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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 28, 18S7.
The supply of water from the Nuuanu and Ma
tiki reservoirs will be shut off from the city on
Wednesday, the 29th Inst., during. the hours
from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Shipping requiring water for Wednesday are
notified to take iu their supply ou Tuesday.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., June 27, 18S7.
All persons holding water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified that the
water lates for the term ending December 31,
1887. will te due and payable at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works on the 1st July, 1887.
All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen
days after they are due will be subject to an
additional ten per cent.
Parties paying rates will please present their
CHAS. li. WILSON,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water Works.
Appr.ived: L. A1IOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu. June 8. 1SS7. 700dje20-30wje27
iOKT OF HONOLULU. 11. J.
Monday, June 27.
Haw bk Lady Lampson, Marston, 15 days from
San i raiicisco
Am tern Eva, Wifcman, 18 days from Eureka
Stmr Surprise, Weisbarth, fioni Papaikou and
ttchr Moi Wahine, from Hamakua
Schr Kawailaui, from Koolau
Schr Mary, from Kauai
Schr Manuokawai, from Koolau
Schr Leahi, floni Hanalei, Kauai
Monday, June 27.
Stmr Waialeale, Freeman, for Xawiliwili
Waimea, Wahiawa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p in
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilsou. lor Waialua
Stmr Waimanalo, Underwood, for Waialua and
Waianae, at 9 a m
Stmr Ivy Holmes, for Waianae
Am bktne Planter, W R IVrriman, for San
Schr Josephine, for Ewa
Schr Kainbow, for Koolau, Oahu
Schr Waioli, for Kuan
Schr Tlob Koy, for Koolau, Oahu
Vessels f.eHViiiir To-tiny.
Stmr Kinau, Lore nzeu, for Maui and Hawaii, at
4 p in
stmr Likelike, Davies, for Kahului aud way
ports, at 5 p ni
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai, at 5
Stmr Mikahala, Freeman, for Nawiliwili, Wai
mea, Koloa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr C R Bishop, for a circuit of Oahu, at 8 a m
Bol bk Don Carlos, Jacobaon. for Royal Roads
Schr Kaulilua. for Kauai
Schr Mary E Foster, for Labaina
Schr Kawailani, for Koolau, Oahu
Schr Luka, for Kauai
Schr Leahi, for Hanalei. Kav.ai
Schr Wailele, for Kuan
Schr Waioli, for Kuau
Schr Waiehu, for V.'aiunae and Waialua
V-HMelH iu Port f rom Foreign pons.
Haw bark Kalakaua, C H Henderson, from Val
paraiso Bol bk Gwillermo, Saudmauu, fiom Tort
Townxend, W T
Am bk O O Whitmore, T Thompson, from De
Am missionary steam bktne Morning Star, G
F Garland, from the South Sea Islands
Bark Don Carlos, Jucolison. ! rv:r Departure
Am b?.rk Saranac,JBiw, from San Francisco
US.S Adan''Sfuis Kempn', lrom Acapulco,
- Am bark Caibarien, G A l'erkins, from San
Brit barkCerastes.Capt JBrumund, from Liver
pool Haw bk Lady Lampson, W H Marston, from
Am tern Eva, J O Wikman, from Huinboldt
Hawaii with 2,542 bags sugar, 100 bags charcoal,
100 bags fertilizers and 60 packages general mer
chandise. She leaves at noon to-day for Laupa
hoehoe. On mea, Honomu, Paukaa, and Hllo, Ha
waii. The American tern Eva, Captain J.O. Wikman,
arrived June 27th, 18 days from Eureka, Califor
nia, with 280,000 feet redwood lumber for Messrs.
Lewers & Cooke. Reports pleasant weather the
The American barkentine Planter, Captain W.
R. Perriman, sailed June 27th for San Francisco
with 12,074 bags sugar, 3,790 bags rice, 280 bar
rels molasses and 400 bunches bananas. The
cargo weighed 940 tons, and was valued at ?80 -700.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTES.
Fopular goods, popular styles, popular
prices, at the Popular Millinery House.
N. S. Sachs, Proprietor.
The most wonderful values in ladies' and
misses' trimmed and untrimmed hats ever
offered in Honolulu are at Fishel's leading
veMels ExMctel rruin Foreign Hons.
