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Wednesday. January 14, lc85.
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will take charge of the entire distribution of tbe
dally and weekly rxcinc Cohmebciai. Aovku-
tnn foritho city ana suburbs.
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aoUfy Mr. Me tils In writing.
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fce carriers are instructed adhere strictly to
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Commercial Advertiser Office, October i. 15M.
THE CURRENCY QUESTION.
The Chamber oj Commerce meets
Ogaiu to- iay to conshler this subject
8itic Its adjournment some of it-
member hare been actively engaged
.iu trying to arrange with Ministers
some method by which relief can be
I . I ' ...t t.
Kvru i u iiiinso tiiiuera v u are nam
pered with silver, in eicess of what
they can use. We are happy in be
lieving that out of thee patriotic ef
forts a valuable result will come aim
dWre t do all honor to the gentle
caeu who have taken this task upon
their sboaidera. One result of theae
negotiation in that, with their own
consent, Ministers have been invite
. . - . m. ..a a
o frefet at trie meeting io-uuj
'uitht tliev mav both hear what out
business mtn have to say on thesub-
Ject,and f they choose, make known
T their own viewH. We are glad thin
, step has been taken. It if a wise and
- J rr.. it ...... rftt i
stiuuu uue, a ne xkwmhuiu Vimuu'ci
of C4nmerce, contrary to the custom
of feiaiilar bodies elsewhere, has th
habit of shrouding its proceedings
tefv.'AThfi reasms for this idionva
eracy we have never been able to
discover, and if there are any we fee:
sure that they are very uusund. If
what had passtd in the Chamber on
this single subject of currency had
been reported by the press, we be
lieve that those proceedings wouhi
have been far more useful than they
have hitherto proved. A public dih
eusaiou would have been aroused tha
v would have been .instructive both to
the Government and to the member
of the Chamber themselves. .1 he lat
ter are very far being the only men
who have studied the present crisis,
or who are competent to discuss ii
with Intelligence. However, the
. Chamber has its own ideas about the
value to the public of its discussion,
and we are not going to ask it to
change them. In course of time, no
doubt, new and more enlightened
viewd will develope themselves witb
, ; In the4Ghamber itself.'
' ' Tt.'la"' iiutter trr errf.' f hftf f Iia flfa!
. of Mr. Gibson's health will not per
- mlt him to be preseut at the meeting
to-day. We believed that there
vntiWt ht iHttttimf nrlvn.iitx.70 tn hnth
ides if there were more interchange
s of vievrs i between the leader of the
AdQiltJk.Wtration and our business men
, vBpiiil topics in which both are in
terested. One thing seems plain-r-the busi
r 5 Hess community will have to stand
by the Govefnmeut In this emergen
cy, ami assist it to bring the currency
- Suto such a condition that the small
trader whoce receipts ar? neces-arily
'mostly i a sHver, will have ue difll
culty in disponing ot it for all the
" purposes of his business. Whatever
may be the amount by which th
quautity of silver. now cunent need
to diminished, means ought to be
found . to. withdraw t,h t much frou.
circxitatiou. After ihl is once don
the tendency wil. be always toward
expansion, and it is impossible to
-foretell hw soon all the silver coin
that is In the count ry will be wanted.
We sincerely hope that the delibera
tions f our business men to-day may
result iu the adoption of a feasible
plan for aecom plishing all that is
necessary. Meanwhile- the fact that
the Government is accepting silver
coin for any payments that may be
due to it is, we ahould think, enough
to restore confidence amongst those
with whom silver must needs accu
mulate. They have not all of them
OicASion to pay duties or taxet.
licences or rents to the Government,
but thoe who have not this-outlet
.hve busmen relations with those
Who have, and know that they will
share in the relief that the measure
U calculated to give.
TTl Excellency tha Premier has
btn conflued -o tbu houxe for several
lav naet bv SfiVUM illBvfl. W t
glad to report that lie was yesterday
coufiderably better, and that It ia
hoi ed he will be able to resume his
onerous public duties very shortly.
