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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 17, 1895.
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In accordance with Section 1, Chapter
XXVI of tho laws of 1880.
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates for the term end
ing Juno SO, 18(H), will bo due nnd payable
at the ofllco of tho Honolulu Water Works,
on the 1st day of Jnmi&ry, 189(3. All rates
remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they
are duo will bo subject to an additional 10
Rates are payablo at tho ofllco of tho
Water Works in tho Kapuaiwa Building.
I70-I4t Snpt. Honolulu Water Works.
IN TUB CllttTIT COUIIT, FlltST CIIl
1 cult of the llunnllau I."lnnl. In the
mutter of the etatc of CI1U SAM, of Kalluu,
Kcna, Hawaii, a bankrupt.
Creditor of the paid bankrupt arc hereby
notllled to come in mid proe their debts be
fore Kin li Jmliri' ol t!ie Circuit Court of the
t'Irt Circuit as shall be rlttlin: at (.lumber,
t Alllohuil Hale, .liidlclary lliilldlm:, in Ho
nolulu, Oalm, on FRIDAY, December SOtli,
19", betntcn the hours of ten o'clock In the
forenoon nnd noon of the said day, nnd elect
one or mure uarlipiccs of the said bankrupt's
Uy tho Court:
Clerk .Ind. I)cpt.
. Honolulu. Dec. 14. lJiO. ITS-
DGI'VIITMLNT of Fiwnce, I
HuMiLrt.f, Die. , lb'J5. f
Under Article SJ, Section 1 of the CunMi
ttitlun, it Is n quired that cneh munl r of the
L'abliRt -lull make nu nnntial icpurt of the
lran!ictiin ttlthlu bin Depirtinint, during
the e.ir ending December :11st.
The Minister of Finance takes thl occasion
to iiiiict nil tho-e lunlni; ckilius iiilul the
Moicrnniciit of a monetary n.it lire, to preent
llicm !o till' niilce, tln-uugh the proper De
partments, not later than I'J o'clock noon on
TUESDAY, January 14tb. IV.ni, alter which
ditethe books of this Department will be
All persons having moneys on nccount of
the (iovernmeut are requested to make
their returns promptly, in order that thcro
may bo no delay in closing tho accounts
tor tho year ending December . list, 1803.
S. SI. DAMON,
Jf73-12t Minister of Finance,
5I?? Euei)iii Bulletii),
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
DEC. 17, 1895.
SETTLING THE LAND.
Nothing that lias nppearocl in
Hie Bulletin for a. long timo is
more gratifying than the reports
of Mr. Hnyd upon his inspection
of tho homesteads on tlio other
islands. It must givo especial
pleusuro to every woll-wishor of
tho Hawaiian rnco to hoar of the
industry and enterprise being ex
hibited by tho nntivo sottlers.
When tho oxample of thoso thrif
ty Hawaiinns becomes contagious,
as there shonld be good hopes
that it will, tlx; dawn of a now ora
ior the ntitnm will appear. Proof
of the success of the homestead
policy of the Government, ex
panded as it has bei'U from former
periods, is to bo found in tho
constantly increasing production
ofcolleo. Tho first direct ship
ment ot this rising staple was
mndo to San Fmncisco from
Hilo a few days ago, and
every steamer from Hilo and
Konn now brings u quota of tho
irngrnnt bony. Along w'th coil'oo
cultivation tbo settlers are making
the toil yield other mnrkotablo
products of excellent quality,
which bid fair to rival tbo pro
ductions of the Chinese market
gnrdonors about Honolulu, as
well as. perhaps, do away with
the neccbsily of importiug many
.refrigerated articles from tho
Coast. An instance of progress
in this lino is tholurge production
of cauliflower recently uotod at
TVaimeu, a portion of which c.imo
to Honolulu and proved to be of a
delicious quality. It is to be
iit.pod that homestead allotments
may yet bo made on this island of
Oahu. Something in this way
might perhaps be done by largo
privato holders of land. By provid
ing irrigo tion whore it'tnuy bo need
ed, and prococdmg on lines simi
lar to thoso of the timo payment
branch of tho public hnmostoad
ing, these landholders would pro
bably do better f r thenselves
Jhan by tho prosent uses to which
llioy put thoir land. Or, thy
might Bell out to tho govornmont,
at a reasonable valuation, and
tuko part payment at loast in
bonds. With tho prospoct of all
parts of this island being placed
in communication with Honolulu
by rail, tho settling of now
wasto or noarly waste lands can
not bo arranged for too early.
