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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AI) EKTISEK: IIONOLUU-, JULY I'O. 00.
oooooooooooooooooo O r o Tons and Tons of ? o o o o New Goods : O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o e u e o o o o And liu place to put them. o o A Special Sale of CHINA o o AND ART : POTTERY j For a Friers time, o make 9 room for this season's im- 0 mense ?hipmen!h arriving hy O every Pterimer. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o e 0 A Discount of 25 Per Cent o o off Regular 2 Prices o For Cash o o o o o o o o o o On all Potteries and China COMMENCING THIS DAY! Goods will go fast. 2 Better Some Early. Q 9 o o o oooooooooooooocoo ots oooo Next to Insane Asylum Pasture. TKX tils For Sale. Those desiring further information regarding these desirable lots inquire of J. F. MORGAN, Queen street, or MRS. THERESA WILCOX, Bethel Etreet, opposite Bishop Savings Bank. 10 loses ana Lois For Sole On Lanawai and Cooke streets Terms reasonable. MRS. THERESA WILCOX, Bethel Street. A SNAP! $1,000 CASH Balance in I and 2 Years. EITHER OF THOSE TWO ELE GANT COTTAGES on Waikiki Road, for sale, containing five and six rooms respectively, in first class condition. Keys at office. See them immediately. WILL, E. FISHER, Real Estate Agent, Fort and Merchant Streets. 5270 CONEY : ESTATE LANDS. A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD ING LOTS on Nuuanu avenue, at Nio lopa, Nuuanu valley for sale. Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT, Cartwright Block, Merchant St. 5267 SEATTLE BEER AT THE 1ITEI m PMaiinnis 22 Rne Desiro lie lose CRITERION SALOON BY AUTHORITY, SEALED TENDERS. ; Will be received at the office or the Minister of the Interior till 12 oYloek, noon, of Saturday, July 22, for rartape : of sewer pipe. j Specifications at office of Sui-erin-tondent of Public Works. i The Minister does not bind hi! u so If to accept the lowest or any bid. JAS. A. KINi'L Minister of the Intericr. July IS, 1SD9. i2S7 IRRIGATION NOTICE. Holders of water privileges, or thost paying water rates, are hereby notified that the hours for irrigation purposes are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and Iron 4 to 6 o'clock p. m. ANDREW BROWN, Supt. Honolulu Water Works. Appropev by: J. A. KINK, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, June 14, 1899. 5255 You note our lis! of POPULAR and NEW BOOKS And we will note tfee ones that you buy III oo THE CRUISE OF THE CACHALOT, by F. T. Bullen. DAVID HARUM, by Wescott. WITH KITCHENER TO KHAR TOUM, by Steevens. ADVENTURES OF CAFT. KETTLE, by C. Hyne. THE RIVER SYNDICATE, by C. E. Carryl. THE ASSOCIATE HERMIT by F. Stockton. BARRACK-ROOM BALLADi!, bv Kipling. ' THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN, by Hornung. ON THE EDGE OF THE EMPIRE, by E. Jepson. ANGLO-SAXON SUPERIORITY, by E. Demolins. -OO LIMITED. MEKCIIANT STREET. FOR SftLE. Two Lots at Kalihi, on main road, 60x102 each. A bargain. Two Lots at Kalihi, 75x150 !uch. A bargain. Easy terms. Lot on Young street, this sido of Thomas Square, 52x155. FiDe location to build. Residence at Waikiki on tbo bench. Good location and bathing. TO LET. Unfurnished cottage on Liliha street. Unfurnished hou?e of four bed looms on beach at Waikiki. Uufurnished cottage at Pawaa, King street. Apply ro WILLIAM SAVIDGE, 31Q Fort Street. FOR SALE. THE COMFORTABLE TWO STORY COTTAGE off Beretania St, between Miller and Punchbowl Street, and now occupied by James Nott, Jr., partly mosquito proof. A bargain for the right party. 