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EVENING BULLETIN, .TANUAUY 21. 1896.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
What is tho mattor with
Tim Ohornl Sociotv will have
prnctico tonight at tho usual hour I
Prof. Borgor and tho Hawaiian
band loft on tho Kinau this morn
ing. Tho noxt band concert will bo
.at Emma squaro on Monday,
Tho Andrew Welch, Captain
'Drow, is expected to loavo on in
day at noon.
Tim Woman's Christian Tom-
poranco Union is in session this
afternoon at tho Gontral Union
J. W. Congdon, tho wiuo mor
chant, is fixing up his lot on Pros
pect streot preparatory to building.
Tho attondanco at tho Band
concert Avas vary good last night
but the music furnished was
TlioDukooE York's Btarap al
bum, wliich, oddly onough, ho has
recently disposed of, was ono of
tho most interesting in Europe.
A stitch in time saves nino and
ono advertisement in tho Bulle
tin is worth nino in any othor
mddium in Hawaii.
Professor Zamloch loft for Ha
waii by tho Kinau, and will doubt
less ropeat his Honolulu successes
wherever ho gives exhibitions.
M. H. do Young has bought the
nv-rnvnl hank taken to San Fran
cisco by L. H. Deo for 8300 for
tho Goldon Gate Park museum.
Professor Oliver Tracy of Pratt
Institute has invented a now
American soup from an old Chi
nese recipe, which is meeting
with high favor.
Miss Mary Huntley, tho poet, 'is
a nioco of tho lato Lydia Sigoiir
noy, known to litorary fame. Miss
Huntley is a native of Georgia,
but received her education abroad.
Tho Lowiston (Mo.) Journal
has picked out as candidate for
Mayor a man who sat down sud
denly on tho icy sidowalk, dis
tributed his packages widely and
did not swear.
Paulino Lucca, tho opera singer,
who has dropped out of public
notice sinco her retirement from
tho stage sevon years ago, lives in
Vionna, and is as handsome and
graceful as over.
Complaint is made that tho law
regulating tho erection of building
W1U11U U1U ouy J11U lumui ib uuiujj
viobited on tho building now go
ing up on tho old Electric Light
property on King streot near Ala
kea. Circuit Court Judgo Perry oc
cupies tho office room of tho lato
Supremo Court Justico Bickortou,
and Judgo Cartor that of ox-Judge
Cooper. Justico Whiting of the
Supremo Court' retains the office
room ho occupied whon Judgo of
tho Circuit Court.
0. S. Bradford, lato city editor
of tho Advertiser, is now in the
business dopartmontof that paper,
or rather of tho Hawaiian Gazette
Company, whore his onorgy and
fidolity will undoubtedly toll for
tho advantage of tho concern.
The storoopticou lecture on
Southern Palostino which was to
have been given by Rev. D. P.
Birnie in Y. M. 0. A. hall Satur
day evening has been postponed
on account of tho presentation of
the comedy of "Meredith's Old
Coat" at Indopondonco Park on
tho samo evening.
Tho circus performance at Ewa
was a success. A good sized au
dionco attended and prolifio ap
plause greeted each act. Tho seat
ing capacity was not as large as
at Honolulu but nearly ovory seat
was filled. Mr. Wirth opens here
tomorrow night for his farewell
Thoro is one Smith family in
Ohio that will never bo confound
ed with tho othor Smiths if its
members uro known by their first
names. The father is Eov. Jere
miah Prophot Elijah Smith. His
sons are named Most Noblo Fos
tus and Sir Walter Scott Bart, and
his daughters Juan Fernandez
Island and Terra del Fuogo.
Inspector Jack MoVoighs boys
over at tho quarantine station aro
having groat times now with an
ingenious sail contrivance whioh
thoy hoist on tho car whioh runs
on tho track from tho main build
ings out to tho ond of tho pier. It
is immense fun whon thoy go
skimming along at a speed ton
knots over tho water.
Alakea( street was carefully
swept this forenoon.
Tho Kinau took thirty-two pns
Bongors for tho Volcano.
Julian D. Hayno, wifo and bou,
havo gono to tho Volcano.
Geo. N. Wilcox of Kauai has
gono to tho Volcano.
J. J. Williams and 0. A. Brown
aro off to tho Volcano.
John Phillips, tho woll-kuown
plumbor, has a card in this issue.
Thoro woro only eight minor
cases boforo Judgo do la Vorgno
Tim Keo, merchant tailor of
200 King streot, has an ad in
Two deserters from tho Pioneer
Mill woro Bent over to Lahaina by
tho Kinau this morning. ,
Senator Baldwin has given ox
dotoctivo McEvoy a position on
tho Hamakuapoko plantation.
King Bros, aro ofioring a very
good nrticlo in Ebony Wall brock
ets at Frisco prices.
Miss Kato Fiold was unablo to
leave on tho Kinau today for tho
Volcano, owing to a slight hidispo
sition. Mrs. T. It. Lucas, wifo of tho
manager of th'o Hawaiian hotel, is
among thoso who left for tho Vol
cano. Henry Smith, tho popular clork
of tho Supremo Court, loft for Hilo
today for a woll-earned vacation.
