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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 29, 1096.
Sale of Lcaso of Government Lots on
the Esplanade, Honolulu, Oahu.
On Wednesday, February 20, 18U, at 12
o'clock noon nt Uic front entrance of the
Executive llulldlu' will be sold nt Public
Auction the lcac of tlio following Govern
rncnt lots, situate on tlio Esplanade, ilono
Lot No 30. Upot prlie: S5C0.00 per annum.
Lot No 37. Upset price: 500.0 ) per milium.
Lot No S3, t'psct price:-$300 00 per annum.
Lot NoW. Upset price: S300.0J per annum.
Terms: I.oase for ten j ears, rent pajable
quarterly In advance.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olilce. .Tun 25, IV.x). 21T-3t.
ol? Everii) Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
JAN. 29, 189G.
So fnr ns tho Govornmont ns
yot sees things, tho two houses of
tho Legislature will bo nccontmo
dntcil at tho rogulnr session ns
they wore nt tho special. Although
tho Ministers recognize that tho
public got n poor show to boo tho
Sonnto in session, owing to its
crnmpeil assembly room in tlio
Foreign Department, yot they fonr
that the inconvenionco oE having
tho houses sit in separnte build
ings, with n wido spneo between,
would bo too formidable to ex
perience. While tho old legisla
tive hall in tho Judiciary building
is a spacious placo, and a shift
might bo made to get tho larger
coartioom upstair for ono of tho
branches, that building is so ro
moto from tho executive depart
ments that its occupancy by
either the Senate or Houso of
Representatives or both would
also bo highly inconveni
on t. ' Yet there aro some
O who think- -that f better
shift than tho present ought to bo
fessiblo, when in old times tho
Legislative, Executive and Judi
cial divisions of tho Govornmont
all found accommodation in Alii
olaui Hale, tho present Judiciary
buildiug.ovon before tho Kapuaiwa
building wns erected with its ac
commodation for tho Government
Survey, tho Public "Works, Roads
and Bridges and Wator "Works
bureaus. The Legislature ought
to consider tlio question of its
own batter accommodation, ns
modern representative institutions
contemplate tho assembling of
legislative bodies with a reason
able degree of publicity. Besides,
members of one body would find
it interesting and profitable to oc
casionally lake a look in upon tho
deliberations of the other body.
"While tho sturdy good qualities
of tho Boers is universally recog
nized, there is no doubt that
tho rulers of that people
have ' given great cause of
grievance to tho foreigners who
are loe1T5pfrrg..,the(-!3ources of
tlio country, ns welf ns paying tho
greator parts of its public oxponses.
Tho Boers in other parts of South
Africa have recognized tho super
ior fitness of the foreigners for
conducting public affairs, allowing
thorn first plnce in thnt regard
oven when being in n minority.
JL "?,VJh SPrC'AU FOP BRANDS Jfl
Whoroas tho Boers of tho
Transvaal havo not only shut
tho foreigners out of nil part in
tho direction of national affairs,
but havo opposed thoir counsols
for reforms nnd as a special in
stauco, Btubboruly obstructed tho
educational progress necessary to
mako tho country equal to its
neighbors in intelligence and in
dustry. Thoso nro facts attested by
a host of witnesses, ono of whom
is an American lady a mission
ary who arrived in Boston latoly
from tho Transvaal. Although
tho foreign residents of Johannes
burg, oven tho British, aro said
to havo had British annoxation
farther than anything from their
thoughts, and been averse
to violent measures, yet it
was only a matter of time whon
the griotnnco of "taxation without
representation, " tho identical
cause of tho American Revolution,
would havo borne fruit in public
disturbance Out of tho misguid
ed action of tho valorous Dr.
Jameson, bolated common senso
in some measure camo to tho Boer
rulers, ns it is stated that Presi
dent Kruoger's shrewdness in out
witting tho filibusters consisted in
hisanakiug concessions to the ag
grieved foreigners. Thereby ho
kept them quiet while his brave
people went out and did up tho
In tho report of an opium seiz
ure in ye&tordny's pnpor it wns
snid that ono of the stewards of
tho Australia was arrested. Tho
reporter's informant was in error.
There aro only threo stewards on
tho steamer tho chief, tho second
and tho stoerngo stownrds and
neither of these is implicated in
any opium deal. Tho person ar
rested hold tho position of assist
ant messman on tho Australia.
