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EVENING BULLETIN. JANUARY 7. 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Znmlooh tonight nt8.
Company D will oloota liouton
nnt tomorrow night.
Julian Mousarrat left on the W.
G. Hall this morning.
Mrs. 0. H. Ensign returnod to
Kauai last night.
Prof. Musiok loft for Kauai on
tho Mikahala last night.
Company A nro going to
Munoa valley on Thursday ovoning
to h.ivo a good timo.
The whaling bark Charles W.
Marvnn is tho pionoor visitor of
that kind for this season.
James T. Stackor, latoly editor
and propriotor of thoTitno, is now
city oditor of tho Advortisor.
Tho arrivals by tho stoamor
Koauhou wore Mrs. Lindsay, Miss
Mncdonald and Jas. Bush.
John D. Brown loft on a busi
ness trip to Hnwuii by tho Hall.
Ho will return by tho Kilo route.
"Wall, Nichols Co. will in f uturo
huvo the Bulletin for sulo at
their -placo of businoss on King
At tho meeting of tho Masonic
Templo squad last night the
members wuro furuishod with the
now regulation caps of tho Citi
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
for January is ns usual well filled
with church and social nows and
Mi'jor McLeod's battalion of
tho National Guard will drill to
night. Tho other battalion will
torn out on Friday night.
C. "W. Macfarlano advertisos
Dr. Pottio's celebrated livo htook
romedios and Lily hair oil. Own
ers of pnimals and poultry should
Chief Justico Judd is cele
brating his 58th birthday today.
Tho band gave him n soronado
this morning at 8 o'clock in
honor of tho ovont.
A circular of tho Board of Edu
cation, setting forth tho constitu
tional prohibition of sectarian
teaching in schools, appears in
Tho special mooting:! at tho
Christian church will oontinuo
throughout the week. TIub evon
ing tho pastor will spenk on
"What Must a Man Beliovo in
Ordor to bo Saved."
The Gill says: Ed. Hopkins is
ono of tho leading sporting men
of Honolnlu. Ho is about to es
tablish u magnificent cafe and billiard-room
and is on a visit to San
Francibco to purohaso tho fixtures.
Tho rooking-chair is suggested
as a reniody for indigestion. A
well-known physician asserts that
tho slow rocking motion after
meals stimulates tho digostivo
functions. It is noticed that sev
eral well-known citizens of Hono
lulu believe in this remedy.
The Friend calls to mind that
ono of tho Armenian missionaries,
now in great jeopardy of life, is
Mrs. Fanny Shopnrcf, M D., a
missionary daughter of Hawaii,
who is a sister of Sheriff L. A.
Andrews of Maui.
Mis Nt'odham's olass in tho
High School has received hand
sorno breast pins from Chicigo.
Tho head is in tho form of a
burgee enameled with tho class
colors and boaring a sbr on tho
At a massmooting of citrons of
Snn Juan, California, a committee
of boot-growers was appointed to
induco Clans Sprockols to extend
tho Pnjaro Valley road to San
Juan Valley. Three thousand
aorcs can bo contracted for and
freo right of way is offered.
A local in tho Bulletin of yes
terday stated that a haok belong
ing to Mr. Quinn and drivon by
Mannol Rois was overturned by a
runaway team, etc Tho item
was an error. The hacks of 290
stand bolong to Messrs. Quinn
and Rois and no accident hap
pened to either party.
A San Francisco oxohange says:
Thore will bo a numbor of changes
on tho Philadelphia tho first of
the your. Captain Randolph
Diokens, late of tho Brooklyn
Navyyard, will roliovo Captain
Cochrano as fleet marino officer,
and Lioutenant Stonoy will re
liovo Lieutenant 0. E. Fox as
fine lieutonant. Messrs. Cochrano
and Fox will both report for duty
at tho Now York headquarters.
Ono Chinoso gambler was ar
rostod this morning.
V. H. Cornwell and Colonol
Norris left by tho Hall.
Tho Australia's outgoing mail
consisted of 7347 lottors and 2G95
Tho next mail from tho Const
is duo by tho Alameda on the
Rehearsal of "Meredith's Old
Coat" at Miss McGreiv's resi
dence this ovening.
J. V. Borgstrom nrrivod from
Kauai this morning nn the
stoamor of that nnmo.
0. J. Holdsworth and wifo and
Mr. Welch, volcano tourists, loft
on tho Ball this morning. ?
Tho Italian llag is flying over
Consul Sohaofor's store tins morn
ing in honor of tho warship.
King Bros, aro offering a very
good article in Ebony Wall brock
ets at 1 nco prices. w
Tho postponed races of January
1st nro to como off on tho 17th,
rain or shino.
Mr. Gallnclipr, oditor of the
Commoioial Journal, has passed
through a siego of sioknes?, and is
slowly rocovonng his strength.
Charles Pfeiffor, tho well
known jowoW, left by tho Aus
tralia yestorday, to reside por
manontly in California.
The regular monthly meeting
of tho "Woman's Board of Missions
is in progress at tho Central
Union churoh this aftornoon.
