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The Court will go Into full mourning
for Her late Hoyal Highness Princess
Llkellke from tlili date until the day
after tho Funeral; nnd will wear half
mourning from tint time uull the ex.
plrntlon of two weeks from tho day of
CURTIS F. IAUKEA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolnnl Palace. Fob 3, 1887.
BHHOP ft Oo HAKK.KK.S
Honolulu Ihiwallnn Islands
Draw Exchango on thu
lSanlc ol Ctilll'oriilu, S. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commerclnl Bunk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
gM.LJLLJ IIL !.. l- ,..' 'J1H
$Jw gJuHj iUU:thu
PUdged to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat esUMlsked for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY. MAK. 1. 1887.
THE MARSHAL SHOULD HOT BE
The Marshal of the Kingdom, Mr.
Kaulukou, is now representative for
Wailuku. The vacancy which oc
curred through the resignation of
Mr. G. E. Richardson, necessitated
by his acceptance of a judgeship in
a Court of Record, is filled by an
Executive offlcer of the Government.
The Judge had, in our opinion, as
good a constitutional right to retain
his seat in tho representative body
as the Marshal to be elected to it ;
only that tho Judge is debarred in
definite words, while the Marshal is
excluded by express implication.
But putting this point aside, and
conceding for the present that there
is no constitutional and legal impe
diment to the Marshal of the King
dom being Member of the House of
Representatives, wc hold that every
Government official, other than
Cabinet Ministers, and especially
the Marshal, should keep out ot po
litics. Mr. Kaulukou has been do
ing well as Marshal, having brought
considerable energy and borne abi
lity to the office. We have had oc
casion more than once to commend
the gentleman's actions, and shall
always be pleased to do so when
commendation is merited. But we
cannot commend him nor anyone in
a similar position for dabbling in
politico. This is something ho has
no business to do. He should de
vote his whole time and attention to
the duties of his office, and let other
people look after the politics of the
country. Neither lie nor any other
man can discharge the duties of the
two positions, and it is a pity our
friend does not seem to realise this
AN IMPORTANT JUDGMENT.
A DIFFEItKNCK IlKTWIXT JXANTEHS.
A. E. II. Swift vs. Garstin
Dissolution of partnership.
Yesterday, His Honor Mr. Justice
McCully, rendered an oral judgment
in the case of Swift vs. Norman D.
Garstin and Herbert II. Garstin.
The following is summary of the
The bill of complainant sets forth
tho terms of partnership, and the
complaints are, the failure of Her
bert Garstin to arrive at the Kilauea
Plantation from England at the time
stipulated in the agreement, and as
a consequence his failure to put in
his share of tho capital at the time
agreed upon, the retraction of his
signature, and refusal or inability to
contribute his share of the capital.
It is also alleged that complainant
was conducting the business at his
own expense; that there was ho
much ill feeling existing between
the partners ; that it was not feasi
ble or possible to continue in busi
ness together. Overpayments by
defendants were also alleged to have
been made, and n consequent loss
nnd damngo thereby. Great differ
ences of opinion in regard to feiib
soiling, laying out of fields and
other plantation operations were
alleged U exist. Contrary orders,
interfering with and haranguing the
laborers on the part of tho defend
ants were nlao matters of complaint.
In considering thu proof of these
items and whether they are proven,
or coino up to the law, His Honor
Jiad borne in mind Storey on Vnxp
uersiiip, from which hu quoted sec
tions 280-8. He would first con
sider the allegation of the failure of
Herbert Garstin to arrive on tho
31st July, 1884. He would hold
that he, Mr. Garstin, having arrived,
and no objeotion being roado to his
Contributing his part of tho capital, (
and his taking hold of tho work for
two years, it must have been con
sidered to have been waived by com
plainant. The limo to make that
objection was when lie first came.
Tho objection about Mr. Garstin's
share of the capital, 1,000, did not
cause any Injury to tho business.
Tho second 1,000 was accepted
when it came, and so the retraction
of his signature was waived by tho
Ilis Honor then referred to the
alleged exhaustion of paitnership
funds. According to the evidence
of the Garstins, they have been able,
and arc still able to contribute all
that is necessary for current ex
penses. No other evidence has been
offered that there was an exhaustion
of funds, and that they were thereby
disabled from being put liters. The
lofiiMtl to contribute to the Decem
ber payments had been well ac
counted for. If complainant took
possession of the books, they, the
Garstins, might reasonably say they
refuse to contribute towards the
payments to the office until they
had been restored. The evidence
of thelsttpporting witnesses, Messrs.
