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Mortgagors Notiso cf Intoniion to
Forccloso and of Salo.
In accordanco with tlio provi
sions of that certain morlgago
made by KONALE MAUKHAM,
widow, to O. P. EMEKSON,
datod August Gtli, 1892, nnd also
in n'ccordnnoo wil.li tho provision?
of that, mlditionnl charge to tho
said mortgage mndo by said Ko
nalo Markhatn to said Kmorson,
datod Oct. 18, 1892, tho origioul
mortgage boing of record in tbo
Register Oflico, Oahu, in Libor
139, pp. 174-G, and said addition
al ohnrgo in Liber 138, pp. 302-3,
which mortgage and additional
charge Ihoroto havo boon duly
assiguod by said Emorson to J. A.
Mogoon, notico is hcroby givou
tLut said assigneo intonds to fore
close tho sumo for condition
broken, namely, tho non-payment
vt both principal, intorost and
laxps when duo.
Notico is likewise given that
aftor tho expiration of three woeks
from this dato' the proporty cov
ered by said mortgage will be
advorthod for sal and will bo
sold at public miction at tho auc
tion loo.nu of Jus. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, on Tuesday, January
2Gtli, 1897, at 12 o'clock noon of
For further particulars apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
Assigueoof said Moitgnges.
Uatnl Honolulu, Deo. 21st, 18.
The property t)bo sold is an
All that cortnin hind and pro
mises hiluuto at Kilihi, OhIiu,
described in Jloynl PhIou! (79,
Laud Comniibsiou Awttd 1200 to
Unlokii, containing an area of two
and 7-100 neros;
And also nil the lmd situato at
Xalihi uforojnid described in
Royal 1'atoht 12f)5, Land Com
mission Award 1205, containing
r. nioa of 00 100 of an acre.
Torms Cash Gold coin of U.
S. of America. Drodsnt expense
Hortgagco's ICotico of Intention to
Foreclose and of Salo.
In accordiiioo with tho provi
lions f tlmt certain mortgage
mndo by GhOllGE WOND aud
HATTIE K. VOND hie wifo, to
Kmma M. Nnkuina, datod Sept.
30, 189J, and recorded in tho Re
gister Oflico, Oahti, in libor 129,
pago- 450 aud 451, which
mortgage has bon duly assigned
by said Enimu M Nkuinu to Miss
Apnea Molntyic, notico is hereby
givou th.it tho assignee of said
mortgage intonds to forccloso the
umo for condition broken, to wit,
tho mm payin.'nt of both princi
pal, intuicrtl and tuxes when due.
Notice is likewise given that
nftor tho i i,r.tionot' tlnuo weoks
from this dilo tho pmppiiy c .vor
ed by stud in utg.igo wi'l b-i nd
Tcrlised for salo und will Ik- sold
it public unction at the auction
looms of W S. Luce, Honolulu,
on Widne-diu', J iniuu.v 27, ldi'7,
i 12 o'clock hoc ii of tij it du.
Fur f urthor jnrlicnl.irt apply to
J. A. Magoon, attorney for M.ss
MISS ACMES McINTYRE,
Assignee of morigago.
Dated Honolulu. Deo. 21, 1897.
Tho propel ty to be 8' Id it as
All those coitiiiu premises situ
ato in Knili plaou, Kulilii, Ilono
ulu, moro particularly doscr.bed
ss Lots No. 11 and 12 upon u man
nr diagram of tho same, rocorded
in libtr 120, on folios 391 aud 392,
iu the Hawaiian Rogistor of Con
TioyancoH, tho total iiren of said
premises is 12,915 square foet,
moro or loss.
Tonus Cunh Gold coin of the
United btates of Ainoricti. Deeds
at expens-o of purchaser. 'JS9 td
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mmiK t.-w-j-ic-irfc mil i in' ir ' i tt"
Trusting that you may be in
terested in cycling, wo tako tbo
liberty of stating to you a few
facts about our wheols:
Wo need not troublo you with
needless description of tbo World
Famed "RAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its oasy running, up
poarauce, strength and lasting
qualities has won for tho makors
n namo world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" are equi
ped with tho great G.&J. Dolach
nblo Tiro, which sinco its intro
duction to Honolulu has proved,
by tho numbors in uso, tho most
successful and necessary adjust
ment to a bicyclo.
Wo tako groat ploasuro iu ro
comonding to our friends tbo
"RAMBLER" and trust that in
furnishing one to any person thoy
will never hnvo occasion to rogrot.
Our terms are such that a bicy
clo is no longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of tirao
nud monoy. Wo would uk you
to but call and get our figuros.
As is customary neariug the
closo of each year, tbo makors in
order to get ready for tho ensuing
year, olfer tho prosont 189(5
wheels atredueed prices. Wo nro
now" prepared to give our cus
toinots tho benefit of these reduc
tions ns long as our stock holds
out. For thoso wishing an up to
dato wheel of the highest prude,
one which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest oxtent, wo would offer
the "RAMBLER." As to im
provements for tho coining season
we would say wo anticipate uouo.
Such changes which may be made
will, as has boen tho past two
years, bo changes immatorial to
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly givo this some thought
or call your frionds'nttontion to it
E. 0. Hall & Son
TgrjJP H fy"
K'j R a i h ii n tt
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
-.'I WWFW IftHWIi
Sorgoniit F J lVvoy, Sorgeant W
L Fenn, Sergeant A E Anderson,
Corporal C E Thompson, Corpor
al C V Hirst, Corporal 11 Dow
doll, F M Dicrs, O G Larson, H
A F Bohr, J F Norton, W W
Thompson, A Martin, D A Con
roy. Company H Captain F Wnr
reu, Corporal A F Enronpfort,
Corporal J E Brodoriok, Sorgoant
T Carrol, Sergenut M Holtz, E L
Atwnter, J Furuanz, F Mullor, A
O'Brion, G W LaBwell, B Eisuor,
G M Mitoholl.
