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OnVKBNMENT HOUSK. I
Honolulu, March 20, 18f3. j
Notice Is hereby given thnt
WILLIAM FOSTER, Esq.,
HON. AL1IERT FKANCIS JUDD nnd
CECIL UROWN, Esq.,
havo bcun appointed Commissioners for
tho purposo of Revising and Codifying tlio
l'cnal Laws of the Hawaiian Islands In
accordanco with tho provisions 0f ,, vcl
of tho Hawaiian I.i'gislaturo approved
Aue. 0, lS'x!, providing therefor.
070 3t-13 It
OOVEIINMKNT llot'SK, 1
Honolulu, March w, 180,1.
Is hereby given that His Exeol-
THEODORE C. PORTER
has been appointed a Commissioner of
Crown Lands of the Hawaiian Islands,
vice Mr. I. C. Jones, resigned.
Tho Hoard now consist of J. A. King,
T. C. Torter and 0. P. Inukcn.
070 IU-13 It
Orncr. ok the llouin
HoNoLi'i.u, March lti,
Tho following named persons havo been
chosen and appointed Olllcers of the Board
Hon. W. O. Smitli
. . . .Agent on Leprosy
L. L. La Pierre. i
La Pierre. ","lS"V.r" J,i","1'
CL W. Clones
tue committees ok Tin: lioAisn am::
On Leprosy Dr. F. L. Miner, John Ena.
On Quarantine and Contagious Disea-.es
other than Leprosy Dr. F. 11. Day, J. T.
On Public Health and Sanitation Dr. G.
P. Andrews, J. O. Carter.
Secretary Board of Health.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1803, or thoy will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Kegistration on Calm shall be made at
the Intorior Olllce.
On the othei Islands it shall be done at
the Ofllc s of the several Sheriffs.
G. X. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
Inwnor Office, Dec. 2, 1802. 5sO-tf
Holdors of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Bates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for lining water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 0 o'clock p. si., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. X. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 3, lb'J3.
TUB MIL! BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Exlablhhcd for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1893.
Tho report of a lecture to busi
ness men from a Sau Francisco
paper is commendod to tho porusal
of Honolulu's trading guild.
A piece of laud in Now York city
sold at $10 a square foot latoly. The
American commercial metropolis
will soon include the cities across
tho rivors. Then it will be well in
tho race to securo the title of the
Koad Supervisor Defended.
Tho first intimation tho public
had of any dissatisfaction in road
supervisor was through a local squib
in tho P. C. Advertiser homo days
ago. Mr. Cummings was perhaps as
much surprised at tho local as wero
the ninny hundred pooplo who use
tho roads aud aro loud in their
praises of tho supervisor's work.
When Mr. Cumniings read the at
tack of tho Advertiser reporter ho
called upon tho editor and asked a
correction of tho local and showed,
accordiug to tho Advortisor's cor
rection (7), a pay roll containing the
names of a number of Portuguese.
Tho correction was characteristic of
tho P. C. Advertiser and as usual
moro contemptible than tho first
Now thou as to tho charge. "No
haolos need apply." This little
country, by force of circumstances,
is tho native's and under any other
supervisor than Mr. Cummings thoy
would bo given a decided proforoneo
when work was tho question. When
tho government was overthrown the
Hawaiians wero not given an oppor
tunity to shoulder a gun at 510 por
month; we wero not wanted by tho
P. G. bocauso of our color and natu
ral dosiro to preserve tho independ
ence of Hawaii. Any man who
passed through tho government
buildings between January 17th and
February 1st would havo found tho
Portuguese largely in tho majority
of guards. Was it lovo of country
and good government that kopt
thorn thoro or was it tho rate por
day! In tho road board tho chances
for tho native aro equal with tho
foreigner. Among tho hums there
are five haolos to five natives. Men
aro selected according to tlieir abil
ity to do tho labor required. Tho
question of "carrying guns" or sup
porting tho J', U. lias never been
asked n Hawaiian nor has it boon
asked of tho Porlugiiobo so far as I
am able to loarn from others than
Ino, M. Vivas. I mu informed by a
Portuguese resident, that ho has
made several requests of Mr. Cum
iniugH to give tho Portuguese work
iu tht'oud department and in every
instance his request has been granted.
