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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 189G.
PmoK 5 Gents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Publlflhod every day except Saudny nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, 1L I.
Per Month, ittiywhwu In tho Hii-
wallnn Ib1mk1s .' 3 ".
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Per Ycnr, postpaid to Araoriun,
Ganiula, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countrloa 13 00
Pnynblo Invnrlnbly In Ailvnnoo.
Telephono 2C0. V. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Hortgagco'o Notice cf Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Iu accordance with tho provi
sions of that cortnin mortgage
in ado by Joseph Polo and Keamo,
his wife, to H. Dimond, dated
September 2Gth, 1881, and duly
assigned by II. and J.Wntorhouso,
executors undor tho will of H.
Dimond, by nssignraent recorded
iu said ollico in Liber 1(3, page
275, .Vc., recorded in the Register
ofllco, Ouhu, iu Libor 8S, pago
308-9, notico is hereby given that
said mortgagee intends to foreoloso
tho saruo for condition broken, to
wit.: tho uon payment ot both
principal and interest when due.
Notico is likewise givou that
after tho expiration of three weeks
from this data the property cov
ered by said mortgage will bo
advertised for sale and will bo
told at public auctiou at tho auc
tion rooms of .las. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Monday, tho 30th
day of November, 1890, at 12
o'clock noon of that day.
II. WATERIIOUSE, Jr.,
Assignee ot Mortgage.
For further particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Jlngoon, Attorney
for II. "Wntorhoupo, Jr.
Dated Houolnlu, Nov. 4th, 1890.
The pioj" rty to bo sold is us
All that piece or parcel of land
situated nt Kowdo, Puuoa, Island
of Ouhu, described in Royal
riitont No 10J0. KuIcuiiM 10,270,
to Muhinn as Annua 2.' Turo and
Kuhvland. mure particularly dr.
scrloed ns follows:
'E hoomika nm ke kihi Homii
o ka loi ki.olo 0 J. I'iikoi l;e kihi
Hikina niunkn o keia itinu, a o
holo Aknii 40 Kom. 100 Kupuai
inn kuitnnu mutvnho o l:u knelo :i
hiki i !in 1'nhultii i Pen in X )ili
aim mo ko Ki hi wain alnila lloma
30 r Kom .r2 Kuptui, kihi o
Kaluw.iia, n Akuii 50 Kom. 38
Iviipuai autilitij a Akuu 44 Kom.
140 Knpua' ma ko Knlawain in,
uittii noao tt hiki i Iso Kekawouo,
nlaila Hennt 40 s Kom. 72 Knpuai
ma ko Koknwowo u hiki i ko Kn
lawnin, nluiln ma in aina Ho in a
43 llikina 284 Knpuni a hiki i
ka pohnku uui ko nln Jiilii, o pili
ana mo kit niokuun o Kowalo a mo
Auwaiolimu, nlailu, Polelei i uku.
E nili ana mo ku ninu o ke kula a
hiki i kuhi i hoomaka at o ka 111
72-100 oka." 451-td
Mortgagee's Notico of Intontion to
Forecloso and of Sale.
In accordance with tho pro
visions of that certain niortgngo
mado by Annio Haines and
Oharlos Haines, her husband, to
W. A. Kinnoy, datod Aug. 4th,
1887, record "d in tho Register
Oflico, Qihu, in Liber 111, paged
403 ot secj., which mortgage was
duly assigned to J. A. Mugoun by
assignment, notico is horoby giv
ou that th- nssignee of said
mortgiigo intends to fori close tho
snino lor condition broken, to wit:
tho uon-paymout of both princi
pal and interest when duo.
Notieo Is likowiso givon that
nftur tho expiration of three
weeks from this dato tho propor
ly covorod by said mortgage will
bo ailvortised for sale and will bo
Bold at public auction nt tho
auction rooms of "W. S. Luco,
Honolulu, on Monday, Doo. 7th,
189G, at 12 o'clock noon of that
For further particulars apply
to J. A. Magoon.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 7, 189G.
Tho proporty to bo sold is as
All that pieco or parcol of land
situato nt Puunui, Honolulu,
more pivrt'onlurly described in
ltoynl Patent 4401 11, Kuloana
1070 to flikoula. 453-td
Auction Xnlrt hy Jus. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Klog Street, opposite the Ks,wai
1 nm directed by Charles M.