Company P CoptainRRiohtor,
Lioutenant H Hubor, Lieutenant
W Tobin, Sergeant F Mooro, Ser
geant M Sheenan, Musician J.
Von Stadout, L J Riugen, C G
Strippol, O H Otten, A Bluwat, J
Kallmau, A Pay son, N Hall.
Company K Captain T J Cun
ningham, Lieutenant E D Finloy,
Lieutenant C W Soely, Sergeant
E F Bottoron, Sorgennt F J Des
mond, Corporal J Utschig, J It
Robb, E Sohmai., E V Jacobson,
L J Roubold, J R Helms, W
WarnekrosB, 1' F Brunette, G M
Barloy, P F Bauer, O F Maguire,
J De Bomardi, 11 Meyers
Company L Captain F J Eg
gort, Lieutonant H J Cutzans,
Sergeant C Gootzhain, W G Leff
mau, J L Slattery, F J Grnnd-
Company M Sergeant Colby,
Musician J W Eugle, Corporal
Tho preliminary contests which
resulted in tho eolection of tho
foregoing teams took placo Do
comber 0 nud 13. On December
20 the first of tho final competi
tions took placo at Shell Mound
Park, aud on .Tauuaiv 3 the poo
oitd ot tho propaiatory seiies will
Louis Barrere, inspector of rifle
piaetiso of tho First Infantry, N.
G. C, has adilu'aeed a circular to
his comrades, in which he says:
"This is not au oidinary con
test, but ouo which should prove
of great intorost to our regiment,
every membor of which sh mid do
all in his powor to oncourago en
thusiasm and stimulate the etforts
of themon to establish their supe
riority ns marksmen, so that iu
tho futuro they can speak with
prido of the decorations given in
Colonel W. Macdonald return
ed to tho city last Thuibday.. Ho
appreciates the importiiuco of tho
contest in which his regiment is
about to engage. He is not over
confident of victory, but believes
that his sharpshooters will cap
ture tho trophy. Ho knows that
there are many orack shots in tho
Hawaiian legimont, and is not in
clined to underrate tho skill of his
The Examiner of December 21
says: Tho shooting at Shell
Mound yesterday was confined to
practise aud tho monthly medal
scores of tho National Gnard.
From tho number of militiamen
present it must bo conceded that
tho coming match with tho Uawai
ians, that iu to tako place on Jan
uary 10, is creating consideiablo
Captain E O White of the Ha
waiian Nalionnl Guard was iu at
tendance, and his presuueo Boom
ed to spur the boys to good work,
judging from the score3 made.
Companies B. aud I. shot their
monthly scores. They aro in
cluded in tho following:
Company 13 L Zimmerman 43,
F Baumgartner 42, Captain G Fil
rner 41, A Hainmersou 40, R A
Gills 30, Sergeant B Taylor 42,
Corporal G Olausenius 42, Liouto
mint A F Ramm 3fi. A Fotz 41, A
Gohrot 41, J Fetz 43, O Perry 40,
W F Taylor 32, A II Frick 42, E
15 Poppin 41, V Demarius 40, W
H Krug 40, E O Cardoll 39, W J
Hayes 39, GH Sullivan 38, AE
Althorpo40, W Proll 39, Lieuto
naut Townsond 37, J Miller 32. R
Wear 37, EL Filmor 41, Miller
32, Ungormau 43, Sioborst 39,
Gliiroul 39, Sturtovnnt 40.
Company O R O Dunbar 31,
C Meyer 4 J, H T Hicks 37, Ser
geant F N Ross 30, Northrop 39,
A H Kennedy 41, Smithson 41,
W Unfred 39, Goodoll 35, Mus
grave 40, Carson 3G, Gillis 83, O
F Waltham 40, Dumbroll 39,
Jnmo6 38, Pholps 35.
Company JS F 11 Fuller 31,
Captain Fitzgerald 32, Lieuten
ant Robinson 39.
Oompauy F Sorgoant O D
Cook 40, John Fitzgerald 42,
Liout. Niepect 39, McNutt 33,
Pratt 81,Iverson 39, Iloston 35.
Company G Sorgeant W L
Fenn 45, Sorgeant W B Larkin
39, W W Thompson 41, Sorgoant
F J Ponoy 44, J F Norton 41,
Lieutenant Y N Swasoy 40, E O
Thompson 40, P M Diors 40, Sei
coant R F Dowdoll 40, R E Aii-
jdorsoulO, G Siiumio 39, C P
JANUARY 0, 1897.
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our ppcclalties ....
Kingslmry Pianos 1
Tne perfection of art Iu
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS, Un
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struction. ItEGINA MUSIC BOXES the KlnR
of all, playti over ouo- thouauud
AUTOHAUPS, everjhody'8 Inatru
meat, u child can piny K.
GUITARS, we carry I he celebrated
Hriiry F. Mut-on, Harwnod and
of-tr s-ho", from S4 up
BANJ03, Siowiirt, Falrbinkfi &
Colo and oilier wellkunvwi
ACCOKDKONS, tho celebrated "lm
perlul" And other good llnea.
tSy" And a lliiuisnnd und one other
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Our edobrttted Wall, Nichols Co.
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Fur all Instruments.
Our s'otk Ip the innxi varkd to lie
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Matsl Mats I
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HOLLISTEB & CO.,
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ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. B. Williams, II. H. Willinnio-& Co.
and Willinma Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warergomss,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Bent
Undertaker and EmMmer,
Tombstones' and Monuments.
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