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JANUARY Iff 1817.
LOCAL AND GENKKAL.
Murntn A Uo. Imvo received now
Tho Council of Stato had n
meeting nt '2 p. m.
Board of Health mooting nt 3
o'clock this afternoon.
Tlio rnces at. Ktipiolnui purl; to
morrow nftornoon comnioneo nt
Judge- do In Vorgno hns eight
civil units on this afternoon's cn
lendtir. Tho Indies will hnvo possession
of tho Jioretaniu tennis courts this
Mrs.lt. C. Spalding nud 0.13.
Spalding Jr. enmo over from Kn
Tho bnnd will piny nt Knpiolnni
park tomorrow nftornoon instead
of Emma squnrn.
Tho wifo of Cnptniu Simorson
is dead. She died a few days ago
nt Konuhou, Knu.
The Christian Workors hnvo a
mooting nt tho Y. M. C. A. hnll
this nftornoon nt U.
Tho first drugstore was opened
for business by Al Mnnsur, tho
Arnbinn, 744 A. 1).
Another lnrgo crowd wns pro
Bent nt tho band concert nt Tho
mas squnro last evening.
Tho police medal shoot is on ;
anain this afternoon. So fnr offi
cer Chamberlain is ahead.
Tho Sharpshooters aro taking
in quite a number of now mem
bers, somo of them from tho mili
Oinrcielln of Borne hns discover
ed tho germ of yellow fever nud
' hopes to show how to combat the
Cnpt. F. W. Fehlbohr, tho vetor
nn court bailiff, is sitting up in
bed, but ho is vory weak although
Tho steamer Noenu may leave
for Lahaina and llamakun ou
Monday, but nothing dnliuito is
known about it yet.
G. McNicoll, who lutoly opened
n French bosH cnudy factory on
King street near Fort, mauufao
hires fresh both candy daily.
Tho floor of the building on
King street, occupied by the
Cingalese jowelors, is being ro
duced to tho level of tho street.
It is gonornlly hoped that the
usunl custom of Laving long and
tedious waits between tho races
will not bo in vogue tomorrow.
0. A. Peacock leaves for tho
Colonies by the Zenlaudia to iu
nugurnto some business enter
prises. Ho may be absent a year.
It. V. Wilcox will give a luau
at Mannalua tomorrow nftoruoou
and evening in honor of the birth
dny of his son. Tho National band
Those desiring n supply of
Guatemala coffee seed can hear of
something to thoir advantage by
applying to tho Commissioner of
All tho government buildings
will bo closed tomorrow. Tho
postolfio.1 will be opened nfter tjio
arrival of tlio Zeahuidia for a
Lieutenant Bergstrom is tlio
only candidato for first lieutenant
of Company D and will probably
be re-electod at tLo compuny
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com-
jjuuy unci a uiiiuiuH in uu. i hub
issue in which nttentioii is ealled
to a number oE iiseful articles and
........ or. ........ r, , l !,
novelties for the kitcliou.
IMates will be Inid for ono hun
dred nt the police luau iu tho
station house tomorrow. Turkeys,
chickens, ducks nud sucking pig
will bo among tho dolicacies pro
vided. In the polico court this moru
iug Quong Chong and Lock Ung
woro fined SoO onoh for opium in
possession; Ah Koo S3 for violat
ing hack regulations, aud five
drunks $2 each.
Georgo 0. Boss, who holds
dowu ndosk iu tho Interior Office,
was married to Miss Carrie Sioin
sen at St. Andrew's Cathedral last
evening. A reception wns hold at
the priory afterward.
At noon tomorrow James L
Morgan will soil at auction by
ordor of J. M. Cnmnra, adminis
trator of the estato of Quorum
Fernaudes, the promises situate
ou tho southeast corner of Spen
cer avenue and Magazine stroet,
now occupied by Dr. N. Bussel
The Hi'MxriK will bo issued nt
Amnlnur players nro invited by
notico in this impor to join tho
Y. M. 0. A. orchestra.
"W.S.Luce will hold a judiciary
Balo of. property in tho Wm. K.
, Parker ostato at noon of tho 21st
Tho rnngo of tho Shnrpshoolors
I will bo opon to mombers for
I prnctiso from 8 o'clock until the
j Tho arrests this morning con
I sistcd of two Chinese opium fionds,
ono trunut and twelvo native gnm-
blors who wore cnught playing
I Hussian war.
v By tho Mauua Lon roports will
bo rpcoived of Annexation Club
I meetings at Wniluku, Lahaiua
and Makawno, Maui, to hnvo been
held in tho pnst week.
j This boiug tho Inst day for pay-
iug wnter rntes, under ponnlty of
ton per cent ndditiou for doliu-
I quents, Major Pratt hns beon kept
busy sinco U o clock at tho paying
Tho aunual meeting of the
Contrnl Union church enme off
Inst evening. Tho usunl reports
of officers and committees were
piosonted, which will be present
ed in pamphlet from for tho uso of
Tho dnnco at the Healani Boat
Club's quarters is tho principal I
ovent ot tins evening. it is
nsked to be snid that this
is n subscription dnnco, nud any
body wishing to nttoud enn secure
a tickot from tho treasurer, F. B.