Starkey and Schemerthorn, relates
to matters and circumstances that
would not come within the Court's
view of gross dissensions and want of
prudence. Tho method of keeping
thecash by tho three partners jointly,
is hardly to be commended. If Mr.
Garstin's method of keeping the
time book had led to a second pay
ment, it was easy to rectify it. The
payments were made in the presence
of all of them and Mr. Swift might
well have taken notice of the previ
ous payment which was entered on
the same page. It was repaired by
the diligence of Mr. Swift. An over
sight, a single oversight had oc
curred, but no fraud had been
charged, only carelessness, but the
books being kept by all three, the
blame docs not fall so sharply ns it
might in another case. They might
have amended their system of book
keeping, but where there is joint
bookkeeping tho blame is measur
ably divided. His Honor thought
that there was no occasion for the
ill-feeling that had been alleged by
complainant as arising from this
circumstance. It need not have
contributed to that state of feeling
which would make partnership im
possible. His Honor here discussed the
differences of opinion that had been
expressed on steam plowing. They
rebutted the statement of Swift that
they had given rontrary orders.
That being tne case, there was not
any controversy, nor was there any
contest and quarrel on those points.
All through, the tendency of the
testimony of complainant was that
the defendants were designedly and
of set purpose trying to ruin the
business in which they had invested
820,000. It did not seem to His
Honor to be reasonable. He could
not see any ground to justify an
alienation between these gentlemen.
It arose on complainants part. He
need not have felt as ho did. The
other parties did not feel it.
His Honor referred to the laying
out of the fields, another subject of
dispute. Mr. Swift had taken a
position that was entirely inconsist
ent with there being three equal
resident partners. He deemed that
his knowledge was superior and his
methods must be followed. Taking
his knowledge and experience
to bo superior he had, how
ever, associated himself with them,
as equal partners, yet had as
sumed the position of directing or
managing partner. Mr. Swiit had
no right to invest upon being the
manager, and excluding the Gars
tins altogether. TJie position was
no more tenable than for one of the
Garstins to have taken such a posi
tion towards him. Iu respect to
laying out the furrows by the theo
dolite, another source of dispute,
tho testimony is that the Garstins
did not differ essentially as to me
thod from Swift. Whether Swift's
method was the best or not, His
Honor was not in a position to con
trol that matter. There should not
have been an irritaiiou of feeling.
Right or wrong, having taken them
iu as partners, without reservation
of the managment, ho (Mr. S.) could
not say thej' should not have their
share of doing certain work. The
sauio line of remarks would apply to
weeding, irrigating and earthing up.
As to contradiction of orders
while the plaintiff was absent, he
assumed that the two partners could
not direct the laborers iu their work.
The proper method would have been
for Mr. Swift to have made
arrangements with his partners be
fore ho left. As to their parting
company jn their place of residence
it need not be followed by a dissolu
tion of partnership. J.t will often
happen that people cuniio.t keep
house together. It often arises tliut
there is a great tension of feeling,
and us u consequence, it is not plea
sant to mess together.
The whole result of His Honor's
discussion of the evidence was, that
the dissension and ill feeling com
plained of, had arisen from tho un
warrantable assiNnpton of control
by the complainant, and pu?si.ly ex
erted in his mind. Ho should hot
be permitted to take advantage of
his own wrong ami therefore de
mand a dissolution of tho copartner
ship by decree of court.
'J'jifl comploinant bill was there
Ms. W, ft. Castjo for complain
ant; Mr, V, M, Hatch fpr defen
dants. Tho Real "Land Agitation." An
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
oiruied for salo by GONSALVES is
CO., Queen Street. 01
YIEWS oftToLavu"Flow"of 1687,
1'iotn Negatives mnda on tho second
day of tho eruption, showing tho col.
limn nfltua at tho source crater, may
he seen nt Mm Photograph Booms of J.
