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Hfl ' Ji'otlca Is hereby given that cm S TUK-
H ' 1DAY, Mnrch 21, 1800, nt 12 o'clock noon,
Hfci at front cntranco of Judiciary lluilding,
MjOj' Honolulu, will bo sold tbo following pieces
MA S allftnili
t.OT 1. Latidnt Kallhl, District of Koun,
Wthn, btii) a portion of laud of Kahnuikl,
akai of the Oo eminent ltoad to Ewn,
obtaining 4 2-10 acres. Upset price $2000.
Lot 2. Land in Maolo, District of Kau
y, Muni, containing 2 40-100 acres. Up.
jttt price $25 00.
Terum. Cosh in U. S. Gold coin.
P! ' s ,howiug nbovo lands for i may
Wwn nt llio I'ubllc L.iu1h Ollice, Judici
jxy Building, where f in ther particulars may
Ao bo obtained.
J, 1 B110WN,
S17-.'U Agent of Public Lands.
5l Euer?. Bulletin?,
DANIEL LOGAN. Kdilor.
THl'HSDAY, FED. 27, 18JM5.
NEW PENAL CODE.
One of the most important
uen-wres boforo tliis session of
&io Legwluturo is tho draft of a
now Pennl Code, submitted by a
Coiiiiui-siou consisting of Chief
Justice Judd and attorneys. Cecil
3)i()u and William Fostor. This
Commission was appointed by the
Hspcntivo of tlio Provisional Gov
wruiient on March '20, 1898, under
Uimpter 21, Laws of 1892, ap
proved by Quoon Liliuokalani on
Angiiot 0 of that year, tho Act bo
iag oountorsiyned by C. N.
Siieneer, Minister of tho Interior,
sinco died. Mr. Fostor was ap
pointed ns compiler by tho Com
mission, and on December 81,
.1891, ho presented to his colleague.-,
his draft of tho compila
tion, hi so doing he explained
Jlir i..ethod of tho work. For
ratifying ho hnd arranged, under
cl'wsilied heads, all tho penal
faws in force, and when elassitied
lis had, for revision, made ad
"litious, alterations and condensa
tions, based upon his ideas of
what seemed necessary, with
modern text-books and codes as
.guides, especially tho Penal Codo
California. Ho says in this
TODiiection: "Tho object has
leen, not so much to preserve our
odd ponnl laws, but rather to meet
o practical needs of tho country,
jiowed in tho light of niodorn
Ttiminnl legislation of other
Incidentally Mr. Foster assorts
ilo necessity for a recodification
xUo of tho Civil Code. It seems
lo him illogical and unnecessary
to punish any offense by both fine
and imprisonment. Tho court
sxu always put tho offense in one
of tho two classes that is, cases
swiuiring imprisonmontand cases
irlioro a fine is all that is needed.
3io had, therefore, in all cases ox
viapt laws passed within a recent
paiiod, mado tho punishment fino
wr imprisonment, and ho advises
lat all offense be made punish
ilile in that way. Also, oxeepting
ii recent legislation, ho had only
jut down tho maximum penalty
to bo imposed, thinking it best to
"Beavo the court to fix the minimum
3wnalty. Ho had changed tho Old
ikiw regarding felonies and mis
demeanors, drawing a sharp lino
between tho jurisdictions where,
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and tho extent to which, punish
ment should bo inflicted. It is
raro in practice, ho contends, and
seems inadvisable in theory, that
a dofondant should bo imprisoned
more than a year, or lined more
than n thousand dollars, with
out a jury trial. His classi
fication, thoroforo, is ns follows:
"A misdemeanor is nn offense
punishnblo by a district magis
tral, by lino not moro than ono
thousand dollars or imprisonment
nt hard labor not moro than ono
yoar. Other otTonsos aro felon
ies." Instead of a plurality of do
grces of an offonse, ho would in
most cases niako but two degrees,
ono n felony, ono a misdemeanor.
Mr. Foster condcinns "tho parti
cularity, verbosoness and anti
quated modes of expression that
aro so common in our ponnl laws."
Ho had freely condensed and
modernised wherever it seemed to
him that it was advisable, seeing
"no reason why a statuto should
not bo simple and capable of be
ing understood by any person of
'Mint .SIiimiIIiik Mulch
Tho shooting match bctweon
Company B of this City and the
Citizens' Guard of Hilo was to
conio off on Saturday, Fob. lo.