Difft-ftt of Hawaiian Lawn,
"Tekastbt tue CcitTtAT," at cctnaion
law i a Bpcciea of life tenant who, eu the
death of his wife, seized of an estate of in-
Leritauce, after haring i?ne by her which ii
capabla of inheriting her estate, ho!da her
lands for the period of hid own life; after the
birth of fcuch child the hrjubartd ia called
tenant by the courtesy initiate, Co. Lltt. 29;
2 El. com. 125: bat to consummate tha ten
ancy, the marriage must be lawful, the wife
must hare possession, and not a mere right
of poMeaaion, the issue must be horn alive.
during the lifetime of the mother, and the
hefband must turrire the wife. Ib. "The
husband may sell or otherwise diaoso of his j
right of tenancy by tho curtesy, any time
before or after his wife's dt&th; nubject,
however, to her right of undi3turbed posses
sion, ue and enjoyment of the property dar
ing her lifetime. Hitz T.Nat. Metr Bank,
111 U. 8. C. R. 711. .
"Divokce for adultery by tho hus
band shall not afiVet the legitimacy
of the iaue of the marriage." Civil
Code, 18b2, 437.
Divorce for adultery of wife shall
not affect the legi imaey of the isue
fthe miirrmge, but the legitimacy
of such children, if question d ,thall
be tried and determined by the
Court," etc Ib. 437.
Whenever the Court shall make
an onler or decree reauinuif a hus-
band to provide for the care, mainte
nance and education of his children,
or for an allowance to his wife, the
Court may require him to give reas
onable security for such maintenance
and allowance: and upon neglect or
refusal to give such security, or upon
leiauu or mm or m surety to pro
vide such maintenance or allowance,
the Court may sequester hi- personal
estate, and the rents mid profits of his
real estate, and mny appoint a re
ceiver thereof, and cause such per
sonal estate and the rents and profits
of KUeh real estate to be applied
towards such maintenance as the
Court shall from time to time feem
just and reasonable.' Ib. 43S-433. "If
any person, after being divorced for
any cause whatever, shall cohabit as
husbsnd and wife.they shall be liable
to all the penalties provided by the
:ws against perjury." Ib. 439.
Sepabati- n" from beg and board, menaa
rt thoro, leaves the marriage in full force.
1 Dish, on Mar. and Dir., see 225. Such a
divorce may be decreed.
"For excessive and habitual ill
reatment of the one party by the
other, or for habitual drunkenness of
either party, or for .the refusal or
neglect of the husband to piovide his
wife with the necessariesol life.'' See
Civil Code, 1882,440.
"Necessaries" are such things as are
proper and necessary for sustenance of man.
The term necessaries is not confined merely
to what is requisite barely to support life".
but includes many of the conveniences of re
fined society. It is a relative term which
must be applied to circumstances and con
ditions of the parties; and to ornaments ot
hess, such as are usuallv worn by the
oarty's rank and station in life. 7 8. fc N
247; 1 Camp. 120; 3 Ib. 326; 7 C. & V. 52; 1
ITodg. SI; 8 T. R. 578; 1 Leigh, N. P. 135.
Necersaeies in this connection are arti
cles bona Jtide piirchaeed for use and not
for ornaments, which are really needed, and
which are consistent with tha social posi
tion and condition .in life, iu which
The party moves. They may consist of food,
clothing, lodging, rent of house, furniture,
mpdical or legal services, etc. Money loaned
to tho wife, even if used for necessaries, is
not regarded as necessar ; and at law the
uarty who advances it has no remedy against
the husband. G Mees. and "W., 42 ; 23 Ala.,
227 ; 43 Ga 338 ; 8 Watts and S., 83, 89 ;
Car. and P., 643 ; 2 Cown, 638 ; 54 Cal.,
:'93; 12 Kausas, 177; McCld. and Y., 2C9
iO Conn., 75. 76 ; Stewart on Mar. and Div.
n.n. 180, and authorities. Horses, saddles
bridles, liquors, pistols, powder, whips, and
Sddles have been held not to be necessaries
I Bibb., 519 ; 1 McCord, 572 ; 2 N. and M.,
If, in. any suit brcmsjht for separation, the
tefendaut shnll prove ill-conduct of the
complainant, the suit may bo dismissed.
Civil Code, 1882. p. 440.
Upon decreeing a separation, the Court
may decree for tha support of the wife and
A decree of separation shall have tb
- fftct, during such separation, to reinstate
it.e wife, wheti.er the wrong-doer or not, in
:he right to sue or be sued, to alienate and
convey property, to make contracts, and to
do all other acta as it she were a fem golf.
A decree of reparation may be revoked
upon the joint application of the parties,
and upon their producing satisfactory evi
dence of their reconciliation. Ib.
Upon the hearing of any petition for
divorce or separation, the Court may ex
amine both the parties, upon oath, in order
to prevent collusion. Ib.
NULLITY Or MAKBIAGE, ETC.
