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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho bund will play at the hotel
Presidont Dolo will tako a trip
to Hawaii nrxt weok.
Tho Wnrrimoo took awuy 1(592
lottors nnd 878 pa pel a taut night.
G. J?. Wilder has beon elected
to active membership in the Paci-
uo lonniB vjiud.
Tho offiooro ol tho Bonnington
will give a dance on board that
vessel this ovening.
Tho Warrimoo had 115 tons of
raw sugar from Australia in hor
Now offioors of tho Scottish
Thistlo Club will bo installod this
Miss Angus hrs boon appointed
nn extra teachor in tho Chinese
Tho toaohors' examinations nt
tho Fort street school nro in pro
Tho United States Congresa ro
sumos its sossion today uftor tho
V. E. Brown, formorly of tho
Gnzotto Company, is now with
the Sftfo Deposit (Jompany.
L. B. Korr nnd Harry Lewis
oxpect to loavo for tho Coast by
next Monday's stoamor.
ThoHollister Drug Company
advertise Icealino, a wondorful
W. J. Coolho olork of tho Dis-.
triot Court and a popular vocalist,
was twenty-fivo yoars old on Now
Assooiate Justico Frear and
Mrs. W. F. Dillingham are among
those who expoot to loavo on the
E. D. Baldwin of 'Hilo has
Anally rocoived tho appointment
of sub-agent of lands in Puna nnd
Commissioner Marsdon has
alligator pear trees to give away,
which should bo sot out this
Tho Young Hawaiian's Insti
tuto had nn interesting mooting
ing last evoning and wound up
with singing and refreshments.
J. C. Conk and James Wake
field two of Theo.H. Davios&Co.'n
employes, loft on tho Warrimoo
last night for a short vacation.
Miss Helen Dauvray, the well
known actress and elocutionist,
with hor sistor Mrs. Keefo. were
tho only passengors for Honolulu
The Catholic Benevolent So
ciety meets at tho convent this
afternoon at 3 o'clook for tho
elpotion of officers and transaction
of other business.
The Board of Education hnR
authorized the tranBfor of W. B.
Starky from tho Wainiha to tho
Ulupnlakua school, and L. Madoi
ros from Ulupnlakua to Waipio.
Hawaiian Gazetto Company
stockholders have olooted W. W.
Chamborlain, secretury, and C. G.
Ballentyno, treasurer, of that or
ganization. Tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra did
not practice last night, having
played nt tho concert the night
before. Tho next practice night
will bo Thursday, January 9th.
Baseball tomorrow afternoon at
3o'clqck botweon tho Hearts and
Mniies. Both teams have won two
games oach, and they aro trying
hard to got ahead of oaoh other.
J. Macfarlauo, Hawaiian Con
sul at Auckland and W. G. Neill
at Dunodin, have rocoived their
oxequatura from tho Now Zoaland
C. B. Riploy's looturo at tho
Y. M. 0. A. hull tomorrow night
on "California" will bo illus
trated by ovor ono hundred stero
opticon viows. Mr. Hedomap
will manipulate the slides.
Geo. H. Paris has retired from
tho management of tho Hawaiian
Gazotte Company. He is succooded
by 0. G. Ballentyno as manager
and treasurer. Mr. Paris was
very aotrve and enorgotic, in his
sovoral years of charge, having
groatly inoroaBed the buBineBS of
Thoso who olaim to know say
that A. W. Carlor and E. P. Dolo
will bo tho new Cirouit Court
Judges, and that Judgo Perry
will bo made Deputy Attornoy
Genoral. Either W. S. Edings
or Geo. do la Vorgne, according
to the same authority, would like
to bo District Judgo.
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A ' EVENING
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Sugar 3 5-8c.
Judge William Foster is home
J. H. Fifihnr nnd wife and MiHS
I. Fisher arrived on tho Austra
lia. Tho Australia mado tho trip in
six days. She brings forty-five
bags of mail.
