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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, November 16, 1886, Image 5

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This am the year of jnbileo for Ha-
Mr Antone Kosa has been appointed Attorney-General
Tlio Kinau will not sail for Hawaii until
Monday Nov 23d
The electric li Rut is to bo introduced at
the palace daring the jubilee
The formation of the Kilokilo Club is as
sured Chart or or no Charter
A largo addition to the lodgers at the Sla
liuc House 16 anticipated to night
A foreign mail mny be looked for from the
Coast by the Zealandia to morrow
A uoivy shock of earthquake was felt at
Knu Hawaii on Wednesday last at 4 a m
To dny is the ICth and will bo observed as
the birthday of the Emperor of the Pacific
Yesterday rain fell at intervals throughout
the day making everything sloppy nndcr
A number of Chinese wcro arrested on
Sunday for an infringement of the Sunday
Governor linker of Maui and wife and the
Governess of Kauai Lamb an arrived to
celebrate the jubilee
The Honolulu Library and Heading ltoom
Association has just added another large list
of new books to its fine collection
llsnty of rain has fallen in and about the
city during the past week and as a matter
n course tiie streets are in a bad state
To dnv the Honolulu Utiles turn out at 10
oclock for target shooting at the range
lung Street Medals for the bed shots
Heavy raius prevailed on Saturday night
in and around the city On Sunday the light
airs whiob set in were from the Southward
To dav the hookitjm will set in and every
thing from a chicken to an oz will be ac
cepted Even shekels of silver will not be
ret used
Supers supply of bunting is almost inex
haustible and all who desire to decorato
their premises with flags can do so on short
Saturday monungMr Bradleys fine trot
ting horse Keuwooa in cuarge ot Air J
E Williams diotlfrdm inflammation of the
Monday Nov 29 look out for tho graud
parade of the military composed principally
of officers from Generalissimo down to
A raid last Pridav was made on tho premi
ses of Chang Hoy Knaanu Stroet for opium
without success Chung sabboe too rnucheo
for policeman
Jadjing from tho hou3ej Friday and Sat
urday evenings the Honolulu Boat and
Yacht Club must havo nddod a uico sum to
tlteir exchequer
It is ramored that William Auld will ro
oiev the appointment of Superintendent of
the lnsans Asylum made vacant by tho death
of W K Wright
Those who desired to seo the Police forco
iu martial array with the ei Attorney Gen
eral at their head had to get up before break
fast this morning
Tue Kahunas predict fine weather during
the jubilee One of these gents had a con
ferMice Qpitb Wiggins the great Canadian
weather jiropbeL
Soper has received another largo invoice of
the popular Seasido Library works Those
in quest of choice literary reading at a mod
erate cost will drop in
Mrs A 13 Southwick was a passenger by
ttte brig Gonsnelo Mrs S will be remem
bered as a former zealous worker in tho city
Missionary Society hero
A great many residents are complaining of
the unearthly noises by snmo called music
eaanating from the region at the Palace
yard Sunday evening
The King has distributed a large quantity
of provisions received at the Hookupu to the
Irtper Asylums the Catholic Sisters and
vtber institutions in the city
The evening Auction Sales by Mr Lyons
at the Temple of Fashion will bo continued
daring the present week Great bargains
are euA to be had at theso sales
Tbe Merchants Exchange was thrown opnu
to the public Saturday evening with a lunch
aad free liquor Many availed themselves of
this opportunity to enjoy a f reo drunk
Many of the shopkeepers are beginning to
deoorate their windows and places of busi
6 for the approaching holiday season
very artistic displays are made
A flood supply of brick havo come to hand
by the Consuelo and Winkelmann fur tho
bwtders some of whom havo been short of
Ms prime factor in tho building lino
Yeaterdny the teachers of the public schools
of tbtscUv held a preliminary meeting to
mke arrangements for tbe annual meeting
to take plact in December in Honolulu
There will be meetings of the shareholders
of the Hawaiian ltailroad Co and tho Kahu
lei Railroad Co at their oflico in this city on
