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received al the tfrlee "f ibe
WiiMt "F the IMrrin smtll RDAY let k
daref Marti Inst al Ussjecl T.eu for the election
ras"tMtnr for Court and Matron Hotf en
Ktni'rtirrtnprHlltllnT Home. Honolulu.
Tlnne nd sperintallon. of Ike proposed huHdins
will for en TTICRSDMi the h
A .trUant. Kit. bated upon thr amount of to contract
srll! Ve Tenanted upu extsrwrren of the ww
ren4lltered to If faithful
AH must V dt.tvnes"v endorsed Tender for
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present sStBruee. fipr sWorelhat
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duirtrtCT tur rrt to ! fillrd.
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M,v Bt f -2, rrrmonj. lwlV
plaCT In ttta )rrrui of n..rd of 150.CW of trpr
lurilf and atnoncvl tl HtcraWe iondrau
rntarcrAsui. the Xolktinric mat la; ttnotrtl.
r2ft.i "Jr"C tin- wiroola nd nbow tilt:
flMBjArftbt tn (, tj,, .JtmiiwiimiI bf tb,
JxvpVf fortwr ctutom of hannc
. TiS,1 H,r MajMlr arna srt wrdfund
ttalWlbot. .dad 4D0 ort trom tbt TinoM
oo U al.r o arlfclrd f or thu booor.
ITiaVaouiatoUic ws. ibr rbKl
amloUdiUcMiiADdriirM.t Ja thrirttri..iul
tbewciiifieBiit annonQcrmrnt ants mad?, that
toraicrforth ttrr apau and ahirl J irrrac onlr
bcUncbl to month inrttud of dAT n
fcrrfloforr. tbt oor tnoeJi trarrled
did not can on ytjfcn JUmanlotiA und
brmcn tbrnw ttutoad of Irarnmc to
lo imiule tbc jjrrat militarr nKmuctiin of
"T froro IUtxirnaTatbef.rr"iivrtr
lotportjurt. Tbt is a tot Kitoc onpocitioti
camt toe EuTcmiaait on the aabjrct of tlw
y oWirri nd tbirtyii tnnsiciAnfi. If
auty Invmrtha in the Iircularnre ( which
eoaijfsi.riienibere' there will be redaction
of 'Am- tnen i tn the army, and the Und vtll be
number. Sqcwm to there.
rTMof Tbe txirrevcmdeat bo
ywaoaed the abore item from Florence. arnte.The
jo&e H poor eoonrt. btrl tbe exUact 1 citc too
an Mea. aa to boa- they epenk in iron: of yoor
i Rtnn G'wrnicnt and of arnrr atitb tta
Uhptnn rrRoru. It aransea thenu" Know
lug a ra ltajy. the mn rr.pl, seems ton to
eciironKiyof Don CeK. I.bepnra:
back on tbe cosntry of hifadiipOoo'
A Terr riaky Docaarat
Tbe folKntint: Jctler haa been forwAnlrd to all
tbe Hawaiian Cnot.nl. Altroad
UtrsoLTur, Jannary IS, ISiBv
DukSts VTe bee leare tfi infnrm m tt..t .-
Jan Ibis day aurted a anbscnpUoo "list. baTinr
a Li y -.-? ' "
w w, tm xki tjc urcauoon oi tne tenth anni.
arraarj ot b ajeeodun; tbe Throne of Uawati.
?oomsbqBAre.tn tbe oty of Hontttnlii,
JOEtllrBnthabook,tobemaderX aolid cold, to
txmtahi an of fmbaeriben, to be
tat tbe statue.
We Totild rerctrcHy request yoor excellence
tokare thia letter shown to all aiU
l.ax'i r .angti wtixtwuitinciba Kragdom of Hawaii,
and to bare tbe Bame arovred by tbeaa.
lrtbfrrjjorFWewotjjJrrspcotnlly ak of yon
to pre thu nuttier doe cuirleraioa. and await
an oartyjejf t by ntnm maD
V aTkaaceltrrle ). 1I?st teTwUnUy yrtorti,
w hUtne Oonrrnittee,
tiJnntt l CnAa. AllCBrtxa, lTrsnliTit,
ta HrfeWar I R IIlock,
All coaimcnicatjons and rrmittanocs sbookl la;
made throurfi C. llicbtda, Eq i. y. f
HoTjolnln. Uawanan Ialanda,
IkamUaneea nuty alao be made ihronch lire
BanVint: Pooae ot tfahop l On, Honuinlo.
Taaa i the first intlnwttitm the Hawaiian .u
l1Tebit4cUrtteatmoTtwrient. Tbocchthe letter
ay that the Coannuttee has "ncetTtd the proper
atruanrny inm toe icaorns ijutetninent othcuus.
.ire can bardly credit that tbe Forricn Minister baa
csnntadto so alntnrd a aeborDe. nehopeUat
more i6e mf oraoattoa majbt furtIcotnicj;iai
thiarolllt. Who is CbaiuMlchlell.arjd
liloes l tbe next troexy? We tmdeiBtand that the.
lorroer uot TaTOpoewT ot a amau ory roods atore
and XEaI fancy warehtKlte. and B. Block ta, or
l jjie aotemrn ot jure ttunjusunamt. Xhesc
: eertamir most cvre creat veicbt to the
qiuuiiUiitotionA. asd.dnnbUeaw lure had their
eafect Tjpon okwrtareartrtaittTSanruad. beekioc
aa UrrtwpjnlxTkla..ils evidently do, it U a
(hare it nth others. Thu
kH gold book' oaxfel onlr to hare bat two
naaex on iUMiclit2 bead. Bloc last, or
, i wbapa the lattter
Vssraaad lite to know if tbe Hawaiian
nest bJJow tbe official eeal of its Consulates to bo
laauw Msruests of this kind? ttiataerRam
bebaalDertchttoda. The inatter la really abuse
tJoktvJBBl ererroTOwtoba area tbe nairosript
rW pa oKjHfia , of, W
jliii jil tbe people a; dijjBity rtxwld be bawfced
cajBkt iBBvrfnal reawtdy Adtmeetid 'wiUi Ha-
(janeuu Booce infill, wwuirauun
lor Jt EeGsiuIe Ihecuttnls ban Dot msbiErUaitl I
KST MOltrs IS ltlBU5.
WKDXKSDAY, M.VHCH 2f.. lSSt.
Tin: jwp? of the Mexican Treaty lias
a farorablo inflnence njion onr own. nnd
nny fpars os to alirogation may lo laitl
nMile for th present The onllool: then
for the present is gocxl. AYc onght to so
order onr finances and onr government
that Tre may take advantapo of the brealli
inp Kpell 'ive have. Set yonr bonse in
order dion'd lo HawaiP.s motto, and the
sooner order is hronght ont of the present
The nerrs from England that Gladstone
intends to dissolte Varliament and appeal
to the country, is- not fnrprisinf". Thrre
have leen dissensions in tlio Cabinet for
rome time pa-1. The ConscrTativcs trill
make a strong effort to win the election;
and it is highly probable that they vrill succeed.