Tho Italian warship was nn
object of much curiosity today
and many people visited tho water
front to tako a look at her.
W. A. Kinney arid 0. H. Eld
rodgo, Miss A. Paris and Captain
Broomo left by the Hall. The
lattor is in attendance on Presi
Tho inatoh raco botweon
Clarenco Maoforlauo's "SUvator"
and Gus Sohuman's "Judah''
comos off at tho Jocky Club track
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p. m.
Marshal Brown sold a miscel
laneous collection of chairs,
tables, stoves, etc., this morninc
to satisfy a judgment against Sing
Keo. Tho amount realized by the
salo was $20.75, tho articles being
bid in by Chinese
A Japaneso employed by John
Nott was hold up by a native last
night, in the samo vicinity as
young Nott wns hold up two
n'ghts before. Tho Japaneso had
no money but was ablo to give a
description of his assailant.
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Assooiotion mot last ovening at
tho usual hour. Applications for
loans to tho amount of $5000 wore
received. Tho Association, ac
cording to tho reports read last
night, has made a profit at 7 per
cont on the business of tho past
Many of the polico forco bavo a
decidedly sloopy appoaranco this
morning, which may bo accounted
for by tho lnau held at Officer
Puni's placo last , night, which
was largely attonded by tho
polico and their frionds.
Tho charge ot perjury against
J. Carvulho, which aroso out of a
couple of oivil suits, was taken up
in tho District Court this morn
ing. At the conclusion of tho
tostimony Judge Porry deoided
that the evidonco did not warrant
a committal for trial and dis
charged tho defondant.
A Furniture Don.
Ordway & Porter, tho enter
prising furnituro doalors on Hotel
streot, have anothor surpriso for
tho Honolulu public, having
during tho last few days received
a largo invoico of furnituro of tho
latest designs direct from lho fac
tory. This firm aro certainly abroast
of tho times, as they import direct
from tho factory, theroby doing
away with tho jobber or middle
man's profit. This littlo stroko of
business ability enables thorn to
soil at a very iow figuro, and poo
plo who aro thinking of buying
furnituro will do woll toinspoct
their stook before purchasing elso
where. The goods aro roady for inspec
tion and comprise bodroom Bets,
extension tables, sideboards, soo
rotarybookcasos,chiffoniors,ward robes, etc., eto , all from tho very
latest designs and at pricos to
suit tho tirnos.
Highostofall in Leavening Powar. Latest U.S. Gov'tRoport.
A wbe K Www w
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS AND'
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In pursuance of nn Ordor made by the
Hon. W. A Whiting, First Judgo of tho Cir
cuit Court for tho l'irst Circuit, in a cause
entitled Wong Wa Toy ct nl. vs. Kaili Ki
koi ot nl., duly filed in said Court, on tho
21th day of Decomlcr, 189S, the undersign
ed w ill offor for nalo at public Miction, nt
innukit entrance to thn Judioiary Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All of the undermentioned and described
lands, giiuntein tho Island of Oahu, belong
ing to the estato of tho Into Pmcllo Kakoi,
deceased intestnto. As the widow's dower
in said estate is to bo nwarded to bor in
money, this sale will therefore include her
interest in nil the lands to be sold.
List of the Lands.
Ono.houselot with dwellinn thereon in
Knpuukolo, Honolulu, bomg It V rG28 of L
0 A G48 to Kinopu, containing 40-1000 of
an acre, moro or less.
Also ouo plcoi of laud ndjoiniug tho above
being R P 7.X12 of L 0 A (iO to Napahl, con.
tabling 70-1000 of nn aero more or loss. En
tranco to tho fame is by nu alley way load
ing from in B kid sldo of King fctrcet, below
juiuinnKea sircci, 10 iucuu rai cucumuu.
Tho following deods cover said property:
1 From J. Kaoua, July 5, 18G0, Liber
13, p. 82.
2 From Keananakabl ot nl., Deo. 18,
1871. Liber 33. n. 410.
13 From Kalama ot nl., April 20, 187, 1
Libor 38, p. 220.
4 FrouiKeonipnlu, Nov. 8, 1870, Liber
43, p. 473.
Two pieces of land in Mnlumalnmn.Kni
lua, Koolnupoko, being R. P. 0131 ot L. C-
A. 0551) to Kakol, containing 1.28 acres
moro or loss.
Also two i lieccs ot land in said Malamala-.
ma, being It. P.CC02of L. O. A. 2607 to
Wnnn, containing 1.20 ncros moro or less.
These four pieces ore loosed for five years
from January 1, 1894, at $40 per annum.
One pioco ot land in Moanalua, being It.
r. 351 of L O A 1217 to Pahiki, containing
35-100 of an aero more or less.
Ono pieco of land on Liliha street near
lands of Gaspnr Sylva of Wnlaluo and
Jonathan Shaw of Honolulu, boing R P
10S0 of L O A 1123 to Honu, containing 01
100 of an aero more or less.
Also two pieces of lands adjoining tbo
abovo, being R P 4407 of L O A 1727 to Ku
pau, containing 518 fathoms moro or less.
