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THE DAILY BDLLETffl
TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1892.
Sunhay, Nov. 27.
Stmr Chimllnc from Maul
Bttnr Mikahala from Kauai
Htmr O 11 Bishop from llnninkua
Bclir Kulamanu from Puna
Sehr Lavlnln from Koolau
Monday, Nov. 28.
8 S Yamashiro Maru, from Hongkong mill
Monday, Nov. 2S.
Stmr Walmnnolo for Moloka! anil Maui
Tuesday, Nov. 29.
Stmr Cluuilinc for Maul ami Hawaii at 5
Stmr Jas Makco for Kapaa anil Hanalul
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai nt r p m
Sclir Lavinia for Koolau
Schr Kiiwuilanl for Koolau
Sclir Millo Morris for Koolau
Vessels leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hull for Maui anil Hawaii at 10
Stmr O It Bishop for Lahaina, Kukuihaclo
and Hnmakua, at 10 a m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Knala for Waianao
Cargoes from. Island Forts.
Stmr Olauiline 1350 bags sugar, 75 bags
taro, 10(J bags potatoes, (il bags corn,
45 bills hidos, Ii0 hogs and 85 packages
Stmr Miknhala 1325 bags sugar, 105 bags
rice, Hi bags peanuts, 35 bales wool, 60
bags pia, 38 hides, 101 goat skins, 160
sheep, 1 horse and 70 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Nov 27
Mrs Dora lsonborg, A M Sproull, Mrs A
"ii Cron, A Cockburn, Mrs T 11 Kovworth
and child, O llohno, Dr T Mitannira", I)r S
Nakagawa, Chuck Hoy, Hop Lee, Chung
Leung, Wong Sai, Lam Sing, K Okura and
Krom Maui ond Hawaii nor stmr C'lau-
tltno, Ntiv. 27 Miss Clara Glade, Miss K
McGuire, H H Parker, Dr N Y Akisu, G P
Kauimakaolc, A Hocking, Mr Marshall,
J H Nui and son, Awana, Hop Yuen, C 13
Gray and 115 deck.
Tho steamer C. K. Bishop arrived on
Sunday morning from Hamakna. Tho
Bishop was caught in tho heavy weather
along tho coast and had to put in for shel
ter. She brought 2050 bags sugar which
alio is transferring to the bark Ceylon. Tho
little steamer will leave to-morrow morn
ing on the samo route.
The S. S. CInudino towed tho bark Lcahi
out of Kahulni on 'Wednesday last. Owing
to the rough weather and heavy northerly
swells the Claudine was unable to land tho
mail for Hana and was compelled to take
it to Kipahulu. Captain Davis reports
this as the roughest trip he over experi
enced on tho islands.
STEWAHD In this city, Sunday, Novem
ber 27, 1892, of apoplexy, David Law
rence Steward, aged 40 years, 4 months,
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sjiIo.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
Minco Pies can be had at tho
Palace Ico Cream Parlors.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn rolievod at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono 682.
Tho Waikiki Poultry Yard has
young turkeys and sucking pigs for
Thanksgiving and Christmas. Seo
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotol
streot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Oflico,
33 Borotania street,
Gold fillings $3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Tooth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tolo
A ono-milo skating raco took place
at tho rink on Saturday night. Tho
entries woro: Clias. Lambort (pro
fessional), W. Bolstor, E. J. Me
Candloss, Alapai, T. Pryco and
Louis. Tho start was made at 9
o'clock, Lambort assuming tho lead
with McCandless a closo second, and
Bolstor and Pryco following. Ala
pai having slippod was distanced.
Tho raco continued in that ordor
for fifteen laps, whon tho contest
ants closod up, and then it was nip
and tuck. Lambert was closely
overhauled by McCandless but tho
latter could not pass him. Tho
raco finally ended with Lambort
first, McCandless half a lap behind,
Bolster one lap behind McCandless,
Pryco throe laps in tho roar, and tho
others nowhere. Pryco disputed
third placo and was promptly chal
lenged by Bolstor to another milo
raco to tako place ou Friday or
Saturday night for $10 a side.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho S. S. Australia at 9 o'clock to
Coal at McKinloy prices is offered
by Hustaco & Co.
