Newspaper Page Text
y. v .jr"-" . r 'rWspr"rT,iy V
'- rtfi; T1'J
WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Cedarvllle Sketches, by Ralph Turner.
SECOND PA (IK.
Arrival of the Australia.
Juvenile Sllngshuoter Kieml.
It's a lteauty.
Ixx;al and General Item.
I .ate Foreign Newi. per S. 8.
The I'lantor Wins the Race.
Dispute Over Famoani.
The Hula Show.
Admiral Walker Complain.
Manifest Destiny Talk.
Opium for Moloknl.
His Tenner Cost Him f 13.
There f No Answer.
Continuation of Cedarvllle Sketches
ft)u JUuhi gwUftin.
I'lrdged to neither Sect nor I'urty,
Hut Etlablhhrd for the lienrfit of All.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 18W.
From beneath grandfather's hat,
now bleaching in Califoraia, conies
tho dishonest squeak, "Let us seize
Hawaii before anybody olso does."
If Presidont Cleveland intends to
occupy Pearl harbor ami establish a
protectorate, tho protection to bo
n Horded will likoly bo of the Hawai
iuu people. Tha policy of "hands
oil" Hawaii's internal affairs could
not be decently adopted now by
Cleveland's administration without
first restoring government by tin
Americans who have been holding
back from registering until they
should get oillcial assurance that
they could hold allegiance to two
national governments at once will
have to "go it blind" now if t hoy
register. Perhaps the Uuited States
Government wants to lose them
when it will not give them any satis
ARRIVAL OF THE AUSTRALIA.
Sho Bring an Intorosting Lot of
The S.S.Australia, H. C. Houd
letto commander, arrived this morn
iug. She left San Francisco on April
14 at 1 1. m., with :m caiii'i nitu (
steerage passengers and 21
mails. Purser McComho rei
i reports ex
periencing fine weather throughout
Those who boarded the Australia
this morning would have noticed the
smoking and lounging room locked
up and a number of Portugueie
men, women and children Inside.
Inquiry elicited the information that
they were consigned to plantations,
eight going to Spreckelsville planta
tion, four to M. S. Griubaum ti Co..
and tho remaining twelve to Hawaii.
The.io people will not be lauded un
til arrangements for their transpor
tation are effected.
A fine big bar horse in a stall near
tho stem of the steamer attracted
the attention of local horsemen.
Tho animal is the property of Win.
Among tho passougurs this morn
ing, besides tho kamuaiiias, win
Baroness von Koyserkingk, a Rus
sian lady and a member of the Ray
mond k Whitcomb party. She
comes on a brief visit ami should
hlio feel inclined will return ou tin
through boat, S. S. Alameda.
L. A. Thurston, wifo and child
were among the promiiieut passen
gers ou the Australia. When asked
as to what tho news was, he replied
by wiggling his fingers. Mr. Thurs
ton looks well and so does tho fam
ily. His mother is of the party.
Tho groceries have all been ordered,
so says tho Star.
W. Porter Boyd, U. S. Vice-Con-sul-Gonoral,
and Mrs. Hoyd, nee
Vida, returned on tho S. S. Australia
accompanied by Mrs. Boyd's younger
brother. Willie Vida. The couple
look well after their prolonged visit
to Mr. Boyd's homo in the foist.
They were welcomed home by tlioir
Cecil Brown, Mrs. W. E. Poster,
R. Halstead, L. C. Abies, Miss Wide
maun, and "Sammy" Loulssoii are
amoug tho returning kamaaiuat.
The steamer brought seventy-six
steerage passengers, uearly all
Ton Hawaiian Mormons returned
from the Utah settlements. The
leader of tho party is Kekauoha, an
elderly native. This party left hero
in 181)0 and suffered Lunger at tho
Mormon settlement, and. asked how
they managed to get home, they
answered it was by providence.
Times are very bard at the settle
ment. Juvenilo Sling-shooter Fined.
The little boy with the sling shot
is again around. Frank Costa, a
Portuguese boy, was tho hanpy pos
sessor of one ou Thursday last, and
to test his marksmanship firod a
shot at a ualivo boy. The shot look
the mark in the eye aud Costa was
arrrested for assault aud battery.
Ho was brought before the District
Court this morning and found guilty
us charged. Ho was sentenced to
pay a fine of $f aud ftMK) costs.
