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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AJJVEHT18BK, MAY 17, 1881).
Xciu CUivcrtisciucnia. General ZUircriisrmrnta. HAWAIIAN FOREIGN OFFICE LIST. WHAT A DEED CONVEYS. agreement MrmorHiuht of Iiitrrent to ltuyTf and S llT of I.un!. Exilian :'. Judge IJcnm tt. of Massac huseUs, be fore the btato board of agriculture, saitl, in sulihtanco, that a deed conveys the fence Mandin n tin: farm, tin: fencing itull, po.st.s, rail, etc., which hud once been UM.-d in the fence, but had been take n down and piled up for future use aain in the haiiie place, I Jut new fence material, just bought and never attached to the soil, will not pass. Standing trees puns ns part of tlie land; so do trees blown or cut ('own ami still left in the wood- where they fell, but not if cut and corded up lor sale ; the w ood has then Ix comc jM rsonal property. Manure in the barn yard, or In a roinj act li aj ready for im mediate use, the buyer ordinarily takes as belonging to the farm; though it might not Ik: so if the owner had previously sold it. to some other early and had collected il in u heap by itself. Growing crops pass by tlie deed of a farm, unless they are ex pressly reserved, mid when it is intended to reserve those it should bo so fctated in the deed its If; a lucre oral Would not 1)0 valid in law. Another mode is to stipulate that pos session is not to be given until some future day, in which case the crops or manure may be removed before that time. As to the buildings on the f;trm, though gener ally mentioned in the deed, it is net abso lutely necessary they should be, A deed of land ordinarily carries all the buildings on it belonging to the grantor, whether mentioned or not; and this rule includes the lurnlxr and timber of any one build ing which lias been taken or blown down and been packed away for future use on the farm. Hut if there lie any buildings on the farm built by some third person, with tho farmer's leave, the deed would not convey thee. since the buildings ati personal property and do not belong to the landowner to convey. The real owners thereof might move them oil" although tho purchaser of the farm sup posed he was buying and paying for uU the buildings on it. His only remedy iu such a case Would be against the party selling the premises. As ii part of the buildings conveyed, the window blinds are included, even if they lie at the time taken oil' and carried to the painter's shop to be painted. It would be othe rwise if they had been newly purchased and brought into the house but not yet attached or fitted toil. Lightning rods go with the house. A furnace in the cedar, brick or portable, is considered a part of the house, but un ordinary stove, with a loose pipe running into the chim I'cy, is not, w hile a range set in brick work is. Mantel pieces to attached to the chimney as not to be re moved without marring the plaster ing go with the house, but if merely resting on brackets they may be taken uway. Pumps, sinks, etc., fastened to the building aro a part of it in law, and to are the wafer-pipes connected there with bring'ng water from it distant spring. If the farmer had iron kettle set in brickwork near his burn for cook ing food for his stock, or similar uses, the deed of his farm covers them, as likewise the bell attached to his barn to call hi inen to dinner. If he indulges iu ;im ornamental studies, vases, etc.. resting on the ground by their own weight, and sells his estatw wit honi reservation, these things go with tho land. V!"r IVoplo on Jli ,i:ievHtel." INmv York Sun. UI am sorry, madam, but you will have to go to tho company's otliee at 71 1 J road wp.y to get your ijuarter back. " The above remark was made at tho One Hundred and Sixth street elevated rail road station