GONSALVE3, 12'J Fort bl. 03
WE HAVE just received nor Aus
tralia a new lot of AttMs' Ma
terial", El ony Yuri5, HinfkeV, C-illiiet
Frames, Hmtlu Frames, eto. And wc
aro better prepared than ever to make
Cornices nnd Picture Frame, having
tho largest nnd best sdculed Mock of
Mouldings in the Kingdom. Kino
Bnoa.' Aut Stoiu:. HI
l)ii. Flint's Mkaiit Hkmkdy fan
Kpoeilie for all fiuins of llouit Din
eiibo and ulto for Discuses of Kidneys
and CiioultiiHin. Dei-eiiptivo book
with every bottle. Boimm Smith k
Co., Agents. 351
Mil II - - '
Fatjionizi: Hume Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. V. llingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheie he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowed possible whole-
pale prices. Island outers soliciteu
nnd promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is lOfpeet fully invited to
the fact "no license in required" to
sell these cigui. Do not forget the
name J. W. llingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
hi Germany and Switzerland the
principals of till schools arc required
to dismiss their pupils at noon every
day on which the thermometer at
10 a. in. registers 77 deg.
Mr. John Frederick Harvey, of
Stratford-on-Avon, was playing bil
liards at the Union Club, when hav
ing made a successful stroke and
won the game, he insiantly fell
By tho death of the widow of Sir
Krasmus Wilson, the College of
Surgeons pass at once into posses
sion of more than 200,000, which
they will proceed to apply to the
uses of their profession.
You can't have the last word with
a chemist. He always has a retort.
A JAPANESE COOK wrntcd; must
make himself generally useful.
Apply at tills Olll cc. 72
riHAS. T. GULICK, NOTARY
VJ PUBLIC, lieneral Bnslntss Agen
cy. Bil's, Accounts and Hunts collected.
Mn. JOHN GOOD, Ju., uuthoiUcd col
lictor. Employment Agency. II it. F, MABCOS,
All ordors sent to No. 38 Merchunt
Street will rcocivc prompt ntteutiuu.
Ilcll Telephone 34 M. I O. llox 415.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the People's lee and Refrlgeintlng
Oi'., held this day. tho following olllccis
were elected for the ensuing ycur:
.1. M. SASS ."...President
J K.WILDHU Vicc.l'nsldeiit
W.E. FOSTEH Stcrctaiy
Y. K. WALL irc.isuter
J. H.PA'lY Auditor
J.M.Sa.s, .1. K. Wider, W.E.Foster
See r P I. & Kef Co.
Honolulu, March 1, 1861. 72 lot
This line voting trotting bred stablon
will tat d ilu cnmiii!; teasou at Dodd's
Stables, Kapiolani Park, to a limited
number of mares.
Term, O.'IO.OO McnMon.
APTOS CHIEF, bay stiillon, by
Speculation; he by Ilydyk's l)niiijle.
teiiian, (.ut ot Marlha Washington, by
Burr's Washington; her dam by Abdul
lah, lit dam hy Lady Piin.1, by Sk-igg's
H'lttler; bur dam hy Glencoc. TI10
ubove btillion wus rabed by Sir Olaus
For fuithcr luitlcularH enquire nt the
FASHION STABLER, or ot F. HUS
TACK, at Unlace & Itobertson's ofllce,
Queen Street. 72 1m
For Sale or Charter!
SJ. The Brit bh Bark
0W Toni, Class 3:j L. J. . Vcrita, Is for
sale or pli'arter. '
Apply on buaid to
72 Ut Master.
Should ho llctiu'iiuil.
I LOANED SOME MONTHS SINCE,
two largo American tings, to parties
for decorativo purposes; thoy have
never been returned. Ono 10 feet long,
tho other 12 feet long. Tho pintles will
coiiipi' a great favor by returning them
to ,)NO, a. MeUHEW, Jf. D.,
Hotel street. ' fiji lw
Haw. BiUJiJqIuu Co,
COMMENCING ON THK FIHST OF
April nijyl, lliu lentnl of all instill.
Hunts iu 11 K In the Pisl)'iet of Konn, Is
land of Onhu, will be induced to sjtflOQ
Pirsoia desiring to maka contiuots
for one year at this rate will ho fur
nlhhcd with foimson application nt tho
olllco of tho Company.
A discount ( f 10 pur cent will bo al
lowed to sulnoriliirs pacing a ycur'
lout in advance.
Pretldept Haw, Boll Tel. Co.
Honolulu, February 31, 1887. ICg lpi
raiaMo Real Property !
