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BATUrtDAY, JULY 2?, 1800.
Stint- Ijikcllku from Maul
Stinr -I A Cummins from ICoolnti
Bttnr Vlvsi from Maul
Stinr MnkollI from MoloUai
Stinr Kll.iuca Hon from llaiiinkua
Stair Kmila from nlalua and Wiiinune
Schr Ka Mot from Hawaii
Schr Kawnlluiil from Koolnti
9tmr Lehua for llatnaktia
1111 il S Esplcglc under sealed orders
K M 8 Miulposu for Sun Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Llkellkc for Mntil at 5 p m
Stinr Mokolil for Molokal at r, p in
Schr V S Bow no for San Francisco at
10 a m
From the Colonics, pur Llt 31 S Ma
riposa, Julv 20 G Carson Kenyim, Ed
llore. Miss Agiicw, and 112 passengers In
For San Francisco per It 31 8 Mari
posa, July 27th A J Onrtwrlght, wife
ami child, Miss A Dndoit, 1I.J Actum-,
T Ii Jackson, .1 12 UgKCtt, 31 A Volfo.
G 11 Thomson, YV 1) Elliott. L K Moses.
Miss K Kosenherg, J Kuhcnsteln, J
Stcincr and 7 ntec iige.
from Maul per slmr Likctikc, July
27 on W G Irwin, Miss 11 Spalding,
Miss E Woilchouse, Major YV 11 Corn
wed, V Keating, A Jlur'ba, 'rs Good
ness, W Heine and ''attghtcr, YV J Low
llc and smi, II B 11a lev, Miss 31 Wal
lace, Mis Brekuith, Miss Knight, E F
Zuniwnlt. Mrs J G Howie, Sister Anto
nio. Sister CyrilK V J Sheldon and
wife, J Irs Kanai, Miss L Ahi'ong, YV D
Alexander, J II S Kalco, K lleickunihl,
V 1 A Hrewvr, wife, U children and ser
vant, J W Kalua and -il deck.
The Likctlkc brought 2712 hgs sugar,
1 horse, 70, pkgs suds and 127i ft koa
SCRIMGEOUItAt Forest. OiiUrlo,
Canada, on Thursday, July 1 1, 1H89,
Janet Scrimgcour, relict of the laic
Kev. Itobert r-erhngeour, aged (52
years and ID days.
The Hawaiian band will give a
concert at Emma Square this after
noon commencing at 4:30 o'clock:
Alnruh 1 mperlal City Schrommel
OvertureItalian in Algiers. ...ltosiui
Juet--U Trovato'e Verdi
Reminiscences "f Meyerbeer. . .Godfrey
Waltz Bhfe Lake 3IIIlockcr
y, i .'.... ! I Schild
ELEGTRIC LIGHT DANCERS.
Last evening, shortly after nine
o'clock, Mr. Suiythc, Superinten
dent of the Electric Light Station,
went on to the roof of the Mer
chant's Exchange to separate the
electric and the telephone wires
which had become crossed. Before
he knew it his left hand came in
contact "with the electric wire and
the third finger was so badly burned
that it had to be amputated by Dr.
Miner. The second linger was also
Mrs. 'Gascoync, who resides near
the corner of King and Alakea
streets, was at work on her sewing
machine about 9:30 last evening
when she felt her fingers tingle.
She rubbed them and commenced to
work again but it was of no use,
they were in the same condition.
Going to the front door she noticed
u tree at the corner of the street on
fire, and at once telephoned to Mr.
J. C. White, the Fire Marshal, lie
proceeded to the spot and found
that the insulator on the tree had
got broken and the wire was resting
on the tr3c which was all ablaze,
lie stood by with several buckets of
water In" case there was any com
munication of the flames to a build
ing close by. A few minutes later
he telephoned to the Electric Light
Station and the currents were shut
off. A tree on Merchant street
also took fire. The heavy rain of
last night forced the branches of
the trees on the wires.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following table shows the
standing of the clubs of the Nation
al League and American Associa
tion up to July 19th.
