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BY AUTHORITY.
Homestead Lots in Puna, Ha
waii. Notice is lieivliy givi-n
1 Tliat 20 Lots in Nuii;iwnli, l'liua
Hawaii, liavo bivn set it part for the
purpose of conveying to surli persons
as may wish to at ijuiie Homesleailsi
upon whieli to live.
2 Maps of these Lota ean be ex
amined at the Land Ollice, Interior
Department, Honolulu, or at the of
fice of J. K. Elilerts, at Kapolio, 1'una,
Hawaii.
IS J. E. Elilerts will point out the
Lots to any person desiring to see
them, for which service he will be
entitled to a fee of 1 from the person
applying.
4 Persons who may desire Lots
shall apply i" writing to the Minister
of the' Interior, upon a blank form,
copies of which may he obtained free
of said J. E. Elilerts.
5 No application will be con
sidered from persons who already
own land.
6 Every npplieant must be of full
age.
7 The applicant will he allowed
ten years in which to pay for the
land, during vhieh time it will be
exempt from taxes.
8 He must within one year build
a dwelling house on the Lot and be
gin to occupy the same and continue
to occupy it for the remainder of the
term of ten years.
9 He must within three years i n
close the Lot with a substantial fence.
10 He must pay quarterly in
advance interest upon the unpaid
purchase price at the rate of 5 per
cent, per annum. The purchaser
may pay the whole or any part of the
purchase price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11 The preliminary agreement i-t
non-assignable and the land cannot
be sold until all conditions are ful
filled. 12 Failure to comply with any of
the conditions will work a forfeiture
of the land.
C. N. bl'ENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 4, 1891.
202 3t
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But ettahlishcd for the benefit of all
FRIDAY, NOV. C, 18111.
ROYAL SALOON ENTERED.
Some Imitator of Bareiooted Bill's Tricks at
Large.
A daring burglary was committed
last night, by two persons presum-
ably. The place entered was the
Royal Saloon, corner of Xiiininu and
Merchant streets. What makes the
burglary daring is the fact that
the place entered is within half a
stone's throw of the Police Station.
Entrance was made between the
hours of 1 1 :!!!' p. m. and o'clock
this morning, and was effected
through a window on the iimuka side
of the saloon in the rear. Mr.
Simpson, barkeeper, closed the sa
loon at the regular lime, leaving the
place at 1 1 till) o'clock, having lock
ed all the doors mil windows in the
place. At 5 o'clock this morning
Mr. Walter arrived at the saloon to
open up, when he discovered that it
had been visited by marauders. A
demijohn of wine was standing on
the table in a small rear room.
There was a hole through a pane of
glass large enough to admit the hotly
of a man. Pieces of glass were scat
tered ull over the yard opposite ihe
window. Evidently a poikcl knife
hail been used to cut the glass out,
but either the gla-s broke in the pro
cess or the scamps got tired digging
the hard putty and smashed the
pane. Passing into the outer room
one of them climbed over the parti
tion into the storeroom where liquor
in hulk is kept. There he emptied
a barrel without finding any beer.
He got a demijohn of nine, however,
which he look to the hack room.
The fellows sal down and drank half
the contents. Imprints of their
shoes were plainly visible throughout
the place. There is little doubt that
the operations of the burglars are
significant of a deep meaning, the
near proximity lo ihe Stalu n mid
their not attempting to hicak
into the main shIuuii being facts
which go lo show that they Hi re fol
common rohbeis. A reward ol
ha been offered for Ihe uppiihen
sioii of the burglars.
PHAMBtRlAIN'slaiTc, CHOlfHA AND
PIARRHCM fUMtUy
i famous Ihiougiuuil the I'nittd
States fur its prompt nuts of diarr-
(iii a, ilysi nleiy, colic and cholcia i
inoibua. l is h a-aul to lake ai.d I
mil altt) be depended upon bulb I
fortluldlcu and udt.ll-. ;.'.' ,,n
ITId bottles C sale .y all dealer-,, j
lriui, Sunlit V ( o., ugetiU.
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'l llli'. (n tlsoll, Mullll d t rit,-. j
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SMUGGLING SOVEREIGNS.