Cooke, executors of tho estate of
Juliette M. Cooke, deceased, act
ing under instructions given iu
the will of said Juliotto M. Oooku,
to soil nl public auction, nt my
salesroom in tho city of Houolnlu,
Island of O&lin,
TO-MORROW, Nov. 14th,
nt 12 noon of said dny, tho follow
ing proporty boing n portion of
Royal Patent No. 1034, commen
cing at tho north corner of this
lot on lowor side of King street nt
junction of wooden fenco and coral
iviill and running:
1. 8-17 8' E. true 117.6 foot
along King shout along fencn to
mi iron pin at tho north nnglo of
cute post on north west s do of
2 S. 31 00 ' Wost truo 132 ft-ot
along A. F. Cooko lot along north
west side of drivowny to un iron
3 N. 02 21' W. truo 101ft.
along A. F. Cooko lot to an iron
pin at fi-nco; thouco
4. N. 31 o 10 ' E. truo 28 foot
nloug Ctinmborlnin lot along fouco
to angle of sumo; Ihrnco
5. N. 00 40 ' W. truo 14.5
feet along sumo along fonco.
0. N. 20 23 ' E. trui 113.8
feet nl.iig H'uno along nnrthwrst '
lace ij old coral building on 'tho
Cooke, homostond and along fonco
to initial point.
Area 33 100 acre.
Also buildings ttioreoii.
Tcrmi c.ish in U. S. gold coin, i
Deed at tho expenso of tho pur-
For fuithor piirtionlars apply to
C. M.or A. F.Cooke.
J J AS. P. MORGAN,
i 455 At Auctioneer.
I FOUR BEAUTIFUL
TO-MORROW, Nov. 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
There will be Hold nt Public Auction, at
the auction rooms ot Jas. K. Morguu
Situated on tho cast corner of Kceaumoku
street ntul Wilder avenue In Maklkl.
Tho location of tlicso lota Is one of tho
b.'st In lluuoliilu. The uclhbors are union;
the best In the city.
J5?" For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or to W. O. Achi k Co., Henl Entnte
Bi-okei-ri. 4 10-til
AUCTION SALE OP
Pearl City Lots
Hy order of John F. Colburn, Etq , As
signee of the K.tate ofli. F. I'oor, Ksi , n
ltaukrupt, I will sell at l'ubllc Auction,
TO-MORROW, Nov. 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOOK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street.
Lot 4, Block 1, at Pearl
Lot li, Block 15, at Pearl
157 Lot No. i is adjacent to the Depot at
1'enrl City and If a valuable Lot.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will rellovo tlio most dis
tressing cough, sootho
tho in II am cd membrane,
loosen tho phlegm, ami
huluco refreshing sleep.
Por tho cure of Croui,
"Whooping Cough, fiorc
Throat, and all tho pit- i
monary troubles to which
tho young aro so liable,
thero la no other remedy so effect
A Record of ply 60 years
Gold Medals at the World': Chiel Expositions.
y The name, A.wrV rhorrv roctorul.
H proniliu'iil on tile vtiiwit i Mint Is lilimn
in tlie i:l.iHi uf m.'Ii l'.-lilr. T.iki mi uhcup
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
3oloAj;entE for tho ltcpublio ot Hawaii.
Light and Serviceable.
Gastle & Cooke
Tho Steamer "Kinau" will lo.wo
Honolulu Tuosday, Nov. 10th, nt
10 o'olook a. m. Roturning will
loavo Hilo Saturday, Nov. 14th,
at 10 o'clock a, m. arriving in
Honolulu Sunday, Nov. 15th, nt
12 o'clock noon.
WILDER S. S. CO.. LTD.
SOME AUSTRALIAN NEWS
riti.vr.iii:r or c.yvv.n itv
orhl CoiivrntliMi In ISutlmi'Mt
tiUtrr4 In Suit 111 ttistruMit.
The Now' Smith "WiiIuh Govurn
niont has ,griutod frco railway
papsos to properly credentialled
dologatoa t" tho peoplo's Fcckral
ConveiiYiOiJ, which is to ho hold
in liathurst in Novotnbor. Such
privileges will bo oxtouded iramo
dintoly on recoipt of tho uamo of
a delegate. A largo ntloudauco of
representative men is assured, and
thero will also bo a delegation
from a numbor of tho municipal
bodies. So far as known, soven
Ministers of tho Grown, repre
senting vnrious colonieH, will bo
present, and tho Premier of Now
South Wales, who at tirst announc
ed that public duties would pro
vout his attondanco, will be ntnong
tho number. Preliminary organi
sation is now nearly completed.
Three patients aro boing treated
nt Albury, undor tho Routgeu X
rays for caucor. In one ease, that
of cancer iu tho throat, there luis
boon a mnrvolloua improvement.
