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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 14. 1886.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Now moon tonight.
Company B drills tonight.
Company G will havo drill to
night in uniform.
Special mooting of Compuny A
Battalion drills for balanoo of
this month aro doclarcd off.
J. S. Martin, tho army tailor,
is undor tho weuthor today.
Excursion ratoB to Wainnao and
roturn on tho 17th will bo $1.25
A largo excursion to tho volcano
and cotfeo plantations is boing
Tho Coptic is ono day ahead of
timo, and if given n ohnuco might
boat the China's record.
The Coptic rnado tho nassago
from Yokohama in 9 days, 15
hours and 3 minutes.
Annual mooting of tho Hono
lulu Cricket Club at tho Arling
ton hotol tonight at 7-30.
Professor flcsmer will give a
reception to his Sunday School
ncholars this evening at 7:30.
Tho attendance at tho band
concert at Emma squaro laBt
night was largor than UBual.
Tho bnrk Aldon Besse, Captain
Potter, were probably pail for San
Francisco at noon tomorrow.
Thrro will bo a meeting of the
Kilohana Art Leaguo at the rooms,
on Thursday, Janury 16, Ht 8 p.m.
The spocial Women's Trayor
Mooting at tho Central Union
ohurch commenced this afternoon
Tho constantly increasing ship
ments of coffoo from Hawaii are
attracting moro attontion to that
Tho next ontextainmont of the
Kilohana Art Loaguo will tako
placo in tho near future. Its
oharaoter is aB yet a secret.
Mr. Woldon, an artist of note,
who has boon illustrating Julian
Ralph's lettors from China, is a
through passonger on the Coptic.
Auctioneer Morgan will soil a
quantity of corrugated iron from
tho bark Aldergrovo at Browor's
wharf tomorrow morning at 10
The tonnis tournamont has beon
set for March. Cluba from the
othor islands will compete with
the local ones for tho champion
ship of tho Ropublic.
Now that the prince has gone
sooioty pooplo can turn thoir whole
attention to tho celebration of tho
17th, and think a littlo about the
races on that day.
"Wall-Nichols Co. have made an
addition to thoir store. They
have had built on to their pre
mises a 20x3G addition to accom
modate their big stock of papor.
J. F. C. Abel, bookkeeper for
Hyman Bros., and Mies M. Sulli
van, who arrived on tho last Aus
tralia, are to bo married this even
ing at the Catholic Mission.
An operation known as trepan
ning the skull was performed on
James Lano yostorday by Doctors
"Hnrliprt. flnnner and Russel and
tho patient is improving both
montally and physically.
Tho Government of Viotoria,
Australia, Bent 500 carcases of
frozen meat diroct for tho poor
of Manchester, England, as a
tokon of tho beginning of closer
OonBul and Mrs. Schaofer will
give a reception and ball next
Monday evening, for which mLcul
throe hundred invitations will bo
issued. It will be a great society
Tho little Bon of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Halstead died at tho Ar
lington last night, aged two yoars
and two months. Tho funeral
took plaoe from the rosidonco of
W. O. Lackland, Berotaniastroot,
at 3 p. m. today and as conduot
ed by E. A. WilHamB.
Terry Kevon is ono of tho best
naturod liquor mon in Honolulu.
This undoubtedly arises from tho
fact that ho iB Irish and glad of it.
Ho at prosont has charge of the
Commercial Saloon and patrons
of that popular resort have
nothing but praiBe for the genial
Terry; ho will draw you a glass
of oool lagor or mix you a fancy
drink and at tho aamo timo
amuBo vou with an anecdoto and
is always roady to listen to your
Bacos on Friday.
Friday will ho a legal holiday
Sonator H. P. Baldwin loaves
for his home this evoning.
Paul Iaonburg, Seuior, loaves
by tho Iwalani for Hamakua.
A Catholic Archbishop from
India ia on board tho Coptic.
Mail to tho coast by the Coptic
closes at 3 o'clook tomorrow aftor
noon. There wero only eleven cases on
tho Polico Court calendar this
Mrs. Fred Car tor and Mis9 H.
L Lowers are bookod to leave on
tho Olaudino this aftornoon.
