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Honolnla tine, which ii the suae as 12a. Cm. 0s.
of Greenwich time.
Mosuvr. Feb. 6.
Schr Kauikeaouli from Hatnakua.
Tcesdat. Feb. 7.
Stmr W G Hall, Sitnerson, from Maui
Schr Lata from Hamakua.
Vedesd. Feb. S.
BrSS Belgic. Walker, llji days from
Stmr Pele, Peterson, from Makaweli.
Stmr Kaala, Gahan, from Waianae.
Star J A Cuniraias. Ncilsou. from Koolau.
Stmr C 11 B.shop, Le Claire, from Kahuku.
Schr Luka from Kohala.
Schr Haleakala from Maui.
Thcesdot, Feb. 9.
R 31 S S ilonowai, Carey, from the
Colonies, via Samoa.
Stmr C E Bishop, Le Claire, from Kahuku.
Stmr James ilakee. Haglund, from
Feiday. Feb. 10.
E Jl S S Mariposa, Hayward, GJ days
from San Francisco.
U S S Mohican, 12 days from San Francisco.
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, S! days from
Stmr Likehke, Davies. from Kahului.
Gerbk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, 1S3 days
Stmr J A Cummins, "Seilson, from
Schr "Moiwahine from Hamakua.
Satubdat. Feb. 11.
Stmr Waimanalo. Dudoit,from Molokai.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai.
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, from Makaweli.
Satteday, Feb. 1L
bkt Tacora, Thornton, 127
days from Liverpool.
Stmr Kinau. Clarke, from Maui and Hawaii.
Stmr C E Bishop, Le Claire, from
Stmr Kaala. Gahan, from Lahaina.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai.
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, from Kauai.
Stmr Waimanalo. Dndoit. from Molokai.
Schr Mary E Foster from Kauai.
Sckday, Feb. 12.
Stmr Mikabala. Chaaev. from Kauai.
Stmr Likelike. Davis, from Kabului.
Stmr James Makee, Ua;lund, from
StmrKUauea Hou, Fitrgerald, from
Stmr Walaleale, Smvtbe, from
Schr Kulauianu from Hamakua
Schr Mahimahi from Waianae.
Schr Eob Eoy from Ewa.
H B M S Garnet, 3G days from Acapulco
M03.DAY. Feb. G.
Stmr Kaala, Gahan, for Waianae and
Stmr J A Ccmmins, XeiLsou. for Koolau.
Stmr C E Bishop, Le Claire, for Kahuku.
Stmr Likehke, Davies, for Kahului.
Stmr Waimanalo, Dudoit, for Molokai.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for3Iolokai.
Schr Kawaijtii for Koolau.
Schr Sarah and Eiiza for Koolau.
Tczsday. Feb. 7.
Stmr Waialeale, Freeman, for Labaink
Stmr Mikahala. Chaney. for Kauai.
Stmr Iwalani. Freeman ."for Kauai.
Stmr Lehua, Fitigerald, for Hamakua.
Schr Mahimahi for Waialua and Waianae.
Wednesday. Feb. S.
Schr Ka Jloi for Kohalalelc.
Schr Kauikeaouli for Kohala.
Thcesday. Feb. 9.
Br S S Belgic, Walker, for San Francisco.
Stmr Kilauea Hou, Cameron, for
Stmr Jas Makee, Haglund.for Kilauea.
Stmr Kaala. Gahan. for Lahaina.
Stmr C E Bishop, Le Claire, for Lahaina.
Schr Mile Morns for Koolau.
' Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau.
Schr Eob Boy for Pnuloa.
Fbiday, Feb. 10.
E M S S Monowai, Carey, for San
E M S S Mariposa. Hayward, for the
Stmr W G Hall, Simerson, for 3Iaui and
Stmr Likelike. Daries, for Kahului.
Am bkt John Smith, Grotb, for San
Schr Lihoiiho, Berry, for Kauai.
Satcbdiy. Feb. 11.
Stmr Pele, Peterson, for Makaweli.
Ana bk Scottish Wizard, Boss, for San
TKSSELS 12i PORT.
(Thli list does cot Include couten.)
TJ S S Boston, Day. HUo.
OSS Mohican, Skerrett.San Francisco
HUMS Kon-go, San Francisco.
Am schr Carrier Dove. Brandt. Callao.