Oat, or any member of tho club. '
J. A. Hughes, foreman car
builder for the 0. B. & L. Co., I
has in hand fivo 20-ton box enrs, '
required on tho lino in view of I
increasing trnfic. Thoy nro to j
hnvo tho lntest stylo of stool ;
trucks. He is also building ten ,
30-ton platform cars for honvy i
mnohinery, conl, etc. i
Ed. Towse, latoly editor of tho
Hawaiian Star, today disposed of I
Lis stock in the Hawaiian Stnr I
Association, nt n rnte npproachiug
eighty per cent of par value. Tho
block of stock consisted of 300 '
shares, and tho deal was mado '
through Harry Armitnge, account-
ant with James F. Morgan.
.iiA.ii.iiorii I.AXI .MI.KS.
At Auction lij- W. s. Liico on
W. S. Luco has some important
land sales on hand for Monday,
January 18, at noon, when Lo
will dispose of tho Pratt promises
at Waikiki, oither as a whole or iu
1 subdivisions to suit purchasers,
1 necording to tho plaus to be seen
: iu his office.
J Ho will nlso sell threo valuablo
! pieces of residenco property bo
I longiug to Mrs. W. H. Smith,
which aro more fully described in
Both sales will take placo at the
nuction rooms ou tho cornor of
Queen nnd Fort streots.
'Ilium l'orl" Dclliictl.
The Trensury Departmont hns
issued n circular (unending the
customs rogulntions of 1802,
wnoroiu tlio term "homo port" is
defined. TLo rogulntions wero
not iu nccordanco with tbo statutes
und thoir ambiguity hns misled
customs officers in some instnuces.
TLo amended regulations read ns
a vPHReiR nnmo nnrr.
A vnaocira linmfi nnfr io ilint
i i, i i
)ort established by law
a. f I . I t
nearest to winch tun iinsiinuu or
niaunging owner resides. It is
' ,d,jo the port at which a vessel's
I permaueut marine, papers issue,
and its name must bo specified iu
1 all marine documents. But, in i
roforence to tho painting of the :
uauio of a port of hail on tho '
stern of a vessel, the word 'port'
may be construed to mean oither
tlio port whore tho vessel is
registered or enrolled or tho plnco
l in the same district where tho
J vessel was built, or whero ono or
I more of the owuors rosido." S.
! F. Chronicle.
Two Nlnely FiirnlMinil Rooms In
private n-lilenui). Apply No. 02
I'rlntoiV liue. 508 3t
The Y. M. C. A. Omliestra boltiir
olinut, to re'iime prii-HHH, IiivI-h
Aiiuileur I'lrtycrd In the i-ltv lo Join
itH rHiikx. mure imrtlciilnrly tiio-n
who piny Violin, Cornt-t utnl Klutf.
Ai.ly to n. l Wi-hin-iii. Prx-l.lKiii;
V, A. I.ovh, trp:kurpr; Wniy Tuylor,
hei'ristiiry, or ixoy meuitier vA Hih or
cliu9ir. 503-1 w
Celebrated for lt t;rcat Uavcnlni; utrcmitli
mid liculthfulncfft. AfsurcK llic fond nlnt
slum and nil form of adulteration common
to the chcop bramlg. llm.u. llvhINc. l'm
una Co , Nrw York.
Cures tho racking cough, relieves
the soreness and overcomes tho
weakness und lassitude.
For warding off pneumonia,
bronchitis, consumption nnd
other dangers that follow this
insidious disenso, thousands of
physicians in every hind testify
that cod-liver oil is the most
Food-Emulsion is ns palatable
as milk. It contains uKo tho
valuable hypophospliitcs of Lime
King luid Fort.
Sale of Valuable Real Es
' In piirrunticu of an onlernf thpCir-
, cult Cmi't (if the Flrt Circuit of the
, HuwhIIiui IsIuiuJn, the 1111 'erilfueil
1 will sell at publiK nuotliin, at tli aim
, Hon loom- of W. S Luce, Honolulu
Tlmrmliiy, January li.Ht, lh!J7, at hi
I o'clock noon, nit of tlio following (les-
I crllieil Real ICilute.
