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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1896.
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Auction Sale, by James F. Aforgnn.
AUCTION a ALB OF
By order of MR. M MoINEnAY,
J will Mill tit Public Auction, at
; my Salesronm. Qifni NtujHt.
TO-MORROW, Dtc. 17 th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK . M
a Valuable AHjiirt" out ot Jewel
Gold Ntcklnces nrd Cliuins,
Gold "Watch Chains
Sets Studs and
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and nt the sumo time,
LIKEN and FINIS
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chiefs, Etc., Etc.
Goods on view nil diy tomor
row. JAS. F. MOliUAJN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Pear! City Lots
Uy order of John F. Colbnrn, Uiuj., At
tignoo o( the ttutc of II. !'. Poor, toq,. n
Bankrupt, t will bell ut Publio Auction,
On SATURDAY, Dec. 10th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NODN.
At uiy Snlfsiuc ia, Q'ltfii .tn.it
Lot 4, Block 1, at Pearl
Lot 9, Block 15, at Pearl
!r7"Lot No. 4 is adjacent to tho Depot at
l'ciiil Ci'y it ml U n viilnnblo Lot.
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IN THE cmcurr COHUT, fiiwtcik-
cnlt ot tlio Hawaiian Islands. In probate.
In til ninttcr ot the Esmto of James Don
lit I ley. late of Honolulu, Oulin, lU'cciiccd. On
reading' ami tillnu' tlio i-tllliin and ucciuiiUb
of liu Admlnlatriitor of tliu H nto oftald
deceased, therein lu nmti tlmi liU accoiinlB
bo ezmnlnid mid apprnM-d utul tlut a llnal
order may bo made, ot distribution of tlio
property rcrnalulnj; lu Id bunds to the per
sons thereto entitled, and dUcliarulin; ulrn
from all liirllier responsibility sucb Ad
ministrator it Is ordered Mini I'HIDAY, tlio
6tlidayof Jaimaiv A 0 b'l. ut ten o'clock
a. m., ot Cliainbere, lu tlio Court HoubU, nt
Honolulu, be and the same lieruiiyH appoint.
fit as tlio time nud placn for liiarltiBsald
1'ctltloii and (Mioiints, uinl tb.u 'U tiersons
Interested may tlitn and lliem appearand
how i ain't', it nnj they imvu. why the mine
should not I mi L'niiiled.
Dated at Honolulu. II. I., tlilsbth da) of
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Mr. Chnrlcs Stcpbrnsnn, a trell-ltnnVn
I'.allwuy Einployo at lCnlapul, Now
ZttnUnd, write 1
"About ten years ago, wliilo en
Kngetl in ahnnting, my foot caught
between the rails, and my leg was
fractured below tho knee. It healed
in time, but 1 havo been troubled
ever sinco with swollen veins, and
havo been obliged, at times, to wear
a bandage. About a year ago it be
came much worse, and I feared I
should bo obliged to give up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I did so, and
after taking four bottles the swell
ing disappeared, and I havo not
been troubled with it since."
Cold Medal at the World's Chief Eqpsltlont.
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Corner of Luiinlilo and I'cnsucola hlivotn,
1'iv- Lots, ? feet y 1.6 ftct th. Hi
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for the purpntu of coiiduetin a geuvnil 1m
porting and rninniMlnn biiluess and as
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J C. NOIlMANN
Honolulu, Dec. II, 1WI), IsS'.'t
thi; I'Atvr timu'im: ruitMsiu:i
IM.tXI'y OV Allll'8tJlliT,
Pine Acrobat nnt Jttistclruin Xoxt
Frfbruiauce Will bo diven on
What Iho audionce at tho opbra
Iioubo last ovoning lacked in num
bers it moro than mado up in on
thusinsm, nnd tho froqiiont np
plnuso aud numerous encores de
manded showed that tlio onlur
tainmont furnished by tho Fanst
organization was appreciated.
Tho boll ringing by tho com
pany which oponed oacli part of
tho program was well dono, and
for tho numbor of porformora
much better than that furnished
by moro pretentious aggregations.