The term divorco is sometimes also ap
plied to a sentence of nullity, which estab
lishes that a supposed or pretended mar
liage either never existed at all, or at least
was voidable at the election of one or both
"The Supreme Court, any Circuit
Court, or any Justice of the Supreme
Court at Chambers, may, by a hmi
leuce of nullity, declare void the mar
riage contract for either of the follow
ing causes exitting at the time of
1. That the parties were related to
each other within the fourth degree
2. That the parties, or either of
them, had not attained the legal age
3. That the husl and had an undl
voreed wif ilvio, or the Wife had an
undivcrccd husband living (or that
either party being divorced was the
guilty party iu such divoice, and that
the former hu&band cr wife was then
4. That tho husband, being a for
eigner, had failed to comply with the
requirements of the law validating
marriages with female subjects of thi
5. That one of the parties was an
idiot or lunatic.
6. That one of the parties was im
potent or physically incapable of en
tering into the marriage state." See
Civil Code, 1S32, p. 432.
Besides the foregoing causes rendering a
marriage voidable, there are thoso of the
common law due to went of power to con
sent (24 N. J., Eq. 19, 23; 2 Paige, 501; 42
Vt. 720): want of the essential contract (13
Yt. 4C0; 742); no intention (21 N.i. Lsq.
223); fraud (Hop Ch. 478 j; envor (10 Clark.
and F. 534. 7;); duress (sco Hopk Ch. 4s;
Stewart on nutr. and div. 139,141, and au
Legal Age. "The male at the
time of contracting the marriage
shall be at least seventeen years of
age, and the female at least fourteen
vearsofage." See Civil Code (1802)
Idiot. A poison who has been without
undt-rstanding from his nativity, ard whom
the law, therefore, presumes never likely to
attain any. Shelf, on Inn. 2
IC2atic. "A person affected with insan
ity, formerly supposed to ho influenced by
the moon, or by its rosJon in ts orbit; a
madman." Insanity (lunacy) is cliifl;
used, and the word is applicable to any d5
gree of mental derangement, from slight
delirium or wandering, to distraction. It
is, however, rarely used to express slight
temporary delirium, occasioned by fever or
accident. In medical jurisprudence msamty
is defined to be "tho prolonged departure
without any adequate cau-e, from the states
of feeling and modes of thinking usual t
the individual in nealtlj." uoocn ijonu
Quart. Rev. 43, 355; Combo Ment. Derang.
Impotent Weak, . fetble, wanting
strength or power; ttnauii- oy nature, or urn
abled by diseaso or accident, to copulate, or
propagate the species.
IsiroTEXCE may be considered as incur
able, curable, accidental or ump"rary.
Absolute or incurable impotence is that for
which thero is no known relitf, principally
originating in some malformation ov defect
in the genital organs. Com. Jig. Barron A
Feme, (C 3) Bac. Ah. Marriage (E. 3); 1 Bl.
Cm. 440; Beck's Med. Jur. 67; 5 Paige.
A suit to annul a marriage on the
ground that one of the parties was
under age, may be brought by the
Jaieilt, guardian, or IlCXt friend OI j
I.f r,,. !. tUa ivir V will, I
Hie iliinwi i "j ....
was or legal age at the time of mar
riage; nor when the parties after they
attained legal age freely cohabited as
man and wife. Civil Code (1832
Every woman who shall be de
ceived into contracting an illegal
marriage with a man having another
wife living, under the belief that he
was an unmarried man, shall be en
titled to a just allowance for the up-
nort of herself and family, out of his
- - '
The children of such marriage
ahall inherit in the same manner as
legitimate children. Ib. 433.
The marriage of an idiot or insane
person my be annulled on the appli
cation of the sane party, or any rela
tive or friend of such idiot or lunatic;
but in such case no sentence of null
ity shall be pronounced if it shall ap
pear that the parties freely cohabited
as husband and wife, afier the lun
atic, was restored to sound mind. Ib.
Upon the annulment of a marriage
on account oi non-age, insanity r
o . . ; a.
idiocy of either party, the issue of the
marriage shall be deemed the legiti-
mhte issue of the parent who, at the
time of the mariiage, was capable of
contracting. Ib. 433.
A suit to annul a marriage on the
ground of a physical incapacity, shall
be brought within two years of ihe
solemnization of the marriage, lu.