Am bkt Hilo, Ballister. Newcastle. 3T S W.
Am schr Wm K Witzemann, Johnson,Sy'y
Am sh Eclipse, Petersen, Kanaimo.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun. San Francisco.
Am sch Aloha, Dabel. San Francisco.
Ger bk H Hackfeld. Hilgerloh, Liverpool.
Br bkt Tacora, Thornton, Liverpool.
Haw bk Leahi, Xelson, San Fran.
H B M S Garnet, Acapulco.
rOBBION VESSEL!) EXPECTED.
Haw schr Liiia MicroneSia..M.r 31 1
Mis bkt Morning Star .Micronesia. May 23
BkAmv Turner . . -Boston ..Alayu
ArubkLdvLampson .Sydney .Feb 23
.Arabfc Albert jfife! J&S J1:
Am bk CD Bryant ...cauxrau fi.
Am bkt 3 G Wilder San Fran .Feb 13 ""
Br :SS China .. .SF (China ).Feb 21 j
CSS USS Adams Banger IF FebiPl '
rSSA'i..cce ""atcca Feb co-22!
Am schr Oceania Vance-i" Hilo) SF. .Feb 19
Haw bkRP Rithet .. SF Feb23
Ato bkt tV H Dimond 8 F .. . . Feb 25
Am bkt Discovery.. . SF. . ..Feb2i
AmbkMaUlda PTown'd. JIar 4
Br Si" Gaelic SF.. .April
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G
Hall, Feb 7 From Volcano: H B
G B Berger, G D Loud. From way
ports Captain W Matson, Colonel S
Mr Tuocl, W Berlowitz. Masters Na-hale(4),F
H Hayselden. Dr Lindley, J
Thompson, James Clark, Master Alawa. C
Blake, Mrs W Maxwell, 3Irs Thomas,
Mafcaelha, Mrs J W Kuaimoku, and 50 on
From Yokohama, per Br S S Belgic, Feb
S Capt F D Walker, and 53 Japanese and
117 Chinese steerage passengers. In transit
for San Francisco Miss L Hopkins,
Miss Gardner, Miss N J Wilson, S M
Ensign A T Long, CJ S S, J H
Turddle, Lieut F C Osborne, EX. Otto
Kahlme, Mrs Von Tetten. E S Bell, H
Hancock, George E isicoll, G 31 Etvntcr.
Lieut Hugh Hughes, EX. T Gowland31iss
31 J Hawes, C L Drain, T E Davies, Eev
George B Smythe, and 299 in steerage.
From Kahuku, per stmr C E Bishop,
Feb S Cecil Brown and C B Wilson.
From the Colonies, per E M S S
Feb 9-1 E Whitney, S K Bell, E C
Scott. G von Eochow and 3 in second class,
and 151 passengers in transit.
From San Francisco, per E M S S Mari
posa, neo iu u uossc, a s unamoeriam
and wife. Miss Clark, Judge J M Davidson,
Capt B F Day, Dr E F Day. Mrs H W
Deacon, Master Deacon, Mrs J F Elliott,
3Iiss Elliott, Miss 31 C Goldthwaite. 3Irs J
H Goldthwaite. F 31 Hatch, EAV Hebbard,
Thos J Higgins and wife. F G Hume and
wile, Miss Judd, Mrs EC Judd, 3Iiss A E
Knapp, Geo Lycurgus, U Mason and wile,
M L Miner, Miss Minnie Morris, Miss
Charlotte Eoper, 31 Vamales, If Versteeg.
C E Washburn. W W Xaughton. W T
Smith, and 11 in steerage, also 16 cabin
and 21 steerage passengers in transit for
From Molokai. per stmr Mokolii, Feb
11 E W 3Ieyer, "W Dean, and 10 on deck.
From Hamakua per stmr Waialeale. Feb
12 Capt Ahlborn, 3Irs A W Keech, and
19 on deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Kinau,
Feb 11 L Cumberbatch. C Muller, Jas H
Jennincs, C Stoeckle, S Kimura. W B
Jones. E A Lyman, sain 3Iahuka, D K
Kahaulelio, J S Low. Arch Kaaua. GeoS
Bond, David Kekuewa, John Kekuewa,
Jas Benton, E Hall, C J Falk, Bro Bertram,
and 113 on deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 12
G Wilcox, Chas Christian. A Stuhl
mann, Max Schlemmer, Yee Ki, 3Ir
I ranca, and 39 on deck.
