramways did a jammed busi
ness conveying people to and fiom
the iaccs Iu the forenoon tho out
ward o"ars were crowded to their ut
most capacity, and it took till dark to
get all the crowd away from Waikiki.
There was very little heavy bet
ting done openly at the course, but
there were heavy pools out from
auctions held previously. A charac
teristic of the day was that the fav
orites in general were disappoint
ments. Refreshment tents, sundry games
of chance, and the "manfish" had
about all the business they could
handle. Mariano had the usual
good custom for a dollar lunch under
the grand stand.
The Pacific Hardwari: Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Waro, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
C'arbolineum Avcnarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
.When in need of SOAP
that you will he better
suited every way by go
ing to a store that keeps
assoitmeut of the aiticlc rc-
beliovc it may in
you to know that
store is that place,
week wo cull your
to a new soap in tliiH mil r-
ket. As the iiiauufautiirerh have not
been in business for centuries they
are willing to
ney tliiui old
mid you re
for less ino
e r hoiibcs,
J.ie. S, Kirk & Co,
are striving to
make as cood uu article as
fcoap makurtf and jThykSZ
H h a n do u Belih fiSlS
equal to the heut. ugsgwi?
Thchu ciUh do -"""" ' not re
present the size of the cukes, but thu
diiiereiico is iu the price.
Tim store that tells thu
best soda will tell the motit
soap. You aio u judge of
HOBRON. NEWMAN & CO.,
i iu g it-tun.
Coraiii' Fort to JCtntc utrootw.
the races 1 Bundle uoiititluliiir
lileyclu Suit and Tool, Kinder
will please rutin n to this otlli'u, 4 Pi It
Grapes For Sale
"11IAPKS fruoh fiom the tree, &U
JT pound for 91,aiufoi t-ulu ut
You Can Telephone For One !
I If e
. tj ai r -j i i
pulation and an ornament to the
kitchen. It washes and dries more crockery, glassware and knives and
folks in five minutes than your cook could altend to iu an hour. They aic
in use in- Honolulu and are giving satisfaction. Our supply Is limited.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort stieet, nppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu
104 Fort toireet, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
ssr FOR I WEE:C ONLY -
CHILDREN' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Auction Salas by James F. Morgan. .
imElYERM SfeLE ON FORECLOSURE
Piirbiiant to an Older of Honorable
S. B. Dole, Justice of the Supreme
Court, dated the 7th day of .luuo, A.
1). 1802, and made m a certain suit in
Equity brought by C.BOLTE,plainiin,
against L. AlvA.U and ulhcre, defend
ants, for the foreclosure of a. certain
mortgage dated December 30, 1885, of
record in Liber !)!), page 10(5, ex
ecuted by L. AKAU of Wainiaiialo,
Oahu, and by Duck Joy and L.
Akau, co-partncis under name of
WING JOY KEI3 CO. of Walni.umlo,
Oahu; and by Ung Wa, L. Akau,
Sing Quon, Ah Quon, Ah Mi and
Chick Satis, co-partners under name
of QUONG LEE CO. of Wium.inalo;
and by Akung, Apong, Ah Sun, Ah
Chai, Aug Gong and L. Akau, co
partners under name of MAU SING
it CO. of Wainiaiialo; and by L.
Akau, San Ghecn, All Cheong, Le
Cheong, Ah Hu, Wiihoun, All Leong,
Pang Kow and Hong Lop, co-paitners
under the linn name of TA1LKE CO.
of Wainiaiialo; and L. Akau, Ah Choi,
Walloon and Wo Chung Co , co-pait-nors
under tho linn iiiiino of KWONG
HOCK CO. of Wainian.ilo; and by
Am Ngin.Tai Chin, Tin B in unci Tung
Lau, copartners under name of
KWONG SING CO. of Wainiaiialo;
mortgagors, to C. Bolto, mortgagee; I
will i-ull at Public Auction at the auc
tion rooms of J. F. Morgan, auction
eer, on Queen strcot, in Honolulu,
Ouliu, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, the 18th day of Juno, A. I).
1802, free from all incumbrances all
tbo Property and Preinibcs in
cluded in said mortgage and all tho
mortgagor's right in Equity therein.
Tho Property is as follows :
1 Lease from the Wainiaiialo Sugar
Company lo Lau Akau it Co., (Wing
Joy Keo Co,), dated February 1, 1881,
of record in Book 08. page -lO!!, for
the term of Eighteen years from
January 1, 1881.
2 Lease from tho Wainiaiialo Sugai
Company to Kwong Leu Co. ((Juoug
Leo & Co.), dated February 1, 1881,
of record iu Book (18, pago -HS7. for
the term of eighteen years from Jan.
!l Leiifo from tho Wainiaiialo Sug
ar Co., to Man Sing (hi, and Kwong
Hock Co., dated FcDruary 1, 1881, of
record in Hook 08, pago 181, for tho
town of eighteen years from Juniurv
1 Lisiho from tho Wiiiinanalo Sug,
ar Co. to Tai Leo .fc Co., dated Janu
ary 1, 1881, of record in Hook 08, page
170, for tbo term of eighteen years
from Juiiiuiry 1, 1881.