Our bettor halves say they could
not keep house without Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It is used in
more than half tho homes in Leeds.
Sims Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows
the esteem in which that remedy is
hold whore it has been sold for years
ami is well known. Mothers have
learned that there is nothing so good
for colds, croup and whooping
cough, that it cures these ailmunts
quickly and permanently, and that
it Is pleasant and safe for children
to take. 2ft anil 50 cent bottles for
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
A: Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
POSSIBLY A PROTECTORATE.
If Other Nations Object to tho Taking
of Poarl Harbor.
Washington', April II. -The now
Hawaiian program of tho Adminis
tration means tho establishment of
a protectorate over the island'. De
finite and trustworthy infoiinntiuii
on tho subject has been obtained.
Tho full oiled of the President's
intention will not be put in force
immediately. For the present tho
locating of a coaling station in Pearl
river harbor is tho limit to which
the Administration will go. The
special and immediate duly of Ad
miral Walker in the Pacific i to
complete preparations for locating
His instructions direct him tt
communicate the intentions of the
Administration to .Minister Willis
audio co-operate with that ollieial
in speedily bringing about the ob
ject in view.
Admiral Walker will reach Hono
lulu about the middle of next wei-k.
He has authority to live on lioro
instead of on board the llagship
Philadelphia. It is impossible to
say how long Minister Willis an 1
his naval adviser will be engaged in
A remark made bv Admiral Wal
ker to friends ou tie day of his
departure from Washington may be
of significance in the pri-uiNo. Mud
Admiral Walker at tint time:
"While the business before me is of
an important nature I hae no doubt
I shall be back in V?ihingl'ti in
the early fall. l)th President Cleve
land and Secretarv (Jre-lrim have
known for some lime thai tie ir ef
forts at monarchical re.storati.ni in
Hawaii have brought about condi
tions in that country which an
detrimental if not actually threaten
ing to the prestige of the United
The scheming of l.illiiokaloui, the
intrigues of ICuglaielaud thedi-igus
of the Governments of Japan ami
China were reported to ."--Cretan
Gresham by Minister tHi. full
six weeks ago. Mr. Willis pointed
out clearh and emphatically that
the conditions in Hawaii unfavora
ble to the iiitere-t-. .if this country
made prompt ami ligoroii measures
necessary, lie said that in addition
to lhi well-known cupidity of I'lug
laud, the Governments of lapau and
China, at the insulation of their
subjects in Hawaii, had Iceoiue
ambitious for defined rights of suf
frage and other r tuition m the
islands. It was tloiight ni impio
hahle liy Mr. Willis that the up
proachiiig May election- in Hunan
would be the occasion for the actual
demonstration ol the real tleigii ol
these foreign count lies.
Despite these facts Mini to luinul
edge of the importance of prompt
ami active step in the premises the
Administration has faih:d to take
any measure to meet iliecoud'liou
confronting it until now. The pres
ent intention of the Ailininisliaiioii
is to locate a coaling station in I '.nil
This flop if. to be taken under a
giant contained in (he II. own .in
treaty of Is7, winch gixesthc L'ni'eil
States the exclusive rijjht to estab
lish and maintain on the island of
O'lhu a coaling and repair sta'iiui
for the ii:o of its vesei.. The treaty
expires by limitation in November.'
President Cleveland and Seeieiary
Ure.sham believe that as nou as it
becomes known to England, China ,
and Japan thai this country is to es
tablish ami maintain a repa.rhtatiou
on Pearl river for the line of its ves- '
sols these countries will raise so j
many objections to the execution of '
the program that tho declaration of '
n protectorate will be necessary nud '
Presumably the object of the Ad
ministration in not Iratikly making
k. own its real puiposo in 'Hawaii is
to avoid public criticism. Censure
in the Semite and ou the lluor of the
House is particularly (headed, il is
iommi:st uv tiii: ciiiioNiii.i:.
