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Public Lands Notice.
On Saturday, Januiry 2, lb97, 12
o'.cluok noon, at the ofhVo o( J. Kuele
inaUulc, Knilun, will be ol I at nuo
tinn, iitnler the provision" f the Land
Act lor Cnh Freeholds, O.ivo nment
lot known as Lot 1, 1'uan, North ICoua.
Aif: 8.7J mTd.
Ou FRIDAY, January 15th, 12
o'clock noon, at the nflluo of E. D.
Baldwin, Hllo, will hi HoM uiiilpr the
provisions of the hmd Act for Caili
Freyhol U, Lit No. 310 ul 01 u, con
Up-et prloo: ?300.
At tliKfiim- time and place will alo
bo sold ti'ilf 11 anil 15, Olii'i, eimlnhi
lug 100 aere, upon Um follow tn eon
Jlt on-, via :
UpMit prlo": $600; one fourth pu
chase price to be iid 011 diy o' tnh
ami ri'intlinlerln ffjn il 1 11-t tllitif ntn In
oui, two kwI Mine ji"! , with Inti're-t
at tho ruto of 0 per cent per annum
Cultivation ami Iniprovomiri's to lie
bi'KUii during the lint j ear utul rnu
tiutitt ilurlnrf stiuvftfitliit; two yearn
Twenty-live (2.i) per CHit of the lanil
to 1).' put under cultivation anil other
linprovciueuls of the v.iluu of $300 to
be in,id lief ir th on I ot the thlnl
jear. At the end of third year, If full
aiiount of ciiltlviitlou aud tuiprow
ment It f' con inuilu ith 'till p.i (iit'"l
of piiK'li'ir prii'e, atnl all conditions
to uuh dale lulllllo I, a Patent Grant
for the pietnlst-A will h-ue.
All applicant or purchasers must
)H)3"c-i the )iill ll it Ion" anil tnle
the M'loin declaration, us i,itili(d of
applli; tni, for HlhtH of I'urulnn-e
Leaoet ami Cit-h Freeholds.
Full p'irHful'iri 'ati tn- ndtultiPii at
the l'uliih L-uidn Olllee, Honolulu, 01
at the olllco ol the Bub Agent In Hllo
J. P. HROWN,
401 .It 'Kent of I'ubllo Land-.
In iicconliiuce with Section I, of Chnptor
XXXVI ot the LftWH of ISSO:
All persons holding water privilofios or
tho-8 p4)iug water rates, uro heioby noti
fied thut the wit'er rates for the torn, end
iuR June 30, lti'7, will be dun unit puynblo
at the ollico of the Honolulu Wutor Workt),
ou the 1st liny of Jannnry, 1897.
All rites reniniuiup uupiiil furfiflecn dnjs
after tluiy ure due will be subject to un
addltioual 10 i,r cent.
Kitten arc payable at tlio o (11 en of the
Water Work iu tbu Kaon ilwa MnddiuR.
SiiporinteiHciit Houululu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Deo 17, 1890.
Sl?(? Evepip Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor
SATURDAY, DEO. 2G, 189G.
"Vhi-n llto China loft San Fran
cisuo ox Queou Liliuohahuii was
obout to loave for Boston, Mrs.
Eleanor Graham of Honolulu
., joininf lior party for tlio journey.
Bhb hail received n cablegram
from Princess Kniulnui, tho cou
'tents of which bIiq did uotdivnlgo.
