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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 12, 1895.
IT IS TO BE "abort horao soon
curried" with this sossion of
tho Logialaturo, rind it is probablo
that Borao important measures
will be overlooked. Tho ranttor
of inducing immigration from tho
United States i8 ono that should
have tho attention of tho membors
without much delay. Tho moro
pooplo thnt are hero pormanontly
the bettor will bo tho businoss of
ovory storo koepor on tho islands.
A good farmer is worth some
thing to the storo keeper who sells
honest goods at low prices, that's
us. We aro offering ribbons all
widths at pricos that actually
mako us ashamed to toll you what
they are. Tho coats of our rivals
turn green with onVy when thuy
hoar of them. Wo have them in
every concoivablo ahado.
Our stock of underwear has
never been equal lod, much loss
excollod in either quality or prico.
It is absolutely tho best at what
you pay for a second or third class
article It was only by chunco that
wo Bocurod tho stock of a well
known dotilor in Sau Francisco,
(overatookod was his exouso for
disposing of it), and as wo got
them far below the market value
we aro onabled to givo you tho
benefit of our good luck. They're
going rapidly, thoso suits, and you
must speak quick if you want
If you aro thinking obout get
ting a riding or bicyclo suit you
had better look into our ladies,
cloth and sorgos. Tho quality is
right and so is tho price. All
shados and desirable widths.
THE TElLEl FASHION,
5H Fort Struct.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW:
318 Fort St. - Telephono 91.
; California FffuitUukQt.
Corner King nnd Alakcn Streets.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Snn Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
V. V.tn. V.U'
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimotos givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a Bpooialty.
ff v; THEO. HOFFMANN,
" 32-td Manager.
To the Public and' Tourists.
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around tho Island, or to tho
Pali, can bo accomomdatod at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stublos cun bo
found at a moment's notico Buss
es, WagouottoH, Buggies, Saddlo
4 Horsos, etc , for hiro.
Bpooial attention paid to Tour
ists wishing to take in tho sights
at a small fure. This is tho cheap
est place in town.
Horsos broke, doublo or singlo;
ulso horsos bought, Hold or ex
changed. For further particulars
Bus and Livory Stables.
King St, bolweon Fort and Bothol.
Telophono -108. Juno 18, G-mo.
WHENCE COFFEE COMES.
ENTEIITAIMID nV A VETEIIAM
I'l.ANTKR AT KAIIjUA.
Healthy Crop Amldt tlio itocko
lleiicfltii of Nlmdo AVnr Jluuior
From HonoluluPersonal, etc.
Mr. G. W. McDongall's place
was visited by mo on Sunday,
whero I was very agreeably enter
tained by Mr. MoDougall and his
wife. Tho placo is situated about
four milos from Kailuu, and has
boon tho homo of Mr. McDougall
for 17 yoars Ho had about 125
acres on coflVo, 75 acros of whioh
isoldcoiFoo, and CO acros now.
After it good dinuor G. W. Mc
Dougall, Jr., pilotod mo over tho
plantation. The land about hero
is covorod with stono, and whore
tho now coifeo is plantod it Would
bo a difficult mutter to fiud n
squaro foot of soil, but tho coffee
sooms to grow as well between tho
rocks as uny where. Some of this
oofteo is now boiiring, and by noxt
year tho most of it will hour. Mr.
McDougall has had about twenty
years' oxperiencoin coffoo growing,
and is a firm boliover in the bene
fit of shade for tho coffee. This
land was formerly a deuso forest
of kukui trees and undorgrowth:
In clearing it, tho trees woro
thinned out and thoso loft stand
ing wore trimmed of tho lower
brunches, tnus giving tho coflVo
plants plenty of light and air, as
well as shade. At tho samo timo
tho trees aro not wholly doprived
of tho Bunshino. It is ulso a fact
thut whero tho kukui trees aro left
standing there is very little blight.
