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Have you tried Luce's Benedic
. Company B has re-elected
Louis T. Kenake first lieutenant.
John "W. Kalua is at present
an ardent philo-American. What
Mr. Dole's home-made republic
will bo proclaimed on the Fourth
of J uly.
The Monowai is due tomorrow
from Sydney en route for San
beaoorn Luce Will Take
Dr. Brodie leaves on the "Warri-
moo for British Columbia for a
The convention was at it again
-today. The constitution is now
Company B's ball took place
last night, and is said to have
been a sucossful affair.
If the Monowai arrives today
the band will play at the Hawai
an Hotel at 7:30 p. m.
There is quite a competition
among the merchants as to who is
to take the prize offered by the
4th of Julj-committee to the party
who presents the finest decoration
of his premises. Seaborn Luce
has been practising for several
days, but today he hit the mark
and the committee is with him
Some beautiful posters advertis
ing the famous Benedictine fur
nished the foundation of the
decoration while samples of the
unique liqueur put the 'judging'
committee in the best of humor.
Besides being picturesque the
decoration has the advantage ,of
being palatable and useful. Even
the aromatic mice were out of
Don't forget to call.
Makaweli plantation will finish
grinding in two or three weeks.
The crop will exceed 13,000 tous.
Goo. Hooghtiiiliug charged
with violating the Sunday law,
was discharged in the District
The Philadelphia mm, it is
understood, will uot be landed on
the Fourth, to.partako in Colonel
The Maui people are to be
congratulated on the appointment
of Dr. Arraitago as
physician for Wailuku.
Mr. Uusted the directory man
Las appointed David Morton as
his canvassing agent for Maui.
Morton left yesterday by the
To morrow afternoon, a most
interesting match game will be
played at the Makiki grounds
between the After the Ball team,
Andrew Phillips, captain.and the
Daisy Bells, Eddy Neumann, cap
tain. The reputation of the two
young professionals insures a
most snr.cessful and interesting
game. The pitching and batting
be unique. The
might get a point or
The Miike Maru.
It is expected thatFraucis Leo
etc. Harden will depart on the
Monowai. Tho government in
tends to assist him in making
Poople desiring to visit Maui
on the Fourth should secure their
tickets without delay. The
prospects are that tho Claudine
will be crowded.
Bunting for tho Fourth of July
is in great demand. Charles
Girdlersold his whole stock of
red, white and blue before
10 o'clock this morning.
The Japanese steamer Miike
Maru arrived off port last night,
and after a thorough investigation
by the health officers was permit
tea to land this afternoon. Tho
steamer is fifteen days out from
lokohama and carries 1197 male
and 327 female immigrants
She also lias two cabin passengers
and fifteen in tho steerage. As
freight she carries coal and Jap
a nose merchandise. Owing to
tho pestilence in China, tho
quarantine authorities used great
care in allowing the vessol to
come inside. Secretary "Wrav
Taylor is busy this afternoon
landing the immigrants who will
be distributed on the different
plantations as soon as possible.
The Miike Maru will probably
take about 600 Japanese away
from here 'when she. leaves for
X THE CIECTJIT COURT, FIRST CIR
I cnit of ill Hsita Islands. 3a tae
rsatter of ERNESTINE GRAY, of Honolulu,
Oaba, voluntary bnkrpt- Upon reading
and filing the pet.tkn of said Ernestine
Gray alleging that more than si month
lure elapsed since she was adjudged bank
rupt, and praying for a discourse from all
her debts, it is ordered that FRIDAY, the
13th day of July, IS 4, at 10 o'clock a.a. of
said day, in the Conrtroum of said Court, in
AliioUni Hale, Honolulu, be and the same
is hereby appointed for hearing said appli
cation, at which time and pLica all creditors
who have proved their claims assunst said
binkrnpi may appear and show canse, if any
they hate, why the praver of said bankrnDt
should not be granted.
iiy Uie Lourt:
GEO. LUCAS, Clerk.
Honolulu, June 26, 1S!M. 3t eow
HAWAII'S " BLUE" LAWS
THE MECHANICS' UNION
1 will meet ON WEDNESDAY EVEN'G,
June 27tb. at S pan., at tho usual Dhce. A
Full Attendance is Requested.
jn25 3t PER ORDER.
CONSTITUTION and LAWS
Framed "by tlie Missionaries,
Begin - on - Wednesday,
Shops Open and Running at 1:50 p.m.
PKEI'AR ATOItY axd
3 p. m., in Bishop Hall; Battalion Drill
anil Band Concert, 4:30 p.m.
LAWS of the HAWAIIAN
Of Free and Prohibited Pishing- G rounds.
Free Pishing Grounds.
Kawaiahao Church, Thursday,
JUNE 2Sth, S p.m.
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED. iu25
Tho programme for the celebra
tion of the Fourth of July has
beon made up and promises some
" good eutertaiment to those who
celebrate America's daw
Tho beneficiaries under the
will of J. F. O. Banning will
recoivo over 71,000 each. Tho
litigation between tho heirs and
the administrator of the estate is
It is'stated that the Japanese
Diplomatic Agent Mr. S. Fujii
has asked tho government for
permission to land the troops
from the Kongo for a drill, and
has been refused. The reasons
of the refusal seem to be similar
to those given is the British'
The American League didn't
stop the 1,500 Japanese from
landing as it was promised they
Don't forget the graduating ex
orcises of tho Kamehameha
schools, at Kawaiahao church to
To Arriue Par ss Arawa
WASHINGTON OATS !
fasliiogtou Rolled Barley,
At Iiowest Trade Prices.