I havo soon in ono enng working on
Borotanijistrcot 18 Portuguese Does
this look ns though that nationality
was discriminated against!
As to our st roots, who over saw
thorn in bottor condition? Woro
thoy so during tho torm of occu
pancy of tho haolo who now rosides
at tho coast?
As to Mr. Cummings' loyally it
can novur bo quostionou. Ho is to
day a supporter of tho" party in
power and as staunch perhaps as
any man in tho council, too staunch
to moot tho views of tho inou, Ha
waiians, with whom ho has always
Mr. Vivas, who sooms to bo tho
champion of what ho would load us
to bohovo aro down-trodden Portu-
guoso, is anxious, 1 havo no doubt, to
increase his rovonuo by taking affi
davits for niou who wero refused
work because thoro was no plnco to
put thorn. When Mr. Vivas request
ed tho appointment of Poruiguoso
aud there wero vacancies tho men
woro appointed, and I can pick out
from a squad at least four of Vivas'
men. This information I got. from
tho men themselves and who will
mako an affidavit to that offect.
Tho Rural Aristocracy.
If space will permit I should liko
to make a few remarks upon tho
writings of tho Advortisor's local
correspondents. In tho first place
it's only fair to say that most of
these lottors aro sensible enough, but
again some of those vaporiugs aro of
such a naturo as to mako us tired.
Wo can stand gossip, tho reports of
mysterious coming events, tho en
gagement of Mr. Nobody to Miss
Nowhere, and tho general twaddle;
but when wo see families constantly
lauded to tho skj', as if thoy wero
aristocrats of tho first water, having
tho prowess aud wisdom of tho gods,
it's a little too much. Somo of these
villago favorites, too, in thoir less
palmy da3s contracted various small
debts around tho dilTeront islauds,
of which thoy aro now unmindful,
and some persons of oven less conse
quence aro constantly held up to tho
public view, to attract. I presume,
the admiration of a smiling world.
Tho pernicious views of these
sycophant pliant courtiers are cal
culated to do no good; in fact, somo
of these soft-soapod, boflattored
individuals already want tho world,
in fact think thoy havo it by tho
tail, and alone can guide it. Neither
is auythiug of importance that doos
not emanate from their capacious
brains or como under tho influence
of their eagle eye.
Such men doth flattery make.
But wo would not dampen tho ardor
of these worthies. Lot them still
sing the praises of mediocrity and
tho rich, because if thoy and thoir
clients aro not raised into high ro
puto, thoy will most likely bo
brought into just contempt.
I' BEE LiANCE.
Hamakua, March 12, 1893.
It doos seem strango that when
the plain honest truth is told in a
straightforward manner as Bishop
Willis has done in the Diocesan
Magazine in regard to our wayward
sugar-bound missionaries, it should
cause them to squirm and kick like
a baud of wild mules. Tho very
pious Soreno E. Bishop completely
exhausts himself in his dastardly
and cowardly attempt to brand the
Queen before tho world as an idola
tress; but without effect, a3 the
Queen is wall known to bo an old,
an houorod member of tho church
and an educated and porfect lady
who, when in power, was courted
and fawned upon, by those same
lickspittle sycophants who aro now
trying to hound her down. But
take courage, my hearties, tho day
of reckoning will soon bo hero, when
ample justice will be generously
weighed out to Hawaii, regardless
of the yells of S. E. Bishop or his
kind. Hawaii Fouever.
The Shirt Maker's Revenge.
Hold your orders for Johnson is coming
The shirt maker is on the way
Look out for his whiskers for thoy aro leak
ing Till you hear what ho has to say.
Respect to Johnson the bluffer justly paid
And noble shirt maker honored his joblots
But whence this being? that a name so
Should join with Johnson the shirt man,
on a tomb be seen.
This Johnson would better far proclaim.
