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Klf, ' SALE OF LEASE
Of Qovornmont Lots No. 74 and No.
75, Esplanndo, Honolulu, Onhu.
On WEDNESDAY, April 12, 18M,nt 12
o'clock noon, nt the front ontrnnco of Alll
olant Halo, will bo sold at Politic Auction
tho Leaso of Qovcrnmont Ix)ts No. 74 and
76, Esplanade, Honnhilu, Onhu, contain
ing on nron of 10,000 square foot, n littlo
mora or less.
Term Leaso for 10 years.
Upset price $300 per annum, payable
semi-annually In advance.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllco, March 14, 1803.
Tho Leaso of tho Qovornmont Land
of Kopuhi, Palolo, Onhu,
On MONDAY, April 3, 1801, nt 12 o'clock
noon, at tho front entrance of Alilolnnl
Hale, will be fold at Public Auction, tho
Lease of the Government Land of Kepuhl,
I'nlolo, Onhu, containing an area of 11
25-100 Acres a little mora or loss.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $70 per nnnuin, payable
scml-nnnuully in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllce, March 3, 1893.
SALE OF A
Government Lot at Kalunopalenn,
On WEDNESDAY, March 15, 1893, ut 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction,
Government Building Lot No. 10 at Kalua
opalena, Kulihi, Onhu, containing an area
of one 01-100 acres, a littlo more or less.
Upset price $200.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 13, 1893.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BBANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu bhall be made at
the Interior Ollico.
On tho othel Islands It shall be done at
the Offie s of the several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
lnwior Office, Dec. 2, 1892. 59-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to G o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 1893.
All Commissions as Special Police on
the Island of Oaha bearing date previous
to January 20, 189.!, are hereby revoked.
6igncd W. G. ASHLEY,
Marshal's Office, March 10, 1893.
Pursuant to a Resolution of the Legisla
tive Assembly passed May 4, 1882, the
Birthday of Kamehamolm III., March
17th, will be observed as a National Holi
day, and all Government Offices through
out the Kingdom will be closed on that
day. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, March 14, 1893.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1893.
Owing to tho scarcity of gold coin
in tho United States tho United
States Treasurer has been obliged to
float $50,000,000 gold bonds in tho
London market. It is to bo pre
sumed that our ultra patriotic Am
erican Provisional Government will
not follow this degenerate lead by
applying to English capitalists for
tho $750,000 loan thoy intend raising.
If they do, it will bo cited as another
insidious attempt on the part of
"porfido Albion" to gain tho control
of these islands.
A funny old shoot is our neighbor
tho Advortisor. It expends much
labor and somo brains iu its issue of
this morning, to show: 1st, that tho
P. G. is traveling a dangerous road,
in uttor disregard of tho purposes
for which it wos created; and, second
ly, that it is not only a justifiable,
but a virtuous not, to oriticiso the
P. G. and its occoutricitios of gov
ernment. But tho Advortisor
muBt not bo taken too literally.
When it assorts tho right of criti
cism, it must bo understood that tho
right contouded for has no applica
tion to tho vulgar common herd out
sido tho charmed and charming cir
cle over which tho Advortisor is tho
presiding goniuH. Outside criticism
is still unhallowed, fault-finding, if
not soditi(M), or ovon treason. It is
not for tho "monarchists," "royal
ists," "boodlors," "sorohoads" and
othors of liko kidnoy to indulge in
tho luxury of criticising tho nets of
tho P. G. Such a courso woro not
only intrinsically vicious, when in
dulged by any of the ''unwashed,"
but should justly subject its ex
ponent not only to reprobation, but
to prosecution as well. Tho Adver
tiser, ns n critic, is, of courso, also
patriotic, as it over is. Hut any ono
else, as a critic, is a firebrand and a
nuisance, and should bo put down
by tho strong (?) arm of tho 1'. G.,
supplemented, if necessary, by tho
bayonets which Uncle Sam has
generously placed at their disposal
for tho beneficent purposes of that
Sprookols vs. Macfarlnno Gandidato
for tho Bar Examinod.
Tho case of Clans Sprcckols vs.