Haw Bchr General Siegcl, Sanders, from
French Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-ao
Am bark St Lucie, sailed from New York March
26, due September 5-30
Am bk James S Stone, Barstow, sailed from
Boston March 12. due July r0-31
Ger bark Gyda, from Newcastle, N S W, due
Uer bk Peter Goddefroy, , sailed from
Liverpool May 3rd, due Sept l-2.".
Haw tern Ke Au llou, Brownell, from French
Frigate Shoals, due July 10-.11.
Am schr Ronario, Robertson, from Sn Fran
cisco, due at Kahului June 20-30
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman, from San
Francisco, due at Hilo, Hawaii, June 20-30
Brit iark Birmah, from Glasgow, due October
Am brgtne John D Spreckels, Friis, from San
Francisco, June 23-28
Haw steamship Australia, II C Houdlette. from
San Francisco, June 23
R M S S Mariposa, II M Hayward, from the
Colonies, en route to San Francisco, due July 1
Supposed to be lost.
For San Francisco, per bktne Planter, June
2; Mrs Capt Babcock, Mrs S J Dverin, C Fiend,
iis Hillebrand and Miss A Langhoru.
Ladies, don't fail to see the novelty dress
materials at Sach's store something en
Come to-morrow and bring your friends
to see the mammoth bargains in ladies'
hats, from 50c up, at Chas. J. Fishel's lead
ing Millinery House.
Best value in millinery and straw goods
can be obtained at Sach's, 104 Fort street.
I'll a. T. Gulick, .Notary Public.
Records searched. Abstract of Title
furnished, and conveyances drawn on
COLLECTION AGENCY Mr. John
Good, Jr., authorized collector.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Mr. F.
Marcos, special agent.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY
No. 38 Merchant street.
Bell Telephone 348. P. O. Box 415.
i & CO.,
42 Niiiiimiu Street.
Just received, ex barkentine II. N.
Bangs, large quantities of Silks, Em
broidered Silk Handkerchiefs with ini
tials ; an assortment of Scarfs and
Shawls, Grass Cloth, and Grass Cloth
Also, a great variety of Japanese Tea
Sets, Vases, Bronze Sleeve Buttons,
Lacquered Ware, etc.
Satin, Crape, Ivory, Sandalwood and
Tortoiseshell Card Case, Paper Cutter,
Fans and Jewelry Cases, Matting, etc.
Gold and Silver Jewelry, setting with
tiger claws, cateyes and amber.
The bark CO. Whitmore was berthed at the
Pacific Mail Company's wharf to complete dis
charging the balance of her cargo.
The schooner Moi Wahine passed a bark last
Sunday morning, which was entering Kahului
The schooner Mauuokawai brought 738 bags
paddy from Koolau, Oahu, June 27th.
The schooner Leahi takes GO tons of coal to
Hanalei, Kauai, to-day.
The steamers Kinau, Likelike, Mikahala, Mo
kolii, surprise and C. R. Bishop will leave this
afternoon for their respective ports.
The schooner Kaulilua brought 800 .bass sugar
from Waimea, Kauai.
The bark Caibarien received sugar from the
steamer Mikahala, and is expected to leave for
San Francisco next Thursday.
The schooner Kawailani brought 8:4 bags rice
from Koolau, Oahu, June 27th.
The schooner Liholiho brought 967 bags sugar
from Nawiliwili, Kauai, June 27th.
The Hawaiian clipper schooner Moi Wahine,
Captain M. Staples, arrived yesterday from Ko
holalele, Hamakua, Hawaii, with 2,164 bags sugar,
after an absence of only five days. The sugar
was put on board the .bark Saranac. The Moi
Wahine has made about six round trips iu suc
cession of five days each, which is equivalent to
The schooner Mary arrived yesterday from
&uai with rice.
The Hawaiian bark Lady Lampson, Captain W.
H. Marston, was berthed at Brewer's whaif early
Joue 27th, 15 days from San Francisco, with gen
eral merchandise, including 54,000 bricks for
Messrs. C. Brewer & Co. Reports strong N.W.
winds the first part of the passage, and light
variable winds the remainder of the voyage.
The schooner Luka brought 1,640 bags sugar
from Kukaiau, which were placed on board the
fcark Saranac She leaves to-day for Waimea,
Kauai, with coal.
The American bark Saranac, Captain D. B.
Shaw, will either leave this afternoon or to-mor
row for San Francisco. She will carry about J
1,000 bags riee and 31,000 bags sugar.