Gladstone's foreign policy few
Engiiihnien hare confidence in. and recent
events show how bungling it is. England
requires a firm foreign jwlicy, and that it
never has nndcr n Lilieral administration.
Eichashe on San Prancisco is hard
to get at any price This is not as
has l?en suggested, dne to crsonal animosity
nf the coin importers againt the
few who were concerned in the recent coin
snits. Xo such childish reason ciists for
the present high rate-.. Mr Spreclels
cannot introduce a million of dollars into
the conntry. and at the same time have
that amonnt of exchange, to sell. Any man
who understands the first principles of
bnsiness can -e this.
As the P. C .Wrettr says, it is nsles
now to blame any one for this condition of
things. The course tvhich common son-
dictates is to legislate in such a wav as to
remove the source and possibility of the
evil All thecxtracts from the newspapers
of the Xevada silver mine owners, all the
of the Pnw conncil and Acts
tf the Legislature will le fniile to male
silver and gold at par.
w W'z learn that some of onr remarLs on
exchange in onr last issne have been misunderstood.
In explaining tlie remarkable discrepancy
which the exchange market reveals
the values of onr imiwrts and onr
exports, we desired to point ont that the
exports are valued at their tjrsfirf value
at the port of delivery, and the imports at
their Itr value at the ort of shipment,
ami that tn each case the transit andpori
expenses are borne in Honolnln. Thus
the invoices of sucar in Honolulu contain
the ri" frr alne in San Francisco,
besides a fictitious shipping commission
of -! per cent and insurance On the
other hand, the invoice-, from abroad
omit all charges except the bare cash
valne. at the jort of shipment, on which
the dnties are leviable It is probable
that there is at least 25 per cent of
invisible differenw between an invoice
of exjxjrts and an invoice of imports as
presented at the Custom Honse that is
?1.0O9 of sugar invoiced wcnld not pay for
more than t iofl of goods imported. The
difierence leing absorbed in the freight,
and charges, which do not and
need not appear at the Custom Hon-, but
the loss to the exchange market is none
the le-s real
"So one ought to have inferred that onr
ktatemeni implied a doubt as to the integ
rity of the merchants or others presenting
their invoices Unquestionably a merchant
will reduce his duties and all other
as much as circumstances will
allow, but, to do so. does not at all argue
that he would descend to fraud to acconi
A excellent monograih on the "Sugar
jiroducing capacity of the Hawaiian Isl
ands." has lieen recently printed in "tVash
ington The writer is n gentleman thor
oughly acquainted with our islands and
gives a large amount of information in n
remarkably small compass. Accompany
ing the letter pres are maps of the entire
gruiiii, and of the large Islands of Hawaii,
Maui, Oahu and Kauai. These maps are
eiecially valuable, as they show clearly,
what has been rejieattHllr hrgod, that tlie
amount of land suitable for cane cultivation
is small. The sugar districts are marked
on tlie mates ith red patches, and a mere
glance avail hon auy one mto whose hands
they may falL how limited the cane grow
mg area is. Making a few calculations
from the figures su,iilied, how ever, one can
see even more claHj , how small it is, and
liow ntterly medless have been the fears
of certain tioliiicians in the UniUxl States
as to the enormous production prognosti
caled by them in the event of the treatv
remaining in force.
Taking the ftwrlarge Islands of Hawaii.
Maui. Calm ainl Kauai, the production.
Itreseut and possible runs as follows:
Haaali won . Wtto
.. .lint) jtiii)
takrf . . .. A.HO . JJRI
"!- -"M' 1WW)
.-. AVU. 3tW
The ' area of these four islands is 3,736.
SXW acres: therefore the actual j.iroportion
of cane land to the total acreage is ven
small indeed. We are now cultivating 76
liercent of the lands that are available for
sugar. It is by no means probable that
the 24 per cent of the available cane land
lef t can be ntiliied. As has been pointed
ont time and time again, the islands have
nearly reached the IimiUof production,
and Bo" figures yet given have more clearlv
Tropurchasc by the government of the
the lot on Merchant street, upon which is
to be erected a new Police Court andlock
np, has created a good deal of discussion.
The matter is viewed from two stand
lints One from the iwint of economy,
the other from the point of the property
holders on Merchant street
On the first ground it is argued that the
government possesses land at the foot of
Alakea street where the expense of putting
Ufi a larrre bnildint mvm mra l!t
will be confined to the mere erection of
t ue Diuwing. Owning such land, the gov
ernment ought certainly to have ntihzed
it rntlior ilmn . . n, in il.a ,,-,..-. t
-, w .v ,MV Vli tux-
chasmg a piece of property in that dearest
v. tu. t uusuits centre.
On the second ground the citizens com
tilain thatilip isl.ililcliinonl r
on Merchant street will be decidedlv nn
plcosant That it will not be conducive
to the quiet conduct of business,
roanons drnnVs nm lwirtf dnrnm.1 ,l.n
to durance vile, jiast the entrance of the
Bank, past tho Post Office, and past the
uuuia oi a nuinoer oi business nrms. A
Police Station, is unavoidably the theatre
ef a number of verv tlisjinrvwuililn cmnnc
and the wisdom of "rolling up tlie curtain
fit, .. 41, ntn inlut T .1 1 i
wit.. v wv iu uie very iiean
of the business portion of the town seems
Both grounds of complaint seem to us
ness the government havr plunged the
country into a very large expense, when it I
was in uipir nawrr in turn n mnnHanha
sum Or tho oilier ltsni3 .., trilrt itin t
eanallv nsnal nf llin fnAimm;
or the convenience of ordinary citizens
tiiey are going to establish a lock up in a
IKXsttion where it is likely to cause the
greatest amount of annoyance.
The Kakaako disrrrace still remains a
disgrace to tho management of public
affairs in this country AYby is this hole-and-corner
manner of doing business tol
orated iYhy has the Attorney-General
allowed himself to appear as a puppet of
his so called chief, the Premier. He must
himself know that the land of invest
igation held could be but a farce, and he
has lessened his own dignity by playing
into the hands of such an astute
as, the President vf the Board of
Health. People now say, -Oh. he is tho
Premiers man. he does what he is bid by
him. The should occupy
a stronger position than this.
But this txmtt at Kakaako is by no
means tbtt tmW thinr flin" mnnim:
igatton. Tliis aw: was led up to say
blowing how things go on inside that institution
by a series of events. The gen
ral mananmmi of flit, nlnr, l.Vt,
sen should lie overhauled. Grave
iris methods have been made. In
these charges there may be exaggeration
""f gaif WpMJilHium.
but where there is smoke there is very
likely to be fire, and it is the dnty of
the ISoard of Health to scent out just ex
actly what the fire is. Tho Hoard of
Health ought to como ont of its lethargy.