to a lady w ho had deposited a quarter in the glass receptacle, while at the same tim.j she held her ticket lightly clasped in the other hand. V have no key here to unlock tin box, continued the employee. " Do such mistakes occur often?" asked h reporter. "Oil, yes, every day. Passengers in a hurry to catch a train will rush from the window with their ticket in one hand and change in the other, and iu their haste will drop almost anything. A woman tin other day tried to deposit her baby instead of a ticket. " "Did she succeed V" "No. 1 called her attention to the mat ter. and the baby was saved, but she lost her train. A shop girl would have given her lunch basket to the company in lieu of a ticket had I not interfered, and yes terdHy a young man deposited a cigar, ami then placed his ticket in his mouth and attempted to smoke it. Some people lose their heads the minute they begin to travel. " Life In XVI ii n I jj. N'fw York Sun. "Tho Northwestern Canadian a not a visiting man. He spends ull life time iu winter U'tweeu his house and his out ollices, if he has any. He looks forward to splendid fields of wheat and oats to compensate him for the hardship he en dures. Lut he must be careful. These largo yields per acre will become less every year uuless the farmers manure their lauds. In Minnesota and Iowa thirty live bushels of wheat to the acre were not uncommon w hen the lands in those states were first broken, and now 1 suppose that they do not average more thau sixteen. "The American farmers neglected to farm scientifically, and worked the land for all it was worth. It is just the same with us. The summers are short, and hot. It is hotter in Winnipeg than it is in New York. Hut hero, too, we are ahead of you people in some things. As wt dres for the winter in furs, we dress for the summer in a becoming way. 1'own here a man is supposed to shiver in a tall, bhuk hat and kid gloes in winter, with a pair of carlaps making him hideous, while in summer he is exacted to change the color of the bat only, while he roasts under an overcoat which he calls a duster. It is very iiiiTerent with us. In summer we wear thick helmets with good ventila tion, and we keep the sun oil" our heads while we have plenty of air. We all wear light clotlu s. suited" to the season, and tia.uiel shirts with llannel collars attached are general even among the wealthy When these are white they are becoming, and nothing else is so cool. Then we w ear white canvas shoes, and if we dress for comfort we also dress with taste. Kilt we are worricl w ith lUcs. They come in inillhos. There aro black flies, mus quitoes, b i!! dogs, and saiul-llies, or "bite and can't .-o cm, " as the lndiaus cull thou. Htteec So.-n.i l n UiiVMiik lO.Ri Letter. 1 m A man passes with a bunch of ttfn tickets au. scissors, callin-r out tlie mini l.i a sing song tone; then a horse or toukey is led by with a load of fruit 01 merchandise in panniers on either side ot his back; or a cow isbeiiu milked in front of a customer's house; a man pusses with a bunch of live chickens under his arm or a negros with a huge cigar iu he mouth: and ti.en what" from a distance looks like a row of elephants decked in green, but which on closer inspection proves to be a line of seven or ei-ht horses, tied head to tail, so loaded with fresh fodder to a height of eigh: or ten leet that one can just distinguish the little animal' nose and tail under the undu lating mxs-i of stalks. Uurdette" How tenderly yon feel toward iU dead you have mker know, a j ou niMjul jugig them, "THE ARCADE, 7o ami 77 FOKT ST K MKT. EG A X & CO., To and 77 FORT STREET. -o- Clothing:-: 5i24,000:-:ClotliiLg $24,000 WOHTII OF CLOTilLXU FOE GENT'S, ' YOUTHS' and BOY'S IXJST bo Sold AVirhiii tho oSTJiXT SO Days ! -:- 30 Days! REGARDLESS OF COST! Fine Dress