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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Provisional Legislature Afternoon 8e'
slon. SECOND PAUC,
Wood Will Tell.
Y. M. 0. A. Quarter Century.
Ixical and General Items.
At the Opera Home, ,
Opium ami Vagrancy.
Joe the Slasher.
Posing of the Kinau.
Continuation Provisional I.egMrUure
Wedged to neither Sect nor Party,
But fatnblhhed for the lieneftt of All.
FRIDAY, AP1UL 20, 1894.
This is no time for the creatiou of
new officos for which thoru is no
necessity excepting to provide places
for needy political hacks.
Councillor Ena got rather to the
collar of Attorney-General Smith,
when he reminded him that ho had
si renuotisly worked, in the last Legis
lature, to reduce a salary that he
was now trying as hard to raise.
Consistency is beneath the concern
of the great minds of the P. O.
Instead of a secretary to be al
ways at headquarters for busiuess,
the Board of Kducatiou is going to
experiment with a clerk and inspec
tor. Tito result will probably be a
heavy drain on incidentals to keep
the books up, besides tho breeding
of confusion while the clerk is away
Outsido of everything provided
for in the Appropriation Act, the
Provisional Government has spent
on itself $22)1,1.8:) in fifteen mouths.
This is the tribute our revolutionary
rulers levy off tho taxpayers in de
fault of the public favor that, if
they were all that is claimed by and
for them, they should have earned
long ere this by wise administration.
Voting salaries for tho man in
stead of the position was a vice
strongly denounced iu the mon
archical Legislature by tho party
now in powor. Our reports of the
proceedings of tho Councils show
that the vicious practice has taken a
new aud stronger lease of life under
revolutionary rule. It is a pity Mr.
Kmmeluth has not more support iu
his revolt against the pampering of
In tho past week the debt of I In
waii was increased $."lfcJ.7f net.
Thus tho country is being rushed
merrily on to bankruptcy, while it is
proclaimed to the world that "the
best government tho islands ever
had" is iu power. Under the mon
archy six percent bonds were gen
erally at a premium. Now they go
at two percent discount. Capitalists
iu league with tho Government get
a present of fit) for overy thousand
dollurs they buy iu bonds.
From the extremely harsh anti
Chinese measure brought in by the
Kxocutivo a short while ago, from
which it iguomiuiously backed down
at the glimmer of tho Mongol teeth,
to the refusal of the Executive with
its sugar majority to-closo the door
against practically unlimited Chinese
immigration, iu the guise of "domes
tic servants," is a long leap. The
bone and sinew that gave our pres
ent rulers their commissions must be
congratulated (?) on the manner iu
which their will aud wishos are be
ing respected by their beneficiaries.
Matters at Circuit Chambers -Coming
Tho bankruptcy of S. Parker is
lAuUinued until the 4th of May.
In tho matter of J, K. Zablun, of
Lahaina, a bankrupt, nine credi
tors proved claims amounting to
$loTt'J.42, aud C. Dosse was elected
Judge Cooper has disallowed four
items iu bill of costs of respondent's
attornoy in the habeas corpus ca.se
of It. B. McGrew.
Tho accouuts of Raymond IteyeB,
guardian of Maohado minors, are
Hot urn day in Irene Brown vs. C.
A. Brown is postponed till to-morrow.
Julia Jesus Freitas is suing Joao
F. Souza for breach of promise. The
ease is for tho May jury term.
J. A. Maifoou summons Vee Kimr
Toug, otherwise tho Pauoa Cliiuoso
Cemetery Association, iu au eject
Tho Oahu Railway Ai Laud Com
pany has taken proceedings to re
cover a claim of JWHflWi against W.
L. Wilcox, and the Chief Justice is
cited as garnishee.
I recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Iialtn for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains aud swellings. There is no
better liniment made. I have sold
over 1(X) bottles of it this year anil
all were pleased who used ft. J. F,
Piersou, druggist. South Chicago,
111. It is for sale by all dealers.
Hensou, Smith A: Co,, Agents for the
Y. M. O. A. QUARTER CENTURY.
The Association Fitly Celebrates the
Y. M. C. A. hall was well filled
yesterday evening for tho quarter
coutouuial exorcises of the Associa
tion. Upon tho platform were! V.
C. Woecfon, vico-prosidout, in the
chair; ox-Governor Wells of Virgi
nia, U. S.; Chief Justice Judd, Rev.
O. P. Emerson, D. W. Corbott, gen
oral secretary; W. W. Hall, E. A.
