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School Houbo and Teacher's Cottage
for Kllauoa, Kauai.
Tendors will bo rccolvod at tho Olllco of
tho Hoard of Education until WEDNES
DAY, tho 21st of Juno next, at 12 o'clock
noon, for tho construction, including ma
terial, painting, freight, etc., of a School
Houses 20x48x12 feot, cloar, and a Cottngo
30x12x12 foot, with veranda, and veranda
rooms, nt tho place above named.
Oartago of tho material from the Kllauoa
landing to tho school site, will bo free to
Plans and specifications for tho work can
bo seon at tho Olllco of the Board of Educa
tion, and nt Mr. G. It. Ewart's, KUauea,
Those buildings will be similar to those
recently erected by the Board of Education
at Hanamaulu, Kauai.
The Board does not bind itaolf to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Offlco of the Board of Education, May 31,
1803. 741 3t-S$ 3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1893.
Mr. Harold M. Sowall's reported
remark, boforo leaving for tho Coast
yostorday, that he understood au
intimation had come from Washing
ton to tho effect that annexation was
a dead issue for the present, was tho
subject of discussion in tho Coun
cils. President Dole denied that
anything he had said to Mr. Sewall
could bo construed into such a
meaning. Nevertheless, it is cortain
that Mr. Sewall congratulated sev
eral royalists on the news. Mean
time tho Star people are apologiz
ing to Mr. Sewall for their rocont
abuse of him, because they have
made a guess that he wrote a strong
annexationist letter to the New
York Sun. Fickle twinklert
It is learned that the Government
has paid Mr. Claus Spreckels back
the amount of his loans aggregating
$95,000 at his demand. Strange to
say, the Government organs do not
state the nature of the transactions
under which local capitalists havo
advanced the money for the purposo
mentioned. If it was through sales
of bonds without discount tho Gov
ernment is to be congratulated on
the manifestation of solid confidence.
But if, as it is reported, the money
is from taxes advanced by heavy
ratepayers, the matter is not one
calling for such jubilant boasting as
the organs are making. With such
a largo scoop out of the ordinary
revenue to pay old debts, how is tho
Government to provido for tho
ordinary public expenditures?
In a preliminary notice of tho
Low memoranda to tho Finance
Committee published in the Star,
we showed just how much authority
attached to the documont. That
was none whatever. Mr. Low or
any other expert employed by a
legislative committee has no stand
ing with the public, which has only
to do with the committee's report as
accepted by tho Legislature. The
case might bo different if there had
been a minority report, when tho
oxport's notes would possibly be of
use in strengthening the position
taken by ono side or the other. In
the case of the Finance Connnitteo
of tho Legislature of 1892, however,
the report is unanimous and its
findings are attested by the signa
tures of loading members of tho two
hostile parties. If anything had
been discovered by tho export which
discredited the administration of
the previous two years, does any
body with a particle of common
sense suppose that eithor Mr. Bald
win or Mr. Thurston would havo
connived at its suppression? Tho
publication of Mr. Low's rejected
stuff as tangible political material
is roally a downright insult to
Messrs. Baldwin and Thurston.
President Walker, to tho surprise if
not angor of many influential mem
bers of his party, appointed thoso
leaders of tho opposition on tho
committee, giving Mr. Baldwin tho
chairmanship. This he did with the
object of having every branch of tho
administration investigated thor
oughly. Every observer of tho
events of last session knows that the
Finance Committee performed its
work in no perfunctory manner, but
its members spared neither labor
nor time in making a most exhaus
tive examination of all tho public
accounts. Very little of Mr. Low's
criticisms appear in tho committoo's
roport aud still loss are thoy en
dorsed as Bhowiug eithor malfea
sance or lack of duo care on tho part
of officials responsible to tho public;.
Iu short, tho usefulness of tho ox
port ondod with tho drudgery of
adding up columns of figures for
As, howovor, tho Star has paraded
tho discarded moraorandn of Mr.