Mtardav morning 20th inst at 9 oclock
The Band boys under Prof Berger during
the past week have favored the pabho with
several moonlight concerts and judging
by the attendance were thoroughly appre
Br tbe steamers which arrived Saturday
and Sauday mornings a number of head of
oattle came to band said to be for hool ujm
also smaller animals including tbo tradi
tional pig
Members of tho Fire Brigade deny that
each company is to present a pig in uniform
Tfeeoompauieswillbe in uniform not tho
pfee the latter aro aware that subsequently
they will be dressri
Mr Seaborn Luce again bad a keg of beer
oh top He immediately discovered that he
bad a number of friends who all pronounced
the beer good Kegs of live gollons and up
wards are now for sale
Major Wraughton returned from the Coast
by the Mary Winkleman During his stay of
sixteen months in San Francisco tho Major
has lost considerabls flesh He has taken up
his residence at Waialna
The steamer W G Hall will sail for La
balaa Maui and Kona and Kan Hawaii to
morrow at ten oclock The Like like will
else sail to morrow for Kahului and Hana
Maui at S oclock p m
In view of the Kinau lying up this week
tbe Wilder Steamship Co kindly volunteered
to take a mail for Hawaii by tho Lelma
Saturday of which the Postmaster General
availed himself
Mr L Asen has commenced tbe erection
of another brick two story building on King
street just west of Nuuanu street which
doses up the gap between bis property and
the new Chinese Club House
Letters from Kau state that heavy rains
fell in that section last weok From Parser
White of tho steamer Waialeale it is loarnod
that fine weather and gentle showers are
prevailing in the Hamakua district
Mr William Waterhouso Dimond a grand
son or 4 T Wntedouse Esq of this city
nr a wnOTl1 fariTHtfl with nit his
taacss here is to be married at Cedar J
oaid8 Iowa t0 Miss Carrie Higley Nov
In this issue of the Gazette will bo found
the fall decision of his Hon tho Chancellor
in the Admiralty oase of the Pacific Naviga
tion CO VR R fl Allan Inn TlTr
the Pacifio Navigation Co the Moiwahino
iuuuuuju I JLUWBUll
Tlnnfir XTVirrriiY o nnr1nn1tnll lM
ning mender of carriages A vehicle badly
uruKon was put into nis nauas on oatnraay
afternoon at 130 p m and was ready for
service at 4 No mistake about rushing jobs
in that establishment
Advices by the Consuclo stato that the
steamer Zealandia would leave San Franci
sco Nov 10th at 2 p m for Honolulu and is
duo hero to morrow By her news of the
results of twenty seven State elections will
be received including California
By the steamer Zealandia duo to morrow
Hon H A Widemann son and daughter
and Mrs Curtis P Iaukea will arrive Mr
J H Itobinson of this city who has been
traveling in tho United States and Europe
will return by tho same steamer
Thoughtful people who employ considera
ble nativo help aro cogitating how they will
tide over the jubilee anticipating that this
long stretch of two weeks will be turned by
many into a grand caronsal the like of which
is not known on these Islands
Tno Y M C A of this city will dovoto this
weok to prayer as is the custom with similar
societies all over tho Christian world Ser
vices will be held overv day except to day
at the Y M C A Hall from 1225 to 1253
AH are cordially invited to attend
A trotting match is promised the sporting
Eublio for S100 a sido between Capt Clnnios
orse Joe Dake and Mr Bronses Benton
Boy December 4th at Kapiolani Park Both
horses have a good record for speed and a
good squaro trot may be anticipated
At a meeting of the Waikapu Sugar Co
held at the office of G W Macfarlane Co
yesterday tho following officers were elected
President W H Cornwell Vice President
H K Macfarlane Secretary and Treasurer
W S Hanks Auditor F W Macfarlane
An obituary notice in the Illustrated Lon
don JVVir chronioles tho death of Sir John
Charles Malteno K C M G nt Capo Town
on Oct 1st aged 72 This gentleman was a
brother of Capt Frank Malteno who was
for many yoarea resident in these Islands
Large quantities of suspicious looking
cases somo of an emerald hue indicating
that they contain sandpaper giu chain light
ing whiskoy etc are being sent here there
and everywhere showing conclusively that a
grand blow out is contemplated by the
Somo good local hits wero made by tho