From 3Iaui, per stmr Likehke, Feb 12
S F Chillingworth, E H Bailey. W H
Comwell, 3Iiss Helen Wilder, E E Hendry,
3Irs Helekunihi, 3Ir White and 45 on
For the Colonies, per E 31 S S 3Ianposa,
Feb 10 John Davis, Col A Swmton. 3Ir
Harnmersley. 3Ir and 3Irs W G Hand, and
37 passengers in transit.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall. Feb 10-H T Hayselden. Jas Walsh,
3Irs Yates, Mrs Kapu, W D Alexander. J r,
and 20 on deck.
For San Francisco, per bark Scottish
Wizard. Feb 11 Wm Eadie, A Eadie, J
Howart, 31 rs Capt Eoss and 3 children.
For Lahaina, per stmr Waialeale, Feb 7
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani. Feb 7
10 on deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 7
C Haggens, 31ax fcchlemcier. Chun Hoy,
and 25 on deck.
For San Francisco, per E M S S Monowai,
Feb 10 G B Berger, H B Hutchings, G D
Loud. T J King. M Brasch. SIiss Harris,
3Iiss Pope, A D Ehell, Dr Chas E Blake,
E W Curtis, E Kauffman, D schultz. Capt
W Matson. C M Beshan and wife. J J Len
nox, 10 in steerage, and 151 passengers in
Per stmr 3IokoIii IS head cattle. 100
sheep. Per stmr J A Cummins 1350 bass
sugar. Per stmr Waialeale 3000 bags
sugar. Per stmr Ja 3Iakee 2001 bags
sugar. Per stmr C E Bishop 3W bags
sugar. Per stmr Iwalani 5151 bags sugar,
3 bbls tallow, and 32 pkgs sundries. Per
Kilauea Hou 1G00 bags sugar. Per stmr
Likelike 5135 bags sugar. 200 bags potatoes,
133 pkgs sundries. Per stmr Mikahala
4S0o bags sugar, IS bags rice. 32 bags
pia.27 hides, 1 horse. 50 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Kinau 93G1 bags sugar, 324 bags
potatoes, 94 bags corn,4l pigs. 25 bxs fowls,
5 bales wool, 1 broken roller S3 bdls Irdes
185 pkgs sundries.
For San Francisco, per bgtne John Smith ,
Feb 10 H HacWeld & Co. 7233 bags sugar;
31 S Grinbaum & Co, 8353 bags sugar;
total. 15.5SG bags (1,915,937 lbs) sugar; domestic
For San Francisco, per E 31 S S
WG Irwin & Co, 2354 bags
sngarr J Kidwell, 300 pes pineapples: J
Silva, 395 bchs bananas; Jno Shaw, 23
bchs bananas; Geo Lvcurgus. 201 fcchs
bananas; Campbell, Marshall & Co, S12
bchs bananas. Domestic value. $11,327.
For San Francisco, per bark Scottish
Wizard. Feb 11 C Brewer Co, 12,591 bags
sugar: Castle & Cooke, 13,790 bags sugar;
T H Davies fc Co, 2231 bags sugar. Total,
23,012 bags (3,595,233 lbs) sugar, domestic
BATHB0EN At Kahuku Eanch. to the
wife of W Eathburn, a son.
EOSS On board the British bark Scottish
Wizard, at Honolulu, February 8, 1893,
to the wife of Captain Alexander Ross, a
Irf Honolulu, on
February 6, 1B93. by the Rev. Dr. Deck-with.
H. H. Williams to Mrs. S. L. Osborne.
In this city,
Feb. 12. lS93.iu the Catholic Cathedral by
Eev. Father Clement, 31r. John Nunes
and Miss Julia Fernanders. No cards.
BANMSTEE At Kalihi. Honolulu, Feb.
5, 1S93, the son of Andrew T. Bannister
and Caroline H. Bannister.
PA At Kalaupapa, Molokai, Feb. 2, 1S93,
at 11:30 a. it., Rev. D. K. Pa. aged 37
years. He leaves a widow and 3 sons.