Jones, C. J. Day and Miss Rhoads,
Among thoo present wore Revs.
Dr. Bingham, Dr. Hvdo, S. E. Bishop,
F. W. Damon anil I'sumishama, Jus
tico Frear, Goo Kim (Chinese com
mercial agent), Dr. Whitney, F. A.
Schaefer, J. B. Atherton, C. P. Iau
koa aud many other prominent rosi
deuts,together with n large number
of Indies and young people.
Au orchestra from tlio Govern
ment band, under the lead of Mr.
Naoue, gave an overturo and played
at intervals. Mr. Emerson offered
Mr. Corbett read his report for
tho past year. The Association had
helped strangers to boarding houses
and employment, but, owing to dull
ness in business, it had onlv secured
29 situations out of 1.10 applications.
On March HI tho membership was
274, a gain of 49. Reference was
made to the evening claso., with
instances of their usefulness. There
is a daily avorago attendance of 1W
at the reading room, which is sup
plied with the choicest magazines
and papers. Tho library contains
BOO books for circulation. It was
urged iu the report that the Asso
ciation should be made the brightest
spot in the city, ns a counter-attraction
to places where young men are
injured instead of benefited. The
secretary laid stress on tho main
purposes of tho Association, viz.,
to furnish a refuge amidst tempta
tions for young men and to Induce
them to live Christian lives. He
mentioned the different regular ser
vices maintained, which are more
particularly dealt with iu the devo
tional committee's report. A month
ly temperance concert had been at
tended by au average of 219 people.
In September a junior department
was organized, and a Sunday after
noon meeliug for boys is held.
Henry Waterhouse is thanked for a
gift of S7f) to buy books for the
boys. Tho report advocates tho con
struction of a gymnasium.
E. A. Jones, treasurer, reported
receipts of $1021M5o and expenditures
of 1017.117, leaving a balance of
C. J. Day presented the report tf
the devotional committee. Iu nine
distinct classes of services there was
a total of y.i7 held, or au average of
uoarly one a day, mid the total at
toudauco was 14,072. G. P. Castle,
W. C. Weodou and W. A. Boweu
hold M meetings at tho prison.
The attendance at Association Bible
classes had been disappointing in
uumbers. Complaint is made of luck
of aid from tho workers in maintain
ing tho Bethel mission. The boys'
meeting has had an average attend
ance of 28. Thanks are rendered to
the ladies who have played for the
meetings Miss Meuzer at the pri
son, Miss Hoppei at the barracks,
Mrs. S. M. Damon at Bethel missiuu,
Mrs. E. C. Damon at tho boys' meet
ings and. .Mini Rhouds at the praise
C. H. Ripley, president, being ab
sent, Ids report was read by tho
chairman. It spoke iu general'terms
of the Association's activities, ex
pressed satisfaction with the new
general secretary, anil staled the
ueedrt of the organization to make a
Governor Wells was called upon
as the substitute for Rev. Dr. Twom
bly, who had been unavoidably pre
vented from being present. On ris
ing tho speaker said it was not re
luctantly but gladly that he accepted
tho invitation to address them. He
had joined tint V. M. C. A. nearly
fifty years ago. The greatest mira
cle of Christ was himself and what
his name had accomplished iu the
world. More had been effected iu
evangelizing tho world iu the past
ten years than duriug tho first MM)
years from tho birth of tho Saviour.
.Sunday schools furnished more re
cruits than any other source for the
churches. The pastor of his church
at homo asked workers to meet him
ou a stated evening nud 400 respond
ed iu person. A majority of the
people of the world would to-day
declare that Jesus Christ is king.
Nothing so much impressed anybody
entering or leaving Washington ns
tho monument to tho "father of his
country," its summit more than fivo
huudrod feet high. Christ nud his
eleven friends raised a monument
nineteen hundred years ago iu tho
sacrament of tho Lord's supper
which is seen iu ovory laud to-day.
In rouchiug the spintunl uaturo of
people, nothing was so desirable as
simplicity. Christians should nk
God for auything they wanted, iu
tho simplest inuguago, if thoy wore
certain that the desire was innocent.