To future ages humble his job lots name,
Johnson and shirt maker had been well
The city collector and tho city bard.
Now import all your ho called shirt makers
To take my honest living away if you can
1 came to these Islands to work like a man
Here will i stay iu spite of your teeth
For all kinds of shirt will f make to look
'LAST HUT NOT LEAST.'
I do all tho shirt cutting that is
done at my place of business and in
case tho shirts don't give entire satis
faction 1 will niter thorn, make now
shirts or refund tho money. All
shirts that I make will bo kept in
ropair for 2 years free of charge
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho American Shirt Maker.
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
toll by thoir feelings, when to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea ltomody is
taken as boon ns thoso symptoms ap
pear, thoy can ward oil tho disease.
Such porsons should always keep
tho IJomedy at hand, ready or im
mediate iiKo when needed. Two or
three docs of it at tho right timo
will save thorn much suiroring. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
auds. One of the largest forests in the
world stands on ico. It is situated
between Ural and tho Okhotsk Soa.
A well was recently dug in this re
gion, when it was found that at a
(loi)th of !M0 foot tho ground was
Daily Bulletin, 60 cents a month,
Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. Hitchcock of Hilo.
Dark and loworing was tho weather
at Hilo in tho ovoniug of tho 13th of
March, but such a crowd assembled
at tho house of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Hitchcock to congratulato this do
votoil couple on tho 36th anniversary
of thoir marriage, Wilson's carrioges
woro kept vorj' busy all tho ovoning.
It would soom thnt tho old saying is
very true, that "whoro thoro is a will
thoro is a way," for it did soom as
though ovory ono in tho town was
thoro, notwithstanding tho rain
camo down as though it did not cost
In ovory nicho flowors of tho
choicest kinds wero arranged boaiiti
fully, 'as all God's gifts should bo.
Their porfumo fillotl tho spacious
parlor. Tho voraudn was enclosed
by flags, so that all tho spaco was
occupied by thoso who wished to
promenade or sit. Thoro woro also
games of various kinds for thoso who
wished to enjoy themsolvos that
way. Everyone seomod to bo full of
life, even the oldost, aud each ono
had a jolly good timo, as is always
tho case, this couplo knowing how
to cator for thoir friends, and if their
friends do not havo a good timo it's
thoir own fault. It is with ploasuro
I uamo somo of thoso who wore pres
ent: Judge F. S. Lyman and Mrs.
Lyman, Judge S. L. Austin and Mrs.
Austin, Eov. E. P. Baker and Mrs.
Bakor, Iter. Mr. Baptiste, Mr. L.
Sovoranco, Mr. W. S. Torry aud Mrs.
Torry, Mr. E. E. Richards aud Mrs.
Richards, Mr. L. Turner and Mrs.
Tumor, Mr. Henry Portor and Mrs.
Porter, Mr. N. Wilfong aud Mrs.
Wilfong, Mrs. Jules Richardson, Dr.
C. H. Wotmoro, Dr. Frank Wotmore,
Miss Deyo, Judge Hapai aud Mrs.
Hapai, Mr. E. D. Baldwin and wife,
Miss Ellon Lyman, A. Richardson,
Miss Kelly, Mr. Holmes, Mr. Burn-
oil, Misses Rosej Mrs. E. G. Hitch
cock, and the Misses Hitchcock.
Tho ovoniug was passed boforo wo
wero awaro it was timo to loavo tho
scones so charming. Thoro was no
music but tho music of voices in
conversation, and no dancing, which
thoro was not room for, as the spaco
was needed for the frionds to stand.
Hilo is tho place whoro people know
how to enjoy thomsolvos. If anyone
doubts this statement lot thorn como
horo and livo. J. A. M.
Hilo, March 18, 1893.
First Term of the Supromo Court in
Sole Appellate Jurisdiction.