Tho man wont to Albury a fort
night ago prostrated and unable
to partake of any solid food. Two
applications of tho raya wore mado
daily, and than tho patient was
able to trko food ami walk to and
from tho operation room. In one
of tho other cases thoro 13 also a
Replying to n question at Ade
laide tho Premior announced that
it was not the intention of tho Gov
ernment to introduce a Rill to sus
pend tho duty on wheat or oata,
but they would bring in a mea
sure providing for farmers boing
lent largo sums for seed rcquirn
nioutfi. South Australian revenue ro
turns for the JESoptembor quarter
show an incroaso of .50,000, as
compared with tho corresponding
quarter of last year. Tho railway
receipts aro wholly responsible
for tho increase. Tho expendi
ture shows a comparative inorcaso
Tho Premier of Tasmania has
informed the Premier of Now
South Wales that, subject to strict
precautionary measures, Bhoep
imported from Germany will bo
admitted into Tasmania.
In tho great trial going on nt
Melbourne, counsel have conclud
ed their addresses in tho charges
against directors nnd auditors of
tho City of Melbourne Rank. Tho
judge is summing up.
The short crop of wheat in tho
coming harvest in South Austra
lia and Victoria is having n vory
stronc effect unon tho Now
Zealand markots. At a meeting
of Southern millers, held in
Christohurch on October 29th, it
was resolved to advance tho price
of Hour another 20s por ton, mak
ing an ndvanco of 30s per ton in
two days. Tho Auckland millers
havo followed tho Sonthorn lead,
nnd local Hour is now quoted at
11 10s por ton.
Auction SiiIwn Tomorrow
James F. Morgan, tho popular
auctioneer, has his hands full for
tomorrow. At noon ho will com
mence threo separate miction sales
of real estato, comprising tho fol
lowing desirablo pieces of pro
Tho Cooko Estate proporty on
tho lower side of Kiug street, con
taining 33 lOOtho of an aero nnd
tho buildings thoreon.
Four beautiful homostond sites
on tho oast cornor of Kooaumoku
street and Wilder avonue.
Two choico lots at Poarl City,
ouo adjoining tho dopot.
Camels aro perhaps tho only
animals that cannot Bwim. Im
mediately aftor thoy ontor tho
water they turn on thoir backs
and aro drowned.
1'iirv ot' thi: toyooiaud'n
I'Assr.Nfirits to m: ni:riiu.ri.
I'lirnlHlH'it Willi filly lnllHm Knrh
to IIpcpIvo tlic'u(iiiiN' OIIIcIuIk I
III I. muling Them.
From information received from
a cortaiu sourco which is not yet
divulged but can bo readily sur
mised, an investigation has been
quietly going on nt the quarantine
station in regard to the status of
tho freo laborers brought hero on
tho Jnpauoso steamer Toyo Morn.
Thero woro 93 of these in all, and
upon examination by tho Customs
officials ouch of them was found
to bo provided with tho requisite
$50, without whhh they could
not secure a porrait to land. Tho
question sought to bo solvod by
tho investigation wnBwhothor this
money belongod to the porsons
who showod it or whether it was
advanced to thorn temporarily for
tho purposa of enabling them to
laud on Hawaiian soil.
Tho services of Marshal Rrown
woro enlisted and tho matter was
placed by him in tho hands of tho
Jnpauoso interpreter, C. A. Doyle,
who has roported to tho Marshal
tho result of his inquiries. Mr.
Doylo's report confirms tho inves
tigations mado by tho customs
officials. Ho rofused to givo a
Bulletin roporter a synopsis of
us contents tins morning, rofor
ring him to tho Marshal.
Upon being interviewed on tho
matter Marshal Rrown said thero
woro forty men and ton women.
who claimed to be tho wives of
ton of the mou, who upon investi
gation had been found to havo re
ceived the necessary $50 ouch from
cortnin ofli-jials connected with the
immigration company which
chartered tho vessel. Part of this
monoy had sinco found its' wny
back to thoso who loaned it, while
tuo rost would undoubtedly bo ro
turned through tho medium of
three Jnpauoso hotel-keopers who
woro known to be in collusion
with tho immigration peOplo. As
ton roport that tho steamer would
bo libeled for the damages, the
Marshal thought it was incorrect,
as noithor tho captain nor
oflicors of tho vessel had
anything to do with it. Tho ves
sel was simply chartorcd for tho
voyage by tho immigration com
pany. Acting undor orders ho
had notified the agents and cap
tain of tho vessel that thoy must
take back tho -10 men and 10
womon above spoken of. Thoso
woro now in his custody at tho
quarantine station and ho should
seo that thoy woro put on board
beforo tho vessol sailed.