G. W. Macfarlnno is a bill to fore
close a mortgage- lion of 140,000 and
intorost on stock of tho Waikapu
Sugar Co. Tho security was trans
ferred by Bishop & Co. to tho plain
tiff. Hatch appears for Sprockels,
and Hnrtwell Jor Macfarlnno. Al
though not part of tho so-called
million dollar suit, for partition of
the Waikapu common and au ac
counting, it has a relation to that
famous and still ponding contost.
The hearing is still on before Judge
Whiting this afternoon.
Thomazia Camacho, widow of tho
late Mariano Camacho, steward of
tho British Club, petitions tho Cir
cuit Court that John M. Vivas bo
appointed administrator of tho es
tate of her lato husband.
This morning tho Justices of tho
Supremo Court gavo a two hours'
examination on tho law to Mr. Au
tonio Porry, an applicant for admis
sion to tho bar. Mr. Porry is a sou
of tho former Portuguese Consul at
Honolulu, and has been a law stu
dent in Mr. Hartwoll's law ollico.
Tho result of tho examination is not
Tho first term over hold of tho
Supremo Court of tho Hawaiiau
Islands in its o'xclusivoly appellate
capacity will open on Monday next.
Tho annual account 01 the Trus
tees of tho estate of Mrs. B. P.
Bishop shows receipts of S70,15li.06,
expenditures of $53,897.41, and a
cash balance of (5258.05. Tho net ex
penditure on Kamohamoha School's
manual department for tho year end
ing July 31, 1892, was 521.8S0.55; on
the Preparatory School, $$190.55,
and special expenses, $2375.45. Tho
attendance at the manual school
Deeortors toy the Wholesale At
A number of deserters from tho
whalers have been reported to tho
police within tho past fow days, all
foreign seamen. Although there aro
uino nativo soamon on tho vessels
none of thorn seom to want to risk
an escape. This is probably owing
to tho fact that several broke their
contracts with inter-island service
horo and daro not land and bo fined
for their former ofienso.
This morning four deserters woro
apprehended by tho police, two be
longing to the steam whaler Navarch
lying near tho Pacific mail dock and
two belonging to tho Horatio cruis
ing outside. The latter escaped
while their boat was ashore on busi
ness. Rewards "of S10 and $15 aro
offered for tho capture of deserters.
Some time last night two seamen
jumped overboard from the winding
bark Horatio which had como pretty
close to land off Waikiki and an
chored thoro. It is believed that
the men lauded safely, and aro now
being searched for. Tho men had
very scant' clothing on and if the
have escaped tho monsters of tho
deep thoy will' probably bo asking
for more clothing and food.
Seventeen barrels of oil woro
landed from tho Horatio this morn
ing. Au attempt was mado by a seaman
on board tho whaling bark Califor
nia to sot lire to that vessel on Sun
day night, but it was frustrated by tho
timely arrivaLof another seaman as
tho fire was blazing up. Tho man
was promptly put in irons.
Root Boer on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Nativo Fans and Curios in great
variety at tho "Elite lco Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLonnan, 1!U Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2f)0. and fiOo. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alnkon street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Tho lack of a- sailors' home in Ho
nolulu is greatly apparent at the
present when thoro aro so many war
ships, whalers and merchant vessels
in harbor. Have tho Sailors' Homo
Trustees fallen asloop, or do thoy
feel satisfied that thoy have done
their duty by mooting onco a year
and listening to n report drawn up
by one of their members. It must
bo about live or six years ago since
tho old Sailors' Homo on Merchant
Htroot was demolished. Please get
a move on, gentlemen,
Ablo AddrosB by Rov. Dr. Lucas of
Rov. D. V. Lucas, M. A., D. D., of
Toronto, formerly of Montreal, lec
tured to a largo audience in Y. M. C.
A. hall last night. His subject wos
"Grasshoppers." A hymn was sung,
Miss Nellie Lowrio accompanying on
tho piano. Kov. Dr. Bockwith offor
cd a short prayor. Tho lecturer was
briefly introduced by Kov. H. W.
Peck, gonoral secretary of tho Y. M.