Hy ordtr of tho Executors of the Will
of itcv. D. HALDW1N, debased, wo
will tell ut Publlo Auction,
On Saturday, March 6, 1887,
At Vi o'clock noon, at our Saleroom,
Queen Slreet, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 Ono lot on tho West sldo of Punn
hou street, between tho rciddcnco of
Hon. C. II. Judd and Hon. W. D. Alex
ander. Having a front age of about 209
feet on Bald Street and a depth of about
An opportunity now rarely ndrred la
IiereuU'oidid topioeutoa moildtslriihlo
!) Timi piece nf pio, criy In Iibntnn,
Maul, known v "Jtaldwin Home
Kt'iol," situalo near Ihu Court House and
l.imtitiK; containing aLout 1 acre, 3
roods and ii poles.
;t The Ahupuna of Kattauli, near
Laliaiiin, inchi lit g several lois thcrdn,
fib! to odd D. Il.ildwlii at various times.
This is a flue laud and furnishes another
of the clinuas yearly glowing rarer of
P'Jichiising ixiersion tract.
4. Tho well. known nnd desirable
propeity called Mount Ilctreat, back of
i.nhainnluna, containing nearly 200
acres of pislurc laud, tigcthcr with the
hou-o Inland forist laud. One of t'io
Milubiiou? a id delightful place hi thu
Islands wbure ul liltlu coil o,- latlgue
futilities can obtain a l.eullliful aid ie.
i'rcsliii'g 8iiinniei' climate.
fi. ID acres of lino land In Knmaolu,
Kubi, Maul, covir.d by itoynl Patent
0 10 acre? rf valuable land lit Kama.
ole, Kuln, Maul, near to lot fi, covered by
7. That Hue tiact ' f land containing
:ti acres called ICiiliiilii'ii, In Kulti,
Maul, covered by Hoy.il Patent ':78J.
8. An orange Orovo in Kaupo, Maul,
containing acre, covertd by J . C A.
All i f the nlmvu mentioned property
will be old to the highest bidder for
Ca-.li. N.S BALDWIN,
Stdf Further particular can ho had
of Wiim.iam It. Csti,i', Attomrv iu
Honolulu, of W. W. HALL,
D. D. UALDWlN,
Executory) of the Will of D. Baldwin.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
fO HI Auctioneers.
A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Merchant Street, - Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual TH. H71. . Itell Trl.0.
Law Books & Lawyers' Stationery a Specialty.
Orders takm for Newspapers, Peiio Il
eal!', Broke, Miibic, etc., from any part
of the world, having made nil arrange,
liients llietefor whilst In San Finucbci.
Itcd Rubber Stamps to Order.
For San Francisco,
The well and favoialily known Pnclllc
Mall S, S Co.'s Steamer
"City of Mew York,'
Will sail for San FroncUeo on or
MABCH Otl, 1887.
For freight nnd passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
711 w Agents P. M.S. S Co.
NOTICE ISHEUICBY01VEN THAT
the paeons hereunder nnmrd h ivo
formed n SPECIAL PAUTNERSHIP.
First: The niuno under which tho
paruprsliip Is to be conducted Is
H. HACKFELD & CO.
tfrcpittf: The gcneial nature of tho
business intended to he transacted is the
business of Importers, Sugar Factors
and Commission Meioliants
'1 he place wlu-ro uoh business is to be
triinnicted In in tho Kingdom of the
Hawaiian Islands with an o'Hce on tho
South corner of Fort and Queen StreeU
in Honolulu, in bald Kingdom.
Thirds The names ami mldenccs and
tho bpcciflo.ition of general and special
I nrtners are as follows:
rnu KOM.0WIN0 auk hex eiial vaktkeub i
II. W. Schmidt, residing at baIiI llono.
Paul iHcnbcrg, residing at Dromon,
H. F. Glade, residing at slid Honolulu.
J. F. llackfeld, losldlng at said llono.
' E, Muller. residing at said Honolulu.
T1IK FOLLOWING AUK HIT.UIAL IMIITNLUS.
J. C. Glade, residing at iesbaden,
J W. Plluger, residing nt Bremen,
Dr. H. II. Pllugir, residing at Dreinon,
J. C. Pllugor, lesldlnc at Bremen,
Fourth'. The poriod at which such
partnoit-hip was hegun isSoptombcr 1st,
1880, am) It Is to continue until Septem
ber 1st. 1891.
1 II. W. SCHMIDT.
II. F. GLADE.
J. F. HACKFELD,
J. C. GLADE,
.1 W PFLUGEH,
n. II PF LUG hit,
CO tu -It J. C. PFLUGEH.