0K Apply at P. E. R. STRAUCH. Real Estate Broker LINCOLN BLOCK, 639 King Street. Telephone 64L 4 4 : Rubber Stamps! frsinrt;r,ci 4 1 Ell 4 MADE IN EVERY STYLE " X From the Finest Quality X OF . RED RUBBER ONLY 4- 4 and conii-eted in the shortest . possible time ry Tup : Hawaiian mm a lm. I VON HOLT BLOCK. Kins Street. -V 4444444444 ICEUALO PEOPLE Will Be Interested in This Decision. Important Pulinjs of Juite Perry on Pro tcrty aoi Water Pithts 03 Marshy LaoJs. In the pu:y suit of Victoria Ward vs. Chas. S. Deeky and K. IVck & Co.. Limited, a corporation, a bill for in junction, Judge Perry has rendered hi. derision. Compluiimnt and e.u-h of the ro: pondents severally own in fet cer tain tract of larl which adjoin each other and all of which are situate, in Kevalo, Oahu. Complainant also owns in fee .tnoiher tract of land situate at Kukulurjoo. On the boundary 1-tv.-een the promises of the respondeat corporation and the adjoining premise of complainant rtands a bank of earth. originally built more than twenty years prior to tho commencement of thee prtevdincs. Ttxe land on which this bank was built, and that imme diately adjoining 1t on cither side, was low and marshy; -the bank was made for the punose of preventing on over flow of writer in rainy weather from the Jand which lir-s since been acquir ed r.y the rcsporulonis to the lands of Lho complainant and also of sup porting the lyunLiry fence erected thereon. Shortly after Peck & Co. ac quired t2e property they caused an ar tesian well to be lcred thereon. When water was struck, those in immediate charge of the work made a cut aero. the bank leferrctl to so as to p?rmlt the water from tJhc artwian well to flow over on to tho complainant's land and ct the eamo time relieve :elr own land frocn tho burden. Complain ant objected to tJ.e making of the cut. and tad Jt filled. 1n cnorc than once, but caoh time it was again openeii by tie well-lvrert?. Complainant t!ie:i brought ruit, praying that the re-opon-ing or jnnJntenurce of the cut be re strained by injunction and also for re lief on other matters. Upon the coat plot ion of tLe well, ii was capped, and finee that time no attempt has been made by the respondents or either of them to re-open said cut or make any new cut iucross t:he bitnk. Judge Perry says that respordctrt l)?sky3 efforts, on tJic contrary, fcave i.een in til diiwtlon of maintaining the oank in taet to as to prevent any overflow from complainant's land "westward over said bank in times of freshets. He Is con viiMul that neither of the respondents has any desire or intention to make or maintain any cut over the lnk. No ground existing for enjoining now the malAig cr maintenance of such a cut, the prayer for injunction Is de nied, with leave, however, to the com plaintj;t io novo for the same here after upon showing good cause there for. Yith regard to the right of respond ents to excavate up to the very line of the boundary bank Judge Perry says that beyond any doubt the law Is that complainants soil is entitled to the lateral suprort afforded it by respond ents adji'tent land in its natural state and that equity will enjoin any de struction of such lateral support. This ii: a right which exists by natural law, jndvper.dently of grant or prescription. A Tt : cd agairst the respondent cor-r-rr.tirn for relief from the destruc tion of lateral support will therefore t-e rigred cn presentation. Coming to the third question involved,-the full and free enjoyment of i.n casement in a certain ditch that has existed on her property for some forty years, the Court is of the opinion that the same hns been curtailed and inter fered v.ith by the construction of a new ditch by respondents by which iozii: polluted waters flow into the ii.i An ditch. For this grievance only rne practical remedy presents itself and that Is to order the new ditch closed to such an extent as may be utKc. rary to prevent the passage of its raters irto the main ditch, or old flsh- way. Concluding, Judge Perry says con siderable evidence has been adduced on the subject of the levels of the land in that district and the course or direc tion of the drainage