Dr. Ilowat expects to leave Ho
nolulu shortly and invites all in
debted to him to mako immediate
Polo cornicps for windows or
doors; from 4 foot to 12 foot long
with wood or braes trimmings at.
King Bros., Hotol stroet.
Tho Hobron Drug Company
has a change of adv. in this issue,
in which thoy call attention to tho
virtues of Aloha Tooth powder.
Manuel Soaros recorded judg
ment in tho District Court yester
day against J. C. Pecnao for S5G.
71 for labor in making sidowalks.
A Japanese who rejoices in tho
name of Otsuka Jimkoski was ar
rosted for deserting tho sorvico of
tho Popookeo Sugar Company and
returned to work.
Chun Hop was found guilty of
having cho fa tickets in his posses
sion m tho District Court this
raorniug and sontonced to a fine
of $50 and costs.
In tho assumpsit suit of S.
Hooraana vs. Wong Chong, tried
in tho District Court yestorday
afternoon, defendant's motion for
a non-suit was granted.
L. P. Lincoln, a popular mem
ber of the Masonic Temple Squad
of tho Citizens' Guard loft on tho
Kinau today to tako charge o tho
landing at Honuipo, Kohala dis
Maria Barato was found guilty
in Judgo do la Vorgno's court this
morning of deserting her husband.
Sentence was suspended on mo
tion of tho prosecution. She was
afterwards given five days in jail.
All tho monoy for tho match
race on Saturday between Billy 0.
and Confodorato has boon put up
by thoir backers, and tho race will
come off about 4 o'clock. Tho
betting is ovon, although tho
backers of Billy C. aro most con
fident. Tho management of Wirth's
circus woro much pleased with tho
way in whioh thoy woro troatod
by tho O. It. & L. Co. on their
trip to Ewa yostorday, ovory thing
boing handlotlin firstolass shape.
Mr. Smith, tho gonial passenger
agent, is especially extolled on
account of tho very courteous
That portion of tho old Govern
ment Library, wliich is made up
of official documents from friendly
nations, is being dusted off and
shelved in the Chinese immigra
tion bureau of the Foreign Office,
situatod in tho Judioiary building.
Somo of tho United States Con
gressional and Department ro
ports, dating baok to tho dawn of
civilization in these islands, aro
rich mines of history.
Mrs. Brown is making considor
ablo alterations and improvements
to her well-known proporty at
Hotol ond Alakea Btroota. The
dons'o shrubbery on tho makai
sido has been cleared away and
replaced by flowor bods. Carpon
torB aro busy inside tho house.
This place was tho United States
Legatiou in Minister Rollin M.
Dagott's incumbency 1881; 1885.
Highest of nil in Lfavoning Power
Tho Misses Kitchen loft on tho
Kinau this morning for Hilo.
Samuol Park, 0. S. Desky and
J.AV.Mason loft by this morning's
steamor for Hawaii.
ChaB. N. Cooko and P. O. Jones
havo gono to Kahului to visit tho
An intoio?ting article on "Cana
da's War Equipment" will bo
found on tho third page.
Superintendent Wight of tho
Wilder Steamship Company loft
on thoKiimu today for a tour of
Tho Kinau had a heavy pas
songor list this morning and tho
Hawaiian band will mako tho pns
Tho program for tho first per
formance of tho farewell Boason of
Wirth's circus was not made up
in time for publication today. It
will appear in tomorrow's Bul
letin. Judgo do la Vorgno rendered
his decision this morning in tho
cusu oi iuiams, wno passed, a 51U
confederate bill on nnnthnr nml
was charged with being a gross
cheat. Tho dofondant was found
not guilty and discharged.
Tho Temple of Fashion is closed
today for tho purposo of taking
an account of stock. Its re-opon-ing
will bo announced in tho
Bulletin and will bo inaugurat
ed with a grand cloaranco sale, at
which thoro will bo bargains
Ofiicor Hammer dosorves tho
thanks of thoso who aro regular
attendants at band concerts for
his effort to keep tho hoodlum
dement in bounds. Last night ho
had considerable troublo with a
gang of boys and finally arrested
somo of thorn. Thoy woro kept in
tho Station House overnight.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22
IE" Read To-morrow's
Hotel St., near Fort. Tol. 302.
Nothing excels tho Hawaiian
Annual for varied information
relating to these islands; and tho
issuo for 1896; now ready, is fully
up to tho high standard of its
predecessors, and should bo in
ovory office and homo in tho land.
Its convenience and reliability
ns n reforenco hand book has had
commercial and official recogni
tion many years.
Price 75 cents nor copy, or 85
cents postage paiu to any address
THOS. G THRUM,
Publisher, Stationer, etc
Fort stroet, Honolulu. 192-2w
THE UNDERSIGNED EXPECTING TO
leavo Honolulu within eight weeks, re
quests all perHont indebted to hlin to mako
immediate settlement without fmthcr no
tlco. A. It. ltOWAT, D. V. S.