Tho annoyanco naturally caused
to tho stewards by tho stntomont
in question is much regretted by
-It does )ot look .well to see n
pnpor that has always professed
to be tho leading supporter of tho
Govornmont assuming a strong
partisan attitude with regard to a
ponding diplomatic question be
tween the United States Min
ister and this Govornmont. The
Government is placed in a peculiar
position by such conduct of ono
of its reputed organs'. If it is
right in tho controversy with the
Ministor, its claim to bo so is not
strengthened by a nowspapor at
tack on that gentleman. According
to information tho Bulletin has
had in possession, tho Min
istor ha3 roforred to his own
Government the question in
dispute, which is whether foreign
representatives horo should recog
nize tho holiday proclaimed by
this Government in commemora
tion of tho Provisional Govern
ment's natal day, Avhon their gov
ernments had novor recognized
tho Provisional Govornmont. 'The
question having boen thus sub
mitted to tho Government of tho
United States, until n decision is
given by that Government it is
Hcarcoly mature enough for public
discussion hero. Hawaii's rela
tions with tho United States nro
so intimntoly connected with the
prosperity of this country, that
any cause of offense to tho Gov
ernment of our groat neighbor
ought to bo sedulously avoided.
M. Floquot, an eminent French
statesman, is dead, aged G7.
SUPERIOR1TY OF THE
The Scientific American,
which everyone acknowledges
as the leadinir scientific paper
in tne united states, devotes
nearly a page of its issue of
January 4th to the considera
tion of bicycles. It selected
the Tribune as the highest
type of the best American
wheel made today. It says:
"Within the past three years,
the American bicycle industry
has grown up to dimensions
whicli fairly entitle it to be
considered representative of the
country and of the day. Every
day sees hundreds of wheels
of high and low grade made in
the factories of this country for
the American and foreign mar
ket. Three years ago the
English bicycle was consider
ed by many the best wheel,
and the possessor of such was
apt to consider himself better
equipped than his friend who
rode one of American manu
facture. Now, all is changed.
A visitor to England or to the
Continent, 'if a cycling enthu
siast, cannot fail to be impress
. i i , " t . . '
ed by the superiority of Amer
ican wheels as contrasted with
the foreign ones, and no wheel
man really au fait in his sub
ject would dream of buying
his wheel abroad, so superior
is the American make. The
industry has brought about an
enormous development in the
manufacture of special tools
and of parts of bicycles.
Many assumed bicycle man
ufacturers simply buy these
parts and do their own as
sembling. But for the produc
tion of the absolutely high
grade American bicycle, a
factory is required which will
turn out practically all the
parts of the wheel manufac-.
tured, for unless such is done
one concern cannot be answer
able for the perfection of the
t We select as the representa
tive of such a factory the works
of the Black Manufacturing
Company, of Erie, Pa., a com
pany which produce the high
est grade of wheel and which
put it on the market purely on
its merits without the adventi
tious advertisement of paid
riders. The wheel made bv
this company, the "Tribune
Bicycle," embodies the best
possible practice and is corres
pondingly free from structural
variations of unproved merit."
Such praise from such a
high source should satisfy any
one of the superior merits of
the Tribune wheels.
We have them in all varieties
of the 1896 patterns,, in Tan
dems, Racers, Ladies or gents'
wheels, and shall be happy to
show the 1896 improvements
to intending purchasers.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposito Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
nt Papaiknu, Hilo,
Tuesday, February 4, '96,
The Country Store
belonging to tlio cstato of Otmild 1c Co.
The Btoro Hulldlng, Lease, Storo Flx
tntcs, Shelving, Counters, Snfo, Showcases,
A Cottngo, Storehouse, Stable, Out
Tho dwelling house (nearly now) tin 1
Horses, Mules, Cints.
Tho Slock of Merchandise, romprlsiw; i
largo assortment of Dry Goods, Grocentu,
Hardware, etc. Also liook Accounts and
other outstanding claims.
Allot the abou will ii)ofloitil Hopniuteiy
at Public Auction ns nbeno stated at Papal
This will afford a fitio opportunity to so
cure one of tho best business sites on Ha
waii. A bonus of 5100(1 was paid two jenro
ago for tho uood will of this business onlv.
Tor furthur partieulnm npply to 1". M.
Uludt, on the pitumes: Or to
11. W. SO -MID r,
Assignee of tho Estate of Otsulct A Co.
COFFBtl ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to cell at I'ubllc Am lion on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day at my tales
rooms on Queen stttet, In Honolulu (unless
sooner disposed of at prhatc sale) the follow
ing described property, natncl) :
A tract of land of about S!,8liO acres In feo
simple situate at Kolo and Olclomoina 1 In
South Kuni, Island of Hawaii, about tight
miles b a good road from Ilnokciia, tine of
the largest lllngcs in Kopa 1 litre Is nil ox
icllent landing on the land Itself Irnm where
the tolRcutid overproduce could lie shipped
ml a good site for a mill ne.tr the limllng.