Tho brothers Faust are n host
in themselves, notonly nsnerobuts
and musicians but as pautomi
mists, nnd in all thoir acts nro ox
cruciatingly fuuny. Tho violin
playing dono by Ted and Eugeuo
in tho act entitled, "Tho Mas
tors of Violin," was now and
really wonderful. To seo how it
is possiblo for two men to play
tho violin and nt tho satno time
perform tho most difficult acroba
tic feats ono must go to tho
Opora Houso nnd provo tho truth
of tho old adage that "Beuing is
In the llisley act, in which theso
performors claim to be uu rivaled
thero is some vory diflicult turn
bling and balancing. In this act
tho boy Freddy is thrown into tho
air from his brother's feet nnd
after turning a double 6omeisault
is caught again on thorn iD n
standing position, wliilo tho little
girl Ruby in whirled around in
tho air in all sorts of positions like
n teetotum. No bolter acrobatic
work has boon feou here.
Tho two mandolin solos by Miss
Euuioo Fernandez wero excel-
' ,ontly wo11 rendered, but the
uiiuijiitiii an encore. .s
accompanist at tho piano this
young la.iy also guve good
Tho tinging of character Bongs
by Muster Freddie and MissKuby
bi ught down tho houso. Tliey
llllVO bntll (mill vitii'O nml llioir
fli'iging nd acting is dom with a
vim ami nssuraiico which enn only
o gained by long practice and
In tho musical sketch ontitled,
" Wagner Outungnered," tho
brothers Faust kept tho audience
in a roar of laughter by their an
tics and musical abilities. Tlio
pantomimic sketch with which
tho program ended gavo auothor
I opportunity for these ai lists for a
lurtlier disp ay otthe sanie.
Professor Alonfnguo amused a
portion of tho audionco nud as
tonished tho natives by tho dis
play of his firo -eating abilities,
and showed just enough of his
powers as a conjuror to make tho
audionco wish for more.
Tho next performance of this
talented troupe will bo given on
Thursday evening, when thero
will bo an entiro change of pro
gram. JtwiiMiY iu:covi:ui:i.
.'.rtlclr.t Stolon by I. Unci- Kimell In
iriamluil llron'ii'M loaGkaloii.
Mention was mado in this pa
por yestorday that tho boy Carl,
or as his narao appeared on tho
Elsie Adair programs, Elinor
Russell, was a through passeugor
on tho Uolgio yostorday. From
circumstances which havo sinco
come to light thero is no doubt
the boy is a bad ono.
Botweon 10 and 11 o'clock yes
terday morning tho houso of
Captain Hciirlo near tho corner of
Borotnnia aud Punchbowl streets
was ontered and a lot of jowolry
stolon. Tho articles included n
gold watuh with monogram, a
diamond locket and gold chain
nnd brenst pin. Whun tho rob
bory wiiH dUoovored tho mutter
AT THE OPERA
ft8 Plftcd n tho hands of Dotec-
had boon seen in tho neighbor
hood about tho time of tho rob
bery who snid hin nnmo was
Frank Willmms. It did not tnko
tho dotcctivo long to tind n boy
of that name at tho St. Louis
coileao. but unon beintr taken to
"Mrs. Downio, who had seen tho
boy luingiug about tho promises,
sho siud ho was not tho ono.
Later in tho ovoning it was dis- '
covered that Elmer IIurhoII, tho i
inquiring for Frank Williams
and upon his description being
obtain! thern-TttR no longer uuy
doubt of his hying tho thief.
But by that ipio tho Bolgio had
sailed, taking tho boy along with
hor. Marshal Brown, howovor,
thought it moro than likoly tho
boy would try to sell the jewelry
hufe, and caused certain inquiries
to bo sot on foot, which havo re
sulted in tho return of nil the lost
jowolry to him this morning by
uio person who purcnospd it irom
tho Lv, The mnnnrrrnm on ll.n '
watch had been twisted bo as to
bo unrecognizablo but otherwise
it was uninjured.
n is sorry tho
5io inn nvi(loirn '
young rascal has
his fingors, as ho has ovidcuco
onough to put him where ho
would havo no further chance, of
stealing jowolry for a long time
to come, but consoles himself with
tho recovery of tho stolon pro
perty. iHA.noxo niN'i moi,i:n.
Iloir .lira. C. A
limit n .( nml Itc
i 8100 SnlilHlru.
Yesterday morning O.A.Brown
reported to tho Marshal's office
that his wifo had missed a $400
diamond ring from a drawer in
hor dressing case. Nothing olso
but the ring was missing and sho
was nt a loss to think who could
havo taken it.
After questioning Mr. B "own
for sotnH iuie, ho .Marshal" eon
cludod that one of tho Japanese
HorvnntH must km w something
about it. Chestor A. Doylo
was sent for and instructed to go
out to tho houso and iuterviow i
thorn. This ho did with such good
effect that tho hiding place of tho '
ring was mode known nnd it was I
found. Iho thief had stolen it
from tho dressing enso nud hidden
it elsowhoro. There being somo
doubt as to which of the Japanese
was tho thief, it is doubtful if tho
cuso will be pressed now that tho
ring has boon found.