I Won Lost Played
Boston.....'....: SjT 04
Nv York -U 23 U
Cleveland 1 1 88 . CO
Philadelphia.... 37 M W
Chicago..,. .'Il 87 08
Pittsburg;.''.....-. 2(1 -10 j:
Indianapolis 21, 12 ;
Washington 20 ' 42 ' i-2
'.. Won Lost- Played
St Louis 51 21 7S
Brooklyn -15 2(i 71
Athletic 30 2! M
Cincinnati "10 1W 7:S
Baltimore.". 38 82 70
Kansas City 31 U 72
Columbus'. 2H 45 73
LouUvlllu 10 OS 71
Fifteen years ago a Missouri boy
left his homo and staited out to be
come the President of the United
States, He got as far as Cincinnati.
Tho I o" is now a man, and he is one
of 1 b st shoemakers in the Ohio
mhl & fiSHBMI. HftWfii
.iMMMuii! licit u ilie iliiuttn
bl 'J'cSlgAi Is tlStSiii
i-h44i -- - .
PuhK'lV of hiln isichhrlr.it Oil Mdhi.
Planting is going oh.
Tiik Australia sails Friday, Aiigitsl
2d, for Han Frnnrwro.
Mnn. J. S. MeGicw a i ul family linvo
left. Paris for llonolulu.
The Australia brought '.V. bags
mail for the Post Olhco.
Head the list of new auction sales
by Mr. .1. F. Morgan in this issue.
i. i -O' '
The band gives a concert at Emma
Square at 4 :30 o'clock this afternoon.
Anotiiek number of the Owl is out,
wih many khnrp and not a few salu
There will ho union servico at
Kaumaknpili Church Sunday even
ing at 7 :.10 o'clock.
Annual meeting of tho Wniohinti
Grazing Co. on Monday, at 10 a. m.,
at office of C. P. Iaukca.
Tun sale of Galloway and Angus
cattln takes place Moniloy noon, at
the Woodlawn Dairy, Punahou.
Tur. Kev. Dr. Dwinncl of San
Francisco will preach at the Central
Union Church Sunday morning and
Tun rate of interest payahlo on
deposits in the Postal Savings Bank
will be 4.1 per cent per annum after
Dk. Foote, tho recently appointed
Government physician for the dis
trict, of Kau, arrived on the Australia
and will leave next week for Hawaii
Prof. Melville did not inako his
advertised ascension at Wailuku (in
Saturday laRt, owing to high winds
and holes burned in the balloon while
Mk. P. A. Dias, editor of tho O
Luso Hawaiiano, was arrested this
afternoon on a churgo of libel pre
ferred by W. A. Kinney. The libel
complained of was published a year
From Auckland it is learned that
II. B. M. S. Cormorant arrived at
Itarntonga from Honolulu. After
having hoisted the British flag over
the small inland of Aitutaki she sail
ed for Tahiti.
3Iit. N. S. Sachs has just received
a new lot of spar bailor hats and
polka dot ribbons, alto a large im
portation of embroideries ami laces
direct from Europe. Here's a chance
Tnn schooner V. S. Bowne sails
for San Francisco at 10 a. in., Mon
day, with 745 tons of feugar, 120 bar
rels of molasses and the following
passengers : Jlisses Wallis, Beckwith,
Whitney, Bruiib and Bluhm, Chas.
Lowell and wife and II. Kruger.
Mr. Edward Horo, for several years
a very faithful teacher under the
Board of Education, and who for the
last eighteen mouths has been travel
ing in tho Colonies and England for
the benefit of his health, arrived on
tho Mariposa and is (stopping at the
The closing excretes of the St.
Louis College took place yeatcrday
afternoon before an audience which
filled tho large hall to overflowing.
The King and Queen, Princess Li
liuokalaui, Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, the
French and Portuguese Commission
ers were present.
Forty miles of the Hawaiian inter
island telegraph cable reached Van
couver, B. C, by special train on
June 22. The cable chip C. II. 'flip
per was expected to sail for llono
lulu with the cable about July 4th.
It is said that the company will start
a cable factory hero.