Mrs. F. E. Nichols and ohildron
and Miss Niohols wore among tho
A Japaneso deserter from tho
Hilo Sugar Company was ar
rostod at noon to-day.
0. Mi Conko and Professor F.
A. Hosmor were returning pts
nongors by tho Australia.
Tho Supromo Court nponed this
morning only to adjourn till to
morrow. Fresh uilmnn and Inl'but aro
for salo by the Metropolitan Meat
W.O. Aohi oflVrs, iu this paper,
a house aud beveral lots for buIo
Soo J. T. Wutorhousc's new ad
vertisement for many lines of
Hind's honey and almond croam
is a fine toilet articlo sold by fio
Hobron Drug Company.
An opportunity for an excursion
to California on dry land is of Fo red
in an advertisement today.
Tho Australia's quick trip may
be accounted for from tho fact
that Bhe is advertised to leavo on
E. Donohuo ploaded guilty of
vagrancy iu Judge Perry's court
this morning and was given two
mouths on tho reof.
The Bnurd of Supervisors of the
Freo Kindergarten and Children's
Aid Association were in sossion
at Emma hall this,morning.
Soveral stipulations have beon
filod in tho Clerk's office for tho
hoaring of oisos by the Supremo
Court in vncition.
The Hawaiian Quintette Club
will play during dinner at tho
Hawaiian Motol tomorrow even
ing, also for a d.ince in tho lunni
The U. 8. cruiser Boston was
to have leftMaro Islaud for China
on Decembor 28th, at 9 o'clock.
Sho may bo expeutod hero in two
or three dine.
Father Bomy of fho U. S. S.
Baltimore gavo n looture and ste
rooptienn exhibition to the faculty
and'Btudents of St. Louis college
last night, in which ho wns assist
ted by Brothers Frauoia and
Thomas. The subject of the lec
ture was "Japan." Tho orchestra
nnd Alumni Glee Club assisted
nud tho entertainment was a de
Hart well, Thurston & Stanloy
have filed a motion that tho order
against defendant, in'JohnHonry
vs. James Onrty, that tho bill bo
takon pro oonforfso, be discharged
and that defendant havo fivo days
within which to plead or demur
YOU DON'T KNOW
What you miss if you havo
not triod . . .
For tho Complexion, Sunburn,
and for Use Aftor Shaving.
Hobron JDmg Co
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Highost ofoll in L"avoning Power.
20,000 foot of tho very latest
stylos of picture mouldings nt
King Bros, Hotel St.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
offioo Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
Btreet, telephono No. G15. Oflico
linnra 0 A r. tn A- P V.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuunnu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Terms: 26
aud 50 conts por night" $1, and
$1 25 per weok.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horao and onro-
ful driver ring up Tolophono lid,
corner of Fort and Merchant
Btrcets. Mack at all hours.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, cai
furnish best faotory reforoncrs.
Ordres loft at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to bo tho simo
as dono in factory.
'Tore up your reforoncrs! Why,
yon must hnvo been crazy."
"Shnro and you wouldn't havo
thought bo if you had seen tho
BIG -:- SHOW
T&kiz&toa : Btfoitog
MATINEE AT 2:30
Novor before seen in Honolulu.
Come and look at the
Hiwoknti Noohini Fuku,
Hakoni hai ti Kiyoru,
and a hundred other.
AT THE CORNER OF MERCHANT
AND RICHARDS STS.
Doora opon at 2 o'clock. Perfor
mance commences at 2:30.
10, 25 AND 50 CENTS
Excursion to California.
An ixcumloii to California Will Start
: ON :-
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
The trip will Includo visits to over one
hundred places of interest In California,
No Seasickness, No Dost, No Heal Careful
D W Corbett, Genoral Manager.
C B Ripley, Conductor.
O Iledeman, Chief Engineer.
Dr J 8 B Pratt, Assistant Engineer.