Dr. Lucas said tho world was tho
only battlo ground human boings
know of. Anybody if asked would
say that violations of tho moral law
woro bad for tho world, and that tho
practico of virtues was always good.
Ono of tho greatest moral quostions
on which men woro dividod was that
of tho liquor traffic. Ho would not
nsk for a decision of the question
from tho audionco boforo. him, or
from tho W. C. T. U., or anybody
that might bo opon to tho chnrgo of
being prejudiced against tho traffic.
Instead ho would givo them tho ovi
donco of 111011 engaged in tho busi
ness. Accordingly ho repeated the
statements of liquor sollors in various
places ho had visited, some strongly
expressed, to tho effect that tho
business was bad and only bad.
Tho lecturer was throo-fourths
through with his address boforo ho
lot out tho "grasshoppers." Ho got
thorn in tho report of tho ton faint
hoarted children of Israel, who, aftor
returning from an inspection of tho
land of Canaan, reported that giants
lived there, in whoso prosonco tho
spies woro but as "grasshoppors."
Taking this majority report as his
main topic, the spoakor gavo no
quarter to those who know the right
side, but excused their inaction by
squeaking, "Wo can't do it." Men
should not bo grasshoppers. Tho
lecturer told of tho growth of pro
hibition sentiment in tho United
States, Australasia and Canada, and,
using tho blowing up ol tho Hell
Gate rock at Now York as an illus
tration, ho said God was putting in
explosives that would ono day sweep
tho liquor traffic out of existence in
Dr. Lucas hold tho closest atten
tion of his auditors from beginning
to end. He switched his talk from
grave to gay with groat oaso, rising
to heights of stirring eloquence and
dropping to broad humor, but keep
ing: his desired lessons always 111
strong relief. Ho' will lecture in tho
same place this evening, on "Thumbs
Up or Thumbs Down." A voluntary
silver collection will bo taken at tho
Value of Alsace-Lorraine.
Paris, March 1. The question of
international arbitration came up in
the Reichstag to-day through a
question asked bj Dr. Barth, the
leader of tho Freisinnigo party, who
desired to know if tho Government
would join Great Britain and the
United States in an effort to estab
lish arbitration as a mothod of set
tling international disputes.
Biebarstein, the Minister of For
eign Affair?, replied that the im
perial Government was entirely will
ing to accept arbitration in special
Rebel, a Social Democrat, suggest
ed that tho future nationality of
Alsaco-Lorraino should bo submitted
to international arbitration.
Chancellor von Caprivi declared
that if that question was submitted
to arbitration and tho arbitrators
should decide that Germany should
surrender Alsace-Lorraine tho na
tion would refuse to acquiesce in tho
decision. Rather than givo up that
country tho Germans would prefor
to shed tho last drop of their
The Chancellor statement was
greeted with patriotic cheers.
Persous who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
toll bj their feelings, when to expect
an attack. 11 (Junmborlain s (Jouc
Cholera and Diarrhoea Ttomody is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, they can ward off" tho disease.
Such persons should always keep
tho Remedy at hand, ready for im
mediate uso when needed. Two or
three doses of it at tho right time
will save thoiu much suffering. For
sale by all dealers. Bonson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
"KA MAILE STORE"
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th
Swiss Muslin Figured Dross Goods,
All-wool Cropes, French Dolalnos,
v Children's Hats and Bonnets,
French Organdies, Etc., Etc.
rpilll REGULAR ANNUAL MEETINO
A. of t ho Stockholders of tho Intcr
IhIiimiI HIciuii Navigation Company, (L'd),
will be held ut tho Ollico of thu Company
oil TUESDAY, March 21st, ut 10 o'clock
a.m. W. II. MrLEAN,
ALL ACCOUNTS OWINO THE FA 811
lou Stables Co., (ld), of overtime
UMintliH1 standing. If not paid hy tliuitha
of March, IK!) I, will ho placed Jn tho hands
of 11 collector.
J. J. KUM.IVAN.
J'ronlduut Kitfchioil Ktulilud Co,, (ld).