Low aa officially documentary evi
dence of corruption and misgovern
raeut uodor tho monarchy, it may bo
worth whilo replying in dotail to tho
principal statomonts contained in
tho precious documont so oagorly
rescued from tho oblivion of tho
sanitary sorvico dump. In doing so
wo adopt tho courso of citing official
authority against tho officious pro
duction of a temporary omployoo
unknown to tho public. For this
issuo wo tako tho oxport's roforonco
to tho Postal Buroau, and appond
an interview had with Mr. F. Wun
donborg, formerly Postniastor-Gon-oral,
which loaves nothing furthor to
bo said on this part of tho subject.
Mr. Low found tho books in "porfect
order," but tho balaucos "contrary
to tho first principles of bookkeep
ing." Ho also gave instances, ac
cording to tho Star, "as to whore a
protended power of attomoy figured
in a transaction of S250O and whore
an account of John F. Cramer with
the bank was 'doctored and fixed in
tho books.' " Oil thoso points Mr.
Wundonberg was questioned. Ho
replied to a question as to tho viola
tion of tho first principles of book
kooping in tho Post Office as fol
lows: "All stamps roquired for tho use
of tho Postal Buroau aro drawn from
tho treasury (whoro thoy aro deposit
ed for safe keeping), and when thus
received for issue aro charged to
Stamps Sales account (merchandise)
and credited to Stamp Stock account
(Finance .Department). J. ho balance
of stamps on hand must alwaj's show
equal to tho Cr. balance of stock and
the Dr. balance of sales. The method
was evidently too advanced for Low's
"His assertion that tho balances
are contrary to tho first principles of
bookkeeping, etc., show his utter in
competency as au export. For in
stance, tho balance of stamps stock,
as shown on page 15, P. M. G. report
1892, shows a Cr. balance of $29,
799.10 and represents the amount re
ceived in stamps by tho P. O. from
tho finance Department, which is
credited with said amount and of
course sales account debited with it.
This must bo cloar to any novice
and just why Mr. Low wishes ho
order reversed is simply incompre
hensible." "Wore tho books 'fixed' iu this re
spect?" "That question can best bo an
swered by comparing tho withdraw
als of stamps from tho treasury with
tho P. O. returns ill cash and bal
ances on hand, as verified by Mr.
Low himself, and any insinuation
like that of tho books being 'fixed'
is simply an attempt to injure those
who in tho faithful discharge of
their duties have a right to bo pro
tected from such libols, especially
when thoy are based on such ques
tionable authority as Mr. Low's ad
mittedly moagro and unsatisfactory
report. Moreover, tho 'corrections'
suggosted by Mr. Low woro not
adopted by the Finance Committee
to whom his report was made aud
he was subordinate. The sugges
tion that tho books wero fixed im
plies that it was either with tho
knowledge of that committee, of
which Hon. H. P. Baldwin was
chairman, or that thoy suppressed
"Rjht here, Mr. Logan, I would
point out a gross injustice to em
ployees of the Government through
the appointment by legislative com
mittees of would-be oyperts, who,
instead of confining themselves to
the legitimate duties assigned them,
write partisan reports, which in
many cases aro grossly unjust to em
ployees who aro powerless to defend
themselves. I would say that tho
present system of keeping tho ac
counts of the P. O. was inaugurated
by myself and Mr. A. B. Scrimgoour,
the bookkeeper of tho General P. O.
in 1886, and has been continued ever
since. In arriving at a practical
method tho advice, assistance and
suggestions of such men as Messrs.
J. O. Carter, J. A. Hassingor and R.
S. Scrimgoour wero solicited aud
obtained, in the face of which fact,
1 think, it is superfluous to comment
further, Mr. Low notwithstanding.
" What about tho Cramer matter
and the bogus power of attorney?"
"Tho Cramer matter was thor
oughly explained to Mr. Low, who
without having beon told by P. O.
employees would never havo known
anything about it. Tho books were
not 'doctored and fixed,' as stated
by Mr. Low. Cramer was on a sproo
and making frequent withdrawals
from his account in tho Savings
Bank, and late one afternoon ho pre
sented his pass book and requested
.?200. Tho clerk in charge made out
a cheque for $300, which Cramer
signed but was only paid 200. The
entry in tho pass book was for $300.
