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In re Hawaiian Mercantile Go. pEPAKTMIiMT OK TUB iNTKIilOH, ) Ilolinllllll, (let,. tS, lSDl.l Wlienax, Hie 1 1;tW;i li Mercantile Co. has, pursuant to the lawn in mu ll ease in.uli' mill provided, duly tiled with t lie nmlfiiMi'il :i petition fur the involution of tlif firiil (.'orpora tion, together will) n certiorate thereto annexed as required by law, now, therefore, Notice is hereby given to any and all persons who have been or are now interested in any manner whatsoever in the said Corporation, that objections to the ynuilinK of the said petition must be lileil in the oiliee of the under signed on or I it fori) TUESDAY, the ."ill) day ol '.'miliary, lSlli; and that any person or persons desiring to be heard thereon must be in alieudanee at the oiliee of Iho iimleii-igiied in Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. ai. of that day and show eause why said petition should not be granted. C. X. S-U'EXCKK, Minister of the Interior. Interior Oiliee, Oet. 2'.), 185)1. 25(1 31-4-1 lit l!tl TAXli4. Tax Payers in this District are hereby notified that the Taxes for the current year will be due and payable at the Oiliee of the Tax Assessor and Collector in the Kaptiaiwa Building, on the 2d day of November, A. D. ltS!)l. The Oiliee is open from 5) a. in. to 4 p. ni. daily (Sundays excepted) and on Saturdays until 12 o'eloek noon All amounts over $10 must be paid in U. S. Cold Coin or Hawaiian Cer tificates of Deposit. Taxes not paid bt for the 1 5 1 1 i day of December next will be liable to suit with 10 per cent, costs aibh d. T. A. LLOYD, Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes, District of Kona, Island of Oahu. Approved : SA.VUKL 1'AliKKH, Minister of Finance ml interim. 2 3w TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. Tax Payei'B of the District of Kona, Cahu. The Hooks of the Tax Assessor for the District of Kona, Island of Oahu, will be open for inspection by persons liable to taxation from Octo ber 20th to November 1st, 191 (Sundays excepted), in the Kaptia iwa Building, between the hours of 5) o'clock in the forenoon and 1 o'clock iu the afternoon ; Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon. T. A. LLOYD, Deputy Tax Assessor, District of Kona, Island of Oahu. Approved : C. A. Bkown, Assessor and Collector of Taxes 1st Division. 24G 2w Members of the Tax Appeal Boards for 185)1, commissioned by the Minister of Finance: Honolulu VV F Allen, J T Water house, Jr. Ewa & Waianae A J Campbell, L K Kalualaui. Waialua James Gay, W A Buick. Koolauloa Jas Donnelly, Jas Cor win. Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, Jas. Ste wart. Lahaina II Dickinson, L M Baldwin. Wailuku II W Dryden, E B Friel. Makawao F V Hardy, J Katua kele. ifana SW Kaai, F Wittrock. Molokai D. Kailua, S Fiiapoo. Lanai Kealakaa, Namilimili. Libue W F Lucas, Josia Keawe. Kawaihau R C Spalding, G B Meheula. Koloa V D Wisbard, Kahuekao. Waimea and Niibau II II Gars tin, 1) Kua. Ilanalei W I Wells, E Kuapuhi. Hilo C E Richardson, K Smith, l'un a K Kyeroft, W II Slitpman. Kau Win Kaaemoku, J K Keka ula. North lliloW S Pa, Ilookimoa. Haniakua M V Holmes, Henry Haht. North Kohala J Maguire, G 1' Kamauoha. South Kohala F Spencer, Z Paa kiki. North Kona J G Hoapili, C Kaia iki. South Kona S Kaeo, J W Kuai moku. (Signed): SAMUEL PARKER, Minister Finance ad interim. Finance Deparluient, Oct. 20, 185)1. 254 lw-23 2t Sale of Lease of the Govern ment Land cf Kuhoiwai, Ma noa, Oahu. On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 18, 1891, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en trance of Aliiolani Halo will be sold at public auction the lease of that Government laud of Kuhoiwai, Mn noa, Oahu, containing an area of 17 J acres more or less. Term Lease for 1") years. Upset price $1:0 per annum, pay aide tu'iiii-anumdly in advance. C. X. ISTENCER, Minister of the Intel inr. Interior Oiliee, Oct. 10, ISill. 210 4 1 irrigation notice. Honolulu, H. I., May 27, 18511. Notice is hereby given to all holders of water privileges that owing to the prolonged drouth, it is necessary that care be used in the use of water. Holders of privileges and the public generally me therefore respectfully requested to assist the Department by exercising economy in the use of water. The irrigation hour.