It is now but a mere lay figure, thing of
pntty, turned any way tho Premier taiay
desire. On his own responsibility, without
any reference to his colleagues, ho is
constantly acting. It is all Tcry well for
them to shrng their shonldcrs and say,
-welt wo did not order this or that; wo
did not dismiss so and so; we did not dictate
that intemperate letter; we did not
sanction the breaking of the Board of
Health regulations." The President has
been the author of these things, but when
the matters come before the ItegWaturo
the members of tho Board of Health will
find a share of tho blame falling on their
shonlders. Less pntty and more back
bono would make things rnn in a very different
".Vac- Messrs. Hacifeld K Co. made
their agreement with the government for
the introduction of Chinese laborvrs into
this country, a special point was made that
the country should not be flooded with
this class of people. It was calculated
that the plantations would require about
3.000 men a year. "This nnmbor the P. M.
S. S. Co. had made arrangements to supply.
They had further arranged that as
many jprnen as possible shonld be brought
Since that contract was broken by the
government, another scheme has loomed
np. and we aro threatened with the arrival
of an unlimited number of Chinamen.
Mention has been made of 1,000 a month.
The conntry can absorb no such number
as this. Moreover, by permitting this haphazard
immigration, the government practically
lose control of the question. Un
der the contract with Messrs. Hackfeld &
Co. they had a control as to numbers and
had made some arrangements as to sex.
Under the present open system they have
absolutely no control over the numbers
introduced, and no voice as to the introduction
of women. It was a verv foolish
thinir for a CTvemment having the desti
nies of a Little State like onrs. to throw
such a chance away The actual result is
that the mechanics and others are alreadv
beginning to complain, and before many
months are over, a still larger number will
complain. There could not be a more deplorable
instance of the niter mis management
of public affairs than is displayed in
this Chinese Immigration business. like
a set of boys, the door is being opened
and shut This is going
to cost the conntrv between $30,000 and
$10,000 in the Madnu matter What fur
ther sums the President of the Board of
Health may involve the country in the
payment of, we know not but from the
orders that are being issued to the Port
Physician, it looks as if we are to have a
repetition of the same me-.
The question of labor supply and that
of support to the population is one which
exercises the minds of all thinkers. Thre
are plenty of good ideas floating round
and there are men to execute them, but
such men are not to be found it the
of the present Ministry The citizens
only sav. -How longr"
Ir Hawaii had gold or silver mines, there
might be reason for a Hawaiian coinage,
or rather there might once have been rca
son for coining the bullion into national
coins, before the business of the conntry
bad.accnstoined itself to American coins:
but as matters arc. there is absolutely no
advantage to be gained by introducing, at
this late day. this relic of barbarism, for
such no doubt it is Tho custom of coining
money for ue only in ihc country in
which it is coined, originated in times
when international exchange and commerce
Even the enjustly censured Chinese
would gladly buy bills of exchange rather
than use the incom enient method'of exporting
coin, as long as exchange can be
bought at the actual cost of shipping coin,
plus the premium for insuring it. and the
los of interest while in transit, with a rea
sonable brokers charge for his trouble.
But whenever for any reason exchange is
any higher than that the usual and proper
course is to remit the coin. If our enr
rency were in ponnds, shillings, and pence,
they ought to De of the same actuafvalue
with English coins; as it is in dollars and
cents, they shonld be of the American
standard of value. Shutting our eyes,
to the fact that onr principal exports "aro
payable in American gold coin, and there
fore that by making that coin our national
currency our exchange would cost precisely
what it costs to send coin to San
Francisco with the addition of the broker's
profit, we havo persisted in a policy which
keeps or sends United States golci out of
the country. We have committed the egre
gious error of making coins current here
at more than their actual gold values, for
the imjxtesiblo end that gold may not be
sent off! And now, after proving concln
sively that such a course frustrates, instead
of accomplishing the ostensible
of keeping gold in the country, we
have made the equally egregious and
equally unnecessary blunder of securing
a coinage which will pass elsewhere only
at its market value as bullion.
The one or two brokers who control our
exchange may or may not bo able to keep
the rate low enough to enable the commu
nity at large to pay it and keep on doing
business upon an independent footing.
But whether they can or shall furnish
at living rates, or not, how fool
hardy it is for a country to hamper
itself with a currency which'places its people
literally at the mercy of exchange
brokers. Tho strain is too great for any
community to bear.
It isnot impossible that the recent coin
operations may be a blessing in disguise.
It is doing by wholesale that which had
been going on ot retail for several years.
This coin as it is said, is introduced with
out payment of duty, being, consigned to
the order of one of the Ministers, for government
use, and by him transferred to
the importers; but the imposition of the
ten per cent dntv would mormlv ikM nno
hundred thousand dollars to the public
treasury, while the effects of the coin
itself nttnrt inn ntA nf .TnlBi,n n.....!.? l
no less evident and sudden. The position
lias now become so clearlv defined that it
may lead the way to a thorough reform.
"So argument is so cogent as that of ex
It will do no good however, to send off
jureign silver to oe replaced with Hawaiian
coin, as lonjr as we retain a silver cur
rency with which debts of over five dollars
can be paid. Snch a currency ma v as well
be composed of sols and pesos as anything
else. It will stay by ns with a vengeance.
The cxistiniT Ministry when tliov mm.
to face the House of Representatives will
find that they may have some very awkward
questions to answer, some very inconvenient
scores to clear off, some very
complicated accounts to rlns
the Dictator, or Permanent Premier, or
ivutuna .Nui as he presumes to call himself
may be supposed to have he dged for
himself , and prepared the way for letting
himself down as cosily as possible at the
expense of any one else who may have
been so unfortunate as to have placed
himself in the position of a possible buffer
oerween tne .Premier and his
tration. The more recently appointed
Ministers, the Interior and the Attorney-General
will have to shoulder the consequences
of not only their own Ministerial
acts, but of the sundry chips that had been
dropped out of the Kaleidoscope before
their own appointments to Cabinet offices.
Mr. Gulick will have to father, or to explain
away the eccentricities of Messrs.
Bush, Kaai, etc, large votes for internal
improvements expended without recogniz
able results, unless it be Coronation Pavilions,
empty water-pipes, untouched roads,
such as that to the "S unarm Pali, etc But
the heavier burden will fall on the devoted
head of Mr. all the blunders
of lulfnu the tutu pmcjvi of tie Hilo
homicides, the unadvised appeal from the
Chancellor's indgment in tho iladnt mud
die, and Intaiilt share in the Flowerdew
repudiation, and on his own account, the
eminently unsatisfactory outcome, ot the
so-called investigation into the Kakaako
"Xfoccsc ?.,.,. .....1 r..