Soverul cofioo growers who huvo
out down their kukui trees aro
now considering the matter of re
planting them for tho above rea
sons. Mr. McDougalPs oxporionco in
growing coffee has shown him thnt
it bears best at an oloyation of
1000 to 1200 foot, and that the
blight is worso abovo 1200 feet.
Ho is unwilling to placo an ostim
ato on this year's crop, but in
timates that it will bo anywhoro
from 10,000 to 15,000 lbs.
Mr. McDougall also oonduots
a cattlo ranch and dairy, and a
storo at Kailua.
Dr. MoWuyno is located on tho
mountain side about two and a
half mile from Kailua. His re
sidence which is a very commo
dious building, is 1700 foot abovo
sea level. Tho buildings on tho
pluco aro all painted red, and are
visible from the deck of the
stoumer long before reaching
Tho doctor has begun his plant
ing in a vory sensible and sys
tematic manner. Ho has 177
acros of land, of which 20 acres
aro planted. Thoro aro on these
20 acres some 20,000 trees whioh
well bear in two and a half to
throe yoars. Ho is now clearing
50 acres of land higher up, whioh
will be planted as soon as in con
Steamer day in Kona is only
time to seo people. Tho arrival
and departure of tho Hull at Kai
lua. brings tho pooplo for miles
around to town. It is to Kailua
what tho Australia's arrival and
doparture is to Honolulu.
Tho Hall arrivod hero Wednes
day last at 9 o'clock. Purser
Matthows reported the Koauhou
to arrivo beforo evening. As
anchor was taken up on tho Hall
tho lveauuou was observed com
ing up to tho anchorage She
dropped anchor at 11:50 a. in.,
"1G hours from Honolulu. Tho
telephone material for this plaoo
was immediately lunded, and tho
steamor loft for other landings
along the coast to land the re
mainder. Work will soon commence on
the Kau and Konu tolephono line.
Mr. Aungst, the promoter and
superintendent, is expeoted to
arrive in Kona this wook.
Sheriff Nuhalo gave a luan at
his residence in Kahaluu, July 3,
in honor of tho first anniversary
of the Republic.
A petition is being circalatod
among tho natives for the removal
of Dr. Lindsoy ob Government
physician for tho Districts of
North and South Kona. It is
alleged in tho petition that ho
does not attend proporly to his
duties and that he ohargos native
Hawaiian too much for his ser
vices. Abouta hundrod signatures
havo boon attaohod to tho peti
tion. The Now Process storo has boon
introduced in Kona.
An amusing spectacle was wit
nessed July 3 on tho' road from
Holualoa to Kailua. Tho nativo
proaohor at Kahaluu waa having
an nxoiting horse race with a
Chinoso lad. Tho preaohor came
Humors woro afloat horo, aftor
tho arrival of tho Hall
from Honolulu, of another
revolution to tako place in
Honolulu on Monday, July 8.
Tho revolutionist, woro to bo as
sisted this timo by filibusters
from tho coast, who were said to
bo at sea near Honolulu in a
schooner and would land as soon
as thoy received tho signal.
Lottors havo boon reooivod by
natives horo from friends in Hono
lulu, saying thoro would bo a
fight this month sure.
La grippe has boon prevalent in
Kona for bouio timo.
Miss Lylo is now staying at Dr.
Mo Wayne's placo.
Two Japanese deaortors from
Hana pluntatiou, Maui, wore ap
prehondod hero and takon back
to Maui by tho Hall.
Tho Hull urrived at 7 o'clock
this evening. Kailuu, July 8.
A good ntteudanco is oxponted
at tho Tnistle Club this ovoning.
SEARCHER OF RECOHDS, COLLECT
or, Translator in English and Ilnwniian,
Renl Estnto Agent, Copyist, Typewriter,
Stamp Denier, Purchasing, Commission and
Advertising Agent, etc., etc.