The schooner Wailele brought 1,251 bags sugar
from Kuuu. which were transferred to the bark
Tb ateamtr Surprise arrived last Sunday from
cw UoocIh Received uy the Paelilc
The indurated fibre pails are the best
utensil for all uses yet invented. . They
are made of sycamore wood ground and
made into a liquid pulp, moulded in the
shape required, and while in plastic
shape are subjected to heavy and equal
pressure on all sides. They are then
dried, smoothed and soaked in the pat
ent indurating (hardening) composition
and baked in hot ovens until done. The
result is a handsome, strong, seamless,
odorless, unpainted, unvarnished ware,
which will neither shrink, swell, crack,
absorb moisture or increase in weight.
They are not affected by hot water nor
any ordinary acid, and the coating pre
vents any odor after being used for
slops. No soaking is required to cleanse
them ; cold water is alone sufficient, as
the coating is never penetrated. They
are a non-conductor of heat, therefore
water, milk, etc., keep cool longer in
them than in any other utensil. They
are seamless and always water-tight,
have no rusty hoops to drop off and will
not soil the most delicate article. In all
these and many other respects they are
justly superior to the ordinary wooden,
tin, galvanized iron, paper pulp ware
manufactured by any other process.
They are cheap and durable and within
the reach of all, and are especially well
adapted to the climate of these Islands.
Then there is the Concord lamp at
tachment, designed to be used for heat
ing and cooking, and serves as a good and
safe lamp chimney. It is adjustable to
any ordinary kerosene or coal oil
burner, being made in two sizes A and
B such as are generally used in all
households. With it you can boil water
or make tea or coffee, make toast, heat
fiat irons, boil eggs, fry, stew, etc., in a
very few minutes. It is a necessity in
every house. The above articles can be
obtained of the Pacific Hardware Com
pany, Fort street, the sole agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
A New Island Steamer.
A new steamer, to take the place of
the Waimanalo, running between Hono
lulu and Waianae, is being built by
Dickey Bros. It' will be 110 feet long, 22
feet wide, with a depth of 7 feet. It will
draw the same water as the John A.
Cummins, and be able to run thirteen
knots an hour. The new vessel is ex
pected to arrive here in tUe middle of
St. Peter's Guild.
A meeting of the members of St.
Peter's Guild (men's branch) will be
held this evening at the residence of the
Rev. Herbert H. Gowen. On this occa
sion the Rev. J. Mortimer Silver will
read a paper on "The ways of putting
things." A full attendance is requested.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The steamers Kinau, Likelike and 31 ik-
hala sail to-day.
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special meeting oi ueo. w . ue i.
Post will be held this evening.
There will be a dance on board the U. S
S. Adams Wednesday afternoon.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will plajr on
the wharf on the arrival of the Australia
The band concert at Emma Square last
evening was well attended, and the music
A large number of school teachers are
expected from California to-day by the
The blacksmith shop of George Sander
son at Kohala was totally destroyed by
fire last Wednesday.
A gold locket was lost on ing street on
Saturday last. A reward is offered for its
return to this office.
Mr. J. P. Ingram has charge of the pro
gramme for the Blue Ribbon entertain
ment on Saturday evening.
California produce will be received by the
Australia by II. E. Mclntyre & Brothers,
corner of King and Fort streets.
Yesterday was the anniversary of Miss
Eva Parker's birth, and was duly observed
by that young lady and her numerous
Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold a grand
sale of fireworks of every description at his
salesrooms to-morrow morning at 10
The water from the Nuuanu and Makiki
reservoirs will be shut off from the city to
morrow between the hours of 8 a. m. and
4 p. m.
By the Australia, Lewis & Co. will receive
their usual consignment from California of
fruits, fish and vegetables on ice. Leave
your orders early.
Applications for foreign money orders,
per steamship Mariposa, July 1st will be
received at the Post Office up to 4 o'clock
Do not forget that Davis fc Wilder's store
is the place to visit' after the arrival of the
Australia if you wish fresh California
fruits and vegetables.
The "Honolulu Almanac and Directory '
for 18S7 is now on sale at J. H. Soper's
and A. M. Ilewett's news depots, and at
this office. Price. 50 cents.
The Honolulu Rifles held a battalion
drill at their armory last evening. The at
tendance was good. Quite a number of
spectators witnessed the drill.
The Oceanic Company's steamship Aus
tralia is due to-day at noon from San
Francisco, with dates to the 21st, and
eighteen days' mail for the Post Office.