On Monday morning Cramer return
ed and protested. Tho clork in ques
tion then changed tho pass book
from $300 to S200 and also changed
tho choquo to $200, not-, however, till
after tho amount of tho first entry
had boon entered in the lodger.
Later on, tho matter was discovered,
tho ledger showing an ovordrawal of
$100, which tho clerk was made to
nay, being at tho same time prompt
ly dischargod from office. With
this narration of tho facts it will bo
soon that tho matter was brought to
Mr. Low's attention by tho P. O.
authorities and was not discovered
"Regarding tho 'protondod power
of attorney figuring in a $2500 tran
saction,' all 1 can say is I novor
heard of any jirotondod power of
attorney, The item probably rofors
to tho embezzlement case how bo
foro tho Court against a former om
nloyeo, which not having boon final
ly settled has no right to bo com
mented on or prejudged by tho
press, and certainly shows bad tasto,
to say the least, on tho part of Mr.
Low in offering for publication his
report, which was rejected by the
Finance Committee, of which Messrs,
Baldwin, Thurston and Macfarlano
"Why do ye no got niurriod, Jouk?'1
inquired a IjuikIIu'h wife of tho rmriali
"natural." "They wiy I'm daft," un
bwurud Jock, "but I'm no sue duft as
to do thut."
Stovons' "Christian Civilization."
In his addross to tho United States
public tho lato Minister Stovons has
furnished tho press of his country
with tho best possiblo proof of his
diplomatic dishonesty and it is safe
to predict that ho will find himself
badly gibbeted on this scaffold of
his own erection. What, for in
stance, could ho moan by reminding
tho frootnou of Amorica that "Alex
ander added to his dominions by
vast campaigns of slaughter and
ruin?" Or that "Groat Britain for a
contury has been augmenting her
territory in muia, in Jigypt anu in
other quarters of tho globo by tho
strength of hor arms, ofton at tho
groat cost ol blood?" rossiuiy jur.
Stevens had Sheridan's description
of Warron Hastings and tho East
India Company of a century ago bo
foro him, whoroin thoy woro truly
characterized as having "in their
boldest achievements tho meanness
of a pedlar and tho proiligaey of pi
rates." Such is tho character that Mr.
Stevens' action would justify some
Hawaiiau Burke or Sheridan in
placing on tho pago of American
Historj. Fortunatoly thoro is a
national conscience in tho United
Statos which considers it a crime to
rob an inoffonsivo and holpless peo
ple of its territory, and at present,
at 3113' rate, thoro is small comfort
to tho Hawaiiau land speculators
who urge tho adoption of a policy
of national piracy.
The ease with which a crank can
slide into most abhorrent blasphemy
is frequently illustrated in this let
tor, but lot ono phrase only bo
quoted. Ho says, "God and futuro
posterity will hold us Amoricau
people accountable for our manner
of using what has boon placed at
our command," which reminds ono
that tho bettor (diplomatic) sort of
Italian brigands aro noted for their
zeal in invoking tho help of a patron
saint who is ever on hand as a
special providence to aid any chance
of robbery "placed at our command."
Whou a man indulges iu tho pious
wheozo of calling on his deity for
backing, it is sure evidence that he
is beating the air and talking over
tho heads of tho logical to some sort
of mission audience who will believe
As a special pleader Mr. Stevens
betrays tho mock heroic infallibility
stylo of tho ox-proachor. Where ho
can't find his theme fit into tho
common souse grooves of reason or
honesty, ho has his "Plymouth'
Rock," or "Manifest Destiny." or
"Christian civilization" shibboleths.
Ho comes out in this address as a
man with no case, who in printing
his brief has not a statement at his
command that does not betray him.
If the prayer of tho Hawaiian nation
had been that its chief enemy might
"write a book," it has surely beon
Mr. Stovons' action here will be
used by the enlightened aud liberty
loving public men of America to
warn future diplomatic cranks, that
tho mission of tho United States is
to help tho smaller nations to work
out their own political salvation and
destiny on tho linos laid down in
tho Constitution aud Declaration of
Independence, and in this will con
sist "America's futuro crown of
ompiro and glory."