.ICUUUUU, UU UU
lick are able enough men to administer.
oou. ua uu u lie were allowed
.. . ..... .. .
in rfn ct wtfWmf mui.l r
terf erence from a "Dictator, it may be hoped
that they are as strong as they arc capable
and mar rpfncA in ivn ma?a tit. ..ntc .
of anybody There have been a good man v
n4k. Ii ...T .!. n . .
vici, aci us ej tviiuto angers are to De
burnt in tho process, ns some mnst snrcly
be. Again, not only is it Cabinet Minis
ters wno will be caiieu to account, nave
the members of tho Board of Health at
tended to their dnties has the Board been
legally constituted and its work done by
tho Board or by tho universal Dictator?
So with regard to the Boards of Education
-and of Immigration, have the members ot
those .boards assnreu tnemselves tuat tho
work, or no work, done in their names, has
been always their own work, or havo they
by negligence, indiffcrencc,or subserviency
allowed a Dictator to do as he pleased with
their names. It would bo well if the gent
Uemen concerned were to think overth'eso
matters a little. The Minister of Interior
for instance, is perhaps ready to explain
why it is that there has been no governor
appointed to the Oahu jaiL although the
very deplorable state of affairs in that establishment
was partially bronght to light
during n recent partial investigation. As
President of the Board of Immigration
is ho prepared to explain and defend
the eccentricities and extravagances
to be developed on thoretnrnof tho '
"Will he share with the Premier tho ox
penses of the Kapena jaunt to Japan, and
all theother waste of tho whole Ministerial
period. As to tho Premier, as Foreign
Minister, no doubt ho will cheerfully explain
away the little expenses of tho 13
months wanderings of Messrs. Curtis and
Poor. He will gailybrush away the little
unpleasantnesses with sundry Foreign
powers by his blnndering. In the military
department ho will prove his adherence to
his own utterances, July 15,1S73,
when he cried for "abolition of tho army."
As factotum general he will justify the
destruction and continued incompleteness
of the Board of Education. In the same
capacity he mnst bear the weight of
public indignation consequent on his un
Sst and cruel dealings with the lepers.
e will have to exhibit his consistency
with tlie demand, in the .Vii quoted
above, to ""stop expenditures on public
buildrugs and so on, and so on. All that
a brazen utterance and elastic principles
can do, the Premier will do, or at least at
tempt Bnt if the Crown Iks in the small
est degree accessible to public demands,
or interested in the public welfare, this
one-man administration mnst come to an
In justice however, it must be said that
to one of tho objects advocated by tho
Aok, "Bednction of the Ministry,""
Premier has been loyal throughout
and so far successful initsrednction to
virtually one person, and he, of course, the
FURNISHED ROOMS Seat andco.lly Far
aitkrd Room cau be had bT an earlr applicalioa at
fMTI XO. I GARDES LASE.
IloMi.ru:, rrby. VTI
3tr.o 11 f &
Draa sia.. 1 hereby bes to trader ay (latere
lkauL.s fur the Immediate libera sculeaieat of the loss
1 alalued through the deauuetion by fire of my place
of bosinrt In kohali dmli;tke nlrlilot ibettth intt
I coB.idrr it ray duty to recommend the lot araace
lompaay lor which yea arctheArrolMoal!
r rmHcctiBc ikcir property by la'artate1
I ant. Dear Sir, Ilnprcifally i ours.
OTita (Siziiedl UEO
BAKKDf G A-OTICE.
The Blidrri;nrtl hare formed a
under the firm name of Spreckols &. Co., for
the of carryins on a Grccral Kinkinc. and Ex
thanse KatUnf at Honolulu and toch other places in
the Hawaiian Kiodam as may be deemed adriabJe
(Siiuedl CLAIT- Sl'KECKELS.
wsi. a. lr.wis,
r. r low
liefrrriit; to the above we be; to Inform the ba.lne
public that we ate ptepared to make Loan., DiKoant
Approved Xolea and Exrhaaee at the ket
Correnl Rate. Oar amazements for dH
on the principal point in the United Ma!fs.
Europe. China. Japan, and Anetralia are brin; made
and when perfected due notice will be sittn. Me
shall alto be prepared to receiTe en
make Colleclieus. and condBct a tlrncral Itank
inland Eukan;re A CO
American Walt ham Watches
AwardtdTwuOoW Medals. Tfaeenijiaoaaisawaiir:
ed f or Wa'chfs, MelboBrne International Exuibition
Theonly Cold Vetlal; al-o, lhrrc tpccial and fvai
first pnrrs.sTdney. Ws.
Foar First Ttiae Med.
al. fhUadelpkia. IStt.
Tke nneunaied saccess of these.CclcctaLa Waul..
aasprouncrdaliost of worthlcts Imitation: Earere
wlUohsrnetheTradfi V.rk "Watlh.n, M... ,-,
rrared on the plate tf all WaUham Watches
tKldcasesaresumpedA. W Co, lsfc. or III, and
Silver cae are stamped American Match Coaipanr
Wailham. Xass sterlin: I ly
AT TIIK AXNU,VX.
oftke Shareholders of the OOKALA Sl"OAK
rLAXIATION COMPAM"(Umlled) held in Honolulu.
Jlirtu 15. 1-ea, the crhcett were clrrled
for ike comln; year:
W I, Gretn,
J. X. "
Treasurer Alei. II. Klbbin.
secrrtary . Capt II M Mist.
Auditor. lt.F Ekkrnon
! It II W .VlaT. Seaetarr
Honolulu I run Work Company.
A TTIIK AXXl' ai.mi:itixg or
JA Ike s.barrkolders of this Conajuny held al Ike
oee of Theo. II. . Ilarle A Co.. hi March 7,
issl. tke folkrwlu: officers were eleclrd for Ike ensulac
rrrsidtnl -Mr Thro II Danes
Seeretarr A Trratnrer Mr. F. M. Swamr.
Auditor . Jlr.W. L.Oreru. t
ll2 F ' M bWASZV. secrrUry
CIIISEsT and EXGIEElt, wishcsa MluaUon
Best of References, - Addrrs.
" 125 FORT ST.
Tin: r"ui:nsiGXKij having
been appointed sole Executrix of the Estate ot
Ilollis A. Scott, notice Is hereby siten lhal all persona
bavins, claims araintt tke said rlaU. present
tkcm within 6 months from lki. dale or tbrywil! be
forrrrr barred. SA1UII B. SCOTT,
, . ,. . . . Executrix.