The American bark Saranac, Captain
Shaw, sails to-day for San Francisco with
a full cargo of sugar. This will be her
last trip to this port. Captain and Mrs.
Shaw wiil leave many friends behind, who
wish them a pleasant voyage.
A Hawaiian IVomau's Claim.
A Sacramento paper of J une 10th has
the following : "Some years ago W. E.
Callahan, a son of Mr. and Mrs.. P. A.
Callahan of this city, departed from
Sacramento for the Sandwich Islands.
He resided there several years, but
finally, while laboring under a fit of tem
porary insanity, jumped into the ocean
and was drowned. He left, it seems,
some property on one of the Hamoan
Islands worth several thousand dollars,
and his parents petitioned the Superior
Court here that the estate be ordered
distributed to them. The motion came
up in Judge Van Vleet's Court this
morning, when Matt F. Johnson pre
sented the claim of a dusky maiden of
the Sandwich Islands, who asserts that
she is the widow of W. E. Callahan, and
asked that she be awarded the property.
She asserts that when she was 14 years
of age she and W. E. Callahan were
united in marriage by United States
Consul Greenebaum. The attorneys
for the parents questioned a lady
who had seen the widow,
with the evident intent of proving
that she was a negro, but the
Court did not seem to take any stock in
the assumption that a marriage with
a native of the Sandwich Islands would
be illegal. The Sacramento claimants
also set up the belief that their son was
insane at the time of the marriage, but
Judge Van Vleet said that the only mat
ter he would take into consideration was
the marriage, and he continued the mat
ter that depositions may be had from
The Ladies' Church Aid Society of the
Second Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will give a Milkmaids' Con
cert and ice cream festival at the Y. M.
C. A. building, on the evening of July
1st, at 7 :30.
3. Ice cream.
March and concert in the hall; ice
cream served down stairs. Admission
to hall 25 cents.
The grand combination concert takes
place at the Hawaiian Opera House
this evening, under Capt. Robt. Parker's
management. The programme is an
exceedingly good one, and consists of
songs and choruses by the lolani and
Heanani Clubs. Mr. Kalakiele dis
courses on Masonry. There vrtll also be
two Hawaiian tableaux performed in the
ancient costume of the country. The
object of the concert is to benefit the
funds of the Kaumakapili Church, and
should attract a large audience.
The Masonic Excursionists.
The members of the Masonic excur
sion who visited Maui have handed us
the following for publication :
Those of the Masonic excursion who
spent the week ending June 25th on the
Island of Maui, desire to return their
thanks to Mr. John Rich.1?"", f Wi
luku, whose attentions will l?r.g bi reruau
bered by those who had tk; sood fortune
to fall into his keeping. We strongly re
commend Mr. Richardson as a courteous
gentleman, generous in the fulfillment of
hi3 contracts and advise all tourists wish
ing to visit Maui to put themselves in his
The San Francisco "Call" of Juue 6th
has the following: "A quiet wedding
took place at Colma on Saturday, the
28th ultimo, when Miss Eva Knowles
was ncarried to Captain William Matson
of San Francisco. The happy pair are
enjoying their honeymoon in San Jose
Captain Matson is well known in the
Hawaiian Islands, having run the
schooner Emma Claudina from Hilo to
San Francisco for many j-ears. A fine
new schooner is now being built for the
Captain to run between the same ports.'
BEFORE JUDD, C. J. J PRESTON, J. J BICK-
Saturday, June 25th.
wooa vs. muingnata. Hearing on
form of decree, W. A. Kinney for plaint
iff, F. M. Hatch for defendant.
BEFORE PRESTON, J.
Monday, June 27th.
In equity, Kaohe et al. vs. Kealina et
al. Bill to set aside a deed for inj unc
tion, etc. Answers of both defendants.
Partly heard and continued to the 28th.
W. O. Smith for plaintiff, W. C. Achi for
the defendant Kealina, W. R. Castle for
R. R. Hind
BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE DAYTON.
Monday, June 27th.
Kihee, Aua, Jas. Faust, Kauiponeko,
P. Ku and John Keating each had to pay
$6 for drunkenness.
Tome, a Japanese, for assault and bat
tery on a fellow countryman, was fined
$5. Costs, $1 10.
Luther ScribHer, for assault ' and bat
tery on J. McDerraott, was fined $5.
Costs, $1 10.
Five Chinese forfeited bail of $10 each
Four Chinese, remanded from the 21st
or gaming, were discharged.
Several other cases were continued.
Tlie "Planters Monthly."