Round Trip Ticket Only 25c.
Mombcrs of Y. M. C, A. froo,
Blocplntt accommodations included.
Moals will bo charged extra. Do not fall
to take this trip. Tho Excursion will
visit San Froncisoo, Mount Shasta, Sacra
mento, Sierra Novadas, Mouterey, Yose
mlto Valley, Santa Barbara, Bauta Cruz
Moutains, etc. 193-21
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JANUARY 3, 1806
Latest U.S. Gov't Boport.
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In imrsnanco of nn Order mado by the
Hon. W. A Whiting, First Judgo of tho Cir
cuit Conrt for tho First Circuit, In n canso
entitled Wong Wa Foy ot nl. ts. Kail! Ka
kol et nl., duly Md?l in said Court, on the
21th day of Dooeuiber, 1805, tho undersign
ed will offer for salo at public auction, nt
mnuka cntrnnoi to tho Judiciary Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clook noon,
All of the nndennentlonod and described
lands, situatolu tho Island of Oahu, belong
ing to the estate of tho lato Pikelo Xakoi,
deceased Intestate. As thp widow's dower
In said ostato Is to bo awarded to her in
inonoy, this sale will therefore Includo her
Intorcst In all tho lands to be sold.
List of tho Lands.
Ono housolot with dwolliucr thcroon In
KapnukoK Honolulu, being K P 528of L
O A M8 to Kin pu, containing 40-1000 of
an acre, in.ro or loss.
Also ono pleos of land adjoining tho above
being 11 V 7332 of L O AGO to Napalil, con
t aining 79-1000 of an noro more or less. En
trance to tho samo is by nn alloy way lead
ing from niakai side of King street, below
Slaunakea stroct, to yucon mreoi oiicuoiuu.
Tho following deoda cover said proporty:
1 From J. Kaona, July 5,1800, Liber
13, p. 82.
12 From Keananakahl et nl., Deo. 18,
1871, Liber 33. p. 410.
3 From Kalania ot nl., April 20, 1871,
Liber 38, p. 220.
4 From Koonlpnlu, Nov. 8, 1875, Liber
43, p. 473.
Two ploces of land in Malamalama, Km
lua, Koolaupoko, being R. P. 5131 of L. O.
A. 5550 to Kekol, containing 1.28 acres
mora or less.
Also two ploces of land in said Malamala
ma, bolng It. P. 6602 of L. O. A. 2607 to
Wnna. containing 1.20 acres more or less.
Theso four pieces are leased for five years
irom January l, lsut, at $iu per aunam.
One nicco ot land in Moanalua, being It.
P. 351 of L O A 1217 to Puhiki, .containing
35-100 of an ncio more or less.
One piece of land on Liliha street noor
lands of Gaspar Sylva of Walalun nnd
Jonathan Shaw of Honolulu, being II P
16f0 of L O A 1123 to Honu, containing 01
100 of an u.ro raoro or less.
Also two pieces of lands adjoining tho
above, bcine It P 44G7 Of L O A 1727 to Ku-
pau, containing 548 fathoms moro or loss.
Theso three pieces were leased by tho ad
ministratrix of tho cstato for 10 years from
January 1, 1805, at $120 per annum. As
tho heirs did not join in said lease, Its valid
ity is questionable.
One piece of land in Kaaipu, Manoa, be
ing a portion of UP 4470 of LOA 11029
(Seo. 1, Part 3) to J. Btevonson, containing
2.010 acres more or less. Leased to Maria
Apal for 10 years from January 1, 1888, nt
$50 per annum.
One piece of land In Kalollkt, Manoa, being
It P Grant 630 to II Haallllo, containing 2.1U
acres moro or leas.
Also ono piece of land In aald Kalollkl,
Manoa, being R P flrant 41 to Make, con
taining 2.76 acres more or leas.