Jau. 21, 1800. 200-lw
LatettU.S. Go 'fcEorort.
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS AND
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In nursuanco of nn Order made by tho
Hon. W. A Whiting, First Judgo of tho Cir
cuit Uoun lor 1110 nrei oircuu, in n cause
entitled Wong Vn Toy et nl. ts. Kalli Kn
kol ot nl., duly filed in nnld Court, on the
21th day of Decombcr, 1893, tho undersign
ed will offer for Halo at public miction, at
mnuka entrance to tho Judiciary Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All of tho undermentioned and described
InndM, sltuatoin tho Island of Oahu, belong
ing to the estate of tho Into Pkkklo Kakoi,
deceased intcstnto. As the wfdow'H dower
in said ostato is to bo ft'Viirdod to lior in
money, this sale will theroforo Include her
interest in all tho lands to be sold.
List of tho Lands.
Ono housclot with dwolliuc thereon in
Knpuukolo, Honolulu, being 11 V 5023 of h
O A. G4S to Kinopu, containing 40-1000 of
nn acre, more or less.
Also ono piece of land adjoining tho nboro
being It P 7332 of L O A 0(J to Nnpnhi, con
tainiug 70-1000 of nn ncro more or loss. En
tranco to tho same is byinn alley way lead
ing from niakai sido of King street, below
Mnunnken street, to Qucon street oxtension.
Tho following deeds cover said property:
1 From J. Knona, July C, 16C0, Liber
13, p. 82.
2 From Kcnuanaknhl ot nl., Dec. 18,
1871, Liber 33. p. 410.
3 From Knlauia ot al., April 20, 1874,
Liber 38, p. 220.
4 From Kconipulu, Nov. 8, 187fi, Liber
43, p. 473.
Two nieces of land in Malamnlama. Kni
lua, Koolaupoko, being R. V. 5431 of L. C.
A. 5350 to ICnlcoi, containing 1.2S acres
more or less.
Also two pioccs of Innd in Haid Malamala-
ma, leiug It. P . C002 of L. O. A. 2G97 to
Wnnr., containing 1.20 acros moro or less.
The30 four piccoi aro leased for five years
irotn January i, isut, at $4u per annum.
Ono piece ot lnnd in Monnalua, being It.
P. 331 of L O A 1217 to Puhiki, coutainlug
35-100 of nn acio mora or less.
One piece of land on Liliha street near
lands of Gnspnr Sylva of Wnlalua and
Jonathan Shaw of Honolulu, being It P
1050 of L O A 1123 to Honu, containing 01
100 of an aero more or less.
Also two pieces of lands adjoining the
above, being B P 4407 of L O A 1727 to Ku
pan, containing 548 fathoms moro or less.
These three pieces were loused by the ad
ministratrix of tho estate for 10 years from
January 1, 1805, nt $120 per annum. Two
of the heirs havo joined in said lcaso, and ns
to the remaining thrte-flfths, tho binding
effect of tho leaso is questioned.
One pieco of land in Knaipu, Mnnoa, be
ing a portion of RP 4470 of LOA 11020
(See. 1, Part 3) to J. Btevonson, containing
2.010 acres mora or less. Lcnsod to Marin
Apal for 10 years from January 1, 1888, at
$50 por annum.
Ono piece of land In Kalollkl, JUnoo. belnc
It P Grant 039 to II Ilaallllo, containing 2.10
acres moro or less.
Also ono piece of lnnd In said Kalollkl,
Manon, being It P Grant 41 to Make, con
talnlng 2.70 acres more or lens.
Also one pieco oHand In said Kalollkl, Ma
noa. being It P Grant 42 to Hnnnnh Hooper,
containing 8.13 acres moro or less. Of these
lands two leases were mado by deceased
covering thx knla portions only. One is for
10 years from January 0, 1891, at f50 per an
num and tho other Is forO years from June
20, IS9I, atflS per annum.
Of tho remainder of said lands two-fifths
(undivided) were leased by the heirs for 10
years Irotn January 1, 1805. at 680 per annum,
while three-Ufths remain undisposed of by
them, although tlie,udralnlsiratrlx has made a
lease purporting to convoy the same for 10
ycats from January 1, 1695, at $200 por an
num. Total annual rental of tho Kalollkl
lands Is J 1 15, provided tho last mentioned
Icane Is accepted, validity of which being
One piece of land In Lualaea, Manoa, being
It P Grant 254 to Amama, containing 7.83
acres more or less.
Two pieces of land In Kaholwal, Manoa,
being It P WJrt of 1. C A 4005 to Hakau, con
talnlng 1.28 acres, more or lcs.
The undivided one-third Interest of Pckclo
Kukol, dcceacd. In that certain piece of land
situate In Koloalu. Manna, being H 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.
R? Terms of sale aro caih payable In U, S.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expense of pur
chasers, Sale to bo subject to confirmation by the
For further particulars enquire of tho un
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