1 A pi) n n 1 K lionmiik'i ana mi ke
j kill! II k. n pill unii 1110 w klhl Ak'iu
o ka pa o ICuki innnutiim o 1; Uowu
o 1111, iuliUii mil eluu o ka I 'a Hiil-
I pule, 11 (i lioln Hem "a: K0111 2o'J
' puuku ma ko Kuku, hIuIIh liolo Akiui
,'2,'ia Com. 101 puuku uu k Liiii-t,
alalia liolo Akau 73 3 Hlk. 203 pxiiku
inn ko Alumil, iiluliu liolo lletn. 1 :
Nik, Illll luiiliil nmkii I'ti-Halepiiie 11
liikl I kulil I lioountkn nl Mu kfl'i
1 Hp urn nlnu pillule l'i3l!3-llK) Kk 1 Tlit-
fiinid IipIiik Aimim 1 of Honl I'rtitiit
; 171)1 Killemin JI90 to l.ne HlUiUfl at
, Ainv'iiloli'iiU, l'.uioi, O.iill.
&&T On thli Laiul there 1 11 IwrgH
live Hug Iioii-m. In iIih uril Hinl
, krouMl- ilieie re iiumcniiM fruit tiecd
, in bfiirin.', ornuiiieiilal trent, lloivt-ra
Brlutr Hlluute at (lie entrance of
I'auou Vnllf.v, tliHulliutite ixiUllght
fully cool uinl lie.illliy.
63 'IV 1 me, CukIi, Uulteil dtatex
gjB Conveymien at c xpetise of Pur-olm-ier.
Ailiiilul-trutilxof tlia Kstattiof Wm,
II. Parker, iltueum-d. 508 ot
Art -:- Fotos
The Most Complete
and Artistio Series
of Island Views Ever
The Lntest Appliciinof h for Fine
Woik portuiniiig t 1'hotogrnphy.
521.1 Fort St.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
A.ti;oi iey a I: Ijav
1 1 Kimhuiiimm Strcut.
Tulonliouo No. (IS2.
In the YEAR
Aro the kind of goods we
hnndlo. Whilst tho holidays
hnvo inndo gront gnjm iu roiiio
lines, most of our lines will
still be found vory com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It tnkos n good ninny sales to
make an impression iu our
stock, wo carry so many.
I Watches for $3
For men nnd boys, nud
I Watches for $300
For thoBO with a longer
nurse nnd nn inclination tor
something out of tho ordinary.
Wo wnnt to ndd you to our
list of pleased watch customers,,
no mattor how littlo or Low
much yon havo to spond for tho
purpose. Wo havo tLo goods,
and our many years of oxperi
onco will bo gladly given to aid
you iu selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notico in hor.by given that hy
virtuo of a power of huIo contnin
od ui u ceititin inortgng dab (I tho
13th di.y of iVptomber, 1888,
Hindu by Koawoknne w and
Ki.lim k Lor husliiind, oI'Lu
huiuu, 11 iu ul of .Muni, to Josu
I'spindu of said Luhiuii:i, rocord
cd iu tlio oilice of tlio Itogistrar of
Convcyanci's iu Lihor 112 on
IMgus 1!)7, 108 und 1!)!). I, ICllon
G. Lyiniii, of Hilo. Island of Hu
wuii, tho . ssignuo of iid mort
riio by viii 10UH mt'rtiio iiHsign
mouts, ihtoud to foreo'osn tlio stud
mortgage li.r a bivach of tho con
ditions iu snid mortg'go contain
ud. to wit: tho non-payment of
both tho principal nnd iutorost
Notice is ubo Loreby given Hint
nil and singular tin; hinds, tene
ment h mid iifiuiiitauiuuts in tjiud
mortgagu dci'd coutuinod and dca
cubed uill be sold at public unc
tion at tho auction room of Jiinios
P. Morgan on Quoen street, Hono
lulu, Inland of Oihu, on Monday
tlio 18th day of January, A. D.
1897, at 12 o'clock uoonofsaid
Tho property in snid mortgago
is thus described, viz:
A cort'iin n-ircnl of land situato
io I nliaiiiii on tho Inland of Mmii,
tii.oliiol' uith till tint piivilegos
and uppiii tunniCL'H to tlio sumo
bidongiilg nnd nil tho buildings
tlii'icoii, und bnuiiilt'd .Mid di-'s-criboil
"E hoouiiika ana ma ko kihi
llikina o koii inn kahi o pih una
ir.u ka alatiui impnui a mo ko
Makiudo t inn, a o liolo nnu;-Ho
12. : , K- 1 k.'iul ma ko Mnku'lo;
Ak ."ilj c, Ko 1.20 kind nut ko
Kahakai; Ak -12 s, Hi 1-18 kaul
mu ko bipi; Ho 47 5 , Hi 120 knul
ma kn Aluiiui a Inki 1 icuhi 1 hoo
inakaai, n inaloko 0 m uiiia 1 8
oka, a 01 lki aku palm oim lki
KLLKN G. JA'MAN,
Terms Cash. Deeds nt exponne
Kor furthorpiirtiouliirs apply to
tho Mortgageo or Lor attorno) k,
Thurston & Stanley.