The next chanter will be on
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
treng&and wholescnicness. More economical
thaotbe ordinary kinds , and cannot be sold m com
petition with the multitudo cf low test, short
catre. Hot Ait Ejumo Towssa Co.. 100 Wall-eW
a -DIVIDEND OF THREE DOLLARS PER
hare is due and payable to the shareholders
of ihe lnter-lsland Steam Navigation Company,
J ROYAL i1!iJ Ni
on the Hth instant, at their otnee ou me jspiau-
de" J. ENO, JB.,
4il Jat3 bvcretary.
WELLS, FARGO & CD'S
E XPR ESS.
MEECUANWfcfK, PACKAGES, PKCU.
COLt, fclLVEIt. BANK 2COTE9,
BOKCS. VALUABLE PAPEB3,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Forwarded by Rnpid Conveyance
to all parts of the Hvria ana
FaYoralle rales on Freiifct & Treasure
G"Pronipt attention giren to Collec
tions aud Commissions of every descrip
G. W. MACFARLAKE & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
THE MAIL EV TUE STEAMSHIP "MARI
roA" will close at the Postofiice
At 10 A.M.. Thursiny. Jan, 15tn, 1883.
A LATE LETTER BAO will be l"pt open till
1 1-: (i A.M. tn receive lute letters, on which an adUi-
tionul tee of FIVE CENTS EACH LETTEK must
saPerso9 mailing correspondence on the
morning of the steamer's departure arc requested
Mi stn&ip ail letters beiore posung mem.
Toners for REGISTRATION will bo re-
reived till o'clock t; day.
II. 31. M 11ITSEV, P. 3f
Pcftoffioe, Honolulu, Jan. 13, Jal5
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
THE NEW AND ELEGANT JsTEAMSHIFi
Hf A TTTrQ A ' X 'AT. A M 171 1 A 7
WUl leave Honolulu and fcan Francisco on the
FIRST and FIFTEENTH of cv.-sh month.
rASSENOERS may huve their names booked
n advance by applying at the oflice of the Agents.
PASSESOE1W by this Hue are hereby notified
that they will be allowed 250 pounds of haggufce
FREE by the Overland Railway wnen traveling
Aowi U) retUrn by any of the Company's steamers
wiiuni umevj ujo.
MERCHANDISE Intended for shipment by this
ine will be received fre of charge, in the Com
pany's new warehouse, ana receipts innueu tor
uuiie. Insurance on niercnunaise in ioe ri"
ouse will be at owners' risk.
WILLIAM G. IRWIN CO.,
PACIFIC MIL STEAMSHIP CO
PACIFIC MAIL S.S.CO.
..On or about January 18,
For Auckland and Sydney:
City cf Sydney On or about Jan.24.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FAVORITE BKTN1.
W. H. DIHOKD,
Will hae Quick despatch for the above port. For
In ight or passage apply to
" Xo. 60 A'niiniiii Strei-t. jj
Opposite Hollister & Co
Itonolula, II. I.
Particular attention paid to repairing. lSltf
MACFAKLANE & C0-f
WHOLESALE DEALEKM AXI K!.
era! Jobbers In WINES and LIQUORS.
Xo. 12 Kaahomanu Street,
H. HAOKFELD & CO.,
(EXERAL COMMISSION AliEXTR.
T luO tf Queen St., Honolulu, H.I.
BD. HOFFSCHLAEGEE & CO.,
importers A CoinuiisMion Merchant,
ijueeu Street, Honolulu, U. I. 106-tf
A. S. CLEGHDEN & Co.,
Importers aud Wholesale and Retail
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts. 107-tf
S. J. LEVEY & CO.,
rocers and Provision Dealers.
f Family tlrocery and Feed Wtore.
Orders entrusted to us from th other Island will
be promptly attended to. 52 Fort St., Honolulu
W. AUSTIN WHITING.
Jttorney and Counsellor at Law.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to Instru
merits for tbe Island of Oabu. No. 9 Kaahumanu
Street, Honolulu. H. I. 108-tf
itm. e. tawis.
WM, G. IRWIN & Co.,
taAB FACTORS and Commission
O AOtXTS. Honolulu, li. I. IDl-tfwtf
J. E. WISEMAN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1879.
iUJf PLOYKKNT AOKKT. I.WK IUBVKkSCE AOUTT,
Fibk XxatrKAXCK askjtt, Railroad asekt,
ADVEJtTUOfs Agent, and gkxbAaL
Brsrstss asent. also, craroK
QonftK Bbores. Moky Bkokxh
AND KOVaB SBOZSS.
Campbell's Fireproof Building,
2fl MERCHANT STREET-
I. . IMI OA.
Bays and Sell Real Estate.