Coach Oartor of tho Healania
will comruonco work this owning
with Clews from that boating club.
Tho work of fitting up tho King
stroot storo to be occupied by W.
W. Dimond has beon commenced.
Pacific Lodge of Masons had
a regular mooting Inst night and
conferred threo degreos.
Thcro have boen four mercantilo
failures this month so far, and it
U said moro aro coming.
Dr. Bowio, who was surgeon on
tho Belgic whon tho cholera made
its appearanco hero, is on board
Send n copy of tho holiday
edition of tho Bulletin to your
friondB abroad by tomorrow's
The extra large xtnount of freight
on tho Coptic is accounted for
by tho near approach of the
Chinese Now Year.
Lioutonant Ernosl Eonkon has
been promoted to the captainoy
of tho Mounted Patrol and took
chatgo as such this morning.
A. G. M. Bobortson waa last
night elected nttornoy of tho
Pioneer Building & Loau Associa
tion, vice A. W. Carter, rosigned.
Tho chargo of desertion on
which Mrs. M. I. de Cambra was
arreatod yesterday has boon dis
missed and tho woman released.
A number of the formor soholars
of St. Louis College had a pleas
ant rounion at tho homo of James
A. Thompson last Saturday even
ing. Tho groat Holland sack mys
tery will b performed by Pruf.
Zamlooh tonight at tho Japaneso
theatre, Bichards and Merchant
Samuel G. Wilder was given a
pleasant dinnor party last oven
mg by his mother at tho family
residence, to which a number of
his personal friends wero invitod.
A telegram to London from
Victoria (B.C.) statoB that Her
Majesty's cruiser Royal Arthur
will remain there all tho winter,
roady to procood bo tho Fur EaBt.
Evans' Japaneso thoator has
boon rofitted and arranged for the
Ziunloch performances, tho first
of which takes placo tonight.
Comfortublp Boats aro provided
for nil who attend.
Tho storo known as tho Dai
Nippon has boen closed out by
creditors. Miss Cahill was pro
bably ocoupy tho whole of the
vacant spaco with her largo and
increasing millinery businoss.
Tho hoavy floor timbora of tho
new Caatle it Cooko wnrohoufo
havo been placed in position and
work on tho stono front commenc
ed. It will be similar in appoar
ance to tho Mutch block.
A dotachment of sailors and
marines from tho Bennington
wero given shoro drill on the
waterfront this morning, and
when aeon by tho roporter looked
as though thoy didn't like it a
Tho mngnificont water color
paintings and tho grand Yosomito
picturo in oil, by Hugo Fivher,
now on exhibition at tho rooms of
tho Paoific Hardware company,
will be sold at publio auction on
Saturday next, at 1U a. m.
Civil judgments havo boon re
cordod in tho Distriot Court this
woek aB follows. In favor of Ng
Tan and against Ong King ot at.
for $183.80, and in favor of
Domingo Mattos against Jose J.
Carvalho for $219.38, both on
Canary birds of varied plumage
wero much in evidence on the
Coptic, Thoro was also a solitary
mynah bird thero, whioh waB very
rcstivo in its cage, as if wanting
to seo somo of tho folks in Honolulu.
Highostof nil iu Leavoning Power. Latest U.S Gov't Boport.
sea Ota COMMISSIONER'S
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO UHDrMD
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In pnrsuanco ot nn Onlor miulo by tho
Hon. W. A Whiting, Fir.it Judgo of tho Cir
cnit Court fur tho 1'lrxt Circuit, in n cause
entitled Wong Va Toy ct nl. vs. Kaili Kn
koi ct nl., iluly filo'l in unlit Court, on the
24th tiny of Dccombor, 1803, the undersign
od will offer for snlo nt nubile auction, at
mitukn enhance to tho Jmlioiary Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All of tho undermentioned and desciibed
lands, situitoin tao Island of Oihu, belong
ing to the estnto of the Into Pkkf.lo Kakoi,
deceased intcstato. As the widow's dower
in Bald estnto is to bo awarded to hor in
money, this solo will therefore includo her
interest iu nil tho hinds to bo bold.