Mr. J.F. Noble's house at Pain,3Iaui,
was entered at 2:30 o'clock Wednes
day morning, but the burglar making
enough noise to awake the Household
was frightened away before getting a
chance to secure plunder. On Friday
morning the house of Joao Murtins,
a Portuguese, at Haiku, was entered
and $51 1.50 in coin was got away
with by the burglar.
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
BT J. r. MORGAN.
Sale of Galloway and Angus Cat
tle, at Woodlawn Dairy I'addock,
Punaliou, at 12 o'clock.
DEWH 'OF MR. HALUDAY.
News was received on the Austra
lia of the death of Mr. John Ii.
Ilallidny of l'aauilo, Hawaii, which
took place Tilly 11th, at Dr. Iliirkc's
sanitarium, Napa, California, of
cancer of the liver. The deceased,
who had kept a general Inerehandisc
store nt 1'uaiiilo for a rumiber of
years, went to Nnpa for treatment
to the eyes.
R. M. S. MARIPOSA.
The mail steamer Mariposa arrived
in port last evening between live and
six o'clock from the Colonies, SaiK'd
from Sydney July 10th ut 5:40 p.
p., arrived at Auckland the 1-Hli at
7 :-l0 p. in. Arrived off Tntitlla the
l'Jthutlla. m., only stopping to
land and taku on mails. Experienced
line weather from Auckland. Time
from Sydney 17 days, from Auck
land 12 dayB. The Mariposa left
for San Francisco shortly after eight
o'clock this morning,
Nation a i.
Panlhcitn, BltEWIvltY IIkku tho
-on tap to-day at in
i A 1 1 . V MJI.I.t!lHH. nuttm llj.il, ii - i..
"tvnv . Btv.dnii' ' r;'h v.'ws. wi s t"i
II1AA ttfi!&'JM cdlSiu
till" luUu!!lin.( KalMlNiwiW
WliftMlilMierUrtjUUtr u my MUlv
factory .tililliHlun of thd rul:iln
menis of tho pupils. The sellool
U oi k wns slibwn to bo inrjst thorough,
ami gave much pleasure to the pat
ents and friends of the little oties
who hud assembled in the school
room, lulci.spcrscd with the lessons
were humoious recitals, duets and
songs. Miss von Holt and Miss
Lcilu Wodehouso presided at the
piano. The reading was clear and
distinct in piommciation and gave
the impression that gtcnt pains had
been taken to train the young peo
ple and give them true Ideas oft this
necessary and useful but of neg
lected art. Tho other studies were
most satisfactory and the prizes
which the scholars received evinced
tho attention they had bestowed
upon their lessons. Several of the
little people gave great promise of
future excellence. The following re
ceived prizes for term work : Con
duct, a silver medal, Willie God
frey, who also received tho second
reading prize and the prize for com
position. First rending prize, Willie
Hawlins, who gained a'so a prize for
spelling. Millie Hawlins obtained
the first writing prize, and Sam
Dowsett the second. Walter Giffnrd
took the first prize in arithmetic and
Stella Moore the second. The geo
graphy prize was taken by Walter
Giffard, Edwin Brown gained the
second prize for spelling. Sadie
Brown carried off the prize for re
citation. Miss Berry has earned the
heartiest thanks of the parents and
pupils who have received her atten
tions, not only for the actual labor
expended under the most trying
circumstances, but for the good in
ilucncc which she. has ever exercised
and the lasting effects her training
and care have always had. The
school will commence a new -term
early in September.
They All Had to Come to it
Parson Did you ever experience a
revival of religion, sir? Traveling
Man Yes, once, on board ship, in
a storm. It looked as if we might
go to the bottom any minute. Even
tho cook prayed.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, Aug. 1st,
AT 1!J O'CLOCK XOOX.
At wy Salesroom, CJuecn sticct, I will
sell at Public Auction,
That Desirable Prosmlj !
Situated at Punahou,
And latoly occupied by Jlr. P. P. Gra
ham as a residence. The premises have
a frontage of 300 feet on Iiiugham street,
200 ftet on Artesian street, and 200 feet
on Alexander street. There Is a
Commodious Dwelling House
On the lot containing Parlor, ti Bed
rooms, Diningroom, Kitchen pnd Pan.