Tho band will play at Thomas
Squaro this ovcning.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather
cloar; wind frosh northeast.
A mortgagee's notico of salo of
sovoral leases appears in this issue.
Tho steamers W. G. Hail and Mi
kahala will not leavo until to-morrow,
Frosh oyBtors on ice will bo re
ceived by tho Australia at tho Beaver
Jas. F. Morgan announces an auc
tion salo of useful Christmas goods
Capt. Young of tho S. S. Ymnn
shiro Maru has our thanks for the
latest Yokohama papers.
Mrs. C. Steward and family insert
a card of thanks to friends who ten
dorod assistance and sympathy in
Tho S. S. Yamashiro Marti, which
arrived yesterday morning, brought
989 Japanese immigrants besides 25
Tho Portuguese band practiced at
tho summit of Punchbowl yesterday
afternoon. Its music could be plainly
hoard in town.
The S. S. Yamashiro Maru will
sail for Yokohama direct on Tues
day next at 2 p. m. V. G. Irwin &
Co. are tho agents.
A gospol mooting will bo hold at
Bothol hall, Bethel street, song ser
vice beginning at 7:30 o'clock, this
evening. All aro invited.
Tho Palace Ico Cream Parlors woro
liberally patronized on Saturday,
their opening day. Tho parlors pre
sented a tasteful appearance.
Tho floor of tho skating rink was
planed down yestorday, an oporation
it much needed. Polo on skates was
enjoyed by a number of exports dur
ing the afternoon.
Plantation owners and manajrors
will do woll to seo tho card of tho
Itisdon Iron Works in this paper.
Tho roputation of that concern is a
sulliciont guarantee for satisfaction.
Tho Ka Mailo fancy storo, on Fort
streot, made a fine display of fancy
goods at its opening to-day. A
glance at tho goods is woll worth
tho visit, tho articles being artistic
Tho yacht Bonnie Dundee, sailed
by Judgo Dole, went ashoro in Pearl
harbor yestorday, sticking for an
hour and a half. She was got oft"
by tho assistance of tho yacht Ha
waii, in command of Mr. W. L. Wil
cox. Ladies will obsorvo the card of tho
Bon Ton dressmaking parlors, con
ducted by experienced dressmakers
just from tho Coast. Tho parlors
aro at Fort and Borotania streots,
close to tho junction of both Valloy
and Plains car routes.
Tho Sons of St. George elected
the following oiScors at thoir regular
meeting hold yostorda' evening: G.
O. Harris, P. P.; C. B. Reynolds, W.
P.; H. J. Platts, V. P.; C. H. White,
W. S.j W. F. Reynolds, A. S.; C. Day,
W. T.; G. Portor, W. M.
The Kamohamoha nino defeated
tho H. D. Y. L. I. baseball team yes
terday afternoon by a seoro of 12 to
4. The game started in briskly but
ended tamely. G. Angus pitched
for tho town boys and was batted
frooly. There was a fair attendance.
By a mistako tho name of H.
Kloinmo was given as ono of tho ac
cusers of Hardy in tho Police Court.
It should have been C. Klommo.
Tho first named does not moddlo in
politics, and is naturally annoyed at
having his namo appear in tho case
This is a week of prayer with tho
Y. M. C. A. Tho Honolulu Associa
tion holds a meeting from 12:03 to
12:35 o'clock daily. To-morrow tho
subject will bo: "Thanksgiving for tho
blessings, temporal and spiritual, of
tho past year, and prayer for thoir
continuance." Psalm 1-17; 2 Cor.
9:6-11. Hon. J. B. Athorton, loader.
Tho funeral of the late David L.