The uc 4'iiutiuiK'd till Nulunlu.v
utter u Mtrouir Controt.
The Police Court was crowded
yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock, the
Bloom and Douglas smuggling case
being the drawing card. Police Jus
tice Hopkins entered shortly after 4
o'clock, when Deputy Attorney
General Chas. Creighton stated that
Messrs. A. S. Ilartwcll and L. A.
Thurston would conduct the prose
cution. Mr. Thurston then read the
charge, which in substance was as
follows: Smuggling about 30,000
ISritish sovereigns inasmuch as said
goods were not entered on the inward
or outward manifests." Mr. Thurs
ton after reading the charge asked
for a remaiidiuent until Saturday
morning.
Mr. A. P. Peterson for the defense
wanted an immediate trial and he
would term the opposing counsel's
asking fir a reinandnient simply
"galL" They had promised at the
morning session to be ready to go on
with the case in the afternoon nml
now they go back on their promise,
Mr. Thurston replied that it was
contrary to known rules to allow the
defense to force the trial. As an
important witness, Captain Gill, late
master of the yacht, was tmoui to
leave the Kingdom he would request
that defendants now plead to the
charge, so that the Captain's evi
dence could be taken.
Counsel for defense then stated
that they were not ready to plead.
Mr. Thurston said the defendants
were fairly frothing at the mouth to
plead in the morning, and they should
he required to plead now, or Hie
Government would lose important
evidence.
The Court denied the motion and
the required testimony of course
could not be taken.
His Honor continued the trial to
Saturday morning, Mr. Ilartwcll ex
plaining that they expected import
ant evidence by the steamer Austra
lia. The tilts between the respective
counsel caused no little excitement
among those present in the Court
room. There was an outburst of
applause, which was promptly sup
pressed, at a point won by defend
ant's counsel.
A. S. Ilartwell and L. A. Thurston
for prosecution ; A. P. Peterson, F.
M. Hatch and A. Rosa for defend
ants. UNNECESSARY SUFFERING.
There is little doubt but that many
persons suffer for years with ailments
that could easily be cured by the
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 Halm. It
has, I think, permanently cured her.
We also have used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy whenever needed and
believe it to be the best in the world.
P, M. liosroN, Pennvillc, Sullivan
Co., Missouri. For sale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
Portraits Enlarged
Water Colors, iQdia Ink, Crayons
and Pastel !
AT TIIK KlLl.OWINII KATKS:
Size ' 1st Grade Grade 3d tirade
14x17 8 in UU 912 do 8111 no
l:.20 . .. -21) (III 10 no 12 "hi
Sx-2 2.". 0(1 2d (ID 15 UU
22x2(1 H'l Od :i() nil 211 UU
'tx.'l -I". (10 4(1 ell 21 (III
2.")x;i(l "ill 00 4T (Ml 2.") (Ill
iiis-W 110 0)1 ill 1 (III :!." 00
2Hx II 75 on tin no -III (ID
Hlxlill Inn III) Ho 00 (in (III
mJfThese Price include a very Hand
some Frame of the latest design.
Also, Porlrrii t Enlarged on Porcelain
Sie, Colors. India Ink.
hxli) 1$ iii) in) :I5 mi
11x17 7") HO filt 011
111x20 10(1 III) li.'i HO
twy-.V specially made of the Knltirg-
1 1 1 j" t f l.amlseik(ies, Tropical and Fairy
Scenes, Groiloes, Houses, Animals,
Fruit Pieces, Etc., Fte
Hill I ImIik'I Ion i llll I'll 11 1 -l I
Honolulu and Island or. Iris primily
aUeudeil lo.
OTTO FRIEDLANDER,
Studio at .1. .1. Williams' Gallery, Fort
slreei, or inlili'ii.-s tellers P. O.
tox il'Mi, yt;i 1 m
IS ohYrc.l for information Ihat will lead
to Ihe 0 111 -1 nml conviction ot the
parly or parlies who hroke into Hie
Koyid Saloon on Noveiulier ."1, isul.
2ii:l Iw KHW. H. F. WHl.'l Fit.
Chorimoya !
SOMF. of tliat ili-li 'U111- fruit just re
ceived from Ivona per V, (i.