Tho Honolulu end of tho affnir
cauio off 0. K., but at tho last
moment the Hilo boy-, decided to
postpone their shoot ono week in
order, so somo members of Com
pany 15 say, to find out tho scoro
of Company 15. Company 13 mado
421 points. When tho Hilo boys
wont out to shoot someone told
tho native marker to make all the
2"s fours and tho 8's fives. It was
not discovered till tho shoot was
finished and the target brought in.
According to tho marker they had
mado 482 and wore- as happy as
clams. Tho match will undoubt
edly have to bo shot over.
In his report to tho Legislature
Chiof Justice Judd gives the num
ber df volumes in the Law Libra
ry as '1S83, an increaso of 25S vol
umes bincu his previous report.
Ho asks for nn appropriation of
$2000 for now books this period,
saying thatroportsof tho Supremo
Courts of tho Southern States and
somo English reports nro nepded.
Tho Chief Justice wants an Act
passed to requiro all attorneys
practicing in tho Supremo Court
to pay a reasonablo sum annually,
tho proceeds of which to bo do
voted for the pay of a librarian,
and tho excess if nny to bo ex
pended in tho purchaso of books.
Concert at Mulcer lalnnd.
The usual monthly concert nt
Makeo Island will be givon by tho
Hnwaiinn band this evening nt
7:30, with tho following program:
1 Overture "Fr.i l)luol" Aubcr
'J Artnjilo "Sonntn l'jtlicliiUi!"..UvL,tliouii
U llulliul "On tlio Sea" Schubert
4 FuutasU "TuelthoU" l'ettce
B Medley--"Plantation Ronjjj"....Coterno
0 Wulu "MuKie Island" Merger
7 Fantasla-"Mlll In the Forest"
8 March "Manhattan lleuch" Sou...
A (iootl Tiling.
Now, don't you mahe a uilrtnkc by linoitin
liu; tliut some bedi ntu Jui-t un ooil as
"lieluler" or "Oljinplc." Itemcimer that the
Seattle Drew Ing and Malting Co, hae made
It a (study ol how to lucn only the puiei-taiul
he.dthleat heir. Others may tiy to Imitate,
but can they ? Perhaps, by leljlng on their
luinglmitlon. If tli.it 'ts the i'He, nn aitUt
might never be out ot cixh. lie could ill aw
money anytime lie wanted to.
To put it bi Icily, you had' better let somo
one ele do the imagining; seo to It that you
cet the bi-st and puiest and In that way your
health will not be apt to suller.
For It !
Klegcnt display of
WatcIiQg and Jewelry,
Of ovory ileBcription.
I lmo just received a very fino and com
pleto lino of now goods, which, for iuality
andprico, wcie v
In Honolulu, Tho handsomest lot of
liver seen here.
ROB ROY iLAiR dLOC
From Ono Djllar Up.
J. E. GOMES.
J0!) FOKT ST.
TOpY, FEB. 29.,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P. M., Git AND
. StereoiDticon .
Re. Doiiqus P . B ifie
I'hotogrnplm takou nud Hlides uiado by
ono of tho ucst professiouals in tho United
Do not miss tlio opportunity of seeing tho
magnillcent pictures and hearing Mr. lliinlo
dehuribo his travels in Palestine.
ADMISSION 23 GENTS.
237-U Membors of Y. SI C. A. frco.
WE OFFER FOB SALE
New .', Shipment
Of tho Well-known
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Wiley's - improved
DD11SLE BOAESS, AHIUSTABLE FOE ....
Pants & Skirts
J3T VOU SALE nv
Hopp & Co.
71. Kiug Street, or
J. W. WILEY at F. II.
Bortcl matin's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
.... nv Tin: ....
Honolulu Cricket Club
THISTLE CLUB BOOMS,
Saturday Evening, February 29th,
At 7.30 o'clock.
Tickets, - Sn.50.
Can now be obtained from Members of the
Committee and at the (iolden ltule liaraur.
On Friilny niul Snturdny, Fob.
28th niul 29th, nt 12 o'clock noon
ench dny, nt my Hnlesrooms on
Qtteon street, I will hold snlos of
Benl Estnto, comprising lnnds in
Honolulu nnd throughout tho IbI
nuds. Pnrtios desiring to disi)oso of
Benl Estnto nt theso Bnles will pass
in thoir lists ns early ns possible
Jas. F. Morgan,
1st Lot and llulldtuss at tho foot of I'uncli
bowl street, I lioune rriited at 315 per month; 1
houte rented at $13 tier mouth: 1 Iioiiki' rented
at $18 per mouth. Tlicsu nrc low rentals.