LeaKea and Reuts rropertr of all
Collects Ren ta. Taya and Dischartes.
Takes Insurances, and attends
generally to Property Owners'
Is the ontr recognized rassenger
Agent for the noted Chicago,
Burlington aud tjulncy Route.
Attends to Custom House Business:
Enters Goods, Discharges t reignt
and Duty Bills, and nelivers
Finds Employment for all seeking
work o the Islands.
Attends to Books and Accounts; the
Distribution of Quarterly unit.
and collects tho seme.
Loans Money on good Real Estate
Insures your We and protects you
in Losses by Fire in the tci
Companies in the World.
Is known to be the onlv standing
General Business Agent on the
Answers all Correspondence of every
Receives orders of every descrlpiton
from the Various Islands, and
attends to Shipments Cromptly.
WIS E MAN
'S office is conducted on Sound Busi
ness Principles, and all Patrons
find him Energetic and Attentive
to their business wants.
Give Wiseman a
Mirrlees, Watson & Go's
WE HAVE ON HAND
One Triple Effect,
One Double Effect,
One Set or Four Centrifugals.
Eusine and Mixer,
Spare Spindles, bushes, Ac, for
One 38inx54In Mill, with engine. gear
ing. Cane and Mega Carriers
One Spare Roller 26in.x54in.
One Snare Intermediate ltieel lor
Uearlng of 36in.x54ln. Mill.
One 61u.xl2Iu. Diagonal Engine,
One pair Compound Boilers,6xl9f teiu.
Wo have to arrive per "Varuna' In August,
A set of two Centrifugal, and Mixer.
One Centrifugal aud Mixer for adding
to existing set ol Macnlues.
Centrifugal Linings, Rubbers, Belting and
Sugar-carrying Bands and Boilers, Clar
iners, Crab Winches, Drilling Ma
chines, Flat Coolers, Tilting
Coolers, Cooler Wagons,
Cane Top Cutters.
Chain Blocks to lift
t& 20, 30 and 40 cwt.
Glass Saccharometers graduated
fromO to 15 and Irom 15 to 30 Baume
Vacuum and Pressure Gauges. Ther
mometers for Vacuum Pans, Hand Ther
mometers, Kubber Valves for Vacuum
Pumps, Hammers and Files.
Estimates Given for Ma
chinery not in Stock.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Agents for Mirrlees. Watson A Co. Glasgow
A. G. ELLIS & CO.,
i STOCK AXD MOXET BROKERS.
Oflice, No. :
Qilmporter and Manufacturer Jj
Of all Descriptions of
BOOTS & SHOES
XX Orders from the other Islands solicited.
Xo. 114 Fort St., Honolulu.
J. 31. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
STATIONERS A NEWS DEALERS,
Hawaiian Gazette Block.
37 Merchant St.,
Honolulu. XI. I.
READ ! READ ! READ !
just Receive! by last Steamer one
Robe, " Drawers,
Dnsses, " Sacques,
Shawls, " Collars,
Gow ns CI to ises,
Wrappers " Corstt Cover
CP" Calico Wrappers,
ALL THE ABOVE
GOODS tE ARE ABLE
IN Dt CX31EXTS.
We also would state that we are constantly receiving new and desirable
styles of goods direct from the manutacturers, and that we shall spare no
exertion to meet, by prompt attention, low prices, and the best of goods.
uruers irom me oiuer l si a not promptly aticnueii to.
TEEIFIE CF TAiMlCN,
IiS. 61 AND 63 FOKT 8TKEET8.
ISTos. 67 and CO
Jnt Reclvel ex.
" Dried Cberrie,
Cihel's Extract beef.
Canvas Covered Dried Beef,
Germea, for Breakfast,
AND A FULL LINE OV
" Dried Figs,
Pmyrna Figs, Hlh. boxes,
' 1 lb. boxes,
fcpiced Lambs' Tongue,
Cape Cod Cranberries,
STAPLE AKD FAKCY GECCEKIES.
reprices Low and Ooodj Guarnnteed. Free Delivery to' all parts of
CF Island Orders
Telepuone No. SiO.
SUH FIRE OFFICE
INSURANCES FFFECTED ClUIS a-VJ-.K!
description cf property at the current rate
Total sum Insured in 1883
Claims arranged by the local agents, and
with promptitude and liberality.
The Jurisdiction of the Local Ti ibonals recognize
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.,
353tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
THE CURRENCY ACT.