Minstrel boys Friday and Saturday evenings
at the Music Hall The young gentleman
who personated tho Grand Vizer succeeded
admirably and brought the house down
even the traditional r r was not omitted
on this occasion
On tho arrival of tho W G Hall on Friday
from Kan Capt Bates hoisted his new Com
modore flag to the masthead Tbo flag was
presented by Mr C N Spencer of Hilea on
behalf of the citizens of Kan in a neat speech
and was responded to feelingly by tho
gallant Commodore
At tho annual meeting of Wilders Steam
ship Co held at their office yesterday tho
following officers wero nnanimously reelected
for tho ensuing yoar President Hon S G
Wilder Vice President W G Irwin Sccro
tary S B Hose Treasurer W C Wilder
Auditor J H Paty
An elaborate programme of tho Hegatta
to morrow will be issued by Messrs J Wil
liams and Harry Armitage containing on
the first page a photo of His Majesty These
programmes will be issued gratuitously and
may bo had at Sopers and all tho principal
places of business in town
The Kilukilu or Ball of Twine Society is
still progressing According to a contem
porary this is a vory ancient organization
which existed in ages long past and its ob
jeots are Eaid to be not of the highest merit
It is unfortunate for tho racolhat it should
havo been resurrected in this enlightened age
Judging from the list of passengers by the
Island steamers Saturday and Sunday tho
number does not seem to be much abovo tho
average It was generally supposed that tho
city would bo flooded with a large influx of
natives from the other Islands to witness the
jnbileo festivities The natives have decided
to stay at home
A correspondent writing from Honokaia
Hawaii states that a youug nativo girl who
had been at the beach fishing on her return
homo fell from a cliff somo 200 feot in height
and her bodv was found at the base horribly
mangled anil life extinct Tho yonug girl
was in company with her father whou tho
sad accident took placa
Mr J T Waterhouso advertises for s tie
in this issue of the Gazette a raro cabinet
of foreign and domestic birds shells and cu
rios It is to bo hoped the Hawiian Govern
ment will secure this raro collection for the
museum otherwise it may fall into the hands
of strangers and be sent abroad to adorn tho
hall of some other receptacle of art elsewhere
A Fancy Fair will be held by tho Sisters at
St Andrews Priory Saturday December 4th
for the benefit of St Andrews Cathedral
Building Fund Reasonable prices will be
asked for the different articles offered and
tho surplus remaining unsold will be offered
on Monday Dec Cth at the Priory no auc
tion of articles will take place Admission
will bo 60 cents children 25 cents
Pacific Hose Co No 1 at its last meeting
adopted a resolution instructing its repre
sentative to oppose the division of the 500
donated by tho Inter Island S S Co
amongst the several companies declaring
this course illegal according to Articlo 15 of
the Constitution of the Firo Department
but to urge that tho amount bo placed to tho
credit of tho sick fund of the Department
FrpmMaui we learn that the caterpillars
have appeared very numerous on Maui since
the late rains and aro destroying some of the
smaller cane in certain localities On Friday
the train on tho Kahului ltailroad was stopped
by than so numerous were they along tho
track and on tho rails It was not until sand
had been sprinkled on the rails that tho
locomotive could move tho train on to tho
Wniluku depot
No thirteen of tho series of Hawaiian Airs
has just been published Tho song is named
Aia Hiki Mai and is one of the most pleas
ing of a number of graceful compositions
Mr Berger has established a reputation as a
composer of this peculiar class of music bis
airs smack of tho Hawaiian soil It is to be
hoped that his fertile pon will give many
another composition to delight the Hawaiian
Two runaways occarred on tho valley road
The first was a brake and horse which came
tearing down the valley road just above the ono
mile bridge and on reaching the bridge suc
ceeded in wreoking tho vehicle whore tho
horse becoming disengaged turned ino
Pauoa valley and was captured The second
was brought up in front of the residence of
Major Benson in a demoralized condition
The occupants of both vehicles escaped with
slight bruises
The Marshal has promulgated an order to