The latest fish story a sort of
golden jubilee yarn has been promulgated
by the Cincinnati En
quirer, as follows : A whale recently
captured in Arctic waters
was found to have imbedded in its
side a harpoon that belonged to a a
whaling vessel that had been out of
service nearlv half a centurv."
The American schooner 3fartha
l & J?" T.,.,J.. i
"-" "u., uu xuCaUaj
morning, January 24th, having ou
ljoard about 10" tons of "rack"
recovered from the Vandalia
WHAEF AND WAVE.
THE JOEf ESA SATE.
The 2200-ton Hawaiian steel bark
John Ena, Captain Schnaner, which
was falsely reported in. San Fran
cisco last month as being burned at
sea. arrived at that port safely- on
January 31st, 166 days out from
Liverpool by way of Cape Horn and
Cape of Good Hope, with 4200 tons
of coal. A private letter was received
Friday giving a brief memorandum
of the vessel's remarkable
voyage. It appears that when the
John Ena arrived off Cape Horn the
usual stormy weather was experienced.
Some of the crew were
taken sick, the vessel lost several of
her yards during frequent gales, and
other slight damage done to the
vessel. The captain then decided
to take his vessel around the Cape of
Good Hope, arriving in San Francisco
as above mentioned, all well on
board. It is not likely that the John
Ena will come to Honolulu.
THE HACKFELD ARRIVES.
The German iron bark H. Hackfeld,
Captain Hilgerloh, was docked
at Brewer's wharf Friday. She is
189 days out from Livemool with a
general cargo to H. Hackfeld & Co.
The Hackfeld sailed from Liverpool
on August i. Had fair weather to
Staten Island, which was reached on
the 70th day out. A few days later,
when the meridian of Cape Horn was
reached, stormy weather appeared
and continued for two months with
the exception of a few days clear
weather. The vessel went as far
down as 5S degrees south, and extreme
cold was felt by the entire
crew. At the end of the two months
of miserable weather, the vessel got
into a better climate and the crew
began to look cheerful. South-east
trades was had in 26 degrees south,
which carried up to i degrees,north.
No north-east trades were met with
during the remainder of the passage,
but southerly and westerly winds set
in instead, which only prolonged the
voyage. The Hackfeld will move
down to the P. M. S. S. wharf on
Monday to discharge.
The Danish bark J. G. Lotz has
been placed under the Hawaiian flag,
and her name changed to Leahi.
The British iron
barkentine Tacora, Captain. J. H.
W. Thornton, arrived in port on
Saturday morning after an excellent
run of 127 days from Liverpool,
with a full cargoof general merchandise
consigned to Theo. H.
Davies & Co. The Tacora left
Liverpool on Oct. 6, arrived off
Cape Horn on Dec. 13, and rounded
the Cape from 50 deg. S to 50
deg. S in the very remarkable time
of twelve days : remarkable be
cause made during heavy weather.
Crossed the equator in the Pacific
on Jan. 'ii. rne Tacora experi
enced the usual boisterous weather
off Cape Horn, the same as reported
by the bark H. Hackfeld, which
arrived last Thursday from Liverpool.
The Danish bark Jordan G. Lotz
possesses a figurehead that is at
once striking, because of the "spring
bottom" pants which adorn its
nether limbs. A movement is on
foot along the front to purchase it
for the World's Fair the figurehead
not the vessel.
The British iron bark Scottish
Wizard, Captain Ross, sailed on
Saturday for San Francisco with
1796 tons of sugar.
The coasting steamers and
schooners which arrived on Saturday
and yesterday from the other
islands brought an aggregate of
42,000 bags sugar.
The steamer Hawaii is at Hilo,
putting 10,000 bags of sugar on
board the brigantine Lurline from
the neighboring mills.
The bark Corona will load sugar
at Kahului from the H. C. & S. Co.,
and will leave on the 15th iust.
for San Francisco.
The barkentine Mary Winkel-man
will sail from Kahului next
Wednesday. Her sugar is from
the Paia and Haiku mills.
SAN FRANCISCO ITE1IS.
Arrivals: Jan. 19th, S. S. Mariposa,
6 days from Honolulu; 28th, S. S.
Claudine, 8 days from Honolulu;
bk. R. P. Rithet, 22 days from Honolulu;
29th. bkt. W. H. Dimond, 18
days from Honolulu; 31&t, bkt. Discovery,
21 days from Honolnla.