Honolulu. March lst,Is
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
J. W. HINGLEY & COy
M n nlkct nrer of all Grades of
Fine Havana CIGARS
..rbtemiilp PJtlAL AUiKAgEiLEXT.r sxtth
Eattcrn aod clirornU Acti totopplrnt wilt the
iiDt IlTnnd Coonrtticat Lraf Totco In ibe
XukFt. c arc prrurttl lo m Genuine
sArtlclratniiaeh . ihtn tbecoito5 lm"tortrd
Hi1cr thi JocncrdM want in" the
coram wf haTe rnijd jrjpctioT acsUuncc Snm
fran i rancitco In making oni Cigait! U r nurantec to
Mtisfr errrjone who l)l wacaU. Onrnani
factory and torrl lucatcd In
Lincoln Block, Wo. 108 .King St
e"rdtr from tne other I eland aoliutrd, and bcJi
will hare our beat care and f nsmpt attention
J. W. HINCLEY & Co.,
J" HoncJulu H. I.
FLOOR OIL GJbOTlIs
Tcry Handsome Patterns,'" iiO
Just lleceired bj
'""m THEO U.llAVIEStCo.
A FCLL TOCK.
Just Kerch ctl, which will be Sold ai
Jitur as the Lowest, by
"""as THEO.ll DWIEsJtCo".
OPTICIAN, JEWELFK and
And Dealer in Musical Instruments.
llavins; HemoTrd to more coramodlou. quarters
Campbeira Sea Block. Merchant JJreft, i
HIS RfXEIYED. PR LITE IIPORTITIOIS,
Lairxv AdtUUonn to LI former frtocL
FnsTB GOODS !
IS GOLD. SIL"EE. ir
GOLD I SILVER WATCHES
Of Ih laWtnlfk mrl ffnlali 1 T- .
r ron ue most Celebrated Manafactnrerr
CTTEI0S IS "EHDIilSS
afaiTl astaaw sn taalwaaa lata . -1,. a.aw .1
Tv77 -- .4w cs.cAeitcciocA. ana you win
rot fill ta be pleased. t jjj
READ IT ALL.
IT mYfSAVE YOUR LIFE.
iHop fBitters f
The PUrest and Best
Medicine ever ntade
THEY ARE COMrOCXDED FROM
Hopaj Bnchn. MaAdralka and Dandallon.
. The Oldest, Best, ntot renowned
jnerVaruable Mrdklart tn tke World,
'and in addition contain all tke best
and most effective runtlre properties
of all other bjitrr.. btlrc thr sreatest
Uvrr Remittor. BLOOD rCRIHEII
" ind life and health rctorin; aernl on
They Giro Near Llfo ana Vigor ta the Aged
, auid Inflrnk.
To (.lensTmen, Lawyers, Ulerary
Ven. Labourers, Ladles and all these
whoc sedentary employments causs
ittrjnlirilles ef the Blotid, stomach.
'ltowcls or Kidneys, or who require an
Tonic, and mlM Stimulant
lhee Bitters are Invaluable,
kly ruratlrr, tonie and stlmulatinc.
o matter what your or
symptom, are, or wkat the disease or
aihnrnt It. use Hop Bitters. Don't
waltuntilyouaresici.,butlf you only
feel bad or mlserahla. use Ike lliltris at
once It may save -sour life. Hun
Mml hare bfen saved ky so dolnr. at a
' ' Aak yonx Dralat or Phyalcian.
-Do not snffer Tourtelf t let your
Itiends sufirr. but use and wrre Ibrm lo
i.e Hop lUttrrs. '
Kemrmbrr. Hop Blurts I. nn tile
.trapsed drnnkrn Bostruu, but Ike
purest and best nmllclne ever made,
and no person or familr skoald be
HOP BITTERS "arJUUTFACTTrRrNQ CO
Melbourne. Anttrmlla, Rochester. TT T TJ
S Toronto. London, Antwerp, Paria.
BsT For Sale by
7mlt HOLLlsTEK .t CO , llonolnlB
IT. A. BECBLHITIi:
De&nlni; or Dlridlnc d&rMtvs. Xterellne Mp
-Will Sorrer la any
part of tha Oronp. im
A SCOTCH SHEPHERD,
A CTJV1. ,-s-l) IIEAT.THY: 'OT
A oterSCjvrirsof a;e, wa alu per month and
-s, fcw 1I"J 0
W7t i T WATERHOrsE.
0-Sh."Fl FLI.Gr 3ZJJ
FOR SALE !
One New York Phaeton
With Pole and Snaftai
Xrw and lr perfect order- suitable for a family
For Sale by
'" CASTLE Jt COOKE
ALYIN H. EASEMANN
Mishei lo notify the public that he
Has Opentd a Book Bindery
iRtbcliAZETTEEL'ILDlXUuandltr now ir
torrd ,. do all kinds of
Jlagazino, Pamphlets, Catalogues,
KeporN, Ktr., Etc.,
Bound to otdrT In sheep. Calfskin. Miocco, Leather
tT H toards.
1ST" Br .strict attention to bntiness. and moderate
ckanrs, I Irmt to metit a fair shire of the
heretofore eo Il'jcrilly brtlowed upoa J. WJHowert
sonA Co 11,
JUsT RECEIVED V
FOR SALE BV
E. P. ADAMS.
t LocJt; Company.
E. F. Adams, : : : Agent,
These Safes have all of the sood qualities of other
L'atcni inside Iloltnorh and patent Hinge
' Cjp ore r Locks and Boll,- -
And also has many valuable improvement".' s
' - ' ",, .
Solid Angle-Iron Coven, Front and Back,
$ &' '" - .' 2 -
And IteaTraraH, tberebj gtnus great Jncrratc in
Utttth OnQpeciaUjlnportantadrantfe but all
Bank and Jafe Locks,
With HeVoIfing Bolts.
ThU Lock I cne of the aoit
Simple and Reliable
' t '
Andt-J hatt off
omeUmerapItedao tUrt )of JTB(Te'fi4r
any lo- of power in the maxnef, aa the Polea are
power 1 conreqoratlj
We hare rrceircdaniall Imnrieeof t,rhnrm -i-
lniiedVArEsS, and can Ue order, f rB owr tataloiie
for any lxe renirrd, to be dclirrrrd Within 3U dayf,
if Prices that ilefr Compctitforr !
When yontta5afes.t Abradant
noalal of Fire Tt-ta can be pees at the Office of
. P. ADJJUv
for the HawaUai IUntU.
NOTICE! of REIYIOVAL
HYMAI BEOTHEBS WILL B10VE
3?slaoix' "Paaoo ot OSiislixoiss
To 58 Queen Street, on April 1st
.Lr:25rt Door to xirvsrtn. & oo.)
tlie public for their Liberal Patronage
during tlie past seventeen years, they
"will do their best to retain the same at their
IWDIA RICE MILLS
j i ---- 7rT'" TnTi "ifl Ws!