The San Francisco Chronicle, re
ferriug to the foiegoiug despatch, '
regard.sthe Pearl harbor alleged poli
cy as an attempt to divert attention ,
from ''the gigantic blunder" or the
administration, in connect ion with ,
the proposed overthrow of the Pro-
visional Government aud the res '
toratiou of Liliuokalaui, and con- I
"Surveys have shown that at Pearl '
river a harbor would literally have
to be made by blasting out the coral
reefs which g'uard the UMiiih of the
river and by dredging inside I lie
reefs to obtain sullicieiit water for
deep draught vessels. What the
cost of this would be cannot be said,
but whatever it tught be it would be
only a drop in the bucket as com
pared witli the fortifying of the liar
bor, which would have to be done to
make it into a naval slat ion. If the
Uuited States really needs Pearl
river harbor, l ho cost of it should
not cut any figure; but if its cession
and occupation be intended merely
to keep the Cleveland Administra
tion out of a dilemma, tin best
thing to do is to let it alone."
i:x rni:siii:NT iiahuison wants it.uh. ,
Ex I'lesident llarriviu made ;i
speech at a reception given to him
at the I'uiou League Club rooms
iu San Frnuci-.co. Among other
tiling's lie said:
"I believe it is worth our while to
build a navy and mcidentallv a coal
ing station within easy reach of our
country somewhere in (lie Pacific.
I don't want to annex I In- world,
nud I have not been much of an
annexationist, but when I find a
spot which must be ti.'o'ii by us or
some one else, theiebv seeming a
station of the utmost iuiut'iuee Im
tho.Unitcd States. I say lei u& take
Kill! I'Vh'lnl! lI.M!.!ii WIIMi
inn his r.v'i. 'ii ii : i.i i. i o
mil II Ulir .Menu u- m -l. i N M V
lliille, iihiun lii-iit-i hi n iiuiii i. ii i .ill
hultuu. iuu a
st. anuhkw's catukdrai..
Fourth Sunday after faster. The
services of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will be as follows: (boO a. in., Holy
Communion; 11 a. m., Matins and
sermon; !!.;!() p. in, Kvonsotig (Ha
waiian); 7:.'tO p. in., livensong aud
.SKI ONI) CONOtmOATION.
Tin sen ices of the Second Con
ureiintioii of St Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow (Sunday) will bo as fol
lows; '.iji;, a. m., morning prayer
with ormmi; l:;l(l p
At (5 aud 7 o'clock 11.111. Low Masses i
as usual. At St o'clock Children's
Mass witli English instruction. At
1 (MO High Mass with uativo and
Portuguese instruction. 2 p. m.,
Rosary aud Catechism. -I p. in., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), hliO p. in., in summer season
U'ebruarv to November), Benedic
tion of I fie M. 15. Sacrament. Week
ly Son Ices--0 and 7 a. m., Low
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Kimd.iv. 1 1 a. m.. services in Oahu
Jail; 1:1. p. in., services in Barracks;
::.'5U i. in., Bible Studv in Y. M.C.A.
t:.iu p. in., mine imiy in . u. u. t.
tii.'l'l p. in., Gospel Praiso Servico in
Y. M. C. A. .Tuesday. 7:M p. m.,
prayer meeting at Y.M. C. A. Ser-
i vices in isethel street hall at r.M
i p. m. Saturday.
The Reorgani.ed Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
huii Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vice will be held Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 1 1 : 1 r a. in. and
"ritli p. m., preaching, bv Elder J,
SKVLNril II VV ADVI.NTISTS.
Seventh Dav Adventisl Church,
corner I'uiichliowl and Buretuuia
street, ju (5. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, l:!U)j social meeting af
ter .Vilibath .school. Iltlilo reading'
eery Sunday evening. Everyone
n:TtiAi. c.Mos riu.'Rcii,
Sunday School at H:lfi a. in. Pub
lie W r.-'hip at II a.m. and 7:1)0 p.m.
The Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor will meet at
drill) p. m. All are cordially invited
to these erices.
Of Hood's Sarsnparilln is always
within (lie bounds of reason because
it is true: -It always appeals to the
sober common ciiroof thinking peo
ple liei-aue it is true; ami it is al
ways fully Mibstaniiaod by endorse
ment which in the financial world
wuii 1. 1 e accepted without a moment'.-
Hood's Pills run liver ills, const!
p. ii mil. biliousness, jaundice, sick
In adachc, indige-tion.
linn mtm t mmtm
Tliis Evening !
HAWAIIAN leit A HOUSE ;
Saturday, April 21st.
