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.EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 1896,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Znmlooh nguin tonight.
H. L. Holstoin has roturned to
E. R. Hendry and fnmily ro
turnod from Hawaii yestordny.
Lin Tui Co., importors of pto
visions, otc, liavo a caid in this
Dr. Clifford Ryder locturca this
evoning at tho Y. M. 0. A. Hall
on "Ancient and Modioval Sur
gery." British Commissioner Hawes
dined with the Queensland states
men last evoning at the Hawaiian
E P. Dole, W. A. Kinnoy and
Ohester Doyle, who have been at
tending oouit at Ililo roturned
Zamlooh Co.leavos for Hilo and
towns on Hawaii on tho stoamor
Tuesday. Thy intend visiting
tho Volcano bofoie their roturn.
Tho band concort at Emma
square yestorday was a fuiluro, as
far as tho uttunduucu of tho
public was concornod.
L. S. August, tho well-known
toluphono man, is shortly to wed
Miss Emma Schoon, sister of Mrs.
E. E. Eiohards.
Hon. H. M. Nelson, Hon. T. J.
Byrnes and Hon. llobort Philp,
tho visiting statesmen from
Queensland, roturned yosterday
from their trip to the Volcano.
Company A did not take an
outing to Manoa jsti-rdoy as pre
viously arranged, but indulged in
a dinner at tho drill shod in
stead. K. Ogma & Co. give notice
that thoy revert to their old plan
of introducing Japanoso laborors,
wheroin tho plantora pay tho pas
Tomorrow ovoning Itov. Mr.
Birnio will preach tho second ser
mon of his serios on tho "Message
of tho Mummies" at tho Central
Malio Wiipa, sistor of Captain
Robert Parkor, difd at the home
of her brother Thursday night,
nftor a vory long illnoss and was
Sam Sun and Ah Hung pleaded
guilty this morning in Judgo do
la Vergno'8 conrt of having opium
in possossion. The former wqb
given thirty days on tho reef and
tho latter a fine of $50 and costs.
Lieutenant P. J. "Werlioh of the
Philadelphia, who waa recently
tried by courtmartial for being
intoxicated while on duty, was
sentenced to susponsion from duty
for sis months on half pay.
Thoro is no truth in the r&port
that Willium MoGurn, tho well
known printer, is doad and bu
ried. William ia very much alive,
although ho has only recontly re
covered from a severe ottaok of
illnoss which neoossitated quite a
stay in the hospital.
British Commissioner Howes
presented the visiting Queens
land statesmen to Ministor Ceoper
and other cabinet officers at tho
Exeoutivo 'building at 11 o'clock
this morning. The troops wero
drawn up in lino for tho occa
This aftornoon at 2 will be tho
last matinee and this evening
tho fare-woll soiree of Prof. Zara
lroh. Thoso missing this great
etitortainmont will surely regret
it. By request tho groat cabinet
font will bo presontod, and many
new triokb novor boforo presontod.
Officers have beon elected for
tho ensuing yoar by tho Pooplo's
Ice and Refrigerating Company,
as follows: J. A. McOandloss,
president; J. Alfred Magoon, vice
prosidont; E. A. Jonos, secretary;
L. 0. Abies, treasurer; T. W.
Mr. McLean, proprietor of the
Eagle House, has a card in to
day's issue. Ho offers high-class
board and rooms at a very low
rate. Mr. McLean has had tho
Eaglo House thoroughly reno
vated and repainted, and tho
large, light and airy rooms are as
pleasant as any in Honolulu.
Tho preliminary examination of
Mary Alvos, chargod with tho
larceny of $170 in gold from a
trunk belonging to another Por
tuguese woman, was ended this
morning. Judgo do la Vorgno de
, cidod that tho evidouco would not
warrant a commitmout for trial,
and tho dofendant was according
W. C. Parke ret.irnod on tho
Editors Farriugton and Ton bo
aro back again.
Thoro will bo no concort at
Emma Squaro today.
Gorman flags aro flying today
in honor of tho colebrution.