The "Planters' Monthly" for June is
one of the most interesting numbers yet
published. It is full of original and se-
ected matter pertaining to the chief in
dustry of these islands, and other articles
appear on agriculture, the prickly pear,
packinf butter, the vanilla plant and
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani and
suite arrived in London Tune 7th. A
Royal carriage sent from Buckingham
Palace met them at the station, and the
ioyal part' were at once driven to the
Win. G. Irwin &
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Cases Corned .Beef.
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Manila and Sisal, Banana Twine, Whale Une
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To he given by the
I0LAN1 GLEE CLUB
For the Benefit of the
Kaumakapili Church Build
Under the Patronage of
IIIS MAJESTY THE KING,
TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1887,
At the Hawaiian Opera IIuic.
Under the management of CAPT. R. PARKER
OPENING CHORUS My Country 'Tis of Thee
Full (Hce Club.
In honor of the Masonic Excursion.
Hotvhoa By the Heanani Club
DUET AND CHORUS Napelakapn ef
Lieut. inacla, Mr. Waialeale.
Leionaona By the Heanani Club
ANCIENT HA V All AN TAB1.KAU
Hiiaka, Lohiau and Pele
as Hiiaka; Balcka as Ixiiiiai;; Mao as Pele.
ECHO E ala e!
Solo by Maj. Kahalewai; Echo and Chorus
by the Club.
SOLO AND CHORUS E Nihi ka nele
Solo by Mr. Waialeale.
Mr. Edwards, Mr. Shaw and Mr. Waialeale.
AIna Hau By the Heanani Club
DUET AND CHORUS Hamau, etc
Lieut. Nakanaelaand Mr. Waialeale; Chorus
by full Club.
Kaui Hili : By the Heanani Club
DISCOURSE ON MASONRY
Kapilialob By the Heanani Club
DUET Erin! Erin!
Mr. Waialeale and Mr. Shaw.
TABLEAU Tragic Death of Capt Cook
. In three partu.
u t .. v"V' By the Heanani Club
SOLO AND CHORUS Waahila, etc
Solo by Capt. Mahaulu.
HAWAII PONOI Full Club.
The two Hawaiian Tableaux are to be performed
in the tncient costumes of the country. The
first Tableau is a representation of the bringing
to life again of Lohiau, the huabnd ef Pele, the
great Goddess of the Volcano of Kllauea. ' The
ftecond Tahlea.n represents three important
steiie vrLK a le.ui to t;t an-i!i cf ;pt. Co k.
m JOHN PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumber, Gash" iter
71 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
IIOl'SE AND Kill I
JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Rath Tnbs. Water Closets. Wash Bowls. Plnmb-
I ing Goods of all kinds always on hand.
TAR0 FLOUR FACTORY,
COMMENCED OPERATIONS ON THURSDAY,
May 2Cth. and are now prepared to supply
TARO FLOUR in any quantities.
With new and improved machinery and othr
apparatus, the present Manager guarantees to
supply Taro Flour that will make a better class
of Poi tbau ever produced.
All orders to be sent to W. H. CUMMINS,
Manager, at the F.tctory, Wailuku, Maui ; or to
W. G. IRWIN k CO., Agents, Honolulu.
R. MOEE cfe CO.,
Blacksmiths and Machinists,
NO. 73 KING STREET,
HONOLULU, II. I.
Ships' Blacksmithing and General Work dona
in a first -class manner. Sheet Iron Work of all
kinds attended to. 707-JunelStf
LOST Oil MISCARRIED.
ON THE OCEANIC -COMPANY'S WHARF. ON
May 31st, on the arrival of the Australia, a
large black leather valise, tightly strapped,
handle broken and hemp rope substituted. Any
person delivering the same at Paul Neumann's
office will be suitably rewarded.
714jel7tf PAUL NEUMANN.
The undersigned invites the Ladies to
inspect new goods just received.
W. C. SPROULL.
T A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF
1. the Mutual Telephone Company, held
this day, it was decided to reduce the rent of
instruments to $5 per month in the districts of
Koolau, Ewa, Waianae and Wa'alua.
Secretary Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, January 6, 1887. 402-jan-tf
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Commercial Assurance Co.
Fire and Marine
Anglo-Nerada Assurance Corpor
Fire and Marine
CAPITA!, (Paid up) $2,000,000.:
South British Fire and Marine
CAPITAL, - - $10,000,000.
New York Life Insurance Co.