ONE OF AMERICA'S BEST. '
Saturday Evening, April 2M:
Monday, April 23il:
I-' re le ii'U Itrytun'i, M.iMrrpltvii
Wednesday, April 25tli:
'I lie Ilrlllhint hoi'lt-n Drama
" FORGET-ME NOT."
ra- so pi.ws i:i:i'i:.'rr.i -m
COo., 75c. & $1.
tet A'lvuiirc .""iilc lit U.I. l,-vto 'ctinrt'.
Do lint l)i' fooled (his
yoiir, the owners and
IrtiiiKTs, i;f liiH5 htnek
blioiibl Imvf tlio vvyy ht'sit
ittnlily of rood for thuir
hor.scs. The only place
for Kiii'h is the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tr- rm.i.riioNi i.m -i
DELIVFHY TO TIIK PARK EVERY DAY.
Oii'itr. iV Waueiiousk:
C'tH'iii'i' (iiei'ii and Nimaim
.1 A'iiiia o CunhiHTriul Pi-iiiliny
pruiiifillti eutulrii ill lnu rnlt at the
Hull' tin ,'' d.
Well-known Euullsh Comedy
for This Evening's Bill.
As a concluding bill to their in
itial week's roportoire. the Dailey
Company will present the over ac
coptablo comedy creation, "Pink
Dominoes." Tho play is not new
but contains numberless ludicrous
situations aud a dialogue brilliant
with unctuous comedy repartee. It
was from this staple creation that
Hoyt wrote tho reigning American
f.ircn. "A Trio in Chinatown." evon
in., Kvonsotig broadening on the lines Either con
1 contioti in tho hands of othor than
artists who thoroughly nppreciato
Iho nutkor's intended inflection
ol the Ingush language inigni
bo considered suggested, but con
siderable meritorious dramatic mato
rial has beon so destroyed. Tho
play has Immju most happily cast and
the sale of seats is very large.
It's a Beauty.
Tho proposed now constitution of
Hawaii, from a democratic point of
view, is a beauty Tho President,
Vico-Presidont and Executive Couu
cil are to appoint the members of
the upper houso of the leuislattiro.
The Kxccutivo Council and tho Sen
ators, thus appointed, are to choose
tho members of tho lowor house.
Tho people do not seoin to have
been provided for, but it is not
thought that they will bo entirely
overlooked. It is generally believed
that thoy will still bo permit tod to
pay tho taxes. S. F. Ettimlnrr.
TEASPOON FUL OF
m ,r- r" I
rN 4& in a tittle
AHV flfUV Jtfnrob
A Hie SlomacK, or
orSale cvc'-hr0 kjfrujjiU.
tub a(ii:ncy I'Olt
18 WITH TIIK
Holfeter Drag Co., L'd
B83 Foi't, Straoit,
U'lieri- thin liivnliuilile lioux'uliolil reimily
may bo obmlniil liy the
BOTTLE, DOZEN or GROSS.
Wo tut to nlito the I.urneht .StiMik of
To lit) tounil In thf Hnwiillan luliunla.
The Tarawa. Coal Mine its
located in FnUuokti Ken in
the Inland of Kiimhiii, Japan,
and wan discovered about
twenty years ago. It was
owned by the government
and mined Nimnlv for the
i government's use.
I Great improvements, how
, ever, were made since 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 nud 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.
(i. K. HO Alii) MAN,
for K. Ogurn &
iiiliu Hirfware Gil. 1ii
Saturday, April 21, 1894.
A really good French cook
in the United States commands
a higher salary than a Cabinet
officer, but it is doubtful if the
latter would change places.
There are a few hiirh-priced
cooks in Honolulu and if you
tnuusc iu uuiuer auout asKing
them you will learn that they
get their knives for cutting
meat in the kitchen from us.
We sell the genuine French
Cook Knives, made in France
of specially selected steel and
shaped like a stage dagger.
The knife is not an elaborate
affair, just a plain finished knife
made for service.
We have other knives, bread
and carvers, for the table, fine
ones, both as to quality and
finish. A good carving knife
is as necessary as good dishes,
perhaps more so because tough
beef can be made to appear
tender by the use of a sharp
We have some toilet sets,
genuine English ware that
should attract the attention of
anyone if only by the price we
' ask for them. They are made
; in "up to date" shapes and the
decorations are anything rather
than gaudy. The sets have
1 seven pieces and go to you at
'about half their value.