Hall" ami for sale hv
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-it 'o I -Hi l l.
Honoiulu Athletic Association,
' I 'I I F annual tin el iny of 1 he .'those
I A l '( tut i ! I will he held at Ihe
t. inn i-hiiii on V11M1 V l FM Vti,
n . Hill. plel lhin ol i. III. el -. l'ir.
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Base Bdll Association Grort,
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I saw the advertisement of your
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G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Wooilliury.N.J.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Residence Site
On Alitken Htreoti
On SATURDAY, Nov. 21st,
at 1 o-i:i.o;k xoosi,
I will sell at J'uhlie Auction at my Sales
rooms, tjiteen street,
That Conveniently Located
Parcel of Land
On Alakea street, between the Honolulu
Iilirary and the residence of
Mr. T. O. Porter.
The Lot is conveniently elose to Hie
business center of the city, and Is a
splendid site for a nice cosy resl lenee.
jar For further particulars apply to
JAS.F. MO KG AN,
203 lift
Auctioneer.
teitece n Bsretania SI.
AT AIJCTXOIN.
On SATURDAY, Nov. 7lli,
AT it OTMHiK XOOV,
At my Salesroom. Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
The Premises oa tho Corner of
Beretania & Punchbowl
Streets,
At pioiour occupied by Mr. Ci. West as
a residence.
The Lot has a frontage ol 121 feet on
Beretania street mid UK) feet on Punch
bowl street. There is a Large Dwelling
House, One Cottage . Barn and Carriage
Houses on the properly.
tUT For further particulars apply to
J AS. P. MORGAN,
-,0 ;it Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE
DESIRABLE
CITY -:- RESIDENCE !
I have been instructed to sell at Public
Auction at my smlerooiu,
Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 1 llli,
AT I f OTMM'K AOO.V
That llesiialile ltesldence on Hotel
street, adjoining the Hawaiian Hotel
and known as Ihe
'SNOW COTTAGE"
The Properly has a fioniage of I 10. S
feel on Hotel street ami Is from h'" to
Jii'.i feet deep. There is a t'ominiiilioiis
levelling Mouse and Two Collage-on
Ihe Properly. The grounds are nicely
planli-d uilh sliude trees an I oriiaiiieulal
shrubbery. The pieiuises are ul present
reined at 7-'iH per annum.
si)r" For further particulars apply to
JAS. V. MOKd.W,
a.iii lot
Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALK
a r waikiki.
On SATURDAY, Nov 1 Mil,
AT 14 II I MM U MHIV
.W my Palfsiooin, Queen sllcel, w ill
si ll at public Am lion,
lieillg U lll'-ll i-i"ll o the e.l-ide ll -i"
ilriiic of Mi. .1 r-iia-
I tie .ol lia.c a ll-'liliiye of till lent oil
llu I.ea, h mi l a di plh ol V."io e, t wllh ,)
liolil.me of till h'i'1 on ri .-k.il ilii sllei'l
! lie j-ii'l" -i i( in iiiioi HI load
i ll i. ui ii.g -in i I to the In u It win fun
! A I iilMUl,
al '14 lie in -lei I) hoiiinliu "I the I .ol.
t.e I -.1 all I 0 ' 011 a lii.iiillli i iil
I., o Ii. gii pun i..i-1'n o iln -e I ol -
il.e li I I. illiilij; .11.-1 1" ;l.nn l i e Ii ill
W.nkiki.
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l.i'iii I 111 im ap 1 11 .1. 11 ll I ' H'l' , in '
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And ion Sales by fowls J. Levey,
Ciiiiaiioii of Sals!
im
JJy order of Theo. II. Davies & Co.,
Oa MOXDAY, Nov. JHh,
AT IO tri l.lM li A. M..
I will continue the sale with an assort
ment of
5 tS Tailors' Goods
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auctioneer.