C. O. BERGER,
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Islands. 611apr28tfdw
A Lot of the Best
All of which will be made into
Call and sample some of those Clears. Satis
The Crystal Soda Works
BOATS FOR SALE!
Three Whale Boats.
One decked Whale Boat, 30 feet Ion?, 3 feet deep.
b xeei wiae.
Two 22-feet Hurf Boats.
One 18-feet Surf Boat.
One decked Plunger, 16 feet long, 6 feet 6 inches
wide, i reet 0 inches deep, with mast and sails.
One 22-feet Sailing Scow, decked, with tuast and
One 12-tcn Lighter, decked.
E. R. RYAN.
710jel6tf Boat Builder and General Jobber
H. P. BERTELMANN,
Contractor and Builder.
E8TIMATES FURNISHED ON WOOD, BRICK
Cabinet and Carpenter Work done to order.
86 KING STREET. Bell Telephone If T
N. F. BURGESS,
Expressman & Drayman,
84 KING STREET,
Telephone No. 2C2.
Australian Mail Service.
The sew and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be da
at lioneluln from Sydney and Auckland
on or about
JULY 1, 1887,
An4 will leave for the abeve port with miv'.in ka.l
passengers on or about that date.
For freight or passage, having HUPF.l'.IOH
ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to
Wm. GL Irwin & Co.,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Com pan;- mii ,
due at Honolulu from tan Fran .
July 8, 1887.
And will have prompt dlapatcn wjth malls and
passengers for the above ports.
For height or passage, having SUPERIOR AO
COMMODATION8, apply to
Wm. GK Irwin & Co.,
Hie Leading Millinery House
Chas. J. Fishel.
COR. FORT & HOTEL ST8.
For two Weeks Only
Can be lia l it J. V.. Hrown .t ('..',
By virtue of a writ of execution issued out of
the Supreme Court on the 18tb day of June, A.
D. 1887,against B. EalHlmoku,defendant,in favor
of A. J. Cartwrigbt, trustee of the estate of R. W.
Holt, deceased, plaintiff, for the sum of 8398 06,
I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at
the front entrance of Kalakaua Hale, in Hono
lulu, island of Oabn, at 12 o'clock m. on
Thursday, July 21, A.D. 1887
To the higebst bidder, all the ripbt. title and in-
tereat of the1 said B. KalUimoku, defendant, in
and to the following property, unless said judg
ment, interest, costs, and my expenses be pre
List of property for sale;
Land at fieanae, Hau, Vaui, It. P. 3,207 L. C.
A. 4,337, to Ghiki; are.-. 1 50-100 acres.
Latd at Pa'acu, IIook.3, Maui, R. P. 3,215, to
Kalilimoku; area, 13 7-100 acres.
Land at Honokohan, Kapauku, Maui, B. P.
4,615, L. C. A. 5,S27,to Kapoi; area, 60-100 acre.
Right, title and IzsWctaX of B. Kalilimotu in
a certain piece of land at WiUanee and Pahou,
Ke&aae, IKna, Maul, Uescribed in lease recorded
Lib. 45, fol. 4?1; area, 107 acres.
B. Kalillmrkn with Kulili (w) of Kulihi, Oahn,
made a mortgage to Honuakaha of Honolulu,
dated Nav. 13, 1883, recorded Lib. 86, folio 148-9;
B. Kalillmoku mortgaging the above described
lands, and Kallli (w) the following lands to wit;
1. Apanal, B. P. 1,495, L. C. A., to Hoe
nul, Kalihi, Oahu; area 4.10'chains.
- 2. Apana 3, R. P. 1,495, L. C. A. 1,238 to Hoe-
nul. Kalihi, Oahu; arsa, 25 100 acre.
Terms cash. Ieri3 it ei enB of jurchssri
JOHN LOTA KATLUKOC,
Uottolulw, Jute 1S3.
will take place
All our remnants will be placed on the-
Counter, and marked way down.
In Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats, we are prepared to offer BIG
Remnants in all departments.
Come and 6ee what we offer you next
CHAS. J. FISHEL, .
Leading Millinery House.
T. J. BASS m. n. BBOWX
T. J. BASS & CO.
Importers of and Dealers In
Artists' - Materials,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Turpentine.
Manufacturers of Mouldings, Picture
Frames, etc., etc., etc.
14 and 10 Ellis Street near Slarket,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
carolzln & .CO.
iron. Steel, 11 r, Mi!Unl WliMcs .v:r
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