" Office: No. 327, King Street, tho
former privato office of E. U.'Thomns. Tho
Offlco of tho Native Taper KA MAKAAI
NANA irt in tho Offlco in tho rear under tho
J. J. Sullivan,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sullivan k Booklet, Mnu'g'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Oompotent and Care
35rTmuists and others desirous of viow
ing tho most desirable points of inter
est iu and about the City will do
well to secure ono of our
GENTLE SADDLE HORSES,
For Ludiea or Gentlemen, ulwnys on
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streots.
Haw'n Hotel Stables, 32.
Fanthoon Stables, 84,
Mf Fashion Stables, 148.
VI aV.js Vf
i cti f
I en ii if
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a (Specialty, Over Cali
fornia Feed Company's storo.
Tho Eaglo Houso on Nuuanu
avo., partly furnished, ulso tho
Kapona Cottago adjoining tho
Euglo Houso with grounds sur
rounding. Apply to
T. IS. KROUSE,
Arlington Hotel, King St. l3-tf.
HE. SINGER, for six yenr foreman with
Swain on Suitor street, mukes the
most delicious Pies of any baker in Hono
lulu. MincoPics n specialty. Cakes nnd
Ice Croani furnished for balls or families.
SINGER'S BAKERY, King Street
gjT Telephone 872. -JO-tf
(Successor to Chas. Hammer.)
Kino and Foht Stueetb,
Is prepared to manufacture nil kinds
nnd grades of Hand-mado Harness at
LOWEST OK rillCES FOIt CASH.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
beforo leaving tho shop. Mm
METROPOLITAN BIT CO.
SI ICisa-cr Stroot.
G. J. Waller, - - - Manager.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
That is useful as well as orpamental is to
bo found at tho Now Ropublio Building on
King St. Tho stook is small, but very solcct
and has jiiBt been brought ovor by
Love's Bakery will doliver bread to cus
tomers nt Woikiki and tho Turk, commenc
ing July 10th.
Ordor by Telephono No. 2S2.
Catties and Horses!
I manufacture n Compound of Home
Products of tho
Seeds of "Cassie"and
It is not ouly in itself a valuable uitro-
genous food, but it him tho property of
uiding in tho digostion of othar proteids,
generally for animals whoso digestivo
Hwers are feoblo as it promotes nppotito
aud regulates digestion.
K7" The proof of tho pudding is in tho
eating. Try it.
King and Punchbowl Streets.
A Now Abstract Office
As n result of Ifi yours oxporitnoo
in the Abstract Business, I ami
proparod to rnuko Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, accur
ate, and complete rnnnner nnd orm
F. W Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Offico, .m
Fort Street. myl&
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Por Day ... 2.00
Por Week 12.00
Cpoclal Tcntlily ZSatea I
The Best of Attendance, tho Pest Situa
tion ana tuo I'inest Meals in this City
Principal Parts of tlio World),
Transact a General Banking;,
A F. Meduiiios.
JVledeiros $ Co
Hotel Street, Arlington:
Block. The cry of linnl times hns rencliol ns all
and rraliziug thnt man must be clothed, we-'
havo decided to
Reduce Qui1 priced For1 The.
nnd vre offer units unit trousers nt prices tliatr
will bo within the reach of eveybody. We
enrry n nclect utock of goods, and i;uaranteu
a perfect fit and tirt cluss work. Tbotso who
really desire to be dressed neatly and natti,
aud cannot afford to spend much money on,
their clothes will do well In calllci; nt out
store before going elsewhere.
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Towns
Tea and Coffee
at alij noons.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco:
ALWAYS on hand.
At WAIKIK1 on enr lino and on PA-
LAMA ltOAD nenr Fertilizing
These Lota are Very Choap and Sold:
on Easy Terms.
Desirablo Acre Tracts near the city nn"
other Properties for sale.
BKUOE, WARING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nnd Lands,
503 Fort Street, near Kint,'.
P. O. Box 821.
128 & 180 FORT STREET.
Blacksmitliing in All Its Branches-
Orders from tho other Islands in Buildf-
injr, Trimminc, Painting, etc., etc,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WIUUIIT, ' Proprietors
(Successor to O. West.)
iHAdi- ' &J V f stfK itfM & -A i.-,