It was right to pray for a new shawl
or bonnet, as well as for tho saving
of a soul. Mr. Wells is a iluent
speaker aud he made a strong im
pression. Chiof Justice Judd, a charter
member, took tuo placo of Presideut
Dole, tho first president, kept home
by illtiess, iu delivering the reminis
cent address of tho evening. Tho
iuitinl meotiug was held at tho
Olympic hall, Nuunnu street, Fri
day, April .'10, 1WVJ. Those signing
tho roll at tho organization were the
following, all of whom had been
blessed with Iouk life, everv one of
them still alive:
Samuel N. Emerson,
Curtis J. Lyons,
P. C. Jones,
A. Francis Judd,
Sanford B. Dole,
Win. W. Hall,
S. W. Poguo,
T. R. Walker
Ho believed that
there wore so few
one reason why
iniiures iu lloiio-
lulu lay in the liiirh character and
integrity of its principal business
men. The comer stone of tho
building was laid Septembur 28,
1882. More than I2,000 had boon
subscribed for tho building before
hand. The building was dedicated
April 21, 1888, iu presence of a vory
large audience. His Majesty was
present with his staff. It was tho
speakor's honor to bo president nt
tho time. Tho total cost of the
building was ?18,9(W.7"), and at dedi
cation there was only $i:iU.2f debt
I on it. Tho ground cost J000. P.
C. Jones raised .$li00 for furnishing.
I It was not until they entered their
. own building that they employed a
' general secretary. Capt. J. Bray
was tue lirst, whose successors woro
Mr. Masou, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Peck
and Mr. Corbett, tho present incum
bent. Referring to a letter of greet
ing from Rev. F. W. Damon on be
half of tho Chinese Y. M. C. A.,
which had been reail by tho chair
man iu tho course of these exercises,
tho Chiof Justice said ho was
informed by tho presideut of tho
Board of Education that thoro
are moro than 500 Chinoso children
in our public schools. This Associ
ation had been emiuoutin providing
litorary entertainment for tho pub
lic, for instance iu getting lectures
from such men as Prof. Alex. Agas
slz and Prof. Wayland. Valuiblo
work had been done for temperance,
in originating petitions to tho Legis
lature and other ways. It had
maintained visitation of tho sick iu
hospital aud those iu prison.
Queen Emma hall was opened aud
for two years sustained nt tho ex
pense of this institution until it was
taken over by tho Unwaiiau Board.
Good work had been douo in the
evening chvscs. Ho had tho honor
of giving lectures in law there, aud
at least ono young lawyer hail ac
knowledged lie had obtained much
benefit therefrom. Mention was
made of tho value of the reading
room. Mr. Judd in closing said:
"Wo have made our record for tho
last 25 years. Let us make our re
cord for the next 25 years moro
glorious, aud when those who are
gray-haired pass off tho stago may
their places bo filled by you young
men with greater energy nud greater
At the close of tho exercises tho
largo assembly wns invited to tho
parlors nud reading room, where
there was served nn abundance for
all of ice cream and cake.
Socurod His Sorvicas.
Mr. V. O. Potter, crayon nud water-color
artist, who has been visit
iug the Islands for his health, has
made an engagement with Mr. J. J.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
iu ban rrnucisco was second to
none. Samples will bo ou exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
Tlio who never read the adver
tisements iu their newspapers miss
more than they presume. Jonathan
Kcuisoii, of Bolnu, Worth Co., (own,
who had been troubled with rheuma
tism in his back, arms nud shoulders
read an item iu his paper about how
n prominent German citizen of Ft.
Madison had been cured. Ho pro
cured tho same medicine, nud to use
his own words: "It cured mo right
up." Ho also says: "A neighbor
nud his wife wore both sick hi bed
with rheumatism. Their boy was
over to my house mid said they woro
so bad he had to do the cooking. 1
told him of Chamberlain's I'ain
Balm and how it had cured me, he
got n bottle aud it cured them up iu
a week. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islauds.
'po iiuy rou o."sni'ito.M twbnty.
X llf to Thirty TIioiimiiuI CiiiiwIIimI
One and Two tVnt Hawaiian l'otneo
Slump--old li.iie, h uro I m rued Mump
and present xMien In lurgu and miiuII
luantltlei.. All Htaiiiii mint he in pcr
fiMjt condition. 1 will pay the hlgheit ojIi
j'..vi-p ifi iirnvur "I OI!llllM,
A. V. OKA It,
WOXO WAH HOY HAS HOI.I) HIS
rice pluiitutiuii tit Wululiule. Ki
litu.iahu,tM Niiiik K(m,ii You, the mi!u In
cluding nil leii', iiiilMliH,e:iule,t ol,
etc. All ilulnift to dam of mv, April l.