From what is seen in tho homo
stead sottlemonts on tho other
islands, thoro is hardly any cry
ing occasion for didcussing tho
introdnotion of small farmers
from abroad. So long as the
children of tho land and foreign
ers nlroudy horo tako up homo
steads with the alacrity that they
huvo dono in tho past, it is hardly
expedient to invito people from
afar to conio , hero and
ongiigo in agricultural in
dustry that to str.mgors must at
best bo an experiment. A na
tural dovolopmout of our agricul
tural rosouices, oulisting all the
population at present avaiablo for
tho purpoEo, would bu far more
satisfactory in tho long run than
h.tving tho land settled by co.ixod
immigration of people to whom
soil, climate and tropical farm
ing are all strange. Talk
about getting n "good" or a "su
perior" element of i-ottlors from
abroad is an uffront to a largo
propottion of tho present native
and foreign population. AVo aro
iu no noed of a bott'-r class of
poople than tho bull: of thoso
who aio cultivating tbo homo
steads already sottltd.
Last mail brought nous of the
death of Count Tunfe, one of tho
ablest of Austria's statesmen. Ho
was of Iri:h stock and d splayed
tl o bo;-t Hibernian characteris
Notwithstanding the talent,
character, and, it may bo superior
learning, of tho young barristors
mentioned for raising to tho
higher bnichos, the Bulletin is
in favor of tho good old practice
of olovuting only lawyorsJ of con
siderable oxporience to judge
ships. Ono of tho most vuluablo insti
tutions of modern civilization
is tho Universal Postal Union.
It is u groat aid to commorco and
goes a long way toward establish
ing the brotherhood of all nations
of men. Ciiina, we aro told, will
shortly bo the only orgauized gov
ornmont in tho world romaining
out of tho' Union. Even China
may bo expected to come in, with
tho awakening of that country
now anticipated us a result of the
With roforenco to the remarks
at the Supremo Court's memorial
session yestorday, especially what
Mr. Hurtwell said, a statement
made by tho late Justices Bicker
ton himself, in the hoaring of the
writor, is an interesting reminis
cence Ho said that when ho had
a caso under consideration, in
which tho facts as given iu evi
dence were somewhat complicated,
it was his habit, when ho lay
down to rest, to nrray tho crucial
points systematically iu his mind.
The stillness of tho night and tho
absenco of all extraneous dis
tractions, thon, induced a culm
reflection that usually resulted in
as clear a viow of tho right and
wrong of a caso as tho ovidenco
Strrct Improvement Couteinplnled
Slow Work on n llond.
Theso itoms from tho Hilo Tri
buno woro crowdodout yostorday:
Bishop Gnlstan, of Honolulu,
will visit Hilo in January noxt.
Ho will open nnd dedionto tho
now rburchoH at Kalaoa and Olaa
to public service
Tho monumont lately arrived
per Lurlino for tho gravo of
Father Charlos Fouzot is in its
plnco. It is a very noat speci
men of Boulptnro nnd ono of tho
nicost in Hawaii.
Tho widening of Hilo stroots is
contemplated, and work to that
effoct is expected to begin soon.
Savoral extensions and now stroots
to bo opened aro undor considera
tion. At tho rate tho present Hilo
Hnmiikuii road is botng built it
will tako it dozt'n years to rido in
n vehicle from Hilo to Hamakua.
Tbo coming gon?ration stand a
chance of doing so.