With Four Stalls nnd Carriage House
and Servants' Room'. ArUlun Water
throughout the premises. The grounds
arc well covered with glass and uus.
The healthy location of this properly
and the nearness to the Punahou Tiam.
cars, mako it one of the most desirable
family residences ollurcil for sale.
E&rFor any further particulars apply
to S. P. Gruhnui, or to
J AS. F. MORGAN,
302 13t Auctioneer.
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
I haru received Itibtructions to sell at
Public Auction, at my Sales.
room, Queen street,
On Thursday, Aug. I.
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
The Following Desirable Properties,
At Palaina at rear of the residence of
II. It. II. I.iliuoknlaul:
Containing 411.1000 acre, with cntranco
by lane from King street. There is a
substantial Dwelling House with Out
houses, etc., on the lot, planted with
shade aud fruit trees.
Adjoining Lot A, a fine bite for a resi
dence. A binall 'ot, with Canlage House, Sta.
Tliuclot-e proximity of these lotH to
King street, and the demand for resi
dences nt Palnma, render this an un
usual elnnco to obtain fine premise?.
Map of the property can bo seen at my
2TFor further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
302 13t Auctioneer.
O BALED tondeis
ho leccivrd at
O the Enterprise Mill Office.
weeks from date, for thn construction
of ft Twu-ttory Homo. Plans and pec.
llciillons can bo seen ut tho office nf
Enterprise Mill. 311 'Jw
rpm: annual meeting of Iho YVuloliluu
I Agricultural & Crazing Co , (L'dj,
will he held at the nlllcn of C, P. lau
kea, Honolulu, on MONDAY, July SO,
1B&0, at 10 iVcluck a. in.
O. P. lAUKKA,
D97 15t W It Koorotavy.
F VOU FIND ANYTHING,
1 advcrtle it lu the "Dally Pulletiu.';
ValuaMe Heal Estate
I luivc heen lustructed to sell tit Public
Auction, nt my Siilt-siootu,
On THURSDAY, Aug. lfil,
AT IM O'CLOCK. XOOX.
Those Desirable Premises known
Shunted on the corner of Beretnnia
street and Garden Lane, adjoining the
residence of Dr Miner.
The Lot has a fronting of 71 feet on
Borctaliia street, and 'M feet on Garden
Lnnc. There Is a
LARGE - DWELLING - HOUSE,
1 Cottage and Out Houses
On tho Propci ty.
JAS F. MORGAN,
E OF SALE !
Whereas, ho mortgage hereinafter
mentioned hath been heretofore du'y
forcclo-ed by advertisement of mort.
gugec's notice of intention to foreclose,
now, therefore, by order of V. O. At.
water, II. H. Williams and M. D. Mnn.
sarrut, Trustees of Harmony Lodge No.
3, I. O. O. P., aud Micct-Sbors of 31. I).
Monsirrat, Cecil Rronn and Frilz. Wil.
helm, former Trustees of said Unrmony
Lodge No. 3, 1. O. O. P., mortgagees of
a certain indcntuie of mortgage -tinted
the '2th day of August, 1887, and re.
corded in tho olllcc l the Registrar of
Conveyances, hi Liber 10", on folioa 239
and 240; I am directed to sell at Public
On THURSDAY, August 1st,
AT IS O'CLOCJt XOOX,
At my balesroom on Queen street, in
Honolulu, a p.irt
or tlits property in.
eluded and dciciibcd
in said mortgage
Certain Piece or Parcel of Land
Situate on Volcano street, at Punnhou,
Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Hawaiian Is
lands, being a part of Koy.il Patent No
1104, L. C. Award No. a77!i, issued to
Aipinepine, and bouudcl and described
Commencing a', the S W iniuka cor.
ncrof the lot of J I) Mills on Volcano
streit; ilienco running 8long this meet
to the JN' W corner of tho estate of John
Nomoie. N 00- V 78 feet front; thence
along tho'cstnlc of John Noinore, S 4 V
10' W 83 feet and a f2- 15' W 30 (in all
127 feet, to the N W corner of the land
of Kalac, and along his lot, the mauka
sido to Iho land of Mrs Hapai, S 40- !10'
E 04 feet, and thenco S wcsteily along
the S E line of ihe lot of I D .Mills, N
4- 48' E S2 feet and N 02- E f5 feet
(147) to the poiul of commencement.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to J. -M. Monsarrat, Attorney for
Honolulu, July 0, 1P89.