Tho Supromo Court of tho Hawaii
an Islauds opoued its first term as
an exclusively appellate court this
morning. Present: Judd, C. J.;
Bickerton and Froar, J J. The fol
lowing cases camo up:
Egan & Gunn vs. E. M. Brewer
and others, trespass on the case; ex
ceptions from October term, First
Circuit. Poterson for plaintiff, Hart
well for dofendants-appollant. Argu
ed and submitted.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons vs. John
Young, assumpsit; appeal from Bick
ortou, J., in Chambers. Magoon for
plaintiffs-appellant, Ashford for do
fondant. Arguod aud submitted.
A. M. Mollis vs. A. K. Kunuiakoa,
assumpsit; appeal from Bickerton,
J., iu Chambers. Argued and sub
mitted. Magoon for plaintiff-appellant;
Ashford for defendant.
C. A. Brown vs. C. N. Spencer, in
junction; appeal from decree of
Froar, J., prrautinir writ. Abated on
ground of death of defendant.
The following cases havo been
submitted on briefs:
A. J. Lopez vs. M. Kaiaikawaha ot
al, ejectment; oxception from tho
January term, 18S)2, of tho First Cir
cuit. Magoon for plaintnl-appel-lant,
Ashford for defendants.
M. J. Silva ot al vs. Anton Homon,
trover; appeal from Bickerton J., in
Chambers. Magoon-Hatch for plaintiff-appellant;
Ashford for defend
ant. M. Phillips & Co. vs. Administra
tor Estate of C. Alee, replevin; ex
ceptions from October torm of the
First Circuit. Hatch for plaintiffs
appollant; Castlo for defendant.
J . Nawahi ot al vs. J. K. Kokaula,
injunction and accounting; appeal
from docree denying writ. Poopoo
for plaintiffs-appellant; Thurston
Hearing on tho writs of habeas
corpus in behalf of S. Morang, M.
boconto nuu J. iiixquichel, commit
ted to prison on alleged faulty mitti
muses issued by District Judge J. K.
Kapuniai, was postponed from to
day till April 3 at Circuit Court
Judge Cooper presides at cham
bers this week.
Chief Justice Judd on Saturday
approved tho accounts of F. A.
Schaefer, guardian of tho Long
minors, for 1888, 1889, 1890 aud 1891.
Ancient Grook temples woro al
ways erected without roofs, so that
thoy might bo open to the sky. Tho
largest of them was that of Jupitor
Olympus, which was 870 foot long
and GO broad.
Europeans living in the East soon
become acquainted with the slender
iron bodstoads with tall iron rods,
designod to support tho mosquito
netting which seldom really auswers
A irlass factory at Livorpool has
glass journal boxes for all its ma
chinery, a glass floor, glass shiuglos
on tho roof and a smokestack 105
foot high built wholly of glass bricks,
each a foot square.
In olden timos in Now England it
was supposed that tho first unmar
ried portion of tho othor sox whom
ono mot on St. Valentino's morning
while out walking was a destined
wifo or a dostinod husband.
"Tho people of this vieinity insist
on having Chamberlain's Cough
Jiomedy and do not want auy othor,"
says John V. Bishop, of 1'ortland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. Thoy
know it to lie superior to any othor
for colds, aud us a preventive and
euro for uroup, and why should thoy
not insist upon having it. CO cent
bottles for salo by all dealers. ISon
bon, Smith & Co., agents for tho lla
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. Ho
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered ns no one but a
" dyspeptic can. I then begau tak
" ing August Flower. At that time.
"I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
" to cat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med-
"iciue, and feltmuch
"better, nnd after
" takinga little more
" August Mower my
" Dyspepsia disap
peared, aud since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
"least fear of distress I wish all
" that are afflicted with that terrible
"disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as I
" am satisfied there is no medicine
"equal to it."
By Lowis J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF .
On FRIDAY, March 24th,
AT It O'CLOCK A. M..
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, a Choico Collection of Plants and
Trees just nrrived from Japan ex S. S.
"Mike Maru," consisting of
MAGNOLIAS, 9 Varieties;
AZALEAS, 10 Varieties;
White Crapo Myrtle, Camelias, Palms,
Cinnamon it Camphor Trees,
Oranges, Giant Lor,uots, Walnuts,
Tea Plants & Seed, Etc., Etc.