It is worthy of noto that Ibo
Kinati on her last trip up brought
a largo quantity of cauliflower
from Waimoa that was raised
thoro. A shipment of three bar.
rols was made ti Honolulu on tho
The qnory is: Why tho school
at I'epenkro, that has an nttend
anco of over CO scholars, can only
nave ono teacnor while tliore is
another Government school in
Hilo which has an attendance of
only 20 which has two teachers,
oaoli drawing larger salaries than
tho teacher at I'cpeokeo?
H. L. ffolstoin, of Kohila, and
lion. Alexander Young, of Hono
lulu, aro now candidates in tho
field for Senatorial honors to fill
tho place of Hon. Chas. Notlov,
Sr.. of Hamakua, rosignod. If
there are to bo othor candidates
the time is now noar nn end in
which thoir nominations must bo
I'.Mutc orPoomalltclnnl Varlonn A p.
Bon, by his attornoy, Goo. A.
Davis, appeals to the Supremo
Court, on points of law, from his
conviction in tho District Court
for using bid language.
Quoen Dowager Kapiolnni, ex
ecutrix of tho estato of Princess
Poomaikolani, has filed an iuYon
tory showing the value of the
osttito to bo $20,01:1 18.
Proceedings in bankruptcy huvo
been brought by Uyman BrJs.
against J. M. Medoiros of Taau
Allen Hutchinson has perfected
his appeal from a judgment
ugainst him in the District Court,
in favor of W. O. King for a claim
of $200 as x roward for getting
him tho contrttot to make thu Ki
A petition for a writ of error in
the caso of D. J. h. Muttos vs.
W. L. Wilcox, District Magis
trate, and J. J. Carvalho was
argued and Biibmittod beforo the
Supromo Court today. Davis for
plaintiiT; Edings for defendant.
The Next "Time."
Owing to unavoidable delay in
tho work on tho paper tho uppoar
anco of tho Womau's Edition of
The Timo will bo necessarily post
poned a duy or two. Announce
ment of its issuo will be mado
later. This delay gives further
opportunity for orders to bo sent
in. Remember that every papor
you buy helps tho Kindergarten.
Buy it lot, thon, and send them to
your sisters, your nunta and your
cousins. Let thorn know that tho
womon in little Huwaii aro not so
far behind their sisters on tho
groat continent aftor all.
Pursor Beckloy says A. Young
is tho man for Senator. ''Ho'b
tho only man talkod about."
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST.
Cooked Tlolled Oats
Tho original brand.
DitVuicnt from nail better tluui nay other liriuxl,
fJS" 1'orHulo by nil Lculin (Iroccan.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
B. F. AGENTS.
A FEW ARTICLES SUITA
BLE FOR CHRISTMAS
In the first place we want it
distinctly understood that we
are " right in it with the best
of them " in a general assort
ment of holiday goods, and in
special lines that we lead as
usual. By the last Australia
we received a fine line of
goods especially adapted for
the holiday trade, selected to
suit the requirements of Hono
lulu people. Atost of these
goods will be found to be both
useful and ornamental and
their prices are more than rea
sonable considering the high
quality of the articles. These
goods are now displayed on
our shelves and in our windows
and showcases, and it costs
you nothing to examine them.
We will enumerate a few of
the useful articles suitable for
A fine assortment of BEAU
TIFUL ALUMINUM WARE,
handsomely engraved, com
prising hair brushes, mirrors,
cloth brushes, jewelry cases,
toilet table requisites, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
A full line of SOLID SILVER
WARE, among which may be
mentioned tilting water pitch
ers beautifully engraved and
ornamented, pretty pocket
flasks in new designs, superb
jewel cases, tea sets, milk
pitchers, sugar bowls, knives
and forks, toast racks and a
thousand and one other useful
articles in this useful and al
ways fashionable metal.
An elegant line of cut-glass
goods at prices so reasonable
that no one need use common
glass-ware any longer.
In plated wares we have re
ceived a big addition to our
already large stock in this line,
consisting of new designs in
tea sets, goblets, water pitch
ers, ice bowls, finger bowls
and such like.