Steward took placo yesterday after
noon from his late residence, School
street. It was largely attended, both
by friends of tho deceased and of
tho family. Tho deceased had boon
ailing four yoars from paralysis con
tracted in San Francisco in 1888, and
died of apoplexy Sunday morning,
November 27, at 3 o'clock.
Doputy Sheriff W. C. Wond,
formorly clerk to tho Honolulu Police
Court, outortainod a party of his
friends at Pearl City yestorday, in
celebration of his 52d birthday.
Thoro was a Koodly representation
from Honolulu. A band of nativo
musicians supplied music Captain
Wond imparted tho cheerful spirits
with which ho wears his yoars to his
guosts and a festival pleasant to all
was tho rosulL
At 3 o'clock yestorday a committee
of tho diiToront political associations
of Hawaiians waited on Mr. Thoo,
H. Davios at tho Hawaiian Hotol,
and presented him with an address
of thanks for his roeont letters in
favor of Hawaiian independence.
Mr. Davies replied with a cordial as
surance that tho aloha ho had al
ways treasured for the Hnwaiian
rulers and pooplo was still his feel
ing, and ho should do all in his
powor to assist them in keeping their
A Japanese sailor on tho Hawaiian
bark Mauna Ala yestorday stabbed a
shipmate in a row on board. Tho
knife ontorcd tho uppor third of tho
thigh, sovoring a branch of tho
superficial femoral vein, Thoro was
a copious How of blood, but tho
wound is not necessarily dangerous.
Dr. McLennan was called and re
sponding quickly dressed tho wound.
Tho Jap is in custody, but tho
wounded man will not be able to ap
pear agaiust him for some days,
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1892.
Tho Assembly convened at 9
o'clock for praj'or, aftor which tho
minutes of tho previous mooting
woro road and approved.
Noble Williams, from tho Printing
Committee, reported tho memorial
from tho J'lnntors' Labor & Supply
Co. printed. Ordered distributed.
Noblo Baldwin, under suspension
of tho rules, presoutod 6 petitions
from women of Honolulu against
the Lottery bill. To Lottery Com
mittee. Rop, WaipuUani presented a peti
tion, from residents of tho district
of Koua, for tho establishment of an
English school therein. To Com
mitteo on Education.
Tho Attorno3-Genoral presented a
bill to provide against frauds in tho
salo of butter.
The following bills came up on
Bill 92, to encourage tho cultiva
tion of ramie and coffee. Passed.
Bill 192a, to encourage tho cultiva
tion of pineapples and tho preserva
tion thereof and tho manufacture of
jams, jellies, itc. Passed.
Tho proposed now Article (83), an
amendment to tho Constitution, was
tho special Ordor of tho Daj', but,
thoro being a lack in number of legis
lators, President Walker ordorod it
to bo doforretl pro iem.
Tho following bills woro taken up
on 2nd reading:
Bill 110, to abolish tho office of
Firo Marshal and have tho duties
thereof performed by tho Chiof
Engineer. Reports of a special com
mittee favoring tho bill and of a
memorial from the Department
against tho Act were read by tho
Noblo Thurston related tho facts
as ho know them. Up to 1888 there
woro two officers, viz.: a Survey En
gineer and a Firo Marshal. Tho
Legislature of 1888 in an economical
spirit combined tho offices in tho
person of Mr. Whito, now Superin
tendent of Water Works. Mr.
Whito proved a vory efficient officer.
Tho present Firo Marshal is reported
as not attending to his duties; ho
now walks about town with his hands
in his pockets. 1 f ho attended to his
duties lie would have plontj' to do.
Tho Chiof Engineer has duties which
preclude his filling tho ofiico of Firo
Marshal; tho qualifications of tho
two offices aro altogether different.
Ho favored tho indefinite post
ponement of the bill.
Rop. Ashford said that ho intro
duced tho bill and favored tho pas
sago. Ho had presented the bill as
tho idea of mon who had long been
connected with tho Department.
