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FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 1894
Auckland despatches aro usually
reliable but defiuilo confirmation is
required of any such bald statement
as that President Cleveland has re
cognized the Republic of Hawaii.
According to the information re
celvod by tho Hynciuth it would
eem that tho despatch refers to
Minister Willis' provisional recogni
tion of the republic. No other in
formation of any further recognition
is to be found on the Coast or in
British Columbia. Rejoicings arn
not in order up to dato aud sugar
has nothing to do with it.
Fostiblo Suicide of Ah Bin About
Forty Years Old.
A Chinamau was found dead in his
apartment in the upstairs of a build
ing occupied by Chinese near tho
comer of 1'auahi and Nuuanu streets
this morning. Tho matter was re
ported to tho police Captain Hoo
uano gained the following meagre
information from a friend of the do
ceased, who occupied a room in the
xamo house. Tho man had beou
feclitiif moroso of late, and about fl
o'clock iast iiivht ho returned to tho
house, and wont quietly to his room.
When tho man did not out in( his
regular appearance tho friend
thought something was wrong and
on going upstairs found him stiff
ami cold in his bunk. Tho man's
name was Ah lliu aud ho was about
10 years of age.
Hawmian Harfiwai'G Go.. L'd
MORE LIQUOR SELLING.
BOUND FOR NEOKER ISLAND. Tho
K. B. M.
8. Champion Ooos to
t7 tho Blooming Placo.
Heariug that tho British cruiser
ion was not going direct to
Columbia out to .Seeker isl
and, the new pearl in the uecldaco
of the Republic, a Dl'LLcti.v tepro
sentativo called on the Minister of
Foreign Affairs to nk about it. Mr.
Hatch, in reply to the question of
whether tho Government had re
ceived official information regarding
the Champion's cruise, replied in tho
affirmative. Captain Rouke, com
mander of the cruiser, and Captain
Hawes, British Commissioner, had
waited on tho Government to in
form it that tho Champion was un
der orders to make soundings in tho
vicinity of Nocker Island, particu
larly on a shoal that existed there.
They accorded this information so
as to avoid any misunderstanding.
"Is the shoal dangerous to navi
gation!" was asked.
"It is a sand spit making out from
Necker Island," was tho answer.
"Is the Government sending
plants down to the island"
"Yes. Captain Rooko kindly offer
ad to tako down seed cocoauuls or
any plants that the Government
might think would grow on the isl
and." "Of courso you haven't any official
despatches from tho South about
"Nothing. Wo aro more interest
ed in hoartng about tho sugar tariff
than anything else just now," smil
ingly replied -Mr. Hatch.
The Amateur Athletic Club met
in the Y. M. C. A. hall yesterday
vening to discuss tho matter of
building a track ou tho Laguu bao
ball grounds. The club had not re
ceived an answer from tho baseball
lesguo in regard to tho shariug of
thnatpeuses of building tho same.
The lesguo contended that as no
Elans of tho proposal had lieen laid
sfore them, they could give no de
finite answer. The meeting decided
to appoint a committee to draw out
plans, survey tho grounds ami report
to tho regular meeting to bo hold
on tho first week of September. In
the meantime the grounds will be
put into sufficiently good comh'tiou
for the athletic tportu to bo held on
Six now members were added to
the membership toll.
The Hill Suilrfrcrs.
Your short, pithy paragraphs
Frauk Jollivar, proprietor of tho
three-quarter house on tho Pali road,
is on trial iu tho District Court this
afternoon on n chargo of selling
xoirituous linuor without a license.
As in previous cases tho informers
wero police Pet, and Fred. Myers,
who by tho way has discarded his
Jnpancso sword cauo. Thoy bought
the liquor with marked money fur
nished by the captain of police. Tho
liquor was examined by Prof. Lyons
and tho whisky found to contain
iifty-llve percent alcohol and tho
gin from forty to forty-five percent.
By Lowla J. Lovoy.
Valuable Land For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In pursuance nf nn order Issued oat of
tlia Circuit Court of the Hrst Circuit, the
undersigned will sell at Public Auction
On SATURDAY, August 23, 1891.
AT 12:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
Of "slil day on tho premises, thut certain
pleco of Utnd bclonxltiR to tho eitnto of
the Into Antonio Moutclro, deevnaed In-
ttstutc, situate on the corner r Ueckwltb
and McU'iilf st recto, in I'unohou, Hono
lulu, the same containing an area of UTuo
stpiaro feet more or lets.
1'ropcrty good for a housctot, and Is in
a hcanhy locality.
Terms aro cosh and deeds at expense of
purchaser. Bate to Iks subject to contlrui
alien of the Court.
IM For further particulars rmiulre of
Commissioner of Sale Judiciary llulldlmt.