Tho Hawaiian band will play at
tho German oelobrution this after
noon. Zamlnch matineo at 2 p. m. and'
positively his last appoaranco at
8 this evening.
Ex-ministor Oastl'o and wife
wore among the Alameda's return
Eleven roturning tourists from
tho Volcano arrived on tho tCinnu
Cecil Lrown, receiver, calls for
claims against the Club Stables
Mattors aro vory quiet about
the M-irsuitls office and Police
Society nooplo aro all busy
over Monday's ball at Consul
King Bros, aro offering a very
good article inEho y Wall brock
ots at Fritco prices.
Extensive ropairs aro boing
mado to tho Briokwood premises
on Adams lane.
Tho ironwork and columns for
the front of the Mutch block ure
being delivored on tho ground.
Fisher, a boatuion, has boon ar
rested for assaulting a native. Ho
is out on $25 bail ponding trial.
J. L. Osmtr, formerly turnkey
at tho city prison, is now running
tho notorious "Bluo Gate."
Kauo, n native, is dotained at
tho station houso pending an in
vestigation as to his sanity.
Thoro is no admission feo to
the Gorman colebratiou this aftei
noon and everybody is welcomo.
Tickets for ''Meredith's Old
Coat" next Saturday are tolling
Basebnll this aftornoon at 3:30
at tho Kamehnmoha grounds be
twoen tho school, mno and the
Blundoll's Art Euamel PaintB,
useful for decorating old pieces of
furniture. King Bros., Hotel
Tho Government has granted
Hawaiian registry to tho lato Ni
garaguan baik Don Adolfo, with
John Lucas as registored owner.
Ton ohe fa players, all natives,
woro captured by the polico this
morning, togothor with a lot of
tickets und $11.65 in cash.
Six hundrod and forty-five Jap
uneso laborers nro duo hore about
Fobruary 7th on tho etoumer Gai
Officers of the Portuguese Mu
tual Benefit Sooioty of Hawaii for
the current year aro udvortisod
There will bo an oxcursion to
Waianae for the circus perform
ance Monday evening at a round
trip faro of 75 cents'.
N. S. Sachs has something to
say about laces and embroideries,
for which his storo is the head
quarters, in tho paper.
Polo cornices for windows or
doors; from 4 foot to 12 feet long
with wood or brass trimmings at
King Bros., Hotol atroot.
Tho Waianao excursions woro
both very well attonded yesterday,
many taking advantage of tho low
fares to visit friends along the
Colonol G. "W. Macfarlano ar
rived in San Francisco from Eng
land on tho night of January 2d,
having made tho trip from
Queonstown in the unprecedented
time of ton days and a half. His
actual traveling timo was nine
and a half days.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
will movo its officoa into tho up
por portion of tho Republio build
ing about April 1st. Tho bank
will conduot the samo business a
formerly, uuoh as recoiving do
posits from Japanese laborors
and issuing oxohango on all parts
of the world.
"Tho sontenoe of tho Court ia','
said Judge Porter, a popular Irish
magistrate, to a notorious drunk
ard, "that you be confined to gaol
for tho longest poriod the law al
lows; and 1 hopo you will spoud
your timo in cursing whisky."
"I will, sir; and Porter, too.1'
.$nHi, 'M liwl-.' i..a.ii!.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS AND
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In pursuance o( nu Onlor made by (ho
Hon. W. A Whiting, First Judgo of tho Cir
cnit Court (or tho l'lrst Circuit, In a cause
entitled Wong Wu Toy ct nl. vs. Kaili Ka
koi ot nl., duly lilol iu Haiti Court, on tho
21th ilny of December, 18!)3, tlio undersign
ed will offer for xulu nt pubjic auction, nt
innnkn outrauce to tho Judiciary Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All ot tho undermentioned nnd described
binds, situxtoiu tho Island of 0 dm, belong
ing to the cstato of tho Into 1'ncn.o Kakoi,
decenaed intestate As tho widow's dower
in said cstnto is to bo awarded to hor in
money, this Bnle will therefore includo her
interest iu nil tho lauds to be sold.