Ab to whether tho company
which was responsible for bring
ing this lot of "freo laborers" to
tho country would havo its
liconso rovoked, tho Marshal was
non-committal, but ho thought it
likely. That was n matter, how
ever, in which ho had no concern
and it would probably depend on
investigations which wero still bo
ing carried on.
There will bo a cricket match
on Thanksgiving Day, tho 20th
inst., betweon tho Honolulu nnd
tho Pacific clubs. Through tho
energy of Mr. Vincent tho Pacifies
havo boon brought to n good state
of practico. They mo likely to
make it warm for tho Honolulus.
Messrs. Shillito nnd Scnnlnn,
bowlers for tho Pacific club, aro
iu goood form.
Tho Apia Town Council has
passed tho following resolution:
"Resolved. That tho Samoan
Government bo requestod to no
gotiato with tho Fnlealili natives
re isolation of lepors, on tho isl
and of Nusnpo'o, or to make othor
nrrangeinents with thosamo object
IN THE HICHER COURTS
iCA.iftJ.vi (!oxvicii:ii or ,u.:i.
mi. ttoii rt:it in riusr myjittir;.
IIli '.itui.-l UUI ,1lof i;,r M ctv
Irliil-llic I'orrlirn Jiin
Tho native jury tryiny Kaapuni
for murder retired at9:J51iiPt night,
aud returning at 11:14 rendered
a unanimous verdict of man
slaughter in tho first degree. Mr.
Robortson noted exceptions and
gnvo notico of motion for a new
trial. Judgo Porry deferred sen
tencing tho dofeudant until Satur
day. Tho caBO of Ah Sin and Ah Wing,
for opium in possession, was
going to tho foreign jury
at this paper's press time. E. P.
Dole for prosecution; G. A. Davis
Judgo Carter has approved tho
accounts of J. O. Carter, guardian
of tho Hardeo minors. Receipts
wero SI 197.50 and thoio is a bal
ance of S1G0.17.
Replications to answers of differ
ent of the dofondantB iu Koloa
Sugar Co. vs. J. K. Smith nnd
othors aro filed.
l'nuci: omitr iiiijis.
Jmtt: ilo la Vrrsi"1 I,ol'w Somo
Ilcmy A.ict.nicii In T'oiIim.
In the District Court this morn
ing Judgo do la Vorgne commenc
ed business by attending to tho
case of Manuel Perry, who was
charged both with drunkenness
nnd profanity. He received tho
usual fine for being drunk, while
tho profanity ohargo wont into tho
wasto papar baskot.
1). Espindn pleaded guilty of
assisting in maintaining and car
rying on n chofn game. J. h.
Knuliikou mado a plea for mercy
for his client, and tho court fined
him an oven hundred.
For poddling chofn tickets Aim
ua got fined S30 and cots.
11. von Uerg, an old oireuder,
was again up for vagiancy, boing
accused of having no vibible law
ful moans ot support for
ono month last past. Mc. von
Rorg said it was not so, aud his
trial was accordingly sot for tho
Makaikaika was fined S12 nud
S3 costs for the privilege of beat
ing ouo Knaikaula.
Mr. W. L. Stauloy appear
ed for tho dofenso of
Ah Soon, charged with having
opium iu possession. Mr. Stnu
loy demurred to tho jurisdiction
of tho court, aud, figurativoly
speaking, got sat upon by tho
Court whoso jurisdiction ho de
nied. His client then ploadcd not
guilty. Gub Cordos was sworn
for tho prosecution nnd was pro
ceeding to toll what ho know
about the case when tho lawyers
mado othor arraugoinents nnd tho
trial wns postponed to tho 17th.
What changes mark a single
How favors smile aud iloo 1
You moiitiou 'Trilby," and thoy
And murmur, "Who is sho ?"
A M' i;nt,i-irlo.
Tho very latest as rogards sad
dlery is constantly on hand nl
Chits. Hammer's now establish
mont, 229 King streot, also tho
vory bofrt repairing dono. Tele
phone 082. P. O. Box 393.
Mr. Koogh, tho band musici
an who skipped out in tho Alamo
da yoBtorday, went on deck nttor
tho steamship passed tho light
house and asked Pilot McCauloy
to bid his friends good-bye as ho
did not havo time to do so him
self. Fivo-liundred tons ot ballast for
salo. Apply to A. V. Gear.
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