I By the "Alden Hesse" we
i received a quantity of lamus
suitable for stores, lanais or
kitchens. They are larger than
the ordinary Rochester and
smaller than the mammoth
lamp. For any purpose where
considerable light , is wanted
we know of nothing better
than one of these lamps. The
I finish of the fount is equal to
, the best quality hanging lamp
! and the burner is the best
I made by the celebrated Ro
chester Lamp Co. The price,
well, the price will surprise
We have lately added to
J our slock some very hand.
I some wrought iron affairs in
the Piano Lamo line, lust
why they should be called
"phmo" lamps when they are
in reality the best shape made
for reading purposes is like a
Dundreary riddle, "something
no fellow can find out." And
the advantage a piano lamp
made of wrought iron has over
one of polished metal is in the
fact that it will not tarnish. Of
course, with people who have
lots of time, there is no mate
rial difference; they can keep
it rubbed up at all times and a
bright metal lamp under their
faithful ministrations will never
grow dull. We have then to
please all classes, the busy and
the idle, you pay your' money
and make your own selection.
Our stock of parlor and library
hanging lamps is not to be
sneezed at either; we have
selected the best d:sins from
the best makers, and the
burner, the comforting and
discomforting thing about a
lamp, is selected with unusual
care. When you buy a lamp
from us you get what is recog
nized, wherever lamps are
used, as the very best that
"When the spring time
comes, gentle Annie," it is
time to get out and hustle
with the plants. To use one's
fingers to stir up the dirt is
folly when you can get a set
of garden tools for almost
nothing. The last sets we re
ceivod are better than those
we have always handled and
don't cost you any more; they
are rather lighter weight than
formerly, better adapted to the
person who gardens for health,
but the strength of the tools is
Disston's Saws with us are
as prominent as any of our
other goods, and we usually
keep all sizes and styles. We
have an abundance in stock
now from the ordinary keyhole
saw to the Great American, 7
feet long. Disston's have been
the standard in saws for many
years, simply bcc.111.se their
material and workmanship is
the best. If, when you buy
stove wood, your dealer gives
you large pieces, your man
will have more time for other
duties if you provide him with
a good sized saw to cut ihe
wood with. We have the saws
you want for any purpose.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
3- FOR FOUR WEEKS-
English AVardrobos, Pluto Ghiss Front;
Murblotop Wash Stands,
Mnrblotop Dressing. Tnblos,
Srotoh Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Kattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
ttoyal Worcester Vass,
I oval Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Eto., Eto, Eto.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
pa ri:vri:n i-smiic tiik i.awh ok tiii; Hawaiian- isi.asus.
(JIHI-: UNDKKHIONKl) HAVK HKKS APPOINTED SOl.K AOKNT8 POlt
Tim j:ri'itt mlvmitiij-c in lie ilurivi-l fnm the ucu of tho National Oank
SiniKiiiiKii lire tlionunjlily i'MiiMmImxI uml nckiiiiwli dcd liy Plnntin
Tins Iitru iiiunliui of Pl.iiitiTg lining ilium in tint United Stiiii', Culm,
ArKfiitinii Itepulillc, Peru, Aiictmliu mul I'lMtwhoru, hear witni'Dx to tliu
Tlic ii( nf tint Siiiikihikk vi-ry liwurly iiiimuiMitH tlio iiimiitily ijf rune
tliu mill nui grind (25 tn W,), uIm tlio loctruiMioii nf juifo (.) to 11).
It in 11 grcni viifi'Ktmid, mukin;; kimwn at unco tint pri'Miueo of any
pii-ci'i of iron, Htakcn from c.irr, or anything whi"h would lu'liahlu to diimiigu
tliu mill, ami allowing .inipU. linn- tn ioupau name liufun- daiiiagiiig tin! mill.