IS'tl, II l.e-tlled hy Wong V, Hoy ut
J. A. Mugooil'n "llli-tf. lull-Ill
All kind In any uuntlty from a
bug to a ton.
From on.' hug to any iiiuntlty.
In l-ft. lenntln itml Bawod or Split,
from a Imj; to nny quantity; ulno
WHITE &HLACK SAND
i "Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki. : : : : Honolulu.
n tulier f7, iau.
liiiiuimr tlriire urh iilihfaihitmttt thlmji
iu hnelij fcrneru, iuiel, pure air, Oenr ten
wtiler, yuoiluiiil unit htmrnly tuniet hunt
out liefiire hit tje rirm rveniiiy liter the I'uch
pr umi the iliilnnt hilU uf Wiiiiume, I recum
iiieml htm ciiiiUidhi U, the "Ainn ibmel."
ItOllKllY I.Ol'S .STATiWWfM'.
T. A. SIMPSON,
.Xrt Mill A. Nil bT.
NVxl iluer Murt'lmlit's Kxitlmnpi.
New Goods and Latest Styles I
PKICFKCT FIT UUAHANTliKI).
AT 1'imlnmiirM khUiik addltlniml mills
will ifi'clvii it rudui'tliili ol fliuud fl.Klri
duutluu on punts, y.'l-aiu
BLOOD WILL TELL.
Tho Supreme Court Decides .a Ques
tion of Inheritance.
An interesting question of inhori
tance waa settled by tho Supremo
Court iu a decisiou briefly reported
yesterday. A woman was married
twice, having ono son by tho first
husband andthreo children by tho
second. Tho first son died leaving
issuo. Ono of tho threo childron of
llin on nn till tn a !, .... t..l
a sou who inherited laud from hor,
and this son died iu his father's lifo
limo. Then the father died. Tho
mother iu tho first iustauco and hor
two husbands had died in the moan
time. Juduo Cooper of tho 'Circuit
Court, in a docislon tiled on March
2, held that tho two surviving chil
dron by tho second marriage should
take nil of tho estate inherited, as
stated previously, by a father from
his iufaut son, and that tho issuo of
tho son of tho half blood by tho first
marriage tako nothing. This deci
sion was mado undor tho provision
of tho statute that tho childron of
tho half blood inherit equally with
thoso of tho whole blood of tho
samo degree, provided that, whore
tho estate catno to tho intestate by
descent from sotnoouo of his ances
tors, all thoso who are not of tho
blood of such intestate shall not iu
horit. Tho decision of tho Circuit Court
reverses tho decision of Judge Coop
er, holding Hint the children of tho
son by tho first marriage are of tho
blood of tho child of their father's
half brother. Mr. Magoou fought
tho case for the ultimato winners,
boing opposed by Mr. Hartwoll.
Tho case caused much interest in
A TEASPOON FUL OF
4y mak of Cramp
iihe, SiomocK, or
0rSHe ovthcre tyaruuh.
TUB AOKNT'Y KOH
18 WITH THi:
'Tni 1 1 mi n
BQ3 Fort Stttt,
Whore this Invnluiiliiit hou-phnld ruiiidy
limy hu ohtslnrd hy thu
BOTTLE, DOZKX or GKOSS.
We have ulno tint l.urKfnt iHock of
Toilet Articles am.
To ho found In the Hawaiian Inland.
The Tnguwn Coal Mine ih
located in Fnknoka Ken in
the Island of Kinshui, Japan,
and wan discovered about
twenty years ago. It was
owned by tho government
and mined simply for the
Great improvements, how
ever, were made sinee it was
sold to a corporation about
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope aud America.
Tagawa Coal is used more
than all other Japanese coals
in the following countries:
China, Manila aud Strait's
Settlements. It has found
its way even to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Islands recently, and it has
no superior in this market as
stove or steam coal.
G. E. UO A RDM-AN,
Sole Agent for Iv. Ogura &
jT"" t jf Ji
II I I I
Hawaiian HRrflware Go., L'd
Saturday, April J4, 1894.
The papers from the United
States received by the "Mari
posa" contained more news of
a bloodthirsty character than
has been read here in a de
cade. From all parts of the
world came accounts of dis
content, uprisings and blood
shed. From California to
Maine regiments of the un
employed are. forming and
marching to Washington for
the purpose of placing their
grievances before Congress.