List of tho Lands.
Ono houselot with dwelling thereon In
Kapuukolo, Honolulu, being It V 3(!2S of L
O A IVI8 to Kinopu, coutaining 40-1000 of
nu acre, more or less.
Also ono tieo of hind adjoining tho nbovo
being It V 7.132 of 1, 0 A CO to Napahi, con.
taiuing 70.1000 of nn ncro moro or loss. En
trnnco to tho mrno is by nu nlley way lead
ing from makai Bido of King Btreot, below
Maunnkea street, to Queon stroot extension.
Tho following deeds covor said property:
1 From J. Knona, July 5, I860, Liber
13, p. 82.
2 From Keannnoknhl ot nl.. Deo. 18.
1871, Liber 33, p. 410.
(. From Knlnmn ot nl., April 20, 1874,
Liber 38, p. 220.
4 From Keonipulu, Nov. 8, 187i, Liber
43, p. 473.
Two pieces of Innd iu Mnlamnlnmn, Kni"
lua, Koolntipoko, being R. 1. 5431 of L. C
A. r5T0 to Knkoi, coutnining 1.28 acres
Also two nioces of Innd in Raid Malamala
ma, being It. P . CC02 of L. O. A. 2007 to
Wana, containing 1.20ncres moro or less.
These four pieces nro lensod for five yews
from Jnnunry 1, 1891, nt 40 per nnnuiu.
Ono pioco of land in Monnalun, being It.
V. 351 of L O A 1217 to Pnhiki, containing
35-100 of an acre moro or less.
One pioco of land on Lilihn street near
lands of Caspar Sylva of Wbialun and
Jnnnthnn Shaw of Honolulu, being It P
1650 of L O A 1123 to Honu, containing 01.
100 of on aero moro or less.
Also two pieces of lands adjoining the
above, being R P 4467 of L O A 1727 to Ku
pan, containing 548 fathoms moro or less.
These threo pieces were loused by the ad
ministrntrix of tho estate for 10 jcars from
January 1, 1895, nt S120por nnnum. Two
of tho heirs fcnvo joined in snid lease, and as
to the remaining threo-flfths, tho binding
effect of tho lease is questioned.
One pieco of land in Kaaipu, Manon, be
ing a portion of R P 4470 of L O A 1 1029
(Soo. 1, Pnrt 3) to J. Stevenson, containing
2.010 ncres more or loss. Lensed to JIaria
Apai for 10 ypars from January 1, 1888, at
$50 per unnum.
One piece or land In Knlollkl, Manoa. bclnc
RP Grant 039 toll Haallllo, containing 2.1u
acres moro or less.
Also ono piece- of land In said Kalollkl,
Manoa, being R P Grant 41 to Make, conl
tabling 2.70 acres more or less.
Also ono piece of land In said Kalollkl, Ma
noa. being It P Grant 42 to Hannah Hooper,
containing 8.13 acres more or less. Of theso
lands two leases wero made by deceased
covering the knla portions only. Ono Is for
10 years from January 0, 1891, at SCO per an-
.,,mmcn?dt.Il.0,otherU r,,r0 VCRrs rroro Juo
SO, 1894, at 815 per annum.
Of tho remainder of said lands two-fifths
(undivided) wero Uased by the heirs for 10
years trom January 1, 18'J5. at 180 per annum,
while three-fifths remain undisposed of bv
them, although tho administratrix has made i
lease purporting to convey tho same for 10
years from January 1, 1895, at $200 per an
num. Total annual rental of tho Kalollkl
lands Is $115, provided the last mentioned
lease Is accepted, validity of which belne
One piece of land In Lualaea, Manoa, being
R P Grant 251 to Amama, containing 7J3J
acres moro or less.
Two pieces of land In Kaholwal, Manoa,
being It P (H20 of I, C A 4005 to Haknu, con'
taluhig I.'.'S acres, more or less.
The undivided one-third Interest of Pekclo
Knkol, deceased, In that certain piece of land
situate In Koloalu, Manoa, being R P Grant
10 to Makulu, containing 4.50 acres more or
This sale offers a good opportunity to In
vestors and adjoining owners of proporty.