N0TSCE OF SALE !
Whereas, the mortgage hereinafter
mentioned hath been heretofore duly
foreclosed by advertisement of mortga
gee' notice of intention to foreclose,
now, therefore, by order of John Fame,
worth, of Honolulu, Island of Oaku,
mortgagee of a certain indenture of
mortnaue, dated the 2d day of Novem
ber, A D 18J5, and recorded in the office
of the liegi'tinr of Conveyances, in
Liber 05, folios 470-'J, I urn directed to
sell at Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, August 1st,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my salesroom, on Queen st, in Ho
nolulu, "the property Included and des
cribed in said mortgage, ns follows:
Certain Parcels ef Lai
- Situated in the Island of Molokal, and
more particularly described as fol
lows, to wit:
1 All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kalo, flalawa, contain
ing an area of 111 aeies t!0 perches, and
being the .ame premises' described In
Iloyal Patent Xo 0131 L C Award No
4031 to Kamclicu.
' All (bat eei lain piece or parcel of
land situate at Hil, in said Halawa, con.
tnluing an aiea of 2 roods Xt perches,
and being the same premises dc-cribed
In Iloyal IMent No Ui:w,L U Awaid No
I m to Kiuiial.
!i All those certain pieces or parcels
of laud situate at Kapuulel, in said Isl
and of Molokul, containing in all an
area of 3 ncre mid 178 fathoms, and be
ing the same premises described In L C
Award No 50.i;i It to Polnoa.
The above mentioned and described
premise? being the game Unit wore con
veyed to said .Samuel K Kamalpclekane
by deed dated 7th of October, 1870, and
recorded in Liber 02, on folios i;.r-i;,
4 All tliatceitalu piece or parcel of
land situate ut Houuuliwitl, lu said Isl
and of Molokal, containing an area of
1 in acres, a d being the Mime piviiilees
described lu ltoyal Patent (Qrntitj No
(i'.lj to Kiiuinihciilanla, and that were
conveyed lo Miiil Mamiiel IC Kaiuaipole
).nun bv E P Kamainelekane, by dei-i
dated July 8, 1B7i, mill repordeil III Li
ber 01, folio 110 J .
T All 1 1 1 ii T iiM lulu ntmwt nr ruin! nf
land situate at Knluatiha, in said Island
of Jlolokal, and being the same prem
ises de-ciibt'd lu L O Award No 387,nud
VOiitaluiug an area of 7 acres.
Deeds at expi'iisQ of pii chafer.
ISjT For further particulars apply to
JAS, F. MORGAN,
Or to .1. M. Monsarrat, Attorney for
Dated Honolulu, July 0, (B89. 311 It
iMiU ff, 0
v j a f . i i j y
nitfillM s5i& 5f ISflifeS fi UrfM
TRU3TEfi9 8AL.E OF
H.v ord'T of the Trustees of Ills Ala-
.i"'l's Kstato 1 will sell at Public
Auction, til my Salesroom,
On Thursday, Aug. I,
AT I a O'CLOCK XOOX,
The Following Parcels of Lnnd:
One Lot at Piinaio !
On the Wnlklkl mail. dj lining the
ptemlsM of 11. A. Ideinniiu, being
Apana 2 of L. C. A. 20S3. to Kahlloaho,
containing 1 73 -POO acres.
Cnsot li'Ice S125.
2 Tew Lull It KiWBll,
Mmioq, Oahll, being
MM. to Panianl for
It 1 2501, L O A
Up.sct Price $50.
.TAB. F. MORGAN,
NOTICE OF SALE
Whereas, the mortgage hereinafter
mentioned hath been' heretofore duly
foieehved by advertisement of th'o
mortgagee's notice of Intention to fore
close, now therefore by order of A. J.