Also one piece of land In said Kalollkl, Ma
noa, being It P (Iraut 42 to Hannah Hooper,
containing 8.IS acres moro or less. Of theso
lands two leases were made by deceased
cocrliig the kula portions only. Ono Is for
10 yoars from January 0, 1891, at 60 per an
num and the other Is for 6 years from June
20, '.691, at SIS per annum.
Of tho remainder of aald lands two-fifths
(undivided) were Itascd by the heirs for 10
years trom January 1, 1895. at (80 per annum,
wlillo tlirce-llftlis remain undisposed of by
them, although the administratrix has made a
lease purporting to convey tho sarao for 10
yeais from January 1, 18U5, at fc!60 per an
num. Total annual rental of tho Kalollkl
lands Is fll3, provided the last mentioned
lease la accepted, validity of which being
Ono pie to ot land In Lualaea, Manoa, being
B I Ui
rant 254 to Amaraa, contalntn
acrei moro or leas.
Two plctea of land In Kaholwal, Manoa,
liclni; UI' 5120 of L,CA4005to HaUu, con-
IninliiK 1.28 'acres, more or lesa.
Tlio undivided one-third Intercat of Pelelo
Kakol, deceased. In that certain piece of land
Bltuatu In Koloalu, Manoa, belnjr 11 P Grant
19 to Makulu, containing 4.50 acres moro or
Tula aalo oilers a good opportunity to In
vestors ana adjoining owners of propottj.
There aro suitable locations for homestead
In tho valloy of Manoa which la noted for lis
cool brteze and healthy climate.
na- Terroa of sale aro cash pa) able In U. S.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expense of pur
Sale to bo subject to confirmation by tha
For further parllculars enquire et tuo J n-
at his olllce in me judiciary jiuuu-
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Positively For One Week Only.
.AH "Wool Dress Goods
For 35. Gents
Worth 75 conta
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroot, - - - - -If"
lloraomber this price is for ono vrcok onlv.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
E N. B.'Will tell you why shortly.
H. E. MelNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOHTEHS AND DEALER8 IN,
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Now GoodeKecelvod by Every Packot from tho Eaotera 8ttos nnd Europe.
FJIESH CALIFORNIA PEODUOE BY EVERY STEAMEE,
AH Ordors faithfully attondod to and Goods Delivered to any
Part of tho City FP.EE,
Island Oudkiw Bolicited, SATBTAcnoir Goauantms
EA8T CORNEIt ' OI1T AND KING STBEET8.
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for variod. information
relating to those ialancls; and tho
issue for 189C; now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
predecessors, and should bo in
every office and homo in the land.
Its convenience and reliability
as a reference hand book has liad
commercial and official recogni
tion many years.
Price 75 cents per copy, or 85
conts postage paid to any address.
THOS. G THEUM,
Publisher, Stationer, etc.
Fort stroot, Honolulu. 192-2w
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE ABOVE POUT ON
Monday, January 6th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p. M.
Tho undersicnod aro now
issue Through Tiokets from tins
ity to all
points in me u niton mates.
f,7ror further particulars regardln
Freight or Postage, opply to
,Wm. G. IRWIN fe Co., Ld,
173-td General Agents.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
firm of Iho lato J. T. Wuterhousc, for ac
counts owlm: protons to March 1, 1805, aro
notified to settle same before January 1, 1800,
at the olllco of J. T. Watorhouae. Queen St.
I 170-1 m
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DON'T H$TfTE HOMEHT
About the beat place to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
HEAD OF BEEP OATTIB,
sale in lots to suit.
Kahukn, Kan, Hawaii
House and Lots for Sale.
There is a now houso and lot
situated at Kanalama. Ilight on
tho tramways lino. Tho lot is 55
foot wide by 100 feot long and
being rented at $120 a year; will
sell at $900 cash. A vory good
investment. There are fivo moro
lots in tho same location, which
will bo Bold at vory roasonablo
For further particulars apply
to W. O. AOHI.
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