Departures: Jan. 23d, schr. B. W.
Bartlett for Hilo; 24th, bkt. S. G.
Wilder for Honolulu; 29th, TJ. S. S.
Mohican for Honolulu; 31st, schr.
Oceania Vance for Hiio; Feb. 1st,
bk. O. D.Bryant for Honolulu; 2d,
stmr. Claudine for Honolulu.
Projected Departures: Feb. 14th.
S. S. China for Honolulu and the
Orient; 15th, S. S. Australia for Honolulu;
April 4th, S. S. Gaelic for
Honolulu and the Orient; and bk.
Albert, bk. E. P. Rithet, bkt. W.H
Dimond, all for Honolulu.
Auckland Jan. 30th arrived S. S.
Alameda from Honolnla.
The whaling bark Sea Breeze, Cap
tain Worth, hence December 19th for not
whaling crnige, was burned to the
water's edge and sunk at Madre
Island, Gulf of California, on the
morning of January Hth. The can 1303.
tain and thirty-eight men arrived at
SSKS2 rhlSK I
The steamer City of Peking is uow
eight d&js overdue at San Francisco of
from Yokoh tan. and grave fears are us
expressed for her safety. The steamship
company's officials think that
she has broken her shaft and is coming
in under sail.
The TJ. S. gunboat Palos has
V A An aAA Al A A 1 A V n a4a4Ap 4l
"-." "i. .?: M?
JtB,Sr """ .luc " price oi
$10,500 not being reached she was
While the Umbria was waiting
in mid-ocean "recently to repair her
machinery she made the seas
around her less rough By pouring
oil upon them. Shipmasters should
never forget that oil accomplishes
as much in soothing angry waters
as soft -words do angry speech.
The steamer Michigan was
recently wrecked on Vancouver
Island. Loss, $60,000.
The Pacific Mail Company has
announced that it will accept no
goods for New York and Europe
via Panama. This is due to the
fact that the Panama Railroad
Company will not accept the Paci-
hc flairs through freight.
John D. Spreckels & Bros, have
recently made two great hauls of
derelict vessels at sea which will
net them fully .7"50,000. One of
their tugs picked up the capsized
schooner Valant off Point Garda
and Captain Haskell brought her
in bottom up. She was righted
after three days effort and with
$ 5000 spent in repairs will be worth
$30,000. One body was found in
her cabin. The Vigilant also
picked up the abandoned lumber
schooner Courser off the Oregon
Coast, and some slight repairs will
make her as good as new.
'Two Weeks' History."
The entire edition of "Two Weeks'
of Hawaiian History' being exhausted,
there will be another pamphlet
issued by this office, com
prising a careful revision of all
contained in the "Two Weeks' History,"
and a complete record of all
important events connected with I
the recent revolution, up to date of
publication. The pamphlet will be
ready and on sale in time to mail
per O. S. S. Australia, Wednesday,
March 1st. Orders from parties on
the other islands will be promptly
attended to, and if accompanied by
a list of addresses, they will be forwarded
respectively from this office.
The cost of postage is 2 cents on
each copy to the United States,
Mexico or Canada ; other parts of
the world 4 cents per copy. The
price of the pamphlet will be 25
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CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Island". In Probate.
In the matterofthe Estateof PETERDALTON,
late of Honolulu, deceased.
On reading and filing the Petition and Accounts
of S. Jf. Damon and Michael Mclnerny,
Executors or the Estate or Peter Daltoti, late or
Honolulu, Oahu. deceased, wherein tbey ask to
be allowed $ifS5 03, and charge themselres
with SJ1.413.9S, and ask that the same may be
examined and approved, and that a final order
may be made or distribution or the property remaining
in their hands to the persons thereto
entitled, and discharging them and their sureties
from all further responsibility aa such executors.
It Is ordered, that WEDNESDAY, the 15th day
of March. A. D. 1393. at ten o'clock A. M., at
Chambers, In the Court House, at Honolulu, be
and the same hereby Is appointed as the time
and place for hearing said petition and accounts,
and that all persons Interested may then and
there appear and show cause, if any they hate,
why the same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are entitled to the
Dated at Honolulu, H. I., this 9th day of Feb..
By the C'onrt;
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
X First Judicial Circuit of th- irmraMar, r..
lands. In Probate. In the matter of the Estate
of C. MOW KEONG. late of Honolulu, deceased.