31 nro I'ri'lKlit Nimce.
Allen it Robinson and Lowers
.t Cooko divido occupancy of tho
lot, Alhn and Fort sheets, for tho
piling of redwood lumber. They
relinquish it to tho Government
for public uses nnd apply for lots
on tho esplanndo instead. When
the lumber is romoved tho lot
will bo avnilablo for landing
froight, so that Allon street will
no inoro bo encumbered with
fioight discharged fiom tho
steamer Australia, or othor ves
sels, as has horetoforo boon tho
Lndlra' uud Oilldren's niallnre.
Next Saturday tho Montaguo
Faust Co. will givo n matinoo for
ladies and childrou. In tho
mtiuy countries that this com
pany havo visited, a specialty waB
always mado of tho ladios' and
children's matinee,programs being
prepared specially to please tho
littla onoB, composed of fine
musical acts, pantomime and
other skits suitablo io tho juvonilo
ns woll as tho older mind.
In tho purity nud genoral ox
collonco of Seattle Beep, grows
stronger ovory day. Everybody
endorses it bocauso it is Puiie. If
you vrmt a delicious bovorago or
a wholosomo tonic drink it. It's
nourishing, strengthening, health
fill, becauso it's mado of tho finest
hops and malt and is absolutely
pure. On tap or in bottloH nt tho
JUDGE WILCOX PRESIDES
and AintiMsrr.its .ii'sricr i irn
oit runt ok I'woit.
Ail Oiiliun (' THk.'ii Unilpr tilvUc-
ment Uii II I rofiMirrou-Tlir i'oiirt
IXiea II On ii Inlvrprcllni;.
Judgo Wilcox took his seat on
tho woolsack of tho District Com t
rostrum this morning, in plnce of
Judgo de la Vergno whoso recent
hard work in deciding Bovoral im
portnnt opium and other caes
has upcoflsitated his taking n
vacation. Judge Wilcox has ac
quired an ouvinhlo reputation
nround tho sacred precincts of tho
polico station for disposing of
bus'iiesB with neatness, celeritv
,.,i j;onnl,,, n,i ,.., . . ,
Rml tl,8Pntc" ,U1(1 tllW morning's
transactions wero on that lino.
From the start tho Court dis
poused with tho services of his
,-Unk aB interpreter, leaving that
Bentloraan abnndant leisiiro to
.i.:..l. i i i ...i . i . .
thiuk nbout Ins whiskers and tho
now printing office ho is going to
establish for tho Young Hawai
Tho Court called up a couple of
drunks foi n starter aud ilued them
tho usual amount just to get his
llnmauoka, a Japanese hack
driver, was tho next victim. lie
pleaded guilty of leaving his hack
untied but promised so hard
never, noyer to do it again that
HiR Honor was almost movod to
tears and suspended sontenco.
Puu, howovor, got it in tho xock,
figuratively speaking. Ho has
not answered roll call at tho Re
form School for several months;
in fact, ho has boon hiding in tho
wilds of Waialua many moons
whon ho Bhould lmvo been attend
ing tho Reform School and Ipnrn
lug how to bo a good littlo man
Puu will sorvo out the balance of
his time at hard labor undor tho
superintendence of tho warden of
Manuel Vasconcollo is a smnll
i boy but is evidently ou tho high
road to tho gallows or somo other
i placo. Ho was given ton days in
! the jail for disobeying the orders
of his father.
lour opium cases in which
lawyer Thurston nppenrn for the
dufeuso wero set for trial on tho
18th and a Japanese trio charged
with adultery will tell tho court
all about it thieo days befoio
Tho trial of Chu Ku and Ah
Liong for opium in possession
was then taken up, Lylo A. Dickey
prosecuting and A. G. M. Robert
I son ((clouding. Tlio testimony
in the caso was so conflicting that
His Honor concluded to sloop on
it and render his decision in the
ANiois-s i, i n;s r a.h:iiii..
Io i:rcct tlio IMiiet Ollleo Ilnilillii
William Waldorf Astor, it
seems, proposes to put up ono of
tho largest and finest banking and
office buildings in tho world. It
will bo in Now York, and tho site
chosen is bounded by Broadway,
Exchange placo and Now street.
Work on this magnifieout struo
turo, which will cost from $3,000,
000 to $4,000,000, will bo begun in
Tho cost of tho oxcftvatiugalono
will bo not far from $150,000.