BUILDING -:- LOTS
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
j head. One would think, , 3 A Lot 60 frt frontage on Ulngham
r the notices of tho Super- ftreet, near the artesian well, urn rnuare
.r v,i, v..rbu ii.ni -ll ',l't. with a newly built Cottage of 4 rooms,
of Water Works, that nil Kitchen and Uath. water Inim artesian
the water famine usually "hit the
nail on the head." One would think, ,
?ut" and that oory ouo gets
laro. But tho fact is that it is
in the execution of the rules that
our Superintendent fails, nud (may
I say It?) if tho holders of water
privileges Bhould observe tho goldeu
rule, and at least shut ou their taps
from 0 to 12 and from 2 to 4, wo ou
the hill might get water enough to
t least brush our teeth aud wah
our dusty feet at least once a day.
This morning 1 tried my lowest tap.
There was water ruuuing feebly, I
ran for a pail, but got only a few
spoonfuls. Pno Bono Publico.
A sight you don't see every day
was wituessed on Kiug street to
daya man riding alone in a buggy
without holding the reins, while the
horse jogged along. The outfit col
lided with the telnphouo post out
side H. . Mclntyro & Bro. s grocery
store and the horse got loose. There
was vory JittJo daumjo.
On SATC7UDAY, Aug. 25,
AT 12:10 O'CLOCK 1'. M.,
I mIII sell at l'ubllu Auction, at th corner
of .Mttcnll una lllnlum sirei'ts, l'ltnahou.
Tba Following Desnibbd Building Lots:
1 A Ut at thi 8. W. corner of Metcull
and llliighum streets, l'unahou. of over
II WJUMiuuru feet, excellent pojitlon fur a
t'e, water from Pioneer Artesian Weil,
or fioiu government pipes shortly to lie
In Id iii the street, 3 minutes' walk from
lioretuula aired and cars.
2 A 1Jt on Ulnglmm street, nearly o
poslte the above one, 10,000 Kitiare feet,
3 A hot 60 feet frontage on fllnghnm
4-Oue Lot of ISO feet frontage on Met
calf lload near Sea View estate. Ietween
Bliurt street, Kea View avnun and Murquei
trcel ulong Mr. Midler's property.
5 I .Ota of various site to lult purchas.
ers, one of them now occupied by Mr. A.
(louiei Jurdiii, on Chamberlain street; this
last Lot has u nuai cottuge ou IU
TKItMB OF SAI.R-Cnslioii delivery of
deed with 6wrce:it illicoiuit on auiouuiof
bid, or one-half cash on delivery of deed,
and the other half on tltue.guaranteed by
mortgage ut 6 percent,
The plan of the alxive property can Ih
sen at the otlice of the auctioneer.
Al'AHTNKIt IN' COFFKR I'LANTA
tlon Mnull Cupltnt Iteipilred Kplcn
dlil Investment Kniitilro HuLLcriN Olllce.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Bark "Bryant"
which is now overdue
to us tho
Largest Consignment of Furniture
EVER BHIPl'ED TO A 8IKUM3 KlitM ON HAWAIIAN ROIL,
And will Consist
of Everything Needed to Furn'wh
u IIouho from a
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Thursday, big. 2J, 1XH.
The situation of Hilo gives
the people there just reasons
for pride. The scenery from
almost any point will attract
visitors and the delights of a
day spent on Cocoanut Island
are sufficient to keep them in
the vicinity indefinitely, lieside
this, the roads through the
country have been put in a
condition that makes it tempt
ing for people who enjoy a
carriage ride to the Volcano.
And from correspondence pub
lished in the daily papers, as
well as reports from foreign
ers who have spent a day or
two in Hilo, the residents there
are an hospitable set. Hilo,
then, may be said to be a mo
del town for tourists. First
because of the way the people
receive guests and entertain
them and because of the at
tractions which nature has pro
vided. Kau, the other gate
way to the Volcano, is less at
tractive only for the reason
that the conditions arc not suit
able for town-building and there
are consequently fewer people
to finish what nature left un
done. We do not wish to im
ply that the people of Kau
could build mountains, but
if the population was larger
the government might listen
attentively to the request for
better roads. The drive front
Pahala to the Volcano was a
pleasant one in the days when
the road was good, but just
now it is in a condition that in
vites the attention of com
petent road builders more than
tourists. We have no doubt
the improvement will come in
time, for it's a matter that in
terests every one here indirect
ly. We have no doubt tourists
would derive more pleasure
from seeing both sides of Ha
waii if the facilities were right
than to see only one. The
money spent by visitors comes
to everyone indirectly so it ap
pears in order for the bus.im.ss
people to unite in petitioning
the government to put the
road in oider.