On reading and filin? the Petition and Ac
counts of Young Chee one of the Executors of
the will of C. Mow Eeong,
wherein he asks to be allowed $1,3J0,
uuu cuures nimseii wiiu siir.iau.uu, ana asks
that the same may be examined and approved,
and that a final order may be made of distribution
ot the property remaining in his hands to
the persons thereto entitled, and discharging
him and his sureties from all farther responsibility
Itm ordered, that THURSDAY, the 9th day of
March, A. D. 1893. at 10 o'clock A. M.. before the
said Justice, at Chambers, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and place for
hearing said petition and accounts, anil that all
persons interested may tben and there appear
and show cause. If any they have, why the same
should norbe granted, and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said property.
Dated at Honolulu, H. I., this 3rd day of Feb. .
A. D. 18ft.
By the Court:
"65-3 Deputy Olerk.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the First Circnit.nmwalf An Ialands. STELLA I
ri. aiuuu uenris.
Liucokjilim: By the Grace of God, of the
Hawaiian Islands. Qceent
To the Marshal of the Kingdom, or his Deputy,
Yon are commanded to turamon AETnUR
UBJJS, ueienaact. in case he shall file written
answer within twenty days after service hereof,
be and appear before said Circuit Court at the
February Term hereof, to be holder at Honolulu.
Island f Oakn, on Monday,' the fth day of February
next, at ten o'clock AM., to show cause
why the claim of Stella Gnns, Plaintiff, should
be awarded her pcrsaactto the tenor or her
annexed tr etition. Ana nave yon then there this
Writ with fall return of yourproceedlngs theron.
rvuness buj. v,. a VWUTIKG,
(SealI First Judge of the Circuit Court
of the rirst Circuit-Dated
at Honolulu, this Stbbdayef January
UEOEGE LUCAS. Deputy ulerk.
certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the
original summons in said cane. aod that said
Court ordered publication of the mss ad
of said cause ustii isenert May Term
Hololulu. H. I . !
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John F- Jones. Edom.Tex., writes" J
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past six vears, for Sore Throat, :
Cough, Co'lds, Pains in the Chest ;
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B.W. Baldwin, Carnesville,Teun.,
writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to everyone
for these troubles.
R. Schmalhausen, Druggist, ol
Charleston, 111., writes: After trying
scores of prescriptions and preparations
I had on my files and shelves,
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a permanent
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, Xew Jersey, U. S. A-
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale.
VfOTICEJS HEREBY GIVEN,
li that by virtue of the power of sale contain
ed in a certain raortrape dated April 2J. 1590,
made by J. K. XAI1ALE. of Kabalnu, Kona
Akau. Island of Hawaii, Hawaiian Islands, to
JIary S. Parker, W. O. feralth and
Tratee. under the uillof W. C.
deceased, recorded in the Oftce ot the Registrar
or Com eyanccj In Liber 1W, on pasres 81,
Hi, S3 and 84, the said Trustees, raortgasces as
aforesaid, intend to foreclose the said mortgage
for condition broken, to-nit: non-payment of
principal and interest when dac.
Notice is also hereby given that the property
covered by said mortgage will be sold at public
auction at the auction room or Jas F.Morgan,
in Honolulu, on SATURDAY, Jiarch IS, 13'.H,ai
12 o'clock noon.
The property covered by said mortgage, and to
be sold is described as follows:
1. All that certain trxct or land, situate in
South Kona. Island of Hawaii, known as the
Ahnpcaa of Kalabikl. and being the same premises
that were awarded to Klnlmaka by Land
Commission Award No. THO, (excepting
2. All that certain parcel ofland sitnatcat
Kalama-L Kona, in said Island of Hawaii, containing
an area or seventeen acres mora or less,
being the premises that were granted to
Royal Patent No. 1153.
3. All those two certain parcels of land sttcatt
In Ealama, Kona, In said Island ot Hawaii, containing
in all an area of three acres more or less
and being the same premises awarded to the
said Eahlkina by Land Commission Awards' Not.
KM and S1DT B, and confirmed by Royal Patent
For further particulars Inquire of William 0.
Terms cash Deeds at expense of the purchaser.
MARY S. PARKER.
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
Trustees ader tho Wilt of W.C.
Honolulu, February 11, 1833.