Fifty acres of hud arc In coltct. Itoughl) es
tlmutul there Is about sei n hundred aires of
splendid coirce land 1 lug all on one block on
both sides of the (loMTiimuit Komi. Light
hundred acres h!ngaboc and to the Last of
tin' bcm.1i hundred nciis abou mentioned Is
also excellent land and nllliouu'li at a higher
altitude Is no Uouht also well adapted for
coffee culture. The lower land below the
coffeo belt Is suitable forptncapplcs and sisal.
There is a drjlng house, storo and work
rooms, a Gordon's I'ulper, laborers' quarters
and water tanks at tho plantation, and the
land Is partly walled. There has iiccrbecn
any blight on this l.ind, although coffee was
planted a great manvjearsago Old residents
of Kona like the lato I). 11. Xalilnu, J. W.
Kualmokuandotheis lme testltled to this
fact. There Is a sea fishery appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of the purchase price
can remain on mortgage at elulit pej cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps nt the epinsc of
A map of tho property can be seen and fur
ther paitlculars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MOKGAN,
TWO GREAT WORKS
THE FOr.MEIt ACCEPTED AS THE
By tho leading Colleges and most no fed States
men and Wrltcts
Of the World.
The latter as the
History o America
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to tho labor of its editors."
I'rof. Snvro of Oxford UnliorHlty snys :
"It will desano ull of the encomia pushed
I'rof. AVhoelur r'iil iiyn j
"Clear, coueibO, accurate, comprchcc
sivo." The Historical Novels.
By Profoaaor John R. Mualolc
Wm. McICInley, Guvnrnoi- nfOliln, snys:
"Ono of tho most beautiful productions
of tho American press I havo ever seen."
Levi I. Morton, Governor of New Yurie.
says I '
"They possess universal Interest, and
tell tho story of the now world In a uniquo,
pleasant and instructive manner."
X. J. Hinltli, I'rcs. I. O. O. 1'. Library
AHxooliitlon, Hiiys :
"Sly judginont is that in tho harmonious
blondmg of a thrilling romauco with tho
most important facts in tho history of our
country, they aro without a paral'el."
, R FOSS,
Honolulu. H, I,
G09 King street,
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
iuisn nr. v. i,r:nnti:it.
Omen: Hawaiian Abstract nnd Titlo
Compauy, corner Port and
200-tf Morchant Sts.
SALE OF VALUABLE TARO LANDS
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPIT
ALISTS. In pnrsuanco of an Order made by tho
Hon. W. A Whiting, First Jtldgo of tho Cir
cuit Court for tho Tlrst Circuit, lu ft cause
eiititlcd Wong Wa Foy ct al. vs. ICaill Ka
ki et al., duly filed in said Court, on tho
lth day of December, 1805, tho undersign
ed will offer for salo at public auction, at
mauka entrance to tho Judio'nry Building,
Friday, January 31, 1896,
At V2 o'clock noon,
All of Iho undermentioned and described
lauds, situsteiu tho Island of Oihu, belong
ing to the eshtoof tho lato THULO Ivakoi,
deceased intestate An tho widow's loer
in said estato is to bo nwatded to her in
money, this snlo wl 1 therefore include her
interest in all tho lands to be r.old.
List of tho Lands.
Ono lionwlot with dwclliup thcroon in
Kaptiukolo, Honolulu, being It 1' rG'JS of Ij
C A C43 to Ivinopu, containing -10-1000 of
an acre, raoro or less.
Also one pieot of land adjoining Uio above
being It I' 7332 of L O AGO to Napalii, con.
tatniug 7W-1UUO ot an aero more or loss. En
trance to tho hnttio is by mi alley way load
ing from niskiii bido of King street, below
Maunakea street, to Quean street extension.
Tho following deeds cover said property:
M From J. Kaono, July C, 1800. liber
1.1, p. 82.
2 1'iom Keananakahi et al.. Dtc. 18,
1871, Liber Sit. p. 410
j.'t Trout Kalatnii ot al , April 20, 187',
Liber US, p. 220.
1 riouiKeonipulu, Nov. 8, 187"), Liber
43, p. 173.
Two pieces of land in Maliininlatnn.Kni
Ilia, Koohuipoko, being R. P. r131 of L. O.
A. fiViO to tuikoi, containing 1.28 acres
AUo two pieces of land in said Malamn'a
ma, being It. T. 0002 of h. C. A. 2007 to
Wana, containing 1.20 acres more or less.
Theso four pieces are leased for fivo yeais
from January 1, 1891, at 40 per annum.
One pteco of land in Monnnlnn, being 17.
P. 351 of L O A 1217 to I'nhiki, containing
35-100 of an acio tnoro or less.
One piece of land ou Liliha street near
lmds of Gaspnr Syiva of Wuinlna and
Jonathan Shaw of Honolulu, being H P
10S0 of L O A 1 123 to Honu, containing 01.