- are from 7 8 A. M., and 5 to I) i.'d ; k p. M. JOHN ( . vVHITE, Kupt. Honolulu ater Works. Approved : C. X. Sl'ENCEK, Miuister of the Interior. 121 t,f r Pledetd to nnthtr Sect nor Parry, Hut rstablitki d for the hen' lit of all. MONDAY, NOV. 2, 18SU. CONVICTED OF BATTERY. A young Portuguese named Jno. Santos made himself obnoxious on Maunakea street yesterday after noon. It appears tiat he had looked upon the wine w hen it was red anil sampled too much of the beverage until he had imparted a similar color to his cheeks. Johti jostled and pushed his Oriental namesakes on the aforementioned street, until he met one who refused to be pushed. Squaring himself he let drive at the Mongolian and brought him to his knees in the first round, scoring first knockdown and first blood. He led again in the second and would have been leading still had not a police man appeared on the scene and escorted the pugilistic-inclined Por tuguese to the Police Station. This morning he was brought before Police Justice Hopkins and was fined $25 and costs. Santos' little trip up Chinatown was a hit costly, hut he paid it "like a num." SUPREME COURT-OCTOBER TERM. Saturday, Oct. 31. IIKKOKK noun, .1. Kaoe vs. Wong Leong. Trespass for conversion of a horse. The Court awards damages for plaintiff in the sum of $34.3.'!. 11KFOKU lilCKKUTON, J. The Queen vs. Lui Self, maintain ing a lcttery. The defendant not having paid his fine is ordered into the custody of the Court. The Queen vs. Moses Keumi and J. Kaae, maintaining a lot tery. Ke umi is ordered into the custody of the Court for non-payment of line. The Queen vs. Kanuha. The de fendant was arraigned, plea reserved until the next term of the Supreme Court. The Queen vs. Ah Pou, unlawful possession of opium. Nol. pros, en tered. The Queen vs. John Brown. The defendant was arraigned, plea re served until the next term of the Su preme Court. C. Alee vs. Wong Leong, assump sit. Jury renders a verdict for plaintiff. SUPREME C JUa,-AT CHAMBERS. Monday, Nov. 2. BKFOKK DOLE, J. In the matter of the estate of the late Peter Dulton, the Court this day admitted the will to probate and or dered letters testamentary to be is sued to S. M. Damon and M. Meln erny, the executors named in the will, under bond of 818,000, the securities amounting to about that sum. There are several bequests mentioned in the will, and all to per sons resident out of the kingdom. Ilartwell appeared for the proponents of the will and no one appeared to contest. UNNECESSARY SUFFERING. There is little doubt but that many persons suffer for years with ailments that, could easily be cured by ihe use of some simple remedy. The following incident is an illustration of this fact: My wife was troubled with a pain in her side the greater part of the time for three years, until cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It has, 1 think, permanently cured her. We also have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever needed and believe it to be the best in the world. I'. M. Boston, Pennville, Sullivan Co., Missouri. For sale by all deal ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents. Ik you want something good for a cold lunch, call at the Central Meat Market, where you can get genuine German and Bologna Sausages and Pigs Head Cheese. l-2w THE EWA MILL. Account t tilt) Trip to tlio B'luiit. A party of gentlemen more or less interested in the sugar industry of the islands, through invitations by Mr. J. N. S. Williams, manager of the Union Iron Works, paid a visit of inspection to the Ewa plantation Saturday afternoon. A llrst-elass Pullman ear, headed by the iron horse "Kaala," left the railway sta tion in Honolulu at 51:50 o'clock, the following gentlemen being seated in the car: Win. O. Irwin, C. M. Cooke, W. O. Smith, Jona. Austin, F. M. Sivanzy, E. W. Holdsworth, Jos. Marsdenj F. A. Schaefer, Senlior A. de Souza Canavarro, J. O. Carter, H. Waterhouse, W. A. Bowen, Cap tain H. W. Mist, B. F. Dillingham, Thos. May, W. F. Frear, Robt. More, T. E. Evans, II. M. Whitney, II. Kluegel pud the representative of the