THE GRANT MONUMENT.
a Million Dollars Now
New YonK, March 1. A comploto
report of tho efforts mado to oroct a
monumont to Gonoral ut rant's momo
y in this city has boon rondorod by
ho Monumont Association. It shows
that tho total rocoivod was $500,005,
all of which oxcopl $38,000 was con
tributed by citizens of Now York
Tho total numbor of subscribers
whoso nnmos wore furnished was
17,110; tho numbor of soparato coins,
bills and chocks which woro dropped
into tho numerous contribution
boxes was 47,070, ropresouting prob
ably about that numbor of soparato
contributors. Tho total number of
contributors to tho fund may, there
fore, bo stated at 04,788. Tho in
dividual amounts rocoivod rangod
'from 1 cout to $5000 and tho diilor
onco botwoon tho subscriptions' and
tho actual cash received from them
will bo loss than .$100.
Tho totnl disbursements to date
aro $30,000, leaving on hand $176,000,
which will practically comploto tho
monumont. A vory satisfactory con
tract for the granito work in tho
monumont has boon outorod iuto
with tho Maine and Now Hampshire
Granito Company. Tho grauito is
light in color and durable in quality.
It is expected th;rV' tho monument
will bo completed in tho autumn of
1895. -In a repository to bo provid
ed in tho monument will bo parch
mont rolls containing autographs of
tho surviving votorans of the war
who fought under Grant.
Fine. Job Printing at the Bulletin Office.
' ' We are six in fam
A Farmer at ily. We live in a
r- j t. place where we are
Edom'Texas-subject to violent
Says: Colds and Lung
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spitling-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, but let me say to anyone want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Troublesis
Try it. You will . fcoon be con
vinced. In all the families vhere
your German Syrup
is used we have no
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this
G G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
FllOM THE PREMISES
of K. 1. LillioaHiotch
Collie. A suitable reward
will be liaul on ruturnlim
same to C. 1. Ml ,
G72-3t at T. H. Davies & Co.'s.
DRAFT NO. 5( IN FAVOH OF AH ON,
dated Lihue, Kauai, Feb. i!5, 1803,
for $50, sent to the order of Wong Kwai,
Honolulu, Iiqh been lost. As the draft is
of no value to any other, tho finder will
please icttirn same to this olliee. 073-lw
LOST OB MISLAID
CERTIFICATE NO. 2 FOR
J Shares Mutual Telepl
standing in the namn of V
Transfer has been
pleaso return to
stopped. Finder wil
J. S. WALKER,
A LL PERSON HAVING
1 are ru
Xx. against Engine Co. No.
ENGINE CO. NO. 1.
FIKE POLICE NOTICE.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE LATE FIKE
Police Company are hereby notified
that all dues and lines must be paid on or
before the l,rth of this month (March) to
the undersigned, at Mr. Jas. F. Morgan's
Auction Room, Queon street. Notifica
tions have been posted to members in
arrears. H. ARMITAGE,
HAWAIIAN STAMPS WANTED.
LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES OF
Hawaiian used Postage Stamps
bought for cash at San Francisco prices.
1 Cent, green -10c.
2 Cent, rose (Kalukunu) 25c.
2 Cent, violet (Lllluokuliini) 50c.
5 Cent, blue (i5c.
Others in proportion. Address
(172-lw J1UM.ETIN Ofllco.
Tho following choice bit of wordnalntlnir
occurs In Hawthorne's Murblo Faun:
" Women ho thoy of what earthly rank
thoy may, howovor gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always homo little handiwork ready to Jill
the tiny gap of every vucant moment. A
needle is fuinillar to tho lingers of thoiu all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion; tho
woman poet can uso it as adroitly us her
pen; tho wonum's oyo, that has discovered
11 new star, turns fr.oiu its glory to send the
polished littlo Instrument gleaming along
tho hem of her kerchief, or to darn u casual
fray iu her dress. And thoy have greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with thu small, familiar, gentle In
terests of life, the continually operating in
fluences of winch do so much for tho health
of tho character, and carry oil' what would
otherwise be a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. Avast dual of human
sympathy runs along this eleetrlu line,
stretching from tho throne to tho wicker
chulr of the humblest seamstress, und
keeping high ami low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings,"
Housewives, whllo you ply tho needle,
Jiavo you over rellectcd on tho vicissitudes
of life? fcieu to It that your husbands pro
vide for the future well aro of their families
hy at once applying for a Pollov In thu
E'QUlTAIlLlt LIFE ASSURANCE SO
OIETV of the United States. J'o more
suitable gift could be oll'cred to you.