100 of nn ncro mine or less.
Also two pieces of lands nd joining tho
above, being It 1 4 107 of L O A 1727 to Ku
pau, containing 5-13 fathoms moro or less.
Thoso threo pieces were loosed by tho ad
ministratrix of tbo estate for 10 years from
January 1, 1895, at $120 per annum. Two
of tho heirs havo joined In said leaso, and as
to tho remaining thrco-flflhs, the binding
effect of tho leaso is questioned.
Ono pieco of land in Kaaipu, Mauoo, be
ing a portion of UP 4470 of LOA 11029
(Sec. 1, Part 3) to J. Btevenson. containing
2.01G aeres moro or less. Leased to Maria
Apal for 10 years from January 1, 18S8, at
$50 per unnum.
One piece of land In Kalollkl, Manoa, bcinc
RPGrantGSOtoH Haallllo, containing 2.1U
aeres more or less.
Also ono pleco of land In said Kalollkl,
Manoa, being H P Grant 41 to .Make, con
tnlnlng 2.70 acres more or less.
AUo one piece of land In said Kalollkl, Ma
noa, being It 1' Grant 42 to Hannah Hoopor,
containing 8.19 acres more or less. Of these
lands two leases were mado hy deceased
con-ring th kula portions only. One Is for
10 yiurs from January 0, 1891, at ?0n per an
num and the otlur Is forO jears from June
20, ibOl, at $15 per annum.
Of the remainder of said hnds tno-fifths
(undivided) were leased by the heirs for 10
j cars lrom January 1, 18'J5. at ISO per annum,
whilo tkrcc-lirths remain und'sposcd of hy
them, although tlio administratrix has made a
lease purporting to convey the samo for 10
yeais from Januarv 1, 1891, at WOO per an
num. Total annual rental of the Kalollkl
lands U SHI, prnUdcd the last mentioned
lcaso Is aecjpfed, validity of which being
One plce of land In I.tialaci, Manoa, being
It l' Giant 254 to Amaina, containing 7.8J
acres more or lew.
Two pleeisof land In Kaholwal, Manoa,
being It V 0150 of LCA4005to Hakuti. con
taining 1.28 acres, more or less.
The undivided one-third intetcst of Fckclo
Kakol, diecasid, In that certain piece of land
situate In Koloalu, Alauoa, being It I Grant
19 to Makulu, containing 4.50 acres moro or
This sale oners a good opportunity to In
vestors and adjoining owners of property.
1 here arc suitable locations for homesteads
In the valley of Mauoa which Is noted for Its
cool breeze and healthy climate.
RP Terms of salo aro cash pa) able In U. 8.
gold coin, and deeds at tho expense of pur
chasers. 8alo to bo subject to confirmation by the
For further parllcttlars enquire of the un
dersigned at his oflleo In the Judiciary lluild
lug. T '
Jan 27. I roan horse, branded S3 on rlr-lit.
hind lig, small whltu spot on the right side of
ma oacK, mane cupped.
Any persons owning tho above-mentioned
animals Is hereby notified to present his
claims within the time specified by law, fall
ing which, It will bo sold at public auction
at tho Government pound at Maklkl, on Sat
urday the 8th day bf February, 1890, at 12
Notice To Delinquent Tax Payers.
Tax Payers or tho Island of Oahu aro hereby
notified that, In accordance with Bcctlon CI,
Chapter 01 of the Session Laws of 1893, alt
Taxes remaining unpaid on tho 31st day of
January, will bo published together w 1th a
list of all Delinquent Tax-payers as soon after
the above data as practicable.
2 13-0 1. Assessor 1st Division.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
KOU THE ABOVE POUT ON
Saturday, February 1st,
AT 4 O'CLOCK r. m.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared to
issno Through Tickets from this Citv to nil
points in tho United States
$,tf i'or lurtnor particulars regardin
Freight or Passngo, npply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Go., Vd,
i General Agents.
PEIl S. S. AUSTBALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
A Fine supply of Fresh Salmon
S. S. Warrimoo.
Metopoliu&n BJeai do.
O. E. & L. Co. Trains leave
Depot at 7 p. jl, sharp.
RETUEN AT MIDNIGHT
Single Tickets, $1.50
Lady and Gent,. . . .$2.00
TICKETS FOR SALE AT
nonnoN DKUG CO.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
HOLLISTEK DRUG. CO.
Tho above prices inoludes E. It.
Fare, Dan6inp; and Refreshments.
J. W. CHAPMAN, tho famous
cifttiror, will have ohargo of tho
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, 18 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
Mechanics' Homo, comer Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
slay, week or month. Torms: 25
and 60 cents por niRht $1, nnd
51.25 por week.
1 Mi f3lr K