Politics in Sports.
Tho attempt to add tho local boat
clubs to the present political chaotic
heap is as typically Myrtle as is tho
domineering spirit which prompts
objection to tho day named by the
champion Hoalanis, simply because
it happens to bo Liliuokalani's birth
day. Must politics pervade every
thing, ovon to our sports? Tho Hea
lanis have, by right of conquest, tho
privilege of naming tho day on
which tho next race shall tako place,
and, surety, may tako the same
pleasure in exercising that right as
did the Myrtles prior to Oct. 8,
1892. Sinco tho latter club thought
Sept. 2 a "seasonable" enough claj'
then, why change now?
It is scarcely worth whilo sondimr
to tho United States for "Rules and
Regulations" which cannot possibly
govern disputes hore, as such dis
putes only arise from the oft quoted
"rag-chowiug" propensities of our
local "sports." Why not form a
Hawaiian Rowing Association to
regulate such matters as tho day on
which a race shall bo rowed, etc?
Tho Hoalanis have, if 1 am correctly
informed, expressed their desire to
form part of such an Association.
Why don't tho Myrtles join them?
Honolulu, Juno 2, 1893.
Trusts and Combinations
Aro unpopular. But there is ono
form of trust against which no ono
has anything to say. That is the
trust which tho public reposes iu
Hood's Sarsaparillu, aud tho best of
it is tho trust is fully justified by
tho merit of tho medicine. For, re
member, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Mr. Simkinf "Give me nkisn, Hob
by, and run mid toll your sister Jcui
ny I have brought her a box of choco
late." Hobby "Oil I when Mr. Dash
ing culls ho always gives the tweets
to mo and the kiss to Jenny."
A little girl was boing asked by hor
Sunday school teacher if she always
said her prayers, and if not, if sho
wasn't afraid to go to bed in tho dark.
"No, miss, I ui.i't," w.is tho reply,
"'cos I sleep in tho middle."
"How old nro you Juck?" "Huvon,"
"My I You mo gutting to bo quite ii
num." "Yes, I'll soon bo older than
my ptipu. Two years ago ho was six
limn us old uh me, and now ho isn't
much more than four times us old,"
A colored hoy, culled us u witness
boforo a courtiimrtiul, was naked by
tho judge-advocate if ho uiidurbtood
what mi oath wus. The witness re
plied "Yus, bull I I reckon I does,
i'tfo beon waitiu' ut tho officers' moos
most mx montliH."
Hood's Pills aro purely vogotablo,
and do not purge, pain or gripo,
Sold by all druggists.
Fine Job Printing ut 7w Bulletin Office,
How doos ho fool ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel thesa-ne way
August Flower tho Remody.
MowdooBhofGGl? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower tho Romody.
How does he feel? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How doos ho fool? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower tho Rem
edy. How does ho f oel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower tho
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
BOABD AND LODGING WANTED.
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locality preferred. Probably permanent.
Apply "1'. D.," Bulletin Oilice. 743-3t
Notice of Trade Mark.
THE OWNERSHIP OF THE NAME
"COLORADO" as applied to Mineral
Lubricating Oils, having been assigned to
the undersigned, a Corporation doing busi
ness under tho Laws of tho Hawaiian Is
lands, the public is hereby notified that such
nunie has been Registered in the Office of
tho Minister of tho Interior in a book pro
vided for tho purpose.
Dealers are cautioned against offering for
sale a Lubricating Oil under this name,
"The Colorado Oil," except that pur
chased through us.
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
307 Fort street, Honolulu.
June 1, 1803. 743 3t-24 It
IN AID OF THE FURNISHING FUND
for the Now Masonic Temple, the wives
of tho Free Masons of Honolulu will give a
series of Lunches and hold a sale of Fancy
Articles, at tho Arlington Dining Room on
Hotel Street, beginning MONDAY, Juno
0th, lasting until FRIDAY, Juno 9th, in
clusive, between the hours of 11:30 a.m.
and 2 o'clock p. m. Admission fee to
Lunch 50c. All are cordially invited.
By order of the COMMITTEE.