Tho idea advanced by tho previous
spoakor that, if tho duties woro at
tended to thoro was enough to do,
was a good ono but it was not
carried out in present practice.
Ho agreed that tho previous
incumbent of tho oflico, Mr. Whito,
was a competent man and attended
to tho duties of tho oflico; tho pro
sont ono does not. Tho historj- of
tho Department for tho last two
3'oars will show that tho man who is
now Survoy Engineer and who ro-
coivos tno generous salary of 5M7o
per month, does nothing but pile up
expenses. Ho does not tako his coat
off and mako ropairs, if needed, but,
instead, obtains tho services of local
mechanics at considerable expense
and a drain on tho treasury. Tho
speakor argued that tho duties
of tho oflico could bo easily
porformod by tho Chiof Engineer.
Ho related tho expenses attend
ant to filling tho oflico of Chiof
Engineer and favored a salary.
Continuing, ho said ho did not liko
to attack an incumbent of an oflico,
but in connection with this ho had
soinothing to sa-. At tho time of
tho election Mr. Noill, tho presont
incumbent, was then in San Fran
cisco, ho had shakoir tho dust of Ha
waii oft" his foot. Ho was, howovor,
sont for, although thoro were a dozen
mon hero capable to fill tho posi
tion, and ho got it and has hold it
at a good salary.
President Walker loft tho Chair
and, taking his placo on tho floor,
said that ho was not much acquain
ted with tho presont incumbont, but
ho wis woll acquainted with his
predecessor, Mr. Whito, and know
that ho filled tho oflico woll. Speak
ing as an insuraneo agent who had
an interest and knowlodgo of tho
matter, lie would say that ho did not
considor that tho duties should ovor
bo thrown upon tho Chiof Engineor.
Ho had a good deal of business with
Mr. Whito, his ability and knowledge
on ono occasion at a firo on King
streot had saved a largo two-story
building from destruction, and tho
damage only cost tho insuraneo
company 531 to repair. Ho con
sidered tho duties of Firo Marshal
woro vory important. Mr. Whito
know all tho nooks and crooks of tho
city and tho knowledgo enabled him
to convoy intelligent information to
tho Doparlnient on arrival. Ho did
not think that a Chiof Engineer
could attend to tho duties. An
olliciont man was needed in tho oflico
of Firo Marshal. Ho hoped tho bill
would bo post poned.
Hop. Ashford moved that tho ayes
and noes bo called on tho motion.
Noblo Thurston said that Rop.
Ashford had stated that tho Chief
Engineor was willing to perform tho
duties of tho oflico for 575 por
month. Ho was of opinion that tho
Chief could not perform tho duties
and tho money would bo nioroly a
perquisite. If tho duties woro not
now properly performed that was no
reason why tho office should bo
abolished, rather abolish tho man and
got a good ono.
Kep, Smith related tho duties of
tho Firo Marshal. Ho advocated
tho superintendent of tho erection of
buildings to bo placed in the hands
of tho Superintendence of Public
Works. Ho advocated tho merging
of the oflico into that of the Chiof
Engineer. It would not tako him all
his time to perform tho duties.
Noblo Thurston (intorrupting)
Howcantho presont Chiof do tho
duliost Ho is now foreman at Hop
per's mill and ho can't afford to take
up timo in inspections.
Ron. Ashford (interrupting)---Ho
is willing to tako timo off, say two
days a weok, and for 575 a month.
Hop. Smith favored tho bill and
hoped that it would pass. Tho De
partment was becoming more and
moro oxponsivo. Ho thought tho
inspections and work now perform
ed at $175 could bo done just as woll
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pone was lost on an ayo and nay
voto of 30 to 9; as follows:
Ayes Ministor Wilcox; Nobles
Borgor, Hopkins, Williams, Kauhane,
Young, Thurston; Reps. Wilder,
Noes Ministor Robinson; Nobles
Ena, Pua, Cummins; Mailo, ,1. M.