take effect this week ordering all the fnnt
vendors from off tho sidewalk If tho Mar
shal would only order the police to clear the
walks on Nuuanu street of the numerous bags
and boxes which are piled up every morning
in front of the Chinese shops ho would bo
doing a favor to the public Another nuisance
which ought to bo abated is the crowds of
loafers who occupy the principal street
comers and seem oblivcous to tho rights of
others compelling even ladies to make a
detour through tho mud round these fellows
and their low street talk Tho venders of
Jii --
his who congregate on Nuuanu street to
mako and sell their ware3 ought to be made
to circumscribe their limits and Dot occupy
the icliole sidewalk
Earthquakes aro becoming more frequent
than during the past two or three years Wo
last week reported one at Hilo which took
place about miduight of Friday October 29
Another quite long shake occarred in Kna
about two oclock of a m of Tuesday tho
1Kb inst By our San Francisco papers wo
notice that an earthquake was felt on the
15th of October Although no daroago is
reported as having been done in either of
theso shocks they were so distinct as to be
generally observed
There is no wonder that abroad theso Isl
ands are called by many The Empire of tho
Calabash In looking into the various
workshops and noticing the nnmber of cala
bashes in the various stages of completion a
stranger would readily cometo the conclusion
that the above quotation was correct
What will ultimately be tho fate of all
these calabashes after they have been
donated al tho jubilee it is hard to
say The amount of money now being ex
pended for this class of ltoyal presents is
something wonderful
A circular hae been issued by Commander-in-Chief
Fairchild of the G A 11 asking the
different Posts to contribute of their means
to alleviate tho distress occasioned by the
recent earthquakes at Charleston S C Geo
W Do Long Post of this city acted on this
suggestion Friday evening by contributing
50 from its funds toward this object and
also set about enlisting the sympathies of
tho benevolent in this direction with every
prospect of largely increasing this amount
There is no doubt but that tho Post hero
will make a good record in the cause of this
praiseworthy effort to relievo the distressed
of this sadly demoralized city
Tho city is soon to bo provided with two
more drinking saloons by a paternal Govern
ment A few years ago it was raro to seo
natives under tho demoralizing influence of
liquor but now that they aro allowed to
enjoy their rights and the tabu removed it is
a common sight to see them m all stages of
drunkenness reeling about tho streets many
of them nsing tho vilest language in the
English vocabulary Tho sight is disgusting
to all who have tho welfare of this people
at heart and shows a decided tendency
toward lowering them in the scale of moral
ity This policy is suro eventually to work
tho ruin and extinction of tho race
Torchlight Procession and Firo Works
To night
To night the Fire Brigade havo a grand
torchlight procossion and according to tho
programme there will be in addition a bril
liant display of firo woiks from Punchbowl
and the palace
Jnbiloo Programmo for To day
Tho Marshal Hon J A Cummings has
issued tho following programmeo for tho
guidance of all who may wish to attend tho
ceremonies to day
0 a m Marshal of the Kingdom and Police
J4ja m Ills Majestys Ministers Judges of
Supreme Court Governors Nobles Privy Coun
cillors and Members of the Legislature
10 am to 11 Educational Society Division
2 II It II Princess Poomaikclani Hookuo
noono Society II If II Princess Kainlani Edu
cational Society Division 1 II It Highness
Princess Likclikc Nihoa Society II 11 II Prin
cess Liliuokalani Members of the Societies arc
most respectfully invited to assemble at Wash
ington Place at 8 a m
1115 a m Charge dAffiires of U S A to
present the PresideptV congratulations
11 30 a in Diplomatic Corps
12 m Government Officers
1 p m IIooulu Lahui Society Her Majesty
the liuccn IIooulu Lahui Kaumakapili Congre
gation IIooulu Luhui Malic Kamalu Fishermens
Society Schools Houolula Fire Department
Pnuual Loknhi Association Poola Association
3 p m The Public
330 p m Military
The following is a programmo of tho differ