Snd IIouso and lot nt Aala near thu St
bonis College, rented at 819..VJ per month.
3rd 1Iotic and lot nt Aala, rented at $12
4th Tarn land at Katnakela, planted lth
tnro, about 1 acre. I.nstlear' crop sold mr
Mh SU acres of land on Judd street iul
Inlnliu the residence of A S Hurt well K.
The whole propel ty commands a line lew.
As an Investment, can be dh Ided Into smaller
lots nt a large profit.
filh. I l'iece of band at Knllhl near Kln
street, containing 24-100 acre, l'nrt of K. I'.
3.54II h. C. A. IUIPS to Nahlnil.
A Splendid residence site.
7. Dbts 0 nud 7, Ulock 23, oc tho l'cnin.
Billn, l'enil City.
8. -I."-100 acres Tnro Lnnd nt l'mutni,
above Judd street.
U. 7 11-10 ncrcs of Laud nt Kulih', pnr'ly
planted to pineapples.
10. 5 Building lots nt Knlihi on K.. I
avenue, near King utreet. Si7o of loti, ();
100. Ciovcinment water laid to lots.
11. Lot No. IS in lllock No. 21,
l'cnrl City, coinmnnds n lino vlow of tbo
city nnd l'enil Harbor, i
12. .'I llcsldcnce Sites nt Auwnioliuin,
on lano loading from Punchbowl t,trcet.
Aicu about (S0OU hquaio feet ouch.
H. The Nnone premUcsnt l'aitoa. On tl o
main I'auoa lload. Size of lot loo2oo. A
Iao Mori itwellhig bouse no the luupert.
Premises formerl occupied by Mr. 1. Opfer
Relt. 14. 14 ltesidcneo lots nt Kallhl In front if
residence ol (ieo MarMinm. Ono lot sle
UoxlSo hn n large two stoiy dwelling house
15. 2o licBldetuo sites nt Knlllil, adjc lnl'ig
resilience of Mrs Nakulua. hire ot lots
Important Salo of Coffeo Lands, Cano
Lands, Rice Lands and House Lots.
lly ordir ol owners In Ieo elmplu of the
lolloning designated property, I Mill sell at
Public Auction at my Salcs-Koom, on Friday,
February !.", 1SH0, at IS o'clock noon of said
day, the following properties:
1st Nine Shares In tho Hill of Holualoi,
Kona, Hnwalt, whlih contain about ISO
Acres; n part of It Is very good Cotleo I.aud
and second to none In Komi fur Coffic, being
a patt ot Kuleaun 7713 to Vletorln Kama
mnlii. 2nd All tho undivided one-lnlf of Wong
Wa Foy In Apaua 2diicilbcd In Honl Patent
C8l on 1. C. Award I7ftS to Kalaeone, eon
tnlulng an area of 1 70-100 Acres, nt Wulklkl,
Oahu; the piece being leased for 10 jears
from November 1st, 1889, at $50.00 per
3rd All the undivided nne-fouith Interest
of Wong Wn Foy In lloynl Patent
3117 to Kauiohomoho, containing an area of
47 100 Acre, nt Wnikikl, Oahu; tho piece be
ing leased to Kong Man Wal for $20.00 per
year, for 10 years from 188U.
4th :i!W Actes In ;5 Koun, Hawaii, and be
ing the Ahupuan of Kauleoll, near llonau
nau, about 100 acres good Cotlce Laud; the
rest Is good for pasturago and house-lots; the
laud hos a good sea-tlshery. There arc two
good bouses on hind and wells. There are
S acres of old Collee In bearing. The crop
of 1MI5 amounted to about 1300 pounds; there
aro also about III acres of new Collee.
5th 8S100 Aero nt Kallhl, described In
Hojnl Patent uiKS) to Kue 1' Campbell; and
llngontho Ewtisldoof Mm Coekett's land.
Ctli Fiu Iotsnt Ivapalamn on the Train
ay line. The Lots aie 50x110; one lot Ii.ik a
house on, nud Is reined at f 120 pir numiin, II
a $3i'0 house be built on inch lot, the) would
earn $I"0 a lot, a better imcstmciit than any
kind of stock.
7th File Lots In Kamanuwal, sltuntid
80 feet finin Heretanla street. The lots tire
nbout 35U0 square leet each; one lot bus a
house on, theie Is a mini 20 feet wide leading
lioiu Ileititnnlu street along these lots.