Tho plot selected is in tho heart
of Wall Btroet. It is at prosout
covered by tho famous old Ex
chango Court buildiug, whioh ex
tends botwoen Broadway and Now
Btreot, from Exchange placo to tho
Tower building. The numbor of
squnro feet in tho plot is nbout
18,750. Buffalo ExprosB.
Tho remains of tho lamonted
Knto Fiold woro shipped to Son
Francisco yostorday on tho Bolgic.
Thoy will thoro bo cremated and
tho afilioB sont to Mount Aidmrn,
thoir final resting placo.
SCULPTURE AND PAIHTIHB
Kt.WMVl IVdll i or MM 'Hf?)
t.t it til's: ai i . i io
Halt- loinorrou l.wiiln;; h) kv.M. t.ner
-Arllclcn Jtotr on Vli ul
Theio in now . i rauged nu2
open to public inspection, at tlic
stiltinroom of V. S. Luce, Fort
aud Qtiuu blieels. a iimgnilk-i-ut
collection of Eu openn ait in
sculpture and painting. The
article are to bo bold at nu u &
tomorrow oveniug. thu6 tiliii!iprr
a rare opportunity of obtaining
decorationt. for their homch Io tho
people of Honolulu. NotLLg
liko this exhibition has boon secto
hero 6ince tho art sales held by 1L
V. Maefarlane & Co. several yenrp
Floronliuo mnibles nro hero,
comprising Bomo of tho choicesf.
Bpecimens of the sculptor's art.
over 6eon in Honolulu. Among
thorn may bo noted tho "Bull
Fight" not. howev.T, a con I est
between man aud beat, but s,
"locking of horns" by two majes
tic kings of tho pubture. An,
tho figureB of tho "Dying Gladia
tor," the "Forced Prayer" a
child performing his devotions
unwillingly, "Cupid," "Venus of
tho Bath," "Vonus de Medici,"
"Britnunin," etc. Theso aro gon
uiuo chiseled marbles of finwlesti
texturo by prominent European
sculptors. Very hpttntiful i tlio
group, "Cow nud Calf," by Sigmrr
Cavillini, a well known sculptor
in Florenco. Many small pieceu
of exquisito morit are in tho col
lection. lu iardeu and lawn statuary.
fountains, etc., thero aro woiks it
dill'eront materials including
pluoter, terra colta, etc., somo of
tho figures being ten feet h.i
Thoso iu tho "human fore
diviue"aro moulded in the highest1,
style of art. Largo and small
vnses in white and black an5
variegated marbles mako nn or
tromely nttriictivo display, the de
si'ns being at onco utiiipn- nnd 2"
marvolous beauty. ProbabU tti&
most notable in tho "Gozy di"
vase, being a copy of tho fnniouu
work of that name in tho Vatican.
Theio is a choice assortment of
Algerian candlo shades and fairy
lamps, than which nothing can
loud more distinction to a Imti
qnotiui! table. Thoy nro fitted
with silk shade?.
()T paintings there is it grnud
variety, fir-it h unl proluctions ot
lecogniiid urtibts, also a lot of
art printing copie.s of European
masterpieces. bailie beautiful
fruit pieces by Clare and others
by Amstiold, the wellkuown Lon
don artist, aro in tho catalogue.
Fino canvases of Hawaiian scono
ry by accomplished artists aro
also to bo sold.
Besides tho works of fino nit, a
wido rango of solid and platotl
silver waro will bo pnt up, includ
ing bonbon dishes, ontreo disho.
spoons, forks, carvors, ivory
handled kuives, otc. Combina
tion liquor stands aro beautiful
in thoir wood cabinet work, witfi
drawers operated by springs, and
their glittering crystal ntensiln.
Watch anoroids, barometers, tele
scopes, etc., will bo sold.
The Europoan works of art auSB
vortu wore personally selected for
this market by Col. Goo. W. Mae
furlnne, whoso capacity and talent
as a couuoisscur aro universally
acknowledged. Intondiug biddom
need not, howovor, depend ou tlra
sayso of anybody olso, lor they will
have au opportunity all day to
morrow of inspecting tho article
nt Mr. Luco'b salesroom.
Should timo permit tho aac
tioueor will, at tho same sale, oftct
some beautiful Japanese gooda,
also an assortment of fino ruga,
besides othor choico gift nrticldit.
Altogothor this Bnlo will bo ttw
best opportunity of the season far
obtaining lioliday and weddini;