CATTLE FOR SALE.
gBai 4 "OUT 115 HEAD OF
"EJOB Cut i!o, Ipcludfng Milch Cows
IEZJI Heif.'is nnd ono Jprscy JJ11I).
For salo elnitly or In lots, Apply to
JA3. SEAUUBY, Llllha street, ,,(
abovo Judge Dayton's. II!) lw
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
3,tu.:4lil!igJjuti'.Jii'jij.LC-i-'- "'1 ""' ri''ii"''i'"'"''''''ftKWMW.-'i'-'-i
AUCTION SALE OF
riu n AiMMMm,
" V I
On Wednesday, March 2nd,
At 10 o'clock n. in.,
At tlm Store lately oeoupicd by T. J.
MOSSM AN, corner Of Nuuanii and King
streets, we will sell at. Public Auction,
an assortment of
Crockery & Glassw're
CUT GLASS WINE GLASSES
Sugar B iwli, Fruit Dishes,
Decorated Cups and Sauocrs,
t A. .T O U I C -V AV A. It 33 ,
Cups, S.uicor.-i, Pla'tcrs,
t J3 c o 11 a. v x: i TjAait'H,
Pitchers and B.nln, Hair Brushes,
taiim: nxivi: ami fohkh,
Sets Carvcrp, Tea nnd Tabic Spin in
Toilet Mirrors, Water Monk'-ys,
Spices, ttc., etc., etc., etc.
The Store will be cp-n for Inspection
on TUESDAY, Maicb li.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
flit 'it Auctioneers
By order of MB. JOS. IIYMAN, wo
will tell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, March 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At the lesldoneo, Fort street, (below
the Fort Street School) his entire
Household Furniture, compris
ing In part;
I Carved Black Walnut Parlor Set,
upholstered In Hair Cloth;
1 WEBER SQUARE PIANO
In good tone, a tine Instrumout;
1 Ebony Music Hack.
1 Maible-top B. W. Center Table.
1 Umbels Center Bug,
1 Olive Wood Hand Carved Center
1 Pair Wool and Silk Drawing-room
Cuitaliis, 4 yards long;
Black Walnut Cornice.",
Parian Marble Figures,
1 Bronze Clock, Marble huso;
1 Bronze Urns,
2 3-Llght Chandelier,
D. W Hair Cloth Patent Docker,
1 B. W. Leather Lounge,
I Massive Carved B. W. Marblo-top
Bedroom Set, 7 pieces;
1 Steel Frame Spring Mattress,
Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows,
. Bureau Dugs, Sofa Dugs,
Jieu liiiicti, MinuKCt.s,
Window Curtains and Cornice,
2 Dresden China Figures,
1 Elegant Carved Black Walnut Mar
ble Top Sidoboard,
1 2-Light Chandelier,
1 12-ftB.W. Extension Table
Black Walnut Dining Chairs,
China Salad Bowl,
1 Dresden China Fruit Stand,
GLASS AND CROCKERYWARE
1 Dliiucr Set, Plated Ware,
Datb Tubs, Mats, nu assortment of
PAXTKY FIJItMHlll.; (iOOI)S
Kitchen Stove and Kitchen Utensils,
Garden Tools, Garden Hose,
If not previously disposed of,
ONU FINE EAtW 1'IIAKTON
tSTThe house will bo open for In
spection on WEDNESDAY, March 2d,
from 10 a. m. to 3 i m.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
OH 8t Auctioneer'.
Tuesday Evening, March 1st,
Thursday Evening, March 3d,
Saturday Evoning, March 5th,
The Oura Comp'ny
will, while en route
to San Francisco, New York, London
and 1'urU, j;ivo a alum twuou In llono.
lulu. This C nipany consists of twelvo
peifoun r., males and females. Their
feats aiemiirvolo'is, new and niimcioas,
qnbiacing tho famous
AOT OF OGAWA,
(walking whh bare feet on the razor Ijko
edgoi of Yucouiu sw rd.), walking In
tiro wilh baui feel, ttu., olc.
Tho celebrated trick, Devolving a
Huijo Tub, with oiio pel former Insldo
and ono on tho ou:sldc, the
Greatly Improved, Balancing Fins, Um.
biellas, jj it:. , aro also among the fi tits.
Box Plan now open at the Elltu lco
Doors open at 7:! Op. m.
W. II. AIilHllCII,
Citipeiitcf? & Jtiilldcr
IIOUSllS ANB I'llUKlTtmi: wni'AIlfEl),
3al)or. HU.OO pov Xay.