ent ovents to take place dnring the jubilee
Wednesday Nov 17 ltegatta commenc
ing at 9 a m
Thursday Nov 18 Historical procession
commencing at a m Baseball Tourna
ment and Athletic Sports nt Makiki com
mencing at 1 p in Historical Tableaux
commencing at 7 p m
Fridaj Nov 19 Grand Stato Ball in tho
Thursday Nov 23 Grand Luan
Monday Nov 29 Military Parade
Thursday Dec 2 State Dinner
There will bo a public meetiug of tho Wo
mens Christian Temporanco Union on Fri
day evening of this week at the Y M C A
Hall There will bo music an address by
Mrs J M Whitney our gifted Presidont
and tho annual roports
A special invitation is extended to tho
young men and women of this city It is
hoped that all whose sympathy is with tho
great tomperanco reform goingou in every
civilized community on the globe will give
us their presence at this meeting
Mns B Jay Giieeke Ree Sec
Locturo on Chemistry
On Friday evening last Prof Van Slyko
delivered an interesting lecture in the now
Bishop Hall of Science at Pnnahon on tbe
elementary principles of chemistry de
signed to illustrate how intimately this
science is lnterwovon with onrevery day life
Tho lecturer spok3 of this as as ono of tho
most recent of the sciences hardly dating
farther back than the opening of this cen
tury The various elementary principles
wero stated and illustrated by some very in
teresting experiments some of which were
now even to thoso who had enjoyed tho best
advantages that woro to be found in labora
tories twenty fivo or thirty years ago Tho
Professor appears to bo supplied with the
most perfect apparatus that is now in use
and with such tools and each n completo
laboratory it must bo as great a pleasure for
him to givo illustrations as it was to the
audience to witness thorn He stated tho
present lectnre was the first of a series
which he will give in the samo cosy and
comfortablo hall so arranged that every one
cm hoar and see all that is said and done
Tho Builders
It is stated on good authority that Mr E
B Thomas has been awarded the contract
for erecting Mr M Mclnernjs new brick
building on the corner of Merchant and Fort
6treets Tho building if erected according
to the designs will bo a magnificent one the
lower front story is to be composed of iron
aud plate glass
Mr Thomas has also commenced the found
ation walls of the two story brick building on
iho south corner of King and Mnnnakea
Mr Lucas has the foundation laid for Mr
Mendoncas two stofy building corner of
Nuuanu and Hotel streets The samo gen
tlemau is also laying the foundation for a
two story brick building on the east side of
Nuuanu street for a Chinese firm
Just below the above Mr Thomas has a
two story building well in hand and will
shortly complete it
Mr- Mayhew is making good progress with
tho Chinese Club building having reached
the second story It promises when com
pleted to be a fine sjrncture
There are several other buildings projected
but the plans are not matured and it would
be prematnro at present to speak of them
Firo at Kohaln
On Friday night at a quarter to 7 oclock
the trash bouses of Kohala plantation were
discovered in a blaze Three of these houses
were fall and tho fourth partly full As there
had been no work in the mill for three weeks
past there is every reason to believe that tho
firo was tho work of an incendiary Of course
many 6tories are rife but the one which
seonis to have gained the most credence is as
follows A Japanese band had been fined
for dropping work and refusing to return
All day yesterday ho was missing having
been seen by no ono of the lunas The firo
broko out between the houses about half
way their length where it could not bo saen
until well under way It is supposed that
the Japanese to vent bis spite set this fire
going Cutting began in tho morning pre
paratory to grinding on Monday Fortunately
this mill barns tho trash direct from the
grinding and will not bo long delayed It is
jnst three years since tho trashhouses of
this plantation were burned and theso new
ones were put up at great expense with every
precaution taken to insure their safety from
tire that could occur in any ordinary way
In Memoriam Win B Wright
On Satnrday morning November 13th
Mr William B Wright an old and much
respected citizen departed this life at his
residence near tho Insane Asylum Kapa