3Iortgasee's Notice of Foreclosure
T-NT ACCORDANCE AVITH THE
X conditions- of a certain mortgage made by
J. NAWAHI and EMMA A. NaWaHI. his wife
V"052,' ScJott' dat.ed. ,he ""' ot January',
A.D. 1S91. and recorded in the Registrar Office"
Oabn. on pages 64 and 63 of liber 132, notice
is hereby given that the said mortgagee intends
to foreclose the same for condition broken,
the non-payment or the interest and principal
Notice Is likewise given that after tho
'. . l.u. "m" aoweu oy law ror ... the r .
tfftn tt tM. nnM.a l,n ...1.4
, """ " u
.t .V" properly conveycu
by the said mortgage will be advertised for sale
at Public Auction at the Court House lu Hilo.
and will be sold on the 14th day of March next at
the hour or 12 M.
For further particulars apply to J. A. Scott or
Hitchcock andllltchcock. ilTlo.
, J- A. SCOTT. Mortgagee.
Thn premises covered by said mortgage is a
certain town lot in Hilo, Hawaii, on Front street
near the Saloon, and containing an area of
"'S?, acre',0r.etSeJ,lltJ1 the bol'dlngs thereon.
Hilo. Hawaii. Feb. 7th. 1393. U6Wt
A PCATIOy TO SETTLE
f the Boundarlei of the land called Puumol
iem'ilSJ! hlCJi?f V,"0' IS,acnd 0f n"". n3ng
been filed by the Onomea Sugar Company, the
owners of said laud; notice Is hereby given to
?ii?50?,ftMr,con.ecff't'"!,t TUEbDAY. the
Y&ln D 1SB' 1 10 'clek A. M.,
in the into Court nouse. Is the time and place
iVii0J,tbe "rInS "''aid application, and all
may be offered.
e esPecl4lr c'ven to the owners of the
,ii 1 1
adjoining lands, namely
t,'M?S?iW?"anJG?TeP"nen' foftae land
heirs of Barenaba. land of
Mokuokinl; Kalua and Peahi, Kane" Waialce
"" ie iSS of
Faouaud'M'Snon' C- frhe 'd of
Hilo. Hav.aU. February B. 1893. 146M
AT THE REGTIT.A Tc
xi. Annual Meeting or tht. vmur 1 mcr.
PHONE CO., held the 31st day or January 1693
. jJ"a !a.u!'J ltrJ3'
the d rectors ArrltreA jii
iSttir ofVrSaT"7'8 aceon "a '" "
GEO. P. TDLLOCH,
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
t f.8!".1"4 P"11 of "he Hawaiian Islands
la the matter of the Estate of J
SICKLES. late of Spreckelsvllle; Maul. Ill I
deceased. At Chambers. '
On reading and flllne the Petition mrl 1,.
counts of Geo Herbert, AdmlnlHrito? wlChthe
cdandapproved. and that Tflnal orfer maybe
made of distribution of the n2lrfln?
Jj" h"d' "J the persons thereto iffiS 6th
dlcharging him and .
rnirrMnni.iiMnf. .- - his "t Itnyotfaa -"" from ft f..
It Is ordered that SATURDAY, thear.thdav
of February. A. I. 1633, at ten o'clock t M
before ,he said Justice,
Court nouse. at Wallukn.be and the here! ,
by I, appointed as the time and place Jo? W
ing said Petition and Anmi. ...1 .i.."!,
persons Interested may then and' there annekr
and show cause. If any they have h, ihXP.5I
Jhonld not begrantedfandmVy ple?t evidence
"n0.'!?0.,',' e.n' t,ed to the "Id Property.
Jn""'ce of tfce Second Circuit Court.
I'lerk uf the Circuit Court, iecond Circuit.
THOROUGHBRED SCOTCH ! T
"""; i uj. i ppiy to
3205 tf Waialne Ranch
, QnTlTT) I V I 1 1 KINAU,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock P. AI.,
touching at Lahaina, Jfaalaea Bay and
Makena the same day; Mahnkona,
and Lanpaboehoe the following day,
arriving at Hilo at midnight.
Tuesday Dec. 13
Tuesday Jan. 3
Friday. " IS
Tuesday. " 24
Friday Feb. 3
Tuesday " l
Friday " 21
Tuesday .- Mar. 7
Friday " lr
Beturning leaves Hilo, todshinc; at Lan-
Eahoeboe sume day; Kawaibae A. at..