Neithor had she given any publio
Btatement of tho objects of her
.mission. Liliuokalani recoived
.friendly attontions from promi
iiiont Coast and Island people, in
cluding Genet nl Wariield and
Chatles II. Bishop. She enjoyod
n jaunt to San Itafaol and
(ittondod a musicul enter
tainment. Newspaper writers
from tho Atlantic to tho Paoifio
allow their invoutivo powers to
run riot about tho disorowuod
lady. From Washington thero is
a dotailed report of a conversation
betuoan tho Prosident and his
private societary, arranging for
tho precipitate flight of tho ruler
of sovonty-fivo million people, to
avoid an interview that might bo
Bought with him by tho dignified
old lady, in whoso behalf ho
miserably failed to do what
ho had doolared to tho world
was nn act of justice requisite
to sustain tho honor of
hiB own great nation. Tho Piosi
dout is certainly not going to make
Bitch an inglorious exhibition of
hiniBolf. 11a is under no obliga
tion to locoive tho dotlnoned
sovereign of Hawaii oflioiully or
otherwise, but to inn away from
tho uoat of hiB govoiiunont at hor
4 nimwi n-niTmnnl
approach would bo Rimply a vul
gar broach of good maunors. It
would probably surprise tho Unit
od States public at largo to bo as
sured, at this moment, of tho fact
that thore is no excitomont
or unrest in tho Hawaiian
IslaudB over thoir lato Quoou'b
foroign tour. She is followed by
tho most kindly personal interest
in hor movements on tho part of
all hor follow citizens of this Ito
public, and tho hoping against
hope of somo of hor lato subjects
for restoration of tho monarchy
receives but a fooble impulse, if
any at nil, from hor mysterious
mission nbroad that is, if nho has
any object besides change of air
Another landmark has been ro
moved. Mr. Mclneruy was ono
of the most prominent of tho older
gonoration of business mou, whose
iulegrity and ontoiprtao Obtubliah
od the credit of Houolulu. By strict
attention to business ami adherence
to the old school codo of commer
cial honor, ho built up an cslab
lishmeut that before tho days of
his physical decline was" n recog
nized feature of metropolitan Ho
nolulu. Tho haudsomo architec
tural odifico that ho rearrd ten
years ago upon tho bito of his
earlier business quarters stands as
a substantial monument to his en
terprise. Bolter than that, ho be
queaths to his adopted countty
threo worthy sons, whom ho was
oaroful to huvo well equipped for
the activities of life and tho res
ponsibilities of citizenship. Mr.
Mclnorny was a man of kindly
and generous sympathies, and
will be the most keenly lamented
by those who kuow him best. The
Bulletin extends its most sincere
condolence to the bereaved widow
Anybody who doubtB tho vitali
ty of tho coffee outorpriso in Ha
waii will find tometliing to rumi
nate upou iu tho reports elsewhero
copied from the Hilo Tribune.
CHARLOTTE II, P&RHELEE,
ti:aciikk op the
PI A-JSTO bXXRTIC
103 220 B-ielntiln Stieet Im
F0I( gETTLE, MfHIHTON
Tho Nippon 1'uson KiiinhVii Steamer
Will bo duo at thin port ou or ubout
Monday, Dec. 8,
And will sail the follovriug day for
fJSF" For freight or passogo apply to
Wm. G-. Irwin & Co , Ld.
49.1 td Agents.
In the bit; tent at corner of llcretanla
unci Punchbowl meets.
m - Faust Fmiii
Will niifit an abovfi with Hnlemliil
HOLIDAY 1'UQGItAM tit popular
gOe and 26e
CART AND BUGGr HAR
NESS AND EQUINE
Last week we entertained
the public with a list of a few
of the articles we have in stock
suitable for Christmas and
New Year's gifts. This week
we have got an economical
streak on, on account of taxes
being due and the water rates
for next year being needed in
advance. We take it for grant
ed that everyone else is in the
same boat, and hence en
deavor to show people how
they can save a little money,
at least enough to buy some
thing to put in the children's
stockings next Thursday night.
You can save money by buy
ing from us:
Cart and Buggy Harness
neat, light, strong and cheap, all
prices from $15. JO to $3J.OO
Dump Cart Harness and
Boston Team Horse Collars.
Welt Horse Collars.
Something new. Dash
boards lor Brakes and Carts,
three sizes, all ready to fix on.
Good assortment of Chamois
Skins, Horse Brushes, Dandy
Brushes, Mane Combs, Halter
The celebrated Whitman Bit,
the best Riding Bit out.
A new invoice of Horse
Clippers, Carriage and Riding
If you want to go out driving
after dark, buy a Dietz Dash
Lantern 5 for a 1.00 and save
a .00 fine.
If your taste is more expen
sive we can sell you a Dietz
Driving Lantern for 4.00.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookola' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
DEG15&tlJIiJ 20, IWM.
Mortgageo'n Notico of Intontion to
Forocloso and of Salo.
In accordance with tho provi
sions of that certain mortpngo
modo by KONALE MARKHAM,
o widow, to O. P. EMERSON,
dated August 6th, 1892, and also
in accordunco wil.h the provision?
of that additional charge to tho
said mortgage mado by said Ko
nalo Markham to said Emorsou,
dated Oct. 18, 1892, tho original
mortgage being of ruciml in the
Ri-gistor Offlco, Oahu, in IJbor
139, pp. 17-1-G, aud said addition
al charge in Liber 138, pt. 302-3,
winch mottg'igu and ndl lionul
charge thereto havo boon duly
nssigued by uuid Emerson to J. A
iMngooii, notice is hoioby given
that siid assigns ii.tondh to fore
close tho Bit mo or condition
broken, namely, the mm-paytiiciit
of both principal, interest and
tax s when due.