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 167 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Nearly opp. Eagle House.)
Omen Hours: 0 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and
7 to 0 r. M. 742-tf
Championsnip of the Hawaiian Islands
TO TAKE PLACE
Saturday Evening, June 10th.
THERE WILL UE A
Neck Tng-of-War Tournament
FOR CASH PRIZES.
Entries now onen to all comers.
Weight, 150 lbs. and not exceeding 100 lbs.
Golden Rule Bazaar
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
A Word about Our Baseball Supply
It is Full and Complete
Tho Prices Can't be Beat.
As hefnrc remarked our Optical Department
u Uh the assistance of the infallible KYE31K
TK 11 ioes steadily along, hut we have a uord
of warning fur those who TllIXK they will he
made to look more stylish by wearing glasses
talc Punch's advice and J)ON'T,'unlcss you
wear only the frames.
Gold, Nickel, Steel & Shell Frames In Stock
SOLE AGENT FOR
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Tho charm that keeps peace in every
Guitars from $4 Up !
Our Stationery Department is replete with
all Fashionable Society Papers.
Novels by every Htoamer. Also tho Latest
and Ueit Bound Books to suit all
agei at Publisher's Rates,
Music and Books Ordered by Every Steamer.
Don't forget that wo koop tho Best Assorted
Stock of Lawn Tennis Goods iu
Hawaiian JFL A(tS American
Legends & Myths of, the Hawaiian Islands
Jly His Lato .Majenty Knlakuua,
Bent to any address on receipt of f 2.715.
Daily Bulletin, 60 centt a month,
By Jae. P. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Forocloso and of Salo.
The salo hereunder advertised linn
boen postponed to BATURDAY, Juno 17th,
at tho Salesrooms of James F. Morgan, at
12 o'clock noon.
rOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
j.1 in pursuanco oi a rower oi baio con-
Honolulu, to Charlos R. Bishop and Sam
uel M. Damon, partners under the Arm
name of Bishop & Company, of said Hono
lulu, and recorded in Liber 139 at pages 200
to 270, tho said luortgngcos intonu to fore
close tho said mortgago, for condition
broken, to wit: tho non-payment of tho
principal and intorcst secured thereby
when dno. And notico is hereby further
given that, upon such foreclosure (and un
less said mortgago shall havo been sooner
paid), it is tho intention of said Mortgagees
to Bell tho property therein and thoroby
described and mortgaged, at Public Auc
tion, at tho auction rooms of .Tamos F.
Morgan, in said Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, tho 20th day of May, 1893, at 12
4W"For further particulars apply io C.
W. Ashford, Attorney for Mortgagees,
Merchant street, Honolulu.
BISHOP & CO., Mortgngocs.
THE PROPERTY TO HE 801.11 IS AS FOLLOWS:
1 All that certain tract of land contain
ing 30-100 acres at Kalawahlno, Honolulu,
aforesaid, convoyed to mo by Bishop &
Company, by deod recorded in the Hawai
ian Registry of Conveyances in Book 112,
2 All that tract of land containing 120
acres at Kcalakomo, Puna, Hawaii, con
voyed to mo by Wallohua and wife, by
deed recorded in Book 113, page 281, and
boing part of Royal Patont Grant 2a93 to
Konaaulanl ct al.
3 All that tract of land containing 110.74
acres at Manawai, Molokai, conveyed to
me by Hoopii Olcpau, by deed recordod in
Book 118, page 155, and being part of L. 0.
A. 4000 to Hoonaulu.
4 All that tract of land containing 4.20
acres at South Kona, Hawaii, convoyed to
mo by D. W. Kealalaina, by deed recorded
in hook izu, pago zui, anu ucmg too lanu
described in Royal Patent 5513, L. C. A.
5744 to Kaclcmakuln,
5 All that tract of land containing 27.500
square feet at Kapalama, Honolulu, afore
said, convoyed to me by Lau Chong, by
deed recorded in Book , pago , and
being part of Royal Patent 401, L. O. A.
8305 to Kanoa.