Never, perhaps, in the history
of the Great Republic has
there been such a demand by
labor on capital. Can anyone
see the ultimate result ? The
increased population in the
United States has placed the
bread-winner in excess of the
demand; there are not enough
places to go around. In the
mining districts men have been
thrown out of employment
through national legislation;
in the manufacturing districts i
overproduction during the past
year has been the cause of
mills closing down and throw
ing the operatives out of em
ployment. Poverty begets
crime, anarchy and socialism.
The anarchist war cloud that
has hung for years like a pall
over litirope has separated
and a portion of it casts a grim
shadow over the Western
Hemisphere. The laws of na
ture are more oppressive to
the poor man than the laws of
government, and with the ra
pidly increasing numbers to
the unemployed something
must explode. Public im
provements must begin so
that work may be given the
idle and willing workmen or a
bloody war must follow, not
one of supremacy in politics but
a rebellion with the poor on
one side and the wealthy on
the other. What a blest place
is Hawaii! an oasis in the
desert of strife. Having few
has not thrown men on the
streets; being far away from
the main land it does not pre
sent the same attraction to the
wanderers who do only
enough work to keep body
and soul together, and being
free from that class of society
we are less liable to the trou
ble which usually follows their
arrival in a community. An
other and more probable rea
son for the existence of peace
in Hawaii is the fact that we
sell goods to meet the condi
tion of the times.
Everyone needs a stove but
the trouble has always been in
the price. It was not until we
appeared on the scene that the
price of stoves and kitchen
utensils were brought down
within the reach of the man of
small or even moderate means.
The celebrated "Pansy" stove
costs less money, burns less
fuel and will last longer than
any other stove in the market.
The low price of sugar in
creases the demand for a
strong fence for little money.
The Jones Locked is pre-eminently
the best for people who
have land and who wish a
fence strong enough to keep
in cattle. Eight cents for a
steel stay and five washers is
just half what you will have to
pay for a redwood post. The
stay and washers will outlast a
half dozen posts and your
fence will be stronger and will
never sag. A sample order
will please us and convince
you as to the correctness of
In the matter of Table Cut
lery we believe we stand in the
front rank of dealers in this
country. Our aim is, aud has
been always, to secure the best
article procurable. We have
been successful in this and for
that reason people who want
cutlery come here to get it.
No better steel is made than
is found in our table knives.
The price well that is insigni
ficant too utterly small to
consider as an obstacle in the
way of everyone having good
knives at the table. Silver
plated ware, spoons and forks
are as prominent with us as
any other line we carry, and
we get the best.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
35- FOR FOUR WEEKS -?3
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marblotop Wash Stands,
Marble! op Dressing Tables,
Scotch Gliosis of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Kattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vasos,
Koyal Worcester Tea Sols,
Dinner Sets, Tea Rots,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
EtO., HJtO., EtO.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
PATIIVTIII) UN-IUIlt Till: I..VWH OK TUB HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
rpilK tJNDBKSIMNKI) IIAVK HICKS AlM'OINTKl) SOLE AUKNTri l-'Oll
x ( tliUM SiiiiKDDKHH umi ii iv imw iii)inriMl to rt'i'uivo onliw.
The jrro.it lulvuntiiKc to l.o tlirivnl fmm tin iifo of tlio National Cank
MiniKiiiiKit inn tluimiiKhly oMiiililiHhoil itml uoktiowlulKoil lv I'liiiiior
Tliolurito niiiiiliiiriif IM.mtow uhI.ijj tlium in tlio Unlioi! ,Sttiton, Culm.
Arjrontiiii) Ui'iMilillo, I'oru, Aiintr.illii umi oImiwIiito, tut.ir witucim to tlio
Tlio in.0 of tho Siiiikdiikii vory lurj;oly uiiKiiionto tho nimnlltv of miiu
tho mill omi uriml (2S to ."it),), uIm. tho oxtraoiion of juioo (o to i).
It J it grout, mifoi'iiititl, nniking known ut onco tho proi-oneo of any
piece of iion, ntiikon from o.iik, or unj thlnjr wlijoli wonltl ho liuhlo to itiiiiiuj;i
tho mill, itml ullmviiij! iimpld tiino to lomovo mono hofont ilitmujrinis' tlio mill.