Horner, Hind, Hoapili, Marsden, W.
Y. Homer. Walbridgo, Anderson,
Kanoa and Droior; Reps. Bipikano,
Ashford, Pua, Kauhi, R. W. Wilcox,
A. Hornor, Kaunamano, Kamauoha,
WaipuUani, Kapahu, Nahinu, Kano
alii, Edmonds, Kaluna, Akiua and
On motion tho bill was road sec
tion by section and, although sov
oral amondnionts woro offered, tho
bill passed in its entirety as recom
mended 03 tho committee; ordored
to engrossment and for 3rd reading
on Thursday noxt.
On motion of Rop. WaipuUani, at
10:15, tho proposed amendment to
tho Constitution (Article 83) was
taken up for consideration.
Rop. Kamauoha. after a short
statomont, moved tho previous ques
tion and tho motion carrying voto
was had ou tho quostion resulting in
an unanimous voto of tho -13 mem
bers present in favor of tho Article
Those absent woro Minister Jones,
Noblo Peterson, Reps. Bush, Koa
hou, Whito and A. S. Wilcox.
On motion of Noblo Marsden, tho
proposed amendment to Article 55
of the Constitution, relative to pay
ol Kopresontatives, was taken up.
and tho previous question uoin
moved motion to pass was put ami
The a3-o and miy vote taken thero
on was 39 to 5 as follows:
A3-es Ministers Wilcox, Robinson,
Brown; Nobles Walker, Borgor, Ena,
Hopkins, Pua, Cummins, Williams,
Mailoj Kauhane, J. M. Hornor, Hind,
Hoapili, Marsden, Young, Baldwin,
W. Y. Hornor, Walbridge, Ander
son, Thurston, Kanoa, Dreior; Reps.
Wildor, Bipikano, Aki, Pua, Kauhi,
R. W. Wilcox, A. Hornor. Kauna
mano, Kamauoha, WaipuUani, Ka
pahu. Kanealii, Kaluna, losopa,
Noes Reps. Ashfoul, Nahinu,
Whito, Edmonds, Akiua 5.
Absent Ministor Jones; Noblo
Peterson; Reps. Bush, Koahou, A.
Noblo Marsden desired that tho
Labor Bill bo brought up on 3d
reading. Objection was mado, how
ovor, and tho member withdrew his
On motion, an amondmont to Arti
cle 56, designating tho sox of Nobles
of tho Kingdom, caino up, and, on
action being takon on a motion to
pass, tho result showed 25 a3os to 17
nays, thus preventing 1)3 10 voles tho
passago of tho proposed amend
ment. Tho cause of its defeat was
tho absurdity of tho amondmont
which proposed to insort tho word
"male" in tho said Articlo 56.
On motion an amendment to Arti
clo -18 rolativo to tho voto powor of
tho Sovereign, camo up for consider
Rop. Whito desired a rocoss, as ho
had considerable to any on tho mat
ter and ho noticed that thoro woro
sovoral vacant seats.
Rop. Ashford suggested that tho
moinbor talk as oloquonth' as possi
ble to tho vacant seats and endeavor
to convince thoso b3r his arguments.
Rop. Whito said that ho was will
ing to do that, but ho could not
finish boforo recess and, ho did not
wish to divide his speech into two
Rop. Ashford moved that Rop.
Whito bo permitted to speak "during
tho entire recess hour without inter
Rop. Whito favored tho passago
of tho amondmont and argued on
thoso linos until 11:55, at which time
ho moved a recess until 1:30 p. m.
The majority of well-read phys
icians now believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lungs having no business there aud
eating them away as caterpillars do
the leave.1 of trees.
A Germ The phlegm that is
coughed up is those
Disease. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
are too small to be seen with the
naked eye, but they are very much
alive just the same, aud enter the
body in our food, in the air we
orcatne, ana uirougn me pores 01
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at the lungs
where they fasten and increase with
frightful rapidity. Then German
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump
tives become germ-proof and well.