Carlwriglit. Trustee of the Estate of It.
V. Holt, late of Honolulu, I.luud of
Onhn, tlceeaed, mortgagee ot a certain
indcntuie of mortgage, dated 22d day
of August, A. I). 18b4, and recorded In
tlic office of the ltegistrar of Convey-
.np(t In T.ilipr '11. tnlli,u -iTII a. I nin
directed to jell at Public Auction.
On THURSDAY, August 1st, 1889,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOX,
At nivMilesrooin, on Oiieen trcet. in
.Honolulu, the piopcily Included and
described In said mortgage, as follows:
All those Certain Parcels of Land
Situated at Kapalamn, Honolulu, Island
of Oaliu, aud in Hllo. Island of Hawaii,
aud moie paitleularly described as fol
lows, j ;
1 All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kawaliki, in said Kapa
lama aud bounded and described as lol
lows: Ekolu loi me kahi kula ma Ka-w.-dlkl,
Honolulu, c hoouiaka ana ma
ke klhi akau n keia apana aiua e pill
aua mc ko Kaluahiiienui a me ka paleua
0 Kapahunn a me Honolulu, e holo aua
heuia 35-. lilkiua t'O pauku ma ko Ka
hiahiuenul a hikl 1 ke klbl akairo ka loi
1 hoiikaka hi no ka aic la S. Ifitpanea;
alalia, henia Csf-, kom., 47 iiauku a
hcum :'V, hikiiu 80 pouku. a liema 32-,
hikliia IK pauku ma ka loio S. ICpanea;
alalia, liema U2-, 30 , kom., 48 pauku a
hcm-.i 23'. liiiuna t.'S;t p.iuUu. u pill aua
niRkoMaa.i hiki i ka auwnl; alalia,
henia 71". kom. mi pauku a ine akau 8S-.
15', kom 70 pauku ma ka amvai mo ko
l.a Mol a mo Pacnki; alaila. akau 27-,
SO', kom. 3 kaulahao uie 00 pauku ma
ka aim aline Paeakl a me Kapalama, a
hiki i ko klhi komohaiia; alalia, akau
oV, hlkina '.' kaulahao mu 48 pauku ma
ka paleua o Honolulu mo Kapalama a
hiki i kahi i hoouiaka ul, a maloko o ia
apaua ulna he 77-100 o ka cka, a oi Iki
aku a cml Ikt mat paha.
2 All that certaiiTniece'or oarcel of
land situate at said Kawaiiki and bound,
ed and described .follows: Hookah! loi
ma Kawaiiki, Honolulu, e hoouiaka ana
ma ke klhi Akau o keia loi ma ka paleua
o Kaele a me Kaluahiueuut: a o holo
liema 35-, hikiua 15!) oaut.it. liema 20-
hiklna 138 pauku. a mc hcina 72-, kom.
47 pauku ma ko Kalunhlueniil; alaila,
akau 21- 45', kom. 15S pauku ma ko
Man; alaila, akau 32-, kom. 48 pauku,
akau 35-, kom. 80 pauku, a mi; akau .S
15', hikiua 47 pauku ma ko Kaele a hiki
1 ka hoouiaka aua. a maloko o ia apana
he 147-1000 o kaeka, fa ol iki aku a emi
iki mal paha.;
3 All that certain piece or parcel of
laud iluatc at said Kawaiiki and bound
ed and described as follows : Elia loi me
knhl kula ma Kawaiiki, Honolulu,
Oahu, c hoouiaka aua ma ke klhi akau
o keia apana aiua, ma ka paleua o Ka
palama a me Honolulu a me ke kill!
koiuohana o ko Kuanea, a o holo hema
31- 30' hlkina 172 pauku mc ko Kuanea,
hema 23-, hikiua 07 pauku, a liema G7
koin 53 pauku, hema 20- 45", hlkina 148
pauku. hema 8- 45', hikiua 45 pauku,
liema 27-, hikiua 77 pauku, liema 43
hlkina 37 pauku, hema 81-, kom. 127
pauku, c pill ana ia man noao mc Kua
nea a me ka Moi; alalia, akau 33-,
kom. 70 pauku me ko ,Maa, akau 25,
kom. 74 pauku me ko 'Maa, akau 72-.