Workshop, : : 87 Mnuuakca Street.
MortgaEBC'sNotico of Sals.
vmiEUKAS DEFAULT HAS IJCEN
Vt made In tho condition of that
"ccrlnln Mortgnge made by Coiichtc &
Ahung to Ilyinsn Brother?, dated De
cember 18, 1885, and recorded In Liber
DO, pices 441 to 410, and rotleeof in.
tcntlon to foreclose tho fame has bemi
rlnlt rrlvotl. W llmrnfAto. In nrfOrd.
nucc with tho power of salo in said
Mortgage contnincd and by older of
said Moitgigees, I will self nt Public
Auction, nt my tali srooms In Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
ut 12 o'clock, noon.
The property covered bv snld Mort
1st Tho Leaso of that certain piece
of Lam! sltuato at Kahalnii, Koolau.
Oahit, whereon is situated thu Dice Mill
belonging to Morligagors ami ikscrlbed
In a Lease from Ah Ynn & Co. to Con
chco & Ahung, dated September!), 18.S0,
for 15 years, nnd recorded in Ileg. of
Deeds In Book fio, on pages ;)00-'.l"7, and
iiNo all Buildings, Machinery, mid
appurtenances hereon situate and also
24 Hrnd of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy "Warehouse, storing capacity
400 tons, 1 Dwelling House. 1 tinuil
Warehouse at Kahahiii beach. 3 Horses.
Tho Mill is ono of the very best on the
Islands, mid cleans SO bags A No. 1
Dlco iu twelve hours, and Is mu by
Vraterpower, is in ttrst class order; It
was erected about fi years ago at a cost of
812,010. Tho Ground rent for the Mill
site and Watcrpowcr is $200 per annum.
2nd Ono undivided ono fourth in
terest in tho YVniholo Dice Plantation
known iih Wing Chong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds more or
less nnd having 35 acres of Dice land
nioro or legs and being interest and
lenses and leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in said mort
gage, also two Houses, ono Rico
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 woiking Oxen, 11
I'luWH and utensils requisite for plan
tation. Dental about $1,02G per
iinuunt, average crop J5 tons of paddy,
owes aboti t'LCOO.
3id Tho Lease of all of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings and
improvements theieon bituato on
Ntiiiniiu street in eaid Honolulu op
posite tho late Queen Einniu's resi
dence nnd lately occupied by tho
Mortgagors ns stoic and dflieo and
dceeribed in a lease from Charles D.
Bishop and B. P. Bishop to Conclice
A Ahung dated November 25, 1S78,
for live years nnd from January 1,
188.'!, and extended for 5 venrs from
January 1, 18S8 at a rental of JJ300
per milium, and recorded in said
Registry in Book 58, pago 32. This
property is rented now at .1M5 per
month. For further particulars en
IEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THUDSTON.
fit! 20 Attorney for Mortngoes.
Millie Real Estate
Under instructions from 1bo IION.
DOADD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
at Pin lie Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my salesroom, corner of Fort and
Queui Mttois, Jlnnoliilu, that virv de
imhji tiact ol land situated at Kollu,
Llllha Stieit, known ns Lee You.
mau's PrrpiVty, comprising
Kalo & Ktila Land
of supciior quality, well-watered.
Lot No. 1 Containing an area of
11 nnd 5-100 acref, at an upset price
Lot No. 2 Adjoining Ihu nbovu on
the maultii side, mid containing an
ara ot 1 acr. Upset price S 70 00.
TERMS CASH. Deeds nt the
txpeii'-o of purchasers. Furthoi purtlc
ulaismnybi Icnrmd by npplici.tioii at
tho olllco of tho lioird of Education,
wlicro plum and surveys of tho lnii'l
m.iy be seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Fob. 2. If87 40td
On Aooount of being Over Stocked
Black Sack Suits !
Black Frock Suits!
Sort una wtiir.
ETC. ETC. ETC.
tS" Wo will maka a reduction ou tho
Now is your chance to buy Dlnck
CHAS. J. FISHEL
THE FIH1I OF SPEAB & PFEIFEB,
having been dissolved by order of
tho Hupiemo Court, and Iho undesigned
nnpolntod Becclver; notice Is hereby
given Unit Iho fine mock of Watrlics
arid Jewelry will bo ou biilo at thu More
ol bnear & PjVlfcr for a short time, nt
redirect! prices. !