Tlio SiiiiianiKii in vt'ry htrnngly m ulo, ami from I he nmiinrr of itx opc-ra-turn
it cntK or loarv tluo ilt'ci of woml or iron without often hrcakiug tint
Siiiii:iiiku; and if anyliing liroakn, it i (.imply Mnuoof thu knives or cutti-rn,
which can ho ipiickly and uconnmically rejilncLil. Tlio Siiiikddku, a ilH
namo imlicatcf, (can) the i-anc into hrcdH nf varying IcuglliH, perfectly onm
ing it and allowing the mill in thoroughly procn nut tlio juice wiUioiit re
quiring tin- imiiHiiihu oxlru power mccrMiry tn grind or crut-li tlio wlinlo
oaiiK. 'i'ho SiuiiauiKii hprcnlrt tlio cliretldid ounn uniformly and ovonly tn
tliu mill rollx, ami tloet. away wiih tlio ncucbhity of hpreadiiig tlio hagtiHro hy
hand hot ween tho mill, whom reminding io in ii'o. No greater amntint nf
hnilur oapao'iy in roitiirul In upoialc llio Siiiikiiiikii limn that wlucli wan
Millioient fir tlio mill, for tlio almvu reiiMiin. Wo fnrnich full working
druviiugM for tliu iiihtallatiou of our Siiiii:iiiii:kh, cmililiug any coinpctont en
gineer in tmi'L-critifnUy iuntall and nliot thorn.
In ordering SiniKiuiKiiH fioni in, pleu-jc rein! email rkotoli, i-howing the
diameter and width nf tho mill roll with which .Siiiiudiiku jn tn ho connected,
iiIm) iho cido (oitlur right or left Imml an ,mhi face ('. .udivory sido of thu
mill), upon which thu mill engine i- lxoattd, aim tho height from lluor lino
tn center of frnntinill rnll ihafl, and ilift.iuoo ceulor tliu. idiaft In front uml
of hed plalo. Tlnwi Siiukdiiciik aro now heing iihoil hy tlio Hilo Sugar Co.
ami llawi Mill, Kohala, wlioru limy 1110 giving grout Malefaction.
gjBF Piici'H aud further particular may ho had hy applying In
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Import and Sell Wbolesalo and
AM. KI.N'ilh OK
Oflt .STOCK IS CO.Mt'l.KI'K.
Wl II I Ml Mill Clllltlllllf ill tile
IN I Mr.
tS-lillli-M mill halnoiiioia: Curin-r ol
1'cirl uinl Mrrcliiuil lriit,
UOI.MHTUIt .V. CO.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Hilr tnrn1' thr llnuuiitmi Itlnml:
In tho Circuit Court of tho 1'irot Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islands.
IN Till: MATTKIt OF THE KSTATK
X. of .Maria O'miIIIviiii, luto of llimcilulu,
(Mini, dcvfiisod lomto. On rumlliig ami
lluiiKtla pollllon of Ati'uliiuii KurnuiHluc
of wilil Honolulu, oxmitor of tlio will of
Mild tuj'ii, praying for mi ordvrnf nuluof
mill oiuw liuimiglng to uM di-cc-nunl, und
iilli-glng Unit the roul ostulu nt Mild testatrix
Inns follows: Pared of land, hoiis and
otliur ImiinivKiiifiitH, liHiig tlio funilly
ioiiiu.Mi.-ua at Kallld, nialu plei of In ml at
Kalinlalna near (Mini Prlum, IhiiIi of which
aid I11111U are Itiintii hi Uonolahi, Inland
of Dull .and hettlng forth cortuln legal
ri-aiiiii.wli,v Miiili rul estate tdioilM bo suld,
to ult: I-hulllclinoj of the peri'onaltv to
OAtlimuUli Hie dulnh of Mild estate, 'it Is
herein orilurcd, thnt the Imirj of hald de
ct'iiMd ami all purs- ns Interi'steil In tho
will e-iuto, appear liufnro this Court on
MONDAY, tlio llth day o' May, A. U.
lyil. nt to oVIoi'lc m., at the Court liooia
of ilils i.ourt, In Honolulu, (Mini, then
and tlu-ru to show ciiiimj why 101 order
Kliould Hot lie Krantoil for tliu sale of suuli
ll.ued Honolulu. II. I., Apiil CI, IK.
Ity the Count
KHif -l.il iu:o. l.l'OAS, fieri;.
, M. PKItcONhWIIOAItKINDKirriili
V io tin. INiiiin or b. Mirllch.u Imnk
nipt, are herehy rnjue.ted to iiiako liinuo
dial piiviiieiil in the uiiilerslgiifd at tliu
utllceof II. llaokruid A Co.. Honolulu.
J. I. IIACKrCM),
AssIkiiio ol H. Klirllcli, llaiiKrupt.
H lulu, April H, S'i. Ulll-ftt
liirry ili-ivrlpltun u.IOII I'lUX'J'lNU
done (1 thr HulUlin Ojllee,