107, 109 & 111 PREMOItfT STREET
I. J f 8 per cent, -irate, than that of any olker Mill. V, Ibe-e li tl a ??tf irre,lTk,err.oTteri5
Is enabletl to Largely Reduce the Rates
ahum, riii: MAxy avavmu tir .VJ IMIlltl TOSl
' aH.wi.VJ IT AT TIIK , 1. .' l,...tL... M
Tiir; KiLumiMi jiy tit: ,mmi:ii:
ofllotk at the sau Francisco
In IlieyleMof Merchantable Rice
and In Qualltyof
sitrt filirurlillljrnnit llennlliteaaof raekaes
"Wm. M. G
Morclutnt and Proprietor of tho
INDIA RICE MILLS. San rranclaco. CI.
G-. RIEDELL & CO.,
General Commission & Purchasing Agents
"KTo. 104 DEPort Stroot.
Wi: IMSIjsirNT UKroitK TIIK TU1IMC WITH TJIK
MolSi".!1.. .lrlY.a,nd Lot allenllon ol Hamtlnla business man audi
CnLLElTION A PI RCIIASISO "l""" s and
propose to make onr services nseful to tke citilensot this and Islands
TllElLuV.EMpff(T,w.,K andpronil lo secure (rood, al
InWeoMFTeV'FirolluK W ' """"Ie "' cU'8" "' V" "' -;.' an.
It.G.iaj!m..s. oi tlio Other rilaiid..
t ho ma j be in ncr.1 of any atlicle, howcrcr small, desire infiHaaaiion
or is to the P"cesoiany claw of n,
wtsollcit all Stiieial business, ard by strict attrntioo bope to lie
secure oattouaxtt ui in laablic l.lvr a.
atrial.andyounlllnndhs ri'IMIT and REASONABLE.
T" Address all orders to
THIS SPACE IS
G. RIEDELL & Co.,
p. o. box Ho. am, Honolulu, h. l
., C. J. FISHEL'S
STOCK OF GOODS
TO A rc R
T) Particulars Next Week. ""iSSr
The I Pmprirtor of the
Uetlres to in form hU patrons and the public sener
ally that the recent iliaaitrons
fire. 1 11; ins
A NEW FACT0EY & BAKERY
On a much n.re rcjle which if now In foil
operation and which will be in complete workin; or-order
by an early arrirai of new Machinery and Tools.
And la now Prepared to Manufactaro
Choicest Pure Candies
And wlllalways hare on hand his llelldous
Vanilla Chocolate Creams,
Rich Nilgai, In bars;
Sugar Roasted Almonds
CREAM CANDIES, great variety;
Cum Drops, and
Cum Fruit Bon Bons
Of IIdescriptiur.i. All fresh and
pure conicciHtna t trr al uu cenis .rr 1 ouaa.
RICH WEDDIH5 CUE OF THE FIKEST FUVOR
In hand, ami 111 mettled
1 in the rtyk
MINCE PIES always fresh
Home - Made Mince Meat
tor -.! at 'Jt (-cats per Fouad.
Will receive per Cod socio the balance of my new
machinery of I be newest datras for nuaBfacturinz all
descriptions of pUiu Caudles
Thaukin: tbe public for prevloas liberal palron.ze
and eolieitlxst a oau tin nance of the Mt
- THE OLD &TAD, IltrXEL hT
TELErnojTE'XV ti"" r. ttfr.ox 3, u 75
Election Notice, Zawailoa Ranch
AT A JIKETUtG OF
the ol the Kawailol Ranch Company
"'""at thdr olllee oa Tuesday. February Sib, 1FSI, the
were etecteH for tkecu.alirfyrar
Bresldent . .- .Jno II Talr
"""5r m Dickson
ft Spencer. Jf DicAton. L
ratten, 1 a Flsker
for the Hulling & Cleaning ot Paddy.
Silt Liability loUeesll.
Tilt- l.ullre rreeilom front .Mlip Smell." so
orten eempkilnrtt of In eleattett lfke
stowetl Willi sugar carzo
AMI Mill rite Keller Ilnlew it :lw.ya com
mand. ver Island 1 Irannl partlenlarlv In
- .RBEJN "WOOD,
ive r I ois.
Best Brands in the Market
lesa tie tiro Etes;antew
For Sale at Reasonable Rater, by
""' H. J. WOLTX. Beater Block
33XSX3C03P ctl C3C3..
IIK.MJI.rl.r, l. I i l HAWAIIAX ISLASIIS
BIUW EXCIIASOE OS
IHE Ulil or CaLlFOnnU. : : : J rmcisco.
us TniE,iuixn rs
MESSRS.. M. BCnHSCHlLDiSaaS.:
The Commercial BanklnrCo. of Sydney, London
The Commercial Banltlnr Co. of !yusay, Sydney
Tbe Bank of ew Zeals ad, Auckland, and Its
Branches in Chrlstchnrek. D.uetHn and Wellington
The Bank of British t olembts, rortMnd. Orr-on
The Aiore and Madeira Islands
And transact a Ueneral Banking Bntiness 7JI ly
True to the Test I
IVTacneale & "Urban Safes.
C. O.BERGER,Eq..Acent .
MsLcneaJo it Drbaui Safef. c
- Hoaoixix, ll. f J
take sreat pleasure lo Inform yew that
the Ifo. i Macneale t Urban ire-proof ear. purchased
lome year, .so haa passed tbrouzh thediustmu. Ire
oflastnlzhtto ar entire saiKfactlon. I opeard the
l.me on the combination (Up., ele, handle havlns
melied off), without any difficulty, and found contents
ia perfect condition. Tour. Very Traly,
IfonoI'ilB. II I Juoe 3lh. lSeSL
A Large .Usortmrnt or tliwe Jnslly Celebrated
.SAFES:ConS(4ntlr on hantl.
OLD SAFES TAKER IH EXCHAHGE.
C. O. BERCEFfV
W m Uen'l. Asrat Uiwaii.n ItlandA
.,. 5.Ul."'.tl.tS ''"'.' ttMslon a Black Mare
with TwoCo u braud AK A. The owner will please
call and obtain Ue tame is soon as emirrnlenl Ynd
defray all eapensea. "" KEAUiiia
Sr ritEJiE cbuirr oi53Tfi1ijT
wallas tutasa. In rrohatcl UMHe of fatu
JJawjH. e-a,,. Bafee, tijtfff
On readlai and th pet Won of Ifaaaarewa aaal
Wahlnrpia her husband f tfaassiasBoaaasssxsIuiaT
hat Geor?s J flarbotile ot Koksls. Snarl, iri4 tav
testate at KokaU, Hawaii, oa the antes of tVfcrws,
t D tsat. Kwriug re.laatlperssmalpi.pt tij at Bauka.
lulu and at Koklla, and praylnrtkat letters af tsar.
istrailon i.sua to Patfa Dayton aad alatv arayfststsBr
he be appolutrtf temporary administrator.