2(i:s 2t
Assignee's Sale
Bv order of .las. T. Stacker. As-ifiiiee
of the Bankrupt Kstate of Wins.' Pee (or
Yee) ('hail Co.. rice plau'er of Hono
lulu. 1 will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms,
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 11,
AT la O'CLOCK NOON,
All the Property of said Bankrupt Ks
tate, COIsislill of
Six Leases 1 1 In M
Now under cultivation and Kiee now
headed, situated at Kalihi and Palolo,
and containing tiO Acies nioieorlcss;
also
One Rice Mill,
Situated at, tin; corner of Beretania anil
Puualioii streets, and built 011 an acre of
ground. 'J'liere is an Artesian Well on
the property and sunk especially for
this Mill, ami
6 Good Working Oxen,
6 Good Working Horses,
'A Plows. Hoes, Shovels, Forks, Ox Bows,
Kiee Baskets, Harrows, and sundry other
articles belonging to a Kiee Plantation.
also
2 Wagons & Harness,
And 1 Ijurito Hcil'.
v- 'flic inventory and leases can ho
I examined on application to
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2fil Ct. Auctioneer.
W: have recpntly niado
arrangements with a Co
pying Company in the
States, by which we are
enabled to Enlarge Por
traits in Crayon or India
Ink at the following ex
tremely low rates :
IdxlT in. : $10.00.
l(i.20in. : 12.50.
18x22 in. : 15.00.
20x21 in. : 17.50.
22x27 in. : 20.00.
25x30 in. : 25.00.
These prices include
framing in 4, 5 or 0 inch
IMiisli and Gold, AVhite
and Gold, White and
Silver or Uronze Mould
ings, tided ready for
hanging.
If you have anything
in this line which you
wish to have done, give
ns ;i trial, and we gua
rantee satisfaction or we
will not expect you to
pay for it.
KING 15UOS.,
Dealers in Pictures and
Artists' Material, Etc.,
Hotel street,
aim tf
WAMI'D
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JNmW leliveiy Wagon;
nrfninTfiruf 1 must he in good oriler.
Address -P. (. Itox JS1." KM lw
N TICK.
H-h 1 'PIIKMoi k and Fixture, of
2jsi I., Sinitli are for Mtlii, limui
Im in ol s.iuie can he seen at the oltlee
of It 1. Iiillingliaiu, who will enleitaiii
any ulier inaile. 'I'he Ituildiug contain,
ing si m e, 1 1 ll.11 nml 4 Hooins tiislaii .s,
is (or reiif.
II. F. I'll I.IXtlll.VM,
I'm the INlale of A. I . Miiilh.
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K)U sai.i;
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till IU07-0I liiiiu Acre.
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at ll.ilH.i'H.i aii, Hear the J11111 liuii of llie
lien toad to h-Ulii t- ll l ;'l-i' i l'i--e to
llie Hawaiian Collro ,V lea I ' lu'-ld-iiiillllis.
I'liete llie It Sl'W Houses nil
tin' place ; uho aboill in Ai'i 11 n (tat-I-11111
t'luie, uii-l eon Idi'liible eleiie-l
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THe Celebrated Tboruugtabred StaillnDs
"Joe Daniels j& 'ling William"
Formerly owned by Dr. John lirodie,
to be seen ill the Hlahles of the Wood
lawn Dairy & Stock Co., I'unalioii.
jiaSf Those who wuul to ptirchiise good
Stallions should make early application.
2-10 Im
FURNISHED ROOMS
X Nuiianii Avenue, siin.de
' or en Kline wnii tiain,
IKSa united to Ihrlit hoiisek.'i iiliio-.
Apply at this ollice. 25:1 tf"
FOK SALK or LEXSE.
- rpiIE Deshable ltesidenee
situate between Young
ISSSSft and King etrtfets, near Keeau
niokii street now occupied and belong
ing to John Leal. For particulars ap
ply on the premises. 257 1 111
FOR SALE
ADES1KA15LE Building
Lot 011 the upper side of
Young street and opposite J.
Leal'
and 1
h residence, having 50 ft. frontage
all ft. deep, well planted with trees
and
fence
llowers, water laid on and all
d. Apply to J LKAL.
2.-t9 Im
FOR SALE.
IUnXISUKl) Mouse for
sale containing parlors,
three bedrooms, diuiiig-room,
kitclien, pantry, bathhouse mid out
houses, with lease of lot. Inquire on
premises 011 Young street, between
Thomas Square mid Alapai street.
25(1 tf
Family Remittance To Let.