Bullktin. A stop was made at the Moanalua station, when Hon. S. M. Damon joined the party. The train was run past Pearl City to a point where an artificial fish pond is being dug. After a brief stay of a few irTiriutes the train was run back to the main track and the trip to the great new sugar estate was resumed. Ewa plantation was reached in u little over an hour after leaving Honolulu and acres and acres of as line cane as one could wish to see greeted the view. The train stopped near the mill and all hands alighted and passed through the plantation store into the building which is a monster in itself, and was constructed entirely of cor rugated iron on the outer side, the ratters and other parts of course be ing of wood. Entering the main door the first things that catch the eye are 10 centrilugals on an elevated plat form, and above these centrifugals are two monster vacuum pans, through which the sugar passes to undergo the drying process. The cane slicers are on the mauka side of the building. They were given a run and surprised all by their speed, doing no less than 240 revolutions a minute. Passing through these cane cutlers the cane is carried on an in clined traveler into the upper story, where there are 28 diffusion battery cells. After undergoing the diffu sion process the chips are let out at the bottom to a moving platform and are carried to the maceration rollers. The maceration rollers were in mo tion on the occasion and worked satisfactorily. Messrs. Kopke and Hughes, engi neers, attended to those inquisitively inclined and were very accommodat ing. Messrs. J. N. S. Williams and Robert More, manager and superin tendent of the Union Iron Works, also gave descriptions of the work ings of the different machinery. On the rnakai side of the building is the cooling room, which is partly finished and still in the hands of the work men. The chimney, which is of brick, is on the seaward side and stands 113 feet. In the construction of the mill economy in the different processes has been in view. For in stance, after all the sugar juice is taken out by the diffusion process, a watery liquid is left to run out through pipes as an irrigating ferti lizer. Only a part of the mill was fin ished, but it was sulllcient to give an idea of its capabilities. After going through the mill a lunch of salads, sandwiches and liquids was had in the dining room, where the party were attentively served by Messrs. More and Hughes. The start lor home was made shortly alter noon, and the town sta tion was reached a'out 1 :30 o'clock. On alighting Mr. J. N. S. Williams was congratulated on his having brought home industry to such a high standard, the Union Iron Works having constructed every piece of machinery with the exception of the multiple effects and a few other articles. It is believed the mill will com mence grinding in January. OPIUM IN POSSESSION. Ah Keao and Ah Look were dis turbed on Saturday last while in the act of enjoying a smoke. There was no objection, of course, to the men's smoking, but for the fact they were using a drug known as opium. They were arraigned before the Police Jus tice to-day for having opium unlaw fully in possession. It transpired during the trial that Ah Keao was deep in the mire and Ah Look near it. The former was fined $100 and the latter $50, The Phonograph ! X7JI.Tj he on Exhibition again at il Lmlwigsei) it Crou's this even ing, with New Selections of Music. Don't fail to hear it. !) lm C. STOECKLE. FUJI SALE DESIRABLE Building T nt- .... ..e tTMiriMP l mug (street anil opposite j. Leiil's resilience, having f0 ft. frontage and 1"l) ft. deep, well planted with trees and Mowers, water laid on and all feuecil. Apply to .1 LEAL. 250 lm PUBLIC NOTICE. KNOW all men by this notice that, from and after this date, I have this day discharged Mr. II. C LTukou from acting as an agent for me hi any sense wli'itever, in the charge anil ad ministration of all my proper.)', and in the collection of all dues and rents upon any and all my e-late in this Kingdom. Any one who holds or is in possession of any property or who lias any business or payments to make, will transact the same with me personally at my place at iionuiiKi.n i, ai 1 1 r . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i . uaiiu. KAI'IOI.ANL l'er Jos. Nawalii. Honolulu, Nov. 3, ls'Jl. tt 3m Aaellon ;kbs by hm F. Mftm. A-r a rumor.. On SATURDAY. Nov. AT IS O I.Ot K XOO', At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will sell at Public Auction, The Prrmises oi the Corner d Beretania & Punchbowl Streets, At present occupied by Mr. li. West as a residence. The Lot has a frontage of 121 feet on Beretania street and l:l feet on Punch bowl street. There is a Large Dwelling HoiHc. One Cottage, Barn and Carriage Houses on the properly. EST For further particulars apply to J VS. F. MORGAN, 25C 9t Auctioneer. UCHON SALE DESIRABLE CITY-:-EES! I have been Instructed to sell at Public Auction at my Salesroom, Queen street, On SATURDAY, ov. 14th, AT 1 O'CLOCK O0. That Desirable Residence mi Hotel street, adjoining the Hawaiian Hotel and known as ihe "SNOW COTTAGE 1 J The Property has a frontage of 140.8 feet on Hot"l street and is from H'" to 2:?0 feet deep. There is a Commodious Dwelling House and Two Cottages on the Property. The grounds are nicely planted with shade trees and orniinie.il.il shrubbery. The piemiscs are at present rented at iji7"h per miiihiiii. Jja?- For further purlleulars apply to JAS. F. MOUttAV, 250 l"it Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE VI i it inw OIU01UI . AT WAIKIKI. On SATURDAY, Nov 7th, AT 12 O !.) K 00, At my Salesioom, Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction. S3 : 5 : "21 Fias HdeMtaft At AViiIlillil, Being a ubdivision of the seaside resi dence of Mr. .1. Ena. The Lots have a frontage of 00 feet, on the beach and a depili ol a5ll feet wilh a frontage of (10 feet on Keukalani street. The proposed new (ioveriimenr road from King street to Hie beach will run along the westerly boundary of Ihe Lots. The Lots all face on a iiiiignillcent bench, giving ptirelinscis of these Lots the llnest bathing and boating beach at Waikiki. lT" Parties wishing lo view the Lots should make application to the Auc tioneer. JAS. F. MORGAN, 251 13t Auctioneer. COOK AVAMTED. FIKST-OLASS Ship's Cook wanted J for the Yacht lieagle." 25S 2t FURNISHED ROOMS ON Ximanu Avenue, sinsrle or en suite with hath. suited lo light housekeeping. Apply at this oiliee. 25;t tf LOT FOR SALE! i LEVEL Lot, fenced and VKMih' fav hniiiliiiir tn -L. . . . ... mi Al-iimi utr.wil li.tt ii-mm U'i uau anu Quarry str els. Apply to M. A. uON'SALVES, 250 !)t Queen street. FOR SALE. UKXLSIIED "House for iSiawH three bedrooms, diuinir-room. kitchen, pantry, bathhouse ami out houses, with lease of lot. Inquire on premises on Young street, between Thomas Square and Ahipai street. 2,-ti tf FOR SALE or LIS SE. rMJE Desi able Residence lfi-J ' situate between Young &i3iI$ and King streets, near Keeau uioku street now occupied and belong ing to John Leal. For particular ap ply on the premises. 257 lm Family Residence To Let rI"iIf Handsome Residence VUi?S 1 on Beretania street, be- l'Xiginir to th Dickson Estate, occupied by Mr. J. 11. Soper is for rent on November 1st. For particulars in quire of W F.ALLEN, Bishop A Co.'s Building, Kaahu nianu street. '.5 lm FOR SALE or LEASE Il'fcSllHSNCE on Lunalilo street presently occupied fc22'.v5-' by Mr. J. A. Kennedy, con taining double puiors, four beil 'ooms, dining-room, bathroom, large dining room, kitchen and pantry; servant's room, stabling, etc., on rear of main building, (.rounds, liOOxlOl feet, well laid out. Vacant on Uth August Lot a (joining HOOxin.5 feet may be purchased en reasonable terms, R. I. I.ILLIE, 108 a With Tueo. II. Davies A Co. DEICE THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00. Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I It has paid its members s.ncc its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company,. Way For full particulars apply to ss. I. Hosmi, '"91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. Notice of Removal! The undersigned has this day opened his NEW and SPACIOUS STORE On his Old Stand U'.i With a Large Assortment of nr Ton nmm In every line, suitable for gen tlemen's wear. 8. ROTR. lion .lulu, Oet. 28, 1891. 