8th A part of Nuuanu stream, Ijlugmau
kn of Smith's bridge, and part dry land ma
kat of Lai Say's Joss lloiiie; the lot Is about
120 feet by 25S feet. In cae thu Niiuauu
stream Is mocd over ns decided by the Gov
ernment, this will bo u lir.u hiM'stment.
Dili. 054 acres In thu Ahupuan of Hono
lulu, Ineliullni; 80 acres w hleh were i-et jn part
for the seller; 30 iieiesoflt Is planted with
Collee, the cion otwldelilor 1805 was over
5000 pounds; tin) cstlmntu for 1807 Is about
15,000 pounds; there nru two houses on tho
prcmlici, ono n dwelling house ami one lor
thu hiboieis; thero is also a water taidv of
5000 gallons. The 811 acie lot Is failed up,
the lent nru pasture and forest lauds,
10th Seven Lots at Kallhl. The lots nie
.Mix III i nud ljlnr. mnl.nl ol Hose street, and
on the Ewnsideof I) II Kalmulello piemises;
and uioiu puitlculatly dcscilbed in ltoyal
Patent 3548 to Jeny Cuughlin; the lot may
be sold In whale or In separate lots.
11th A lot ofSOOxSOO feel on Kallhl or Ka-
mehamelm IV road, innkul of the Kallhl
church; the lot Is fenced on all sides; it Is the
best lot nt Knlllil.
I2th The undivided four ncres of Wont;
Wa Foy In Itojnl Patent 2130 to Kumnhlnl
and Laid, of thoso premises slluuted at
Wiillun, Hilo, Hawaii; thu whole p-emhes
being leasid to the llnkidnii Plantation liv
lease dated March 13th, tb'J.I, and reumlul
In Liber 110, ingu 4s7, at $i.25 per acre per
Milium; the rent duo to Wong Wa l-'oy's
biiaru i not pam jei,
13th Thu undivided onu nnd ono-hnll
ncrcs of Wong Wn Foy In Kojal Patent 1)10
to Manuhoa In those premises situated at
Kamacc, Hilo, Hawaii; the whole lot of 22 23
acres being leased to the Hakalau Plantation,
by lease dated March I3th, lb'J3, and icioid
ed In Liber 140, p.igu IM, nt $2.25 per ncio
per year; tho rent due on Wong Wa Foy's
share for the last year Is not paid.
For further particulars apply to Wong Wn
yoy at Wing Wo Tal & Company,
Jas. F. Morgan,
Dated Honolulu, Feb. 3,1S'.'0. 217-td
IS ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 13 o'clock noon of (aid day at my sales
rooms nn Queen street, in Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at private sale) the follow
ing described property, namely:
A tract of laud of alwut S.HtiO acrci In feo
simple situate at Kolo nnd Olelomoami 1 In
South Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by n good road from Hookcna, one of
tho largest villages In Kona. Thcro is nn ex
cellent landing on the land Itself from where
the codec nnd other produce could he shipped
and n good slto for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty ncrcs of land nro In cotTeo. Koughly es
timated thero Is about seven hundred ncres of
splendid coffee land llngall on ono block on
both sides of tho Government lload. Eight
hundred acres lying nbovo and to the East of
the seven hundred ncrcs above mentioned Is
nlo excellent land and although nt n higher
attitude Is no doubt nlr-o well adapted for
colTiu culture. Hie lower land below the
coffee belt Is suitable forplucapplcs and slsnl.
'I hero Is n drying house, store nnd work
rooms, nOoidon's Pnlper, laborers' quarters
nnd water tanks nt the pliintntlon, and the
laud Is parti) walled. Theio has ncicr been
any blight on this hind, although coffeo wns
planted a gnat many. T ears ni'o. Old residents
of Kiinri In u the late I). 11 Nahlnti, J. W.
Kti.dlM'Mi nnd otln-r hnve test Hied tn till
f ot. T'uri. In u pi a lishery appurtenant to
liiloiiiiMinn I ,
I. inn. i-urli or part of the purcline price
eiin i viii. in on inmlguirc ntelilil per cent per
niiniiiii Di-ids 11 ad stamps at the expense ot
piiielMFi i .
A m.ip of the property can he seen and fur
tliei tmrtieiilars obtained nt tny sales rooms.
J. F. MORCAN,
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz.
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DOM'T HITiTE MOMEWT
About tho best nlnce to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
California : Feed
8.LB. de Hawaii
ALL HILLS AGAINST THE
Sliould bo preseutod nt any time
Board of Directors
TintouciH P. O. Box 219.
V. O. TEIXEIRA,
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