over the surface of the land in timen of freshets or heavy rains. This question. It seems to the Court, does not arise properly in this case, nor docs the question of whether or not Feck & Co. are on titled to have the waters of the springr, if such there are on their lent!, flow on to complainant's land ever the surface in case i:ch an over flow results frcm the closing of the new ditch. A decree will besigneJ in avnrdain- with the foregoing views. For T.thiti. Certain B. F. Chapman and his r.t"e, Miss Poston, w&o hav b-:i ir. IfonoIuJu for some time, left on t'K Maiiiivu last iIht for their ho:r. in Tahiti via Auckland. .?Sr.Mi:s ALL IlLAMK. NEW YORK. Ju!y 1 The r-..n .' Captain Wat kins v.f the Mrar....n ef the Am-rirja :ir:;hi; Pari. mad. public today by :h.. a! Il.rd of S.-Mml.i i: I as; . rs. f.i;.:a.n Wat kins nnkf s r. a::. : : . xa.1 r. s; a.-il.illty f.ir th- a.. Ma:, bit on th v.ia:r.iry six. :ra:.k:y ;h: :h stranding i:f ;! u-.u th ttm'.i an uaa. c 'iataiI rr ir t.i h pirt. The :.. :! :.:. !: sjs. w.t. ai t da to an waa: of ili.-ira: or aa:- :y a1.. v.j hi.4 v..vs !. r il: d frwai a mls.ak he mab' in a'. ti'. itia the ;o;t;n ; the hip. The iin a! insp.H tors !.a.e a. !..! ' Captain Watkins :!ci-ase a nn:rr ' 4 ocean s'.ejm-rs f.;r twa years. Captain Watkins U still In charge of the Parts and is acting In the interests of th underwriters tt whsm the jhi; was I turneil over by the American Line Cl- rials. ' Oalumet nr. I r? n I (g) teller KXKCTTltlX NOTICi: ITOUS. to cki:i- thi: i:Nni:ui5ir.Ni:i. i:xi:cr- trix of the will of Hiiro Stangenwald. M. P., late of Honolulu, deceased, tes tate, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims ngalnst the estate o! said Hugo Slancenwald to present the same to her at the office of Henry Wa same io iit ni ine oiuce oi nenry a - tK....,. i- r . t.. , tt t.. ternous' A: Co.. Queen street. Hnnolu - i.t.i ,i , . , lu. within six months from the date of ....i uti..n .1 , . .t .. the publication of this nitlce, or they ...nil.... ...-i i t 2-r wri'vu i t A. M. hTAMihM A I.P. .. . . .... ft Honolulu. July 1 1. r2? n01-lw ASSESSMENT NOTICE. sHAKKiioi.onns of Tin: ami:::- I CAN SURA II COMPANY are hc:cV notified that an assessment of 10 prrH cent on the assessable stock will l - due and payable to the treasurer, at P.rewer Co.'s office. Queen street, Honolulu, on the 2nh Inst. (Signed) Gi:0. II. KOIIKKTSON. Treasurer A. S. Co. Hated. July 12th. !Srj3. . -2M NOTICE. Tin-: annfai, mi:i:tinc; of vm O. IUWIN & CO.. Limited, will lc held at its office on Friday. July 21st.. at 11 n. m. 11. M. WHITNKY. JR.. Acting Secretary. Honolulu. July 17. IMO. .2S7 "HELLO Arr ihfi won,s of IV IV aiimirmou cuien mctl by the proud Maurcr Mandolin. You will do well to secure ore and if you do not play learn, as the instrument is esy to learn, and pnetict, with a MAURKR i a genuine ) Icai-ure. Our specia ty: Martin Guitars aid Uicrer Ilicolics. BERGSTROU MUSIC CO. LIMITED PROGRESS BLOCK. Telephone 321. Corner Fcrt and BcretaDla Sis. nRTESIHM'WELL L E. PINKHAM CONTRACTOR. OfHcc With the Pacific Hardware CoM Honolulu If. I. Ktimak' iriven and contract made for vell on any of the Islands. QIV WFW Dl AMTQ heavy work operated hv OIA ILYV rLl I O tho lno,t skillful hi-h,t da drill I ers. Per Hustrelias SALMON .STEAKS (:!.v. tin;. I I MRURCKIl CHKKS2: SWISS CHKKSK. COTTOLENK. SOUSED MACKEREL. TA15LK FRUITS. JAMS AND JELLIES. COCKTAIL CATSUP. CAL. I1LOCK RUTTER. ETC.. ETO. 4 GROCERY and PROYISIOH DEALER, 0R?T0CK. " ' nfrrftXj y J A HOME BEER. FOlt SAt.r: UY ALL IHIALKKS. coMMissioNnus sai.i: or ui:al Ii I A I Ii. ?l 1 I A I I. II AT IvAl A S LAMA- IIOXOLPLr. OA I It. In compliance with an order of the ' Hon. A. Perry, Flrt Judge of the CIr-. cult Court of the First Judicial Cir cuit, dated Julr 3rd. lsv and filrst in 'the clerk's ofHcc of the Judiciary IK? partmcnt. Io a cause