List of tho Lands.
Ouo honselot with dwelling thereon in
Kapuukolo, Honolulu, being It 1' 5G23 of h
0 A MS to Kiuopu, containing 40-1000 of
an ncrc, more or less.
Also ouo ieoi of land nd joining tho above
being U 1 7.T32 ot L U A (JU to Nnpnlii, con.
tabling "U-1000 of an ncro moro or less. En
trance to tho nmo is by nn nllcy wny lead
ing from ruakui sido of King street, below
Mnunnkon street, to Queen Rtrcot extonsion.
Tho following deeds covor said properly:
1 From J. Knouu, July 5, 1860, Liber
13, p. 82.
2J From Kenuanaknhl ot nl., Deo. 18,
1871, Liber 33, p. 410.
3 From Knlnma ot nl., April 20, 1874,
Liber 38, p. 220.
4 I'tom Keonipulu, Nov. 8, 1S7", Liber
43, p. 473.
Two pieces of lnnd in Malatnalaiun, Kni
Inn, Koolnupoko, being It. 1'. ."131 of I.. C
A. fioflu to Kakoi, containing 1.2S acres
moro or less.
Also two pieces of lnnd in said Malamala
mn, being It. 1. C002of L. O. A. 2G07 to
Wauu, containing 1.20 ncros moro or less.
Those four pieces nro leased for five yeois
iruin uuuunry t, tout, at iu per uuuuxn.
One pleco of land in Moanalua, being It.
P. 331 of L 0 A 1217 to Pulilki, containing
33-100 of nn ncro moro or less.
One pieco of land on Lilibn street near
lands of Gospnr Sylva of Wninlnn and
JonathnnShnw of Honolulu, being It P
1050 of L O A 1123 to Honu, containing 01
100 of an acre moro or less.
Also two pieces of lands ndjoining tho
above, being It P 4407 of L O A 1727 to Ku
pau, containing 548 fathoms moro "or less.
Theso three pieces were leased by tho ad
ministratrix of tho estato for 10 years from
January 1, 1893, nt S120 per annum. Two
of tho heirs have joined in said lenso, and as
to tho remaining three-fifths, tho binding
effect of tho lenso is questioned.
Ono piece of lnnd in Kanipu, Manoa, bo
ing a portion of K P 4 170 of L O A 1 1020
(Seo. 1, Part 3) to J. Btovonson, containing
2.010 nureH moro or less. Leased to Maria
Apni for 10 ypars from January 1, 18S8, at
$30 per annum.
Ono pleco or land in Knlolikl, Manoa, belnn
It T Orant 039 to H Haallllo, containing 2.10
acres moro or less.
Also ono pleco of lnnd In said Knlolikl,
Manoa, being II V Grant 41 to Make, con
taining 2.7G acres more or less.
Also ono piece of land In said Kalollkl, Ma
noa. being R P (Irant 42 to Hannah Hooper,
containing 8.IS acres moro or less. Of these
lands two leases wero mado by deceased
covering th kula portions only. Ono la for
10 ) ears from January 0, Ib'Jt, at $f0 per an
num and tho other U forO j ears from June
20, ib0, at?15 per annum.
Of the remainder of said lands tuo-fifths
(undivided) were leased by the heirs for IU
jcars trom January 1, 181)5. at fcsOper annum,
whilo thrcc-llfths remain undisposed of by
them, although tho administratrix has made n
lease purporting to convey the same for 10
years from January 1, 1805, at tiGO per an
num. Total annual rental of tho Kalollkl
lands Is JUS, provided the last mentioned
lease is accepted, validity of which being
One pleco of land In Lualaea, Manoa, belne
It P Orant 25t to Amama, containing 7.83
acres more or less.
Two pieces of land In Kaholnal, .Manoa,
being II P 6120 of L C A 4005 to Hakau, con
talnlng 1,28 acres, more or less.