0 All that tract of land 150 by 150 feet,
being Lot 321, Block 0, at Pearl City, Ewa,
Oahu, convoyed to me by Oahu Railway it
Land Company, by deed recorded in Book
127, pago 288.
7 One sharoin Holualoa, 1 and 2 North
Kona, Hawaii, transferred to me and J. K.
Nahalo by Kaoiwi by deed recorded in
uook us, page 41.
8 All thoso lands conveyed to mo by Ke
alohn Kalua, by deed recorded in Book
130, page 190, and being a one-half interest
in tho land containing 130 acros described
in Royal Patent 5479, L. C. A. 749!J to Hi
Kaualoha at Kawanui 2, North Kona,
Hawaii, and all that land containing 49
acres described in Royal Patent Grant 1597
to Kalua at Kawanui 1, North Kona afore
said. 9 All that tract of land containing 00-100
acre at Kalihi, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by S. Kaaiui, by deed recorded
in Book 87. pago 409.
11 All that traot of land containg 30-100
acre at Kalihi, aforesaid, convoyed to me
by Komo, by deed recorded in Book 90,
11 Lots 0 and 11 at Kapalama, aforesaid,
being part of tho land conveyed to mo by
1'. Kanoa by deed recorded in Book 91,
page 353, and being part of Royal Patent
401, L. C. A. 8305 to Kanoa.
12 All of that tract of land containing
702 fathoms at Keawanui, Molokai, con
veyed to me by Kani Kancne, by deed ro
corded in Book 92. page 202, and being the
land described in Royal Patont 7G81, X. C.
A. 4823 to Kaailepo.
13 That certain lot on the Ewa side of
my new homestead at Kapalama aforesaid,
convoyed to mo by Lau Chong, by deed re
corded in Book 133, pago 12.
14 All that land conveyed to me by J.
Mahu by deed recorded m Book 115, page
88, being part of Royal Patent Grant 2893.
15 All that land containing 18-100 acre
at Kalawahino, Honolulu, aforesaid, con
veyed to me by Bila Kawaa, by deed re
corded in Book 107, page 125.
10 All those lands convoyed to me by
Chung Waa by deed Recorded in Book 111,
pago 242, being Apana 13 and 13A, each
containing 98-100 acre, more particularly
described in Partition Deed recorded in
Book 110, page 395.
17 AU thoso lands conveyed to mo by C.
M. Hyde and wife, by deed recordod in
Book 119, pago 324, being Apana 11 and
11A, each containing 98-UK) aerc, more par
ticularly described in said Partition Deed.
18 That certain lease of land containing
15,400 square feet at Kapalama aforesaid,
part of Royal Patent 401 to Kanoa, for 10
years from January 1, 1891, made to me by
Lau Chong end recorded in Book 128, pago
19 One buggy, one express, ono bay
horse, four carts, four harnesses, and four
horses used in my cartage business; one
half interest in S. K. Kaai it Company, all
olllco furniture iu my oilice No. 30, Mer
chant btreet, Honolulu, aforesaid, also 110
shares of stock in tho Reciprocity Sugar
Company, 30 shares in the Kona Coll'ce ifc
Fruit Company, 5 shares in the Ewa Plan
tation Company. 703-10t
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure
and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuanco of a Power of Sale con
tained in a certain Mortgage oxeuutod Feb
ruary 8th, 1890, by George W. Muefarlane
to Charles It. Bishop, recorded in Liber 123
at pages 135 to 137 of the Hawaiian Regis
try of Deeds, it is the intention of said
Mortgagee to foreclose said mortgage, for
conditions broken, to wit: for tho non-pav-ment
of principal and interest thereon when
due. And notice is further given that,
unon such foreclosure, it is the intention
of said Mortgagee to sell the proporty in
and by said mortgage eonveyed (unless the
amount secured Ity such mortgage shall
havo been fully paid) at Public Auction, at
the Salesroom of Jas. F. Morgan, in Hono
lulu, at 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY,
Miuouuuy ui June, iouj.
tW l'or further imi
0. W. Ashford, Attorney for the
gee, juoroiiani street, Honolulu
Dated this 1st day of May. 1MB.