'PllK Handsome Kesidence
'vrWI 1 on Berelaiiia street. Ihi-
2&&a liiiiwimr lolhv Dii'ksun Ksiulii.
occupied by Mr. J. II. Soper is for rem
on November 1st. For particulars iu
ipilrc of W F. ALI.F.N.
Itisliop & Co 's lliiilding, Kaabu
iiiauu street. lin
FOWLER'S YARD
I T A VI NO bonglit the lease
I 1 of Ibis well-knou 11
"'C'hfc Lodging Ks'iililishni, 111, 1
uoiilifeall 11 t ii-ii I ii 111 to Its Kill rooms,
which I intend to kept in the best con
dition. Anybody desiring lodgings will
please lake imliee.
255 Im JOHN KADIS.
FOR REST
. . ' I 1 1 K Very Desirable liesl.
fJ I deuce located oil Kiliatl
4tjyyi street iiear the corner of I'en
siu'iilii sireet, presently neeupleil by I'.
I', August Fillers. Ilo'uso contains par
lors, oiuiiig-loolli, kilelieil, three cliain
liers, baihroiiin, pantry, veramla rooms
and ample i IomiI space, IWosshm given
I it t t i nl mi' 1st, Inquire at
HAWAII ). llAliDWAliK Vii
815 If Foi l ulreel, opp. .Spieckels,
FOR S. I.E tr LEASE
m. 4 1 KSOiKM'tC on I.unalilo
JlfTim slleel pri'selilly neciliud
KftWiiH i.)' Mr, J, A, Ki uiietl.v, nun
laming double pai lui, (our lieil'iiunis,
iliiiiuu-rtiom, baihiooiii, huge dining
room, kli.iieii ami paiiliyi servaiil'i
I'ooiii, ulablilig. etc., oil real' of main
building, tiioiilids, ;lo(Ulth feel, well
laiij 0111, Yaeai.l 011 Mill .-Hlglil l.til
11 Ij.iiiiiuu ;tii.vlii.i i.i.-i iiiiiy he (iiiii Imsid
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Stamped Tray Covers,
ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF
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ments, Vacuum Oil,
Plantation Supplies in Great Variety.
PURRED UnCI? Of the best quality, with our special PIIBRUD DAC17
KUDDM UUOJS couplings. No Leaking at the joints. aUDDM HUNS
Art Rooms, : : Mclnerny Hall.
I'lCTIIltK FK4911XG TO OUUEB!
IOO Fort Street,
Have just received by last "Australia" complete stock in every department.
GLOVES, LACES. EMBROIDERIES,
Kibbons, Handkerchiefs, Curtains, Portieres,
Boy's Clothing, Straw & Felt Hats,
m- IN FACT A VERY COMPLETE STOCK. -
FOR BARGAINS OF SUPERIOR GOODS
B. F. MLe1s & CO,
o
JrjT All our GOODS greatly reduced in order to make room for New
Importations to arrive.
Itagr Island orders will receive prompt attention and will i uiied at
llie same low jirjue. - . " "
1.1 1 :o;.. 1 1 -hi j
Dressmaking Department under the management of Miss K. CLARK.
JUST RECEIVED
FHOM ENtiLANl) AND THE STATES,
RUGS-Nbw & Elegant Fattens in all Sizes RUGS
I'Wni'wo Muttliitf, White & Fuiicy;
English Bedroom Sets, complete;
IKON UKDSTEADS, COTS & CUIUS,
. HNC NKW I1NN OV
1 . - . ."
Gent's Furnishing Goods I
(jKNT'K I'NUKHWKAH IN AM. TKXTl'HKS,
Ln4l6i' ii Gont'u Waterproof Ooati witU Sleevei or Uapa,
MtIK u "
OFK1CK STATION KUYf
VA8B8 H QR6AT YARIBTY I
Barron's Rotary Knife Cleaners I
Uini mwuy tui lotto wliliotit vs Li U )t 114 kilulit'itjit uuiii)IuU,
1111:0, 11, davTks & co,
OF NEW YORK.
President.
Stamped Toilet Covers,
Stamped Vegetable Covers,
Stamped Bibs and Doylies.
9
Brewer Block.
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