Notice is likewise giwn that
after tho expiration of three nocks
from this ditto the property cov
ered by said mortgago will bo
udvertued for sale and will be
sold at public auction at tho auc
tion roo.nu of Jus. P. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Tuesday, January
2Gth, 1897, at 12 o'clock noon of
For further purtiruliirn apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
Astigucoof said Mortcagi-s.
Dited Honolulu, Dec. 21st, 1890.
The pro erty t bo sold is aH
All that corlain laud and pro
misor, situate at Ktilihi, Oilm,
doponbed in Royal I'atout G79,
L-ind Commissi m Awud 1200 to
lliileku, containing un iirou of two
and 7-100 acrop;
And also nil the lmd situate at
Knlilii afore-mid desoiibed in
Royal Putont 1265, Land Com
ii iss'on Annul 1205, containing
an aroa of 55 100 of an aero.
Terms Cash Gold coin of U.
S. of America. Deuds at expense
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontion to
Foreclose and of Salo.
In accordance with tho previa
sions of that certain mortgiige
mule by G1CORGE WOjSD and
HATTl'EK. OM) his wife, to
Eminii M. Nakuina, dutod Sept.
30, 1891, nd recorded in tho Re
gister Ollico, Oahu, in liborl2,
pages 450 and 451, which
mortgage has been duly assigned
by said Emma M Nkuina to Miss
Agnes Mclntyio, notico is hereby
g ven that tho assignee of said
mortgage intends to foreclose the
same for condition broken, to wit,
tho noiv payment of both princi
pal, inteiest and taxos when due.
Notico is likewise given that
nftor tho f-xmrationof threo weeks
from (his date tho property cover
ed by said moitgago will bo ad
vertised for salo nud will on sold
at public auction at the aucti n
rooms of W S Luce, Honolulu,
on Widno-'day, January 27, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon of that day.
For furthor paitioul.ir? apply to
J. A. Magoon, attorney for Miss
.MISS AGNES McINTYRE,
Assignno of mortgage.
Dated Honolulu, Deo. 21, 1897.
Tho property to bo sold is as
All thoso certain premises situ
ate in Kaili place, Kalihi, Hono
lulu, moro particularly described
us Lots No. 11 and 12 upon a mao
or diiigrom of tho same, lecordod
in liber 120, on folios 391 und 392,
in the Hawaiian Register of Con
veyances, the total aroa of nnid
promises is 12,915 square foot,
moro or loss.
Terms Cash Gold coin of the
United StateB of America. Deeds
at expense of purobuser. 489 td
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most comploto and choicest stock wo havo ovor laid before tho
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goods, and you will surely find something substantia,! and ser
viceable, that will gladden tho hearts of thoso who receive thorn.
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In tlm I lands A few of
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BANJOS, Stewart, Fairbanks &.
Cole and other wellknowu
ACCORDKONS, tho celebraled "lm
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iar Aud a thoutiaud and ono other
smaller Instruments ton numerous lo
Our celourated Wall, Nichols Co.
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Our Htock la tho most vailed to ho
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gerous, old sayings to tho cpn
trary notwithstanding. If tho
Alameda, had not been delayed
in !3an Francisco tho last trip,
wo would have been without
our enlarged stock of Sterling
silver ware and our customers
would have had to limit thoir
But now we have tho goods,
and thoy are ready for j'our
inspection, ready to be sent
homo to you. This last in
voice is from tho celebrated
Whiting Siiver Company, and
the prices are so low that it is
cheaper in tho long run than
pewter. The assortment com
prises everything, from an or
dinary butter pick to a food
pusher. We mention tho latter
as though it wne a common
every day affair, but it's not
If you -a.ro interested read
this partial list and remember
that tho material of which tho
cases are made is the finest.
Sardine Servers, silk case,
-1.05; Child's Set, knife, fork
and spoon in handsome caso,
G.G0; Pio Knives in case,
$10.20; Cako Knives in silk
case, $11.05; Butter Knives in
kid caso, $4.75; Picklo Forks,
silk caso, $3.75; Sugar Spoons,
silk caso, $3.50; Sugar Tongs,
silk caso, $0.40; Bon Bon
Tongs, kid caso, $4.20; Napkin
Rings, from $1.15 to $1.20;
Brandy ITJasks, Fruit Knives,
Tea, Dessert, Table and Soup
Spoons; Dessert, Tablo and
Fish Forks; ButtiT Dishes
without covers; Silver Broad
nud Butter Plates; Knifo
Rests, Buttor Picks and
Sprondors, Oystor Forks, Fish
and Uuh&ei't Knives, Colloo,
Salt ami Mustard Spoons,
Store opou evenings,