lama aged 55 years At the time of bis
death Mr Wright was Superintendent of tho
Insane Asylum a position which he has held
since July 1875 with credit to himself and
his country B ing of a kind and humane
temperament ho was by nature peculiarly
fitted for the duty of caring for tho temporal
wants of those who were placed under his
care About two yeara ago Mr Wright sus
tained a stroke of paralysis and subse
quently a second attack since which his
bodily health has been gradually failing
Tuesday Mr Wright was seized with a third
attack from tho effects of which ho never
rallied nntil death ended his sufferings
Thero aro many in this City who will miss
Undo Billys kind and genial face and
greeting from their midst Mr Wright
dnring his yonnger daj s was an active mem
ber ot tho Firo Department and later on of
tho Masonic Fraternity and Knights of
Pythias of this city
The funeral took place Sunday afternoon
under tho nnspice3 of Lodge le Progres
de lOceauie No 12f A F A M The
remains were preceded by the Hawaiian
Band and a largo detachmen of firemen
Knights of Pythias and Fret Iasous fol
lowed by a large conconrso of citizens His
remains were deposited in Nnaann Cemetery
with the solemn aud impressive funeral
services of the Masonic Order and also of
tho Knights of Pythias
Tho Pross in China
Tho leavening influence of tho press is re
ported on tho increase in China Tho Pekin
Gazette ia the oldest newspaper in tho world
bnt its contents havo an official dryness not
calculated for wido reading Kocently small
journals more like those of the outor world
havo been started at various centers These
are printed in tho nativo language Two
more nativo journals havo been added to tho
list the Amoy Sin Vao and tho Tientsin
A7i7i 1ao The former consists of twenty
four Tery small pages of rather closely
printed matter and is sold for about lXd
English per copy Tho new Tientsin paper
consists of eight pages and is issaed daily at
about a halfpenny It is reported that the
habit of reading theso papers is growing
among tho Chinese officials The Ao7j
China Herald affirms that tho press as a
public factor is beyond doubt increasing in
the empire and that before long every largo
center of population will have its own news
Ruction Sales
Regular Gash Sale
At 10 oclock a in at my Salesroom corner Fort
and Queen Ms I will sell at public auc
tion a Full Line of
General Merchandise
Consisting in Part of
Dry Goods Clothing Crockery Glassware Tin
ware and Groceries Chinese Matting Sacks No
1 and H Snejr Onions and Potatoes llaisins and
liqs Kerosene Oil
Household Furniture
Black Walnut and Ash Dedroom Sets
ii Bedsteads Spring Mattresses Lounges
Chairs Table Chandeliers Pictures
Several Good Horses
Also at 12 noon
from the Nursery of Ant George
J IYOSS Auctioneer
Auction Sales
I have received instructions from MESSRS S
COIIN CO to commence a scries of
The third of which takes place at their Store on
Saturday Eveg Nov 20
When will be offered Gents Clothing Gents
And a variety of other goods all of which
must be sold For fnrlhcr particulars sec later
J IiTOJfS Auctioneer
Just AFFiired
12 Fine Brakes and Village Carts
12 Sets Buggy and Carriage Harness
Auctionccrand Commission Merchant
tuj CHoucrtiscmcnts
Tax Collectors Notice
roit lssc
District of Honolulu Island of Oahu
trlct arc hereby notified that the under
signed has commenced collecting Taxes for the
ennent year at his office in Kapuaiwa Hale
All amounts remainingunpaid after the 15th day
of December will be liable to an additional ten
percent and costs of collection
O H LUCE Tax Collector Honolulu
1133 it Tax Collectors Office Kov i 1SS6
SUictioit Sales
40 Queen Sticct Opp M S Grinbanm Co
Personal attenlion given to tho Sale of
Furniture Heal Estate and Geueral
Regular Cash Sale
At 10 am at Salerooms I jfill sell at
Public Auction
Dry Goods Clothing
Crockery and Glassware Sacks Sngar Sacks
Flour Potatoes Gnions and Corn
Barrels Salt Beef and Pork
Sewing Machines Watches Clocks and Jewelry
Manila Cigars and Tobacco
Groceries Etc
Household Furniture
A few Choice FOWLS and a lot of GAME
One Small Pony
LEWIS J IKVKY Auctioneer
Mortgagees Notice of Sale
Dy direction of Hermann Fockc the mortgasee
named in a certain indenture of mortcige made
byKalac Kclcawe w and Koachnlukga her hus