Lewis J. Levey,
Roy alUtiwaiiau Opera House
L. J. Levey
Major P. Kahalewai..
Series of Interesting Incidents In
Adapted for the Stage by the Hawaii Po.noi
Dhajutic Co., to be presented in Eng
lish by Native Hawaiians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8tu,
Will bo produced a Melo-drama in
Two Acts, entitled ;
"The Lady ;, Twilight"
New Scones I
isrew Costu.rn.es I
A Musical Interlude by tho Compauy:
Overture Hawaiian Hand
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters by the Company.
EW A Set of Realistic Scenery has been
specially designed and painted for these
Prices as Usual 50c, 76c. & $1.00.
CA, Box Plan oncn at Levey's where
Tickets can be had lor all parts of the I
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Our Optical Department still
goes along in the even tenor of its
way despite all opposition. Every
day we fit somebody cither with a
pair of Eyeglasses for 25c, and
once in a while we gel as high as
$2.00. We can't go higher he
cause that is the best pair of crys
tals you can buy and why pay
'more? The reason is that we do
not need any special two weeks'
study of the question because our
instrument, the EYEMETEH, is
so simple that its test is absolute.
Doesn't matter if your eyes are
myoplic, astigmatic or any other
attic, that instrument gets there
Toilet Soaps, Hair it Cloth Brushes.
Cronuet Sets, bawn Tenuis Snpplins.
Guitars from $ 1 up, JSmijcn, Violins,
On the Instalment Plan, also l'or Hunt
A Inrgu Minply of Popular Novel.
A well assorted slock of Jlouud Hooks,
to suit all ngi- at publishers' rales.
Children's Books from 5o. up,
Sots Hawaiian Btampa 31.75 & $4.00.
Sheet Music Ordered by Every Steamer.
Hawaiian Harflware Co.. L'a
Saturday, March IS, 1S93.
An order for ten plows in
one day from one plantation
is an indication of the direction
of the wind in the plow trade.
The Hendry Breaker is in the
nine hole for big work, and for
ordinary plain every day plow
ing, the Hendry Rice Plow has
no equal. They have floated
on the crest of a popular wave
since their introduction with no
danger of an under-tow carry
ing them back.
On some plantations the
managers have a riding plow
in operation, but it is not all
land that is suitable for this
plow, it is good on level
stretches but not on up-hill-and
down-dale places. The
Gazelle three-wheeler is con
sidered the best of these, best
because of its many good qua
lities and because we sell 1
them. The plow is hung from
and lifted by two cranks,
which move together, and to
both of which the beam is se
curely attached, one being in
front and the other at the rear
of the beam. The action of
the lifting lever is to squarely
raise or lower the entire plow
bottom. It does awav with
that nicety of adjustment at
the clevis necessary on other
riding plows and so makes the
Gazelle specially adapted to
inexperienced plowmen. This
construction allows the Gazelle
to open a furrow either flat or
on an angle. As the plow lifts
six inches from the ground it
is high enough to clear all ob
structions when on the road.
No exertion is necessary to
start the plow; by merely
lever and start-
the team the plow will
enter the ground to any re
quired depth, when it may be
locked in position by the
In constructing this plow the
manufacturers spare no ex
pense in the quality of the
materials used, and for a riding
plow its makeup stamps it as
the best that ever came to the
Islands. We have only a few
of them and offer them cheap
because we wish to devote our
plow space to the Hendry
brands of agricultural imple
ments. If you have ever had broken
thumb nails from opening a
pocket knife you are probably
as willing to avoid the annoy
ance and disagreeable feeling
as we are to provide you with
the means of doing so. There
is only one way to keep your
nails perfect and that by get
ting one of the Patent Knives in
which the blades open by pim
ply touching a spring. We've
sold ten dozen of them to fas
tidious people. If you belong
to that set you'll want one.