250 lw o o W I Pi o 2 0 in 8 r W ? I- c S o (a to a u FOR SALE ! The Celebrated Thorongbbred StaHtons fit . ilJoe Daniels" &tlKing William" Formerly owned by Dr. John Urodie, lo be seen at the stables of the Wood lawn Dairy & Stock Co., l'linaliou. tjr Those who waul to purchase good Stailious should make early application. 2401 in ELECTION of OFFICERS AT the Hnntial meeting of Ihe stock holders of the l'aia l'lantation held at the oiliee of Castle & Cooke on the 2)Lh instant, the following of licers were elected for the ensuing year : II. P. Baldwin President, W. (). At water.. . .Vice-President, J. 11 Ath'Ttoii Treasurer, T. V. Hobron Secretary, VV. A. Boweu Auditor. W. A. UOWEN, 2r(i lw Secretary ))ro tern. ELECTION of OFFICE KS. AT the annual meeting of the Hai ku Sugar Company held at the oiliee of Castle &, Cooke on the 27 h instant, the following oijieers were elected for the ensuing year: H. P. Baldwin President, S. M. Damon Vice-President, S N. Castle Treasurer, J. 15. Atherton Secrelnry, K. VV. Peterson Auditor. W. A. BOVVEN, 2.r)fi lw Secretary pro tern. ELECTION of OFFICERS. AT the annual meeting of Ihe stoek holders of the Kohala Sugar Company held at the oiliee of Castle & Cooke on the 27 ih instant, the fol lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year : S. C. Allen President, J. Mott Smith. . . .Vice-President, S. N. Custle Treasurer, J. B. Atherton Secretary, C.M.Cooke Auditor. W. A. BOVVEN, 21)0 IV Secretary pro tem. ELEC1ION of OFFICERS. VT t he annual meeting of theOuoiuea Sugar Co. held In Honolulu, Oct. 27th, the following olliuers were elected for the ensuing year: .1. K. Atherton ......President, .1. O. Caiter Vice-President, C P. Custle Secretary, (i. 11. Itobertson Treasurer, W. A. Uowen Auditor. G. P. CASTLE, 2.14 fit Secretary O. S. Co. NOTICE. I II AVE giwn William F. Allen my ' full p'iwer of attorney to act for me during my absence f'om the Kingdom. Jlr. H. A. Bacon will have charge of the Enterprise Mill and all buildings and contracts. PETEKU1CH. Honolulu, Oct. 1C, 18'Jl. 245 2w ENGLISH WOOLENS! o c 2 g " 1 & ON G O I H S j2 O 1 DO o -5 1 o o ' tamped Goods for Etching : N. S. SACHS', 104 Fo t Street, - - Hono'ulu. A LARGE ASSORTMENT, CONSISTING OF Stamped Sideboard Scarfs, Stamped Bureau Scarfs, Stamped Splashers, Stamped Tray Covers, ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF Stamped Newspaper & Letter Bags, Stocking Bags, Laun dry Bags, Etc., Etc. Linen Floss & Working Cotton in all Colors ! Fancy Colored Silk Fringe for Fancy Work 1 any daft & Umi far Slaws Iff tti Yarfl ! PACIFICHARDWARE CO., L'd Fort Street, Honolulu. A nTTUTm DUIITTIUTTf XTfWTTtl ! Motto: "The Survival of tha Fittest.' FINISHED IN ANTIQUE OAK. Tha Alrl Ponrtriffl Ul?.ii in 1UQ U1U 1UIU1HC UUUj gTl STOCK A NEW INVOICE OF IXLPocketGutlery Wade & Butchers' Razors, Shelf Hardware, Agricultural Imple ments, Vacuum Oil, Plantation Supplies in Great Variety. RNRRFR of tho best quality, with our special DUDDIfD DAQl? ilUODtlK UUOJi couplings. No Leaking at the joints. KUDDliK uU51i Art Rooms, : : Mclnerny Hall. 100 Fort Street, Have just received by last "Australia" complete stock in every department. GLOVES, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Curtains Portieres, Boy's Clothing, Straw & Felt Hats, m- IN FACT A VERY COMPLETE STOCK, -a FOR BARGAINS OF SUPERIOR GOODS B. P. EHLEES & CO., to tout All our GOODS greatly reduced in order to make room for New Importations to arrive. fletT Island orders will receive prompt attention and will be filled at the same low prices. Dressmaking Department under the management of Miss K. CLARK. JUST RECEIVED FROM ENGLAND AND THE STATES. I8S-Hew & Elegant Patterns ti all Sizes-RDGS Chinese Matting, White & Fancy; English Bedroom Sets, complete; IRON BEDSTEADS, COTS & CRIBS, FINE NEW LINE OF - Gent's Furnishing Goods I GENT'S UNDERWEAR IN ALL TEXTURES, Ladle b' & Gent's Waterproof Goats with Sleeves or Cape, . FCLL LINE QF OFFICE STATIONEIIY, VASES I I GREAT VARIETY ! SCIIRIEBER'S POLARISCOPES, barren's Rotary Knife Cleaners 1 A labor saving machine without which no kitchen is complete. TIIEO. H. DAVIES & CO, OF NEW YORK. President. AT :- Stamped Toilet Covers, Stamped Vegetable Covers, Stamped Bibs and Doylies. - Itrewer BlocJi. toXKiotirr.