OABD OF THANKS,
f 11s. r. sti
UW.VHI) AND KAM1I.Y
llL deidro hereby to
their sincere thanks to tho many kind
friends, in a word to all who rendered
them their assistance in their recent trou
ble in the illness and death of a beloved
son anil brother, also for tho many extiui-
site lloral tributes.
50 cents a month,
I"" " ll
B.K ALLEN &C0.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COltKKU l'OUT AM) KINO STItUKTS.
It. S. Mtiniti:, Siqit. 11. T.m.ori, 1'rcs.
RMoiT Iron Works,
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sugar Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
Kor IrrigntiiiK nml Water Works imrjio-cs
of any uni.iulty.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Flumlng
MATHKSON I.OCK-.IOKVT 1'11'K,
IlELNE SAFETY BOILER,
i:te., Uto., i:to., Klc.
g&- Kor further i:iitii'uhirs and cata
San Fraiii'iM'O, California.
MOETGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
lly direction of Kong Umg, the mort
gagee named in u eertain Indenture of
Mortgage, dated tho lirst day of August,
1KI2, and of record in I.iher I'M, on pages
17!) and lbO, and made by l.uni Sam and
Kiuu Chiiig of llunalci, Kauai, doing bttbi
ness under tho firm name of Tong Yiok
Wai, I am directed to sell at I'uliliu Auc
tion, on tho premises at Hanalei, on aid
Kauai, on THlTltSnAY, thc.'-M dav of
December. ls'JJ. at 11! m., all the right, title
and Interest of the ahoo named I.ung
Sam and Ktim Ching. of, in and to the
following property: All paddy and grow
ing Crojw, 1 Hou-es and Cement Floor, t!
Ilorwi, 111 Oxen, 1 Mule, 2 l'igs, all Poul
try, nil Tool , Implements, Machinery and
other property in anil upon the lands in
the luiiic. hereunder named, 11 ml used in
the conducting and carrying 011 the busi
ness of rice planters at said Ilaualei. And
at tho same time nml placo, 1 am further
directed to sell all the lights, title and in
terest of the '-aid I.ung Sam and Kam
Ching, trading as aforo-aid of, in and to
the following described leases:
1 Leaso from tho 1'rincevillo Plantation
Co. to I.ung Sam and Kam Ohing, for tho
term of 10 years from July 1, lbSS, at the
yearly rental of .fS50; l!T acres more or less.
'J l.ea'-o from ,1. II. Kaheleiki to Kiiiuu
si m it Co. for 10 years from April 1, 1890,
yearly rental $10.
3 Leasa from K. Wundcnborg to Kiuu
Sing and Ah Sing for 15 yenrs from Febru
ary 1, 18S9, at $1 I0.1i per annum ; 0 acres.
I l.oa'-o from I.lwai Mukaina to Tong
Yiek Will it Co. for 10 years from January
1, 18!).', at $11 per annum.
5 I.easo from Kawaakaukahi to Tong
Yick Wai for 10 years from July U'l, IfeHl,
yi'arlv rental $10. "
(I Lease from lieko and Q. K. Kniuapau
to Tong Yick Wai for 0 vears from April A,
180 yearly rental $30.
jjccus at expense 01 puiennser.
W. 1:. 11,
BY VIKTUK OK A WltlT OK KXK.CU
tion issued out of tho Supremo Court,
21st day of September, A
ol September, A, l). ns:.
hi. defendant, in fuvor of
gainst w. 1 . ac
W. W. Wright,
nlaiutiir, for the sum of
$10.'5..')0, 1 have levied upon and shall ex
pose for sale at tho Police Station, in tho
District of Honolulu, Islam! of Oalut, at 12
o'clock of TUKSDAY, tho lith day of
December, A. D. 18!).', to tho highest bid
der, all tho right, title aud interest of tho
said W. ('. Aciii, defendant, in and to tho
following property, unless said judgment,
interest, costs and my oxponsos be pre
List of property for sale:
All the right, title and interest of said
W. 0. Achi, in uml to those pieces and
parcels of laud described (is follows:
1 .10-100 of an acre at Kalawahlue, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and conveyed to said W. C.