Theso tbreo pioces were loised by the ad
ministratrix of tho estato for 10 years from
January 1, 1805, at $120 por annum. Two
of tho heirs havo joined in said lease, and as
to tho remaining threo-ftftbs, the binding
effect of tho lease is questioned.
One pieco of land lu Knaipu, Manoo, be
ing a portion of UP 4470 of LOA 11029
(Seo. 1, Part 3) to J. Btevenson, containing
2.010 acres moro or less. Leased to Muna
Apai for 10 ypars from January 1, 1888, nt
$00 per unnum.
Ono piece of land In Kalollkl, Manoa. bclnc
IIP Grant G30 to II Haallllo, containing U.lu
acres moro or less.
Also one pieco of land In said Kalollkl,
Manoa, being It P (Irant 41 to .Make, con
taining 2.70 acres moro or lens.
Also ono pieco ofland in said Kalollkl, Ma
noa, being 11 P Grant 42 to Hannah Hooper,
containing 8.13 acres more or less. Of tbeso
lands two leases were made by deceased
cocrlng the kulu portions only. Ono Is for
10 j ears from January 0, 1891, at W0 per an
num and the other Is forO j cars from June
20, IbOl, at 15 per annum.
Of the remainder of said lands Uo-fifths
(undivided) were leased by tho liclrs for 10
j ears lrom January 1, 18'J5. at tbO per annum,
while tlirco-lliths remain undisposed of by
them, although the administratrix lias made a
lease purporting to comuy tho samo for 10
yeats from January 1, 1895, at fCO per an
num. Total aunual rental of the Kalollkl
lands Is I15, provided tho last mentioned
lease Is accepted, validity of flhlch bttnc
,ne,PIec of 'and In Lualaca, Manoa, being
It P Grant 251 to Amama, containing 7.W
acres more or less.
, )Twci. iS?.01'-Iftntl ln Knholwal, Manoa,
being RPW20 of LU A 4005 to Hakau, con!
talnlng 1.28 acres, more or less.
The undivided one-third lnteiest of Pekelo
Kakol, deceased, In that certain plecu of land
situate In Koloalu, Manoa, being It P Grant
19 to Makulu, containing 4.50 acres more or
This sale offers a good opportunity to In
vestors and adjoining owners of property.
There aro suitable locations for homesteads
In the valley of Manoa which Is noted for Its
cool breeze and healthy climate,
t3 Terms of salo aro cash paj able In U. 8.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expense of pur
chasers. Sale to ba subject to confirmation by the
For further particulars enquire ef tho un
dersigned at his oflke lu the Judiciary llulld
Ing IIBNRY SMITH,
Broth or Bor tram, Superior of
St. Louis Collogo, is very ill.
Sonatnr Baldwin and S. F.
Alflxandor wuro bnoked to leave
on the Wuinlonle today.
An old African ohief who fol
lowed Livingstone has just died.
Ho loaves forty-fivo widows.
All tho chiokons in tho wostern
furt of French Guinoa nro por
uctly wliito. It is impossible to
find ono with a colored feather.
Tho libol ngiinst tho schooner
Henriott-i was argued and sub
mitti'd boforu Jtulgo Whiting this
The Commissions of the now
judges will not bo issued until
Jutlgo Whiting has disposed of
the cases now ponding his de
cisions. An oxohnriRO snys it is doubt
ful if Congress could roliovo tho
President of tho messngo habit
evon if it gnvo him the gold
Carl Kloinme, who was arrost
od last night for nnluwfully land
ing in tho Hiwaiian islands, was
brought up fir hearing in the
Police Court this morning. The
cupo wis put off until! the 10th,
nnd in tho mean timo Klommo is
out on $5000 bonds.
In tho District Court this morn
ing tho caso of Hugh MoMillon
and Oaroliuo A. Laing for adult
ery was tried. Tho former plead
ed guilty but the latter wanted
a trial and was found guilty on
thn testimony of Captain Scott of
tho polico and other witnesses.
Judge Porry fined tho mon $30
and costi $2 50 and tho woman
$10 and $3 costs
Polo cornices for windows 6V
doors; from 4 foot to 12 foot long
with wood or brass trimmings at
King Bros , Hotol street.
Vestibulo rodj aro thoso littlo
brass rods used for sash curtains
Vonetian doors or wind ws. King
Bros, have thorn for salo with
G. Jl. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, cat
furnish best factory reforonces.
Ordres left at Hawaiian News Co.
will recoive prompt attention. All
work guarantoed to be the same
as done in factory.
City Curriago Co.. J. S. And.
rndo, manager. If you want a
haok with good horso and oaro
ful drivor ring up i'olophone 113,
corner of Fort and Merohnnt
streets- Haok at all hours.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., D6ntal
office C(ttBgo No. 100, Alakoa
street, teluphono No. G15. Office
hours 9 A m. to 4 P.M.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on tbo 4th day of Jaiiuary, A. D. 1890, tbo
underslcned sold to E. A. Jacobscn all bis
interest in the firm of Jacobscn & PfcifTur.
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