I'liu SlliiKiniKit Im vory ctronjrly m.iilo, ami from f lit mannorof iu iipi-rii-lion
it outH or tours thoi-e piooon of wo or iron without oftmi hroiikinjr thu
SiiitijDiiKu; umi if uiiyiliiiif,' Im-aku, it i (-imply 1,01110 of thu knivt-s or outturn,
wliioli can ho iiuiukly and oonnnniioally ropWnl. Tho Siihkiiiikii, hh iu
inline iniliouioH, iern tho onno into Klirnlx of vuryinjr lonjrtliH, poifootly opon
inj; it anil allow ini! tho mill to tlii)rouhly jiroeH out tho juice without ro
iiiirinj; the imuiom-o oMra powor iiPCfwury to jrriml or cruch tlio whole
citno. Thu riniiKi)ii:ii uproail the lireililel cano uniformly ami evenly to
tho mill roll, ami dnon away with tho nitxtHily of njircmlinj tlio hajjitfte hv
mini hi-tweon tho mills, whoro rojrriinliiij; in iu uxo. No groator amount o'f
iMiilor capacity la rciuircd to operate the Kiiiikihikk than that which wm
millioiont fur tin- mill, for tho uhovo roanm. Wo fnriilr.li full workinjj
drawing, for the iiiKtullntinu of our Shiikiuikiih, enabling itnv competent en
gineer 10 Mieeobufully nibtiill aud atari thum.
Iu ordering Hiiiikiiiikuh from iih, plcaco oud muU sketch, showing the
ilimnotor and width of t ho mill rolls with which KiiiikMikk in to ho connected,
1110 tho ido (either right or left hand as you faro t' . delivery bido of the
mill), upon which the mill engine U located, ulno the height from Hour lino
to center of front mill roll shaft, aud dii-tunco center this shaft to front end
of hod plate. Thoi-o .Siiiiuddkuh are now lioiujr in-od hy tho Kilo .Sugar (Jo.
and llawi Mill, Kohala, whoro limy are giving groat satisfaction.
1 neon umi luriner particulars
r 1 1
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Import and Sell Wholesale and
- -AM. KINDS tr
FINE C J (JARS
Ol'lt STOCK IS 1 OMI'l.KTi:.
V ulno Mill riilitlllilf III tlu
,.-'!!:" "' trtiesiiHiiiii i'iiiiiit ut
I on itml .Mrit'limii iri-vt.
may he had hy applying to
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
liilf Aiirntt fur the Ifniniltnn Itlinut.
In tho Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islauds.
IN TUB MATTBIt OK TUB BSTATB
JL ol .Maria O'Sulllvaii, lute of Honolulu,
Oahu, lUffiiM-il li'stiito. On ruuillng nnil
lllmg tin' petition of Alirulmm Biirnuiiiluz
of mlil Honolulu, iixeuntor of tlio will of
I wilil U'Mine, praying for mi order of mile of
real ijstuto InilimgliiK to biilil ilfvcnwd, ami
alli-gliig tlmt t lit. roiil i-Mntu of ciilil tontntrix
, Is us follows: Parcel of luiiil,.hointu and
illiur iiuiirovuiiifiits, being tlio family
I Iiiiiiiu-iIouiI nt Knlllil, nmlu pleeu of luuil ut
Kitlioliilnu ui'iir O11I111 J'rUnn, both of which
Mild luiiitinrohltimte In Honolulu, Inland
of Oiilin, and Mining forth curtain legal
icilsoii'wliy micliiciileitiitiihlinulil bo hold,
In wit: l"Milllc'U'iiy of tlio perfounltv to
nxtltiguMi tlio ilelitx of wild ttutu. 'It Is
hereby unit red, tlmt thu heirs of suiil u.
t ci'iixi'il uud nil or' nn Interested hi the
Mild oMiitu, appfiir liufora till Court 1111
.MONDAY, thu 11th ,lii of Muy, A. 1).
IMII. at lUo'eloek , ., ut Ihu Court Uooin
I of ihln Court, hi Honolulu, Oahu, tliei'
and lliem to cIiiia i-uiiMi why un order
nliould not b granted for thu sale of mihIi
Dated Hi lulu, H. I., April 13, leitl.
llv Ihu Court:
Hi). Ut OBO. M'CAS, Clerk.
V 10 thu Unite of h. ivhrlleh.u bunk,
rupi.aie hereh) reiiieiud to make Inline.
'','!'" 'I";1"!,"1 .'." ,.11" nnderxlKiied nt thu
olllee of II. Iluiikfu.d A Co.. Honolulu.
J. I. IIACKMII.II,
AIKiihi of H. Khrlleh, Jhniltrupl.
Hniiolulu. April l, lvi. lnll-,'il
Jin ry tltwtiptfan nJOIt I'lllXTIXU
1 ifW 11 the llnltilin Oillve,