The New Gold Law.
w . V. . JTfcV tut llTrlXI Y
iV. Pacihc Conmaerclal Advertiser
of ilie 29tu July. coniRiiuu
the Fl LL TEXT ol the Currency
Act, can be ltal on application to
the 1. C. Advertiser 0ice.
Price 25 cents each.
Pnulisher F. C. ADVERTISER.
The People's Ice Company,
That Reduced the price of Ice
to 1 V; cents rer lb.,
yii be prompt hi commencing the delivery af
ICE to their new cuatouwra wlio have given their
orders t 1m iM-rvwl on and after January 1st,
lf. a tf
Cffices to Rent.
riHE LA ROE AND A 1 It Y UPSTAIR OF
X Been in tbe ST ckel Plock, Just completed,
on Fort street, are now oflVred for rent.
Fir ternis ppply tv
i2 marll WM. G. II'.WIN A CO.
J. M. M0NSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Teal Estate in any part ol the Klng
It doni Bought, Sold and Leased on Commission
Loans Negotiated and Legal Documents Drawn.
Xo. 27 MEUCHAXT STREET,
Gazette Block. Honolulu. lOS-tf
Dr. E. Cook Webb,
ResidT.c; an.l '.'Gift, cor Iticharls t IlerctnU St
Special Attention gixen to Diseases of Vie
Kidneys and Urinary Organs.
8 to 10,
S to 4.
7 to 8.
Telephone Xo. 3.
of lb lJrgt XnvJe9 of
TO OITSB AB SPECIAL
kenned v a co.
Hotel Street. '
ft. H. Marlposn,
" Fresh Loll Butter,
" Tickle .' "!
Eastern Oysters in the tin '
P. O. Box 27.
IN OTI CIL .
Eeal Estate For Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A POWER OF ATTORNEY
fron. th, heirs of the laU Ctoige Prat-bt, of
uau, Hawaii, 1 Klia.ltfltr for sate at pi.blic auc
ion at I-' M. on Tuesday, tbe 20th day of January,
.V. D. !Sb5 on the premises, tbe'foJJowinK eacrlbed
property, with the build. i gt tbereon situated
On tort Street, Honolulu,
To wit: Northwest fronting I ort street, ?ittt,
thence running Northeast S4 feet, ihence bouth.
east U4 fet t, thence toutb tat VI feet, the axnte
being ronprlsd ot a plce or parcel of land
originaliy granted to Kibilpu by Royal Patent
No. 135, nod tbert niore fully disrrlbed upuu
2; and also and additk rally a piece or parcel of
land convejed by a rtrtaln died from M. Kekn.
auuoa to Kihlipun, rtcordtd in lib. r . 4, aitta lfi
and 155, and belrg burcuined and aolu unto Edwin
Jones Moresuid, Lj Mar) kusan Jones and JoLt H
Jones, of Li htliia, Mai-1, by tLettei-dof tx.cvejanca
duted the etb dity ol Cctnbi r, A.D. 1881, and re.
corded in tbe Reglstiy of Deeds In aald iionolulu
in book TO on page 25s. And aald propi rty soki by
Ki w lo Jones and his wife to GtbtgePrix bt, as per
deed recorded in liber 70, r cge SCS and 219.
The said premises are leased for a terra of Ave
years from the 10th day of March. 1582, at a
ntntLiy ruitul cf tbiitj cne Cdlars per
month, payable monthly, and tbe rent la paid up
to Jauunry 10th, 18.5. Tbe aald premises ar la
good order and a very desirable location.
Tbe terms of sale are cash and the deed at tha
expense of tbe purchaser.
O. W. C. JONES,
Attorney In fact of tho belrs of tha late Georr
Kir For further particulars apply to
338 an W. C. PAIUCK.
JOHN A. PALMER,
Will Distribute and Collect
Alao attend to Genera) Office Work.
OFFICE CAMPBELL BLOCK.
Room No. 7, Upstairs.
Corner Hotel and UUon Ntreeta.
DRAXCTI OF EUREKA MARKET.
The nnder!gned will open this new 'market
with tbe choicest beef, veal and mutton. Also
Fresb Pork Hauaaes made every day
Dlood and Liver Snnaagren and Do
lojrua a Special ty.
All orders promptly attended to.
GEO. D. SCIIRAEDEft.
Forest Market, Telephone No. 813.
Eureka larkt, Telephone No 114.
JOHN. S. SMITHIES,
.4cconant arid Bookkeeper,
MR. JOHN A. PALMER,
In Campbella Zit&.
Honolulu, Dee. 81, ISM.