and Fancy Goods! Laces, Embroidery, Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear, Hosiery, Roots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. -o- On account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin, the Entire new and Magnificent STOCK WILL BE SOLI) FOB CASH ! -A-t and. Below Cost! -o- 5G RJtil-oiii Kb'AN it CO., 7o and 77 Fort St. II. Mo In tyre fc JSro., IMI'OKTKKM and IKA f.KKH IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. EAST CONNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. Nw Uont rwelved by every packet from the Eastern stales ami Kurope e resli California Prcilnce by every Hteumer. All onlera faithfully attended to, and Hoods delivered to Rtiy part of the -lty free of rhure. Inland orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Postoffice iiox So. 413 rel'V)one No. ff ''hill'" Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolulu. 3STo. IT Emma Street. o The underpinned hes to Inform thrt public of these Islands that he is making Shirts j itie.iAiiretneiit. Directions for self-measurement will be giveu on application. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A fit KUitrant eetl by making a sample Shirt to every order. O Island orders solicited. -5T Hell Telepln.ne 4 1 O. .A. M. MELLIS- 104 it IT A W A TT A i j a M I U I 1 111 1i I I II 4 rir - ; m m l-i I rrmtin Establislinieiit 4(i .Mercliaut St., Honolulu. Plain and Fancy Printing OF EVERY KIND PROMPTLY AND NEATLY ILXIX'UTED. -::- tJ Aildross all Imsitie.-s Jotters : TIIK HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., II. M. W1IITXEY, Business Manager, iC Merchant St., Honolulu, II. I. j M. 1., Minister Iie-idmt; C. d'A., Charpe d'Affairs; D. A., Diplomatic Aceut; Com., C, Cousal; A. C, Acting Consul; V. C.f Vice Cousal. Foreign Legations and Consulates in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Cocn-tbv. j Name. Kank. Da1E F ElKQUA" ! tub ob Commission. 1 . United States, jllia Excellency Goo. W. Merrill, M. It. Jane 12, ISSo. Okeat Ukitaiv, iMajor Janaes H. Wodeboase, ;Cora., C. G. Joce 21, 1866. Ioetloal, jSenbor A. do Souza Cana?arro, Com., C. IC, Sept. 5, 1882. r 'Jan. 12, 1883. JAPAN Mr. Taro Ando, D. A., C. G. Feb. 25, 1886. jToitchi Takasngi, Attaches. March 16, 1888. !s-Kan, April 4, 1888. i F. Tanno, Anfj. 24, 1888. ;S. Hayakawa, Ue.;. 28, 1888. kance, M. G. G. HoHaeront d'AiIade, Com. C. Jan. 16, 188H. 1M. Leon Itellagnet. Chau. March 10, 1888. List of ForeignConsuls Resident in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Country. Name. I Rank. Date of I LlEQUATUB. United States, Kahului, Mnm, iViahukona, II., Hilo, Hawaii, Italy, Peru, Netherlands, AU3TliO-UUNQABY, China, J. II. Patnam, F. P. IlaHtinca, A. W. liichardaon, A. F. Hopke, C. L. Wight, C. Farneanz, F. A. Sohaefer, A. J. Cartwricht, J. H. Paty, H. F. Glade, C. Alee, Goo Kim. Sweden fc Noewat.' H. W. Schmidt, Mexico, IK. W. Laine, Denmark, Belgium, German Empire, Spain, Kussia, Great Britain, H. K. Macfarlane, !J. F. Hackfeld, j H. F. Glade, It. NV. Laine, J. F. Hackfeld, T. Ii. Walker, C. G. I jV. & Dep. C. G. iCon. Clerk, I Con. Agent, jCon. Agent, iCon. Agent, C. (Dean of the Con. Corps.) C. C. C. Com. Agent, Asst. C. A. C. C. C. C. C. V. c. Actg. r. c. V. c. C. July 10, 188.1. Oct. 23, 1885. April 26. 186. Oct. 18, 1886. Ao. 20, 1880. Oct. 23, 1882. Sept. 22, 1888. May 30, 1S69. Ang. 20, 1878. Nov. 26, 1880. Nov. 28, 1882. April 17, 1884. April 17, 1884. May 28, 1885. (Original Feb. 24, 1881.) Ke-app. Dec. 2, 1885. Jan. 22, 1886. March 14, 1887. Ang. 4, 1887. Feb. 17, 1880. Sept. 24, 1886. SOct. 17, 1888. Diplomatic and Consular Representatives of Hawaii. Country. Name. United States. Washington, D. C. New York. San Francisco, Hoston, Portland, O., Port J owtibend, Philadelphia, Mexico, Mexico, Man.anillo, Central & Soojh America. Valparaiso, Lima, Calluo, Colon, Guatemala, Monte Video, Assumption, Great Britain & Ireland. London, Liverpool, Uristol, Hull, Newcastle on Tyne, Falmouth, Dover and the Cinque Ports, Cardiff & Swan sea, Edinburgh and Leitb, Glasgow, Dundee, Dublin, Queeustown, Cork, Belfast, Canada. Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, liockville, Ont., Hamilton, Ont., Kingstown, Ont., Itimouski, Q.f St. John's, N. B. Halifax, N. S., Yarmouth, N. S., Victoria, B. C, Vancouver, B. C., Australasia. Sdney, N.S. f Newcastle, " Melbourne, Vict. Brisbane, Q.t Hobart, Tat., Lannceston, Tas. Auckland, N. Z., Dunediu, N. Z., Hongkong, Shanohae, Gibraltar, France & Colo nies. Taris, Marseilles, Bordeaux, Hooen, Society Grout. Papeete, Tahiti, Germany & Colo nies. Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, Fran k for t-on-Maine, Dresden, Karlsruhe, Spain & Colonies Madrid, Barcelona, Cadiz, Valencia, Malaga, Cartagena, Canary Islands. Las Palmas, Hi3 Ex. Hon. II. A. P. Carter, E. H. Allrn, 1). A. McKiuley, Lawrence Bond, John McCraken, James G. Swan, Col. W. J. De Gress, Anastatio Obregon, Kobert James Barney, David Thomas, It. H. Beddy, Sylvanus Crosby, Henry E. Cooke, Henry Tolke, Conrad Hughes, A. Marengo, Abraham Hoffnung, Sidney B. Francis Hofifnung, Man ley Hopkins, Harold Janion, Mark Whitwell, W. Moran, E. Biesterfeldt, W. S. Broad, F. W. Prescott, Hyam Goldberg, E. G. Buchanan, James Dunn, J. G. Zoller, It. J. Murphy, G. B. Dawson, W. A. Ross, C Elliot Anderson, Dickson Anderson, Col. Geo. A. Shaw, J. I). Buell, A. Brown, G. Kichard8on, J. N. Ponliot, Q. C, A. O. Crookshank, E. F. Clements, It. P. ltithet, Ernest O. Smith, H. E. Stokes, Captain G. N. Oakley, A. B. Webster, Captain Hon. A. Cote, Geo. Collins, D. B. Cruickshauk, H. Driver, Hon. J. Bell Irving, J. J. Keswick, H.Schott, Bank. Alfred Houle, A. Couve, E. de Boissac, C. Schaessler, J. T. Cognet E. F. Weber, J. F. Muller, J. Kopp, A. P. Itnsa, U. Muller, E. Mingufz, G. Scham, V . Chast, F. T. De Navarra, J. Paris, jL. Falcon y QueeJo, J. ii. do Liaguna, Santa Cruz de la B. Mattheu y Battaller. Pal ma, j Portugal & Colo-, nies. I A. F. De Srrpa, IN. 1'. M. Ferro, J. Hutchison, jit. Seemau, ;C. Martins, Lisbon, Oporto, Madeira, St. Michaels, St. Vincent, Italy. Itome, Genoa, Naple , Palermo, Netherlands. Amsterdam, Dordrecht, Belgium. Antwerp, Ghent, Lioge, Bruges, Sweden fc Norway. Stockholm. Christiauia, Iyskil. Gothemburg, Austria. Vienna, Denmark. (Copenhagen, Jatan. Tokio, Iliogo it Osaka, S. Endicott. South African ItEPUBLIC. I Pretoria. ;i. H. Schmiill, . J. Clinton Hooker, jit. De Lachi, jL. Colombo, A. Tagliavia, J. D. van der Made, I'. It. z. n. Victor Forge, E. ('oppieters, J. BlHupain, jE. Vanden Brande, H. A. Barger, Ij. Samson, H. Bergstrom, G. Kraak, V. von Sch'lnbergfT, J. Holunblad, His Excellency 11. W. Irwin, En. Ex. and Miu. PJen. ( o c!g! for Pacific States & Terr. C. C. C. C. V. C. C. d'A. A C. G. C. d'A. A C. G. C. C. C. C. O. C. d'A. Seo. to Leg. (Aotg. C. d'A.) C. C. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. V. c. c. c. C. G. for the Dominion, C. V. C. V. c. v. c. v. c. V. c. o. V. c. 0. C. G. for Austra lasia, etc. V. C. C. O. j c. V. c. a a a g. a c. C. d'A. a c. a. c. a a c. c. a c. c. c. C G. C. C. C. C. C. v. c. V. c. Date of Commission. C. G. a c. a v. a c. G. c. V. C. a g. ;C. !c r C. G. iv. a ; a ic ! jC. G. I-Mirs. It.-. Feb. 9. 1883. July 21, 1875. June 2J, 1885. Aug. 28, 1883. April 7, 1865. July 10, 1884. Sept. 21, 1883. March 14, 1887. March 14, 1887. iept. 13, 1858. Vug. 22. 