It I. ordered mat said David Dajtosteadtst.
hereby .ppolaiett leaporarr adRiialtrrata aa prarce
for upon kl ttlln; aa approvetl kovd ra tke tsai ef tr
hundred dollars . and
It la ranker ordered tfc WKDSK.D AT the JSi
itay f April. .V. B. rt. ut r eletll . he nai
hereby I. appotulrd for said ptiitrw
ceruetl may appear aiwt thnw eaate.lf any taey have.
trny said petition slml U not be rraaltsj. aast taut lata
reder be pnbhshet In tke KarMaa ami HawaHs lav
ruarea for ikree wrrhv la tha If.wtruw
tla.rrr .ad arwapaprra la lissaoralw.
Dated Ilonotuhi. It. 1 March .nth, MH
Mlest Jatllee of tke Staprrme Cart.
lltiav sttl. Deputy flera. mtt H
Ct'pnAiE couirr or tut ma-
O wallan Islands la the saalter of Ue Estate af
U. K M. of llttnoapo. Kaa, Uawail. aa latssia.tirr
The said t thai haviits lki. a bea adrasiksltsf a
bankrupt at a heart; before Chief Jlttlc. JaeM, on
tke pslltfsn of Jos Hysaaa awtt otkers, wdef was asaaw
that notice bo riven tocredltor. of aaldC
ikelr claim, and prsru their debt.: aad that use
publtration be mad. thereof for three eoa.ecatrs
weeks In the Hawaiian Ma.ette and Kaokrat actrsna.
ww therefore, notice la hereby siren that
ink day af April ant. aiISssek a. m at
th. Court Room In AlUataat rial Ilsweluru. ho the
Urns and place for all auch eredltor. to appear aaaf
pro. Ikelr claims
DatstIllonornN.il I March Em. 1M.
Rylkel'oart IIESRT sJITTft,
StrruraiK ttiiurr os tiik
Island. In Prwkale. ta tbe matter of ah
e-tale of II Ell fCC Ctt RI KVKBof llowolwra. WIH).
deeeased. latestatr Brrore Chief Justice Juttw.
On teadinc aad tke petfrhsa, af It. T. Obnte.
Uerman Cow.al of HonoruM. allrTtBs; thai flfrauna
Isekrlever of llonolnlB. Oakw. died Intestate at aaM
Iloaoluhi. on Iks Ilk day of Jiarck, A D. paM. aad
nraylns that letters of administration i.. lo It. r
fllade. and la the meaawklte he ke apptfafed tetapa.
ll Is ordered laat II F t.lade be aad he la kerf by
appnlatrri Ismpmrar, adatlnlstratarof sabf aVIenesstsa
elate, and It la rnrtkrr ordersst that rRIDAT. taw
h day ot Marth. A D tl..l to oelock a a. kw and
hereby Is appointed for hrariin .aid sviitfaa before
sard Chief Justice. Inlke Court Room of tkl. Cmrt.al
Ilonolaltt. at wklch time and place alt person en.
eerned may appear aad .how cause tf any tkey kase,
why saM petition skotlkt not be framed, and tkal Iktr
order be published in Ike EacHth lauraare few Ikes.
saeresslve weeks In tke IUws.ru Uurm ewstanet
Dated Honolulu. II I Karen totk. A ft, rtjt.
a FRASCIH JtTDD.
Cklef Jutlleo of the Muprrme Cwwrl
lluwaTSwrra.tsrpatr Clerk terst
SururaiK couirr of Tire
Island In rtobalr la Ik matter of
th. Estate of tVm K H KIHa. ktorla K S BIHsaad Jars
C K s Ellis, minor children of Cka. K KrHr, deceased.
Order to show eaae oa appffcatlcm of ttuanrlaa rer
order of r.le of real rsUte.
On readlus and the petition of A J lArtwrlckt.
senior. Uaanttaa of the proprrty of tke abora naraett
mlaors, pravlar for an order of sal nf certain mat
ertlle situatedat Kahoatane, Nuwaaa Valley, aear Utw,
reservoir, bernnsln; to raid ward, aad setting forvjt
certain legal reasons why such real ettale should
It la hereby ordered. Ik.t the n.it of kin of the .alet
wards, and all person. Interested la la raM etut,
nprar before this court oa FRIDAT, tke 9th alar
of March. A. D l1!. at 1 o'ekxh a. nu. al lb.
Coart Room of ttrf. Court, in Honolulu. Ikrrj aad luce
to tkow caue wky aa order iboukt not be for
Ihe sale ot such estate
And it Is further ordered, that acopy nf this order be
piblithrd at least ikree succrsstvu,wrek. kefor ta
said day or bearing In Ih. Iltsintt (laarrra aad.
Kuokoa. newspapers pabilskcd In sahl noncfuhl.
Dated Honolulu. II I, rebrnary O.l'Kt.
A. r JCDD
Attest Chief J aslke Supreme Court
!TO It H.ut Samt. nepaly Clerk.
COritT OF TIIK
IsUnda. In rtotttts In tk matter nf the
KitateorJonN JONEt. Isle of Sallna, orth Kena,
Hawaii deeeawl BeforeChlrr Justice Judd at Chart
On and aline the petition and account, of X.
Green. Administrator with tke vritt .nneps4 .r i.t.
Jones, late of Kallua. North Koaa. Hawaii, deceased,
wherein he asks to be allowed 31 aa. and charsea
himself with JOil KI. and ait. that the .an-e may be
riamlnetl and approved, and stlKhaRrlaz htm aad hi
saretlrs frim all further respoadhiuts aa tsrji administrator
Itlsoiderrd.thatFRlDAT.Ih.tlhdayot April. A.
U. IH. at 14 o'elocs; a. bb. rjefntw th. ..i.ictbi.s J..
lice, at Chamber. In the Court House at Hontiiul. be
and Ike aarao sierebr I. appointed a. the time aad
place for hearlns said beUlloa nd iceonats, and that
all person. Interested m.y then aad there appear lad
tkow cause. If any tkey have, wky th. same .boa hi am
be And that this order, ia tbe Currish sad
Hawaiian lancnas, be published In the Uawaruw
!,'"s"JI"!..',d A'"51- aewspapers printed and published
In Honolulu, for three successive weeks art rsoua
to the time therein appoluted for aatd heart nx.
viini.iiiimui.in ll inisSl.t Alt rtfi. S. .!..
Attest I blst Justice of the !uprsme I outl
llfrar rrn. Deputy Clerk. n at
COURT OF THE
Islands. In Probate - la tke natter or the
Estate of tlXOXKtLOA K AI. or 11, .!,.,. n.),.
deceaied. InlrtUle Before Chief Janice J add.