BRUCE & A. J, CAuTVYMGirr,
General Agents for thu Hawaiian Islands
Imputable Life Asaurunco Society ol thu
Hawaiiau Harflware Co., L'fl
Saturday, March 11, 1893.
A prominent buyer remark
ed in our store when he saw
a big lot of Helvetia Belting
being shipped to a plantation,
"You have about everything
in this store that is used on
plantations except the machin
ery." This remark is pleasant
to our ears coming as it does
from a man whose business
is to "buy things."
For the last vear we have
been striving to complete our
stock, to have it so that a man
will not have to go elsewhere
to get what is needed for
either his home or plantation.
The Helvetia Belting was the
one thing needful to complete
our lines and just why we have
delayed getting it is one of
those things "no fellow can find
out." Uut we have it now and
your wants in this direction
will be filled by us with the
same mutual profit and small
cost to you that characterises
all of our goods.
We have lately added to
our stock a lartre assortment
of Carriage Supplies, Top
Leather, Collar Leather,
White Cotton Duck, Dash and
Saddle Leather. For months
and months we have been
supplying the trade with Har
ness Leather in red and black;
the other lines have recently
been added on account of
numerous calls from our cus
tomers. Carriage Top Dress
ing and NeaFs Carriage Paints
have been a staple article with
us since our doors were first
thrown open to the public and
an invitation for a share of its
patronage extended. That it
has been a successful line with
us is shown by our increased
stock and spreading out of
We intimated last week that
the damp weadier would not
last forever; the blinding dust
on the thoroughfares is proof
of our prophecy and an indica
tion of the approach of the
windmill season. Last year
we offered you the galvanized
mill as an improvement over
the painted one of the previous
year. It was a step in advance
of the windmill times. This
year we show you, and sell you
the galvanized steel tower,
either fixed or tilting, which
appears to cap the climax of
all improvements. There
seems to be nothing left for
the manufacturers to do
they've reached the par excel
lence of windmills, and you
know it. If there was as
great an improvement in the
system of collections here the
average merchant would have
sun on both sides of the street.
Our office boy puts it this
The wind blowoth
The water lloweth
The farmer soweth
The customer oweth
And the Lord knoucth
we are in need of our dues.
To try and bo cunning
And quick "coiiie-a-riiuuiug,"
Ere we go tu Lulling,
We're not "a funning"
This thing of dunning
Would give us the everlasting blues.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Spreuliels' lllouk,
Corner Ifort So
Ob Tt JL
EX "AUSTRALIA" AND "0. D.
117 Cases of
FOR THIS WEEK
A Handsome Lino of New Designs In
FANCY SATEENS, SHADED HTL1C EFFECTS
Tho Latest Cloth In
WASH MATERIAL (UHALLY EFFECTS
3 . IE j(HE JEFL Tj X G ZE3C ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
To Lot or Iiease.
BOOMS TO LET.
rpWO XICELY FUR
JL nislied Rooms at No.
4 Harden Lane, very rea
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. ere. Commands
one of tho finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
THE PREMISES LATE-
& .-.-Tftl T'
X ly oeeupied by P. P.
Kanoa on King stieet. It
has a Largo Yard and the
1 i.t I.. j
House is very eonvenieut.
053-2w JOHN F. COL15URN.
ONE PLUCK FROM I!E
retania street ear-., a
Cool and Convenient Cot
taise of Six Rooms Lame
Lot, Stable and Chieken Houe. Apply to
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
HOUSE TO LET
near Piikoi street,
i y-n r
containing Six Rooms,
Carriuue Houe and Stable :
Lot 100x100 feet. Rent -18 per month in
eluding water. Apply to
MRS' W. H. SMITH,
(i71-lw 110 King street.