entitled "Antonc Morris ct al. vs. Jck Morris ct aL. a .11111 fur Partition of the Morris lltate. . the undenlcnei. as commissioner, duly appointed, mill ipo4 for s-al t at pub He auction on Saturday. July r?th. y.O. at 12 o'clock noon at the salcj room of Jas, F. Morgan. Qaern ttrel. a portion of the Morns !t.Hc. situate on the mauka side of Klnc street, Ka nalama. Honolulu, Oahu. lylnc on the Honolulti side of the Hawaiian Tram aray SiabW. and havlnc a frontaire on Kins street of 1S3 feet, the ume belnn more particularly descrileI as follow Commenclr.K at the south rorr.fr of ,,i - i. . . . i'hli piece of lard at n point on miuki I r ,,t .,',,.,.. Mtno or King street adjoining W. C . ki- .,rr t ! Xrnl 9 snare oi the MorrU I.tate. and j . mnnlng: ' true 11 iet alone . w c Ach, o hc WrJl rotr.rr of C. wan1 No. 1231. Ap. 2. to Palati; ! 2. N. ZZ AZ' II tme J-i feet along U jC. Award 1231: tlsliop irt.ite to plrt fin stone wnll at the south corner cf I. C Award 1231 to Pnlaut Aiwna 1. Tlieneo I. N. 23 1ft' W. true 71 fct alone C Award 1231. Ap. I., a Ions stone j vail to stone wall on southern side rtream: j 3 W W. true 2T.0 P.ishop t.ite alone stone feet alone wall on ro'ttbeast side of stream to Ilr.e of Klne street: Thnr fi. S. 2S 20 II true 7S feet alone Kln street; Thenr 7. S. 2t 22 II tme So ft alone Klr?c street to Initial point. Are 1 O-irmO ncren. And lelr.rr a portion of the Ahiptia of Kapalama. I. C. Award 7713 to V. Kama main. Terms of sale cash In 1. S. cob! coin IW-ds nt the expense of purrhaser Sile subject to conHrmitlon by the Court. For further pirt let:! r apply to M. I. MONSARRAT. Comm!jIoaer. Honolulu. July 5th. lv. S277 OUA NOTICE. notici: is iiHitnitY c;ivi:n that the following assessment have been levied on the assessable stork of the OI.AA SUGAR COMPANY. LIMITKI). which are payable at the o22rc of Al exander & Ilaldwln: 2a per cent lo cents per share) payable on the first day of October. 1100; and 2Ht per cent (Zo cents per share) on the first day of each month thereaft er, to and Including the first day of July. 1?00. Ily order of the Director, J. II. CASTLC. Treasurer Olaa Sucar Company, Ltd. Honolulu. July 11th. 13. C2-20SCt NOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I have disposed of all my Interest In the bralnrft and property situated at Na Mku and known nj the Nahlku Store, to the Nahlku Supar Co. S. PL'KL'llA. Honolulu. II. I.. July 17. 1S3. i i . ret a s. w j QUALITY-- iSVPEPJOH.- rt TO. ALL- 'Trr REAL ESTATE FOR SALE i A leu decani iots ai r . M;ini on the ro.id, with unsufpaseil view and cn nate. Op line pro posed Rapid Transit Easy terms. 2 Several town lots on Bcr etania Street. Ewa sta of Geo. Koss. t One house and lot on Beretmia Street. 4 Lo'S in different parts o. Kewalo Tract. Kapiolini Puk Addition Lots, on installments 8 One homes. Newhous5 and hich ground at Kewalo. $noo ecch. Cheap. io Lands in Nuuanu vallc n bine leasehold at Kaki ako with tood returns i Only 6 more lots of a; sizes in different parts of the most desirable lo cations of Kalihi, with Tine views, macadam ired streets, and water supply from city. These lot we se!l at lowest figures in monthly in Mnllments without In terest so as to put them within reach of any body who wants 1 home. 17 House and lot, well Im proved, on wide, macad amized street in Kalihi, just past Kamehameha Schools. Price S2.250. 21 POH SALE A house lot 100x200 in block 17 on Lehua Avenue, Pearl Citv. 22- -A few of. the very choi cest lots, of various sizes, in all Kalihi. Ewa side of H. C Myers, Esil. commanding an unsurpassed view, on fine street with water from city. A visit to the grounds will con vince. Terms to suit yourself. STOCK AND For Sale! Buy and sell outright City and Suburban Real Estate. BOHDS Apply to J.H.Scfmack DEALER IN Real Estate and Stock Brokers. 223 Merchant St. P. O. Box No. ICC