1871. July 24, 1871. Mov. 18, 1884. July 23, 1883. Aug. 13, 1886. Aug. 21, 1885. July 31, 1885. July 31, 1885. Feb. 15, 1887. (Orig.Fet.7, 1856.) Oct. 14, 1885. July 10, 1884. Sept. 28, 1878. Oct. 12, 1882. July 10, 1657. March 14, 1887. July 30, 1879. Oct. 18, 1873. Nov. 18, 1870. July 25, 1881. Oct. 12, 1882. Sept. 10, 1888. Feb. 26, 188G. May 14, 1885. Aug. 23, 1883. March 12, 1884. March 12, 1.S84. March 12, 1884. March 12, 1884. April 28, 1887. vl arch 12, 1884. March 12. 1884. Jan. 14, 1879. Jan. 11, 1885. Oct. 1, 1888. Feb. 7, 1873. July 10. 1884. July 12, 1878. June 3, 1887. July 9, 1878. Feb. 5, 1871. Sept. 21, 1886. Nov. 17, 1881. Oct. 5, 1882. May 21, 1888. March 1, 18 16. VI arch 1, 1866. July 27, 1874. Aug. 12, 188C. March 25, 1876. July 8, 1887. Jan. 7, 1883. March 14, l8l. April 28, 1871. Nov. 19. 1888. July 21, 1887. July 14. 1886. March 14, 1887. March 14, 1887. Spt. 29, 1885. March 14, 1887. March 14, lt7. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. GiiTIK AL AGENTS, EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS AND COLLECTOES, REAL ESTATE, FIKE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, CUSTOM HOUSE, LOAN AND EXCHANGE UKOKERS. Departments of Business : Books and Accounts accurately kept ami properly adjusted. Collkctio'ns will receive special attention and returns promptly made. . Conveyancing a Specialty. K.rords searched and correct Abstracts of Titles furmshW Legal Documents and Papeks of every description carclully drawn and handsomely engrossed. Copying and Translating in nil lanpruajres in general ue in this Kingdom. Real Estate bought and sold. Taxes paid ana Property safely insured. Houses, Cottages, Koouis, OihYes and Land leased and rented, and rents collected. Fike and Like Insurance cil'ected in first-class Insurance Companies. Custom House Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch. Loans Negotiated at Favorable Kates. Advertisements and Sup.scriitions olu ited for Publishers. .Skilled and Unskilled Lauok Furnished. Any Article I'ukchased or sold on commission. Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention. ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION AT MODERATE CHARGES. Having had an extensive business experience for over twenty-five years in New York City and elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to all business of an intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, and respectfully solicit a trial. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. 2P" Bell Telephone No. 274. 9 1250-tf I P Hi Co. 1'Mfl ! II t " im Pacific Hardware Co., L'd Honolulu, fpKSStol HOES ! New Styles ot I'lows, Invoices Just at llnncl. KULl. LINES OK Agiculliira! Inplcmenls. NEW GOODS ! iii.iLiiiiiliii iTnillnliiiiiri i i.riniiin Im"M iriMnnirKiT innni Ex .Ino. D. r.iewer, Umatilla, W. II. Dimond, Alex. McNeill and .!. N. Wilcox. F""rrcspon(lence will receive prompt and careful attention. 1201 7-y PUEE Am SPARKLING IS THE- (xinger Ale, Lemonade, Sarsaparilla, Cream Soda, Plain Soda, JHneral Waters, OF ALL KINDS, MANUFACTURED BY HOLLISTER fe Co. The Water used in preparing their Goods being purified by the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM," 44 SdfcT" In operation in the Hawaiian Islands in their Establishment only. 78-1 f J FRANK GERTZ, X"SjTi--- 'Ac.,- ft.;V. : T.'VTV YJ j jr. April 19, 1888. March 2$. 1883. Oct. 25, 1878. Nov. 17. 1881. JaneG, 1SSL March 9, 1SSG. Auer. 21, isr,7. Jnly 14, 1886. March 14, 1887. Nov. 15, 108G. July 31, 1885. A UK. 27. 1SM0. jSept, 10, 18X8. i April 6, 1885. i 'May 29. 1879. Mav 31, 1886. Jnly 16, 1879. March 14, 1887. Dec. 20, 1870. i May 4, 1880. March 30, 186. Nov. 20, 18.-2. iCG. The Daily P. C. Advertiser and Weekly Gazette Are the Leading Newspapers iu the Kiuydoua. a fc: . f L f on 'Qit ail m Mm& m lOSortrjStreet, U K &5 - j: i - ' j , o HAS JUST DECEIVED PEE ST3IE. UMATILLA, A f-arga Stock of s (flits' ami Cliildren's BOOT A W ) OF THE WHOES i Latest Style and Best Quality EVEK IMPOHTED INTO THE KINGDOM.