There aro suitable locations for homesteads
In tho valley of Mauoa which Is noted for Its
cool breeze and healthy climate.
KIT Terms of sale aro cash pnj able In U. 8.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expense of pur
chasers. Sale to bo subject to confirmation by the
For further particulars enqnlro of tho un
dersigned at his oOleo In the Judiciary Build
lug. HENRY SMITH,
BlundeU's Art Ennmol Paints,
nsof ul for, decorating old pieces of
furniture. King Bros., Hotel
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottage No. 100, Altikoa
street, tflcphono No. GIG. Office
hotus 9 am. to 4 p.m.
Pole cornices for windows or
doors; from -1 foet to 12 foot long
with wood or brass trimmings nt
King Bros , Hotol street.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
ind Nuntinii streets, lodging by
Jay, woek or month. Terms: 25
and 60 conta por night $1, nnd
$1.25 por week.
Vestibule rods nro thoso littlo
brass rods usod for snsh curtains
Vonotinn doors or windows. King
Bros, have thuin for snlo with
City Uarringo Co., J. S, And.
rado, manngcr. If you want a
hack with good horso and oaro
ful driver ring up l'olophouo 113,
corner of Fort nnd Merchant
streets- Hack at all hours.
Change of location to
Accommodate tho public.
tfemple of mystery I
Corner of Itichards and Merchant
streets (formerly Evans' Japaneso
Theatre) which has been remodeled
and Improved nnd made commit
ablo In all respects.
TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 14th.,
And ovory night during tho wook.
Change of Program every night.
Children nnder 13 years, 25 cents. Tickets
for reserved chairs 75 cents. On sale at tho
Ilobron Drug Company. SOO-fd
Dr. Geo. P, Andrews
Office: Masonic Building.
Office hours : 10 to 12 a.m., 3 to 4 p.m.
Residence with Prof. W, D. Alexander,
Punahou street. 200-tf
BROWN & KUBEY !
Carry an immense
stock of ....
of every description.
An inspection invited.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE
In the Arlington Block, Hotel street
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
Uy order of Jtfessrs T. H. Davles it Co., Ld.,
I will sell at public auction
at Brewer's u barf
On Wednesday, Jan. 15 th,
At 10 o'clock a. m., a quantity of
In 6, 7, 8, 0 and 10 feet lengths damaged
on voyage of importation per bark "Aldor
grove" from LUerpool.
Jas. F. Morgan,
A WEEK OF BAEGAIN!
, mowm mwmmEQ? qb&
520, Fort Stroot,
Towels, Table Damasks and Bed
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
Tho Turkish Both Towol that wo ofTer during tho weok for S1.85 por do7ou, can't b
heat. Tho ono for $2. CO a dozen is an extra aizo Towol, nnd worth n good deal moro.
Tho Red Tablo Damask for 33 cents n yard, it n big bargain. Tho half bleached Table
Damask nt 40 cento n yard is nil linen and a special bargain.
Bod Hproado from SI. 00 upwards.
Rememher Ihete Rtductions arc for
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
N. B. "Will tell you why
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofilco on Kaahumanu street, lately occu
pied by Mr. Thurston. 104-tf
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwjno. Ma
chines and Embhoideiiy "Work
at tho World's Fair, CbicnRO, 111.,
being tho largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
moro than dotiblo the numbor
givon to all othor Sewing Ma
chines B. BEItdERSON,
my31 tf Bothol st Honolnln.
Cor. Nuunnu and Iterctnula Sts.
T. VKEVEN, manager.
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On Draught and the Standard Brands of
FINE WHI8KIE8, ORANDIES. WINE8 AND
TABLE CLAHKT A SPECIALTV.
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Telephone 073. 200-tf
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Future -:- Movements
KAUAI VISIT abandoned on account of
not using able to make satisfactory terms
wua steamer company.
'will in all probability
Visit Ewa, Monday Next
When Bpecial train arrangements
will be cntorod into to convey in
tending parties from Wniauao and
BT eerwoll Seasea
Wednesday, January 22d,
1'revloim to deputiug for Yokohama.
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