NICE COTTAGE ON
Beretania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
ranor, 'i jieuroonis, isatu
room. Dinimiroom. Pantrv
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, eto.
Tramcais rass every UU minutes. Apply at
olliee of this paper. -IftS-tf
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
2o8 King street, lately
occupied by Air. M. 8. Levy,
eontaininu'll Bedrooms Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
btanie in yam; Artesian water lam on,
For paiticulars and terms, upiilv to
013-tf at E. O. Hall .t Sons'.
Bill Heads, letter Head, cUi.,jtiinled
at the Bulletin Office.
A FRESH LOT OF
HAY and MikW
PER "S. Q. WILDER"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
It can bo proved
Of any papei
1 kiiid of Commercial Pelntimj
jirumiillji uwirt f low iittes at the
j t'ri iSslfe
3ST ID EZ-
URYANT" I HAVE RECEIVED
out and an Inspection
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Two-story Briek Building
formerly the residence of the lato H. J.
Hart, situate on Nutianu Avenuo below
School street. Terms easy. 23-tf
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains clsewheie, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their otllce.
.iCGy-Wc keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aio moderate and as
landlords we will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
DST- Apply in each case to
BRDCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
27ie Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for fiO cents per month.
On Account of Departure.
A TRACT OF LAND, NEAR
Beretania street, of abont
8 Acres, favorably located for
division into Building Lots;
ut present cultivated for vege
tables, rice and bananas; water from two
Artesian Wells. Apply to
1 "M. A.,"
1'. O. Box 112, Honolulu.
ANE WLY BUI LT COT
tuge 21x;m;, contain
ing 4 Rooms, Kitchen and
Bathroom,. on a Lot 50 feet
f.m, ,fl.n n,i ltfiiJr.iii.lt i fcn.int jn. Diiiiiili.ni .
liuiltuuu Ull JCUhnilllSllUUb MUM, J. U1IUIIUU,
area about 1W00 fcquaro feet; 5 minutes'
walk from the trimoursj Artesian water.
Prico $1000. Apply to
G1M-2W P. O. Box 44U, Honolulu.
BY VIRTUE OF THREE WRITS OF
Executions Issued out of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit, on the 31st day
of January, A. D. 1893, aguinst Capt. Wm.
Davies, defendant, in favor of E. (i. Schu
mann, R. J. Greene und J. Hopp .t Co.,
plaintiffs, for the sums of $0.1.55, tWXTl
and $lU7.2ft respectively, I have levied upon
and shall expose for sale ut the Police Sta
atiou, in the District of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of SATURDAY, the
8th day of April, A. D. 1803, to the highest
bidder, all the right, title and interest of
the said Win. Davies, defendant, in and
to the following property, unless said
judgment, interest, costsuud my expenses
lie previously paid.
List of property for salo:
Two House Lots situated in Pimahoa,
Honolulu, 011 Bingham and Metealf streets.
The first having an area of .75 of an acre,
more particularly described in deed of Faty
to Graham, recorded in Liber 70, page 391.
Also, Lot containing 30,000 square feet,
and described iu deed of Dillingham to
Graham recorded in Liber 85, puge 420,
both being portions of the Pasture Lot be
longing to thu Oahu College ami duly con
veyed to said Win. Davies hy deed of W.
11. Cornwell dated Aug. 5, IHti'J, recorded
In Liber 118, pago 100, togother with tho
buildings und appurtenances thereon.
Said property being subject to a mortgage,
however, of if3r00, to the estate of T. H.
Hobron, and to u second mortgage of $800
to W. R. Castle, dated July 2.', 1802, and
lecorded ill Liber 13s, page 171.
Also 15 Slimes of the Piuueer Buildiui!
und Loan Association Company, said
Shares being repieseuted
-(i. ini ior a nnares, ami 11
281 for 10 Shares. Said hharos of stock,
however, being subject together with tho
afoiemeutioned Real Estate to thu said
morlgiigo to W. R. Castle.
W. G. ASHLEY,
March 10, lbO.'l.
Begs to notify the public that he has re
ceived per S. S. "Monowal" tin
Elegant Ai-i-ortiiicut of
Ladles', Clilldreu's & Gent's
g Goods !