The approach of spring
kindles a desire in people to
paint their houses and fences,
dress them up, as it were, for
Easter. Strange to relate we
have everything necessary to
put your place in good shape,
and by the way the Califor-
I mans, and we takti OUr Stvles
i from that State,
j their houses in one color and
j without any contrasting shades
1 in the trimmings. The effect
i is at once beautiful and catchy;
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoallu Hprcckelb' lllouk,
THEO. H. DA
Rolled Barley, Oats, Bran,
WHKAT, WHOM: CHACKK1) CORK,
GOLDEN G-ATE & WHITE LILY FLOUK,
Have llcnno, Hbl. Salmon. Falibanlc-' Lard, Whitney's Hotter,
Karjlo Milk, T.lbliy'i O. .V Chipped Hoof.
I.ihbv's T.iuich Tonptie, Underwood's Picnic lolMors,'
J. it. U. Honed Uhicknn, Vienna Sausniro, Oysters, Clams,
"Yum-Yum" Com, "Lion" Corn,
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, ltoynl Jinking Powder.
Cal. French Prunes, Dried Apples, Evaporated Apples,
ltNlui; Sun Stove Polish, Mason's Jllacking,
Candles, Table Salt, Uoll'co in Tins it Papers.
Medium, Saloon Pilot, Soda, Assorted & Otlier Fancy Crackers.
INCLUDING A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL GROCERIES.
New Zealand Potatoes & Onions, Received Ex "Alameda"
078 LAUHK SUPPLY 01' F13K1) STUM'S ALWAYS, IN' STOCK. lm
Corner Ifort &
O- IR, .A. 15T ID
toeing of Spring Goods !
EX "AUSTRALIA" ANJ) " C. 1).
por rriis "weeik:
I MI 00
A Handsome l.inc of Xew Designs in
FAXCY SATKKNS, SHADUl) SlUC UFKICCTS
The. Latest Cloth in
WASH MATERIAL (CHALI.Y EKKKUTS
Corner Fort aad Hotel Sts.,
rjo Let or Lease.
ROOMS TO LET
TWO NICELY El'K
JL iiistlied Rooms at No,
itarilcn l.ano, vcr
A TWO ROOMED D'lTR
nislicd Cottage on
Emma Square. Applv to
"P. O. Jlox ;:." 0,o-tf
NEW HOXTSE OK KIVE t .-ai'-v-n
rooms, on Magazine Sinl'PMi
street, with Jiatlirnom, pat- foj i'iiTST
ent W. 0., etc. Commands &ii!-Siig:
one of tho finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M.-V1VAK.
"HE PREMISES LATE-
Iv occitiiied by P. P.
K.moa on King .street. It
h.is a Laro Yaid and the
House l.s very convenient
ujS-L'w JOHN 1
ONE I! LOCK. FROM 1JE
retania street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Large
.ot, Stable and Chicken House Apply to
E. It. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
HOUSE TO LET
near J'liKol street,
J'likoi street, tfrMFrrrK
Six Jtooms, feni-fe
se and Stable: t-JJJJqiJHeS
Lot 100x100 feet. Kent $18 per month m-
L'lUillng water. Apply t
A NICE COTTAGE ON
lleretania street, near
Plikoi street, containing
i Parlor, i! iiedrooms, i'utli
! room. DiniiiLTOuiu. Pautrv
Servant's room. Carriage House, htable, etc.
Trami'iiis pas, every ai minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. -l.iM-tf
at a low rental a long
Lease of a Splendid liuild
Inir Site on the beach at
Waiklkl; bathing facilities llist-cl.iss and
in a desirable locality. Kur paiticulars
c. j. McCarthy,
(i"7-:il Cuniiiiilis jllouk, Mcicliaiil st,
TO LET OB, LEASE
rpilh COri'AGh AT NO. 4 ,;,r;"
JL aw Klinrsmi't, luiclj (FrVr.lVK
occupied by Mr. M.b. 1iyy, fKm'h.itf
containing.'! Hcili-iMiniK , Par-p4i-4iB.