Dated, Honolulu Doc. 10th, 1800.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ockick! !203 Merchant htreet. Cainiibull
1 l)lok rear o( J. O. Cartel' ofllcu. I'. O.
Ladies Muslin Underwear
HaT" OUR OWN MAKEI
Best -Value - Ever - Offered
N. S. SACHS'
5i20 Fort Street
Ladies Night Gowns nt 50cts.
Ladies Night Gowns with Embroidery Yoke, Sleeves
Trimmed for 1.00.
Ladies Skirts with Kullle, f0cts.
Ladies Skirts Embroidery .Unfile at 1.00.
Ladies Chemises, 3 for 1.00.
Ladies Drawers, Embroidery Trimnmd, good cotton and
well made for 50cts.
Corset Covers from GOcts. upward.
AST Our Underwear is made specially for us, and wo
guarantee good cotton and good workmanship.
MAN - HIS
. FOH TIIK CU11K
Hctse?, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Swine, and Poultry.
Tlio Marvelous Hair Itomoily which provonts
FOIl SALE BY
Solo Agont, Honolulu.
Cy Neat pamphUt (reo on application. 1'. O. llox 292, Telephone 20.
Honolulu, April 21, lb!H5.
Mr. C. W. Ma(T.kl.nk: It affords me pleasure to rccoinineuil, to any otic whoso hair
Is falliuROHt, tho nBO of Hit. I'OTTlll'M IIAIIMIII,. My tnir was coiuiUR out at such
a rato us led mo to bcliuvo that I would soon hec jiuo b ild. After using the oil for tiro woehs
this ceased outlrely; nono whatever is now falling ont. 1 itinsidir It the b-st and only
worthy remedy for thin troub 0 and 11U0 rcoomuicnd it ns 11 stmiiilaut to now crowth.
005 tf Yours tmly, J.ll.DANMEM.
J. T. WATEBHOUSE
A groat ileal of tho cargo
of tho .T. C. Glnilc was for us
and the vessel should hnvo been
hero before Christmas. We ex
pected tho goods for the holi
days and they failed to arrive.
What's tho result? A big lot
of goods which should havo
been sold. Wo lose tho profit
rather than carry them over
WARE, in now shapes.
DINNER WARE, in sets
CUPS and SAUCERS,
Go to you at a third off
what you would pay if the sale
was regular. Tho head winds
which kept tlio vessel from
reaching Honolulu weeks be
fore slio did, wero ill winds to
us and favorable ones to you.
CHEAP JAPAN WARE,
TUMBLERS and GLAUS
WARE. Are yours for tho asking
and a minimum of coin to bind
tho bargain. This is not a
clearance sale but ono to un
able us to mako room for tho
! goods yet to arrive.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Subt-criliH for the Evknimi Hdl
i.etjn, 76 cunts par mouth.
DiWN - HDRSE
-:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
Of M.SKAS13 0'
Lewis fr Co,
will find it to their
buy en lined goods
delicacies by the
keep as well in tho
on our shelves and
tho purchaser gets tho benefit
of tho wholesale rato. Tho
saving is considerable and our
prices nro ns low, if not lower
than any placo in Honolulu.
There's no question about the
quality. Think it over and let
this bo one of your 1897
Among the many relishes
for uso on the table every day
and for hot or cold meats Chut
ney ranks iirst. It is essentially
East Indian and the flavor of
tho spices gives zest to the
appetite. Sumo of tho brands
aro from formulas evolved in
the brains of English army
oilicers who have campaigned
in India. Tho aptitude of the
English to cotton on to good
things for tho table is prover
bial and the 'designing" of
Chutih y has not weakened
their reputation in this respect.
Wo havo given different
brands of Cucou: Gheradelli's;
Phillips Digestible; Van Hou
tens; Epps Homeopathic; War
tor Bukers Breakfast; Cracked
iu bulk and Cocoa Shell in bulk.
Persors finding Chocolato too
heavy for them experience only
pleasant results from tho uso
of cocoa. Wo aro certain of tho
quality of tho goods and do not
hesitate to recommend ihein.
Wo believe wo carry tho lar
gest stock of groceries in Ho
nolulu and our facilities for
supplying customers is unsur
piihsed. Lewis & Co.,
Kort Sliuot, - - llnuulvilu
. 1 , .Ml . 'V.