LARGE STOCK OF
Groceries Always on Hand
A POX , TEKEIER BITCH,
answering to Uie name of
''Patch." A reward will be paid
for her recoverv at the Anchor
Saloon, corner of Xuuanu and
The p.g. officials are still claim
ing that Minister Willis will es
tablish a protectorate as soon as
the "republic" is proclaimed.
Tho closing exercises of. the
Kamehameha schools are taking
place this afternoon. A largo
number ui people is present.
TheAikoke Mara left Yoko
hama on the 9th inst. and is due
in a day or two. She brings no
contract laborers. -
Nearly all the seats for the per
formance of the Yaudoville Com
pany on the 5th of. July have been
taken By calling at It J. LeTey's
office, a few tickets ay yet be
jNortga6's ISTotice of
Intentiorx to ITorclose
and of Sale.
In accordance with the provisions of cer
tain Mortgage, made by KAAIAKALA (k)
of rueopakn, Hilo, Hawaii, to E. G. Hitch
cock, dated Angost 16, 1S90, recorded in
Liber 128 on papes 2X and 253 and duly
assigned to Kini Kanaeholo, dated October
9. 1S91, recorded in Liber 126 on page 257.
Notice is hereby given that the mortgage
.intends to foreclose the same for condition
broken to -writ: nonpayment of principal
and. interest notice is likewise given that
after the expiration of three weeks from the ;
date of this notice, the propartr conveyed
by said mortgage will be advertised for sale
ai pnblic auction fit HiL Court House on !
Saturday the 14 day of July, 1S94, at 12 i
noon of said 'ay. j
Farther particoLir-s can be had of Kinney j
1L. Koahoa attorney at law.
Dated, Hilo, Jnse lStfc, ISM.
Teres Ciqk. Seeds at the expense of
Tins premises covered by said mortgage
' Tse'UBdivided in tree t in the bad des
cribed i& Eoyal Patent Xaraber 1Q25 and
more sirtieskrly described ia deed from
KetSkekkiMto Kaaikak.ade4tkdy of
Febrarr. A. D. 1980. recorded w Ltr 127
His majesty the King hereby takes tho fishing grounds
from those who now possess them, from Hawaii to Kuuai,
and gives one portion of them to tho common people, another
portion to the landlords, and a portion ho resorvos to him
These are tho fishing grounds which his Majesty tho King
takes and gives to the people; the fishing grounds without
the coral reef, viz : the Kiloheo grounds, theLuheo ground,
the Malolo ground, together with the ocoau beyond.
But tho fishing ground from tho coral reef to tho soa
beach are for the landlords, and for the tenants of thoir
several lands, but not for others. But if that species of fish
which tho landlord selects as his own- personal portion.
should go on to the grounds which are given to tho common
people, then that species of fish and that only is taboo. If
the squid, then the squid only; or if some other speclos of
fish", that only and not tho squid. And thus it shall bo ia
all places all over the islands; if tho squid, that only; and
if in some other place it be another fish, then that only and
not tho squid.
If any of tho people take tho fish which the landlord ta
boos for himself, this is tho penalty, for two years he shall
not fish at all on any fishing ground. And tho several land
lords shall give immediate notice respecting said fisherman,
that tho landlords may protect their fishing grounds, lest ho
go and take fish on other grounds.
If there be a variety of fish on tho ground whoro tho land
lord taboos his particular fish, then tho tenants of his own
land may tako them, but not tho tenants of other lands, lest
they take also the fish t tbooed by tho landlord. The pooplo
shall give to tho landlord one-third of the fish thus taken.
Furthermore, there shall no dnt' whatever bo laid on tho
fish taken by the people on grounds given to them, nor shall
any canoe be taxed or taboo'd.
If a landlord having fishing grounds lay any duty on tho
-fish taken by the people on their own fishing grounds, tho
penalty shall bo as follows: for bno full year his own fish
shall be taboo'd for tho tenants of his own particular land,
' and notice shall bo given of the same, so that tho landlord
who lays a duty on the fish of tho poople may bo known.
If any of the landlords lay a protective taboo on their fish,
when the proper fishing season arrives all the people may
take fish, and when the fish are collected, they shall bo
divided one-third to the fishermon, and two thirds to tho
landlord. If there is a canoo fall, one-third part shall bo
long to the fishermen and two-thirds to the landlord. If
the landlord seize all tho fish and leavo none for itie fisher
men, the punishment is the same as that of the landlords
who lay a duty on the fish of the people.
If, however, there is any plantation having fishing
grounds belonging to it, but no reef, the sea being deep, it
shall still be proper for the landlord to lay a taboo on ono
species ot fish for himself, but one species only. If tho
parrot fish, then the parrot fish only; bnt if some other fish,
then that only and not the parrot fish. These are tho en
actments respecting tho free fishing grounds, and respecting
the taking of fish.
2. Bespectixg the Taboo'd Fishlng Gbocxds. -
Those fishing grounds bich are known by tho people to
have shoals of fish remaining upon them, shall at tho proper
season for fishing be placed under tho protective taboo of
the, tax officers, for the King. Tho fishing grounds on Oaha
thus protected, axe 1, Kalia; 2, Keehi; 3, Kapapa; i, Mala
eakuli, 5r Pahihi; On Molokai, as follows: 1. Punalan; 2,
Ooia; 3, Kawai; 4, Koholanui; 5, Kaonini; 6, Aikoolua; 7,
Wai.okama; 8. Heleiki. On Lanai the Bonito and the Par
rot fish. On Maui, theKuleku of Honuaula and other places.
(To Be Continued,)
: . reprentative. secured.