band of Manoa Island of Onhu to Hermann
Fockc dated 20th day of September 18S3 re
corded In the office of the Itczistrar of Convey
ances in Liber 64 on folios 91 3 I will sell at
public auction
On Saturday December ik3
At 12 Mat my Salesroom in Honolulu the pre
mises described In said mortgage
as follows
All that parcel of Laad at Puulcna iu said
Manoa area 7a of an acre more particularly de
scribed In R P2J88LCA 19iU to Kaanaaina
and that were conveyed to thesaid KulacKeleawc
by Kulcaua the sole heir at law of said Kaanaa
ina by deed dated the lGth March 1861 and re
corded In Liber 18 on folios 41 2
Terms cash and deeds at expense of purchaser
For further particulars enquire of
LEWIS J LEVEY Auctioneer
Or to J M Moksahkat Atty for Mortgagee
Mortgagees Notice of Sale
By direction of Hermann Fockc the mortgagee
named in a certain indenture of mortgage made
by John Kapua of Waialua Island of Oahu to
Hermann Fockc dated tho 3d day of October
18S3 recorded in the office Qf the Registrar of
Conveyances in Liber 82 on folios 4VU 1 1 will
sell at public auction
On Saturday December 4th
At 12 M at my Salesroom in Honolulu the pre
mises described in said mortgage
as follows
1st All that parcel of Land at Kawailoa in
said Waialua containing an area uf D5 100 of an
acre and being Apana 1 of R P 883 L C A 27H
to Haia Hukianil the same premises that were
conveyed to said John Kapua by deed dated 20lh
April 1875 and recorded In Liber on folio 2U7
2d AH those two parcels of Land at Paala at
said Waialua containing in all an area of 77 100
of an acre and being the same premises described
in K P 887 L C A 2HU to Kamano for Kcopii
kouahua the grandmother of said John Kapua
Terms cash and deeds at expense of purchaser
For further particulars enquire of
EEWjr8 J LEVEY Auctioneer
Or to J M MoxsinruT Atty for Mortgagee
u uocrtiscments
THIS opportunity of thanking his numer
ous friends and patrons for their kindness to him
during the many years he has been ii business in
He has most reluctantly been compelled to dis
pose of his business to Mn Fueo Piiilp and
recommends him to his old friends and patrons
as u competent and reliable man aud hopes they
will extend their patronage to Mr Philp in the
future as they hare done to himself in times past
1139 2m
Successor to Peter Oalton
Boll Tolophono No 111
Bcl3 to inform his friends and the nublic
that having bought the good will stock and
fixtures of his predecessor he bespeaks a share
of the patronage of the public in Honolulu and
the Hawaiian Islands and that notwithstanding
the depression of trade and all the annoyances
that the consumer has to Bubmit to by tbe intro
machine made work he is able to supply to his
customers as heretofore a FIRST CLASS
Hand Made Harness
Guaranteed to give Satisfaction at a fair remu
nerative price lie uses only tliu Best Materials in
Gold Silver Nickel
Rubber Mountings
And every article is rarde by Experienced
Workmen under his personal supervision
In ordering the above Harness the measure
of the horse aboutthc neck and girth should be
sent to insure entire satisfaction as to fit and
CiTlf nnv article docs not please the buyer it
shall be replaced by new goods or the cash
Sydney Saddles
Especially made to suit the Islands
Double Plate Spring Bars and every improve
ment and all Saddle purchased of him will he
restufled within six months free of charge He
desire to inform Planters Teimtlrrs and
other that
Cart Wagon and Plow Harness
Can be supplied here with better Workmanship
and Material and guarantee to give greater satis
faction than anything that can be Impoited from
the Coast
Whips Spurs Sponges
Chamois Combs
Oils and Dressings
Brushes and every necessary for Stable nse
always on hand
J5What he sells he will warrant as repre
sented ani would sooner lose a sale than misrep
resentan article H3j im
Neat arid cosily Furnished Rooms can be had
by an carjy -application at NO 4 GARDEN
LANE - 833
Ruction Sales
Wc are instructed by A J CARTWRIGHT
Executor or the Will of H 31 Queen EMMA
deceased to cell at Public Anction on
Saturday November 20th
Atl2 oclock noon at our Salesroom the
Lease to dale from day of Sale
CSFor further particulars apply to
E P ADAMS CCAuclionccrs
Or A J CAUTvniouTio 3 Kaahnmann Street
Valuable Real Estate
We have received instructions to Sell at Pub