10 A. M.: Makena 4 p. si.; Maalaea Bay
6 P. ii.; Lahaina 8 p. m. tho following day.
arriving at Honolulu 6 a.m. Wedneid.ija a
A2MTE3 AX nOSOLUXC.
Wednesday. Dec. 21
Saturday " 31
Wednesday Jan. 11
Saturday " 21
Wednesday,- Feb. 1
Saturday " n
Wednesday " 22
Saturday Mar. i
Wednesday. " 15.
Saturday ' 25-
25!" No Freight will be received after 12
noon of dav of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Taesday at 5
o'clock P. M., touching at Kahului, Huelo.
Hana, Hamoa and Kipahuln, Mani, and
Hawaii. Betarnlnr; will nrrive at
Honolulu every Sunday morning.
X5T No Freicht will be received after i
P. M. on day of sailing. '
Consignees must be at the landing? to
receive tbeir freight, as we will not bold
ourselves responsible after such freight baa
been landed. While the Company will nao
due diligence in handling- live stock, we
decline to assume any responsibility in case
of the loss of same, and will not be responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed tp
the care of Pursers.
.W. C. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
Capt. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Forecloso and of Sale.
I "K ACCORDANCE WITH THE
J power of sale contained in a certain
madeb r (w) and KUKONA (k) her
ion or Moanalua, Honolulu, Oahu, to Raymond
Reyes of Kallhi. Honolulu. Oahu, dated April
SI, A.D. 1KW, and recorded In the Registry of
Conveyances, Liber IS5, folios 460, 461 andlSS,
the tald mortgagee Intends to foreclose said
morlgage for condition broken.
Notice ia hereby clven that at the expiration
or three weeks from the date of this notice, the
property covered by the said mortgage will be
SOldatDUblc auction xtthn nlnnnn f r..
t'ti"???'.1?.11 Qneen Street. Honolulu, on
"DAY, the Wad day of February. A. V. U7J.
at 12 o'clock noon or said day.
The property in said mortgage It thus described,
1. That certain piece or parcel ot land situated
at Knmnliwai. Jloanalua. Honolnla, Oahu
er?n,t.cit0 K2lanu' k own father of said Poo!
ullull. Royal Patent, No 2312,Kuleana No. 1187.
area 4 .53 chains.
r . T,hit c",nU Iece or ParceI 0' 'and situated
at Wao, Jloanalua, Oahu. granted to Kalai
(k, brother of said Poonllull (w) Royal Patent
No. 351, Kuleana No. 1191. area 6.33 chains
3. That certain piece or parcel of land granted
Sm'AS? J?' aten5. fy'S5' Kt""n' No-
14SS situated at Kamulltral, Moanalua, Oahu
and a piece of land In Royal Patent No 43?'
Knleana No 14). situated at Kaaula, Moanalua".
Oahn.andthe said Kekohal being one of
Tst ce"ln Plece or parcel of land situated
a: Jloanalua, Oahu, granted to Pakele ifc)
w;Kral Patent Nos 5Wf
and 4.M, Knleana Nos. 1181 and 1183
.5'.oT1Jtt certa'n Piece or parcel of land
to Akalna IV) husband of Kalewalani Cwl
own sister or said PooullulU thlfland 1. sltna"
J!, -"" F5rt, P";" r parcel or land
oruhe land owned by S. M. Damon at Moanalna.
Dated Honolnla, Jan. 2G. 1SD3.
,..,. ,.wW..X, MliS,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale.
"p. ACCORDANCE WITH THE,
RoSina'k' jiUa1," &
S.,A,- y&V?0 Ma t'hong. dated
Intends to foreclose the same for tmStim
covered by said morlgage will be idvprii.. JiJ
l'.e WIIc "atloa th" SeSS oomVoT
e.V'i O'K". Honolulu, on MONDAY thi
day. dSy 0I JIartn mi at ,2 o'elockSw iVift!
Per further particulars apply to J. A. Macoon
"- iremlsea curerea br said mortzace are
I.L OWNERS OF THE ANI-
-3 . J. T. BAKER,
wn,ir NOT PAY AW
Haoa. Janaary 2Tth, 199J. F STI,VA