CHARLES R. BISHOP,
THK PltQI'KnTY TO I)E HOLD AT T1IK BALI!
A1IOVE ADVJSnTISKI) AH FOLLOWH:
AH of thoso tracts of land situated on
Nuuanu, Hotel und Bethel streets, in
Honolulu, known as tho Booth property,
described as follows:
1 Survey of Lots 1, 2,3, 4, 5 and 0, com
mencing at an Iron spiko ut the north cor
ner of Lot No. 1. on Nuuanu street, 78.9
feet from tho south corner of Nuuanu und
Hotel streets, and running:
1 S. 33 38' E. true, 101,8 feet along
road through this property,
2-S. 59 00' W. true, 15.(1 feet along
3-N. 1 30' W. true, 4.4 feot along Gov
4-N. 20 30' W. true, 18 feet along Gov
5-N. 72 40' W. true, 29 feet along Gov
10-N. 21 30' W. truo, 31.7 feet ulong
U-N. 58 40' K. trim. 27.7 feet along
Nuuunu street to Initial point. Area,
8121 Hfiuuro feet.
2-Survoy of Lots 7,8,9,10,11 and 12,
coiiiiiieuciug ut the went corner of Hotel
and Bethel streets, und running:
1 H. 59 00' W. truo, 00.9 foot along
2-N. 33 :i8' W. true, 1)1 feet along road
through this niopurty,
3-N. 07 3V 15. truo, (kl.fl feet along the
"Linplro Lot," Junius Olds, to Hotel Hired,
, 4-8. 33 38' K. true, ffl.l feot along
Hotel utrcot to Initial lwlnt. Ana, 11160
bimwu feet, 7 10-lot,
0-N. (X) 00' E. truo, 1.5 feet along Beck
7 N. 30 10' W. true, 80 " "
8-8. 00 00' W. true, 1.5 " " '
()-N. 8 45' W. true. 13.(1 feet nlnni? ll.ir
f ' -"-"O--"-
THE ABOVE BEARDS OP EXTKA
Choice v Manila v Cigars
tm- ARE JUST TO HAND EX 8. S. "GAELIC." -
Those who appreciate a GOOD CIGrAK can now supply
$3.50 TO $5.00 PER HUNDRED.
HOLLISTEK & CO.,
5S3 Fort Street, - - - HohoIvlLvl, H. I.
Corner Ifort Ss
I beg to inform the Ladles that I have received a Large and Com
plete Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
ier Coinmenciug SATURDAY the 13th, -
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A-ci-vertiseci in. nay "Windo-ws !
I am offering Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
IMTarL-mfact-ULrers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
New Designs ! Very Choice Patterns I
8 Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "a
C"u.rta,in IMIeiterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts.,
RECENT JLR - Rl
128 DAYS FROM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Roche Harbor Lime, Powell DuiTryn Large Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado "
Ollendorff's Special Cano Manure, Ohlendorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel :R,a.ils, 14, 13, 18&20 Dos.;
BOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
BAGS Rico, Coal and Paddy;
WIRE Galvanized, Varnished, Black and Galvfinizod Barbed;
GAEDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
Ancliors sljclcL OlietirLS
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Titr, Iron Tanks, 400 gallon;
Plain and Corrugated Galvanized Iron.
Square and Arcli Fire Bricks, Down Pine,
Guttering, square and O. G. 4 to din.;
Ridging, Galvanized Water Pipe, from i to 2in. ;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Kino,
Wilden'H Charcoal Tin Plates,
Hoofing Slates, Fire OJay.
Higyin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
56 Found. Bags;
LIYKRPOOL COARflE SALT, 1121b bugs;
HAWAIIAN UOAKSI'f SALT, 1001b bags;
ROOK SALT, HODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BEDROOM 8KT8 IN MAPLi:, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH CHESTS OK DRAWERS. '
WRITING DlirilCS IN HOSKWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TABLES, Eta, Etc.
Frexioii Iron. Bedsteads !
FLHsTTS sin-cl OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OP SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
"d t t f "car
JTv. J I JL Vr JTX ,
... - Honoluln, H. L
- VJiJJL, "TAOORA"