We put up a 1 2 foot Geared
Aermotor for the Honolulu
Dairy the other day to be used
for cutting sorghum. The
manager of the dairy had
doubts as to the power of the
mill to do the work. A three
horse power engine would not
do it and it was not believe'd
that enough power could be
developed in a twelve foot
Aermotor, but it does the work
perfectly and at no expense
for fuel. Now, then, ifa twelve
foot mill will do this where is
the limit of a 1 6-foot Geared
Aermotor. In addition to run
ning a No. 4 triple acting pump
that will discharge ten thou
sand gallons of water per hour,
it will run a grindstone, a
lathe, a feed cutter and dear
knows what else. The Aer
motor and a pump of this des
cription will irrigate anything
from a lawn to a rice planta
tion. We have added to our al
ready large stock of garden
rakes an assortment of new
styles that are bound to jump
into favor with people who like
to have clean lawns.
We have a stock of Hang
ing Lamps, which for elegance
of finish, durability and power
of the burners commend them
selves to everyone, even the
people who use electricity for
lighting purposes. They range
in price from four dollars to
twenty and you get just double
value for your money. You
can find a larger stock in the
factory where they are made,
but not in a store devoted ex
clusively to the sale of lamps.
We're up to date even to the
hinges on our doors, which are
open from six to five, 'lhe
goods will draw and the prices
Whirligig sprinklers that re
quire no attention after they
are put in the ground have
been added to our stock, so we
can say we have a general as
sortment of these things. You
can get anything you want in
the sprinkler line from us.
UDWAT A PORTER. LmiHdk Furniture Dalr
( tho Hawaiian Inland.
obitiaun Block, between Fort and Nutisnu,
ight hand aide of Hotol atrrat going Mt
Irect important of Kin Fur nil urn.
W rtsvft on hMiiti
irt clipap (or c aah
letter Ware, 8o1m, Hooking Chair.
ill you call and pne these goods.
nythinit rou want In DiulbR-rootn Kurnitur
nythlng you want In Bedroom furniture.
.... -. fc. . .......t. 4 .ftk. tflbJU- ...a M.4I .
uu win ainu ue uiitm u vnu auu u.oui"
JLt m will 6nd a com pint took to elert from
nd at price to aitlt the pouted
well a th t'whfni pumhii
boine la oomploU- without Mat.trweaea,
hoiuv. in Honolulu aella the ooda piim loan we do
Oll't vuli Ued enuie Live U
andv Pillotv and Cuahnma
Keatheitoi Silk Kloaat They make
FEED DEPAETMENT !
From a large and varied stock tho undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These arc each posscsbed of strong feeding properties and
aro well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders 1
Ho. I Jey n niit .1 .. ni
relty Window Sbadf in ail colore aud nae
olef for your window In Wood or Braaa Triniminir
1 eon raw we mual not forget to nioutiou
ur handnome Carved Rodroom ReU In 8olld Oak
epalrinK at maeouable rate
eoovering or uphnmtereri ruinitun. pmiMlit
ry our Kaaj
Chairs before bitvluM eltnwli)i
itt with Chair and Sideboard to cualh
to, 3k, I'm per ei
Urerpnol Ouarfo lit ih ti
KtiRlllb Ontri " Ih .
ROriK BA UT
HAM, HAUOh, OHItKMt
Barrel and Hut Hrri.
"t'lpneer." ri(. in tin and paper.
4 ohnio vaoetf of laadln tnniti
I Hnnon' fcnitliat. lirmrte,
Ornaa A BUckwoU' Kngllah (Irouortua,
Mbliy, McNeil Llbby'a Canned Kmm,
Rlchardaon A Kobbln'a Oanu4
verytxHly know we make a feature of Interior Decorating,
Ttry!tmlr know Mr Oeo. Onlway who make thii a peoial feature.
hcoKtiized e the obeapeat house iu Honolulu.
"liability. Prornptuea and Diapatcb is our motto
Bnix 26 TKLRPHONEB Mutual 46
PI, Tauif un ir.
7H nl 10 ih (..
k lartc tarlt
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LA HUE SrOOKb OK
. BarQwHve, Dry Goods,
nsiickery, FDrsimre, file,
..y? nn ttHD
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
TIME IS MONEY"
TO SAVE VOUIt TIM 15 AND MONKY DOTH BTKP IN TO
Ho:P! 8o Co.,
No. "74 Klins Street.
33r I'hu Hunt Workintiiiship und the JJest Muturiul
obtuiiiod at Uu'
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
N"o 70 Qurbi) Street
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
We Imvtt n lot of New flood to urrlvo by the "Wilder" nd the "Dryant," and to make
room wo oll'nr our nreiunt eupcrb ttock of
In Oak, Walnut nnd Curly IHrcli nt the Intret pattern at aach low price
that It will piy you to Invest In Hit in at once.
rji'0 our ftlejrant Aiuorlinent of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chaiie,
In ots and lritlf plrcct to suit oviry tasto and ovary pocket.