All panics indohlcd to this firm are
iiotillcd to ninko scllloinoiit nt onco.
, W. F. ALLEN,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1887. 60 Ira
Bell Tel. 112. MiUual Tel. 1172.
P. O. 1'otc : 07
Gainpboll Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Estato Agents, Cus
tom House and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lcnscj, Contract, nnd nil kinds of Con.
vcyauoln'r. TinJcjincn's Books wilt-
ten up, ItcnU nnd Accounts col.
lected, lU'tuius prompt.
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Ofl'er the fd.owing:
Homo to Rcat and Furnlttiro lor Sale.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
liuie if20 er m nth. lloumci nblns
8 iiioiui ami buih, msu hoi "ii cold
wu'ei ; good lociility, the mlniito3'
wal.tfroin Po3t Olllee.
For Sale House ni:d Lot. About
neio, within llvcmttiut'S walk of Post
Olllce. Houso contains 0 icoins, lato
1 put in good icpnlr Slnbles and
To Ronl. Three Housei on Llllha tftrect.
For Sale. 1 0pen Side Bar Buggy, cheap.
For Sale Choap. 1 Sipmro Piano, ti Oo.
tnve-i, lu good trdur.
1 Upright Piano, 7'$ Oc'nvcs, in good
Rooms to Ron!. Four very linnd'omclv
fiunhlitd rooms in largo houte; well
bitiiiitcd on Nttunnii Avenue. Bent
?lii u month ench.
To Lob Tho houi-e and grounds shunted
In Nuimnii Avenue tcceuily occupied
by A. J. Carl wrlght, .lr , Exp
To Let. A 5-iooiued Cottage, with Car.
ihige House ami Uut house, tMiiuinu
Avenue, near Uovcinmsnt reservoir, .
nhovo lito (Jueen Dowager Emma's
place, with i.bout -' ncre3 of laud 2)
mllei from town. Kent 10 per month.
To Let. Afi-iooniedCi tinge, with kitchen
atlached; upper end of Nuiitmu
Avenue, opposite "Vnllcy Ilomb," In
excellent older. Bent iJlH.
For Salo or Leaso -With immediate pos
ses ion, that valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY HaNCH,
sliuaKd lu lb" Niitiaini Valley. 1
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
tho niot ellgiblu site for a milk or "
milk andbiiliei dairy In this Kingdom.
To Lo!. Tuo Cottages, situated hi tho
Chinese Cliuicu premises.
Wanted. A lONpeetible Englhh or Ger
mini Glil to unht in a small I'limily.
Hell Telephone atH. V. O. Box 415.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Hooka written up, Accounts and
Employment and Shipping Agency.
Labor Conlratt Blanks and Bcvcnuo
Stamps always ou hand. Copying and
translating lu all languages usid in this
Kingdom. Uiders from the oilier Is,'
lands will receive prompt ntleution,
Valuablo Properties for Sale 2 Acres of
Land, splendidly situaud in Jlakiki
for homcstc ids.
1 Aeie in Miikikl, on BcietaiiU street,
line building the.
Aeiti". with 4 room Collage, on Llllha
stieol, A rniu ih.uit.e.
For Leaso. 40 Aoiwof Land, 2Jf miles
irom .Mossmliit's cornor 15 acres of
which is suital.Io for either Rice or
Taio, nnd has bt en under cultivation
for the lafct 0 yiais. All buildings
necessary for a orbt-class little runch
now on tin- premise .
Wanted. A Situation By a competent
practicil Engineer, who has hud many
years' oxpeiloiice, and can give tho
best of i derelicts. Employment ou a
Wanted Hostler. A competent, handy
man about hoises can ilnd employ
ment 1 ir tho next tl week",. Japaneto
Full particulars giveu upon applica
No. 38 Merchant Strcot, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. 'Smith &
Thui'jtun. ' 08
-A Now Lot of-
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
CIGARS ! CIGARS!
Tho Finesf Iiram of
M A ft SLAS
in the Mnikct nt tho
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
F. JIlf;I:it, l'loprlelor,
Arrived at Marcliau
Tho Buk " O. B. BISHOP," II. Wol.
tors, Commander, has just arrived, 120
days from Bremen, with a cargo of
For the Hawaiian Trade.
Parltculnia will ho furnished on ap.
pllcaUon fo'tlio undertjgncil'. ,
H, HACKFELD & CO.