PHE COTTAGE AT NO,
nitihiir-rimiii. Ivlh'hi n anil Rat broom
' Stable In yard; Artesian Winer hud on.
l'or nai'tlcular.s and term-, anuiv to
-MM.. I l,ll. .1 1 IT...,
at h. O. Hull ,'c mjiis
T. ,1. -AuXDX-jIEEjIER.
Ilegs to nnlth the piililir llnii he lias r,..
reived per is. !,, Miiu.ju.ti" 1111
Elegant Ai-Mirtiuoiii of
Ladles', Children's & Gent's
Boots lf4 Shoes
VIES & CO.
" TK.-A.3STSIT '
, iiuu uuu uuuiuu,
' .. mill ',.' llnxos: Mnri'mi's Sanollo. Poarlinn.
IMtYANT" I J1AVK ItKC'KIVBD
aud an inspection
Honolulu, H. I.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwrifrht.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Two-story Dvick Buildinc;
with Pleasant Grounds,. i YiTT
formerly the residence of tho Into H. J.
Hart, situate on Xtiuanu Avenue below
School street. Terms easy. 02,'5-tf
j NOTE Dofore seeking or closing bar
i gains elsowhurc, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onco consult the under
signed at their olllce.
fCfWe l;eop property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason-
able iu our dealings.
I Tfif" Apply in each case to
BP.UCE or A. J." CARTWRIGHT,
'Cartwright lluilding," Merchant Htrcet.
. MARSHAL'S SALE.
VIRTUE OK. THREE AVRITS OF
Executions issued out of the Circuit
Court ot the First Circuit, on the 31st day
of January, A. D. ltliii, against Capt. Wm.
Duvies, defendant, in favor of E. (i. Schu
mann, R. .1. Greene and J, Hopp it Co.,
plaintill's, for the sums of .f(i!l.5.', tflO'.KW
and fl'J7.-.t respectively, I have levied upon
and shall expose for salo at the Police Sta
ation, in the District of Honolulu, Island
of 0.ihu, at 12 o'clock of SATURDAY, the
Hth day of April, A. I). lb!, to the highest
biddei. all the light, title and interest of
the said Win. Davios, defendant, in nnd
to the following property, unless said
iudglneut, interest, costsand my oxpenses
be previously paid.
List of property for sale:
Two House Lots situated in Punahoii,
Honolulu, on Illngliaiu and Metcalf streets.
The first having an area of .78 of an uero,
inoio p.wtleuluily described indeed of Paty
to Gialiam, recorded in Liber 70, pago Hill.
Also, Lot containing ."U,(00 square feet,
and described iu deed of Dillingham to
Urobilin recorded in Liber h5, page -VJO,
both being port Ions of the Pasture Lot be
longing to thoOahu College and duly uuii
vejedtosaid Win. Davios by deed of W.
II, Cornwcll dateij Aug. fi, lbtii), recorded
in Liber Hh, page 10(1, together with tho
buildings and appuitenauccs thereon.
Said piupertv being subject to a mortgage,
however, of .flLiOO. to the estate of T. 11.
Hebron, and to a second mortgage of S0O
to V. R. Castlo, dated July -'.!, 1M, and
rcciiiileil Iu 1,1 icr lis. na
Also 10 Mimes ol tne 1'ioneer milium
..... .',i.. ....
anil Loan Association Company, said
Shares being represented by certificate
No. INI for . Slimes, and by certificate No.
-M for 10 Shares. Said hhures of stock,
however, being subject together with tho
nfmeiiiciitioiie.l Ileal Estate to the nald
uioitgage to W. R. Castle.
Honolulu, March 10, l.V.i;).
HAWAIIAN STAMPS WANTED.
I ARGi: OR SMALL (JUANTITIES Ol''
jlj Hawaiian used Postage Stumps
bought for rash at Sail Kranclsco prices.
1 Cent, green 10c.
- Cenl, lue (Knlllklllia) .. . .li'Mi,
Cent, vli.loKLHIiioUliinl) .... fitk-.
oCi'tll, blue Km.
Othuiaiu proportion. Adilices
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