On and ulin th. petllian ot MTIIUans llwfe.
win and other., creditor, of slmon'K. Kaai, atle.tjr
Ikat .aid Muiou K. Kaal of Honolulu, Oaka, died
at said Honolulu, on the M day of ZdartXA. D.
letteraof administration itineto
It I. onlerett that Tl'ESD VT, tke ISth day ot April ..
D ISVat W a. m be aad kereby la appolatVd for
hearlns said petition before Ih. said Justice, la Ih
Court Room of this loan, at Honolulu, al which lima
nd place all persons concerned may appear and
cansetlf any Ihey have, wky sard pet (lion skttukt not
he granted, and tuat lki. ordtT he publliked la tka
En.llsh and Hawaiian lanrnacea forthre aurceislre
week. In the Ilawanax nairrra and ATwutaa new,.
papers in Honolulu.
mted Honolulu, II L, Vatth 31th. A. D l-l
A. FIIWC1M JUDD,
Attest t kief Justice of Ih. Muprem. t our.
llaur Sarrw. Deputy Clerk- tst.
"9ort5?re' Xotlfe of Forcclojnre k of!ttle
' ACCOKDAXCKTVITII A lOW.
A erof saiecouUlned In a certain made he
Chnm See Lin and Leon? Wong lo Aswan, dated th.
ii,.h. ,".,,, JJcmner. tI, rreoeded tn Liber TO. Bares
J to,. Notice la herebT ,lvrn that .aid tneetraere
Intend, to fmerjose said foe cwnaTuroo
broken, and upon said foreclosure will salt atpukat
auction at the salesrooms of E. P Adama In Honolulu.
onATURDAr.thoth.Uyol pril. Ii,a.l5n" f
Fwll partlctilar. can be had of Alfred M. nutwest.
Honolnlu March l 1181
t F"?1??. '? " "w n A "rasehajtl at Ule. ia the
Island or Oahu. demised lothe martsaror. br John
7"'ter..,,"' tK ,", alyaB,lll, and rrcordeil la
isil?,'.l0"l.F".'..,,?l", soulalnlet: acre. r
Usee land, with all lb. nhmM...i. I...Z -.
all the ntentlls. Implements and chattels, ol tke
jor. thereon, used In the en I turn of rice, said kaa
1. ioM rubject .lo nannual rental of $r, until Jin.
ary I. las! and of M a year for th realdae of It
term. via. T January I, jjfti Ih entire term beta;
s!iSK2.1",I, J.'VH ' l9a' "sHlsojublett to tha
perrormanc. stall the
covenant, and roridlrhwt an
the lessee . park la said lease contained. ran a
Mortgngee'iHoticB of PortMlosiirt 4efSle.
TX ACCOIkDAXCE MITII A TOW.
Jr.'".L"jl?co';Ul.'"d lnrerulnmortrI made by
Sin Mot. dolus batlness a. Kwoos Hop Wal
S XZ?. Jii drt U"
H hereby jjlTcn that said
ubmortztn for coudltU hrukea. and uek
said foreclosure wllj M st public auction at tke iSea
room, of E. P Adam. In Honolulu, oa MOXDA V the
a.J da. of Anrll, at 1. m. of Hid day. the wrmlii dV
scribed In ..Id morlsase ., berot. .piuei Full
can be had or flr. It, t a.lle.'Attornsy it lii particular,
KV.OMJ MX YlN
Tkeproperty to be sold coatlil. of thu RlcaalacU.
lion of mortiiror at Kaneohe. Koolaupoko, wpriTiur
a Urte acreast of well watered, thoroiikiy Valtlvatel
'.'A 71 ii- ?" "'"'.'r1 -'" la tairourt order,
all of ih. lease, therewith connected, harfuz
term., to run, .evrral sood house, rice" noon K
lane., tool, implement., .ad all af IkerarSiernalS
Mortfjagees Hotlee of PrrMlotror and Tof
TX ACCOIUJAXCKAVaTJI A FOW.
?.. V!f Chock '".'l "?... "i!"" lo ... " .".?.,. i"7
yjiS S'-".1!. ."ft0' "iP. O waT'ed ,
"TS-.-.':" ' I. hereby siren that
said .-:": 1m "' Ktvcn last
mertaaeeea Intend to ...!
tuicna io lereeloar
j... ""xvyu .aid mertraer. foe
condition broken, and upon .aid fuewloaarVwiunDa.
nnbHe auction at the I.l.... Ir 17 .l.' "" ll
llyh,lu on , UATC RDAT. lae rah'dTy of AprH, tw"
. be'Icord.Wh,e'm, ' "
' "" " "" " 9 "AJnTTELt,
SAN T1S and He TUXU.
, Honolula. X.rck If, Juj
FrstalsM lo be sold .re All those certain Ins..
icSl;l'f'''., ' ''Undrt O kiJeioroJ.
held by th J ins Wo Hop Company aad kr l" atalSed
Mortgagee.' Hotlee of Intention u to "f ereelon
tuiu Oi DUB.
KfSSiTo ?$" izszji
52.r''u5"l hereby elren that the tal.l .
nolalu. In .aid I.Undol fuaha.'aa ; "- -
"VEDSESDAT. APRIL tl,
JL' "Ji'V.a unttnu derlbed fa said
THOMAS R. LUCAM.
Honolulu March It IKSI. Mortsase.
.It...... tr ".."" "" f.valaabl. rica had
fflrX xi? LalS
Tn: JBBnsipifKlJ HAVING
k. esiaV "of 'ttZL&SSS?!!''
IKe I hen- trr ! .- -ii "---?,(,.
stiwwilh',if,ito uv irs
t5mlk? f!5n?' ,'"-' '" d .ruin
eTat ii. i".1:.1?.-'"'"" jarnent to th
ciirk"winsird.i.5 r."h "' "" ' " a.
du.tt.WeUted',ld,S',Bcr?lf te "" "?.
In the 8npreme Court of Britith Colaatbia
"TN TIIK MATTKIt OF TIIK EST TV-
awtatlm... . t . ..J . PTI" W". ar tO aenrf la. It.!.
VUlorlfc Attorney, ," thuawL1!""! .
mtmlh. froro the ii. h,JiSs?'.i.''1'kl" "
be reamed and the r7il?S,T" .: f Utt w4U
petlllouer. who claim. telW iotilwVlKj. .1? ,ba "M
itTLS llth - A,r!lSH,W
lulwn' P 0T.
prem Conrt, BrtU.h Columbia
Notice to FlanteraH
WetTrash fvraac AiiMifk FmI.
Tt.Vf"'UIe Xllla, and aviTZrH'SJ!
any bn Icr no ,T,?. .kEeu.'r'JS M