Tho undivided ono-thlrd Interest of Pekclo
Kakoi, deceased, in that certain piece of land
situate In Koloalu. Manoa, belug H 1' Grant
10 to Mukulu, containing 4.50 acres moro or
This sale oilers a good opportunity to in
vestors and adjoining owners of property.
Thcro aro suitable locations for homesteads
In the valley of Manoa which Is noted for Us
cool breeze and healthy climate.
tj& Terms of sale arc cash pa able In U. S.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expense of pur
chasers. Salo to bo subject to confirmation by the
Vnr flirllinr tinrllnnlnpa Aiinilin nf ilm t.
dcrslgiu'd at Ids ofllee In tho Judleiary ltulld
ing. HENHY SMITH,
1 mMilniiimiltAlr1-'-'- !-
Genuineness is rare with
French perfumes. They nro
so good they arc imitated. Wo
have an exquisite assortment
direct from tho manufacturers.
Ther are Genuine. Wo sell
them same as ' American Per
fumes, and you ought to havo
Hohkon' Dituo Co.,
Headquarters for fine perfumes.
Dr. O. Clifford Ryder
Subject: "Ancient, Mcdiioval and
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
Members of Y. M. O. A. Froo.
With nil IU Mnltitudo of Glorious
Wonders will perform at
ONE NIQHT ONLY I
TentH KrtcUil AIoncMilo ltallwny
This exceptionally good show has Leon
conceded by tho pross of Honolulu to bo
one If not tiio best nmusomontentoTtainmont
ever brought under notico.
Hpocial trninn nt Excursion Pares will
nrovail over all tho railroad as follows:
Train will leao Honolnlu at 7 p.m. Train
will loavo Waianao at 7:15 p. m. Itound
trip tiokets to Kwa Plantation will ba sold
m follows: From Honolulu 75 cents, from
Wnianae 50 cents, from Pearl City 25 ceuts.
Trains will roturn immediately niter per
formance. Doors open at 7:30, comnjoncont 8 sharp,
Admission to tho Circus: (Inllory 50 ots,
Carpotcd Boats SI. Children half prico.
I3T IMPORTANT NOTICE.
KAUAI 0l'K LIHUE,
(And perform there only)
Wednesday, January 22d,
Returning Sunday, commencing
Farewell bsaion Honolulu, MON
DAY, January 27tlu 201 It
W. H. KICZARD,
General Business Agent.
"Will nttond to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all Businoss Mattors
All Business entrusted to him
tviII VAnmi'A TtvI- n..l nnf..1
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
J&.t.;' : JZtki
LACES & EMBROIDEEIES
N. S. SACHS,
520, Fort Stroet, .
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk XjaCGS, latest patterns in black, buttor, cream and
"Wash. Laces f overy description in white, cream
Torchon Traces I Toxchon Laces !!
New patterns, all grades.
Heal Maltese Lace nnd Insertions
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Embr Ol Clery JbCclg'illS atl Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Laco bead'ngs.
THIS SPACE HESERVED FOR
K N. B. Will toll you why
ZUM FOENP DNDpPBa
Wird eine Fcicr am
Sonnabcnd den l8.Januar
Von 2-0 Ubr Nachmittags im
freundllchst eingeladen sind. Alio Thoil
nebmer wordon ersuclit, nuf dom Kaiser
lickcn Konaulat elno Eiulnsaknrto in Em
pfang zn nebmen.
JIY WIFE, MAUIA BARRETT, HAVING
left my bed and board agalntt my will, I
hereby notify the public that I will not bo
responsible for any debts contracted by her.
Honolulu, January II, 1800. 200-lw
Oliango of location to
Accommodate tho public?
ENTERTAINMENTS WILL RE-COMMENCE
I'emple of JVty3tery!
Corner of Richards and Merchant
streets (formerly Erant' Japaneto
Theatre) which haa been remodeled
and ImproTcd and made comfort
able In all respects.
Wcdnesday Evening, Jan. 15th
And ovory night during tho week.
Change of Trograin oery night.
Children under i jcars, 25 rents. Tickets
for rencred thilrs 75 cents. On sale nt the
Ilobron Drug Com pan) . 200-td
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