hikiua 17 pauku, a akau 20- kom. LIS
nanku, a akau 35-, kom. 200 pauku me
ko Kupaiiea a me Kaele, akau 53-, hl
kina 150 pauku ma ka paleua o kaawale
alo Honolulu a me Kapalama a hiki I
ka hoilmnka aua. A maloko o ia apaua
aiua ho G3-100 o ka eka, (a ol Iki aku a
em! Iki mal paha). The several above
mentioned and described pieces or par
cels of laud being portions of Koyal
Patent No. 2302, granted to Kcnvtcahc.
. 4 All that certain nlico or parcel of
laud situate at suld Kawaiiki. contain
ing uu area of (J 17 so. fathoms, 27 hij
feet ami being the spine promises des
cribed In Iloyal Patent No. 3372, Land
Commission Award No 1073 to Eleelc.
5 All that ceitahrplecb or paicelof
land situate at said Kawaiiki, being one
taro patcli hounded on three sides by
the ai)d of said mortgagors and on the
iiiukal side by road formerly an niiwal
aud being a portion of ltoyal Patent
No 4303, Land (,'ommli-slon Award No
1035 to Maa, aud was conveyed lo John
P Kaele, father of said Henry Poka Ka.
elo nnd Napoleon Maihlkl Kaele. hy
said -Maa by deed dated the 13th day of
April, ISM, and recorded In Liber 27,
folios 321 ami 32.'.
0 All that ci'itaht peeu or parcel of
land situate on King htrcct, lu lllln, Ul
and of Hawaii, and bounded and de-
cribed ns follows i Commencing on King
street nt thu corner of JHI Coney's lot
and running thence N 51 Uy. thence U
ISO cIiiiIiih, thence S 32-, 12 1.IG chains,
thence N J0 ? "K 1.30 chains, thence S
UP, B 2.07 chains thence S 111 E 207
chains, thenou S Hta W 187 to utouv
wall, thencu S UJ-, W 1.18 chains,
thence N 3(1 'a-, W 2 70 chains to
commencement and containing 08-100
'ere inoio or less, and
boiner a nortlon
' of Iloyal Patent Xo. 10, nnd was con
veyed to John P Kaele hy Naomi by
deed dated the 2 st of November, 1803,
nnd recorded lu Liber 20. on folios (SO
Deeds at expense of puivhiiscr.
toy For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN, "
Or to J. M. Monsarrat, Attorney for
Honolulu, July 0j 19S0. (11 it
' && l$W&t&rfo& a9
i u ii 4 y a
COItNEK liOTKI, iV:
i I iris
1,000 Pieces of Wile & hwi Mmm,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces. -'
Also, Large Lines of Lace Trimmings !
WILL lfE CLOSED OUT AT AN
8kSt Immense 3Eed.wotioii !aSi
Great Uargaina can bo obtained by calling at the Temple of Fashion for the
above Goods. j
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
t')-8 Heel A Spring Heel
S-10 J Heel fc Spring Heel
U-13i Hocl & Spring Heel
A Heel it Spiing Heel
. POP SALE
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Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Hotel Street.
Ladies ! Have You Seen the Latest ?
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
AND ASIC FOR THE -
SST ALL THE
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. Ii. On and uflur -May
of our Dretisniaking Rooms.
Carnaies, i Breaks
Mis, I fluL
Buggies, Hj) ?)
Ml KMs of Carriage
Our PATENT 1U1EAKS originated in Honolulu hy
''- Reduced 25 IVr Oont in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
HllllH, FollOCN, llhllH,
I'litnkote, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc, Etc.
ALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE..
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
y i Ci ?2 : clc b p k sts '
Corner Hotel & Fort directs.
. $1 75
, .2 25
I1Y THE .
GO EAST. g3
EHLERS & CO.
15th, MISS CLAlllC will have charge.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
AT A BAHGA1N-
& f agon Repairing
Very Low l'rtopi.
ii& have been
LARGE INVOICE OF