0 Loaso from tho Wainiiinulo Sug
ar Co. to Tai Sing it Co., dated Feb.
12, 1881, of record in Book 08, pages
17-1-7, for thu term of eighteen years
from the 1st of January, 1881.
0 Loafco from tho Wainiaiialo Sug
ar Co, to thu Kuong Hock Co., dated
Feb. 1, 1881, of record iu Book 08,
page -177, for tho term of eighteen
years from Jaiiuaiy 1, 1881.
7 Lcibii fiom tho Wainiaiialo Sug
ar Co. to Man Sing & Co, nud the
Kwong Hock Co., dated Februarv 1,
1881, of record iu Book 08, p (go 181,
for tho term of eighteen yearn from
January 1, 1881,
"8 Lvncu from the W.iiin iniilo Sug
ai Co. to tho Kwong Sing Co., dated
August U, 1881, of record iu Book b'.l,
pigo JIII0, for the term of eighteen
yuan fiiuu January 1, 1881.
Alpti puruml prypurty morlgjiggd
ly L, Akau and uihura at Waliuuiialo
STm.-I Itnlfi, y follow... TUpr-v-
iw ssy;'t: ; " i ... -,, .
Our attention is drawn from tho
Hendry Breaker to the
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Which we received cm the "Di
mond." This machine is constructed with
a view to cutting down the sales of
the ciockery dealers and keep sets
of dishes intact. It is easy of mani
LATKsT STYLES IN
& Toques !
NEW RIBBONS I
HOOK COMPANY OH KWONQ
1 rice mill, 1 paddy stoio house, 5
bounce, cook house, shed, etc.; 28
boiios, 10 pair oen, 22 yoke and
chains, 10 muUIIo, I! ox cm ts.liO pitch
foikb, :i0 bhovels, !!0 tp.ide", 15 boos,
4 mattocks, 21 cane knives, 8 selb har-ne.-s?,
IS ploughs, 1 harrow, 10 mares
and colts, 7!) pigs, 67 acres ripe cane,
fi acres young cine, 1 c.itlhl brand.
MAU SINfi COMPANY.
1 linutc, -1 hoisCfc, 50 hoes, 50 c.me
kniscs, 4 ploughs, 111 shovels, 0
sp.ideo, '.) yokes-and 111 chains, 10
pitch forks, li saddles, S mattocks, 12
pigs, 1110 acres ripe cane, 50 acres
TAI H1NO COMPANY.
1 house, 8 liorces, 50 acres young
KUONU PING COMPANY.
1 house, 2 horses, 4 in nice, 40 acres
ripe cane, 50 acres young cane.
WINfi JOY KCK COMPANY.
1 hoU'O, 10 horses, 2 mules, U
ploughs, ! do., 11 iron chains, !ll
shovels, 21 spades, 00 hoes, 12 pilch
folks, 51 en no knivcr-, 20 mattocks, 1
harrow, 4 saddles, 1 1 sets bunion, 22
pigs, 2 ox cuts, !l!i acres ripe cane,
217 acre young cane.
tai u:k company.
1 Iioiinc. 4 horses, 10 oxen, 1 ox
cart, 4 ploughs, Jt shovuls, 0 spades, 1
harrow, 11 iron chains, II ybkes, 70
hoes, l!0 cauu knives, 0 pitch forks, '.I
saddles, 2 sets harness, 21 lengths of
Hume, 00 acres ripo cane, 181 acres
And also all other property
of said mortgagors, which is covered
by said mortgage, whether specilicd
here in detail or not.
The leases and leaseholds aro
subject to all the terms mid condi
tions therein contained.
SP Deeds at expense of pur
chaser. A deposit of ten (10) per
cent of the sum bid will lu required
from bidder. Sale subject to cunlir
nialioii by thu Court.
O. BOLTE, Kccoiver.
Honolulu, Juno 7, 1802. 412-8t
Liiiiiif ;; Notice of Sale !
Having heretofore, to wit, on the
25ili ('ay of Miiyi 1802, distrained for
in rears of rout of the Chinese Theater
premises, King street, the following
Goods and Chattels, to wit:
8 Chests containing Chinese Cloth
ing, Garments and Puraphcrn ilia,
Masks, bunt, and tuiudrics need iu
Chinese plays, 1 Chinese Josh, Lumps,
Large Clock, Small Clock, Lauterns,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Fans, Orna
ments, Chinese Musical Instrument,
Chinese Weapons, Sofas, Step Lad- .
dcrs, etc., etc, all used in said Chi
nese Theater, tho same being tho pro
perty of Chook Pan On it Co.
Notice is ltuiohy given tliut in case
of non-payment of such arrears of
rout and costs within lu days from
this dale the said Goods and (Juattels
will be sold at Public Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, tho 27th day of Juno
itist., at 12 o'clock .10011 of said day,
at I lie Ghiuoffo Theater premises ou
King street, Honolulu, near the Oahu
lUilway ,V Land Co.' oluco
YIM OUM aud
Mt! UoiiuMu, Juno wnjOg..