Abb KINDS OK MANUFACTURING DONK IN
Furniture, -:- B dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Qutlltj ot LUo Geose Feathers, Silk Floss, Hair, Hois and Excelsior ilnji on hand
All orders (roni thx other Iilnndv will ho altmulid to In a manner that will In-
nro Hilfacllon. Try us onen nml you lll nuvor It-nve uu, lor our ROotliarenew and
dlylhli, and will bo well tncVcd aud uouie to you at Suu Frauclteo prices.
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp k Button!
HTlMTtnW Of all 8lzos-iMn or fanoy-und lettered to order QUAflPQ
WJilJJUTI ut Han Krancfkco lirlotH. aaAUlJO
Biieonl orders for all kinds of I'urulturn will be filled at loweit urlcei.
it aud be couvliKud.
Bailey's Woven Wire Matiresses Kept in Stock.
An Knnrliicei HplmUlHrwr ami TVonratnr In alwavR at T"nr wrrln
Pure Goods I Prompt, Reliable
Attention I and Low Prices I
THAT PLACE 18 AT
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 70,
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort Sc Hotel See
5 Our Soda Water is the Beat "&
Hawaiian Hardware Ca I. d
(i7 VOW? .STltiWI.
PER Q. S. "QAELIO."
X-IOXjIjISTE3I &g OO.
Have mado unotliur Large Iniportation ot
ilraud of LA
By Jaa. V. Morgan.
I.! AHHortraniit of Shttpoa ud Bizut
Hnr viip in Rnnii or Rntv Paid Co? Kort A MrWilun! Strwtn
MOBTOAQEE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
NOTICE IB HEUE11Y QIVKN THAT
pursuant U a ownr of nalu rontnln
od In u cvrtulu niort(,'ii;u uiuilu by Antono
ItoMu and wlfo of Honolulu, to ClvII llrowu
of the hiunu plnre and of record in tliu Of
llco of tho ltvglutrar of Conveyances In
l.lber 108, on page t!5, 'JO and 27. und by
eiild Cecil Drown duly assigned to K, If.
llnysolden, trusteo under the last will and
testament of J, U. llnysolden, deceased, by
document of record I.lbor 117 on pane 'J1U,
tho nald mnrlgui-co iiitumU to lorecloso
said luortKago for breach of condition
thorolu contained. Notice, in also kIvvii
that tho property eovcrod by sold iuortj.:ii(,'o
will bu void at Public Auction, at VI o'clock
noon, on BATUKDAY, tlio llth day of
August, at the miction rooms of Jns. 1
Morgan In Honolulu. Tho property In
Bald mortgage deed described Is
All that certain parcel of land situate at
Kulllil in said Honolulu, containing nn
areaot 3!)'J3 acres and being a portion of
the premises descrllx'd In ltoynl X'nltint No.
6li5, and conveyed 10 said Antouu Itosa by
J. I', Mendnuca, administrator of tho es
tate of Domingo 1.0cz Ituinoi by ilet-il
duted the llrst duv of April. 18S7, of record
in tho Hawaiian ltcglstry of Deeds iu Hook
11H, on pages 'J I and 'i!t.
Duted Honolulu, July 13th, 1801.
For further particulars iipnlv to
Trustee of tho lant Will and Testament of
J. U. Hiiyselduu, decease. I, or to
Ciccil IIrown, Attorney.
WT" The sale of t'ie above property un
der foreclosure h inistnoue'1 until HA'I IUU
DAY, beptinbr 1, iwit, at the same Mum
nd iiIhi".. l(7 IK
For Sale I
PltOI-'KH.SOU llltADI.I'.Y (IINT.R J.l.
niuh in hlnuing, 1'iaiKi, Violin end
'I'ullo, 'lVrins, fj mi hiiuri II, half hour.
DavliiK IidiI j'l xearn1 vx ertnee ns dr.
gituisi and Oliolr Irulner, ho IhoioiiIouii
eliuaiteini ut III thutu cipieltlei, Jlu.t of
testlmonliils. 01 ICiuiuu street. Mutual
Telephone 1W. lllU-'Jw
Used but little. As good as new. Sold on
account of owner leaving the oountry.
ta. Call or address
mi m irinratr.
' "KA MAILE" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale of its
Slock of Goods beginning
Thursday, Aug. 0th, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
This Store will go out of
business at that time.
Come and pick out what
you want before it it all gone.
"THE WORLD DO MOVE"
And so does the Messenger Settle who
have mounted their Messengers on
MT- They will deliver PaokBs(up to
fJU lbs weight) or Messages quicker than
by any other method and much cheaper
"DON'T BK A OLAJCI"
Have time and luone;
using the Mel
L. M, JOUN.SON, s t Manager.
uwi 5w-tifiiraiwsi Uk im