Our variety of lamps and
lamp shades is simply bewild
ering. Come and see them
and we shall be sure to suit
you if you are looking for
something in that line.
Those elegant onyx tables
we have imported are a little
ahead of anything of the kind
ever seen here and they are not
so expensive as they look to
If you want to buy your boy
or girl a bicycle for Christmas,
we have a number on hand
which will suit any boy or
girl in Honolulu without tak
ing every dollar the parents
decided to spend on Christ
mas. Call and examine the many
beautiful, useful and econo
mical goods we have on hand
suitable for presents. You
will be sure to see something
that will strike your fancy.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
J. J. Cameron.
SPECIAL 1I0TIC2 1
lu order to mike now preparation for our
mounter new programme, tbere will be
No -:- Performance -:- Tonight,
WILL HE IIIVCN",
INTRODUCING THE HEW PROGRAMME.
To tlio nfternoon performiince,'lio mnnnce
meat, to enconrngo tho nttomluuce of child
ren, huvo decided to rcditco tho p:Ico ot
nilmission tn follows:
Gallery 10 cents, chairs S.T coutn.
lteniembcr nu perforiminro tonight.
1'or particulars of new programme, read
Fort Street, Opposito Club
Stables. Tol. 355.
W. S. LUCE, Auctioneer.
Wednesday, Dec. 18, 1895,
At 10 o'olook A. si.,
I am instructed by Messrs II W Schmidt Jfc
Sous to sell nt their plnco of busi
ness, Kort street, on
Wednesday, Dec 18, 1895,
At 10 o'clock A. m.,
A full nsortmcutof Japaueso ware,
such as tea sets, silk handkerchiefs,
vases, ornaments, lacquer ware,
oti., also rugs, parasols, braokets,
lace curtains, Hugs, albums, accor
dions, statuary, shawls, opora
glasses, spy glasses, etc., cto.
Tho Japanese goods being a consignment
must bo sold regardless of cost. Goods
now on inspection.
Seats for ladies whose attention is partic
ularly called to this sale.
HEAD OP BEEF CATTLE
sale in lots to suit.
Kahuku, Kau, Hawaii
fc If, F 1 cTnfifliK;
I 1 BUYS HIS'
J m fl Lr STOCK OF
"j JZH JR E S EHTS
Madia :. Schools.
Literary Exercises will bo held fn the Gym
nasium (at tho Manual) at 2 p. m. in
which all tbrco schools participate.
On tho Campus at 3:30.
t-"J Tho public is cordially invited to bo
AM. PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
firm of the late J. T. Watcrlioiisc, for no
counts on lug previous to .March 1, 1SU5, aru
notified to fettle tame before January I, ISMl,
at the ollltc of J. T. WaterIioine, Queen St.
AN ;'E-t WESTMAYF.K" llEKLrN UP
11 right Piano In excellent condition will be
JJMd cheap. Address, X,
,33-,f Bulletin OIllcc.
OTOllETOLET.KING STltEET NEAR
O Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Stable Room To Let.
CINE STABLE ItOOH TO LET FROM
I Ho 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
CINE LACK HORSE, PERFECTLY
I sound. Apply to
ED. a. WILLIAMS.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI. IS TO
Let, furnished, together w Ith a beach lot.
COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS PARTLY FUR
nisbed, suitablo for n doctor's office, or
light house keeping. Inijuiro of
lc8- 27 Alakca St.
COTTAGE TO LET.
M NEWLY PAINTED, COTTAGE CON
talus parlor, two bed rooms, dining
rocm, Kitchen, pantry and bathroom,
tnqulro L. ADLElt, 13 Nuuanu street.
A MAN WHO CAN TREAD UNEXPECT
edly tipon'a piece of coral rock, while batli
Ingat iValklkl, and not caso up or make any
prolane remarks, must also bo able to knock
u mosquito oir his itoso without hitting that
organ, be will be required to examine a bicy
cle track and tell wfileh way the wheel was
traveling; call on Brown fc Kubcy and look
on their new stock Just received jier last
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