Achi, by deed of llshop it Co., April 20,
1880, Liber 112, page 151.
2 18-100 it an acre nt Kalawahlue, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and conveyed to said W. ('.
Achi, by deed of Jllln Kuwait, Liber 107,
'A 2 acres at Kapaakoa, Honolulu,
Oahu, and conveyed to said W. C. Achi,
by deed of Lain Chung Wo, Jan. ill, 18M),
Liber 118, page 212.
1 If acres at Kapiiakea, Honolulu, Oahu,
and convoyed to said W. O. Achi, by deed
of Mary Jlyilo, Liber 111, page !)2I.
ft IS78 acres at KealaKonio, Puna, Ha
waii, and oonvou'd to the said W. C Aehi,
by deed of Juu'Mnliti, Oct. 18, 18S8, l.lber
lis, page 88.
I! 120 acres in Kealakoino, Puna. Ha
waii, and conveyed to said V. C. Aehl, by
deed of Wallehua, Oct.O, IhHs, and recorded
in Liber IK!, page 2ol.
CHAh. II. WILSON,
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 180.'. f)7l-tt
For Yokohama !
The Nippon Yttson Kalsua's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru "
Will leave this port fur Yokohama direct
On TUESDAY, Deo, 6th,
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. SHAHP.
9- Kor particulars
Passage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
Subscribe for the Jiuily liulktin, 60
cent jier noif.
What about 20 yards of Calico for $1 V Sec LEVY.
What about M yards of "Whito Cotton for 1? See
What about Toys? Sue
about Hosiery for
Who givus full value? LEVY.
Who would be pleased (o see you? LEVY. -
Who sells for Cash? LEVY.
Who is the man for hard times, anyway? LEVY.
75 Fort Street,
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOI! Tim PAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Ooncii-tion for tlie Table !
We do not oiler Skeleton llirds for sale at $1.50 a piece, hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed, axid Iced If Desired
AND Di:ilVi:i!KI) Tim MOISNINO OK DAY KOI! usk p
A Llvo Weight of llirds varying from 12 to "JO lbs. -Wl
Prices to S-uit lE-veryTooci-y !
FOU SALE BY
HENRY DAV IS & CO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1 O Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
!N S. SACHS',
104 Fort Stroet, KCon.olu.lu.
) Have you wen the New ltamun
Have you mm the A'hjht Uiiwiih
Have you Keen the
New Art Hilks
Have- you uren the Mowsquctaire
I'air at Such' Storet
JJave you een
the AVii' tiilk
Do you know that the Latext Novelties and Most Stylish Hoods can
tl trays he found at Sachs' Store 1
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
IIY LAST STKAMK.lt A Kl'LI. LINK OK
BLACK QOODS I
lllauk Ciishiuero 12-Inch wide, ftO cents per
yard aud upwards,
lllack India Lawn, lllauk Krenoh I-uwii,
llhick Satteen in Plain and KIgured,
Dlack Calico in Plain and Figured,
B. P. EHLERS
fM- Dressmaking under the immugouicnt ot MiHb K. OLA UK.
Ladius and Children
Sunhcn nt X. S. S(wh' Storrf
thnt tire xrlliny for 1,UU (it .Vacin'l
for Urapm and Fancy Work all
L'ndrexmt Kid Moves for $1)U a
Striped and I'olka J)ot Chiiillet at
lllack, Cotton, Silk and Kid niovesinull
lllack Stockings for Unites and Children,
lllack Kill; Wurti Henrietto Cloths,
Km.. l'tc, Km., Km.
& CO.'S, 99 Fort Stt
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