lic Auction at our Salesrooms Queen Street on
Reins a portion of the Land called APILI
granted to Alexander Adams by Royal Patent
No G0I and known as
Kioi TSou 12
Containing an area of 9G Acres
The above offers a desirable chance for in
vestment the soil being rich and part under culti
vation Thcreare numerous shade and Fruit
Trees on the place
Premises will be sold subject to a Lease fort
years from June let 18SC
For further particulars as to Lease and terms
of sale apply to
i 1 ADAMS A CoAnci n
Mortgagees Notice of Sale
By direction of A J Cartwright Trustee of
the Estate of It W Holt the mortgagee named
in a certain indenture of mortgage dated the 30th
day of Nov A D 18S5 and Tccordcd in Liber P7
rolios 337 UJmadc by Laea w nnd S Haulu her
husband of Huuolnlu to A J Cartwright of
Honolulu we arc directed to sell at public
On Saturday November 20th
At 12 M at our Salesrooms in Honolulu the
premises as described in said mortgage a9 follows
1 All that parcol of Land at Waiucc Maui
area 2 U 10 acres being the same described In R
r3iS3 LC A 4J2 together with all that land
lying outside of and near to first above men
tioned land and being the same given by C II
Lowers to Josia Ohia in exchange for a strip of
the premises described under aid I P 3383
aud being the same premises that were con
veyed to said mortgagors by M D Monsarrat by
deed dated the 30th of November 1S85 recorded
in Liber 37 folio 330 These premises arc subject
to a paid up lease of flvcycars
2 All thatpiece of land with the cottage there
on situate otfEmma street in said Honolulu be
ing a portion of R P 1703 L C A 056 to Maka
lawclawe and the same premises that were con
veyed to said Laea w and S Ilaula by Oo and
Mai by deed dated 18th or September 1881 and
recorded in Liber 88 folios 335 iiand bounded and
described as follows Beginning at tho westerly
corner then e N C2 E 181 links S 3J E SI
links S G2 W 181 liuks N W W 83 links to
Initial point area 3 2U of an acre
voa ut DUUjll1 LU U Jill CBIUIU lUIUni W
Terras cash and deeds at the expense or pur
chaser For further particulars enquire of
E V ADA SIS A Co Auclls
Or to J M MovsAnnAT Attorney for Mortgagee
Mortgagees Notice of Sale
By direction of A J Cartwright Jr the mort
gagee named in n certain Indenture of mortgaze
dated the 21st day or January A D 1881 and
recorded in Liber 87 folios 21G 8 made by Hoo
kohu w and Htilumann kherhnsband or Ilccia
Oahu to A J Cartwright Jr or Honolulu we
arc directed to sell at public auction on
Saturday November 20th 1880
At 12 M at our Salesrooms in Uonolnln the
premise as described iu said niorta e n
All thoc parcels of land sitnate at said llceia
being the same that were devised to the said
Hookokohu w by her father L E Makole by his
last will dated the lGth or October 1878 and
admitted to Probate on the 23u of Jnnc 1879
and more particularly described as follows viz
1 AH that parcel at said Hcela being a part or
portion of Apana of R P 1019 L C A 381J
to Panica area -115 or an acre and belnir the
said Hcckokohus portion or R P 1018 as con
veyed to her byKabakuliHiiby deed dated 2Uth
Dec 1830 and recorded in Liber 63 folios 23 1
O All IlinBA nvinl JI1 TI 1
-- amiu ueeia area ca iuu
f nn nrri nptno f li onmn fTnlKt t n
1117 L C A7314 to Kupa and that were
veyed to said Makole by deed from Ilnihni
rth Initlllf 1MTI nn1 nn n 1 I TIL
48J DO and by deed from Kanui dated 2d Sep
tember 187 J and recorded In Liber 40 folios
31 1 -8
3 All that parcel at said llceia area 17M acres
and being Apana 1 of R P 1021 L U A 5X50 to
Kauhanc -
4 A11 that parcel at saidniceia area 158 acres
and being the same described in R P ins L
Terms Cash and deeds at the expense of pur
chaser For further particulars enquire of
V- ADAM3 Auctioneers
Or to J M MoKSAnnAT Attorney for Mortgagee
Water Tube Boiler
Is siipercetlins all other SteaniTiofl ers
Economical of Fuel
Xioss Liable to Explode
Easier of Transportation
as- Full description and prices can be ob
tained by application to
W E ROWELL Hoo lulu
1033 y Sole Agent Hawaiian Island-
1ST No Iland Book excels the HAWAII
reliable statistical and
gcneial inforxcatlon re
lating to these Islands Trice 00 cents or
mailed abroad CO cents each
T G THRUM Pcuusirsn J

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